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This information pertains to all areas of Main Campus except for the Centennial Mall. Please contact Doug Collins, Director, Facilities Maintenance/Grounds, at 419-530-1011 or Matt Hemming , Grounds Supervisor at 419-530-1004 with any questions. The hours of operations are Monday – Friday 7 am – 3:30 pm.
- No vehicles will be allowed to operate on the lawn areas. This includes
cars, trucks, beer distributors, trailers, vending machines, dunking booths, motorcycles,
etc. Where there is a need to deliver
supplies for an outdoor event (such as tents, tables, chairs, food, etc.), which requires
operating a vehicle on the lawn area, permission
may be granted on a case by case basis by the Grounds Manager or Grounds Supervisor.
Any damage occurring from any
unauthorized activity will be repaired by the Grounds Department at the expense of
the event sponsor.
- The Grounds Department will provide trash containers for the event when requested
by the event
sponsor. Event sponsors are responsible for assuring that all trash generated from
the event is deposited into the trash containers.
The Grounds Department will empty the trash containers at the end of the event. Trash
that is not deposited in the containers will be
cleaned up by the Grounds Department at the expense of the event sponsor.
- The Grounds Department can provide barrier fencing where required for events serving
This should be scheduled at least 2 (two) weeks before the event is to take place.
- Bonfires are permitted under special circumstances. The only approved site for bonfires
in the Flatlands, near the Spirit Rock. Clean wood for the bonfire will be provided,
and the structure will be constructed in the
proper location by the Grounds Department. There is a time limit from the City of
3 hours, and a height limit of 3 feet. The Grounds
Department will ignite the fire and monitor it from set up until it is extinguished.
There is a fee of $180.00, which includes a City
permit, wood, construction of the bonfire, igniting the fire, standby with a water
truck, extinguishing the fire and cleanup. NOTE:
This is a safety issue. Bonfires should be scheduled at least a month in advance.
An application will need to be filled out by the sponsor and forwarded to the City for approval
prior to the event.
Please fax back to our office (x1016) once you fill out your portion, and include an account number which we can charge for the event.
Facilities & Construction
2801 West Bancroft Street, MS216
Toledo, OH 43606-3390
Scott Park Campus for Energy & Innovation
S.P. Student Center, Room 2150
Phone: 419-530-1011 | Fax: 419-530-1016