Special Event Permit
Special event permit instructions and requirements
Special Permit requests are made primarily for events that require the use of City
Property, including parks, city streets, and sidewalks. The City Of Glendale requires
at least (1) month prior notice, depending upon the size of the event, to complete
the permit. The permit is sent to various city departments for approval.
The cost of the permit depends upon the type of event and city services required.
For example, if the Police Department determines that officers will be needed for
the event, the applicant will be billed the contract rate with a four-hour minimum.
The Community Services & Parks department would also charge for services and
staff time, as needed. The City Of Glendale also requires insurance for any event
that utilizes city property. The applicant would be required to rent barricades
and post "No Parking Signs" on the appropriate streets when street closure
Some examples of special events are: parades, carnivals, farmers markets, block
parties, parking lot sales (4 times of year), and various civic events at city parks.
An application and site
plan are both required, there is a $30.00 application fee.
Last modified: Friday, August 31, 2012 2:26:03 PM