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Park Use & Park Pop-Up Agreement

Application to reserve a City park or apply for the Park Pop-Up Program. This form has two parts; if you do not intend to apply for aid through the park pop-up program please skip questions that start with "For Park Pop-Up Sponsorship Application:". Park Use Agreement form must be submitted no fewer than 14 days prior to your event. Park Pop-Up requests must be submitted 30 days prior to the event.

Please complete and submit the following form if you plan to host a Park Pop-Up or your park use meets one of the following special conditions:

  • Inflatables (i.e. fun jumps, bouncer houses, etc.)
  • Alcohol use in parks
  • Groups over 100
  • Tent or canopies (stakes prohibited)
  • Live music, bands, or amplification systems
  • Serving or selling food to the public
  • Publicized events
  • Street barricading
  • Portable restrooms
  • Organized recreation


Note: Except jumper sites, this agreement is not a reservation or guarantee for use of any specific park or area. City parks are open to the general public and cannot be reserved. This paperwork is for the purpose of coordinating events, organized sports and maintenance of scheduled events.

Designated Jumper Sites

Fun jump companies must have current license and insurance. $35 per jumper site for 4 hours. View a list of approved inflatable jumper companies.

Alamosa Park | Balloon Fiesta Park | Kirtland Park | Korean War Veterans Park | Lazy Day Park | Manzano Mesa Park | Mariposa Basin Park | Martineztown-Santa Barbara Park | Matthew Meadows Park | Montgomery Park | North Domingo Baca Park | Pat Hurley Lower Park | Phil Chacon Park | Redlands Park | Terrazas Park | Tower Pond Park | U.S.S. Bullhead Memorial Park – Weekdays Only | Ventana Ranch Community Park | Ventana West Park | Vista Verde Park | Westgate Community Park | NM Veteran's Memorial Park

Sites with Electrical Use Available

Portable generators are allowed at any park. $20 fee for electricity.

Alvarado Park | Bataan Park | Robinson Park | Tiguex Park

Parks that Do Not Qualify for the Park Pop-Up Program

The following parks are already activated and will not be considered in 2024:

Hyder Park | Mariposa Basin Park | North Domingo Baca Park | Tiguex Park | Ventana Ranch Park

Event & Personal Information
Is your event a Park use or Park Pop Up?   For consideration for Park Pop Up events, please submit the additional information in the Park Pop Up section of this form.

Will you have a tent/canopy?  

Will a tent/canopy company be hired?  

Will there be amplified sound?  

Will food be served?  

If you answered yes to the question above, will food be served to the public?  

Will food be sold to the public?  

Will you require electricity?   $20 fee for electricity. View a list of parks with electricity at the top of this form. If you are having a jumper, your vendor provides the electricity

Will a fun jump be used?   $35 per jumper site for 4 hours. See a list of designated Jumper parks at the top of this form.

Will portable toilet(s) be on site?   Portable toilet(s) required for events of 100 people or more.

Neighborhood Park Pop-Up Sponsorship

The City of Albuquerque would like to partner with neighborhood groups, associations, non-profits, and educational institutions to bring community-led arts, culture, and educational programming to City parks.

Under the Neighborhood Park Pop-Up program, the City's Parks & Recreation department will sponsor park pop-up organizers who offer a solid plan for small- to medium-size, free public programs in a City park-Such as community picnic, performing arts event, sport/recreation day, movie night, or other art/cultural event. Organizations can apply for a sponsorship to enhance existing programs or events or to help launch new opportunities. 

All of the Park Pop-Up Questions are Required to be Eligible for Sponsorship

If you do not intend to apply for the park pop-up program, please skip to Park Use Guidelines

Park Use Guidelines
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