(A)   A permit may be temporarily suspended by the City Manager or Parking Administrator if the City Engineer or local law enforcement officer determines that the portion of the public right-of-way that is part of the valet operation, pursuant to a permit, needs to be free and clear of valet operations for a limited period of time because of an event that is expected to cause excess pedestrian or vehicular traffic or congestion at the valet operation locations or the ramping area must be used for public safety operations or used for utility provider repairs.
   (B)   The City Manager may also suspend or revoke a valet operation permit where the valet operator violates this chapter.
   (C)   Notice of temporary suspension may be given by oral communication with the valet operator by a representative of the city using the telephone number provided on the permit application or by written communication signed by the City Manager or his or her designee. A Notice of Permit Revocation must be provided in writing and forwarded by certified mail to the address provided by the valet operator on its application. Any notice provided hereunder shall inform the valet operator of the nature of the violation or action necessitating the suspension or revocation and that such suspension or revocation may be appealed within ten days of such Notice by writing to the City Manager and stating the rationale for the appeal.
   (D)   Failure to appeal the suspension or revocation within ten days of serving the Notice shall constitute an admission of the violation or acceptance of the suspension or revocation and a waiver of the right to an appeal and hearing by the City Manager.
   (E)   It shall be unlawful for any person, establishment, business or entity to conduct or provide valet operations upon public property or right-of-way when a valet operations permit has been suspended or revoked.
(Ord. 2019-22, passed 1-22-19)