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Alcohol can be served by a licensed caterer or non-profit organization. A copy of the State issued caterer’s permit or proof of non-profit organization status and certificate of liability insurance naming the City of Blaine as an additional insured with the dates/times of the event must be provided.
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Download the application Mail your application, forms and payment to:
City of Blaine Attn: City Clerk’s Office 10801 Town Square Drive NE Blaine MN 55449
$100 license fee/$250 deposit per day If you are having an event in a park and are required to pay a deposit to the Parks & Recreation Department, this deposit will be waived. If your event is on a weekend, you will need to contact Community Standards 763-785-6187 to ensure an inspection can be completed and the cost of the inspection.
It depends on the size of the special event and when all the paperwork is turned in. The application, fees, additional required forms should all be sent at one time. Large events need City Council approval. City Council meetings are the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. The Police Department requires 30 days to complete a background investigation. Please allow ample time to process your license.
Yes. The noise ordinance must be followed and you will need to meet all the requirements of Community Standards/Fire Department.
Many large events and events with music do require a range of resident notification.
Yes, with approval/inspection from the Fire Department. Please contact Community Standards 763-785-6146.
Yes. Contact Planning 763-785-6180. Additional fees and application form.
Yes. Contact Community Standards 763-785-6146. Additional fees and application form.
If additional traffic control is needed, work with the Police Department 763-785-6135 to set up any additional Officers or outside services needed to control traffic and parking