3-4-2: DEFINITIONS:
CITY CLERK: The Licensing Officer of the City of Eagle.
MOBILE FOOD CONCESSIONS: Carts or motor vehicles from which food and beverages are sold.
NONMOBILE FOOD CONCESSIONS: Stands from which food and beverages are sold that are not designed to be moved during operation. Includes semipermanent structures open seasonally and permanent structures.
ORGANIZER: The person who coordinates and/or promotes one or more vendors, activities and/or venues in order to create or produce a special event, and/or the applicant in whose name a City of Eagle special event permit for an outdoor market or special event is held.
PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER: Licensing Officer, Code enforcement personnel, fireman and police officer.
SOLICITOR: An individual, including an employee or agent of a group of individuals, partnership, or corporation, whether a resident of the City or not, who is taking or attempting to take, whether in person or by telephone, orders for sale of food, beverages, goods, merchandise or services to be furnished or performed in the future, whether he is collecting advance payments on such sales or not. Such definitions shall include any person who, for himself or for another person, hires, leases, uses or occupies any building, structure, or motor vehicle within the City for the sole purpose of exhibiting samples and taking orders for future delivery.
SPECIAL EVENT: The temporary use, with a valid permit, of public property and/or property accessible by the general public, including streets, beaches, parks, community centers and waterways, for the purpose of conducting certain short term events such as art shows, music concerts, fundraising events, sidewalk sales, amusement attractions, circuses, carnivals, rodeos, swap meets, sporting events, grand openings, promotional sales, including, but not limited to, organized float trips, contests, street dances, tournaments, walk-a-thons, marathons, races, food truck rallies, exhibitions or related activities.
TEMPORARY: One year (12 consecutive months) or less.
TEMPORARY MERCHANT: Any person whether owner or otherwise, whether a resident of the City or not, who engages in a temporary business of selling and delivering goods, wares, merchandise and services within the City.
VENDOR: Any person, including an employee or agent of a group of individuals, partnership, or corporation, who sells or offers to take orders for goods or merchandise from a stand, cart, motor vehicle or any other type of conveyance or from his or her person. The word vendor shall include the words "hauler", "huckster" and "peddler".
VENDOR CART: A movable and/or wheeled cart designed to be propelled by human power and operated by a vendor standing adjacent. Goods sold from a cart may include, but are not limited to, perishable and nonperishable food items, merchandise, and sundries.
VENDOR STAND: A nonpermanent, immobile structure, booth, stall, counter or the like operated by a vendor standing on or within the frame of the structure, booth, stall, counter or the like. Goods sold from a stand may include, but are not limited to, perishable and nonperishable food items, merchandise, and sundries. (Ord. 791, 4-24-2018, eff. 6-1-2018)