(A)   Permits are issued for the exclusive use of park facilities at the administrative office of the Department.
   (B)   Permits are not transferable.
   (C)   The permitee or a permitee's designated representative shall be in attendance at all times and have physical possession of the permit.
   (D)   Any permit granted pursuant to this chapter may be revoked upon the violation of the permitee, or associated individual(s), of any provision of the permit.
   (E)   It shall be unlawful for any person to occupy the area designated as reserved by a permit. In all cases of disagreement the City Police shall make the final decision.
   (F)   Reservations may be made for all pavilions and gardens by phone or in person up to 12 months in advance.
   (G)   Reservations are not required for the use of fireplaces, outdoor grills, and other picnic facilities.
   (H)   Softball and baseball diamonds, athletic fields, tennis courts and horseshoe courts may be reserved for exclusive use by leagues and/or individuals by obtaining a permit issued at the administrative offices of the Department.
   (I)   The tennis courts are to be used for tennis only. All other activity is prohibited except as authorized by the Department. In all cases of disagreements as to the use of the courts, the Fort Wayne Police Department shall make the final decision based on a priority basis where all Fort Wayne Park and Recreation Department programs have first priority, individual permit holders have second priority (during the time listed on their permit), and the walk-ons have third priority.
   (J)   League reservations will be accepted at a specified time prior to the program season. Individual and practice permits will be issued no more than two weeks in advance in a timely manner.
   (K)   The person or organization to whom a permit or reservation is issued is responsible for any damage to the building, equipment or grounds. The permit holder is also responsible for maintenance, outside of routine cleaning, necessary to restore the premises to the condition in which they were received.
   (L)   No person or organization, without the prior written authorization of the Department, shall charge a fee for admission to or participation in an event.
(Ord. G-21-04, passed 9-14-04) Penalty, see § 97.99