Rules of Admission
For the safety of all patrons our staff may check for PROHIBITED ITEMS at all entrance gates. As a condition of your entry to these premises all patrons must consent to be checked by our STAFF for prohibited items prior to entry. Any individual who does not wish to consent to this search may return to their car's and leave the premises.
The following items are prohibited and will not be allowed past the ADMISSION GATES AND SEARCH AREA.
ALL BAGS ARE SUBJECT TO SEARCH
PROHIBITED ITEMS MUST BE DISCARDED INTO TRASH CANS PRIOR TO ENTRY. WE ARE UNABLE TO HOLD ITEMS FOR PATRONS.
1. Alcohol of any kind
3. Bottles, glass, cans, plastic bottles
4. Coolers (large or small)
6. Bicycles, Rollerblades, Skateboards
7. Weapons of any kind
8. Water projecting devices
9. Shirts and Shoes Required
Individuals engaging in disruptive behavior and/or unlawful behavior will be removed.
San Joaquin County Fairgrounds DRESS POLICY
The San Joaquin County Fairgrounds is open to all members of the public. The San Joaquin County Fairgrounds strives to maintain a safe, fun and family-friendly environment. In order to encourage this environment, the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds has developed the following dress policy. If persons are found to be in violation of the dress policy, those persons will be requested to remove and store the clothing or cover visible tattoos that are in violation of the policy. If a person refuses to comply with the policy, that person will be asked to leave the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds with a full refund.
The wearing or displaying of clothing, or accessories with gang insignias, monikers, or identification, including a specific combination of colors or symbols commonly associated with a “criminal street gang,” or associated clubs or gangs, as those terms are defined by the California Department of Justice, is strictly prohibited. Specifically, vests, jackets, shirts, hats, jewelry, pants, shoes, socks, shorts, or other clothing accessories or items of clothing are strictly prohibited to the extent that they contain any logo, insignia, moniker, or writing associated with, including, but not limited to, the Nortenos, Surenos, Crips, Bloods, Tiny Rascals Gang, or any criminal street gang or identified associate club. This includes, but is not limited to, the showing of tattoos, commonly associated with membership in a criminal street gang, or associate club. The San Joaquin County Fairgrounds has developed this policy in order to preserve a safe family atmosphere and to prevent the type of violence between opposing gang members that has occurred locally and at events throughout the United States. The San Joaquin County Fairgrounds is aware of the legal decision of Gatto v. Count of Sonoma (2002) 98 Cal.App.4th 744 and with this policy is attempting to comply with the legal principles set forth in that decision.
ENTRADA PARA EL PARQUE ES UN CONSENSO PARA BUSQUESDA.