FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – With sustained cold temperatures and scores of residents getting ready for the winter holiday, the City of Fort St. John is pleased to have three outdoor skating surfaces flooded and ready to welcome skaters.
Due to the ongoing Kin Park upgrades, a temporary outdoor rink has been flooded at 100th Street and Northern Lights Drive.
Another rink has been set up at Surerus Park, at the corner of 86th Street and 105th Avenue.
The third surface is the Mathews Park Skating Loop on 87th Avenue and 92A Street.
The City asks residents to be mindful of other ice users, only use pucks on the rinks that allow hockey.
The Mathews Park Skating Loop does not allow pucks.
Residents are asked to contact the City to report problems with the ice. Call 3-1-1 or use the Report a Problem tool on the City of Fort St. John website.