If no one is using a field, can it be used without a permit/reservation?

All fields that are part of the City of Arvada’s athletic complexes require a reservation and permit prior to use. These complexes include:

  • Harold D. Lutz Sports Complex: 10664 W. 58th Ave.
  • Long Lake Regional Park: 17850 W. 64th Ave.
  • Stenger Sports Complex: 11200 W 58th Ave.
  • Pioneer Park: 12100 W. 82nd Ave.
  • Foster Fields: 5300 Saulsbury Ct.
  • Youth Memorial Sports Complex: 7619 Alkire St.

Park fields (Tier 3 fields) are open to the public for free without a permit during regular hours (6am-11pm. daily). Park fields can also be reserved using CivicRec, the City’s online field reservation system. Park fields (Tier 3 Fields) require a permit when the use is organized, preplanned, recurring, or the applicant is conducting a private event or program for a park purpose.

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1. Where can I read a complete list of rules and regulations?
2. Who do I contact for questions about my field reservation?
3. What hours will the field be available?
4. If no one is using a field, can it be used without a permit/reservation?
5. What is the City’s weather policy?
6. Is overnight parking allowed?
7. Who is responsible for picking up trash?
8. Who do I contact if there’s an issue with the restrooms?
9. How often are the portable toilets cleaned?
10. Are dogs allowed?
11. Can advertising be displayed?
12. Are generators allowed on the field?
13. Are concessions allowed?
14. Can alcoholic beverages be sold or consumed?
15. Can I help prepare the field for my event?
16. How do I make sure lights are turned on for the field at the appropriate time?