Neighborhood Block Party Trailer
Thank you for your interest in bringing your neighbors together for positive experiences. The City is proactively taking steps to keep the community safe. We are providing suggestions to block party hosts in order to keep your party safe. Please refer to the last page of the block party guidelines document and review before submitting an application.
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Block Party Trailer Permits
The Block Party Trailer includes the following:
Toys and Activities
- Bocce ball set
- Cornhole game set (2)
- Giant Connect-4 game
- Giant Jenga game
- Hula hoops
- Jump ropes
- Kickball, pump and bases
- Ladder ball game
- Nerf footballs
- Playground ball
- Spikeball game
- Barricades for street closure (2 or 3)
- Dog Bowls (2)
- Fire extinguisher and first aid kit (1)
- Folding chairs (28)
- 6-foot folding tables (8)
- Recycle container (1)
- Tubs for ice/drinks (3)
- Waste container (1)
To determine availability, please check the Block Party Trailer availability calendar and then submit your Block Party Trailer Application with your desired date. Alternatively, you can email the Neighborhood Program to check availability.
A City staff member will drop off and pick up the Block Party Trailer. We ask that you find a location that makes it easy to maneuver it. Be sure that the trailer is in a location that it can stay for the duration of the weekend. City staff will drop off the Block Party Trailer on Friday and pick up on Monday.
Be Sure to Find the Right Space
The Block Party Trailer is 7 feet wide, 14 feet long and 7 feet 6 inches tall. The front or tongue side of the Block Party Trailer also needs to be clear for delivery and pick-up for the truck that will be towing. Please make sure no vehicles or other obstructions are blocking it when ready to be picked up. The Block Party Trailer cannot be parked in alleyways.
Know Your Neighbor Micro-Grants
The City of Grand Junction offers micro-grants of up to $250 to neighborhoods to assist with event costs or other purposes that promote getting to know your neighbors. The grant application is available on a first-come, first-served basis until allocated funds are depleted.