- What is the deadline to apply for a Special Event permit?
- Complete applications with payment must be submitted at least 90-days in advance of your event date. Applications may be turned in up to one-year in advance.
- What is the cost of the permit fee?
- $100.00 for the first calendar day, plus $50.00 for each whole or partial subsequent calendar day, not to exceed a maximum amount of $200.00 plus processing fees.
- Are there other fees?
- Depending on the event, other fees may include items such as clean-up, police, fire rescue, equipment rental, etc.
- Is alcohol permitted to be consumed, served or sold on City property?
- An event requesting to consume, serve or sell alcohol on City property must submit the Alcohol Location Exemption Application at least 60-days prior to the event. In many cases, a State of Florida alcohol license must also be obtained.
- What insurance is required for hosting an event on City property?
- Click here to view the insurance requirements for City events.
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