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Please select the item that best reflects the amenities used.
Active recreational amenities such as: Playgrounds; Basketball or Tennis Courts; Baseball, Soccer or Rugby Fields; Swimming Pools; Natatoriums; Walking/Running Paths; Clubhouse; School Site(s); etc.
Pedestrian and bicycle pathway systems within and through the project (exclusive of required sidewalks adjacent to public rights-of-way), designed to connect into existing or planned pedestrian/bicycle routes outside the PUD.
Other amenities appropriate to the size and uses intended in the PUD.
Please explain what "other" amenities are.
Briefly explain the nature of the request.
NOTE: The City of Kuna has height limitations for fencing materials and requires a fence permit to be obtained prior to installation.
Paving, Driveways, Walkways, etc.
Landscaped islands, etc.
Please provide information on Site Plans.
It is the City of Kuna's goal to preserve existing trees with greater that a 4" caliper whenever possible.
Bike racks, receptacles, drinking fountains, benches, etc.
8' x 17'
If Yes, please submit a Floodplain Development Permit Application.
The Ada County Highway District (ACHD) may also conduct public meetings regarding this application. If you have questions about the meeting date or the traffic that this development may generate, or the impact of that traffic on streets in the area, please contact ACHD at (208) 387-6100. In order to expedite your request, please have your file number ready.
By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) Your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) By signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) You may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.
NOTE: Pre-Applications are valid for a period of three (3) months.
Detailed Letter of Explanation or justification for the application describing the project and design elements, and how the project complies with the PUD.
An 8.5" x 11" Vicinity Map at 1" = 300' scale (or similar); label the location of the property and adjacent streets; and show all relevant current conditions (no older than one (1) year).
An 8.5" x 11" colored aerial photo depicting proposed site, street names, and surrounding area within five-hundred (500'). The purpose of this photo is to view the site for existing features and adjacent sites.
Copy of Deed AND an original notarized Affidavit of Legal Interest for all parties involved. A link to the Affidavit of Legal Interest form is provided at end of application. NOTE: Original Affidavit of Legal Interest(s) must be mailed with payment after receipt of Completeness Letter.
The Preliminary Plat Development Plan; which shall include drawings and supplementary written narrative materials to include the following:
Portraying the proposed character of the development; and items subject to Design Review.
Identify neighborhood features within one half (1/2) mile of the location.
Description of how PUD relates to surrounding land uses.
What are the nature of the land uses requested?
Provide a narrative identifying and addressing the following: 1) Land use allocation by type. 2) Percentage. 3) Density. 4) Open Space. 5) Roads. 6) Parking. 7) Housing. 8) Commercial. 9) Services provided and public or private ownership; other information that may be pertinent; and/or material.
Drawings shall be at a minimum scale of 1" = 100' displaying the following: 1) The name of the proposed PUD. 2) Date, North point, scale of drawing & identify the person(s) preparing the drawing. 3) A boundary survey legal description of the PUD. 4) Names, addresses & telephone numbers of the controller, architect, landscape architect, designer, engineer, planner or nurseryman (as applicable). 5) Date of survey & name of surveyor. 6) Appropriate identification of the drawing(s) as a Preliminary Plan.
Shall show an inventory of existing site features, including: 1) Ground elevation shown by contour lines at two (2) foot intervals or less - five (5) foot intervals may be accepted for slopes greater than ten (10) percent. 2) General types as documented by a soils engineer or engineering geologist. 3) Hydrology: Analysis of natural drainage patters and water resources including analysis of streams, natural drainage swales, wetlands, floodplain areas or other areas subject to flooding, poorly drained areas, permanent high ground water areas and seasonally high ground water areas as they may be located on site or be affected by on-site activity - A) Proposed & existing storm water facilities. B) Water conveyance facilities. C) Water features such as ponds, wetlands & permanent or intermittent watercourses. D) Areas subject to flooding. 4) Trees, vegetation, ground cover, historic sites, major rock outcroppings & similar type amenities. 5) Sanitary sewer, storm drainage & water supply facilities (If such facilities are not on or abutting the site, indicate the direction & distance to the nearest such facilities). 6) Width, location & purpose of all existing easements of record on/and abutting the site.
A map describing land areas contiguous within three hundred (300) feet and adjacent to the proposed PUD, including zoning; classifications; land uses; densities; circulation systems; public facilities; unique natural features; and approximate locations of nearby structures.
Shall include: 1) North arrow. 2) To scale drawing with a minimum of 1" = 100'. 3) Stamped, signed & dated by a licensed engineer, engineer contact information (with the exception of concept drawings & residential structures that do not require a licensed engineer's review). 4) Name of project. 5) Locations of all existing and proposed dwelling units and/or individual lots. 6) Locations of all existing and proposed dwelling units and/or individual lots. 7) Location of major streets. 8) Proposed yard requirements or locations of single family homes for individual lots. 9) Existing & proposed traffic circulation system serving the PUD including - Off-street parking & maneuvering; points of access to existing public rights-of-way; plan notation or description narrative outlining ownership of streets; parking areas. 10) Existing & proposed pedestrian & bicycle circulation system. 11) Conceptual plans for all services including their location & whether the services will be publicly or privately owned & maintained including location of utility connections (NOTE: Any services intended to be privately owned (i.e. sewer, water, street, etc.) requires the City Engineer's prior review & approval). 12) Proposed location & treatment of any public or private common areas or structures including open spaces, parks or recreation areas & school sites. 13) The general landscape treatment proposed along the site's periphery & in accordance with provisions City of Kuna landscape standards. 14) The approximate amount, location & type of buffering and/or landscaping. 15) Proposed architectural styles. 16) The subdivider may be required o submit proposed restrictive covenants, in outline form.
Environmental assessment, traffic study, grading plan or other studies as may be appropriate for the proposed site as determined by the Commission or Director.
If the applicant is requesting Preliminary Subdivision Plat Approval concurrent with the Preliminary PUD approval, a Preliminary Subdivision Plat shall be submitted along with the PUD conceptual site plan.
A development schedule indicating the approximate date on which construction of all phases of the entire project can be expected to begin. (If the schedule is approved by the Commission, it shall become a part of the final development plan.)
As may be required by City Staff or deciding bodies.
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