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The Central Broward Regional Park (CBRP) has its own permit and permitting process. Before filing for a Special Event Permit application with the City of Lauderhill, applicants must first attain a letter from the County confirming the date for the proposed Special Event is available and being held. The Central Broward Regional Park Conditions:

  1. It shall be unlawful to hold a one-time outdoor live entertainment event expected to attract more than 500 persons unless a City of Lauderhill special event permit is obtained before the day of the event.
  2. It shall be unlawful to hold a “repeatable” outdoor live entertainment event expected to attract more than 500 persons unless the City grants special exception use approval at least 30 days before the event and a City special event permit is obtained before the day of the event.
  3. At least 90 days before the day of each outdoor live entertainment event, the applicant shall file with the City Special Event Coordinator a complete special event permit application. The City Manager may approve, approve with conditions or deny the application consistent with the City’s special event permit application policies and procedures. The City may amend the application and its policies and procedures. The requirement that a special event permit application be filed at least 90 days before the day of the event may be waived upon an appropriate good cause demonstration. The City Manager may approve, approve with conditions or deny such waiver.
  4. The standard days and hours of operation for an outdoor live entertainment event on Sunday through Thursday is from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
  5. The standard days and hours of operation for an outdoor live entertainment event on Friday, Saturday and City recognized holidays is from 8:30 a.m. to midnight.
  6. The standard days and hours of operation may be waived if the special event permit application demonstrates good cause for waiving such standards. The City Manager may approve, approve with conditions or deny such waiver.
  7. The special event permit application shall identify a sound monitor, a person or persons empowered to monitor and, where necessary, reduce outdoor live entertainment sound volumes consistent with the City’s Noise Ordinance. The sound monitor must be present at all times when outdoor live entertainment is occurring.
  8. Consistent with the Code of Ordinances, sound levels at the residential property line and on abutting commercial properties shall not exceed 55 decibels.
  9. The Police Chief or designee may revoke the special event permit for an outdoor live entertainment event if the sound monitor is not present or, if after two verbal warnings to the sound monitor, sound volumes are not reduced to volumes consistent with the City’s Noise Ordinance.
  10. The special event permit application shall identify, among other things, the estimated daily number of vehicular trips, the estimated hourly and peak period number of vehicular trips, and the estimated daily number of trips by other transportation modes (e.g. bus, bicycle and pedestrian)
  11. All gated vehicular and pedestrian paths restricting cross-access with abutting properties shall be opened at least 30 minutes before the event and shall remain opened until 30 minutes after the event. The gated paths include the accessways to: McDonald’s; the southerly extension of NW 38th Avenue; the Georgetown Townhouse development; the bridge to West Ken Lark Park; and the Swap Shop.
  12. The special event permit application shall identify, among other things, the estimated average number of parking spaces required hourly, the estimated peak number of parking spaces required and the peak times, and a parking availability strategy if the required number of parking spaces exceeds the available number of parking spaces.
  13. The City may require as a condition of special event permit approval that parking attendants be provided for the event.
  14. Each outdoor live entertainment special event permit application may be accompanied by a performance bond assuring that after the event is concluded, the surrounding land uses are free of litter. The bond will be returned within 10 working days of the event if litter clean-up is not necessary; otherwise, the bond will be used to remove the litter.
  15. The special event permit application shall include information identifying the required and provided utilities and public services, including fire, rescue, and police services. The application also shall include a conceptual site plan showing the location of park and event facilities.
  16. The City of Lauderhill Fire-Rescue Department and Police Department shall be provided the first opportunity to provide the required public services.
  17. This special event permit shall automatically expire and become null and void if the use shall cease to operate. This event permit cannot be assigned, subleased, or transferred.
  18. The issuance of a SEA does not grant any special privileges or right to not adhere to all laws and ordinances.
  19. If it is determined upon a visual inspection before or during the event that the event is unsafe, the City reserves the right to revoke the Special Event Application or suspend the event until the situation is corrected at the cost of the applicant.