Film Permit Application
Film Las Cruces, New Mexico (revised workflow 03/2017)
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The City of Las Cruces Film Permit provides the City with important information about activities that may have an impact on right-of-way considerations as well as the City’s ability to provide emergency services to the public. Filming requires Film Office approval and may also require additional permits from other City departments.

It is the responsibility of applicants to conform to current laws and requirements and to ensure that the conduct of approved filming takes place in an orderly fashion within the prescribed dates, times and locations, whether public or private, within the City of Las Cruces, consistent with the representations made by the applicant in the approved application. Failure to comply with requirements established by City departments may result in filming delays.

Please contact us as far in advance as possible of any planned filming to get your Film Permit Application approved. While we require a minimum of three (3) days in advance of the film shooting date for approval of your film permit, you should call the Film Las Cruces office as soon as you have tentative dates for filming. Additional approvals from other City departments may be required and you should plan for ample time to secure those permits.

Permit Steps
1. The City of Las Cruces requires commercial general liability coverage with a minimum limit of $1,000,000 ($1 million) per occurrence and a $2,000,000 ($2 million) aggregate, with the City named as additionally insured.
2. Completely fill out the Film Permit Application and submit when done.
3. Additional permits may be required such as:
a. Sound Permit
b. Street Closure Permit
c. Facility Use Permit
4. Once the permit application is approved, you will be emailed a film permit in pdf format, to be available during filming at all locations.

The applicant shall retain the original approved permit at all times on-site during filming.

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