Moses Springer Community Centre

All rec facilities and the city museum are closed. We will contact you with further information if you were registered for recreation programs or rentals.

Full details are available on our COVID-19 response page.

Moses Springer Community Centre is located at 150 Lincoln Road. It is currently open for pre-booked ice activities.

The facility can be reached at 519-885-4530. If you're paying for programs, we accept cash, cheque, debit, credit and FitPass.

Parking is free for facility users. The closest Grand River Transit stops (4059 and 4060) are located 110m to the east the facility, near Lincoln Road and Ellis Crescent North. Check the GRT website for transit times and fees.

Entrance procedure

Recreation centres are currently open for pre-booked programs, appointments and rentals only. Rules for all facilities and activities include:

  • complete mandatory pre-screening through your recreation service provider
  • wait outside at marked entrance to be greeted by facility ambassador
  • masks required except during play
  • no spectators permitted (one guardian per minor aged participant is permitted)
  • no access to showers or change rooms - arrive dressed to play as safely and reasonably as possible
  • no re-entry after leaving facility

Specific procedures are below.

Procedure for using the indoor rink

Entry process
  1. Participants should arrive dressed for their activity and line up outside the facility entrance per signage and markings. Participants must follow all floor marking and signage.
  2. A facility ambassador will meet the rental group and will provide entry 15 minutes prior to the rental start time and once all members have arrived. Late arrivals will jeopardize the full rental time. Participants must follow the direction of the ambassador.
  3. Guardians must wear masks and observe physical distancing rules.

  4. Participants are encouraged to bring their own filled water bottles. There will be limited bottle refilling stations open should participants need to refill their bottles.
Using the facility
  1. Dressing rooms and showers are not available at this time.
  2. Washrooms are available but are not to be used as change/dressing rooms.
  3. Participants will enter and exit the ice surface from marked rink door closest to the chair grouping.
  4. Guardians and participants must remain in the designated activity space and not wander around the facility.
  5. Guardians are not to enter the ice resurfacer entrance area to the ice surface when staff are flooding the ice.

  6. Players must wear mask in common areas, removing the mask is only permitted on the ice surface.
  7. Hockey bags/sport bags are permitted but must be not be piled on top of one another.
  8. Players and participants must ensure physical distancing is maintained on the players’ benches.
  9. No participant or guardian shall spit, blow their nose freely or release any bodily fluid anywhere in the facility
  10. Following the ice rental period, the buzzer will sound, please leave the ice surface immediately.
  11. Participants must exit the facility within 10 minutes of rental activity ending.
  12. Ensure all equipment including pucks, cones, etc. are picked up in advance of the buzzer sounding to enable an immediate exit from the ice surface.
  13. There is no re-entry or in/out privileges permitted.

Groups must be adequately equipped with their own first aid supplies. Management strongly recommends that CSA approved safety equipment including head, eye and facial protection are worn by all participants. For customer safety, street shoes/footwear are not permitted on the ice at any time. 


Most spaces in Moses Springer are available for rent. To get started, visit our rentals page.


To check if your program or activity is running as scheduled, check our cancellation page. 


There is an ice rink with four change rooms and an eight-lane outdoor pool with two waterslides, a ramp and stair leading into the shallow end. The pool has two change rooms, a shaded area and picnic tables. The community centre offers a community room available for rent.

The Laurel Trail runs through the Moses Springer Community Centre grounds and provides access to uptown Waterloo. Heading east connects you to Hillside Park which leads to the Forwell Trail and provides access to north Waterloo.