Wake Forest Unified Development Ordinance - July 2022

General Provisions For All Districts 4.7 Temporary Uses


1. Use of Temporary Structure: One temporary structure, such as a construction trailer or temporary modular unit may be used as a real estate sales office in any new construction project in any district. Such a temporary structure shall be used for the sale of units within that project only. 2. Time Limit: Temporary real estate offices in construction trailers or temporary modular units may remain on the site until the development completion date. D. Real Estate Office in a Model Home: A model dwelling may be used as a real estate sales office in a new residential development in any District. Such a model home/sales office may be used for the sale of units within that project only. E. Large Events (Bazaars, Festivals, Carnivals, Fairs, Circuses, Concerts & Similar Outdoor Gatherings with the total anticipated assembly of 1,500 or more people and duration of 2 or more days per calendar year on an individual parcel or site) 1. The following information is required as part of the application process a minimum of 30 days prior to the planned event: a. Anticipated attendance, including previous attendance figures if the event has occurred at least once in the previous 5 years; b. Anticipated number of days needed to prepare location for use; c. Means of activity containment (i.e. fencing, security, etc.); d. Event security, crowd control and traffic safety measures. Provisions for these must be approved by the Town of Wake Forest Police Department; e. Location of temporary signage as regulated by Section 11.10.14 of this ordinance; f. Existing land uses of all adjacent properties; g. Location of restroom facilities; h. Method and location of garbage impoundment and means of removal; i. Location and method of site lighting; j. Signed affidavit verifying that all property owners within 100 feet have been notified of date, time and nature of the event with the letter that was sent attached; k. Proof of liability insurance; and l. Adequate access for emergency vehicles. 2. If the applicant is not also the owner of the real property upon which the use will take place, then the applicant will include as part of the completed application a copy of the lease or rental agreement pertaining to the temporary use, and also an attachment providing: a. The name of each responsible party on the lease or rental agreement, as well as any organization on whose behalf a person is applying (collectively “Applicant”); b. The contact information for all responsible parties on the lease or rental agreement as well as any organization on whose behalf a person is applying (collectively “Applicant”). 3. Other Permits May Be Required: Applicant is responsible for obtaining all other applicable permits, such as building permits, ABC licenses, and health department approval. Proof of application for these permits must be submitted with the development permit application. 4. Location, Duration, and Hours of Operation: a. Events located in residential zoning districts shall be limited to an individual parcel or site for a period of time not to exceed 14 consecutive days and no more than 2 events per calendar year.

Town of Wake Forest Unified Development Ordinance – July 19, 2022


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