Special Events Checklist

  • Prepare an application form with the following details:
    • Highway name(s), between specific locations on the highway
    • Dates for event
    • Time of event, from starting hour to finishing hour
  • Provide a letter indicating the scope and nature of the event, including the type and number of participants (cyclists, pedestrians, runners, youth group, etc.)
  • Include a traffic management plan. See Traffic Control for more details on working in traffic.
  • Specify any animals you propose to have involved and their experience in traffic, if relevant.
  • Give the number of escort vehicles and how you propose to use them.
  • Specify if it is a fundraising event.
  • List which municipalities and agencies are affected, if applicable (e.g. RCMP, St. John Ambulance).

  • Specify your parking requirements, such as the number of vehicles requiring parking.

More information about special events is available at the Special Events website.

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This guide is a living document; it is subject to change without notice. Please check the Rural Subdivisions Website (http://www.th.gov.bc.ca/permits/Subdibision_Home.asp) to make sure you version is sufficiently current.