The current (PHO) does not permit dancing, you will be asked to provide a plan on how you will discourage event attendees from participating in such activities if music and other elements are available.
A minimum of $2 million liability insurance naming the City of Coquitlam as an additional insured is required. Events with liquor, street use and/or Coquitlam Fire and Rescue permits are required to provide at least $5 million liability insurance. You may also be required to have your suppliers provide a certificate of insurance in the amount of $2 million liability naming the event and the City of Coquitlam. Suppliers such as electrical services, staging, tenting, lighting or sound, heavy equipment rentals and high risk activities like climbing walls and sporting demos may require insurance.
Written permission from Parks, Recreation, Culture and Facilities is required before any permits can be issued. An electrical permit may be required from the Technical Safety BC.
If yes, Public Health restrictions may apply.
Requested road use/closures may require a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) and certified traffic management company implementation support. Event volunteers without this certified traffic management training or certification may not be able to direct traffic.
Any event equipment including portable toilets, tents, yard bins, tables and/or chairs remaining onsite overnight requires event security.
I understand that as an event organizer it is my responsibility to adhere to all current Provincial Health Orders , WorkSafe BC requirements, directives from local health authorities and to follow the direction of City staff in my event planning and implementation.
I will create a Communicable Disease Prevention Plan as per the WorkSafe BC requirements and share a copy with the City at least 2 weeks prior to my event.
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