How To Register your Party:
- Current students can register their Friday or Saturday parties.
- You will need to provide your address, the name of the host,
two phone numbers, and 2 forms of IDs to confirm the party host is
18+ (State and Current Student ID).
- We will provide you with information about the Party
Registration program, along with ways to have a successful party.
- You will need to sign a
form acknowledging that you received all the information
and that the information you provided is correct.
Examples of these forms are down below.
What Scenarios Could Happen During a Party?
- If a noise complaint is received by Police Dispatch, the party
host could receive a call informing them about the complaint.
- If the host does not answer the call they will leave a message
and call the second number.
- If the second number is not answered they will leave another
- From the time of the first phone call, the party host will have
20-minutes to break up their party.
- If a second noise complaint is received after the 20-minute
grace period, dispatch will send an officer to the residence to
deal with the noise.
- If there are any other problems, besides noise violations, then
the 20 minutes warning does not apply.
Party Registration Has Some Holidays!
Stop by our office to register your party for the following
Holidays: Halloween, New Years, St. Patrick's, and 4th of July; or
just year round Friday or Saturday Parties, and receive information
on how to party smart. We still offer Party Packs that have
individual neighbor notices, and other handouts. Click on our Party
Smart button to get tips and other helpful advice.
Be Prepared...for fun, for safety, for the
Colorado State University and the City of Fort Collins have teamed
up to launch an innovative program to address noise complaints.
Party Registration offers CSU students who live off campus the
ability to register their party at Off-Campus Life and possibly
avoid fines. Fort Collins residents also have the ability to
register throughout the city.
Benefits of the Program
- Saves party host money (fines), a criminal record, and possibly
disciplinary actions held by CSU.
- Helps neighbors by taking care of noise and nuisance complaints
quickly and efficiently.
- Saves the city resources by taking action quickly, and easily.
- Educates students about partying safely and responsibly; these
students may avoid a noise ticket simply because they became a more
“informed” party host by stopping in at Off-Campus Life.
Registration Form Example