[R.O. 1992 § 609.010; Ord. No. 2283-08 § 1, 11-18-2008]
No person shall engage in any solicitation of funds in any public street or right-of-way.
No person shall distribute any type of commercial information or advertising in any public street or right-of-way.
No person may display, advertise or promote goods, products or services for sale, whether at that location or at any other location, in any public street or right-of-way.
No person shall conduct any activity within a public street or roadway wherein they would physically enter or stand in the area of the roadway where automobiles routinely travel such roadway.
[R.O. 1992 § 609.020; Ord. No. 2283-08 § 1, 11-18-2008]
Persons may conduct political campaigning in person, conduct activities in person informing of public non-commercial information or conduct peaceful protests in person within public rights-of-way but may not enter into any traveled portion of any street or interfere with traffic, sidewalks or public parking in doing so. No person may leave any sign unattended in public rights-of-way in regard to such activities.
Vendors operating during City-approved festivals shall be exempt from these requirements but such vendors shall not interfere with traffic flow.
Vendors operating as part of the Farmers Market shall be grandfathered and exempt from this Section, provided they operate only between the hours of 6:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M. on Saturdays only in the square quadrant adjacent to the courthouse. Such vendors may display signage for the Farmers Market within public right-of-way during these hours (so long as not prohibited by the State of Missouri).
The Mid-County Fire Protection District shall be considered grandfathered to the requirements of this Section in their annual activities raising funds for MDA. Such activities shall be conducted only during the Labor Day weekend and shall be conducted only between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. No person under age eighteen (18) may assist in such activities within the roadways. All persons conducting such activities shall be in uniform and wear a high-visibility reflective safety vest.
Businesses which are licensed to do business in the City of Camdenton and which are located immediately adjacent to the public parking lots located at the intersection of Highway 54 and Business Route 5 may apply to the City Clerk to conduct activities immediately outside their business on an infrequent basis for special events. The City shall review such requests and approve or deny such requests based upon all relevant factors, including the time of use, parking needs of the event, parking needs of other businesses during the time requested, insurance, safety considerations, approvals or objections by other businesses in the immediate area, benefit to the public and any other factors deemed relevant. The City may conditionally approve such events and gather additional documentation or information, impose additional reasonable requirements for the event and/or to assure such events are properly conducted.
[Ord. No. 2581-16, 3-1-2016]
Editor's Note: The Outdoor Special Event Application is on file in the City offices.