Chapter 18.92 Manufactured Home Parks
Section 18.92.065 Required Procedures for Approval.
The following steps or procedure must be followed in order to obtain approval
Manufactured Home Park.
A. Preliminary Plan Submission. Developer prepares
preliminary plan and
environmental impact statement (see Section 17.20.020) and submits ten (10) copies,
makes application and pays fees to the Planning Commission at least 45 calendar days
before the next regular meeting;
B. Preliminary Plan Approval. Planning Commission
reviews preliminary plan as
per items discussed at concept approval and for compliance with the ordinance.
Planning Commission then approves, disapproves, or approves plan with modifications.
If approval is given at this time, the developer shall be given a list which has been
revised from the one given at concept stage. This list shall pertain to items the Planning
Commission expects on the final plans. Preliminary approval does not guarantee final
C. Final Plan Submission. Developer prepares and
submits final plat, makes
application, and pays fees at least 45 calendar days prior to the next regular meeting.
Final plan shall consist of items required by the Planning Commission at preliminary
stage and by this ordinance. Ten (10) prints shall be submitted to the planning staff;
D. Planning Commission Final Plat Approval. The
Planning Commission reviews
final plan and approves final plat if it is complete and if all requirements from preliminary
plan approval are met or disapproves it. The final plan shall be in substantial
compliance with the plans approved at preliminary stage. Planning Commission
approval does not guarantee final subdivision approval;
E. City Council Final Plan Approval. If approved
or approved conditionally by the
Planning Commission, the developer submits final plat on Mylar and six (6) paper copies
of final plat to the City Council for approval, along with bond or other assurances
guaranteeing required improvements;
F. Recordation of Final Plat. Developer records
plat in office of County Recorder
within one (1) year. Final plans not recorded within one (1) year from approval by the
City Council shall be null and void. One, one year extension may be granted by the City
Council for special cases; however, if an extension is granted, the bond or other
assurance shall be reevaluated and upgraded if necessary. (Ord. 96-04B, 1996)