Temporary Use Permit
Temporary uses are uses that are allowed in a zoning district for a specified limited duration, subject to approval of a Temporary Use Permit. They include such uses as temporary sales, temporary structures, and special events. Examples include seasonal sales of produce or agricultural products, construction or sales trailers, model sales homes, or short-term storage in portable shipping containers.
The UDO requires Temporary Use Permits to allow the City to evaluate a proposed temporary use to determine if it will create a health or safety impact. If the temporary use will create such an impact, the Temporary Use Permit will be approved only if conditions address the health and safety concerns.