(A)   Application for concept plan approval. In order to allow the Planning Commission and the developer to reach an understanding on basic design, land usage and other elements of the proposed project, the developer shall submit an application for a planned unit development overlay on a form proscribed by the city and the application fee, along with 12 copies of the following contents no less than 30 days prior to the next regularly scheduled Planning Commission meeting.
      (1)   An area map showing adjacent property owners and existing uses within 200 feet of the project boundaries.
      (2)   A legal description of the metes and bounds of the parcel.
      (3)   A sketch plan approximately to scale, though it need not be to the precision of a finished engineering drawing, and it shall clearly show the following:
         (a)   The existing topographical features of the site;
         (b)   The location of the various metes and bounds of the parcel;
         (c)   The general outlines of the interior roadway system, the proposed access points for the project and all existing rights-of-way and easements, whether public or private;
         (d)   Delineation of the various residential, commercial or industrial areas indicating for each such area its general extended size and composition in terms of total number of non-residential structures and residential dwelling units and approximate percentage allocation by dwelling type;
         (e)   A calculation of the residential density in dwelling units per gross area including interior roadways;
         (f)   The interior open space system including an on-site pedestrian connectivity and network plan;
         (g)   Where the portions of the site are subject to flooding, the map shall indicate extent and frequency by delineating the limits of any flood plain areas or flood way areas as determined by the most current FEMA Flood Insurance Maps;
         (h)   Where areas lie in aircraft approach and holding patterns, such areas shall be indicated;
         (i)   Principal ties to the community at large with respect to transportation, pedestrian connectivity, water supply and sewage disposal;
         (j)   General description of the availability of other community facilities, such as schools, fire and police protection services, and cultural facilities, if any, and how these facilities are affected by this proposal;
         (k)   Evidence of how the developer's proposed land uses and overall project proposal meet existing and projected community requirements set forth in the Silverton Comprehensive Plan and any other applicable city planning document;
         (l)   General statement as to how common open space is to be utilized, owned and maintained;
         (m)   If the development is to be staged, a general indication of how the staging is to proceed.  Whether or not the development is to be staged, the sketch plan shall show the intended total project; and
         (n)   The application shall indicate the project design team members including but not limited to the project civil engineer, landscape architect, urban planning consultant and surveyor.
   (B)   Planning Commission review. The Planning Commission shall review the concept plan and its related documents, and shall approve or deny the Stage I Concept Plan for completeness of the minimum plan contents set forth in this section. No public hearing is required for a Stage I Concept Plan review.
   (C)   Preparation of the Stage II Preliminary Development Plan.  Upon approval by the Planning Commission that the Stage I Concept Plan requirements have been fulfilled, the applicant may proceed with preparing the Stage II Preliminary Development Plan. In the event the Planning Commission denies a Stage I Concept Plan, the applicant may resubmit a new plan correcting the deficiencies outlined by the Planning Commission.
(Ord. 2732, passed 5-19-94; Am. Ord. 09-3306, passed 10-15-09)