§ 154-19.02  General Application Requirements.
   All applications, unless specifically stated in this article, are required to include:
   (A)   Service area map.  The applicant shall provide a map showing their full personal wireless communications network within a mile radius of the city. The map shall provide the location, mounting type and height of each network structure. The map shall also include arterial streets, state and federal highways and the locations of any proposed or potential new locations for any personal wireless communication facilities for the applicant’s network. Subsequent applications will require the submission of any alterations made to the network map initially submitted to the city. The horizontal location of all facilities shall be tied in/referenced to the North American Datum of 1927 (NAD27). The vertical elevation of all facilities shall be tied in/referenced to the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD29);
   (B)   Site plan drawn to 20:1 scale.  The site plan must show the building(s) on the site, on-site parking, surrounding parcels, parcel dimensions, property lines, right-of-way distances to centerline of the adjacent street(s), names of all adjacent streets, distances between the wireless facility and any structures and rights-of-way and easements within 150 feet, north arrow and scale, type and location of all landscaping and the irrigation source;
   (C)   Easements.  Copies of any necessary, recorded easements for accessing the property;
   (D)   Authorization from the property owner of record to use the property.  To be authorized, the applicant must submit a copy of an executed lease or a signed and notarized statement from the property owner;
   (E)   Environmental impact analysis.  All personal wireless communication facilities located within a historic district, wetland area, national heritage area or other environmentally sensitive location must submit an environmental impact analysis that certifies that the facility complies with the National Environmental Policy Act;
   (F)   Conformity to all applicable state and federal regulations.  All personal wireless communications facilities must conform to all applicable state and federal regulations; and
   (G)   Required information.  If the proposed facility transmits in any way, the facility will require the review and written comment of the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) if it is located within the specified distances of MCAS and has the maximum power output delineated in Table No. 9. In accordance with the safe operations of the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS), all transmitter applications that require the review of MCAS must submit the following information:
      (1)   The longitude and latitude of the location of the proposed personal wireless communications tower;
      (2)   The mean sea level (MSL) elevation of the site where the communication tower will be located;
      (3)   The transmission frequencies to be used by the facility; and
      (4)   The power output of the proposed facility.
 
Table No. 9 - Distance and Output (MCAS)
Distance to MCAS
Maximum Power Output
1.5 miles or less
2.5 watts or less
10 miles or less
2.5 watts to 5 watts
20 miles or less
5 watts to 25 watts
More than 20 miles
25 watts or greater
 
(Ord. O2000-35, passed 6-21-2000; Ord. O2002-09, passed 2-20-2002; Ord. O2010-32, passed 7-7-2010; Ord. O2018-014, passed 8-1-2018)