§ 100.03  APPLICATION FOR PERMIT.
   Application for a permit must be made to the Village Clerk at least 30 calendar days prior to the special event.  In addition to such information as the Village Clerk may require, the application shall also include:
   (A)   The name, address, date of birth and telephone number of the applicant; or, if the applicant is not a natural person, the name, business address, telephone number and contact person of the applicant;
   (B)   The premises upon which the special event is proposed and the proposed parking areas and traffic circulation plans for the special event;
   (C)   The proposed dates and hours of operation of the special event, including the projected set-up and take-down time frames;
   (D)   A detailed description of the special event, including its name, and the number and types of rides, equipment, stages and attractions to be located, displayed, operated or maintained at the special event;
   (E)   A non-refundable permit application fee in the amount of $250. The permit application fee shall be waivable for government and not-for-profit special events;
   (F)   Proof of general liability insurance of each the applicant and owner of the property on which the special event will occur covering all operations contemplated at the special event in amounts of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 general aggregate. Such policy shall be in force and effect for all days the special event is in operation, including days for set-up and take-down. The policy must name the village as an insured and shall save the village harmless from any and all liabilities or causes of action which might arise by virtue of granting the permit and the operation of the special event pursuant thereto;
   (G)   A fee in the amount of $1 per projected attendee at the special event to compensate the village for the cost of assigning police and other personnel to the special event;
   (H)   The applicant has filed a cash deposit or bond issued by a company authorized to do business in the State of Illinois in the amount of $2,000 conditioned upon the applicant causing no damage to the public or private property in the village, and further conditioned upon the fact that the applicant will remove all dirt, paper, litter, and other debris, generated by its operations, from the special event premises and adjoining premises upon completion of its operation in the village. Such cash deposit or bond shall be returned to the applicant upon certification by the village Services Director that all conditions of this chapter have been complied with; and
   (I)   Religious organizations and organizations exempt from income taxation pursuant to § 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. § 1 et seq., shall be exempt from the requirements of divisions (E), (G) and (H) of this section.
(Ord. 2330, passed 10-6-2016)