§ 153.235  SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   Required content. Each site plan submitted shall contain the information detailed in Table 153.235, as applicable:
Table 153.235: Required Site Plan Content
Required Information
Level “A”
Level “B”
Table 153.235: Required Site Plan Content
Required Information
Level “A”
Level “B”
GENERAL INFORMATION
Date, north arrow and scale
X
X
Name and firm address of the professional individual responsible for preparing the site plan
X
X
Name and address of the property owner or petitioner
X
X
Location sketch
X
X
Legal description of the subject property
X
X
Size of subject property in acres or square feet
X
X
Boundary survey dated within six years of application
X
X
Preparer’s professional seal
X
Revision block (month, day and year)
X
X
EXISTING CONDITIONS
Existing zoning classification of subject property
X
X
Property lines and required setbacks (dimensioned)
X
X
Location, width and purpose of all existing easements
X
X
Location and dimension of all existing structures on the subject property
X
X
Location of all existing driveways, parking areas and total number of existing parking spaces on subject property
X
X
Abutting street right-of-way width
X
X
Location of all existing structures, driveways and parking areas within 300 feet of the subject property’s boundary
X
Existing water bodies (rivers, creeks, wetlands and the like)
X
X
Existing landscaping and vegetation on the subject property
X
Size and location of existing utilities
X
Location of all existing surface water drainage facilities
X
X
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
Location and dimensions of all proposed buildings
X
X
Location of all proposed drives (including dimensions and radii), acceleration/deceleration lanes, sidewalks, walls, fences, signs, exterior lighting, curbing, parking areas (including dimensions of a typical parking space and the total number of spaces to be provided) and unloading areas
X
X
Setbacks for all buildings and structures
X
X
Recreation areas, common use areas, dedicated open space and areas to be conveyed for public use
X
Flood plain areas and basement and finished floor elevations of all buildings
X
X
Landscape plan (showing location of proposed materials, size and type)
X
Layout and typical dimensions of proposed parcels and lots
X
Number of proposed dwelling units (by type), including typical floor plans for each type of unit
X
Number and location (by code, if necessary) of efficiency and 1-, 2- and 3- or more bedroom units
X
All deed restrictions or covenants
X
Brief narrative description of the project including proposed use, existing floor area (sq. ft.), size of proposed expansion (sq. ft.) and any change in the number of parking spaces
X
X
ENGINEERING
Proposed method of handling sanitary sewage and providing potable water
X
X
Location and size of proposed utilities, including connections to public sewer and water supply systems and/or size and location of on-site systems
X
X
Location and spacing of fire hydrants
X
Location and type of all proposed surface water drainage facilities
X
X
Grading plan at no more than 2-foot contour intervals
X
Proposed streets (including pavement width, materials and easement or right-of-way dimensions)
X
BUILDING DETAILS
Typical elevation views of all sides of each building
X
Gross and usable floor area
X
X
Elevation views of building additions
X
X
Building height
X
X
 
   (B)   Information waiver. Specific requirements of either a level "A" or "B" site plan may be waived by the Zoning Administrator where it is determined that such information is not applicable to the request. The Planning Commission reserves the right to request the waived information for level B site plan reviews in their decision making process.
   (C)   Additional reports/study. The Zoning Administrator or Planning Commission may require additional studies, reports or written opinions from qualified consultants to determine compliance with this chapter or other applicable law or to ensure negative impacts to public health, safety and welfare are avoided or mitigated. These reports/studies may include, but are not limited to, traffic studies, transportation plans, geotechnical reports, flood hazard evaluations or environmental assessments. The Zoning Administrator, or Planning Commission, shall have the authority to choose the individual consultant, firm or company. The costs of additional study shall be paid for by the applicant.
(Prior Code, § 5.119)  (Ord. 822, passed 10-19-2020)