Mar 16, 2021 | Shannon Drumm | 1325 views
Pre-registration still required for all spectators at Jack Burger and CCC
SPECTATOR UPDATE - Spectators for minor hockey parents continue to be permitted.
Space is limited to 50 persons spectating at each facility.Jack Burger Sports Complex - Pre-reservations for all persons are required and must be completed in advance for each person attending. Reservations can be made over the phone at 905-885-2474 during regular customer service hours or reserve online up to 24 hours in advance. Online Reservations are now open for all NMHA time slots to the end of the season so you can book everything you need till March 31/21
Due to Customer Service schedules, staff are not always available by phone immediately prior to an ice time, therefore it is recommended that you complete your reservation at least 24 hours in advance.
CCC - Pre-registration for all persons attending a scheduled ice times is also still required. To book a preferred time, please visit the online reservation page.
The Ontario COVID-19 response framework indicates that “in the Yellow Zone and the Orange Zone, no member of the public may enter the facility unless they have made a reservation to do so.”
The requirement for pre-reservation is a legislated requirement and supported by Municipal procedures to account for these requirements, as well as by the local Health Unit.
Patrons who arrive and do not have a valid reservation will not be permitted to enter the facility. COVID protocols remain in place for permitted spectators.
Please stay in the designated seating area, remain seated in that area for the duration of the timeslot, and promptly exit the facility at the end of the sports activity. Wandering and congregating in the facility at any time is not permitted. Active screening will continue to take place, meaning staff will complete COVID-19 screening for all patrons with reservations when they check in.