Due to ongoing concerns over COVID-19 (novel
coronavirus) and based on guidance from public health agencies, Evergreen Valley College has temporarily suspended the rental of facilities for large events until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation and work with
local public health agencies in coming weeks any may extend the period of this
suspension if necessary.
Evergreen Valley College is located on 175-acres in the eastern foothills of San Jose. Our college like other California public community colleges, has comprehensive course offerings during the day, evening and weekend. The campus has over 13 buildings which include, classrooms, and lecture halls.
EVC Facilities Layouts
Evergreen Valley College is pleased to announce a new online facility request and rental system, designed to provide a simple and positive user experience for requesting facility use. With our new online system, reservation requests can be easily submitted and quickly reviewed by the college. Renters have the opportunity to view facility photos and descriptions, see real-time availability, get estimated quotes, and pay online. To access this system to obtain a facility use permit, go to: https://www.facilitron.com/evc95135.
For information about how to use the system, please refer to the
Quick Start Guide.
If you need any assistance setting up an account and/or in placing a facility use request, please contact Facilitron at:
firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling them directly at:
For more information on fees and rentals, or for assistance with the online rental system, please contact the College Facilities Department:
Vincent Cabada, Facilities SupervisorVincent.Cabada@evc.edu
Office: LE-217Phone: 408.270.6405Cell: 408.315.8988
College Facilities Department3095 Yerba Buena Rd.San Jose, CA 95135
Online Insurance for Rental EventsKeenan-TULIP allows the user to purchase TULIP (Tenant User Liability Insurance Policy) coverage, also known as "Events Coverage." It is used by Facility Owners that permit "Third Parties" to use their facilities for specific events. It protects both the Facility User and the Facility Owner against claims by third parties who may be injured as a result of participating in an event.