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The following exhibits are required for presentation to and review by city staff and consultants, Planning Commission and City Council.
(A) Supporting material:
(1) A narrative description of the developer’s interest in the property in question;
(2) Abstractor’s certified property certificate prepared no more than 30 days prior to the submission of the application, showing the names and addresses of property owners within 350 feet of the outer boundaries of the property;
(3) Location map showing property in relation to the city as a whole and to the city’s primary elements such as thoroughfares, schools, parks and shopping areas;
(4) A legal description of the property including approximate total acreage;
(5) Boundary survey prepared by a registered surveyor of the property and 100 feet beyond showing existing property lines and dimensions, ownership of all parcels, platting, easements, street rights-of-way, utilities and buildings;
(6) Natural features map or maps of the property and 100 feet beyond showing contour lines at no more than two foot intervals, drainage patterns, wetlands, vegetation, soil and subsoil conditions if relevant; and
(7) Map or maps of the property in question and 100 feet beyond showing existing zoning, land use and occupancy.
(B) Concept plan and related data:
(1) Map or maps and supporting narrative indicating in a schematic manner the proposed development including broad development objectives, land use disposition, vehicular and pedestrian circulation, housing types and densities if applicable, open space disposition and method of maintenance, and drainage and utility plans;
(2) Preliminary architectural plans showing floor plans, elevations and exterior wall finishes, except for detached single-family dwellings;
(3) Preliminary plat, if applicable; and
(4) The Planning Commission shall hold a public hearing and make a recommendation to the City Council. Approval of the concept plan by the City Council with or without modification does not constitute zoning approval but is only permission to file the final plan, and shall not constitute permission to initiate site improvements or building construction. The activities must await final plan and building permit approvals and rezoning.
(C) Final plan:
(1) The applicant shall submit a final plan to the Zoning Administrator. The final plan is the permanent public record of the Planned Development. It conveys essentially the same information as the Concept Plan but in a more refined manner. It may consist of all or a portion of the area encompassed by the Concept Plan, and shall reflect revisions of the Concept Plan as requested by the Planning Commission and/or City Council;
(2) The final plan must adhere to the following terms and conditions and must contain the following:
(a) Plan or plans must be at a scale of one inch equals 100 feet and supporting narrative description must depict in a detailed manner, proposed site development including location of structures, vehicular and pedestrian circulation facilities, parking facilities, housing densities, open space disposition and method of maintenance, grading, building elevations, landscaping treatment including species and size, and lighting systems. Typical dimensions are to be included;
(b) Final utilities plans must indicate size and placement of water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer lines and facilities;
(c) Final architectural plans for all structures;
(d) Final plat, if applicable; and
(e) Final grading and landscape plan.
(3) The Planning Commission shall review and recommend to the City Council which shall take appropriate action. Approval of the final plan shall constitute permission for the city to enter into contractual agreements for the construction of public improvements such as streets and utilities, and subsequently, for the Building Official to issue building permits.
(Ord. passed 10-11-1963)