SEC. 16-476.  PERMITTED.
   (A)   No uses listed in this section shall be conducted unless a temporary use permit authorizing such a use has been approved.  No temporary use shall be permitted to occur within or on public street rights-of-way or public property, including sidewalks, parks and parking lots, unless a temporary use permit has been granted for such uses.
   (B)   The following temporary uses may be permitted subject to the granting of a temporary use permit in accordance with the provisions of this division:
      (1)   Residential zones, property for which a residential use has been approved, and C-O zone -
         (a)   Construction signs, as defined in article IX;
         (b)   Sales or rental offices which are part of a project containing five or more contiguous residential lots or units, are located on or immediately adjacent to the site of the project, and are in conformance with section 16-319;
         (c)   Subdivision model homes and related facilities;
         (d)   Subdivision signs, as defined in article IX;
         (e)   Temporary construction yards and offices used only in conjunction with development of uses permitted by the applicable zone, and located on or immediately adjacent to the site of the development; provided, however, that one adult caretaker may be present during nonconstruction hours;
         (f)   Youth, charitable or nonprofit organization projects;
         (g)   Similar temporary uses, which the director has determined to be compatible with the zone and surrounding land uses; and
         (h)   In commercial zones, a temporary office structure where a permanent office building has been severely damaged by fire or other catastrophe.
      (2)   C-1 zone -
         (a)   Those temporary uses listed in subsection (1) above;
         (b)   Christmas tree lots;
         (c)   Grand opening signs, as defined and regulated by article IX; and
         (d)   Similar temporary uses, which the director has determined to be compatible with the zone and surrounding land uses.
      (3)   C-2, CBD and C-P-D zones -
         (a)   Those temporary uses listed in subsection (2) above;
         (b)   Auctions;
         (c)   Mechanical amusement rides, except in the CBD zone;
         (d)   Outdoor carnivals, circuses and rodeos, except in the CBD zone;
         (e)   Outdoor concerts;
         (f)   Outdoor itinerant shows;
         (g)   Outdoor religious revival meetings;
         (h)   Outdoor sales, when the sale occurs adjacent to the permanent retail facility in which the same type of goods are sold by the same seller; and
         (i)   Similar temporary uses, which the director has determined to be compatible with the zone and surrounding land uses.
      (4)   C-M, M-L, M-1, M-2,  M-P-D and BRP zones -
         (a)   Auctions;
         (b)   Construction signs as regulated in article IX;
         (c)   Grand opening signs, as referred to in article IX;
         (d)   Subdivision signs, as regulated in article IX;
         (e)   Temporary construction yards and offices used only in conjunction with development of uses permitted in the applicable zones and located on or immediately adjacent to the site of a development; provided, however, that one adult caretaker may be present during nonconstruction hours.
         (f)   Youth, charitable or nonprofit organization projects; and
         (g)   Similar temporary uses, which the director has determined to be compatible with the zone and surrounding land uses.
      (5)   C-R zone -
         (a)   Subdivision signs, as regulated in article IX;
         (b)   Temporary construction yards and offices used only in conjunction with development permitted in this zone, and located on or immediately adjacent to, the site of said development; provided, however, that one adult caretaker may be present during nonconstruction hours;
         (c)   Youth, charitable or nonprofit organization projects; and
         (d)   Similar temporary uses, which the director has determined to be compatible with the zone and surrounding land uses.
      (6)   Outdoor sales of only vegetables, fruits and flowers on property located in the C-R zone or on a portion of property that is otherwise zoned, but that is engaged in agricultural production for the duration of the temporary use; provided, however, that such use shall be located at least 75 feet from any structure used for residential purposes, where such structure is under different ownership
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-4.2)  (Ord. No. 1409, 1633, 1836)