(A)   A temporary access is one which serves property abutting a county highway and is used for a specified purpose for less than 12 months and then is removed in its entirety or is replaced with a permanent access. A temporary access may be either a minor access or a major access depending on the daily traffic volumes.
   (B)   Examples of temporary access can include, but are not limited to, access for special events, construction access to backyards, access for a construction entrance to begin initial site preparation work or construction of on-site utilities prior to approval of a permanent access permit.
   (C)   The Access Control Officer may extend a temporary access permit in special cases where temporary access is required for more than 12 months.
(Ord. 19-1061, passed 7-9-2019)