Can I rent the Civic Center for a party?

Yes! The Civic Center is open to residents and non-residents for social gatherings and parties on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00pm - 10:00pm.

  • Resident Rate: $45/hr
    Non-Resident Rate: $65/hr
  • A minimum of 3 hours must be requested. (1 extra hour is offered for free for set-up)
  • A $150 cash deposit, separate from the room rental fee, is due 2 weeks after requesting the space. (The deposit will be held until after the event in case of damage)
  • Absolutely no ALCOHOL, GLITTER, CONFETTI or SILLY STRING is allowed.
  • The room must be left in the condition it was found.

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1. What are the Civic Center hours of operation?
2. How do I make an appointment for Dial-A-Ride?
3. Can I rent the Civic Center for a party?
4. Where is the Bloomfield Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs Department’s main office? What are you hours of operation? What is your main Phone number? What is your main email address?
5. Is the building handicap accessible?
6. Is there parking?
7. If I am part of a township organization can we use the Civic Center to hold our meetings?
8. Can I rent the civic center for my business?
9. Is the Bloomfield Civic Center available to be rented out for parties or social gatherings? What are the rules and pricing?
10. Do you offer programs and activities for adults?
11. Do you offer programs and activities for senior citizens?
12. Do you offer programs and activities for high school students?
13. How can I find out about new programs/events?
14. How can I suggest new programs/events?
15. Do I need to pre-register for these programs?
16. How do you determine the registration fee for your programs?
17. How do I find out if an event or program is canceled due to weather?
18. What is your refund policy?
19. Where can I find more information about your transportation services?
20. What is Dial-A-Ride and how does it work?
21. How can I obtain a permit for a park?
22. How do I request a permit for Brookdale and Watsessing Park?
23. How can I obtain information on the Brookdale Park concerts?
24. My son or daughter attends Bloomfield Middle School. Does the Board of Education (BOE) sponsor sports teams?
25. What are the costs for Suburban and In-town Basketball?
26. How is the Suburban Traveling Team selected?
27. Should my child attend all of the evaluation/tryout dates even if they don’t want to be considered for the Suburban Traveling Team?
28. How are In-town teams created?
29. If my child makes the Suburban Traveling Team can they also play in the In-town Basketball League?
30. Can my 6th grader play in the Home and School Basketball League AND the Suburban Traveling Basketball Team or the In-town Team?
31. What is the time commitment?
32. How is playing time handled?
33. What equipment is provided and/or required?
34. Is transportation provided to practices, home or away games?
35. As a parent, can I attend practices or games?
36. How can I find out if a game or program is cancelled due to inclement weather?
37. How do I become a coach?
38. How do I sign up for sports that are not directly run through the recreation department such as William Foley Football/Cheerleading, Bloomfield Soccer Club or Bloomfield Little League?
39. What does Summer Camp Registration begin?
40. When does Summer Camp usually begin?
41. How much does Summer Camp cost?
42. Can I register my children at the same camp site, even though they are not in the grade level?
43. Can I pro-rate and only attend a few hours per day or a few days per week?
44. What forms of payment do you accept?
45. Where is summer camp held?
46. What should my child bring to camp?
47. Are campers able to bring their cell phones to camp?
48. When are summer job application available?
49. How old to you have to be to be considered for a Summer Job?
50. Does Bloomfield have a town pool?
51. Is there a Financial Assistance Program?