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Police Permits

Block Parties and Parades




Special events held in St. Peters may require insurance and additional permits not listed below. The details of the event determines what is required. Some of the more common type of events are listed on the Special Events Information flyer (linked at the bottom of this page).*

Block Party Permit Application

Residents of the City of St. Peters wanting to close a street for the purpose of a neighborhood gathering must obtain approval in the form of a block party permit. Closing of streets for block parties will only be permitted on local residential streets and not on main thoroughfares. See the application below for a complete list of rules and regulations.


A minimum of two weeks is required for processing.

Parade Permit Application

An event that meets the following criteria is required to get approval in the form of a parade permit:


Any assemblage of five (5) or more persons participating in, or three (3) or more vehicles being operated in, any march, ceremony, show, exhibition, or procession of any kind in or upon the public streets, sidewalks, alleys, parks or other public grounds or places, not including a bona fide funeral procession.


A minimum of four weeks is required for processing.

Submitting a Printed Application

If you download a printable application, return the completed Parade or Block Party applications either by email (after filling out form fields electronically) or by mail to:



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St. Peters Police Department

Attn: Special Event Permit
1020 Grand Teton Drive
St. Peters, Mo., 63376

*PLEASE NOTE: The City of St. Peters encourages special events (such as walkathons, fun runs and 5K races) to use the St. Peters parks trail system. All timed race events are held at 370 Lakeside Park. Events that solely use City parks and trails do not require a Parade Permit, but must be approved through the Parks Department (learn more below).


Contact the Parks Department for more information:

636-477-6600 ext. 1401



Guidelines and Rules for Park Use and Special Events

INFLATABLES NOTE: If you plan on having an inflatable in a St. Peters park, you must select a company from the City of St. Peters’ Approved Inflatables Provider List. The City makes no endorsement or representations regarding the Approved Provider List other than each vendor has met the business license requirements and provided the required insurance. All rentals of equipment are at the permit holder’s own risk.