Thornton Arts & Culture Center is closed for repairs this fall.
Please contact our recreation facilities for information on renting other spaces.
Who can rent the TACC?
Any adult 18 years or older who is a Thornton resident or a nonprofit group whose official address is within the city's boundaries. Nonresident individuals and groups are welcome to request use of the facility with priority given to city and local (resident) users.
How do I reserve the TACC?
Complete the TACC rental request form. Once your form has been reviewed and approved, pay your deposit to finalize your reservation. We are unable to hold or guarantee facility availability if a deposit isn't paid for evening or weekend use.
What hours and days is TACC available?
Paid facility use is scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. TACC is closed on Mondays and federal holidays, and reserves weeknight use for city programs. After hours facility access on evenings and weekends is dependent on 1) priority use for city and division programs, and 2) securing a facility supervisor to be present for the duration of the rental period. Reservations are required for any type of facility use on any day and must be requested and approved by Arts and Culture staff, using the TACC rental request form before access is allowed for any user. A two-hour minimum rental period is required for use of the facility on evenings and weekends. Use of the theater/gallery space is limited to two rentals by the same group or individual in the same month. There is no basement or kitchen access in the facility.
Facility Rental Facts:
Availability at any time is dependent on city and division use scheduled in advance by TACC staff.
The main floor theater/gallery space can accommodate up to 100 people depending on the use.
Set-up of tables and chairs will be completed by custodial staff prior to your
rental start time.
Access to the existing sound system and theater lighting is included in the hourly rental cost.
When requesting use of the facility, please factor in time to setup/decorate and clean
up/load out afterwards. You may not enter TACC prior to your reserved start time and must leave by the end of your scheduled rental period.
To reserve the facility, a TACC Rental Request must be completed online, as well as payment of
a rental deposit to hold your reservation. If you plan to serve alcohol, you must complete
an application for a City of Thornton Liquor License available at the City Clerk's office in City Hall at 9500 Civic Center Drive. Call 303-538-7230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this requirement.
If you are serving alcohol, full payment for facility use is due 30 days prior
to the first rental date along with your liquor license.
If your rental does not involve a liquor license, then full payment for facility use is due two weeks prior to the first rental date.
Facility rental use cannot extend past 10:00 p.m. on weekends or weeknights; additional charges will apply for any violations.
All evening and weekend users pay to use the facility to cover supervisory and custodial costs; a two-hour minimum is required.
The theater space is also an art gallery; artwork cannot be altered in any way during the rental period or facility use will be terminated.
No public, individual or group rental party are allowed access to the TACC basement/kitchen area at anytime; it is not ADA accessible.
Check the TACC Rental Rates fact sheet in the upper right column listing fees for facility and equipment use. For additional rental facility options at other city buildings, visit the Thornton Parks and Recreation web page. All information is subject to change.
*Use of outside equipment or contractors during your rental period requires TACC staff approval. Please do not submit a facility rental request form without getting this approval first for renter liability purposes. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.