A.   Area Of District: The Design Review Overlay District encompasses the entire City limits including any land annexed into the City after the date of adoption hereof.
   B.   Proposed Developments: Any proposed development located within the Design Review Overlay District shall be harmonious with and in accordance with the general objectives and with any specific objective of the Comprehensive Plan.
   C.   Areas Of Development: There are four (4) specifically defined areas of development within the Design Review Overlay District. The general purpose of each of those areas are described below. Any development which meets the criteria for design review, as set forth in this article, that is not within the specific areas described below, shall be required to comply with the general requirements of this article and not the specific requirements for the DDA, TDA, CEDA, and DSDA:
      1.   Downtown Development Area-DDA: The purpose of the DDA is to establish a distinct area regulated to fulfill the vision of the City Comprehensive Plan and to provide for activities conducive to a compact and concentrated downtown commercial center.
      2.   Transitional Development Area-TDA: The purpose of the TDA is to provide areas for public parking and service to the DDA and serve as an area for future expansion of the DDA as market demands grow.
      3.   Community Entry Development Area-CEDA: The purpose of the CEDA is to fulfill the vision of the City Comprehensive Plan by providing a sense of entry into Eagle and transitional development into the DDA.
      4.   Dunyon/State Development Area-DSDA: The purpose of the DSDA is to allow unique regulations specific to this district to facilitate the redevelopment of the area.
Where any parcel lies within more than one (1) development area described above, the entire parcel shall be considered to be within the development area with the more restrictive requirements. However, the development of a parcel located within more than one (1) development area may be permitted using the criteria from each respective district provided the Design Review Board determines that the more restrictive criteria is not compromised and that the development is in harmony with the adjacent properties.
   D.   Area Boundaries: The DDA, TDA, CEDA and DSDA are delineated on the map (Exhibit A-1) included as part of EASD Book.
   E.   Eagle Architecture And Site Design Book-EASD: The purpose of the EASD Book is to show, through the use of pictures and text, specific period architectural styles, themes, and elements envisioned through the requirements of this article. The EASD Book, established through a resolution of the City Council and as may be amended through future resolution(s), contains all exhibits referenced in this article and is incorporated herein by reference. However, Exhibit A-1 may only be modified through an ordinance amendment. The architecture styles found in the EASD Book are permitted styles. Architectural styles not shown within the EASD Book will not be considered. A copy of the EASD Book is available at Eagle City Hall. (Ord. 462, 11-11-2003)