Examples of temporary events requiring Special Event Permits
  • Street closure for a day event (e.g. Block Party).
  • Organized run/walk through City streets.
  • Use of one or more streets for a parade, protest, or demonstration.
  • Dedication/Celebration of new public art or exhibit.
  • Use of a City park for a large social gathering.
  • Banner crossing public right-of-way, or on public or park district property.
  • Organized demonstration / march through City streets.

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1. Do I need a permit? If so, which permit is necessary for my event?
2. What events are exempt?
3. When is a Special Event Permit required?
4. Examples of temporary events requiring Special Event Permits
5. When is a Temporary Use Permit required?
6. Examples of temporary events requiring Temporary Use Permits:
7. How long does it take to get a permit?
8. What details will I be asked for on the Special Event Permit Application?
9. What details will I be asked to provide for the Temporary Use Permit?
10. How can I check on the status of my permit? Will I be notified when my permit is approved?