The following information is required for Site Design Review application submittal, except where the Staff Advisor determines that some information is not pertinent and therefore is not required.
A. General Submission Requirements. Information required for Type I or Type II review, as applicable (see sections 18.5.1.050 and 18.5.1.060), including but not limited to a written statement or letter explaining how the application satisfies each and all of the relevant criteria and standards.
B. Site Design Review Information. In addition to the general information required for Site Design Review, the applicant shall provide the following information.
1. Basic Plan Information. Plans and drawings shall include the project name, date, north arrow, scale, and names and addresses of all persons listed as owners of the subject property on the most recently recorded deed. The scale of site and landscaping plans shall be at least one inch equals 50 feet or larger, and of building elevations one inch equals ten feet or larger.
2. Site Analysis Map. The site analysis map shall contain the following information.
a. Vicinity map.
b. The property boundaries, dimensions, and area of the site shall be identified.
c. Topographic contour lines at 5-foot intervals or less, except where the Staff Advisor determines that larger intervals will be adequate for steeper slopes.
e. Zone designation of the and adjacent to the proposed development, including lands subject to overlay zones including but not limited to lands subject to Detail Site Review, Downtown Design Standards, Historic District, Pedestrian Place, Physical and Environmental Constraints, and Water Resource Protection Zones overlays (see part 18.3 Special Districts and Overlays).
f. The location and width of all public and private streets, drives, sidewalks, pathways, rights-of-way, and easements on the site and adjoining the site.
g. The location and size of all public and private utilities, on and adjacent to the subject site, including:
i. Water lines;
ii. Sewer lines, manholes and cleanouts;
iii. Storm drainage and catch basins; and
iv. Fire hydrants.
h. Site features, including existing structures, pavement, drainage ways, rock outcroppings, areas having unique views, and streams, wetlands, drainage ways, canals and ditches.
i. The location, size, and species of trees six inches DBH or greater, including trees located on the subject site and trees located off-site that have drip lines extending into the subject site.
3. Proposed Site Plan. The site plan shall contain the following information.
a. The proposed development site, including boundaries, dimensions, and gross area.
b. Features identified on the existing site analysis maps that are proposed to remain on the site.
c. Features identified on the existing site map, if any, which are proposed to be removed or modified by the development.
d. The location and dimensions of all proposed public and private streets, drives, rights-of-way, and easements.
e. The location and dimensions of all existing and proposed structures, utilities, pavement, and other improvements, including:
i. Connection to the City water system and meter locations;
ii. Connection to the City sewer system;
iii. Connection to the City electric utility system and meter locations;
iv. New and/or replaced fire hydrants and vault locations;
v. The proposed method of drainage of the site; and
vi. The opportunity-to-recycle site and solid waste receptacle, including proposed screening.
f. Location of drainage ways and public utility easements in and adjacent to the proposed development.
g. Setback dimensions for all existing and proposed structures.
h. The location and dimensions of entrances and exits to the site for vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle access.
i. The location and dimensions of all parking and vehicle circulation areas (show striping for parking stalls), including accessible parking by building code.
j. Pedestrian and bicycle circulation areas, including sidewalks, internal pathways, pathway connections to adjacent properties, and any bicycle lanes or trails.
k. Outdoor recreation spaces, common areas, plazas, outdoor seating, street furniture, and similar improvements.
l. Location of outdoor lighting.
m. Location of mail boxes, if known.
n. Locations of bus stops and other public or private transportation facilities.
o. Locations, sizes, and types of signs.
4. Architectural drawings. Architectural drawings, as applicable.
a. Exterior elevations of all proposed buildings, drawn to a scale of one inch equals ten feet or greater; such plans shall indicate the material, color, texture, shape, and design features of the building, and include mechanical devices not fully enclosed in the building.
b. Exterior elevations of other proposed structures, including fences, retaining walls, accessory buildings, and similar structures.
c. The elevations and locations of all proposed signs for the development.
d. For non-residential developments proposed on properties located in a Historic District, section drawings including exterior walls, windows, projections, and other features, as applicable, and drawings of architectural details (e.g., column width, cornice and base, relief and projection, etc.) drawn to a scale ¾ of an inch equals one foot or larger.
5. Preliminary Grading and Drainage Plan. A preliminary grading and drainage plan prepared by an engineer shall be submitted with the application for Site Design Review where a development site is ½ of an acre or larger as deemed necessary by the Staff Advisor. The preliminary grading plan shall show the location and extent to which grading will take place, indicating general changes to contour lines, slope ratios, slope stabilization proposals, and location and height of retaining walls, if proposed, and temporary and permanent erosion control measures. Surface water detention and treatment plans may also be required, in accordance with chapter 18.4.6 Public Facilities.
6. Erosion Control Plan. An erosion control plan addressing temporary and permanent erosion control measures, which shall include plantings where cuts or fills (including berms), swales, storm water detention facilities, and similar grading is proposed. Erosion control plans in Hillside Lands shall also conform to section 18.3.10.090 Development Standards for Hillside Lands.
7. Landscape and Irrigation Plans.
a. Landscape and irrigations plans shall include the following information.
i. The location, size, and species of the existing and proposed plant materials, and any other pertinent features of the proposed landscaping and plantings.
ii. A tree protection and removal plan consistent with chapter 18.4.5 for sites with trees that are to be retained, protected, and removed.
iii. At time of building permit submittals, an irrigation plan including a layout of irrigation facilities.
b. When water conserving landscaping is required pursuant to section 18.4.4.030, the landscape plan shall contain the following additional information.
i. Information from proposed site plan.
ii. Landscape contact person, including address and telephone number.
iii. Identification of cut and fill areas.
iv. Location of underground utilities and all transformer and utility meter locations.
v. Slopes exceeding ten percent and grade changes in root zones of plants to be retained on site.
vi. Inventory of existing plant materials on site identifying that will remain and will be removed.
vii. Composite plant list including quantity, size, botanical name, common name, variety, and spacing requirements of all proposed plant material.
viii. Mulch areas labeled according to material and depth.
ix. Shrub and tree planting and staking detail.
x. Root barrier design, installation specifications, and details.
xi. Design and installation specifications of any proposed tree grates.
c. When water conserving landscaping is required pursuant to section 18.4.4.030, the irrigation plan included with the building permit submittals shall contain the following additional information.
i. Information from proposed site plan.
ii. Irrigation contact person, including address and telephone number.
iii. For lots with a landscaped area greater than 5,000 square feet, a grading plan and topographic map showing contour intervals of five feet or less.
iv. Identification of water source and point of connection including static and operating pressure.
v. If Talent Irrigation District (TID) is used, list the size and type of filtration method.
vi. Area of irrigated space in square feet.
vii. Size, type, brand, and location of backflow device, as well as make, model, precipitation rate, and location of sprinkler heads.
viii. Layout of drip system showing type of emitter and its outputs, as well as type of filtration used.
ix. Piping description including size schedule or class, type of mounting used between piping and sprinkler heard, depth of proposed trenching, and provisions for winterization.
x. Size, type, brand, and location of control valves ad sprinkler controllers.
xi. Size, type, depth, and location of materials for under paving sleeves.
xii. Type and location of pressure regulator.
xiii. Type and location of rain sensor.
xiv. Monthly irrigation schedule for the plant establishment period (6 – 12 months) and for the first year thereafter.
xv. Water schedule for each zone from the plan.
8. Narrative. Letter or narrative report documenting compliance with the applicable approval criteria contained in section 18.5.2.050. Specifically, the narrative shall contain the following.
a. For commercial and industrial developments:
i. The square footage contained in the area proposed to be developed.
ii. The percentage of the lot covered by structures.
iii. The percentage of the lot covered by other impervious surfaces.
iv. The total number of parking spaces.
v. The total square footage of all landscaped areas.
b. For residential developments:
i. The total square footage in the development.
ii. The number of dwelling units in the development (include the units by the number of bedrooms in each unit, e.g., ten one-bedroom, 25 two-bedroom, etc).
iii. Percentage of lot coverage by structures; streets, roads, or drives; public use areas, common area/private recreation areas, landscaping, and parking areas.