Trinidad and Tobago: NCC shares reminder for deadline for application for Carnival 2023 permits

Trinidad and Tobago: NCC shares reminder for deadline for application for Carnival 2023 permits

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Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago: The National Carnival Commission (NCC) of the twin-island country of Trinidad and Tobago has reminded for Carnival 2023 permits’ application deadline. The reminder was shared on February 12, 2023 (Sunday).

The Carnival Commission took social media to share the message and stated, “The National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago (NCC) wishes to remind the public of the deadline for application for Carnival 2023 permits.”

According to the post, these permits are necessary for all members of the public driving in Port of Spain on Carnival Saturday, Carnival Monday, and Carnival Tuesday.

The message conveyed by the commission further stated that all are kindly asked to note that Tuesday, February 14 and Thursday, February 16, are the designated days when vehicle inspections will be carried out for the issue of Carnival 2023 permits.

“The NCC One Shop at the Queen’s Park Savannah will be open on these days to facilitate permit applicants. The Shop’s hours are 9 am to 4 pm,” it furthermore informed.

The NCC further also reminded the general public that they can also apply for Carnival Permits at any of the following three Licensing Offices:

• Wrightson Road Licensing Office
• San Fernando Licensing Office
• Caroni Licensing Office

In addition to this, it asked the interested candidates to present some important documents. The post stated, “Please note in order to capitalise on this opportunity, the following must be presented:
1. Driver/operator/owner of the vehicle must at least present a letter from the Band Leader
2. It is also advisable that persons should take steps to complete the full application process for the Carnival Permit on the same day.”

While concluding the notifying message the National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago thanked the general public for its continuous support. It said, “The NCC thanks the public for its ongoing support.”