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Facility Usage

Interested in renting one of our Facilities?

Contact Edwina Gaspar: egaspar@slzusd.org

 

Application Process

The groups or individuals seeking use of San Lorenzo facilities must submit the required application and follow the administrative regulation guidelines.

Rental Rates

Use of Facility Form

Insurance Requirements

Insurance Auto Liability Statement

AR 73330 (a) Use of School Facilities

Civic Center Use

Subject to district policies and regulations, school facilities and grounds shall be available to citizens and community groups as a civic center for the following purposes: (Education Code 38131, 38132)

  • Public, literary, scientific, recreational, educational or public agency meetings
  • The discussion of matters of general or public interest
  • The conduct of religious services for temporary periods, on a one-time or renewable basis, by any church or religious organization
  • Child care programs to provide supervision and activities for children of preschool and elementary school age
  • The administration of examinations for the selection of personnel or the instruction of precinct board members by public agencies
  • Supervised recreational activities including, but not limited to, sports league activities that are arranged for and supervised by entities, including religious organizations or churches, and in which youths may participate regardless of religious belief or denomination