Please provide the information requested below and attach additional sheets if necessary. Pima County will notify you within one business day that your permit has been received and will provide the status of your application and will review the necessary steps to secure your final permit.
Every permit shall require the applicant to obtain and maintain Commercial General Liability (CGL) Insurance with limits not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate, covering claims arising from Bodily Injury, including Death or Property Damage alleged to have been caused by or contributed to by the film permit. The insurance policy shall be endorsed to include, “Pima County and its districts” as additional insureds. Be Advised: Pima County’s Risk Manager may require increased coverage limits and other types of insurance, if there is an increased risk exposure, based on the nature of the film permit. Please check with Pima County for guidelines.
The following application is comprised of 6 sections and takes approximately 10 to 30 minutes to complete depending on activities.
*Note: This is an application only, and does not serve as permission to conduct special activity in Pima County Property. The information provided will be used to determine whether a permit will be issued and if any revisions to your proposal will be required. If your request is approved, a permit containing applicable terms and conditions will be sent to the responsible person/party contact.