Pavilion at Troutman ESC Park

Troutman ESC Park Pavilion Rules and Regulations:


General Rules

  1. Children must be supervised at all times.
  2. Tobacco possession and use is prohibited*
  3. Vehicles shall be parked in marked spaces.
  4. Signs/banners promoting the event may be placed at the Pavilion structure and within 5 feet of the structure during the event, but not prior to the event, and must be removed promptly after the event. A Sign and Banner Permit must be completed, approved, and on file as outlined in the Town of Troutman Facility Rental and Special Event Application.
  5. Grills are allowed, but must be located a minimum of 20 feet away from the Pavilion structure. Grills are not allowed under the covered portion of the Pavilion.
  6. Pet owners are responsible for cleanup and disposal of pet waste.
  7. Activities shall not disturb or unreasonably interfere with any person utilizing public areas near and adjacent to the Pavilion facility.
  8. Decorations must be removed at the end of the event. No nails or staples may be used to affix decorations or for any other purpose. Failure to comply may result in forfeiture of the cleaning/maintenance deposit.
  9. Food sales must be in compliance with Iredell County Health Department rules and regulations. It is the responsibility of the party renting the Pavilion facility to obtain authorization from the Health Department for food sales. All required paperwork must be submitted with the Town of Troutman Facility Rental and Special Event Application.


Prohibited Objects and Activities, Except with Proper Permit:

10. Glass containers

11. Littering/Dumping

12. Nails and staples

13. Unleashed dogs

14. Firearms/ Weapons*

15. Alcoholic Beverages*

16. Fireworks

17. Excessive Noise/Amplified Music

18. Selling Goods/Services

19. Soliciting Funds/Donations


Reminders: Cancelation of a booking must be made forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the date reserved to be reimbursed all fees. In the event of inclement weather, a refund will be issued. The planned event may be rescheduled for an available day and time and funds applied to that reservation; Park and facility policies and operating hours must be observed. Time of use indicated on permit must be adhered to; The person to whom this Pavilion Facility Use Permit is issued is the contact person and must be on the premises during the entire event and have the approved permit in his/her possession during the time of approved use; The contact person to whom the Pavilion Facility Use Permit is issued is responsible for cleanup after the event and is responsible for damages incurred to the Pavilion facility, equipment, or furniture during the event.