For any construction that involves an excavation to a depth of 3 feet or is in excess of 100 square feet, a site development plan is required to be filed and approved before a building permit will be issued.
A site development plan is to be drawn to scale and identify and include:
- The location of the six (6) foot chain link fence around the perimeter of site, disturbed areas, excavation, and stockpiles;
- The location of all silt fencing to be installed around the perimeter of site, disturbed areas, excavation, and stockpiles;
- Tree protection measures for all parkway trees, and any applicable measures for trees located on private property;
- The location of the demolition or construction sign;
- Source and location of construction electricity and water, including water meter, as well as the location of any generator and/or compressor equipment;
- The location of portable toilets, if required;
- The location of school walking route, if applicable;
- Routes of access for ingress and egress to the construction site, which will provide protection to pedestrians and minimize disruption of traffic and damage to the public right-of-ways. If the right-of-way is to be obstructed, then an alternate pedestrian traffic plan must also be identified; and
- The proposed location for storage of materials and spoils on the subject property, including the location of the dumpster(s).
Please create the Site Development Plan over an 11” x 17” copy of the site plan for the project. All bulleted items listed above must be shown on the Site Development Plan.
1. Site Development Plan
2. Site Development Plan Acknowledgement (completed and signed)
3. Site Maintenance Contractor Acknowledgement (completed and signed)