When is a Temporary Activity Permit required?
A temporary activity is an organized event or a commercial activity which does not occur more than four times in a calendar year and which does not exceed fourteen consecutive days in duration. Typical temporary activities that require a permit are grand opening sales, sidewalk sales, tent sales, street fairs, fundraising events, and holiday events.

Planning staff will review the application and will approve or deny the application based upon their findings associated to the type of activity, noise, parking, land coverage disturbance, signage, etc.

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1. Are all commercial uses allowed in commercial areas?
2. When is a Fence Permit required?
3. When is a Sign Permit required?
4. When is a Home Occupation Permit required?
5. What are the setback requirements for residential and commercial?
6. When is a Temporary Activity Permit required?
7. What is the process for addressing abandoned cars, garbage, trash, etc. on property?