(a) Purpose. The following standards are intended to accommodate temporary retail sales of donated items while protecting the public health, safety, and general welfare of the community.
(b) Review and approval. Temporary sales of donated items events require administrative approval through a minor revision to final site and building plans or minor revision to final development plans if the site is a planned development (see §§ 21.501.01 and 21.501.03) application process prior to the issuance of a seasonal sales license.
1. Parking. Prior to operating the temporary sale of donated items, a parking management plan must be approved by the issuing authority.
i. The temporary sales site must have at least 50% of parking required by § 21.301.06; and
ii. The issuing authority must make the determination there would be sufficient parking at the site and access to public right-of-way to accommodate the anticipated parking and traffic demand.
2. Items to be sold. Items sold must be donated to the governmental or charitable organization.
3. Maximum time period. Temporary retail sales of donated goods are limited to one occurrence per site per year and a maximum of 30 consecutive calendar days.
4. Seasonal sales license. Prior to operating the temporary sales of donated items facility, a seasonal sales license, pursuant to Chapter 14, Article IV, Division O of the city code, must be approved by the Issuing Authority.
(Ord. 2019-2, passed 1-7-2019)