(A)   Valet parking equipment proposed to be located on a public sidewalk or other public pedestrian path shall be located in such a manner as to satisfy the minimum width for an accessible route required by Chapter 4 of the Florida Building Code, as amended from time to time.
   (B)   No permanent structures are permitted in the public right-of-way. Valet equipment shall not be affixed, attached or chained in any manner to the right-of-way or any existing features within the right-of-way.
   (C)   All valet equipment proposed for use must be described in the permit application including a photograph or drawing of the proposed valet podium or valet booth and the location of each piece of equipment within the operation, including dimensions, color, and other architectural descriptions. The permit application must also state where the valet equipment is stored during the time that the valet operation is not functioning.
   (D)   Where public parking spaces are used for ramping, for example on a public street with on-street parking, and case the parking spaces are metered by remote meter stations or by a pay-by-phone system, the valet operator shall bag single meters two hours prior to the use of valet parking spaces or shall cordon off the ramping area with FDOT approved red or orange cones. Valet operators must deposit with the city the prescribed per bag charge, which deposit is refundable upon the return of the bag(s) in good condition.
   (E)   The city may approve valet operations serving city-owned or operated facilities on behalf of the city without charging fees required in this chapter.
(Ord. 2019-22, passed 1-22-19)