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PUD Rezoning Application

  1. For questions, contact the Planning Division by phone at (407) 262-7751.
  2. Type of PUD Request
  3. Development Information Required
  4. *If multiple parcels, please list below application
  5. 3. Does the property need to be annexed?
  6. Required Documents Submitted with Application (Provide an electronic version of all documents)
  7. 1) A legal description of the land comprising the PUD and identification of any lands or outparcels to be exempt from the PUD Agreement.
  8. 2) Proof of ownership. Legal instruments fulfilling requirements established in Section 4-20.3.B.2.b and are acceptable to the City Attorney which clearly indicate persons having a legal and/or equitable ownership interest in the subject property.
  9. 3) Concept plan. The concept plan shall include the following information in accordance with Section 4-20.3.C:
  10. a) The total project acreage, approximate location of each land use and proposed intensity, acreage by each proposed land use, dwelling unit types, general types of nonresidential uses, open spaces, recreational facilities, and other proposed uses. The quantitative land use data and total acreage shall be illustrated in a table. The percentage land area allocated to all land use categories shall equal 100 percent.
  11. b) Location and densities of proposed residential activities. General location and proposed densities for each dwelling unit type and approximate number of dwelling units by type.
  12. c) Location and square footage of proposed nonresidential activities. Approximate location and square footage of each nonresidential land use by general type, e.g. offices, general commercial, service commercial, industrial, public service, or other land use together with a description of general characteristics of proposed building and/or facility improvements.
  13. d) Traffic and pedestrian circulation. All traffic and pedestrian circulation facilities shall be delineated on a conceptual plan showing approximate locations and types of all points of access and egress, use of cross-easements, impacted streets, parking areas, transit stops, transit shelters, pedestrian facilities, parking and general landscaped areas.
  14. e) Drainage, grading, and environmental impact plan. A conceptual plan showing drainage, preliminary grading, including the elevation requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program, and the location of all environmentally sensitive lands or water bodies.
  15. f) All existing and proposed utilities and the manner in which existing utilities will be extended to the site and/or expanded for the use of the development. "All utilities" shall include water, sanitary sewers, natural gas, electric power, telephone, cable or community antenna television systems and effluent/refuse disposal systems.
  16. g) Landscape plan. The landscape plan must show the generalized location of existing and proposed vegetation and trees. As applicable, the plan must also show the location, type, size, and height of fencing, earth berms, retaining walls or screen planting necessary to buffer abutting properties.
  17. 4) Survey of the property. A registered Florida surveyor's certified property boundary survey depicting existing conditions of the property and prepared no more than 12 months prior to the application submittal.
  18. 5) Development schedule. A proposed development schedule indicating the approximate starting and completion dates for the entire project and any phases thereof, together with appropriate identification and conceptual description of such phases.
  19. 6) Concurrency management. A preliminary assessment of the proposed development's impact on available concurrency facilities capacity shall be submitted. Article IX addresses concurrency management. The preliminary assessment is intended to identify whether any major potential problems exist which constitute grounds for project denial or reassessment. The assessment should review the project's proposed demands on public facilities and services, existing or programmed, including transportation, water and wastewater services, solid waste disposal, drainage, recreation, education, emergency services, and similar necessary facilities and services.
  20. 7) Documentation from Seminole County Public Schools will be required if the applicant is proposing residential development.
  21. 8) Environmental impact statement. A statement explaining the positive and negative environmental impacts of the proposed development on: (a) environmentally fragile lands including water bodies, wetlands, 100-year floodplain and floodways, wellfields, prime aquifer recharge areas, areas of known endangered or threatened species of flora or fauna, or any other known significant environmental features of the site; (b) natural vegetation, including general tree removal estimates; (c) impact of proposed grading plan and drainage system improvements; and (d) other significant natural features of site.
  22. 9) Mailing labels for all property owners within 500 ft. of the subject property. (Required for public hearing process)
  23. 10) A list of all federal, state, regional, county, or City permit requirements.
  24. Application, Notification, Recording & Review Fees
  25. Authorization
  26. Notarized letter of authorization is required if owner is not the applicant.
  27. This application is to apply to the CITY OF CASSELBERRY, FLORIDA, for development review as outlined. The applicant and all pertinent parties should understand that staff does not make final determinations for a project and that it is not reasonable for any expenditures to be made in reliance upon any statements made by staff. The applicant and all pertinent parties should understand that official action is made by final vote of the public board (Planning and Zoning Commission, or City Commission depending on type of project) and that the City Commission may take a different position at the second public hearing. Accordingly, the applicant and all pertinent parties should understand that until there is a final vote of the public board, it is not reasonable for any expenditures to be made in reliance upon any vote of the public board which does not constitute the final vote. The signature of the applicant below acknowledges that the applicant has read and understands this statement:
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