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Landscape Certificate of Compliance Submittal. Prior to the issuance of the certificate of occupancy or final inspection for a project that is subject to the requirements within this Chapter, a Landscape Certificate of Completion shall be submitted to the Land Use Services Department, Planning Division certifying that the landscape has been installed in accordance with the approved project specific landscape documentation package. The Landscape Certificate of Completion shall be signed and dated by the licensed professional who prepared the plans and shall include the following information:
(b) Project information to include project name, project applicant name, telephone and mailing address, project address, location, and Assessor's Parcel Number, and property owner name and mailing address.
(c) A statement certifying that the landscaping has been installed in accordance with the approved project specific landscape documentation package.
(d) Evidence that the party who is responsible for the installation of the irrigation systems has conducted a preliminary field inspection prior to backfilling, and that the irrigation systems are in working order (evidence of field inspection shall be attached).
(e) An irrigation audit report indicating that a certified irrigation auditor has performed and completed an irrigation audit on the installed irrigation systems, and has ensured water efficiency, and that the irrigation systems are not in excess of the site-specific Maximum Applied Water Allowance (MAWA) per the water budget.
(f) Documentation that the specified “smart” irrigation controller has been set according to the correct irrigation schedule.
(g) Documentation that all on-site irrigation systems have been adjusted to maximize irrigation efficiency and eliminate irrigation runoff and overspray.
(h) Documentation that a copy of both of the project specific irrigation schedules have been given to the property owner for future maintenance and management obligations.
(i) If mass grading occurred on the site, a soil management report shall be included.
(Ord. 4136, passed - -2011)