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<br />zoom <br />POLICY Policy No: MUN-FAC-2030 <br /> <br />Approval Date: February 28, 2022 <br />Policy Title: CITY FACILITY USAGE BY <br />GROUPS OR EVENTS <br />Reviewed Date: Click here to enter text. <br />Policy Type: COUNCIL <br />Next Review Date: February 2028 <br />Category: Municipal Services <br />Reviewed Date: Click here to enter text. <br />Sub-Category: Facility <br />Last Amended: Click here to enter a <br />date. <br />Author: Corina Tasker <br />Replaces: MUN-FAC-380 and <br />Dept/Div: CSD/Administration <br />MUN-FAC-443 <br />Repealed: Click here to enter a date. <br />Replaced by: Click here to enter text. <br />Related Policies, Procedures and/or Guidelines: <br />MUN-FAC-325 Municipal Alcohol Policy (MAP) <br />ADM-ELE-226 Elections – Use of Corporate Resources for Political Campaign Purposes <br />FIN-GRA-525 Community Grants <br />MUN-FAC-495 Corporate Security Staff – City <br />MUN-FAC-415 Facility Booking Guidelines for Non-profit Groups <br /> <br />1. POLICY PURPOSE: <br /> <br />The City of Kitchener offers a variety of bookable rooms and spaces within City <br />facilities and on City property for use by the public. The intent of this policy is to <br />outline what uses are permitted on City property and in City facilities, and the <br />associated requirements which must be met by the public when using these <br />spaces. <br /> <br />The policy also incorporates use of space fee waivers for Indigenous <br />organizations, groups, families and individuals. The City of Kitchener is working <br />with the City of Waterloo to make access to public spaces a priority to ensure the <br />Indigenous community can celebrate its culture, traditions, and ceremonies. This <br />is part of our continued commitment to Indigenous reconciliation. <br /> <br /> <br /> 1 of 14 <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />