(A)   Adequate public infrastructure and utilities. It is the developer’s responsibility to design, furnish, install, provide assurance for completion, and otherwise ensure that the property being subdivided or developed is served by adequate public infrastructure and utilities, as required by these Development Standards and by the jurisdiction wherein it occurs.
      (1)   Assurances for completion of improvements for the Town shall meet the requirements found in Town Code §§ 153.080 through 153.086 and A.R.S. § 9-463.05.
      (2)   Assurances for completion of improvements for the city shall meet the requirements found in Hildale City Code § 153-23(11) Bond, as follows:
         Along with the final plat, the applicant shall submit a cash bond, or irrevocable letter of credit, as required by this chapter, and a current title policy to the city clerk/recorder, a copy of which shall be submitted to the city public works director and/or city engineer and city attorney’s office for review and approval.
      (3)   Public infrastructure requirements are also found in Hildale City Code Title V - Public Works and Title XV - Land Development or Land Usage and Utah Code § 10-9a-604.5.
   (B)   Enforcement. An occupancy holdback agreement or building permit holdback agreement as part of a development agreement may be considered as an assurance option for completion of improvements. (A.R.S. § 9-467 and Utah Code § 10-9a-802).
   (C)   Quality. The developer shall be responsible for the quality of all public infrastructure materials and workmanship as found in Town Code § 153.086, Inspection and Release, or City’s Article VI. Guarantee of Improvements, § 153-141, Method of Guarantee.
   (D)   Land shall not be approved for final plat use unless and until adequate public infrastructure and utilities have been provided and have been adequately assured for by the developer, in accordance with the minimum requirements for assurance stated in these regulations.
   (E)   Adjoining property infrastructure needs. Portions of any contiguous property within the control of the developer shall not be excluded from within the boundaries of a subdivision/development when needed or required for any traffic, public utility, drainage, or flood control facility pertinent to the subdivision/development.
   (F)   Remote campgrounds that do not have permanent buildings (except for restroom facilities), shall provide an accessible drive that meets the requirements of the latest edition of the International Fire Code for a fire apparatus access road. Remote campgrounds are required to provide fire hydrants if within 300 feet of a municipal water main line. Campgrounds shall provide for sanitary toilet and handwashing facilities and shall meet the requirements of the County Health Department.
(Ord. 2017-02, passed 11-13-2017)