Space-Use Guidelines

All rooms offer wireless Internet access. Capacity ranges from eight to 125 people and some rooms offer high-tech projectors, DVD and CD players, and video conferencing capabilities.

Please note that there will be a charge for conference room usage if it is after regular office hours (9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and requires a staff member to be present.

Event organizers must provide own snacks, food, beverages, utensils, etc. Required to have insurance. Required to provide own liquor license and follow rules for pouring alcohol, blah blah blah…

Furniture Inventory: Tables, seating, kitchen counter, stage

Linen sizes: Table type, linen type

AV equipment: Mics & stands, audio cables, projector, screens, monitors, visual cables, adaptors, PA systems, additional things we do not provide


Transportation and Parking Information

The Kapor Center is located two blocks Northeast of the 19th Street BART station.

Each floor plan

Preferred security

Preferred caterers

Special event services

General liability insurance

Rules for serving alcohol
“All service of alcoholic beverages must be approved prior to an event. Alcohol liability insurance is required, and evidence of insurance must be provided by the client or its vendor a minimum of two weeks before an event.

Failure to secure necessary permits and insurance and/or failure to provide evidence of both by the required deadline will result in termination of the client’s right to serve alcohol.

Client and vendors are responsible for ensuring proper administration of alcohol, which includes the following:
* Alcohol must be secured and attended at all times
* Age verification
* Refusal of service to underage and intoxicated individuals”

“If your event is open to the public (selling tickets at the door) and you are a for-profit company:
You must have someone with a liquor license serving your alcohol
You are allowed to sell alcohol since you are serving with a liquor license”

“If your event is open to the public (selling tickets at the door) and you are a nonprofit company:
You must have someone with a liquor license serving your alcohol
You can get a Special Events Liquor License Permit to serve yourself
You are allowed to sell alcohol since you are serving with a liquor license or a permit

If your event is private (not selling tickets at the door) and you are a for-profit or nonprofit company:
You can serve alcohol without a license or permit as long as you have a person over 24 years of age serving it to your guests
You are not allowed to sell alcohol”

Obtaining a special events liquor license

Documents required for obtaining a Special Events Liquor License:

Signed Use Agreement
Security Contract (if event is over 75 people or going past 8:30pm)
ABC Permit Application
http://www.abc.ca.gov/FORMS/ABC221-2010.pdf
This form must be signed by Impact Hub Oakland.
Mikayla is available to sign anytime M-F 10am-5:30pm except Tuesdays. Drop in’s welcome. No appointment necessary.
OPD Special Event Permit Questionnaire and Permit Application (One day liquor license)
http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/OPD/s/sefaqs/index.htm
Proof of Public Assembly – Print our Public Assembly Permit
Documentation of 501c3
Certificate of Liability Insurance

Payment

“Payment and all required contracts and approvals are due no later than 10 business days before a confirmed event. Failure to do so will result in a cancellation of the booking.”