Sammamish Unified Development Code

Neighborhood Design | Land Division

or creation of condominium units, is required to have an approved binding site plan prior to any property division, as provided for in Chapter 58.17, 64.32 or 64.34 RCW, and as required by this chapter. A binding site plan for a condominium shall be based on a building permit, an as-built site plan for developed sites, a site development permit issued for the entire site, or an approved site plan showing the anticipated development plan for the entire site, notwithstanding the provisions of SDC 21.09.050. b. An application for a binding site plan approval shall be processed as a Type 2 permit pursuant to SDC 21.09.010B. c. The site that is subject to the binding site plan shall consist of one or more contiguous lots. d. The site that is subject to the binding site plan may be reviewed independently for developed sites, concurrently with or subsequent to a site development permit application for undeveloped land or concurrently with or subsequent to a building permit application. e. The binding site plan process creates or alters lot lines and does not authorize substantial improvements or changes to the property or the uses thereon.

b. The binding site plan shall:

i. Identify the areas and locations of all streets, roads, improvements, utilities, water and sewer facilities, open spaces, critical areas, parking areas, landscaped areas, surveyed topography for preliminary map, water bodies and drainage features, and building envelopes; ii. Contain inscriptions or attachments setting forth such limitations and conditions for the use of the land as are established by the director or the hearing examiner; and iii. Contain provisions requiring any development or division of land to be in conformance with the approved site plan. c. Conditions of use, maintenance and restrictions on redevelopment of shared open space, parking, access and other improvements shall be identified and enforced by covenants, easements or other similar mechanisms.

4. Alterations

a. Alteration of a binding site plan shall be accomplished by following the same process required for a new application as set forth in this chapter. b. Changes to a building permit, subdivision, short subdivision, or site development permit within a binding site plan area shall also require alteration of the binding site plan unless the director determines that such

3. Requirements and limitations

a. The binding site plan shall ensure that the collective lots continue to function as one site with respect to, but not limited to, lot access, interior circulation, open space, landscaping, drainage facilities, facility maintenance and parking.

54 | Title 21: Sammamish Development Code

Effective | January 1, 2022

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