(A)   It is the policy of the city to cooperate with other government entities, subdividers or groups of residents to secure adequate recreational opportunities for the neighborhood and the city.
   (B)   The amount and location of land to be dedicated, or the fees to be paid, shall bear a reasonable relationship to the use of park and recreation facilities by the future inhabitants of the subdivision. They shall be based on population densities characteristic for the several types of current residential development as determined by the Plan Commission.
      (1)   Basic formula for parks and recreation:
         (a)   Single-family residences: 3.5 persons, 610 square feet per dwelling unit;
         (b)   Duplexes and town houses: 3.2 persons, 553 square feet per dwelling unit; and
         (c)   Multi-family apartments: 2.4 persons, 419 square feet per dwelling unit.
      (2)   The total acreage of park and recreation space needed to meet the standards set forth shall be the cumulative amount of square feet or acres determined for the respective number of dwelling units in each category which are included in the final subdivision plat filed with the Plan Commission for approval.
(Prior Code, § 154.99) (Ord. 1978-6, passed 4-4-1978)