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A. The town manager shall deny an application for a special event permit if the town manager determines that:

1. The application fails to meet any of the standards set forth in section 4-13-12 of this chapter;

2. Information contained in the application, or supplemental information requested from the applicant, is found to be false in any material respect;

3. The time, route, or size of the event will substantially interrupt the safe and orderly movement of traffic on or contiguous to the event site or route or will disrupt the use of a street or highway at a time when it is usually subject to heavy traffic congestion;

4. The location of the event will substantially interfere with any construction or maintenance work scheduled to take place upon or along the town streets or property;

5. The applicant has failed to pay costs, fees, or deposits for a previous special event permit within the preceding five (5) years; or the applicant has failed to pay the town for damages arising from a previous special event held by the applicant, regardless of when such event was held; or

6. The applicant has failed to abide by the requirements or conditions of previous special event permits within the preceding five (5) years.

B. If an application is denied the application fee shall not be refunded. (Ord. 15, Series 2021; amd. Ord. 37, Series 2022. Formerly 4-13-13)