A.   Signs Or Advertisements 2 : Except as otherwise ordained in this section or other sections of this code, it shall be unlawful for any person to use any street, sidewalk, or other public place as space for the display of goods or merchandise for sale or to write or mark signs or advertisements on any such pavements. (Ord. 2001.24, 7-16-2001)
   B.   Neighborhood Block Parties: Upon the review of all city departments and the recommendation of the city manager, the mayor may issue a block party permit under the following conditions: (Ord. 2001.24, 7-16-2001; amd. Ord. 2002.95, 4-21-2003)
      1.   The purpose of the block party shall be for the benefit of all persons whose property abuts the section of street to be closed, and not just the private benefit of a specific property owner (as for birthday parties, anniversaries, etc.);
      2.   The section of street to be closed may extend only one block (i.e., from cross street to cross street);
      3.   The event shall last only one day;
      4.   The event may not begin before ten o'clock (10:00) A.M. and must end before ten o'clock (10:00) P.M.;
      5.   The organizer(s) of the event must notify in writing all property owners whose parcels abut the street in question and if a majority of the neighboring property owners do not consent in writing to the event, no permit will be issued;
      6.   The organizer(s) of the event shall be responsible for placing and removing barricades to close the street properly according to the procedures established by the public works superintendent; and
      7.   No more than two (2) street closings shall be permitted for any particular day. (Ord. 2001.24, 7-16-2001)



2. See also section 7-5-4 of this title.