Special Event Permit $35 application fee due at the time of application. Please call or email Nicole Wiebe at 425.888.1555 ext. 1158 or email@example.com to process application fee. Applications denied by the City shall be refunded the processing fee. Applicant to be liable for any overtime for City employees or other extraordinary expenses incurred by the city as a result of the special event.
Describe event and attach site map indicating boundaries, location of tents, activity areas, portable restrooms, etc.
Upload timeline, sequence of events, including equipment deliveries, set-up and tear down.
NOTE: City of Snoqualmie business license is required.
*Registration for admissions tax is required. Nonprofit status is exempt.
*Special Occasion License requires 45-day notice.
*Compliance with King County Health Department required.
*No staking into ground.
*Written agreement with parking provider will be required.
*Waste Management is the City of Snoqualmie garbage/recycle/yard waste provider
Please list below any requested street and/or sidewalk closures, along with date/hour start and end times, and attach traffic plan.
**NOTE: The City may require additional additional staffing.**
**The City may require additional safety measures.**
A Certificate of Insurance naming the City of Snoqualmie as an Additional Insured in the minimum amount of $1 million per occurrence and $2 million general aggregate is required but may be more if the City determines it necessary for the proposed event. This certificate must be submitted and be acceptable to the city prior to receiving the Special Event Permit. You may obtain your own insurance or contact Washington Cities Insurance Authority for certain events.
Depending upon the nature and scope of the proposed event, other permits may be required as determined through the application process. Other fees may be assessed (i.e., fire, aid and/or police services). The City of Snoqualmie will make every effort to assist the applicant in determining complete permit requirements, though once identified, it will be up to the applicant to provide required and approved documentation where deemed appropriate.
Permittee covenants and agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the City, its officers, agents and employees from any and all claims actions, damages, liability, cost and expense, including reasonable attorney’s fees in connection with or occasioned, in whole or in part by any act or omission of Permittee, its officers , agents, employees, customers or licenses, or arising from or out of Permittee’s failure to comply with any provision of the Special Event Permit granted as a result of this application, regardless of whether it is alleged or proven that the acts or omissions of the City, its officers, agents or employees caused or contributed hereto.
This application may be denied if the proposed activity disrupts traffic beyond practical solution; causes undue hardship to surrounding residents or businesses; requires the diversion of so many public employees that service is denied to the public at large; or fails to fall within City standards. The permit may also be rescinded at any time if complete and accurate information was not provided on the application; if the event is not held within the terms of the permit; or if there is failure to comply with applicable legal requirements.
Review Required: Building, City Clerk, Events, Finance, Fire, Parks & Public Works, Planning, and Police
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