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Impact fee: a payment of money imposed upon new development and possibly redevelopment as a condition of development approval to pay for new or expanded public facilities needed to serve new growth as provided for in this title.

Impervious surface coverage: the percentage of total area of a parcel, including setback areas, that is covered by hard surface material that does not allow water to infiltrate into the ground, or has a runoff coefficient of nine-tenths (0.90) or more. Examples of impervious surfaces include roofs, standard asphalt or concrete pavement, and gravel driving surfaces.

In-kind mitigation/compensation: replacement of critical areas with substitute areas whose characteristics and functions closely approximate or improve those destroyed or degraded by a regulated activity.

In-water utility: infrastructure related to public infrastructure for domestic water, stormwater, wastewater, or power generation, which by nature and common design must be located in or in the immediate vicinity of a river, stream, or lake.

Inadequate street condition: any street condition, whether existing on the street system or created by a new development’s access or impact on the street system, which jeopardizes the safety of all street users, as determined by the City Engineer.

Incidental sign: a small informational sign not legible from the public right-of-way intended for the convenience of the public while on the premises.

Individual transportation and taxi: an establishment engaged in furnishing individual or small group transportation by motor vehicle.

Industry use: all activities involved in the processing or fabricating of a product. (Ord. 2401, 2020)