Parks and Recreation Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, as long as they have a copy of the permit.
You are responsible for the shelter until it gets locked up. 30 minutes prior to you leaving , please give staff a call at the number posted at the shelter to let them know you are ready for them to come lock it up.
All enclosed shelters have electricity and are guaranteed to work. Some open air shelters do have electricity, however, we do not guarantee they will work as they are exposed to the abuse of the elements year-round. If electricity is crucial for your event, you will need to have a back-up plan.
To have a bounce house or inflatable at your rental, the equipment provider is required to provide their certificate of insurance. They cannot be rented from a local store and operated by you, this will NOT be allowed.
You must provide the certificate of insurance to the Parks and Recreation Department from the commercial operator prior to your event. All inflatables and bounce houses must be weighted down rather than staked. Electricity is not guaranteed in our park system. Use of a generator is highly recommended.