Rules of Procedure

ARTICLE 1: PURPOSE OF THE REGULATION
These regulations are applicable to the public visiting ANFA PARK (Park) as well as to persons and groups authorized to temporarily occupy premises and spaces for games, catering, events, or others.
Its purpose is to manage common life within the Park.
Anyone entering the Park must comply with these Internal Regulations, as well as the laws and regulations in force.

ARTICLE 2: OPENING HOURS
The Park is open during the hours posted at the Park entrances.
It is prohibited to enter the Park outside of opening hours.
Certain areas of the Park may, depending on their nature and the events scheduled there, have specific timetables. In the latter case, specific applicable provisions are posted at the entrance to the Park.

ARTICLE 3: ACCESS TO THE PARK
Access to the Park is free.
Inside the Park, access to certain spaces may be chargeable during demonstrations or events. He is then the subject of an access permit.
A check is made at the entrance to these spaces.
Unannounced checks may be carried out inside these spaces and access tickets must be able to be presented at any time.

ARTICLE 4: ACCESS CONTROL
The public is required to submit to access control operations at the Park, in particular the visual control of personal effects.
The public is required to submit to any individual searches and palpations and bag checks imposed and carried out by the officers responsible for controlling the Park.
In general, the Park Management, and for security reasons, reserves the right to visually inspect the personal belongings of visitors at the entrance to the Park. In the event of refusal on the part of the visitor, the Management reserves the right to deny him access.

ARTICLE 5: AUTHORIZED MEANS OF TRANSPORT
For safety reasons, cycling is prohibited for adults.
No motorized transport is allowed in the Park with the exception of wheelchairs for sick people or people with reduced mobility.

ARTICLE 6: PROHIBITED ACTS AND BEHAVIOR
It is strictly prohibited:
To picnic;
To enter intoxicated;
To break in by force or by fraud;
Introduce and / or consume narcotics;
Introduce emblems and / or banners into the Park;
To introduce, wear or display in the Park badges, signs, symbols recalling any ideology;
To introduce without legitimate reason all objects likely to constitute a weapon such as knives, scissors, cutters, razors, bottles, glasses, cans, flagpoles, sticks, standards, steel balls, bolts, safety shoes or having a external metal frame, chain belts….

  • Introducing explosive, flammable or volatile substances
  • To cross the fences, to break the defenses displayed;
  • To engage in races, jostling, sliding or climbing;
  • Throw papers, litter, chewing gum… on the ground;
  • To make use of slingshot, to throw various objects, to climb on the fences;
  • To engage without authorization in any trade, in particular itinerant, publicity or propaganda, to proceed to quests, to distribute or sell leaflets, printed matter, newspapers, badges or objects of any nature;
  • To annoy other people by any noisy demonstration and, in particular by listening to transistor devices and by the use of musical instruments, except on the occasion of demonstrations subject to authorization;
  • To use spaces and equipment in a way that is not in accordance with their intended use;
  • Organize any event or show without having previously obtained authorization;
  • Organize any guided tour without having obtained the authorization of the Park Management to do so;
  • Damage any furniture or other equipment installed in the Park or take it out of the site;
  • To engage in any fireworks activity, unless previously agreed.

ARTICLE 7: INSTRUCTIONS FOR UNAUTHORIZED OBJECTS
A free locker is available to the public at the reception building to allow them to deposit objects and effects the introduction of which is not authorized on the site.
Numbered tickets are given to depositors; in case of loss of these tickets, users can recover the objects deposited after 48 hours from the date of deposit.

ARTICLE 8: SUSPECT DEPOSITS
The lockers can refuse those whose presence is not compatible with the security or the good behavior of the establishment. In the event of a suspicious deposit, verifications may be carried out by security or law enforcement officials, in the presence of the depositors

ARTICLE 9: FORGOTTEN DEPOSITS
Effects and objects not removed when the Park is closed are available to their owners for 48 hours at the reception. After this period, they are kept in the storage depot one month before destruction or donation to charities

ARTICLE 10: ITEMS FOUND
Lost property must be handed over to a member of the Park staff to be dropped off at the local lockers provided for this purpose; they are kept at the disposal of their owners for 48 hours. After this period, they are kept one month before destruction or donation to charities.

ARTICLE 11: ADVERSE BEHAVIOR
In general, the public is asked to avoid causing any attitude, behavior or words, any disturbance whatsoever to the smooth running of their visit and to respect the safety instructions.
Offenders may be removed from the Park. In the event of a repeat offense, the Park management reserves the right to request a final exclusion.

ARTICLE 12: PRESERVING PREMISES
To preserve the premises, it is also forbidden:

  • To damage the plantations, to pluck up and take plants, to pick flowers, to break or cut foliage, to maim and climb trees;
  • To enter or cross the trees or shrubs;
  • To plant, to maintain plants;
  • In general, to undertake any action likely to cause degradation.

Any deterioration, deterioration or damage found on the green areas of the park, namely lawns, trees, shrubs, planters, accessories protecting them; decorative elements and ancillary equipment (sprinklers, water taps, etc.) will be punished and liable to prosecution. It is forbidden, in particular, to cut and / or take away plants, flowers, fruits and all plant elements.
It is forbidden to affix graffiti, posters, marks or soiling on Park equipment, in particular buildings and existing furniture, benches, walls, candelabra, games, grilles, buildings, trees and any other work.
Anyone who is caught in the process of intentionally degrading or damaging the movable and immovable property of the Park (tearing, breaking of windows, tags, etc.) or who threatens the safety of persons, in particular by the use of explosive or incendiary substances, will immediately be informed. the disposition of the police services.
Any damage done inside the Park by a child or adult will be under the full responsibility of the accompanying adult and may lead to prosecution.

ARTICLE 13: VIDEOSUPERVISION
The public is informed that for safety reasons, the Park is equipped with a video surveillance system 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.

ARTICLE 14: PROHIBITED GAMES
Exercises or games presenting a risk of accident to people or damage to equipment and any activity that may hinder traffic and disturb the enjoyment of the premises are prohibited.
Card games or games of chance, with stakes, are not allowed.
In Park alleys, skateboarding (except at Skate Park) or two / four wheel motorized vehicles is prohibited.
Ball games and balls are forbidden.

ARTICLE 15: COMPLIANCE WITH RECOMMENDATIONS OR INJUNCTIONS
In the public interest, the public is required to refer to any recommendations or injunctions addressed to it by Park staff for reasons of service or safety.

ARTICLE 16: GROUPS VISITS
Group visits are carried out in the constant presence of a manager, member of the group, who enforces the requirements of these regulations and discipline.
Security personnel are authorized to exclude from the site all groups whose supervision does not meet the standards or in the event of indiscipline.
Group visits that take place during Park opening hours should not cause any inconvenience to other people and, for this purpose, groups may be split as needed.

ARTICLE 17: VISITORS GROUPS
Visitor groups are subject to all the prohibitions resulting from this regulation.
Park Management reserves the right to arrange and modify, at its discretion, the visiting group tour.

ARTICLE 18: ANIMALS INTRODUCTION
Access to the Park is forbidden to dangerous dogs.
For dogs within the meaning of these Rules of Procedure, dogs that are distinguished by their aggression and danger to humans are distinguished by their race or morphological characteristics.
Dogs must be constantly on a leash and under the control of the person who walks them, taking care not to cause any inconvenience to other users.
Each owner must ensure that his animal does not defile the space with his droppings. He must bring any means at his convenience (bag, clip …) to pick them up.
Access to children’s play areas is prohibited for animals for reasons of hygiene and safety.
Supervised education, training and agility exercises are prohibited.
The introduction of all other animals is prohibited.

ARTICLE 19: THEFT AND DAMAGES
The Park Management declines all responsibility in the event of loss, theft or damage to personal property throughout the Park. It is recommended to use the instructions provided to keep any valuables.

ARTICLE 20: RESPECT FOR ACCESS
For security reasons, it is forbidden to park in front of entrances, entrances, exits.
Any offender will be made available to the Police Services.

ARTICLE 21: PUBLIC PHOTOGRAPHY
The public is informed that it is likely to be photographed and filmed.

ARTICLE 22: SHOTS AND SOUND RECORDINGS
Sound recordings and recordings can not be made in the Park without the express permission of AUDA.
Similarly, installations or technical equipment may not be photographed, filmed or recorded without such authorization.
A tolerance is left to the amateurs, the AUDA reserving however the right to prohibit the shots and recordings of any nature in certain spaces or on the occasion of certain manifestations which it will specially designate.

ARTICLE 23: SECURITY OF STAFF AND THIRD PARTIES
The public shall refrain from any act likely to threaten the safety of staff and third parties.
Any accident or abnormal event is immediately reported to a member of staff.

ARTICLE 24: SITE EVACUATION
If the evacuation of the premises is made necessary, it is carried out in the order and the discipline under the guidance of the personnel of security and safety and the persons in charge of evacuation, in accordance with the instructions received by these and with the safety regulation .

ARTICLE 25: PROCEDURE IN CASE OF ACCIDENT OR SICKNESS
In the event of an accident or of discomfort, it is forbidden to move the patient or the casualty, to drink it or to administer any medicine to him before the arrival of the helpers.
If he is among the public, a doctor or a nurse, he will remain with the casualty until help arrives. He will communicate his name and address to Park staff on the premises.

ARTICLE 26: SUPERVISION OF MISSING CHILDREN
Any lost child is taken to the Reception Building by the security agents. In any case, and in any case after the closure of the Park, the lost child is entrusted to the police officers.

ARTICLE 27: ALERT PROVISION
In all situations likely to compromise the safety of people and property in the Park, warning provisions can be made, including the closure of access and control of exits.

ARTICLE 28: CASE OF EXCESSIVE AFFLUENCE
In case of excessive influx, disturbances, strikes and, in any situation likely to compromise the safety of persons and property, the total or partial closure of the Park and the control of the entrances by any appropriate means may be carried out .
The Park Management takes any measure imposed by the circumstances and in particular the establishment of checks bags or packages at the entrances of the Park.

ARTICLE 29: LIMIT OF LIABILITY
Park management can not be held responsible for accidents resulting from an infringement of the present regulations.

ARTICLE 30: NON-COMPLIANCE WITH RULES OF PROCEDURE
Failure to comply with these regulations exposes offenders to the expulsion from the institution and, where applicable, to legal proceedings.

ARTICLE 31: CLAIMS REGISTER
A complaints register is available to the public at the Reception Building to enable it to record any observations concerning the holding of the establishment or staff.
Any information concerning this Regulation or its application may be obtained from the reception services.

ARTICLE 32: UPDATE OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE
Any supplement or modification of these Internal Regulations becomes operational as soon as it is published.