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RINK REPORT CARD: 2007-2008

Broadlands

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19 Castlegrove Blvd

416-395-6667

Strengths: : Very fine community centre attached to rink. Has its own zamboni, new rink, very good condition, good ice maintenance


Areas for improvement: This rink lost most of its points for its poor access to the public minimal public skating hours. It also fell down on convenience no benches for parents to sit and watch their kids, either outside or in change-rooms (no windows to look out of!)


Next steps: Open the rink to the public at all non-permit times. Bring non-supervision rules in line with the rest of the city. Switch the office and the change-rooms so that skaters have a window looking to the rink. Add more benches, and do a weekly family-skate event.


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65 %

1. Access

14 / 30

Public ice time / permit balance

3 / 12

Reliable schedule

8 / 11

Enough mats for skaters

3/ 3

Skate equipment available

0 / 4

2. Communication

15 / 20

Good signage

10 / 11

Friendly staff

3 / 4

Working phone line

3 / 5

3. Ice Quality

10 / 10

Regular maintenance

3.5/ 3.5

Not too thick

3 / 3

Maintenance complements schedule

0.5 / 0.5

Clean below the surface

3 / 3

4. Skater Friendliness

25/ 40

Welcoming atmosphere

6 / 14

Convenience

2 / 8

Working facilities

10/ 11

Safety

7 / 7


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