Holiday Light Parade

Join us on Euclid Avenue for an amazing Holiday Parade full of lights!

FREE for all ages!

 

Holiday Light Parade

Saturday December 3

6:30 PM on Euclid Ave.

 

Parade Applications Now Open

Register HERE!

 

 

For more information, please call (909) 395-2020.

 

 

 

ACCORDION
City of Ontario Special Event Code of Conduct

THE CODE OF CONDUCT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED TO PROMOTE A SAFE, SECURE, AND ENJOYABLE ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL GUESTS. GUESTS SHALL BE COURTEOUS TO ALL OTHER GUESTS, PARTICIPANTS, EVENT OFFICIALS, ENTERTAINERS, CITY AND PRIVATE PROPERTY. GUESTS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE DIRECTION AND INSTRUCTIONS OF EVENT OFFICIALS, SECURITY PERSONNEL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT.

  • Guests shall not willfully and maliciously disturb other guests, participants, event officials, or entertainer’s enjoyment of the event by engaging in inappropriate conduct. Inappropriate conduct includes but is not limited to:
    • Physical abuse, verbal abuse, threats, or intimidations;
    • Use of profane, obscene or vulgar language or gestures, except that non-violent political speech or expression shall be respected;
    • Unwanted physical contact;
    • Theft, vandalism, or destruction of property belonging to guests, participants, event officials, or entertainers including city and personal property;
    • Smoking both tobacco products and/or electronic smoking devices, whether in parks per Ontario Municipal Code Chapter 13A of Title 6, or whether at non-park events;
    • Use of fighting words or purposeful, malicious, or willful conduct that incites or provokes a violent reaction by others;
    • Throwing projectiles of any kind;
    • Any activity or conduct deemed by the venue to be inappropriate to the peace and good order of events or which may adversely affect the safety of persons or property.
  • No person shall engage in lewd or dissolute conduct pursuant to California Penal Code Section 647(a).
  • Operating unauthorized recreational and/or personal transportation devices (such as bicycles, skateboards, golf carts, go-peds, scooters or motorized carts), except by persons with a mobility disability, are not permitted.
  • Discarding litter anywhere, except in designated trash receptacles, is prohibited.
  • All dogs must be on a leash not exceeding six (6) feet.
  • Unauthorized use of utilities (including electrical outlets) is prohibited.
  • Children under the age of fourteen (14) years old must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • Entering the event area barefoot or shirtless, or with poor bodily hygiene, per California Penal Code 370, is prohibited.
  • All persons must wear shoes and pants (skirt, shorts, etc.).
  • No outside alcohol or Illegal drug possession and use is prohibited.
    • For events where Alcoholic beverages are available the following will apply
      • Alcoholic beverages can be purchased exclusively within specifically designated areas.
      • Alcohol sales may terminate at any time at the sole discretion of event officials.
      • Guests who consume alcoholic beverages shall not violate California Penal Code Section 647(f) by becoming so intoxicated that he or she:
        • Is unable to exercise care for his or her own safety or the safety of others; or
        • Is interfering with, obstructing, or preventing others from using streets, sidewalks, or other public ways.
  • Intervention with an impaired or intoxicated guest will be handled in a prompt and safe manner.
  • Unauthorized soliciting of money or contributions for any purpose is prohibited, except for those who have a permit under Ontario Municipal Code Section 3-1.714.
  • Unauthorized sale of products or services is prohibited pursuant to Ontario Municipal Code Section 10-1.18.
  • For safety reasons, guests are prohibited from bringing the following items to the event:
    • Aerosol cans;
    • Barbeque or other cooking equipment (unless approved by event officials);
    • Sound amplifying devices;
    • Confetti or smoke-producing products;
    • Poles/sticks to display flags, banners, signs, etc.;
    • Camping tents;
    • Firearms of any kind held at a non-park event, unless pursuant to a valid Concealed Weapon Permit, pepper spray, tear gas, handcuffs, stun guns, explosives, brass knuckles, sticks, clubs, batons, martial arts instruments, knives, etc.;
    • Firearms of any kind at any event held at a park, whether a person holds a valid Concealed Weapon Permit or not; and
    • Any other item deemed inappropriate or dangerous by the venue in its sole discretion.
  • The list of prohibited items is subject to change at any time by event officials.

VIOLATION OF CODE OF CONDUCT
Violation of any codes from this Code of Conduct may result in removal from the event area including but not limited to suspension from future Ontario Special Events. Any decision of the Recreation and Community Services Director to suspend an individual from future Ontario Special Events may be appealed to the Recreation and Parks Commission, subject to the time and notice terms of the Suspension Letter. If a guest is in possession of a prohibited item, he or she will be asked to remove that item from the event immediately. Guests are encouraged to report inappropriate behavior to event officials. We welcome your help in our efforts to provide an enjoyable experience for all guests.

MEDIA DISCLAIMER NOTICE
During today’s event, you may be photographed, videotaped, or filmed by authorized parties. Your attendance/admission serves as permission for use of these images by the City of Ontario.

CONTACT INFORMATION
For any questions or comments about this information, please contact the City of Ontario’s Recreation & Community Services Department at RecreationInfo@OntarioCA.gov or at (909) 395-2020.

 
Adopted by the Recreation & Parks Commission, June 27, 2022

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