WHAT IS A MAZE?
An Outdoor Combustible Maze: is an attraction that lacks a roof and is designed to disorient patrons, reduce vision, present barriers, or otherwise impede the flow of traffic and does not consist solely of living rooted plants such as corn stalks or trees, but includes mazes created from plants that have been cut and attached to an object to support them.
WHEN IS A PERMIT NOT REQUIRED?
* Mazes created solely of living, rooted plants, such as corn stalks or trees, are exempt from all permits. The living maze may be repaired without a permit only when the same or similar material is used to make the repair.
* A public address system that is a plug-in type ((plug and cord connected) does not require a permit.
*Mazes created solely of bales of hay or straw that are no more than 42 inches in height.
WHEN IS A PERMIT REQUIRED?
* An outdoor maze less than 6 feet in height that is created from plants that have been cut and attached to an object to support them and does not contain electrical equipment does not require a construction permit but must comply with the permitting requirements of the Uniform Fire Code (Type 1 permit).
* An outdoor maze 6 feet or greater in height that is created from plants that have been cut and attached to an object to support them requires a construction permit.
*If any electrical equipment is used in a maze made of any type of material, living or otherwise, an electrical permit must be secured.