Do I need a permit to have a bounce house in the Park?

The District allows bounce houses at Fair Oaks and Miller Parks only when renting the Picnic areas. The bounce houses can only be set up in designated areas of the park. The District requires that the renter supply an original copy of the Bounce House Company's Liability Insurance naming the Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District as additionally insured for $1,000,000 for the day of the event. Documentation of insurance must be on file at the District Office 30 days prior to the event. The District can provide a list of the bounce house companies whose insurance is current and on file at the District.

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1. What are your hours of operation?
2. What time do the parks open and close?
3. How many facilities and parks are there in the District?
4. What are the District's rental opportunities?
5. How much does it cost to rent the facilities?
6. Do I need a permit to have a bounce house in the Park?
7. Can we sleep overnight in the parks?
8. Are you closing your bathrooms?
9. Are picnic areas available on a first come, first serve basis if they are not rented?
10. Can I bring my own BBQ into the park?
11. Can I have alcohol in the parks?
12. Why does my dog have to be on a leash? Why can't they be in the Vernal Pools?
13. Can I park at Bannister Park?
14. Does Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District have a Skate Park?
15. How do I get on the mailing list for the District Activity Guide, The Roost?
16. Where or how do I register for programs?
17. Where or how do I reserve facilities?
18. Can I get financial assistance to participate in recreation programs?
19. How can I get a refund for a Parks and Recreation program?
20. Which payment methods are accepted by the District?
21. Who regulates the wildlife (including the chickens)?
22. I want to report suspicious or criminal activity in the park?
23. How do I report graffiti or other problems within a park?
24. How do I become a volunteer?
25. Can I post flyers / banners in the parks?