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The City of New Orleans

Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu

Event/Film Permits & Licenses

Are you organizing a fair or a festival? Selling at a local market? Planning a block party? Filming a movie? Having a parade? Or, maybe you just want to rent Brechtel Park for your family reunion. In this section you will find information about applications and the process for obtaining the permits and/or licenses for your event. To begin, all applicants must completely fill out the Special Event Master Application, all relevant supplements, as well as include all supporting documents (plot plans, letters, etc.), and then submit to the One Stop Shop, 7th floor, City Hall. Please note: applications must be submitted at least two (2) weeks in advance of the event and you may be contacted by City staff to answer event-specific questions or submit additional documents.

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Type:
Permit
Classification:
Mardi Gras, Event/Film
Category:
Business/Individual
Apply online?
No

A Special Event permit is required for anyone who acts as a vendor or promoter in the City of New Orleans during an event.

A Special Event permit is required for anyone who acts as a: 

  • Itinerant (Roaming) Vendor
  • Stationary/Trade Show Vendor
  • Promoter
  • Sporting Event Vendor
  • Alcoholic Beverages being sold or distributed at a special event

 

Restrictions

Vendors must wait until after their event promoter/organizer has applied for permits before applying as a vendor at the event.

Fees

Fees are based on type of activity, what is being sold and amount of gross sales. Click here for the City of New Orleans code, including more information about fees.

Required documents/steps

  • Promoters, not individual vendors, must first obtain the approval City Council member in whose district the event will be taking place. The Council District will be notified electronically by our internal system to review. However, if the event is expected to be particularly large, loud, or disruptive the promoter may wish to discuss the event with the Councilmember prior to application. Click here for Council contact information.
  • Complete the Master Event Application, plus:
  • Supplement A - Special Event Promoter/Vendor
  • Supplement G - Safety and Security (Promoter ONLY)
  • Lease or Property/Land Authorization agreement (Promoter ONLY)
  • Vendor List. The list must include: business trade name, mailing address, contact person, contact phone number (Promoter ONLY)
  • Bond Requirements (for profit only): $10,000 performance bond is required if 3 or more vendors participating (Promoter ONLY)
  • Plan/contract to dispose of all waste 
  • Submit all to the One Stop Shop, City Hall, 7th floor, 1300 Perdido St., New Orleans 70112

You may also need

Depending on the details of your event/show, you may need to fill out and submit additional supplements or documents. Please start by completing the Master Event Application and as indicated:

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Mardi Gras, Event/Film
Category:
Business/Individual
Apply online?
No

A Special Event Promoter permit is required for event/show organizers when an event or show involves three (3) or more vendors.

A Special Event Promoter permit is required for event/show organizers when an event or show involves three (3) or more vendors. You must have a complete contact list of all vendors, pay a bond and fees to complete the application process.

Fees

Fees are based on type of activity, what is being sold and amount of gross sales. Click here for the City of New Orleans code, including more information about fees.

Required documents/steps

  • Promoters, not individual vendors, must first obtain the approval City Council member in whose district the event will be taking place. The Council District will be notified electronically by our internal system to review. However, if the event is expected to be particularly large, loud, or disruptive the promoter may wish to discuss the event with the Councilmember prior to application.  Click here for Council contact information.
  • Complete the Master Event Application, plus:
  • Supplement A - Special Event Promoter/Vendor
  • Supplement G - Safety and Security
  • Lease or Property/Land Authorization agreement
  • Vendor List: The list must include: business trade name, mailing address, contact person, contact phone number
  • Bond Requirements (for profit only): $10,000 performance bond is required if 3 or more vendors participating
  • Plan/contract to dispose of all waste 
  • Submit all to the One Stop Shop, City Hall, 7th floor, 1300 Perdido St., New Orleans 70112

 

You may also need

Depending on the details of your event/show, you may need to fill out and submit additional supplements or documents. Please start by completing the Master Event Application and as indicated:

Fair/Market/Festival

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Business, Event/Film
Category:
Location
Apply online?
No

All Fairs, Markets and Festivals must have a permit to operate in the City of New Orleans.

All Fairs, Markets and Festivals must have a permit to operate in the City of New Orleans. Depending on the type of fair/market/festival, you may need a number of additional permits and licenses.

Required documents/steps

  • Promoters/show organizers must first meet with the City Council member in whose district the event will be taking place. The Council District must first sign off before moving on to the application process. Click here for Council contact information.
  • Complete the Master Event Application, plus:
  • Supplement A - Special Event Promoter/Vendor
  • Supplement D - Parks and Rec Centers - if event is on City property
  • Supplement E - Tents
  • Supplement F - Entertainment
  • Supplement G - Safety and Security
  • Lease or Property/Land Authorization agreement - if event is on private property
  • Recorded Act of Sale, if the property has recently changed ownership (if applicable)
  • Plot plan showing boundaries of the property and location and dimensions of the reviewing stands, stages, tents, tables, seating on the property with location and distance to the nearest fire hydrant
  • Plan/contract to dispose of all waste 
  • Submit all to the One Stop Shop, City Hall, 7th floor, 1300 Perdido St., New Orleans 70112

 

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User guides

Film

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Event/Film
Category:
Location
Apply online?
No

A Film Location permit is required for any commercial filming in New Orleans. Film New Orleans acts as a liaison for all film and video projects working in the city. The City of New Orleans generates a blanket, free of charge film permit. This film permit is required in order to acquire all additional permits through other city agencies.

A Film Location permit is required for any commercial filming in New Orleans. Film New Orleans acts as a liaison for all film and video projects working in the city. The City of New Orleans generates a blanket, free of charge film permit. This film permit is required in order to acquire all additional permits through other city agencies. This film permit is required in order to acquire all additional permits through other city agencies. Complete information is available here

Restrictions

It is required that productions notify residents 48 hours in advance of any disruption in street parking. Productions must post NO PARKING signs at least 24 hours in advance of the interruption.

Required documents/steps

  1. Fill out the Film Location permit applicaton
  2. Certificate of Insurance
  3. A copy of the Guide to Filming in New Orleansshould be read and signed by the production and returned to Film New Orleans.
  4. Confirmed location list and shooting schedule

All materials must be received no later than 3 business days prior to filming. The Film Permit is issued by Film New Orleans and is a prerequisite for all other City permitting.

Food Sales & Preparations

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Business, Event/Film
Category:
Location, Business/Individual
Apply online?
No

A permit is required to conduct retail sales during events in the City of New Orleans. Depending on the details of your sale and the event, you may need other business or special event permits.

A permit is required to conduct retail sales during events in the City of New Orleans. Depending on the details of your sale and the event, you may need other business or special event permits.

Fees

Fees are based on type of activity, what is being sold and amount of gross sales. Click here for the City of New Orleans code, including more information about fees.

Required documents/steps

Note: Please view the Special Event Permit requirements for additional information about organizing a fair, festival or other event in the City of New Orleans.

Issuing agency

Bureau of Revenue

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User guides

Mardi Gras

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Mardi Gras
Category:
Business/Individual
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Mardi Gras Fixed Location Vendor permit is for vendors during Mardi Gras with a fixed location such as a truck or trailer.

A Mardi Gras Fixed Location Vendor permit is for vendors during Mardi Gras with a fixed location such as a truck or trailer. All vendors are required to purchase an original City of New Orleans Occupational License, an original Mayoralty Permit, and I.D. badge for each category. These documents must be in your possession and visible at all times when conducting sales. Vendors may not sell alcohol, T-shirts and/or clothing, CD’s, DVD’s, VCR tapes or items that are not defined as novelties. Review the official Mardi Gras Procedures and Mardi Gras Guide for more information. 

Restrictions

  • Vendors may not sell alcohol, T-shirts and/or clothing, CD’s, DVD’s, VCR tapes or items that are not defined as novelties.
  • Mardi Gras Vending permits are NOT VALID in the (French Quarter\Vieux Carre) or in the 100 blocks of Bourbon, Royal, and Chartres Streets.
  • Vending time shall be consistent.  Commencing two (2) hours before the start of a parade and ending two (2) hours after the parade ends.
  • Vending is not allowed in the CBD (the River to Claiborne Avenue and Esplanade Avenue to Howard Avenue) before 6:00 p.m. for parades that are scheduled during WEEKDAYS.
  • During the Mardi Gras season, it shall be unlawful for any peddler or vendor of  prepared  food to cook, sell, or vend from a trailer, or other mobile or temporary facility, or a vehicle, or on foot, any food or merchandise on the sidewalk on the same side of the street, in the street, or on the neutral ground (median) in front of any lawfully operating restaurant, cafeteria, public or private school, or any concession operated by a booster club sanctioned by the department or recreation.
  • All fixed location vendors must comply with all regulations and requirements of the Department of Health, Safety and Permits (electrical and building inspections), the Fire/Bureau of Fire Prevention, Police and Finance.
    • Trailers, vans and any appendant thereto from which a vendor sells shall not exceed 30 feet in length or 9 feet in width.  All vendors must sell and display from a vehicle, No stands, card table, etc. are allowed on public streets, sidewalks, alleyways, park squares and or neutral grounds.
  • Fixed location vehicles must not block intersections, sidewalks or fire hydrants.  Must at all times comply with Chapter 154 of the code of the City of New Orleans, as it relates to traffic regulations, especially, but not exclusively with regard to distances from fire hydrants and intersections.
  • When the use of a fixed location interferes with a parade along a particular route or interferes with public safety, the City shall have the option to deny the use of such location for the period of time deemed necessary.
  • Vendors selling from fixed locations shall provide containers sufficient for storage, in a sanitary manner, for all trash, garbage, or any other refuse generated by their business activities at each authorized location during “parade time” as defined in Section 34-216 of the Code of the City of New Orleans.
  • A LOTTERY WILL BE HELD TO DETERMINE THE ORDER OF LOCATION SELECTION. LOTTERY PLACEMENTS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE. Download the Lottery Card

Fees

  • Occasional Occupational License Per Location: $150.00
  • Mayoralty Permit, Per Category/Per Location: $500.25
  • I.D. Badge Per Location $5.00
  • Sales Tax Deposit, Per Permit/Per Location: $1,000.00
    • Total Fee Per Location: $1,655.25

Required documents/steps

Apply for and obtain:

Fixed Locations

  • Obtain placement in the Lottery Selection process and select a Fixed Location at the Lottery Placement Selection
  • Complete the registration application, Schedule A. Food and beverage vendors must submit a valid Health Certificate and Fire inspection certificate before the permit and license are issued - click here for more information. A picture I.D. will also be issued upon issuance of the permit/license.
  • Sign the Payment Voucher Form (to process the sales tax deposit refund at the conclusion of the carnival season). Obtain a blank sales tax form to file sales in order to pay sales taxes.
  • Contact the Health Department to apply for a Health Certificate and schedule an appointment for inspection of the vehicle or trailer. State Department of Sanitarian Services (Health Department): 1450 Poydras St., Suite 1204, (504) 568-7970 - Hours: 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
  • Provide a listing of all items to be sold as well as the supplier name where the items were purchased.
  • Contact the Fire Department to schedule a vehicle inspection. New Orleans Fire Department/Department of Fire Prevention: 317 Decatur St., 2nd Floor, (504) 658-4700 - Hours: 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
  • Pay all applicable permit and license fees.

NOTE: MOBILE VENDORS MUST RETURN WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS TO THE BUREAU OF REVENUE WITH A VALID HEALTH AND FIRE PERMIT IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A MAYORALTY PERMIT, OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE AND I.D. BADGE OR THE LOCATION YOU SELECTED WILL BE REASSIGNED.

Fixed Locations on Private Property

  • Submit an affidavit from the property owner granting authorization to use said property. Affidavit must include the address of the property, days to be used, rate charged as well as the purpose of the use of the property.
  • Contact the Health Department to apply for a Health Certificate and schedule an appointment for inspection of the vehicle or trailer. State Department of Sanitarian Services (Health Department): 1450 Poydras St. Suite 1204, (504) 568-5233 – Hours: 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m. Provide a listing of all items to be sold as well as the supplier name where the items were purchased.
  • Schedule a vehicle inspection appointment if food and beverages are being sold . New Orleans Fire Department/Department of Fire Prevention: 317 Decatur St., 2ND Floor, (504) 658-4700 - Hours: 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
  • Update: Annual Food Truck Inspection Dates Announced - No Appointment Needed!
    Annual Food Truck Inspection will be performed at 14399 Old Gentilly Rd on the dates and times listed below. Representatives from The New Orleans Fire Department, Louisiana LPG, Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Sanitarians, and the New Orleans Fire Department will be onsite to perform required inspections.

    • Thursday, February 13, 2014 10AM -3PM

    • Monday, February 17, 2014 10AM-3PM

    • Tuesday, February 18, 2014 10AM-3PM
       

  • Complete the registration application, Schedule A if you do not currently have a Revenue account number. Food and beverage vendors must submit a valid Health Certificate before application is processed as well as a valid picture I.D.

  • Pay all applicable permit and license fees

  • Sales Tax is due on all sales made during the carnival season and is due within thirty (30) days of the conclusion of Mardi Gras. Failure to pay sales tax results in the forfeiture of the sales tax deposit and sales tax is still due. Sign the Payment Voucher Form in order to process the sales tax deposit refund at the conclusion of the carnival season. Obtain a blank sales tax form to file sales in order to pay sales taxes. The form is due at the conclusion of the carnival season. Failure to pay within thirty (30) days will result in further enforcement action.
  • Submit Health and Fire Prevention Certificate.

Sales Tax is due on all sales made during the carnival season and is due within thirty (30) days of the conclusion of Mardi Gras. Failure to pay sales tax results in the forfeiture of the sales tax deposit and sales tax is still due.

Issuing agency

Bureau of Revenue, Safety & Permits, NOFD

You may also need

User guides

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Mardi Gras
Category:
Business/Individual
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Mardi Gras 1-Day Location Vendor permit is required for vendors operating for a single day during Mardi Gras on the Endymion or NOMTOC parade routes with a fixed location such as a truck or trailer.

A Mardi Gras 1-Day Location Vendor permit is required for vendors operating for a single day during Mardi Gras on the Endymion or NOMTOC parade routes with a fixed location such as a truck or trailer. All vendors are required to purchase an original City of New Orleans Occupational License, an original Mayoralty Permit and I.D. badge for each category. These documents must be in your possession and visible at all times when conducting sales. Vendors may not sell alcohol, T-shirts and/or clothing, CD’s, DVD’s, VCR tapes or items that are not defined as novelties. Review the Mardi Gras Proceduresand Mardi Gras Guide for more information. 

Restrictions

  • Vendors may not sell alcohol, T-shirts and/or clothing, CD’s, DVD’s, VCR tapes or items that are not defined as novelties.
  • Mardi Gras Vending permits are NOT VALID in the (French Quarter\Vieux Carre) or in the 100 blocks of Bourbon, Royal, and Chartres Streets.
  • Vending time shall be consistent.  Commencing two (2) hours before the start of a parade and ending two (2) hours after the parade ends.
  • Vending is not allowed in the CBD (the River to Claiborne Avenue and Esplanade Avenue to Howard Avenue) before 6:00 p.m. for parades that are scheduled during WEEKDAYS.
  • During the Mardi Gras season, it shall be unlawful for any peddler or vendor of  prepared  food to cook, sell, or vend from a trailer, or other mobile or temporary facility, or a vehicle, or on foot, any food or merchandise on the sidewalk on the same side of the street, in the street, or on the neutral ground (median) in front of any lawfully operating restaurant, cafeteria, public or private school, or any concession operated by a booster club sanctioned by the department or recreation.
  • All fixed location vendors must comply with all regulations and requirements of the Department of Health, Safety and Permits (electrical and build inspections), the Fire/Bureau of Fire Prevention, Police and Finance.
    • Trailers, vans and any appendant thereto from which a vendor sells shall not exceed 30 feet in length or 9 feet in width.  All vendors must sell and display from a vehicle, No stands, card table, etc. are allowed on public streets, sidewalks, alleyways, park squares and or neutral grounds.
  • Fixed location vehicles must not block intersections, sidewalks or fire hydrants.  Must at all times comply with Chapter 154 of the code of the City of New Orleans, as it relates to traffic regulations, especially, but not exclusively with regard to distances from fire hydrants and intersections.
  • When the use of a fixed location interferes with a parade along a particular route or interferes with public safety, the City shall have the option to deny the use of such location for the period of time deemed necessary.
  • Vendors selling from fixed locations shall provide containers sufficient for storage, in a sanitary manner, for all trash, garbage, or any other refuse generated by their business activities at each authorized location during “parade time” as defined in Section 34-216 of the Code of the City of New Orleans.
  • A LOTTERY WILL BE HELD TO DETERMINE THE ORDER OF LOCATION SELECTION. LOTTERY PLACEMENTS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE. Download the lottery card.

Fees

  • Occasional Occupational License Per Location: $150.00
  • Mayoralty Permit, per category Per Location: $50.25
  • I.D. Badge Per Location: $5.00
  • Sales Tax Deposit, per permit/per Location: $50.00
    • Total Fee Per Location: $255.25

Required documents/steps

Apply for and obtain:

Fixed Locations

  • Obtain placement in the Lottery Selection process and select a Fixed Location at the Lottery Placement Selection.
  • Complete the registration application, Schedule A. Food and beverage vendors must submit a valid Health Certificate and Fire inspection certificate before the permit and license are issued - click here for more information. A picture I.D. will also be issued upon issuance of the permit/license.
  • Sign the Payment Voucher Form (to process the sales tax deposit refund at the conclusion of the carnival season). Obtain a blank sales tax form to file sales in order to pay sales taxes.
  • Contact the Health Department to apply for a Health Certificate and schedule an appointment for inspection of the vehicle or trailer. State Department of Sanitarian Services (Health Department): 1450 Poydras St., Suite 1204, (504) 568-7970 - Hours: 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
  • Provide a listing of all items to be sold as well as the supplier name where the items were purchased.
  • Schedule a vehicle inspection appointment if food and beverages are being sold. New Orleans Fire Department/Department of Fire Prevention: 317 Decatur St., 2ND Floor, (504) 658-4700 - Hours: 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
  • Pay all applicable permit and license fees.

NOTE: MOBILE VENDORS MUST RETURN WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS TO THE BUREAU OF REVENUE WITH A VALID HEALTH AND FIRE PERMIT IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A MAYORALTY PERMIT, OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE AND I.D. BADGE OR THE LOCATION YOU SELECTED WILL BE REASSIGNED.

Fixed Locations on Private Property

  • Submit an affidavit from the property owner granting authorization to use said property. Affidavit must include the address of the property, days to be used, rate charged as well as the purpose of the use of the property.
  • Contact the Health Department to apply for a Health Certificate and schedule an appointment for inspection of the vehicle or trailer. State Department of Sanitarian Services (Health Department): 1450 Poydras St. Suite 1204, (504) 568-5233 – Hours: 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
  • Provide a listing of all items to be sold as well as the supplier name where the items were purchased.
  • Schedule a vehicle inspection appointment if food and beverages are being sold . New Orleans Fire Department/Department of Fire Prevention: 317 Decatur St., 2ND Floor, (504) 658-4700 - Hours: 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
  • Complete the registration application, Schedule A if you do not currently have a Revenue account number. Food and beverage vendors must submit a valid Health Certificate before application is processed as well as a valid picture I.D.
  • Pay all applicable permit and license fees.
  • Sign the Payment Voucher Form in order to process the sales tax deposit refund at the conclusion of the carnival season. Obtain a blank sales tax form to file sales in order to pay sales taxes. The form is due at the conclusion of the carnival season. Failure to pay within thirty (30) days will result in further enforcement action.
  • Submit Health and Fire Prevention Certificate.

 

Sales Tax is due on all sales made during the carnival season and is due within thirty (30) days of the conclusion of Mardi Gras. Failure to pay sales tax results in the forfeiture of the sales tax deposit and sales tax is still due.

Issuing agency

Bureau of Revenue

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User guides

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Mardi Gras
Category:
Business/Individual
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Mardi Gras Walker permit is for vendors during Mardi Gras without a fixed location and who sell novelties (a small, inexpensive toy, ornament and piece of jewelry or trinket that is treasured for the memories associated with Mardi Gras) or pre-packaged food.

A Mardi Gras Walker permit is for vendors during Mardi Gras without a fixed location and who sell novelties (a small, inexpensive toy, ornament and piece of jewelry or trinket that is treasured for the memories associated with Mardi Gras) or pre-packaged food. All vendors are required to obtain an original City of New Orleans Occupational License, an original Mayoralty Permit and I.D. badge for each category of sales. These documents must be in your possession and visible at all times when conducting sales. Vendors may not sell alcohol, T-shirts and/or clothing, CD’s, DVD’s, VCR tapes or items that are not defined as novelties. Review the Mardi Gras Procedures and Mardi Gras Guide for more information. 

2014: Individuals interested in obtaining Mardi Gras Walker Permit to sell novelties or pre-packaged food without a fixed location can go to the Revenue office located at 1300 Perdido St., Room 1W15, during the week of February 17 to obtain the necessary permits. 

Restrictions

  • Mardi Gras Vending permits are NOT VALID in the (French Quarter\Vieux Carre) or in the 100 blocks of Bourbon, Royal, and Chartres Streets.
  • Vending time shall be consistent.  Commencing two (2) hours before the start of a parade and ending two (2) hours after the parade ends. 
  • Vending is not allowed in the CBD (the River to Claiborne Avenue and Esplanade Avenue to Howard Avenue) before 6:00 p.m. for parades that are scheduled during WEEKDAYS.
  • Walkers’ are required to keep moving at all times except when making sales.  Tables or stands are strictly prohibited.
  • Walkers’ boundaries extend two blocks in either direction of the street used by various parades while the parade is in progress.

Fees

  • Occasional Occupational License Per Walker: $150.00
  • Mayoralty Permit, per category Per Walker: $100.25
  • I.D. Badge Per Walker: $5.00
  • Sales Tax Deposit, per permit/per Walker: $200.00
    • Total Fee Per Walker: $455.25

Required documents/steps

  • Obtain or show a valid State Health Certificate from the Office of Sanitarian Services of the State of Louisiana (for food/beverage vendors)
  • Mardi Gras Registration 
  • Occupational License (if you do not currently have a Revenue account number)
  • Mayoralty Permit 
  • Payment Voucher Form (to process the sales tax deposit refund at the conclusion of the carnival season. Obtain a blank sales tax form to file sales in order to pay sales taxes. The form is due at the conclusion of the carnival season. Failure to pay within thirty (30) days will result in further enforcement action.

Issuing agency

Bureau of Revenue

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User guides

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Building/Construction, Mardi Gras
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Bracing permit is required to add support to balconies and galleries for Mardi Gras. You will need to complete the Mardi Gras Permit Application. Certificates of Occupancy are only issued when the permit is approved and all required inspections have been made.

A Bracing permit is required to erect a stand for Mardi Gras. You will also need a Building permit and/or a Certificate of Occupancy. Certificates of Occupancy are only issued when the Building permit is approved and all required inspections have been made. All seasonal /special event permits are temporary and are only valid for the duration of the event. Visit the Mardi Gras Permits and Licenses Guide for more general information. 

Mardi Gras 2013 Procedures and Applications are coming soon. 

Fees

  • On private property in a Non-Historic District: $60
  • On private property in a Historic District: $190
  • Non-Profit Organizations (Churches /Schools): $285
  • On public property in the Central Business District: $190
    • VCC/HDLC Surcharges may apply

Required documents/steps

  • Approval from the Historic District Landmark Commission (504-658-7040) or Vieux Carre Commission (504-658-1420) if bracing is located on private property within a local historic district
  • Plot plan delineating the boundaries of the property and the location and dimensions of the bracing on the property. The location and distance to the nearest fire hydrant must be indicated
  • Letter from the property owner authorizing the use of the property, if the applicant is not the owner. If the property is owned by a company, the letter must be provided on company letterhead
  • Approval from the Department of Public Works if the bracing is to be placed on public property (contact the Traffic Engineering Division at 504-658-8040. In certain instances approval may also be required from the Parks and Parkways (504-658-3200). These reviews will be performed internally following application to the One Stop in 7W03 in City Hall.
  • Letter with a live seal from a Louisiana registered architect or civil engineer stating that: the structure is capable of withstanding a minimum of 100 psf live load, the structure provides 42" guardrails for public safety, stairs will have risers not more than 7" high and not less than 4", with treads not less than 11", with handrails not less than 34" high nor greater than 38" high, handicapped ramps, where provided, shall have a slope of 1:12, in accordance with ANSI A.117.1, the width of landings shall not be less than the width of the stairways /ramps they serve

Issuing agency

Safety and Permits

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Approval from:

User guides

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Business, Mardi Gras
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Concession Stand permit is required when you are planning on selling items during Mardi Gras through a portable or non-portable structure in a fixed location.

A Concession Stand permit is required when you are planning on selling items during Mardi Gras through a portable or non-portable structure in a fixed location. You will also need a Mardi Gras (Stand and Bracing) Permit. Certificates of Occupancy are only issued when the building permit is approved and all required inspections have been made. All seasonal /special event permits are temporary and are only valid for the duration of the event. You must also apply for an Occupational License with the Department of Finance, Bureau of Revenue. If food is to be served, approval is required from the State Health Department 504-942-8283. Visit the Mardi Gras Permits and Licenses Guide for more general information. 

 

Fees

  • On private property in a Non-Historic District: $190
  • On private property in a Historic District: $285
  • Non-Profit Organizations (Churches /Schools): $30

Required documents/steps

  • Plot plan delineating the boundaries of the property and the location and dimensions of the concession stand. The location and distance to the nearest fire hydrant must be indicated. The stand must be: on a parade route, on private property, situated as to not interfere with pedestrian movement on the sidewalk, setback a minimum of six (6) feet from the property lines
  • Letter from the property owner authorizing the use of the property, if the applicant is not the owner
  • You must complete and submit the Special Event Plan Review Application and all supporting documentation to the New Orleans Fire Department, Fire Prevention Division - 317 Decatur St., (504) 658- 4770
Type:
Permit
Classification:
Building/Construction
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Reviewing Stand permit is required to erect a stand for Mardi Gras. You will also need a  Mardi Gras (Stand and Bracing) Permit.

A Reviewing Stand permit is required to erect a stand for Mardi Gras. You will also need a  Mardi Gras (Stand and Bracing) Permit. All seasonal /special event permits are temporary and are only valid for the duration of the event. Visit the Mardi Gras Permits and Licenses Guide for more general information. 

 

Fees

  • On private property in a Non-Historic District: $60
  • On private property in a Historic District: $190
  • Non-Profit Organizations (Churches /Schools): $285
  • On public property in the Central Business District: $190

Required documents/steps

  • Plot plan delineating the boundaries of the property and the location and dimensions of the bracing on the property. The location and distance to the nearest fire hydrant must be indicated
  • Letter from the property owner authorizing the use of the property, if the applicant is not the owner. If the property is owned by a company, the letter must be provided on company letterhead
  • Approval from the Department of Public Works if the stand is to be placed on public property (contact the Traffic Engineering Division at 504-658-8040. In certain instances approval may also be required from the Parks and Parkways (504-658-3200)
  • Letter with a live seal from a Louisiana registered architect or civil engineer stating that: the structure is capable of withstanding a minimum of 100 psf live load, the structure provides 42" guardrails for public safety, stairs will have risers not more than 7" high and not less than 4", with treads not less than 11", with handrails not less than 34" high nor greater than 38" high, handicapped ramps, where provided, shall have a slope of 1:12, in accordance with ANSI A.117.1, the width of landings shall not be less than the width of the stairways /ramps they serve
  • You must complete and submit the Special Event Plan Review Application and all supporting documentation to the New Orleans Fire Department, Fire Prevention Division - 317 Decatur St., (504) 658- 4770

Issuing agency

Safety and Permits

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User guides

Parades & Races

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Event/Film
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A permit is required to stage a parade, motorcade, second-line or race in the City of New Orleans. Depending on the details, you may need other special event permits.

A permit is required to stage a parade, motorcade, second-line or race in the City of New Orleans. Depending on the details, you may need other permits and/or licenses. In New Orleans a Parade Permit, Police escort and City Permitting tax/fee are required for any/all events parading in the streets according to City Ordinance Ordinance #17271 MCS SEC. 154-1651 through 1664.

Restrictions

  • Any cancellation must be done a minimum of two (2) hours prior to the event. Less than two (2) hour notification means that all police fees shall be forfeited for that date.

Fees

  • The parade route, along with the size of the parade, will determine the amount of police officers needed for the parade escort. You will consult with the Special Events Commander about the rest of the details and any additional documents needed.

Required documents/steps

  • Choose a Parade Route - Please provide a detailed description of the parade route and parade size in the parade permit application, including a complete map of where you’d like to parade/race. Applications for parades must be dated at least FIFTEEN days prior to the date of the planned parade.
  • Complete the Master Event Application, plus:
  • Supplement C - Parade 
  • Supplement B - Street Closure/Block Party - If you plan to tow cars from your route or purchase meters
  • Supplement G - Safety and Security - If you have any type of fire-related activity during your parade/race
  • Plan/contract to dispose of all waste
  • Submit all to the One Stop Shop, City Hall, 7th floor, 1300 Perdido St., New Orleans 70112

 

You may also need

Depending on the details of your parade/race/second-line, you may need to fill out and submit additional supplements or documents. Please start by completing the Master Event Application and as indicated:

User guides

Parking

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Event/Film
Category:
Location
Apply online?
No

An Event Parking Lot permit is required to charge people to park on your property during a special event in the City of New Orleans.

A Parking Lot Event permit is required to charge people to park on your property during a special event in the City of New Orleans. Other information about special event permits can be found here. A property is only eligible for this permit if it is zoned commercially or is owned and occupied by a legal, non-residential use (in residentially zoned areas), i.e. churches, schools, etc. 

Fees

  • On private property in a Non-Historic District: $190
  • On private property in a Historic District: $285
  • Non-Profit Organizations (Churches /Schools): $30

Required documents/steps

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User guides

Special Event Guide

Parks & Rec Centers

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Event/Film
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A permit is required to use public parks and rec centers for events in the City of New Orleans.

A permit is required to use public parks for events in the City of New Orleans. The Department of Parks and Parkways is responsible for the following parks: Jackson Square, Brechtel, Washington Square, Mississippi River Heritage Park, Lafayette Square, Coliseum Square, Armstrong Park and other smaller parks. City Park and Audubon Park also have jurisdiction over parks within the City.

 

Restrictions

  • Jackson Square is not available for major events (except wedding ceremonies) due to restricted use policy
  • The following are prohibited in any Parks and Parkways park under any circumstances:
    • Events related to partisan political activities
    • Frying
    • Seafood boiling 
    • Glass bottles or containers
    • Parking on the grass
    • Water activities and related set-ups
    • Excessively loud music
    • Explicit lyrics
  • The following items may be allowed, except in Jackson Square, with proper written approval of the Director of Parks and Parkways:
    • Portable toilets
    • Tents of the pop-up variety (no staking allowed)
    • Booths
    • Food/beverage sales
    • Inflatable games
    • Stages
    • DJs or live bands
  • For major events, all litter must be picked up, bagged and completely removed from the park immediately following the event.

Fees

  • A non-refundable $50.00 processing deposit is required before space for event is reserved
  • Non-refundable usage fee and refundable Litter/Damage deposit due either immediately upon booking if there is less than 30 days before the event -or- 30 days after confirmation of booking
  • Overtime fees for all parks are $50.00/hour
  • In the event of rain, an event may be rescheduled up to one year from the originally scheduled event date

Fees listed are base fees which will change depending on the specifics of the event

Major Event Fees - Parks and Parkways
Park Amount of Time Base Fee   Non-Profit Fee Damage Deposit
Armstrong Park  up to 4 hours $500.00   $250.00 Based on Event Components
Armstrong Park up to 8 hours $1,000.00   $500.00 Based on Event Components
Armstrong Park over 8 hours  $1,500.00   $750.00 Based on Event Components
Lafayette Square up to 4 hours $500.00   $250.00 Based on Event Components
Lafayette Square up to 8 hours $1,000.00   $500.00 Based on Event Components
Lafayette Square over 8 hours $1,500.00   $750.00 Based on Event Components
Mississippi River Heritage Park up to 4 hours $500.00   $250.00 Based on Event Components
Mississippi River Heritage Park up to 8 hours $1,000.00   $500.00 Based on Event Components
Mississippi River Heritage Park over 8 hours $1,500.00   $750.00 Based on Event Components
Neighborhood Park up to 4 hours $150.00   $75.00 $100.00
Neighborhood Park up to 8 hours $500.00   $250.00 $200.00
Neighborhood Park over 8 hours $1,500.00   $750.00 $500.00
Palmer Park up to 4 hours $500.00   $250.00 Based on Event Components
Palmer Park up to 8 hours $1,000.00   $500.00 Based on Event Components
Palmer Park over 8 hours $1,500.00   $750.00 Based on Event Components
Washington Square up to 4 hours $500.00   $250.00 Based on Event Components
Washington Square up to 8 hours $1,000.00   $500.00 Based on Event Components
Washington Square over 8 hours $1,500.00   $750.00 Based on Event Components
Recurring Event
Good Custodian
Discount Rate 
(Event Series with
at least 6 occurances)
per day $750.00   $750.00 Based on Event Components
Wedding Fees
Park Guests Usage Litter/Damage Deposit
Jackson Square 2-25 $250.00 $100.00
Jackson Square 26-100 $500.00 $200.00
Jackson Square 101-200 $750.00 $300.00
Jackson Square 201 and above $1,000.00     $500.00
Armstrong Park 2-25 $250.00 $100.00
Armstrong Park 26-100 $500.00 $200.00
Armstrong Park 101-200 $750.00 $300.00
Armstrong Park 201 and above $1,000.00 $500.00
All Other Parkways Parks 2-50 $125.00 $100.00
All Other Parkways Parks 51-100 $225.00 $200.00
All Other Parkways Parks 101-200 $325.00 $300.00
All Other Parkways Parks 201 and above $425.00 $500.00

For weddings, usage fees are non-refundable even in the case of rain.

NORDC parks and rec center usage fees vary. Please contact them at: 504-658-3080 or dastrickland@nola.gov

Required documents/steps

  • Check to see if the Parks and Parkways park you would like is available by calling the department (504) 658-3201 or by emailing ParksandParkways@nola.gov to ask if the date is available.  
  • Check to see if the Rec Center or NORDC park you would like is available by calling the department (504)-658-3080 or dastrickland@nola.gov
  • Once confirmation of date availability is confirmed, complete the Master Event Application, plus:
  • Supplement D - Parks and Rec Centers
  • Supplement G - Safety and Security
  • Liability Insurance Certificate with City of New Orleans as holder of the certificate is required for all events with an attendance projection of 100 or more, except weddings.
  • Copy of insurance of the company providing the space walks (if applicable)
  • Contract for all events with an attendance projection of 100 or more except weddings (Parks and Parkways)
  • Plan/contract to dispose of all waste 
  • Submit all to the One Stop Shop, City Hall, 7th floor, 1300 Perdido St., New Orleans 70112

Note: Events require a walk-thru with Parkways personnel at least 30 days prior to the event. 

 

Issuing agency

Parks and Parkways

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User guides

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Event/Film
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A permit is required to rent the shelters in Brechtel Park for events in the City of New Orleans.

A permit is required to rent the shelters in Brechtel Park for events in the City of New Orleans. Depending on the details of your event, you may need other permits as outlined on the special events pages. 

Restrictions

  • The following are prohibited in any park under any circumstances:
    • Events related to partisan political activities
    • Frying
    • Seafood boiling 
    • Glass bottles or containers
    • Parking on the grass
    • Water activities and related set-ups
    • Excessively loud music
    • Explicit lyrics
  • The following items may be allowed, except in Jackson Square, with proper written approval of the Director of Parks and Parkways:
    • Portable toilets
    • Tents of the pop-up variety (no staking allowed)
    • Booths
    • Food/beverage sales
    • Inflatable games
    • Stages
    • DJs or live bands

Fees

Shelter Fees
Park Shelter Base Fee Additional Grilling Fee
Brechtel Park 1-6 $175.00 $25.00
Brechtel Park 7 & 8 reserved as a pair $325.00 $25.00
Brechtel Park Scout Island ( exclusive use) $450.00 $25.00
Refundable Litter/Damage Deposits
Persons Litter/Damage Deposit
1-100 $200.00
101-200 $300.00
201-300 $400.00
301 and above $500.00

Current entrance fees to the Brechtel Park are applicable and do not allow for re-entry.

Usage fees are non-refundable.

In the event of rain, an event may be rescheduled up to one year from the originally scheduled event date. 

Required documents/steps

Create a reservation for the space by:

  • Calling the department (504) 658-3201 or by email ParksandParkways@nola.gov to ask if the date is available. 
  • Once confirmation of date availability is confirmed, requestors can file a booking request form by fax (504) 658-3227 or by email ParksandParkways@nola.gov

Fill out booking form for requested park:

  • Brechtel Park Booking. Please note, all citizens should contact Parks and Parkways to confirm date availability before filing a booking request.

Payment of fees is required within 5 working days of requesting reservation.

Insurance:

  • Liability Insurance Certificate with City of New Orleans as holder of the certificate is required for all events
  • Copy of insurance of the company providing the space walks
  • Contracts are required for all events and must be completed at least 2 weeks prior to date of rental

Street Closures & Meter Rentals

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Building/Construction, Business, Event/Film
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Meter Rental permit is required to block off a street parking meter for a defined period of time.

A Meter Rental permit is required to block off a street parking meter for a defined period of time. Depending on the details of your work, you may need special event permits or other permits to comply with the building, electrical, and mechanical codes of the City.

Restrictions

Parking Lanes without meters, Loading Zones, Passenger Zones, Sidewalks, Cab Stands, and Carriage Stands must also be rented and permitted for use.  

Fees

Meter Rental: 

  • $40 application fee
  • $45 service charge per meter
  • $30 daily meter rental charge per meter (Central Business District)
  • $40 daily meter rental charge per meter (French Quarter & Canal Street)
  • $20 daily meter rental charge per meter (Other)

Meter Removal:

  • $40 application fee
  • $305 removal service charge per meter
  • $30 daily meter rental charge per meter (Central Business District)
  • $40 daily meter rental charge per meter (French Quarter & Canal Street)
  • $20 daily meter rental charge per meter (Other)

Required documents/steps

Issuing agency

Public Works

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User guides

 

 

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Event/Film
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Temporary Use permit is required to use the City of New Orleans neutral ground for any purpose for any period of time.

A Temporary Use permit is required to use the City of New Orleans neutral ground for any purpose for any period of time. Depending on the details of your event, you may need special event or other permits to comply with the building, electrical, and mechanical codes of the City. 

Fees

Fees vary depending on the nature of the event, please contact the City of New Orleans Parks and Parkways for more information - (504) 658-3201. Major event fees include:

  • A non-refundable $50.00 processing deposit is required before space for event is reserved
  • Usage fee and refundable Litter/Damage deposit due
    • immediately upon booking if there is less than 30 days before the event
    • 30 days after confirmation of booking
  • Overtime Fees, start at:  $50.00/hour

Required documents/steps

  • Please review the Parks and Greenspace Rental Process guidelines 
  • Create a reservation for the space by:
    • Calling the department (504) 658-3200 or by email ParksandParkways@nola.gov 
    • Filing a booking request form by fax (504) 658-3227 or by email ParksandParkways@nola.gov
  • Fill out booking form for requested park:
    • General Booking, if applicable
    • Payment of fees is required within 14 days of reservation
    • Liability Insurance Certificate with City of New Orleans as holder of the certificate is required for Contracts are required for all events Copies of all related permits must be received before final approval is granted
Type:
Permit
Classification:
Building/Construction, Event/Film
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A Street Closure permit issued to an individual or organization is required to temporarily close a street for an event of noncommercial purposes.

A Street Closure permit issued to an individual or organization is required to temporarily close a street for an event of noncommercial purposes. This is in accordance with the Department of Public Works Section 146-583 of the Code of the City of New Orleans. The Director of Public Works is authorized by this law to collect fees and impose conditions for issuance. Please allow at least two (2) weeks for processing.

Other departments and agencies involved in this process, which are to receive notification of all street
closure requests include the following:
 
  • New Orleans Police Department
  • Department of Public Works
  • Department of Parks and Parkways
  • Department of Sanitation
  • Department of Safety and Permits
  • Department of Finance
  • Department of Property Management
  • Regional Transit Authority
  • Department of Fire
 

Restrictions

Approval from the NOPD Captain of the district in which the event is to take place. If the NOPD Captain will not approve the event, the City will not issue a permit.

 

Fees

Fees are based on type of activity, what is being sold and amount of gross sales. Click here for the City of New Orleans code, including more information about fees.

Required documents/steps

  • Secure approval from the NOPD Captain of the district in which the event is to take place. Find your district Captain here.
  • Complete the Master Event Application, plus:
  • Supplement B - Street Closure/Block Party
  • Supplement G - Safety and Security 
  • Plan/contract to dispose of all waste 
  • Petition stating there are no objections to the proposed closure must be signed by 100 percent of the residents, property owners or property managers occupying both sides of the block to be closed. Include: names, addresses and phone numbers. (template included in Supplement B above)
      • ​If the street contains a neutral ground (median), the Director of the Department of Parks and Parkways must approve of the closure. 
      • If the Street borders City property, the Department of Property Management must be contacted at (504) 658-3600 to obtain written approval of the closure.
      • If the street is on an RTA bus route, Department of Public Works will contact the RTA for approval and written agreement must be obtained for RTA to re-route the buses. E-mail notification is acceptable.
    • NOTE: ONLY NOPD OFFICERS ARE AUTHORIZED TO CLOSE A PUBLIC STREET. SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES OR SECURITY GUARDS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. If the NOPD determines that additional officers are required due to number of attendees, location or unique security issues, the applicant will need to work with NOPD to provide extra security (details included in Supplement G above)
    • The applicant must work with NOPD to arrange for pre-approved traffic control devices (barricades, signs, etc.) as required by the Department of Public Works. Barricades are free of charge if the event organizers arrange for the pickup and return to NOPD (a deposit will be required).
    • The applicant must also agree to any further requirements (including, but not limited to: meter rental, meter removal or towing services) that may be imposed by the Department of Public Works
  • Submit all applications and supporting documents to the One Stop Shop, City Hall, 7th floor, 1300 Perdido St., New Orleans 70112

Issuing agency

Public Works

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Tents & Stages

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Building/Construction, Event/Film
Category:
Location, Equipment
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

All tents, canopies and structures erected in Orleans Parish require a review by the Fire Prevention Division of the New Orleans Fire Department, flame retardant certificate and a plot plan. Permits are granted by the Fire Prevention Division of the New Orleans Fire Department. 

ALL tents, canopies and structures erected in Orleans Parish require aa review by the Fire Prevention Division of the New Orleans Fire Department, flame retardant certificate and a plot plan. Permits are granted by the Fire Prevention Division of the New Orleans Fire Department. A minimum 2A 10BC fire extinguisher is also required under each structure.  The fire extinguisher must be properly tagged. 

ANY cooking operation conducted requires an exhaust hood, fire extinguisher, and the review of the Plan Examiner. Depending on the size, layout and complexity of the structure, a fire watch may be required. The total fees for the fire watch depend on the complexity of the cooking operations, which is determined after reviewing the plot plan, and by the rank of the NOFD firewatch personnel, the number of individuals required, and the amount of time they are needed.  A fire watch is coordinated by contacting the Detail Coordinator at NOFD. If the tent is obtained (gifted or otherwise) from the Sheriff’s office, it still needs to go through the NOFD permit process and the Safety and Permits process if the size of the tent/canopy/temporary membrane structure falls within the guidelines below.

 

Restrictions

The only tent that does not require a permit is one used for recreational camping purposes.

Fees

  • Fees are determined by square footage and necessity of fire watch. Click here for more fire watch information. Fire watch fees are to be determined by the Plan Examiner
  • Please refer to the fee schedule for permit fees
  • In addition to the fire watch and permit fee, there is a 10% (of the total cost of the firewatch) administrative fee payable to the city

Required documents/steps

 

Completely fill out all applications and collect all documents listed below. Then, submit everything to the One Stop Shop, City Hall, 7th floor, 1300 Perdido St., New Orleans 70112

  • ALL TENTS, CANOPIES AND STRUCTURES REQUIRE:

    • Complete the Master Event Application, plus:
    • Supplement E - Tents
    • Submit a Certificate of Flame Resistance/Retardant for tent fabric. These are often included with the tent or can be obtained from the manufacturer
    • An approved minimal 2A10 BC fire extinguisher tagged and inspected by a local extinguisher company
    • Obtain a Letter from the property owner authorizing the use of the property, if the applicant is not the owner
    • Plot plan showing boundaries of the property and location and dimensions of the tent on the property with location and distance to the nearest fire hydrant, location of any cooking op­erations, and if seating will be used, the plot plan must show the seating arrangements
  • ALL TENTS, CANOPIES AND STRUCTURES OVER 100 SQUARE FEET (OR THOSE THAT HAVE LESS THAN 12 FT. CLEARANCE BETWEEEN THEM) REQUIRE (in addition to the above):
    • Designated fees, determined by the square footage of the structure and the necessity of a fire watch
    • An inspection, done the day of the event, to ensure compliance with all regulations
  • TENTS, CANOPIES AND STRUCTURES WITHIN THE INNER CITY FIRE LIMITS (SEE BELOW) OR OVER 1,200 SQUARE FEET REQUIRE (in addition to the above):
    • The applicant to go through additional approval processes in addition to following all NOFD requirements. 
    • If your event has been reviewed by the Plan Examiner and Safety and Permits, they may require you to submit drawings for Plan Review, bearing the live seal of a Louisiana Registered Architect or Civil Engineer and a signed statement certifying that the tent installation is in compliance with NFPA 102, Chapter 8
Type:
Permit
Classification:
Building/Construction, Mardi Gras, Event/Film
Category:
Location
Duration:
Temporary
Apply online?
No

A permit is required to erect a stage, reviewing stand, bracing (for balconies), a concession stand or to display a banner or projection screen/light for any purpose and is often needed along with another permits/licenses.

A permit is required to erect a stage, reviewing stand, bracing (for balconies), a concession stand or to display a banner or projection screen/light for any purpose and is often needed along with other special event permits/licenses. This ensures compliance with the building, electrical, and mechanical codes of the City. 

Required documents/steps

For stages, you will need a statement, with a live seal from a Louisiana Registered Architect or Civil Engineer stating:

  • The structure is capable of withstanding a minimum 130 PSF live load
  • The structure will provide a 42” high guardrail for public safety
  • Stairs will have risers not more than 7” high and treads not less than 11” wide
  • Stairs will have handrails not less than 34” high and not more than 38” high
  • The width of landings will not be less than the width of the stairways/ramps they serve
  • Submit all to the One Stop Shop, City Hall, 7th floor, 1300 Perdido St., New Orleans 70112

Issuing agency

Safety and Permits

You may also need

User guides

Other

Type:
Permit
Classification:
Business, Event/Film
Category:
Location
Apply online?
No

A permit is required to have a searchlight, spotlight or outdoor projection screen in the City of New Orleans.

A permit is required to have a searchlight, spotlight or outdoor projection screen in the City of New Orleans. Depending on the type of event, you may need other special event permits.

Fees

  • $25

Required documents/steps

  • Complete and submit the Building Permit Form along with all supporting documents 
  • Letters from property owners giving permission for property use for the permit purpose (permission must be given both by owner of the location where the light will be set up and any building it will be projecting on
  • Plot plan showing boundaries of the property and location and dimensions of the source of light and building it will projected on with location and distance to the nearest fire hydrant

Issuing agency

Safety and Permits

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User guides

 
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