Legislation # 15-0096 Enactment Number 15-0010
Type Ordinance - Coded Effective Date 3/25/2015
Introduction Date 3/25/2015
Title Ordinance to Amend and Reenact Chapter 1 Entitled, “General Provisions,” Chapter 5 Entitled, “Animals,” Chapter 9 Entitled, “Building and Development Regulations,” Chapter 10 Entitled, “Cemeteries,” Chapter 13.1 Entitled, “Land Disturbing Operations,” Chapter 20 Entitled, “Mobile Homes and Mobile Home Parks,” Chapter 21 Entitled, “Motor Vehicles and Traffic,” Chapter 22 Entitled, “Noise,” Chapter 24 Entitled, “Offenses – Miscellaneous,” Chapter 33.2 Entitled, “Stormwater Management,” Chapter 34 Entitled, “Streets and Sidewalks,” Chapter 35 Entitled, “Subdivisions,” Chapter 35.1 Entitled, “Site Plans,” and Chapter 36 Entitled, “Swimming Pools” Pertaining to Citations to Zoning Ordinance Chapters, Articles, and Sections, Which Are Being Amended As Part of the Recodification of the February 1, 1960 Zoning Ordinance, as Amended, With an Effective Date of June 1, 2015
 
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DateNotice Of ActionDescription
4/9/2015 Enactment Number 15-0010
3/25/2015 Approved
3/25/2015 Presented by Jeff Conkle, Deputy Zoning Administrator.
3/17/2015 Received By Clerk's Office
 
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Legislation Text 15-0096

 

City of Hampton, Virginia

Ordinance - Coded

22 Lincoln Street

Hampton, VA 23669

www.hampton.gov

 

File Number: 15-0096

 

Enactment Number: 15-0010

 

Ordinance to Amend and Reenact Chapter 1 Entitled, General Provisions, Chapter 5 Entitled, Animals, Chapter 9 Entitled, Building and Development Regulations, Chapter 10 Entitled, Cemeteries, Chapter 13.1 Entitled, Land Disturbing Operations, Chapter 20 Entitled, Mobile Homes and Mobile Home Parks, Chapter 21 Entitled, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, Chapter 22 Entitled, Noise, Chapter 24 Entitled, Offenses Miscellaneous, Chapter 33.2 Entitled, Stormwater Management, Chapter 34 Entitled, Streets and Sidewalks, Chapter 35 Entitled, Subdivisions, Chapter 35.1 Entitled, Site Plans, and Chapter 36 Entitled, Swimming Pools Pertaining to Citations to Zoning Ordinance Chapters, Articles, and Sections, Which Are Being Amended As Part of the Recodification of the February 1, 1960 Zoning Ordinance, as Amended, With an Effective Date of June 1, 2015

 

 

BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Hampton, Virginia, that Chapters 1, 5, 9, 10, 13.1, 20, 21, 22, 24, 33.2, 34, 35, 35.1, and 36 of the City Code of the City of Hampton, Virginia be amended and reenacted to read as follows:

 

CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

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Sec. 1-6. - Miscellaneous ordinances not affected by Code.

 

Nothing in this Code or the ordinance adopting this Code shall affect:

 

(1) Any ordinance promising or guaranteeing the payment of money by or for the city or authorizing the issuance of any bonds of the city or any evidence of the city's indebtedness or any contract or obligation assumed by the city;

 

(2) Any ordinance granting any franchise or right;

 

(3) Any ordinance appropriating funds, levying or imposing taxes or relating to an annual budget;

 

Cross reference Taxation, Ch. 37.

 

(4) Any ordinance authorizing, providing for or otherwise relating to any public improvement or any special assessment;

 

(5) Any ordinance relative to salaries, compensation or bonds of city officers or employees or members of city boards and commissions;

 

(6) The zoning ordinance of the city or any amendment thereto, including amendments to the zoning map and ordinances zoning or rezoning specific property;

 

(7) Any ordinance adopted for purposes which have been consummated; or

 

(8) Any ordinance which is temporary, although general in effect, or special, although permanent in effect;

 

and all such ordinances are hereby recognized as continuing in full force and effect to the same extent as if set out at length in this Code.

 

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CHAPTER 5 ANIMALS

 

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ARTICLE II. AGRICULTURAL ANIMALS

 

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Sec. 5-24. - Location and maintenance of poultry and animal yards generally.

 

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(e) Nothing contained in this section shall be construed to authorize the keeping of animals of any kind at any place, irrespective of distance from any building, when the keeping of such animals is prohibited by any other ordinance. Conversely, nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit the keeping of animals of any kind at any place, irrespective of distance from any building, when the keeping of such animals is permitted by any other ordinance.

 

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CHAPTER 9 BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

 

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ARTICLE VI. BARBED WIRE

 

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Sec. 9-209. - Article does not permit fences not otherwise permitted by zoning ordinance.

 

Nothing in this article shall be taken or construed as permitting the erection or maintenance of any fence in the city not otherwise permitted by the zoning ordinance of the city.

 

Cross reference Electric fences prohibited, 24-40.

 

Sec. 9-210. - Use generally.

 

No barbed wire shall be used for the purpose of wholly or partially enclosing any lot or premises within the city, except that barbed wire may be used on top of any wall or fence wholly or partially enclosing any lot or premises in any commercial or manufacturing district or the Special Public Interest Hampton Roads Center West (SPI-HRCW) district, as defined by the zoning ordinance of the city, and barbed wire may be used on top of any wall or fence wholly or partially enclosing any public school, park or recreational or playground site in any residential, commercial or manufacturing district as defined by the zoning ordinance of the city.

 

Cross reference Barbed wire fences not to be used in mobile home parks, 20-89

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CHAPTER 10 CEMETARIES

 

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

 

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Sec. 10-2.

 

In addition to the requirements of the state law and the zoning ordinance of the city, any cemetery established or enlarged wholly or partly within the city and the owner(s) and operator(s) thereof, shall conform to the requirements of this chapter.

 

State law reference Authority of city to regulate and inspect cemeteries, Code of Virginia, 15.2-1111.

 

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CHAPTER 13.1 LAND DISTURBING OPERATIONS

 

ARTICLE I. LAND DISTURBING ACTIVITY AND EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL GENERALLY

 

Sec. 13.1-1. Definitions.

 

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Chesapeake Bay Preservation District. Any land designated by the Hampton City Council pursuant to Part III of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area Designation and Management Regulations, 9VAC25-830-70, et seq., and Virginia Code, 62.1-44.15:72 of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act, and pursuant to Chapter 9, Article 2 of the City Zoning Ordinance. A Chesapeake Bay Preservation District shall consist of a resource protection area or intensely developed area, and resource management area.

 

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ARTICLE II. PERMIT AND INSPECTION PROCESS

 

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Sec. 13.1-11. Preparation of plan; preliminary plan.

 

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(3) The land disturbing plan also shall include:

 

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b. The Chesapeake Bay Preservation District boundary in accordance with the City Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 9, Article 2, Section 9-13;

 

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e. All required and proposed erosion and sediment control practices in accordance with section 13.1-7 herein and any erosion and sediment control practices required pursuant to Chapter 9, Article 2 of the City Zoning Ordinance and chapter 33.2 of the City Stormwater Management Ordinance;

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(5) A Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act Land-Disturbing Activity shall be subject to an erosion and sediment control plan consistent with the requirements of this chapter, Chapter 9, Article 2 of the City Zoning Ordinance, and chapter 33.2 of the City Stormwater Management Ordinance. Additionally, on properties zoned O-CBP, areas shown on the site plan as undisturbed, or as a buffer proffered as part of a conditional rezoning or required for a use permit, or as part of a resource protection area, shall be protected from disturbance by the following methods:

 

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CHAPTER 20 MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

 

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ARTICLE II. MOBILE HOME PARKS

 

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Sec. 20-43. - Display of permits, license and certificate of occupancy.

 

The use permit required by the zoning ordinance,* the license required by chapter 18.1 of this Code and the permit and certificate of occupancy required by this chapter shall be conspicuously displayed, under a transparent covering, in the office on the premises of a mobile home park.

 

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Sec. 20-82. - Improvement site plans.

 

After a use permit has been granted by the city council for a mobile home park, as required by the zoning ordinance*, the person in whose name it is granted shall, in duplicate, submit improvement site plans to the building official, which plans shall show the following:

(1) The name and address of the person to whom the use permit was granted.

(2) The location and street number of the park site.

(3) The layout of driveways, walkways, mobile home spaces; water, sewer and electric service locations and connection locations; driveway light locations; location of sanitation facilities and laundry facilities, if furnished; the surface drainage plan; sewage disposal plan; and such other information as may be requested by the building official.

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Sec. 20-85. - Gross ground area; minimum number of spaces.

 

Mobile home parks subject to this division shall have a gross ground area equal to the area required for the number of mobile home spaces to be provided, the necessary area for setbacks required by the zoning ordinance,* park roadways, park service buildings and other park purposes. The minimum number of mobile home spaces to be provided for in such parks shall be ten (10).

 

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Sec. 20-87. - Clearances and setbacks for mobile homes.

 

Mobile homes shall be so harbored on each mobile home space that there shall be at least a twenty (20) foot clearance between homes. In any multiple residential district (R-M), as defined in the zoning ordinance, mobile homes shall be harbored at least thirty (30) feet from the front property line and not less than ten (10) feet from a side property line or any building within the park and not less than twenty (20) feet from the rear property line. If the park is located in a commercial district C-1, C-2 or C-3, as defined in the zoning ordinance, mobile homes shall be harbored not less than twenty (20) feet from the front property line and not less than ten (10) feet from a side or rear property line or any building within the mobile home park.

 

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Sec. 20-90. - Referral to zoning ordinance.

 

All manufactured/mobile home parks and subdivisions established in the city after October 24, 1990 and all additions and changes to existing manufactured/mobile home parks after October 24, 1990 shall meet the criteria prescribed in the zoning ordinance, as well as any additional conditions of the approved use permit.

 

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CHAPTER 21 MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC

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ARTICLE V. STOPPING, STANDING, AND PARKING

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Sec. 21-136. - Time limit for parking of trucks, trailers, etc.

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(b) In the instance where the place of business is legally located within a residential district, only one (1) commercial vehicle directly related to that business may be parked at such place of business, provided it complies with all the parking regulations of the zoning ordinance.

 

 

CHAPTER 22 NOISE

 

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

 

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Sec. 22-3.1. - Amplified music or outdoor bands in the downtown area.

 

It shall be unlawful in the downtown areas zoned DT-1, DT-2, or DT-3 for any person, including the owner or manager on duty of any establishment or promoter of any event, to produce or allow to be produced a sound or noise from amplified music or an outdoor band which exceeds a noise level measurement of sixty (60) dBA upon the real property of another. Such noise is hereby prohibited and declared to be loud, disturbing and unlawful noise in violation of this section. This section shall be enforced by the police department and/or the codes compliance department. Sound level measurements shall be admissible evidence of any alleged unlawful noise if made with a sound level meter using the "A" weighing scale in accordance with the American National Standard Institute.

 

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CHAPTER 24 MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES

 

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

 

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Sec. 24-37. - Accumulations of trash, garbage, refuse, litter and other like substances and cutting of grass and weeds near residential or commercial structures.

 

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In the event the owner, occupant or other person responsible for any land shall fail or refuse to , maintain said grass, weeds and other foreign growth, the city manager or his designee shall give written notice to the owner of such land to cut or remove said growth as required by this subsection within seven (7) days from the date of such notice and to so maintain it. One such written notice per growing season (March 1 through November 30) shall satisfy the notice requirement above to authorize the city to remove or contract for the removal of any excessive growth of grass, weeds and other foreign growth for the entire growing season. A violation of this subsection shall be punishable by a fine of at least one hundred dollars ($100.00) but not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per violation.

 

The requirements of this subsection shall have no application in the following areas of the city:

(1) Areas required to be vegetated by the Chesapeake Bay Preservation District of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Hampton.

 

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Sec. 24-40. - Electric fences.

(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to erect, install or maintain any electric fence, regardless of power source, within the city except as provided in this section.

(1) Electric fences may be installed, operated or maintained only in the LFA-1 and LFA-2 Zoning Districts.

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CHAPTER 33.2 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT

 

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

 

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Sec. 33.2-4. - Definitions.

In addition to the definitions set forth in 9VAC25-870-10 of the Virginia Stormwater Management Program ("VSMP") regulations, as amended, which expressly are adopted and incorporated herein by reference, the following words and terms used in this chapter have the following meanings unless otherwise specified herein. Where definitions differ, those incorporated herein shall have precedence. Unless specifically defined below, words and phrases shall be interpreted so as to give them the meaning they have in common usage and to give this chapter its most effective application. For purposes of this chapter, except as otherwise defined herein, the definitions set forth in Chapter 2 (Zoning Definitions) and Chapter 9, Article 2 Chesapeake Bay Preservation District) of the City Zoning Ordinance and chapter 35 (Subdivisions) and chapter 35.1 (Site Plans) of the City Code shall control the meaning of any terms or phrases used herein.

 

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Resource management area or RMA. That component of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation District that is not classified as resource protection areas. The RMA is comprised of land that is contiguous to the variable width RPA buffer for a distance of 100 feet in the landward direction.

 

Resource protection area or RPA. That component of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation District comprised of lands adjacent to water bodies with perennial flow that have an intrinsic water quality value due to the ecological and biological processes they perform or that are sensitive to impacts which may result in significant degradation to the quality of state waters. Resource protection areas include: (i) tidal wetlands; (ii) nontidal wetlands connected by surface flow and contiguous to tidal wetlands or water bodies with perennial flow; (iii) tidal shores; and (iv) a variable width buffer area not less than 100 feet in width. The variable width buffer area shall be located adjacent to and landward of the components listed in (i) through (iii) herein, and along both sides of any water body with perennial flow. The variable width buffer also shall include lands designated as part of the Coastal Barrier Resources System not otherwise listed as a resource protection area feature where present. The buffer area shall be designated as the landward component of the RPA notwithstanding the presence of permitted uses, encroachments, and permitted vegetation clearing in compliance with Chapter 9, Article 2 of the Hampton City Zoning Ordinance.

 

Review committee. That group of persons, as defined in the City Zoning Ordinance who convene to hear requests for relief from the Chesapeake Bay Preservation District regulations and to arbitrate Chesapeake Bay Preservation District boundary disputes.

 

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ARTICLE II. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

 

Sec. 33.2-8. - Exemptions.

 

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(b) All exempted activities must meet the RPA buffer requirements of Chapter 9, Article 2 of the City Zoning Ordinance, if applicable, and all erosion and sediment control provisions of chapter 13.1.

 

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Sec. 33.2-17. - Structure encroachment permit.

 

(a) No building permit, zoning certificate, or land-disturbing permit shall be issued for a structure or an impervious improvement within the resource protection area (RPA) buffer or intensely developed area (IDA) until a structure encroachment permit has been issued. All funds collected pursuant to this section shall be placed into a special revenue account to be used solely as approved by the city manager for the creation, enhancement, or restoration of wetlands and/or vegetative buffers on public property within the Chesapeake Bay Preservation District. Failure to obtain a permit shall constitute a class 3 misdemeanor.

 

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(d) No permit shall be required for piers, pervious surfaces, or uses exempt pursuant to Section 9-16 of the City's Zoning Ordinance.

 

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CHAPTER 34 STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

 

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

 

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Sec. 34-7. - Sales conducted on or adjacent to public right-of-way.

 

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(f) Nothing in this section shall exempt any person conducting a sale or exchange of the type described herein from the requirements of the zoning ordinance or any other applicable provision of law.

 

Cross reference Mobile food service facilities generally, 15-136 et seq.; vehicles used for sale of ice cream, 15-166 et seq;

 

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CHAPTER 35 SUBDIVISIONS

 

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

 

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Sec. 35-2. - Application and scope of chapter; definitions.

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(C) For purposes of this chapter, except as may otherwise be defined herein, the definitions set forth in chapter 2 of the City Zoning Ordinance shall control the meaning of any terms or phrases used herein.

 

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Sec. 35-4. - Compliance with chapter; penalty for violation.

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(D) Except as otherwise set forth in chapter 12 of the Zoning Ordinance, no building permit or certificate of occupancy shall be issued for any parcel or plat of land which was created by subdivision that violates the requirements of this chapter, and no excavation of land or construction of any public or private improvements shall be commenced, except in conformity with the requirements of this chapter.

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ARTICLE II. - PRELIMINARY PLATPROCEDURES

 

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Sec. 35-23. - Contents.

(B) The preliminary plat of the subdivision shall show the proposed layout of streets, lots, areas to be encumbered by stormwater management facilities as required by chapter 33.2 of the City Code, and other features in relation to existing topography. The preliminary plat shall have a horizontal scale of not less than one hundred (100) feet to the inch and clearly show the following:

(12) Where floodplains lie within a subdivision, the preliminary plat shall delineate the boundaries of all floodways, flood fringes, approximated floodplains, and coastal high hazard areas. Flood elevations for any land located within a special flood hazard area in accordance with the provisions of section 9-31 of the Zoning Ordinance and the city flood insurance rate map (FIRM).

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(C) The preliminary plat of a subdivision within O-CBP, shall comply with all applicable provisions of chapter 9, article 2 of the Zoning Ordinance and shall include an environmental site assessment and stormwater management plan as an addendum to the plat or shown on the subdivision plat. The subdivision plat shall also contain a notation thereon to state that land use and development activities or clearing of vegetation within the RPA, the RMA and any IDA are regulated pursuant to chapter 9, article 2 of the Zoning Ordinance, and that city confirmation of a site specific CBPD delineation is required prior to the issuance of land use or development permits. Additionally, the subdivision plat shall contain reference to any RPA buffer or IDA encroachment or exception to the O-CBP regulations for development and redevelopment authorized by the City of Hampton.

 

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ARTICLE IV. - DESIGN STANDARDS AND IMPROVEMENTS GENERALLY

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Sec. 35-68. - Subdivision of land subject to flooding.

No lot, tract or parcel of land, or any part thereof, subject to flooding shall be divided or subdivided for the use of buildings or structures erected or to be erected for dwelling or residential purposes on the portion of the land subject to flooding, unless corrected to the satisfaction of the director of public works and in accordance with chapter 9 article 4 of the Zoning Ordinance.

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Sec. 35-86. - Development in the resource protection area; buffer area.

There shall be no improvements or development allowed in the resource protection area except as permitted pursuant to chapter 9, article 2 of the Hampton City Zoning Ordinance.

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ARTICLE V. - DEVELOPMENT PLANSREQUIREMENTS, PROCEDURES FOR PERMITTING AND PERFORMANCE ASSURANCES

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Sec. 35-103. - Contents.

The development plans required by this article shall be legible as determined by the director of public works and shall contain:

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(I) For development on property zoned Buckroe Bayfront District, an environmental site assessment must be submitted in accordance with chapter 9, article 2 of the Zoning Ordinance. An environmental site assessment submitted with the subdivision plat shall constitute compliance with this provision.

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CHAPTER 35.1 SITE PLANS

ARTICLE I. - IN GENERAL

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Sec. 35.1-2. - Application and scope of chapter; definitions.

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(B) Except as may otherwise be defined herein or in other applicable provisions of the City Code and the City Zoning Ordinance, the definitions set forth in chapter 2 of the City Zoning Ordinance shall control the meaning of any terms or phrases used herein. The terms "owner" and "developer" are used interchangeably throughout this chapter and the provisions of this chapter are applicable to an owner or developer of a site.

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Sec. 35.1-2.2. Exemptions from site plan approval.

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(B) The following additional types of development set forth in subsection (C) are exempt from the requirement for site plan approval provided that the following conditions are met:

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(4) The applicant submits a scaled two-dimensional plan or drawing and physical property survey as set forth in chapter 1 of the zoning ordinance, which governs issuance of building permits.

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Sec. 35.1-4. - Compliance with chapter; stop work orders; penalty for violation.

(A) Except as otherwise set forth in chapter 12 of the Zoning Ordinance, no building permit or certificate of occupancy shall be issued for any parcel of land that fails to comply with the requirements of this chapter, and no excavation of land or construction of any public or private improvements shall be commenced, except in conformity with the requirements of this chapter.

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Sec. 35.1-10. - Compliance with other ordinances.

(A) In addition to the requirements set forth in this chapter, site plans shall comply with the provisions of all city ordinances and the Zoning Ordinance and specifically, chapters 13.1, 33.2, and 41.1 of the City Code, and chapter 9, articles 4 and 2 of the City Zoning Ordinance unless exempted thereunder. The owner will be required to submit any additional plans, delineations, calculations, declaration of covenants and place required notations on the site plan as required by the City Code or the City Zoning Ordinance.

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ARTICLE II. - SITE PLAN REVIEW PROCEDURES

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Sec. 35.1-22. - Contents of a site plan.

(A) A site plan shall comply with the standards of Code of Virginia 42.1-82, 17VAC15-60-10 through 17VAC15-60-70 and the minimum standards and procedures for surveys determining topography as set forth in the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation APELSCIDLA Board regulation 18VAC10-20-382, the "City of Hampton Landscape Guidelines", and the latest edition of the public works design and construction standards, and shall include a vicinity sketch, at a scale of one (1) inch to eight hundred (800) feet, which shall show the area for the proposed development and all streets and water bodies that exist within the area of the vicinity sketch, date, scale and north arrow. A site plan shall show the total land area of the site, the area to be developed, approximate land area of separate parcels of land, areas to be encumbered by stormwater management facilities, and other features in relation to existing topography, including any existing impervious areas in any RPA, RMA or IDA. The site plan shall have a horizontal scale of not less than one hundred (100) feet to the inch and clearly show the following, and where applicable show the location, dimension and size of the following when existing or proposed by the owner or developer:

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(9) Natural and artificial water courses and limits of floodplains, including a delineation of the boundaries of all floodways, flood fringes, approximated floodplains, and coastal high hazard areas. Flood elevations for any land located within a special flood hazard area in accordance with the provisions of section 9-31 of the Zoning Ordinance and the city flood insurance rate map (FIRM).

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(D) A site plan for development within O-CBP shall contain a notation thereon to state that land use and development activities including land diBsturbing activities or clearing of vegetation within the RPA, RMA and any IDA are regulated pursuant to chapter 9, article 2 of the Zoning Ordinance. Additionally, the site plan shall contain reference to any RPA buffer or IDA encroachment or exception to the O-CBP regulations for development and redevelopment authorized by the City of Hampton.

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ARTICLE III. - WORK AND DEVELOPMENT PURSUANT TO APPROVED PLAN

Sec. 35.1-41. - General requirements.

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(C) On properties zoned O-CBP, areas shown on the site plan as undisturbed, or as a buffer proffered as part of a conditional rezoning or required for a use permit, or as part of a resource protection area, shall be protected from disturbance as required by chapters 13.1 and 33.2 of the City Code, chapter 9, article 2 of the City Zoning Ordinance or in accordance with the "City of Hampton Landscape Guidelines" on file with the department of community development, development services center, as applicable.

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Sec. 35.1-42. - Development of land subject to flooding.

No lot, tract or parcel of land, or any part thereof, in a floodplain or flood prone area, shall be developed for the use of buildings or structures erected or to be erected for dwelling or residential purposes on the portion of the land within the floodplain or flood prone area, unless corrected to the satisfaction of the director of public works and in accordance with chapter 9, article 4 of the Zoning Ordinance.

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Sec. 35.1-48. - Development in the resource protection area; buffer area.

There shall be no improvements or development allowed in the resource protection area except as permitted pursuant to chapter 9, article 2 of the Zoning Ordinance.

 

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CHAPTER 36 SWIMMING POOLS

 

Sec. 36-9. - Fencing.

 

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Cross reference Building code, 9-26 et seq.

 

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Adopted at the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Hampton, Virginia held on March 25, 2015.

 

 

 

Signed by ____________________________ Date _________________

George E. Wallace, Mayor

 

 

 

 

Attested by ____________________________ Date _________________

Katherine K. Glass, CMC

Clerk of the Council