Shopping, dining, cinemas, and lodging all in on location! The Miami Valley Centre Mall is an enclosed shopping mall in Piqua, Ohio. Opened in 1988, it is enclosed by J.C. Penney and Dunham's Sports. The mall also has a Comfort Inn. In addition to shopping, the mall is also a hub for local events ranging from concerts to cruise-ins and more.
In order to provide a safe, secure and pleasant shopping environment, miami valley centre mall management asks for your cooperation in complying with the rules of conduct to be followed by all patrons.
These activities are prohibited on mall property
- Loitering, delaying, lingering or remaining idle about the interior or exterior of the property.
- Being in the mall without shoes or shirts.
- Use of obscene language or gestures.
- Putting feet on benches, chairs, tables, planters, walls, or trash containers.
- Disorderly or disruptive conduct of any nature.
- Running, skating, skateboarding, bicycling, obstruction or interfering with the free flow of pedestrian traffic or with other patron’s view of windows and other tenant displays, or assembly for the purpose of disturbing the public peace, or committing any unlawful act.
- Any act which could result in substantial risk of physical harm to persons or property.
- The playing of radios or musical instruments, not part of an organization approved by mall managements.
- Defacing, damaging or destroying any real or personal property constituting part of, or located on, the center and belonging to the center, its patrons or its tenants, including writing, spraying, scratching or otherwise affixing graffiti on such property.
- Unauthorized scavenger hunts.
- Carrying a weapon of any kind. Possession of any article defined as a weapon, whether illegal or not. Exception: federal, state or local law enforement personnel required to carry such weapons.
- Possession/consumption of alcoholic beverages or illegal substances on mall property except in areas specifically designated for the consumption of alcohol.
- Any act defined by federal, state or local statute or ordinance as constituting a criminal act.
- Taking unauthorized photographs of mall property, storefronts or other areas and events without mall management’s prior approval and in some cases, store manager’s approval.
- Failing to be fully clothed or wearing apparel which has obscene language, obscene gestures, or racial, religious or ethnic slurs which are likely to create a disturbance. This includes but is not limited to wearing hoodies which are in the up position.
- Animals unless part of a mall promotion, with a physically disabled individual or utilizing services at portrait creations.
- All tobacco products.
- Soliciting money or other contributions or donations, or distributing commercial advertising or promotional material of any kind, or offering samples of items which are sold, available for sale or available in exchange for a donation or contribution, except with prior written permission of the management of the center.
- Any other behavior or activity that is perceived to be offensive to the general public.
- Engaging in non-commercial expressive activity without the prior written permission of the management of the center.
Failure to abide by requests whether written above or verbally made by mall management, mall security and/or store managers may result in your loss of the privilege to use the mall and/or criminal prosecution, where applicable.
Violation of these rules may result in expulsion from the mall