Council has to OK Brautigam to sign that.
The city is only doing two: 9th to 11th on Pearl (plus part of an alley) and the event street on Uni Hill near Pennsylvania and 13th.
Boulder is ahead of the game, Bowden says. Emergency order issued today, waived parking requirements and opened applications for outdoor dining.
Should also mention that those street closures are billed as Phase 1... but no info on Phase 2 and where/what that might be.
o Simple elements - no decking, no structures = no permits!
o Removable tables, benches, chairs & umbrellas
o Tents and canopies
o Moveable planters
o Rugs and artificial turf
o Ornamental Lighting
o Murals and art on barriers and containment devices
o 10:00 pm Sunday – Thursday & 11:00 pm Friday & Saturday + Federal Holidays
o Amplified outdoor music until 9:00 p.m
Should track along with three-day review process, Ferro says.
Areas to be used for sit down dining only
o No structures or decking
o Obstructions: storm drain inlets, drain pans, valve boxes and manholes
o No extension cords across sidewalks or parking lots
o Tents & Canopies - some size limitations
o Permission from property owner
o No outdoor grills, heaters, candles, etc.
Which is tmrw
Cowern: We're buying those barricades so we'll have them in perpetuity. Will be up by Friday evening.
Ferro: Similar to public. We're asking ppl to keep it really, really simple. At the end of the day, landlord is the one who says what's OK or not.
Bowden: We've looked into this but can't find a way to do it equitably, but our partners are looking into maybe providing lists of where restaurants can find furniture.
Bowden: Yes. It's their property and their tenants, so they can do what they want.
I will follow up with cost info for the barricades. It's only ~3 blocks so probably not v much but.... information is power!