Chaska River City Days Safety and Security Notice

Chaska River City Days is a community event that is designed to be a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. However, it is important to be aware of safety and security measures in place to help prevent incidents.

General Safety

  • Be aware of your surroundings and report any suspicious activity to a security officer or police officer.
  • Do not leave your belongings unattended.
  • If you are walking alone, stay in well-lit areas.
  • If you feel unsafe, call 911.

Security Measures

  • There will be a visible security and police presence throughout the event.
  • Security cameras will be in operation.
  • There will be a designated lost and found area.
  • There will be a command post set up at the pavilion located in the center of the park, where you can report any safety concerns.

Lost Children

  • If you lose a child, please report it to a security guard or police officer immediately.
  • There will be a lost and found located at the pavilion in the center of the park.

Alcohol and Drugs

  • The consumption of alcohol is prohibited for anyone under the age of 21.
  • The use of illegal drugs and recreational marijuana (THC/Cannabis) is prohibited.
  • If you see someone who is intoxicated or using drugs, please report it to a security guard or police officer.


  • In the event of bad weather, the festival may be cancelled or delayed.
  • Please check the Chaska River City Days website or social media pages for updates on the weather.


  • Please be respectful of other festival attendees.
  • Do not litter.
  • Have fun!

We hope you have a safe and enjoyable Chaska River City Days!

For more information, please visit the Chaska River City Days website.

Additional Notes:

  • It’s important to note that the laws surrounding THC/Cannabis use can vary by state. While recreational marijuana may be legal in some states, it’s important to be aware that Chaska River City Days is a public event, and consumption of THC/Cannabis is not permitted.
    • You can find more information about Minnesota’s marijuana laws here: