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R325. Fair Corporation (Utah State), Administration.
Rule R325-4. Interim Patrons Rules (Other Than Utah State Fair).
As in effect on January 1, 2020
Table of Contents
- R325-4-1. Fairpark Hours.
- R325-4-2. Fairpark Users.
- R325-4-3. Trespassing.
- R325-4-4. Giant Slide.
- R325-4-5. Parking.
- R325-4-6. Parking Lot Rules.
- R325-4-7. Litter.
- R325-4-8. Damaging Buildings or Grounds.
- R325-4-9. Fires or Flammable Materials.
- R325-4-10. Admission Charge.
- R325-4-11. Agreement Necessary.
- R325-4-12. Fairpark Roads.
- R325-4-13. Liquor Ordinances.
- R325-4-14. Removal of Utah Fair Corporation Property.
- R325-4-15. Liability.
- R325-4-16. Reporting Accidents.
- R325-4-17. Complaints.
- R325-4-18. Complaint Against Renter.
- R325-4-19. Right to Remove From Grounds.
- R325-4-20. Reviewing Contracts.
- R325-4-21. Pictures or Videos.
- R325-4-22. Smoke-Free Policy.
- Date of Enactment or Last Substantive Amendment
- Notice of Continuation
- Authorizing, Implemented, or Interpreted Law
The fairpark hours shall be 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Saturday and from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. as required by scheduled events. A buildings and grounds representative shall be available either at the maintenance office or in the fairpark. The administration office shall be open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays, with the exception of state holidays. The fairpark hours may be subject to change by the executive director.
All users of the fairpark shall have a specific purpose for being on the premises, such as, an employee, event promoter or invited visitor, renter or an individual conducting official business.
A patron attending a special event in the fairpark shall stay in the immediate area of the event. A patron shall avoid storage areas and other locations in the fairpark where they have no authority to be. A patron shall not trespass in buildings which are not a part of the event, even if buildings are unlocked.
A patron shall not be allowed to play on the giant slide in the fairpark unless it is officially open for an event.
A patron using the fairpark parking lot shall be required to pay a parking charge, posted at the lot, for events held in the fairpark as required by the administration.
The parking lot shall not be used for practice driving, playing or racing, unless such event is contracted for specifically.
Patrons shall not litter the fairpark. Trash shall be placed in barrels provided. Patrons shall not be allowed to dump large amounts of personal trash in the barrels.
Patrons shall not deface the grounds or buildings, outside or inside. Anyone damaging buildings or grounds shall be required to pay all repair and replacement cost.
No fires or flammable materials are allowed in the fairpark without written or verbal approval of fair management.
Attendance at an event in the fairpark does not entitle a patron to free admission to other paid events in the fairpark.
Events shall not be held on the fairpark without a written agreement with the fairpark management.
Patrons shall observe all traffic signs and the fairpark's speed limit of ten miles-per-hour, or as posted.
A patron shall comply with Salt Lake City ordinances with respect to liquor enforcement and dance halls.
A patron shall not remove Utah State Fair Corporation property from the buildings and grounds. Flowers and garden crops shall not be removed without permission from fairpark management.
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.
A patron involved in any type of accident while on the fairpark shall contact the fairpark administration office or Fairpark representative immediately and request that an official accident report be completed.
A patron who feels he has been mistreated by fairpark personnel, event promoter, food concession personnel or others shall submit, in writing, a detailed summary of this complaint for consideration by the fairpark management in accordance with the procedures established by Section R325-1-4.
A patron who has a complaint about an event sponsored by a renter, pursuant to the provisions of Section R325-5-1, et seq., shall submit, in writing, a detailed summary of his complaint to the fairpark management for their consideration. Such complaints shall be filed and handled in accordance with the procedures established by Section R325-1-4.
The fairpark management reserves the right to remove from the grounds any person who uses foul or abusive language, is wearing offensive clothing, makes offensive actions, or is intoxicated as determined by the executive director or his representative, or violates any of the other rules of the Utah State Fair Corporation.
Contractual service agreements negotiated by the Utah State Fair Corporation may be reviewed by an individual with the approval of the executive director.
Any pictures or videos taken in the Fairpark for publicity or for commercial gain must have the approval of the executive director.
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.
fairs, rules and procedures
August 9, 2010
February 23, 2016
For questions regarding the content or application of rules under Title R325, please contact the promulgating agency (Fair Corporation (Utah State), Administration). A list of agencies with links to their homepages is available at http://www.utah.gov/government/agencylist.html or from http://www.rules.utah.gov/contact/agencycontacts.htm.