Chapter 9 
MASTER PLANNED DEVELOPMENTS
The regulations set forth in this chapter detail the process and submission of
Master Planned Developments to the Town. These type of developments offer
more flexibility in the design and placement of structures and emphasize open
agricultural space, maintaining the spirit of the Deweyville Town General Plan

9.1 Purpose and Objectives
The purpose of the Master Planned Development (MPD) is to encourage
imaginative and efficient utilization of land in residential development and to
further the objectives of the Deweyville Town General Plan.
By providing for greater flexibility in the location of buildings on the land, it
also allows the consolidation of development and the vast expansion of
permanent, common, recreational and agricultural type open spaces, the
clustering of dwelling units and the efficient use of those public facilities
required in connection with new residential development. These provisions are
intended to create attractive and desirable environments within the residential
and agricultural areas of the Town.
This chapter should be considered an enhancement to the regulations of chapter
8 as contained in this code, and more particularly, section 8D.1. These
enhancements are negotiable between the developer and the Town. The effective
and innovative application of these standards may result in bonuses to the
density and structural placement regulations found in chapter 7 and elsewhere in
this code. All MPD proposals must demonstrate also, that they can meet the
minimum requirements or conditions of any underlying zone or other
regulations contained in this code. An MPD can not be used as an instrument or
vehicle to accomplish a primary use that would have been prohibited if the
project were to be submitted and applied for as a conventional subdivision.
The Planning Commission and/or Town Council may accept or reject a MPD
proposal on the basis of the quality of materials used in the project, as well as the
architectural design and serviceability of the project. All MPD developments
shall be designed to "fit in" and protect the character of the neighborhood and
rural atmosphere of the Town. In considering MPD applications, every effort
will be made to see that the neighborhood and Town is enhanced by the project.
Any proposed subdivision project involving more than five (5) acres, or having
more than 10 residential units or lots divided, must be submitted as an MPD,
unless specifically exempted by an appeal to the Appeal Authority. Subdivisions
containing fewer than 10 units (minor subdivisions) may be exempt from this
requirement, unless the applicant wishes to be reviewed as a minor MPD as per
this chapter.
Complete planning of the entire project in all of its phases is critical in the
proper application of the MPD process. All MPD regulations are in addition to
the subdivision regulations of chapter 8 and the MPD may be processed
concurrently with the subdivision approval if the applicant wishes. Also, refer to
Chapter 4 of this code for Planning Commission MPD approval procedures and
issues as well as those of this chapter.

9.2 Uses
A MPD may be allowed as a conditional use in all residential and agricultural
zones as designated herein, and the MPD development plan shall become
supplementary to the provisions of the zones in which the MPD is located,
although the Town shall not be required to enforce any of the restrictive
covenants recorded pursuant to this Article.

9.2.1 Zones Allowing Attached Units
Attached units shall be allowed in all residential zones.

9.2.2 Types of Developments
Master Planned Developments include cluster subdivisions, planned
developments, twin homes, condominiums, planned developments using
manufactured housing, combinations of housing types such as single units and
multiple units.

9.2.3 Zone Use Limitations
Uses permitted in the MPD shall be limited to those uses permitted in the zone
in which the MPD is allowed.

9.3 Density
The base density in lots and/or units per net acre as defined in this section of this Chapter
for a MPD shall be as follows:
(a) RR-35 1.16 Units/Acre
(c ) RR-5 0.2 Units/Acre

9.3.1 Base Density Exclusions
In determining the maximum base density of the project, the following areas
shall not be included within the boundaries of any lot laid out or counted in
determining the maximum base density, except as provided herein:
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(a) All road rights-of-way existing or to be dedicated to the town;
(b) All acreage having a slope of fifteen percent (15%) or greater;
(c ) All acreage covered by natural streams, lakes or ponds;
(d) All areas where native soils are classified by the United States
Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, as having severe
limitations as foundations for low buildings and all native soils having
no interpretations. If the developer submits with his application an
engineering report that defines the soils limitations and detailed
engineering plans that will reduce the possible hazard to an acceptable
standard to the Town, the Town Council may consider this area for
inclusion in the maximum base density. These soils include areas with
high water table, areas with high shrink-swell potential, areas subject to
flooding, and areas having a high degree of slope.

9.3.2 Density Bonuses
The Town Council may, upon recommendation of the Planning
Commission, grant an amenity density bonus and/or an impact density
bonus, which may allow the developer of a MPD to exceed the
maximum base density for the zone district.

9.3.2.1 Amenity Density Bonus
An amenity density bonus shall be defined as an increase over the
maximum base density for amenities included in a Master Planned
Development. Amenities for a particular project may vary from those of
another project because of project type and market for which the project
is being built. Types of amenities may include dense landscapes, yard
lights, tennis courts, trails, equestrian facilities, recreation areas and
parks, permanent open space, common useable agricultural or farming
open spaces or other similar features. Such features may be an amenity
for one project, but a liability for another. The Town shall consider the
total project and the proposed amenities, and determine the amount of
amenity density bonus a project may receive. An amenity density bonus
may be based on any of the following:
(a) Building and Project Design. Design considerations shall
give comprehensive and critical attention to architectural
design and style including unit types, architectural theme,
building materials and colors, fence and wall treatment, solar
considerations, project entrances, orientation of buildings to
amenities within the development, and visual appearance of
the development from outside the project.
(b) Provision and Protection of Open Space. This shall mean the
provision and protection of permanent common open space or
agricultural open space which is distinguishable from a
standard subdivision by its quantity or quality and which is
readily accessible to the residents of the development. Credit
will be given for innovative clustering designs that maximize
open space and preserve the scenic views and beauty of the
community. Open space placed in conservation easements for
perpetuity will be valued highly in the MPD process.
(c ) Innovative Site Plan. An innovative site plan shall mean a
site plan which features a street pattern which discourages
through traffic, ensures the privacy and security of the
residents of the development and is in harmony with the
topography and other natural features. An innovative site plan
could also include a variety of lot sizes, setbacks, and dwelling
unit types.
(d) Interior Amenities. Interior amenities shall mean the
provision of private recreational facilities such as tennis courts,
recreational centers, jogging paths, trails, water features, etc.,
which are accessible to the residents of the development; as
well as overall street scape, including street and sidewalk
treatment, street trees, overall landscaping, signs, graphics,
mail boxes, yard lighting, garage placement, car port
screening, and dwelling entrances.
(e) Substantial Public Benefit. Substantial public benefit shall
mean the provision of public facilities that are both unusual in
character and serve the needs of an area greater than the
immediate development. No density increase for substantial
public benefit may be approved unless the public facilities
provided are in excess of the typically required street
improvements, sidewalks or trails, utilities and drainage
facilities.

9.3.2.2 Total Density
In no case shall the total density, including the maximum base density
(with exclusions) and all density bonuses, exceed the following for the
zone in which the proposed MPD is located:
Zone Dwelling Units per net Acre:
(a) RR-35 1.33 Units/Acre
(b ) RR-5 0.23 Units/Acre

9.4 Minimum Area Requirements

9.4.1 Area
The following minimum MPD area requirements shall also apply for each zone:
Zone Minimum Area:
(a) RR-35 5 Acres
(b) MU5 50 Acres

9.4.2 Exceptions
The Town Council may, upon recommendation of the Planning Commission,
allow a MPD development on smaller parcels if the Town Council finds that the
proposed MPD meets the standards of Section 9.5.4, and that the benefits of
such action outweigh any potential negative effects on surrounding properties.

9.5 Preliminary Development Plan

9.5.1 Development Review Application
The developer of a proposed MPD shall submit a Development Review
Application, with a fee as established by Town Council Resolution, and a
preliminary development plan to the Town.

9.5.2 Application Form
The form and contents of the preliminary development plan shall be as follows:
(a) The preliminary development plan shall be drawn to a scale
not smaller than sixty (60) feet to the inch, and shall be on
standard twenty-four (24) inch by thirty-six (36) inch paper or
smaller.
(b) Each sheet of the development plat shall contain the name of
the development, the scale of the drawing which shall not be
less than sixty feet (60') to the inch, the sheet number, an
arrow indicating north, and a vicinity map.
(c ) The preliminary development plan shall contain the following
information:
(1) The proposed name of the development.
(2) Where the submitted plan covers only a part of the
development's tract, or is part of a larger vacant area,
the plan shall show the location of the development as
it forms part of the larger tract or parcel of land. In
such case, a sketch of the prospective future street
system of the remaining part(s) shall be submitted and
the street system of the proposed development shall be
considered in light of adjustments and connections
with the future street system of the larger area.
(3) A vicinity map containing sufficient information to
accurately locate the property shown on the plat and
map.
(4) The names and addresses of the owner, the
subdivider, the engineer or surveyor of the
development, and the owners of all lands or parcels
immediately adjoining the land to be subdivided as
shown on the records of the Box Elder County
Recorder or Assessor.
(5) A contour map drawn at two (2) foot intervals on all
development plats, unless waived in writing by the
Planning Commission.
(6) The boundary lines of the tract to be developed.
(7) The lot dimensions and square footage of each lot.
(8) Existing curbs, gutters, sidewalks, sanitary sewers and
manholes, storm drains and manholes, water supply
main valves and lines, culverts, and fire hydrants
within the tract or within two hundred (200) feet of
the boundaries of the proposed development. The
dimensions of all such improvements shall also be
indicated.
(9) The location, width and other dimensions of proposed
curbs, gutters, sidewalks, streets, easements, parks
and other open spaces with proper labeling, and of
land to be dedicated to the Town.
(10) The location, principal dimensions and names of all
existing or recorded streets, alleys and easements,
both within the proposed development and adjacent to
the boundary thereof, whether recorded or claimed by
usage; the location of and distance to the nearest
existing benchmark (or monument) and section line;
and the location and principal dimensions of all water
courses, ditches, public utilities, and other important
features; and existing structures within the land
adjacent to the tract to be subdivided, and exceptional
topography.
(11) The location of existing bridges, culverts, surface or
subsurface drainage ways, utilities, public buildings,
pumping stations or appurtenances, within the
development or within two hundred (200) feet thereof.
(12) Proposed water facilities, sanitary sewers, storm
drainage facilities, and fire hydrants, located either
within or without the development.
(13) A plan by which the developer proposes to handle,
within the development, the storm water drainage.
This system must be adequate to handle a one
hundred (100) year storm.
(14) Boundary lines of adjacent tracts of land, showing
ownership and property monuments.
(15) A tabulation of each proposed use by acreage and its
percentage of the total acreage.
(16) Parks, playgrounds, common areas and facilities,
limited common areas and facilities appurtenant and
other improvements within the MPD.
(17) Location of all dwellings and other structures in the
development, the common areas, limited common
areas and other areas of private ownership, including
open spaces and how they will be preserved and
protected.
(18) Typical landscape planting plan for each landscaped
area of the development, which will be held in
common or limited common ownership.
(19) Building elevations and basic floor plans for all
buildings within the development or guarantees in the
form of covenants that the buildings on individual lots
will be compatible in value and design with other
buildings in the development.
(20) Evidence that the applicant has sufficient control over
the subject property to effectuate the proposed plan as
submitted.

9.5.3 Other Conditions
The Planning Commission may recommend and the Town Council may impose
such conditions on the development plans as they deem appropriate to meet the
goals and objectives of this Article. The Town Council may disapprove a MPD
which is found to be deficient in meeting the intent of these provisions .

9.5.4 Town Council Approval Issues
The Town Council may, upon recommendation of the Planning Commission,
approve in concept, the preliminary development plan, provided that they find:
(a) That the proposed development will provide a living
environment at least as pleasant and attractive as would be
provided by a conventional residential development established
under the strict application of the provisions of the underlying
zone.
(b) That the MPD project will provide more efficient use of the
land and more usable and permanent open space than a
conventional development permitted by the underlying zone
and will further the objectives of the Town General Plan.
(c ) That any increased amenity density bonus allowed within the
proposed MPD will be reasonably compensated by better
amenities and recreational facilities as set forth in this chapter.
(d) That any impact density bonus allowed within the proposed
MPD is justified by the adverse impact of the proximity of the
MPD to commercial development, multiple family housing
units, or other similar factors.
(e) That any variation allowed from the development standards of
the underlying zone does not create increased unreasonable
hazards to the health, safety and general welfare of the
residents of the proposed MPD and adjacent areas.

9.5.5 Other Documentation
The following documents shall be submitted with a preliminary development
plan.
(a) Zone changes. Any written requests for proposed changes to
existing zoning district boundaries or zoning classifications
that are necessary for approval of the MPD.
(b) Agreements. Copies of any necessary or required agreements
with property owners adjacent to the proposed MPD, or with
any other person or entity.
(c ) Irrigation Companies. Written approval of adjoining
irrigation, ditch or canal companies to authorize any required
fencing and easement access protection (if such approval is
required).
(d) Statement of Intent. A statement of intent shall be submitted
with each development plan. A statement of intent is a
narrative describing the intangible concepts the developer
proposes to implement with the project development. The
statements shall be descriptive and shall include but may not
be limited to:
(1) Market analysis.
(2) Design theme of entire project to include treatment of
houses, landscaping, mailboxes, street signs and
lighting, and trails/walkways .
(3) Buyer profile. An expected buyer profile should be
described. (The project amenities are dictated
somewhat by the buyer profile.)
(4) Selling price range of the units.
(5) Common area amenities not detailed on the
development plat.
(6) Proposed budget for common area amenities and
landscaping.
(7) Maintenance and repair of common, limited common,
and private areas.
(8) Complete and Detailed Project construction phasing.
(9) A list of amenities proposed for the development.
(10) A time schedule for the completion of common area
facilities including landscaping, parking, parks, and
other improvements.

9.6 Final Plat and Development Plans

9.6.1 Failure to Submit a Plan
Failure to submit a final development plan within one (1) year of the date of
approval of the preliminary development plan shall terminate all proceedings
and render approval of the preliminary development plan null and void.
9.6.2 Plan Preparation and Qualifications
A final plat of all or part of the MPD shall be prepared by the developer's
surveyor and engineer and submitted to the Town, together with the required
fees. All final plats must be signed by a licensed surveyor and must conform to
any applicable Town design standards. The one (1) year time limit for
submission and recordation of the final plat may be extended by the Planning
Commission for up to one (1) additional year.

9.6.3 Plan Requirements
The final plat shall be drawn on a sheet of approved tracing linen or Mylar
having outside or trim line dimensions of twenty-four inches (24") by thirty-six
inches (36"). The border line of the plat shall be drawn in heavy lines leaving a
space of at least one and one-half inches (1 ½") on the left side and at least a
one-half inch (½") margin on other sides. The plat shall be drawn so that the top
of the drawing faces north. All lines, dimensions and markings shall be made on
the tracing linen with approved water proof black "drawing ink". The plat shall
be made to a scale large enough to clearly show all details and in any case not
smaller than sixty feet (60') to the inch. The finished drawing shall be neat,
clean-cut and readable and shall be in conformance with the format approved by
the Town and the County Recorder. The final plat shall contain the following
information:
(a) The name of the development.
(b) A north arrow (point), the scale of the drawing and the date of
preparation of the plat.
(c ) All lot sizes, which shall be indicated in square feet.
(d) Accurately drawn boundaries, showing the proper bearings
and dimensions of all boundary lines of the MPD, properly tied
by reference to two public survey monuments. These lines shall
be heavier than street and lot lines.
(e) The names, widths, lengths, bearings and curve data of
proposed streets, public utility and irrigation easements; also
the boundaries, bearings and dimensions of all portions within
the subdivision intended to be dedicated to the use of the
public; also the lines, dimensions, bearings and numbers of all
lots, blocks and parts reserved for any reason within the MPD.
All lots, blocks, and streets shall be numbered in accordance
with the street numbering system adopted by the Town. In the
case of corner lots, an address will be assigned for each part of
the lot having frontage. Streets may be named as approved by
the Town, however, each street must have a number.
(f) A licensed land surveyor's "Certificate of Survey".
(g) The description of the boundaries of the development together
with a certification by the subdivider's engineer or land
surveyor stating that the lots described fully comply with the
requirements of the Town's Land Management and
Development Code(s).
(h) The owner' s Certificate of Dedication as required by Box
Elder County.
(i) The signature of every person who owns property within the
development and a notary public's acknowledgment of all such
signatures.
(j) The Planning Commission's approval of the development plan
with the signature of the Planning Commission Chairman.
(k) A signature line for the Mayor.
(l) The Town Engineer' s, Fire Chief and Box Elder School
District approval and signature.
(m) A notice of all covenants, conditions and other restrictions
which may be relevant and applicable to the property
contained in the plat.
(n) Designation of common areas, limited common areas, open
spaces and private ownership areas.
(o) Identification of landscaped areas, limits of disturbance,
parking areas, driveways and other features required by this
section, and a detailed landscape planting plan and irrigation
system plan for each landscaped area of the development,
which is to be held in common or limited common ownership.
(p) Three dimensional drawings of multi-storied buildings and
building elevations where required.
(q) Plat restrictions, lot or deed restrictions, covenants and other
information required by the Planning Commission and/or the
Town Council.
(r ) In the case where the MPD is a condominium project, the
developer shall submit a written statement by an attorney who
is licensed to practice in Utah. This written opinion shall state
that the condominium declaration, the record of survey map
and the other supporting documentation comply in all respects
with the Utah Condominium Ownership Act (UCA Sec. 57-8-
1, et seq.) as well as all applicable federal, state and local laws
and ordinances and that when the condominium declaration
and survey map have been recorded in the office of the Box
Elder County Recorder that the proposed project will be a
validly existing and lawful condominium project in all
respects.

9.6.4 Town Council Approval Issues
The Town Council may approve the final development plans of the MPD
provided it finds:
(a) That all of the conditions of approval of the preliminary
development plan have been incorporated into the final
development plans.
(b) That all construction drawings of the MPD have been
approved by the Town Engineer.

9.6.5 Variations
Variations from the development standards of the underlying zone in which the
MPD is located may be permitted by the Town Council, provided the variations
are specifically adopted by the Town Council as part of the approved
development plans or approved supporting documents. Variations, however,
shall not include changes in the permitted zone uses allowed except to the extent
set forth herein.

9.7 Development Standards and Requirements

9.7.1 Neighborhood Meeting
The applicant for any MPD shall conduct at least one (1) neighborhood meeting
for the residents in the area of the proposed MPD to explain the proposed
development and to address all neighborhood concerns. Such meeting(s) shall be
accomplished prior to the preliminary development plan being scheduled for
review by the Planning Commission. The area of notice for the meeting will be
determined by the Planning Commission.

9.7.2 Compliance with Deweyville Town Codes
Master Planned Developments shall comply with the requirements of this
Chapter and the stipulations and requirements of the entire Land Management
and Development Code, as well as any requirements and conditions of the
Planning Commission and Town Council. The requirements and standards set
forth herein shall apply to any Master Planned Development, and are in addition
to any other regulations, required by a conventional development not submitted
as a MPD. All Development must comply with any of the applicable Subdivision
Standards contained in the Land Management and Development Code.

9.7.3 Structure Setbacks
(a) No structure shall be set back less than thirty (30) feet from the
right-of-way line of a dedicated street.
(b) Building setbacks along the main peripheral property lines of a
MPD shall be the same as that required in the zone for any
abutting residential properties.

9.7.4 Land Ownership Designation
All land within a development shall be either common area, open space, limited
common area, dedicated to public use, privately owned as a buildable lot or a
combination of the above.

9.7.5 Slopes
Any slope greater than fifteen percent (15%) may be used as parks or
playground areas, but shall not be included in open space calculation
requirements.

9.7.6 Utilities
All dwelling units shall be served by an approved water system and the public
sewer system if the public sewer system is located within 300 feet of the property
line of the MPD or if the density warrants or requires connection in any location
as determined by the Town Council and/or Box Elder County Health
Department. Units must be serviced by a public or approved private water
supply. All utilities shall be placed underground. Each dwelling unit shall be
individually metered for natural gas, electricity, and water. Each building shall
be served by a separate sewer lateral and not more than four dwelling units
within a building may be connected to one lateral. Each unit will be required to
install back flow protection devices and water valves as well as back water
valves in sewer lines in multiple unit developments in accordance with the
applicable plumbing code.

9.7.7 Fences
Fences are not required. An open development is desired to maintain a open
rural feel throughout the Town.

9.7.8 Landscaping
(a) The required front setbacks and side setbacks adjacent to a
dedicated street shall be landscaped except for permitted
driveways, and shall not be used for parking.
(b) All common areas shall be permanently landscaped with trees,
shrubs, lawn, or ground cover and maintained in accordance
with good landscaping practice, unless the area is to be
designated as natural open space.
(c ) For each dwelling unit, there shall be required on the project
site at least two (2) deciduous trees at least two (2) inch caliper
in size, one (1) evergreen tree, and two evergreen type shrubs.
(d) Yards must be landscaped.

9.7.9 Parking
Dwelling units shall be provided with not less than two (2) parking spaces each,
one of which shall be covered. In addition, one half (.5) parking space for each
dwelling unit shall be developed for guest parking within the development
unless the streets provided within the development are constructed to a width
which will accommodate travel lanes as well as parking lanes. Guest parking
shall be located within one hundred fifty feet (150') of the dwellings served. All
parking spaces, parking areas, and driveways shall be hard surfaced and
properly drained. Drainage shall not be channeled or caused to flow across
pedestrian walk ways or trails.

9.7.10 Streets
(a) All streets within a MPD shall have a paving width as
provided by the Town Standards. Streets except arterial streets
shall have a right-of-way of 66 feet. Arterial streets shall have
a right-of -way of 80 ft. In the case of a MPD the right-of way
and street standards may be modified from the 66 foot standard
if approved as part of the development agreement. The 66 foot
right-of-way must be used when calculating the base density of
the property. All setbacks shall be as if there was a 66 foot
right-of-way.
(b) All streets which are shown on the Deweyville Town Master
Street Plan if adopted or the land use/zoning maps, shall be
developed according to the size and general location shown on
the Street Plan. All streets developed in a MPD are to be
dedicated to the Town as public streets.

9.7.10.1 Lot Frontage
Each lot or parcel of land located in Residential Zones shall abut along
the right-of-way line of a public street for a minimum distance of 120
feet for lots of 12,000 square feet or more. Lots less than 12,000 square
feet shall have a minimum frontage of 100 feet. All corner lots less than
12,000 sq ft shall have a minimum frontage of 100 feet on each street
the lot faces. In the case of an MPD the minimum frontage requirement
may be modified as part of the development agreement. However, in no
case shall the minimum frontage be reduced to less than 100 feet.
Frontage is measured at the thirty (30) foot setback the property line at
the farthest point into the lot.

9.7.11 Common Areas
Common areas of a development shall be developed according to the plan
approved by the Town Council and maintained in accordance with the
provisions of this Chapter. Common or privately held Open spaces must be
perpetually dedicated as such through appropriate deed restrictions or
conservation easements, as determined by the Town

9.7.12 Storage Areas and Solid Waste Receptacles
All storage and solid waste receptacles which are not located within a building
shall be enclosed within a sight obscuring structure or fence compatible with the
design of the development.

9.7.13 Recreational Vehicle Storage
A MPD which contains more than four (4) attached units shall provide a paved
surface, enclosed area for the storage of operable and licensed recreational
vehicles. This area shall be developed at the ratio of one hundred forty (140)
square feet of storage area for each attached dwelling unit. The structure
enclosing the recreational vehicle storage area shall be six (6) feet in height.
Said enclosure may be required to be sight obscuring for all or part of the length
thereof, when, in the opinion of the Planning Commission or Town Council it is
necessary to preserve the character and aesthetic qualities of the development or
surrounding areas.

9.7.14 Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions
Where covenants, conditions, and restrictions are imposed upon a MPD, two
copies of the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions shall be
submitted to the Town signed and prepared for recording at the Box Elder
County Recorder's office prior to approval of a final plat.

9.7.15 Development Bond
Prior to the recording of any documents concerning an approved MPD or plat
maps and prior to the issuance of any building permit on ground covered by a
MPD, a bond sufficient in amount to cover the cost of all off-site and on-site
improvements required by this Chapter and all stipulations and requirements of
the Planning Commission and Town Council shall be required. The bond shall
be a guarantee that the proper installation of all required improvements,
including amenities, shall be completed within one (1) year of recordation of the
approved final plat. This guarantee bond shall also assure that the improvements
shall remain free from defects for six (6) months or until April 15 of the
following year, whichever is longer, and shall not be released until the
improvements are accepted by the Town. Said bond shall be in the form
prescribed by the Subdivision Ordinance of the Town, and in an amount as
reasonably set forth by the Town Engineer.

9.7.16 Final Plat Recordation
The final plat shall be recorded after all signatures are obtained, all approvals
are given, and all bonds and fees are posted with the Town Engineer and/or
Building Official.

9.7.17 Concurrence
All on-site and off-site infrastructure required for the impacts of the entire MPD
in all of its phases must be installed concurrently and operational by the time the
first phase is completed and certificates of occupancy are issued. All Guarantees
on the improvements begin when the certificates of occupancy are issued and
must last one year from that point in time. Bonds required in this chapter as well
as the Subdivision Regulations and Ordinance of this code must cover
completion of all improvements. These improvements include, but are not
limited to: Water and sewer plants, lines, storage tanks and other facilities.
Storm drainage and irrigation facilities, streets and roads, public utilities, fire
protection systems, public safety systems and improvements, school and
educational facilities, and any other improvements deemed necessary in this
Chapter, or Chapter One, Three, and Eight of this Code

9.8 Cluster Subdivision
(a) Each lot within a cluster type subdivision shall have direct access to a
public dedicated street.
(b) Location of dwellings on lots within this type of development shall be
approved by the Town Council on the preliminary development plan.
(c ) Dwellings and attached carports, garages, patios, breezeways or other
structures attached to the dwelling shall have a minimum total side yard
setback of fifteen feet (15'). The minimum front setback for the main
dwelling and any additional accessory buildings or attachments shall be
thirty (30) feet.

9.9 Manufactured Housing
(a) The minimum width dimension for a manufactured dwelling unit shall
be twenty-four feet (24') which shall not include any attachments or
accessory use structures such as garage, carport, or storage building.
The minimum stated above shall apply to not less than eighty percent
(80%) of the length of the unit.
(b) The required covered parking space shall be attached to the dwelling
unit in such a manner that it becomes an integral part of the structure in
design and appearance.
(c ) Typical elevations of the dwelling unit and required or proposed
attachments shall be submitted for approval by the Town Council, upon
recommendation of the Planning Commission, at the time the
development plan is submitted.
(d) The minimum square footage of the dwelling shall comply with the
dwelling area of the zone in which the development is located.
(e) If the manufactured housing unit consists of multiple sections, then the
minimum dimensions for a section of living area shall be twelve (12)
feet by thirty-eight feet (38').
(f) The roof of a manufactured housing unit shall be comprised of
conventional roofing materials and shall meet or exceed the snow load
requirements for the area.
(g) The exterior building material shall be comprised of lapped steel, vinyl,
aluminum, wood, brick or other nonreflective siding material.
(h) The dwelling units in a manufactured housing MPD shall be set on a
permanent foundation of approved foundation materials.
(i) Each manufactured housing unit shall meet the United States
Department of Housing and Urban Development requirements for
Manufactured Housing and shall bear the required certification of
inspection by authorized Utah State inspectors.
(j) The required front yard setback may be required to be common area and
shall be irrigated and maintained in accordance with the provisions of
this Chapter.

9.10 Zero Lot Line Developments
Zero lot line developments are not permitted.

9.11 Minor Master Planned Development
If an MPD meets the same qualifications in size and definition of a Minor Subdivision, as
described in the Land Management and Development Code of Deweyville Town,
and does not necessitate the creation of large public infrastructure to meet its
needs. The MPD may be classified as a Minor Master Planned Development,
and the Planning Commission may wave many of the requirements in this
chapter required for a conventional MPD, including off-site infrastructure
concurrence, and bonding requirements.