Haw. Code R. § 15-210-47 - Fees for use of facilities

Current through February, 2022

(a) The executive director is authorized to issue a permit and charge a fee for the use of the parks or recreational facilities within the parks to help cover operating and maintenance expenses when the parks or facilities are used for special events. "Special events" means:
(1) Athletic practices and events involving:
(A) Professional teams;
(B) Collegiate teams;
(C) National amateur teams;
(D) For-profit organizations; or
(E) Teams and organizations utilizing the facilities for tournament play;
(2) International, national, or regional events;
(3) Entertainment events;
(4) Educational events;
(5) Promotional events; or
(6) Fundraising events.
(b) Permittee may charge a reasonable admission fee to any person desiring to attend the special event within the park or at a recreational facility within the park; provided however, that the permittee may not exclude members of the public from entering or remaining on portions of the park or facility that are not subject to the permit.
(c) The executive director may consider waiver of permit fees on a case-by-case basis.
(d) The executive director shall provide the authority with an annual report setting forth the permit fees established for special events at the parks or recreational facility within the park and the amount of fees collected for each park or facility. The report shall be submitted no later than sixty days following the end of the Hawaii community development authority's fiscal year.


Haw. Code R. § 15-210-47
[Eff 6/11/05; am and comp 5/25/2007] (Auth: HRS § 206E-4) (Imp: HRS § 206E-4) Am and comp 2/24/2017

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