It is a violation of Portland City Law (14A.50.010 Alcohol on Public Property and Public Rights of Way - Amended by Ordinance No. 184596) to bring alcohol in to the PIR venue and that includes outside the gates in the Broadacre (that is also PIR property). Alcohol may ONLY be purchased from the licensed PIR contracted food and service vendor, Spectra, on-site. Offenders will be asked to dispose of their alcoholic beverages and if uncooperative, may be asked to leave PIR and are subject to a 30-day ban from all Portland Parks. Note that random car checks may be done at the front gate.
The speed limit on PIR's 278 acres is 15 mph. Strictly Enforced. Violation may lead to expulsion from the facility.
Make yourself familiar with the PIR sound/noise policy. Details are available at Noise information
Summary is maximum Tuesday through Sunday is 103 dBA 50 feet from the source (one warning is given to mitigate. Note Mondays are 90 dBA). Standard time restrictions are from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Race engines may not be started prior to 8:00 a.m. and absolutely no engine revving prior to 8:30 a.m. NO EXCEPTIONS ALLOWED without express written permission from PIR management. This policy is strictly enforced.
It is the responsibility of the PIR user/renter groups to communicate and enforce PIR policies with their participants. In addition, the renter will make PIR aware of any pending problems and be proactive stopping any potential improper behavior. Renter will take action to eject violators from the property when behaviors exceed policies. Note that PIR and the City of Portland Parks & Recreation Department may cite offenders with a 30-day ban from all Portland Parks or involve the Portland Police Bureau if necessary.
Don't allow a few bad individuals to ruin the experience for everyone else.
Motorcycle AND Moped Helmet Law Chapter 814.269 Must wear a motorcycle helmet that is DOT- compliant. Only exception is 814.290 when operating a vehicle designed to travel with three wheels in contact with the ground at speeds of less than 15 mph.
Bicycle Helmet Law Chapter 814.485, 814.486 Oregon law requires any person under the age of 16 riding a bicycle or being carried on a bicycle to wear approved protective headgear. As a parent or person with legal responsibility for the safety and welfare of a child, you will be held responsible.
All City Parks, recreation areas and natural areas are smokefree. Signs on property include information to help those trying to quit.
Using paint or "spray chalk" is strictly prohibited at any location of the PIR grounds. ONLY children's sidewalk chalk or pure flour may be used to mark routes, cone locations etc. Violation will result in fees charged to the user group for removal and/or repair.
Pets are allowed at PIR but are the responsibility of the owner. Dogs must be on a leash at all times, and we encourage you to think twice before bringing pets as the noise of the events can be a problem for them. PIR has a dog off-leash area in the North Broadacre field which is available daily except during events when the the field is used for parking.
In most cases, Drones are not allowed at PIR. In accordance with FAA regulations, PIR does not permit the use of UAS/Drones for any type of commercial photography or videography at any time on the facility. Recreational use of UAS at PIR is also not permitted.
UAS may be requested for private use photography or videography during events. Information or requests for use are made through the PIR Office no later than two weeks prior to the event. Direct your request to email@example.com and 503-823-7223. Approved and FAA registered operators must obey all polices pertaining to photographers when inside the PIR venue. UAS will use approved Landing Zones and fly between 100 and 400 feet above ground level at all time during flight.
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