Facility Use Policies for the Mammoth Community Center Guidelines for Users 1. Any group or individual using the facility assumes responsibility for any and all damages to the building and/or equipment during period of use. 2. Maximum occupancy for the Multi-purpose Room is 218 people. 3. Reservations will be made on a first come, first served basis. 4. Any behavior deemed to be disruptive in any way shall be cause for eviction of participants from the MCC building and grounds. 5. Smoking is not permitted inside the building or on the grounds. The grounds include the building porches, grassy areas, playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts and recreation fields. Smoking is allowed in the parking lot and in personal vehicles. 6. Use of facilities and the authority to cancel a scheduled event shall be at the sole discretion of the Community Center Committee and the Superintendent’s office. 7. No one under the age of 18 is permitted to use the facility without adult supervision that is present in the facility the entire time. 8. Groups are responsible for ensuring that all events are adequately chaperoned. A ratio of one adult to five children for children under 13, and one adult to ten children for those 13 and above shall be maintained. The exception will be families with more than five children may be chaperoned by a sole parent or guardian. Under no circumstances are minors to be allowed unsupervised access to any part of the building. 9. The Mammoth Community Center assumes no responsibility for personal property or equipment brought into the building. 10. The facility may only be used for the purposes specified in the user agreement. Use of other areas is prohibited. 11. Use of audio/video equipment, sound equipment only with prior approval. 12. Alcoholic beverages, BEER AND WINE ONLY, NO LIQUOR: Special events that wish to have alcohol on the premises must specify on the request form they are asking permission to have alcohol at their event. An additional fee will be assessed based upon the intended amount of alcohol to be served. For example a bring-your-own alcohol event would not require a fee but a wedding reception that served alcohol would. **Need parameters ($150.00 deposit for reception) 13. No open flames with exception to caterer’s warming dishes shall be allowed in the building. BBQ grills will be permitted outside. 14. Sponsor or responsible party listed on the user agreement must be present during the entire event. Party listed on the user agreement is responsible for the behavior of guests and the condition of the facility. 15. Sponsor or responsible party on the user agreement will be responsible for clean-up following an event. The facility must be returned to its original condition, including but not limited to: • All equipment must be wiped clean and returned to the original location. • All dishes must be washed, dried and returned to original location; linens not provided. • Gym floor and rugs must be swept. Entryway must be vacuumed. • All trash and recycling must be placed in proper containers outside. • Food must be removed from refrigerator and freezer. • Chairs and tables must be stacked on cards and returned to closet. • Turn off lights and lock outside doors. 16. Individuals or groups that fail to comply with the Mammoth Community Center guidelines or do not leave the facility in an orderly condition may lose their privilege to use the facility in the future. 17. Hours of operation: available for reservation daily 8am to 9pm. Overnight use is not allowed.
Classrooms Classrooms will be exclusively limited to official NPS meetings, trainings or events. Access will only be via the front entrance door or the west side access door, which is disabled accessible. All other doors are to remain locked, but can be used as exits via push bars to evacuate the building. Internet access is not available in the classrooms.
Set-up and clean-up of the facility are the responsibilities of the individual who is approved for access to the building. Additionally, trash and recyclables must be removed from the facility at the end of an event.
Recreation Fields The recreation fields will continue to be available to the Yellowstone Park Co-op Recreation Program (Co-op Rec Program); access and maintenance provided by NPS will continue as calculated under the organization’s bylaws (July 30, 1987) as an NPS funded contribution. There are no changes made to the Co-op Rec Program’s use of the fields by this YOP. Reservations for the recreation fields will continue to be managed by the Co-op Rec Program.