Include purpose of the event, all planned activities including use of fire pits, inflatables, stages, mechanical rides etc. Outline the time required for event set-up and tear-down.
Applicant must contact Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) for the appropriate license. Applicant must provide a copy of the approved license to the Community Events office before the event. For more information visit AGLC: https://aglc.ca/event-licence/
Applicant is responsible to ensure that all proper health and safety requirements are met and all necessary health permits are in place in regards to food and beverages service. For more information, please contact the Leduc Public Health Centre at 780.980.4644 or visit online: https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/eph/page13999.aspx.
Applicant is responsible to ensure that all vendors and event participants using portable or stationary preparation or cooking facilities meet the requirements of the Alberta Building Codes, Alberta Fire Codes and Alberta Health requirements.
A Temporary Special Event Business License will be required for the sale of food. For more information contact Economic Development at 780-929-3322 or visit online: https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/DocumentCenter/View/7222/Temporary-Business-Licence-Application?bidId=. Applicant must provide a copy of the approved license to the Community Events office before the event.
Applicant is responsible for obtaining a Building Permit and arranging for underground line surveying via AB One Call (if required). Applicant
must provide a copy of the approved permit to the Community Events office before the event. Any tent that is installed for the purpose of cooking or warming food shall meet the requirements of the Alberta Building Codes and the Alberta Fire Codes.
For more information on obtaining a Building Permit contact the Building Services office at 780-929-8782 or email@example.com.
Visit AB One Call online: https://utilitysafety.ca/.
The City of Beaumont Land Use Bylaw 944-19 allows for temporary signs for special events. Please review pages #153-156 of Bylaw 944-19 for information on allowable and prohibited signs: https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/DocumentCenter/View/3143/Bylaw-944-19.
Questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicant is responsible for obtaining a Fire Permit. For more information, visit: https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/375/Beaumont-Fire-Services or contact the Beaumont Fire Service at 780-929-6185.
View the fire permit application online: https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/DocumentCenter/View/4697/Fire-Pit-Inspection-Application. Applicant must provide a copy of the approved permit to the Community Events office before the event.
Proof of liability insurance coverage may be required prior to the approval of an event application.
A Certificate of Insurance (COI) naming the City of Beaumont as an
additional insured for the amount of at least $2 million is mandatory for all events organized by volunteer groups/organizations/companies, and events with specific items (i.e. inflatable structures, mechanical rides, stages, tents etc.).
The COI can be provided after your special permission application has been submitted. The Community Events office will contact you if insurance is required for your event and has not already been included with your application.
Beaumont’s Noise Bylaw 642-05 may be viewed online: https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/DocumentCenter/View/107/Noise-Abatement-PDF?bidId=
"Between 2300 hours of one day and 0700 hours of the next day Monday through Friday, 2200 hours of one day and 0800 hours on Saturdays, and 2200
hours of one day and 0900 hours on Sundays and statutory holidays operate any engine or motor-powered machine used for snow removal, gardening, landscaping or on lawns, in such a manner as to create undue noise."
Beaumont’s Fees & Charges Bylaw 943-19, Schedule XIV outlines the service fees for Beaumont Fire Service and Municipal Enforcement. View the Bylaw online: https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/DocumentCenter/View/3453/Bylaw-1019-22-2022-Fees--Charges-Amendment?bidId=
Participation by RCMP, Beaumont Fire Service or Municipal Enforcement will not be guaranteed.
A plan of the event site is required prior to application approval.
Attach a site plan (hand drawn is acceptable) showing placement of all event items including: tents (with size noted), food
vendors, stages, tables, waste receptacles etc.
If applicable, also provide a map of the intended route.
Please note, based on the scope of the event the applicant may
also be required to submit detailed site, security, emergency services, fire, parking/transportation and any other requirements as per the City’s discretion.
Approval will not be granted until plans are received.
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