Facilities

Tacoma Public Schools boasts some of the areas most desired and frequently used artificial turf fields and school facilities. While priority use is designated for our own programs, public rentals are available. Facility rentals are governed by the District Use of School Facilities Policy 4260 and ​Regulation 4260R.

All facility use requires proof of liability insurance (minimum $1,000,000) listing Tacoma Public Schools as a certificate holder. 

Reservations must be made 30-60 days in advance of your event date, and payment of rental fees is required prior to use.

TURF FIELDS ARE AVAILABLE, ALL OTHER FACILITIES REMAIN CLOSED.

Turf soccer/football field are now open for reservations. All other facilities, including bowls, baseball fields and grass fields, remain closed until further notice. For artificial turf field reservations, please email StudentLife@tacoma.k12.wa.us or call (253) 571-1123. 

Building, Turf Field, Stadium and Gym Rentals

Additional fees may be required in the District’s discretion based upon the nature of the facility use including but not limited to security, parking enforcement, extra custodial obligations, staffing, or district-placed additional insurance. Non-commercial Washington State non-profit organizations with an active agreement or partnership with the district will be charged in accordance with the agreement or contract on file.

Update Contact information under Contact - Each school manages their own schedule and there is no one in the facilities department to receive inquiries.

  1. Field and Bowl inquiries go to Student Life (x1123)
  2. Invoicing/cost inquiries go to Finance (x1200)
  3. All other inquiries go to the main office of the school.

The Tacoma Public Schools Maintenance and Operations team is dedicated to ensuring safe, clean, and healthy learning environments and facilities for Tacoma Public Schools students, staff, and the community. We do this through data-driven decisions, strategic use of taxpayer dollars, continuous improvement, meaningful collaboration, and showing our customers—and our kids—that we care.