Review of the submittals shall not begin, nor will the application be placed on the Planning and Zoning Board agenda, until the application has been determined to be complete by the City Engineer. The following information shall be submitted unless waived by the Planning and Zoning Board.
   (A)   General development and proposed improvements.
      (1)   General information.
         (a)   Name of project.
         (b)   Statement of intended use of site.
         (c)   Legal description of the property, and size of parcel in acres or square feet.
         (d)   Name, address, and telephone number of the owner or owners of record.
         (e)   Name, address, and telephone number of the applicant and firm which he represents.
         (f)   Name, address, signature, and registration of the professionals preparing the plan.
         (g)    Date, north arrow and scale, number of sheets; the scale (not smaller than one inch to 50 feet) shall be designated, and, where appropriate, the same scale should be used in drawing the site plan rather than varying the scale.
         (h)   Vicinity map, showing the relationship of the proposed development to the surrounding streets and thoroughfares; shall be at a scale of not less than one inch equals 2,000 feet.
         (i)   Linear dimensions of the site and proposed buildings.
         (j) Existing topography with a minimum of one foot contour intervals for the proposed site. All elevations shall be referenced to North American Vertical Datum (NAVD) of 1988.
         (k)   Finished grading elevation.
         (l)   All existing and proposed building restriction lines (such as, highway setback lines, easements, covenants, rights- of-way, and building setback lines, even if more restrictive than those specified by the zoning regulations).
         (m)   Any formal commitments, including, but not limited to, contributions to offset public facilities impacts.
      (2)   Buildings and structural information.
         (a)   Intended use.
         (b)   Number of stories.
         (c)   Height of buildings.
         (d)   Number of dwelling units, and density for multi-family site plans.
         (e)   Projected number of employees and number of company vehicles kept at site.
         (f)   For restaurants, entertainment, or similar establishments, show number of seats and occupancy load.
         (g)   Square footage for proposed development: gross square footage, non-storage area, square footage of each story, gross square footage of sales area, and the like.
         (h)   Photograph or sketch of proposed signs.
         (i)   Type of construction.
      (3)   Streets, sidewalks, driveways, parking areas, and loading spaces information.
         (a)   Engineering plans and specifications for streets, sidewalks, parking areas, and driveways.
         (b)   All parking spaces designated.
         (c)   Number of parking spaces.
         (d)   Number and location of handicapped spaces.
         (e)   Number and designation of loading spaces.
         (f)   Number of square feet of paved parking and driveway area.
         (g)   Surface materials of driveways.
         (h)   Cross section of proposed street improvements.
         (i)   Fire lanes.
         (j)   Location of proposed driveways and median cuts.
         (k)   Internal traffic circulation plan, including directional arrows and signs to direct traffic flow.
         (l)   Location of traffic-control signs and signal devices.
         (m)   Designated location of sidewalks.
         (n)   Coordinate walkways, driveways, and the like with facilities in adjacent developments.
         (o)   All proposed streets and alleys.
         (p)   The extension or construction of service roads and access thereto on-site must be shown where applicable.
      (4)   Traffic impact analysis data.
         (a)   Requirements. The developer shall prepare, or have prepared, by a qualified traffic engineer, a traffic impact analysis, unless determined by the city that the proposed development will not have a traffic impact which justifies such an analysis. Refer to the city transportation guidelines for more specific direction.
         (b)   Data. The analysis of traffic impacts will provide the following findings, and appropriate methodologies utilized in determining the findings:
            1.   Total projected average weekday trip ends for the site in question.
            2.   Design capacity of the accessed roads.
            3.   Average projected peak- hour (including time of day) trip projections for the site in question.
            4.   Analysis of projected on- and off-site traffic patterns, such as turning movements.
            5.   Projected percentage of truck traffic.
            6.   Recommended improvements made necessary by the development.
            7.   Other related information as required by the City Engineer.
      (5)   Drainage. Engineering plans and specifications, in accordance with Appendix C to Chapter 155, for the collection and treatment of storm drainage, including a description of the preservation of any natural features, such as lakes and streams, or other natural features.
      (6)   Dredge and fill. If any dredging or filling operation is intended in the development of the area, the developer's engineer shall consult with the City Engineer to ensure conformity with dredge and fill requirements.
      (7)   Soils. A soil classification map as an overlay for comparison with proposed development activities shall be provided, and will indicate soil classifications on the site plan as identified by the United States Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service in the Seminole County Soil Survey" and "Soil Survey Supplement." An applicant may challenge this designation by securing competent expert evaluation, at the applicant's own expense, demonstrating that the identified soils are not classified correctly. If that determination is concurred in by the city, the soils shall be correctly identified for the purpose of this chapter. A soil analysis by a qualified soil engineer shall be furnished upon request of the city.
      (8)   Erosion control. Provisions for the adequate control of erosion and sediment, indicating the location and description of the methods to be utilized during and after all phases of clearing, grading, and construction.
      (9)   Limits of flood plain. Indicate the flood elevation for the 100-year flood on the site plan as established by the National Flood Insurance Program, Flood Insurance Rate Map. The actual acreage above and below the 100-year flood elevation, plus that area below the antecedent water level, shall be listed numerically. The jurisdictional wetland boundary as established by the St. Johns River water Management District shall also be depicted on the site plan.
      (10)   Proposed water and sewer facilities.
         (a)   Water. Size, material, and location of water mains, valves, and fire hydrants, including engineering plans and specifications.
         (b)   Sanitary sewer systems. Size, material, inverts of manholes, slopes of the sewer, and location of lines including engineering plans and specifications, with submittal of a profile where required.
      (11)   Solid waste. Locations and access provisions for refuse service, including pad, screening, fencing, and landscaping.
      (12)   Landscaping, arbor, recreation, and open space.
         (a)   Landscaping plan, irrigation system plan, and provision for maintenance, including size, type, and location of all landscaping, screens, walls, fences, and buffers.
         (b)   Tree survey indicating the location of all trees on site which are a minimum of six inches in diameter measured approximately three feet above the ground designating the trees to be retained, removed, relocated or replaced. Smaller trees to be retained may also be shown by the applicant to assist the Arbor Inspector in determining replacement requirements. Groups of tress in close proximity may be designated as "clumps" of trees with the estimated number and type of trees noted. Trees with a diameter of 24 inches and greater shall be identified by type, height, diameter and canopy spread. Trees to be removed, relocated or replaced must be named (common or botanical name) on the plan.
         (c)   Application for arbor permit, if applicable.
         (d)   Recreation and open space areas, if applicable.
   (B)   Existing improvements (on-site, adjacent to site, and across or opposite any public rights-of-way).
      (1)   Driveways and median cuts within 150 feet of the site in both directions on both sides of street.
      (2)   Sidewalks, streets, alleys, and easements (note widths and type).
      (3)   Drainage systems to include natural and structural (size and material, invert elevation).
      (4)   Size and location of nearest water mains, valves, and fire hydrants.
      (5)   Sanitary sewer systems (size, invert elevation, and the like to be included).
      (6)   Gas, power, and telephone lines, where applicable.
      (7)   Location of public potable water wells within 1000 feet of the site.
   (C)   Additional information. Any additional data, maps, plans, or statements, including a certificate of capacity for public facilities, as may be required, and which are commensurate with the intent and purpose of this chapter.
(Ord. 241, passed 11-27-85; Am. Ord. 553, passed 8-1-91; Am. Ord. 651, passed 7-1-93; Am. Ord. 1464, passed 5-17-12)