(A)   (1)   The application for a parade permit shall include:
         (a)   The name, address, and phone number of the applicant and of any persons acting as sponsors of the parade/event who will be responsible for its conduct. If the applicant is a corporation or civic organization, then the name of the corporation or civic organization and names and addresses of its directors and officers must be included on the application;
         (b)   The estimated number of persons, animals and vehicles to participate, specifying animal and vehicle types;
         (c)   The date the parade is to be held, and the time it is to commence and terminate including times parade participants or units will assemble:
         (d)   The route the parade will travel including start and termination points, streets or areas to be traveled, and assembly or staging areas for parade participants. It should be noted however that the city has a standard parade route absent a special need for a variance;
         (e)   A proposed plan for the removal of litter and animal waste along the parade route and adjacent areas after the termination of the parade;
         (f)   Proof of the required insurance for the parade/event; and
         (g)   Any additional information which the Chief of Police shall find reasonably necessary to a fair determination as to whether a permit should be issued.
      (2)   The event organizer is required to indemnify and hold the City of Pikeville, its officers, agents, and employees harmless from all damages arising directly or indirectly from planning, organizing and implementing the permitted parade/event. The parade/event organizer is required to defend the City of Pikeville. its officers, agents, and employees in any suit related to the event.
   (B)   (1)   The Chief of Police shall act upon the application for a parade permit within five (5) business days after the filing thereof. If the Chief of Police disapproves the application, he shall call (the phone number provided in the application) and mail to the applicant within five (5) business days after the date upon which the application was filed, a notice of his action, stating the reasons for his denial of the permit.
      (2)   Parades shall not be permitted before 5 p.m. on weekdays without permission granted by the City Commission.
      (3)   Any person aggrieved shall have the right to appeal the denial of a parade permit to the City Manager. The appeal shall be taken within five (5) business days after notice. The City Manager shall act upon the appeal within five (5) business days after its receipt.
(Ord. 620.5, passed 11-27-64; Am. Ord. O-2019-30, passed 11-25-19)