Park & Open Space Permits
Aurora offers well-maintained parks, beautiful natural open space areas and two scenic reservoirs. A Park and Open Space permit is required, and a fee will be assessed, at any city-owned park, recreation area, open space site, trail or reservoir if the request is for commercial use; exclusive use; or if the proposed activity will impact other park users and/or general park operations.
Unsure what impacts your proposed event may have? For the success of your event, please contact us 30 days (at a minimum) in advance. Insurance may be required, as well as additional permits, so plan ahead and let us walk you through the process. We’re here to help! Call 303.739.7889 or email email@example.com and provide a summary of your proposed event and desired location.
3.2 percent alcohol in metal cans (no glass containers) is allowed in most city of Aurora parks. If you desire beverages with a higher percentage of alcohol, including wine and most craft beers, an additional permit will be required.
Sample Certificate of Insurance
City of Aurora Tax and Licensing Division • 303.739.7057 • firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Aurora Risk Management • 303.739.7225
Tri-County Health Department (Food Sales & Food Safety)