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Plan To Manage Special Events

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Plan To Manage Special Events Form

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This is a Oregon form that can be used for Liquor Control Commission within Statewide.

Last updated: 8/3/2015
Clear Form Print Form OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION plan to manage special events When the expected attendance per day in the area where alcohol will be sold or consumed is 501 or more, any applicant for a Temporary Sales License (TSL), Special Event Winery (SEW), Special Event Grower (SEG), Special Event Brewery-Public House (SEPBH), Special Event Distillery (SED), or a Temporary Use event must complete this form (unless exempted from this requirement by the OLCC) and submit it with the application to the OLCC. Other applicants (those expecting 500 or fewer attendees per day in the licensed area) may choose to use this form. In some cases, even if the expected daily attendance is 500 or fewer, the OLCC may require this form. Examples of times when the OLCC may require more detailed information, even if the expected daily attendance in the area where alcohol will be sold or consumed is 500 or fewer, include a licensed area: projecting an emphasis on alcohol consumption; projecting an emphasis on entertainment; or proposing to allow minors and alcohol together in the same area. Please note that for some licensed areas, in order to convince the OLCC that you will adequately manage the licensed area, the OLCC may require more details in addition to your completed PLAN TO MANAGE SPECIAL EVENTS form or any other information you submitted regarding how you will control the licensed area. If there will be more than one of the above licensees making alcohol available in the same area(s) of the same event, all licensees may agree to submit and follow one plan. 1. Event Name: __________________________________________________________________________ 2. Applicant Name: _______________________________________________________________________ 3. Date(s) of event: _______________________________________________________________________ 4. Start/End hours of alcohol service: ______________ AM PM to ______________ AM PM 5. Event Street Address: ___________________________________________________________________ 6. City: ______________________ 7. County: ________________________ 8. Zip: __________________ 9. Will minors be allowed at the event? Yes No 10. If yes, will minors and alcohol be allowed together in the same area? Yes No 11. Will any portion of the licensed premises be prohibited to minor patrons? Yes No If yes, describe your plan to prevent minor patrons from gaining access to the prohibited area: 12. Estimated total attendance per day in area(s) where alcohol will be sold or consumed: ________________ page 1 of 3 1-800-452-OLCC (6522) www.oregon.gov/OLCC (rev. 08/2014) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 13. List the names(s) and contact phone(s) of alcohol manager(s) on-duty and in the licensed area: 14. List the primary activities within the licensed area: 15. Do you estimate that 30 percent or more of the people attending the event will be between 15 and 20 years of age? Yes No 16. Do you estimate the number of patrons in the licensed area will be about the same during the entire time that alcohol is sold or consumed? Yes No If no, what are the estimated times that a greater number of patrons will attend? ____________________________________________________________ 17. At any one time, what is the average range of the number of staff (such as managers, servers, security, alcohol monitors, ID checkers, etc.) on-duty, at the event, and whose job includes monitoring patron behavior? 18. Will alcohol monitors work in the licensed area? (An Alcohol Monitor is a person, in addition to alcohol servers and security staff, who monitors the sale, service, and consumption of alcoholic beverages to help ensure that unlawful sales, service, and consumption of alcoholic beverages do not occur.) Yes No 19. If yes to #18, list the minimum number of alcohol monitors you estimate will work during the estimated times whan a greater number of patrons will attend the estimated times when a regular number of patrons will attend: ____ Minimum number during estmated times of greater patron atttendence ____ Minimum number during estimated times of regular patron attendence 20. If yes to #18, describe how alcohol monitors will be readily identifiable as such to patrons: 21. Will all Alcohol Monitors be required to have a service permit? Yes No 22. If no to #21, those alcohol monitors without a service permit must be uncompensated volunteers who are directly supervised in the licensed area by an individual who has successfully completed and Alcohol Server Education course within the last five years. List the name(s) of the supervisor(s) and either their service permit number(s) or server education completion date(s): 23. Is the applicant a nonprofit or charitable organization with a Registry Number issued by the Oregon Secretaty of State's office? Yes No If yes, list the Oregon Registry Number: ___________________ page 2 of 3 1-800-452-OLCC (6522) www.oregon.gov/OLCC (rev. 08/2014) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 24a. If yes to #23, will the applicant use servers who don't hold a service permit? Yes No 24b. If yes to #24a, describe the plan to train these people in at least the following: recognizing minors; properly checking identification; and how to recognize and respond appropriately to visibly intoxicated persons: 25. Will security or ID checkers be required to have a service permit? Yes No If no, describe the plan to train these people in at least the following: recognizing minors; properly checking identification; and how to recognize and respond appropriately to visibly intoxicated persons: 26. Will servers, security, or ID checkers wear clothing or other designation which readily identifies them as such to patrons? Yes No If yes, please describe: 27. Describe the alcoholic beverages for consumption in the licensed area: Size of Container Malt Beverages Wine Cider Distilled Spirits 28. Describe how containers used to serve alcoholic beverages for consumption in the licensed area will be of a different color and type when compared to containers used to serve nonalcoholic beverages: Maximum Amount of Alcohol in the Container 29. What is the maximum number of containers of alcoholic beverages meant for consumption in the licensed area that a patron may possess at any one time? ____________________________________________ 30. Describe the level of lighting the licensed area will have to ensure the proper monitoring of patrons: A level of lighting sufficient to read common new