Special Event Permit Detail
Application InformationID: 5627 Event: 17th Annual Harvest Farm Fall Festival and Corn Maze
Application Date: 07/03/2019 Event Date: 10/04/2019 Thru: 10/27/2019
Organization: Denver Rescue Mission Phone: 303-297-1815
Address: 6100 Smith RD Denver, CO 80256
Event InformationPermit Type(s): Private Land
Harvest Farm located at 4240 E. County Road 66, Wellington, CO 80549
(parcel number 89220-00-905).
Type of event: Annual fall festival with corn maze, petting zoo, and other activities.
Event sponsor(s): Produced by Denver Rescue Mission.
List of all roads affected: see attachment titled &
Estimated Participants: 30 Estimated Spectators: 14000
Food / Alcohol:
Food is being served: VENDOR
Alcohol is NOT being Served
Fri. 10/04/2019: 10 AM - 8 PM
Fri. 10/11/2019: 10 AM - 8 PM
Fri. 10/18/2019: 1 PM - 6 PM
Fri. 10/25/2019: 10 AM - 8 PM
Additional Information Submitted by Applicant1. Date Submitted: 07/03/2019
Attached site map of Harvest Farm
2. Date Submitted: 07/03/2019
Attached Harvest Farm site Map
3. Date Submitted: 07/18/2019
I've attached the requested insurance.
4. Date Submitted: 08/05/2019
I've attached our Wellington Special Event Permit. Please let me know if you need anything else!
Reviewing Agency Comments/Status
Email the Special Events Coordinator regarding this application.
Status: ApprovedComments: No new structures requiring building permit, existing structures received final approvals.
Colorado Division of Wildlife
Status: ApprovedComments: Engineering has no comments on this application.
Status: ApprovedComments: 1.An attendance of 14000 was proposed, but it is assumed this is total. For 500-750 people per day for 10 hours (Fri and Sat), it is recommended to provide a minimum of 8-10 portable restrooms and 2 handwash stations. At minimum, one must be handicap accessible.
2.Each food vendor shall hold either a 2019 Colorado Mobile retail food license (food trucks, push carts, trailers); or a 2019 Larimer County Temporary Event license (all vendors in a tent, even licensed restaurants, need a separate temp event license for Special Event sales).
3. Potable water shall be made available to event guests by drinking fountains, commercial bottled water, or from approved water dispensing containers. Drinking water must come from an approved public water supply.
4. Trash cans shall be distributed throughout the site, especially next to portable restroom area, food vending and seating areas. For most events, the equivalent of one 20 gallon container per 10 people is appropriate. It is recommended to also provide receptacles for recyclables which have signs/pictures of what can be recycled at the event. A main collection dumpster is encouraged to dispose each smaller can daily.
5. Since the site parking areas are not paved and consist of exposed soil and some vegetation, dust control practices should be implemented to minimize dust. This could include posting signs to limit vehicles to very slow speeds like 10-15 mph, and water spraying the exposed dirt areas to prevent dust from rising.
6. A petting zoo is identified on the site plan. We strongly recommend a handwash station for people exiting the petting zoo area. As many know, animals can pass on harmful pathogens/germs to people, especially kids. Common bacteria include E. coli and Salmonella. For some additional information and printable handwash posters, please visit the Center for Disease Control website: https://www.cdc.gov/healthypets/specific-groups/stay-healthy-animal-exhibits.html
Larimer County Emergency Management
Status: ApprovedComments: The property is zoned O-Open
The western side of the property is located in a FEMA designated Floodplain, as such there should be no overnight camping associated with this event.
It appears that most of the event will use existing facilities
Temporary structures should be located a minimum of 25 feet from all property lines
CR 66 is classified as a major collector and CR 7 is a minor collector
A revegetation plan should be developed for temporary parking areas if disturbed to prevent noxious weeds.
Poudre Valley Hospital
Road & Bridge
Status: ApprovedComments: NO Conflicts
Status: ApprovedComments: Wellington Fire Protection District requires a special event permit for this event. The permit is available online at https://www.townofwellington.com/361/Special-Event-Permits. Once the application is received through our permitting link, we will update the county permit as approved. An inspection will be required the day of the event. Permit fee for this event is $100. The special event fee is due on or before the time of inspection.
8.2.19 WFPD Special Event permit issued 295836. Fee waiver was received and applied to permit.
Status: APPROVEDGood Morning Seth and Amanda,
Congratulations! Your special event permit application has been reviewed.
Please make sure that you comply and address the comments from the Health and Planning Departments as well as Wellington Fire as stated here:
Health Departmenr Comments: 1.An attendance of 14000 was proposed, but it is assumed this is total. For 500-750 people per day for 10 hours (Fri and Sat), it is recommended to provide a minimum of 8-10 portable restrooms and 2 handwash stations. At minimum, one must be handicap accessible. 2.Each food vendor shall hold either a 2019 Colorado Mobile retail food license (food trucks, push carts, trailers); or a 2019 Larimer County Temporary Event license (all vendors in a tent, even licensed restaurants, need a separate temp event license for Special Event sales). 3. Potable water shall be made available to event guests by drinking fountains, commercial bottled water, or from approved water dispensing containers. Drinking water must c