"Leisure opportunities, facilities and the quality of the local government are the foundations of community pride." --Benefits of Parks & Recreation
General Facility Description
In the heart of Carson City located at 851 E. William St. the Carson City Community Center is easily accessible from Hwy 395, Hwy 50 and Roop St. and is comprised of a 10,000 square foot gymnasium, a large classroom, a commercial kitchen, two meeting rooms, and a 783-seat theater.
Bob Boldrick Theater
A well-equipped theater which can accommodate an evening's entertainment for up to 783 people (767 general seating, 8 wheelchairs, and 8 companions). Setting and technical equipment can be provided for such events as plays, lectures, movies, concerts and religious services.
The Bonanza Room is located on the east side of the Community Center. There is approximately 750 square feet, allowing for an approximate seating capacity of 40 theater style with a head table. Two tables and 40 chairs are included in the standard rental fee. Additional tables can be rented at additional cost; however, no more than six tables can be accommodated in this room, and the seating capacity is reduced. This room is carpeted, has fluorescent lighting and a multi-media presentation board mounted on one wall.
Gymnasium (Generally Non-Reservable. Please call for availability.)
Sierra Room (Generally Available Weekends Only. Please call for availability.)
The Sierra Room is located on the west side of the Community Center. There is approximately 1,457 square feet, allowing for a seating capacity of about 80 theater style. Two tables and 80 chairs are included in the standard rental fee. Additional tables can be rented for an additional fee; however, no more than 8 tables can be accommodated in this room and the seating capacity would be reduced. This room is carpeted, has fluorescent lighting and is also equipped with a sound system and a small hand sink. This room is used by the Board of Supervisors for Carson City. Therefore, if a meeting is called, they have bumping rights. In this event, everything possible shall be done to move your event to another room or reschedule it for the earliest date available.
Comstock Room (Generally Non-Reservable. Please call for availability.)
The Comstock Room is also located on the east side of the Community Center. This room has recently been converted to a classroom with a special exercise floor and is currently being used for exercise classes. Consequently, the room is unavailable for rentals or meetings.
Tahoe Room (Generally Non-Reservable. Please call for availability.)
To request a reservation, please go our on-line reservation system at
1) Create your account
2) Look Up Facility Availability
3) Make Your Reservation Request
Facilities are available to both commercial and non-profit groups
Commercial Groups are any groups or organizations that would rent a facility to earn profit from the event. These groups or organizations will be charged either resident or non-resident commercial fees for the use of the facility.
Non-Profit Groups are any patriotic, charitable, fraternal, religious, or service groups. Proof of
non-profit status, such as the Articles of Incorporation or current 501C3, must be provided by these groups. However, non-profit may also include family events, such as weddings and picnics, whereby proof of non-profit status is not required.
General Event Requirements
The following requirements must be met by all groups or individuals interested in rental of the facilities. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made unless previously approved by the Parks and Recreation Director. The Reservation Coordinator may cancel your reservation if these requirements are not met in a timely fashion.
Reservations, Cancellations, Fees, and Deposits
Since our facilities are in demand, we recommend that you that you reserve as early as possible, we require a minimum of 30 days and a maximum of 2 years in advance
For more information, please email April Livesay, Reservation Coordinator at