(a)   The property for which the conditional use is being requested must be described through the use of a conditional use plan. The entire property which is described legally on the application must be shown within the conditional use plan.
   (b)   (1)   In addition to the following information, plans shall be drawn to scale upon substantial paper or provided electronically and shall be of sufficient clarity to indicate the location, nature and extent of the work proposed and all work must conform to the provisions of this chapter and all relevant laws, ordinances, rules and regulations. Conditional use plans require a complete plan check, by zoning and building services, prior to obtaining a building permit.
         A.   The name of the project and/or business.
         B.   The scale and north arrow.
         C.   All existing and proposed buildings or additions and uses.
         D.   Dimensions and total square footage of all buildings: Include height and number of stories.
         E.   Distance from all building lines to the property lines at the closest points.
         F.   Dimensions of all property lines including platted property lines.
         G.   Name and location of all adjacent streets, alleys, waterways and other public facilities.
         H.   Location and dimensions of the parking lots; designate each space, stall, and aisle. Include access to public right-of-way in accordance with § 157.113 [Streets system] of this Code.
      (2)   Supplemental information: The planning commission or the city council may approve additional conditions to be shown on a conditional use plan addendum to detail the following:
         A.   Proposed parking lot and dumpster screening; show height, location and type of materials to be used.
         B.   The proposed landscaped setback areas and trees and vegetation; indicate species of trees and vegetation materials to be used for landscaping including a plant materials schedule. Indicate landscape site areas to be irrigated with underground systems in accordance with § 160.485.
         C.   Proposed on-premises signage types, number, locations and design in accordance with §§ 160.570 et seq.
         D.   Proposed project lighting type, location and design in accordance with § 160.491.
         E.   Project phasing.
         F.   Architectural building plan elevations depicting height, roof pitch, and exterior building materials.
         G.   Hours of operation.
         H.   Sound levels at stationary sources (Chapter 93: Nuisances, §§ 93.001 through 93.011 of this Code).
         I.   Any other information as deemed necessary by the planning commission or the city council.
      (3)   Exception: The director may waive the submission of plans if they find that the nature of the work applied for is such that reviewing of plans is not necessary to obtain compliance with this chapter, such as interior improvements and tenant finishes or single- family/attached dwellings.
(1992 Code, App. B, § 15.59.040)  (Ord. 42-83, passed 6-27-1983; Ord. 56-05, passed 6-6-2005; Ord. 124-06, passed 10-2-2006; Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013)