It depends. If the device falls under the definition of an amusement device as defined in the Amusement Device Law, a permit is required. Some examples include inflatables, zip lines, dark houses, roller coasters, Ferris wheels, carousels, bumper cars, and trampoline parks. If there is any doubt as to whether a device not listed above is subject to regulation, please contact the Amusement Device Unit at (844) 224-5818 Ext. 222
Articles in this section
- I have a question about an Amusement Device Permit Renewal Notice?
- How might I contact the Amusement Device Unit?
- How do I locate board information, members, meeting dates and minutes?
- How might I view safety notices or advisories regarding amusement devices?
- How may I send a trip to the unit?
- Is there a listing of Complaint/Non-Complaint companies?
- What are the requirements should there be an accident involving one of my devices?
- How will I be notified of changes or revisions that might occur?
- May I bring cash to your office?
- May I pay the annual permit fee by credit card?