As used in this Chapter:
   (a)   "Mobile food vehicle" shall mean a food establishment that is located upon or within a vehicle, including but not limited to trucks, passenger vehicles, motorcycles and bicycles, or a cart or other equipment which is pulled by a vehicle, where food or beverage is cooked, prepared, or served for individual portion service. This definition includes but is not limited to: mobile food kitchens, pushcart vendors, bicycle cart vendors, mobile food trucks, canteen trucks, ice cream trucks and coffee trucks. This definition does not apply to "meals on wheels" program vehicles or food delivery services.
   (b)    "Mobile game vehicle" shall mean a vehicle used to provide games, including video games, for persons entering the vehicle, including trucks, passenger vehicles, vans, and    trailers, whether the vehicle is self-propelling or must be pulled by another vehicle.
   (c)   "Mobile ice cream vendor" or "ice cream truck" means any motorized or non-motorized vehicle in which ice cream, popsicles, ice sherbets or frozen desserts of any kind are carried for purposes of retail sale on the streets of the City. A mobile ice cream vendor is a type of mobile food vehicle under this Chapter.
   (d)   "Special event" for the purpose of this Section shall mean an activity, other than a Parade under Section 1111.05 of the Traffic Code, taking place in the dedicated public right-of-way or on any public property, including, but not limited to, parks and other City-owned facilities, or a public event on private property when City-services are required, for which a Special Event Permit or a special License has been issued by the City. Special events include, but are not limited to, an organized running race or walk, block party, festival, market, street fair, art exhibit or concert or other performance, or a private party.
      (Ord. 20-88. Enacted 10-26-20.)