Permit Application 2
a. Outdoor occupancy shall not exceed the originally approved occupancy limit
for the restaurant.
b. Permit holder must at all time comply with the Governor’s Executive Order
20- 112 and any rules promulgated by the Florida Department of Business
and Professional Regulation.
c. Permit holder is responsible to ensure a clear path is maintained for access
to the restaurant and temporary outdoor dining area in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
d. If the outdoor seating area is located wholly or partially within a parking
area, a temporary physical barrier must be placed separating the outdoor
seating area and pedestrian access thereto, from the remaining parking.
e. If utilizing one or more outdoor tents, permit holder shall ensure all points
of ingress and egress remain unblocked.
f. The maximum tent size that may be used without a permit is 10’ x 10’.
Larger tents will require a building permit and corresponding building
g. Permit holder must ensure that sufficient access is preserved for emergency
vehicles and fire hydrants.
h. The establishment must provide sufficient parking spaces to meet minimum
LDC requirements based on all available seating, including with respect to
the outdoor seating area.
i. City inspection of final setup is required prior to commencing operations.
a. Permits are subject to termination by subsequent Executive Order of the
Governor or the City Manager.
b. Under no circumstances shall a permit remain valid beyond the Local State
The City hereby temporarily suspends the enforcement of Section 21-63.01(a), 21-
63.01(c), 21-650.04(c) and 21-650.07(b) of the Land Development Code for all businesses
providing essential services.
a. Temporary signage shall not be located within the rights-of-way, in a
manner restricting an accessible path under the Americans with Disabilities
Act, or in a manner that interferes with or impacts the safe passage of
vehicular or pedestrian traffic.
Temporary Sign Duration. The City will enforce Section 21-63.01(a), 21-63.01(c), 21-
650.04(c), and 21-650.07(b) of the Land Development Code for businesses after the
termination of local State of Emergency.