WAYNE BARTHOLOMEW FAMILY PARK POLICY
Policy Effective: May 1, 2018
Pavilion Area: The pavilion area includes the structures built and designated as a pavilion and the space within the reserved area of a pavilion. Pavilion reservation areas do not include any of the beach, the restrooms, grass areas, and/or any other public areas.
Public Areas: The beach, restrooms, outside concession operation area, parking lot, grass, and the pond will be considered public areas. Public areas may not be reserved and will be kept available for all to use and enjoy.
Springville Resident: A person who can prove that they reside within Springville City limits.
Non-Resident: A person who does not have residence in the City limits.
Responsible Party: The person who makes a pavilion reservation will be considered the responsible party for that group.
- All park patrons will be expected to conform to all posted City Park ordinances, rules, guidelines, and standards.
- The Park closes at 10:00 p.m. for all Park users. Park quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. through 7:00 a.m.
- Devices that play music must be kept at a volume where only the individual/group using the device can hear the music
- City services will be available April through October, as weather allows. The park can be used outside the proposed months but City services, restroom facilities, and concession operations will not be available to the public.
- Concession operations will be available during the summer season when school is not in session.
- Except for City owned or authorized motorized water crafts, no motorized craft will be allowed on the water.
- No dogs or pets will be allowed on the beach or in the water. All dogs must be on a leash, 6 ft. max. Service animals may be on the beach, but not in the water because of health regulations.
- The City will follow DWR fishing regulations. The DWR will be responsible to oversee adherence to fishing regulations. The DWR will stock the pond with trout.
- No fishing is allowed along the beach area.
- Fish may not be field dressed in the park. Fish entrails, or other body parts of the fish, may not be disposed of in the water or the park.
- Open fires, Dutch ovens, barbeques, any device with natural gas and/or propane, or anything of the like, are not allowed on the park property. BBQ stands are available at each pavilion.
- No food is allowed on the water. For safety reasons, glass bottles of any kind are not allowed in the park, on the beach, or on the water.
- Canopies can be a maximum size of 10 ft. X 10 ft. and are only allowed on the grass areas. Canopies are not allowed on the beach. Small sport umbrellas 60 inches or less in size are allowed on the beach.
- Trailers cannot be parked in the main parking lot and those pulling a trailer must use the upper parking lot along Canyon Road.
- Patron parking areas for the Park will be allowed in the following designated areas: The main parking lot for the Park, the upper parking lot on Canyon Road, and Canyon Road between 2750 East and 2900 East-South side of the road only.
- All areas designated as Patron parking for the Park will be free for a Springville City resident so long as they have acquired the required parking permit. All non-residents, or resident vehicles without a parking permit, will be required to pay a parking fee to park in Patron parking areas. City may hire a third party company to collect non-resident parking fees and enforce parking regulations in Patron parking areas.
- All Springville City residents can acquire a parking permit at the Civic Center and the Community Services building. One parking pass allowed per household.
- Concession hours will be set through a contract with a concessionaire.
- Fees for reservations will be set forth in the City’s fee schedule and approved by the City Council.
- Park patrons are responsible to pick up and remove all of their trash.
- Trash should be placed in provided garbage containers or hauled away from the park.
- No smoking on the Park premises.
- No alcohol is allowed on the Park premises.
- No person shall discharge a firearm in a city park.
- Patrons are expected to treat the grounds, buildings, and landscaping with respect and may be fined for damages.
Pavilion Use General Guidelines
- All pavilion users will be expected to conform to all City Park rules, guidelines, and standards.
- Pavilion reservations only provide the person reserving the pavilion the right to use the reserved pavilion in compliance with this policy.
- Pavilion reservations will be available either online, in person at the Community Services Building, or by phone.
- To reserve online you must do so at least 3 days before desired date. Otherwise, call (801) 489-2770 (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) to make a reservation. Same day reservations will not be taken.
- Pavilion fees as set in fee schedule.
- Pavilions will be available for reservation in three hour blocks. Blocks will be 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
- All pavilion reservation fees must be paid in full at the time the reservation is made.
- CANCELLATION POLICY: If cancellation is made at least three months prior to your reservation, a 90% refund will be given. If cancellation is made at least one week to three months prior, a 50% refund will be given. Cancellations received within one week prior to your reservation will not receive a refund . No refund will be given if your group simply chooses not to use the pavilion or bad weather occurs.
- Pavilion reservations for the season will be made available to the general public in January each year and extend through the end of the season.
- The City may make reservations available to Springville residents prior to making them available to non-residents.
- Pavilion groups may not occupy any of the pavilion area prior to the reservation start time, and must vacate the pavilion area prior to the reservation end time.
- Pavilions may be used on a first come first serve basis if the pavilion has not been reserved.
- Pavilion groups who arrive early or leave late may be charged a fine as set forth in the City’s fee schedule and/or asked to vacate the Park with no refund of reservation fees.
- Each pavilion has a maximum capacity, as follows:
- Pavilions A & B have a maximum capacity of 20 people.
- Pavilions C & D have a maximum capacity of 30 people.
- Pavilion E has a maximum capacity of 40 people.
- Reservations can be made for groups that exceed pavilion capacity so long as the pavilion capacity limit is not exceeded when the pavilion is being used.
- If a group makes a false reservation, or exceeds pavilion capacity, they may be asked to vacate the Park with no refund of any reservation monies.
- City staff is under no obligation to find a location for oversized groups.
- Non-residents with a pavilion reservation will need to pay the parking fee.
Responsibility of Pavilion Groups
- The person who makes the reservation will be considered the responsible party for their pavilion group.
- The responsible party will be responsible to ensure that all members of their group are aware of the Park rules, regulations, and guidelines, and to ensure that the same are followed.
- The responsible party will be required to be present during the duration of the reservation, or to introduce Parks staff to their designated responsible party.
- The responsible party that makes the reservation will be financially liable for any and all damage, destruction, or vandalism that occurs as a result of their group’s use of the Park.
The responsible party that makes a pavilion reservation may also be liable for pavilion reservation fees paid by other pavilion users, if their group’s activities prohibit those patrons from being able to reasonably enjoy the Park.