Parking Requirements for San Francisco Restaurants

 Parking Permits, San Francisco,  
no Comment.    Jan 02, 2017 | 3:18 pm


If you’re in the process of opening a restaurant in San Francisco CA, it’s likely that you’re juggling many different things at once. From entrepreneurial aspects such as advertisement and image to internal staffing needs and building remodeling, you’re sure to have a lot on your plate… and a lot of paperwork on your desk. Thankfully, the experts at Permit Place can take at least one thing off your hands: parking requirements. Read on to find out more about parking requirements for San Francisco restaurants and how Permit Place’s team of local experts can help your business adhere to local laws and regulations. In San Francisco, many factors can impact how your restaurant is regulated. For instance, the location, size, and whether or not your business has multiple locations can all affect how and if certain regulations apply. In some areas of the city, restaurants are categorized as retail businesses and…

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Parking Requirements for San Jose Restaurants

 Parking Permits, Permit Blog, San Jose,  
no Comment.    Jan 02, 2017 | 3:16 pm


The process of opening a restaurant can be a lot to handle. From staffing concerns to the entrepreneurial aspects of opening a business, you’re sure to be juggling many things at once. In metropolitan areas, codes and regulations pertaining to parking can be complex! Read on to learn more about parking requirements for San Jose restaurants. In recent years, the city of San Jose has made many changes to their parking requirements in order to fulfill the city’s goal of a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly economy. The City of San Jose’s parking requirements are defined in Table 20.90  located here.   The City of San Jose commercial parking requirements are designed to encourage business patrons to walk, ride their bikes, use bike-sharing services, or ride public transit to get around the city. This goal has led to a reduction in the requirements for new projects’ on-site parking requirements. For restaurants…

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Parking Requirements for a San Jose Yoga Studio

 Parking Permits, San Jose,  
no Comment.    Jan 02, 2017 | 9:25 am


Most successful yoga studios cultivate an atmosphere of peace, calm and self-acceptance. But if you’re in charge of San Jose yoga studio operations, you know the business side can be anything but peaceful and calm — you might find yourself in a state of frustration and stress, and your emotional well-being can trickle down to create a less-than-ideal class environment. Business ownership comes hand in hand with a long to-do list and a seemingly endless pile of paperwork on your desk. Thankfully, Permit Place’s San Jose CA location is prepared to help you sort through city regulations and requirements so you can maintain a clear and calm state of mind. Read on to learn more about requirements for San Jose yoga studio parking. Parking regulations are established to ensure that demand created for a particular business — in this case, your yoga studio — doesn’t exceed the number of parking…

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Parking Requirements for Sacramento Restaurants

 Parking Permits, Sacramento,  
no Comment.    Dec 31, 2016 | 9:18 pm


If you’re currently in the process of opening up a restaurant in Sacramento, you’ve got a lot on your plate. From liquor licenses to food safety and parking requirements, it can seem like everything requires evaluation, certification and a stack of paperwork and permits. Thankfully, third-party businesses like Permit Place can help make the process at the City of Sacramento little bit easier. At Permit Place, local experts will help guide you through the process of securing the necessary permits for your restaurant. Call us or read on and we’re happy to explain parking requirements for Sacramento restaurants. Local parking requirements are meant to ensure that the demand for parking spaces your business creates is met by the number of parking spaces available in the surrounding area. Sounds simple, right? From here, things get a little bit more complex. Depending on where in Sacramento your business is located, the ratio…

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Parking Requirements for Los Angeles Restaurants

no Comment.    Dec 30, 2016 | 9:13 pm


If you’re attempting to open up a restaurant in the Los Angeles CA area, you’re sure to have a lot on your plate. It can seem like everything requires a permit: from liquor licenses and food safety certifications to local parking requirements for, many logistical elements of opening a restaurant require a stack of applications and dozens of phone calls to comply with city regulations. Thankfully, Permit Place’s Los Angeles location offers a team of local experts to help get your business off the ground with as little hassle as possible. Read on and we’ll lay down the basics for Los Angeles restaurant parking requirements. [caption id="attachment_1697" align="alignright" width="300"] Los Angeles restaurant parking requirements[/caption] If you’re a Los Angeles local, you know that parking can be a nightmare. Parking regulations are designed to mitigate the pitfalls of Los Angeles’s high population, so that patrons can frequent local restaurants and generate…

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Sacramento Liquor License Requirments

 Liquor License, Sacramento,
no Comment.    Dec 08, 2016 | 7:27 pm


If you’re a Sacramento, CA business owner looking for ways to boost revenue or change your image, consider applying for a liquor license! Liquor sales can greatly increase the amount of money flowing into your business. But what exactly does the application process — and the liquor license itself — entail? We’ll lay down the basics! In order to apply for a liquor license, you must first select a location. If you’re still searching for a property to house your business, you’ll need to wait until you have control of the property to purchase or apply for a liquor license. [caption id="attachment_1687" align="alignright" width="300"] Sacramento Liquor License[/caption] Next, determine what kind of liquor license is right for your business. Different liquor licenses have different requirements, and they each grant different privileges. For instance, a Type 20 license is used for off-premise beer and wine sales, which means you can sell…

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Parking Requirements for a Las Vegas Hotel

 Las Vegas, Parking Permits,  
no Comment.    Oct 25, 2016 | 8:57 pm


Viva Las Vegas! The glitz and glamour associated with this desert oasis have become the stuff of folklore. What many first-time visitors to Sin City don’t realize, however, is how tightly-packed all of the famed Vegas hotels and hotspots are in one tiny area. The world-famous Las Vegas Strip is only one 4.2-mile stretch of land, yet it houses fifteen of the world’s 25 largest hotels, or a total of over 62,000 hotel rooms! As you can imagine, having all these enormous resort properties on such a small parcel of land can make for some serious parking concerns. The Clark County Parking Study published in June 2015 offers a comprehensive, detailed look at the parking structures and surface lots of Las Vegas hotels and resorts. All the Las Vegas resorts located on the Strip fall within the jurisdiction of Paradise Township, while the local off-Strip resorts are located in Sunrise…

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Parking Requirements for a Los Angeles Yoga Gym

no Comment.    Oct 25, 2016 | 8:42 pm


Congratulations! You are following your passion and opening your own yoga gym right here in Los Angeles. Before you get ready to hang out your shingle and welcome your fellow sun salute-enthusiasts into your gym, there are a few things you need to know about Los Angeles yoga gym parking requirements and permits for your business. Follow these guidelines to make sure your studio’s parking zone is within Los Angeles regulations, and you’ll be on your way to business-owner nirvana. Namaste! Make sure you have the required number of parking spaces- First things first, the City of Los Angeles requires that any operating health or athletic club, gym or similar type of building have one parking space for every 100 square feet. That means that if your yoga studio is a 2000-square foot storefront, you need to have at least 20 available parking spaces. However, if your studio is tiny, you…

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Local Government Approvals Nation-Wide?

 Entitlements, Permit Blog, Permit Expediting, Permit News, Permit Planning, Permit Terminology, Permit Tips,
no Comment.    Sep 05, 2016 | 6:00 am


Permit Place can and does get local approvals nation-wide. Development teams consistently look for the "local guy" to help projects get pushed through the local government process. But, this search can be itself a full-time job. Permit Place is the local guy nationally. We are a permit expediting, entitlement, and alcohol consulting firm for the office, retail, restaurant, hotel, industrial and multifamily industries. Helping building owners and managers through the cumbersome local process of securing permits, entitlements, and zoning services throughout North America and Canada.   We offer free consultations for your projects. [embed]https://youtu.be/tUwQq7SXH8Y[/embed] [gallery ids="1195,1161,1038,1037,1036,271"] Resources: www.permitplace.com  

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Where Are Building Permits Kept?

 Permit Blog,
no Comment.    Aug 10, 2016 | 7:55 pm


In most towns and cities around the world, there is a Code Enforcement or a Community Development department that handles all the building permits for the location. You can obtain more information about the exact person to deal with for building permits by visiting your town hall and asking for additional help, but the permits are usually kept within the same building. Just ask who you have to speak with about permits and you’ll be directed to the person responsible for recording permits most of the time. In larger cities permits will be managed by a full team, but in small towns, it’s likely that just a person or two will handle permit requests and recording the information. Storing Building Permits After you receive an approved building permit, a record of that permit is stored on either the city computers or on file in paper form in some smaller jurisdictions…

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