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Street Vendors

This is Subtitle 17 of the Baltimore City Code, titled “Street Vendors.” It is part of Article 15, titled “Licensing and Regulation.” It contains 26 laws.

Editor's Note: Ordinance 04-854 rewrote this subtitle, expanding its coverage to encompass virtually all types of street vendors in all areas of the City. Part I. Definitions; General Provisions
§ 17-1
Definitions.
§ 17-2
Mandatory, prohibitory, and permissive terms.
§ 17-3
Scope.
§ 17-4 to 17-5
{Reserved}
§ 17-6
Board established.
§ 17-7
Officers; expenses.
§ 17-9
Rules and regulations.
§ 17-10
{Reserved}
§ 17-11
License required.
§ 17-12
Classes and scope of licenses.
§ 17-13
Limitations and conditions.
§ 17-14
Applications.
§ 17-15
Fees.
§ 17-16
Temporary licenses.
§ 17-17
Vendor identification – In general.
§ 17-18
Vendor identification – Country growers.
§ 17-19 to 17-20
{Reserved}
§ 17-21
Food vendors – Residential areas.
§ 17-22
Food vendors – Near schools.
§ 17-23
Food vendors – Receptacles; clean-up.
§ 17-24
Food vendors – Truck peddler near retail store.
§ 17-25
{Reserved}
§ 17-26
All vendors – Near farmers’ market.
§ 17-27 to 17-30
{Reserved}
§ 17-31
Revocations and suspensions.
§ 17-32
Administrative appeals.