When is a Temporary Use Permit required?
Chapter 40, Section 40.80 of the City Development Code describes four Temporary Use applications: 1) Temporary Mobile Sales, 2) Temporary Non-Mobile Sales, 3) Temporary Structure, and 4) Temporary Real Estate Office. Uses and activities that are temporary in nature, as further described under application thresholds, are subject to permit. Temporary Use Permits are required for temporary uses and activities involving private property.

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1. Do I need a permit? If so, which permit is necessary for my event?
2. What events are exempt?
3. When is a Special Event Permit required?
4. Examples of temporary events requiring Special Event Permits
5. When is a Temporary Use Permit required?
6. Examples of temporary events requiring Temporary Use Permits:
7. How long does it take to get a permit?
8. What details will I be asked for on the Special Event Permit Application?
9. What details will I be asked to provide for the Temporary Use Permit?
10. How can I check on the status of my permit? Will I be notified when my permit is approved?