Special Event Permit Detail
Application InformationID: 6098 Event: Creepy Walk in the Woods
Application Date: 02/22/2023 Event Date: 10/13/2023 Thru: 10/28/2023
Organization: The Savage Woods, LLC Phone: 9706673002
Address: 1750 Savage Road
Event InformationPermit Type(s): Private Land
1750 Savage Road
9507405701 and 9507407704
Estimated Participants: 100 Estimated Spectators: 6000
Food / Alcohol:
Food is NOT being Served.
Alcohol is NOT being Served
Fri. 10/13/2023: 5 PM - 12 AM
Sat. 10/14/2023: 5 PM - 12 AM
Fri. 10/20/2023: 5 PM - 12 AM
Sat. 10/21/2023: 5 PM - 12 AM
Fri. 10/27/2023: 5 PM - 12 AM
Sat. 10/28/2023: 5 PM - 12 AM
Additional Information Submitted by Applicant1. Date Submitted: 03/22/2023
There seems to be a miscommunication. The Creepy Walk in the Woods in October has never served liquor and does not plan to sell liquor. This might be confused with the Colorado Medieval Festival where Creepy Walk is the 501(c)3 that applies for the license to sell the liquor at the Festival in June. Thanks!
Reviewing Agency Comments/Status
Email the Special Events Coordinator regarding this application.
Status: ApprovedComments: Approved subject to the following conditions: 1) at least one of the portable toilets must be accessible to people with disabilities 2) Buildings not constructed and approved as commercial, assembly occupancies can only be used as backdrops/props 3) The buried extension cord that has been brought to our attention cannot be used for this or any other event, and should be either dug up and removed or permitted as an electrical installation if it the proper material approved for direct burial.
Status: ApprovedComments: I will approve this, however, if we find out about another special event that doesn't get the required special event permit as was the case with last year's Christmas Walk in the Woods, these events will not be approved in the future.
Colorado Division of Wildlife
County Clerk and Recorder
Status: More Information NeededComments: I have reached out to the applicant and reminded them that they must also apply for a Special Event Liquor License at least 30-days prior to the event. Thank you, Deirdre
Flood - Larimer County
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, etc. within the floodplain.
Status: ApprovedComments: -The application packet indicates a food truck will be available at the event. All food vendors must hold a 2023 Colorado food license or 2023 Larimer County temporary food permit. -Drinking water shall be made available during the event. Water must be from a public, treated water supply (which can be transported and dispensed in clean and sanitized food grade containers, commercial bottled water). -Ensure trash cans are provided in adequate numbers around the event site, especially near portable restrooms and food service/seating areas. -Approximately 6000 people are anticipated to attend the event over 6 nights. The plans state that a minimum of 6 portable restrooms will be provided. 6 portable restrooms may be adequate based on the nature of the event and individual duration of attendees onsite. At least 1 hand washing station must be provided at portable restroom area and food service area. At least one portable restroom shall be of accessible design/ADA complaint. -This event is subject to the Larimer County Noise Ordinance. Decibel levels shall not exceed 50 dbA at property lines of event site due to the evening hours of operation. -Ensure vegetation in parking areas is mowed and lightly watered prior to event to control dust. -Ensure adequate lighting is provided in parking areas and pathways for vehicle and pedestrian safety after dark. -The Emergency Operations Plan notes that a nurse and EMT will be available onsite. Please ensure all staff and volunteers are familiar with the plan. Pleases ensure that the organizational chart is updated to include names and phone numbers as volunteer roles are filled.
Larimer County Emergency Management
Status: ApprovedComments: 1. Assembly occupancies (buildings) can only be used as backdrops/props. Spectators may not occupy these buildings at any time. 2. LFRA has received the permit applications and maps for both the maze and creepy walk. Pre-event inspections are required and must be scheduled before Friday, Oct. 6, with Fire Inspector Terry Soderstrom, at 970-962-2614.
Status: ApprovedComments: You must contact Sheriff Admin staff at 498-5108, 1 month prior to the event to schedule law enforcement support.
Thompson Valley EMS