4-13-11: STANDARDS FOR ISSUANCE OF PERMIT:
A. The town manager shall issue a permit when, from a consideration of the application and from such other information as may otherwise be obtained, the town manager determines that:
1. The proposed special event will positively impact the town culturally, economically, environmentally or socially.
2. The application (including any required attachments and submissions) is complete and signed by the applicant.
3. The applicant has paid the application fee and any other fees required by section 4-13-8 of this Chapter.
4. The application does not contain a material falsehood or misrepresentation.
5. The application complies with all of the requirements of this Chapter.
6. The applicant is legally competent to contract under Colorado law.
7. The applicant or the person on whose behalf the application is made has not previously damaged Town property and failed to pay in full for such damage, and the applicant does not have other outstanding and unpaid debts to the town.
8. If the applicant previously held a special event in the town, the applicant complied with all requirements of the town special event permit for such application, as well as all applicable requirements of this Chapter and other applicable laws.
9. The duration of the event will not be longer than five (5) consecutive days, unless the town manager, after taking into account all relevant factors related to the event, determines that the proposed event may be longer.
10. The proposed special event will not conflict with:
a. A special event for which a permit has previously been issued;
b. A Town sponsored event;
c. An annual special event which is reasonably expected to be held again, but for which an application has yet to be submitted; or
d. An event protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution or by the Colorado Constitution which due to its anticipated size, location, hours of operation, or other relevant factors, is reasonably expected to require such Town services or personnel as to make the holding of the special event for which the application was submitted a potential risk to the public health, safety or welfare.
11. The holding of the proposed special event will not cause significant disruption in the ability of the town to deliver or provide essential governmental services.
12. Adequate sanitation, other required health facilities, and waste diversion efforts, are or will be made available at or sufficiently near to the proposed special event area(s).
13. Sufficient parking is available near the site of the proposed special event to accommodate the number of vehicles reasonably expected for the event, or an acceptable transportation and parking plan to provide adequate parking for the proposed special event has been submitted and approved by the town manager.
14. The proposed special event will not pose a danger to the public health, safety or welfare. (Ord. 15, Series 2021)