Table 63-4-1.2: Draft Temporary Use Standards

Table 63-4-1.2

Temporary Use Standards

Temporary Use Permit

Location of Use

Hours of Use

Operational Limitations

Duration of Use

Outdoor sales of merchandise

Outdoor sales of merchandise may be allowed on a vacant or undeveloped property or on a parcel with an operational principal use. Sales shall be conducted on private property, shall conform to the sight distance requirements (Sec. 66-2-11), and shall be set back at least 30 feet from road rights-of-way. If operated on a property with a principal use, outdoor sales shall not reduce the minimum required parking, shall not disrupt site access or circulation, and shall be set back 30 feet from all property lines.

Same as business hours.

Safe vehicular and pedestrian circulation shall be provided, including: minimizing vehicular-pedestrian conflicts; providing adequate directional signage; ensuring access by emergency vehicles; and maintaining full access to permanent uses on-site if they are operating simultaneous with the outdoor sales.

See Table 63-4-1.1, Frequency and Duration of Allowed Temporary Uses

Portable building / office

A portable building may not be allowed on a vacant or undeveloped parcel. On a lot or parcel with a principal use, a portable building shall be set back the same as for the principal building. An alternative location may be approved as part of the temporary use permit if there is no reasonable location that complies with the required setbacks.

Same as the business hours.

May be used for any purpose other than as a residence.

No limit for schools; construction-related facilities shall be removed prior to the certificate of occupancy; and other buildings shall be removed within two years from date of permit, unless extended by the Board.

Portable On-Demand Storage (PODS) and other portable storage containers

A portable storage container may be allowed on a vacant or undeveloped property or on a parcel with an operational principal use. The container shall not encroach into setbacks, over sidewalks, or onto public rights-of-way. The container shall be set back at least 30 feet from all property lines, and shall be located to minimize its view from road rights-of-way or a residential use or Zoning District.

None.

May be used for any purpose other than as a residence.

See Table 63-4-1.1, Frequency and Duration of Allowed Temporary Uses