Sec. 21-4-6. Phasing plan.

(a) If the subdivider plans to file multiple final maps, or multiple parcel maps, on the tentative map, a written notice to this effect ("Multiple Final Maps May Be Requested.") shall be submitted to the community development department on the tentative map. In providing such notice, the subdivider is not required to define the number or configuration of the proposed multiple final maps or parcel maps.
(b) If, after filing the tentative map without providing the written notice required by subsection (a) of this section, the subdivider may file a written request to file multiple final maps, or multiple parcel maps, with the community development director, along with the fee as set by city council resolution. Upon recommendation of the community development director, the planning commission shall approve or conditionally approve requests for multiple final maps or parcel maps only if it finds that:
(1) The property which is described in the tentative map will be adequately served by required on-site and off-site improvements even if the property not covered by the proposed final map is not developed;
(2) All dedications required to serve the property which is described in the tentative map have been recorded, even though such dedications also benefit the remaining property; and
(3) Neither the inhabitants nor property owners of the city nor the future inhabitants and property owners of the property described in the tentative map will be detrimentally affected by the failure of the project proponent to develop the remaining property not covered by the proposed final map.
(c) The right of the subdivider to file multiple final maps, or multiple parcel maps, shall not limit the authority of the city to impose reasonable conditions relating to the filing of multiple final maps or parcel maps. (Ord. No. 1500, § 3 (part).)