Cancellation Policy

Overlooking empty stairwell

Change & Cancellation Policy

Changes to a rental agreement must be reported to the Rental Office at minimum 72 hours prior to the first day of the rental agreement. Any change made within 72 hours of the start of the rental agreement may result in a $25 change fee.

Cancellations to any event must be received to the Rental Office no later than 72 hours prior to the start of the event in order to receive a refund. If cancellation occurs within 72 hours, no refund will be issued. The District reserves the right to cancel building use activities should the space be needed for school or school-related activities. This privilege will be used only when necessary as a result of unavoidable circumstances. The Rental Office will make every attempt to provide a suitable, alternative space. When school is canceled or released early for emergencies or weather conditions, scheduled community rentals will be canceled.

*Cancellation – Reduction in total number of hours

*Change – Date change for the equivalent amount of hours

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