Temporary Park Camps
What is a Temporary Park Camp?
A Temporary Park Camp is a location where campers or other types of vehicle or units are set up or parked that is used to temporarily house workers during a local home days event or a community fair, carnival, rib cook-off, etc. A license is required if there are five (5) or more units on site. These camps are not allowed to be open and can not be licensed for more than a total of seven (7) days.
License and Inspections
- In order to have a Temporary Park Camp, you will need to submit both a license and plan review application to the Health Department at least two (2) weeks before the event.
- Enough time must be allowed for the review and approval of the submitted applications so that the camps can be licensed at least seven (7) days before the event.
- The Temporary Park Camp license fee is $75.00. The inspection includes an assessment of restroom facilities, safety of drinking water supply, waste water collection, trash collection areas, fire safety, and nuisance-related issues.
- The inspections are conducted before the event begins and then again as needed during the event.
Things We Do:
- Plan Review
- Issue Licenses
- Conduct Inspections
- Respond to nuisance complaints
Applications and Links:
- Application For Plan Review
- Application For License To Operate A Temporary Park Camp
- Ohio Administrative Code Section 3701-26
(216) 201-2000 ext. 1251