Development Processes & Requirements

Special Permits

DOG FRIENDLY DINING PERMIT

Dog friendly dining areas are allowed for licensed Public Food Service Establishment under Chapter 509, Florida Statutes and Seminole County Ordinance 2012.

NOISE EXEMPTION PERMIT

A noise exemption permit is required when an individual person, neighborhood or a similar event (one not open to the public: example - a block party) wants to have a party that will feature amplified music or sound that may create a noise disturbance per Chapter 165 of the County Code. Submit application at least 10 days prior to event.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Sec. 30.1378 allows for Special Events and temporary uses of properties for outdoor sales of merchandise and special events. See link for church and school exemption

Special event: A use or activity offered to the general public which is not contemplated in the approved Site Plan or other development approval, and which is generally consistent with the applicable zoning district. Special events shall include gatherings or events, or series of related consecutive daily gatherings or events, including but not limited to, those of an entertainment, cultural, recreational, educational, commercial, social or sporting nature, which occur outdoors on a site.

OUTDOOR SALES PERMIT

Sec. 30.1378 allows for Special Events and temporary uses of properties for outdoor sales of merchandise and special events.

Outdoor sales of merchandise: The sale of any merchandise or commodities on a parcel of land occurring outside of a completely enclosed permanent building. This definition includes, but is not limited to, seasonal fruit and vegetable stands for produce not grown on-site as part of a bona fide agricultural use, sparkler stands, sidewalk sales, and roadside stands for the sale of products associated with recognized holidays. 

TEMPORARY STORAGE PERMIT

This regulation allows the installation of temporary storage facilities to facilitate delivery of parcels within residential zoning districts during a period of time commencing on November 30th and terminating on December 31st of each calendar year. This activity is temporary in nature and will not adversely impact the surrounding area and land uses, and will be terminated and removed immediately upon expiration of the temporary permit.