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    A. Our office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Permits are issued between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.


    A. FilmBernco is located at 415 Tijeras NW, second floor.


    A. There is NO fee for permits.


    A. You can bring in your permit forms already filled out, a “scope of work” and a certificate of insurance. If you are applying for a shooting or base camp permit, you must also supply your insurance information. Please contact FilmBernco at (505) 314-0495.


    A. Yes, you can email permits to acolburn@bernco.gov or fax it to (505) 462-9864.


    A. FilmBernco requires a general liability policy for at least $1 million naming “Bernalillo County" as an additional insured.


    A. You will need police assistance if your shoot involves any interruption of traffic, stunts, weapons or if your actors are wearing Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department or other costumes resembling uniformed services personnel in Bernalillo County.


    A. If you need police assistance, please contact FilmBernco at (505) 314-0495 and we will contact the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department to assist you with your shoot.


    A. For locations such as county parks, buildings or properties please contact FilmBernco at (505) 314-0495, and we will provide you with the appropriate contact information.


    A. Permits are reviewed the same day they are brought in. The amount of time it takes to get a permit signed depends on the complexity of the permit and how many people are in line ahead of you. FilmBernco makes every effort to process your permit as quickly as possible.


    A. If your school has insurance on file with FilmBernco, you need to obtain a letter from your school stating your name, dates of shoot and a statement that it is a school-sanctioned production. Bring your student identification because permits will only be issued to the student named in the school letter.


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      Location:
      City/County Building, Vincent E. Griego Chambers, One Civic Plaza NW.

    • Zoning Administration hearings begin at 9 a.m. at the City/County Building, Vincent E. Griego Chambers, Concourse Level Two, located at One Civic Plaza NW. Discussion with County staff members concerning your request is strongly recommended prior to filing an application. The discussion will help to advise you of the relevant regulations and criteria concerning your request.
      Location:
      City/County Building, Vincent E. Griego Chambers, One Civic Plaza NW.

    • Zoning Administration hearings begin at 9 a.m. at the City/County Building, Vincent E. Griego Chambers, Concourse Level Two, located at One Civic Plaza NW. Discussion with County staff members concerning your request is strongly recommended prior to filing an application. The discussion will help to advise you of the relevant regulations and criteria concerning your request.
      Location:
      City/County Building, Vincent E. Griego Chambers, One Civic Plaza NW.

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