Parks & Recreation Commercial Use Regulation Update
The CBJ Parks & Recreation Department is considering changes to the regulations that govern commercial use of parks and recreation facilities. Existing regulations were written nearly 25 years ago, and a number of changes are proposed to provide a better framework to manage commercial use of these public facilities. For more information, go here.
The 2020 Commercial Use Application Period is now closed.
Commercial Use Permits
Commercial Use permits are issued biannually to authorize a business to operate a commercial enterprise within CBJ Parklands or a facility for more than 30 days, typically from May through September. Applications are accepted at Parks & Recreation’s Main Office during designated periods. Specific documentation and insurance is required, as well as good standing with CBJ Tax Department. Permits are subject to Director review and approval. $250 Application Fee.
Authorization for a one-time use for companies or individuals who want to use CBJ Parklands or a facility for profit, i.e.: filming or photo shoots; recreation events. There is an application fee subject to additional fees depending on type and length of use. Applicant may be required to pay for a P&R staff person to monitor the area. Special conditions or restrictions may be required depending on location and/or length of time requested. Please call the P&R Office for an application. Permits are subject to Director review and approval. $250 Application Fee.
Commercial Use CBJ Regulations
In 2004 the Trails Working Group in conjunction with Parks and Recreation put together a list of recommendations for commercial use of existing trails around Juneau.
Please email Lauren Verrelli or call (907) 586-0423.