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Heritage House

Max Occupancy 64

Heritage House Reservation Form



Meeting room dimensions: 44’ x 21’
65 black upholstered chairs
8 - 5 ft. round tables that seat 8
 10 - 6ft rectangle tables that seat 6
 Free WiFi - devices will connect once the user agrees to the 'terms & services'
Stove - must use magnetic metal pot/pan for stove
 Small freezer
Natural Gas Fireplace (push button to turn on)
PA system available for use 
 TVs for visual use (HDMI cable is there to hook laptops to TVs)
Separate men’s and women’s restrooms (that are open to the public from 7am-9pm)
 Max Capacity 64 seated / 100 standing guests


 Monday -Thursday
  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM  PM
      Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Chardon CITY Residents/Businesses $75
 Non-Residents/Businesses $125

Friday:  5:00 PM – 11:00 PM
 Saturday: 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
 Sunday: 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Chardon Residents/Businesses $150
 Non-Residents/Businesses $250
 Additional hours beyond 6 = $25/hour
Holidays during the week are charged at the weekend rate.

Security Deposit 
Events with alcohol: $500 + hiring of Police Officer ($32/hr and MUST call the police dept. to set up at: 440-286-6123.)
 Events without alcohol: $200
*All mail-in reservations must have both the rental fee AND security deposit at the time of submission.
Example: Weekend-resident rate: $150 rental fee + $200 (non alcohol fee) = $350 TOTAL to be mailed in. 
Non-Profits may only use the Heritage House for meetings twice per month; during the week only (excluding Friday evenings after 3pm) for free. Weekends will be at resident cost for businesses in the City. 
There are NO HOLDS. Reservation is made at the time of payment.
To receive a full refund if canceling, the cancellation must be done 30 days BEFORE the reservation.
The person paying and the person reserving the Heritage House must be the same person. All check/credit card/cash payments must match the name of the person on the reservation form. 
 Are you a city resident? Chardon City residents 1) pay a water/sewer bill monthly; 2) pay a city tax and 3) usually have only a 3 digit house address.