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State Filed Date
Land Deveolpment Regulations
Amendment to Chapter 910
Codified or Exempt
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ORDINANCE 2018- 002 ORDINANCE #1 <br /> AN ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, CONCERNING <br /> AMENDMENTS TO ITS LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS (LDRs); PROVIDING <br /> FOR AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 910, CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM; BY <br /> AMENDING SECTION 910.11(1)(B) DETERMINATION OF CONCURRENCY, <br /> SPECIFICALLY; AND BY PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING PROVISIONS; <br /> CODIFICATION; SEVERABILITY; AND EFFECTIVE DATE. <br /> BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER <br /> COUNTY, FLORIDA THAT THE INDIAN RIVER COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT <br /> REGULATIONS (LDRs) CHAPTER 910, CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, BE <br /> AMENDED AS FOLLOWS: <br /> SECTION #1: <br /> Amend LDR Section 910.11 (1)(b), first two paragraphs, "Concurrency analysis", <br /> specifically; as follows: <br /> (1) Transportation. <br /> (b) Concurrency analysis. The public works department and community development <br /> department shall be the agencies responsible for determining whether adequate capacity <br /> is available to support traffic expected from a given proposed development such that a <br /> finding of concurrency may be rendered. Using the information inventoried pursuant to <br /> section 910.11(1)(a) above, expected development generated traffic shall be assigned to <br /> those two-lane roadway segments identified as receiving at least eight (8) or more peak <br /> season/peak hour/peak direction trips and those four-lane (or wider) roadway segments <br /> identified as receiving fifteen (15) or more peak season/peak hour/peak direction trips <br /> generated by the development under consideration pursuant to section 910.11(1)(a)2 <br /> above. The community development department will review and assign trips to segments <br /> for all individual single family residential traffic concurrency determination applications. <br /> Trips for individual single-family concurrency determinations shall be assigned as <br /> provided in 910.09(4)(b)3. Traffic Engineering Division staff will review and assign trips <br /> to segments for all projects generating less than enefour hundred(1-09400) average trips <br /> per day. <br /> For larger projects generating enefour hundred (1-00400) or more average trip ends per <br /> day, the applicant shall submit a traffic impact analysis (TIA) or traffic impact statement <br /> (TIS) a_s required by Chapter 952 regulations. Based on this TIA or TIS, the public <br /> works department will assign trips to roadway segments. The community development <br /> staff will update the database as concurrency determination certificates are issued. <br /> SECTION#2: SEVERABILITY <br /> If any clause, section or provision of this Ordinance shall be declared by a court of competent <br /> jurisdiction to be unconstitutional or invalid for any cause or reason, the same shall be eliminated <br /> from this Ordinance and the remaining portion of this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect <br /> and be as valid as if such invalid portion thereof had not been incorporated therein. <br /> Bold Underline: Additions to Ordinance <br /> S'�<,ke-through- Deleted Text from Existing Ordinance <br /> F:\Community Development\CurDev\Ordinances\2018Ordinances\2018- 910.11(1)(6)-Determination of concurrency.docx <br /> 1 <br />
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