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19.08.180 Final PRUD plan approval

            (1)        After the approval of the preliminary PRUD plan and prior to the construction of any building or structure in the PRUD overlay zone, a final PRUD plan shall be submitted and approved by the Planning Commission and City Council.  Said plans may be submitted in phases, provided each phase can exist as a separate project capable of independently meeting all of the requirements of this Chapter and of the underlying zoning district with which the PRUD zone has been combined.  The separate development of said phases shall not be detrimental to the PRUD nor to the adjacent properties in the event that the remainder of the project is not completed.  Said final PRUD plan shall be drawn to scale and shall contain the following information:

                        (a)        All of those requirements designated for submission with preliminary PRUD plans;

                        (b)        A certified survey of the property showing any survey conflicts with adjoining properties, any discrepancies between the survey descriptions and existing fence lines, and overlaps with adjoining property descriptions;

                        (c)        Tabulations of all dwelling units to be constructed by types and number of bedrooms per unit;

                        (d)        Detailed development plan with completed dimensions showing precise locations of all buildings and structures, lot or parcel sizes and locations, designations of common open spaces and special use areas, detailed circulation pattern including proposed ownership and typical cross section of streets;

                        (e)        Final exterior design for all building types, presented as exterior perspectives or exterior elevations;

                        (f)        Detailed landscaping plans showing the types and sizes of all plant materials and their locations, decorative materials, recreation equipment, special effects, and sprinkler irrigation systems;

                        (g)        Dimensioned parking layout showing location of individual parking stalls and all areas of ingress or egress;

                        (h)        Detailed engineering plans showing site grading, street improvements, drainage, and public and private utility locations, and submission of engineering feasibility studies, stamped by a licensed professional engineer, if required by the City Engineer;

                        (i)         Fully executed declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions, together with open space easements and other bonds, guarantees, or agreements as required herein or, as may have been recommended by the Planning Commission and deemed necessary by the City Council to meet the objectives of this Chapter.  The bond will be one hundred ten percent (110%) of all improvements both public and private.  Including, but not limited to, all landscaping, playgrounds, pathways, fencing, and any other recreational amenity;

                        (j)         A time schedule for the completion of landscaping, parking, street improvements, and other improvements and amenities which are guaranteed by bonds or other securities; and

                        (k)        Any additional information required by the Development Guidelines and Design Standards.

            (2)        Any failure to receive final PRUD plan approval from the City Council within two (2) years of the approval of the conceptual PRUD plan shall terminate all proceedings and render the conceptual PRUD plan null and void.

Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 98-77, Amended, 11/19/1998
Ord. No. 00-55, Amended, 1/4/2001
Ord. No. 03-17, Amended, 5/1/2003
Ord. No. 97-19, Enacted, 4/17/1997
Ord. No. 04-69, Recodified, 12/16/2004