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An application for final development plan review shall be required for each phase of development. The application and the application fee shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator. The application shall include the maps, plans, designs and supplementary documents itemized below, unless specific items are determined by the Zoning Administrator to be inapplicable or unnecessary and are waived in writing by the Zoning Administrator. Upon review by the Planning Commission, any information waived by the Zoning Administrator may subsequently be required. A sufficient number of copies of the maps, plans, designs and supplementary documents as determined by the Zoning Administrator shall be submitted with the application.
(A) An accurate, legal description and survey prepared or certified by a registered surveyor of the state;
(B) A vicinity map showing the relationship of the site to existing development and including existing property lines, easements, utilities and street rights-of-way of the subject property and property within 200 feet of the site, and zoning district boundaries.
(C) Verification of availability of all utilities, including water, sanitary sewer, gas, electric etc.
(D) The ownership interests of the subject property, including liens and easements, and the nature of the developer's interest if not the owner.
(E) A final development plan, prepared by a qualified professional such as a licensed architect, surveyor, engineer or landscaped architect, and drawn to an appropriate scale indicating the following:
(1) Use, location and height of existing and proposed buildings and structures;
(2) Location of all public rights-of-way and private streets;
(3) Location and configuration of vehicular circulation including off-street parking and loading areas; the arrangement of internal and in-out traffic movement including access roads and drives; lane and other pavement markings to direct and control parking and circulation; and the location of signs related to parking and traffic control;
(4) Location of proposed and existing structures including fences, walls, signs, and lighting;
(5) Location and layout of all proposed and existing outdoor storage areas including storage of waste materials and location of trash receptacles;
(6) Sanitary sewers, water and other utilities including fire hydrants, as required, and proposed drainage and storm water management;
(7) Dimensions of all buildings, setbacks, parking areas, drives and walkways;
(8) Location, size and character of any open space.
(F) Topographic maps showing existing and proposed grading contours, water courses, existing flood plains, and major vegetation features including existing trees with a caliper of four or more inches, wooded areas, wetlands and other environmental features;
(G) Proposed landscaping and screening plans indicating the preliminary description of the location and nature of existing and proposed vegetation and landscaping, including species, size at planting and separation, screening elements and any existing trees to be removed;
(H) Conceptual water management and sediment control plans in accordance with the Hamilton County Storm Water Regulations or similar method as approved by the City Engineer.
(I) Illumination plan, including, but not limited to, a photometric plan which shows maximum foot candles at the surface, light pole heights and locations, average foot candle calculations and location of house side shields.
(J) Preliminary architectural plans for the proposed development or use showing exterior elevations and building floor plans, and site construction materials prepared and certified by a professional engineer, architect, or surveyor.
(K) Signage plan, pursuant to Chapter 151.30.
(L) Summary table showing total acres of the proposed development, the number of acres devoted to each type of use including streets and open space, and the number of proposed dwelling units by type, building coverage, pavement coverage and acreage devoted to open space;
(M) Subdivision plat, if appropriate;
(N) The substance of covenants, grants of easements, or other restrictions which will be imposed upon the use of the land, buildings, and structures, including proposed easements or grants for public utilities.
(O) A statement identifying any aspect of the plan in which the applicant is requesting an equivalency waiver, pursuant to Chapter 150.14 or for which a variance is required.
(P) Table of contents or other index indicating where each of the plan submission requirements is located within the application package (page number of narrative or drawing).
(Q) A list of all property owners lying within 300 feet of any part of the property, including their addresses and permanent parcel number, as shown on the current tax duplicate in the Office of the Hamilton County Treasurer.
(R) Other information necessary for the evaluation of the final development plan as deemed necessary by the Zoning Administrator.
(Ord. 5-2005, passed 3-23-05)