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  •  Expo Park
          Expo Park features rich turf and a metal-roofed 
    40’ hexagonal Gazebo on a concrete pad 
    near the Community Building.    
     

  •  Dimensions and Square Footage

    Gazebo - 40 ft Hexagon 
    Expo Parking Lot -  Roadbase -  Approximately 100 cars 

      

     Fees

    For the most up to date rental rates and  fees associated with renting this and other facilities at the Fairgrounds, please view the Event Holder's Guide. If you have questions about renting our facilities, please contact us for more information.

     A damage deposit is required to reserve our facilities. Rental fees are to be paid in full 30 days prior. The damage deposit is refunded by check from the County after the facility has been inspected for possible damages.

     Rental Inquiry

    To inquire about renting this or any other facility available at the Fairgrounds, please refer to the Event Holder's Guide.  You can also fill out and submit the Facility Rental Inquiry Form. You can choose to either submit by e-mail or print it out and mail it to our office. 

    E-mail to:
    fairgrounds@mesacounty.us         
          Mail to:
          Mesa County Fairgrounds
          P.O. Box 20,000
          Grand Junction, CO 81502-5040
     

     Uses
    Expo Park features rich turf and a metal-roofed 40’ hexagonal gazebo on a concrete pad near the Community Building. The gazebo may be used as a picnic shelter, concert space, or gathering site, and has electricity. The Park is illuminated at night and vendor power is available at the base of each light pole, making this space excellent for small festivals, accommodating up to 7 vendors with power and water.
     Vendors

    Food vendors participating at events must have a current Colorado retail or food establishment license, proof of valid liability insurance, fill out a Fairgrounds vendor form, and must meet Mesa County Health Department regulations. Promoters bringing in four or more food vendors to their event must apply for a Coordinator's Event Permit and pay the fee associated with the application with the Mesa County Health Department.

    All vendor participation at any event must be discussed with Fairgrounds staff prior to the event. Fairground vendor forms, insurance certificates, and any other related material must be returned to the Fairgrounds office for review prior to the event.

    Vendor Categories:
    (1) Commercial - Commercial or handmade items for sale
    (2) Non-commercial - Display or informational only, no sales
    (3) Food/Beverage




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