The train depot is among the Hampton facilities available for use by citizens for events.

Fee structure set for use of Hampton facilities

The Hampton City Council voted at its April 9 regular meeting to approve a new rental fee structure for use of city-owned facilities and properties.

Available sites listed under the plan include the Catherine S. Williams Community Center at the Fortson Building and Garden; the Historic Train Depot; the Terry F. Jones Depot Park; McBrayer Park; and the Old Shop Property. There is no charge for official city-sponsored events or meetings at any of these locations, although those events must be approved by the City Council. All properties require at $250 deposits up front for use. Each site has a set price for eight hours of use and an hourly rate for additional time up to a maximum of ten hours.

Prices for city residents or employees are slightly lower than for non-residents.

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