Special Event Application
A special event is defined as any occurrence, gathering, show, parade or exhibit which is open to the public and held either on public property or private property. Such events shall include, but are not limited to, auctions, amusements (including shows, exhibitions, contests, carnivals, concerts, sporting events, musical entertainment, theatrical performances and public dances), fireworks displays, parades and running and racing events (including marathons or racing of vehicles). Please see the Special Event Guide for more information.
DUE TO COVID-19 - we will need a copy of your plan with your special event application that will follow the CDC guidelines along with anything special you will be doing to avoid the spread of COVID for your event. If no plan is provided, your event will be denied.
The following information about the event and the permittee, at a minimum, shall be required:
Temporary Beer and/or Wine Permit for a Special Event - Click here
- Applicant's name, residence and business address for the past two years.
- The type of business which the applicant has been engaged in during the previous two years.
- The name, address, residence and business address of the person conducting or responsible for the event, if different from the applicant.
- Whether the applicant will be in continuous attendance at the proposed event. If the permittee will not be in continuous attendance, designate a person who will be, giving his or her name, address and telephone information.
- The exact time and place of the event to be conducted.
- Whether or not the applicant has, within two years prior to the application, conducted any other special event of a similar nature and, if so, specify the place and date of such special event.
- The location and/or area of the proposed place for the special event.
- The anticipated attendance at the event. The estimate should be for the maximum number of persons anticipated to be attending the event at one time.
- The name and address of the owners of the property or premises if the application is by someone other than the owner.
- Whether sanitary conveniences, such as toilets and washrooms, will be provided upon the premises for persons attending the event. A description of these provisions is required.
- A plan, if any, for policing the area during the event.
- Whether fireworks or any other form of open fire or cooking will be done on the premises.
Non-Profit Temporary Food Stand Permits
Outagamie County Public Health Division issues Non-Profit Temporary Food Stand Permits to non-profit organizations to conduct food sales for up to 3 days within a calendar year (January 1st – December 31st). Visit Outagamie County Health Department or call the Outagamie County Environmental Health Sanitarian at 920-832-5100.