Only two parks in Lemon Grove will be allowed to have those big, bright commercial inflatable jumpers and bounce houses favored for kids’ birthday parties.Starting July 1, the city will begin enforcing new rules about the jumpers at Berry Street Park and Lemon Grove Park. Those parks were chosen because they include restrooms, playgrounds, cookout sites and park benches and also have enough open turf and spacing to safely accommodate jumpers, city staff told the City Council at the May 21 council meeting. The city will limit the specific areas in both parks where the jumpers may be located and staff will create an overhead map of those places.Lemon Grove also will keep a list of pre-qualified vendors that a resident may choose from. City staff said it would contact Lemon Grove inflatable jumper companies with active business licenses in the county and ask them to apply for a city business license in Lemon Grove. Companies interested in working with the city would also need to provide proof of insurance. If a resident wishes to use a vendor not on the list, that vendor must acquire a business license and provide the insurance requirements prior to the event. Lemon Grove… Read full this story
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