Some City facilities are available to residents for rent for activities.

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Centennial-Hall   Chalet
Centennial Hall   Park Chalets
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Outdoor rinks   Herb Linder Annex (Lawn Bowling Club)
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Recreation Centre

Rules, regulations and Bylaws governing city facility use


Terms of rental:

  1. The individual signing the rental contract must be present throughout the rental period.
  2. The Lessee is not permitted to sublet any part of or all of the contract, to any person, company or association.
  3. The total payment must be received 10 working days prior to the rental date.
  4. A minimum rental period may apply.
  5. Rental period must include set-up, decoration, take down and clean-up by the Lessee.
  6. The building closing times must be respected
  7. The rental is for the Indoor space only.
  8. Unless otherwise stipulated, the rental contract is for the room rental and includes only the tables and chairs contained therein.
  9. The Lessee may be responsible for the set-up and take down of chairs and tables and any other equipment required.
  10. The Lessee is permitted to use the kitchen and appliances where available but must leave the area clean after use.
  11. The Lessee must have his/her own insurance.
  12. The Lessee must supply his/her own dishes, cutlery, tablecloths, linen etc.
  13. The Lessee must respect all rules and regulations (see Rules and Regulations and By-laws governing Facility use)

Rules & Regulations:

  1. Music (Live or recorded) must be contained within the building and is not permitted outside.
  2. BBQs must be at a minimum 25’ distance from the building.
  3. It is strictly forbidden to attach anything to the walls or woodwork with tape, tacks, nails or staples.
  4. The Lessee assumes full responsibility for maintaining law and order on the premises.  Individuals behaving in a disorderly or illegal manner will be required to leave the premises.
  5. The rental space must be left in the same condition as it was found; tables and chairs stored; garbage collected and disposed of in the containers outdoors.
  6. The Lessee is responsible for any damage to or misuse of City property by his/her group, delegates or agencies and will be invoiced accordingly.
  7. The Lessee is responsible for all first aid and emergency treatment of those injured during their activities unless arrangements have been made with the City for first aid attendant services.

By-Laws governing facility use:

  1. City policy prohibits the use of City buildings or facilities by any pressure group, political group or a petition seeker
  2. The Lessee agrees to observe any public authority’s regulations, municipal, provincial or federal and recognizes that City employees on duty have the authority to enforce these regulations.
  3. The Lessee agrees to respect the maximum number of people permitted within each room and  comply with fire safety regulations.
  4. The Lessee and any person of his/her group agree to respect provincial anti-smoking law PROHIBITING SMOKING in all public spaces.
  5. The Lessee agrees to respect municipal By-law BEAC-033 governing public nuisance and excessive noise after 10 p.m.  All sound must be kept to a level which will not disturb other users of the facility or the surrounding neighbourhood.
  6. The Lessee agrees to respect By-law 854 prohibiting alcoholic beverages in all facilities unless authorized by liquor permit obtained from La Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux Québec (RACJ). A liquor permit is mandatory whenever alcohol of any type is sold or served.  This permit must be displayed at point of service. The permit allows for consumption of alcohol inside the designated rental space only.
  7. Authorization is required to sell or distribute any article on City Property.
  8. The Lessee is aware that the City is not responsible for failure to meet its obligations due to causes beyond its direct control including but not limited, to civil emergencies and uprising, legal or illegal strike, or any action from federal, provincial or municipal authorities.  Full reimbursement will be awarded.
  9. The City reserves the right; by resolution of Council, at any time, for any reason, to annul or cancel with 48 hours notice any or all of the rental should this be required for municipal use.  Full reimbursement of fees paid will be awarded.
  10. The City may cancel the rental contract without prior notice and free itself from any obligations if the Lessee does not respect any condition of the rental agreement
  11. The City is not responsible for damages, accident or injury to individuals using its facilities under the auspices of a Lessee nor is it responsible for the loss of or damage to property belonging to any individual.

The Lessee shall indemnify the City against, and hold harmless the City from, any and all claims, actions, suits, proceedings, judgements, loss, costs, expenses, damages and liabilities, including legal fees, whether for personal injury, including injury resulting in death, or loss of, or damage to property, arising out of, connected with, or resulting from the lease, occupation or use of the leased premises, or of the doors, stairways, corridors or other parts of the building in which the leased premises are situated.  The City reserves the right to demand, as a condition precedent to leasing the premises, evidence of applicant’s insurance coverage, in amounts, with an insurer and with comprehensive coverage acceptable to the City.