Chap.  701.     Amusements.
         Chap.  705.     Garages Sales. (Repealed)
         Chap.  707.     Massage Parlors.
         Chap.  709.     Itinerant Sales and Soliciting.
         Chap.  713.     Snow Removal.
         Chap.  717.     Taxicabs.
         Chap.  721.     Late Nights Sales. (Repealed)
         Chap.  723.     Sales and Special Sales.
         Chap.  725.  Video Service Providers.
         Chap. 727.  Entertainment Device Arcades.
         Chap. 729.  Regulation of Donation Bins.
701.01   Circuses, menageries and carnivals.
701.02   Deposit required.
701.03   License fees.
701.99   Penalty.
      Power to regulate - see Ohio R.C. 715.48, 715.63, 3765.02
      Admissions tax - see ADM. Ch. 183
      Cruelty to animals - see GEN. OFF. 505.07
   (a)   Any business, business entity or person motivated by profit or receiving any compensation from conducting, staging or giving a circus, menagerie, carnival sideshow, minstrel entertainment, fair or other similar event, open to the public, shall first obtain a license and pay the license fee or fees provided herein.  Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to require live entertainment performances or similar events sponsored and controlled by the City of Streetsboro or the Streetsboro Board of Education to require a license.
(Ord. 2010-117.  Passed 12-20-10.)
   (b)   The applicant for a license to conduct any of the activities permitted under Section 701.02(a) shall apply for its permit not less than thirty days prior to the scheduled commencement of activities.  No permit shall be issued for such event unless and until all building, electrical, plumbing or sanitary facility inspections, or other inspections required by the City are completed and the Fire Chief and Police Chief have reviewed and approved the applicant’s security and emergency response plans.
   (c)   At the time of the application the applicant shall be required to provide the City with any and all licenses, permits, authorizations or approvals it may have from any local, county, state or federal agency authorized or required to license, permit or approve the event in the manner applied for.
   (d)   The applicant shall be required, at the time of application, to submit its application for any signage.  Only conforming signage may be approved for such events.
   (e)   At the time of application, the applicant shall produce evidence of general liability insurance, with the City endorsed as an additional insured, in an amount set by the Mayor, but in no event less then two million ($2,000,000) per event or occurrence.
   (f)   The Mayor may give consent and issue a permit to an applicant who fully and completely satisfies the requirements of this section if he deems the location suitable and the required inspections and filing are complete.  The Mayor’s approval shall be limited to a total of five consecutive days.  All approvals for periods in excess of five consecutive days shall also require the approval of Council.
   (g)   The Mayor shall be authorized to condition the performance of the approved events for any reason rationally to the public health, welfare or safety and any such limitations or conditions shall be set forth in the approval correspondence or permit.  Such conditions may include, but not limited to, the provisions of police and fire protection.
(Ord. 1999-66.  Passed 5-24-99.)
   At the time such application for a license is made, the applicant shall deposit with the Clerk a refundable cash bond of not less than one thousand dollars ($1,000) conditioned upon its performance of all conditions placed upon the conduct of the event, conforming to the approved signage, and restoration and cleaning up of the grounds upon which the event takes place.  In the event such grounds shall be restored and cleaned up properly following the exhibition, the deposit shall be returned; otherwise, the deposit shall be forfeited to the City.
(Ord. 1999-66.  Passed 5-24-99.)
   701.03 LICENSE FEES.
   The license fee for each circus, carnival, side show, musical or minstrel entertainment, or exhibition of monsters or freaks of nature shall be five hundred dollars ($500.00), except that the fee shall be waived where such amusements are conducted, staged, or given by a nonprofit organization recognized by the Ohio Secretary of State and located within the City, provided the organization complies with all other provisions in this Chapter.  The applicant shall also post a bond in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) to cover the costs of any damages caused to City property by the activities.
(Ord. 2005-65.  Passed 5-16-05.)
   701.99  PENALTY.
   Whoever commences an activity for which a permit is required without such permit, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree which shall be punishable by a maximum fine of one thousand dollars ($1000) and a maximum incarceration of not more than 180 days.
(Ord. 1999-66.  Passed 5-24-99.)