Community Room Rules

The PSF staff and Board recognizes its responsibilities to sustain the building’s use as a community anchor and resource. To do this, all individuals, groups and organizations who utilize the building must respect all of the rules of PSF Community Center, which include but are not limited to:

  • PSF Community Center will not be used for any purpose that violates any local, state or federal laws. The building will not be used for any purpose that discriminates on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, handicap, or veteran status.
  • All individuals and groups seeking to use the PSF Community Center building and grounds must follow the reservation request process. Requests for reservations will be reviewed in the order they are received. The community rooms are available to nonprofits and civic groups who offer free services at no cost. Private groups and nonprofits who charge a fee for services, and community members, staff, contractors, volunteers and Board members seeking to use the PSF Community Center building and grounds will be charged a fee for use.
  • Permission to use a community room is limited to a specified community room, parking for cars when available, common areas of access and egress, and common restrooms located next to the community rooms. Users of a community room are prohibited from using other areas of the facility and property including the playground operated by Everbrook Academy.
  • Individuals, groups and organizations must keep all exterior doors closed at all times. Doors cannot be propped open.
  • Individuals and groups who reserve the community rooms must notify the Executive Director if there is a change or cancellation to their reservation.
  • Alcohol is prohibited on the property unless being served by a licensed caterer/bartending service. The company must provide PSF with a Certificate of Insurance and a copy of their permit for serving/selling alcohol at least one week prior to an event.
  • Smoking is prohibited in the facility or anywhere on the property except for designated areas.
  • No animals (except for service animals) of any kind are permitted inside the facility.
  • Children attending events in the community rooms must be supervised at all times.
  • All individuals and groups are responsible for leaving the community center in an organized and clean condition.
    • Tables and counters must be wiped down if food is served.
    • All dishes used should be cleaned and put away.
    • If food is served, the trash must be taken out to the dumpster in the back of the parking lot.
  • Blue painter’s tape must be used when hanging decorations on the walls, in order to avoid damage.
  • All individuals and groups are responsible for any damage to the Community Center building, equipment, or grounds, caused by the use of the property by themselves, their group, or others attending their event or activity. Individuals and groups must report damage to the PSF Executive Director right away.
  • All individuals and groups are prohibited from storing items in the building and on the property unless they have received permission from the Executive Director. Items left behind may be placed in a lost and found box by PSF staff.
  • Permission to use the community center is subject to the discretion of PSF, and does not create any form of tenant rights. PSF reserves the right to revoke or suspend any reservation or any other form of permission to access or use the building or grounds without advance notice, if PSF determines, in its sole discretion, that any individual or group have violated any applicable rule or law, these General Rules for the building, or have otherwise posed a threat to the facility and equipment or to the safety of persons in the facility. PSF may, in its sole discretion, issue a written or email warning that repeated violation of these rules may result in revocation or suspension of any further property use or access.