D Street Neighborhood Center
The D Street Neighborhood Center is the perfect rental facility for private parties and small-stage performances. With a seating capacity of 300 and 140 dining, this 2,500 square-foot facility lends itself well to many different community events. Please note that if the event you are planning includes amplified music, please note that amplified music is only permitted Fridays and Saturday until 10 p.m. and Sundays until 9 p.m.
- 14 tables (30" x 72")
- 12 round tables (60")
- 3 half-round tables (60")
- 2 quarter-round tables (30")
- 130 chairs
- Kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, freezer, stove, dish sanitizer and 140 plates and coffee cups
- 144 Dishes/Utensils
- Dish Sanitizer
FeesClick this link to view all Venue Fees Chart.
Non-profit agencies receive a 25% discount. You must provide a Non-Profit I.D. number.
School districts within Arcata must have a joint use agreement on file with the City of Arcata to receive discounted rates. You must provide a Non-profit I.D. number.
To reserve the facility please fill out the form (PDF), print and sign the Facility Use Permit and Rules and Regulations and submit with a $300 deposit to the Arcata Recreation Division
736 F Street
Arcata, CA 95521
It is recommended that you call the Recreation Office to check availability 707-822-7091. Rental fees and insurance coverage are due 14 working days prior to the event. Upon satisfactory inspection of the facility, your deposit will be refunded.
Zero Waste Action Plan
The City of Arcata has adopted a Zero Waste Action Plan to help reduce waste generated in the City as much as possible. The City is asking Arcata Community Center and D Street Neighborhood Center renters to consider using the City-provided dishware and/or use rental dishes and linens. Should you choose to use the City’s dishware, we will provide you with the information needed to properly clean and put away the dishes for the next user. The City can also provide you with contact information on reusable dish and linen rental businesses. The City has banned the use of Styrofoam dishware citywide and single use water bottles inside city facilities. If you choose to use throwaway dishware it cannot be Styrofoam. City facilities have sinks, drinking fountains and/or water filling stations as well as reusable pitchers and glassware. Thank you for helping us prevent waste in Arcata.