This layer is a subset of the zoning boundaries for the City and County of Denver, Colorado to reflect the zone districts in the 'new code' that permit farmers markets as a temporary, seasonal use. 'Farmers Markets' are considered a temporary use and as such, they are defined in Section 11.12.10 along with other temporary uses. The outdoor retail sales of trees, plants, fruits, vegetables, or other similar foods or prepared food products, including incidental sales of customary non-food items, not operated in a completely enclosed structure, and not as an extension of a primary retail sales use on the same zone lot. Seasonal Outdoor Sales may be conducted by a single person or multiple persons on the same Zone Lot. Seasonal outdoor sales include, but are not limited to, seasonal sales of Christmas trees, seasonal outdoor sales of plants, seasonal outdoor farmers markets, and other seasonal sales of foods, fruits, and vegetables, such as roasted chiles and corn. Section 11.11.12 of the zoning code further identifies regulations around seasonal outdoor sales, such as parking requirements, access, temporary structures, restroom facilities, hours of operation, signage, etc. The zoning boundaries data layer is governed by ordinance and is only changed accordingly. Please note: this layer applies to the 'new code' only. Zones carried over from the 1956 zoning code, as well as 'DIA', 'OS-A', 'PUD', 'PUD-G' zones, need to be reviewed individually.