Special Event Permits
Special Event Permits are for activities such as parades, races, or media recordings.
*Create a UDOT Permit account (“New User”) if you do not already have an account.
What administrative rule governs special event permits?
When is a special event permit required?
How much does a special event permit cost?
What is the special event permit process?
- Submit a completed application request for a Special Event Permit.
- Pay the non-refundable review fee(s).
- UDOT will request any missing documents if applicable.
- UDOT will issue the permit after all documents are acquired.
What documents and forms do I need?
- Map of the route proposed in PDF format
- Provide certified Traffic Control Plans
- Provide the contact information of any police department(s) if any being used
- Provide a letter of acknowledgement from all local jurisdictions (city/county) passing into by the event
- Provide a certificate of liability insurance
- $1 Million per occurrence and $3 Million in aggregate with UDOT listed as the certificate holder (see below):
Utah Department of Transportation
4501 S 2700 W
PO Box 148460
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
- Application Form – Required for all applications.
- Release of Liability Agreement – Required for all applications except first amendment assembly/free speech events.
- Participant Waiver Form – Required for all applicants and participants of the event except first amendment assembly/free speech events
- Applicant must retain all completed forms for a period of 12 months after the event and produce all copies for review if requested by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT).