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Town of Cumberland, RI
Providence County
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[Ord. No. 06-03, § 1, 5-17-2006]
In accordance with the Charter for the Town of Cumberland, the Town Council is authorized to enact ordinances to provide for revenue and appropriate money for expenditures.
[Ord. No. 06-03, § 1, 5-17-2006; Ord. No. 10-07, § 1, 4-7-2010; Ord. No. 14-05, § 1, 3-19-2014]
The Town Council of the Town of Cumberland agrees to the establishment of fees to be collected by the parks and recreation department according to the schedule outlined herein below:
Softball Field
Adult Cumberland resident organizations
$50 per night
Adult non-Cumberland resident organizations
$100 per night
Baseball Field
Concession stand
$100 per event
Adult Cumberland resident organizations
$25 per 2 hours
Adult non-Cumberland resident organizations
$50 per 2 hours
Baseball/Softball Field
Youth Cumberland resident organizations
$20 per 2 hours, or $50 per day
Youth non-Cumberland resident organizations
$40 per 2 hours, or $100 per day
Lighting
Cumberland resident organizations
$25 per 4 hours
Non-Cumberland resident organizations
$50 per hour
Basketball Court
Cumberland resident organizations
Exempt
Non-Cumberland resident organizations
$5 per hour
Football Field
(Includes: restrooms, press box, scoreboard)
Adult Cumberland resident organizations
$100 per hour
Adult and Youth non-Cumberland resident organizations
$200 per hour
Youth Cumberland resident organizations
$100 per hour
Lighting
All organizations
$100 per 4 hours
Cumberland Recreation Programs
No competitive or select teams
4 five-hour time slots per season
Field use by permit only
Violators subject to a $150 fine
Multipurpose/Soccer Field
Adult Cumberland resident organizations
$20 per 2 hours, or $50 per day
Adult non-Cumberland resident organizations
$40 per 2 hours, or $100 per day
Youth Cumberland resident organizations
$20 per 2 hours, or $50 per day
Youth non-Cumberland resident organizations
$40 per 2 hours, or $100 per day
Skateboard Park
Cumberland resident organizations
Exempt
Non-Cumberland resident organizations
$50 per hour
Lights
Additional $10 per hour
Street Hockey Rink
Cumberland resident organizations
Exempt
Non-Cumberland resident organization
$5 per hour
Lights
Additional $10 per hour
Tennis Court
Cumberland resident organizations
Exempt
Non-Cumberland resident organizations
$5 per hour
Lights
Additional $10 per hour
Lining of Fields
Non-Cumberland resident organizations
$25 per lining
Baseball/softball
$75 per lining
Field hockey, lacrosse, soccer
$75 per lining
Football
$125 per lining
A "Cumberland resident organization" is an organization where at least 90% of the participants are residents of the Town.
In kind contributions from any Cumberland sports league may exempt fees as outlined herein. This will be at the discretion of the director of recreation and reported to the Town Council on a quarterly basis.
[Ord. No. 06-03, § 1, 5-17-2006; amended 12-7-2016 by Ord. No. 16-25]
(a) 
The fees for the use of fields, parks and other Town recreation facilities shall be collected in full upon the approval for use of the fields, parks and other Town recreation facilities by the Parks and Recreation Department, subject, however, to the provisions of § 28-35(b) and (c).
(b) 
The fees collected shall be deposited into a capital fund to be created and maintained by the Finance Department to be utilized solely for the repair and replacement of the facilities at Tucker Field.
(c) 
All fees derived from the rental of facilities set forth in § 28-35(b) shall be deposited in the capital fund created pursuant to § 28-35(b). Additionally, 10% of fees derived from those events run by the Parks and Recreation Department and known as "Haunted Hill" and "Winter Wonderland" net of expenses as well as fees from scoreboard advertising, shall be deposited into the capital fund with the remaining revenue from said events being deposited into the existing recreation revenue account to be utilized to offset related costs in the general fund.