New Year's Eve Skate Policies

For this special event, everyone entering the rink must have their own pre-purchased ticket, including parents chaperoning children.

Waivers: All visitors participating in roller skating must complete a waiver. Waivers for minors must be completed by a parent or guardian. Any individual who does not have a waiver on file will not be able to skate.

Purchasing: The number of tickets offered is limited and historically tickets for this special event do sell out; to guarantee admission you must purchase tickets online in advance. Tickets are available for online purchase starting 90 days in advance. Walk-in purchasing is subject to availability. A ticket is required for each person entering the building during this special event. If you wish to use a Chipper Card to book your ticket, call 503-233-5777 or email M-F between 9 AM and 4 PM.

Spectator Tickets: Discounted admission tickets are available for individuals 18 and older who will not be skating but are attending with someone who is skating. ID check required.

Champagne Toast Tickets: To participate in the champagne toast, you must purchase a Champagne Toast ticket online in advance; Champagne Toast tickets are not available on-site. Champagne Toast tickets are only available for visitors 21 and older (ID check required). Non-alcoholic toast options are also available.

Refunds and Cancellations: Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets are only valid for the date/time set at the time of purchase. In cases of emergency, the date for the ticket validity may be rescheduled by emailing a minimum of 72 hours before the original reservation date/time.

Skates: Standard skate rental is included at no additional charge.  Specialty skates are available to rent at the Skate Shop during your session (subject to availability) for an additional fee of $3-$4.  Personal skates are welcome, subject to inspection.

Music: This event features a live DJ playing a mix of top-40s and retro hits.

Food/Beverages: Outside food/beverages are prohibited. The rink cafe will be operational during the event; view menu.

Safe Skating Practices: Headgear, headsets, Bluetooth headphones, and sunglasses may not be worn while roller skating. Hats may not be worn while skating except when secured with a hat clip. Loose items are not permitted on the skating floor, e.g., cell phones, cameras, stuffed animals, etc. Loose clothing draped around the body may not be taken on the skating floor. All guests must wear skates to be on the skating floor. For everyone's safety, the following behaviors are prohibited: jumping, fast or reckless skating, weaving, zigzagging, and practicing roller derby moves through traffic. Pushing, shoving, racing, chasing, or playing tag is not permitted anywhere in the Roller Rink. All skaters must keep moving while on the skating floor; skaters may not stop and stand along the sidewalls or eat and drink over the walls. No one may pick up and/or carry anyone while wearing skates, including parents of small children. Sitting on, or jumping over, the sidewalls is not allowed. Sitting on laps or showing excessive affection is not permitted. Violation of any of these rules may result in eviction from the premises without refunds. Report all conflicts and safety concerns to the staff.

Parking: Parking fees apply 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Parking fees are per day and are payable onsite via self-service parking meters or on your mobile device at Only credit/debit cards are accepted at the parking meters; please visit the Skate Shop to pay with cash. Parking spaces are first-come, first-served and the lot frequently fills to capacity; do not purchase your parking until you have a parking space onsite. There are no refunds. Failure to pay the parking fee will result in penalties. Carpooling is strongly recommended. Complimentary bus parking is available when arranged in advance. The parking lot is private property and is only available to visitors of Oaks Park. Vehicles not parked in designated parking stalls and those that block the flow of traffic will be towed at the owner’s expense. The closest bus stop is approximately 1 mile away; visit the Tri-Met trip planner to plan your route. Bike racks are available near the Roller Rink. Rates are subject to change without notice.

Skate at Your Own Risk: Roller skating is a physical activity with an inherent risk of injury; by participating you assume the risk of injury.

Additional Policies: Please view our guest guidelines for more info.


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