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The Administrative Services Director may issue the business license upon such conditions as are necessary to ensure safety and prevent the business from disturbing the peace and tranquility of the neighborhood in which it is located. The conditions may include, but are not limited to the following:
1.Limitations upon hours or days of operation, when required in order to prevent disturbance of the peace and quiet of a neighborhood caused by the business or the patrons of the business2.Requirement that the business provide licensed or other qualified security personnel for the exterior or interior of the business during operating hours3.Requirement that the business fund any additional law enforcement services required as a result of the operations of the business4.The installation of on-site improvements required to prevent operation of the business from disturbing its neighbors at a particular location; or5.Other conditions related to operations or improvements demonstrated under the particular circumstances to be necessary in order to prevent hazards, disturbance of the peace, quiet or safety of the neighborhood; or other nuisance.
Such conditions may be imposed at the time a business license is initially issued, renewed, or at any time during the term of the license.
An application for a renewal of a business license will be deemed received late and subject to a penalty of 50% of the processing fee if the complete application, including all fees, is not received by the Administrative Services Department within 60 days of the date of expiration of the immediately preceding license. If the business continues to operate without a valid license, the business may be subject to all other penalties authorized by the Town Code.
Except as otherwise specifically provided; any violation of this Ordinance shall constitute an infraction and will be subject to the fines and administrative penalties as provided in the Ordinance.
The Town may use all available legal means to enforce this Ordinance, including but not limited to, injunctions or other civil proceedings.
- Front yard setback to house: 15 ft.
- Front yard setback to garage: 25 ft. (new construction)
- Side yard setback: 5 ft.
- Street side setback (corner lot): 10 ft.
- Rear yard setback: 20 ft.
*Accessory structures (sheds, detached garages, open sided patio covers):
- Front yard setback: 20 ft.
- Side yard setback: 5 ft.
- Street side setback (corner lot:) 10 ft.
- Rear yard setback: 20 ft. (can be reduced to 5 ft. for structures under 500 sq. ft.)
*Additional setbacks: 6 ft. from main house and any other accessory structures
A copy of a report can be requested by phone, in person, or by mail. (**Please note in person inquiries may not always be fulfilled at the time of request based on type of report) It is helpful if you call the police department and request the report before going in person. Have the case number or basic information such as date and time of incident, as well as officers name. If this request is through the mail, please include a self addressed, stamped envelope for return.
Yes, per Windsor Municipal Code Chapter 3-3-200. An application and $80.00 application fee must be submitted to the police department. At that time arrangements will be made for fingerprinting which is done at the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department. Once a clearance has been received and the application has been approved by the Chief, a permit will be issued. Please read Title III, Chapter three of the Municipal Code for further details.
Station run time – 1st Start Time – 2nd Start Time – Days 6 minutes – 5:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. – M, W, F
Sprinkler run times will need to be longer for single and multi-stream rotor type sprinklers that apply water at a slower rate than standard fixed spray pop-ups. However, the approach is the same. The clay based soils found throughout Windsor help retain the water that has penetrated deeper into the root zone, eliminating the need for more frequent irrigation, and providing the conditions needed for lawns to grow longer, healthier roots. More...
You need to call 547-1909 and schedule a free pre-inspection visit / water use assessment before starting work on your project. Additional restrictions are listed in the