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Special Events Application
Special events have a positive impact on the community. These events bring friends and neighbors together to celebrate and commemorate events that hold a special meaning for those involved. To that end, the City of Piqua is committed to help groups and organizations host special events in the community. The city has developed an online application process that helps the City and those wanting to put on special events to collaboratively identify issues and resources to ensure a successful special event.
This online Special Event Permit Application Form gives the applicant a chance to tell us about the event. By answering a few questions we are able to asses if this event is an appropriate and beneficial events for the community.
Must be submitted 60 days prior to the event date.
Hold Harmless Agreement
The Hold Harmless Agreement Form (PDF) is to be attached with the application.
Street Closing Permit
Provide this permit and a map of your requested closing to be attached with the application if applicable. The Street Closing Permit Form (PDF) must be attached to the special event application.
Temporary Liquor Permit
The site map should show the requested alcohol garden to be attached to the application if applicable. The Temporary Liquor Permit Form (PDF) must be attached to the special event application.
Temporary Food Permit
Provide a Temporary Food Permit License Form (PDF) to the Piqua Environmental and Recreation Services Department no later than 10 days prior to your event:
- Cost: $10
- When is this required?
- Food is being sold
- Food vendor is not licensed by the State of Ohio
Agricultural Animal Temporary Custody Request
Agricultural Animal Temporary Custody Request Form (PDF) to be attached with the application when agricultural animals will be present at the event.