Adequate Public Facilities
To provide for the public health, safety and welfare, it is essential that development occur only
when adequate municipal or public facilities and services are available or will be available
concurrent with development or are funded in the most current two-year City budget cycle.
This map provides general information on areas accessible to major streets that are improved
to City Standards.
Transportation facilities to support new development are considered adequate if the proposed
development is connected to a collector or arterial road or expressway constructed to an
acceptable cross-section with sufficient capacity to serve the development as defined by the City.
Project-specific traffic studies to be provided by the developer and accepted by the City shall be
required in order to make a final adequacy determination. Proposed developments must also be
consistent with adopted City documents.