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0778 Creative Community (CC) Zoning DistrictCITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO ORDINANCE NO. 778 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO, ADDING CHAPTER 18.21 PROVIDING FOR A ZONING DISTRICT OF CREATIVE COMMUNITY (CC), SETTING FORTH THE PURPOSES FOR SUCH ZONE, PROVIDING HOW THE OTHER PROVISIONS OF TITLE 18 AND THE CHUBBUCK MUNICIPAL CODE ARE APPLIED, PROVIDING THE MECHANISM FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A CC ZONE INCLUDING THE REQUIREMENT OF A MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN AS PART OF THE REZONE, REQUIRING A DESIGN BOOK CONTAINING CERTAIN SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGNATIONS AND SHOWING CONFORMANCE WITH THE MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN; PROVIDING DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN STANDARDS INCLUDING GENERAL STANDARDS, PROVISIONS FOR BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND STANDARDS; ADDING THE CREATIVE COMMUNITY ZONE TO SECTION 18.08,0 10 AS A ZONING DISTRICT; REPEALING PRIOR CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR THE SEVERABILITY OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING WHEN THIS ORDINANCE IS EFFECTIVE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO: Section 1. Adoption. After full public hearings before th Land Use and Development Commission and the City Council, the following Chapter 18.2 1, CREATIVE COMMUNITY (CC) ZONE, is hereby adopted as follows: 18.21.01.0: PURPOSE AND INTENT A. Purpose: The Creative Community (CC) zone is established to provide a greenfield planned unit development approval process as permitted under Idaho Code 67-6515, and to provide for a zone with a mix of land uses that range in intensity than are typically found separately in mutually exclusive, traditional zoning districts. This zone represents a departure from traditional zoning to the extent that it encourages a combination of land uses which may be compatible, but have traditionally been separated. B. Intent: The intent of the Creative Community (CC) zone is to further the policies of the Comprehensive Plan to a greater extent than would a traditional Euclidean zone to: 1. Promote the public health, safety, and welfare; ORDINANCE - Page 1. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd PASSED BY THE COUNCIL AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO, this 17th day of October, 2018. Kevin B. Englan"MIk R ATTEST: Richard Morgan, CITY CLERK ORDINANCE - Page 14. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd 2. Create functionally integrated developments that allow for a more efficient and cost effective provision of public services. 3. Promote decreased suburban sprawl, under -developed sites, and agricultural land development on the ex -urban fringe; 4. Promote increased community interactions through careful site development which emphasizes pedestrian and bicycle modalities; 5. Encourage a variety of affordable housing types; 6. Establish reasonable design standards for development and redevelopment within the zone in order to ensure that the built environment is sustainably desirable and stable, that property values are stable and maintained, and to enhance the image of the City of Chubbuck; and 7. Allow for innovative designs that create visually pleasing and cohesive patterns of development and multi -modal transportation. 18.21.020: SPECIAL PROVISIONS: In order to achieve the purpose and intent of this chapter, as part of the CC zone approval process, the City shall consider the following provisions during reviews: A. Selective Modifications of Municipal Standards: The following standards may be modified if requested as part of the CC zone approval process and if deemed appropriate by the Council upon advice of the public works director, and other staff as applicable, after considering whether the resulting development would achieve greater consistency with the intent and purpose of this chapter than development that would occur without the modification: 1. Any provision in title 16 pertaining to streets and sidewalks. 2. Any provision pertaining to off-street parking and loading except that at least one (1) of the required parking spaces per residential unit shall be located a reasonable walking distance, except as required to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. 3. Other provisions of city code on a case-by-case basis. B. Qualifying locations and area requirements: The following location and area requirements apply in any CC zone: 1. Qualifying Locations: A CC zone may be proposed in any part of the City. 2. Minimum zone area: To ensure that CC zoned developments are able to achieve the purposes stated in this chapter, and to ensure that projects are large enough to support a private homeowners association, property management agency, or corporation responsible for maintenance of open space, all CC zoned developments shall have a minimum area of five (5) acres unless, after written request from the developer, written authorization is granted by the Public Works ORDINANCE - Page 2. chubbuck 1002 t 8 cc zone ord.wpd Director prior to developer making application based on finding that the proposed development will be able to satisfy the intent of this subsection and chapter. Any such authorization from the Public Works Director shall not be binding on the Land Use and Development Commission or the City Council. C. Overall Net Residential Zone Density: In no case shall the net residential area (gross acreage less the area of nonresidential uses) be less than 3 dwelling units per acre. There shall be no maximum density, provided that public services and utilities are adequate to serve the development or could be adequate through developer remedy. D. Minimum Lot Area: There shall be no minimum lot area in any CC zone, except as established with development approval. Parcels shall be of sufficient size to assure compliance with building setbacks, landscaping, access, parking, and walkability standards. E. Surrounding Properties: Through use of design features including, but not limited to, increased peripheral setbacks, architectural treatments, and landscaped buffers, the developer shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Council, that sufficient measures have been incorporated into the development plan to assure that adjacent properties will not experience significant impacts as a result of the proposed development. F. Pedestrian Realm: In order to achieve an overall walkable development, appropriate land uses, pedestrian comiections, cross easements, common driveways, consistent site standards, etc., must be coordinated within the respective CC zone, even though properties may be individually owned. G. Land Use Area Designation: As part of the approval process as set forth in this chapter, the developer shall designate areas within the CC zone in accordance with the Iand use area listed below and shall submit a list of permitted and conditionally permitted uses within each proposed land use area from section 18.08.040 within each land use area. Through the zoning process, uses conditionally permitted in the CC zone under section 18.08.040 may be designated as permitted within specific land use areas. The allowable and conditional uses for a CC zone are established by the ordinance zoning the subject property as a CC Zone. 1. Residential: This land use area is designed for comparatively low to medium density development that emphasizes residential (single and ORDINANCE - Page 3. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd multi -family) use, but also may include appropriately scaled office, commercial, public/semipublic and recreation/open space uses. 2. Village: This land use area is designed for medium to high density mixed use development that includes residential (single- and multi- family), office, commercial, public/semipublic, recreation/open space uses, and certain compatible light industrial uses without a predetermined emphasis on any single use. 3. Town: This land use area is designed for office, commercial and recreational uses, but also includes residential (single- and multi -family), public/semipublic, open space, and certain compatible light industrial uses. 4. Business and Research Park: This land use area is designed to accommodate (but not require) a mixture of all uses: residential (single- and multi -family), office, commercial, light industrial, recreational and public/semipublic uses. The principal land use in this category should be office, commercial and light industrial. H. Relationship to other land use controls: Wherever there is a difference between provisions of this chapter and those of other chapters, the provisions of this chapter shall control. Unless otherwise authorized, subjects not governed by this chapter shall be governed by the respective provisions found elsewhere in city code. 18.21.030: ZONE ESTABLISHMENT; MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN: A. Each proposed CC zone may be established by following standard rezoning procedures of this title and shall be accompanied by a master development plan (MDP) prepared by the applicant, in consultation with city staff and area property owners, which specifies land use areas. Design books, phased developments, and approved individual plats and site plans shall conform to the master development plan. The MDP shall contain: 1. Aerial image showing the zone location, acreage, boundary, scale, and north arrow; 2. Concept/bubble plans showing designated land uses areas, open space, conceptual vehicle transportation system, and conceptual bicycle and pedestrian transportation systems and facilities; 3. Phasing Plan; ORDINANCE - Page 4. chubbuck 100219 cc zone ord.wpd 4. Existing transportation infrastructure, waterways, major utilities, and easements, and floodplain boundaries; 5. Topography and significant features on or adjacent to the property; 6. Architectural renderings demonstrating the development's theme; 7. Narrative including a description of the densities of the project, a description of the proposed public or quasi -public amenities, and a description of how the development will satisfy the requirements of this chapter; and 8. A land use area table showing the number of dwelling units, commercial area, and densities within each respective land use area, and the total acreage of open space by area, and a list of permitted and conditional uses in each designated land use area. 9. A draft development agreement which includes proposed codes, covenants, and restrictions (CC&Rs), which said CC&Rs demonstrating how the developer intends to satisfy short and long-term obligations of the zoning district. 10. Any other appropriate supplementary information that may also be required by the Public Works Director. 11. Evidence of unified ownership or control. B. The intent of the above is to achieve a consistent overall mixed use neighborhood with uniform and compatible site standards when the project area is completely built out. Remnant parcels left from old developments, rebuilds on existing parcels, or pads within existing center developments, are required to make reasonable compliance with mixed use development standards through consultation with the public works director. C. The MDP shall be adopted as an exhibit to the ordinance which establishes the specific CC zone. The MDP, or portions thereof, may be amended only after review by the land use and development commission, with public input, and upon approval of the city council after the establishment of the CC zone, as may be needed. A development agreement between the city and the applicant may be required by the city council and executed before the zoning designation shall be effective. In consideration of the latitude given with CC zone, the City shall have discretionary powers in judging and approving or disapproving the imaginative or unique concepts, innovations, and designs which shall be incorporated into the master development plan presented. 18.21.040: DESIGN BOOK REVIEW: All development and uses in CC zones may only be established in conformance with the approved master development plan (MDP), or as the plan may be amended and approved, through conformance reviews at application development and design review stages. Applicants are encouraged to consult with city staff prior to submitting an application. ORDINANCE - Page 5. chiibbuck 100219 cc zone ord.wpd A. In addition to those items required for a preliminary plat application under Title 17 of this code, applicants within CC zones shall prepare and submit a site plan and submit a design book containing typical renderings, cross sections, and plan views of the following: 1. Existing and proposed public street curb, gutter, sidewalk, landscaping, strectlights, and pavement; 2. Yard areas between buildings and public streets, including trees, grass shrubs, ground cover, signs, fencing, and screen walls; 3. Parking areas, walkways, driveways, landscaped areas, and storm water detention/retention areas; 4. Architectural features, including materials and colors, of buildings, freestanding and wall -mounted signs and light fixtures, trash enclosures, utility and loading area screen walls, fencing plans, pedestrian furniture, and artwork. 5. Other improvements as required by city staff to ensure conformance with the MDP. C. The design book must be found to be in conformance with the MDP by the Land Use and Development Commission in order for to a preliminary plat application to be approved. D. Building permits and other uses within the development shall only be issued upon being found to conform to the design book and MDP. 18.21.050: DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN STANDARDS: In order to achieve the purpose and intent of this chapter, the following standards apply to CC zoning districts: A. General Standards Common Ownership: For all multiple use developments, the tract or tracts of land included in such developments must be under one ownership or control or be the subject of a joint application by the owners of all property included. Unless otherwise provided as a condition for approval, the applicant may transfer units of any development for which approval has been granted; provided, that the transferee shall complete, use, and maintain each such unit, in strict conformance with the approved development plan. 2. Appropriate Mix of Uses; Carefiil Location of Nonresidential uses: CC zones shall demonstrate an appropriate mix of land uses such as different types of residential uses, residential with commercial, or some other mix. Appropriateness ORDINANCE - Page 6. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd shall be judged on the tract's location in relation to infrastructure, topography, and current and projected market demand. A. To maximize economic synergy and prevent commercial sprawl, more intensive and dense land use areas, such as the Village and Town land use areas, shall be located towards the center of the development or, if the development will be located next to an existing or planned similar intensive and dense area, near said areas, unless otherwise demonstrated to be unfeasible or undesirable by the developer, City staff, or the City Council through the approval process. B. Village and Town Siting Determination: The location of each village and town land use area shall be carefully selected to be located at a walkable distance from planned or existing predominantly residential developments. Bicycle and Pedestrian Pathways and Trails: The CC zoned development shall be demonstrate an excellent system of pathways, trails, and sidewalks which are demonstrated to be useful, safe, comfortable, and interesting, and which provide connectivity within the development and to adjacent properties. A. Internal Connectivity: Pathways within a development shall connect residential areas to other residential neighborhoods and to nonresidential areas, to open space common lots, recreational facilities, and to school bus pick up locations. Width and materials of pathways shall be design in accordance with their anticipated use and volume; as a guideline, major two-way shared use paths should be at least I0' wide and no path should be smaller than S' wide. Design of these pathways shall minimize street crossings to reduce conflict points. B. Within areas of intense commercial use, street fiirnittre which is related to the overall design theme of the development may be required which may include benches, trash receptacles, artwork, bike racks and facilities, etc. C. Upon recommendations from PRT and/or BTPO, bus turnouts, shelters, stops, and other transit options may be required. D. Extensive use of bike lanes and other facilities and of curb extensions/bulb-outs at intersections is encouraged and may be required. ORDINANCE - Page 7. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd 4. Peripheral location of Collectors and Arterials: To facilitate enhanced mobility for people who walk and bike, required collectors and arterials shall be located on the periphery of the development unless otherwise demonstrated to be unfeasible or undesirable by the developer, City staff, or the City Council through the approval process. Ownership and Maintenance of Open Space and Common Property: Whenever private common open space, improvements, or other property are provided, the city will require that an association of owners or tenants be created and incorporated for the purpose of maintaining such commonly held property or improvement. The association shall be created in such a manner that owners of property shall automatically be members and shall be subject to assessments levied to maintain said open space and/or common property for the purposes intended. The period of existence of such association shall be perpetual unless a majority vote of the members and consent of the city council shall terminate it. b. Gated Communities Prohibited: Gated communities are prohibited with the CC zone. B. Building and Architectural Design and Standards: Building areas to be unencumbered: Buildable areas must be unencumbered by setbacks, public easements, and other physical constraints (such as topography or similar features). 2. Clustering: Buildings shall be clustered to preserve scenic or environmentally sensitive areas in the natural state, or to consolidate small open spaces into larger, more usable areas for common use and enjoyment. Clustered areas shall be carefully designed to abut upon common open space or recreational amenities. When CC zoned developments include commercial uses, commercial buildings and establishments, the development shall be planned as groups having common parking areas and common ingress and egress points in order to reduce the number of vehicle and bike/pedestrian conflict point locations. Like Uses to Face Like Uses: Where possible, "like land uses" shall face "like land uses" or open space, i.e., retail across the street from retail, townhomes from townhomes, etc. 4. Landscaping: All areas not covered by buildings, or by off-street car parking areas or driveways, shall be planted in lawn, trees and shrubs, or ORDINANCE - Page 8. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd otherwise landscaped and maintained in accordance with an approved landscape plan; the use of extensive xeriscaping is strongly encouraged. All required front yard and side yard areas which are adjacent to a public street shall not be used for automobile parking areas, except for permitted driveways, but shall be landscaped and maintained with lawns, trees and shrubs, or other landscape materials. Landscaped park strips with street trees, in accordance with City code, are required along local and functionally classified streets; portions of park strips may be paved to accommodate street furniture, leaving appropriately sized tree wells for street trees. Fencing Along Sidewalks and Streets Discouraged; Standards for When Used: To facilitate a visually open public realm, unless otherwise required by this chapter, fencing along sidewalks or streets, excluding alley ways, is strongly discouraged. Where such fencing is used however, fencing plans which include heights, materials, and designs, shall be reviewed as part of the design book review process and the City may impose necessary conditions of approval in order to satisfy the intent and purpose of this chapter and section. 6. Buffering of Nonresidential Uses from Residential Uses: Where separation is desirable between uses, landscaped buffers are preferred over fences and walls in order to create a more visually open look. When fences are used between uses or properties within the development, fencing shall be compatible in color, texture, and design in relationship to building materials. Buffering may be required by Land Use, the City Council, or Design Review Committee between uses deemed incompatible. 7. Utilities: Underground utilities, including telephone, fiber, and electrical systems, are required within the limits of all CC zones. Appurtenances to these systems which can be effectively screened may be exempted from this requirement if the Council finds that such exemption will not violate the intent or character of the proposed development. However, the developer shall make efforts to group appurtenances together so as to minimize their distribution. Storage of Recreational Vehicles, Watercraft, Trailers, Campers, Motorhomes, and Other Utility Vehicles to be screened: Watercraft, trailers, campers, motor homes and other utility or recreational vehicles shall be stored within completely enclosed, lawfully constructed buildings ORDINANCE - Page 9. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd or within fenced enclosures at least six feet (6) behind the front line and the street side line of the main building on the lot or parcel in a CC zone, except that said vehicles may be parked temporarily in front or side yards for no longer than twenty-four (24) hours. 9. Architectural Control Committee Required: Each development shall provide for, and maintain, an Architectural Control Committee to ensure that the treatment of building mass, materials, and exterior appurtenances create aesthetically pleasing structures and a site that is in character with, and in proportion to, other surrounding buildings, while still providing diversity in design and neighborhood identity. The Committee shall review and approve all themes and colors prior to design review and building permit application submittals to the City and to significant exterior modifications to ensure compliance with the approved Master Development Plan and Design Book. 10. Product Mix: Each project shall provide a variety of home styles to ensure a diverse and interesting street scene. Neighborhoods that have nearly identical homes and streets without variation in product placement and form are not allowed. In order to ensure that the neighborhood is non- repetitive, homes with the same color scheme shall not be built on adjacent lots on the same street or on lots directly or diagonally across the street from one another. 11. Corner Lots: Special attention should be paid to corner lots. At least one home plan per neighborhood shall be designed specifically for corner home sites. This home plan is required to include wrap-around architecture to provide visual interest on both the front and corner side yard of the home, and the ability to turn the garage for side entry. An example would be continuing a full -wrap of material accent onto the side fagade, adding a wraparound porch, or facing the home on a diagonal towards the intersection. Confer lot development shall conform to product mix requirements of the previous section. 12. Single-family residences shall have building entry sidewalks that connect directly to a street sidewalk or pathway. Except where sloped topography may justify, the distance between the front door and edge of the sidewalk shall not exceed twenty-five feet (25'). To encourage increased community interactions and feeling, residences are encouraged to have covered, open -front porches that are at least six feet (6') in width. ORDINANCE -Page 10. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd 13. Garages: The home and front yard rather than the garage shall be the primary emphasis of the front elevation. The City encourages the use of side load/swing-in type garages and rear -loaded garages. Where front- loaded garages are to be used, they shall be subservient to the dwelling and shall be set back at least fifteen feet (15') from the front line of the dwelling. 14. Multi -family Housing: Multi -family dwellings, including apartments, duplexes, 3-plexes, 4-plexes, etc., shall be designed to have an outward appearance of a single-family dwelling unless a design deviation is granted as part of the design book approval process. 15. Ground Level Aesthetics: Buildings shall be designed to relate to grade conditions with a minimum of grading and exposed foundation walls, creating easy pedestrian access from sidewalks, parking areas, etc. Commercial or mixed use buildings shall be designed with contrasting ground floor architectural articulation in order to enhance street activity and walkability. Windows, display windows, doors, and arcades must make up at least fifty percent (50%) of street facing facades on the first story of commercial developments. Window shapes and sizes shall be so designed to be compatible from building to building. Tinted windows or windows with reflective film or glass are discouraged at street level. 16. Access: All lots developed for residential purposes shall have frontage along a public roadway, or be rear -loaded with alley access, or front upon a "green court". All retail, civic, and office buildings shall front onto streets. 17. Building Height: Buildings shall have a minimum and maximum number of stories as indicated by the land use areas in the table below, with height measured according to the city's adopted ordinances and standards. The City Council may approve greater building heights than shown in the table below if it identifies site or design characteristics that are unique to the development such as size, scale, topography, or development amenities (e.g., rooftop gardens), that justify allowing greater building heights. Approved structures with additional height may be required to employ suitable "step back" architecture and other architectural features that create a development that is built at the human scale, and is pedestrian friendly and architecturally diverse. ORDINANCE - Page 11. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd Neighborhood Village Town Business & Research Park Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum 1 story 2 stories 1 story' 3 storieS2 1 story' 4 storiesz 1 story' 4 stories' Notes: 1. Vertical architectural elements that make the buildings appear greater than 1 story. 2. "Step back" architecture may be required so that building heights adjacent to public streets are limited to enhance pedestrian design. 18. Lighting: Streetlights shall conform to an approved theme and shall exhibit pedestrian -scaled design and enhance walking safety. For purposes of this section, pedestrian -scaled design means using lighting that is lower in height and more closely spaced than standard street lighting, with heights between twelve to sixteen feet (12'-16'). Additional lighting at crosswalks and crosswalk approaches may be required. 19. Parking: Parking lots between buildings and fitnctionally classified collector and arterial streets are prohibited unless justified through the applicable review approval process on a case-by-case basis. 20. Signage: Proper design and placement of signs and their lighting shall be compatible with structures and uses. Mixed use developments shall have a sign theme which promotes mixed use compatibility. Wall signs, blade signs, and window signs, approved as part of an overall sign theme, are encouraged. 21. Open Space: Significant usable and functionally connected open space shall be provided within the mixed use development, depending upon size, scale, nature, and proximity of other accessible open space amenities in the area of the development. It is the intent of this section that as residential lots decrease in usable private yard areas, that increased community open space be provided to compensate. Approved open space may include, but is not limited to: commons, pocket parks, plazas, outdoor dining, courtyards, natural or manmade landscape features or focal points, fountains, waterfalls, other water features, greenbelts, trail connections, playgrounds, pavilions, and picnic areas. A "village green", as a commons area, may be required adjacent to mass transit connections or other significant activity. Storm water drainage areas may be incorporated into open space designs, provided that open space amenities are provided for within. ORDINANCE - Page 12. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd Construction materials used within open space areas shall be related to the materials of adjacent buildings. Design and texhire shall encourage comfortable and safe pedestrian use, including landscaping, seating areas, and lighting as appropriate. Areas of environmental concern or interest may be required to be preserved, i.e., drainages, steep slopes, connections to trail systems, and water features. Unless otherwise specified through special agreement or understanding with the City, all open space areas shall be commonly owned maintained by property owners or property associations. Section 2. The following addition to Section 18.08.010, Enumeration of Districts, is hereby adopted: K. Creative Community (CC): The purpose of this district is to provide a greenfield planned unit development approval process, to provide for a zone with a mix of land uses that range in intensity than are typically found separately in mutually exclusive, traditional zoning districts and to provide for a departure from traditional zoning to the extent that it encourages a combination of land uses which may be compatible, but have traditionally been separated. This district shall be governed by the provisions of Chapter 18.21, ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS Section 1. Repeal of Conflicting Ordinances. The provisions of any Ordinance of the City and any provision of the Municipal Code which are in conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are repealed to the extent of such conflict. Section 2. Severability. The sections of this ordinance are severable. The invalidity of a section shall not affect the validity of the remaining sections. Section 3. Effective Date. The rule requiring an ordinance to be read on three separate days, one of which shall be a reading in full, is dispensed with, and this Ordinance shall become effective upon its passage, approval and publication. ORDINANCE - Page 13. chubbuck 100218 cc zone ord.wpd SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 778 An ordinance of the City -of Chubbuck, a municipal corporation of the state of Idaho, adopting Chapter 18.21 to provide for a zoning district of Creative Community (CC), setting forth the purposes for such zone, providing how the other provisions of Title 18 and the Chubbuck Municipal Code are applied, providing the mechanism for establishment of a CC zone including the requirement of a master development plan as part of the rezone, requiring a design book containing certain specifications and designations and showing conformance with the master development plan; providing development and design standards including general standards, provisions for building and architectural design and standards; adding the Creative Community (CC) zone to section 18.08.010 as a zoning district; providing for the repeal of conflicting ordinances; providing for the severability of the provisions of this ordinance; providing when this ordinance shall be in effect. The full text of this ordinance is available at the City Clerk's Office, Chubbuck City Offices, 5160 Yellowstone, Chubbuck, ID 83202. 1 have reviewed the foregoing summary and believe it provides a true and correct summary of Ordinance No. 778 and that the surnmary provides adequate notice to the public of the contents of this ordinance. i -- DATED this 17 day of October, 2018. Thomas 1, Holmes City Attorney SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE - Page 1 chuhhuck 100218 sum cc an crd wpd