§ 15.200.030  CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT REQUIRED FOR RELOCATION TO ANOTHER LOT WITHIN THE CITY.
   A.   Permit required.  Any person desiring to move, or cause to be moved, any building or any section or portion of any building from one (1) lot located either within or without the city to any other lot within the city shall first obtain a conditional use permit therefor from the city in accordance with the standards, criteria and procedures governing the issuance of such permits from time to time. In addition to any and all matters required by such conditional use permit procedure to be included in such an application, and in addition to those matters set forth in paragraphs C. and D. below, the application shall specify the type of building to be moved, the location of the same, the location to which and the route and length of route over or along which such building or section or portion of such building is to be moved, the number of sections in which the same will be moved, and the time within which such removal will be completed.
   B.   Compliance with city ordinances, and the like.  Nothing contained in this chapter shall excuse any applicant for a conditional use permit related to the relocation of any building from complying with any ordinance, resolution, rule or regulation of the city or any other governmental agency related to the demolition of buildings or structures. Any such ordinance, resolution, rule or regulation shall be applicable to the site from which any building or structure or any portion thereof is removed pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
   C.   Plot plan.  Any application referred to in paragraph A. above shall also include an original plot plan in map format and fifteen (15) copies thereof showing the following:
      1.   Name, address and phone number of applicant.
      2.   North arrow and scale (drawings shall be oriented to the north and shall not be less in scale than one (1) inch equal to thirty (30) feet).
      3.   Parcel specifications as follows:
         a.   Fully dimensioned subject parcel boundaries.
         b.   Abutting street information:
            (1)   Name of streets.
            (2)   Existing and proposed street widths.
            (3)   Parkway widths.
            (4)   Sidewalk dimensions.
            (5)   Access and driveway dimensions.
            (6)   Median strips and traffic islands.
         c.   Name, location and width of closest intersecting street.
         d.   Existing contours and water courses if applicable.
         e.   Location and dimensions of all existing or proposed easements.
      4.   Proposed development and modification.
         a.   All existing and proposed structures and physical features.
         b.   Exterior building dimensions.
         c.   Setbacks with dimensions.
         d.   Distances between buildings.
         e.   Height of structures.
         f.   Treatment of open spaces, including landscaped areas.
         g.   Walls and fences.
         h.   Trash areas.
         i.   Use of building.
         j.   Parkway trees.
      5.   Parking area.
         a.   Layout and dimensions of all parking stalls.
         b.   Dimensions of all access ways, turn-around areas, driveways, alleys and walks.
         c.   Off-street loading space and facilities.
         d.   Surface type.
         e.   Screening and landscaping (including curbs).
      6.   Map legend.
         a.   Net acreage of parcel.
         b.   Gross floor area for all buildings.
         c.   Percentage of land covered by structures.
         d.   Number of beds, bowling lanes, billiard tables, guest rooms or dwelling units or seating area, whichever is applicable in the computation of the parking requirements pursuant to the zoning ordinance, Title 20, as amended or any successor ordinance.
         e.   Proposed off-street parking.
         f.   Required off-street parking.
         g.   Percentage of landscaping for total site.
   D.   Any application referred to in paragraph A. above shall also be accompanied by at least two (2) photographs of the building, final elevations of the front, sides and rear of the building, indications of exterior colors and surface materials, including walls and fences, and the written consent of the owner of the building for the Building Official to enter the building at reasonable times for the purpose of making all inspections required by this section.
   E.   Upon completion of the relocation and upon request by the permit holder, the Director of Development Services shall cause an inspection of the relocated building to occur. The provisions of Title 20, the zoning ordinance, as amended from time to time, shall apply to any building so relocated.
('61 Code, § 7.27)  (Ord. 538, passed  - - ; Am. Ord. 542, passed  - - )