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Facility Rentals

Facility Rental Fee Fee Waived*
Depot $200.00 $50.00
Shelter $150.00 $50.00
Gazebo $150.00 $50.00
Depot/Gazebo $300.00 $50.00
Depot/Gazebo/Shelter $500.00 $100.00
* Partial Fee returned if left clean and no damage is done

Reservations

Reservations are on a first come, first served basis. All fees listed are subject to change. The full deposit is due at the time the reservation is made. The deposit, or portion thereof, shall be returned within 14 business days after the use of the facility provided that no damage occurred and all rules were followed. These facilities are jointly owned and operated by the Municipality of Germantown and German Township. For additional information or to make reservations, please call (937) 855-7255.

The Depot

The Depot

The Depot

Located in Veteran’s Memorial Park at 75 North Walnut Street, the Depot is actually an old train depot that was moved to this location in 1990 from East Center Street. This facility has both heating and air-conditioning to accommodate year round usage. The Depot can hold 45 people with tables and chairs and 55 people with chairs only, so no party is too big or too small.

No alcohol is permitted. Tables and chairs are available on site. Restroom facilities and a kitchenette are also provided. Reservations are typically made at least two months in advance.

Veterans Memorial Park Shelter

Veterans Park Shelter

Veterans Park Shelter

Located in Veteran’s Memorial Park at 75 North Walnut Street, the shelter is a¬†perfect place for childrens’ birthday parties or a cookout on a nice day. The shelter has a playground located adjacent to it and is within walking distance of the Germantown Municipal Pool.

No alcohol is permitted at the shelter. Picnic tables and benches are available. Restroom facilities are located within the shelter.

Kercher Park Shelter

Located in Kercher Park on Astoria Road, this shelter is a perfect place for ?after sporting event parties. Kercher Park has baseball, soccer, basketball and tennis facilities to be enjoyed by people of all ages. The Twin Creek bike/hike trail also runs behind the park and allows easy access to the downtown area via Main Street.

No alcohol is permitted at Kercher Park. Picnic tables and benches are available at the shelter. Permanent restroom facilities are not available.

The Gazebo

Gazebo

Gazebo

Located in Veteran’s Memorial Park at 75 North Walnut Street, the Gazebo is a picturesque location for wedding ceremonies. The park surrounding the Gazebo allows for plenty of space to set up chairs, tables etc., for whatever special plans you might have on your wedding day.

No alcohol is permitted at the Gazebo. Tables and chairs can be obtained by calling (937) 855-4510.Restroom facilities can be used in the Municipal Building, which is adjacent to the Gazebo.

Senior Citizens Center

The Senior Citizen Center is available by calling the center at (937) 853-8900. No alcohol is permitted.Tables and chairs are provided at the center. Restroom facilities and full use of kitchen are included.



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Stormwater Education & Outreach

Stormwater Education & Outreach

Storm Water Friendly Watering Tips

  • Direct your downspouts to a depressed area or a garden bed so water soaks into the yard instead of rushing out into the streets.
  • Use rain barrels to store rainwater from downspouts
  • Do not over water. Excessive watering can lead to runoff, which wastes both water and chemicals you may have added to your lawn.
  • Incorporate swales and berms to your landscaping so runoff is contained and does not leave your yard.

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