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Tiers
Tier 1

  • No notification or permit required, as long as the event does not interfere with traffic patterns and does not have a temporary structure larger than 10' by 10'.
  • Tier 1 includes neighborhood parties on private property and gatherings of 20 or fewer people on city-owned property.
  • banners only application must be submitted if using a banner in a right of way.

Tier 2

  • 30-day notification is required, but no permit is required
  • Tier 2 includes groups of 20-50 participants on municipal trails or park grounds, and small block parties in low traffic subdivisions.
  • The event may use city roads/streets that do not cause disruption to traffic patterns, and can not have a temporary structure larger than 10' by 10'.
  • banners only application must be submitted if using a banner in a right of way.

Tier 3

  • 60-day notification and a Special Events Permit Application are required.
  • Tier 3 includes use of city-owned trails, parks, and common areas by groups of 50 or more, or events that generally utilize one to two city services.
  • Permit application must be submitted no less than 60 days before the event and no more than one year before the event.

Tier 4

  • 90 day notification and Special Events Permit Application are required.
  • Tier 4 events require the coordination three or more city departments, and utlize roads/streets that shut down to traffic (parades, 5k races, triathlons, etc.).
  • Permit application must be submitted no less than 90 days before the event and no more than one year before the event.