2021 Resident Park Pass Applications are now being accepted. The Parks and Recreation Department will begin issuing the 2021 Resident Park Passes after January 1st, 2021 (distribution is subject to change based upon current COVID-19 restrictions).
2021 Resident Park Pass Application (Online)
2021 Resident Park Pass Application (pdf version)
Replacement Park Pass Application
Please return the application to the Pier Park OR email to email@example.com
Park Passes will be available to pick up after January 1st, 2021 upon submission of the application to the Pier Park.
In order to gain access to Pier Park, all residents must submit a Park Pass Application. All Park Passes are valid from January 1st - December 31st. Park Pass Applications are processed within one to two weeks, once processed residents must come to Pier Park in person to pick up their Park Passes. All residents 18 and older must show ID, wives may pick up husbands and vice versa. Park Passes must be presented at each entry into Pier Park.
Dog Park Passes
The Dog Park is available to residents of Grosse Pointe Farms on a pass basis. To be able to enter the dog park all dogs must obtain a dog license from City Hall along along with providing current vaccination records of Rabies, DHPP and Bordatella prior to be being issued a dog park pass. Residents can purchase a dog license online by clicking here. Residents can apply for the dog park pass by clicking here.
Caregiver Park Passes
Caregiver Parks Passes are meant to be used for a Caregiver that may potentially bring children to visit Pier Park. Caregiver's may only gain access into Pier Park when working and with the resident for whom they are giving care. Caregiver Park Pass Applications may take up to two weeks to process. Once processed, the Pass will be mailed to the Resident's address.
Temporary Non-Resident Park Passes
Temporary Non-Resident Park Passes are meant for household guests that reside outside of Wayne, Macomb and Oakland Counties. For instance, if a Grosse Pointe Farms resident has a family member visiting from Chicago and staying for a week, the resident may apply for a Temporary Non-Resident Park Pass for that family member. Temporary Non-Resident Park Pass Applications may take up to two weeks to process. Once processed, the Pass will be mailed to the Resident's address.