In a continuing effort to provide quality, well maintained, clean and safe programs and facilities for the public, all participants and visitors are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior at all times, show respect to other participants, users, volunteers and staff and take direction from facility/program staff and volunteers.
The following examples of behavior could result in an ejection or suspension:
- fighting or intent to harm
- threatening and arguing
The reasons listed are not meant to be exhaustive.
Town staff or Program volunteers are responsible for the safe management of facilities and programs.
If a potential exists for disorder, personal injury, conflict or destruction of property, staff has the authority to eject or suspend any or all participants and visitors.
There can also be additional consequences such as criminal charges, arrests, etc.