March 13, 2020
At Lynnwood Ice Center, the safety of our customers and employees is always foremost in our minds. As we all continue to feel the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization and local governments. Lynnwood Ice Center is mandating the following to create social distancing for all skaters, hockey players and arena staff.
We will be constantly monitoring the situation and may make changes to this policy at any time, so please check our website for any updates.
WISA General Manager
What better place is there to hone your ice skating skills than the Lynwood Ice Center? Whether you are looking to train with former international and Olympic level skaters or just want to spend a day on the ice with your kids, our ice skating rink offers it all. We have been providing ice skating lessons, public sessions and hockey leagues for over three decades. Lynnwood Ice Center is a nonprofit ice skating rink supported by a highly talented and friendly staff. We are also members of USA Hockey, US Figure Skating Learn to Skate USA and the US Ice Rink Association.
We have regular stick and puck hockey sessions, skate classes for all ages and even theater on ice! Our Lynnwood ice center is the Northwest’s premier public skating facility, offering a safe, fun and unique place for you to enjoy your ice skating experience. Utilizing some of the latest features, such as our surround sound system, we make sure you have a memorable time at our ice rink. We also have private birthday party rooms, hockey skate rentals, figure skating rentals and a pro-shop for all your ice skating or hockey gear. When you need a break from the ice, you can relax in our warm, comfortable lobby or grab a delicious treat from our snack bar. We can accommodate both large and small group events at our Lynnwood ice skating rink, offering special group rates that will save you money.
WISA is continually monitoring the evolving situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on our region. We are aware that some schools are taking actions as they respond to situations at their particular locations. At this time all Washington Ice Skating Association figure sessions, LTS, practices and games are going on as scheduled. We continue to closely monitor the guidance
from the King County Public Health Department and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
In the meantime, here are some guidelines from the CDC for you to follow:
If You’re Sick or Someone You Live With is Sick
For more information on mitigating your risk, please visit the CDC website.