§ 84.25.050  Additional Development Standards.
   (a)   Additional Standards.  In addition to the standards in § 85.15.020 (Types of Temporary Use Permits and Review Authority), above, the Director shall establish the following additional standards for a proposed temporary structure or use, using the requirements of the applicable land use zoning district, Division 3 (Countywide Development Standards), and Division 4 (Standards for Specific Land Uses and Activities) for guidance:
      (1)   Structure and Property Development Improvements.  Access, floor areas, heights, landscaping, off-street parking, setbacks, signs, utilities, and other structure and property development improvements and features;
      (2)   Removal of the Activity and Site Restoration.  Measures for removal of the activity and site restoration, to ensure that no changes to the site would limit the range of possible future land uses otherwise allowed by this Development Code.  Performance security may be required before installation of the temporary structure or initiation of the temporary use to ensure cleanup after the structure is removed or the use is finished in compliance with § 86.06.050 (Performance Guarantees); and
      (3)   Time Limitation.  Limitation on the duration of an approved “temporary structure,” to a maximum of 12 months, so that it shall not become a permanent or long-term structure.
   (b)   Display of Permit and Approvals.  A valid Temporary Use Permit shall be prominently displayed so that it is visible at all times from the exterior of the permitted structure or use and available for inspection.  A permitted temporary structure shall provide evidence of approval by the State Department of Housing and Community Development as required by the Health and Safety Code or the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where applicable.
   (c)   Other Regulations.  Installation of a permitted structure or use shall comply with the requirements and regulations of the Department and the following:
      (1)   Development Code.
      (2)   Building and Safety Division.
      (3)   Fire Department.
      (4)   Environmental Health Services Division.
      (5)   Applicable State and Federal regulations.
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007)