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General Information Description
Laura Luker
Director of Tourism
770-957-5786 office
tourism@henrycounty.com

Laura Luker, Camera Ready Contact
770 957 5786 office
678 575 4580 mobile
tourism@henrycounty.com

Located immediately off Interstate 75, you will find bustling retail and dining centers, but venture onto our back roads, and you'll enjoy rolling, green pastures, quiet, leafy woodlands, serene lakes and ponds, and quaint small towns.

We are only about 30 minutes away from downtown Atlanta, making it easy to work here and still be close to the metro Atlanta amenities.

Henry County is 28 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and also owns a regional airport, which can easily accommodate private aircraft.

In our county we have several key attractions helpful to the filming community:
1) Atlanta Motor Speedway - the largest sporting and entertainment venue in Georgia and one of the largest in the southeast. Located on 887 acres. www.atlantamotorspeedway.com

2) Downtown Hampton -quaint, historic main street with Beautiful historic homes, old oak lined streets and a 100 year-old Train Depot. www.cityofhampton-ga.gov

3) Downtown Locust Grove - historic mainstreet with 1890 historic city hall with old auditorium

4) McDonough Square - picturesque square with a beautiful red brick historic courthouse and 1920's prototype Standard Oil Station

5) Hwy 20 West - This stretch of road in Hampton, Georgia was used in Zombieland due to its isolated feel and the relative ease of routing traffic around the latter portions.

6) Heritage Park Village - This historic village features historic buildings from around the county including an 1820s settler's log cabin, a one room school house, and a 1920s general store. www.hcprd.org

7) 52 industrial buildings totaling more than 5 million SF of available space ranging in size from 5,000 SF to more than 500,000 SF.

8) Mallard's Landing - A fly-in community in Locust Grove

9) Southern Belle Farm - a 200 acre working farm with twin silos, large corn field (Maze in fall), strawberry fields, etc) http://www.southernbellefarm.com/

10) Noah's Ark - an animal rehabilitation center housing more than 1200 animals ranging from domestic to exotic. http://www.noahs-ark.org/

11) More than 1,100 acres of park land with 88 athletic fields, a BMX track, Lawn Mower Racing track, remote control car track and paintball facility. www.hcprd.com

12) Nash Farm Park - 204 acre preserved battlefield and park with a museum on-site. Mostly open pastureland with walking trails and a pond. www.henrycountybattlefield.com

13) Panola Mountain State Park - a 100 acre granite mountain with two lakes, hiking and biking trails, treetop bivouac camping. From the top of the mountain you can see the Atlanta skyline on a clear day. http://gastateparks.org/PanolaMountain

14) Tanger Outlet

Movies and TV shows that have shot in our community include:
Glory
We are Marshall
Zombieland
Smokey and the Bandit
I'll Fly Away (NBC television show)
Roswell (WB television show)

We have a range of lodging options, including 2290 chain hotel rooms.

Local TV Studios:
Southern Crescent Broadcasting - SCB-TV Channel 15
Ms. Michelle Deraney
678-284-4480
www.scbtv.com

SBN-TV
Mrs. Judy Peterson
395 McDonough Parkway
McDonough, GA 30253
770-957-8020
www.sbn.tv

County Owned Station:
Henry TV 14
Ms. Julie Hoover-Ernst
140 Henry Parkway
McDonough, GA 30253
770-288-6001

Schools with Media Arts Programs:
Dutchtown High School
Aldo Bacallao
770-515-7510

Locust Grove High School
Randy Lee
770-898-1452
Ola High School
Chris Holcomb
770-288-3222

Woodland High School
Lance Carter
70-389-2784

Stockbridge High School
Joshua Pittman
770-474-8747

Crowd / Traffic Control:

To arrange for off duty officers to manage crowds or traffic control .

Hourly cost is $25/hour with 4 hour minimum.

Filming and Special Event Overview:

A one time, non refundable $50 fee applies for application to film or conduct special event in Henry County.

Although we will make every effort to streamline the application approval, up to 30 days may be needed based upon the complexity of the project and community resources involved.

By applying, applicant agrees to comply with all terms and conditions, regulations, laws and ordinances which apply to the event.

Fire - Apparatus/Personnel On Set:

A determination of what staffing and apparatus will be required for activities such as stunts, pyrotechnics, explosions, fireworks, fire/open flame, and use of explosive gasses will be determined on a case by case basis.

Standard Staffing levels shall apply to all equipment. Personnel shall be paid at cost (actual wages).

Apparatus per diem rates are as follows: Class A pumper $500, Brush Truck $100, ALS Ambulance $300, and Aerial Ladder $500.

Fire - Pyrotechnics and Construction Review:

Fire Dept approval is needed for Pyrotechnics and Construction permit approval. This contact will be notified if pyrotechnics or location Construction is to be used at this location.

Fireworks & Pyrotechnics:

A permit is required for Pyrotechnics and Construction. An onsite inspection is required once the pyrotechnics set is constructed prior to the actual shoot.

This contact will be notified if pyrotechnics, explosives or location construction is to be used at this location, and a determination of what, if any, staffing and apparatus will be required for activities such as stunts, pyrotechnics, explosions, fireworks, fire/open flame, and use of explosive gasses will be determined on a case by case basis. Standard Staffing levels shall apply to all equipment.

Personnel shall be paid at cost (actual wages). Apparatus per diem rates are as follows: Class A pumper $500, Brush Truck $100, ALS Ambulance $300, and Aerial Ladder $500.

Food and Catering:

Catered meals must be provided by a caterer or restaurant possessing a valid Georgia food service permit.

Mobile units providing prepackaged foods must be permitted by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Anyone seeking to prepare and serve food on site must contact the Henry County Office of Environmental Health for information on obtaining a temporary food service permit.

Tiffany Harris is the contact person for Henry County Office of Environmental Health. Her email address is tpharris1@dhr.state.ga.us

Garbage/Waste Disposal/Recycling:

Production companies are responsible for cleaning and restoring locations used, including public and private lands to their original condition, with a minimum amount of noise and disruption.

All clean up and restoration activities shall be completed within 7 days of completion of the permitted activities.

Insurance Coverage:

INDEMNIFICATION:

Special Event Host/Event Applicant (also referred to herein as the
'Special Event Host/Event Applicant") shall indemnify, defend, save and hold harmless the “Henry county, its departments, all elected and appointed officials, to include, but not limited to, its commissioners, directors, officers, agents, boards, volunteers and employees (hereinafter referred to as "Indemnities") from and against any and all claims, actions, liabilities, damages, losses, or expenses (including court costs, attorneys' fees, and costs of claim processing, investigation and litigation) (hereinafter referred to as "Claims") for bodily injury or personal injury (including death), or loss or damage to tangible or intangible property caused, or alleged to be caused, in whole or in part, by the negligent or willful acts or omissions of (Special Event Host/Event Applicant) or any of its owners, officers, directors, agents, employees or associated vendors to include, but not limited to event officiators. This indemnity includes any claim or amount arising out of or recovered under the Workers' Compensation laws of the State of Georgia or arising out of the failure of such vendor to conform to any federal, state or local law, statute, ordinance, rule, regulation or court decree. It is agreed that (Special Event Host/Event Applicant) will be responsible for primary loss investigation, defense and judgment costs where this indemnification is applicable. (Special Event Host/Event Applicant) agrees to waive all rights of subrogation against Henry County, its departments, all elected and appointed officials, to include, but not limited to, its commissioners, directors, officers, agents, boards, volunteers and employees for losses arising from the Special Event.

INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS:

The insurance requirements herein are minimum requirements for this Special Event and in no way limit the indemnity covenants contained in any other agreement related to this Special Event. Henry County in no way warrants that the minimum limits contained herein are sufficient to protect (Special Event Host/Event Applicant) from liabilities that might arise out of this event.

A. MINIMUM SCOPE AND LIMITS OF INSURANCE: Special Event Host/Event Applicant shall provide coverage with limits of liability not less than those stated below.

1. Commercial General Liability - Occurrence Form
Policy shall include bodily injury, property damage, personal injury and broad form contractual liability coverage.
General Aggregate $ 4,000,000
Each Occurrence $ 4,000,000

a. Policy shall cover any and all vendors participating in the Special Event, excluding those serving alcohol or presenting a jumper as outlined in section A.1.d below.

b. The policy shall contain a blanket endorsement for all vendors and be specifically endorsed and/or scheduled to include the following additional insured language: "Henry County its appointed and elected Officials, departments, agencies, boards, commissions, and its officers, officials, agents, and employees shall be named as additional insured’s with respect to liability arising out of the activities performed by or on behalf of the Special Event Host/Event Applicant."

c. Policy shall contain a waiver of subrogation against the Henry County its appointed and elected Officials, departments, agencies, boards, commissions, and its officers, officials, agents, and employees for losses arising from work performed by or on behalf of the Special Event Host/Event Applicant.

d. If inflatable jumpers will be used, vendor/provider of such jumper shall supply separate insurance with limits of Commercial General Liability of ($5,000,000). A Sexual Misconduct Endorsement coverage of not less than five million dollars ($ 5,000,000) when minors are involved in the special event. Any combination of underlying, excess or umbrella coverage can be used to meet the requirement.

2. Automobile Liability (transportation & vehicles used by the Special Event Host/Event Applicant.)

Bodily Injury and Property Damage for any owned, hired, and/or non-owned vehicles, to include, but not limited to, mini vans, 15 passenger vans and Henry County Transit buses used in the performance of this Contract.
Combined Single Limit (CSL) $ 1,000,000

b. The policy shall contain an endorsement to include the following additional insured language: "Henry County its appointed and elected Officials, departments, agencies, boards, commissions, and its officers, officials, agents, and employees shall be named as additional insured’s with respect to liability arising out of the activities performed by or on behalf of the Special Event Host/Event Applicant".
c. Policy shall contain a waiver of subrogation against Henry County its appointed and elected Officials, departments, agencies, boards, commissions, and its officers, officials, agents, and employees for losses arising from work performed by or on behalf of the Special Event Host/Event Applicant.

3. Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability
Workers' Compensation Statutory limits
Employer's Liability
Each Accident Statutory Limits
Disease - Each Employee Statutory Limits
Disease - Policy Limit Statutory Limits

a. If Special Event Host/Event Applicant is required under Georgia state law to carry Workers' Compensation, then it MUST provide such coverage to include Employer's Liability in relation to this Special Event as listed in 2 above and the endorsement under section A.2.c below. (Special Event Policies cannot cover all vendors under a Workers’ Compensation or Employer's Liability policy).

b. If a vendor of such event is required under Georgia state law to carry Workers' Compensation, then the vendor MUST provide such coverage to include Employer's Liability in relation to this Special Event as listed in 2 above and the endorsement under section A.2.c below. (Special Event Policies cannot cover all vendors under a Workers’ Compensation or Employer’s Liability policy).

c. Policy shall contain a waiver of subrogation against Henry County its appointed and elected Officials, departments, agencies, boards, commissions, and its officers, officials, agents, and employees for losses arising from work performed by or on behalf of the Special Event Host/Event Applicant.

B. ADDITIONAL INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS: The policies shall include, or be endorsed to include, the following provisions:
1. Special Event Host/Event Applicant’s insurance coverage shall be primary insurance with respect to all other available sources.
2. Coverage provided by the Special Event Host/Event Applicant shall not be limited to the liability assumed under the indemnification provisions under this or any other addendum, License Agreement, County Resolution, Special Event Application or any facility usage rental related to this event.

C. NOTICE OF CANCELLATION: With the exception of a 10 day notice of cancellation for non-payment of premium, any changes in the insurance policies above material to compliance with this. Such notice shall be sent directly to Special Event Host/Event Applicant and shall be sent by certified mail, return receipt requested.

D. ACCEPTABILITY OF INSURERS: Insurance is to be placed with duly licensed or approved non-admitted insurers in the state of Georgia with an "A.M. Best" rating of not less than A- VII. Henry County in no way warrants that the above-required minimum insurer rating is sufficient to protect the host organization from potential insurer insolvency.

E. VERIFICATION OF COVERAGE:

If a vendor has been required to supply a separate Certificate of Insurance with Henry County named as additional insured under section A.1.d or A.2.b and c, such vendor shall supply Certificates of Insurance to Special Event Host/Event Applicant prior to Certificates of Insurance and related Endorsements being submitted to the County. Failure of vendor to supply a proper Certificate of Insurance with shall result in such vendor not being permitted to participate in such event listed herein.

All Certificates of Insurance and related Endorsements are to be provided to Henry County by the Special Event Host/Event Applicant no less than 30 days prior to such event commencing. Henry County Risk Management must approve all Certificates of Insurance and Endorsements prior to event commencing. Special Event Host/Event Applicant’s failure to provide Certificates of Insurance and related Endorsements timely, or any Certificates of Insurance and related Endorsements that do not meet any requirement listed herein may result in the cancellation of such event.

The certificates denoting coverage on any insurance policy are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf.

Each insurance policy required for this event, must be in effect at or prior to commencement of the event and remain in effect for the duration of the event. Failure to maintain the insurance policies as required by this, or to provide evidence of renewal, is a material breach of the contract.

All Certificates of Insurance required for this Special Event shall be sent directly to Special Event Host/Event Applicant. The event name and/or description, including any permit or identifying number, shall be noted on the Certificate of Insurance. Henry County reserves the right to require complete, certified copies of all insurance policies required by this Addendum at any time.

Parking:

No equipment, vehicle, display or other film activity shall block access to a public facility such as a telephone booth, mailbox, parking meter, fire hydrant, traffic control box, driveway or other access point

Obtain applicable County/City/State approval for any on-street parking. Shall use five/ten or less on-street parking spaces in a commercial or office zoning district.

Written notification must be provided to surrounding property owners and written approval from property owners must be obtained when private property is being used and provided before final approval is granted by the community.

Private Security - Off Duty Law Enforcement Resources:

To arrange for off duty officers to provide security

Hourly cost is $25/hour with 4 hour minimum.

Pyrotechnics, Explosive Gasses (Propane, etc):

Fire Dept approval is needed for Pyrotechnics and Construction permit approval. This contact will be notified if pyrotechnics, explosives or location Construction is to be used at this location.

Sanitation: [Official Website for this Policy]

NOTE: Separate permits and approvals are required from Dept of Environmental Health! Please print the referenced Health Dept application
Use/Manual/SectionO_Appendix1.pdf

and return signed originals to:

Henry County Environmental Health, 137 Henry Parkway, McDonough, Ga 3053, attn: Glinda Scott 770 288 6190 with $200 application fee. gascott@dhr.state.ga.us

All sanitation facilities must comply with Dept of Human Resources, Public Health

RULES OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER 290-5-59
SPECIAL ONSITE SEWAGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

(see website for full descriptions and policies)

Partial list of requirements below

No temporary sanitary facility or trash receptacle may be located within 100 feet of a property line of any residential use.

No temporary sanitary facilities may be located on or within 10 feet of a storm drainage structure.
290-5-59-.02 DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings as indicated:
a) APPROVAL or APPROVED means acceptable or accepted by the Health Authority in accordance with applicable specifications stated herein or with additional criteria accepted by the Authority.

NON SEWERED TOILET SYSTEM means any portable structure used for the collection, temporary storage and chemical treatment of human body wastes that is not connected to an onsite sewage management system or public or community sewerage system.

i) ONSITE SEWAGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM means a sewage management system other than a public or community sewage treatment system, whether serving single or multiple buildings, mobile homes, recreational vehicles, residences or other facilities designed or used for human occupancy or congregation. Included are conventional septic tank systems, privies, and alternative onsite sewage management systems that may be approved by the local Health Authority.

SPECIAL EVENT means any activity attracting more than fifty (50) persons that is sponsored, organized, promoted, managed or financed by any person, group, partnership, organization, corporation, business or governmental entity where

individuals congregate to participate in or observe an activity in outdoor or portable enclosed or semi-enclosed structures for more than two (2) consecutive hours.
p) TOILET means a sanitary fixture meeting Health Authority and plumbing code requirements for receipt and conveyance of human body wastes to a public or community sewerage system or an onsite sewage management system.

4) Every premise shall be provided with at least one toilet, privy, or nonsewered toilet system in accordance with the following requirements:

a) Except as allowed in subparagraph (c) of the paragraph, every toilet shall be connected to a public or community sewerage system or to an approved onsite sewage management system.

b) Each venue and/or special event sponsor utilizing a holding tank system must have proof of a service contract.

c) Nonsewered toilet system(s) may be considered for approval by the Health Authority where sanitary facilities are needed on a temporary basis for the general public at a mass gathering or event and on and interim basis (one year maximum) for a limited defined group of people (i.e. employees and security personnel at a work site). A nonsewered toilet system shall be maintained in a sanitary manner.

) Employees at all work sites and the general public attending and participating in special events that are inadequately served by sewered toilet facilities should have easy access to nonsewered toilet systems that are maintained in a clean, sanitary, and functional condition for the protection of human health, safety and welfare. Where nonsewered toilet systems supplement or serve in lieu of sewered toilet facilities, the construction and maintenance of the sewered facilities shall meet the following standards:

a) All employers and sponsors of special events shall provide for acceptable nonsewered toilet systems when sewered toilets are not available or are insufficient in number at the worksite or location of the special event. Such systems shall be furnished by an individual or company licensed by the Health Authority in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph. Systems shall be maintained in a clean, sanitary and functional condition.

b) Special event sponsors shall obtain a permit for needed nonsewered toilets as a requirement for authorization to hold the event.

c) Determination of the number of toilets required during anticipated peak attendance at a special event shall be based on previously established calculations provided the environmental specialist and specific tables contained in the Sanitarian and Health Official Guide entitled “Portable Restroom Requirements at Special Events and Crowd Gatherings” as developed by the Center for Business and Industrial Studies, University of Missouri, St. Louis, and shall take into consideration any sewered seated or urinal toilets that may be present at the site of the special event.

6) Nonsewered toilets shall be constructed in the following prescribed manner and maintained in a clean, sanitary and functional condition:

a) A nonsewered toilet is a portable self-contained unit equipped with a waste-receiving holding container.

b) Rooms, buildings or shelters housing toilets shall be of solid construction, easy to clean, and provide shelter and privacy. The toilet room shall be ventilated to the outside and adequately lighted. All ventilation openings to the toilet room shall be covered with 16 mesh screen. Internal latches shall be provided to assure units from inadvertent entry.

c) Waste containers shall be fabricated from impervious materials. Containers shall be watertight and capable of containing the waste in a sanitary manner. Containers shall be adequate in size to be used by the number of persons, according to the schedule for minimum requirements under this Rule, without filling the container to more than half of its volume before regularly schedule service.

d) Service shall be performed at least once per week by a licensed nonsewered toilet service in accordance with this paragraph and as often as deemed necessary by the Health Authority.

e) Servicing shall include the use of a sanitizing solution for cleaning urinals and toilet seats, removing waste from containers, recharging containers with an odor-controlling solution and installing an adequate supply of toilet tissue. Employers and event sponsors shall be responsible for contracting servicing intervals frequent enough to ensure clean, sanitary facilities.

f) Any defective or inadequate toilet unit shall be repaired or withdrawn from service by locking or removal.

g) Removal of waste shall be conducted in a clean and sanitary manner by means of a vacuum hose to a leak proof tank truck on which all ports are properly valved and capped. Contractor is responsible for clean up of all spillage during unit servicing.

h) Provisions shall be made so service trucks have safe and convenience access at all times to the toilets to be serviced.

i) Disposal of waste from tank trucks shall be in accordance with the Health authority requirements.

7) The location of non sewered toilets shall be as close as practical to the highest concentration of employees or to the participants, observers and employees of special events. However, the units should be placed as far from the food service area as possible. The safety of users shall be a consideration in the placement of units. At special events, toilet facilities shall be located convenient to participants and accessible at all times for maintenance by truck.

290-5-59.04 ENFORCEMENT the administration and enforcement of this Chapter shall be in accordance with O.C.G.A. Chapter 31-5 or its successor.

APPLICATION AND PLANS
Review/approval process
Must be submitted within 30 days prior to the actual event
Site evaluation
Secure permit and appropriate fees
Site inspection (prior to and during event)
Site assessment following the venue

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR ENFORCEMENT
1st violation of regulation - notice to comply
2nd violation of regulation - (same offense) - citation issues for court

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Plan submittal/review - all responsibilities for plan submittal and review, including application and/or checklists, permitting and collection of fees shall be with the local county health authority.

Each venue and related sites pertaining to the venue must be provided with adequate sewage disposal facilities (either sewered or nonsewered toilets)

Signs and Banners:

Signs associated with film productions may not exceed thirty two (32) square feet in size.

Stake signs eight square feet and smaller are exempt from sign fees. Anything larger requires, a sign permit fee and will have to be reviewed by Planning and Zoning.

Signs shall not be place within Right of Way. Please indicate any signage you will be placing in the Community including signage directing crew to site, dates the signs will be posted, when they will be removed.

All signage must be removed by film production crew and information must be provided for the person responsible for removing signs (name, phone, email).

No modification of any street sign, street light, traffic signal or other traffic control device shall be permitted without written approval from the Public Works Director or his/her designee.

Site Plan Document:

Submit site plan of location including location of any structures to be used, access points, signage, parking, etc., no larger in size than 11 inches by 17 inches, with dimensions (distances in feet) of the activity's location from each site(s) property lines and other minimum distance requirements as specified by this section shall be submitted for approval.

Said drawing shall also depict north arrow, curb cuts and traffic patterns, and address numbers of locations to be used.

Any new curb cut location (including temporary) shall meet the minimum sight distance requirements and spacing requirements.

Any temporary curb cut shall be removed by the applicant upon completion of use and restored to original condition or better.

Special Effects - Explosions:

Fire Dept approval is needed for Pyrotechnics and Construction permit approval. This contact will be notified if pyrotechnics or location Construction is to be used at this location.

Applicable agency (County/City/State) to be notified for any blasting that is within Right of Way or within a proximity that may affect Right of Way.

Special Effects - Open Flame, Campfires, Sparks, Cooking on Site:

Fire Department approval is needed for all outdoor burning. A determination of what, if any, staffing and apparatus will be required for activities such as stunts, pyrotechnics, explosions, fireworks, fire/open flame, and use of explosive gasses will be determined on a case by case basis.

Standard Staffing levels shall apply to all equipment. Personnel shall be paid at cost (actual wages).

Apparatus per diem rates are as follows: Class A pumper $500, Brush Truck $100, ALS Ambulance $300, and Aerial Ladder $500.

Stunts, General:

Fire Department approval is needed for all stunts. A determination of what, if any, staffing and apparatus will be required for activities such as stunts, pyrotechnics, explosions, fireworks, fire/open flame, and use of explosive gasses will be determined on a case by case basis.

Standard Staffing levels shall apply to all equipment. Personnel shall be paid at cost (actual wages).

Apparatus per diem rates are as follows: Class A pumper $500, Brush Truck $100, ALS Ambulance $300, and Aerial Ladder $500.

Temporary Structures and Buildings:

A permit is required for Set Construction. This contact will be notified if pyrotechnics, explosives or location construction is to be used at this location.

Tents:

Tent permits are required for the 2006 international Fire Code, Section 105.6.43 for all temporary membrane structures or tents/canopies having an area in excess of 750 square feet. An inspection shall be required before the tent is occupied. The following list of requirements apply:

1) Site Plan required, showing:
- Tent dimensions
- Show fire lane on at least one side of the tent
- Location of nearest fire hydrant
- Location of nearest vehicle parking with distance specified
• Location of nearest building with distance specified
• Planned layout under the tents; exit path widths, seating, display items, etc.
• Location of fire extinguishers for the tent
• A note shall be on the submitted plan stating "NO SMOKING" sign shall be posted on site.
- A note shall be on the submitted plan stating "No smoking, no fireworks, no open flame devices or fire will be used within the tent/canopy".
- A note on the submitted plan stating a 2A-10BC Fire Extinguisher will be provided at the site.
- A certificate of flame retardant treatment by an acceptable testing laboratory shall be provided
- An approved site plan shall be kept at the site and available for the inspector when the tent inspection is conducted.

If tent is occupied at night, use of self illuminated exit signs (battery powered backup) are required in tents. (in case power, generator fail).

Traffic and Lane Closures:

Henry County DOT will provide coordination of road closures in the county. Note: This department's representative will be automatically notified by FLIPSFilm if "road closure" is selected in the application for the community.

While no permit for road closures is required, nor fees charged, applicants must get their traffic control plan approved prior to permit issuance. Traffic Control plan must comply with MUTCD specifications.

If closures of roads, alleys, sidewalks are to be used, name of vendor providing barricades/electronic signs or other devices is to be provided at application.

If Streets are blocked or traffic disrupted in any manner, law enforcement officers must be used; minimum of 3 hours per police office; number of officers required may depend on complexity of filming and location; emergency vehicle access must be maintained at all times.

Property owners affected by blocked streets/alleys/sidewalks must be notified in writing at least 48 hours prior to filming at that location.

Vendor shall be GDOT approved for Traffic Control and shall perform all sign/barrier placements per MUTCD.

http://mutcd.fhwa.dot.gov/

Traffic control - sidewalks, alleys:

If closures of roads, alleys, sidewalks are to be used, name of vendor providing barricades/electronic signs or other devices is to be provided at application.

Vendor shall be GDOT approved for Traffic Control and shall perform all sign/barrier placements and all traffic control measures to be per MUTCD

Approval required from applicable agency (County/City/State) and closure of sidewalk to be per MUTCD.

Use of County Logo, etc.:

Use of any of Henry County's logos, vehicle graphics, or badges may not be used without written permission from County Manager.

Use of Govt Property:

Prior approval by the County Manager is required for use of County Government property is required and is subject to the other terms of the Community's policies.

The cities within Henry County should be contacted directly regarding the use of city government property within Henry County.

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