The information to be submitted as part of the site plan document must include the following:
   (A)   A vicinity area map at a convenient scale, showing proximity to any railroads, streams, streets, and street intersections; the location of the nearest public roads on all sides; and all public facilities or amenities such as schools, firehouses, houses of worship, recreational areas, and the like;
   (B)   A map of the applicant’s entire subject property and all surrounding properties at a designated scale; and which shall display:
      (1)   The names of all owners of record of adjacent property;
      (2)   Existing fire, school, and other special district boundaries within 500 feet of the tract, if any;
      (3)   Boundaries of property and existing lot lines as shown on the existing plat or tax map;
      (4)   Existing public streets, easements, or other reservations of lands;
      (5)   Location of all existing structures on the site, as well as those of adjacent properties within 100 feet of subject lot line;
      (6)   The proposed location and use of any building or structure;
      (7)   The proposed location of any use not requiring a structure, including walkway, benches, fences, and recreational facilities;
      (8)   Location and design of all driveways, parking, and loading areas, if any;
      (9)   Location of all existing and proposed water lines, valves, and hydrants, and all sewer lines, if any;
      (10)   Proposed fencing, screening, and landscaping; and
      (11)   Location of existing watercourses, wooded areas, and rock outcrops, if any.
   (C)   A copy of any covenants or deed restrictions that are intended to cover all or any part of the tract;
   (D)   Where the applicant wishes to develop the project in stages, a site plan indicating total development shall be presented for approval of the entire parcel; and
   (E)   The Zoning Administrator (for certificates of zoning compliance) and the Planning Commission (for special use permits) may require additional data where it is warranted due to special conditions of the site or complexity of the proposed development.
(1993 Code, § 154.066)  (Ord. 84-1, passed 1-3-1984)