Sec. 14-6-9. Parking of peddlers or vendors.

(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, no person shall stand or park any vehicle, wagon or pushcart from which goods, wares, merchandise, materials, fruits, vegetables or foodstuffs are sold, displayed, solicited or offered for sale or bartered or exchanged, or any lunch wagon or eating cart or vehicle on any portion of the public right-of-way within this city without first obtaining an encroachment permit from the traffic engineer and/or in conjunction with a permitted temporary outdoor use or special event (See Code Section 25-13-30), except that the same may stand or park at the request of a bona fide purchaser for a period of time not to exceed ten minutes at any one place. The provisions of this section shall not apply to persons delivering such articles upon order of, or by agreement from a customer from a certified farmer’s market licensed pursuant to Section 13-3-1 of this code.
(b) No person shall stand or park any vehicle, wagon or pushcart from which goods, wares, merchandize, materials, fruits, vegetables or foodstuffs are sold, displayed, solicited or offered for sale or bartered or exchanged, or any lunch wagon or eating cart on private property, or on property owned by a public entity, except in compliance with the following standards:
(1) A valid city business license shall be obtained;
(2) A valid county health permit shall be obtained, if applicable;
(3) Written permission of the property owner shall be provided;
(4) Mobile vendors may be parked in conjunction with a permitted temporary outdoor use permit or special event (see Code Section 25-13-30);
(5) Must meet all city, county, state and federal requirements that may apply. (Ord. No. 938, § 1; Ord. No. 1410, § 3; Ord. No. 1424, § 3; Ord. No. 1491, § 3.)