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Here's the information you need to make it easy to plan your next event at the Epicenter. You'll find answers to the most frequently asked questions about Epicenter facilities, available equipment and logistics. And a member of the Special Events Team from the City of Rancho Cucamonga will work with you to make staging your event as seamless and successful as possible.

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  • To reserve your date for an event at the Epicenter, complete the application form. A completed form will allow us to hold this date for you until deposit is made to reserve the requested date.
  • All stages and platforms must comply with state and ADA requirements (ie: ramps & handrails)

  • On field seating configuration must allow for handicap seating.

  • The stadium has handicap seating along both the first and third base sides.

  • Box office hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Monday - Friday)
  • For events at the stadium (ie: Special Events Area, outside concourse), vendors need to have San Bernardino County Health permits.

  • Coolers are not allowed at the Epicenter.

  • Displays may be set-up on the concourse area between the softball fields. Except during softball season, this is foul ball territory for the surrounding fields.

  • Potable water is available

  • Outside concourse has three plug-ins for electrical power

  • Ample security lighting is available

  • Two 800-900 square feet carpeted locker rooms with large group area.
  • There are three 200 amp locations on the outside concoourse of the Stadium

  • Inside the facility there are 200 amps, 3 phase 120/208 coming from the 1st base dugout and 400 amps, 3 phase 120/208 coming from the large scoreboard.

  • Special Events Area has 20 amps at 110 volts total available. Outside concourse has three locations for plug-in

  • The official name of the complex is the Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter
  • First Aid space is available at the Epicenter
  • Comprehensive/Commercial General Liability to include the following coverages: premises/operations; products/completed operations (when applicable); contractual, personal injury, broad form property damage with limits not less than

  • Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) is required for activities/events occurring inside the Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter Stadium.

  • One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) is required for most activities/events conducted on the surrounding fields and areas of the Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter & Sports Complex

  • Workers Compensation Insurance & Employer's Liability Insurance as required by the Labor Code of the State of California and the Employer's Liability limited on One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident. The need for this type of insurance is dependent on the type of event.

  • Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance with limits of not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) each occurrence combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage, including coverage for owned, non-owned and hired vehicles (including loading and unloading operations)

  • The City of Rancho Cucamonga must be named additionally insured.

  • Epicenter lighting: 4 light poles (110' high) for infield lighting at about 70' candlepower. The infield is about 60' candlepower. Lights are 1500 watt metal halide bulbs.

  • Softball field lighting: 8 light poles (110' high) for infield lighting at about 70' candlepower. Lights are 1500 watt metal halide bulbs.

  • Soccer field lighting: 8 light poles (110' high) and about 70' candlepower. Lights are 1500 watt metal halide bulbs.

  • Little League field lighting: 8 light poles (110' high) for infield lighting at about 70' candlepower. Lights are 1500 watt metal halide bulbs.

  • Total parking spaces - 2,410 parking spaces
  • On site parking - 1,242 parking spaces
    • Lot A - 209 parking spaces
    • Lot B - 300 parking spaces
    • Lot C - 299 parking spaces
    • Lot D - 122 parking spaces
    • Lot E - 186 parking spaces
    • Lot F - 126 parking spaces
      (Lot F reserved for City and Quakes Staff)
  • Special Events Area - 1,077 parking spaces
    • Lot 1 - 227 parking spaces
    • Lot 2 - 850 parking spaces
  • Men and women's restrooms are located inside the Epicenter along first base and third base.

  • Men's and women's restrooms are also located outside the Epicenter next to outside concession stand.

  • All restrooms are handicap accessible.

  • Security is provided by the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department through the City of Rancho Cucamonga. Depending on the size of the event, additional security may be needed and can be supplied by a private security company.
  • Off-site signage is not allowed in the City of Rancho Cucamonga.
  • All events will need a site plan. To better meet your needs please include the following (when applicable):

    • Please indicate which direction is north
    • Please include the following things in your site plan:
    • Fire lanes (26' wide) and access points including widths
    • Location of generators
    • Location and size of tents, awnings and canopies, cooking/food booths, any displays and stages/platforms. All stages/platforms must comply with ADA requirements.
    • Fire appliances (hydrants, FDC, PIV)
    • Adjacent buildings/activities
    • Parking spaces
    • Location and type of fire extinguishers
    • ADA access points - Submit 5-10 working days prior to the event. This is dependent on the size and complexity of the event.
    • All stages and platforms must comply with state and ADA requirements (ie: ramps & handrails)
    • No plan check is required for stages or platforms under 30". But it still needs to be accessible.
    • Any stage/platform 30" or higher requires a plan check (a ramp or lift required is required for any change in height or grade separation).
    • Plan checks need to occur 5 working days prior (more complex events might require more time.)
    • Tents need to be engineered for 70 mph winds and Exposure C
  • House sound system has a two second delay.

  • Applicant has option of bringing in own sound system for special events and concerts. This is generally the preference of the applicant.

  • To ensure a smooth and sure path to your event success, City of Rancho Cucamonga has created a Special Events Team. This is "one stop shopping" for planning your event.

  • The Special Events Team brings together in one room everybody you need to deal with for your event. Get all your permits and all your questions answered at one time. For significant events, the team includes event management, police, fire department, facilities, code enforcement, building and safety, parks department, and risk management.

  • Staffing for ushers and ticket takers are not included in rental fees.
  • Tent/Canopy Maintenance Reserve Fee Minimum of $300 - $1,000/event

  • Fire permit is required for tents/canopies over 400 square feet and review/inspection of on-field seating. Average cost of the inspection is about $100.

  • Tents/Canopies must be engineered for 70 mph winds, Exposure C. Applicant must supply Building & Safety with an engineer's wet stamp and original signature supporting this 5 working days prior to the event. We cannot accept fax copies. New point plan checks are not necessary for stages or platforms under 30". But the stage still needs to be handicap accessible.

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