In addition to the design standards contained in PMC 25.180.050 the following standards shall be required for landscaping in the following areas:
(1) Sandifur Parkway Standards. Properties abutting Sandifur Parkway, from Broadmoor Boulevard to Road 68, shall, at the time of development or redevelopment as provided herein, landscape all areas between the back of curb and the property line. This landscape area shall contain a five-foot wide meandering sidewalk approved by the City Engineer. Every 140 linear feet of landscaped area shall contain one six-to-seven-foot Colorado blue spruce; three, two-inch caliper Greenspire lindens, 35 15-to-18-inch tall Blue Chip junipers; 26 15-to-18-inch tall Gold Star potentillas; 24 12-to-15-inch tall dwarf Oregon-grapes; and 25 18-to-42-inch tall dwarf winged euonymus shrubs. All but the Colorado blue spruce shall be on a 12-inch-high berm between the curb and the sidewalk. Polyedging shall be used at all turf and shrub bed borders. Except for the shrub bed areas and sidewalk the remainder of the landscaped area shall be planted with lawn. An automatic irrigation system shall be provided.
(2) Broadmoor Boulevard Standards.
(a) Properties abutting Broadmoor Boulevard from I-182 to Sandifur Parkway shall, at the time of development or redevelopment, as provided herein, landscape the undeveloped portion of the right-of-way. The landscaped design shall include a curvilinear shrub bed containing 77 two-and-one-half-inch caliper Columnar “Armstrong” maple trees; 156 15-to-18-inch wide mugo pine; and 198 15-to-18-inch dwarf winged euonymus shrubs. The remainder of the area is to be planted with lawn and 16 two-and-one-half-inch caliper Thundercloud plum trees. Polyedging shall be used at all lawn and shrub bed borders. An automatic irrigation system shall be provided.
(b) Properties abutting Broadmoor Boulevard, from I-182 south to the FCID right-of-way, shall at the time of development or redevelopment, as provided herein, landscape the undeveloped portion of the right-of-way. The landscaped design shall include a curvilinear five-foot-wide sidewalk and alternating pattern of Amur maple trees spaced every 50 feet. The remainder of the area is to be planted with lawn. An automatic irrigation system shall be provided.
(3) Chapel Hill Boulevard. Properties abutting Chapel Hill Boulevard from Broadmoor Boulevard to Finnhorse Lane shall at the time of development improve Chapel Hill Boulevard with a 12-foot landscaped median containing Amur maple trees every 50 feet. The remainder of the area is to be planted with lawn. An automatic irrigation system shall be provided.
(4) Shelter Belt. The Shelter Belt is a landscaped buffer identified in the Comprehensive Plan that is to be located north of East Lewis Street and east of Oregon Avenue. Commercial properties abutting the Shelter Belt shall at the time of development or redevelopment as provided herein provide a vegetative and structural screen between areas designated for future commercial and residential land uses in the Comprehensive Plan. All commercial properties abutting residentially designated lands shall provide a 15-foot landscaped area along the property line between the commercial property and the future residential property. This landscaped area shall contain one pine tree every 40 linear feet, alternating with one Blue Chip juniper every 40 feet. Other tree species may be planted as approved by the Director of Administrative and Community Services.
(5) Oregon Avenue. All properties fronting on Oregon Avenue shall at the time of development or redevelopment as provided herein install lawn with street trees every 50 feet in the required landscaping area on Oregon Avenue. The lawn shall provide 100 percent coverage of the required landscaped area.
(6) Perpetual Maintenance. The developer, the owner(s), their agent(s) and assign(s) of commercial or industrial property shall be responsible for providing for the continued maintenance of all landscaped areas within the public right-of-way. The developer of residential properties abutting major streets requiring planting strips in the public right-of-way shall provide a common area fee as determined through the platting process for the repair and maintenance of said planting strips. The common area fees shall be deposited in the Boulevard Perpetual Maintenance Fund account to cover the cost of maintenance and repairs.