Any project developed pursuant to this chapter shall comply with the following regulations and any permit issued shall be subject to such provisions established as conditions of approval.
A. Area of project. Planned Unit Development projects shall not be less than five (5) acres in total area.
B. Maximum dwelling unit density. The dwelling unit density shall not exceed a number of units determined by dividing the total net area of the project by the minimum lot area requirements of the zone.
C. Minimum area and dimensions of lots. The area, width and depth of individually owned parcels of land within the development shall be established as a condition of approval. The following conditions shall be reviewed before approval of the project is recommended by the Commission:
1. Topography of the land.
2. The ground area covered by individual dwellings and accessory structures.
3. Location of common open space and its relationship to the dwelling to be served.
4. Aesthetic relationships between individual units and open spaces.
D. Yards and setbacks.
1. Front, side, and rear yards shall be established as a condition of approval. Building lines shall be indicated on the approved site plan map.
2. All buildings shall set back from all perimeter lines of the project a distance not less than the height of the building. Greater perimeter setbacks may be required as a condition of approval.
E. Distance between buildings. The distance between any two (2) buildings within the project shall be established as a condition of approval, but shall not be less than ten (10) feet between the edge of the eaves.
F. Maximum building height. The maximum building height permitted in the zone shall apply.
G. Required off-street parking.
1. The number of required parking spaces shall conform to provisions of the zone.
2. The location and arrangement of parking shall be subject to review by the Commission.
H. Walls, fences and landscaping.
1. The Commission may require appropriate walls, fencing and landscaping around the perimeter of the project.
2. A landscaping plan for all common open areas shall be submitted with the other plans. Approval of the landscape element shall include approval of an acceptable watering system, and assurance of continued maintenance.
I. Signs. The provisions of the zone in which the project is located shall apply.
1. Vehicular access shall be subject to review and approval of the Planning Commission.
2. Pedestrian access to common areas - all pedestrian access to common recreation and open areas shall be subject to review and approval of the Planning Commission. Review shall include but not be limited to the following:
a. Distance from common area to dwelling to be served shall not exceed a reasonable walking distance, if possible, not crossing any dedicated street or any privately owned property.
b. All pathways between private and common elements of the project shall be maintained as a common element to whatever standards the Commission may deem necessary to ensure adequate maintenance and privacy to all abutting dwellings.
K. Minimum dwelling unit floor area. The minimum floor area for each dwelling unit shall not be less than the requirements established by the zone.
L. Common open space elements. The Planning Commission shall review and approve the location, intent, landscape treatment and method of maintaining each common open space or recreational elements proposed. The Commission may require as condition of approval such improvements, fencing, walls, or landscaping necessary to protect abutting residential development.
M. Other conditions. The Planning Commission may require other conditions of approval in keeping with the intent and purpose of this chapter, and the principles of Planned Unit Development.
(Ord. 425, passed 10-14-68)