The pavement, curbs and sidewalks shall be designed and constructed by the developer as required for the district in which the subdivision is located and set forth in the schedules in the Subdivision Code and in the Street and Sidewalk Code of the City.
   (a)    Pavement. The width of the pavement shall be measured between the vertical faces of straight curbs and the outside edges of rolled curbs. The materials and the construction shall be in accordance with the Detailed Specifications as required by the Engineer and Material Specifications of the Ohio Highway Department whichever is applicable. The pavement requirements may be modified, if found necessary by the Engineer and if approved by the Commission, because of extraordinary traffic loads or unusual soil conditions in specific locations.
      After the underground utilities and house connections are installed and backfilled and rough grading completed, the roadway subgrade shall be shaped, rolled and compacted. The developer may construct the final pavement of reinforced concrete with integral curbs. The developer may also request that he construct a temporary pavement of slag or stone for use during the building construction period and furnish a cash bond of at least ten percent of the amount of the performance bond or in other amounts mutually agreed upon, guaranteeing that all pavements shall be maintained in a passable and reasonable condition and rebuilt as necessary to comply with the standards of the City at the completion of the construction of the buildings, and without expense to the City, until acceptance of final pavement for maintenance and use.
   (b)    Curbs and Gutters. Concrete roll curbs integral with the pavement shall be constructed as required in the district where the subdivision is located. Concrete roll curbs and gutters shall be in accordance with the Detailed Specifications as required by the Engineer. Straight curbs may be provided at intersections where rolled curbs are used elsewhere.
(Ord. 1967-37. Passed 1-9-68.)
   (c)    Driveways and Curb Cuts. Driveways and curb cuts should be located along the lowest side of the lot, not less than three feet from the side lot line or another driveway. Driveways shall be not less than eight feet and not more than twenty feet wide in single-family districts. Curb cuts for straight curbs, and the flare for rolled curbs of driveways shall be three to five feet wider than the driveway pavement on each side; the driveway grade of the apron shall not exceed three percent from the edge of the pavement to the property line and the maximum grade of the on-site driveway shall not exceed fifteen percent.
(Ord. 2003-42. Passed 12-9-03.)
   (d)    Parking Areas. The design of off-street parking areas and their service driveways shall be in accordance with the standards as set forth in the Zoning Code.
   (e)    Public Sidewalks. Sidewalks shall be provided on both sides of the street; however, the Commission may waive this requirement in certain residential districts for cul-de-sac streets serving less than fifteen dwelling units or for loop streets serving less than thirty dwelling units. Walks shall be extended to connect with existing walks or to the boundaries of the subdivision if walks are not accessible.
      On local residential streets, sidewalks shall be located in the public right of way so that the inner line is approximately six inches from the property line. On corner lots each sidewalk shall be extended to the curb. In residential developments walks shall be not less than five feet wide and not less than ten feet wide in business developments.
      Sidewalks shall be constructed of concrete four inches thick. The design and construction shall be in accord with the standards established by the Engineer.
      (Ord. 1967-37. Passed 1-9-68.)