§ 32.073  GENERAL MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR ALL PERMITTEES.
   All activities conducted pursuant to a permit required hereby shall be conducted in accordance with the following minimum standards.
   (A)   To qualify as a permittee, the permittee must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the approving agency that he or she has sufficient experience in the proposed activity to properly conduct such activity.
   (B)   The permittee shall, prior to exercising the privileges of the permit, and during the term of his or her permit, be current on state, federal and local licenses required at each phase of his or her activity and comply at all times during the term of the permit with all state, federal and local laws and regulations.
   (C)   The permittee, prior to entering the premises, shall provide the city with a minimum of $1,000,000 single limit bodily injury and property damage liability insurance on said premises in companies satisfactory to the city. The city shall be named “additional insured” and provided with a copy of the additional insured endorsement for any and all policies. The city shall be given at least ten days prior written notice of policy alterations, cancellations or deletions.
   (D)   Special event permits granted hereunder shall be valid for a maximum period of 30 calendar days. Seasonal permits shall be valid for the inclusive dates of issuance but not to exceed a period of 12 calendar months. The governing agency shall establish the hours, days and location of the activity.
   (E)   Fees and charges for permits, public safety support and other special accommodations shall be assessed for all special events and seasonal activities where applicable. The fees and charges shall be periodically set by resolution of the City Council and shall not be based on gross receipts of the permittee.
   (F)   Each permittee shall be responsible for and pay for all utility services provided to the premises.
   (G)   Each permittee shall be responsible for the maintenance of the premises and all improvements thereon to the satisfaction of the city, returning the premises to the city in as neat and clean condition as when obtained by the permittee. Said cleaning to be complete by the end of the last day of the activity unless a different time period is granted in writing by the city.
   (H)   The permittee shall provide such sanitary facilities for the public as required to handle the anticipated crowd in compliance with applicable health and sanitary codes.
   (I)   The permit may contain such additional conditions as are reasonably consistent with protection and use of city property for the purposes for which it is maintained. It may also contain reasonable limitations on the time and area within which the activity is permitted.
   (J)   The city reserves the right to waive any or all minimum standards contained herein for activities conducted solely by non-profit organizations as defined by I.R.C. § 501, being 26 U.S.C. § 501.
(1976 Code, § 3-7-4)  (Ord. 89, passed 7-26-1983; Ord. 298-94, passed 4-28-1994; Ord. 555-10, passed 1-28-2010)