(a) Application Required. A person desiring to conduct a temporary use shall file an application for the same, on a form provided by the City, with the City Secretary. Upon receiving a fully completed application and all information required in connection with the application and the application fee, the City Secretary will present the application to the City Council. A fully completed application must be filed with the City Secretary at least ten days before a Council meeting. An application fee of $50.00 must be submitted at the time of the filing of the application; the fee is to cover a portion of the costs of the City’s review and processing of the application and is non-refundable.
(b) Application Contents. An application must include:
(i) a statement that the applicant is the owner of the property (and the application must be signed by the owner), or if not the owner, a signed, original statement from the owner of the property stating that the applicant is authorized to submit the application and to conduct the requested temporary use thereon and to bind the property owner to all conditions of the permit and this section;
(ii) a diagram (to scale) of the property where the use is proposed to be located (including all property boundary lines), the location on the property of all facilities to be used in connection with the temporary use (including the distance of such facilities from the property lines and a description of the facilities), the location on the property of any signage to be used in connection with the temporary use, methods of ingress and egress to and from the property, location of off-street parking, the proposed time period for the temporary use and the hours of use, the names and addresses (physical address, not a post-office box) of all persons that will use the property for the purposes identified in the application, and any additional information required by the City Secretary or City building official in connection with the proposed temporary use; and
(ii) a statement by which the applicant agrees that City inspectors may enter and inspect the land or premises that is the subject of the application and the permit for purposes of determining compliance with the permit (if issued) and all applicable ordinances, laws, rules, codes, standards, and regulations.