Special Event Permit Detail
Application InformationID: 5641 Event: Creepy Walk in the Woods Corn Maze
Application Date: 08/05/2019 Event Date: 10/11/2019 Thru: 10/26/2019
Organization: Creepy Walk in the Woods Phone: 9706673002
Address: 1750 Savage Road
Event InformationPermit Type(s): Private Land
See attached application.
See attached application.
Estimated Participants: 75 Estimated Spectators: 4000
Food / Alcohol:
Food is being served: VENDOR
Alcohol is NOT being Served
Fri. 10/11/2019: 7 PM - 11 PM
Sat. 10/12/2019: 7 PM - 11 PM
Fri. 10/18/2019: 7 PM - 11 PM
Sat. 10/19/2019: 7 PM - 11 PM
Fri. 10/25/2019: 7 PM - 11 PM
Sat. 10/26/2019: 7 PM - 11 PM
Additional Information Submitted by Applicant1. Date Submitted: 09/13/2019
Certificate of insurance
Reviewing Agency Comments/Status
Email the Special Events Coordinator regarding this application.
Status: ApprovedComments: Same comment as Code Compliance. Going forward, all structures that are new, have been moved, added to, altered or changed occupancy from private storage to a non-exempt use will need building permits, all inspection approvals and Certificate of Occupancy issued.
City of Loveland Permit Coordinator
Status: More Information NeededComments: Please contact the Loveland Local Event Permit Coordinator @ (970) 962-2239 to determine if you need to file for a Local Event Permit for the jurisdiction of Loveland.
Status: ApprovedComments: Several sheds on the property do not have the required building permits or inspections. This will be the last special event permit approved until all the structures are permitted and inspections completed.
Colorado State Patrol
Status: ApprovedComments: Portable toilets need to be placed outside the floodplain or anchored within the floodplain. Overnight parking or storage is not permitted in the floodplain and no additional fill material imported for roads or parking lots, or other operations within the floodplain.
Status: ApprovedComments: The event description indicated that food trucks and other nonprofits would be allowed to sell at the event. As always, food truck vendors shall hold current 2019 Colorado Retail Food licenses. Tent vendors selling food for immediate consumption shall hold a ‘2019 Larimer County Health Dept-issued Temporary Event License’. Vendors that operate under the Cottage Food Act do not require a local license but must follow all applicable criteria in the Act and shall only sell approved foods that are nonpotentially hazardous (shelf-stable), already packaged and labeled indicating that food is made in a home kitchen that is not inspected.
5 portable restrooms are proposed throughout the event site. At least one handicap accessible restroom shall be provided for the guests in the waiting area.
Please provide trash receptacles at the restrooms, the entrances of the woods and maze, and vendor area. It is also recommended that trash receptacles be placed in the parking areas as guests may consume foods as they return to their vehicles or in their vehicles on cold nights.
The condition of the parking lot is not known for the month of October, but it is assumed that parking areas are a combination of vegetated and exposed soil. If weather has not provided moisture before each night of the event, dust control practices should be implemented to minimize dust and reduce impact on neighboring residences and guests. This includes posting signs to limit vehicles to very slow speeds like 10 mph, and light water spraying of the parking lots to minimize dust.
Larimer County Emergency Management
Status: ApprovedComments: Hello Kitty, Please contact Kristi Coleman - Kristi.Coleman@LFRA.org - to obtain a separate Special Event permit from LFRA. I have added the fire code references for this type of event. please feel free to contact me if you need assistance, Ned Sparks.
Emergency Access: An emergency access path of no less than 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. (2012 IFC, 503.2)
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 line at http://lfra.org/wp-content/uploads/TentandCanopyPolicy2016Rev.pdf
Food Vendors: Cooking is not allowed beneath temporary membrane structures. See above for location of more information on the https://lfra.org/website . Food trucks will need to have appropriate portable fire extinguishers with current annual inspection tags. (2012 IFC, 906) Operational Type I hood systems with current inspection tags shall be required for all commercial cooking appliances that produce grease vapors. (2012 IFC, 609)
Parks & Open Lands
Status: ApprovedComments: The application notes the address for the event as 1750 Savage Rd., Loveland. Looking at the attached site map it looks as though 2 parcels are being used for the event, #9507405701 (1750 Savage Rd.) and #9507407704 (no address). Both parcels are owned by the applicant.
Parcel #9507405701 has split zoning of T Tourist and FA1- Farming
Parcel #9507407704 is zoned FA1- Farming
The required setbacks for FA-1 - Farming are 25-feet from the front (street/road), 5-feet from the side property line and 10-feet from the rear property line.
The required setbacks for T-Tourist are 25-feet from the front (street/road), 10-feet from the side property line and 10-feet from the rear property line.
Hwy 34 has a 100-foot setback from the right-of-way centerline
Glade Road is classified as a Major Collector and has a 100-foot setback from the right-of-way centerline
All other roads noted in the project description are classified as local roads and have a minimum setback of 25-feet from the right-of-way.
There is a 100-foot required setback from the centerline of the Big Thompson River.
All temporary structures and parking should be located to meet required setbacks.We recommend locating temporary structures and event activities as far away from neighboring residences as possible.
Both parcels are within a FEMA designated floodplain. No overnight camping or parking should occur within the floodplain.
All disturbed areas should be re vegetated with native grasses to prevent weeds.
Any proposed lighting should meet the requirements of Section 8.15 of the Larimer County Land Use Code. Lighting should generally be downcast and not exceed one-tenth foot-candle twenty feet beyond the property lines.
Fencing should be located within the parcel boundaries. Any proposed fencing over 6-feet in height requires a building permit.
Public comment was received both for and against. Copies of comments will be available for review.
Road & Bridge
Status: ApprovedComments: No Conflicts
Status: ApprovedComments: Contact us a month prior for law enforcement staffing.
Thompson Valley EMS
Status: APPROVEDHello Kitty,
Your special event permit application has been approved.
Please print the permit and have it available for the duration of the event.