Recreation Policies

Parks & Recreation


Below you will find the policies of the Spanish Fork Parks & Recreation Department.
 

Liability Waiver
If you or any of your family members will be participating in any Parks & Recreation programs, you must have a current Lifetime Family Liability Waiver on file with the Parks & Recreation Office.


 

Refund Policy
This policy outlines the circumstances under which you might be entitled to a refund (full or partial) for an activity you have registered for.

 
 

Non-Resident Fee Policy
A Non-Resident is any person who physically lives outside of the Spanish Fork City Limits. An additional Non-Resident Fee is charged for leagues and programs.

 
 

Spectator's Code of Conduct
By registering for Spanish Fork Recreation activities, you acknowledge that you are aware of the Spectator Code of Conduct Policy and agree to adhere to the guidelines outlined in this policy.

 


Concussion Policy
By registering for Spanish Fork Recreation activities, you acknowledge that you are aware of the Concussion Policy and agree to adhere to the guidelines outlined in this policy.

Additionally, here are Concussion Fact Sheets for parents and coaches for further facts and education.
Concussion Fact Sheet - Parents
Concussion Fact Sheet - Coaches
 

Team Draft Rules
This document outlines the rules in Spanish Fork Recreation youth sports leagues that have team selections.

 

Field Rental Policy
All field rentals must be scheduled through the main office of the Parks & Recreation Department. For more information see the documents below.

Field Rental Policy - Baseball/Softball Fields
Field Reservation Form - Baseball/Softball
Field Rental Policy - Soccer Fields
Field Reservation Form - Soccer
Field Rental Lease Form

Volunteer Coaching Guidelines
Prospective coaches & assistant coaches for youth sports must fill out the Coach’s Code of Conduct form and the Right of Access Provider Waiver (which allows the city to run a background check). New background checks are required every three years.

Prospective Individuals should:

  • Print, read carefully and sign the Coach's Code of Conduct form.
  • Fill out the Right of Access Provider Waiver completely, but do not sign until it is returned to Spanish Fork Parks & Recreation Office or personnel.
  • Return both forms to the Spanish Fork Parks and Recreation Office (775 North Main Street) or to Recreation Personnel at the coach's meeting.
  • FORMS CANNOT BE MAILED
  • Right of Access Provider Waiver must be signed at the time it is turned in so the signature can be verified.
  • Picture ID must be verified at the time the application is accepted

Coaches Code of Conduct / ROA Waiver Forms


Employee Background Checks
All Parks and Recreation Employees, 18 years of age or older, must fill out a Right of Access Provider Waiver (which allows the city to run a background check) as part of the new hire process. This includes, but is not limited to, officials, referees, umpires, scorekeepers, instructors, facilitators, and supervisors.

Prospective Individuals should:

  • Fill out the Right of Access Provider Waiver completely, but do not sign until it is returned to Spanish Fork Parks & Recreation Office or personnel.
  • Return the ROA form to the Spanish Fork Parks and Recreation Office (775 North Main Street) or to Recreation Personnel at the employee training meeting.
  • FORMS CANNOT BE MAILED
  • Right of Access Provider Waiver must be signed at the time it is turned in so the signature can be verified.
  • Picture ID must be verified at the time the application is accepted

ROA Waiver Form