All Special Events are defined either as a Civic Event or a Sales and Promotional Event. Such events shall require a permit and be subject to the requirements and conditions contained in Section 410.050(K) of the Bridgeton Code of Ordinances. There are no fees associated with Special Event Permits; however, a completed Application to Conduct a Special Event, with all required information, shall be submitted to the Department of Public Works at least 5 business days prior to the proposed event.
Special Event Types
Civic Event: A Special Event consisting of an outdoor activity sponsored by a nonprofit organization or public agency including, but not limited to carnivals, festivals, community breakfasts/lunches/dinners, concerts, charity runs/walks, parades, neighborhood fairs, and collection drives involving such activities such as bake, craft, or rummage sales and bazaars, car washes, and seasonal tree, pumpkin, or plant sales.
Sales and Promotional Event: A Special Event consisting of an outdoor activity conducted by a commercial, for-profit user in connection with an established use, on the lot occupied by such use, that is limited to the display and sale of merchandise, but may also include accessory activities such as product demonstrations or giveaways, raffles, games, and the provision or sale of food by a mobile food vendor (as defined in Chapter 685 of the Code).
Be advised: Special Events shall not be utilized for the placement of temporary signs absent an outdoor activity as defined above.
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