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A description of the existing or proposed occupancy or utilization of land that include the and .
Any materials used for the purpose of landscape improvement that may include, but are not limited to, the following: trees, shrubs, cacti, vegetative ground covers, , vines, walkways, berms, stone or inert ground cover materials, sculptures, fountains, irrigation equipment, furniture, outdoor lighting, fences, or walls.
A graphic representation of the indicating the location of all existing and proposed landscape to be present on the at the completion of the construction of the .
An exterior improvement of a in accordance with an approved and approved landscape methods, materials, and maintenance.
split has the same meaning as “land split” as defined in A.R.S. §9-463(3), that is, the division of improved or unimproved land for the purpose of sale or lease, which is not defined as a , whose area is two and one-half or less in size, into two or if previously platted, or, three or of land or less if not previously platted.
Ldn (Day-Night Average Sound Level)]
Ldn values are expressed in decibels and represent the average noise level over a 24-hour period for an average day of the year. For Tucson International , the Ldn values are calculated based on an FAA integrated noise model, which averages noise over a 365-day year. For Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ldn values are calculated based on the Department of Defense Noise Map model that averages noise over the total flying of the year.
An space or berth for temporary parking of a vehicle while loading or unloading merchandise, cargo, or materials.
A that primarily serves as access to a residence or other property.
A graphic symbol or insignia that serves to identify a business, building or complex.
Long-Term Parking Facility
A temporary storage facility that provides a secure place for employees, students, residents, commuters, and others to park their bicycles for several hours or more.
A of land bounded on all sides by , of sufficient size to meet minimum zoning standards, with legal access to a public .
The area of a covered by , storage areas, and . For specific application standards, refer to Section 6.4.3.
The bounding a .
The area contained within a , including all easements on private property.
A school having registered enrollment at 65% or less than the school’s capacity, not including any portable classroom . For the purposes of this definition, magnet schools are considered low enrollment schools.
An area determined to have 51% or more of its residents in the low to moderate income levels as established by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) based on the most recent United States decennial census. A map identifying the low income areas is available in the Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) and Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD). The map is updated administratively by HCDD to reflect poverty and low income data from the most recent United States decennial census.
(Am. Ord. 11508, 12/5/2017)