Fair Corporation (Utah State) - Administration - Utah State Fair Patron Rules

Published: 2010-08-09

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R325. Fair Corporation (Utah State), Administration.
R325-3. Utah State Fair Patron Rules.
R325-3-1. Admission Charge.
Patrons shall pay a gate admission charge upon entrance to the Utah State Fair, of an amount determined annually by the board of directors. The admission charge will be posted at the entrance gates. Gate refunds may be granted to patrons based on extenuating circumstances. Refunds shall not be considered unless the patron submits, in writing, a letter to the executive director, stating the reason(s) for requesting the refund in accordance with the procedures established by Section R325-1-4.
R325-3-2. Parking.
A patron parking on the fairpark parking lot shall pay a parking charge. The charge, which is subject to change, shall be posted at the parking lot entrance. The management shall not be responsible for damage to vehicles or theft of property from vehicles.
R325-3-3. Liability.
By being granted entrance to the fair, a patron agrees to hold the Utah State Fair Corporation harmless from any liability, cost or expense in connection with or growing out of any claim whatsoever for injury, loss or damage to person or property, as the case may be, resulting from the patron's activities in or upon the fairpark premises, its facilities and appurtenances.
R325-3-4. Violation of Rules.
The management reserves the right to remove from the fairpark any person who violates the rules of the Utah State Fair Corporation.
R325-3-5. Unauthorized Business.
The fairpark management reserves the right to remove from fairpark property any person or persons distributing advertising material or conducting private business of any kind who does not have an authorized Exhibit Space Lease Agreement.
R325-3-6. Handling Complaints.
A patron who feels that he has been mistreated by fairpark personnel, exhibitors, midway and food concession personnel, or others shall submit, in writing, a detailed summary of his complaint for consideration and possible action by the fairpark management and/or board of directors in accordance with the procedures established by Section R325-1-4.
R325-3-7. Accident Reporting.
A patron involved in any type of accident while in the fairpark shall contact the fairpark administration office and/or a security officer immediately to request that a security officer complete an official accident report.
R325-3-8. Pets, Bicycles and Miscellaneous.
No pets, bicycles, motorcycles, golf carts, skateboards, go-peds or similiar items/devices shall be allowed in the fairpark without written approval of the fairpark management. Needs for seeing-eye dogs or pets or equipment required by physician prescription will be considered for possible exceptions.
R325-3-9. Patron Responsibility.
A patron purchasing merchandise or entering into contracts with commercial, educational and non-profit exhibitors is responsible for his transactions. The Utah State Fair Corporation shall not assume responsibility for faulty merchandise or for agreements entered into by a patron.
R325-3-10. Litter.
A patron shall not litter the fairpark. Trash shall be placed in barrels provided.
R325-3-11. Damaging Buildings or Grounds.
A patron shall not deface the grounds or buildings, outside or inside. Anyone damaging buildings or grounds shall be required to pay all repair and replacement costs.
R325-3-12. Fires or Flammable Materials.
No fires or flammable materials are allowed in the fairpark without written approval of fairpark management.
R325-3-13. Removal of Utah Fair Corporation Property.
Patrons shall not remove Utah State Fair Corporation property from the buildings and grounds. Flowers and garden crops shall not be removed without permission of fairpark management.
R325-3-14. Fair Hours.
A patron shall adhere to the hours of the fairpark which shall be posted at the entrance gates and may be changed yearly.
R325-3-15. Reviewing Contracts.
Contractual service agreements negotiated by the Utah State Fair Corporation may be reviewed by an individual with the approval of the executive director.
R325-3-16. Behavior, Clothing and Actions.
Fair patrons may be removed from Fair property for the use of foul or abusive language, the wearing of offensive clothing, for offensive actions or intoxication as determined by the executive director, or his representative.
R325-3-17. Smoke-Free Policy.
To enhance the family friendly environment and to promote the health and safety of all of our guests, smoking will be limited to designated outdoor areas.
In accordance with the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act, all indoor facilities will be smoke free.
No refund of admission, ticketed events or rent will be issued as a result of this policy.
KEY: fairs, rules and procedures
Date of Enactment or Last Substantive Amendment: August 9, 2010
Notice of Continuation: February 23, 2021
Authorizing, and Implemented or Interpreted Law: 9-4-1103