Entertainment, Recreation & Animals
Listed below are the applications for a new license. Before you begin, look at our instructions on how to apply for a business license.
Mechanical, electronic, and video games for customers to play with a coin or token. Each machine must have a license. Here are a few examples.
· electric gun ranges
· games of baseball or hockey
· miniature pool tables
· photo machines
· pinball machines
· recording machines
Any place that has three or more amusement mechanical devices (arcade machines).
A traveling show with acts, games, vending machines, or amusement rides.
A traveling show with acrobats, clowns, entertainers and/or trained animals.
Courtesy Bench: Any bench near the street used by the public.
Dance Hall: A place where people pay to dance.
A school where people pay to learn dance.
: A business offering entertainment to the public. Examples include
· children’s theater
· dance productions
· musical concerts
· public dances
A Place of Entertainment license is not required for the following:
· dance halls
· food establishments with less than 2,500 square feet
· places licensed for on-sale beer, wine or liquor
· religious organizations
· movie theaters
: Any business that is open later than their legal hours.
: A horse-drawn carriage for hire.
( The sale, grooming, breeding, or any other care of animals, reptile, fish or birds.
: A business that offers pool or billiards for customers.
: A building, available for rent, for a private event. A license is not required for theaters or businesses with an alcohol license. A Temporary Rental Hall License is available for places used for four or less days per year.
A place for shooting guns at a target. Shooting galleries for only by military or police departments do not need a license.
: Any structure that contains water for swimming by the public. Each pool, hot tub or whirlpool needs a license. This includes hotels, health clubs, apartments and public pools.
Last updated Oct 21, 2019