(A)   Conditions. Reasonable conditions may be imposed upon the PUD approval by the Planning Commission as part of the final decision of the PUD application. The conditions imposed shall be recorded in the minutes of the approval action and shall remain unchanged except upon amendment of the PUD in accordance with the procedures of § 153.290. Conditions may include, but are not limited to, those necessary to:
      (1)   Ensure that public services and facilities affected by the proposed land use and site plan will not be adversely affected;
      (2)   Ensure that the use is compatible with adjacent land uses and activities;
      (3)   Protect natural resources, the health, safety, welfare and social and economic well-being of those who will use the land use or activity under consideration, residents and landowners immediately adjacent to the proposed land use or activity, and the community as a whole;
      (4)   Ensure compatibility between the proposed use or activity and the rights of the city to perform its governmental functions;
      (5)   Meet the intent and purpose of this chapter, be related to the regulations and standards established in the ordinance for the land use or activity under consideration and be necessary to ensure compliance with those standards;
      (6)   Ensure compatibility with other uses of land in the vicinity; and
      (7)   Ensure compliance with the final development plan and the provisions of this chapter.
   (B)   Performance guarantees. The Planning Commission may require reasonable performance guarantees in accordance with § 153.239 of this chapter to ensure completion of specified improvements within the PUD.
   (C)   Interior streets. Public or private streets may be required to be extended to exterior lot lines in order to allow connection to existing or planned streets on adjacent parcels in order to provide for secondary access, continuity of the circulation system and to reduce traffic on collector streets.
   (D)   Time limits. Each PUD shall be under construction within 12 months after the date of approval of the final development plan. If this requirement is not met, the Planning Commission may, in its discretion, grant one extension not exceeding up to 12 additional months; provided that prior to the expiration of the initial 12-month period, the applicant shall submit reasonable evidence in writing to the effect that unforeseen difficulties or special circumstances have been encountered, causing delay in commencement of the PUD. If the PUD has not been commenced within the initial 12-month approval period, or within an authorized extension thereof, any building permits issued for the PUD or any part thereof shall be of no further effect. At the expiration of the applicable period of time, the Planning Commission may initiate proceedings for the rezoning of the property to some other zoning district.
(Prior Code, § 5.143)  (Ord. 794, passed 9-17-2018)