Clear Creek County Government regulates Special Events on County roads, trails, and lands managed by the Clear Creek County Open Space Commission under the authority of Resolution number 21-31 for the protection of the public health, safety, and welfare.
A Special Event Permit (SEP) is required when:
1) an event is proposed to take place on Clear Creek County roads, trails, or lands managed by the Open Space Commission,
2) the event is anticipated to have 50 or more participants, and
3) last for more than 2 hours. Issuance of a SEP is required before any event meeting the qualifications can occur within the unincorporated area of Clear Creek County.
Special Events Applications will be accepted by the Community Development Department one year in advance of the proposed event but not less that seventy-five (75) days prior to the proposed Special Event date and not less than forty-five (45) days prior to the returning event.