1266.11  SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS.
   (a)   Contents Of Concept Plan Application.  It is the intent of these regulations that the concept plan shall generally indicate overall design of the proposed Planned Development project.  Information submitted should be comprehensive enough to enable the staff to understand the existing site and concept for the proposed development.  The applicant shall submit the number of copies as determined by the Planning and Zoning Administrator.  The information submitted should include the following:
      (1)   Completed Application Form along with the application fee.
      (2)   Vicinity Map indicating the location of the site in Carlisle and the general location of principal thoroughfares.
      (3)   Regional Context Map.  A map indicating the proposed site and all parcels within 2000 feet in all directions showing the basics of the proposed site layout, all property lines, general location of structures on all parcels, and existing land use on all parcels.
      (4)   Map of Existing Conditions and features drawn to scale, with accurate boundaries of the entire project and a north arrow, including the property proposed for development, all adjacent rights-of-way and 100 feet of property immediately adjacent thereto, indicating:
         A.   Existing public improvements, permanent facilities, easements and property boundaries;
         B.   Location of existing structures on the site and abutting properties;
         C.   Physical features and natural conditions of the site including the location of streams, tree masses, open spaces, etc.;
         D.   General topography;
         E.   Existing zoning district boundaries and jurisdictional boundaries;
         F.   Surface drainage and areas subject to flooding;
         G.   Existing public and private utility systems;
         H.   Regional transportation system.
      (5)   The Concept Plan Map, drawn to scale with accurate boundaries of the entire project and a north arrow, including the property proposed for development, all adjacent rights-of-way, and 100 feet of property immediately adjacent to the property boundary, indicating:
         A.   Depiction of proposed land uses, including open space areas, indicating the approximate acreage by land use, density and type of buildings or dwelling units;
         B.   The location of any lands to be dedicated to any public agency;
         C.   The general circulation pattern;
         D.   The relationship of the proposed project to the surrounding area.
   (b)   Contents Of Preliminary Development Plan Application.  The application shall include the maps, plans, and supplementary documentation itemized below.  The applicant shall submit the number of copies as determined by the Planning and Zoning Administrator.  The information submitted should include the following:
      (1)   Completed Application Form along with the application fee.  The application shall be signed and notarized.
      (2)   Vicinity Map showing the relationship of the proposed planned development to existing development and including existing property lines, easements, utilities, and street rights-of-way of the subject property and property within 500 feet of the site, zoning district boundaries, and existing land uses and structures.
      (3)   Regional Context Map.  A map indicating the proposed site and all parcels within 2000 feet in all directions showing the basics of the proposed site layout, all property lines, general location of structures on all parcels, and existing land use on all parcels.
      (4)   Legal Description.
      (5)   Map of Existing Conditions and features drawn to scale, with accurate boundaries of the entire project and a north arrow, including:
         A.   Boundaries of the area proposed for development, dimensions and total acreage;
         B.   Existing public rights-of-way, buildings, permanent facilities, access points and easements on, and adjacent to, the site;
         C.   Identification of any existing buildings or structures to be removed or demolished;
         D.   Existing zoning district boundaries and jurisdictional boundaries;
         E.   Existing utility systems and providers;
         F.   The location of existing topography showing contour lines at vertical intervals of not more than five (5) feet, highlighting ridges, rock outcroppings and other significant topographical features and identifying any areas with slopes over five percent (5%);
         G.   Locations of all wooded areas, tree lines, hedgerows, and a description of significant existing vegetation by type of species, health, and quality;
         H.   Delineation of existing drainage patterns on the property;
         I.   Location of wetlands (and potential wetlands) the 100-year floodplain, floodway boundary, twenty (20)-foot buffer area beyond the floodway, and flood elevation as delineated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency maps including rivers and streams and their related river or stream bank, ponds, and water courses.
      (6)   The Preliminary Development Plan Map shall include a plan for the entire area of the proposed project and shall be drawn to an appropriate scale with accurate boundaries of the entire project including a north arrow. The applicant shall submit the number of copies as determined by the Planning and Zoning Administrator.  The information submitted shall indicate:
         A.   The proposed location, use and size of areas of residential, retail, office, industrial or institutional uses, community facilities, parks, playgrounds, school sites and other public areas and open spaces with the suggested ownership and maintenance provisions of such areas, and their related parking areas, and access points;
         B.   The general layout of the proposed internal road system, indicating the proposed vehicular right-of-way of all proposed public streets, general indication of private streets and pedestrian circulation, bike paths and other trail systems, access drive locations, improvements to existing streets, and traffic control requirements;
         C.   Any proposed off-site improvements and/or utility lines/extensions needed to serve the site;
         D.   Natural areas and other natural features to be conserved and any required buffer areas;
         E.   Natural features to be altered or impacted by the development and areas where new landscaping will be installed, etc.;
         F.   A summary table showing total acres of the proposed development; the number of acres devoted to each type of use, including streets and common areas; the number of dwelling units by type and density for each residential use area; the building height(s); and square footage as proposed for retail, office, industrial and institutional uses, by use area; and the number of parking spaces provided for each use area;
         G.   Space for signatures of the applicant and the Planning and Zoning Administrator, and the dates of Planning Commission and Council approvals.
      (7)   Preliminary Plat, if appropriate, designed in compliance with the requirements and regulations  set forth in this Zoning Code. 
      (8)   Architectural Drawings demonstrating the prototypical designs of the proposed buildings, to demonstrate the exterior design, character and general elements in sufficient detail to indicate the proposed visual character of the development.  This requirement includes prototypical designs for single-family homes, if the planned development mandates a specific style or type of single family home.
      (9)   Project Phasing Map. A phasing plan and schedule identifying the separate phases of the project, including utilities and any off-site improvements.  Such schedule shall include the proposed use or reuse of existing features such as topography, structures, streets, easements and natural areas.
      (10)   Proposed Utilities including the proposed provision of water, sanitary sewer and surface drainage facilities, including engineering feasibility studies or other evidence of reasonableness, including verification of availability.
      (11)   Traffic Study indicating the impact of future traffic on the existing and proposed roadway system, as required by the Carlisle Engineer.
      (12)   Explanation of Relationship of Proposed Development to existing and future land use in the surrounding area, the street system, community facilities and open space system, services and other public improvements. If the proposal is not fully consistent with Comprehensive Plan, the applicant shall submit a letter justifying the proposed deviation from the Comprehensive Plan. 
      (13)   Development Standards Text.  The development standards text identifying the requirements that are to govern the design and layout of the planned development.
         A.   The development standards text shall include signature and date lines for the applicant certifying the text.
         B.   Dimensions and/or acreages illustrated on the development plan shall be described in the development standards text. 
         C.   Any dimensions or other provision that depart from any applicable standards set forth in this Zoning Code, especially addressing signs, landscaping, buffering, required setbacks, and parking, shall be clearly described.
         D.   Adequate provision shall be made to establish a private organization (i.e. Homeowners Association) with direct responsibility to provide for the operation and maintenance of all common facilities that are part of the Planned Development, and, in such instance legal assurances shall be provided to show that the private organization is self-perpetuating.
   (c)   Contents of Final Development Plan Application.  The application shall include the maps, plans, designs and supplementary documents itemized below. Copies of the maps, plans, designs and supplementary documents shall be submitted.  Final development plans are intended to be detailed refinements for development and, as such shall be accurate, detailed representations of all the plan elements on the approved preliminary development plan. The applicant shall submit the number of copies determined by the Planning and Zoning Administrator.  The information submitted shall include the following:
      (1)   Completed Application Form, which has been signed and notarized, along with the application fee.
      (2)   Vicinity Map showing the relationship of the area of the final development plan to the entire Planned Development Overlay District and including existing structures, property lines, easements, utilities, and street rights-of-way of the subject property and property within 500 feet of the site;
      (3)   Regional Context Map.  A map indicating the proposed site and all parcels within 2000 feet in all directions showing the basics of the proposed site layout, all property lines, general location of structures on all parcels, and existing land use on all parcels.
      (4)   Final Subdivision Plat.  A Final Plat shall be submitted in accordance with the regulations in the Zoning Code, if the proposed development includes the subdivision of land;
      (5)   Legal Description of the property with accurate distances and bearings from an established monument on the project to the three nearest established street lines or official monuments; and stamped or sealed evidence from a surveyor registered in the State of Ohio that the monuments actually exist and that all dimensional and geodetic details are correct;
      (6)   Final Development Plan Map, prepared and sealed by a qualified professional such as a licensed architect, surveyor, engineer or landscape architect, and drawn to an appropriate scale indicating the following items:
         A.   A bar scale, north arrow, and total acreage of the area that is the subject of the final development plan, and accurate location of all monuments;
         B.   Radii, arcs, points of tangency, central angles for all curvilinear street, radii for all rounded corners, and length of all straight center line between curves on all public and private street;
         C.   The right-of-way lines of adjoining streets and alleys with their width and names, and indicating the edge of pavement and centerline;
         D.   All lot lines and easements with their dimensions;
         E.   The dimensions and locations of proposed structures, buildings, streets, parking areas, yards, playgrounds, school sites and other public or private facilities; the proposed pedestrian and bike path systems; the arrangement of internal and in-out traffic movement including access roads and drives; lane and other pavement markings to direct and control parking and circulation; and the location of signs related to parking and traffic control;
         F.   Location and height of existing and proposed structures including fences, walls, signs, and lighting;
         G.   Location and layout of all proposed and existing outdoor storage areas including storage of waste materials and location of trash receptacles;
         H.   Sanitary sewers, water and other utilities including fire hydrants, as required, and proposed drainage and storm water management;
         I.   Delineation and identification of areas to be dedicated or reserved for public use, provided those areas are acceptable to Carlisle, with the purposes indicated thereon, and of any area to be reserved by deed covenant for the common use of all property owners, listing who will maintain the acreage of such areas, or indicating if it is to be dedicated or reserved and the proposed timing of dedication or reservation;
         J.   Space for signatures of the owner, and applicant if different that the owner, and the Planning and Zoning Administrator, and the date of Commission approval;
         K.   Summary table showing total acres of the proposed development, the number of acres devoted to each type of use including streets and open space, and the number of proposed dwelling units by type, building square footage, number of parking spaces, pavement coverage, impervious surface area and acreage devoted to open space, private streets, and other public facilities; and proposed density by use area and overall.
      (7)   Proposed Utilities.  Verification of availability of all utilities, including water, sanitary sewer, gas, electric, cable, etc., and indication of all utility line extensions;
      (8)   Additional Plans for Proposed Development.
         A.   Topographic maps showing existing and proposed grading contours, water courses, wetlands and flood plains and other flood hazard boundaries and information;
         B.   Landscaping and screening plans;
         C.   A dimensioned sign plan indicating the character, material, dimensions, location, shape, color(s) and type of illumination of signs; 
         D.   Architectural plans for the proposed development, showing all exterior elevations and building floor plans, colors, materials, and other details to indicate the type of architectural style proposed for the development.  This requirement includes prototypical designs for single-family homes, if the planned development mandates a specific style or type of single family home.
         E.   Construction plans for all public improvements, site grading, and required development practices specified by Municipal Code.
      (9)   Ownership.  The ownership interests of the subject property, including liens and easements, and the nature of the developer's interest if not the owner.
      (10)   Covenants, Easements and Restrictions.
         A.   The substance of covenants, grants of easements, or other restrictions that will be imposed upon the use of the land, buildings, and structures, including proposed easements or grants for public utilities.
         B.   For projects that include any area for common use of or to be maintained by multiple property owners, the Association's bylaws or Code of regulations, shall include provisions that comply with the requirements in Section 1274.25:
      (11)   Modifications.  A statement identifying any aspect of the Final Development Plan in which the applicant is requesting a modification from the preliminary development plan, pursuant to Section 1266.09(d)(2)B.4.
      (12)   Updated Existing Conditions.  An updated/revised map of Existing Conditions indicating all changes since the map was submitted with the preliminary development plan.
      (13)   Table of Contents.  Table of contents or other index indicating where each of the plan submission requirements is located within the application package (page number of narrative or drawing).   
         (Ord. 8-13. Passed 5-14-13.)