8.40.020: DEFINITIONS:
For the purpose of this chapter, the following words shall have the following meanings:
The person, or group of people, who is or are the organizer(s) and with whom the responsibility for conducting the event lays. The applicant signs the special event application and all other documents relevant to the event.
A company of persons gathered together at any location at any single time for any purpose.
An organized competitive or recreational event in which a group of people collectively engage in a sport or form of physical exercise, including but not limited to running, jogging, walking, bicycling or skating, on any county street in unincorporated Cache County or upon public or private property in the unincorporated area of Cache County.
An organized event having as its primary purpose the entertainment or amusement of a group of people, including but not limited to parades, carnivals, fairs, concerts, block parties or neighborhood gatherings, on public or private property within the unincorporated Cache County.
The definition as contained in Utah Code Annotated section, 11-61-102(1) that occurs on any county road in unincorporated Cache County or upon property owned by Cache County, or private property in the unincorporated area of Cache County and includes:
1.   Peacefully assembling, protesting, or speaking;
2.   Distributing literature;
3.   Carrying a sign; or
4.   Signature gathering or circulating a petition.
Any individual, natural person, partnership, corporation, firm, company, association, society, or group.
1.   Any assembly, athletic event, or entertainment event:
   a.   Whether held for profit, non-profit, or charitable purposes;
   b.   Where the anticipated assembly of persons, including spectators and participants, is one hundred (100) or more;
   c.   That impacts the county by involving the use of, or having impact on, county owned, leased, or controlled property, or requiring county licensing or services beyond the scope of normal business or outside the permitted use of the property.
2.   A special event includes activities and events that meet the definition of agritourism as defined in title 17 of this code and occur twenty one (21) days or less per calendar year.
An event that is occasioned by news or affairs coming into public knowledge less than forty eight (48) hours prior to the event and is conducted at a public forum.
Using any portion of a public road or the public right- of- way for an athletic event, entertainment event, political event, or special event. Any other group activity that impedes, blocks, or otherwise interferes with the normal flow of traffic is also considered to be using a public road for purposes of this chapter. (Ord. 2012-03, 4-24-2012, eff. 5-9-2012; amd. Ord. 2019-07, 11-26-2019)