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ID: 642 Event: Community Classic Bike Tour Status: APPROVED Application Date: 12/17/2012 Event Date: 05/19/2013 Organization: McKee Medical Center Foundation Phone: 970-203-2519 Address: 1805 E. 18th St. #9 Loveland, CO 80538
The 25th Annual Community Classic Bike Tour (CCBT) is scheduled for Sunday, May 19, 2013. This non-competitive, multi-distance bicycle tour travels through the beautiful foothills of Larimer County in Loveland and Fort Collins and is a great training ride preparing cyclists for the numerous summer rides available.
There are four distances to choose from: 62-mile, 37-Mile, 30-Mile, or 10-Mile. The rides begin and end at McKee Medical Center in Loveland located at 2000 Boise Avenue starting at 6:30 a.m. The 62-mile ride will enjoy the sites of the Big Thompson River, Lon Hagler Reservoir, Carter Lake, Green Ridge Glade Reservoir, Masonville, Horsetooth Reservoir, Fort Collins, Boyd Lake, and Loveland. The 37- and 30-mile rides will complete the ride through Carter Lake and then back into Loveland. The 10-mile family/fun ride will enjoy a leisurely ride from McKee Medical Center to Boyd Lake and back.
Comments: Fort Collins special event permit application is in process. Waiting for certificate of insurance. The certificate of insurance submitted has Larimer County listed as additional insured. A certificate listing the City of Fort Collins as additional insured needs to be submitted. Fort Collins special event permit issued.
Comments: Please ensure that a detailed emergency communications plan is available, and that all staff and volunteers are familiar with the plan.
Food service at aid stations does not require a licensed vendor provided food and beverage service is limited to:
• Service of commercially prepared and individually packaged foods and beverages that do not require refrigeration. Examples include packaged candy, power bars, bottled water, soda or juice.
• Service of hot coffee, tea, instant hot beverages.
• Service of donuts, bagels or pastries that are commercially prepared and do not require refrigeration.
• Service of whole uncut fruits and vegetables.
• Service of water from a public supply transported and dispensed in clean containers designed for potable water service.
The Larimer County Department of Health & Environment is available to consult on food safety concerns, and on licensing provisions for vendors involving food service beyond that listed above. Information is available on our website at http://larimer.org/health/ehs/food.asp.
Adequate toilets need to be provided at the start/finish area and as necessary at aid stations.
Doug Ryan Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (970) 498-6777 email@example.com
Comments: Emergency Access: An emergency access path of no less that 20’ wide shall be maintained free and clear of all immovable objects on streets and fire apparatus access roads at all times during the event. Road blocks may be placed on public streets to prevent traffic from crossing, but cannot block emergency travel. If road blocks are used ensure staff is available to remove barricade should emergency travel be necessary. (2009 IFC, 503.1). Tent Permits: Any tent or air supported membrane structure greater than 700 square feet requires a tent permit. The application for a tent permit can be picked up the Community Safety Division located at 410 E 5th St. or by calling 970-962-2497
Comments: 1/15/13: Application has been forwarded to area manager for review. 1/23/2013: Fee worksheet was emailed to you today. Your event is approved by our department upon receipt of signed worksheet and payment in full. 2/11/13: Payment Received 2/12/13: Signed worksheet and payment received. Thank you
Comments: Emergency Access: An emergency access path of no less that 20’ wide shall be maintained free and clear of all immovable objects on streets and fire apparatus access roads at all times during the event. Road blocks may be placed on public streets to prevent traffic from crossing, but cannot block emergency travel. If road blocks are used ensure staff is available to remove barricade should emergency travel be necessary. (2006 IFC, 503.1). Tent Permits: Any tent or air supported membrane structure greater than 400 square feet requires a tent permit. Any canopy over 800 square feet also requires this permit. The application for a tent permit can be found at www.pfafireprevention.org under the permits tab.
Comments: This event does not conflict with any currently planned or scheduled road maintenance or construction activities. However, at the time of the event, portions of the route(s) may traverse roads that have recently, or are then, currently undergoing surface maintenance. Event promoters are reminded that they are not to post event signs on traffic sign posts within the public road Right-Of-Way or paint on the surface of the road.