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(a) A person seeking a parade or public assembly permit shall file an application with the Chief of Police on forms provided by such officer and the application shall be signed by the applicant under oath.
(b) For single, non-recurring parades or public assemblies, an application for a permit shall be filed with the Chief of Police at least ten (10) and not more than one hundred eighty (180) days before the parade or public assembly is proposed to commence. The Chief of Police may waive the minimum ten (10) day filing period and accept an application filed within a shorter period if, after due consideration of the date, time, place, and nature of the parade or public assembly, the anticipated number of participants, and the city services required in connection with the event, the Chief of Police determines that the waiver will not present a hazard to public safety.
(c) For parades or public assemblies held on a regular or recurring basis at the same location, an application for a permit covering all such parades or assemblies during that calendar year may be filed with the Chief of Police at least thirty (30) and not more than one hundred eighty (180) days before the date and time at which the first such parade or public assembly is proposed to commence. The Chief of Police may waive the minimum thirty (30) day period after due consideration of the factors specified in subsection (b) above.
(Ord. No. 1574, 6-27-00; Am. Ord. No. 1578, 9-12-00)