Your health is our concern. Please refrain from eating in our animal barns. Remember to wash everyone's hands and supervise children at all times.
BABY CHANGING STATIONS
The seven main restroom locations are equipped with changing stations and are accessible to both males and females. They are located in buildings #100, #200, #301, #401, #501, #601 and #604.
Enjoy an easy, relaxing ride on a Community Transit bus directly to The Fair's West Gate entrance. Please visit www.communitytransit.org for schedule information or call 425-353-RIDE (7433).
For your convenience, ATMs are located throughout the Fairgrounds. Please check the Fairgrounds map for specific locations.
CHILD ID BRACELET
Be sure to pick-up a child ID bracelet at the Lost Children's Booth (#407).
There are two (2) family restrooms located in the center of the Fairgrounds in building #604.
FIRST AID & SECURITY STATION
The First Aid and Security Offices are located at the southwest end of the Fairgrounds, by the totem poles near Frontierland.
Can't find something? Need some help? You will find our Information Booths at the Blue (East) and Red (West) Gate ticket entrances. These booths are staffed by the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) members.
LOST AND FOUND
Lost and found articles may be taken to and picked up from the Red Gate #201 located on the west side of the Fairgrounds by the tunnel entrance. Articles will be held in the Administration Office for 60 days after Fair is over. The lost and found telephone number is 360-805-6700.
Lost children and fairgoers are brought to the Lost Children's Station is now located by the Sheriff's and First Aid station. Sponsored and staffed by Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps, the lost fairgoers are watched over until they are reunited with their families.
It is okay to bring your lunch,dinner and non-alcoholic beverages into the Fairgrounds. Please bring beverages in cans or plastic bottles. This is for your use only and not to be sold to the public.
Hop aboard one of our free People Movers in the Red (West) and Blue (East) parking lots and ride to the main gates. After you've enjoyed the Fair, catch a ride back to your car. The People Mover stops are located outside the Red (#201) and Blue (#602) Ticket entrances.
Please be kind and leave your pet(s) at home. Only properly licensed and vaccinated service animals or on-duty police dogs and show animals are allowed on the Fairgrounds. This is for the safety of our fair visitors, exhibitors and the show animals.
SPECIAL NEEDS PATRONS
Disabled parking is available in "Official" Fairgrounds' parking lots. Wheelchair rentals are available at the Blue (East) and Red (West) Information Booths, located inside the grounds. TTY users: Please dial relay #1-800-833-6388 or 711. Accommodations for people with disabilities will be provided upon request. Please provide two weeks advanced notice.
WHEELCHAIR & STROLLER RENTAL
Equipment is available to rent at the Blue and Red Information Booths, from 10:00am until 10:00pm, August 21 – August 31 and 10am-7pm on September 1.
Manual Wheelchair: $20.00 per day with either Valid ID or $30 Security Deposit is required and will be retained until rental is returned.
Motorized Wheelchair: $50.00 with either a Valid ID or $80 Security Deposit is required and will be retained until rental is returned.
Strollers: $15.00 per day with either Valid ID or $30 Security Deposit is required and will be retained until rental is returned.
Wagons: $15.00 per day with either Valid ID or $30 Security Deposit is required and will be retained until rental is returned.
All equipment is rented on a first come-first serve basis. Sorry, no reservations taken. For questions, please call Senior Services at (425) 257-2111. This service is courtesy of Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Snohomish County. Prices are subject to change.
All information is subject to change without notice.