Code of Conduct

Biltmore Park Town Square - Code of Conduct

Biltmore Park Town Square is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable family-friendly environment for our guests. While visiting Biltmore Park Town Square we ask all patrons, employees, tenants, residents and guests be respectful of others and act responsibly.

While visiting Biltmore Park Town Square, the following will not be permitted:

• Using obscene language, obscene gestures, or disparaging slurs.
• Violence, threats of violence, fighting, physical abuse or physically or verbally threatening any person.
• Using sexually explicit language or engaging in sexual conduct.
• Littering or discarding paper, glass or other matter of any kind anywhere except in a trash receptacle.
• Running, wrestling, horseplay, skating, skate boarding, rollerblading and/or riding a scooter; or otherwise being disruptive or creating a disturbance, obstructing or interfering with the free flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic or with patron’s view of doorways, windows and/or merchant displays. Groups of (5) or more youths may be asked to disperse. Bicycles and segways must be used in accordance with bicycle and vehicle safety rules.
• Defacing, damaging, destroying or removing any real or personal property constituting part of or located in or on the property belonging to Biltmore Park Town Square, its patrons' or its tenants in any manner, including, but not limited to, writing, spraying, scratching or otherwise affixing graffiti on such property.
• Yelling, screaming, playing radios or other sound generating equipment in a manner which creates noises of sufficient volume to impinge on the enjoyment or peace of other park patrons.
• Engaging in any non-commercial expressive activity such as organized dancing, singing, playing of musical instruments or similar form of street performance without the permission of property management.
• Any form of solicitation, sales of products or services, or distributing commercial advertising or promotional material of any kind or offering samples of items which are sold, available for sale or available in exchange for a donation or contribution without prior permission of property management.
• Possession of weapons of any kind, except for federal, state or local law personnel authorized to carry such weapons.
• Possessing any open container of alcohol or consuming alcohol anywhere except in the businesses licensed to sell alcoholic beverages. Being intoxicated, inebriated, and/or possessing or being under the influence of any illegal substance. Selling or providing alcohol or tobacco products to underage persons; purchasing alcohol or tobacco products by underage persons.
• Assembling, demonstrating, parading, picketing, marching, walking abreast in groups and/or loitering for the purpose of disturbing the peace or any unlawful purpose, disrupting patrons, employees, tenants, residents or guests, or disrupting the intended business use of the park.
• Any improper use of facilities or equipment, including, but not limited to, using elevators, stairs, sidewalks, or walkways. Sitting on floors, planters, handrails, stairs, trash receptacles or other areas not specifically designed for such purposes.
• Overnight parking or camping; parking in non-designated parking areas, parking in the fire lanes or other no parking areas, erratic or careless driving, exceeding the posted speed limit, or use of a vehicle in a manner inconsistent with traffic marks or signage.
• Unleashed, unrestrained and/or uncontrolled or aggressive animals. Whether or not pets are allowed inside the stores is up to each tenant’s individual pet policy. Biltmore Park Town Square does not permit pets to be left outside unattended at any time; this includes tying leashes to trees, signs, benches, etc., while their owners are shopping or dining. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pet.
• Photography or recordings, of any kind for commercial purposes without the prior approval of property management.
• Engaging in any act, activity or behavior which by its nature is illegal and/or in violation of any statute, law, rule or ordinance.
• Wearing apparel that disguises obscures or conceals the face, including but not limited to costumes, hoods, or masks other than those necessitated by a medical condition or worn for religious reasons, or wearing apparel or gesturing in a manner which is likely to provoke a disturbance or embroil other groups or the general public in open conflict.
• Failing to be fully clothed or wearing apparel that is likely to provoke a disturbance or embroil other groups or the general public in conflict.
• Failing to obey the requests and directions of property management or security personnel employed at the park.

This list is not all inclusive and may be modified at any time by the management of this property. Biltmore Park Town Square reserves the right to amend the Code of Conduct at any time. Violation of this code of conduct may result in expulsion from this property in addition to any other legal remedies that Biltmore Park Town Square may choose to exercise.

Biltmore Park Town Square is privately owned property. Your entry to Biltmore Park Town Square constitutes your consent to abide by the above rules governing conduct.

**Attention -Security cameras may be in use and may be monitored***