Pasadena’s city Parks and Recreation department offer Recreation centers, Pavilions and Gazebos for parties, meetings, and gatherings. Facilities are available for rental on Saturday’s and Sunday’s during the hours of 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
To view a Facility in person visit location during 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Monday – Friday.
To reserve a Facility visit our Parks and Recreation Office at 3111 San Augustine Ave during 8:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. Monday – Friday.
Reservations are available up to six months in advance, and no less than two weeks prior to event.
Responsible party must be twenty-one years of age or older to reserve the facility, and must provide verification of age and physical address with current Texas Driver’s License or Identification Card.
All rentals are a minimum of four hours.
Full payment is due at time of reservation. (Hourly rental and deposit). Forms of payment are cash, money order or credit card. Additional 4% charge when paying with credit card.
Renter is responsible for clean up during reserved time period.
Event must start and end within the reserved time period and be continuous. Items cannot be dropped off prior to the booked time and the facility must be vacated and items removed by the end of the booked time.
If event runs over the contracted time, you will be required to vacate the premises, and the full deposit will be withheld; additional fees may occur.
No alcohol allowed on premises.
No smoking allowed in buildings.
No Propane gas tanks or Microwaves permitted.
Kitchen not included.
If you are planning to have a moonjump in a City park or on City property, you must have the following: a generator to power the moonjump and a Certificate of Liability Insurance. You must have proof of insurance with you that day as well as fax it to our office before your party takes place. Our fax number is 713-477-7210. A Certificate of Liability Insurance can be obtained either from the moonjump company you rent from or from your personal insurance company. It must include name of renter, location and date.