Reserve the Lopez Community Center for Your Use
Lopez Community Center is open for use by all members (residents and property owners of Lopez Island), visitors, nonprofit organizations, and community service groups for usage within the limitations of LCCA's nonprofit 501(c)3 and real estate tax exemption charter.

You may reserve your use on this website. You may also visit the Center Office if you want assistance with your reservation.

The following outlines the general terms and conditions of making a reservation and using the Center facilities (more detailed information may be viewed in the standard Use Agreement and the Fee Schedules):
  • Lopez Center for Community and the Arts is available on a first come, first served basis and may be booked up to 12 months in advance.
  • The main building is available from 8 am till midnight.
  • Use of the outdoor pavilion and Center grounds must end by 10 pm.
  • Uses are divided into two types of use and availability are determined by, and rates are set, according to the type of use:
  • "Community" use - By individuals, organizations and groups that provide community, government, recreation, entertainment, cultural and educational services for events that are open to and benefit the Lopez community .
  • "Private" use - By other individuals, organizations and groups which does not include events open to the Lopez community.
  • A Use Agreement of the detailed terms and conditions must signed after it has been transmitted and before the specified deadline.
  • A Security Deposit must be paid before the specified deadline.
  • Full payment of the Use Fees must be received by the Center office in advance of the use and before the specified deadline.
  • Cancellation of a reservation may cause forfeiture of the Security Deposit and/or the Use Fees, depending of the timing of the cancellation.
  • The Security Deposit will be refunded upon completion of the event subject to satisfactory inspection by the Center of the premises.
  • Any requirement for insurance riders will be determined on a case by case basis.
  • An Event Steward must be designated to be responsible for all activity during the hours in which the facility is open and in use.
  • A Washington State permit must be obtained and presented in case it is planned to sell or serve alcoholic beverages and additional insurance may be required. Read more about alcohol policies and regulations.