Justice Center Community Room

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The Gardner Justice Center Community Room

 

On July 11, 2019, the Gardner Justice Center officially opened to the public.  Home to the Gardner Police Department and the Gardner Municipal Court, the Gardner Justice Center, located at 16540 Moonlight Road, is a state of the art facility with many unique attributes.  One such attribute is a Community Room.  The Community Room is designed to host almost any kind of meeting or training class imaginable.  Three large televisions with internet and Wi Fi connectivity, and tables and chairs that can be rearranged in a number of configurations, make the room excellent for most events or presentations. 

 

The Gardner Police Department and the City of Gardner firmly believe that the Community Room is an asset that should be shared with the residents of our community whenever possible.  As such, it is available to residents of the City of Gardner, free of charge under most circumstances, for just about any event or meeting they would want to sponsor.  The only major exceptions to using the Community Room are youth parties, retail and political events.  Alcohol and those under the influence of it are not allowed either.  The room is available between 8 AM and 9 PM every day.  There are a number of national holidays that room is closed for. 

 

For more information on the Gardner Justice Center Community Room and its use, please access the link below to download a fillable form Use Agreement/Rules and Regulations. For additional information, please call Sgt. Steve Benz at 913-884-8528.

 Community Room Use Agreement/Rules and RegulationsView of inside of Justice Center Community Room