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The Park City Ice Miners follows the guidance of the Utah Department of Health and Summit County Health Department as well as abides by rules established by rinks.
It is the responsibility of PCIM community members and/or player to be respectful of fellow players, coaches, and volunteers by following the protocols put in place.
Policies are subject to change; PCIM will communicate updates as quickly as possible.
To ensure the fastest response to any/all COVID related matters, please contact the COVID Committee by email at covid@pciceminers.org. The first available committee member will respond.

Current Policies & Guidelines


Posted 1/21/22

Summit County's public health order requiring the use of face coverings for persons inside public indoor facilities or waiting in lines has been terminated. Masks are strongly recommended at the Park City Ice Arena, but not required.

Posted 1/19/22

Given the recent suspension of the public school test to stay policy and strains on state testing resources, the PCIM test to play policy has been revised. The main updates are:

  • for teams with multiple players/coaches who test positive for COVID-19, the Committee will discuss with the team and decide whether there should be a team pause or test to play
  • the time period for which positive cases will be tracked by team is now 7 days (previously 14 days)

Current policy can be found on pg 22 of the policy document. 

Posted 1/9/22

Summit County issued a public health order requiring the use of face coverings for persons inside public indoor facilities or waiting in lines. 

The Park City Ice Arena announced an update to mask requirements to be in compliance with Summit County Face-Covering Order. Click here for announcement.

Posted 12/29/21

The CDC recently announced shortened recommended isolation and quarantine periods for persons with COVID-19. The PCIM policy has been updated to reflect these changes.


Posted 9/10/21

The PCIM Covid Committee strongly recommends players and coaches follow CDC and Utah Department of Health guidelines of wearing masks in crowded, indoor spaces where physical distancing is not possible, regardless of vaccination status (including locker rooms).