"Creating Community Through People, Parks, and Programs"

 

Recreation Center Hours

Mon-Thu:   6:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday:       6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday:  7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sunday:    12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Front Desk: (719) 589-2105
 

 

Multi-Use Pavilion/Ice Rink

The Ice Rink is open

with regular operating hours;

see facility schedule HERE.

Rink Office: (719) 937-7834

 


Andy Rice, Director
(719) 587-2529
arice@ci.alamosa.co.us

Jes Jolly, Recreation Division Manager
(719) 587-2528
jjolly@ci.alamosa.co.us

Don Mendoza, Recreation Supervisor
(719) 587-2524
dmendoza@ci.alamosa.co.us

John Reesor, Outdoor Rec Specialist
(719) 937-7832
jreesor@ci.alamosa.co.us


(Map to AFRC)


Recreation Advisory Board
Meeting Days: 2nd Tuesday of every other the month (Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec)
Meeting Time: 11:30 - 1:00 p.m.
Meeting Location: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82482102446

The Recreation Advisory Board is established to provide advisory and consultative functions in matters of concern to the Department of Parks and Recreation.


 

Alamosa Family Recreation Center

The Alamosa Family Recreation Center (AFRC) is open in a limited capacity for individual workouts and some recreational activities.

Guests must check-in at the front desk and reserve a time block on a first come first served basis, complete a temperature check upon entry to the facility, and wear a mask properly while in the facility.

- Patrons may use the fitness rooms, the main gym, and the upper track for exercise.

- The locker rooms and showers are open.

- Room capacity is limited and are posted at each entry for the number of users per room.

- Sessions for Individual Basketball (aka shooting hoops) and Pickleball are available!

- Guests will also be required to sign-out at the front desk upon completion of their workout.

 


Multi-Use Pavilion/Ice Rink 

Hockey Reservation System

 

Ice Rink Schedule: February

 

Rink Regulations, Updated 2/10/2021

- Masks are required OFF-ICE.

- All visitors must check-in and check-out at the Rink rental office. Open Skating participants should check-in at the Recreation Center.

- On-ice capacity is limited based on activity. No more than 50 skaters are allowed on-ice at once during Public or Open Skating. No more than 25 players are allowed on-ice at once during any hockey program.

- Maintain appropriate social distancing with non-household members.

- Practice frequent hand-washing or sanitation.

- The consumption of food is discouraged.

- Use is at own risk.

- All regulations are subject to change.

 

Adult Drop-In Hockey and Open Stick & Puck

- Reservations are still required for Adult Drop-In Hockey and Open Stick & Puck. SIGN UP HERE!

- If open spots remain, use is then first-come, first-serve.

- If there is a no-show 10 minutes after the reservation start time, the spot can go to anyone waiting, if applicable.

- If you arrive more than 10 minutes after your reservation start time, you may have to wait for an opening.

 

Open Skating & Public Skating

- Open Skating is first-come, first-serve.

- Due to demand, mixed-use is now allowed. The East half of the rink is available for Stick and Puck. The West half is available for skating. The rink divider will separate the two spaces. 

- Public Skating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Online and call ahead reservations are not accepted.

- Only 50 skaters are allowed on the ice at one time (not including staff).

- Upon entering the Rink, you will be asked how many there are in your party.

- Staff will inform you of the current on-ice availability and/or possible wait time. 

- Maintain appropriate social distancing with non-household members.

 


 

 COVID 19-related Updates:

City parks and trails remain open; please continue to socially distance on trails and in parks.

City playgrounds and pavilions are open.

City Tennis Courts, Skate Park, Dog Parks, Outdoor Volleyball/Basketball Courts, and the Bicycle Pump Track are open.

Please follow the State’s Safer at Home guidelines for Personal Recreation; specifically:
- Stay at home if sick or exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. 
- Practice good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently and don’t touch your face. Bring hand sanitizer to clean hands when soap/water is not available.
- Wear a face covering or mask when you leave your home and while recreating.
- Continue to physically distance, staying at least 6 feet from members of other households.
- Limit non-household group sizes to 10 unless otherwise allowed as per the State’s Safer at Home guidelines for Personal Recreation.

The Alamosa Public Library continues to offer online resources and curbside pickup. Call 589-6192 or visit www.alamosalibrary.org for more information.

For the most up to date information on the City of Alamosa's COVID-19 restrictions and preparedness plan, click here!