View our Cenovus Energy Hub Project Synopsis


In 2019, the City of Lloydminster completed a high-level analysis of city-owned facilities. The study analyzed 17 buildings based on factors such as age, condition and capital cost for rehabilitation or renovation and much more. Study results have helped guide budget considerations and community planning.

Each facility report was combined to create a comparative analysis based on the year of construction, building condition rating, estimated costs to maintain and operate, assessment findings and action plan recommendations within the Community Facilities Assessment Report.

With the beloved Centennial Civic Centre approaching the end of its usable life, Lloydminster was faced with some important decisions with potential to shape the community for decades to come.

In 2020, the City of Lloydminster began engaging the community on its vision for a modern, marquis events facility that could support existing user needs, while creating opportunity for exciting new recreation and entertainment options. From productive discussions with our primary user groups, a vision for Cenovus Energy Hub has begun to emerge.

Cenovus Energy Hub rendering

Facility Plans

The design phase of the facility has concluded. The drawings for Cenovus Energy Hub include key features such as:

  • a primary arena with seating for 2,500, expandable up to 4,500 with floor seats
  • a second full-size indoor ice surface with permanent seating capacity of 500
  • a third outdoor ice surface, directly adjacent to the building

Entertainment District

The site location includes:

  • walking trails
  • 6 slo-pitch diamonds
  • outdoor park pavilion
  • 35+ powered camp stalls
  • 6 commercial retail units
  • 1 hotel

Virtual Tour

Click on the images below to take a 360° tour of the new facility.