Area Performance Planning allows for certain temporary uses
As with the Unified Land Management Ordinance (ULMO), the draft of the Area Performance Planning ordinance allows for certain temporary uses.
Under the draft ordinance, those seeking temporary uses would submit a plan for review, and after approval, shall be issued a temporary permit. The draft of the ordinance lists the following as potential temporary uses:
- fairs, carnivals, festivals and outdoor concerts;
- religious tent meetings;
- seasonal uses such as snow cone stands, produce stands and similar uses;
- intermittent uses such as firework stands, Christmas tree sales lots, haunted houses, haunted trails, and similar uses;
- modular real estate sales office;
- modular contractor’s office;
- temporary shelter;
- and mobile food services.
While the uses outlined in the draft of the APP ordinance are not a complete list, staff will determine the proper category of a temporary use not listed. Under the draft, the site on which the temporary use is located is required to be cleared of all debris and structures at the end of the time for which the use is permitted.
To learn more about temporary uses, read the draft of the Area Performance Planning ordinance by clicking here.