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*If yes, additional fees from the Holland Civic Center Place may apply.
*If yes, additional fees from the Holland Civic Center Place will apply.
Choose one of the 5 pre-selected routes around the City. These are all 5K in distance, have parks or schools that are on the routes for start and finish lines, and are the most economical in price. The fee for these pre-selected routes is $45.00 an hour per officer, minimum of 2 hours. If the run or walk occurs on a holiday, the fee is $67.50 an hour per officer, minimum of 2 hours.
For a custom route, the fee is $67.50 an hour per officer, minimum of 2 hours, and if it is on a holiday, the fee is $101.25 an hour per officer, minimum of 2 hours. For City of Holland Department events, contact Sgt. Jon Boeve for pricing: email@example.com or 616-355-1737.
All events/runs seeking to utilize Route 5 or other use of Windmill Island Gardens (including the causeway/parking lot) must receive approval of their plan from Windmill Island Gardens staff before submitting an application. As a self-supporting park with paid admission and frequent special events, use of the park (including causeway) may be considered a rental of the facility and subject to relevant fees. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*If yes, complete the Use of Sound Device Permit section below.
All conditions or requirements pertaining to this event will be attached to the approved application. If you have any questions regarding the conditions or the responsibility of the Public Safety Department, please contact Sgt. Jon Boeve, email@example.com or 616-355-1737.
Section 19-6 of the City Ordinance requires that a permit must be obtained for all events that will operate a loud-speaking device for outside events that occur within the City of Holland. When this application is approved and signed by the Chief of Public Safety and City Manager, it serves as the permit for the event.
(Parades, Runs, Walks, and Other uses of public rights-of-way, including sidewalks and parking lots)
All Parades conducted in the City require a permit, in accordance with City Ordinance No. 1393, Sec. 18-20. A Permit will be granted upon approval by the Chief of Public Safety and the City Clerk, and after payment of Parade Permit Fee, as established by resolution of City Council.
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