Park Shelter & Picnic Area Rentals
All picnic areas and shelters (Park Facilities) are available on a first-come, first-served basis; however, they can be rented for a minimal of 4 hours at all City of DuPont parks. Parks can not be rented out for exclusive use, but the rental of a space gives a group the conditional right to use that requested area for a specified date and times.
The most popular requests are for covered picnic areas (shelters). Currently, there are 3 shelters/ pavilions within DuPont available to rent:
The Pavilion at DuPont PowerWorks Park is available for use on a first-come basis; however, you may reserve the pavilion for private or public functions.
Chief Leschi Park Picnic Tables & Swing Set
Iafrati Park Pavilion & Open Field
Ethel Lumsdon Park Picnic Tables & Playground
Sellers Park Covered Pavilion
Edmond Village Picnic Tables & Playground
Applying For a Reservation
We are in the process of a reservation overall so please be patient while we work out the bugs! To apply for a reservation, please review the Park Facility Use & Reservation Policies and determine whether or not your planned event requires a special event permit. Due to the inability to have an viewable calendar for each location at this time, and the potentiality of requiring certain permits for your event, please contact Sean Randall or DuPont City Hall at least 30 days in advance to be sure your planned date is available for the site you have in mind. Requests made 5 business days prior to the planned event date might not be not be accepted.
For applications not requiring a Special Event Permit, an invoice from Seamless Docs will be sent to the e-mail provided in your initial application within 2-5 business days after its submission. All reservations will have a usage fee and a refundable damage/ cleaning deposit that will be returned as long as the area being rented is left the way it was found when you arrived. It is your responsibility to document if the site is in poor shape when you arrive. Payment can be made by credit or debit card. If another payment method is preferred, please contact Sean Randall and other options can be discussed.
Payment for reservations requiring a Special Event Permit
A reservation is not complete and valid until all applicable fees and deposits have been paid for in full. If all fees are not paid for within 5 business days prior to your planned event, your event is at risk to being given to the next group if there is a waiting list for that particular date and area. If you required a Special Event Permit and you have not received a response from the City in regards to your event and an invoice to pay your fees by two weeks prior to your event date, please call.
A waiting list may begin if multiple requests for a particular area are made for the same date and times. There are two outcomes of the waiting list:
- Subsequent applications will be added to a waiting list. If payment hasn't been received within 5 business days prior to the event, the first group will be dropped and the second group will need to pay within 24 hours after notification by phone call and e-mail.
- Or a written agreement between the first two groups agreeing to a back-to-back booking on the requested date with a minimal hour buffer. If either group is on the site outside of their designated rental time, they are at risk of being billed any additional time or have that amount taken out of their deposit.