CHAPTER 20. STREETS AND SIDEWALKS.*
Article I. General Provisions.
Sec. 20-11-14. Cleanup deposits for certain special events.
(a) The applicant for an event in public facilities or on public property
or rights-of-way involving the sale of food or beverages, erection of
structures, horses or other large animals, or water aid stations, shall be
required to provide a cleanup deposit prior to the issuance of a permit. As an
alternative to such deposit, the applicant may provide a written contract for
(b) The cleanup deposit shall be returned after the event if
the area used for the event has been cleaned and restored to the same condition
as existed prior to the event.
(c) If the public facilities, public property
or rights-of-way used by the participants have not been fully cleaned or
restored, the permittee shall be billed for the actual cost for cleanup and
restoration, and the cleanup deposit, or a portion thereof, shall be applied
toward payment of the bill. If the permittee disputes the bill, the permittee
may appeal to the parks, recreation and community services director within five
days after receipt of the bill. Should there be any unexpected balance on
deposit after completion of the work, this balance shall be refunded to the
permittee. Should the amount of the bill exceed the cleanup deposit, the
difference shall become due and payable to the city upon the permittee’s
receipt of the bill. (Ord. No. 1360, § 3 (part); Ord. No. 1436, § 3