Eproval launches Temporary Parklet Application to support Covid-19 recovery efforts

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July 28, 2020

We’ve made the permit approval process easy for Cities re-opening restaurants and local businesses.

Special Event Offices throughout North America, in conjunction with newly drafted restaurant protocols, are working to develop a temporary parklet application process to make it easier for business to re-open.

The term parklet refers to an outdoor parking space that has been converted into a patio used for people activities such as an outdoor dining area. It is a concept many City Committees on Covid-19 Economic Recovery and Assistance are attempting to roll out in a pilot program and is receiving widespread support from downtown associations.

Eproval has developed an application for parklets which can be quickly configured to follow specific city requirements.

To view a demo for parklet applications or take a closer look at how Eproval will make your Event Office and stakeholders more efficient in reviewing and approving applications, contact us today.

New Feature

ADVANCED REPORTING

Using the latest technologies, we have redesigned the reports to allow for custom reporting of any data collected in an application. This will allow Event Offices to view and export reports to match reporting requirements and includes the ability to save these reports for future use.

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