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Riverton Sets Fee Structure For New Park

May 08, 2015 11:04PM ● By Taylor Stevens
Riverton City settled on a fee structure for rentals in the new park at the Old Dome Meeting Hall and its pavilions at its April 7 City Council meeting. 

All city councilmembers voted in favor of a $600 rental of the Old Dome Meeting Hall for Riverton residents with an $800 deposit. Additionally, the council voted to create a 10-day reservation limit per year in order to keep anyone from monopolizing the park. 

Rental costs for non-residents will be higher. 

The park will open June 22, and for its inaugural year, the council voted that only Riverton residents will be able to reserve the park until the end of the 2016 season. The city is currently taking reservations for the main park for dates after July 13. Pavilion rentals will be available through Sep. 30. 

All rentals must be made in person at the city’s Parks and Recreation office, and Riverton residents must bring proof of residency when making reservations. More rental information can be found on the city’s website.