Unified Development Ordinance, 4th supplement, September 2017

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 8 – 39 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 3 Article 8.7. Utilities | CHAPTER 8. ​SUBDIVISION & SITE PLAN STANDARDS Sec. 8.7.1. Water Supply Article 8.7. Utilities Sec. 8.7.1. Water Supply A. All Public Water Mains All public water mains shall be installed in all public road rights-of-way, except as allowed by the Raleigh Director of Public Utilities to address existing water quality problems or severe topographic or subsurface constraints. B. Within City Limits 1. When a development is located within the corporate limits of the City, the developer shall connect with the City water system and install all water lines, in accordance with this UDO, required to provide public water service to every lot within the development. 2. The developer shall extend water lines along the public road frontage of the tract to the periphery of the development unless otherwise approved by the Raleigh Director of Public Utilities. C. Outside City Limits 1. When a development is located outside the corporate limits of the City, but water facilities are available or are made available at the boundary of the development within 1 year after approval, the developer shall connect to the City water system and install all water lines required to provide water service to every lot within the development, as required in Raleigh City Code §8-2063(b). 2. If connection is made, the developer shall extend water lines along the public road frontage of the tract to the periphery of the development unless otherwise approved by the Raleigh Director of Public Utilities. D. Construction Inside a CM District or Protective Yard 1. Water lines that traverse a CM District or a protective yard for a distance of at least 50 feet or more shall be built with a bend to prevent direct sight view through the district or yard provided that such bend does not exceed a 90-degree angle. 2. The requirement of a bend within a CM District or a protective yard may be waived or modified by the Raleigh Director of Public Utilities where the CM District or a protective yard fails to contain a vegetative screen. E. Community Water Systems 1. Developments located outside the corporate limits of the City but within the extra-territorial jurisdictional area of Raleigh and located within the utility service area as shown on Map PU-1 of the Raleigh 2030 Comprehensive Plan that install or propose to install community sanitary sewer systems must install the system in accordance with the City design, materials and construction standards and methods. 2. The design, materials and construction standards and methods are subject to the same regulations as if the community water system was connected to the City of Raleigh water system. 3. If the conditions of N.C. Gen. Stat. §160A-374 are met by the City, full dedication of a community water system, including all wells, pumps and utility lines, is required. Sec. 8.7.2. Sewage Disposal A. Within City Limits 1. When a development is located within the corporate limits of the City, the developer shall connect to the City sewer system of the City in accordance with this UDO and install all sewer lines required to provide sewer service to every lot within the development. 2. The developer shall extend sewer lines to the periphery of the development as required by the Public Utilities Director. B. Outside City Limits 1. When a development is located outside the corporate limits of the City, but sewer facilities are available or are made available at the boundary of the development within 1 year after approval, the developer shall connect to the City sewer system and install all sewer lines required to provide sewer service to every lot within the development, unless: a. Grades are such that the sewer facilities would not be of service to the development; or b. There is insufficient off-site sewer capacity to serve the development.

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