Please send all permit applications to: email@example.com(3) "167"
Permit Delay for Historic Structures
Beginning on August 6, 2019, properties that are designated historic or contain structures built in 1940 or earlier may be subject to a delay of up to 90 days on issuance of a demolition permit or building permit for exterior work. This delay is being enacted pursuant to Ordinances #01-19/20 and #02-19/20, adopted by City Council on July 16, 2019.
For more information, contact the Planning Director, Milan Nevajda at firstname.lastname@example.org
Outdoor Dining and Parklets on City Streets
The City has updated Chapter 23 of the Code of Ordinances to allow "parklets" in certain locations within the City. A parklet is a protected area within the public right of way that allows for on-street dining, public space for seating, art displays, or other public uses. Parklets are permitted seasonally from April 15th to November 1st and approved permits for parklets would allow operation over a three-year period with annual licensing requirements and inspections.
Parklets do not cannot be located within travelling lanes or on sidewalks; retail displays and dining or seating on sidewalks will continue to be processed as license request from the City Clerk's office.
Parklets may be permitted in the following Designated Parklet Locations (DPLs), which are established by City Council Order. A web-map of the DPLs is also available as a reference. Amendments to the DPLs requires a Council Order and may be requested through the Planning Division or by contacting the Planning Director, Milan Nevajda at email@example.com
Parklet Applications are available in the form list below.