(A)   No planned unit development shall have an area less than that approved by the Planning Commission as adequate for the proposed uses.
   (B)   All planned unit developments shall be approved by the County Commission, and plats meeting the requirements of Chapter 152 shall be recorded in the office of the County Recorder.
   (C)   The development shall be in single or corporate ownership at the time of approval or the subject of an application filed jointly by all owners of the property.
   (D)   The Planning Commission shall require such arrangements of structures and open spaces within the site development plan as necessary to assure that adjacent properties will not be adversely affected.
      (1)   Dwelling unit and land use intensity shall be indicated.
      (2)   Where feasible, lowest height and least intensity of buildings and uses shall be arranged around the boundaries of the development.
      (3)   Lot area, width, yard, height, density, and coverage regulations shall comply with the International Building Code and shall be documented on the site development plan.
      (4)   Residential areas shall comply with Chapters 152 and 156.
   (E)   Preservation, maintenance, and ownership of required open spaces within the development shall be accomplished by:
      (1)   Dedication of the land as a system, public park, or parkway system;
      (2)   Granting to the county a permanent, open space easement on and over the said private open spaces to guarantee that the open spaces remain perpetually in recreational uses, with ownership and maintenance being the responsibility of an owners association established with articles of association and by-laws which are satisfactory to the County Commission; or
      (3)   Complying with the provisions of the Condominium Ownership Act (UCA § 57-8), which provides for the payment of common expenses for the upkeep of the common areas and facilities.
   (F)   Landscaping, fencing, and screening within the site shall be presented to the Planning Commission for recommendation, together with other required plans for the development.
   (G)   The size, location, design, and nature of signs, if any, and intensity and direction of area or flood-lighting shall be detailed in application. Night sky friendly lighting is encouraged.
   (H)   A grading and drainage plan detailing easements, geologic and flood hazards, shall be submitted to the Planning Commission with the application.
   (I)   Prior to final approval, the planned unit development applicant shall furnish and file with the County Clerk a surety bond to assure that the actual construction of proposed public improvements are completed within specified time frames. The form and bond shall be approved by the Planning Commission, County Commission, and the County Attorney. Bonds may include, but are not limited to, insurance, bonds, escrow deposits, irrevocable letters of credit, or other method approved by the county.
(Ord. 2019-4, passed 4-22-2019)