Artificial turf rules and regulations

General rules

  • Please be considerate of community residents and all other park users.
  • Groups are responsible for any damages to the field, tracks, or velodrome and to surrounding residences, schools, cars and parking lots.
  • Public disturbances and excessive noise, including vulgar language and honking of car horns, are prohibited.
  • Dogs are not permitted at athletic parks (Bylaw 23M2006 – Section 15).

Parking

  • Parking is not permitted in private parking lots, driveways, alleys or on greenspace. Vehicles are not permitted to drive on grass turf, including playfields.
  • Field users are expected to abide by all parking bylaws.

Events

  • Sales of food, merchandise, possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages are not permitted on athletic parks unless it is for an approved special event.
  • If you are having port-a-potties placed on site, you must contact the City through 3-1-1 to arrange a suitable location.

Additional rules: Artificial Turf Field

  • No access to fields or tracks that are covered in snow.
  • User groups are NOT allowed to remove snow from artificial turf and tracks. 
  • Not permitted: driving stakes, no food or non water liquids (no sport drinks), glass containers, sunscreen, hard nylon or metal cleats.

Additional rules: Track use

  • When the soccer field is booked at Glenmore Athletic Park,  use of the running track is not permitted 
  • Use of rollerblades and bikes are prohibited on the track

Alcohol and Cannabis Consumption – Zero Tolerance

Alcohol and Cannabis Consumption – Zero Tolerance

The City of Calgary in accordance with City Bylaws has established a zero alcohol and cannabis environment at City facilities. We ask for your support as we do our best to provide safe and enjoyable family environments at all City-owned facilities.

If organizations fail to comply with the guidelines they will be contacted by a City of Calgary representative and advised of the non-compliance. By agreeing to the terms of your ensuring that all league members are aware of the guidelines. 

The Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis Act, Section 89 provides that no person may use or consume liquor in a public place or any place other than a residence, temporary residence, licensed premises or any other place as prescribed in the regulations.

Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis Act, R.S.A. June 17, 2020

Public Place

89(1) Except as provided in this Act, no person may use or consume liquor in a public place or any place other than a residence, temporary residence, licensed premises or a place or class of place prescribed in the regulations where liquor may be used or consumed.

The City of Calgary in accordance with City Bylaws has established a zero alcohol and cannabis environment at City facilities. We ask for your support as we do our best to provide safe and enjoyable family environments at all City-owned facilities.

This Act 89(1) applies to all arenas, athletic parks, pools, playfields, parking lots and multi-purpose facilities.

Fines for not complying with Bylaw # 23M2018 smoking or vaping in public spaces is $100 (Cannabis) $115.00 (Alcohol or intoxication) 

Some exceptions are:

  • Festivals/Events booked through Recreation with approval/license from The Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) agency and paid security.
  • Private adult events booked through an Athletic Park Special Event Application Form, with proof of AGLC approval/license. Security is provided for the duration of the event at a cost of $35 per hour per security guard. Security volunteers are not permitted.
  • Concessions with an AGLC license to sell alcohol.

Zero tolerance is in full effect and actions will be taken for organizations and or individuals who do not abide.

For organizations or individuals that would like to request Alcohol on site please apply through the special event application process

 

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