Amusement facility - permanent or temporary

Permanent Facilities

Facilities open for public viewing or participation. Used for:
  • Performances of music dance, comedy, oration and drama.
  • Sporting events, exhibitions, animal exhibitions, billiard parlor, and pool hall. 
  • Recreational activities such as bowling.
  • Spaces that include four or more amusement devices such as video and computer games, pinball machines, and foosball machines.

Temporary Facilities

Short term show, exhibition, or special event where there is a charge for admission. This includes things such as:

  • Circuses, carnivals, rodeos, festivals, fairs, bazaars.
  • Haunted houses and Christmas shows.
  • Petting zoos and stock shows.
  • Automotive shows, collector shows, touring exhibits and similar.
  • Concerts, dances, music performances, dramatic or comedy performances.

Facilities owned or operated by the following are exempt from licensing:

  • Nonprofit organization
  • School
  • College
  • University
  • City