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19.21.070. Seasonal outdoor vendors

            In addition to the regulations listed in Section 19.21.020, seasonal outdoor vendors shall also meet the following requirements:

            (1)        Vendors shall not utilize more than twenty-five percent (25%) of the required off-street parking for the onsite merchant;

            (2)        All seasonal outdoor structures and display areas shall have a professional appearance.  All equipment associated with the use shall be maintained in a new or near-new condition.  All retail items shall be displayed orderly, and all debris associated with the use shall be contained within the confines of the use and be cleaned at the end of each business day.  A business license will not be issued or may be revoked if structures or equipment are tattered, torn, frayed, significantly faded, have chipped or peeling paint or otherwise do not have a professional appearance;

            (3)        In addition to requirements (1) and (2) above, firework retailers shall adhere to the following standards:

                        (a)        Firework retailers are permitted in any CP-1 (Planned Neighborhood Commercial), CP-2 (Planned Community Commercial), CP-3 (Planned Regional Commercial), or C-H (Highway Regional Commercial) zoning district;

                        (b)        Firework retailers shall generally adhere to all requirements of the Layton Municipal Code Chapter 9.64 – Fireworks;

                        (c)        Each firework retailer shall be allowed up to two (2) banners for signage each with a maximum size of thirty (30) square feet.  The use of banners shall be allowed in conjunction with a valid business license.  No separate banner application is required and no additional banners are allowed; and

                        (d)        A firework retailer shall submit with each business license a picture or detailed drawing of any structure or equipment to illustrate conformance with all Building Code, Fire Code, and appearance standards.

            (4)        In addition to requirements (1) and (2) above, Christmas tree and pumpkin patch areas shall adhere to the following requirements:

                        (a)        Christmas tree and pumpkin patch areas are permitted in any CP-1 (Planned Neighborhood Commercial), CP-2 (Planned Community Commercial), CP-3 (Planned Regional Commercial), or C-H (Highway Regional Commercial) zoning district;

                        (b)        Christmas tree and pumpkin patch areas shall be allowed fifty (50) square feet of signage with an approved business license.  Signage shall be attached to fencing, an on-site structure, or on poles within the boundaries of the fenced area being used;

                        (c)        Christmas tree and pumpkin patch areas shall be enclosed with a six foot (6') temporary fence around the perimeter of the use; and

                        (d)        Applications shall include a detailed site plan with the following items in addition to those required in Section 19.21.020:

                                    (i)         Location and dimensions of the display area;

                                    (ii)        Location and number of parking stalls for customers; and

                                    (iii)       Sales booth and any other temporary structure.


Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 12-02, Repealed, 1/5/2012
Ord. No. 12-02, Enacted, 1/5/2012
Ord. No. 97-19, Enacted, 4/17/1997
Ord. No. 04-69, Recodified, 12/16/2004
Ord. No. 13-05, Amended, 4/4/2013
Ord. No. 14-15, Amended, 7/17/2014

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