All applications for development approval for public, semi-public and certain private facilities (e.g., power plants, electrical transmission facilities, dams, high-rise buildings, regional shopping facilities, industrial buildings, airports, bridges, chemical plants, convention centers, government buildings, hospitals, hotels, ports, railroads, rail yards, transportation terminals, transit station stops, schools, stadiums, multi-family apartment complexes, wastewater and water plants and facilities, and other uses identified through site- and threat-specific analyses) shall provide a site-specific vulnerability assessment incorporating the following minimum standards:
   (A)   The mission of the facility;
   (B)   Sensitive vulnerable areas;
   (C)   Types of activities and the site;
   (D)   Description of users of the facility;
   (E)   Site perimeter security (e.g., setbacks, unobstructed views, restricted access, and avoidance of unnecessary signage);
   (F)   Landscaping and external design (i.e., avoidance of high-speed access, restriction of entrance and parking accesses, use of secure concrete barriers and incorporation of traffic patterns of pedestrians and vehicles in landscaping design); and
   (G)   Building design security measures (e.g., identification stations, facility entry checkpoints, vehicle inspection facilities, and surveillance equipment). The city shall, within ten years after adoption of the UDC, provide administrative regulations, checklists, and application forms necessary to carry out the provisions of this section. The administrative regulations shall provide for designation of the law enforcement officials, building inspectors, and architect/engineers required to approve plans and to carry out audits and inspections. The administrative regulations shall also provide for adoption of development approval fees to cover the costs of administering this section.
(Ord. 3020, passed 9-10-2013, § 5.16; Ord. 3160, passed 1-9-2018)