Difference between revisions of "Special Event Permit Applications for events with alcohol"

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** Most 501(c)3 organizations can secure event insurance through their General Liability insurer at no extra cost provided the event is aligned with their charitable purpose (a fundraiser, etc.)
** Most 501(c)3 organizations can secure event insurance through their General Liability insurer at no extra cost provided the event is aligned with their charitable purpose (a fundraiser, etc.)
** A alternate resource for event insurance: http://https://www.theeventhelper.com/
** A alternate resource for event insurance: http://https://www.theeventhelper.com/
* If serving food or alcohol, you will be required to secure a one day permit from the Alameda County Department of Environmental Health: http://acgov.org/aceh/food/temp.htm
** If you are the only group serving food or alcohol, you do not need to fill out the Temporary Events Sponsor Application (you act essentially as your own sponsor)
** If other groups will be serving good or alcohol at your event, you must first fill out the Temporary Events Sponsor Application (http://acgov.org/aceh/food/TempEventSPONSOR-Application.pdf) and each vendor must submit a Temporary Events Food Booth Operator Application (http://acgov.org/aceh/food/TFF_Application_Booth.pdf)
** If you are a 501(c)3 organization you can apply for a Fee Exemption (http://acgov.org/aceh/food/AlCo-NON-PROFIT-FORM-for-TFF.pdf)

Latest revision as of 09:55, 15 November 2017

Process and required documentation for applying for a Special Event Permit with alcohol: