Want to Hold an Event in Inverness?

The City of Inverness welcomes event planners to explore this page information on the process of holding a special event in the City limits.

Special Event Permit Process

Contact:
Inverness Event & Visitors Bureau
212 W. Main Street, Inverness
(352) 726-2611 x 1304


  • Event planners must submit completed application at least 45 days in advance for consideration
  • Inverness Special Event Permit Application
  • Liability insurance required of $1 million with the City named as an additional insured
  • Permit application lists fees and requirements needed\
  • Application for a special event does not guarantee approval; the City will review the overall event impact, demand on resources, safety concerns and prior history.
  • For Inverness businesses wanting to hold a special event at their business property that exceeds the approved property zoning 
  • City of Inverness Alcoholic Beverage Permit

Parks & Recreation Reservation Forms

Contact:
Inverness Parks Department
1700 Forest Drive, Inverness, FL
(352) 726-3913
Online Reservation
Reservation Form

  • Whispering Pines City Park
    • Recreation Building
    • Pavilion
    • Swimming Pool
    • Splash Pad
  • Liberty Park and Wallace Brooks Park
    • Pavilions
    • Gazebo
    • Volleyball

Yard Sales

Contact:
Community Development
212 W. Main Street, Inverness, FL
(352) 726-3401

Guidelines:
  • Sales should only be conducted between the hours of 8 a.m. through 5 p.m.
  • Sales should last no longer than three consecutive days. 
  • Sale signs can be placed on the property where the sale is to be held, but not on road medians or landscaped islands. 
  • And please, don't nail anything to a tree.
More information on yard sales

Business Promotions Tents/Banners

Contact:
Community Development
212 W. Main Street, Inverness, FL
(352) 726-3401

Events that require no application

  • Vehicle processions for Weddings or Funerals.
  • Students exercise as part of an organized school sports program.
  • Gathering or Parade of no more than 50 pedestrians on sidewalks, crossing streets only at crosswalks and in accordance with traffic regulations.