The purpose of this permit is to allow for the temporary installation of eight port-o-let(s) on the property listed above. The port-o-let will be delivered March 15 and must be removed by 4 p.m. on Monday March 18, 2019. The business/individuals listed above has, at their own expense and coordination opted to provide temporary public port-o-let services available to the general public to address the bathroom needs of the crowds that gather on Greenville Avenue in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. There will be no other temporary activities related to an event activation, outdoor amplified sound, equipment, supplies, merchandise, food nor beverage (alcoholic) sales outside of the existing business operations. All alcohol sales and consumption must be contained indoors.
This permit is for the placement of port-o-lets located in the parking lot of Parkit Market along E. University Blvd. Parkit Market are just a business along the parade route and are not involved in planning nor hosting the event. Parkit Market will be open for business and the parking lot will be monitored by police officers. There will be no street closures. No food or beverage will be sold. Set up starts at 6 a.m. for port-o-lets and teardown to be completed by 8 p.m. day of the event. The projected attendance is 200.
Shuck N Jive is hosting their annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The event will be held inside a fenced-in area of the parking lot attached to the venue’s patio with live music. Food and beverages (alcoholic) will be sold at the event. Setup will begin at 5 a.m. with the erection of tents (2- 15×20) and amplified sound starting at 10 a.m. Teardown will be completed by 12 a.m. March 17. The event will require no street closures. All outdoor music must cease at 10 p.m. Estimated attendance 200.
This annual event is Velvet Taco’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. Two 10’x10 tents will be set-up in their parking lot to serve food and alcoholic beverages. There are no stages or street closures required. Set up will begin 6:45 p.m., Friday, March 15 and tear down will be completed by 9:45 a.m., Sunday, March 17.
|The 5K run at 9:45 a.m. east on W. Canty Street (full closure), veers left northeast on Van Buren Avenue (full closure), turns left north on Cedar Hill Avenue (full closure), turns right east Greenbriar Lane (full closure), turns left north to Junior Drive (full closure), curves left west to continue on Kessler Parkway (full closure), turns left south on Eastus Drive (full closure), turns left east on Shady Lane (full closure), curves left north to continue on La Senda Place (full closure), turns right east on Greenbriar Lane (full closure), turns right south on Cedar Hill Avenue (full closure), turns right southwest on N. Van Buren Avenue (full closure), turns right west on W. Canty Street to finish and disperse.|
This new event is a fundraiser sponsored by the Dallas Police Department and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. A dunking booth will be placed in the parking lot. Set up will begin at 9 p.m. March 15 and tear down will be completed by 2:45 p.m.
This event is a Neighborhood Farmers Market organized by Good Local Markets to occur on the property of Lake Pointe Church (parking lot) at 9150 Garland Rd.
The White Rock Farmers Market will consist of up to 70 vendors that will set up booths, tents (10×15) and tables to sell locally grown produced foods and goods on Saturdays starting on March 9 – December 7, 2019. This event will not require street or lane closures and all parking will take place in the church parking lot.
This annual party takes place in the parking lot of the establishment in a fenced off area to accommodate extra seating and room on the day of the parade. Food and beverages (alcoholic) will be sold. Set-up begins at noon March 15 and teardown is completed by 5 p.m. March 17.
This event is the annual St. Patrick’s Day Block Party. The event will be on 2800-2900 Greenville Avenue; bounded by Ridgedale to the north and Vickery to the south. Entry into this ticketed event site will be controlled by private security positioned at six (6) gated entrances. Food, alcoholic beverages and merchandise will be sold within the controlled event area, however no alcohol can be brought in or taken out of the controlled event site. Stan’s Blue Note, Terilli’s, The Dubliner, Blue Goose, The Grape, Fifty/Fifty, Dodie’s, Halcyon, Val’s Cheesecakes and Papa Johns are included in this permit. The event will involve barricading Goodwin from Worcola to Matilda, 5600 Vanderbilt from Worcola to Greenville and Greenville Avenue from Vanderbilt to Vickery beginning at 8:00 a.m. and will reopen at 8:00 p.m. North and southbound traffic on Greenville Avenue will be detoured east to Matilda. The following streets will be designated one-way westbound streets between Greenville and McMillan from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.: Monticello, Ridgedale, Vanderbilt, Goodwin, Vickery and Miller. The following streets will be designated one-way eastbound streets between Greenville and Matilda from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m: Marquita, Vanderbilt, Goodwin, Vickery, Llano, and Velasco. Two beer trucks servicing the event will park on the south curb lane of 5600 Vanderbilt and one beer truck will park on the north curb lane of 5600 Goodwin. Twenty 10’ X 10’ tents and three 10’ X 20’ X 12” stages will be erected for the event. Two portable merchandise carts will be placed within the footprint of the event at each entrance between the chain link fence and the barricades. Set-up will begin at 5 a.m. and tear down will begin immediately following the event with all streets reopened by 8 p.m.