Do You Need a Special Event Permit for That?
Generally, Special Event Permits are required for any scheduled outdoor public gathering involving the use of, or having an impact on public property, facilities, parks, streets, sidewalks, rights-of-way, vacant land and parking lots.
- Events with outdoor amplified sound
- Events that have impacts on nearby residents and businesses
- Events that require street closures
You DON’T Need a Special Event Permit for That
The temporary use of private property in a manner that varies from its current land use may require a temporary use permit. Examples may include weddings, funeral ceremonies, elections, private yard sales, bake sales, Christmas tree and pumpkin sales, lot car washes and activities such as retail sales promotions.
These examples do not require a special event permit; however they may require a Temporary Use Permit or other related permits from the Development Services Department. View the Temporary Use Permit Process Guide for additional information.
For questions regarding the City of Buckeye’s Social Host (10-1-15), Block Parties within City limits and Noise Ordinances (10-1-2) contact the Buckeye Police Department at (623) 349-6400.
Send Your Permit Application Here
If you are interested in having a special event in the City of Buckeye, please complete the entire Special Event Permit Application and submit to:
City of Buckeye Community Services Department
Attention: Robyn Jacobs
110 East Irwin Avenue
Buckeye Arizona 85326
Please keep in mind we will need to review the application before granting a permit. Submitting the application should in no way be construed as final approval or confirmation of your request.
Questions about Special Event Permits?
Please contact Robyn Jacobs at 623-349-6320 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org