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ORDINANCE NS-745 ADDING SECTIONS 9230.170 <br />THROUGH 9230.176, INCLUSIVE, TO PROVIDE A <br />PD ZONE (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT SUFFIX) AND <br />ADDING SECTION 9328.2 TO THE SUBDIVISION <br />REGULATIONS OF THE SANTA ANA MUNICIPAL CODE <br /> <br /> WHEREAS, heretofore the Planning Commission held a public <br />hearing on notice and recommended that the Land Use Regulations <br />of Article IX, Chapter 2, Part 3, be amended by adding to said <br />Part Sections 9230.170 through 9230.176, both inclusive, to <br />provide for a PLANNED DEVELOPMENT SUFFIX which may be added to <br />any R-1 District; and the City Council held a public hearing on <br />notice and found that such amendment was necessary to allow more <br />flexibility in land development. <br /> <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA <br />DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: <br /> <br /> SECTION 1: That Chapter 2 of Article IX of the Santa Ana <br />Municipal Code is hereby amended by adding immediately following <br />Section 9230.165 the words and figures as follows: <br /> <br />SECTION 9230.170. PD (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT SUFFIX). <br /> <br />SECTION 9230.171. De~cr.iption and Purposes. <br /> The Ri (Single Family Residence District) may be modified at <br />the time the zoning is first established or by amendment by adding <br />to the District designation PD, which shall make no alteration to <br />the uses permitted under the regular District classification except <br />as listed in that Section captioned "Accessory Uses" set forth <br />hereinbelow. Said designation is intended to provide for residential <br />developments on large sites characterized by a physical environment <br />commensurate with such contemporary site planning principles as: <br /> <br />(1) Building integrated around open and recreational areas <br /> which are reserved for pedestrian use and serve as <br /> unifying elements. <br />(2) The separation of vehicular and pedestrian traffic. <br />(3) The placement of buildings in such a way as to create a <br /> variety of open areas or sub-areas, thereby eliminating <br /> corridor or barracks-like arrangements of buildings. <br />(4) Recreational-Leisure space sufficient to accommodate the <br /> needs of all the occupants. <br />(5) The location and design of all buildings, structures, and <br /> open spaces in such a manner as to create a balanced and <br /> harmonious composition as a whole and in the relations of <br /> its several parts and features to each other. <br /> <br />(6) <br /> <br />The development of land in an efficient and orderly manner <br />consistent with the established quality of the community. <br /> <br /> Further, said PD Suffix is intended to allow innovations in <br />subdivision design intended to foster greater land utilization while <br />increasing the desirability of each project developed under the <br />PD Suffix. <br /> <br />SECTION 9230.172. Accessory Uses. <br /> The following accessory uses are permitted only where they are <br />integrated with and clearly incidental to a primary permitted use <br />and where the sole purpose is to provide convenience to residents <br />of the development rather than the general public: <br /> <br />(1) Swimming pools. <br />(2) Recreational buildings, structures, and areas. <br />(3) Private parks. <br />(4) Other noz~mal accessory uses constituting an integral part <br /> of said Planned Development. <br /> <br /> <br />