SPECTATOR

POLICY:

 

ice

court

turf

 

The Sport Stable is now permitting LIMITED spectators in compliance with the Boulder County Health Department. Not following these requirements could result in violations. At any time, this policy can change by the direction of Boulder County Health & The Sport Stable Management.

Hockey games – Sport Stable Main entrance for all spectators:

Home and Away Team managers/representatives will be responsible for all spectators. Spectators can arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before the game time and stay in their assigned area.

  • The Team Manager/representative will be stationed at the table inside the front doors of the main entrance. Team Manager/Representative will check-in spectators and when all have checked in they will provide the list to the front desk.

  • Spectators are defined: Team Manager/Representative, Videographers, Parent or Chaperone, Team Trainer, children, all ages.

East/West Rink Spectators:  Games are limited to 40 spectators total, 20 home spectators, and 20 away spectators in cohort seating. Cohorts are defined as 4 individuals, all ages in one area, socially distant from the next cohort. If you have a spectator that prefers NOT to be seated in a cohort, they will count in the area as 4. We cannot exceed 40 total in each of the rinks regardless of your role.

  • All spectators will be asked to exit through the west rink exit.

  • Scorekeepers, coaches, referees are not counted in the overall count and must remain on the main level of the arena (ice area).

TURF: NO SPECTATORS

COURTS:

The Sport Stable is now permitting LIMITED spectators in compliance with the Boulder County Health Department. Not following these requirements could result in violations. At any time, this policy can change by the direction of Boulder County Health & The Sport Stable Management.

Basketball games – Sport Stable north entrance SPECTATOR CHECK-IN. (parking garage)

Teams will be allowed 1 spectator per player up to a max of 20. This is defined as: Spectators, players, and coaches, videographers.

The fieldhouse maximum is 100 with social distancing applied.*

Impact gym maximum is 64 with social distancing applied.*
*Spectator permission will be monitored through team managers and/or Tournament Director or League.

 

No seating is available. All spectators are asked to bring their own chair and leave with their own chair and set up seating in the marked

socially distant seating areas.

 

Teams on the RoughRiders Courts/Turf Area will enter through the north entrance (near the parking garage and medical building).

 

Teams can begin to line up outside the area 15 minutes before their game.

Team Managers or Event Coordinator will be responsible for the control of spectators.

No mezzanine viewing currently.

SPORT STABLE GENERAL COVID-19 GUIDELINES

PLEASE NOTE: Restaurant access can only be through the outside restaurant entrance of the building due to the COVID-19 restaurant guest limits.

The Sport Stable front desk is NOT responsible for spectator permission.

The Sport Stable is following the State of Colorado and the Boulder County Health Guidelines. Per the Colorado State Order, a mask must always be worn while in the facility and all social distancing rules apply.

 

The South entrance of the Sport Stable is closed. No showers are available in the facility.

 

For more information, please see our COVID-19 guidelines on the Sport Stable website: www.SportStable.club

COVID GUIDELINES

ALL ENTERING/EXITING THE BUILDING MUST WEAR MASKS

To view all of the recommendations and information for COVID-19, please visit the Boulder County Health website.

GENERAL UPDATES

State of Colorado Face Covering Order: Executive Order D 2020 138 is a mandatory statewide mask order that goes into effect at midnight on July 16, 2020, and will be in effect for 30 days. It may be extended.  More information: https://covid19.colorado.gov/mask-guidance.  A few common questions within Boulder County include:

 

BCPH Face Covering Order: Boulder County Public Health updated its Facial Covering Order to align with state order.  The changes to the Order include:

  • All requirements and exceptions outlined in the state face-covering order.

  • All face-covering requirements now apply to all individuals over age 10, aligning with the state.

  • All individuals older than ten years old must wear a face-covering in public indoor spaces in Boulder County at all times.

  • When outdoors, all individuals older than ten years of age must wear a face covering if social distancing of six feet cannot be maintained.

  • Clarifying that mesh, netting, or similar porous material does not meet the requirements or definition of a face covering.

 

Alcohol Sales: The Governor released an update to the Executive Order requiring a cease in alcohol beverage sales to end consumers at 10:00 p.m. MDT each day. Rather than applying to all who are licensed to sell alcohol, the Executive Order has been amended to apply to only those who are licensed to sell alcohol for on-premises consumption. Alcohol may still be delivered and grocery and liquor stores may continue alcohol sales after 10:00 p.m. The last call for sales for on-premise alcohol consumption or takeout alcohol orders is at 10:00 p.m.

 

Protect Our Neighbors: Boulder County Public Health has created a new website to track the county’s progress toward meeting the criteria required to move to Protect Our Neighbors.  Track the information here - https://www.bouldercounty.org/families/disease/covid-19/state-protect-our-neighbors-status/

 

Feedback to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: To provide general feedback/concerns to the state, please visit the following site - https://covid19.colorado.gov/CovidConcerns

OUTBREAK RESOURCES

 

COVID-19 TRACKING DATA

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

 

For further questions, please use the following information.

COVID-19 Call Center

720-776-0822 

COVIDbiz@bouldercounty.org

Monday – Friday

9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

www.boco.org/covid-19

All Players will enter through the main Sport Stable entrance for each ice session with a mask on and remain socially distant during check-in.
Players should not arrive more than 15 minutes prior to each of their ice sessions.

 Players will check-in at the front desk of the Sport Stable and complete the following:
All participants will have their temperature taken each time they enter.  Anyone with a reading higher than 100.4 will not be permitted and asked to leave the facility.


All players should bring their own water bottles.  Please label the water bottle with the player's name.
Locker room showers will not be available for use.
Players need to change and depart the building immediately after their sessions.  Players will exit from the West rink, west exit.

 

The Sport Stable is adhering to the Colorado State Mask Order*. Please always wear a mask while in all areas of the facility. https://drive.google.com/file/d/13S9bLuKZbMVmHPucQnekVyOY2k6gYRa9/view
 COVID19 symptom and temperature checks will be done for all players and coaches.
Utilizing both rinks and staggering start/stop times to reduce numbers in the building and increase time for thorough sanitizing.
Using 12-16 designated locker rooms to allow for 6’ social distancing.
Locker Rooms and common areas will be sanitized between usage.
If you forget/do not have a mask, a new one will be provided to you by the Sport Stable front desk staff.
 At this time, the south entrance of the Sport Stable is closed. The south parking lot is open for overflow parking as players are asked to enter through the main entrance.
 First aid items can be found at the front desk.
 Entrance point: Main Sport Stable  - Exit point: West rink, west door.


Facility Cleaning: 
The Sport Stable will be following the cleaning guidelines put out by the CDC, click here.
Frequently touched areas (e.g., door handles, light switches) will be cleaned multiple times daily. Full facility cleaning will happen nightly following closure. Reduced hours have been established to provide enough time for full facility cleaning. 
Signage provided by Boulder County Health will be placed throughout the building with reminders to check for symptoms, frequent handwashing, face-covering and social distancing. 

COVID-19 Workplace Coordinator addressing COVID-19 issues at Sport Stable: Jimmy Dexter jdexter@sportstable.club 
COVID-19 Workplace Coordinator addressing COVID-19 issues at Impact Sports - Rylan Reed: rylan@myimpactsports.com

All of the above guidelines are subject to change. 

If you arrive without a reservation with an instructor, coach,or trainer you will not be permitted in the building. No guests with player or athlete.

WASH YOUR HANDS

It takes Teamwork - We are in this TOGETHER

MASKS ARE WORN AT ALL TIMES INSIDE THE FACILITY.

The knowledge and circumstances around COVID-19 are changing constantly and, as such, the Sport Stable and its entities make no representation and assume no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this information. Further, you should seek advice from public health officials if you have specific questions about your return to training in the Sport Stable or participation with any of the RoughRiders™ brand related to the RoughRiders™ Sports Club. The safety of our staff and customers is our top priority. We are a 185,000 sq. ft. facility with the ability to make sure that we follow proper protocol on social distancing making the experience of being here safe and healthy.

COVID-19 REP:Jimmy Dexter: 303-956-5551

SYMPTOM CHECK POINT

Do you have any of the following?
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Fever
Chills
Muscle pain
Sore throat
New loss of taste or smell

STOP!
If yes to any...
Please do not
come in!
No Symptoms?
See you at
your appointment time only!

Seek medical advice

and we will be here

when you're well!

Please note:

Sport Stable  is by

appointment only. 

WE WILL BE TEMPERATURE CHECKING EVERY EMPLOYEE AND GUEST IN THE FACILITY.

Time to cheer and play again.

Steps to getting us up and running, keeping

all of us safe. -By appointment only.

Taking the advice of experts and following the guidelines given to us by Boulder County Health and the CDC, we have implemented some new policies and procedures to help ensure the safety of our athletes, families, and guests.

South Parking 

entrance will be closed.

Entrance for ice appointments will be the Main Entrance of the Sport Stable.

Impact Sports Entrance for appointments for Impact, Synapse & Boulder Therapeutics.

Turf/Court, Restaurant, and Fairways Golf will be closed until further notice. 

waiver form

Sport Stable

Location​​​​​​: 1 Superior Drive

Superior, CO 80027

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