Event planners are scrambling to make sure all their guests can enjoy their event.
With more than 1,400 events planned in the city this year, many are preparing for a busy summer.
For a look at some of the best, we turned to the experts.1.
Event planning: Find a location that’s a good fit for you.
For example, a popular destination downtown is popular among event planners because it’s near the airport, where the airport is busy with flights.2.
Prepare ahead of time: If you plan ahead, you can make sure your guests are ready to go, so that when you arrive, they know what to expect.3.
Plan your trip to the venue: There are a number of options for a pre-event plan, including a prearranged date, a preplanned route and a planned departure time.
For the best event, make sure you have the right information in advance.
For details on pre-arranged events, check out the Phoenix Events website.4.
Check the weather: You can find out when and where your event will take place by checking local weather forecasts and checking local and regional air traffic.5.
Consider the number of people: If there are fewer people than expected, plan accordingly.
For instance, the Phoenix City Council recently voted to move the Summer Festival to a different time of year, so fewer people can be there to enjoy the festival.6.
Plan for parking: Parking is available for free at a number park-and-ride lots in the Phoenix area.
Some parking lots will also allow you to purchase parking passes at $3 a day.7.
Plan a hotel: Find out if your hotel is nearby, and how much it will cost to stay there.8.
Consider a rental car: Some hotels have car rental companies that can help you plan your rental.
For more information on rental cars and how to book them, check our website.9.
Know the venue rules: Some events require guests to wear masks, which can make for some difficult planning.
For this reason, check with the event organizers to ensure they have a policy in place for those events.10.
Consider whether you’ll be able to see your guests: The Phoenix Police Department recommends that guests wear face masks.
Check with the city to see if it’s a city-sanctioned event.11.
Make sure you know the city’s public transportation options: Public transportation is available to many of the citys events, and the Phoenix Transit Authority can be found at (602) 782-7888.12.
Be prepared to pay: Parking tickets can cost $10 to $15, depending on how many people will be attending.
If you have to pay, be prepared to provide your credit card information.13.
Know if your event is free: If your event requires guests to pay cash or credit cards, make arrangements to pay at the venue, whether or not your event charges admission fees.14.
Get your hotel information: Make sure the hotel is located within walking distance of the venue.
If the hotel has a parking lot, be sure to get your car information, and check to see how much parking there is available.15.
Be aware of the weather and parking: The sunsets and sunsets are the most popular time of day for Phoenix, and there are plenty of outdoor activities happening throughout the city.
However, the city does have some other weather-related rules that can make planning a little tricky.
If you are unsure about the weather conditions and if the city has an event that requires guests wear masks or masks with face shields, make an appointment to discuss the issue with the hotel.