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(A) On residential streets, poles and lights shall be installed but the lights shall not be energized until a particular block is substantially developed (twenty-five (25) percent), unless the agreement between the Show Low street lighting improvement district and the utility provides otherwise.

(B) Street lights shall be installed at all major intersections and on streets with an average lot size of ten thousand (10,000) square feet or less, at all intersections, and at the end of all cul-de-sacs and in no case more than one thousand (1,000) foot intervals.

(C) Distribution lines and street light circuits shall be placed underground.

(D) Where street light lines are to be installed, the developer shall provide adequate easements for public utilities (to include side lot lines if necessary).

(E) Poles for street lights shall be located behind proposed or existing sidewalks where normal rights-of-way exist.

(F) Street lights which are installed on residential streets shall be light-emitting diode (LED), with twenty-five (25) foot mounting height.

(G) Street lights which are installed at intersections of collector and arterial roads shall be light-emitting diode (LED), with thirty (30) foot mounting height.

(H) Lamps must be fully shielded, meaning that the fixture shall be shielded in such a manner that light rays emitted by the fixture, either directly from the lamp or indirectly from the fixture, are projected below a horizontal plane running through the lowest point on the fixture where light is emitted, as required by A.R.S. Title 49, Chapters 1101 to 1106.

(I) If a street turns in such a way that intersection lighting cannot adequately cover the length of the street, mid-block lighting shall be provided.

(J) This specification shall not be construed to prevent the requirement of additional street lighting in cases where special circumstances may make additional street lighting reasonable or necessary.

(K) Any street lights maintained by the city shall contain a cut-off switch.

(L) Decorative lights shall be maintained by the homeowners association (nonstandard fixture).

(M) Street lights shall conform to Chapter 19.110, Outdoor Light Control. (Ord. No. 2008-12, §§ 1, 2, 9-16-08; Ord. No. 2019-02, § 1, 2-5-19. 1976 Code § 12-3-9)