PARK HOURS: 6:00 AM -
(UNLESS SPECIAL EVENT
PERMISSION IS ISSUED)
Peltier Park Large Event Room Rental
(accommodates up to100 people)
$ 80.00 per hour (2 hour minimum)
$ 50.00 for each additional hour
Includes Tables / Chairs, Ice Machine &
Peltier Park Small Meeting Room Rental
(accommodates up to 50 people)
$ 50.00 per hour (2 hour minimum)
$ 30.00 for each additional hour
Includes Tables / Chairs & Custodial fees
Martin Luther King Building Rental
(accommodates up to 75 people)
$ 25.00 per hour (2 hour minimum)
Includes Tables / Chairs & Custodial fees
LARGE PAVILION Rentals @ Peltier Park & Martin Luther King Park
City Permit or Rental Certificate must be issued. A custodian
may be required to be present during large &/or public events.
Tables and chairs are not loaned out on pavilion rentals.
Bleachers are not guaranteed to be available.
$ 100.00 for 8 hours*
(Includes use of lights, fans & electrical outlets and
after event custodial clean up)
$ 150.00 for 8 hours*
(Includes use of lights, fans, electrical outlets & power
panel and after event custodial clean up)
*Add $20.00 per hour for pavilion events using inside
restrooms, requesting water usage & custodial cleanup during
SMALL Pavilions in Parks
Not Available to Rent. Subject to First Come First Serve Basis.
Chiasson Park & Daigle Park
No Rentals Available. Picnic Areas are subject to First Come
First Serve Basis.
A Rental - Event application must be submitted in order to hold a
requested date(s). Date(s) will be held for fifteen (15) days only. A
deposit of twenty-five percent (25%) (or $25.00 whichever is greater) is
required and a rental agreement must be signed to secure a date(s).
Cost is calculated based on the application submitted, rental
choices and length of time. After event Cleanup Fees are included in all rental
prices. Per the information obtained from your application and the Parks
Director’s discretion, you may be required to have a Custodian(s) present
during your event. Rental balance must be paid
no later than fifteen (15) days prior to event date.
A discount of 25% is available to qualifying City of Thibodaux nonprofit
Cash, checks and money orders are accepted as forms of payment.
Exact change is needed when paying with cash, as no cash is kept on premises.
Building keys will not be loaned to renters.
A Certificate of Liability Insurance (obtained
through your organization or homeowner’s policy) with minimum coverage of
$300,000 is required for all rentals. In the area designated Certificate Holder,
the insurance company must designate the City of Thibodaux, Parks Department as
holder. In the description’s area, the insurance company must fill in the type
of event, the date of the event, the place of the event to be held, along with
naming the City of Thibodaux as additional insured for the event. The
Certificate of Liability Insurance is due on or before fifteen (15) working days
prior to the event date. (Thirty (30) days for events requiring a permit.)
All Rental-Event Applications are sent to the Police Department for
permit review. A permit is required for public events held in
Park such as festivals, races, etc. and for any event serving and/or selling
alcohol, having a DJ / live music or bounce houses. A Rental-Event Application
Information Packet will be provided. Application with required documents must be
returned to the Parks Department no less than thirty (30) days prior to event.
Approved permit applications will be issued a permit by The Tax & License office
at no charge to the renter. The permit holder/renter must have the permit with
him/her during the event.
Contact must be made with the Thibodaux Police
Department prior to any permit approval to arrange Police security, patrol,
road blocks &/or street closures or any other Police matters pertaining to your
event. For events inside any Parks building a Police Officer is required to be
present if alcohol is being served and/or sold. If required to hire a Police
officer for an event, it will be at a charge of $25.00 per hour
with a four (4) hour minimum. This fee is payable to the officer at the time of the event.
cancellation request must be made in writing at least fifteen (15) days
prior to event for refund of fees paid. If a cancellation is made, on or before
fifteen (15) days prior to the event date, the Parks Department will submit a
refund request for fees paid, LESS a $25.00 processing fee, to the
Finance Department. Refunds will be processed and mailed according to the
regular accounts payable schedule.
neither to damage or in any manner deface the facilities and shall neither cause
nor permit anything to be done whereby the premises or equipment shall be in any
manner damaged or defaced, nor shall renter drive, or permit to be driven any
nails, hooks, tacks or screws in any part of the facility. Damage to the
facilities shall be sole liability of the renter, who agrees unequivocally to
reimburse the City for the cost of repairing damage facilities.
be invoiced for any damages occurred to facilities during their event.
SMOKING IS PROHIBITED IN ALL CITY PARK BUILDINGS
Ordinances pertaining to Parks & Events:
Sec. 4-4. Same--Advertising--Permit required.
It shall be unlawful for any person giving, or causing to be held, any
exhibition, demonstration, entertainment, fair, picnic, social and other such
functions referred to in sections 4-2 and 4-3, to permit to be advertised, or
made known to the public for the purpose of advertising, either by printed or
written dodgers, lithographs, canvases, posters, or any manner of advertising,
without a permit having been previously secured from the mayor.
(Ord. No. 185, § 3, 6-6-13)
Sec. 14-10. Possession and consumption of beverages in glass containers.
(1) Prohibited. The possession of beverages in glass containers and the
consumption of said beverages in glass containers and the possession of empty
glass beverage containers within the confines of the municipal parks and
playgrounds of the city is hereby prohibited.
(2) Penalty. Anyone found guilty of violating this section shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and punished by fine of not more than two hundred
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