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Division of Special Events
(Left) Private and public events which were held in the City of Cleveland. See alsoSoul Food Fest Video
Rental of City Property for Special Events
Organizations, churches, schools or individuals can apply for use of City property for special events such as reunions, birthday parties, photo shoots, or weddings and other ceremonies. These locations may have capacity, time, and/or food and beverage restrictions and the hiring of security may be required as a condition of permit eligibility.
In order to have an event considered for a permit, a completed application can be faxed or dropped off. Completed applications must be received fourteen days prior to the event. Organizations hosting large scale events that require a variety of City services should contact the Office of Special Events (contact info above). Organizations hosting activities which are open to the public may have the event details and contact information published on the City's calendar through the Division of Special Events and Marketing.
The Division of Special Events and Marketing issues special-use permit applications for the following City-owned properties:
|Parks and Playgrounds||West Side Market|
|Cemeteries||Public Square Quadrants|
|Parking Facilities||Rockefeller Park Greenhouse|
|Parade Permit Application
Any person or entity planning to hold a parade on the streets of Cleveland must obtain a permit as required by Cleveland Codified Ordinance § 411.05 by completing an application and filing it with the Office of Special Events & Marketing.-more
|Elegant City Hall Rotunda Now Available for Events
The beautiful and spacious Rotunda and the City Hall garage can be booked for social gatherings in the heart of the city. Rental is available weekdays from 6pm to midnight and weekends 8 am to midnight. -more
Filming in Cleveland
216.623.3910 - Greater Cleveland Film Commission Website
The Division of Special Events works directly with the Greater Cleveland Film Commission on all commercial film, television, video, and photography projects conducted within the City of Cleveland.
The Greater Cleveland Film Commission helps facilitate the ongoing promotion and production of film, television and other related media within North East Ohio. Established in 1998, the commission has helped the local community host films including The Soloist(DreamWorks S.KG., 2009), Spider Man 3 (Sony, 2007), Against the Ropes (Cort/Madden Productions, 2004), American Splendor (Good Machine, 2003), Welcome to Collinwood (Warner Bros. Pictures, 2002), and Antwone Fisher (Fox Searchlight Pictures, 2002).
North East Ohio is an ideal location for film production. Cleveland is centrally located between Chicago, Pittsburgh and New York on the coast of Lake Erie, and along the Cuyahoga River. The area celebrates four beautiful seasons and offers a unique variety of locations, including period-designed city architecture and a wide array of scenic neighborhoods ranging from mansions to Amish Country.