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Yes, your deposit will be automatically submitted for refund after your event. The process takes anywhere from 4-6 weeks and the check is mailed to the address provided. If you wish to personally pick up your check, you must make a request through the Parks & Recreation Office. You may pick up your check on Friday’s after 3:30pm; you must show a photo I.D.
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Dogs are only allowed at the dog parks (Roscoe Warren Municipal Park and James Archer Smith Park). Any other animal is not allowed in our parks. Service animals are welcome.
Yes, bounce-houses are allowed at JD Redd Park, James Archer Smith Park, Harris Field Park, Blakey Park, Roby George Park, and Mayor Roscoe Warren Municipal Park Pavilion #3 only. You are required to rent a pavilion and provide general liability insurance. However, we do not allow any other type of motorized equipment in the park including water slides. Please be sure that a generator is included with your bounce house rental.
Cancelations must be submitted two weeks prior to the event date in writing to the Parks and Recreation office. Refunds generally take four to six weeks for processing. Refunds will not be issued due to inclement weather which would include rain outs, cold weather, etc.
No. BBQ pits are located at Harris Field and JD Redd Municipal Park. Small grills are available at all other park pavilions. Prepared food may be brought to your pavilion.
Blakey Park, Roby George Park, and JD Redd Park do not have any available outlets. James Archer Smith Park, Harris Field and Mayor Roscoe Warren Municipal Park do have available outlets. The available outlets are for light use (small speaker or small household appliances). You may not plug-in any bounce-houses or heavy equipment to the outlets. You must provide your own generator for heavy use items.
No alcohol is allowed in any city parks except for Harris Field Barn Pavilion, Phichol Williams Community Center and William F. “Bill” Dickinson Community Center. Please see insurance policy.
If you have more than 10 people playing on a field then, yes, you would have to rent the field. If you have less than 10, then you may play on that field. Only open fields are available, locked fields must be rented.
It would be subject to the approval of the Homestead Police Department depending on the nature of your event. Please see the information page for more details.