Free Meeting Room for Non-Profits

If you ever visited North City Water District’s old / previous Administrative Headquarters building, you may have stumbled upon our Board of Commissioners gathered in the lobby for their twice-monthly meetings. We weren’t just trying to make these public meetings more transparent… there was simply no other available space for us to meet in that small building.

Thankfully that all changed when we updated and expanded the facility—and in keeping with our goal of serving the community at multiple levels, we designed a new, large, public meeting room suitable for Board meetings as well as community gatherings.

Calling All Non-Profits

If you are a governmental agency or non-profit organization, North City Water District would like to invite you to come try out our meeting room. To date, several organizations (not to mention a North City Jazz Walk band) have already taken advantage of the room’s many amenities, including:

• Ample capacity: up to 64 people
• Large meeting table with captain’s chairs
• A plentiful supply of standard chairs
• Large front foyer for check-in and/or mingling
• Adjacent public restrooms, water fountain, and water bottle filler
• Ample parking lot (including an electric car charging station!)

The room can be reserved any time between the hours of 8:00 am and 10:00 pm on weekdays, as long as it is not being used for District purposes. There is no charge to use the room, however we do require non-profit organizations to pay a $100 security deposit.

If your governmental agency or non-profit organization is in need of a meeting room or gathering space, feel free to contact us for more information or to reserve your date!

Meeting Room Contact:

Theresa Harrington, Executive Assistant
Direct line: 206-366-1939
Email Theresa

Presentation being made in new meeting room.