2017 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 44 - Trade and Commerce
§ 44-1799.62 Municipality and county powers; public inspection exception; violation; classification
44-1799.62. Municipality and county powers; public inspection exception; violation; classification
A. Municipalities and counties may:
1. Administer and enforce this article for amusement rides in their respective jurisdictions.
2. Establish reasonable and necessary fees to administer and enforce this article. The fees shall not exceed fees charged for business licenses or temporary use permits for similar temporary businesses.
3. Request from each amusement ride owner or operator, a sponsor, lessor or landowner or any other person responsible for an amusement ride information to determine that the insurance required by this article is in effect and that the amusement ride has been inspected at least annually.
4. Review and retain other records necessary to establish compliance with this article, including insurance certificates or policies, inspection certificates and reports, permits, licenses, maintenance records, injury records and operational records. The records listed in this paragraph are not subject to public inspection. Records may be disclosed on written consent of the owner, on receipt of a court order or if required by law. Any person who knowingly discloses any record or other information in violation of this section is guilty of a class 3 misdemeanor.
B. Municipalities and counties that elect to administer and enforce this article shall collect fees and review information at the time of the application for a permit. The application shall be submitted at least thirty days before a scheduled public operation of the amusement ride.
C. A permit is only valid in the municipality or county for which it is issued.