All Special Events in Larimer County require a permit

All special events in Larimer County require a permit. Image courtesy of
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Thomas Clayton

Summer is the time to get outside, and the perfect time for a special event. It could be a bike race, a large event on private property or in one of Larimer County’s many parks.

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Whatever your event might be, most likely it needs a special event permit. They are required for your safety, your guests and those in the area.

Larimer County Community Development issues all special event permits. It’s the go-to place for all your permit needs: what’s allowed, what’s not and everything you need to know to have a great event.

There are three types of permits: Permits for events on county roads, permits for events on private property, and permits for events on Larimer County Parks and Open Spaces.

Permit applications must be submitted a minimum of 60 days before an event date. You can apply online and also print a form and submit it to Community Development.

Learn more about special event permits here, or contact Larimer County Community Development at 970.498.7683.