Janesville Ice Arena
|Location||821 Beloit Avenue
|Owner||The City of Janesville|
|Operator||The City of Janesville Department of Leisure Services|
|Broke ground||January 9, 1974|
|Opened||December 16, 1974|
($3.96 million in 2017 dollars)
|Janesville Jets (CnHL) (1981-1982)
Janesville Jets (NAHL) (2009–present)
Janesville Ice Arena is an ice arena and skating center owned by the city of Janesville, Wisconsin. It is home to the Janesville Jets, a North American Hockey League team, and hosts high school and youth hockey programs.
In preparation for the Janesville Jets, the rink underwent a renovation that included new locker rooms and improved public areas such as the ticket booths and concession stand.
In 2012, the Janesville Ice Arena completed a major upgrade, which included new under floor piping, a concrete floor, a domestic hot water boiler, high efficiency lighting, updated locker rooms and a building addition that included a snow melt pit, a zamboni garage, and a geothermal heat pump.
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