Designated Barbecue sites and Hookah Ban in Parks situation clarified by the latest update. The mayor of Al-Khobar, Eng. Sultan Al-Zaidi confirmed that it is forbidden to use hookahs and set fire to public places, and parks by order of the municipality. This is in the interest of the safety and health of its users and public property.
Designated Barbecue sites and Hookah Ban in Parks
He explained, according to Al-Watan, that the person committing such acts exposes himself to a fine of 1000 riyals, indicating that the municipality monitors warn before applying the regular procedures, in addition to the presence of indicative panels at the sites that show this.
He added that the municipality was keen to provide the best services to hikers and had designated barbecue sites; In order to preserve public places. BBQ on a non-designated area will be considered a violation and more details on this can be found in the article below.
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