EQUIPMENT/VEHICLES

VEHICLE DISPLAYS

Mobile Food Business

Fireworks Permit Application

INDOOR PYROTECHNICS

  1. Indoor pyrotechnics (fireworks) are restricted to the UCCU Center
  2. Pyrotechnics are restricted to commercial grade pyrotechnics.
  3. Pyrotechnics are to be under the direct control of a licensed pyrotechnic operator.
  4. Requests for permits must be submitted no later than 45 days prior to the event.
  5. A $200 fee for pyrotechnics applies.

OUTDOOR PYROTECHNICS

  1. Outdoor pyrotechnics (fireworks) are restricted to the baseball field. 
  2. There shall be a limit of two permits per year issued to each organization.
  3. Pyrotechnics are restricted to commercial grade pyrotechnics.
  4. Pyrotechnics are to be under the direct control of a licensed pyrotechnic operator.
  5. Requests for permits must be submitted no later than 45 days prior to the event.
  6. A $200 fee for pyrotechnics applies.

HOT WORK

  • Hot Work Permits are required for any hot work operations (ie welding, soldering, etc) on UVU property.  Hot Work permit requests must be received 72 hrs in advance and can be submitted through the following link:
  • UVU Hot Work Permit Applicaiton

FLAME EFFECTS

  1. Flame Effects (ie burning of the UVU) are to be conducted by a licensed Flame Effects operator.
  2. Permit requests must be submitted 45 days prior to the event and include a $100 fee.
  3. The use of Flame Effects is currently restricted to the UCCU Center, Theaters, and approved outdoor locations.

TEMPORARY TENTS AND MEMBRANE STRUCTURES

  1. Tents and or canopies in excess of 16 sq ft are not permitted to be used inside of UVU buildings.
  2. Tents and membrane structures in excess of 400 sq ft shall not be erected, operated, or maintained for any purpose without first obtaining a permit and approval from the Fire Marshal
  3. Tents and membrane structures with an occupant load of 50 or more require a permit from the Fire Marshal.
  4. Tents or membrane structures and their appurtenances shall be adequately roped, braced, and anchored to withstand the elements of weather and prevent against collapsing. Documentation of structural stability shall be furnished to the fire code official on request.
  5. Open flame or other devices emitting flame, fire, or heat or any flammable or combustible liquids, gas, charcoal or other cooking device or any other approved devices shall not be permitted within 20 feet of the tent or membrane structure while open to the public unless approved by the fire code official.
  6. All inflatables shall be properly anchored as per manufacturer’s recommendations. In addition, shall be inspected by a trained crowd manager prior to opening to the public. 
  7. Tents and canopies attached to buildings, on upper plazas, or rooftops are considered to be part of the building and must comply with the IBC.