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Temporary use permits are administrative regulations intended to provide orderly and effective management of temporary land uses not provided for in the district where the proposed use is located. Such uses are often found to be necessary and desirable for limited periods of time while they might not be keeping with the intent and purpose of the land uses established in article III of this Code, if allowed on a long-term basis.
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For additional information on the various boards, please visit the City Boards and Committees webpage.
The zoning designation for you property can be found on the Zoning Lookup.
You may also request a zoning and land use certificate https://www.myoldsmar.com/FormCenter/Planning-Redevelopment-7/Zoning-and-Land-Use-Certificate-request-165.
Planning Fee Schedule
Fees for temporary use permits, by use and class of use, shall be established from time to time by resolution of the city council. The city manager, at his discretion, may waive the established fee for temporary uses that are city sponsored or sponsored by civic or nonprofit organizations. The city manager may, in determination for a fee waiver request, require documentation establishing an organization's civic and/or nonprofit status. A current list of fees may be obtained online Exhibit A Temporary Use Permit Fee Schedule