The Chief of Police or other authorized city official shall issue a permit when, from a consideration of the application and from other information obtained, he or she finds that:
   (A)   The conduct of the parade will not substantially interrupt the safe and orderly movement of other traffic contiguous to its route;
   (B)   The conduct of the parade will not require the diversion of so great a number of police officers of the city to properly police the line of movement and the areas contiguous thereto as to prevent normal police protection to the city;
   (C)   The conduct of the parade will not require the diversion of so great a number of ambulances as to prevent normal ambulance service to portions of the city other than that to be occupied by the proposed line of march and areas contiguous thereto;
   (D)   The concentration of persons, animals and vehicles at assembly points of the parade will not unduly interfere with proper fire and police protection of, or ambulance service to, areas contiguous to the assembly areas;
   (E)   The conduct of the parade will not interfere with the movement of firefighting equipment en route to a fire;
   (F)   The parade is scheduled to move from its point of origin to its point of termination expeditiously and without unreasonable delays en route;
   (G)   The parade is not to be held for the sole purpose of advertising any product, goods or event, and is not designated to be held purely for private profit; and
   (H)   The parade, if it takes the form of cruising, has the approval in writing of the owner or an authorized agent of the owner for the use of the parking lot which is the site of the parade.
(1999 Code, § 71.123)  Penalty, see § 71.999