Civic Center Permits
The major function of the Civic Center Permit program is the issuance of the appropriate permit to allow for the use of school facilities in conformance with the California Education Code mandate and the Board of Education rules, which require that each and every public school facility be made available as a civic center to members of the community for supervised not-for-profit recreational activities, meetings and public discussions, when regular school activities are not disrupted.
TO QUALIFY FOR A PERMIT
Activity must be not-for-profit and open to the public. A certificate of Insurance is required for the use of all LAUSD owned facilities. At LAUSD’s sole discretion, certain events may require additional insurance or waivers. Your Certificate of Insurance must be approved by the LAUSD Division of Risk Management and Insurance Services (Risk Management) prior to the execution of a Civic Center Permit.
FEES AND COSTS
Youth group activities held in indoor non-recreational facilities may not be charged to groups including but not limited to Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, Good News Clubs, Parent-teachers’ Associations and School Advisory Councils.
Youth and Adult groups are charged direct costs for use of District facilities.
All groups are charged direct costs during District holiday and vacation periods.
TO OBTAIN A PERMIT
Permits are issued for four month periods. Any number of uses may be included in a single permit period for each school site.