§ 115.01  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   STREET VENDOR.  A person or persons, including a business entity, who sells items, including but not limited to crafts, artwork, trinkets, souvenirs, produce or animal products from temporary shelters, stands, vehicles or carts on a seasonal basis. Any person or entity that allows the sale of items on property they own or control by a person who has not registered with the city under § 115.02 shall also be considered a street vendor for all purposes related to this chapter.
   TEMPORARY FOOD VENDOR. A person or persons, including a business entity, who operates an intermittent temporary restaurant, seasonal temporary restaurant, single event temporary restaurant, or mobile unit as defined below:
      INTERMITTENT TEMPORARY RESTAURANT. An establishment that operates temporarily at a specific location in connection with multiple public gatherings, entertainment events, food product promotions or other events, at least two of which are arranged for by different oversight organizations; and where food is prepared or served for consumption by the public.
      MOBILE UNIT. Any vehicle on which food is prepared, processed or converted or which is used in selling and dispensing food to the ultimate consumer.
      SEASONAL TEMPORARY RESTAURANT. An establishment that operates at a specific location in connection with multiple public gatherings, entertainment events, food product promotions or other events that are arranged for by the same oversight organization; and where food is prepared or served for consumption by the public.
      SINGLE EVENT TEMPORARY RESTAURANT. An establishment that operates in connection with a single public gathering, entertainment event, food product promotion or other event; and where food is prepared or served for consumption by the public.
(Ord. 450, passed 4-8-2019)