RENTING THE COMMUNITY ROOM
DUE TO COVID-19 THE LIBRARY IS FOLLOWING LOCAL HEALTH GUIDELINES.
LIMITED RESERVATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED AT THIS TIME, BUT THE KITCHEN IS STILL UNAVAILABLE.
ALL RESERVATIONS MUST FOLLOW MANDATED HEALTH GUIDELINES.
Renters may make reservations up to two months in advance. All reservations are subject to room availability. Events may be held in the Community Room: during and outside of Kettle Falls Public Library business hours, weekends, and holidays.
All reservations are made through City Hall. Reservations can only be made until the rental fee is paid in full and the room rental agreement is signed.
The maximum occupancy is 60 people.
To make a reservation, call City Hall at (509) 738-6821.
Community Center Rental Includes:
9 Round Dining Tables
Large Screen Smart TV
Projector & Screen
Free Library WI-FI
Central Court Yard
ADA Accessible Kitchen Rental Includes:
Refrigerator with Freezer
Two Stoves with Ranges
60 Place Settings including Dinner Plates, Salad Plates, Soup Bowls, and Silverware
Coffee Mugs and Water Glasses
10 Coffee/Tea Carafes
Pots and Pans
$30 - For up to 4 hours
$40 - 4-8 hours
$75 - Over 8 hours
$25 - Kitchen (Any use of the kitchen facilities will require a $25 fee in addition to the room rental fee)
$25 - Additional room cleaning charges
$50 - Key Replacement Fee
Free - for organizations with a current 501(c)3 status
Cleaning tables, sweeping the floor, washing dishes, taking out garbage, and other basic kitchen clean-up; returning the meeting room to the condition in which it was found is the responsibility of the renter.
Groups composed of minors (under 18 years of age) must have a parent/guardian over the age of 21 sign the room rental agreement form and chaperone the events at all times.
The renter accepts financial responsibility for any and all damage caused to the building or equipment beyond normal wear and is responsible for any changes incurred by any/all participants; this includes shared areas such as restrooms.
Any activities arranged by renters during library business hours should not interfere with library operations and staff duties.