Making a Reservation | Fees/Payments
Once you’ve determined that you want to rent from LARPD, you must complete and submit a Facility Request Application and Damage and Compliance deposit. Once this is received, your reservation will be made, and a confirmation packet is sent to you that explain what you need to do next. This can take up to 5 business days to process. If the location is not available, you will be notified immediately. No “holds” will be placed on a facility without a Facility Request Application AND Deposit submission.
Residents may make reservations 18 months in advance on the first (1st) day of the month they are requesting.
Nonresidents and commercial entities may make a reservation 18 months in advance on the eighth (8th) day of the month they are requesting.
Rental Fee Category Definitions
- Community/Nonprofit Groups-Resident:
Incorporated, nonprofit Livermore community groups, non-profit associations, community groups, organizations, and service clubs, public agencies providing service to Livermore residents such as Special Districts, School Districts, County, State or Federal Governments
Any Livermore resident or individual residing within LARPD boundaries, resident business renting for non-commercial use, or resident group not qualifying for nonprofit status. Proof of residency is required.
Any individual, business, non-profit, not-for-profit or for profit group residing outside the LARPD boundaries.
Any rental by a business/Company. Any rental at which the renter makes private gain. Renter may be required to obtain a City of Livermore business license prior to holding event. No admission charge for a profit making activity within a public park/building may be made without first securing a special event permit.
To be considered a Livermore community groups, membership must consist of more than 50 percent Livermore residents. (If, at event, individuals make private gain, group is classified as resident and may incur additional expenses.)
At the time of application, please present evidence of nonprofit status. Evidence of your organization's nonprofit status may be a copy of the tax exemption letter from the Internal Revenue Service. This letter shows your organization's exemption from the payment of federal income tax and cites the section of the Internal Revenue Code under which your organization is exempt (for example, 26 U.S.C. 501(c) (3)). Alternatively, you may use a complete financial statement from an independent auditor - such as a certified public accountant - substantiating that your organization is a nonprofit organization. A statement from a member of your organization, however, is not sufficient.
Nonprofit rate does not apply on Saturday rentals. Resident rate will be charged on a Saturday rental.
If you have any further questions or would like to check the availability of a venue, please contact the Facilities Rental Department at email@example.com or 925-373-5703.