If I am planning a potluck, private picnic or barbeque, do I really need to obtain a temporary restaurant license from Lane County Health like the application indicates?
If you are planning a private party in which food is not being sold or distributed for donation and attendees are limited to invitees or members only, then you do not need a temporary restaurant license. However, if food is catered or served, sold, or distributed to the public, you must obtain and provide proof of licensure. Check with Lane County Health (541)682-3731 for more information.

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1. How do I reserve a space in a City park?
2. Can I reserve an entire park?
3. Are water and electricity available to the public in the parks?
4. What happens once I turn in my park permit application materials?
5. What if I plan to set up a canopy, tent, stage, or other equipment?
6. If I am planning a potluck, private picnic or barbeque, do I really need to obtain a temporary restaurant license from Lane County Health like the application indicates?
7. What if there will be alcohol served or brought by attendees at my event?
8. Where can I purchase General or Host Liquor Liability Insurance?
9. Which parks have grills?
10. Is it OK to empty ice chests in parks?
11. What are park hours?
12. How can I participate as a vendor at an event?