Old Town Recreation Center
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Policies Governing the Use of the City of Old Town Community Center
Use of Building
The City of Old Town will have the highest priority of buildings’ use, due to its need to provide essential city services. All other organizations are subject to the following priority schedule:
Non-profit fraternal organizations
Personal gatherings (baby, wedding showers, family reunions, etc.)
Profit making organizations
All groups and organizations will be charged $25 per hour. Additional time required for set-up and/or clean-up time will not be charged. Old Town non-profit fraternal organizations and youth groups may use the center for meetings without charge.
Rules and Regulations
All reservations and arrangements for use of both centers must be made and paid in advance through the Parks & Recreation Department at 827-3961 or 827-3965.
The organization will be held responsible for seeing that the building rules and regulations are adhered to by their group.
A group leader must be present when his/her group, or any part of his/her group, is holding a session in the building for any purpose, and must stay until all members of that group have left the building.
Each organization, under the supervision of its leader, is responsible for each of the following items:
Making sure all windows and doors, including exit doors, are closed before leaving the building.
Turning off all lights before leaving the building.
Abiding by the policies governing use of the building, including payment of property damages caused by their organization, including payment of fees.
Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in any part of the building and group leaders are expected to see that this rule is observed.
Smoking is not permitted in the building.
There will be no wedding receptions, public dances, or religious services held in the building.
Each organization is responsible for immediately reporting ALL DAMAGES, RULE VIOLATION, & DISCREPANCIES in operating procedures of the buildings to the P & R Department.
Tables and chairs will not be loaned to the public.
Failure of an organization to abide by these rules and regulations may result in that organization losing its building privileges.
The responsibility of enforcing rules and regulations rests with the Director of Parks and Recreation.