Amusement Attraction Activity Ticket Booth Permit Classification
Permits shall be issued based on the classification of the amusement. When there are multiple amusements and/or attractions on a single premise, the classification of the permit will be for the highest applicable class. Amusements are classified as follows: (PDF Applications attached click on underlined wording)
Applications are due by May 1st annually.
Class A Amusements
Download the Class A Application (PDF) here.
- Amusement parks and facilities
- Water parks, swimming pools, or other water play features
- Arcades, simulators, laser tag, batting cages
- Golf courses, driving ranges
- Miniature golf
- Sporting events
- Go-cart tracks
- Bicycle races, foot races, race walking, walking, wheelchair racing, rollerblading, marathons, iron-man competitions and jogging events and similar events
- Bowling centers, pool halls
- Rental of bicycles, motorized vehicles, skates, or other form of mechanical or motorized transport
- Water skiing, rafting, parasailing, or similar water-based activities
- Fitness centers, gyms, health clubs
- Dance halls, teen bars, and nightclubs not licensed to serve alcohol
- Other similar events or operations for amusement and entertainment, or intended for public patronage or open to the public for patronage
Class B Attractions
Download the Class B Application (PDF) here.
- Boat or land tours
- Parades, carnivals
- Indoor and outdoor motion picture theaters
- Art or photography gallery or studio
- Museums, children's exhibitions, zoos, menageries, displays, gardens, animal performances or exhibits, or any other objects of curiosity
- Fairs, flea markets, festivals, and other similar outdoor events
- Performance arts arenas, theaters, street performances, busking, sketch artists
- Indoor and outdoor movie theaters
- Other similar attractions intended for public patronage or open to the public for patronage.
Class C Occasional Activities
Download the Class C Application (PDF) here.
"Occasional activities" means non-recurring amusements, attractions, or events not otherwise identified in ss. 21.02 or 21.06 VMC and are conducted for less than three days and not located entirely on permitted premises. In addition, Occasional Activities include, but are not limited to, the following operations:
- Bicycle races, foot races, race walking, walking, wheelchair racing, rollerblading, marathons, "iron-man events", jogging events, and other similar activities.
- Outdoor flea markets, rummage sale collective "yard" sales sponsored by governmental, charitable, or non-profit organizations and not conducted entirely on permitted premises.
- Fundraising events taking place in whole or in part on the public right-of-way.
Class D Ticket Booths, Information Booths
Download the Class D Application (PDF) here.
- Any person, agent, or corporation operating a booth, office or roadside stand for the purpose of giving free information to the general public without any commission, fee, or monetary compensation shall first obtain a permit from the Village Board.
- Any person, agent, or corporation operating a booth, office or roadside stand for the purpose of giving information, directing, recommending, or placing any person to any attraction, boat trip, tour, eating place, tavern or sleeping accommodation for which a commission, fee or monetary compensation is paid shall first obtain a permit from the Village Board.
Special Exception Permit
Download the Special Exception Permit (PDF) here.