On April 27, Mayor John Cooper and the Metro Board of Health announced that beginning May 14, Nashville and Davidson County will be loosening or removing all restrictions on businesses.
As we have been proven to do over the last year and a half, we've taken in the changes, deliberated with our entire organization and worked to come up with a plan on the changes we will make in both of our facilities. Please see below for changes that are now in effect:
Facial Coverings are still required for all guests and participants inside of Ford Ice Centers
Athletes and guests may arrive one hour prior to their scheduled event.
The four-guest limit for athletes and participants has been removed.
Waivers are no longer required for non-participants, but guests must continue to fill out the health screening questionnaire at https://ba-checkin.com. Completion of this form is required each day guests visit the Ford Ice Centers.
Locker rooms will be fully open for programming and will be assigned on a per-event basis.
You can now use the locker rooms to get dressed prior to your event.
Chairs will remain available in the lobby areas if you are not comfortable using the locker rooms.
Facial coverings must be worn in locker rooms at all times.
Food and beverage can be consumed in seating areas, in the main lobby area of Ford Ice Center Antioch or in Draft Picks on the second floor of Ford Ice Center Bellevue.
Draft Picks will be fully open, with full bar seating available.
Pre-registration is still required for all programs.
Partcipants must continue to check in at the front desk prior to arrival.
Facial coverings must be worn at all times when in the building, except for when actively eating or drinking or when on the ice for hockey programs.
Coaches must still wear masks on the ice and benches.
Thank you for doing your part and abiding by these policies and by getting vaccinated. As we continue to see cases drop in our area, we will look to remove additional COVID-related policies when appropriate.