Franklin Zoning Ordinance

05 108 Chapter Temporary Uses and Structures USE REGULATIONS Franklin Zoning Ordinance Effective January 1, 2023 home processed food products such as jams, jellies, pickles, sauces, baked goods, or homemade handicrafts; 6. Not involve the display or short-term storage of products on-site for a period of two days or longer; 7. Not involve sales which are accomplished solely from a vehicle; 8. Be limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., or the same hours of operation as a principal use on the same lot, whichever is more restrictive; and 9. Be allowed on an individual lot a maximum of 120 days per calendar year. I. Temporary Field Office Temporary field offices are intended for businesses that wish to substantially redevelop their properties while operating on-site during the construction period. Temporary field offices shall: 1. Be limited to office and administrative uses and not involve the interior stocking or interior display of merchandise for immediate sale; 2. Be shown on any applicable site plan. The applicant shall provide the characteristics of the use, location of the temporary structure, temporary signage, parking, sanitation, landscaping, safety, etc. and shall include a definitive timeframe and construction schedule for the permanent building, along with proof of necessity for the temporary field office; 3. Be subject to a performance agreement prior to issuance of a building permit for the removal of the temporary field office if the structure exceeds the permitted timeframe; 4. Be associated with a building permit for the principal building and shall coincide with the construction of the principal building for a period not to exceed 60 days preceding the start of construction of the principal building and 30 days beyond the issuance of a certificate of occupancy for the principal building or it shall expire with the building permit expiration for the principal building, whichever is sooner, but in no case shall the period exceed two years, unless approved by the BOMA; and 5. Be an approved manufactured structure or a structure designed by a State of Tennessee Licensed Professional Engineer or Architect and shall comply with the City’s adopted building and fire codes. J. Temporary Housing This use is intended to provide temporary housing on a site where a previous dwelling was destroyed or rendered uninhabitable. Temporary housing shall: 1. Be in the form of a mobile or modular home; 2. Be located in accordance with the minimum setbacks and required yards to the maximum extent practicable; 3. Not include permanent alterations to the site; 4. Remain in place for a maximum of six months, but the duration may be extended for an additional three-month period with approval by the Department of Building and Neighborhood Services; and 5. Be removed within 30 days of the certificate of occupancy for the principal building.