(1) Adequate and proper right-of-way improvements shall be required at the time adjoining property is developed and shall be required on all property. As a minimum a three-quarter street standard will be required if the property being developed only fronts on one side of the street.
(2) Adequate and proper right-of-way improvements shall include curb, gutter, sidewalk, illumination, traffic control devices, drainage control, engineered road bases, asphalt driving and parking lanes, and monumentation. All such improvements shall be approved by the City prior to construction and acceptance. The three-quarter street standard shall include curb, gutter and sidewalk on the developed side and a minimum of two complete traffic lanes.
(3) The developer of real property shall be responsible for installing the required improvements within the respective half of right-of-way width abutting the real property being developed, provided such improvements consist of at least two traffic lanes.
(4) Minimum sidewalk widths, not including the six-inch curb, shall not be less than the minimum dimension for sidewalks as follows:
(a) Residential zones: four and one-half feet;
(b) Commercial zones: six and one-half feet. [Ord. 4454A § 3, 2019; Ord. 4454 § 3, 2019; Ord. 3398 § 2, 1999; Code 1970 § 26.12.030.]