What is a Temporary Use Permit used for?

Temporary Use Permits are needed for pennants, banners, portable signs, and inflatables for businesses.  If more than one portable device is on the parcel, it must be a minimum of 60 feet apart. Banners and signs cannot exceed thirty-two (32) square feet.  Another Temporary Use is a temporary tent.  Tents used for commercial sales are allowed as a temporary fixture for the period of not more than thirty (30) days no more than twice per year.  

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1. How do I obtain a Building/Improvement Location Permit?
2. What are the requirements for a Building/Improvement Location Permit?
3. How do I know if I need a permit?
4. Where can I get a copy of the Building Code?
5. What is a Temporary Use Permit used for?
6. Do you need a permit to demolish a building?
7. Do I need a permit for a swimming pool?
8. Is a permit needed for a temporary pool?
9. Where on my property can I place a pool?
10. Do I have to fence in my yard when I put up a pool?
11. How long do I have to start work after I obtain a permit?
12. Where on my property can I place a shed (Detached Accessory Building)?
13. How to obtain a Contractor’s License or Business License?
14. How do I file a complaint?
15. Can I have a storage container on my property?