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Unless waived in writing and in advance by the planning official, an applicant shall submit all of the following items with an application for a Type I or Type II site plan review:
1. A completed application form provided by the planning official.
a. An existing conditions plan described in subsection B of this section.
b. A site plan described in subsection C of this section.
c. A preliminary stormwater and erosion control plan or plans described in subsection D of this section.
d. Architectural plans and elevations described in subsection E of this section.
e. A landscape plan described in subsection F of this section.
2. A narrative describing the development including uses proposed for the site, hours of operation, hours and frequency of deliveries, and construction schedule.
3. Payment of all applicable review fees.
4. Certified mailing list (not applicable for Type I applications). Current Clark County assessor map(s) showing the property(ies) within a 500-foot radius of the site, per the requirements in VMC 20.210.050 and 20.210.060, decision-making procedures, and two sets of mailing labels with the names and addresses of owners of all properties within the 500-foot radius. Such list shall be certified as accurate and complete by the Clark County assessor or a title company. For non-owner-occupied properties, provide mailing labels addressed to “occupant” as can be determined from available county assessor records (two copies).
5. The location of natural conditions, such as:
a. Waterbodies, the 100-year floodplain, aquatic habitats, natural drainage courses, wetlands, spring seeps, closed depression areas, groundwater elevations, aquifers, and wellhead protection areas.
b. Geological hazard areas such as slopes in excess of 15 percent unstable or weak soils, soils with high erosion potential, rock outcroppings, and areas of healthy native soils and hydraulic conductivity.
c. Existing vegetation including stands of trees and individual trees with a caliper greater than six inches, additional information necessary to comply with Chapter 20.770 VMC, Tree, Vegetation, and Soil Conservation, and areas of wildlife habitat.
B. Existing conditions plan. An existing conditions plan shall include the following information:
1. A vicinity map showing streets and access points, pedestrian and bicycle pathways, transit stops and utility locations within a given radius of the site.
2. The site size, dimensions and orientation relative to north.
3. The location, name and dimensions of all streets adjoining the site indicating whether privately or publicly owned.
4. The location of existing structures and other improvements on the site, including structures, driveways, parking, loading, pedestrian and bicycle paths, passive or active recreational facilities or open space, and utilities.
5. Elevation of the site at two-foot contour intervals for grades zero percent to 10 percent and at five-foot contour intervals for grades more than 10 percent.
6. The approximate location of significant natural conditions, such as:
a. The 100-year floodplain.
b. The location of drainage patterns and drainage courses.
c. Slopes in excess of 15 percent.
d. Unstable ground, e.g., land subject to slumping, slides or movement.
e. High seasonal water table or impermeable soils.
f. Areas having severe soil erosion potential.
g. Areas having severe weak foundation soils.
h. Significant wildlife habitat or vegetation.
i. Rock outcroppings.
j. Information necessary to comply with Chapter 20.770 VMC, Tree, Vegetation, and Soil Conservation, where applicable.
C. Proposed site development plan. The proposed site plan shall be drawn at the same scale as the existing conditions plan and shall include the following information:
1. The proposed site and its dimensions and area, orientation relative to north.
2. Abutting properties or, if abutting properties extend more than 100 feet from the site, the portion of abutting properties within 100 feet of the site, and the approximate location of structures and uses on abutting property or portion of the abutting property.
3. The location and dimensions of proposed development, including the following:
a. Streets and other rights-of-way and public or private access easements on and adjoining the site;
b. Vehicle, pedestrian and bicycle parking and circulation areas, including handicapped parking stalls and disembarking areas, accessible route of travel, proposed ramp and signage as required by Chapter 51-40 WAC;
c. Loading and service areas;
d. Active or passive recreational or open space features;
e. Above-ground utilities;
f. Existing structures to be retained on the site and their distance from property lines;
g. Proposed structures on the site, including signs, fences, etc., and their distance from property lines;
h. The location and type of proposed outdoor lighting and existing lighting to be retained; and
i. The size and location of solid waste and recyclables storage areas.
4. Summary table which includes parcel zone, total site area, gross floor area by use, (i.e., manufacturing, office, retail, storage), itemized number of full size, compact and handicapped parking stalls and the collective total number, total lot coverage proposed, including residential density calculations.
D. Grading, Erosion Prevention, and Stormwater Plans.
1. Grading Plan indicating areas of soil protection and compaction prevention;
2. Erosion Prevention measures as required in Chapter 14.24 VMC; and
3. Stormwater Site Plan as required in Chapter 14.25 VMC, including identification of areas and types of vegetation preserved as part of low impact development plan.
E. Architectural plans and elevations. The following architectural plans and elevations shall be provided:
1. Floor plans showing at least the gross square footage of each structure and outdoor activity area proposed on the site, including existing structures and outdoor activity areas to be retained.
2. A description of the proposed and potential uses of each structure or portions of a structure and each outdoor activity area.
3. Typical elevation drawing of each structure.
4. Identify locations of walls, exits and openings.
F. Landscape plan. The landscape plan shall be drawn at the same scale as the existing conditions plan, or a larger scale if necessary. A landscape plan shall show the following:
1. The location, species and size, i.e., diameter and/or height, of existing landscape material, identifying the material to be removed and to be retained;
2. The location, species, size at planting and spacing of proposed plant materials;
3. The proposed landscape area of the site (i.e., in terms of square feet and a percentage of the net site area);
4. The location, height and material of fences, buffers, berms, walls and other proposed screening;
5. The location and dimensions or area of terraces, decks, shelters, play areas and open spaces; and
6. Surface water management features that are integrated with landscape, recreation or open space areas including stormwater facility planting plans and areas of vegetation preserved as part of a low impact development plan.
G. Tree, Vegetation, and Soil Plan. As required by Chapter 20.770 VMC, Tree, Vegetation, and Soil Conservation. Tree plan may be combined with the landscape plan.
H. Other. Other information shall be provided as needed to show the development complies with other applicable standards and with conditions of approval of related SEPA determinations and land use actions and permits.
I. Fees payable. Applicable fees as specified in Table 20.180.060, Planning Fees, shall be paid at the time of application for Site Plan Review. (Ord. M-4179 § 71, 10/17/2016; Ord. M-3840 § 12, 08/06/2007; Ord. M-3663 § 10, 08/02/2004; Ord. M-3643, 01/26/2004)