Sec. 20-11-6. Action on application.

(a) The parks, recreation and community services director shall approve, conditionally approve or deny all category one event applications no later than ten calendar days after receiving a complete application. Denials shall be based on one or more of the grounds specified in Section 20-11-7 of this article. In the event of special circumstances, as determined by the parks, recreation and community services director, the time limits for such a determination may be reasonably extended.
(b) The parks, recreation and community services director, upon concurrence of the chief of police and fire chief, shall approve, conditionally approve or deny all category two and three event applications no later than fifteen calendar days after the parks, recreation and community services director receives a complete application. Denials shall be based on one or more of the grounds specified in Section 20-11-7 of this article. In the event of special circumstances, as determined by the parks, recreation and community services director, the time limits for such a determination may be reasonably extended.
(c) If the application is denied, the parks, recreation and community services director shall inform the applicant of the grounds for denial in writing and of the right of appeal. If the application is conditionally approved, the parks, recreation and community services director shall inform the applicant of any permit conditions at the time the application is approved, and of the right of appeal from the permit conditions. If the parks, recreation and community services director refuses to consider a late application, the parks, recreation and community services director shall inform the applicant of the reason for the refusal and of the applicant’s right of appeal.
(d) The written determination shall further state that the applicant has the option of appealing the decision directly to the city council. (Ord. No. 1360, § 3 (part); Ord. No. 1436, § 3 (part).)