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(A) Request on or after January 1, 2019. On or after January 1, 2019, any request for a Planned Development (PD) zoning district type or for modification or change in an approved PD zoning district type shall be made pursuant to § 152.030.
(B) General purpose. It is the general intent of these PD districts to encourage a unified design of residential and commercial areas and facilities or any combination, to provide for related developments having harmony of design and a variety of functions on tracts of land that are sufficiently large, and to allow deviation from specific site development standards, as long as the general purposes for the standards are achieved. The intent is to solve specific land development problems and to implement special development concepts.
(C) Applicability. The PD districts in this section are carried forward from the prior superseded edition of the city zoning ordinance. No future rezonings may occur to any of the PD districts listed in this section. Development on property having a PD zoning district classification is permitted subject to the use standards in Appendix A, development standards in Appendix B, and sign regulation in Appendix C; or as otherwise stated in an approved development plan.
(D) Types of Planned Development Districts.
(1) Planned Development Residential District, PDR. It is the intent of this district to provide for unusual, innovative or combined use developments that would not fit the descriptions of other districts and yet would maintain the objectives of this chapter. The uses could be residential, commercial or any combination.
(2) Planned Recreation Development District, PRD. The intent of this district is to build upon the planned development concept by dedicating land for major recreational complexes, cultural and tourist activities utilizing strong design standards.
(3) Planned Development Golf Course District, PDGC. The intent of this district is to create an oasis effect to attract visitors to the city and to enhance the enjoyment of the natural beauty and environment for surrounding residential and visitor accommodation uses.
(4) Planned Development Multiple Residence District, PDMR. The intent of this district is to permit uses which form a transition between higher commercial PD uses and residential areas, by tying together school and recreation areas, yet maintaining an architectural theme of the "Gateway."
(5) Planned Development Commercial, PDC. The intent of the district is to encourage quality commercial development through the use of flexible development standards that are tailored to meet the unique physical, environmental, and social characteristics of the site.
(6) Planned Development Business Park, PDBP. The intent of this district is to encourage quality business park development through the use of flexible development standards that combine compatible business, resources and associated facilities.
(7) Planned Development Industrial, PDI. The intent of this district is to encourage industrial development through the use of flexible development standards that are tailored to meet the unique physical, environmental, and social characteristics of the site, incorporating the community's economic goals.
(Ord. 648-18, passed 11-28-2018)