Facilities Use

The Athletics and Use of Facilities Department processes all requests for the use of District facilities and the posting of banners on District property.  

Our department ensures that all user groups are properly insured and meet all of the District policy requirements for use of school facilities, and coordinates with the Maintenance and Operations Department to ensure proper maintenance of the facilities.

The use of school property is governed by the Civic Center Act, California Ed Code 38130, and Orange Unified School District Board of Education.



 

 

 


 

Welcome to OUSD's Use of Facilities

Online Reservation System

RESERVATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR WINTER FACILITY USE

⇒ APPLICATIONS MAY BE SUBMITTED FOR USE THROUGH MARCH 29,2019

⇒ OUSD SCHOOL SITES ARE CLOSED DURING 3 WEEKS CHRISTMAS BREAK, 12/15/18 - 1/6/19

⇒ FACILITY USE WILL NOT GRANTED DURING SITE CLOSURES

 

 

TO ASSIST YOU, A FEW DETAILED POLICIES BELOW:

All internal and external groups must submit their request via the online facility use scheduling system, not less than fifteen (15) days before the desired use is to take place.

Notification of cancellations are required five (5) or more days to permit event date to avoid full charges.

All requests will be reviewed by the Use of Facilities office and decisions for approval will be based on the following criteria:

Be in good financial standing and all past due invoices are paid to current.

Liability coverage is in force for the complete term of the contract time requested.

All applicants must upload their Certificate of Liability Insurance (COI) for their organization. The certificate must:

  • Show at least $1,000,000/occurrence of general liability insurance.
  • Name as the Certificate Holder: Orange Unified School District, 1401 N. Handy Street, Orange, CA 92867
  • Name Orange Unified School District as additional insured by written endorsement to the policy (requires a 2nd page). OUSD full name and address should be noted on the 2nd page endorsement.
  • Ensure the policy period covers the entire period for which you are requesting use.
  • Verify that sexual abuse and molestation are not excluded with a minimum of $1,000,000/occurrence and $2,000,000/aggregate under the general liability policy. This should be noted as a covered exposure under the "limits" column on the COI. If you must purchase sexual abuse and molestation coverage through another insurance carrier a separate COI and additional insured written endorsement as described above must be provided.

Commercial vendors must provide proof of workers' compensation coverage.

Food vendors must display Orange County Health Permit while on OUSD campuses.

Non-profit organizations must provide proof of their organization's non-profit status (i.e., letter from the IRS 501c3, letter from the State of California Board of Equalization, etc.).

 

 

 

                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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