Chapter 10.36


10.36.010    Definitions.

10.36.020    Permit required.

10.36.030    Investigation by chief of police.

10.36.040    Permission to participate.

10.36.010 Definitions.

As used in this chapter the terms “parade” and “demonstration” shall mean to be upon or to travel through the public right-of-way for the purpose of making a public display. (Ord. 1752 § 4, 1976).

10.36.020 Permit required.

It is unlawful to conduct any parade or demonstration of any sort on any public right-of-way in the city except upon a permit for such parade or demonstration having been issued by the chief of police as hereinafter provided. (Ord. 1752 § 1, 1976).

10.36.030 Investigation by chief of police.

Upon written application, the chief of police shall examine into the nature of the parade or demonstration requested to be permitted, and, if he is satisfied as to the merits of the application, shall issue a “parade permit” stating the time, date and route which will be permitted for the parade or demonstration. Each application for a parade permit shall state the date, time and route requested, and such permit application shall identify the person, persons or organization for which the permit is sought and who will be responsible for the conduct of such parade. (Ord. 1752 § 2, 1976).

10.36.040 Permission to participate.

No person shall participate in any manner in any parade or demonstration unless he is participating by virtue of his entry therein by permission of the holder of a valid and subsisting parade permit. (Ord. 1752 § 3, 1976).