Code of Conduct

HHLA strives to provide a safe and enjoyable shopping experience. The Center is private property, and this Code of Conduct applies to all persons at the Center. Anyone violating these rules will be asked to leave. Repeated violations will result in referral of the matter to law enforcement, possible detention, arrest, and all other available legal remedies.

This Code of Conduct is not intended to address organized First Amendment expressive activity at the Center. All such activity is governed by the Center’s Rules for Non-Commercial Use of Common Areas (“Rules”), which can be obtained from the Management Office. This includes all solicitation of funds or money, contributions, or donations, and the dissemination of written material of any kind. All such activities must be approved by Management under the procedures set forth in the Rules.

  1. No unaccompanied minors are permitted in any of the Center’s common areas after 7:00 p.m. as described in the Center’s Minor Supervision Policy, which is posted at the Center and can be obtained from the Management Office. Individuals of school age are expected to attend school during time when school is in session. Local curfew rules will be enforced.

  2. No person shall engage in any behavior that is threatening, disruptive or dangerous. Yelling, screaming, sound amplification devices, radios, music players, or any disturbance of the peace of the Center is prohibited.

  3. Loitering of any kind is not permitted, individually or in groups. Congregating in groups resulting in disturbance of the peaceful enjoyment of the Center, interrupting pedestrian or vehicle traffic, or obstruction of entryways, entrances, or exits of the Center or any of its stores, is prohibited.

  4. All persons at the Center must be fully clothed. Clothing with offensive statements that would violate the Code if spoken is also prohibited. No person may wear clothing with a tendency to incite violence, including clothing promoting or associated with gang activity or other criminal activity.

  5. Possession of any weapons of any kind is forbidden.

  6. Smoking is not permitted at the Center.

  7. Physically or verbally threatening any patrons, employees or tenants is prohibited. No speech with a tendency to incite others, or designed or intended to incite violence, is not permitted.

  8. Obscene or sexually suggestive language or conduct is prohibited, including threatening, suggestive or harassing behavior. Use of racial, religious or ethnic slurs is also prohibited.

  9. No wheeled transportation of any kind may be used at the Center, with the exception of devices necessary for the assistance of the mobility impaired.

  10. Seating is permitted only on benches, chairs, or other locations specifically designated for seating. Seating in the food court area is for food court patrons only.

  11. Center property, or the personal property of any patron or employee of the Center, is not to be defaced, damaged, or destroyed.

  12. Littering is prohibited. Rummaging through any trash cans is also prohibited.

  13. Consumption of alcoholic beverages at the Center is permitted only in approved areas.

  14. Photographing or taping any persons at the Center without their consent is prohibited. All photography or taping for any commercial purpose must be approved by management. Any recording activity that is disruptive or otherwise violates this Code of Conduct or the Rules is also prohibited.

  15. All activity, speech or behavior prohibited by Federal, State or local law is prohibited.

HHLA reserves the right to modify this Code of Conduct at any time. If you have any questions or wish to request a copy of the current Code of Conduct, please contact the Management office.


HHLA Minor Supervision Policy

HHLA requires minor guests under the age of 18 to be accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 21 after 7:00 p.m. every day. Unescorted minors will be asked to leave the property unless joined by a parent or guardian over the age of 21. The Center will designate a pickup area where unescorted minors can be met by their supervising adults prior to leaving the property.

  • Proof of age may be required when necessary, to determine compliance with this policy. If proof of age cannot be provided, such persons will be asked to leave the property.
  • The parent or guardian supervising a minor must be in visual contact with the minor at all times while at the Center.
  • Minors employed at the Center may be in the common areas without supervision. Proof of work status is required upon request and such employees must go directly to and from their place of employment at the commencement and conclusion of their work shift or any specified meal breaks.
  • Minors may patronize establishments with extended operating hours by proceeding directly to and from such businesses. This permission is subject to any separate policies that
    may be imposed by those locations.
  • Parents or guardians supervising minors under this policy are equally responsible for the acts of the minors they are supervising. If an escorted minor is asked to leave the Center for any reason, the adult supervisor will also be asked to leave.
  • Anyone in violation of this Policy or the Code of Conduct will be requested to leave the property. Should any person fail to leave the property when requested by Center security, the matter will be referred to law enforcement, and such persons will be subject to possible detention, arrest, and prosecution for trespassing.

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