.010   Residential Planned Unit Development.  All development in the “RM-1” Zone and any development in the “RM-3,” “RM-3.5,” or “RM-4” Zones that includes single-family attached and detached dwellings shall be subject to approval by the Planning Commission of an application for a conditional use permit.  Except as otherwise specified in this section, the application shall be processed pursuant to Chapter 18.60 (Procedures) and Chapter 18.66 (Conditional Use Permit).  Planned Unit Development is defined in Section 18.92.190 (“P” Words, Terms and Phrases) of Chapter 18.92 (Definitions).  (Ord. 5998 § 6; October 25, 2005.)
   .020   Maximum Density and Minimum Project Size.  The maximum density of residential units approved pursuant to this section shall not exceed the density as identified in the General Plan. All new residential development in the “RM-1” Zone must have a project size of at least ten (10) dwelling units.
   .030   Modification of Other Standards.  The minimum lot width as set forth in Table 6-E, minimum floor area as set forth in Table 6-G, maximum site coverage as set forth in Table 6-H, setbacks as set forth in section 18.06.090, setbacks between buildings as set forth in subsection .050 of section 18.06.090 and minimum size of recreational-leisure areas as set forth in Table 6-I may be modified in order to achieve a good project design, privacy, livability, and compatibility with surrounding uses.  (Ord. 5944 § 6; September 28, 2004:  Ord. 6101 § 4; April 22, 2008.)
   .040   Application.  The application for a conditional use permit shall be accompanied by information required by the application form.
   .050   Findings. Before the Planning Commission approves the conditional use permit, it shall make the following findings:
      .0501   The uses within the project are compatible;
      .0502   New buildings or structures related to the project are compatible with the scale, mass, bulk, and orientation of existing buildings in the surrounding area, provided the existing buildings conform with the provisions of this title;
      .0503   Vehicular and pedestrian access are adequate;
      .0504   The project is consistent with applicable design guidelines adopted by the City;
      .0505   The size and shape of the site proposed for the use is adequate to allow the full development of the proposed use in a manner not detrimental to the particular area;
      .0506   The traffic generated by the proposed use will not impose an undue burden upon the streets and highways designed and improved to carry the traffic in the area;
      .0507   The project complies with the General Plan and any applicable zoning or specific plan; and
      .0508   The granting of the conditional use permit under the conditions imposed, if any, will not be detrimental to the peace, health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of the City of Anaheim.
   .060   Maintenance Covenant.  If the ownership of part or all of any development is proposed to be subdivided into any form of joint group/individual ownership (i.e., exclusive right of occupancy or interest in any portion of the development coupled with an undivided interest in any portion of the development, including air space subdivisions), the corporation or limited partnership shall have the responsibility to maintain the buildings and use of the property for residential development.  All mutually available features, such as recreational areas, community buildings and landscaping, as well as the general appearance of the premises and buildings, shall be adequately and professionally maintained and as indicated on the approved final development plans. 
(Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6031 § 12; August 22, 2006:  Ord. 6316 § 4; March 3, 2015:  Ord. 6436 § 11; April 24, 2018.)