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The Neighborhood Preservation Center has two meeting rooms for weekday, weekend, and evening use by groups working toward the preservation and improvement of the urban environment. Each room holds approximately 15-20 people. The rooms are connected by a 5’10" sliding door to form a larger space that can accommodate 35 people maximum. Meeting Room One (The Purple Room) is 15’ x 17’10’’. Meeting Room Two (The Green Room) is 15’ x 19’ (at its deepest point). Audiovisual equipment and kitchen facilities are available. The user group is responsible for any set up and clean up of the rooms and kitchen. More views: Meeting Rooms Picasa Album.
First time using our space?
Please email us the following information on your organization's letterhead: Name of organization, Non-profit status, Contact person (name and title), Phone Number, Fax Number, Email address, Website, Organization Mission Statement. If applicable, please also send a copy of your organization's tax-exempt form.
Basic Meeting Room Policies
The meeting rooms are available as off-site gathering spaces for non-profit groups or civic associations working toward the preservation and improvement of the urban environment. We refer to these groups as "inside constituency" groups. They may schedule use of the rooms according to our guidelines. Some typical uses include staff retreats, lectures, information sessions, interviews, board meetings, etc. Parties, exhibitions and receptions are not allowed. If the group is determined to be part of the Center’s constituency, the group will be asked to fill out a resource referral form as part of its first use of the space.
The meeting rooms are open for use by groups outside our constituency but, as we give priority to groups within our constituency, they may be reserved by “outside constituency" groups no more than two weeks before the desired meeting date. The Center does not schedule regular group meetings (i.e., a meeting every third Monday).
Photo Credit: Susan De Vries, 2011