We are planning for an in-person Fair event in August 2022. We continue to closely monitor the state and local authorities and their recommendations for social events. The Pierce County Fairgrounds team is working to ensure a safe environment for everyone during the Fair this year. We are constantly in conversations, evaluating the latest guidance and protocols as they emerge from the national, state, and local levels. The health and safety of everyone is always the Pierce County Fair’s top priority. The Fair will implement procedures and guidelines to protect public health. All policies will align with current government mandates.
CDC guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals:
CDC guidelines for non-vaccinated individuals:
Proof of vaccination is not required to attend the Pierce County Fair.
The Pierce County Fair understands that safety is first and foremost on the minds of fair volunteers, exhibitors, and guests. It is the intent to provide a safe and secure environment for all. However, to do so, the Pierce County Fair needs the assistance of all volunteers, staff, and even guests to provide that environment.
If you witness unsafe conditions or activities, please contact a Security Staff member, or Fair Volunteer, or call 253-847-4754.
If you witness an emergency, please call 9-1-1 first and then make contact with the proper Fair Department.
The Pierce County Fair asks that Fair volunteers and patrons refrain from bringing items of great value that they simply may not need at the Fair. In the event of an emergency, the Fair has completed a Fair Emergency Management Plan (FEMP).