§ 23-705. Level of service standards.  


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  • The demand on each public facility is calculated through the use of the level of service (LOS) standard for that facility or service adopted by the city in the Lake Wales Comprehensive Plan and set forth below:

    TABLE 23-705
    LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS

    FACILITY
    LEVEL OF SERVICE
    Sanitary sewer Maximum Daily Flow—Average Daily Flow plus 13 percent
    Average Daily Flow—100 gallons per capita per day (gpcd)
    Effluent Quality—Meet or exceed EPA and DEP standards
    Potable water Average Daily Demand—122 gallons per capita per day (gpcd)
    Maximum Daily Demand—Average Daily Demand times 1.43
    Storage Capacity—One-half Average Daily Demand
    Pressure—20 p.s.i. minimum
    Solid waste 7.3 pounds per person per day
    Roads Principal Arterials—LOS D
    Minor Arterials & Collectors—LOS D
    Other Roadways—LOS C
    Florida Intrastate Highway System Roadways—LOS C
    Recreation and open space Mini-Parks—.25 acres per 1,000 population
    Neighborhood Parks—1.5 acres per 1,000 population
    Community Parks—2 acres per 1,000 population
    Aggregate—3.75 acres per 1,000 population
    Drainage EXISTING DEVELOPMENT: See Comprehensive Plan, Capital Improvement Element, Objective 2, Policy 2.01 for Flood Protection and Water Quality LOS for all drainage basins.
    NEW DEVELOPMENT:
    Streets and Roads—Pavement at or above FEMA 100 year flood plain;
    Drainage Structures—Ability to transmit the 100-year return period storm with maximum velocity of 5 feet per second;
    Storm Sewers (inlets, manholes, storm sewer lines)—Designed to handle the 3-year return period storm;
    Water Quality—Meet state water quality design and performance standards established in 17-25.025 F.A.C. with treatment of first inch of runoff to meet standards required by 17-302.500 F.A.C. Applies to any stormwater drainage system which collects and transmits stormwater to a disposal location, regardless of size of the system;
    All development must comply with existing SWFWMD and FDEP regulations regarding management and storage of surface waters.
    Public Schools PERCENT OF PERMANENT FLORIDA INVENTORY OF SCHOOL HOUSES (FISH) CAPACITY, BY SCHOOL YEAR
    2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
    Elementary Schools
    122%
    122%
    115%
    100%
    100%
    Middle Schools
    113%
    113%
    110%
    100%
    100%
    High Schools
    110%
    110%
    105%
    100%
    100%
    Magnet and School of Choice:
    100% of enrollment quota as established by the School Board or court ordered agreements and as adjusted by the School Board annually.
    Other: K-8, 6th grade centers, 9th grade centers, 6-12 100% of permanent DOE FISH capacity
    Special Facilities:
    Including alternative education or special programmatic facilities that are designed to serve a specific population on a countywide basis or for temporary need and are not zoned to any specific area. Therefore, they are not used for concurrency determinations.
    Conversion Charter Schools:
    As set by contract.

     

(Ord. No. 2005-27, § 1, 7-5-05; Ord. No. 2008-05, § 4, 2-19-08)