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Therefore, the applicant is hereby licensed ''',>�5- to sell Liquors containing more than 3.2% Alcohol by weight by the drink for consumption on premise. ti tr▪ o r; .., 1 ��,, all This License is issued subject to the Laws of the State of Colorado and especially under the provisions of F, Article 47 of Title 12, Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended. g 111 ... This License is valid for the date period of 8/30/2019 to 9/01/2019, 9 unless revoked sooner as provided by Law.t7), Li , , .� ti . i ii,_ / _ i. ' . 9 P21 O+ Town of Snowmass Village to POST IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE Liquor Licensing Administrator p ZS .ii; ii . c42.4.4L- . `5 ►i.�a`i- .i. 5 '. i. .`' .t Z `.fit ` . /` i".1 DR 8439(09/30/13) Departmental Use Only COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Application fora Special Events LIQUOR ENFORCEMENT DIVISION (303)205-2300 Permit In order to qualify for a Special Events Permit,You Must Be Nonprofit and One of the Following (See back for details.) ❑X Social ❑ Athletic ❑ Philanthropic Institution ❑ Fraternal ❑ Chartered Branch,Lodge Or Chapter ❑ Political Candidate ❑ Patriotic ❑ Of A National Organization Or Society ❑ Municipality Owning Arts Facilities ❑ Political ❑ Religious Institution LIAB Type of Special Event Applicant is Applying for: DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE 2110 X Malt,Vinous And Spirituous Liquor $25.00 Per Day Liquor Permit Number 2170 n Fermented Malt Beverage(3.2 Beer) $10.00 Per Day 1. Name of Applicant Organization or Political Candidate State Sales Tax Number(Required) Jazz Aspen Snowmass 2. Mailing Address of Organization or Political Candidate 3. Address of Place to Have Special Event (include street,city/town and ZIP) (include street,city/town and ZIP) 110 E Hallam Dr, Suite 104 Town Park, Aspen CO 81611 2000 Brush Creek Rd, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Name Date of Birth Home Address(Street,City,State,ZIP) Phone Number 4. Pres./Sec'y of Org.or Political Candidate Jim Horowitz 06/24/54 412 N Mill St,Aspen CO 81611 970-948-2738 5. Event Manager Catherine A Leonaitis 05/26/84 552 Cowen Dr, Carbondale CO 81623 970-618-5960 6. Has Applicant Organization or Political Candidate been 7. Is premises now licensed under state liquor or beer code? Issued a Special Event Permit this Calendar Year? X NO n YES HOW MANY DAYS? ZX NO n YES TO WHOM? 8. Does the Applicant Have Possession or Written Permission for the Use of The Premises to be Licensed? ❑Yes ❑No List Below the Exact Date(s)for Which Application is Being Made for Permit Date 08/30/19 Date 08/31/19 Date 09/01/19 Date Date Hours From 9 a.m. Hours From 9 a.m. Hours From 9 a.m. Hours From m Hours From .m. To 11:59p.m. To 11:59D .m. To 11:59D.m. To .m. To .m. Oath of Applicant I declare under penalty of perjury in the second degree that I have read the foregoing application and all attachments thereto,and that all information therein is true,correct,and complete to the best of my knowledge. Signature / Title Date `,� y Director of Operations 05/14/19 Report and Approval of Local Licensing Authority(City or County) The foregoing application has been examined and the premises,business conducted and character of the applicant is satisfactory, and we do report that such permit, if granted,will comply with the provisions of Title 12,Article 48,C.R.S.,as amended. THEREFORE,THIS APPLICATION IS APPROVED. Local Licensing Authori City or County), l Ur/( Q City Telephone Number of City/County Clerk -7S13 �S/J(�[-�J�A,.�� i 6 ❑ County q70 9,-).3 r / 7 "7 9e 7)'1CLe, &))69)NJ —76(4), -) DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE -FOR DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE USE ONLY Liability Information License Account Number Liability Date State Total -750(999) $ • (Instructions on Reverse Side) Application Information and Checklist The following supporting documents must be attached to this application for a permit to be issued: Appropriate fee. Diagram of the area to be licensed(not larger that 8 1/2"X 11"reflecting bars,walls,partitions,ingress,egress and dimensions. Note: If the event is to be held outside,please submit evidence of intended control,i.e.,fencing,ropes,barriers,etc. Copy of deed,lease,or written permission of owner for use of the premises. 1 Certificate of good corporate standing(NONPROFIT)issued by Secretary of State within last two years;or If not incorporated,a NONPROFIT charter;or If a political Candidate,attach copies of reports and statements that were filed with the Secretary of State. Application must first be submitted to the local licensing authority(city or county)at least thirty(30)days prior to the event. The premises to be licensed must be posted at least ten(10)days before a hearing can be held.(12-48-106 C.R.S.) An approved application must be received by the liquor enforcement division at least ten(10)days prior to the event. i Check payable to the Colorado Department Of Revenue (12-48-102 C.R.S.) A Special Event Permit issued under this article may be issued to an organization, whether or not presently licensed under Articles 46 and 47 of this title,which has been incorporated under the laws of this state for the purpose of a social, fraternal, patriotic, political or athletic nature, and not for pecuniary gain or which is a regularly chartered branch, lodge or chapter of a national organization or society organized for such purposes and being non profit in nature, or which is a regularly established religious or philanthropic institution, and to any political candidate who has filed the necessary reports and statements with the Secretary of State pursuant to Article 45 of Title 1, C.R.S. A Special Event permit may be issued to any municipality owning arts facilities at which productions or performances of an artistic or cultural nature are presented for use at such facilities. If an event is cancelled, the application fees and the day(s) are forfeited. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO CERTIFICATE OF FACT OF GOOD STANDING I,Jena Griswold, as the Secretary of State of the State of Colorado, hereby certify that,according to the records of this office, JAZZ AT ASPEN-SNOWMASS is a Nonprofit Corporation formed or registered on 11/03/1992 under the law of Colorado, has complied with all applicable requirements of this office, and is in good standing with this office. This entity has been assigned entity identification number 19921105906 . This certificate reflects facts established or disclosed by documents delivered to this office on paper through 05/06/2019 that have been posted, and by documents delivered to this office electronically through 05/07/2019 @ 10:41:37 . I have affixed hereto the Great Seal of the State of Colorado and duly generated, executed, and issued this official certificate at Denver, Colorado on 05/07/2019 @ 10:41:37 in accordance with applicable law. This certificate is assigned Confirmation Number 11558627 . ,; /,��� S1t te`/ 44,120 jvM1216 / j-M19-5/jAACL-042/06 rF Slyg NVQ txsti /876 -'� Secretary of State of the State of Colorado *********************************************End of Certificate******************************************* Notice: A certificate issued electronically from the Colorado Secretary of State's Web site is fully and immediately valid and effective. However, as an option, the issuance and validity of a certificate obtained electronically may be established by visiting the Validate a Certificate page of the Secretary of State's Web site, http://www.sos.state.co.us/biz/CertifcateSearchCriteria.do entering the certificate's confirmation number displayed on the certificate,and following the instructions displayed. Confirming the issuance of a certificate is merely optional and is not necessary to the valid and effective issuance of a certificate. 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Date: 05-16-19 Date: May 16, 2019 File: < JAS 05-16-19.DWG > From: John Tangen jtangen@jazzaspensnowmass.org Subject: RN:TOSV Liquor Permit Purchase Information Date: July 2,2019 at 1:40 PM To: Cat Leonaitis(cat.leonaitis@gmail.com) catleonaitis@gmail.com From:noreply@mpnotify.com<noreply@mpnotify.com> Sent:Tuesday,July 2,2019 1:34 PM To:John Tangen<jtangen@jazzaspensnowmass.org> Subject:Purchase Information Hello Jazz, Thank you for making a purchase.Here are the details of your purchase: Check Transaction Summary Payment Item Reference ID Amount NPS Convenience Fee $1.50 Accounts Receivable 123 $175.00 Total: $176.50 Town of Snowmass Village 130 Kearns Road-Snowmass Village,CO 81615 970-923-3796 Accounts Receivable $175.00 Total $175.00 MuniciPay'Service Fee Town of Snowmass Village 511 Congress Street,Suite 503-Portland,ME 04101 (877)590-5097 Convenience Fee $1.50 Total $1.50 winmail.dat SPECIAL EVENT SUMMARY - Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience - 08/30/2019 Event Name: Jazz Aspen Export Contact List Snowmass Applicant Contact: Cat Leonaitis; (970) 618-5960 Labor Day cat@squirrelhatchet.com Experience Secondary Applicant Contact: cat.leonaitis@gmail.com Company: Squirrel Parking and Transportation Cat Leonaitis; (970) 618-5960 Hatchet Contact: cat@squirrelhatchet.com Productions Security Contact: Cat Leonaitis; (970) 618-5960 Event Location(s): Town Park cat@squirrelhatchet.com Dates: 08/30/2019, Medical Contact: Cat Leonaitis; (970) 618-5960 Jazz Aspen cat@squirrelhatchet.com Snowmass Labor Day Wildlife Compliance Contact: Cat Leonaitis; (970) 618-5960 Experience cat@squirrelhatchet.com 08/31/2019, Sanitation Manager: Cat Leonaitis; (970) 618-5960 Jazz Aspen cat@squirrelhatchet.com Snowmass Labor Day Experience 09/01/2019, Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience Estimated#Per Day: 10000 Alcohol? Yes Amplified music or sound? Yes Food? Yes Social Media: None at this time Event Summary: The 2019 JAS Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Festival continues a 3-day format Friday August 30,thru Sunday Sept 1. The event takes place on the Town Park softball and soccer fields, Brush Creek Rd and the Town Park Lot and Rodeo Lots. Parks Management Plan Events that take place on Town parks or in Town facilities are required to submit a parks management plan, which asks for specific information to help us reserve the facility, coordinate with other events, and manage our assets for the best use. If you have questions on need help developing your plan,please contact us at the information below: Parks, Recreation & Trails Town of Snowmass Village Phone: 970-922-2240 Email: smchmahon@tosv.com Town Parks Management Plan Application Details: Town Parks Management Plan Please specify the following details for Please see attached timeline. your event: Tents and fence in the soccer field will be •Set up and take down timelines, secured with water barrels and concrete including what and when will be barriers. Tents and fencing in the softball unloaded/loaded. Please keep in field will be staked. mind the time event structures left on the grass should be limited as much Public portable restrooms will be placed on as possible. Vehicles are not allowed Brush Creek Road on Thursday evening. to drive on fields. Restrooms on the soccer field will be placed on Thursday. Some restrooms will •Please specify when, if at all, you be placed in staff and specialty areas in the would like for the irrigation to be days leading up to the festival. shut off(maximum of 5 days) Access to the Recreation Center will be •Please specify how tents and maintained throughout the festival fencing, if any,will be anchored and weekend. Rec center parking spaces will secured. Water barrels and footed be maintained during rec center hours. fencing are suggested, as stakes are not allowed to be driven into fields. The festival will need access to water for 2 new water stations to provide potable •Where will portable restrooms be water to festival patrons. located?Portable restrooms will not be permitted on grass fields and must be located on concrete or asphalt REQUEST THREAD: parking lot. They must also be removed no later than 24 hours after the conclusion of the event, and may 07/09/2019 11:15; ; kmartens@tosv.com not be placed any earlier than 24 We only have potable water at soccer field hours before the event. irrigation shed. We have a no stake policy on soccer and softball field. We would also •Access to the Recreation Center is prefer Jazz to purchase and lay down wood not included with Park Rental, and chips themselves. We would like to have a the designated parking spaces in meeting regarding the sod on the infield front of the Rec Center must be before the intsallation. reserved for Rec Center guests. Please specify how you will manage the reserved parking spaces. •Are animals a part of your event?No pets are allowed in Town parks during events. •Will your event require access to Town water or electricity? Town Park has only one access point to water and electricity, and use must be approved prior to the event. Town Trails Management Plan: Application Details: Town Trails Management Plan: Please specify the following details for The section of the bike path that crosses your event: the festival site will be detoured for the days of the festival with direction from SM •Please list the trails/paths your Police Department and parks staff. event would like to use. Please keep in mind that only the use of existing trails will be allowed for events, and no temporary trails may be constructed. Also, the Town does not close or reserve trails for events. •Please provide alternate routes for your event in case of wet weather. •Will vehicles be required on trails for set-up or during the event? The use of motorized vehicles for trail events and trail event set-up, including e-bikes, must be approved by the Town. •Please specify where trail signage and temporary notice signs will be located. Temporary trail notice signs must be posted at least 1 week prior to the event. All trails should be cleaned of all trash and temporary signs no later than 24 hours after the event. •Will there be aid stations located along the trails? Please specify where and how many. Permit Application Fee A permit application fee of$100 is due with your special event application. This helps us cover some of our administrative costs in processing and reviewing applications, such as web maintenance and hosting fees. Pay Online Please upload your receipt to confirm payment has been received. Town Manager's Office Phone: 970-922-2275 Email: telliott@tosv.com Special Event Permit Fee: Application Details: see attached Permit Fees must be paid before your Special Event permit can be issued. •AMOUNT DUE: $100 Pay Online Please upload your receipt to confirm payment has been received. Insurance Requirements Liability insurance coverage must be provided for Special Events. If your event includes alcohol, liquor liability coverage must also be included. Commercial general liability insurance is required in the following minimum amounts: •Town of Snowmass Village - $1,000,000 Please upload your insurance certificate with TOSV named as an additional insured below for approval. Town Manager's Office: Phone: 970-922-2275 Email: telliott@tosv.com Insurance Certificate Application Details: see attached At least one week prior to the event, a certificate of insurance must be submitted to the the Town. The certificate shall name the jurisdiction as an additional insured (for example: "Town of Snowmass Village, its officers, employees and agents"). Coverage must be maintained for the duration of the event including set up and dismantle dates. Indemnification Application Details: see attached Events must indemnify the Town from any claims and liability resulting from the event. Please complete the indemnification form and upload the completed version. The TOSV Indemnification Form is available by following the link below. Please complete the form and upload it to your application. • Indemnification Form Sales Tax and Business License If your event plans on collecting money, or vendors intend to sell merchandise at your event, A Town temporary business license and sales tax form needs to be obtained from the Town Clerk. Please upload your completed business license below, and have any event vendors apply for a Vendor's License. Please contact the Town Clerk for assistance with applying for a Town Business License. Town Clerk: Phone: 970-923-3337 Email: rcoxon@tosv.com Combined Special Events Sales Tax and Business License If your event sells any products or goods (excludes merchandise give-aways), you will need to obtain a business license. In addition, any vendors at your event that plan to sell products will need to apply for a business license. The online application is available below. Please upload your final business license and a list of vendors you anticipate will be selling goods at your event with their contact information. This will help us keep track of vendors that have applied, and follow up with vendors that have not. Apply for a Town Business License and Pay Fees Online •Apply Online Vendor license $15 State Sales Tax All vendors will also need to pay state sales tax and have the appropriate State sales tax license. •Visit the State Sales Tax Page to learn more. Site Plan / Event Schedule Your Site Plan gives us a chance to see the layout of your event and plan details. Please provide an accurate detailed drawing or map that includes,but is not limited to, the elements listed below: Please contact the Town of Snowmass Village Police Department for assistance with your site plan. Police Department Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: Police@tosv.com Event Schedule Application Details: please see attached In order for us to better understand your proposed event, please provide a detailed outline of your event's schedule/agenda. For example,please provide times of when set up will begin,when the gates open, when the activities begin and end, and when clean up will occur, as shown below with a hypothetical racing event. Example Event Agenda: Friday Month,Day,Year 3 p.m. -Load in and set up of tents in Racer Village venue(see site plan map) begins Saturday, Month,Day,Year 8 a.m. -Volunteers arrive to staging and race course set up begins 11 a.m. - Racer Village opens to participants and spectators 11 a.m. - Course marshals take positions to warn public trail users 12 noon- Race begins 5 p.m. - Race course sweep; last participants expected to finish. 7 p.m. - Concert in Racer Village begins 9:30 p.m. - Concert ends/clean up begins 11 p.m. - Clean up and trash sweep complete Sunday, Month,Day,Year 8 a.m. -Take down of venue and load out 12 noon- Clean up and final sweep complete You can also upload a schedule (.pdf only). Simply upload your schedule and type "see attached" in the text box provided. Site Boundaries Application Details: please see attached for boundary and fence Visit TOSV GIS & Mapping for help line as well as road closure. generating a map of your venue. All tents in the soccer field will be •Verify that you own, lease, or have weighted. Tents in the baseball field will permission to use the site. If the site be staked. is not entirely on Town property, and is not owned or leased by the applicant,you will need to upload a letter of permission from the property owner. •Delineate the boundary for the entire event venue, including the names of all streets or areas that are part of the venue and surrounding area. •Please depict the major areas of activity, any queuing lines,parking areas, and points of ingress/egress to your event. •If the event involves a moving route of any kind, show the particular route(s), indicate the direction of travel, label street and/or trail names and identify any street or lane closures. •Locate fencing,barriers and/or barricades,points of ingress and egress and any queuing lines. Advertising signs, banners, flags and inflatables, including size. Show any removable fencing for emergency access. •Please specify how tents and fences will be secured to the ground. Stakes are prohibited on Town parks and fields, and it is recommended that weights and/or water barrels are used instead. Site Improvements & Application Details: Construction Plan Please see attached schedule for the build and strike timelines. Placement of Please describe your construction plans, generators etc can be found on the site including load in and strike dates and map. times. Please note that construction noise is only permitted in the Town Monday- Saturday 7am- 6pm. Please locate or REQUEST THREAD: depict the following site elements on your site plan, if applicable: 06/10/2019 06:33; ; kmartens@tosv.com •Locate all stages,platforms, No sod staples please, and sod should be scaffolding, ramps, grandstands, rolled up and hand loaded into a bucket or bleachers, chairs,tents, canopies, on a pallet. Do not use skidsteer or forklift L, L, to dig sod up. Plywood or plastic runners 000tns anu otner temporary will be used for all trucks and fork lifts on structures. grass surfaces. Please move roped isles •Locate the placement of generators, every day, to prevent killing of the grass. electricity sources, amplified speakers, soundboards,jumbo-tron screens and lighting. •Locate areas for RVs, buses,trailers, vans, tech trucks or other vehicles. •Identify any race courses, including start and finish areas. ADA Accessibility Application Details: ADA All temporary venues, related structures, Jazz Aspen is again working with See the and outdoor sites for special events shall be Show to coordinate festival accessibility. accessible to persons with disabilities. If a ADA parking is available in the Town Park portion of the area cannot be made Lot until the lot is full. Patrons with accessible, an alternate area shall be mobility needs can check in at the provided with the same activities that are information booth to request assistance. All in the inaccessible area. It cannot, however, elevated structures are accessible by ramp be offered only to patrons with disabilities. and the ADA viewing platform was expanded in 2018. Access to the ADA Disability access may include parking, platform is managed by See the Show staff. restrooms, clear paths of travel, Interpreters for the visually impaired will transportation, signage, accessible vendors be available on the main stage. and booths. If all areas are not accessible a map or program must be provided to attendees indicating the accessible restrooms,parking, telephones, drinking fountains, etc. Social Media Plan Nearly 100,000 people 'like' Snowmass on Facebook, and another 5,000 follow on Twitter. If you provide your event's social media information below, we'll be sure to help spread the word. Town Manager's Office: Phone: 970-922-2275 Email: telliott@tosv.com Please provide links to your event's social Application Details: media pages and any hashtags you will be coordination is already in place. thank you! promoting. Pages will be linked with your o ,an4 ons avi11 ha ncu� to rnnr�innfn V 1.d11L, alit/ VV 111 VV IA. U LV l�VV1LL1110.LV communications. •Links to Social Media Event Pages •Event Hashtags ®®®0 Marketing Plan We partner with local event producers to ensure your event is as successful as possible. If you would like assistance in marketing your event,please provide the key information listed below. Town Manager's Office: Phone: 970-922-2275 Email: telliott@tosv.com Marketing Application Details: coordination is already in place. thank you! Can we help promote your event? •Please share your core messages and marketing strategies •Please upload any pictures, logos, and promotional fliers that you would like for us to share. •Include any hashtags or social media pages associated with your event in your Social Media Plan. (next). Public Notification Proper notification to the neighbors of your event can make a significant difference in how it is received, and if your event is welcome to return for future events. Staff will assist you in identifying neighborhoods with GIS. Once your notification is complete with the information listed below,please upload it to your Public Notification Plan for approval. Town Manager's Office Phone: 970-922-2275 Email: telliott@tosv.com Public Notification Application Details: Public Notification Please describe how you will notify the Please describe how you will notify the general public about event impacts, general public about event impacts, including any road closures, trail closures, including any road closures, trail closures, amplified music, etc. amplified music, etc. As JAS has been at the same site for many years the public is generally aware of the impacts and noise. We will use newspaper ads for general event info. Two LED message boards will be used on Highway 82 to message event parking. Coroplast signage will go up on August 29 for festival directions and traffic control signage and personnel will be in place on August 30. Neighborhood notices will be done at the request of TOSV. Neighbor Notification Application Details: please let us know if any specific neighborhoods need notices this year. Major events will need to notify neighbors in the vicinity of the event. A notification template is available by following the link below. You will need to include the following information about your event in this notification: •Contact information for the producers of the event •Must provide a cell phone •Must include a secondary contact •Date(s) •Time and duration • Size of the event/Anticipated attendance •A brief description of the event and what will be taking place •Any anticipated impacts to the neighbors (e.g. amplified noise, limited parking, increased traffic, etc.) •Other relevant information Neighbor Notification Template Tent or Temporary Structure Permit Application Tents and Temporary Structures require a permit from the Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority. A permit can be obtained by providing the information listed below for the Fire Marshal's review. Please contact the Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority for assistance with your Tent Permit Application: Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Phone: 970-923-2212 Website: Roaringforkfire.org Tent Permit Application Details: see attached. Check will be sent to RFFRA Tent Permits are issued through the from JAS office. Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District when Tent, temporary, or membrane structures are constructed and are larger than 120 square feet. •Complete the SWFPD Application Form •Will the tent be heated? •If yes,please describe the fuel source Tent Site Plan Application Details: see attached •Please provide a site plan of the tent's location within the event venue •Please provide a plan view of the tent(s). Plan views of the tent should include the following details: •Use of electrical wiring or gas appliances •Tent dimensions and specifications. •Occupant Load •Tent entrances, exits, emergency exits. •Fire extinguishers, locations, and type of extinguishers available. •Other equipment to be stored within the tent. Sanitation Plan Your sanitation plan will involve the coordination of multiple agencies,listed below: Pitkin County Environmental Health Phone: 970-920-5070 Email: ehnr@pitkincounty.com Town of Snowmass Village- Solid Waste Phone: 970-923-5110 Town of Snowmass Village-Animal Services Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: animal@tosv.com Please provide the contact information for Sanitation Manager: (set to use the primary your sanitation manager. contact info) ) Cat Leonaitis, (970) 618-5960, cat@squirrelhatchet.com Solid Waste: Application Details: CLEAN-UP/SANITATION Please describe your solid waste plan, The festival will utilize trash/recycle including the following information: centers to place around concert site. The festival will provide a clean-up crew to •Are you contracting with anyone to remove trash throughout the day, and provide sanitation services for the "Bear-proof'dumpsters for backstage and cleanup and removal of recyclable catering areas. We have replaced the on goods, waste, and garbage during and site dumpsters for show days with after your event?If so,please upload trash/recycle trucks to help clear the site. your service provider agreement. The Town provides hauling services, Each trash station will offer a trash bin and and you can schedule dumpster drop recycling bin. At the end of each night, off and pick-ups by calling us at staff will focus on recycling when cleaning 970-923-5110 the site. Mountain Waste has shifted to •How many waste stations do you more staff working shifts to more anticipate will be placed throughout efficiently clean the site. the venue? •Who will be responsible for We are working with Mountain Waste to collecting waste and emptying bins continue to push a new sustainability into the dump site dumpster? program. We have instituted a recycling •How will you ensure waste and compost program. We were able to receptacles are emptied as they reach 88% diversion at the Labor Day become full and at the end of the Experience in 2018. day's activities? •Describe your strategies to prevent WALK-THRU WITH WILDLIFE the feeding of Wildlife. CONTROL WILL BE EXECUTED Please note that refuse containers must DAILY AT A TIME TO BE SET. VENUE comply with Town of Snowmass Village GROUNDS INCLUDING ALL Municipal Code concerning the protection PARKING AREAS WILL BE SWEPT of wildlife. NIGHTLY. Waste receptacles are to be placed throughout the event area including all exit points. Bins must be emptied when full. Solid waste that is collected including trash,recycling, and compost must be deposited into Wildlife Resistant Refuse Containers* or deposited into a dumpster that is removed to an appropriate disposal site at the end of each evening's activities. Outdoor special event sites must be cleaned often and kept free from the accumulation of refuse edible by wildlife. *Definition: Wildlife Resistant Refuse Container means a fully enclosed metal container with a metal lid. The lid must have a latching mechanism, which prevents access to the contents by wildlife. Wildlife Resistant Refuse Containers must be approved by the Chief of Police and Public Works Director. Green Events: Application Details: All vendors are required to use •Will recycling and/or composting be compostable or recyclable servingwear and available for your event guests? "tri stations"of trash/compost/recycling •Will vendors be using materials that will be available throughout the site. are reusable, recyclable, and/or compostable? Sustainability and the environment are core values for the Town of Snowmass Village, and we encourage event producers to partner with us in minimizing impacts to the environment. To assist you, The Environmental Advisory Board and Town staff have put together a Green Events Guide. This guide is a great overview of why going green matters and what works for events of all sizes. Using the Green Events Guide,please describe your plans to make your event environmentally friendly. Portable Restrooms: Application Details: TOILETS Please describe your restroom plan, and The equivalent of 120 regular access (+up how many stations will be available to 15 ancillary units outside of the site) during your event. including 4+handicap toilets will be provided on the festival grounds for the The Environmental Health Department general public and serviced daily(based on recommend two (2) chemical or portable capacity increase adjustment). We are toilets for the first 100 attendees and one utilizing two (2) clusters: the main (1) for every 100 after that. This figure entrance (Brush Creek Road), and the JAS should be based upon the anticipated Village (vending area). Also,we will have maximum number of attendees at your a service truck on-site at all times event during peak time. The Environmental throughout the event ensuring service to Health Department may determine the total units when needed as well as fresh supplies number of required restroom facilities on a when needed. The patron area has 6 "vip" case-by-case basis. Please make sure these toilet trailer units. facilities are shown on your site plan. You are required to provide portable restroom facilities at your event unless you can substantiate the sufficient availability of both ADA-accessible and non-accessible facilities in the immediate area of the event site that will be available to the public during your event. Potable Water: Application Details: Potable Water: We are excited to implement new water Please describe your potable water plan, stations this year. We have contracted stations and supplies that will be Event Water Solutions to provide two available at your event. filling stations, one in the vendor village and one on the way into the main field. Colorado Group Gathering Law says "where water is not available under pressure and non-water carriage toilets are used, at least 3 gallons of water per person per day shall be provided for drinking and lavatory purposes." Wildlife Protection The Town of Snowmass Village is situated in a vibrant Wildlife Habitat, and Town ordinances are in place to avoid conflicts and protect wildlife. Your wildlife protection plan will help ensure you meet these requirements. A pre-event meeting with the Sanitation Manager is required for all outdoor events involving food or food products. Please contact Animal Services for assistance with your wildlife protection plan, and to schedule a pre-event meeting. Animal Services Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: Animal@tosv.com Please provide the Wildlife Compliance Wildlife Compliance Contact: (set to use Contact information for onsite the primary contact info) management. Cat Leonaitis, (970) 618-5960, cat@squirrelhatchet.com Wildlife Protection Plan Application Details: Proper Sanitation and Disposal of Solid Proper Sanitation and Disposal of Solid Waste, food products, and other items that Waste, food products, and other items may attract wildlife is a required part of that may attract wildlife is a required part your event plan. of your event plan. Throughout the duration of your event and Throughout the duration of your event and immediately upon conclusion of the event, immediately upon conclusion of the event, the area must be returned to a clean the area must be returned to a clean condition. Proper storage and daily pickup condition. Proper storage and daily pickup of waste is required due to the wildlife of waste is required due to the wildlife activities in the community and activities in the community and surrounding wilderness. surrounding wilderness. Please indicate where and how offsite transport of solid waste/recycling is being •Please indicate where and how handled. —Waste generated at the site will offsite transport of solid be collected in rear-load trucks, one for waste/recycling is being handled. Organics, one for recycle, and one for •Please describe how you will store trash,the waste generated will be delivered food, grease fryers, waste, and other to Pitkin County Landfill. wildlife attractants before, during, Please describe how you will store food, and after the event. grease fryers, waste, and other wildlife •Please describe any additional attractants before, during, and after the mitigation measures. event.—Waste in all forms will be collected in rear-load trucks,which are bear-proof, the waste will be removed as Wildlife Protection Checklist expeditiously as possible during event hours by a team of janitorial staff, after the In order to comply with our wildlife event, waste will be collected and removed from all areas, the janitorial team will protection ordinance, it is recommended utilize a variety of collection methods to that your event has some of the following ensure that the field is completely clean at materials ready and available. the end of the night. (field vacuum's, leaf Solid Waste blowers,rakes and by hand) Please describe any additional mitigation •Bear Proof Dumpsters measures. • Solid Waste collection scheduled at the end of each day's activities (open Wildlife Protection Checklist containers emptied into bear dumpsters) In order to comply with our wildlife protection ordinance, it is recommended Food Plan that your event has some of the following •Lockable box truck for storage materials ready and available. •Refrigerated truck for cold food Solid Waste storage Bear Proof Dumpsters-the waste will be •Chain and lock for refrigerators collected into rear-load collection trucks, •Shipping container for food storage •Bear proof storage boxes which are far superior to standard •Grounds clean-up, sweep crew bear-proof dumpsters. •Bleach spray bottles - for food Solid Waste collection scheduled at the end product of each day's activities (open containers •Dolly to haul leftover food items to emptied into bear dumpsters)—all areas will be clean and clear of any debris/waste storage at the end of each night, Vendor Requirements Food Plan Lockable box truck for storage Refrigerated truck for cold food storage In addition to obtaining a special event Chain and lock for refrigerators vendor license, each vendor at your event Shipping container for food storage will need to complete a wildlife ordinance Bear proof storage boxes agreement form. Please feel free to share Grounds clean-up, sweep crew—the this form with your vendors as soon as janitorial staff will be sweeping the entire possible. venue prior to gates open, during the •Special Event Vendor Wildlife course of each nights concerts and well Protection License Application beyond the close of each night, increase of staff to help mitigate any potential issues Bleach spray bottles - for food product Dolly to haul leftover food items to storage Food Permit The State of Colorado oversees food service within the Town of Snowmass Village. Please contact the State Department of Public Health & Environment for help obtaining a food service license. Department of Public Health & Environment: Troy Huffman Phone: 303-692-3639 Website: www.colorado.gov Food & Beverage Services Application Details: We will be using two contractors for food Please briefly describe your event's food on top of the food vendors available in the and beverage service plan: GA field. •What type of food and beverage will Home Team BBQ - Backstage you be serving to the public?Please Pyramid Catering- VIP provide a menu, if possible. •Is the food or beverages going to be Both are licensed in Pitkin County and will cooked and prepared? submit the necessary foodservice •Where will the food be prepared? documents independently. •How will the food be transported to the event site? •How many people do you expect to serve? •What types of facilities to prepare and clean will be available on site? (e.g. sinks,water, etc.) •What types of facilities will be used off-site? Food Service Guidelines Application Details: Food vendor list will be submitted by July All food vendors at your event must 15. comply with state food regulations. Guidelines for Food Facilities are provided by the State Department of Public Health& Environment. These guidelines should assist you in developing plans for food handling,preparation and distribution in the most responsible and legal manner. • State Retail Food Regulations List of Food Vendors Invited to Your Event Please upload a list of the vendors you expect to be serving at your event, and make sure they are aware of the guidelines below to apply for a vendor food permit. Medical Plan Medical and Emergency Service Needs of the attendees and participants are an important consideration. All day events, the service of alcohol, and event activities that pose an increased risk of injury are all reasons to provide a medical plan. As the event organizer,you should develop a medical plan that is suitable for your environment and size of your event. Please provide a written description of your medical plan by including the following information and uploading any necessary additional information. Enlisting the help of a Licensed Professional Emergency Medical Services Provider to develop your plan is strongly encouraged. Please contact the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Department for assistance. Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District Phone: 970-923-2212 Provide the Medical Contact who will be Medical Contact: (set to use the primary available to public safety officials at all contact info) times during your event. , , Cat Leonaitis, (970) 618-5960, cat@squirrelhatchet.com Medical Services Application Details: please see medical plan •If event medical services will only be summoned by dialing 911,please provide the following information: •Name(and number) of the on-site staff person designated as the medical point of contact. •If you intend to have an on-site Licensed Professional Emergency Medical Services Provider please provide the following information: •Name of Service Provider and agreement. •Contact Person. •Telephone/Cell/E-mail Aid Stations, ambulance staging areas, ambulance routes and points of ingress/egress must be shown on your Site Plan. Ambulance Coverage Application Details: 2019 Medical Schedule Please provide the following details regarding any necessary ambulance Friday,August 30 coverage: 4:00 PM Stadium Medical in Place 4:00 PM Ambulances in Place •Number of medical staff and level of 4:00 PM DOORS certification, i.e. MD,RN, 10:30 PM Medical Cut Paramedic, EMT. •Identify hours of coverage for Saturday, August 31 ambulance and staff 4:00 PM Stadium Medical in Place •Provide plan for back up services in 4:00 PM Ambulances in Place case your medical staff becomes 1:00 PM DOORS unavailable. 10:30 PM Medical Cut Aid Stations, ambulance staging areas, ambulance routes and points of Sunday, September 1 ingress/egress must be shown on your Site 4:00 PM Stadium Medical in Place Plan. 4:00 PM Ambulances in Place 1:00 PM DOORS 10:30 PM Medical Cut Alcohol Mitigation Plan The Responsible Sale and Distribution of Alcohol is critical for a safe and successful event that involves alcohol. Please provide a written description of your alcohol plan by including the information listed below. Please contact the Town of Snowmass Village Police Department for assistance with your alcohol mitigation plan. Police Department Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: Police@tosv.com Please contact the Town Clerk for information about applying for a liquor license. Town Clerk Phone: 970-923-3777 Email: rcoxon@tosv.com Alcohol Mitigation Plan Application Details: ALCOHOL &DRUG MITIGATION •If your event is going to involve the In a continuing effort to keep the safety of sale and/or distribution of alcoholic our attendees the top priority, JAS will beverages you must provide a plan continue to promote the problems including,but not limited to the associated with intoxication in our PSA following recommendations: campaign and stage announcements. •Hours of operation(include "DON'T DRIVE IMPAIRED"Vehicles dates and times) that are left in designated parking lots for •A designated, secured area for this reason will be tolerated with no fine. the dispensation and Substantial free public transportation is consumption of alcoholic provided to festival patrons. beverages is required. Show the area on your Site Plan. DETOX WILL BE LOCATED AT TOSV •Consider non-transferable ID INFO CENTER IN REC LOT AND WILL bracelets for persons 21 and HAVE A 20X20 TENT WITH over or point-of-sale ID PORT-TOILET PROVIDED BY JAS. checks.(describe operation and staffing) The venue is secured with a 6' perimeter •Use of TIPS trained servers. fence. No alcohol will be permitted past •The use of over serving the perimeter. measures including drink maximums. The festival uses 21+wristbands. An ID •Discourage Drinking& Check station will be located just inside Driving while promoting the festival gates. public transportation in the planning of your event. REQUEST THREAD: Using the recommendations listed above, 06/24/2019 06:29; Snowmass Village please describe your event's alcohol Town Clerk; rcoxon@tosv.com mitigation plan. I need the Special Events Liquor Permit filled out and uploaded please! 06/25/2019 05:46; ; cat.leonaitis@gmail.com uploaded! 07/02/2019 08:44; ; cat.leonaitis@gmail.com Receipt uploaded. Thanks! Special Event Liquor License Application Details: Application has been filed •Town of Snowmass Village Applications Liquor licenses are administered separately by the Town Clerk's Office and are required for special events wanting to serve alcohol at their event. Your final license must be uploaded to this application in order to receive your final Special Event Permit. Also, only incorporated non-profit organizations meeting the qualifications set forth in Colorado Revised Statute 12-48-102, are eligible for special event liquor permits. To obtain your special event liquor license,please upload and provide the following additional information and fees. Special Event Liquor License Checklist: •Detailed Alcohol Mitigation Plan (above) •If food is being served, upload proof of vendors license from Pitkin County Environmental Health. •Certificate of Good Standing by the Secretary of State for your non-profit entity. •Liquor liability coverage with a $1,000,000 limit must be included on your certificate of insurance. •Paid Liquor License Fees. •$100 application fee+daily fees •Daily fees = $25 for each day of event or$10 /day for 3.2 beer only licenses. •Make checks payable to TOSV, or pay online via the Town website: Pay Fees Online This information must be provided at least 45 days prior to your event. Applications submitted to the Town may also require a public hearing before the applicable review body,which will be scheduled by the Clerk. Your operational plan including the above Alcohol Mitigation Plan will be considered in the overall approval of your Liquor License. A copy of your approved license and liquor liability certification will need to be uploaded here upon approval. Alcohol & Food Service Application Details: please see map for both In addition to your Alcohol Mitigation& Food Service Plan narratives above,please identify the following components of your plan on a venue map and upload it: •Identify the placement of bar areas and/or beer gardens including security fencing and entry/exit gates. •Locate food vendors and identify those cooking with flammable gases or barbecue grills. •Show all vending booths, tech booths/trailers,work areas and/or storage. Communication Plan Effective communication between the applicant, the event organizer,participants, and event staff can be the key to a smooth operating event. Please provide the following information to ensure effective communication during your event and in the event of an emergency. Communications Application Details: We will use radios with the attached radio Please provide the following information channels. Both SWFD and SMPD will be in this plan: provided with radios to communicate with festival staff •Staff contact list with designated responsibility. •Include all phone numbers and email addresses. •If using hand held radios include radio channels. •List assigned frequencies (UHF or VHF) •Identify radio channels for each staffing group. i.e. Security=channel #2 NOTE: Be prepared to provide Law Enforcement and/or Emergency Medical Services with one of your radios. Security & Safety Plan A Safe and Secure Environment needs to be provided for your event. Developing a safety plan will help identify and ultimately reduce the risks associated with your event. Please provide a written description of your security and safety plan by including the following information and uploading any necessary additional information. Contact the Town of Snowmass Village Police and the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District for assistance with this plan. Police Department: Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: police@tosv.com Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District Phone: 970-923-2212 Provide the Security Contact who will be Security Contact: (set to use the primary available to public safety officials at all contact info) times during your event. , , Cat Leonaitis, (970) 618-5960, catnn squirrelhatchet.com Security Application Details: We will again use Citadel Security: Have you hired a professional security Brent Jagger company(bonded/insured)to plan and COO manage security for your event? Citadel Security USA Jagger@csidefend.com If Yes,please provide the following 877.639.4301 Office information: 970.314.4185 Cell http://www.csidefend.com • Security agreement • Security Organization Please see attached ERP •Contact Person •Telephone/Cell/E-mail •List number of personnel and describe their duties and/or functions. Public law enforcement services may be charged out at a rate to be determined in your agreement with the Chief of Police.The Chief of Police reserves the right to staff events as deemed necessary in the best interest of public safety. Evacuation Plan Safe and orderly egress from your event during an emergency is crucial. When developing your evacuation plan consider the following: •Conditions under which an evacuation would be necessary. •Conditions under which it may be better to shelter-in-place. •A clear chain of command and designation of the person in your business authorized to order an evacuation or shutdown. •Specific evacuation procedures, including routes and exits. •Procedures for assisting visitors and employees to evacuate,particularly those with disabilities or who do not speak English. •Designation of what, if any, employees will remain after the evacuation alarm to shut down critical operations or perform other duties before evacuating. Security and Safety Site Plan Application Details: Please see attached maps for security In addition to your Security Plan narrative, checkpoints, first aid tent, and access please identify the following components aisles. of your plan on a venue map and upload it below: We do not have any emergency shelters on site. The rec center is reserved for a triage •Show security check points and area for first responders in case of an stations emergency. •Identify placement of traffic control and security personnel •Locate first aid facilities, ambulance staging, 24'wide emergency/fire lanes and attendee access aisles. •Identify evacuation routes or shelter locations •Locate all temporary directional signage and portable night lighting. Parking, Transportation, and Traffic Control Plan Transportation and Parking Please contact the Town of Snowmass Village Transportation for assistance with the transportation /parking portion of this plan. Transportation Phone: 970-923-2543 Traffic Control Plan Please contact Public Works for assistance with the Traffic Control portion of this plan. Public Works Phone: 970-923-5110 Provide the Parking and Transportation Parking and Transportation Contact: (set to Contact who will be available to public use the primary contact info) safety officials at all times during your , , event. Cat Leonaitis, (970) 618-5960, cater squirrelhatchet.com r Transportation Plan Safe Arrival and Departure of event attendees,participants,volunteers, vendors and staff in a timely manner are very important in your permit review. Your plan should encourage the use of alternate transportation and include methods for mitigating traffic congestion. Please provide a written description of your parking&transportation plan, including the information listed below: •Will mass transportation be required to move your attendees from parking areas to your event? If so,please describe your transportation plans and if your event will require the use of the Village Shuttle. •Will your event also provide for lodge vans, limos and taxis as needed? •If egress takes place at night,please describe a lighting plan to provide adequate safety lighting. •Please provide event routes, schedules, and transportation calculations, (i.e. Egress Route#1- Event to Parking Lot) Total bus capacity x Round trips/hour= Passengers/hour x Length of egress =Total passengers/route). •Please list any transportation companies contracted with and your point of contact. Please also upload a copy of the contract. Parking Plan Adequate and Convenient Parking must be included in your event plans. To plan for adequate parking space,the Town suggests a parking ratio calculation of 2.6 people/car. •What parking lots will be utilized to support your event? •Will there be parking attendants? If so,please describe the numbers and locations. •Will parking spaces be required for vendors, booths trailers, storage and/or staging? If so,how many spaces each day? •Will the parking be free or paid?If the event will be utilizing paid parking,please provide a fee schedule. Traffic Control Plan Please help us understand the traffic control elements of your event, and how we can help you move traffic to and from the event as efficiently as possible. •Will there be need for traffic control and flagging on local roads or road and/or traffic lane closure requests? •If so, a traffic control plan prepared by a certified traffic control firm will be required and uploaded here. •A certified Traffic Control Supervisor(TCS)must be on site at all times flagging operations are taking place. All flaggers working shall be certified. Transportation, Traffic, and Parking Site Plan In addition to your Transportation, Parking, and Traffic Control Plan narratives above,please identify the following components of your plan on a venue map and upload it below: •Show the queuing zones for attendees using transit services. •Identify ADA and disabled parking areas. •Identify event parking •Identify delivery locations/loading zones •Identify proposed road closures and detours •Your map should include traffic control signage for event traffic and public traffic to insure that they interface safely. •Identify all other event signage, parking, cautionary signage, event route signage,no parking zones, etc. s- PUBLIC NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE LIQUOR LAWS OF COLORADO C.R.S. 12-48-101 et.seq. JAZZ ASPEN SNOWMASS HAS APPLIED FOR A SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT TO SERVE MALT, VINOUS AND SPIRITUOUS LIQUOR Town Soccer and Softball Field, Brush Creek Road, Snowmass Village, Colorado Friday, August 30, 9:00 a.m. - 12 midnight Saturday, August 31, 9:00 a.m. - 12 midnight Sunday, September 1, 9:00 a.m. - 12 midnight "JAS Labor Day Experience " AFFECTED PERSONS MUST FILE WRITTEN PROTEST WITHIN 10 DAYS OF THIS NOTICE TO: TOWN CLERK P.O. Box 5010 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 IF, AFTER INVESTIGATION AND REVIEW OF THE CONTENTS OF ANY PROTEST TIMELY FILED, SUFFICIENT GROUNDS APPEAR TO EXIST FOR DENIAL OF A PERMIT, A HEARING SHALL BE HELD AT LEAST 10 DAYS AFTER THE INITIAL POSTING OF THIS NOTICE AND NOTICE OF SUCH HEARING SHALL BE PROVIDED THE APPLICANT AND ANY PERSON WHO HAS FILED A PROTEST THIS PUBLIC NOTICE WAS POSTED AT THE PROPOSED LOCATION ON July 16, 2019 From: John Tangen jtangen@jazzaspensnowmass.org c$ Subject: FW:TOSV Liquor Permit Purchase Information Date: July 2,2019 at 1:40 PM To: Cat Leonaitis(cat.leonaitis@gmail.com) cat.leonaitis@gmail.com From:noreply@mpnotify.com<noreply@mpnotify.com> Sent:Tuesday,July 2,2019 1:34 PM To:John Tangen<jtangen@jazzaspensnowmass.org> Subject:Purchase Information Hello Jazz, Thank you for making a purchase.Here are the details of your purchase: Check Transaction Summary Payment Item Reference ID Amount NPS Convenience Fee $1.50 Accounts Receivable 123 $175.00 Total: $176.50 Town of Snowmass Village 130 Kearns Road-Snowmass Village,CO 81615 970-923-3796 Accounts Receivable $175.00 Total $175.00 MuniciPay`Service Fee Town of Snowmass Village 511 Congress Street,Suite 503-Portland,ME 04101 (877)590-5097 Convenience Fee $1.50 Total $1.50 winmail.dat