Community Facility Rentals

  • Current Status of Facility Use

    Current Status of High School Athletics, MUSD Facilities, Youth Sports, and Other Organized Activities Utilizing MUSD Facilities:

    It is encouraging to see our Nation, State, and local community start down the path of re-opening, but we must stay diligent as a community to remain on that path. With the phased opening of schools by Governor Newsom, we look forward to San Joaquin County Public Health allowing districts to resume athletic practices and contest based on State guidelines. Until that time, we will be abiding by the provisional starting of sports by allowing MUSD high school teams activities effective June 15, 2020 based on the current Public Health Order with the following protocols:

    1. Team activities must be conditioning, and skill based only.
    2. No equipment may be used.
    3. All activities must be done outside.
    4. Social distancing will be followed where practical and possible.
    5. Athletes are to come dressed for the activities. No locker rooms will be available at this time.
    6. Athletes must not be in groups greater than 25 per coach.

    Additionally, we look forward to receiving determinations from San Joaquin County Public Health Services and the California Interscholastic Federation regarding sports that can be safely played this fall.

    Under the Civic Center Act, and in accordance with Board Policy 1330, any activities beyond casual use (which includes athletic practices or organized competitions of any kind) requires written authorization through an MUSD Facilities Use Agreement. MUSD is not currently issuing outside Facilities Use Agreements due to COVID-19 and therefore remains closed to youth sports organizations until further notice. The California Public Health department has not provided guidance on youth sports re-opening. Additionally, the Stay-at-home order has not re-opened youth sports organizations. Therefore, no practices or organized activities should be occurring on MUSD facilities.

    Further guidance will be provided as we work within our State and County health guidelines. 

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  • Use of MUSD Facilities

    Manteca USD recognizes that school facilities are primarily intended for the education of the children of the District. However, school facilities may be used by residents of the community for the purposes set forth in the California Education Code, provided that such use does not interfere with or restrict the educational program of the District.

    Online Reservation System

    All outside groups must apply for and obtain a permit in order to use a school facility. As a convenience to our community, this Civic Permits website is available to process permit applications online. 

    https://musd.civicpermits.com

    **Please note, only the primary contact within your organization is the agent authorized to make an application for the use of facilities. Every organization must provide a certificate of insurance and an additional insured endorsement that meet Risk Management requirements. 

    Rules of Application

    Use of various school facilities shall be granted to responsible organizations and groups within the community, subject to the rules and regulations set forth by the Board of Trustees and the California Education Code. General rules and regulations are stated in the Facility Use Handbook. All request must be submitted withing 20 calendar days, and is based off of school site approval first. 

    If you have additional questions, please contact:

    Erica McCullough
    Facility Use Coordinator
    209.858.0845