(a)   Intent. The intent of pedestrian-oriented development is to fully integrate more than one use in a unified and fully pedestrian-connected planned project, thereby reducing vehicular trips using land efficiently and tending to create more active and lively urban environments. A PO PUD should encourage mixed-use development by removing regulatory obstacles and providing flexibility in its ordinances. In return, projects should authentically integrate more than one use to demonstrate the advantages of mixed-use development.
   (b)   Forms allowed in this district are as follows:
      (1)   Form: streetcar retail employment (RE2).
      (2)   Form: parking-oriented retail employment (RE3).
      (3)   Form: community retail employment (RE4).
      (4)    Form: regional retail employment (RE5).
      (5)   Form: multiple dwelling-small (MD1).
      (6)   Form: multiple dwelling-medium (MD2).
      (7)    Form: multiple dwelling-large (MD3).
      (8)   Form: attached dwelling-suburban four-unit townhome (AD2).
      (9)   Form: attached dwelling-suburban eight-unit townhome (AD3).
      (10)   Form: attached dwelling-traditional eight-unit townhome (AD4).
      (11)   Form: neighborhood facilities (NF1).
      (12)   Form: neighborhood residential facilities (NF2).
      (13)   Form: business and community facilities-small (BCF1).
      (14)   Form: basic utilities (UT1).
      (15)   Form: tower utilities (UT2).
   (c)   See PUD §§ 160.443 (Submittal Process), 160.444 (Elements), 160.451 (PO-PUD Standards) for other required initial development plan requirements.
(Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013; Ord. 22-15, passed 3-3-2015; Ord. 37-19, passed 4-2-2019)