Rules & Regulations
Rules of Conduct
Skagway Recreation Center (SRC) is supported by the taxes of Skagway residents. SRC has the right to maintain its facility in a clean, pleasant and safe manner. Every individual has the right to use the SRC undisturbed and every SRC employee has the right to work without undue interference. All SRC users and employees should be free of any threat of harm, invasion of property, or gross indignity. To guarantee these rights for all persons, the following rules of conduct apply to behavior on the premises of all SRC property. It is impractical to address every behavioral situation that may occur in the SRC. Staff has the responsibility to make decisions that are in the best interest of the SRC whenever the rules do not specifically cover certain situations. The SRC hereby adopts the following Rules of Conduct as necessary for the comfort and safety of patrons, volunteers, and staff and for the protection of SRC property.
Denial of Services
In general, the SRC provides facilities and resources to promote health and fitness to the residents and visitors of Skagway. The SRC staff reserve the right to refuse admission to any person(s). Any activity not connected or compatible with these purposes is considered inappropriate. Persons disregarding these purposes are subject to removal from the building and/or revocation of their SRC privileges.
No person shall engage in any conduct that disturbs or interferes with patrons, volunteers, or employees of the SRC, including but not restricted to the following:
1. Engage in any activity in violation of Federal, State, local or other applicable law, or SRC policy.
2. Disruptive or attention-getting behavior.
3. Use of abusive language.
4. Inappropriate or unauthorized use of SRC equipment.
5. Consumption of food or beverages, except in allocated areas.
6. Gum, alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs on SRC property.
7. Any condition resulting in disorientation, disruption or possible damage or harm to oneself or others.
8. Possession of potentially harmful weapons (firearms, knife, club, etc).
9. Sexual harassment of SRC staff or patrons.
10. Unauthorized entry into STAFF ONLY areas.
11. Loitering or panhandling.
12. Soliciting to staff or patrons.
13. Inappropriate attire.
14. Neglecting to provide proper supervision of children.
SRC Staff reserves the right to make decisions in the best interest of SRC whenever the rules do not specifically cover certain situations.
Enforcement of the Rules of Conduct
Anyone violating these rules is first warned by the SRC staff member in charge of the SRC at the time of the offense. If the conduct continues the offender will be ordered to leave the premises. Staff members, at their discretion, will expel patrons without a warning in situations of serious, threatening, or willfully malicious behavior. Failure to observe these rules may lead to a revocation of SRC privileges, including the right to visit the buildings and grounds. Repeat offenders or persons ordered from the premises who do not comply may be subject to arrest and prosecution for trespassing. Anyone wishing to appeal his or her exclusion may submit an appeal in writing to the SRC Director.