Main Street Mall & Court Square - Vendor Permit

Outdoor vendors and activities are a desirable element in the animation of Main Street Mall, and the Downtown Memphis Commission encourages such sidewalk merchants. In order to ensure a uniform standard of quality in appearance and operation, certain guidelines have been established. These guidelines must be followed for a vendor permit (Main Street Mall encroachment permit) to be issued and maintained. The Downtown Memphis Commission is authorized to approve or disapprove vendors on Main Street Mall according to Volume I, Chapter 7, Article II, Section 7-17 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Memphis. The Commission is further empowered to establish written rules and regulations governing operation of all common mall activities through Volume I, Chapter 7, Article IV, and Section 7-77 of the Code. The mall area as defined by Article IV extends from Peabody Place on the south to Exchange Avenue on the north including Court Square and Civic Center Plaza.

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* 1. contact info

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* 2. Seeking encroachment permit for: 

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* 3. Purpose of Permit:

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* 4. Beginning Date/Time:

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* 5. Ending Date/Time:

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* 6. List any authorized equipment/vehicles:

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* 7. This encroachment is authorized for the above-described activity only. This permit can be revoked if complaints and/or disturbances arise. Applicant agrees not to deface any mall surfaces in any way or to block pedestrian traffic and further agrees to abide by all provisions of the Main Street Mall Operations.

Policies & Vendor Guidelines.
Any applicant leasing a Downtown Memphis Commission vendor cart agrees to return the cart in the same condition in which it was received, less normal wear and tear. Applicant does hereby indemnify and hold the Downtown Memphis Commission and the City of Memphis harmless from any claim, demand, action, suit, and otherwise, of any type whatsoever, directly or indirectly,  resulting or alleged to have resulted from the temporary use of the Main Street Mall as stated above.

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