A Temporary Use Permit can allow activities on a short-term basis that might not generally be allowed by zoning or development standards. Temporary Use Permits are generally used for things like outdoor sales, parking lot sales, food stands, or other service establishments on private property. The review process ensures that temporary uses do not impact the health, safety, and welfare of the community.
Use this process to apply for a Temporary Use Permit for up to 30 days. If your temporary use will be longer than that, you will need approval from the Zoning Board of Appeals.