Sec. 25-20-30. Condominium new construction.

(a) Conditional Use Permit Application. The application for a conditional use permit for new condominium construction shall be processed pursuant to the provisions of Article 27 as well as the provisions herein.
(b) Development Standards. The following development standards shall apply to each application for a conditional use permit for new condominium construction.
(1) Off-Street Parking. The dimensions, location and use of such parking shall be subject to the provisions of Article 23.
(2) Number of Units. At least four individual dwelling units shall be included within the proposed project.
(3) Utilities.
(A) Sewer. Each condominium unit shall have a separate sewer service hookup.
(B) Water. Each condominium unit shall have a separate water service hookup or shutoff.
(C) Gas. Each condominium unit shall have a separate gas service where gas is a necessary utility.
(D) Electricity. Each condominium unit shall have a separate electrical service, with separate meters and disconnects and ground fault interrupters where and as required by city code.
(4) Sound Attenuation. Each condominium unit shall comply with California’s Noise Insulation Standards (Cal. Admin. Code Section 1092).
(5) Fire Safety. Each condominium unit shall have a one-hour fire separation on its floor and on each wall common to itself and an adjacent unit including attic space.
(6) Ownership Organization. All condominium projects shall provide an ownership association responsible for the care and maintenance of all common areas and common improvements and any other interest common to the condominium owners. Complete and true copies of all covenants, conditions, and restrictions, articles of incorporation, and by-laws shall be subject to review and approval by the city prior to occupancy as a condominium unit. The city of Woodland may be made a third party beneficiary to all or any portion of the covenants, conditions, and restrictions, as deemed appropriate.
(7) Building Code Requirements. Each unit of a condominium project, and all commonly owned portions of a condominium building shall comply with applicable building code standards. Nothing herein shall be construed to prevent or prohibit the applicant or the city from providing or requiring building standards greater than those set forth in the building code where the greater standards are found to be necessary to carry out the purposes and objectives set forth herein.
(8) New condominium construction shall be subject to the development standards and other provisions of Article 21. (Amended during the March 2009 supplement.)