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The property owner or authorized agent must fill out and submit a Home Occupation Application. Once reviewed, written authorization is sent to the applicant informing them that their proposed activity is either approved or not acceptable as a home occupation. If approved, then no other permits are necessary.
All home occupations are subject to inspection and revocation of approval if there is reason to believe that the occupation has expanded or gone beyond what was approved.
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Examples of home occupations that have been approved are:
No. Approval for a Home Occupation from the County provides the property owner permission to conduct a proposed activity on a specific property. It's intended to prevent a business from adding significant traffic, noise, or other zoning concerns such as dust or odors that would interfere with the surrounding homeowners' use and enjoyment of their property.
This is not the same as a business license and it does not confirm or acknowledge that someone is conducting a business from a taxing standpoint.