CITY OF TAMPA
& DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMITTING AND PROCESSING
SPECIAL USE 1 APPLICATION FOR TEMPORARY
NOTE: Please be aware that these guidelines are intended only as a guide to assist you in submitting your Special Use 1
(S-1) application. These guidelines are derived from Chapter 27 of the City Code. Please refer to the Code for any
concerns or clarifications regarding these guidelines. There is only one temporary vendor allowed per zoning lot.
I. PRE-APPLICATION CONFERENCE
Prior to submittal of a Special Use 1 (S-1) application, it is strongly recommended that the applicant schedule a
complimentary conference with a staff member from the Land Development Coordination Division. The purpose of
the conference is to advise the applicant regarding the review standards and process for the application.
II. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION
A. COMPLETE ORIGINAL APPLICATION FORM, SIGN AND NOTARIZED BY BOTH THE PROPERTY OWNER
AND THE APPLICATION. LEASES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
B. APPLICATION FEES: $27.50 - bank check, money order, Visa/Mastercard/AMEX/Discover
(PERSONAL CHECKS and CASH NOT ACCEPTED).
C. SITE PLAN: Please provide a site plan, survey or an aerial photograph of the site showing the location of your
business and/or tent, vending cart or vending vehicle. Please note that all tents must meet the requirements of
SUBMITTAL OF AN APPLICATION The application and all information required in item II above shall be submitted in
Planning Design & Development Coordination
1400 North Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33607
REVIEW AND DECISION BY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
A. REVIEW: The Land Development Coordination Division will certify the application when it has been determined that
all information on the application, including the legal description, is correct and complete. The Zoning Administrator will
evaluate the proposed Special Use for compliance with the applicable requirements of the Code.
B. APPROVAL: If the applicant meets all of the applicable requirements of the Code, the Zoning Administrator will
the Special Use and notify the applicant in writing. The applicant may then apply for appropriate building
permits and licenses.
C. DENIAL: If the applicant does not meet all of the applicable requirements of the Code, the Zoning Administrator will
deny the Special Use and notify the applicant in writing.