MARIAN BERGESON AQUATIC CENTER
(Located at Corona del Mar High School)
City of Newport Beach Recreation Senior Services Department
- Each group is subject to a $250.00 refundable deposit prior to pool reservation.
- Non-Profit groups must provide proof of non-profit status.
- Number of lifeguards based on anticipated pool attendance.
- Residency is determined by membership equaling 51% Newport Beach residents.
- Electronic scoreboard and timing system is NOT available through the City of Newport Beach
Types of Use:
Shared Use: Renter shares pool space with city programs.
Exclusive Use: Renter has exclusive use of the pool.
Non-Profit: Renter must provide proof of non-profit status.
Private: College, Private, and Club Teams.
Commercial: Businesses, Film Companies, Photographers, etc.
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*Fees include one (1) city lifeguard. Additional lifeguard fees are $23/hr./lifeguard.
POOL LIFEGUARDS TO POOL PARTICPANTS
Due to the format and volume of participation during large meets / tournaments, Recreation Services lifeguard staff will be required to work. The number of staff and fees are as follows:
Events of 100 or less participants 1 guard
Meets of 101–299 participants 2 guards
Meets of 300+ participants 3 guards
Guards are required to arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of the event and will remain until everyone has cleared the pool area (which should take 30 minutes) as stated on the “Facility Use” form. One lifeguard will also be appointed to go over the “Condition of Facility” checklist before and after the event with the renter/team representative.
All vehicles must obey parking regulations. If estimated attendance warrants, renter must post “NO PARKING” signs in front of the Eastbluff Residential Neighborhood entrance located on Eastbluff Drive across from school parking lot. Signs and barricades are available at General Services. To arrange for pick-up during normal business hours, call 949-644-3053. In addition, renter must station a minimum of (2) two parking attendants to direct parking into the high school parking lot, or exterior parking around the high school. Parking monitors must be available through the duration of the event. The Newport Beach Police Department must be notified of large events (spectator attendance of 500 or more) so they can ticket illegally parked vehicles. This type of event usually requires completion of a city “Special Events Permit” which is an additional fee.
Facilities and equipment are to be left in the same condition as they were prior to the activity.
Upon arrival time on the day of the event the renter, who is the responsible applicant, must initially inspect the premises with a staff person and fill out a “Condition of Facility Report.” This report is a checklist to insure there is no disagreement as to the condition of the facility before and after the event.
At the conclusion of the activity and clean up, the group representative is required to participate in a “Condition of Facility” Inspection conducted by City Staff. If deemed necessary, the reservation group may be subject additional cleaning or equipment replacement fee.
Renter is responsible for picking up all trash and dumping full trash bags in the dumpster located outside of the pool on west side of the building. New liners are to be replaced in the trashcans, bathrooms are to be cleaned and restocked (and the deck hosed off if large event of 200+ spectators or if food and drink are stuck on the ground).
The applicant must accept responsibility for the actions of all participants and spectators within the group and all areas of the facility utilized by the group including restrooms. The facility must be left in the exact order it was accepted including restrooms, bleachers, office\rooms, pool and deck.
A responsible representative of the group must be present through the entire event. If event is a non-school function, city staff is responsible for opening and closing the M.B.A.C.
Under no circumstances will Department equipment be removed from the M.B.A.C.
Repeat reservations of any given group will be contingent upon care of property and equipment and observance of approved rules and regulations.
No gambling of any kind shall be conducted on or in the municipal facilities, and permittee shall insure that no profane language or other disorderly or unseemly, conduct shall be allowed in the M.B.A.C.
The M.B.A.C. shall not be used for purposes of advancing any doctrine or theory subversive under the Constitution of the United States.
The Director, or designated representatives will permit food and refreshments only in certain designated areas as determined.
Food concessions must have prior written approval from the Recreation Senior Services Department and is subject to completion of a “Special Events Permit.”
Any exceptions to the above policies will be referred to the Director.
NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR BEVERAGES / FOOD IN GLASS CONTAINERS ARE ALLOWED ON THE PREMISES!
Renter must declare any vendor requesting to conduct business at a group event. Each vendor must provide proof of a City of Newport Beach issued business license prior to the event date.
If, in the opinion of the Director, an activity condition warrants the presence of one or more security personal, the cost of such service shall be borne by the group or person sponsoring the event.
If, after proof of security has been submitted to Recreation Senior Services, said security is not present on date of activity, the City Staff in charge may request the group to discontinue activity and ask the group to leave the area.