Downtown Saint Paul Park Rental Rates

To reserve space at downtown and small park locations, contact the Permit Office Mon-Fri: 7:30am - 4:30pm at 651-266-6400 or

The rates below apply to Osborn Plaza, Hamm Memorial Plaza, Irvine Park, Kellogg Mall Park, Landmark Plaza, Mears Park, Rice Park, Summit Overlook Park,  and Wacouta Commons. Tax is not included. 

Attendance 2 Hours (Minimum)Each Additional Hour
0 – 250$150.00$75.00
251 – 500$250.00 $125.00
501 – 999$300.00 $150.00
1000 +Refer to Large Event Planning

Small Park Rentals

The rates below apply to Boyd, Carty, Cochran, Mattocks, Nathan Hale, Summit Monument, and Western Sculpture Park, for small events such as wedding ceremonies. Other event rates will be determined based on size and impact to park. Minimum 4 hour rental. Tax is not included. 

 1 Session (4 hrs)Each Add’l Session
SMALL PARKS$75.00 $75.00

Additional Information

  • Application deadline: All permit applications must be made at least fourteen days prior to the event.
  • Portable restrooms: All events lasting 2 hours or more are required to provide restrooms to accommodate the estimated attendance. The number of restrooms will be determined by Parks staff. Restroom rental cost is the responsibility of the permit holder.
  • Tents: Charge for one site is $55.00. Additional tents are $30.00 each. Note: Only weighted tents are allowed in the downtown parks. Staked tents may be erected in Landmark Plaza only if using permanent design features for tents. The Permit Office must be notified at least 7 days prior to an event.
  • Closing Market Street: The Department of Parks and Recreation may require closing Market Street (between 5th and 6th) with Landmark Plaza rentals. Permit holder may request closure of Market Street (between 5th and 6th) with the approval of the Department of Parks and Recreation. The Department of Parks and Recreation’s fee for closure of Market Street is $100.00 and requires 14 days advance notice. Permit holder must also contact Public Works (651-266-6151) at least 14 days in advance of event to obtain a permit for closing the street and to pay for the lost meter and per meter charges.
  • Alcohol: Please refer to Event Planning.
  • Agreements: The Department may require a separate agreement for an event. The language in any agreement between the Department and a permit holder may supersede the rates listed here.
  • Grills: There are no grills allowed in any downtown parks. 
  • Answers to many common questions can be found in our Park Permit Rules and Regulations.

Cancellations & Changes

Last Edited: March 12, 2024