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Are you looking for a space to host a birthday party, baby shower, quinceanera or other event?

Westside Community Center has rooms available to rent. Rental fees include set-up and cleanup. Chairs and tables are also included in the price. There is a three-hour minimum for rentals that fall outside our normal business hours.


Multi-Purpose Room

Rental Price: $35/hour
For Profit Fee: $45/hour
501(c)3 Fee: $15/hour
Damage Deposit: $150.00


Meeting Rooms

Rental Price: $25/hour
For Profit Fee: $35/hour
501(c)3 Fee: $10/hour
Damage Deposit: $150.00


Kitchen

Rental Price: $15/hour
For Profit Fee: $20/hour
501(c)3 Fee: $10/hour
Damage Deposit: $150.00


Outdoor Area Use

Bernalillo County has contracts with various entities regarding field usage. Because of this, please note that some organizations may have priority usage. Please call (505) 314-0176 to check availability or to reserve the field area for your organization.

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    Location:
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    Location:
    Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta SW

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