§ 153.382  200-YEAR FLOOD PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW DEVELOPMENT.
   After July 2, 2016, unless that date is amended by the State Legislature, new development shall not be approved where 200-year flooding, as shown on a 200-year map, will exceed 3 feet in depth, or in a flood hazard zones where 200-year floodplain maps have not been approved by the City Engineer, unless the approval authority determines based on substantial evidence in the record that:
   (A)   The facilities of the State Plan of Flood Control or other flood management facilities protect the new development site to the Urban Level of Flood Protection in urban and urbanizing areas or the national Federal Emergency Management Agency standard of flood protection in non-urbanizing areas; or
   (B)   Conditions imposed on the new development will protect the property to the Urban Level of Flood Protection in urban and urbanizing areas or the national Federal Emergency Management Agency standard of flood protection in non-urbanizing areas; or
   (C)   The local flood management agency has made adequate progress on the construction of a flood protection system that will result in flood protection equal to or greater than the urban level of flood protection in urban and urbanizing areas, or the national Federal Emergency Management Agency standard of flood protection in non-urbanizing areas.
   (D)   The new development site located in an undetermined risk area has met the urban level of flood protection based on substantial evidence in the record.
(Ord. 2016-006, passed 9-13-16)