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RCSC Board Policy Resolution No. 10

Code of Conduct and RCSC Rules and Regulations

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WHEREAS Article IV, Section 7 of the Corporate Bylaws empowers the Board of Directors (“Board” or “Directors”) of the Recreation Centers of Sun City, Inc. (“RCSC” or “Corporation”) to adopt Policies (“BP” or “Policies”) not in conflict with the Restated Articles of Incorporation (“Articles”) or the Corporate Bylaws (“Bylaws”).

WHEREAS to minimize inconsistencies, misunderstandings and misinterpretations inherent in verbal instructions, rules and regulations, the Board of Directors has established Board Policies in written form. Such Policies shall be titled, numbered and indexed for easy reference and use.

WHEREAS the Restated Articles of Incorporation and the Corporate Bylaws shall take precedence over Board Policies and that the following Board Policy on Code of Conduct and RCSC Rules and Regulations shall provide instruction, direction and guidelines regarding such and shall remain in effect until such time it is amended or removed by the Board.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the Corporation shall adhere to the following Code of Conduct and RCSC Rules and Regulations policy:

The following constitutes the Cardholders and Guests Code of Conduct and RCSC Rules & Regulations for use of RCSC facilities by Cardholders and their guests. Cardholders who fail to comply may temporarily or permanently have their RCSC Cardholder privileges suspended and be denied use of all RCSC facilities, as determined by the Board of Directors. Anyone may report failure to comply by completing an Incident Report, which can be obtained at any facility that is monitored by RCSC personnel.

Except where specifically stated otherwise, anyone using RCSC facilities with open sores, wounds, skin irritations, or any other such abnormal condition must have them completely enclosed in bandages.

Cardholders and Guests Code of Conduct

1. Cardholders and guests must not jeopardize or interfere with the rights and privileges of others. Any Cardholder whose conduct is unbecoming or who breaks any RCSC Rules or Regulations is subject to disciplinary action.

2. Cardholders are responsible for the conduct of their guests.

3. Cardholders and guests will refrain from loud, profane, indecent or abusive language.

4. Cardholders and guests will not harass or abuse, verbally or physically, any other person.

5. Cardholders and guests will not compromise the safety of others. Cardholders and guests will obey all safety rules and will refrain from any and all unsafe activities.

6. Cardholders will be held responsible for any damage to RCSC property caused by the Cardholder or their guest(s).

7. Cardholders will not reprimand or discipline any RCSC employee or interfere in the management of RCSC. Comments and complaints must be submitted in writing and dropped into Comment Boxes located throughout RCSC facilities which will then be directed to the respective RCSC supervisor, golf superintendent, and/or Management.

8. Cardholders are prohibited from profiting financially by charging guests for the use of RCSC facilities.

9. Appropriate dress is required at all RCSC facilities. If more specific guidelines for such are not provided within the Corporate Rules & Regulations for specific RCSC facilities, the discretion of what is deemed appropriate shall be left to the judgment of RCSC personnel monitoring or supervising the facilities.

10. Petitions and solicitations are not allowed on RCSC property, except RCSC Board candidates.

11. Groups of ten (10) or more, who desire to use RCSC recreation centers’ monitored activity areas, must obtain prior written approval from the Corporate Office.

12. Groups of sixteen (16) or more, who desire to use RCSC golf courses, must obtain prior written approval from the Golf Administrative Office.

Minimum Age Requirements for Guests

Anyone under the age of 19 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Swimming Pools (minimum age for Bell & Sundial pools is 18 years) 4 years old
Miniature Golf 4 years old
Bowling 4 years old
Fishing 6 years old
Pickleball 8 years old
Racquetball/Handball 8 years old
Shuffleboard 8 years old
Table Tennis 8 years old
Tennis 8 years old
Golf (practice facilities, driving range) 8 years old
Golf (executive courses after 1 pm) 8 years old
Bocce 8 years old
Horseshoes 12 years old
Golf (regulation courses) 12 years old
Billiards/Snooker 14 years old
Fitness Centers (minimum age for Bell & Sundial Fitness is 18 years old) 14 years old
Spas minimum age for Bell & Sundial spas is 18 years old) 16 years old
Lawn Bowling 16 years old

 

RCSC Cardholders who misrepresent their guest’s age or provide their RCSC card for others to use shall be subject to temporary or permanent suspension of all Cardholder privileges, including denial of use of any or all RCSC facilities, as determined by the Board of Directors.

Fitness Centers

Fitness Area Safety

1. Fitness areas in the recreation centers are not supervised. Use of equipment and participation in the fitness areas in the recreation centers is at the user’s own risk.

2. Please refer to the equipment placards or ask RCSC personnel on duty for equipment operating instructions.

3. It is advised that everyone consult a physician before using any equipment or participating in any exercise program.

4. Persons using fitness equipment that is provided with an automatic safety shutoff device (such as the line on treadmills), must properly use the device (attach the line to themselves) when using the fitness equipment.

5. Respect of others is required at all times when using the fitness areas in the recreation center.

General Fitness Area

1. All RCSC Cardholders and their guests using the fitness areas or any part of a recreation center must sign in with RCSC personnel. RCSC Cardholders must be a Cardholder in good standing and present a valid and current RCSC Card in order for themselves or their guests to use RCSC facilities. If an RCSC Cardholder occasionally forgets their RCSC Card, they may be allowed to use their Member or Privilege card number to verify they are a Cardholder in good standing and a government issued picture identification to verify their identity in order to gain entry to RCSC facilities.

2. Only persons holding a current and valid RCSC Card or guests with appropriate documents (BP 9) may use the facility. Personal trainers other than those approved by the RCSC are not allowed.

3. Gym bags must be stored in a locker in the shower room or in one of the “cubbies” provided at the fitness area entrance.

4. Please keep the fitness areas in the recreation center clean by throwing trash in the receptacles provided.

5. Eating is not permitted in the fitness or weight lifting areas. Only clear water in capped plastic bottles is permitted. Enhanced, vitamin, flavored or colored water is not allowed.

6. Any person failing to abide by policy or safety rules will be asked to leave the area if they do not comply after being notified by RCSC personnel.

7. RCSC personnel’s judgment with respect to issues involving safety, sanitation, clothing, footwear and rules interpretation will prevail.

8. Appropriate workout attire should be worn:

a. Athletic pants or shorts are acceptable.

b. Muscle shirts, half shirts, uncovered sports bras, or swim suits are not permitted.

c. Rubber soled athletic or tennis type shoes fastened with laces or Velcro are acceptable.

d. Bare feet, sandals, flip flops, work boots, hiking boots, or street shoes are not permitted.

9. Cardholders are not permitted to adjust the volume of or select channels on the televisions. Please see RCSC personnel for all television adjustments.

10. Please report any malfunctioning equipment to RCSC personnel on duty.

Cardiovascular & Strength Equipment

1. When others are waiting, please limit your workout to 30 minutes on cardiovascular equipment and 10 minutes on strength equipment.

2. Please use the sign up board when all equipment is in use so you may use the equipment on a first-come first-served basis.

3. After each use, please wipe off the equipment with the paper towels provided. Please do not wipe off the display console on the machine as damage may result.

Free Weights & Smith Machines:

1. When others are waiting, please limit your workout to 30 minutes on free weights and Smith machines.

2. To avoid risk of injury or dropping weights on the floor, please use a spotter when training with free weights.

3. The use of barbells or dumbbells outside the free weight area is not permitted.

4. Please return all dumbbells and barbells to their appropriate rack when you have finished using them.

Recreation Center Spas

Spa Safety

1. There is no lifeguard on duty. Use of the spas is at the user’s own risk.

2. Spa facilities at Lakeview and Fairway centers are equipped to accommodate disabled persons.

3. Extended exposure to hot water and vapors may be detrimental to the health of some persons. Consult your physician prior to using spas.

4. Spa temperatures are set at a maximum of 104° F.

5. Users shall not stay in the spa longer than 15 minutes at a time and shall wait 2 hours before using the spa again.

6. Running, horseplay, or diving is not permitted.

7. Please respect all other spa users.

8. Do not sit on the steps leading into the spa.

General Spa

1. All Cardholders and their guests using the spa must sign in with RCSC personnel. RCSC Cardholders must be a Cardholder in good standing and present a valid and current RCSC Card in order for themselves or their guests to use RCSC facilities. If an RCSC Cardholder occasionally forgets their RCSC Card, they may be allowed to use their Member or Privilege card number to verify they are a Cardholder in good standing and a government issued picture identification to verify their identity in order to gain entry to RCSC facilities.

2. Only persons holding a current and valid RCSC Card or guests with appropriate documents (BP 9) may use the facility.

3. Eating or drinking is not permitted in the spa excluding clear water in manufacturer’s original plastic container with lid.

4. Glass containers, chewing gum, tobacco products, and alcoholic products are not permitted.

5. Any person failing to abide by policy or safety rules will be asked to leave the area if they do not comply after being notified by RCSC personnel.

6. The RCSC personnel’s judgment with respect to issues involving safety, sanitation, clothing, and rules interpretation will prevail.

Spa Sanitation

1. Showers are required before entering the spa whether or not you have showered at home. Showering after using the spa is highly recommended to remove any residual chemicals and minerals.

2. Appropriate, modest swim attire must be worn. Cut-offs are not permitted. The discretion of what is deemed appropriate, modest swim attire shall be left to the judgment of RCSC personnel monitoring the facilities.

3. No personal grooming is allowed in the spa.

4. Persons with bandages, open sores, infections, or a communicable disease are prohibited from using the spa.

5. Cardholders and their guests must observe posted Maricopa Health Department Rules and Regulations.

Swimming Pools

Children ages 4 to 15 may use pools during designated children’s hours only and must be accompanied by an adult (19 years of age or older). Infants or children under the age of four (4) years are not allowed inside any fenced and/or walled pool areas at any time. Guests 16 years of age or older may use pools (except Bell & Sundial) during regular hours but must be accompanied by an adult. No one under 18 years of age is permitted in Bell or Sundial, pools. Fairway and Sundial pools have special accommodations for handicapped persons. Children ages 4 through 7 must have a supervising adult in the water with them at all times.

Swimming Pool Safety

1. There is no lifeguard on duty. Use of the pool is at the user’s own risk.

2. Running, horseplay, or diving in shallow areas of a pool or in designated “no diving” areas are not permitted.

3. All motorized wheelchairs and scooters are to remain at least five (5) feet away from the swimming pool or spa edge at all times.

4. For safety reasons, chairs, lounges, tables, and other items that could obstruct or interfere with access to and from the pool area will be restricted to designated areas.

5. Lane ropes, ramps, and stair rails are used to assist and guide pool users. Lane ropes are not designed to support a person’s body weight. Please use only for their intended purposes.

6. During rain, thunder, and lightning storms, or other inclement conditions, RCSC personnel may clear and close outdoor pools until such conditions pass. RCSC is not responsible for monitoring weather conditions, and each person should immediately exit the pool area if lightning is observed or thunder is heard.

7. Please respect the lap swimmers by not sitting, standing, or walking in the lanes designated for lap swimming.

General Swimming Pool

1. All Cardholders and their guests using the swimming pools must sign in with RCSC personnel. RCSC Cardholders must be a Cardholder in good standing and present a valid and current RCSC Card in order for themselves or their guests to use RCSC facilities. If an RCSC Cardholder occasionally forgets their RCSC Card, they may be allowed to use their Member or Privilege card number to verify they are a Cardholder in good standing and a government issued picture identification to verify their identity in order to gain entry to RCSC facilities.

2. Eating or drinking is permitted in designated areas only. No eating or drinking in the pools excluding clear water in manufacturer’s original plastic container with lid.

3. Glass containers, chewing gum, and alcoholic products are not permitted.

4. Smoking is permitted at some locations and in designated areas only. (Cigarette receptacles are provided for everyone’s use and convenience.) Electronic cigarettes are not permitted within and on RCSC facilities except in designated smoking areas.

5. Any person failing to abide by policy or safety rules will be asked to leave the area if they do not comply after being notified by RCSC personnel.

6. The RCSC personnel’s judgment with respect to issues involving safety, sanitation, clothing, and rules interpretation will prevail.

Swimming Pool Gear & Shoes

1. Aqua shoes, or shoes compatible with walking in water, are the only footwear approved for use in RCSC pools. Such shoes are to be worn only in the pool/spa areas and should not be worn as street shoes or worn outside the pool and spa area.

2. The following swimming pool gear are permitted in all RCSC pools: a. Arm Floats

b. Aqua Belts

c. Swim Goggles, Swim Masks & Snorkels

d. Foam Dumb Bells (not to exceed 2 feet in length)

e. Swim Fins

f. Dive Sticks

3. The following swimming pool gear are permitted in adult only RCSC pools (Bell & Sundial): a. Kickboards

4. The following swimming pool gear are not permitted at or in any RCSC pools: a. Inner Tubes

b. Noodles

c. Air Mattresses

d. Floating Chairs

e. Balls of any kind excluding Water Volleyball Club use

f. Or objects not listed as permitted above.

Swimming Pool Sanitation

1. Showers are required before entering the pool whether or not you have showered at home. Showering after using the pool is highly recommended to remove any residual chemicals and minerals.

2. Appropriate, modest swim attire must be worn. Cut-offs are not permitted. The discretion of what is deemed appropriate, modest swim attire shall be left to the judgment of RCSC personnel monitoring or supervising the facilities.

3. No personal grooming is allowed in the pool.

4. Persons with bandages, open sores, infections, or a communicable disease are prohibited from using the pool.

5. Only waterproof sunscreen is allowed in pool areas to reduce maintenance costs.

6. Cardholders and their guests must observe Maricopa County Health Department Rules and Regulations.

Tennis, Pickleball, Racquetball/Handball, & Lawn Bowling

1. All Cardholders and their guests using the tennis, pickleball, or racquetball/handball courts and lawn bowling greens must sign in with RCSC personnel. RCSC Cardholders must be a Cardholder in good standing and present a valid and current RCSC Card in order for themselves or their guests to use RCSC facilities. If an RCSC Cardholder occasionally forgets their RCSC Card, they may be allowed to use their Member or Privilege card number to verify they are a Cardholder in good standing and a government issued picture identification to verify their identity in order to gain entry to RCSC facilities.

2. All players must wear appropriate, modest sports attire and athletic or tennis shoes that fasten with laces or Velcro.

3. Food, tobacco products, and glass containers are not allowed in the court enclosures. Water or other drinks in an unbreakable (plastic) container with a lid are permitted.

4. Adherence to any and all rules posted at courts is required.

Billiards/Snooker, Bocce, Fishing, Horseshoes, Miniature Golf, Shuffleboard, Table Tennis

1. All Cardholders and their guests using billiards/snooker, bocce, fishing, horseshoe, miniature golf, shuffleboard, and/or table tennis facilities must sign in with RCSC personnel. RCSC Cardholders must be a Cardholder in good standing and present a valid and current RCSC Card in order for themselves or their guests to use RCSC facilities. If an RCSC Cardholder occasionally forgets their RCSC Card, they may be allowed to use their Member or Privilege card number to verify they are a Cardholder in good standing and a government issued picture identification to verify their identity in order to gain entry to RCSC facilities.

2. Appropriate, modest attire must be worn. The discretion of what is deemed appropriate, modest attire shall be left to the judgment of RCSC personnel monitoring the facilities.

3. Except for fishing, bathing or swimming attire is not permitted.

4. Men must wear shirts with sleeves.

5. Shirts with offensive language or design are not permitted.

6. Ladies must wear appropriate attire. Halter tops, tube tops, and bra-type halter tops are not permitted.

7. Shoes must be worn.

8. Food, tobacco products, and glass containers are not allowed in the billiards/snooker, bocce, lawn bowling, fishing, horseshoe, miniature golf, racquetball/handball, shuffleboard, and/or table tennis facilities. Water only, in an unbreakable (plastic) container with a lid, is permitted in the Racquetball/Handball and Shuffleboard courts. No drinks are allowed in the Billiards/Snooker areas. Water or other drinks in an unbreakable (plastic) container with a lid are permitted in the bocce, lawn bowling, fishing, horseshoe and miniature golf areas.

9. Adherence to any and all rules posted at RCSC facilities is required.

Golf Courses

Children under 8 years of age are not permitted to play the courses or use the practice facilities. Children 8 years of age and older are permitted on all driving ranges and practice facilities, and may play the Executive Courses after 1:00pm seven days a week if accompanied by an adult 19 years of age or older. Children 12 years of age and older are permitted to use all courses and practice facilities. All guests under 19 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. An RCSC Cardholder is not required to play with an adult guest, but the Cardholder must be a Cardholder in good standing and send his/her valid and current RCSC card with the guest to sign in for play.

General Golf

1. Cardholders in good standing may use the golf facilities for a reduced rate. RCSC Cardholders must present a valid RCSC Card in order to receive the reduced rate. If an RCSC Cardholder occasionally forgets their RCSC Card, they may be allowed to use their Member or Privilege card number to verify they are a Cardholder in good standing and a government issued picture identification to verify their identity in order to receive the reduced rate.

2. Guests of Cardholders in good standing may use the golf facilities for the guest rate.

3. Renewal of annual golf permits/passes can be done prior to the expiration date, however, if the card is due to expire after such time that there is an increase in the fee for an annual golf permit/pass, the renewal will be done at the new increased rate or at an earlier date. If annual property assessments are not current, annual golf permits/passes will not be honored.

4. All players and their guests must check in with RCSC personnel at the Pro Shop prior to entering the course. After 5 pm when the pro shops are closed, All Course No Fee Golf Permits and After 5 Golf Cards are allowed to play without checking in with RCSC personnel.

5. Non-golfers are not allowed on the course, including cart paths, during golfing hours, excluding a rider who must remain in the golf cart at all times. Golfing hours are defined as beginning at the first tee time until sunset. Organized events may allow spectators at the discretion of the Director of Golf.

6. Pets are not allowed on the golf course at any time.

7. Fishing is not allowed on RCSC golf courses except on the first day the course is closed for overseeding.

8. Except for bicycles specifically manufactured for golf course use and approved by the Director of Golf, bicycles are not allowed on the golf course, including cart paths, during golfing hours, defined as beginning at the first tee time until sunset.

9. Practicing is not allowed on the course at any time. Please use practice facilities for this purpose.

10. Range baskets are not permitted outside of practice facilities.

Golf Dress Code

1. Proper golf attire is required at all times in all golf areas, including: the course, the practice facilities, the clubhouse, the pro shop and the patios.

2. Shorts are permitted. Shorts must be hemmed. No “short-shorts” or cut-off shorts are allowed. Bathing or swimming attire is not permitted.

3. Men must wear shirts with sleeves. Undershirts are not permissible outer wear.

4. Shirts with offensive language or design are not permitted.

5. Ladies must wear appropriate golf attire. Halters and bra-type halters are not permitted.

6. Shoes must be worn. Tennis shoes and golf sandals are permitted. Metal spikes are not allowed. Turf-type athletic shoes are not permitted.

7. RCSC personnel monitoring the facilities are responsible for enforcing the Golf Dress Code.

Golf Etiquette

1. All golfers must register with RCSC Personnel in the Pro Shop at least 15 minutes prior to scheduled tee time.

2. Rake sand traps to a smooth surface and replace rake in trap in a position that is parallel to the line of play.

3. Fix ball marks on greens and replace divots on tees. Sand is provided to fill fairway divots.

4. Practicing on the golf course is allowed only in designated practice areas. Pitching or chipping is not allowed on any of the practice greens except where specified.

5. If the hole in front of you is open, allow faster players to play through.

6. To speed up play, groups should hit when ready. Abandon lost balls without undue delay and practice continuous putting.

7. Fivesomes are allowed on regulation courses. Fivesomes may be allowed on executive courses at the discretion of the Director of Golf during periods when other courses are closed.

8. The Director of Golf, or his/her designee, shall have the authority to enact and enforce any additional administrative rule or policy which contributes to good golf etiquette; speeds up play; and/or protects the safety of the golfers or spectators. Such rules shall be posted in the Pro Shops and/or on the golf course and/or on the scorecard.

Golf Carts and Pull Carts

1. Handicap golf permits are available at the Golf Administrative Office. Rules may differ for golfers who have a handicap golf permit. Handicap golf rules will be disbursed at the same time the permit is issued.

2. For safety reasons, no more than two people and two bags are permitted on the cart. The driver must have a valid driver’s license.

3. There should be no more than three carts for any group and a maximum of five players on regulation courses and four players on executive courses. At the discretion of the Director of Golf, fivesomes may be allowed on executive courses during periods when other courses are closed.

4. Motorized carts must be kept at least 30 yards from the greens and on the path at the teeing areas and practice greens.

5. Carts should stay on the paths or in the “rough” as much as possible. Special attention should be given to avoid leaving the path in areas where the grass is wet or worn.

6. When it is necessary to leave the path, the 90-degree rule should be followed. This means staying on the path until opposite your ball, driving straight to it, and straight back after hitting. The 90-degree rule prevents soil compaction and allows water to better penetrate the root system.

7. Please do not use pull carts in the area between traps and greens. All pull carts must remain in the highest cut of grass around greens and tee boxes.

Bowling Centers

Children under 4 years of age are not allowed to bowl; nor are they allowed within the bowling game areas. Regardless of age, children must be able to safely handle a bowling ball. Guests under 19 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

General Bowling

1. Food and beverages are not permitted in the bowling area.

2. Alcoholic beverages may not be brought into or out of the Bowling Centers.

3. Cardholders must show their valid RCSC card when signing in. If an RCSC Cardholder occasionally forgets their RCSC Card, they may be allowed to use their Member or Privilege card number to verify they are a Cardholder in good standing and a government issued picture identification to verify their identity in order to gain entry to RCSC facilities.

4. No one, excluding RCSC personnel, is allowed past the foul line.

5. Bowling shoes must be worn at all times while in the approach area.

6. Socks are required for renting RCSC bowling shoes.

7. Powders are not allowed in the bowling area or approaches.

8. Excessive bowling ball lofting, as determined by RCSC personnel, is not permitted.

9. RCSC is not responsible for damage to bowling balls.

10. No tobacco products of any kind may be used in the Bowling Centers.

Bowling Dress Code

1. Appropriate, modest attire must be worn. The discretion of what is deemed appropriate, modest attire shall be left to the judgment of RCSC personnel monitoring the facilities.

2. Bathing or swimming attire is not permitted.

3. Men must wear shirts with sleeves.

4. Shirts with offensive language or design are not permitted.

5. Ladies must wear appropriate attire. Halter tops and tube tops are not permitted.

6. Shoes must be worn.

7. Cardholders are responsible for informing their guests of the dress code.

8. The discretion of what is deemed appropriate attire shall be left to the judgment of RCSC personnel monitoring the facilities.

Dog Parks
Dog park(s) owned and operated by RCSC (“Park”) are unmonitored facilities and users do so at their own risk. In order to keep the Park clean and enjoyable for all who use them and the neighboring properties, the following rules must be followed:

1. The Park is open daily from 8am to 5pm in the months of January, February, November and December, and from 7am to 5pm in the months of March and October, and from 7am to 6pm in the months of April and September, and from 6am to 7pm in the months of May, June, July and August, excluding the last Wednesday of the month when the Park will be closed for maintenance. Use of the Park is strictly prohibited at any other time.

2. Dogs must be vaccinated and licensed with Maricopa County license tag attached to a collar or harness which shall be worn by the dog at all times. No more than three (3) dogs are allowed per owner/handler at any one time. Puppies under four (4) months of age are prohibited. Female dogs in heat are strictly prohibited. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Small children and infants must be kept under strict supervision and not allowed to run in the area or chase after dogs.

3. As per Maricopa County Ordinance No. 13 all dogs must be restrained by leash, chain, rope, or cord of not more than six (6) feet and of sufficient strength to control action of said dog during entrance and exit of the Park and in the surrounding areas outside of the Park. Dogs may run “off leash” while inside the Park.

4. Owners/handlers must be present in the Park at all times that their dogs are in the Park. Owners/handlers shall closely supervise and control their dogs. Dogs must be under voice control of their owners/handlers at all times. Owners/handlers must immediately clean up after their dog(s) and properly dispose of waste. Owners/handlers must stop their dogs from digging and immediately fill any holes dug.

5. Owners/handlers shall be responsible for all actions and activities of their dogs. Aggressive dog behavior is not permitted. At the first sign of aggression, dog will be leashed immediately and removed if behavior is not corrected. RCSC is not responsible for injuries to dogs, their owners/handlers, or others at the Park. As per Maricopa County Ordinance No. 13, whenever a dog bites any person, the incident shall be reported to the county enforcement agent (602-506-7387) immediately by any person having direct knowledge.

6. Food of any kind is not allowed. Dogs may not be fed, given treats, or given anything to chew while in the Park, during entrance or exit, or in the area surrounding the Park. Smoking is not allowed within the Park. Smoking is allowed in designated smoking area(s) only. If leaving the Park to smoke, dog(s) must accompany owners/handlers.

7. As per Maricopa County Ordinance No. 6, it is unlawful for any person having custody or control of a dog in Maricopa County to permit that dog to bark excessively. Owners/handlers must quiet dogs barking excessively or leave the Park.

Sunbowl/Sundial Shows & Other Performances:

All guests under 19 years of age must be accompanied by an adult (19 years or older) and all children under the age of 12 must be under adult supervision at all times. Cardholders are responsible for the conduct of their guests, including all minor children. Running, yelling, jumping or disrupting others or the performance is unacceptable and those in violation will be asked to leave RCSC facilities. If the show/performance is a ticketed event, everyone, including children, must have a ticket.

1. Non-ticketed (free) events are for RCSC Cardholders and their invited guests only.

2. Attendees are required to bring their own chair or blanket to sit on at the Sun Bowl outdoor amphitheater shows.

3. Chairs on the concrete dance floor area at the Sun Bowl outdoor amphitheater are reserved for the disabled and attendees escorted to the event on community buses. Only after the performance begins, if there is any open seating, then others may occupy those seats.

4. There is no other reserved seating at the Sun Bowl outdoor amphitheater. All seating is on a first come first served basis. There will be no placement of chairs or other materials in an attempt to reserve or otherwise “hold” the spot for others. Any chairs or items placed in the seating area in the Sunbowl Amphitheater prior to show time and left unattended will be removed and will be available in the lost and found. Neither Cardholders nor their invited guests are permitted to ask others who are seated to move because “this is where they usually sit.”

5. All attendees are asked to refrain from talking during the performances as not to disturb others or prevent their neighbor from enjoying the performance.

6. Use of cell phones is not permitted during concerts and all cell phones should be in silence mode.

7. Smoking is prohibited in the Sun Bowl outdoor amphitheater and the breezeway of the Sundial. All smoking must be within designated smoking areas.

8. Dancing is permitted at the Sun Bowl outdoor amphitheater and the Sundial auditorium.

Incident Report Procedures
Anyone can report a person or persons failing to comply with the aforementioned Code of Conduct and RCSC Rules & Regulations by completing an Incident Report, which can be obtained at any facility that is monitored by RCSC personnel.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution shall be posted on the RCSC website for members and shall be made available to members upon request at no cost.

Adopted and signed this 24th day of April, 2014 at a duly called Board meeting by a majority (5) of the Recreation Centers of Sun City, Inc. Board of Directors.