Franklin Zoning Ordinance

05 106 Chapter Temporary Uses and Structures USE REGULATIONS Franklin Zoning Ordinance Effective January 1, 2023 lot of 12 or more acres in size); d. Maintain a minimum clearance of 20 feet from all other structures and tents; e. Not be placed within required landscape areas; f. Not obstruct emergency vehicle access to adjacent lots or disrupt pedestrian circulation; g. Be removed within two days of the event; and h. Be required to have the area or site restored to its original condition within two days of the tent removal. 2. Tents for event venues are exempt from Clause 5.3.5.D.1.b and c above. E. Garage/Yard Sale Garage/yard sales are intended to allow for the occasional sale of miscellaneous household goods in the garage or yard of a dwelling. 1. Garage/yard sales shall: a. Be subject to issuance of a garage sale permit by the Department of Revenue Management prior to the sale; b. Have the permit posted in a location that is visible from the public rightof-way during the sale; c. Not take place on lots beyond the property specified in the permit; d. Be limited to a maximum of four per dwelling per year. Members of more than one dwelling may join in obtaining a permit for a sale to be conducted at the dwelling of one of the persons indicated on the permit; e. Not exceed a maximum duration of two consecutive days per sale or more than eight total days per calendar year; f. Be limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; and g. Not negatively affect surrounding properties in terms of noise, boisterous conduct, trash, parking, or impede the flow of traffic on nearby streets. 2. Following the conclusion of the sale, unsold items or other sale-related materials shall be removed from public view and trash must be placed in receptacles in accordance with solid waste regulations. 3. The applicant to whom a permit is issued and the owner or tenant of the premises on which a sale is conducted shall be jointly and severally responsible for the sale and the premises. 4. A police officer or other City official responsible for enforcing this or other City ordinances shall have the right of entry onto the premises showing evidence of a sale for enforcement or inspection and may close the premises from the sale. 5. The Police Department may enforce temporary controls to alleviate special hazards or congestion created by a sale. 6. Failure to observe these standards can result in revocation of the permit and the inability to obtain a subsequent permit for a period of up to two years. 7. If a sale is not held on the dates for which the permit is issued or is terminated during the first day of the sale because of inclement weather conditions and a statement by the permit holder to this effect is submitted, then another permit may be issued to the applicant for a sale to be conducted at the same