Rights to Attend the Northwest Washington Fair
The Northwest Washington Fair is a private facility and recognizes the right of patrons to attend the Fair free from discrimination because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, or the presence of sensory, mental or physical disability or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability to lawfully attend the Fair.
In order to provide a safe and secure environment, the following are prohibited and non-compliance may result in the violator being removed from the Fairgrounds:
Disorderly or disruptive conduct of any type.
Threatening, belligerent or hostile behavior of any type.
Standing or walking in large groups that block the movement of Northwest Washington Fair patrons or cause inconvenience to others.
Blocking any building, booth, exhibit, concession stand, performance, ticket window, gate, stage, doorway, walkway, fire exit, or stairway.
Bicycle riding, skateboarding, rollerblading, Moped riding, Segway riding or skating of any kind on the fairgrounds.
Possession of alcoholic beverages, outside of designated alcohol service areas.
Use of loud or obscene language or gestures or other offensive behavior or dress that interferes with patrons’ enjoyment of activities and events at the Northwest Washington Fair.
Sitting on or placing feet on tabletops.
Bringing pets on fairgrounds except as trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability to lawfully attend the Fair.
Soliciting for sale, offering for sale, or selling goods or services by non-concessionaires. (The sales of goods and services may only be conducted in a designed commercial space by approved concessionaires upon payment of a fee for such commercial space. Applications for
such commercial space may be obtained from the Fair office.)
Interfering with fair business or interfering with the conduct of business by Northwest Washington Fair concessionaires or exhibitors.
Soliciting contributions or signatures, leafleting, picketing, or displaying signs, posters, or banners outside of the designated booth or area.
Distributing buttons, bumper stickers, hats, balloons, T-shirts, novelty items, food, or beverages by non-concessionaires.
Any activity that could result in physical harm to a person or property.
Any article is defined as a weapon except for those used by law enforcement.
Membership or associate of a known criminal street gang as defined by Washington State RCW9.94A.030
Any act defined by federal, state, or local statute or ordinances as constituting a crime.
Smoking of tobacco products and usage of e-cigarettes outside of designated smoking areas.
Marijuana possession, public display, or usage.
Possession of Drones or other mechanical flying devices of any nature or the Flying of drones without prior written permission.
Violation of these Rules will constitute cause for removal of the violator from the Northwest Washington fairgrounds.