§ 1635.

PUBLIC FACILITIES

a.

General. Public facilities listed in this Section shall (where provided) meet the design and construction standards in the Plan, Plan Documents and the Subdivision Regulations.

b.

Streets.

1.

Dedicated Public Streets. A subdivision and each lot, parcel, and unit thereon shall have direct access to a public right-of-way. Title to a new or widened public right-of-way shall be conveyed to the City by proper deed either prior to approval of the Final Map or as provided in an Improvement Agreement entered into pursuant to Section 1651.

2.

Private Streets. Easements for government facilities in private streets shall meet the requirements of Section 1639 of this Code.

c.

Frontage Improvements. The frontage of each lot shall be improved to the geometric section specified by the Director in accordance with the Plan, Plan Documents, including any streetscape plan approved by the Agency and the street structural section, curbs, sidewalks, planting areas, driveway approaches and transitions in accordance with the Subdivision Regulations.

d.

Pedestrian Ways. Pedestrian ways shall be required in accordance with the Plan and Plan Documents.

e.

Sanitary and Drainage Facilities. The Subdivider shall provide sanitary and drainage facilities consistent with the Plan and Plan Documents. When connected to City facilities, such facilities will serve adequately all lots, dedicated areas and all other areas comprising the subdivision.

f.

Fire Protection. The Subdivider shall provide for the installation of fire hydrants and other appurtenances and facilities needed for adequate fire protection consistent with the Plan and Plan Documents.

g.

Street Lighting. The Subdivider shall provide street lighting facilities along all streets, alleys and pedestrian ways consistent with the Plan and Plan Documents.

h.

Fencing. An approved fence may be required on parcels or lots within the subdivision adequate to prevent unauthorized access between the subdivided property and adjacent properties.

i.

Transportation Infrastructure. The Subdivider shall provide all Transportation Infrastructure consistent with the Plan and Plan Documents to the Subdivision Area.

j.

Other Improvements. Other improvements may be required including, but not limited to, grading, dry utilities, open space parcel improvements, temporary fencing, signs, street lines and markings, street trees and shrubs, street furniture, landscaping, monuments, bicycle facilities, and smoke detectors, or fees in lieu of any of the foregoing, shall also be required as determined by the Director in accordance with this Code, but only to the extent consistent with the Plan, Plan Documents, and the General Plan.

History

(Added by Ord. 304-04, File No. 041544, App. 12/24/2004; Ord. 209-10, File No. 100661, App. 8/3/2010)

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