The following general standards apply to a planned mixed use development project.
   .010   Number of Parcels.  A planned mixed use development may consist of one (1) or more parcels or lots.
   .020   Parcels Without Frontage.  Parcels without frontage on a public street will be permitted, if the appropriate easements, as required by the City Public Works Department, are recorded to provide adequate and safe vehicle and pedestrian access between all parcels, and between all parcels and adjoining public rights-of-way.
   .030   Integrated Design.  The design of buildings, signs, landscaping and other structures or elements shall feature a unified and integrated theme.
   .040   Vehicle Access.  All vehicle access shall be from a vehicle circulation system designed and improved in accordance with the applicable City Standards. 
   .050   Customary Features.  The development will typically include shared vehicle and pedestrian circulation, shared parking, and common areas such as landscaping.
   .060   CC&R’s. Unsubordinated Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (“CC&R’s”), as required and approved by the Planning and Building Department and Public Works Department, and further subject to approval by the City Attorney, shall be recorded prior to issuance of a building permit or prior to approval of a final subdivision map, whichever occurs first, to provide for the common maintenance of all exterior elements, including but not limited to, access ways, parking areas, landscaping, irrigation facilities, signs and other common amenities or features.
   .070   Screening.  All storage and mechanical equipment shall be enclosed or completely screened from view from public rights-of-way and any residential units, whether on- or off-site.  In addition, roof top equipment shall be screened from view or integrated into the building design, to prevent unsightly views from nearby high-rise buildings.
   .080   Impacts on Existing Buildings and Structures.  Where there are existing buildings and structures on a site for which more intensive development is proposed, no building permit shall be issued until the Building Official and the Fire Chief have certified that the existing buildings and structures are safe for occupancy and  human habitation.  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 5944  14; September 28, 2004:  Ord. 6286 § 13; September 3, 2013:  Ord. 6352 § 5; December 15, 2015:  Ord. 6357 § 5; February 9, 2016.)