Title 17G Administration and Procedures
Chapter 17G.080 Subdivisions
A predevelopment meeting is required if the proposal is located in the central business district, unless waived by the director, and is recommended for all other proposals prior to submittal of the application. The purpose of a predevelopment meeting is to acquaint the applicant with the applicable provisions of this chapter, minimum submission requirements and other plans or regulations, which may impact the proposal.
The preliminary binding site plan shall be prepared by a land surveyor and shall be the same in form and content as a short plat as provided in SMC 17G.080.040(B)(2) with the following additions:
All public notice of the application shall be given in accordance with the procedures set forth in chapter 17G.060 SMC for a Type II application.
The application shall be reviewed in accordance with the procedures set forth in chapter 17G.060 SMC for a Type II application.
Prior to approval of the application, the director shall find the application to be in the public use and interest, conform to applicable land use controls and the comprehensive plan of the City, and the decision criteria set forth in SMC 17G.060.170(C) and (D)(4). The director has the authority to approve or disapprove a proposed preliminary binding site plan under the provisions of this chapter, subject to appeal as provided in chapter 17G.060 SMC.
The final binding site plan procedures shall be the same in form and as the short plat review procedure as provided in SMC 17G.080.040(G).
The subdivider shall submit to the director a final binding site plan in the same form and with the same content as the preliminary binding site plan, with the following exceptions or additional requirements:
Once the final binding site plan has been reviewed, approved and signed by the applicable departments, the applicant shall file the final binding site plan with the county auditor within ten days of final approval. No permits shall be issued for a proposed lot until the required conformed copies of the binding site plan have been submitted to the planning services department.
A survey may be filed following the recording of a final binding site plan to create additional lots within the boundaries of the final binding site plan, consistent with the preliminary binding site plan approval, conditions and expiration provisions (SMC 17G.080.020(C)). The survey shall be reviewed and approved by the director pursuant to subsections (F) and (G) of this section. In addition, the survey shall conform to the following:
Date Passed: Monday, July 23, 2012
Effective Date: Thursday, August 30, 2012
ORD C34889 Section 6