1. Third party notice shall be required by the city for all new site plan, conditional uses, subdivisions, variances, alteration of nonconforming uses, zone map and general plan map changes, appeals heard by the board of adjustments, and for other land use applications that the planning director determines to have more than routine significance and for which the surrounding property owners should be notified in order to protect the public interest.
2. Not less than ten (10) calendar days before the first public meeting or public hearing required for land use applications listed in subsection (1) of this section, each notice shall:
a. Be mailed and addressed to the record owner of each parcel within five hundred feet (500') of the subject property if said property is residential or eight hundred feet (800') if said property is nonresidential; or
b. Be posted on the subject property with a sign of sufficient size, durability, print quality, and location that it is reasonably calculated to give notice to passers-by.
3. If the city mails notice to third party property owners within subsection (2)(a) of this section, it shall mail equivalent notice to property owners within an adjacent jurisdiction. (Ord. 2018-3 § 1, amended, 2018; Ord. 2009-8, amended, 2009)