Can a property have temporary housing?

Yes, for up to 2 years if the owner is constructing or reconstructing a permanent residence on the site and the building permit for the permanent residence remains active.

The Ordinance also has allowance for emergency housing. An example of emergency housing is temporary shelter for persons displaced by fire, flood, etc.

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1. Why do I need a Temporary Use Permit?
2. What uses typically require a Temporary Use Permit?
3. Can a property have temporary housing?
4. My parents are ill and need my care. Can I place another residence on my property until their condition changes?
5. Is a Temporary Use Permit necessary for a weekend or a seasonal event?