If the development is located in a regulatory floodplain, the applicant shall provide the following additional information:
   (a)   Site location of the property, drawn to scale on the regulatory floodway map, indicating whether it is proposed to be in an incorporated or unincorporated area;
   (b)   A plan view of the project showing:
      (1)   The regulatory floodway limit, floodplain limit and for work in public bodies of water.
      (2)   Ten-year frequency flood elevation, 100-year frequency flood elevation and graphic or numerical scales (horizontal and vertical).
      (3)   A copy of the regulatory floodway map, marked to reflect any proposed change in the regulatory floodway location.
   (c)   A listing of all local, state and federal permits or approval letters that may be required for this type of development. All required local, state and federal permits must be received prior to permit issuance unless otherwise agreed to by the Director or as may be allowed by the appropriate local, state or federal agency or department have jurisdiction over the matter.
   (d)   Engineering calculations and supporting data shall be submitted showing that the proposed work will meet the performance standards of this chapter.
   (e)   All changes in grade resulting from any proposed excavation or filling, and floodplain and floodway limits; the location and dimension of all buildings and additions to buildings; and the elevation of the lowest floor (including basement) of all proposed buildings subject to the requirements of this chapter.
   (f)   Elevation certificates of the lowest floor (elevation including basements) or the elevation to which a nonresidential building has been flood proofed using a flood proofing certificate shall be required for all buildings in the floodplain.
(Ord. 11-01. Passed 8-21-01.)