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A grading plan shall be required before a grading permit can be issued. The grading plan shall be a part of the site analysis in all cases that require a site analysis. In instances not requiring a site analysis the Planning Commission shall review the grading plan and approve such if it conforms to the standards contained in this chapter. The grading plan shall be drawn to scale and shall include:
A. Property boundaries.
B. Accurate pre-development contours in no greater than 2-foot contour intervals (5-foot contours if the site is larger than 5 acres) shown as dashed lines.
C. Post development contours shown as solid lines.
D. Grading limits in conformance with section 10-15B-5.
E. Any areas of 30% or greater grade.
F. Location, height, and slope of all cut and fill slopes.
G. Engineered plans for slope stabilization if the project contains any cut or fill slopes steeper than 2:1 and greater than four (4) feet in height.
H. Finished pad elevation of all proposed structures.
I. Rock ledges, boulders, and native vegetation within the grading limits that will be preserved pursuant to section 10-15B-4(A).
J. Areas requiring revegetation as well as quantities, locations, sizes and types of plants used to satisfy the revegetation requirements of section 10-1 SB-8.
K. Details regarding irrigation of vegetation used to fill the revegetation requirements of 10-1 SB-8.
L. A note indicating all areas outside of the grading limits will be fenced or taped off during construction to prevent accidental or incidental disturbance of these areas.
M. Color renderings, to scale, of any cut or fill slope over four (4) feet in height that will be visible from the valley floor or the SR-9 highway corridor.
A non-refundable application fee of $75 is required before the application can be found complete.
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