(1) Ownership. The area included in a proposed PUD shall either be under single ownership or common development control. The application shall include all contiguous property under the same ownership or development control, shall be signed by the owner of the property, and include such related information as prescribed by the planning director. Otherwise contiguous parcels that are separated only by a public right-of-way, shall be included in the PUD application unless the public right-of-way is designated an arterial or collector on the street classification map. If otherwise contiguous parcels are separated by an arterial or collector street, the applicant may, at the applicant’s discretion, include those parcels in the PUD application.
(2) Project Coordinator and Professional Design Team. The tentative PUD application shall identify the PUD project coordinator and the professional design team and certify compliance with the following:
(a) Project Coordinator. The project coordinator shall:
1. Be the liaison between the applicant and the city.
2. Ensure that the required plans are prepared and executed according to any required conditions.
3. Either be a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners or licensed in the state of Oregon to practice architecture, civil engineering, or landscape architecture.
The project coordinator, or at least one design team member, shall attend all public meetings at which the proposal is discussed.
(b) Professional Design Team Designation. Unless waived by the planning director, the professional design team shall consist of at least the following professionals:
1. Oregon licensed arborist.
2. Oregon licensed architect.
3. Oregon licensed civil engineer.
4. Oregon licensed landscape architect.
5. Oregon licensed land surveyor.
(c) Plan Certification. Certification of the services of the professionals responsible for particular drawings shall appear on those drawings. To ensure comprehensive review of all plans for compliance with the PUD provisions by the professional design team, the cover sheet shall contain a statement of review endorsed with the signatures of all designated members of the professional design team stating that the portion of the project in which he or she was involved complies with the following:
1. Meets the standards of his or her profession.
2. Complies with the tentative PUD criteria.
(3) Phasing. The tentative PUD application shall include a phasing plan that indicates any proposed phases for development, including the boundaries and sequencing of each phase. Phasing shall progress in a sequence that promotes street connectivity between the various phases of the development and accommodates other required public improvements.
(4) Density. Dwelling unit densities for PUDs shall be consistent with Table 9.2750 Residential Zone Development Standards. The calculation of the number of dwelling units allowed shall be determined based on the following:
(a) Easement Calculations. If it is demonstrated that easements will benefit residents of the proposed PUD, residential density calculations may include areas in easements, with the exception of private streets or ingress/egress easements.
(b) Dedications. If it is demonstrated that lands dedicated to the city will benefit residents of the proposed PUD, residential density calculations may include areas dedicated to the public for recreation or open space.
(c) Cumulative Density. When final plans are to be approved in phases, at no time shall the cumulative residential density exceed the overall density per acre established at the time of tentative plan approval.
(5) Needed Housing. If the proposal includes needed housing, as defined by State statutes, the written statement submitted with the PUD application shall clearly state whether the applicant is electing to use the general approval criteria in EC 9.8320 Tentative Planned Unit Development Approval Criteria – General instead of the approval criteria found in EC 9.8325 Tentative Planned Unit Development Approval Criteria – Needed Housing.