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Contact the Reservations Office of your desired facility to determine dates of availability. Once the dates have been determined and cleared, the permit can be applied for by contacting Film LA Inc. County Use Fees cover general areas of the parks, such as open areas.
Parks Permits. Make it official! By submitting a permit application, you alert the Parks Department to your needs and gain access to some of the best facilities, professionals, and resources in the world.
Apply in Person There is a $25 non-refundable processing fee for all Special Events permits. Checks or money orders should be made payable to City of New York Parks and Recreation.
If the yoga session is free, then you probably don't have to worry. However, if you're charging clients for the yoga session, you may need a permit to teach yoga in a public park.
Street or Park Street performers usually do not need a permit. However, a permit is required if you: Use a sound device such as a loud speaker, megaphone, or stereo. Perform in or next to a park.
All special events permits require a $25.00 nonrefundable administrative processing fee, and permits require at least 30 days for processing. You may apply online or obtain a paper copy in person at one of our borough permit offices. To learn about barbecuing in parks, please visit our Designated Barbecuing Areas page.
Picnic in Central Park Q: Do I need a permit to hold a party in the park if there are more than twenty people? A: Yes, any event with more than twenty people requires a permit from the Parks Department. You can also request a permit to reserve space in a park, even if you have less than 20 people.
Visitors are welcome to take photos in Central Park using handheld equipment or a tripod, and do not need a permit. If you're bringing other equipment, want to inquire about a specific location, or have other questions, please email film@centralparknyc.org.
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