Community Center Rental/Pavilion Rental

Woodland Hills City Community Center

City Center Reservation Form

Community Center Building Clean-Up Checklist

FAQ’s

1. How do I schedule the building?

Scheduling of the building can be done by calling the City Office at 801-423-1962 during office hours.

2. How do I get into the building on the day of my event?

A code to enter the building will be given to you on the day of your event. Please call 801-376-3339 an hour prior to the event to get the code.

3. Can we remove or hang anything from the walls?

No. You are not allowed to hang or attach anything to the walls. There are several hooks along the top of the ceiling that things may be hung from.

4. Do I need to bring anything for cleaning up?

The City provides for your use at the building: garbage liners, a bucket and mop, vacuum and broom. Bring your own paper towels and dish soap.

5. Are we allowed to have alcohol or smoke in the building?

No.  Alcohol and smoking/vaping are not allowed.

6. Is there a fee or security deposit for using the building?

Yes.

 Non-Profit Residents:

$500.00 refundable deposit

$20.00/ hour or $125.00 a day

For Profit/Non-Residents:

$500.00 refundable deposit

$50.00/hour or $400.00 a day

 

Please remember:

  • Do not drag items across flooring in hallway or the multi-purpose room
  • No animals of any type shall be in the building
  • No open flames are allowed (i.e. candles)
  • Food/Drink is allowed only in areas that are not carpeted.

Woodland Hills City Pavilion at Lauritzen Field

Park Reservation Form

 

Laurziten Field and Pavilion Rules

 

▪  Absolutely no fires of any kind allowed; this includes hibachi fires and charcoal briquettes.

 

▪  No unleashed dogs.  Please keep your dog on a leash at all times in the park.  Owners are expected to must clean up all dog feces and dispose in the trash can (not in the woods).

 

▪  No alcoholic beverages or smoking allowed.  Please be considerate of others.

 

▪  No littering.

 

▪  No loud music or public disturbances are allowed.

 

▪  Pedestrians have the right-of-way on trails.

 

▪  No motorized vehicles allowed in park.

 

▪  No camping is allowed in the park.  Although our park is up in the mountains, it is not intended for overnight use of any kind.