Sec. 21-8-2. Filing and processing.

(a) A vesting tentative map shall be filed in the same form and have the same contents, accompanying data and reports and shall be processed in the same manner as set forth in this chapter for a tentative map except as hereinafter provided. At the time a vesting tentative map is filed, it shall have printed conspicuously on its face the words "Vesting Tentative Map." At the time a vesting tentative map is filed, a subdivider shall also supply the following information:
(1) Lot sizes;
(2) The preliminary height, size, location, and use of all buildings to be constructed within the subdivision;
(3) Detailed final plans showing sewer, water, storm drainage, utility and street improvements;
(4) Detailed final grading plans;
(5) Flood plain information including the amount of flooding that may occur during a storm with a frequency of once in one hundred years, and mitigation measures necessary to protect the subdivision from flooding during a storm of once in one hundred years;
(6) Tentative utility plans indicating the location of all public utilities and facilities including, but not limited to, facilities for water, sewer, electric, gas, cable television and street lighting to be installed to serve the subdivision and any facilities which currently exist within the boundary of the subdivision. If the subdivider is unable to secure any of the above information from a private utility company, the absence of this information cannot be the sole basis for rejecting a vesting tentative map application;
(7) Any other studies required by the community development director or city engineer because of the peculiarities of the subdivision. These studies could include, but are not limited to, the following: noise analysis, traffic study, feasibility studies, and economic analysis;
(8) Final public improvement plans stamped and signed by the engineer of record;
(9) Final design package approved by the planning commission including but not limited to: the design package building elevations, material identification, color schemes, floor plans, lot layouts, AB 32 requirements, energy conservation and efficiency components, solar availability and compatible layouts, photo voltaic energy generation designs, insulation calculations, on site landscape plans for each parcel with plant selection, maximum shading diagram.
(b) Prior to filing a vesting tentative map, application for other discretionary land use requests such as, but not limited to, rezoning, PD permit, or variance, shall be submitted and approved. If the subdivider plans to file multiple final maps on the tentative map, a written notice to that effect shall be submitted.
(c) Nothing herein shall allow the city to require more information regarding vesting tentative maps than that related to ordinances, resolutions, policies or standards that will be vested by the map (except where required by CEQA or state or federal laws). (Ord. No. 1500, § 3 (part).)