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Temporary Use

Temporary uses include  Christmas Tree sales, Fireworks, temporary contractor or real estate office, produce stands, festivals or food stands. Applicants are required to submit site plans and receive approval from the Planning Commission for temporary uses. 

Step 1. Pre-Application Communication
Applicants are encouraged to speak with the Planning Department prior to submitting an application. This gives the applicant an opportunity to ensure they are submitting the correct information and application.  

Step 2. Application Submittal
Applications should be submitted according to the submittal schedule.  There is a $100 fee for a temporary use application.  At the same time as submission for approval to the Planning Commission applicants should contact police, fire and public works to ensure any criteria in these departments are being met. 

Step 3. Staff Review
Staff will review the submittal for adherence to zoning, codes and fire requirements.  Applicant will be notified of any issues that must resolved. 

Step 4. Resubmittal of Plan
If necessary the applicant shall resubmit plans addressing issues noted by staff. 

Step 5. Planning Commission Review
Temporary Use Site plans will be placed on the agenda and if requested the applicant should be prepared to make a presentation concerning the request.  The Planning Commission will approve the site plan and staff will issue the temporary use permit.  

Step 6.  Continue with other departments 
Applicants should continue to work with fire, police and public works.