§ 23-702. Components of concurrency management system  

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  • (a) The concurrency management system (CMS) has three (3) components:

    1. Inventory of public facilities and capacities. City staff must maintain an inventory of existing public facilities for which level of service (LOS) standards have been adopted and for which concurrency is to be determined. The inventory includes: The existing condition and total capacity for each facility, the reservations of capacity that have been granted for proposed development and an estimate of when the capacity will be utilized as development progresses, and the remaining available capacity in the facility.

    2. Concurrency review of proposed developments. Each development application must be reviewed to determine if adequate capacity is or will be available to serve the proposed development.

    3. Schedule of improvements to public facilities. A program must be conducted by the city to implement improvements to public facilities to correct deficiencies or expand capacity to adequately serve existing and new development. The program will include capital projects in the city's capital facilities budget and improvements required of new development.

    (b) The city manager will provide an annual concurrency status report to the city commission. The initial report will be presented no later than the second regularly scheduled meeting in June, and subsequent reports will be presented at the second meeting in January. The report will include in the reserved and committed capacity inventory, as applicable, all developments for which permits and approvals were issued prior to March 15, 2005, provided they meet the vesting requirements for reservations of capacity or certificates of concurrency.

(Ord. No. 2005-27, § 1, 7-5-2005)