§ 13.7. PUD preliminary development plan (conceptual plan).  


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  • 1.

    Legal description of site. A legal description of the proposed planned unit development shall be submitted.

    2.

    Site condition map. This map or series of maps shall be drawn to an acceptable scale, but in no instances shall [a] scale smaller than one inch equals 100 feet be accepted, and shall indicate:

    a.

    Title of the proposed planned unit development and name(s) of the applicant(s);

    b.

    Scale, date, north arrow, and general location [which] may show relationship of the site to such external facilities as streets, dwelling units (labeled differently for various types) commercial facilities (if any) recreation and open space areas and the like;

    c.

    Boundaries of the subject property, all existing streets, buildings, watercourses, easements, section lines, and any other important physical features within the proposed project. Additional information on physical features affecting the proposed project may be required;

    d.

    Existing topography at one inch equals 100 feet with five-foot contour lines;

    e.

    The location and size of all existing drainage, water, sewer, electrical and utility provisions;

    f.

    Information about existing vegetative cover and general soil types;

    g.

    The location and function of all other existing public facilities which would serve the site such as schools, parks, fire stations, and the like. Notation of this information on a scaled map is acceptable.

    3.

    Preliminary development plan. This plan shall be prepared at the same scale as the site conditions map(s) and shall include:

    a.

    A plan for pedestrian and vehicular circulation showing the general location and rights-of-way widths and general design capacity of the system, as well as access points to the major thoroughfare system. A diagrammatic flow chart demonstrating the pattern of vehicular traffic movement to, within, and through the proposed planned unit development shall be included as a supplement to this plan;

    b.

    A general plan for the use of all lands within the proposed planned unit development. Among other things, such plan(s) shall indicate the general location, function, and extent of all use areas or units of the plan, including low, medium, and high density, residential use areas (indicating the proposed density for each category); commercial facilities, if any; open space provisions (golf courses, parks, passive or scenic areas, and the like); community-serving recreation or leisure time facilities; and areas for such public or semipublic institutional uses such as schools, churches, libraries, public safety facilities, and the like;

    c.

    A utility plan shall be submitted for the proposed planned unit development. Such plan shall include water supply sources, storm drainage collection and disposal points, electric power, gas, sewage collection points and communications (telephone, cable TV, etc.).

    4.

    Additional information. An additional report shall be prepared in conjunction with the above material and shall include:

    a.

    A general description of the proposed development including:

    1.

    The total acreage involved in the project;

    2.

    The total number of acres devoted to the various use area categories, as well as:

    a.

    Number of acres devoted to each land use;

    b.

    Percentage of the total acreage devoted to each land use and use area category;

    c.

    Itemized list of land uses proposed for each use area category by use area.

    3.

    The number and type (number of bedrooms) of residential uses involved for the overall development and for its use areas;

    4.

    A description of the size of the nonresidential uses, if any, for the proposed development.

    b.

    A statement indicating the minimum design standards which shall govern the proposed development such as internal streets and pedestrian ways, open space provisions, off-street parking and loading demands, general buffers, and landscaped areas.

    c.

    A proposed development plan component approval procedure which shall contain the following information:

    1.

    Delineation of the use areas in map form along with the order in which they shall be submitted for final development plan approval;

    2.

    The approximate dates for filing final development plan applications;

    3.

    The approximate schedule for construction of required or permitted improvements of usable open space within each use area, including any complimentary buildings;

    4.

    The proposed schedule for dedication of improvement of public rights-of-way, easements, and properties;

    5.

    The proposed phasing schedule outlining the development sequences of the various proposed land uses and the approximate dates of starting and finishing of each phase after final development plan approval.

    d.

    A statement and/or map indicating which streets or roads (and pedestrian ways as appropriate) are proposed for public ownership and maintenance and whether approval is sought as part of the preliminary development plan for private roads, if any, within the development.

    e.

    A statement and/or map on drainage which generally shows existing conditions, wet weather areas, areas of frequent flooding, points of discharge from the project, and anticipated quantities of water generated from the proposed development. Where conditions dictate, a statement may be requested on the proposed methods of discharge of runoff within and from the development.