14.60.020 DEFINITIONS.
   As used in this chapter:
   .010   “Applicable Development” means any New Development Project, as defined herein, that is
determined to meet or exceed the employment threshold set forth in Section 14.60.030, using the criteria contained therein.
   .020   “AQMD” means the South Coast Air Quality Management District.
   .030   “City” means the City of Anaheim, California.
   .040   “City Council” means the legislative body of the City.
   .050   “City Engineer” means the City Engineer of the City or his duly authorized designee.
   .060   “Employee” means any person employed by an Employer, as defined herein.
   .070   “Employer” means any person(s), firm, business, educational institution, government agency, non-profit agency or corporation, or other entity which employs the minimum number of Employees for which the AQMD requires submittal of Regulation 15 Plans, and may either be the owner or a tenant of an Applicable Development.
   .080   “Multi-Use Development” means New Development Projects, as defined herein, that combine any of the following land uses: office, commercial, and industrial.
   .090   “New Development Project” means any non-residential project for new construction being processed by the City, either where some level of discretionary action by a decision-making body is required, or as a ministerial approval.
   .100   “Peak-Period” means those hours of the business day between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. inclusive, Monday through Friday.
   .110   “Planning Commission” means the Planning Commission of the City.
   .120   “Reg. 15 Plan” means a trip reduction plan required by the AQMD under its Regulation 15.
   .130   “Site Development Plan” means a plan of development that is subject to public hearing before the Planning Commission or City Engineer.
   .140   “Tenant” means the lessee of space at an Applicable Development who also serves as an Employer.
   .150   “Transportation Demand Management”, hereinafter referred to as TDM, means the implementation of programs, plans or policies designed to encourage changes in individual travel behavior, including but not limited to, modes of travel that serve as alternatives to the single occupant vehicle, such as carpools, vanpools, transit, bicycling or walking; reduction or elimination of the number of vehicle trips; or shifts in the time of vehicle commutes to other than the Peak-Period.
   .160   “Worksite” means a building, or a grouping of buildings which are in actual physical contact or are separated solely by a private or public roadway or other private or public right-of-way, and which are owned or operated by the same Employer (or by Employers under common control), used for performing work for the same Employer. (Ord. 5209 § 1 (part); April 2, 1991:  Ord. 6156 §§ 2, 3; September 22, 2009.)