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HomeMy WebLinkAboutTemporary Use Tier 1 Page 1 of 5 | Published: 4/18/2022 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Planning Division | 1055 South Grady Way, 6th Floor | Renton, WA 98057 | 425-430-7200 | www.rentonwa.gov TIER 1 TEMPORARY USE PERMIT Published : 4/18/2022 PURPOSE A temporary use permit allows a use or structure on private or public property on a short-term basis. Such uses or structures may be allowed subject to modified development standards which would not be appropriate for permanent uses in the zoning designation. ELECTRONIC FILE STANDARDS All documents MUST be submitted electronically. Specific file naming conventions for submitted plans are required to facilitate the electronic plan review process. Failure to adhere to the sample file naming format listed in the Electronic File Standards Handout may result in a request for resubmittal and/or delay the plan review process, deeming the application incomplete. APPLICATION SUBMITTAL HOURS Applications should be submitted to Planning Division staff electronically, not in person. Please email or call your assigned Project Manager to submit your application. If you have any Planning related questions you may reach out to Planning Customer Service at 425-430-7294 or planningcustomerservice@rentonwa.gov. TIME FRAME The Administrator will review your request for a Temporary Use Permit and issue a written decision typically within a week or two from submittal. A public hearing is not required unless there is an appeal filed. SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST All Application Materials Required Unless Waived by City Staff 1. Land Use Permit Master Application Form: The standardized application form used for the majority of land use permit applications including, but not limited to, the following: a. Owner, applicant, and contact person names, addresses and telephone numbers; b. Notarized signatures of all current property owners; c. Name of the proposed project; d. Project/property address; e. King County Assessor’s tax account number; f. Existing and proposed land uses; Specific Code Section(s) related to this document RMC 4-9-240 Temporary Use Permit Process RMC 4-8 Permits – General and Appeals TIER 1 TEMPORARY USE PERMIT (C ONT ’D ) All Application Materials Required Unless Waived by City Staff Page 2 of 5 | Published: 4/18/2022 g. Existing and, if applicable, proposed Comprehensive Plan map designation; h. Existing and, if applicable, proposed zoning designation; i. Site area; j. Estimated project cost; k. Whether or not the project site contains any environmentally sensitive areas; and l. Property legal description. Note: The application must have notarized signatures of ALL current property owners listed on the Title Report. If the property owner is a corporation, the authorized representative must attach proof of signing authority on behalf of the corporation. The legal description of the property must be attached to the application form. 2. Fees: The application must be accompanied by the required application fee (see Fee Schedule). Please call 425-430-7294 to verify the exact amount required. Checks should be made out to the City of Renton and cannot be accepted for over the total fee amount. Credit cards may also be used to pay required application fees. Fees are paid at Cashier on the 1st Floor City Hall. 3. A site plan which meets ALL OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: 1. Includes name and type of the proposed business 2. Description of the proposed temporary use (discuss time frame use will operate). 3. Drawn to scale: 1” = 20’ (Or an alternative scale approved by the Planning Division) 4. Date and North arrow: Oriented to the top of the paper / plain sheet 5. Lot size: In square feet 6. Location and dimensions of all existing and proposed: a. Structures b. Vendor-use vehicles or other exterior display areas c. Distance in feet to property lines d. Refuse area e. Parking spaces 7. Identify and/or dimension all: a. Businesses on property b. Property lines c. Streets d. Alleys e. Driveways f. Sidewalks g. Landscape areas h. Fire hydrants i. Electrical line connections 4. Seattle & King County Health Department approval (for food/drink service uses only) 5. Abatement Agreement: This agreement assures the temporary use will ultimately be removed as required by the terms of the permit. For model homes only, please also provide an original signed Release and Indemnification Agreement as well. 6. Application intake appointment required: Please contact your assigned project planner directly to schedule an application intake appointment. If no one has been assigned to assist you yet, please contact us at 425-430-7314 and request that a planner be assigned to your application. Please then contact that person directly to schedule a time to submit your application. RESOURCES City of Renton Forms Electronic File Standards TIER 1 TEMPORARY USE PERMIT (C ONT ’D ) Page 3 of 5 | Published: 4/18/2022 ABATEMENT AGREEMENT TEMPORARY USE Planning Division 1055 South Grady Way | Renton, WA 98057 Phone: 425-430-7200 | Fax: 425-430-7231 I, being the Applicant for the Temporary Use Permit at the Location of: Hereby authorize the City of Renton to summarily eliminate the Temporary Use and all evidence of the use if it has not been removed as required by the terms of the permit. I also agree to reimburse the City for any expense incurred in abating this Temporary Use. Signature: Print Name: Date: STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ) SS COUNTY OF KING ) I certify that I know or have satisfactory evidence that signed this instrument and acknowledge it to be his/her/their free and voluntary act for the uses and purpose mentioned in the instrument. Dated Notary Public in and for the State of Washington Notary (Print): My appointment expires: TIER 1 TEMPORARY USE PERMIT (C ONT ’D ) Page 4 of 5 | Published: 4/18/2022 Release and Indemnification Agreement for Model Homes This agreement is made by and between the City of Renton, Washington, a municipal corporation of the State of Washington (“City”) and (“Owners”). Recitals The Owners own real property in the City legally described in Exhibit A, attached. The Owners have submitted an application for building permit(s) and/or a Temporary Use Permit to construct model homes on the real property prior to recording of a short plat or final plat. Since changes to the short plat or final plat may be necessary after construction of the model homes rendering the homes illegal, there is some risk in building the model homes. In consideration of the inherent risks associated with the construction of buildings in advance of the recording of the plat, the City requires the owner to execute an indemnification agreement prior to any model home construction activities. Agreement The parties agree to the following: 1. The City authorizes the Owners to do the work as described in the Temporary Use Permit Application No. once building permits have been obtained. 2. The owners assume the risk that the model home(s) must be removed or reconfigured and therefore release and discharge the City and its representatives from all known and unknown losses, claims, damages or causes of actions which the owners have or may have relating to buildings or structures authorized by the Temporary Use Permit. 3. As a condition of granting Owner permission to construct model homes, Owner agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the City of Renton Harmless from any claims or liens that may be exerted against the property as a result of construction of model homes and use of the unrecorded plat of ____________ . 4. Owners understand and acknowledge that, should the model home construction not comply with the proposed lot configuration of the final plat, no variances to development standards for either the lots or the homes may be granted as such a situation would be considered a “self-induced hardship”. 5. Owners acknowledge that they understand that any construction begun prior to the recording of the final plat must be in compliance with all City zoning and subdiv ision requirements (e.g. setbacks, lot coverage, etc.) or removed prior to recording of the final plat. If the final plat is not recorded prior to the expiration of the Temporary Use Permit, Owners acknowledge that the homes must be removed unless complying with all applicable code requirements (e.g. one home per lot, etc.). 6. Applicant will also provide an Abatement Agreement and a security device acceptable to the City to ensure removal of any structures not in compliance with City regulations at the time of expiration of the Temporary Use Permit and understands construction of the model homes is at Owners’ own risk. TIER 1 TEMPORARY USE PERMIT (C ONT ’D ) Page 5 of 5 | Published: 4/18/2022 7. The provisions of this agreement shall bind the parties, their legal heirs, representatives, successors and assigns and shall expire upon the recording of the final plat of _______________________ . I, (Print Name) _______ , declare that I am (please check one) the owner of the property involved in the application, the authorized representative to act for the property owner (if a corporation, please attach proof of authorization to sign), and that the foregoing statements and answers herein contained and the information herewith submitted are in all respects true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Signature of Owner/Representative Date Signature of Owner/Representative Date STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ) SS COUNTY OF KING ) I certify that I know or have satisfactory evidence that signed this instrument and acknowledge it to be his/her/their free and voluntary act for the uses and purpose mentioned in the instrument. Dated Notary Public in and for the State of Washington Notary (Print): My appointment expires: