The Chief of Police or the Chief’s designee is authorized to issue to eligible persons written permits for the use of contrary to the provisions of § 12.36 if he or she determines that the proposed use is for lawful purposes and will be carried out in a safe manner. Examples of situations in which a permit might issue include without limitation: the possession and display of for artistic purposes during theatrical productions; the use of firearms by authorized participants in an ; and the use of explosive devices or other for research, educational or scientific purposes. The Chief of Police or Chief’s designee may impose conditions to ensure the lawful and safe use of the permit and may specify the type of to be used and the times, places and circumstances of use. A permit issued under this Division H is for the person, location and dates specified in the approved permit application and is not transferable from person to person or place to place. A permit issued under this Division H, in order to be valid, must be in the possession of the person to whom it issued at all times during the permit holder’s use of a . The permit application must be in writing and include at least the following information:
   (a)   The applicant’s full name and date of birth;
   (b)   The applicant’s residential address;
   (c)   The period of time for which the permit is desired;
   (d)   The proposed use of the ;
   (e)   The exact location(s) of the proposed use;
   (f)   The type of for which a permit is desired; and
   (g)   Any other information the Chief of Police or the Chief’s designee deems useful to review the application.
(1958 Code, § 164.01)  (Ord. 66-13, passed 2-21-1966; deleted and added by Ord. 94-49, passed 9-19-1994; Ord. 95-29, passed 12-18-1995; recodified by Ord. 98-53, passed 11-16-1998; deleted and added by Ord. 2007-40, passed 11-5-2007)