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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