§ 155.276  USES REQUIRING SITE PLAN REVIEW.
   Site plans are required to be submitted under any of the following circumstances:
   (A)   Administrative site plan review.
      (1)   An administrative site plan review consists of a general description and drawing of the proposed development and includes the name and address of the applicant or contractor and the address of the property to be improved.
      (2)   An administrative site plan review is subject to staff review and approval of the Zoning Administrator and is applicable to the following circumstances:
         (a)   The construction of, or additions to, single family and duplex residences.
         (b)   The construction of an addition less than 1,000 square feet in size to any principal structure other than single family or duplex residence.
         (c)   The construction of non-residential accessory structures less than 1,000 square feet in size.
         (d)   Parking lots consisting of ten or fewer spaces or the addition of ten or fewer spaces to an existing lot.
         (e)   Residential accessory buildings and structures to include decks, gazebos, at-grade patios, handicap access ramps, driveways, off-street parking facilities, private sidewalks, and swimming pools.
         (f)   Fences.
         (g)   Signs.
         (h)   Home occupations.
         (i)   All changes on use of a site that are not listed elsewhere in this division, division (B) or division (C).
   (B)   Committee site plan review.
      (1)   A committee site plan review shall be submitted in accordance with the requirements of § 155.279.  Six copies of the plan shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator, who shall forward the plan to the Committee within seven days of application.  Each application shall be accompanied by the payment of a fee based on the fee schedule adopted by the City Commission.
      (2)   The Committee shall be composed of any three Planning Commission members, one of which will be a concurrent member of the City Commission.
      (3)   A Committee Site Plan Review is applicable to the following circumstances:
         (a)   The construction of an addition of 1,000 square feet or greater, but less than 5,000 square feet in size, to any principal structure other than single family or duplex residence, provided the proposed construction is not adjacent to a residentially zoned district.
         (b)   The construction of a non-residential accessory structure greater than 1,000 square feet, but less than 5,000 square feet in size, provided the proposed construction is not adjacent to a residentially zoned district.
         (c)   The addition of more than ten spaces to an existing parking lot, provided the lot is not adjacent to a residential zoned district.
   (C)   Planning Commission Site Plan Review.
      (1)   A Planning Commission Site Plan Review shall be submitted in accordance with the procedures of § 155.278 and subject to the requirements of § 155.279.
      (2)   Planning Commission Site Plan Review is applicable to the following circumstances:
         (a)   As part of an application for a special use permit.
         (b)   The construction of any new principal residence other than single family or duplex residence.
         (c)   The construction of an addition 5,000 square feet or greater in size to any principal structure other than single family or duplex residence.
         (d)   The construction of an addition 1,000 square feet or greater in size to any principal structure, other than single family or duplex residence, that is adjacent to a residentially zoned district.
         (e)   The construction of a non-residential accessory structure 5,000 square feet or greater in size.
         (f)   The construction of a non-residential accessory structure 1,000 square feet or greater in size that is adjacent to a residentially zoned district.
         (g)   The construction of a new parking lot consisting of more than ten spaces.
         (h)   As part of an application for a condominium development.
(Ord. 616, passed 9-23-2013; Am. Ord. 643, passed 4-23-2018; Am. Ord. 657, passed 12-14-2020)