Pettit National Ice Center

500 S 84th Street

Pettit National Ice Center, Inc. is a Wisconsin not-for-profit corporation, exempt from tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, that has operated the Pettit National Ice Center, located in the City of Milwaukee, since its construction in 1992.

As an Official U.S. Olympic Training Site, the Pettit Center with its speed skating Oval and two international-size hockey rinks has been instrumental in the development of U.S. speed skaters to compete for and win Olympic medals and has been host to regional, national and international competitions. U.S. National Long Track and Short Track Championships through the years have attracted athletes, families, and fans from more than 33 states to the Center. National and World Cup competitions are estimated to have generated an economic impact for the community of more than $3,000,000.


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