Mind your manners at Sheets Field Park
Molalla is one of the few areas in Oregon that offers facilities for BMX bikers and their families and friends. However, the city maintains a number of rules and regulations to protect everyone's safety and enjoyment. Most of the rules are just plain common sense and others were developed to ensure park users are safe. Following them allows everyone who wants to enjoy the park to have fun.
No alcoholic beverages are allowed in Sheets Field Park. Users should get special use permits and approvals through the city of Molalla. No dogs are allowed. The park is for day use only, there is no overnight camping allowed.
Users must not dump trash or litter in the park. Motor vehicles are to be operated on the roads and in parking areas designated for their use. Vehicles can park in designated areas for parking, but cannot park on the grass. Vandalism and/or abuse to park facilities, signs, structures, trees or plant material is prohibited and will result in a fine.
There are no fires allowed outside of designated locations for cooking purposes. No golfing or golf practice is allowed. People are not allowed to do geocaching, metal detecting or digging on park property. No one is allowed to possess a loaded firearm or to discharge a firearm, pellet gun, bow and arrow, slingshot or other weapon capable of injuring any person, bird or animal. Fireworks are not allowed.
People cannot use amplified music without a special use permit. Park hours are dawn to dusk. Do not enter posted restricted areas.
Violations are punishable by exclusion from the park and a fine of up to $500 for EACH offense.
All of these rules are strictly enforced by the city of Molalla in accordance with the Molalla Municipal Code and the posted rules of the park.
People seeking special permits for group and other events should contact the city of Molalla at 503-829-6855.
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