Can I hold a birthday party for my child in a park?
Yes. If you would like to reserve a certain area of a park for your party, then a permit from Parks and Recreation needs to be issued. Usually, parks are large enough so that space for 25 family members and friends can easily be found.

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1. Is there a fee to hold an event in a park?
2. When is a permit needed for an event in a park?
3. Can I smoke in the parks?
4. Are there any public toilet facilities?
5. Where are the trash barrels?
6. Which parks have picnic tables?
7. Can I barbecue in a park?
8. Is alcohol allowed in the park?
9. Does Portland have park rangers?
10. Can I hold a birthday party for my child in a park?
11. Is there electricity I can use in a park?
12. Can I charge admission to my event?
13. Can I play amplified music or have a band/DJ play at my event?
14. Can I serve refreshments and/or sell food at my event?
15. Can I sell merchandise or other non-food items at my event?
16. Can I reserve parking spaces for my event?
17. How do I know if my event requires police or EMS assistance?
18. Can I set up a large tent or canopy at my event?
19. How do I know if my event requires insurance?
20. Can I reserve a ballfield, basketball court or tennis court?