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2017 Special Event Permit ApplicationSPECIAL EVENT SUMMARY - Aspen Snowmass Vintage Car Race - 09/13/2017 Event Name: Aspen Snowmass Vintage Car Race Company: TOSV Event Location(s): Upper Village/ brush creek rd, wood rd, lower carriage way rd Dates: 09/13/2017, Aspen Snowmass Vintage Car Race 09/14/2017, Aspen Snowmass Vintage Car Race 09/15/2017, Aspen Snowmass Vintage Car Race Estimated # Per Day: 500 Alcohol? No Amplified music? No Social Media: None at this time Export Contact List Applicant Contact: David Elkan; (303) 522-0302 delkan@snowmasstourism.com Medical Contact: David Elkan; (303) 522-0302 delkan@snowmasstourism.com Wildlife Compliance Contact: David Elkan; (303) 522-0302 delkan@snowmasstourism.com Sanitation Manager: David Elkan; (303) 522-0302 delkan@snowmasstourism.com Parking and Transportation Contact: David Elkan; (303) 522-0302 delkan@snowmasstourism.com Security Contact: David Elkan; (303) 522-0302 delkan@snowmasstourism.com Event Summary: Official event date is 9/14/17 For the first time in 19 years, the sights and sounds of high-octane racing come alive on the streets of Snowmass Village with The Aspen Snowmass Vintage Car Race. Kicking off the Motoring Classic Weekend, watch as vintage Corvette’s, BMW’s, Porsches, Mustangs, and formula race cars from the 1960’s and 1970’s, fly by during this exhilarating new event. Permit Application Fee A permit application fee of $100 is due with your special event application. This helps us cover some of our administrative costs in processing and reviewing applications, such as web maintenance and hosting fees. Pay Online Please upload your receipt to confirm payment has been received. Town Manager's Office Phone: 970-922-2275 Email: telliott@tosv.com Indemnification The TOSV Indemnification Form is available by following the link below. Please complete the form and upload it to your application. Indemnification Form Application Details: Attached Insurance Requirements Liability insurance coverage must be provided for Special Events. If your event includes alcohol, liquor liability coverage must also be included. Commercial general liability insurance is required in the following minimum amounts: Town of Snowmass Village - $1,000,000 Please upload your insurance certificate with TOSV named as an additional insured below for approval. Town Manager's Office: Phone: 970-922-2275 Email: telliott@tosv.com Insurance Certificate At least one week prior to the event, a certificate of insurance must be submitted to the the Town. The certificate shall name the jurisdiction as an additional insured (for example: "Town of Application Details: See attached. Snowmass Village, its officers, employees and agents"). Coverage must be maintained for the duration of the event including set up and dismantle dates. Site Plan/Route Map Your Site Plan gives us a chance to see the layout of your event and plan details. Please provide an accurate detailed drawing or map that includes, but is not limited to, the elements listed below: Please contact the Town of Snowmass Village Police Department for assistance with your site plan. Police Department Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: Police@tosv.com Site Boundaries Visit Pitkin Maps & More for help generating a map of your venue. Verify that you own, lease, or have permission to use the site. If the site is not entirely on Town property, and is not owned or leased by the applicant, you will need to upload a letter of permission from the property owner. Delineate the boundary for the entire event venue, including the names of all streets or areas that are part of the venue and surrounding area. If the event involves a moving route of any kind, show the particular route(s), indicate the direction of travel, label street and/or trail names and identify any street or lane closures. Locate fencing, barriers and/or barricades, points of ingress and egress and any queuing lines. Advertising signs, banners, flags and inflatables, including size. Show any removable fencing for emergency access. Please specify how tents and fences will be secured to the ground. Stakes are prohibited on Town parks and fields, and it is recommended that weights and/or water barrels are used instead. Application Details: See attached maps Site Improvements & Construction Plan Please describe or depict the following site elements in your site plan: Locate all stages, platforms, scaffolding, ramps, grandstands, bleachers, chairs, tents, canopies, booths and other temporary structures. Placement of generators, electricity sources, amplified speakers, soundboards, jumbo-tron screens and lighting. Locate areas for RVs, buses, trailers, vans, tech trucks or other vehicles. Identify any race courses, including start and finish areas. Please describe your construction plans, and note that construction noise is only permitted in the Town Monday - Friday 7am - 6pm. Application Details: Detailed map to come. Bleachers may be placed at Town Hall, the Arrival Center and Lot 6. KSPN will be staged at Town Hall for a live remote and live updates on the race. There will be amplified sound. Travelers and spectators will be able to tune into 103.1 to hear current traffic and race reports. Security, Medical, and Safety Show security check points and stations; identify placement of traffic control personnel. Locate first aid facilities, ambulance staging, 24' wide emergency/fire lanes and attendee access aisles. Identify ambulance pick up points for off-road or on-mountain events. Identify all event components that meet accessibility standards. Locate all temporary directional signage and portable night lighting. Application Details: see attached map Sanitation & Solid Waste Locate and identify the number of restrooms and/or portable toilets and hand wash stations. Placement of event trash and recycle containers and haul away dumpsters/containers. Application Details: Portable restrooms will be located throughout the course. Locations TBD. Alcohol & Food Service Placement of bar areas and/or beer gardens including security fencing and entry/exit gates. Locate food vendors and identify those cooking with flammable gases or barbeque grills. Show all vending booths, tech booths/trailers, work areas and/or storage. Application Details: There will be no alcohol served at this event. Spectators will be encouraged to go to our local restaurants and bars. ADA Accessibility All temporary venues, related structures, and outdoor sites for special events shall be accessible to persons with disabilities. If a portion of the area cannot be made accessible, an alternate area shall be provided with the same activities that are in the inaccessible area. It cannot, however, be offered only to patrons with disabilities. Disability access may include parking, restrooms, clear paths of travel, transportation, signage, accessible vendors and booths. If all areas are not accessible a map or program must be provided to attendees indicating the accessible restrooms, parking, telephones, drinking fountains, etc. Application Details: Yes, all venues for this event will be ADA accessible. Tent or Temporary Structure Permit Application Tents and Temporary Structures require a permit from the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District. A permit can be obtained by providing the information listed below for the Fire Marshall's review. Please contact the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District for assistance with your Tent Permit Application: Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District Phone: 970-923-2212 Tent Permit Tent Permits are issued through the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District when Tent, temporary, or membrane structures are constructed and are larger than 120 square feet. Complete the SWFPD Application Form Will the tent be heated? If yes, please describe the fuel source Application Details: N/A Tent Site Plan Please provide a site plan of the tent's location within the event venue Please provide a plan view of the tent(s). Plan views of the tent should include the following details: Use of electrical wiring or gas appliances Tent dimensions and specifications. Occupant Load Tent entrances, exits, emergency exits. Fire extinguishers, locations, and type of extinguishers available. Application Details: N/A available. Other equipment to be stored within the tent. Sanitation Plan Your sanitation plan will involve the coordination of multiple agencies, listed below: Pitkin County Environmental Health Phone: 970-920-5070 Email: ehnr@pitkincounty.com Town of Snowmass Village - Solid Waste Phone: 970-923-5110 Town of Snowmass Village - Animal Services Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: animal@tosv.com Please provide the contact information for your sanitation manager. Sanitation Manager: (set to use the primary contact info) , , David Elkan, (303) 522-0302, delkan@snowmasstourism.com Solid Waste: Please describe your solid waste plan, including the following information: Are you contracting with anyone to provide sanitation services for the cleanup and removal of recyclable goods, waste, and garbage during and after your event? If so, please upload your service provider agreement. The Town provides hauling services, and you can schedule dumpster drop off and pick-ups by calling us at 970-923-5110 How many waste stations do you anticipate will be placed throughout the venue? Who will be responsible for collecting waste and emptying bins into the dump site dumpster? How will you ensure waste receptacles are emptied as they become full and at the end of the day's activities? Describe your strategies to prevent the feeding of Wildlife. Please note that refuse containers must comply with Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code concerning the protection of wildlife. Waste receptacles are to be placed throughout the event area including all exit points. Bins must be emptied when full. Solid waste that is collected including trash, recycling, and compost must be deposited into Wildlife Resistant Refuse Containers* or deposited into a dumpster that is removed to an appropriate disposal site at the end of each evening's activities. Outdoor special event sites must be cleaned often and kept free from the accumulation of refuse edible by wildlife. *Definition: Wildlife Resistant Refuse Container means a fully enclosed metal container with a metal lid. The lid must have a latching mechanism, which prevents access to the contents by wildlife. Wildlife Resistant Refuse Containers must be approved by the Chief of Police and Public Works Director. Application Details: (1) 4yd dumpster and (1) portable restroom will be placed in Lot 12. Lot 11 and 12 are designated as PIT LOTS for RMVR. Green Events: Will recycling and/or composting be available for your event guests? Will vendors be using materials that are reusable, recyclable, and/or compostable? Sustainability and the environment are core values for the Town of Application Details: N/A Snowmass Village, and we encourage event producers to partner with us in minimizing impacts to the environment. To assist you, The Environmental Advisory Board and Town staff have put together a Green Events Guide. This guide is a great overview of why going green matters and what works for events of all sizes. Using the Green Events Guide, please describe your plans to make your event environmentally friendly. Portable Restrooms: Please describe your restroom plan, and how many stations will be available during your event. The Environmental Health Department recommend two (2) chemical or portable toilets for the first 100 attendees and one (1) for every 100 after that. This figure should be based upon the anticipated maximum number of attendees at your event during peak time. The Environmental Health Department may determine the total number of required restroom facilities on a case-by-case basis. Please make sure these facilities are shown on your site plan. You are required to provide portable restroom facilities at your event unless you can substantiate the sufficient availability of both ADA-accessible and non-accessible facilities in the immediate area of the event site that will be available to the public during your event. Application Details: (10) portable restrooms will be placed throughout the race course for all volunteers and race marshals. See attached map. Existing restrooms are noted on all marketing collateral for public use. Potable Water: Please describe your potable water plan, stations and supplies that will be available at your event. Colorado Group Gathering Law says "where water is not available under pressure and non-water carriage toilets are used, at least 3 gallons of water per person per day shall be provided for drinking and lavatory purposes." Application Details: N/A Wildlife Protection The Town of Snowmass Village is situated in a vibrant Wildlife Habitat, and Town ordinances are in place to avoid conflicts and protect wildlife. Your wildlife protection plan will help ensure you meet these requirements. A pre-event meeting with the Sanitation Manager is required for all outdoor events involving food or food products. Please contact Animal Services for assistance with your wildlife protection plan, and to schedule a pre-event meeting. Animal Services Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: Animal@tosv.com Please provide the Wildlife Compliance Contact information for onsite management. Wildlife Compliance Contact: (set to use the primary contact info) , , David Elkan, (303) 522-0302, delkan@snowmasstourism.com Wildlife Protection Plan Proper Sanitation and Disposal of Solid Waste, food products, and other items that may attract wildlife is a required part of your event plan. Throughout the duration of your event and immediately upon conclusion of the event, the area must be returned to a clean condition. Proper storage and daily pickup of waste is required due to Application Details: (1) 4 yd bear proof dumpster will be placed in Lot 12. condition. Proper storage and daily pickup of waste is required due to the wildlife activities in the community and surrounding wilderness. Please indicate where and how offsite transport of solid waste/recycling is being handled. Please describe how you will store food, waste, and other wildlife attractants before, during, and after the event. Please describe any additional mitigation measures. Wildlife Protection Checklist In order to comply with our wildlife protection ordinance, it is recommended that your event has some of the following materials ready and available. Solid Waste Bear Proof Dumpsters Solid Waste collection scheduled at the end of each day's activities (open containers emptied into bear dumpsters) Food Plan Lockable box truck for storage Refrigerated truck for cold food storage Chain and lock for refrigerators Shipping container for food storage Bear proof storage boxes Grounds clean-up, sweep crew Bleach spray bottles - for food product Dolly to haul leftover food items to storage Vendor Requirements In addition to obtaining a special event vendor license, each vendor at your event will need to complete a wildlife ordinance agreement form. Please feel free to share this form with your vendors as soon as possible. Special Event Vendor Wildlife Protection License Application Food Permit Pitkin County Environmental Health oversees food service within the Town of Snowmass Village. Any event and/or event vendor that intends to serve food to the public will most likely need to apply and receive approval from Pitkin County. Please contact Pitkin County Environmental Health for help obtaining a food service license. Pitkin County Environmental Health: Phone: 970-920-5070 Website: www.pitkincounty.com Pitkin County Food Service Permit Please describe your status of obtaining a food service license at the time of application, or if you believe you are exempt from a food service permit, please explain why, and what that information is based on. Guidelines for Food Facilities are provided by the Pitkin County Environmental Health Department. These guidelines should assist you in developing plans for food handling, preparation and distribution in the most responsible and legal manner. State Retail Food Regulations, Pitkin County Temporary/Special Events Regulations and Requirements Vendor Application You may be required to apply for a health permit if food or beverages are sold or given away during your special event. For event venues within the Town of Snowmass Village contact the Pitkin County Environmental Health Department at 970-920-5070. If applicable, be Application Details: Bayou will set up a 10x10 tent on the hillside of Town Hall. They will be serving pulled pork sandwiches. All cooking and prepping will be done at the Bayou. All trash will be disposed of at the Bayou. (1) Chaffing dish will be used to keep food at the proper temperature. Slice will be serving pizza slices at the Base Village Arrival Center. They will be prepping and cooking all food at Slice. They will keep food at the proper temperature with a pizza warmer. All food will for available for purchase to spectators and staff. sure to include your organization's 501(c)(3) identification number in order to receive a "nonprofit" classification by the Environmental Health Department. Different permits, policies and procedures depend on your classification and the number of days of your event. Medical Plan Medical and Emergency Service Needs of the attendees and participants are an important consideration. All day events, the service of alcohol, and event activities that pose an increased risk of injury are all reasons to provide a medical plan. As the event organizer, you should develop a medical plan that is suitable for your environment and size of your event. Please provide a written description of your medical plan by including the following information and uploading any necessary additional information. Enlisting the help of a Licensed Professional Emergency Medical Services Provider to develop your plan is strongly encouraged. Please contact the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Department for assistance. Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District Phone: 970-923-2212 Provide the Medical Contact who will be available to public safety officials at all times during your event. Medical Contact: (set to use the primary contact info) , , David Elkan, (303) 522-0302, delkan@snowmasstourism.com Medical Services If event medical services will only be summoned by dialing 911, please provide the following information: Name (and number) of the on-site staff person designated as the medical point of contact. Identify an area or areas on your event site plan where ambulances can pick up people. If you intend to have an on-site Licensed Professional Emergency Medical Services Provider please provide the following information: Name of Service Provider and agreement. Contact Person. Telephone/Cell/E-mail Aid Stations, ambulance staging areas, ambulance routes and points of ingress/egress must be shown on your Site Plan. Emergency medical services must be included within your Communications Plan. NOTE: Applicant will be charged for any damage incurred during the event or during set-up or clean-up. Application Details: RMVR will be contracting race ambulance services through SMWPD. — Ambulance Protocol Requirements For Ambulance Service At RMVR Races I. There shall be an ambulance on site at all times which is dedicated to the RMVR race participants, crews, workers and spectators. II. The ambulance crew will consist of at l east one Paramedic and one state certified Emergency Medical Technician. Basic and ALL equipment listed in Colorado Department of Public Health Section 6CCR1015 3 Chapter 4 are required. III. The ambulance will be licensed and equipped as an ADVANCED LI FE SUPPORT UNIT with a minimum requirement of section 6CCR1015 - 3 Chapter 4 of the Colorado Department of Public Health facilities and Emergency Medical Services Division. IV. The ambulance will have constant access to radio communications with the emergency room, emergency room physician and any other authorities which may be involved with patient care and transportation, e.g. patient transport...if not critical. Ambulance MUST be able to transport a critical patient IMMEDIATELY. V. The Ambulance must have a planned designated trauma center and also an alternative trauma center if the primary is on a divert mode. They must also have contact numbers to be capable at all times of soliciting alternative transportation, such as air flight, to back up ambulance s in case of mass incident. VI. Ambulance crew will remain in ambulance and ready to be dispatched any time cars are on track. The ambulance must be staged at a location that is easily accessible to track and pit areas. track and pit areas. VII. The senior medical officer on the ambulance shall sign Steward's Pre Event checklist Ambulance Coverage Please provide the following details regarding any necessary ambulance coverage: Number of ambulances and staging locations at your event. Number of medical staff and level of certification, i.e. MD, RN, Paramedic, EMT. Identify hours of coverage for ambulance and staff. Provide plan for back up services in case your medical staff becomes unavailable. Application Details: See document above Hours are 8am-5pm Sept 14. SMWFD is being hired and will manage this aspect. Aid Stations Please provide the following information regarding aid stations at your event: Number of Aid Stations and their locations at your event. Hours of operation. Number of medical staff and level of certification at the Aid Stations, i.e. MD, RN, Paramedic, EMT. Resources available at each aid station. Detail how medical staff will be identified, i.e. badges, uniforms, etc. Application Details: N/A Communication Plan Effective communication between the applicant, the event organizer, participants, and event staff can be the key to a smooth operating event. Please provide the following information to ensure effective communication during your event and in the event of an emergency. Communications Please provide the following information in this plan: Staff contact list with designated responsibility. Include all phone numbers and email addresses. If using hand held radios include radio channels. List assigned frequencies (UHF or VHF) Identify radio channels for each staffing group. i.e. Security=channel #2 NOTE: Be prepared to provide Law Enforcement and/or Emergency Medical Services with one of your radios. Application Details: Radio On Race Day ? Assign and distribute Radios, Headsets and scanners to all who need them ? Provide spare batteries and radios to control and the equipment van for use as needed during the day. ? Collect all radios, headsets and scanners at the end of the day. ? Charge batteries for next days use. Please see below for all contacts and radios channels. Radio frequency: 463.2625 Kyle Popejoy event chair 720-440-1637 Wayne Siebrecht event ops 303-947-1206 Lisa Williams race control 303-257-3557 Art Krill race steward 303-986-1600 Brian Nelson asst chair 303-589-9322 Scott Stekr asst ops 720-308-4303 Security & Safety Plan A Safe and Secure Environment needs to be provided for your event. Developing a safety plan will help identify and ultimately reduce the risks associated with your event. Please provide a written description of your security and safety plan by including the following information and uploading any necessary additional information. Contact the Town of Snowmass Village Police and the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District for assistance with this plan. Police Department: Phone: 970-923-5330 Email: police@tosv.com Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District Phone: 970-923-2212 Provide the Security Contact who will be available to public safety officials at all times during your event. Security Contact: (set to use the primary contact info) , , David Elkan, (303) 522-0302, delkan@snowmasstourism.com Security Have you hired a professional security company (bonded/insured) to plan and manage security for your event? If Yes, please provide the following information: Security agreement Security Organization Contact Person Telephone/Cell/E-mail List number of personnel and describe their duties and/or functions. Show security stations on the event site plan, Section 2. Include security communications. Public law enforcement services may be charged out at a rate to be determined in your agreement with the Chief of Police. The Chief of Police reserves the right to staff events as deemed necessary in the best interest of public safety. Evacuation Plan Safe and orderly egress from your event during an emergency is crucial. When developing your evacuation plan consider the following: Conditions under which an evacuation would be necessary. Conditions under which it may be better to shelter-in-place. A clear chain of command and designation of the person in your business authorized to order an evacuation or shutdown. Specific evacuation procedures, including routes and exits. Procedures for assisting visitors and employees to evacuate, particularly those with disabilities or who do not speak English. Designation of what, if any, employees will remain after the evacuation alarm to shut down critical operations or perform other duties before evacuating. Application Details: Overnight security will be hired to patrol the pit and staging areas. See attached operations plan for all detail on Safety Plan. Parking, Transportation, and Traffic Control Plan Transportation and Parking Please contact the Town of Snowmass Village Transportation for assistance with the transportation / parking portion of this plan. Transportation Phone: 970-923-2543 Traffic Control Plan Please contact Public Works for assistance with the Traffic Control portion of this plan. Public Works Phone: 970-923-5110 Provide the Parking and Transportation Contact who will be available to public safety officials at all times during your event. Parking and Transportation Contact: (set to use the primary contact info) , , David Elkan, (303) 522-0302, delkan@snowmasstourism.com Transportation & Parking What parking lots will be utilized to support your event? Will transportation be required to move your attendees from parking areas to your event? Will parking spaces be required for vendors, booths trailers, storage and/or staging? If so, how many spaces each day? Describe any special transportation and parking needs for artists, staff and/or volunteers. Provide for lodge vans, limos and taxis as needed; designate pick up/drop off locations. Have you received written authorization from the property owner(s) or authorized representative for use of the parking area(s)? If so, please provide a copy of the authorization. Will the parking be free or paid? Please provide a fee schedule. Will there be parking attendants? Numbers and locations. If egress takes place at night you must provide adequate safety lighting. Please provide event routes, schedules, and transportation calculations, (i.e. Egress Route #1- Event to Parking Lot) Total bus capacity x Round trips/hour = Passengers/hour x Length of egress = Total passengers/route). Transportation companies contracted w/point of contact and copy of contract. Will there be need for traffic control and flagging on local roads or road and/or traffic lane closure requests? If so, a traffic control plan prepared by a certified traffic control firm will be required and uploaded here. A certified Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) must be on site at all times flagging operations are taking place. All flaggers working shall be certified. A detailed signage plan, including detours needs to be provided. Application Details: Event pits will be lot 11 and 12. Lots will need to be cleared of vehicles prior to Wed Sept 12. Public parking will utilize all remaining numbered/garage and use Fanny hill where necessary. Elbert lane will be used as the staging grid for each race. All permissions have been granted. Parking attendants, please refer to maps. For full traffic plan, please see attached. PLEASE NOTE: We are looking towards TOSV transit to assist and communicate with RFTA to coordinate the transit plan. Debrief Please provide any additional feedback that may be of use for future repeats of this event. The Debriefing Step of the application is done to ensure both Town Staff and special event producers learn from their recent experiences. These lessons learned are then utilized for the next time you host a special event. Common Topics for Reviewing Successes and Challenges: Permit compliance Public comments, compliments, or complaints Attendance results and future goals Congestion issues Traffic complications Security or health concerns Noise complaints Trash and littering issues Other lessons learned Please provide a brief summary of how you think your event went, including any relevant topics above. Application Details: Great event for the first year! It was exciting and fun. Overall, the town received only a handful of complaints about the road closure, but we received a lot of compliments about the event and how cool it was. Main traffic challenge came during the afternoon rush. Would like to consider shortening the race day next year, and expanding it over the course of two days. Parking was maxed out, and if more participants attend the race in 2018, we will have to figure out more parking spaces. The radios and communications were a challenge. Would like to have more trained volunteers for traffic control. Roads: Everything went pretty smooth. Conditions of Approval and Permit Fees Please review and accept the terms of agreement and conditions of approval below: Special Event Permit Fee: If you have not done so already, permit Fees must be paid before your Special Event permit can be issued. AMOUNT DUE: WAIVED Pay Online Please upload your receipt to confirm payment has been received. Security and Compliance Deposit Major events and/or events occurring on or impacting Town property, resources, or right of way must post a $500.00 security deposit for any damages or violations caused from your event. By posting your security deposit and submitting this form, you are agreeing to comply with the operational details contained in your application and with the conditions of approval outlined on this page. Failure to do so may result in the forfeiture of all or part of your deposit. This is at the discretion of and determined by the Town during the debriefing of your special event. AMOUNT DUE: WAIVED Pay Online Conditions of Approval I understand that this event application and plan constitutes as a contract with the Town. The Town recognizes that unforeseeable circumstances do happen, and I understand that I am expected to communicate any deviations from this plan with the event coordinator as soon as possible. In addition, I agree to comply with the following rules and regulations applicable to my event: General Requirements: Certain refinements, modifications, or amendments to the permit may be necessary at the requrest of the Applicant, Town, or in response to impacts, complaints, or concerns that were not apparent at the time this application was made. The Town Manager or designee may authorize any such changes. Applicant shall adequately staff and supervise the event to ensure conformance with the Operations Plan outlined in this application. The event shall not generate debris, excessive noise, dust, smoke, odors, traffic or congestion that will adversely or unreasonably affect surrounding residences and/or daily operations of the Town. Should the Town or Applicant receive any complaint arising from this event, Applicant agrees to exhibit due diligence in attempting to resolve the problem. Failure to do so shall be cause for modification or revocation of this permit. Clean Up and Repairs: All areas affected by the activities conducted by, or under the direction or control of, the Applicant shall be restored to their pre-permit condition at the conclusion of this event. Any property that is damaged or destroyed during the period of the event and/or set up and load out, as a result of activities conducted by, or under the direction or control of the Applicant, shall be repaired or replaced, to the satisfaction of the Property Owner, at repaired or replaced, to the satisfaction of the Property Owner, at Applicant''s expense within fourteen (14) days of the conclusion of this event unless other arrangements are made in writing with the owner. Police, Fire, and Animal Services Department Modifications: All requirements of the Town Police Chief, Animal Service Officers, and the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District Fire Chief, whether imposed prior to or during this activity must be satisfied and shall be considered conditions of this permit. Wildlife Protection Ordinance: The following cannot be left overnight in a vendor tent: Unopened soda/alcohol cans or bottles Food product left unsecured (including canned or dried food such as beans) Refuse Oil and grease (in any form, including grease pans in portable stoves) Products with food scent (e.g. body lotion with almond scent, buckets of beer water or gray water) Section 7-157: Feeding of Wildlife ($50, $250, Summons to Court) No person shall knowingly leave or store any refuse, food product, pet food, grain or salt in a manner which would constitute a lure, attraction, or enticement of wildlife. Section 7-155: Special Event Refuse Disposal ($250, $500, Summons to Court) Outdoor special event sites shall be kept free from the accumulation of refuse edible by wildlife. Refuse must be collected from the grounds at the close of each day’s activities and shall be deposited in wildlife resistant containers or enclosures, or be removed to an appropriate disposal site.