§ 11.09.200 DEFINITIONS.
For the purpose of this Subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
COMMITTEE. The Committee on Permits and Licenses, as established by § 11.01.505.
STREET. Any highway, roadway, parkway, sidewalk and alley and any center divider or median strip, therein.
STREET VENDING. The commercial peddling, hawking, displaying, or offering for sale of any goods, wares, merchandise, food or beverage of any kind on any public street within the City.
(’65 Code, § 3-20) (Ord. No. 84-004 § 1)
§ 11.09.205 PERMIT REQUIRED.
A. No person shall conduct, or cause to be conducted, any street vending, except as provided in Subsection B. and C. herein.
B. A person may conduct street vending only from a vehicle, wagon, or cart, and only after having obtained a permit, therefor, pursuant to this Subchapter.
C. The outdoor display of goods on a public sidewalk shall only be permitted as provided in § 9.08.040 and the Zoning Code, as set forth in Title 17 of this Code.
(’65 Code, § 3-21) (Ord. No. 84-004 § 1; Ord. No. 96-018 § 1)
§ 11.09.210 APPLICATION AND ISSUANCE OF PERMIT.
A street vending permit shall be applied for and issued in accordance with the provisions of §§ 11.01.300 through 11.01.370.
(’65 Code, § 3-22) (Ord. No. 84-004 § 1)
§ 11.09.215 CONDITIONS FOR PERMIT.
In addition to any conditions imposed pursuant to § 11.01.340 B., a street vending permit shall be subject to the following conditions.
A. No person shall stand, park or stop a vehicle, wagon, or cart, for the purposes of street vending, except at the request of a bona fide purchaser and for a period of time not to exceed ten (10) minutes at any location.
B. The person conducting the street vending shall obey the directions of any police officer, fireman or other City employee.
C. The street vending shall not occur within three hundred (300) feet of any public school grounds or public park unless the permit otherwise provides.
D. The street vending permit shall automatically become null and void if the person to whom the permit was issued is convicted of or pleads guilty or no contest to any criminal charge alleging a violation of any of the provisions of this Subchapter.
E. No street vending permit shall be granted to a person within six (6) months of the date of a conviction or plea of guilty or no contest to any criminal charge alleging a violation of the provisions of this Subchapter.
(’65 Code, § 3-23) (Ord. No. 84-004 § 1; Ord. No. 85-017 §§ 1, 2)