Town of Pinedale, WY
Sublette County
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A. 
General. No trailer court, as defined in Chapter 475, shall be used or occupied within the Town for the parking of trailer coaches without first having obtained an annual trailer court permit.
B. 
Application:
(1) 
Site plan including utility hookup locations and parking.
(2) 
Proof of a temporary permit from the State Health Officer.
C. 
Review.
(1) 
Application for a permit must be made to the Planning and Zoning Commission for recommendation to the Town Council.
(2) 
Upon approval by the Town Council and presentation of satisfactory evidence of a valid permit issued by public health authorities the permit shall be issued for a year.
D. 
Nuisances; violations and penalties.
(1) 
Any violation of this article is adjudged and declared to be a nuisance and shall summarily be abated by proper proceeding brought therefor.
(2) 
Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall be subject to the general penalty as provided in Chapter 1, Article IV, General Penalty, of this Code.
A. 
General. A permit is required for any person, individual, firm, association, syndicate, copartnership, corporation or any other legal entity to park, store or let stand any vehicle, trailer or semitrailer containing as cargo flammable liquids or explosives for any period exceeding two hours in, at, upon or beside any street or highway or any private road or driveway within the Town.
B. 
Application. Any person may apply to the Mayor or the Mayor's designee for a permit for release from the time limits designated in this section, which permit and conditions thereof shall rest within the discretion of the Mayor.
The livestock permit is required and is regulated under Chapter 122, Animals.
A. 
General.
(1) 
Refer to Chapter 475: Zoning, Article XXV, Solar Rights, for additional information.
(2) 
A solar permit shall be granted before a solar right may be established.
(3) 
A solar permit shall be granted for any proposed or existing solar collector which complies with the requirements of these regulations.
(4) 
The solar right vests on the date the solar permit is granted. The solar collector shall be put to beneficial use within two years, except additional time may be granted for good cause. The Town shall certify the right and its beneficial use within two years of its vesting.
(5) 
Existing solar collector users shall apply for permits within five years after the date the ordinance codified in this section is passed.
(6) 
A solar right which is not applied to a beneficial use for a period of five years or more shall be deemed abandoned and without priority.
B. 
Application.
(1) 
Any person who desires to obtain a solar right shall first make application to the Town for a solar access permit.
(2) 
The application for a permit along with the required fee shall be filed on a form furnished for that purpose. Information adequate to determine compliance with these regulations shall accompany the application.
(3) 
The Town, after review of the application, may grant a solar access permit for any proposed or existing solar collector which complies with these regulations.
C. 
A copy of the solar permit shall be recorded with the County Clerk by the person receiving the solar permit. The solar permit shall include a description of the collector surface, or that portion of the collector surface to which the permit is granted. The description shall include the dimensions of the collector surface, the direction of orientation, the height above ground level, the location of the collector on the solar user's property and the date the solar permit was granted (verbatim of § 475-217, Recording of permits).
A. 
General. Temporary use permits are for intense short-term activities and structures that may not otherwise be permitted on a permanent basis in the zoning district. Applications may be approved, approved with conditions or denied if the impact of the proposed event is found to materially adversely impact the health, safety or welfare of the residents of the Town. Permits may be renewed after the same consideration process as the initial permit application.
B. 
Permit types, general requirements, and additional information.
(1) 
Events/uses in public rights-of-way.
(a) 
Special events that take place in public rights-of-way or require a street closure must have a temporary use permit. This provision refers to organized gatherings such as races, parades, concerts, farmers' markets, fairs and festivals or other similar events. This also includes limited storage of items during construction. Duration of such permits is limited to the event and staging period. Applicants for permits relating to events requiring street closures or limited access must provide notice to all adjacent property owners within 140 feet of the parcel prior to consideration. Applications must be considered by the Town Council.
(b) 
The Mayor may, in his or her discretion, issue a permit to establish, maintain and operate a camp or a camp facility in connection with a special event. In exercising his or her discretion to issue a temporary permit, the Mayor may consider any facts or evidence bearing on the sanitary, health, safety and welfare conditions on or surrounding the area or tract of land upon which the proposed temporary camp or camp facility is to be located.
(2) 
Itinerant merchants. Itinerant merchants are individual operations selling items for short periods of time as they pass through the area. Itinerant merchants are permitted in commercial districts only. Vendors as part of a festival or other event are permitted under the event's temporary use permit and are not considered itinerant merchants. The permit shall not exceed two weeks. Applications may be approved and issued by Town staff.
(3) 
Temporary structures. "Temporary structures" refer to temporary buildings (modular) not placed on a foundation to provide office space, extra classrooms, or for security purposes. The applicant must complete a building permit application and meet those requirements as applicable. Temporary structures are not permitted in residential-zoned areas. Permits shall not exceed one year. Applications must be considered by the Town Council.
(4) 
Construction yard and building. A temporary building or yard for construction materials and/or equipment incidental and necessary for current construction in the immediate surrounding area must have a temporary use permit. Permitted uses may include RVs for temporary worker housing associated with the construction but not hazardous materials storage or asphalt/concrete plants. Permits shall not exceed six months. Applications may be approved and issued by Town staff. The Town Council may approve time extensions.
(5) 
Temporary nonconforming manufactured home permit. Upon application of a landowner, the Town Council may by resolution approve and issue a temporary nonconforming manufactured home permit to the landowner. Such a permit may be approved and issued only if the landowner certifies to the Town that the landowner intends to use the nonconforming manufactured home as a place of abode during the construction of a dwelling upon the property. Such a permit may be approved and issued for a maximum of 90 days. The Town Council may approve time extensions.
(6) 
Other uses. "Other uses" refer to any other uses not listed here that require temporary use of Town rights-of-way, parks or other properties, or short-term activities and structures that may not otherwise be permitted on a permanent basis in the zoning district. Applications must be considered by Town Council.
C. 
Additional requirements:
(1) 
Application shall include general information required to conduct business, including contact information, property descriptions, and other such information required for the general review of the application. Include proof of event or liability insurance and/or Wyoming Sales Tax License, permits from other agencies (i.e., WYDOT, BLM, USFS, etc.), as applicable.
(2) 
A written description describing the proposed use including number of participants, location and route of use/structures, type of restrooms, parking areas, hours of operation, duration of use, cleanup schedule, road or lane closures or activities within the ROW, safety or emergency plan, signage and other features associated with the use.
(3) 
A site sketch that includes the layout, dimension, and location of structures, routes, restrooms, parking, signage or other features associated with the use.
D. 
Issuance. Once a completed application is received, the Town shall schedule designated applications at the next available Town Council meeting. A permit shall be issued within two days of Town Council approval. For permits staff are authorized to issue without Town Council approval, staff shall rule on the permit within five days of submittal of a completed application. Should the time periods stated for each use be inadequate for the proposed use, the Town Council may grant a time period appropriate to the use.