From your street’s block party to the annual nationwide broadcast of New Year’s Eve Ball Drop, New York City is the backdrop for countless special events, cultural activities, community events and film shoots. To assist with these activities, the Mayor’s Office of Citywide Event Coordination and Management’s (CECM) provides you with resources regarding the necessary applications and licenses to produce an event in NYC. You can visit our event permitting page to identify the right permit for your event. You can also find out about the nearest street closures for today or the upcoming week to better plan your route.
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Notice of SAPO Rule Change
CECM has amendments to Section 1-03(d)(4), Section 1-05(d) and Section 1-05 of Chapter 1 of Title 50 of the Rules of the City of New York. These rules impose a one-year moratorium on new events, restrict activities in the area of Times Square and change submission deadline for special event applications. You can read the full rules by clicking here. The public hearing for these rule changes took place on Monday, November 23rd. All written testimony submitted can be reviewed by clicking here. A transcript of the public hearing is available by clicking here. If you have any additional questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.