SHELTER HOUSE RESERVATIONS
Reservations are accepted for four park shelters at the City Park- Main Shelter, East Shelter, Southeast Shelter and Southwest Shelter. The shelter house at the Southside Park can also be reserved. Reservations can be made by contacting the City Hall at 508 E. 4th St or calling 683-2211. Shelters can be reserved from May through September.
Main Shelter 250
East Shelter 75
Southeast Shelter 75
Southwest Shelter 75
Southside Park Shelter 75
SHELTER HOUSE RULES
- Shelters can be reserved effective January 2nd of each year.
- Shelters must be reserved seven (7) days in advance of the reservation date. Reservations are not confirmed until payment is received.
- Large shelter is a $40.00 deposit with a $20.00 refund if receipt is received within 30 days of rental, and clean-up is verified by Park personnel.
- East Shelter, Southeast Shelter, Southwest Shelter and Southside Park Shelter are $20.00 deposit with a $10.00 refund if receipt is received within 30 days of rental, and clean-up is verified by Park personnel.
- The Parks Department will post a sign with the name of the reserving group.
- Groups using the facility will be allowed to use the shelter from 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM
- Large tables are not to be removed from the facility.
- Trash containers will not be provided. Park users will be responsible for removing all trash and refuse from the premises after the completion of the outing.
- Enforced speed limit of 15 MPH in the parks.
- All motorized vehicles, cars, trucks, motorcycles, four-wheelers, moped, etc. are not permitted on grass areas.
- All animals in the parks must be on a leash.
- Vandalism on park premises will not be tolerated.
- Littering is strictly prohibited on park premises and shall be subject to fines.
- Household trash deposited at the parks is prohibited.
- The use of obscene language and public intoxication on park premises is prohibited.
- Roller blades, roller skates, in-line skates, skateboards, or any type of coaster is allowed only on parking lots and walking trails.
VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED