Sec. 20-11-2. Additional definitions.

“Annual permit” means an annual special event permit granted for more than one special event occurring within a twelve calendar month period.
“Applicant” means any person requesting a permit to conduct or sponsor an event governed by this article. Applicants must be eighteen years of age or older.
“Block party” means a special event that is stationary and generally limited to one or more specific streets or city blocks.
“Category one notice” means the notice submitted to the city’s police department pursuant to Section 20-11-3(3) of this article that notifies the city of an upcoming category one event.
“Chief of police” means the chief of the city’s police department and includes the chief of police’s designee.
“Fire chief” means the chief of the city’s fire department and includes the fire chief’s designee.
“Normal business operations” means any activity conducted solely by the business operator and is consistent with the activity for which the business is licensed. “Normal business operations” does not include any activity promoted, either fully or partially, by someone other than the licensed business operator or when the establishment is rented out.
“Organizer” means any person who is conducting, sponsoring or organizing a special event.
“Parade” means a special event in which the assembly moves along a pre-established route on city streets but may also be attended by spectators.
“Parks, recreation and community services director” means the city’s director of the parks, recreation and community services (PRCS) department and includes the director’s designee.
“Participant” means a spectator, fan, supporter or any other person attending for the purpose of watching and/or participating in the special event.
“Permit” means either a special event permit or annual permit granted pursuant to this article.
“Permit application fee” means the fee to be paid by the applicant at the time the application for a permit is filed with the parks, recreation and community services director.
“Permittee” means any person or organization that has been issued a permit by the city.
“Person” means any individual, firm, partnership, association, corporation, company or organization of any kind.
“Right-of-way” means the dedicated portion of any street or road within the city. (Ord. No. 1360, § 3 (part); Ord. No. 1436, § 3 (part).)