Special Event Permit Detail
Application InformationID: 4511 Event: Crazy Legs 10k Trail Run
Application Date: 10/27/2018 Event Date: 06/02/2019
Event InformationPermit Type(s): Parks and Open Spaces
Type of Event: Other
Devil's Backbone Open Space
I am requesting permission to hold a 6½ mile trail running race at Devil’s Back Open Space. The race will be held on Sunday, June 2nd, 2019 with a start time of 7 am. The field will limited to 100 runners.
The course will begin in the parking lot area then head into the trail. After the runners enter the trail they will travel .4 miles then as the trail splits they will be directed to the right to the new Hidden Valley trail. Runners will then travel 2.2 miles until they reach Hunter Loop trail. When Hunters Loop splits they will be directed towards the left. After traveling .3 miles they will begin running on Laughing Horse Loop for .3 miles. When Laughing Horse Loop splits they will directed toward the left again traveling .7 miles.
Runners will begin to head back towards the start of race using the.5 mile section of Laughing Horse Loop. By using a loop course with only few sections traveled twice during the race we will limit the possibility of runners running both ways on the trail. Runners will then travel .3 miles on Laughing Horse Loop trail then completing .4 miles and .6 miles sections of Hunter Loop trail until they reach Wild Loop trail. Traveling .8 miles on lower section of Wild Loop then completing the last .4 miles to finish located in parking lot for Devil’s Backbone Trail Head.
Race with consist of about 15 volunteers performing various duties throughout the race. Packet pick-up will begin at 6:15-6:45 am. One to two volunteers will be located at each junction to direct runners and provide assistance if needed. Each volunteer will have their cell phone and will be in direct contact with me. After completion of the race and award ceremony a team of 5 volunteers will be traveling the course to clean up anything left from the race. Trash will take out and I will have it put will my trash for proper disposal.
1. What are the first aid and/or medical arrangements?
In case of an emergency, volunteers will be instructed to contact the ranger on duty immediately to let them facilitate any necessary emergency response. If a ranger is not immediately available, our volunteers can simply call 911 to have dispatch connect directly to the right person on duty. There will one water station will be located (approximately at mile 3) on course to provide hydration during the race.
2. Insurance coverage?
The race will be covered by Road Runners Clubs of America (www.RRCA.org). The certificate of liability cannot be obtained until January-February of 2019.
3. What are the sanitation requirement and needs?
Devil’s Backbone Trail Head provides two bathroom units but in addition to those I will provide two portable units to address the needs of the runners, volunteers, and spectators.
4. What may be the public safety issues and/or conflicts with other park visitors?
Runners will be notified that they will not be the only ones on the trail. Signs will also be posted notifying the other uses the race is occurring on the date and the approximate time we will be using the trail. I am recommending runners, volunteers, and spectators to carpool because limited parking spaces at trail head. With an early start time of 7 am my hope is to not conflict other users of trail.
Estimated Participants: 100 Estimated Spectators: 0
Food / Alcohol:
Food is NOT being Served.
Alcohol is NOT being Served
Sun. 06/02/2019: 6:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Additional Information Submitted by Applicant1. Date Submitted: 12/02/2018
Reviewing Agency Comments/Status
Email the Special Events Coordinator regarding this application.
Larimer County Emergency Management
Status: More Information NeededComments: The event will require a standby from LFRA with an all terrain vehicle. The 911 service in the area is spotty at best. Please send me an email and we can discuss the event in more detail. Ned.Sparks@LFRA.org or 970 962-2488
Emergency Access: An emergency access path of no less that 20’ wide shall be maintained free and clear of all immovable objects on streets and fire apparatus access roads, at all times during the event. Road blocks may be placed on public streets to prevent traffic from crossing, but cannot block emergency travel. If road blocks are used ensure staff is available to remove barricade should emergency travel be necessary. (2006 IFC, 503.1).
Tent Permits: Any tent or air supported membrane structure greater than 700 square feet requires a tent permit. The LFRA has a policy which provides details for International Fire Code compliance and can be obtained at 410 E 5th St., or on the City of Loveland website under the Fire- Community Safety Division – Fire Prevention Bureau - Special Events, Tents and Membrane Structures
Parks & Open Lands
Status: More Information NeededComments:
Poudre Valley Hospital
Status: ApprovedComments: Thank you.
Status: Not Reviewed YetComments:
Thompson Valley EMS