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Building Northern Rock County's Most Significant Gathering Place
At 130,000 square feet the Woodman's Center will attract sports teams, regional and national companies, and organizations for meetings, conferences, and trade shows. The facility will become an economic impact driver through job creation, revitalization, and resource conservation while increasing property values and tax revenues. The facility will provide the revenue boost local businesses seek and improve residents' quality of life by creating new activity and investment in Rock County and Wisconsin.
A year-round permanent ice arena will house hockey, figure skating, and other on-ice sports and community activities. The Center will also include a 20,000 square-foot conference space convertible to hardcourt space for youth sports, a multi-use arena that will be ice for a portion of the year and converted to dry space for basketball, volleyball, pickleball, futsal, or additional conference spaces.
This unique facility has something for everyone, from ice, turf, and sport court spaces to meeting rooms, special event space, and more.
Year-round ice rink to support sports and those with an affinity for skating
1,500 spectator capacity
Adjustable space for multi-sport use, conferences, and events
Seating for 250
Host trade shows, conventions, expos, banquets, and community events
Athletic use for basketball, volleyball, pickleball, open gym, turf, and more
20,000 square feet
The Woodman's Center will operate under a public model by the City of Janesville.