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Posted on: December 28, 2021

NEW 2022 RATES FOR LOCKWOOD ARENA AND MARINA

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 28, 2021

New Rates Effective January 1, 2022
 

 

Ogdensburg, NY – Effective January 1, 2022 the following rates shall apply.

 

Lockwood Arena offers ice and non-ice rentals.  The following rates shall apply for 2022:

 

FEE STRUCTURE

RATE

Resident

$80/hour

Non-Resident

$100/hour

Special Events, resident

$95/hour

Special Events, non-resident

$115/hour

Non-Prime, ice (M-F: 8 AM – 3 PM)

(Excludes holidays & school breaks)

$70/hour

Non-Ice Rental

$50/hour

Non-Ice Events

$500/day

Public Skating

$2

 

 

Municipal Marina offers residents and non-residents seasonal docking with both power and non-power options.  The Marina provides 64 rental slips and 3 transient slips.  Slips are available beginning May 1st through October 1st annually.  The rates for 2022 are as follows:

 

FEE STRUCTURE

RATE (seasonal) 

Resident/Property Owner Power Slip

$39.50/foot, or $829.50 (whichever is higher)

Resident/Property Owner Non-Power Slip

$32.75/foot, or $687.75 (whichever is higher)

Non-Resident Power Slip

$42.50/foot, or $892.50 (whichever is higher)

Non-Resident Non-Power Slip

$36.25/foot, or $761.25 (whichever is higher)

 

TRANSIENT BOATING 

RATE (per diem)

Power Slip

$2/foot 

Non-Power Slip

$1.75/foot 

 

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