16.28.040  FORMULA FOR DEDICATION OF LAND.
   A.   Where a park or recreation facility has been designated in the general plan and is to be located in whole or in part within the proposed subdivision to serve the immediate and future needs of the residents of the subdivision, the subdivider shall dedicate land for a local park sufficient in size and topography that bears a reasonable relationship to serve the present and future needs of the residents of the subdivision. The amount of land to be provided shall be determined pursuant to the following formula:
   The formula for determining acreage to be dedicated shall be as follows:
         2.9 (average persons/unit) : 1,000 population = .0145 ac/DU
                     5 (ac.)      or
                           631 sq. ft./DU
   B.   Dedication of the land shall be made in accordance with the procedures contained in Section 16.28.090 of this chapter.
   C.   For the purposes of this section, the number of new dwelling units shall be based upon the number of parcels indicated on the map when in an area zoned for one dwelling unit per parcel. When all or part of the subdivision is located in an area zoned for more than one dwelling unit per parcel, the number of proposed dwelling units shall be used. In the case of a condominium project, the number of new dwelling units shall be the number of condominium units. The term “new dwelling unit” does not include dwelling units lawfully in place prior to the date on which the parcel or final map is filed.
   D.   The subdivider shall, without credit:
      1.   Provide full street improvements and utility connections including, but not limited to, curbs, gutters, street paving, traffic control devices, street trees, and sidewalks to land which is dedicated pursuant to this section;
      2.   Provide for fencing along the property line of that portion of the subdivision contiguous to the dedicated land;
      3.   Provide improved drainage through the site; and
      4.   Provide other minimal improvements which the planning commission determines to be essential to the acceptance of the land for recreational purposes. (Ord. 461 § 1 (part), 1984).