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A. The applicant shall file with the community development department a preliminary development plan, including the following:

1. A legal description of the property proposed to be developed;

2. A map of the subject property and surrounding area determined by the community development director to be relevant for comprehensive planning, environmental assessment or zoning review purposes, which map shall depict comprehensive plan designations, zoning classifications and existing land uses, including streets;

3. A proposed site plan for the subject property depicting the following:

a. Topography at two-foot contours for slopes 15 percent or less and five-foot contours for slopes over 15 percent;

b. Individual trees over eight inches in trunk diameter measured four feet above the base of the trunk in areas to be developed or otherwise disturbed;

c. Designated placement, location, and principal dimensions of lots, buildings, streets, parking areas, recreation areas and other open space, landscaping areas and utilities;

d. If the developer owns or otherwise controls property adjacent to the proposed development, a conceptual plan for such property demonstrating that it can be developed in a compatible manner with the proposed development;

4. A conceptual landscape plan showing existing and proposed landscaping, in accordance with Chapter 12.18 BMC;

5. Drawing and/or text showing scale, bulk and architectural character of proposed structures;

6. For standard single-family PUDs, a conceptual drawing depicting the number and location of lots which would be allowed if no regulations were modified;

7. For green PUDs, a narrative and illustrations describing and depicting the specific green or sustainable features or practices proposed and how these features or practices achieve the purposes as set forth in BMC 12.30.020(A)(3), 12.30.110(F), and the following submittal items:

a. Identification of which green program the applicant is proposing to implement;

b. Documentation showing the applicant is either currently enrolled or is a member of the identified green program or that members of the development team are enrolled or are members of the identified green program;

c. The name of the green program verifier, or verification team; and

d. A completed checklist from the selected green program wherein the applicant identifies the features and techniques that will be used to achieve the minimum certification level;

8. For clustered subdivision PUDs, a conceptual drawing and narrative describing the type, location, size, and features of the proposed open space area(s);

9. Special features including but not limited to critical areas and sites or structures of historic significance;

10. A text describing conditions or features which cannot be adequately displayed on maps or drawings;

11. A narrative stating how the proposed development complies with the goals and policies of the Imagine Bothell... Comprehensive Plan, including level of service standards and guidelines, and with the development regulations contained in this and other titles;

12. Draft conditions, covenants and restrictions and other documents relating to operation and maintenance of the development, including all of its open areas and recreational facilities;

13. Other information required by the community development director, or by any other section of the Bothell Municipal Code. (Ord. 2221 § 2 (Exh. B), 2017; Ord. 2117 § 2 (Exh. B), 2013; Ord. 2028 § 1 (Exh. B), 2009; Ord. 1815 § 1, 2000; Ord. 1629 § 1, 1996. Formerly 12.30.090).