The High Line Canal is a cherished neighborhood and regional asset. We welcome events and programs along the Canal that fall within the community’s vision – to maintain a natural, varied and connected trail. For events with 25 or more participants, an approval is required. Please see below for application instructions.
Please note: no events will be approved that require the trail to be closed to the public. The trail should remain open to the public at all times.
A permit or approval from the jurisdiction needs to be completed and approved prior to the Conservancy submittal. Please submit your approved application to the Conservancy at least three weeks in advance of the event date. The application to the Conservancy should include your jurisdiction’s event approval and proof insurance. Incomplete applications will be denied.
Step 1: Obtain an event permit or approval from the local jurisdiction as well as proof of insurance for the event.
Step 2: Submit the below application to the Conservancy for final approval with the jurisdictional event approval and proof of insurance attached, listing Denver Water as additionally insured.
Step 3: Reread the High Line Canal Event Policies and be prepared to take care of the Canal during and after your event. Don’t hesitate to reach out to the Conservancy for any questions regarding your event on the High Line Canal.
- Proof of insurance
- Jurisdiction’s event approval (permit or email confirmation)
In addition to the Conservancy’s Event Policies listed below, please check with the jurisdiction in which the event is being held for additional policies.
*By submitting this form, you agree to the Conservancy’s Event Policies and to adhere to the jurisdiction’s policies in which the event is being held. You agree to hold the Conservancy and jurisdiction harmless from any liability to any person or entity resulting from any damage or injury occurring in connection with the event. In use of the High Line Canal, the permittee will neither allow, nor engage in any discriminatory practices or policies regarding age, sex, gender, color, religion, ethnicity, disability, military status, genetic information, marital status, creed, ancestry or any other status protected by federal, state or local law.