(A)   For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      TEMPORARY VENDORS. Any person, firm or corporation engaging in the sale of firewood, Christmas trees, fruit, produce or foodstuffs, and which begins doing business with the intent to remain in a given location for not more than the time period specified herein. Food trucks licensed under Oklahoma Health Department Rules are not included in the definition of TEMPORARY VENDORS.
   (B)   No person shall operate as a temporary vendor in the city unless a license has been issued and a tax paid, in accordance with § 110.02. A separate license shall be required for each vendor. The issuance of the license shall be conditioned upon the following:
      (1)   The temporary vending operation is located in either the C-G, commercial general, C-H, commercial highway, CBD, central business district, or E-I, educational-institutional, zoning districts.
      (2)   The temporary vendor must submit to the city a written statement from the property owner authorizing the vending to take place;
      (3)   Adequate off-street parking is provided, as required;
      (4)   Where fruit, produce, or foodstuffs are to be sold, the temporary vendor has obtained applicable permits of the Health Department; and
      (5)   If the vendor is to receive money in advance of final delivery, then a surety or cash occupation bond in the amount of $1,000 shall be provided in a manner similar to § 116.04.
   (C)   All structural, electrical, or plumbing installations shall be made in accordance with applicable city codes.
   (D)   No more than two signs, with a combined total of 50 square feet in area, shall be permitted for each property, regardless of the number of vendors using the site. The signs may be mounted on a vehicle or structure located off the public right-of-way.
   (E)   Temporary vending shall be exempt from open display regulations, provided that no sales or display of merchandise shall be permitted on public right-of-way.
   (F)   A licensee shall not operate at any given location for more than 150 days in a calendar year.
   (G)   Upon expiration of the license, the licensee shall remove all merchandise and other material from the premises.
(Prior Code, § 10-1905) (Ord. 1412, passed 11-6-87; Am. Ord. 1593, passed 5-8-98; Am. Ord. 1605, passed 2-2-99; Am. Ord. 1849, passed 4-19-11; Am. Ord. 1881, passed 6-17-14; Am. Ord. 1929, passed 4-4-17) Penalty, see § 10.99