A. Applicant will be required to submit plans demonstrating that the golf course is designed, constructed and maintained in accordance with environmental practices as set out in Environmental Principles for Golf Courses in the United States or United States Golf Association guidelines or similar and which meet the following conditions:
1. Emphasis shall be placed upon the design of irrigation, drainage and retention systems that provide for the efficient use of water. Drainage and storm water retention systems should be incorporated to help provide for both the short and long term irrigation needs of the maintained turf and the un-maintained areas of the course. Storm water retention systems may require an appropriate surface water right from the Arizona Department of Water Resources.
2. The course shall be designed with sustainable maintenance in mind. The design shall incorporate resource conservation strategies that are environmentally responsible, efficient and cost effective. (Prior code § 4-17-2)