§42-240.3
Determining Project Density Type
A low-density project:
A.
Has no more than two (2) dwelling units per acre or 24 percent built-upon area for all residential and
non-residential development; and
B.
The overall density of a project is at or below the relevant low-density threshold (and which may
contain areas with a density greater than the overall project density, provided the project meets or
exceeds the post construction model practices for low-density projects and, to the maximum extent
practicable, locates the higher-density portion in upland areas and away from surface waters and
drainage ways). 
A high-density project is anything that exceeds the thresholds outlined herein above.