Behavior Expectations

Wake County Behavior Expectations and Consequences of Violation

Behavior Expectation Policy
Política de expectativas de comportamiento

Wake County shall offer service to everyone regardless of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, educational background, or physical limitations. Users of Wake County Services are expected to conduct themselves in a manner respectful of themselves, other users, and staff. Please follow the Wake County Behavior Expectations for the safety and enjoyment of all.

Behavior Expectations:

  • Obey all laws and the orders of law enforcement and security officers.
  • Appropriate dress, including shoes and shirt, is required.
  • Do not enter a facility in possession of or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This does not include individuals using prescription or over the counter medication for a medical purpose.
  • Smoking, tobacco or vapor products are not allowed in county buildings or on county property.
  • You are responsible for your belongings; do not leave personal items unattended.
  • No bicycles, skateboards, wheeled shoes, or scooters in the buildings, or in use on the facility grounds or in entranceways.
  • No food or drink in the facility.
  • No solicitation (trying to obtain something from someone).
  • No sleeping.
  • Caregivers must stay with and supervise charges at all times.
  • No obscene, vulgar, abusive, or threatening language or gestures.
  • No excessive or disruptive noise or behavior.
  • No loitering.
  • No misuse of restrooms, including use for personal bathing and grooming.
  • No theft, damage, or defacing of county property.

Not adhering to these Behavior Expectations may subject users, patrons, visitors, or staff to a warning or to temporary or permanent removal from the premises. Wake County reserves the right to trespass individuals who violate behavior guidelines or violate the law.