Study to examine aging Sports Palace


Staff member
A proper study needs to be done on the High Prairie Sports Palace and curling rink so council can plan for the future with the best information possible.

It was the consensus after council approved to spend $13,800 for an asset replacement study at its April 13 meeting.

CAO Rod Risling told council the study “needs to be done” because it has “come to light” that the Sports Palace “needs quite a bit of repair.”

Needing to be replaced are the old furnaces, the tar/gravel roof, and the arena’s concrete pad, which has several brine leaks. Cost for that project alone is estimated at least $300,000.

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