Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about renting space at the Boulder JCC? Hopefully you can find your answer here, but if not, please feel welcome to reach out to


Q: Do you have to be Jewish or a member of the Boulder JCC to rent space at the Boulder JCC?

A: No. You do not need to be a member of the JCC or Jewish to rent space at our facility. Read our third-party rental policy HERE.


Q: Is the Boulder JCC open and welcome to all?

A: Yes. the Boulder JCC welcomes people of any race, ethnicity, gender expression, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, political affiliation, age, religion, body shape, size, ability, or immigration status.  


Q: What spaces do you have available and what amenities are included?

A: To see a chart of all available spaces for rent, square footage, amenities, and more, click HERE.


Q: Does the JCC sell alcohol? Does my organization need a Special Event Permit from the City of Boulder?

A: Family/friend oriented events with alcohol that do not include fundraising or selling e.g. mitzvahs, weddings, etc. and that are private and not advertised to the public (including social media sites such as EventBrite, NextDoor, MeetUp and FaceBook Event) do not require a permit.

If the event is advertised to the public and involves serving alcohol, e.g., a cash bar or gratis, you will need a permit. You must apply no less than 30 days prior to your event date with the City of Boulder Licensing Division. Service of alcohol for permitted events must be provided by a TiPS or other responsible alcohol vendor certified person(s).

Important links:

Special Event Liquor Permit page HERE

The actual application HERE