Bountiful City Ordinance 13-2-114

Below is a copy of Bountiful City ordinance 13-2-114, covering saving spots on the parade route. This is included as a courtesy, please contact Bountiful City for questions or updates to this ordinance.

13-2-114. Regulations for Public Property Adjacent to Parade Routes.
The following apply to public property adjoining parade routes and staging areas for parades and it is unlawful and a Class B misdemeanor for any person to violate these provisions:
(a) Prior to 7:00 a.m. on the day of a parade starting on or after 4:00 p.m., and prior to 6:00 a.m. on the day of a parade starting prior to 4:00 p.m., no person shall actually claim or attempt to claim, reserve, occupy or otherwise control public property either in person or by the placement of any object, such as, but not limited to, ropes, chairs, blankets, banners or vehicles, or barriers of any kind.
(b) No person shall place, erect, use or employ any tent or other enclosed shelters, including vehicles and trailers, on public property along a parade route or staging areas at any time.
(c) No person shall obstruct public sidewalks, paved portions of streets, or occupy any unsafe position or occupy a position which may cause damage to public or private property.
(d) From three hours before the start of a parade and continuing until the conclusion of the parade, no person shall park a motor vehicle, trailer or tent trailer on the streets designated as the parade route. Only motor vehicles and trailers which are participating in the parade are allowed to be in the areas designated as staging areas or along the parade route. Any vehicle, motor vehicle, trailer or tent trailer parked in violation of this section is a public nuisance and may be towed from the prohibited area at the owner's expense.
(e) As part of the permit process, the Chief of Police may authorize the permit holder to reserve places for the observation of the parade and to erect and control seating on such reserved public property.
(f) From and after twenty-four (24) hours prior to the parade and continuing until the conclusion of the parade, all dogs, except seeing-eye dogs, police dogs and dogs which are actually part of the parade, shall be prohibited on public property along the parade route and staging areas whether or not such dogs are leashed. This subsection shall not prohibit owners of dogs who live adjacent to the parade route from taking their leashed dogs on walks to and from their leashed dogs on walks to and from their property using the most direct route away from the parade route.