2024 Spring & Summer CUAs Application Process
APPLICATION DEADLINE - SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 2024
To view tutorials on how to apply for a CUA using COARS please visit: How to Apply for a Commercial Use Authorization (CUA) Permit.
Annual Report Form
The annual report form collects information on number of clients, trips, and revenue earned from the CUA holder’s operations in the park for the operating year.
Management fees at Glacier National Park are based on a percentage of the gross receipts earned for authorized commercial activities conducted in the park during the operating year.
Management fees are required for the following CUAs:
Management Fees are calculated using the amount reported under Gross Receipts (question 8) on the NPS 10-660 Form.
To Complete Reporting and Payment Process:
This process is applicable to 2022/2023 Winter CUA holders, 2023 Spring/Summer CUA holders, and 2023/2024 Winter CUA holders. 2024 Spring/Summer CUA holders will have a different process with the online system.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding annual reports and management fees, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CUA Suspension, Revocation or DenialCUA holders and their employees are required to meet the conditions of the CUA while operating within Glacier National Park. Failure to meet these conditions may result in CUA suspension, restriction, revocation or application denial. Review Glacier National Park's CUA Suspension, Restriction, Revocation and Application Denial Policy.
Last updated: December 7, 2023