Business Use of a Park, Picnic Area or Facility
Business operations include, but are not limited to: sale, rental or promotion of merchandise or service; the provision of a paid service or program. Such examples could be:
- Fitness class
- Skills clinics
- Personal sports coach
- Arts and crafts class
- Commercial film shoot
- Park concessionaire
- Business reception
- Product demonstrations
- Food booth at an event
- Guided tours
Get Started: Business Park Rental Instructions
In order for a business to operate in or on District property, a business must request permission from the District and be properly permitted for the activity as follows.
- To protect public assets, MSRPD requires all businesses operating on District property to provide general liability insurance naming Mount Shasta Recreation and Parks District as additionally insured. Liability insurance is for $1 million per occurrence and occasionally higher based upon the risk potential of the activity. Insurance is due within 30 days of an event. (Insurance Requirements)
- A valid business license issued by the City of Mount Shasta must be obtained and verified by the Parks District before any business operations will be allowed. (Business License Procedures)
- A document showing proof of certification for sports/activities being taught if applicable.
- The name of the business shown on the business license, liability insurance and use agreement must match.
Activities that conflict with other public park uses, impede care and maintenance of the park, detract from general park visitor use or enjoyment or violate the Park Ordinance will not be permitted.
Complete and submit this Use Request Form: a MSRPD staff member will contact you within 7 business days.
A MSRPD staff member will contact you within 7 business days to review your request and discuss the Facitly Rental Fee.