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An event is an organised gathering of people brought together for entertainment, leisure, or a common purpose. Importantly, they are open to the general public and can be both ticketed and free. Activities for events will generally include food, drink, and entertainment.
In the City of Kalamunda all events must meet our requirements and guidelines to be approved. These requirements and guidelines are in place to ensure your event runs smoothly and are in code with public heath and safety standards.
Free and ticketed events are open to members of the public, groups and/or organisations.
Events where compliance with legislation is required e.g. there are temporary food stalls, temporary electrical fittings are used, temporary public buildings and marquees are erected, or temporary toilet facilities are required.
Where an event may exceed the assigned levels noted in the noise legislation.
Your event requires compliance with Health and Noise Regulations.
Any event where the City considers it could have an impact on the surrounding community.
If your event involves the use of a City venue or premises outside the usual operation hours at selected location.
Your event is for private members only e.g. private weddings, family events, birthday parties etc. where the general public are not invited and events that take place at home
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Phone: 9257 9953Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The City has complied this information to help make your planning process easier. These documents will give you a better understanding of the information and detail that is required for your event and outline the supplementary documents and other permits
you may need to complete before receiving your event approval.
Download, fill in, and email your Event Application to email@example.com
Please submit your application 3 months prior to your event. This timeframe is important, your event application may not be approved in time.
Once we have received your event application, you will be sent a confirmation email with your assigned ICS (reference) number.
This ICS Reference number will be required and must be recorded on all of your supplementary documents.
Once your Event Application has been assessed the Events Team will send you the appropriate supplementary documents for your event. Most of the documents will need to be completed prior to the event. You will be notified if any post event supplementary
documents are required.
Each of the supplementary documents must be noted with your allocated ICS number (provided with email confirmation in Step 3) and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Associated supplementary documents include:
After we have received all necessary supplementary documents, we will issue you an Event Approval Document.
The Event Approval Document can NOT be issued until all the required supplementary documentation requested has been completed and received.
The Event Approval Document allows you to hold your event in the City of Kalamunda.
After the completion of your event, the City will require your post event supplementary documentation.
Without the post event supplementary documents, the event applicant risks losing their bond(s) and will be ineligible to apply to hold an event in the City in the future.
Further, we will request feedback on how you found event application process and how your event went. This feedback will help identify and improve our level of services and processes.
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