What's New at Masich Place Stadium
Masich Place Stadium was recently upgraded to accommodate more local sports teams over a longer playing season and host provincial and national competitions. It also features an improved track that is available for public use.
Some of the Stadium's new or renovated features include:
- A re-surfaced rubber 8-lane track.
- One circuit around the track's innermost lane is approximately 400 metres.
- One circuit around the track's outermost lane is approximately 449 metres.
- Synthetic infield turf with a built-in shock pad and markings for FIFA and Canadian Football League (CFL) regulation-sized fields.
- Adjacent sports fields that include two natural grass, full-sized fields, and one practise-sized field.
- Consolidated areas for high jump, triple jump, and pole vaulting.
- Permanent, all-weather surfaced throwing areas with cages for shot put, hammer, discus, and javelin.
- A restored and repainted grandstand that includes improved change facilities. New seating will be installed later in the summer.
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Masich Place Stadium Public Access
Masich Place Stadium will be open until mid-November (weather dependant) in 2018.
Stadium Track Public Walking
HOURS: The track opens at 6:00am seven days a week, but walking hours will vary depending on events scheduled for the day.
- On days with no booked events, the Stadium track will be remain open for walking until 9:00pm.
- Strollers and non-motorised mobility devices are permitted.
- Individual lanes will be designated for joggers and runners and walkers during public walking hours. Please observe all signs and lane closures.
Learn more about other City of Prince George walking venues
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Masich Place Stadium Events Calendar
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Booking Masich Place Stadium and PGSS Sports Fields
Bookings are available for the turf infield or for the full stadium during the operational season. The Stadium can be booked between 6:00am and 11:00pm weekdays and weekends.
- Online bookings must be made a minimum of two weeks in advance of the event date.
- A $5 million public liability insurance policy is required.
- Security and cleaning may cost extra.
- Permit holders must follow Stadium rules and regulations.
- Time needed for equipment setup and take down should be included in booked hours.
Masich Place Stadium Regulations
To ensure safety and maintain a high-quality facility, all Stadium users and visitors and must observe the following regulations on the turf and track:
- Stadium users and visitors are expected to abide by all City bylaws.
- Shoes must be worn at all times. Only clean, regular running shoes (no metal cleats) are permitted.
- Only rubber cleats five (5) millimetres or smaller are allowed.
- Only water is permitted (no flavoured drinks, alcohol, or food) in non-breakable containers.
- No staking, spiking, golfing, in-line skates, skateboards, scooters, or bicycles permitted.
- No dogs or other pets permitted.
- No littering or dumping of debris.
- Sunscreen must be applied away from the synthetic turf field to avoid spills that may damage the surface.
- No line painting permitted.
- No removal of grass fibres or infill materials.
- No smoking or vaping anywhere on site.
- Only authorised vehicles are allowed in the Stadium complex.
- Snow removal is not provided for regular bookings, but will be considered upon request and for special events.
- Snow removal is not guaranteed on synthetic turf and field access is restricted during snow removal operations.
- Excessive temperatures may result in field closure.
- Parking is permitted in lots adjacent to City-owned athletic parks and is not allowed in driveways, alleys, or on open green areas, or sidewalks.
- Be considerate of residents. Public disturbances and excessive noise - including vulgar language and honking vehicle horns - are prohibited. Noise permits must be issued for amplified sound.
- Please report any damage or vandalism to the City Service Centre:
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