Pittsburgh Protest Permits

Protest Permits:

Courtest of flickr user "Cory.cousins"

            Traffic Obstruction Permit –

A Traffic Obstruction Permit is required to safely and efficiently maintain traffic flow on major arteries, at intersections, in business districts or any special situations.

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            Special Event Permit Applications

This application must be completed, signed and forwarded to the City of Pittsburgh Special Events Committee at least thirty (30) business days prior to the first day of the event. (There is an exception to this rule that requires the City to review your completed permit application within two business days after receipt for spontaneous speech involving First Amendment Activity intending to respond to current events.

            Parade Permit

Courtesy of flickr user "michaelrighi"

Anyone who is responsible for conducting a parade (or walk, race, or similar processional outdoor event) must obtain a license from the License Officer.

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