A.   The city may require the dedication of land and improvements for streets, alleys, drainage, public utilities, bridle trails and flood control purposes that are reasonably related to the proposed use of the project and which are necessary for the orderly development of the site and surrounding properties. Improvements include, but are not limited to:
      1.   Grading and drainage structures;
      2.   Curbs and gutters;
      3.   Sidewalks;
      4.   Street pavement;
      5.   Water service;
      6.   Sanitary sewer facilities and connections;
      7.   Services from public utilities;
      8.   Street trees;
      9.   Streetlights and street signs.
   B.   Security, in a form acceptable to the city, may be required by the city to ensure that any public improvements required in connection with the approval of a CUP are constructed and completed prior to the issuance of any building permit or certificate of occupancy for the CUP. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the city shall not require a bond as security for any improvements not reasonably related to the use approved in the CUP. (Ord. 2503 § 1, 2003)