Meadowview Community Center
General Rules, Regulations & Policy Information
Statement of Purpose
The Meadowview Community Center is
designed as a service facility for the entire community regardless of race,
creed, religion or national origin. In addition to the medical clinic, it is
intended to provide a convenient place where persons of all ages can meet in a
wholesome atmosphere to enjoy social gatherings, learning, plus entertaining
and/or enlightening programs.
Meadowview First, Inc. is a steering committee comprised of local
representatives who will administer the use of these facilities. We intend to
maintain a clean and useful building of which everyone in the community can be
proud. Toward that end we offer the following restrictions, which we ask everyone
to respect and follow:
The following are NOT allowed inside the Meadowview Community Center:
• Animals of any kind, except for service animals assisting someone with
• Alcoholic beverages, controlled substances or abuse of prescription or
• Chewing gum
• Clothing that is inappropriate to wear in public, including dress that
might be too revealing or include offensive language or art. Shoes, shirts and,
of course, pants, shorts, skirts or dresses must be worn for any and all events
in the community center.
• Firearms or any devices generally considered to be weapons, including
knives with blades longer than 5 inches, unless used in a pre-approved display
for educational or historic purposes.
An exception is made for law enforcement officers on duty.
• Food or beverages around computers or other electronic devices.
• Graffiti or any form of marking or carving on facility walls, ceilings,
furnishings or decorations.
• Use of nails, tacks, staples, glue, tape or other means to attach
balloons, streamers or posters to walls, ceilings or furnishings.
• Profanity or otherwise offensive language, inappropriate behavior,
carousing, horseplay, fighting, overtly sexual or otherwise indecent acts.
• ANY act which defaces the property or potentially compromises the
health and safety, causes harm, discomfort or insult to any patron or in any
way lessens the ability of someone else to enjoy use of these facilities.
NOTE: Vandalism, theft or the use of illegal substances are crimes and
violators will be prosecuted.
Youth under the age of 13, not in a supervised activity, must have adult
supervision. Parents are responsible for their child(ren) at all times. The Meadowview Community Center staff reserves the
right to discipline any child(ren) and approach the parents if there is a
School aged children are not allowed in the facility during school hours
unless attending a supervised activity.
Proper caution and care should be maintained with regard to personal
valuables. Neither the Meadowview Community Center staff
nor Meadowview First, Inc. is responsible for lost, stolen or misplaced
All facilities will be made available on a first come, first served basis.
Regularly scheduled programs generally take priority over rentals; however
we reserve the right to decline to allow any one organization to monopolize the
facilities on a regular daily or weekly basis.
Persons or groups may rent portions of the facility. A rental fee is required
of private parties and is payable at the time a reservation is made. Payment
may be in cash or check. We do not accept credit or debit cards. Refunds will
be made in the event cancellation is made at least two weeks prior to the date
Civic or charitable organizations are not required to pay a rental fee.
Anyone using the kitchen: however, is required to pay a $35.00 fee/deposit,
$25.00 of which will be refunded if the kitchen is left clean and no utensils,
appliances, or dinnerware must be replaced, and there is no damage to
furnishings or carpets.
Trash bags, vacuum cleaner and other cleaning supplies are provided.
Events held as fund-raisers must have prior approval of the Meadowview
First, Inc. Board of Directors. The board currently meets the last Tuesday of
each month, but meeting dates are subject to change, so be sure to make those
requests well ahead of the date you are requesting use of the facility.
These rates apply to either the front meeting area or the conference room:
$10.00 per hour
$25.00 for 4 hours
$50.00 for 8-10 hours
Anyone wishing to use the computer facilities for teaching should schedule
use of those facilities through Highlands Education Literacy
A fee of $10.00 per hour is recommended.