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Over the next several weeks, I will be giving updates on the city and what to expect so that you can be informed and do you job to your best ability (assisting participants find their camping spot and direct traffic flow) during the event. Please make sure you read them and ask any questions you may have.
Thorni, the City Planning Lead, and I have been working together to develop this here Zoning Map!
It has our city broken up completely into zones to make things easier for safety, site ops, sound, and us! Our department should get both the art maps and the zone maps so that we have both, should we need them. For the rest of these updates, I will use the picture above as a reference.
As it stands right now *and is subject to change*:
Zones Q2, Q3, E4, E5, and E6 are going to be quiet, open camping zones. They will have an amplified sound curfew between 2 am and 7 am. The language of this policy will reflect and be incorporated into the existing sound policy. (All of the Q zones are likely being renamed.)
Zones L2 and L3 are going to be expanded into Hog 1 and Hog 2. Those expansions are going to be open camping zones. Open camping will also be allowed in zone L4, BUT our department will be responsible for ensuring open campers are not taking up space allotted to the theme camps placed there.
Zero tolerance policy for large vehicles or trailers or RVs on the lower field. I mean it, and I expect it to be enforced by the shift supervisor if I am not working. If you need help enforcing this policy, ask the rangers to assist you. I will be on call for City for much of the burn, as well. Art cars are the exception, as vehicles loading or unloading gear. After that gear is loaded or unloaded, those vehicles need to be moved to parking.
We went to land this weekend. Clarified some past issues with the landman and made some solid plans for the city. The focus will be on creating a new road in Dagobah so if it is super muddy again, we can still get vehicles into that zone. We will start a new trail basically where the line separating zones E and H are. It should be walkable and will be marked off with pink tape and/or flags.
Speaking of, all of the city roads and trails will be marked with pink tape and/or flags on both sides. The idea is that if a person or vehicle are in between the pink, they are on an actual trail or road.
If an unregistered RV or trailer show up to the event, and RV open camping is full, they will be placed in parking, ensuring that the entrance to Road Rash does not get blocked. Again, if you need help enforcing this find me or a ranger.
Thanks for reading all of this! If you have questions, email here or ask in the Facebook group!
Zone Guide Lead
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