2-Phase Application Module
(Reservation of Space)
Eproval’s Two-Phase Application Module streamlines the process of reserving public spaces for events. In the first phase, event organizers can apply to reserve a park or public venue. If the space is available and the initial reservation is approved, the system automatically populates a permit application and notifies the applicant to complete the necessary details. This two-step process allows event organizers to secure the venue before finalizing all event details and gives administrators a chance to gather any additional information before making a permit decision.
Ensure event organizers can secure public spaces
The success of an event often depends on ideal timing and location. Aligning the appropriate date with the perfect location can drive the return of attendees, vendors, and sponsors year after year. The 2-Phase application process offers organizers the opportunity to confirm time and location before preparing detailed plans that are required in the permitting process. Since successful events increase community engagement and boost economic activity, it is important for cities to always efficiently manage the reservation of space process.
Minimize conflicting use of public property (right-of-way)
Ensure an accurate and efficient review process
Accurate and complete event applications lead reviewers to informed permit decisions. During the early planning stages, information such as staffing, security, health and safety may not be readily available. However, public agencies require detailed information in order to issue permits. By utilizing Eproval’s 2-Phase Application Module, event organizers can secure the venue while finalizing their plans. Later, they can provide complete and accurate information in the second phase. This ensures an efficient and well-informed review process.
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Eproval can be customized to manage all types of applications, permits licenses and approvals. Our robust platform is incredibly flexible and can be used for a variety of purposes. If you have something in mind, don’t be shy, just ask us.