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JCOS - Commercial Activity - Officiant

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  2. Terms and Conditions*
    1. Permit must be signed and on-hand during all portions of event(s). If you or your organization has been issued on-person guide or photographer tags, those tags may serve as your permit.
    2. Permit does not grant exclusive access to any area or facility; all portions of parks that are ordinarily open to the public will remain open to the public
    3. All participants must abide by established trail courtesy and yielding practices as defined by JCOS Park Regulation C.24 Passing on Trails
    4. Maximum Group Size: Unless posted as otherwise, bikers and equestrians must be divided into a maximum of 8 riders (bikes or horses) per group; and pedestrians, including: hikers, rock climbers, trail runners, etc., must be divided into a maximum of 14 persons per group. Guided groups may have a maximum of one associated vehicle per park at a single time and maximum of 14 total persons per park at a single time
    5. All portions of event must take place on durable surfaces
    6. Permit is valid for listed date and time only
    7. Permit holder is solely responsible for all portions of event including ensuring that damage and excessive impacts to trails and/or park facilities are not caused by your event. Excessive impacts or damage may result in legal action. Permit holder is responsible for all reasonable costs and fees incurred by Jefferson County to enforce the terms of this Permit.
    8. Permit holder is solely responsible for verifying park conditions and status in advance of event. Information regarding park and trail closures is available at
    9. Permit holder is solely responsible for cancelation of event if adverse conditions are present which may result in damage to trails or facilities
    10. Permit may be revoked by Jeffco Open Space at any time for any reason
    11. All markings must be constructed of a removable material and removed immediately at conclusion of event. Chalk, paint, or any other non-removable marking is not permitted
    12. Advertisements relating to your event may not be placed within any JCOS managed park or facility
    13. All vehicles must be parked in a legal manner and outside of designated lanes of traffic
    14. Permit is for your group, and your group only. Additional companies or organizations may not be added
    15. For commercial photography: Photographers are permitted to use tripods, light deflectors, and other common portrait photography tools. Props, stages, remote flashes with light diffusers, and other visually impactful items are not permitted
    16. For Product Demos: Demo groups are permitted to stage 1 10’x10’ canopy, 1 vehicle, 1 trailer, 1 bike rack, and a maximum of 13 bikes. All staging must occur in parking areas designated for oversized vehicles and will not be reserved
    17. For guided rock climbing: Guides may place ropes on individual routes for a maximum of 90 minutes. The ropes must then be removed for a minimum of 30 minutes before being re-hung on the same route
    18. All JCOS Park Regulations apply, outside of those which are specifically addressed in this permit. Park Regulations can be found at
    19. Any modifications to this permit must be requested prior to two weeks before event takes place. No modifications, aside from cancellation, will be considered within two weeks of event
    20. By entering issuing this permit, Jefferson County is not waiving any limits on liability or protections provided by law, including the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act, C.R.S., Section 24-10-101, et seq., and the Colorado Owners of Recreational Areas Act, C.R.S., Section 33-41-101, et seq.
    21. The Permit holder and Jefferson County approve the use of electronic signatures for execution of this License.  All use of electronic signatures shall be in conformance with, and governed by, the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act, C.R.S. §§24-71.3-101 through 24-71.3-121.
    22. Jefferson County shall not be liable to Permit holder or any other person or entity whatsoever for any injury or damage to persons or property occasioned by reason of the use JCOS property, or by reason of any act or thing done or omitted to be done during the term of this Permit by Permit holder and invitees.  In consideration for this Permit, Permit holder does hereby, to the maximum extent allowed by law, release, waive, discharge, agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Jefferson County, its officials, agents, employees, successors and insurers, from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, injuries and expenses, including costs and attorneys' fees, which arise out of Permit Holder’s acts or omissions.  The terms of this paragraph shall survive the termination or expiration of this Permit.
  3. Electronic Signature Agreement*
    I (we) hereby swear or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that the information given here is true and correct. The typed signature below indicates this individual, or the legal entity the individual represents (as applicable), accepts responsibility for the activity and agrees to the terms and conditions of this agreement.
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  5. Officiant Permit Fee
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