Township of Eagleswood, NJ
Ocean County
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The following construction improvements shall be required in all major subdivisions:
All new dedicated streets, all existing unimproved dedicated streets and all widened portions of improved existing streets shall be paved with one inch of FABC top course on 1 1/2 inches of FABC bottom course on a six-inch gravel base course. In lieu of the gravel base course, the developer may select to substitute three inches of bituminous stabilized base course. The above pavement section shall apply to marginal, minor and collector streets only. Arterial streets shall be constructed of a pavement section determined by the Township Engineer based upon traffic volumes and composition. When required by the Engineer, traffic striping shall be included.
All streets which are to be paved or widened shall have concrete curbs along all paved edges.
Shade trees every 50 feet along all street frontages.
One new street name sign at every street intersection.
Concrete control monuments at every corner of the outside boundary of the entire subdivision, at the intersection of the outside boundary of the entire subdivision with one side of all new and existing streets, at any two corners of every street intersection and at all other locations required by N.J.S.A. 46:26B-1 et seq.[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
Stormwater collection system, including all appurtenant improvements, approved by the Township Engineer.
Final lot grading and vegetative ground cover.
Grading, vegetative ground cover, equipment and other physical facilities in all park and recreation areas when such have been required by the Land Use Board.
Sanitary sewage collection system connected to the existing Eagleswood Municipal Utilities Authority's system. (Individual disposal systems are permitted only when specifically approved by all local and state agencies.)
Public water distribution system with hydrants so located that no building within the subdivision shall be more than 600 feet from a hydrant. (Individual water supply systems are permitted only when specifically approved by all local and state agencies.)
Construction improvements.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 2004-20]
Underground telephone service lines, underground electric distribution lines, underground cable service, together with a streetlighting system, shall be installed. Streetlights shall be of a type approved by resolution of the Township Committee and the electric utility serving the proposed development. The developer shall pay the full cost for initial installation of any poles, wiring, conduit, streetlights and accessories and shall install a contributor fixture light. The operation and maintenance costs shall be borne by the developer until such time as the municipality assumes payment for the operation and maintenance costs of said streetlighting.
Poles shall be 30 feet in height or as approved by the Township Land Use Board. Streetlights shall be placed at a minimum at all street intersections, at all culs-de-sac and at bends in the roadway. Additional streetlights may be required for safety.
Traffic control signs and devices as shown on the preliminary plan and approved.
Sidewalks shall be constructed in accordance with Residential Site Improvement Standards. Along Route 9, sidewalks shall comply with the streetscape provisions of the Township, which are on file at the Clerk's office.
[Added 7-23-2007 by Ord. No. 2007-11]
All the above improvements shall be constructed in accordance with the design standards contained in Article VII and the construction specifications contained in Article VIII of this chapter.