Facility Policies


The INB Performing Arts Center complies with the Washington Indoor Clean Air Act which prohibits smoking in all public places as well as 25 feet from any entrance, exit, or ventilation intake at a public place. We thank you for your understanding.

We thank you for your understanding.


The use of cameras, audio recording devices and video recording devices is prohibited at performances at the INB PAC. The use of professional lenses and flash photography is strictly prohibited. Flash photography may distract the performer and cause injury.

Guest cameras brought to a performance for the purpose of audio or video recording will be checked with Guest Services. A claim check will be given for retrieval of the device at the conclusion of the event.

District personnel reserve the right to require that guests immediately check devices that were not detected at the point of entry. Specific events may allow an exception to the policy and allow specific types of recording devices.


Unless otherwise stated, any Guest attending an event at the INB Performing Arts Center, including infants or children intending to sit on a parent's lap, is required to have an event ticket.

In-out privileges

Unless otherwise stated, Guests are not allowed to exit the building and return during the course of a single ticketed event.

Public Safety

In compliance with state law, the INB PAC will offer public safety inspections to events when required by the event, or when there is an anticipated need.

INB PAC Management and the Security Director will determine the need for a public safety inspection and what type of inspection will be performed at the event. The public safety inspection will be utilized to ensure that banned items and illegal items are not allowed through any of the entry doors. Prohibited items may include:

  • Illegal drugs or paraphernalia
  • Weapons
  • Cans or Bottles
  • Cameras, Video Cameras and recording devices
  • Outside alcohol
  • Throwable items such as “hacky”sacs and beach balls
  • Large signs or signs with sticks in or on them
  • Laser Pointers
  • Large purses and large backpacks
  • Animals that are not service animals
  • Fireworks
  • Artificial noise makers
  • Outside food and beverage
  • Coolers

Possession of illegal items will result in confiscation. Banned items will be returned to the owners vehicle or at certain events, may be checked at Guest Services.

The District hires contract Security Services to perform public safety inspections. The contract Security Service may be required to discard illegal contraband.

Lost and Found

Reasonable efforts will be made to return lost or found items in to the rightful owner. In instances where the rightful owner is not located, items will be disposed of according to Spokane Public Facilities District procedures.

Lost Items:

  1. Guests who report losing an item shall complete a ‘Lost Item’ form. The form shall contain the contact information of the guest, a description of the item, date/time lost, location lost. These forms are available at Guest Services, our administration offices at 720 W. Mallon Ave. or the 24 hour security office at the the INB PAC.
  2. The completed Lost Item Form shall be logged chronologically in the appropriate facility notebook.
  3. Should the lost item be located, the owner will be notified to pick up the item. If the guest lives out of town, the item will be shipped at the expense of the owner.
  4. When the item is picked up, the guest’s identification will be verified and the guest will be required to sign the ‘Lost Item’ card to acknowledge receipt.

Found Items:

  1. All items found in the INB PAC will be turned into the Guest Service Representative, the Event Manager, or to 24 hour security. Found items will not be taken out of the facility.
  2. Founds items will be tagged with a ‘Found Item’ Card and will be logged chronologically in the appropriate facility Lost and Found notebook.
  3. Found items will be stored in a secure location. Items of significant value, such as jewelry, wallets, and credit cards will be stored under lock and key.
  4. If an item contains contact information of the owner, the owner will be notified (i.e. a wallet or checkbook).
  5. When a guest inquires about a found item they will be asked to describe the item fully. If it is determined a found items belongs to the guest, the guest will sign the ‘found item’ card to acknowledge receipt.

Disposal of unclaimed items: By authorization of the City Police Chief, in accord with RCW 63.21.060, the Executive Director may dispose of lost property as follows:

  1. Found items will be kept for 90 days.
  2. If unclaimed after 90 days,
  3. • Personal property, provided it has no substantial commercial value and is not claimed by any person according to the above procedure, may be disposed of or otherwise destroyed.
  4. • Appropriate items will be donated to a non-profit agency.
  5. • If the personal property has value which exceeds the probable cost of notice and sale, or is otherwise of benefit to the District, the property may be either sold or retained by the District according to RCW Chapter 63.32.
  6. • Unclaimed cash will become the property of the District and will be deposited into a District account.
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