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04-00500262 FOR OFFICE,SE ONLY .`•� P&Z CASE NO.: � • Ir)1/4 DATE SUBMITTED: I COLLEGE STATION FINAL PLAT APPLICATION (Check one) ❑ Minor ❑ AmendingFinal 11 Vacating ❑ Replat ($300.00) ($300.00) $400.00) ($400.00) ($600.00)* PULS 2eXlra Sheers *Includes public hearing fee The following items must be submitted by an established filing deadline date for P&Z Commission consideration. MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: • Filing Fee (see above) NOTE: Multiple Sheets - $55.00 per additional sheet (2 x $f(0) N/A Variance Request to Subdivision Regulations - $100 (if applicable) ✓` Development Permit Application Fee of$200.00 (if applicable). Infrastructure Inspection Fee of$600.00 (applicable if any public infrastructure is being constructed) ✓ Application completed in full. NA- Copy of original deed restrictions/covenants for replats (if applicable). v Thirteen (13) folded copies of plat. (A signed mylar original must be submitted after staff review.) One (1) copy of the approved Preliminary Plat and/or one (1) Master Plan (if applicable). V Paid tax certificates from City of College Station, Brazos County and College Station I.S.D. `/ A copy of the attached checklist with all items checked off or a brief explanation as to why they are not. v Two (2) copies of public infrastructure plans associated with this plat (if applicable). ,/ Parkland Dedication requirement approved by the Parks & Recreation Board, please provide proof of approval (if applicable). Date of Preapplication Conference: F- ti k ' a' 7.004- NAME OF SUBDIVISION L tAOA-VY1 S SR- - �S JY t V t S crv' - Phase 2• goad SPECIFIED LOCATION OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION (Lot & Block) Sou.-'(n o-cernr s lit �_rte_' k Roc �{ rc��Y L� -ROasa. Ca& &S Cr • APPLICANT/PROJECT MANAGER'S INFORMATION (Primary Contact for the Project): Name n� t Actine_k 3o kf Sor% ,.Q.IAS a-v-1 L_ P. Street Address 140O Sot,A--1 4 CO w►w►i�reA Str.P..e ' City C iff s.vv)c�-vi IN.� Zip Code/ -7(o'r34" E-Mail Address / Phone Number (?j2 \1 6.jZ� � 4 Z " Fax Number (32-S )& Z'S -54.,-"/-2— PROPERTY ---- PROPERTY OWNER'S INFORMATION: l- Name J'JP JCUAt Joey, Ot.v c �r�V{'SfYYlr n.f S� - P• Street Address k LOO So,,:-1-4ACo✓`n'fley-c e.i SVa J' City Co(-e_vi vt v1 J State )( Zip Code 1(A31-1- E-Mail Address Phone Number (32V) (D2)5- 21-11- Fax Number (37-'5)(07-`j-- ARCHITECT 3ZS)(aZ-' -ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER'S INFORMATION: Name 1-,.Q.k.r0-Nil Joe ce.ku.IkI ?.E • Street Address C10-1 Cireinartnn ...0a City Co (( Je 'ir5v1 State 1 )(. n Zip Code 11c64-5" E-Mail Address bescinLJ C -t lov •Vi Phone Number (t1') i� ' 114--5 Fax Number rq/q) jolt-715 6/13/03 • DOES n(or ( -- DE- 0,134 - c.l R04A) eiu+ for {w- Ruck-Wa.“-i e.it.4. Is there a temporary blanket easement o his property? If so, please provide the Volume iv Or and Page# Acreage - Total Property SI) •02-eta. Total #Of Lots 37 R-O-W Acreage 6, c 5-az Existing Use: \k3LL&v f Proposed Use: fared stir14�t �� re<, devtha-I Number Of Lots By Zoning District 3(- J I Average Acreage Of Each Residential Lot By Zoning District: I.4o / AO-R. / / / Floodplain Acreage 13.61 1 at , A statement addressing any differences between the Final Plat and approved Master Plan and/or Preliminary Plat (if applicable): Requested Variances To Subdivision Regulations & Reason For Same: 191/eV I ol)S� u D t l '&rt xt9AA inn v AO.AA-' Aitetk Requested Oversize articipation: y�ytPJ Total Linear Footage of Parkland Dedication due prior to filing the Final Plat: Proposed Public: ACREAGE: 3�c113 Streets Sidewalks # of acres to be dedicated + $ development fee Sanitary Sewer Lines # of acres in floodplain X14'$ Water Lines # of acres in detention 'Z53 Channels # of acres in greenways tZ t Storm Sewers (C ( r ) OR Bike Lanes / Paths FEE IN LIEU OF LAND: 340 # of Single-Family Dwelling Units X $556 = $ 2-01 01(0 4/Zo(ZC04— (date) Approved by Parks & Recreation Board NOTE: DIGITAL COPY OF PLAT MUST BE SUBMITTED PRIOR TO FILING. The applicant has prepared this application and certifies that the facts stated herein and exhibits attached hereto are true, correct, and complete. The undersigned hereby requests approval by the City of College Station of the above-identified final plat and attests that this request does not amend any covenants or restrictions associated with this plat. 1 , , I /z'/vq 161z g/a cf •. g i nature .id Title Date � 6!13-03 SUPPLEMENTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT INFORMATION Application is hereby made for the following development specific site/waterway alterations: Wi&w S ( Lk- lodivisiovi- i' ,ase Z. rjrecv-il ro ) d�aih e_. a-va wa -QA-uv A cons -1 cry . ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: I, J(Xyl CA Jo kvi Soul , design engineer/owner, hereby acknowledge or affirm that: The information and conclusions contained in the above plans and supporting documents comply with the current requirements of the City of College Station, Texas City Code, Chapter 13 and its associated Drainage Policy and Design Standards. As a condition of approval of this permit application, I agree to construct the improvements proposed in this ape lication according to these documents and the requirements of Cha ter 1 th Co ege Station City Code. 4111 / P .• Y•ert Own (�F s) r—sI `e� CERTIFICATIONS: (for proposed alterations within designated flood hazard areas.) A.I, certify that any nonresidential structure on or proposed to be on this site as part of this application is designated to prevent damage to the structure or its contents as a result of flooding from the 100 year storm. Engineer Date B. I, certify that the finished floor elevation of the lowest floor, including any basement, of any residential structure, proposed as part of this application is at or above the base flood elevation established in the latest Federal Insurance Administration Flood Hazard Study and maps, as amended. Engineer Date C. I, 3c . -P. SC 1 F T�\ rtify that the alterations or development covered by this permit shall not diminish the flood-carrying caf 'of' I' y adjoining or crossing this permitted site and that such alterations or development are consistent�wi� r e • 'the City of College Station City Code, Chapter 13 concerning encroac ents of floodw—i, a',•.. flood fringe9.*) i i. E' P. SCHULTZ i(__ _� it 4 .4.58$9 :�<u�e Date Engineer �f�pt�Rc�GJ7, rc-4.:;$ As D. I, �e� S/i �..c certify that the proposed alterations do not raise the level of the 100 year flood above elevation established'�'�1"thetat St Federal Insurance Administration Flood Hazard Study. Engineer Date Conditions or comments as part of approval: In accordance with Chapter 13 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, measures shall be taken to insure that debris from construction, erosion, and sedimentation shall not be deposited in city streets, or existing drainage facilities. All development shall be in accordance with the plans and specifications submitted to and approved by the City Engineer for the above named project. All of the applicable codes and ordinances of the City of College Station shall apply. 613'03 SUBMIT APPLICATION AND THIS 11,04- LIST CHECKED OFF WITH 13 FOLDED COPIES OF PLAT FOR REVIEW COLLEGE STATION FINAL PLAT MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (ALL CITY ORDINANCES MUST BE MET) INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: (Requirements based on field survey and marked by monuments and markers.) F/ 1. Drawn on 24" x 36" sheet to scale of 100' per inch or larger. It✓ 2. Vicinity map which includes enough of surrounding area to show general location of subject property in relationship to College Station and its City Limits. No scale required but include north arrow. ( ✓ 3. Title Block with the following information: ni Name and address of subdivider, recorded owner, planner, engineer and surveyor. Proposed name of subdivision. (Subdivision name & street names will be approved through Brazos County 911.) (Replats need to retain original subdivision name.) rid Date of preparation. Pi./ Engineer's scale in feet. r), Total area intended to be developed. RI 4. North Arrow. 5. Subdivision boundary indicated by heavy lines. 6. If more than 1 sheet, an index sheet showing entire subdivision at a scale of 500 feet per inch or larger. r7-`✓ 7. All applicable certifications based on the type of final plat. Ely Ownership and Dedication PJ Surveyor and/or Engineer L' City Engineer (and City Planner, if a minor plat) HJ Planning and Zoning Commission (delete if minor plat) QV Brazos County Clerk Eli Brazos County Commissioners Court Approval (ETJ Plats only) EIV 8. Paid tax certificates. JF' 9. If submitting a replat where there are existing improvements, submit a survey of the subject property showing the improvements to ensure that no encroachments will be created. -tJ 10. If using private septic systems, add a general note on the plat that no private sewage facility may be installed on any lot in this subdivision without the issuance of a license by the Brazos County Health Unit under the provisions of the private facility regulations adopted by the Commissioner's Court of Brazos County, pursuant to the provisions of Section 21.004 of the Texas Water Code. riv 11. Location of the 100 Year Floodplain and floodway, if applicable, according to the most recent available data. 12. Lot corner markers and survey monuments (by symbol) and clearly tied to basic survey data. 13. Matches the approved preliminary plat and/or master development plan. 4 6,13;03 ,/f4. The location and description with accurate dimensions, bearings or deflection angles and radii, area, center angle, degree of curvature, tangent distance and length of all curves for all of the following: (Show existing items that are intersecting or contiguous with the boundary of or forming a boundary with the subdivision, as well as, those within the subdivision). Existing Proposed H' ❑ Streets. Continuous or end in a cul-de-sac, stubbed out streets must end into a temp turn around unless they are shorter than 100 feet. 1-1,1 M./ Public and private R.O.W. locations and widths. (All existing and proposed R.O.W.'s sufficient to meet Thoroughfare Plan.) i✓ Ej Street offsets and/or intersection angles meet ordinance. Alleys. ❑JEJ/A ❑-J Easements. R:J A number or letter to identify each lot or site and each block. nqA PJ Greenbelt area/park linkages/parkland dedication ( All proposed dedications must be reviewed by the Parks and Recreation Board prior to P & Z Commission consideration.) 15. Construction documents for all public infrastructure drawn on 24" x 36" sheets and properly sealed by a Licensed Texas Professional Engineer that include the following: pr Street, alley and sidewalk plans, profiles and sections. One sheet must show the overall street, alley and/or sidewalk layout of the subdivision. (may be combined with other utilities). t Sanitary sewer plan and profile showing depth and grades. One sheet must show the overall sewer layout of the subdivision. (Utilities of sufficient size/depth to meet the • utility master plan and any future growth areas.) `7• Q' Water line plan showing fire hydrants, valves, etc. with plan and profile lines showing depth and grades. One sheet must show the overall water layout of the subdivision. (Utilities of sufficient size/depth to meet the utility master plan and any future growth areas.) 2 Storm drainage system plan with contours, street profile, inlets, storm sewer and drainage channels, with profiles and sections. Drainage and runoff areas, and runoff based on 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 year rain intensity. Detailed drainage structure design, channel lining design & detention if used. One sheet must show the overall drainage layout of the subdivision. --A' -n Detailed cost estimates for all public infrastructure listed above sealed by Texas P.E. R Drainage Report. R" Erosion Control Plan (must be included in construction plans). rel 16. All off-site easements necessary for infrastructure construction must be shown on the final plat with a volume and page listed to indicate where the separate instrument easements were filed. Separate instrument easements must be filed prior or concurrently with Final Plat. i 17. Are there impact fees associated with this development? ❑ Yes No Impact fees for R-1, R-2, & R-3 zoned final plats, must be paid prior to filing. 18. Will any construction occur in TexDOT rights-of-way? Yes EI-No If yes, TexDOT permit must be submitted along with the construction documents. NOTE: 1. We will be requesting the corrected Final Plat to be submitted in digital form if available prior to filing the plat at the Courthouse. 2. If the construction area is greater than 5 acres, EPA Notice of Intent (NOI) must be submitted prior to issuance of a development permit. 0r 13;03 WILLIAMS CREEK PHASE 2 (FP) (04-00500262) Engineering Review Comments No. 1 1. One of the lanes on either side of the proposed medians needs to be at least 20' wide for emergency vehicles. 2. Median will need to be platted as common area or a PIP submitted. 3. Regarding the driveway culvert sizing information provided: Are the driveway culverts concrete with end treatments? At one time it was talked about putting that requirement in the deed restrictions. I don't see any material requirement with what was turned in. Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: March 17, 2005 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City of College Station will constitute a completely new review. Page 2 of 2 Response to Staff Review Comments No. 2 Williams Creek—Phase 2 Engineering: 1. The drainage ditch velocity calculations using Manning's Equation, (n=0.035, "V"Bottom ditch, 4H:1V side slopes) are provided in Appendix D of the drainage report. All areas where the ditch velocities exceed 6 fps have concrete riprap in the ditch. 2. A swale will be constructed to direct the drainage from these lots to Rock Prairie Road or Williams Creek Drive. The design of the swale is shown on sheet 7 of 12. 3. Air relief valve added. 4. The cross section of the roadway has been revised as noted. 5. Noted. Additional Comments: An additional revision to the drawings is the addition of concrete ribbon curb as the shoulder material instead of base material at the intersections and around the bulb of the cul-de-sac. This matches what was done in Phase 1 of the Subdivision. Also, the concrete riprap in the roadside ditches for Old May Court was omitted in the drawings. This riprap has been added to the Plan and Profile drawing for Old May Court. TXCoN a -�= TRANSMITTAL Date: November 17, 2004 To: Bridgette George Development Coordinator Development Services City of College Station From: Ginger Urso, P.E. Texcon General Contractors 1707 Graham Road College Station, Texas 77845 Phone: (979) 764-7743 Subject: Final Plat -Revised Williams Creek Subdivision Phase 2 College Station, Texas Remarks: Attached are 2 copies of the Revised Final Plat for the above-mentioned project. The Plat has been revised to include an index sheet and temporary access easements have been shown at each end of Johnson Creek Loop for the temporary street turnarounds, which will be constructed. These easements will be dedicated by separate instrument. Also, due to the existing topography, the construction of the typical street section will require more than the 70' right-of-way for the north section of Johnson Creek Loop. Slope easements have been added to plat on the lots along this street to allow for the street construction. Let me know if you need anything else or have any questions. STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: WILLIAMS CREEK PHASE 2 (FP) - 04-00500262 CONSTRUCTION PLANS ENGINEERING 1. On roadside drainage ditches that have a slope greater than 3%, it appears that the flow in the channel will exceed the 6 ft/sec maximum allowed velocity for sod. What other options do you wish to propose? 2. What grading and drainage options are available for Lots 1, 3, 4 and 5 Block 4? Reviewed by: Spencer Thompson Date: November 24, 2004 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and"bubbled"on your plans.Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed of out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. t (PRELIMINARY - WAITING ON BTU COMMENTS) STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: WILLIAMS CREEK SUBDIVISION PHASE II (FP) 04-00500262 PLANNING/ENGINEERING 1. Per the Final Plat application check list: #6. If more than one sheet, an index sheet showing entire subdivision at a scale of 500 feet per inch or larger. Please provide an over all index lay-out on one sheet. 2. The construction drawings show the temporary turn a-rounds to be outside the platted boundary of the construction phase line. Will easements be dedicated by plat or by separate easement? Please include this information on the plat. 3. Drainage report and construction document comments will be returned at a later date. Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves/Spencer Thompson Date: 11-11-04 COLLEGE STATION ELECTRIC 1. College Station Utilities will provide electric service to lots 5 & 6 of Block 4. 2. Developer installs conduit per city specs and design. 3. Developer provides digital AutoCAD 2000 version of plat, email to tmichals@cstx.gov 4. Once we receive the digital plan College Station Utilities will provide developer an electric system design plan for the installation of conduit. 5. To discuss any of the above electrical comments, please contact Tony Michalsky at 979.764.3438. 6. Bryan Texas Utilities will provide electric service for remaining lots and street-lighting for development. Reviewed by: Tony Michalsky Date: 11-09-04 SANITATION 1. Johnson Creek Loop needs to show a temporary turnaround on both ends. Reviewed by: Wally Urrutia Date: 11-04-04 Jennifer Reeves-SDCSNov4.doc Page 1 I MEMORANDUM To: City of College Station From: Karl Nelson, TxDOT Date: November 9,2004 Subject: SITE DEVELOPMENT COMMENTS ---November 4,2004 � NEW DEVELOPMENT IN COLLEGE STATION - WEEK OF 11 -04-04 1. Edelweiss Business Ctr(Blk 2)(Amend.Plat)(FM 2154) : If no additional access is required, No Comment. Appropriate data will be required for any future permits @ this development site. 2. Williams Creek Subdivision Ph 2 (Final Plat) : No Comment. 3. Century Hill(Preliminary Plat)(SH 6) : Access driveways to the SH 6 East Frontage Road must meet TxDOT's "Regulations for Access to State Highways". Regulations are primarily based on posted speed limits and distances between proposed& adjacent access points. Where posted speed limits are 50 MPH or more the required spacing between access points is required to be 425'. Appropriate data will be required for any future permits @ this development site. >>>"Mandi Alford"<Malford(d cstx.dov> The following attachment is the list of new development projects submitted to Development Services this week.(11/04/04) Mandi Alford Staff Assistant City of College Station p Develo ment Services 1101 Texas Avenue College Station,Tx 77840 (979)764-3570 MEMORANDUM November 19, 2004 TO: Planning and Zoning Commission FROM: Jennifer Reeves Email: jreeves@cstx.gov SUBJECT: Final Plat -Williams Creek Phase 2 (FP) Item: Consideration, discussion, and possible action on a Final Plat for Williams Creek Phase 2 consisting of 36 Lots on 57 acres generally located at Greens Prairie Road and Rock Prairie Road East. (04-00500262) Applicant: Joe & Janet Johnson, Land and Investments, L.P., Owners Staff Recommendations: Staff recommends approval as submitted. Item Summary: This item is for consideration of a Final Plat for Phase 2 of the Williams Creek subdivision. The subject property is zoned AO-R and comes under Chapter 9, Section 12, Subdivision Regulations. The plat meets the requirements of the subdivision regulations and Section 12.Variances to Sections 12-1.5 Half Streets, 12-1.11 Pavement Standards, 12-K.1 Block Length,12-J.2 Utility Easements,12-R.3 Sanitary Sewer Master Plan were granted by the Commission at the 6/17/04 meeting for consideration of the Preliminary Plat and Section 15-Ownership located in CCN area of Wellborn Special Utility District for Sections12-K, for Blocks 1&3 adjacent to Johnson Creek Loop were granted October 28, 2004 (see note #11 on plat). The City Council approved the sewer master plan on 8/9/04. Wellborn SUD will supply the Subdivision with domestic water and fire flow. BTU will supply the majority of lots with electric service except as noted on the plat. Sewer will be by OSSF. Comprehensive Plan Considerations: The Land Use Plan shows this area as Single- family residential, low density. Thoroughfare: Greens Prairie Road is shown as a major arterial on the Thoroughfare Plan. Rock Prairie Road from Greens Prairie Road is shown as a major collector. Parkland Dedication: Fee in lieu of land as recommended by the Parks Board. Open Space Dedication: None. Attachments: 1. Area map 2. Aerial 3. Application STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: WILLIAMS CREEK PHASE 2 (FP) - 04-00500262 CONSTRUCTION PLANS ENGINEERING 1. On roadside drainage ditches that have a slope greater than 3%, it appears that the flow in the channel will exceed the 6 ft/sec maximum allowed velocity for sod. What other options do you wish to propose? 2. What grading and drainage options are available for Lots 1, 3, 4 and 5 Block 4? 3. Air relief valve needed on 12-in at Sta. 33+30. 4. Cross section of roadway should have ditch more in center. 5. Culvert on Rock Prairie Road needs attention. I'll check with City Staff to determine what can be done. Reviewed by: Spencer Thompson Date: November 24, 2004 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and"bubbled"on your plans.Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed of out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. l) I ot A '°\ PREAPPLICATION CONFERENCE The purpose of a preapplication conference is to meet the City staff that will be involved with your development and identify general issues that need further analysis. Along with the discussion of these major issues, staff will talk about the development process, distribute necessary information and discuss what permits will be required for your particular development. This meeting is in no way a complete review of your project. Staff will perform a formal thorough review once the minimum requirements are submitted for your particular development. 114-10 � Date of Meeting: j1f Iff C Time: -T. Date plans due by (noon):4/3/ O/ �-S Applicant: . 1i � tW11""L Phone Number: - o L - 7-7 43 Property Owner: Phone Number: Project Location/Legal description (including # of acres): \M► 11 LCuons Cti-e.t-1&-Sud d i v i 31 rY s i /LQ ({0,'e " Proposal (type of development - retails, apts, SF, restaurant, etc.): (.u►bfl 1 v i,i mn --V eS i s-vd Iri ia5 ) G City Staff Present: ®' oey Dunn 0 Alan Gibbs ❑(eve Smith 5 Bridgette George 0 Spencer Thompson Cd Jerry Duffey ❑>lolly Hitchcock [ Carol Cotter 0 [9"Jennifer Reeves 0 yristan Clann 0 ❑ Jennifer ProchazkaPEr 0 _: L a aim 0 Others in attendance: ,b IT. , to `, GIAllit1(9/6 a5ino Issues to contact applicant back on: Development Issues: ' 0,w-A 'A0 UG Picticui _, Rd Land Use/Zoning (ie: Residential/R3) A - 0 -- A-0� Special zoning district information: Subdivision/Platting Issues: T-Fare Plan/Street Issues: /?bik P/)(Jii ,cL Rd- a Cry 3S p Driveway Access: Fire Flows: Site Plan Issues N �1 f Parking: f Landscaping: Streetscaping: Dumpster: Electrical: Fire Hydrant: Signs: Screening/Buffering: Easements: Others: Parkland/Greenways Dedication: Parks Board Consideration: Drainage Issues: Utility Issues: • Water Availability/Capacity: SQA Li C/ I Sanitary Sewer Availability/Capacity: W(1,0 Impact Fees: Miscellaneous: Variance Requests: Permits required for this development: Building Permit Development Permit Conditional Use Permit TxDOT Utility Permit for work in State ROW TxDOT Driveway Permit for work in State ROW Special Review required by: ZBA Design Review Board City Council Parks and Recreation Board Planning and Zoning Commission Information Provided: Unified Development Ordinance Subdivision Regulations Northgate Design Guidelines Development Resource Guide Guide to Building & Development Drainage Policy & Design Standards Specifications for Street Construction Water & Sewer Specifications Manual Driveway Access Location & Design Policy CS Business Center Covenants & Restrictions Fire Department Construction & Development Guide CS Building Regulations (Local Amendments to the Building Code) MINUTES Planning and Zoning Commission CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS May 6, 2004 7. Consideration, discussion, and possible action on a Master Development Plan (MDP) for the Williams Creek Subdivision consisting of 642.82 acres (212.14-acres of the Williams Creek Subvision and 431.68-acres of the Anderson-Stephen Tract), generally located at the southeast corner of Greens Prairie Road East and Rock Prairie Road. (04-92) Staff Planner Reeves presented the Staff Report, stating that Staff recommends approval of the Master Development Plan as submitted. She pointed out that the applicant is proposing 295 dwelling units on 623 acres of the tract while proposing that the remaining acreage be Retail Regional. Ms. Reeves added that the plan complies with the Land Use Plan. Ms. Reeves pointed out the Thoroughfare Plan details and the main entrance to the development, which will be off Greens Prairie Road. Two other access points are being proposed for Rock Prairie Road. Property to the east and south backs up to approximately 242 acres of flood plain. Lastly, Ms. Reeves reported that the Parks and Recreation Department accepted a parkland dedication fee in lieu of parkland. Commissioner Hall asked if Rock Prairie Road was going to be upgraded since there are two residential streets planned that will intersect with it. Ms. Reeves stated that it is not required since the primary entrance to the subdivision is off Greens Prairie Road and currently meets all the requirements. A discussion regarding access issues ensued. Issues and concerns mentioned included future pedestrian and bike paths and utility easements. Chairman Shafer confirmed that there would not be any changes regarding upgrading to Rock Prairie Road at this time. Ms. Reeves reiterated that the requirements are met with the primary access being off Greens Prairie Road. Development Manager Ruiz stated that the applicant is meeting the code requirements in terms of having access to a paved road from Greens Prairie connectivity issue. She added that the master plan reflects the right-of-way dedication fee so that when improvements are made the right-of-way would be there. Commissioner Hall clarified that the City would be responsible to the maintenance of Rock Prairie Road until it is upgraded. Commissioner White asked what would trigger the paving of Rock Prairie Road. Transportation Planner Fogle stated that it would be a capital improvement plan triggered by development and traffic. He added that a traffic study would need to be conducted in order to warrant signalization for the area. Ms. Ruiz clarified the intent of possibly delaying the approval of the two additional access points until Rock Prairie Road is paved or not having the access at all. Commissioner Hall's concern was directed toward the City's expense in maintaining the road in its current state. Access would then be directed to Greens Prairie Road only. Ms. Ruiz questioned how, in the phasing of the development, it can be allowed to develop but still maintain the possibility to tie in at a future point and between now and that time how would they be able to use it as an emergency access. She stated that Staff would like to see the connection to Rock Prairie. However, from a code standpoint and looking at this particular development and how Rock Prairie Road came to be, we are not in a position to be able to require that of this developer. Assistant City Attorney Nemcik stated that the ordinance states that access must be taken onto a paved public road. Ms. Ruiz pointed out that the developer's position on that is that they have met that requirement by making the primary access to the subdivision on Greens Prairie Road. Ms. Nemcik's argument was that the ordinance does not state either primary or secondary but rather access onto a paved public road. Commissioner White pointed out that if a fence is constructed across the access points on Rock Prairie Road that would constitute preventing access. Ms. Nemcik pointed out that access would not be prevented, but rather, designated onto Greens Prairie Road. Ms. Ruiz asked Ms. Nemcik to clarify whether or not all access points must be paved. A brief discussion ensued regarding the interpretation of the regulations in reference to this issue. Joe Schultz, the project engineer, pointed out other roads that have been annexed into the City that are being improved by the City without contributions from any of the developers. He stated that the right-of-way for the major collector will be dedicated and that connectivity to Rock Prairie Road is desirable. Ms. Ruiz stated that approximately 1-11/2 year ago, Staff brought before the Commission an ordinance amendment that was prompted by a development in the ETJ that had an internal subdivision that had the street system lay out that only connected to dirt roads. The amendment was added for that purpose. Staff interpreted that to mean that access to a paved road would be provided but not that every access had to be paved. Commissioner Trapani interjected that this is a public road open for use by the public and that he does not see enough evidence to deny anyone access. He stated that in prior similar cases, the Commission has directed developers to include a second access due to safety and emergency vehicle issues and that the Commission should be consistent with its decisions. Commissioner Reynolds reported that the paving of Rock Prairie Road was not on the agenda at the last CIP meeting and is not slated for improvements until 2008. Therefore, it will be a substantial amount of time before Rock Prairie is paved. Likewise, the future appears to reflect that there will also be a substantial amount of traffic on that road over the next 4-5 years. Commissioner White pointed out that Lick Creek Park would be a source of heavy traffic for Rock Prairie Road, being the only access to the park. Commissioner Williams added that good planning would not allow access onto a substandard road. Mr. Schultz stated that one of the Rock Prairie access points could be eliminated and dedicated right-of-ways, gated for emergency vehicle access until it is paved, but reiterated that Rock Prairie needs to be paved for access to Lick Creek Park and Water Waste-Water Treatment Plant. Commissioner Davis commented, stating that the access points meet the desired objectives of connectivity, but the issue is going against the requirements of the UDO as stated. He concurred with Commissioner Trapani's concern regarding the need for the Commission to remain consistent in its decisions. He added that it should be established that the access points on Rock Prairie does not meet the standards of the UDO and that a variance is required. Assistant City Attorney Nemcik explained that the Commission can approve the Master Development Plan without access to Rock Prairie Road and that the applicant can apply for a variance. Ms. Ruiz added that the variance would come with the preliminary plat. Commissioner Davis motioned to approve the plat as submitted with the condition that the access to Rock Prairie Road is denied until a variance is submitted. Commissioner White seconded the motion. Ms. Ruiz clarified that it has been determined that the UDO requires that access from any subdivision should be onto a paved road, whether it is a primary or secondary access. Commissioner Trapani asked about a second ingress/egress access point for emergency vehicles. Ms. Nemcik stated that this requirement is not ordinance driven. Chairman Shafer called the question. The motion to approve the plat as submitted with the condition that the access to Rock Prairie Road is denied until a variance is submitted at the preliminary plat stage. The motion carried 7-0. FOR: Shafer, White, Reynolds, Davis, Williams, Hall, and Trapani. 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Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842-9960 979.764.3570 www.cstx.gov >>> "Joe Schultz" <joeschultz@texcon.net>29-Mar-05 5:03 PM >>> We are adding 116 acres to William's Creek Subdivision. We will leave the Zoning A-O and all lots will be 5 acres or greater. The Developer proposes make it a gated subdivision with private streets. I will send you a drawing tomorrow. thanks, Joe Original Message From: Bridgette George [mailto:BGEORGE(a�cstx.govl Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 4:48 PM To: loeschultzQtexcon.net Subject: RE: Williams Creek Subdivision Yes. We can meet at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, 4/4. I need some plans by tomorrow afternoon. Can you please give me some information to schedule the meeting with staff: ie: the applicant's proposal, #of acres, etc. Thanks! Also, on the Meadowcreek project, Jennifer stated that we were waiting on a CCN certificate to schedule this for P&Z. Also, we are waiting on a determination on whether the sewer plant needs to be in a PUE. I hoping to get comments out on this as soon as some of these issues are resolved internally. Sorry for the delay. Bridgette George'04 Development Coordinator Susan Stanley- Fwd: RE: Williams Creek Subdivision Page 1 From: Bridgette George To: Customer Service Representatives Date: 3/29/2005 4:59:05 PM Subject: Fwd: RE: Williams Creek Subdivision Please schedule this for a PAC on Monday, 4/4 at 4:00 p.m. Thanks! Bridgette George '04 Development Coordinator City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842-9960 979.764.3570 www.cstx.gov >>> "Joe Schultz" <joeschultz@texcon.net>29-Mar-05 5:03 PM >>> We are adding 116 acres to William's Creek Subdivision. We will leave the Zoning A-O and all lots will be 5 acres or greater. The Developer proposes make it a gated subdivision with private streets. I will send you a drawing tomorrow. thanks, Joe Original Message From: Bridgette George (mailto:BGEORGEcstx.govl Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 4:48 PM To: joeschultz antexcon.net Subject: RE: Williams Creek Subdivision Yes. We can meet at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, 4/4. I need some plans by tomorrow afternoon. Can you please give me some information to schedule the meeting with staff: ie: the applicant's proposal, #of acres, etc. Thanks! Also, on the Meadowcreek project, Jennifer stated that we were waiting on a CCN certificate to schedule this for P&Z.Also,we are waiting on a determination on whether the sewer plant needs to be in a PUE. I hoping to get comments out on this as soon as some of these issues are resolved internally. Sorry for the delay. Bridgette George '04 Development Coordinator Susan Stanley- Fwd: RE: Williams Creek Subdivision Page 2 ! City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842-9960 979.764.3570 www.cstx.gov >>>"Joe Schultz" <joeschultz(a�texcon.net>29-Mar-05 3:04 PM >>> Bridgette, We have it ready to submit. Can we meet next Monday? If not, we will submit it on April 4, the next deadline, and meet after we submit it? thanks, Joe Original Message From: Bridgette George [mailto:BGEORGE(a�cstx.govl Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 1:35 PM To: ioeschultz a(�texcon.net Subject: Re: Williams Creek Subdivision Good afternoon!. Yes, I think it would be a good idea to have a PAC meeting for future development in Williams Creek. How soon will you be ready to meet? Also, Carol was supposed to get with me today on the Meadowcreek FP, but she's out sick. I'm waiting to speak with Jennifer. I'll let you know the status as soon as I hear back from her. Bridgette George '04 Development Coordinator City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842-9960 979.764.3570 www.cstx.gov >>> "Joe Schultz" <joeschultz c(�texcon.net> 28-Mar-05 10:31 AM >>> Bridgette, Do we need to have a Pre-app. meeting for the future development that Susan Stanley- Fwd: RE: Williams Creek Subdivision Page 3 we are added to this project? It probably would be helpful since the Developers would like to make it a gated community. thanks, Joe College Station. Heart of the Research Valley. College Station. Heart of the Research Valley. Deborah Grace-Williams Creek Phase 2 Page 1 From: Bob Mosley To: Deborah Grace Date: 6/20/2005 2:29:05 PM Subject: Williams Creek Phase 2 The developer is wanting to provide financial assurance for uncompleted items. They provided an estimate of$16,932 for uncomplete items. Robert is in agreement with this estimate. CC: Robert Bumpurs CITY OF COLLEGE STATION DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9960 College Station,Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 FACSIMILE COVER SHEET Date: LQ - �.—�� # of pages including cover: 3 If you did not receive a complete fax,please call our office immediately for a new transmittal. TO:V \ \ \NN\bC-\ FAX: J - Loc, - �J�c�•� COMPANY: cs-c( \-e cs-�cki-NC1cv- acs \ RE: Le-- o c- W \� Q�r S 0-X:QQ_< ��Se. 1 \ FROM: COMPANY: City of College Station, Development Services REMARKS: (l Urgent ❑ For your review ❑ Replay ASAP ❑ FYI OVN 44\Q- ac\sA"-- 0,1- A Ne_A- So> c B-12 Q No tract, lot or parcel shall be subdivided unless the required internal street system adjoins an existing, paved public tight-of-way. Oversize participation, at the City's request, will be granted pursuant to Section 9 herein. (Ordinance No.2563 of June 13,20021 8-G.3 Street Joas Whenever possible, street jogs with center-line offsets of less than one hundred twenty-five feet (125') shall be avoided. 8-G.4 Half Streets No half streets shall be platted. 8-G.5 Dead-end Streets Dead-end streets shall be prohibited except short stubs to permit extension. Temporary turnarounds may be required. (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27,1992) 8-G.6 Cul-de-Sacs Cul-de-sacs shall have twenty-four(24) or fewer lots, and shall terminate in a turnaround not less than one hundred feet(100') in diameter, with a pavement diameter of eighty feet(80'). (Ordinance No.2404 of August 12,1999) 8-G.7 Street Intersections Acute angles between streets at their intersections are to be avoided. (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27;1992) 8-G.8 Principal Streets on Master Plan Where subdivision embraces a principal street as shown on the master plan of the city, such street shall be platted to maintain continuity in the approximate location as shown, and of the type indicated. In certain cases the city may have constructed a street through the area to be subdi- vided, in which case the subdivider shall develop the necessary street intersections at his expense, in accordance with the requirements of this chapter. The Planning Commission may require that, where practical, residential lots adjacent to arterial and collector be platted or restricted so as to prevent driveways opening into such streets. 8-G.9 Minor Streets Minor streets shall be laid out to discourage their use of through traffic. 8-G.10 Geometric Standards, Street Design Criteria Design Criteria for Urban and Rural streets are shown in Table 1, Street Design Criteria. The cross sections for each of the different street types generally reflect the criteria set forth in Table 1. Refer to street regulation section for other requirements. 9-17 Rev. 8104 8-G.11 Street Names New streets shall not only be named so as to provide continuity of existing streets, but shall be named to prevent conflict with identical or similar names in other parts of the City. New streets shall not be named after any living person. 88=H Alleys 8-H.1 Alleys may be required at the rear of all lots intended to be used for business purposes and may be provided in residential areas. 8-H.2 Alleys shall generally be parallel to the street, shall be not less than twenty feet(20')wide and shall be paved under City Engineering standards. The right-of-way for alleys shall be dedicated to the public. 8-H.3 Where two (2) alleys intersect, or where an alley turns, additional width may be required to allow turning of vehicles or guying of utility poles. 8-H.4 Dead-end alleys shall not be permitted, except where the alley is one hundred feet (100') or less in length. 8-H.5 In all alleys, overhead easements of at least four feet (4') in width shall be provided on each side of the alley right-of-way over which the aerial electric and communication lines must hang. This easement is not required when the electric and communication lines are placed underground. 8-1 Easements 8-1.1 Drainage Easements Where a subdivision is traversed by a watercourse, drainage way, natural channel or stream, there may be required a drainage easement or right-of-way conforming sub- stantially to the limits of such watercourse, plus additional width to accommodate future needs as determined by the City Engineer. No construction, including fences, shall im- pede, constrict, or block the flow of water in any easement or natural watercourse. Such easement shall not be considered a part of the lot area for purposes of minimum lot size requirements of the zoning ordinance. Drainage easements may be used for utilities. 8-L2 Utility Easements 8-1.2.1 Each block that does not contain an alley as provided in 8-H above, shall have a utility easement at the rear of all lots, reserved for the use of all utility lines, conduit, and equipment. These utility easements shall be twenty feet (20') in width, taken ten feet (10')from each lot where the rear of the lots abut each other, and shall be continuous for the entirelength of a block. Theseeasements shall be parallel as closely as possible to the street line frontage of the block. 8-1.2.2 Normal curb section shall be required where utility easements intersect streets. 8-1.2.3 Where utility easements are not themselves straight within each block, or if the same do not connect on a straight course with utility easements of adjoining blocks, then an additional easement shall be provided for the placement of guy wires on lot division lines in order to support poles set on curving or deviating rights-of-way or easements. 8-1.2.4 Utility easements may be required across parts of lots other than as described above upon recommendation of the City Engineer. Where the proposed subdivision adjoins an unplatted area, the full twenty foot (20') width of easement may be required along the rear of lots adjoining the unplatted area. 8-1.2.5 Utility easements may be fenced if unlocked gates are provided to allow free movement of excavating machines, maintenance equipment, and personnel throughout the full length of the easement. 8-1.2.6 Overhead easements required same as for alleys, see 8-H.5. 8-J Blocks 9-19 Rev. 08/04 841 Blocks generally shall be platted to provide two (2) tiers of lots with a utility easement or alley between them, with proper regard for drainage channels, wooded areas and other topographical features lending themselves to attractive treatment. 8-J.2 Block length shall not exceed one thousand two hundred feet (1,200') in single-family residential areas and shall not exceed eight hundred feet (800') in other areas. In blocks over eight hundred feet (800) in length, there may be required, near the center of the block, an access way as hereafter defined. An access way may be required at the end of a cul-de-sac to facilitate pedestrian traffic movement. 8-K Lots 8-K.1 Side lot lines which make acute angles with front lines shall be avoided where practical. In general, an arrangement placing adjacent lots at right angles to each other shall be avoided. 8-K.2 Lot size and setback lines shall be in accordance with zoning requirements. Lots abutting on access ways shall be treated as corner lots. 88=L Access Way Access ways, where required, shall have a ten foot(10') right-of-way, dedicated to the public. A four foot(4')sidewalk shall be constructed in the center of the right-of-way conforming to the City Engineering standards. 8-M Sidewalks 8-M.1 Sidewalks shall be required on both sides of all streets having a right-of-way width equal to or greater than sixty feet (60'). A sidewalk shall be required on one (1) side of all streets with a fifty foot (50') right-of-way with the exception of cul-de-sac streets. A sidewalk may be required on cul-de-sac streets if needed to provide through pedestrian access. Sidewalks shall be placed within the right-of-way as determined by the City Engineer and when so specified. (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27,1992) 8-M.2 The subdivider shall construct all sidewalks according to one of the following placement alternatives: (a) sidewalks shall be placed against the back of curb and have a minimum paved width of six feet(6'); OR (b) sidewalks shall be placed such that a minimum six foot (6) buffer/green space is maintained between the back of curb and the inside edge of the sidewalk. The buffer/green space may be reduced to four feet(4)in width on residential streets with right of way widths not exceeding fifty feet (50). Sidewalk paved width shall be a minimum of four feet(4) when not located adjacent to curbing; AND (c) the subdivider shall assure that these minimums are sufficient to meet the anticipated pedestrian demand in the area. (Ordinance No.2604 dated January 9,2003) 8-M.3 Given that a combination or variation from the two placement methods as described in Section 8-M.2 is necessary or desired or that an obstruction is located within the paved area,the following criteria must be satisfied. (a) All radii in the transition section must be a minimum of ten feet(10). (b) All transition sections must be approved by the City Engineer. 8-M.4 In order to provide safe and adequate access on City sidewalks, all sidewalks shall meet minimum clear width requirements around all obstructions, natural or manmade, as described herein. Clear width shall mean the distance as measured from the outside 9-20 Rev. 08/04 edge of the obstruction to the outside edge of the sidewalk or from the inside edge of the obstruction to the inside edge of the sidewalk. If the clear width is to be obtained between the inside edge of the sidewalk and the obstruction, given that the sidewalk is placed against the back of curb,the clear width shall be a minimum of six feet (6'). In all other cases,the minimum clear width shall be four feet(4'). 8-M.5 All sidewalks must be constructed concurrently with the thoroughfare or, if the thoroughfare is already constructed, prior to acceptance of any improvements. 8-M.6 Exceptions to or partial waiver of the requirements of 8-M.1. may be granted by the City Council upon recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission and when it has been determined that satisfactory alternative pedestrian ways or pedestrian/bikeways have been or will be provided outside the normal right-of-way; or that unique circumstances or unusual topographic, vegetative, or other natural conditions prevail to the extent that strict adherence to said requirements would be unreasonable and not consistent with the purposes and goals of this chapter or the comprehensive development plan. 88=N Bikeways 8-N.1 General Bikeways will be required in accordance with the Bikeway Master Plan. Bikeway facilities are planned and located to integrate with the existing City street and park system. The facilities are strategically located so as to minimize their numbers and to provide bikeways to certain areas or neighborhoods within the City. 8-N.2 Types of Bikeways There are three (3)types of bikeway facilities that shall be utilized. These are as follows: (1) Bike Path, a facility completely separated from auto traffic and within an independent right-of-way or within the right-of-way of another facility; (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27,1992) (2) Bike Lane, a facility where part of the roadway or shoulder is striped, signed, and marked for exclusive or preferential bicycle use and where vehicle parking is not permitted, unless otherwise specified; and (Ordinance No.2320 of April 9,1998) (3) Bike Route, a facility designated by signing to help make motorists aware of the presence of bicycles which share the right-of-way with motor vehicles. 8-N.3 Bikeway Location Criteria Bikeways shall be located to integrate with the existing City street and park system. Important criteria used in determining bikeway facility types and locations are: (1) Safety. Existing street width. (2) Existing and potential demand for use. (3) Continuity and directness. (4Spacing. Relationship to other bikeway facilities. (5) Location of schools and other public facilities frequented by bicycle riders. (6) Location of linear parks and greenbelts. (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27,1992) 8-N.4 Geometric Design Criteria All facilities shall be designed to meet or exceed standards set forth in the "Guide for Development of Bicycle Facilities" published by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). Signing and pavement markings for such facilities shall be in accordance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Geometric design criteria for each type of bikeway facility are as follows: 9-21 Rev. 08/04 (1) Bike Routes The placement of bike route signing identifies bicyde compatible streets that will serve as bike routes. Bike route identification and directional signs shall be located and installed as indicated on the Bikeway Master Plan. Bike Routes provide an important function in that they provide for continuity in the overall bikeway system. Typically most bike routes will occur on local and collector streets as they are often most compatible for bicycle use without additional pavement. A minimum of 16 feet outer lane for collector arterial streets measured from the outer lane line to the back of curb shall be required for bike routes. A typical bicycle compatible street is shown in Figure 1. Bike route signing should not end at a barrier, Information directing the bicyclist around the barrier should be provided. The roadway width, along with factors such as the volume, speed, and type of traffic; parking conditions; grade; and sight distance should be considered when determining the feasibility of a bike route. Roadway improvements,such as safe drainage grates, railroad crossings, smooth pavements, maintenance schedules, and signals responsive to bicycles, should always be considered before a roadway is identified as a bike route. (Ordinance No. 2269 of October 9,1997) (2) Bike Lanes The bike lane is located within the vehicular roadway in the outside lane and is intended for the exclusive use of bicycles. Bike lanes in the City of College Station must be developed as one-way facilities and carry traffic in the same direction as adjacent motor vehicle traffic. Two-way bike lanes are not permitted because: (i) They require unconventional turns at intersections. (ii) They are conducive for bicyclists having to go the "wrong way" and to weave across traffic to bike in the proper lane. (iii) They require that bicyclists travel in a direction opposite the adjacent auto lane. Typical bike lane design and layout is illustrated in Figure 2. A one-way bike lane against the curb requires a minimum of 5 feet measured from the edge of pavement, not including the gutter. The bike lane shall be delineated by a continuous painted stripe. The diamond preferential lane symbol (as designated in MUTCD) shall be located immediately after each intersection to inform motorists turning of the restricted nature of the lane. At intersections, bicyclists proceeding straight and motorists turning right must cross paths. Striping and signing configurations which encourage these crossings in advance of the intersection, in a merging fashion, shall be preferred to those that force the crossing in the immediate vicinity of the intersection. Typical treatment of bike lanes at intersections is illustrated in Figures 3 and 4. Adequate pavement surface, bicycles safe grate inlets, safe railroad cross- ings, and traffic signals responsive to the bicyclist shall be provided on roadways where bike lanes are designated. Raised pavement markings and raised barriers can cause steering difficulties for bicyclists and should not be used to delineate bike lanes. In general, parking in bike lanes is prohibited. However, parking may be permitted in a bike lane in specific areas during specified times. Where parking in a bike lane is permitted, signs shall be installed to provide notice to bicyclists of when parking is allowed. Parking in a bike lane shall be limited 9-22 Rev. 08/04 primarily to spillover parking for public uses or events, but parking for non- public uses may also be considered. (Ordinance No.2320 of April 9,1998) (iii) Bike Paths Bike paths are facilities used exclusively for bike traffic with minimal cross flow by motor vehicles. They should be located primarily in greenbelt areas or park-type areas. If a bike path is to be located in the right-of-way of an adjacent roadway there should be a minimum of five feet(5')separating the bike path from the roadway. The paved width and the operating width required for a bicycle path are primary design considerations. Figure 5 depicts a bicycle path on a separated right-of-way. Under most conditions, a recommended all-paved width for a two-directional bicyde path is ten feet (10'). In some instances, however, a minimum of eight feet (8') can be adequate. This minimum should be used only where the following conditions prevail: (1) bicycle traffic is expected to be low, even on peak days or during peak hours (2) pedestrian use of the facility is not expected to be more than occasional, (3) there will be good horizontal and vertical alignment providing safe and frequent passing opportunities, (4) the path will not be subjected to maintenance vehicle loading conditions that would cause pavement edge damage. Under certain conditions it may be necessary or desirable to increase the width of a bicycle path to twelve feet(12'); for example, because of substantial bicycle volume, probable shared use with joggers and other pedestrians, use by large maintenance vehicles,steep grades and where bicyclists will be likely to ride two abreast. The minimum width of a one-directional bicycle path is five feet (5'). It should be recognized, however, that one-way bicycle paths often will be used as two-way facilities unless effective measures are taken to assure one-way operation. Without such enforcement, it should be assumed that bicycle paths will be used as two-way facilities and designed accordingly. A minimum of two-foot width graded area should be maintained adjacent to both sides of the pavement; however, three feet (3') or more is desirable to provide clearance from trees, poles, walls, fences, guard rails, or other lateral obstructions. A wider graded area on either side of the bicycle path can serve as a separate jogging path. The vertical clearance to obstructions should be a minimum of eight feet (8').-However, vertical clearance may need to be greater to permit passage of maintenance vehicles and, in under crossings and tunnels, a clearance of ten feet(10') is desirable. (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27,19921 8=0 Water Supply All subdivisions shall be provided with water supply and distribution systems for fire protection and domestic use. All water mains, distribution and service lines shall be constructed as provided by the Bryan/College Station Unified Design Guidelines and the Bryan/College Station Unified Technical Specifications and all applicable state and federal requirements. Where there is a conflict of standards, the more stringent standard as determined by the City Manager, or his designee, shall apply. The City shall accept for public use only water mains, distribution and service lines that comply with these standards for construction.° (Ordinance No.2736 of July 22,2004) 8_P Sanitary Sewers 8-P.1 All subdivisions shall be provided with an approved sanitary sewerage system meeting the standards of the City Engineering department. Curved sewers of not less than one hundred foot(100') radius are accepted, as are manholes of not over five hundred foot (500')spacing. 9-23 Rev. 08/04 Oversize participation,at the City's request,will be granted pursuant to Section 9 herein. (Ordinance No.2563 of June 13,2002) 8-P.2 If the sewerage system includes treatment facilities, the plan must be approved by the Texas State Department of Health, and subdivider must have a permit for the discharge of effluent from the Texas Water Quality Board, before the approval by the commission. (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27,1992) 8-P.3 On-site waste water disposal systems, including private septic systems, may be used in areas where topography, density of development and/or other factors make sewer collection facilities impractical. Such systems, when allowed, must meet the requirements of Brazos County. (Ordinance No.2131 of June 21,1995) 8-Q Drainage Drainage shall be provided to handle runoff as calculated, street inlets for a five (5) year rain, storm sewers for a five (5) year rain, and bridges for a twenty-five (25) year rain, all as approved by the City Engineer. Water shall not be carried on the street for a distance greater than a five (5) year rain will overflow the curb. Drainage shall be handled in natural stream channels insofar as practical. No construction shall impede, constrict, or block the flow of water in any natural or improved watercourse. 8-R Utility Lines All utility lines that pass under streets or alleys shall be installed before the street or alley is paved, with embedment, backfill, and depths as approved by the City Engineer, or the crossing shall be bored. 8-S Gas or Oil Lines High pressure flammable gas or fuel lines are defined as those which are operated or may be expected in the future to operate at a pressure of over sixty (60) pounds per square inch. High pressure flammable gas or fuel lines, installed on public property, shall be buried with a minimum cover of thirty inches (30"), and shall be marked by an all-weather typed sign, installed at each crossing and at intervals of not more that three hundred feet (300'). The signs shall be installed by the utility company, state that the line is high pressure, and shall name the product or prod- ucts transported therein. (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27,1992) 8-T Street Lights 8-T.1 Basic Policy • It shall be the policy of the City of College Station that adequate street lighting for the protection of the public and property be installed in all new subdivisions. Installation procedures and acceptable standards for street lights shall be governed by the utility standards of the Public Utili- ties Department in effect at the time of subdivision construction or addition thereto. 8-T.2 General Standards (1) The actual number of street lights to be required, as well as the type and size of lumi- naire, and the installation, location and size of street light services, shall be determined by the Electrical Engineer for the City's Public Utilities Department. Pole type for mounting of street lights shall be selected by the Developer, subject to the approved street light pole standards of the Public Utilities Department. (2) Street lights shall normally be required at all street intersections and access ways, in cul-de-sacs, and at generally three hundred feet (300) intervals or less on tangent streets. (3) The developer shall furnish satisfactory easements for the installation of services to street lights, with said easements to normally be five feet(5') in width. 9-24 Rev. 08/04 (4) The installation of subdivision lighting shall be performed by either of the following: (a) By City,subject to cost reimbursement as provided in Section 9-G herein. (b) By the developer or his authorized construction representative, subject to compliance with the utility street light installation standards of the Public Utilities Department. (Ordinance No.1985 of November 12,1992) 8TU Electric Service Installation 8-U.1. All electric utility service shall be installed underground in residential, multi-family residential, commercial and industrial subdivisions. All lateral electric lines and service lines supplying electric utility service shall be placed underground. 8-U.2. Overhead feeder lines may be placed within the above-listed subdivisions in the following locations: 8.U.2.a. Along the perimeter of the platted subdivision. 8.U.2.b. Adjacent to or within the right-of-way of thoroughfares identified on the current thoroughfare plan of the City of College Station and approved for the location of overhead utilities. 8.U.2.c. Within alleys or dedicated easements identified for the location of aerial utility service on the approved subdivision plat. 8-U.3. The Subdivider shall dedicate easements upon forms approved by City for the installation of utilities, including electric. All liens and other ownership interests shall be subordinated to the easement use. 8-U.4. Where the electric service is placed underground, all street lighting and site lighting equipment shall be placed underground except for the poles on which the lights are to be affixed. 8-U.5. The Subdivider shall be responsible for furnishing and installing, and the expenses related thereto, of conduit for the installation of all on-site underground development feeder, lateral and service lines utilized to provide electric utility service to the subdivision. The specifications for the conduit shall be approved by the Electrical Department prior to installation. 8-U.6. Where electric service is placed underground, all auxiliary equipment for such service, including but not limited to transformers, junction enclosures and switching devices,shall be pad-mounted on grade or shall be placed underground. 8-U.7. Temporary utility service may be provided via overhead line extension. (Ordinance No.2020 of July 8,1993) 8-V Monuments and Corner Markers 8-V.1 All block corners, angle points and points of curves, and all corners of boundary lines of subdivisions shall be marked with a one-half inch (1/2") steel rod, two feet (2') in length, set in the center of a concrete monument six inches (6") in diameter and thirty inches (30")deep,with the top flush with the finished ground surface. 8-V.2 Where, due to topographic conditions, permanent structures or other conditions, the view is obstructed between any two (2) adjacent monuments, intermediate monuments shall be set as to assure a clear view between adjacent monuments. 8-V.3 Corner markers, consisting of a one-half inch (1/2") steel rod or three-fourths inch (3/4") pipe, two feet (2') in length, shall be driven flush with the ground surface to mark the corners of all lots. (Ordinance No.1971 of August 27,1992) 9-25 Rev. 08/04 8_W Gating of Roadways PURPOSE: To achieve orderly development of a secured (GATED) community. To protect and promote the health, safety, and general welfare of the City. DEFINITION: Gated Community: A residential area requiring mandatory membership in a Homeowners Association (HOA) and having its primary means of access controlled by an electric or manual gate administered by the HOA. 8-W.1 General Requirements (a) Gating of a public roadway is prohibited. (b) Driveways are considered roadways for the purpose of these gating requirements. (c) The gate shall not block area-wide through routes or block access for roadways to serve future development. (d) Access shall be provided at all times for police, fire, city inspection, mail delivery, garbage pickup, dial-a-rides, utility, school buses, and other health and safety related vehicles. Access must not require drivers to exit their vehicle, (e) A private street subdivision will not cross an existing or proposed thoroughfare as shown on the City's most recent Thoroughfare Plan. A private street subdivision will not disrupt or cross an existing or proposed City of College Station public pedestrian pathway, hike and bike trial or park as shown on the City's most recent Parks and Open Space Plan. (f) The gate design and implementation shall be such that it does not pose a threat to public health,safety and welfare. (g) The infrastructure main lines (electrical, water, and sewer) shall be maintained by the City of College Station. 8-W.2 Homeowners Association (HOA) (a) A Homeowners Association shall be established with direct responsibility to, and controlled by, the property owners involved to provide for operation, repair and maintenance of all common areas, fences, walls, gate equipment, landscaping, and all other common facilities, including private streets and sidewalks, which are part of the subdivision (the "Common Facilities"). (b) All property owners within an existing residential area that is proposed to be gated shall agree to become members of an operative Homeowners Association (HOA). (c) The HOA shall prepare and file for record a legal instrument establishing a plan for the use and permanent repair and maintenance of the Common Facilities and demonstrating that the association is self- perpetuating and adequately funded to accomplish its purpose. (d) The budget for the HOA shall include a fund reserved for the repair and maintenance of Common Facilities in the amount approved by the city staff. (e) The legal instrument establishing the Homeowners Association, street maintenance agreement, the approval of the reserve fund by the City Engineer or Director of Public Works, and written permission for the City's access to the subdivision will be submitted for approval by the City Attorney prior to the submission of the final plat. (f) The City will be given written permission for practical access at any time without liability when on official business. The City will also be given written permission to remove obstructions including any gate and guard 9-26 Rev. 08104 (house) upon non-compliance by the HOA of any terms of this ordinance or if necessary for the emergency vehicle access. In the event the City must remove obstructions to access the development, the HOA will be assessed all costs of removal. (g) In the event the City deems that repairs to private street(s)within a gated community are necessary in order to insure safe access and passage for emergency service vehicles, the City will notify the HOA and a public hearing will be set for input on the projected repairs. Should the HOA fail to provide the satisfactory repairs deemed necessary in a time frame set by the City at the public hearing, then the City will make the necessary repairs and assess the HOA all costs borne by the City in repair of the private street(s). Should the HOA fail to reimburse the City within 90 days, the HOA shall be subject to lien and possibly foreclosure of all assets including but not limited to the maintenance reserve fund address in Subsection 2(d)of this ordinance.. 8-W.3 Geometric Design Guidelines (a) All streets in the development shall be constructed in accordance with city standards. (b) The gate(s) location shall not be placed on a public right-of-way or easement. (c) All gate mechanical or manual operating functions shall meet fire department requirements and provide passage with unobstructed vertical clearance. (d) Gated entry way throat length designs taking access from residential, major and minor collector roadways shall meet the following require- ments(Ref. Figures 1 &2): (1) A minimum of 20 feet for one residential single family lot. (2) A minimum of 60 feet for up to twenty-five (25)single family lots. (3).A minimum of 100 feet for twenty-six(26) single family lots or greater (e) The gated entry way lengths taking access from major and minor arterials shall be determined and approved on a case by case basis by the City Planning Department. (f) Gated entry ways shall provide adequate access for pedestrians and bicycles. (g) Gated entry ways to subdivisions shall provide adequate turnaround areas for vehicles that are denied access in order to prevent backing into a public street. (Ref. Figures 1 &2) (h) The gated entry way driveway pavement widths to subdivisions, for both egress and ingress, shall be a minimum of 20 feet per driveway and are required to provide a minimum 4 feet center median. (Ref. Figures 1 &2) (i) The gated area shall provide a minimum unobstructed vertical clearance of 14 feet 6 inches from finished roadway surface over the entire width of the entry roadway. (j) Public safety elements and signing shall be included in the gate entry way design. 9-27 Rev. 08/04 8-W.4 Convertins Private Streets to Public Streets (a) Upon a written request signed by HOA officers and submitted to the City Council of the City of College Station, dedication of private streets to the public may be accomplished providing the private streets are brought up to the standards for the public streets in the city and the City Council has agreed to accept the streets. (b) The written request by the HOA officers wilt be accompanied by a petition containing the signatures of the owners of 100% of the existing lots in the subdivision, except when in the public interest. (c) All repairs or reconstruction of private streets must be accepted by the City prior to conversion. All.conversion dedication costs will be paid by the HOA. 8-W.5 Indemnity The Association hereby unconstitutionally and irrevocably agrees to indemnify,defend and hold the city and the city's officials, agents, employees and contractors harmless, from and against any loss, liability, demand damage, judgment, suite, claim deficiency, interests, fee, charge, cost or expense (including, without limitation, interest, court cost and penalties, attorney's fees and disbursement and amounts paid in settlement, or liabilities resulting from any charge in federal, state or local law or regulation or interpretation hereof)of whatever nature, even when caused in whole or in part by the city's negligence or the joint or concurring negligence of the city and any other person or entity, which may result or to which the city and/or any of the city's officials, agents, employees and contractors may sustain, suffer, incur or become subject to in connection with or arising in any way whatsoever out of the maintenance, repair use or occupation of the common facilities, or any other activity of whatever nature in connection therewith, or arising out of or by reason of any investigation, litigation or other proceedings brought or threatened, arising out of or based upon the operation, management, maintenance, repair and use of the common facilities, or any other activity in the subdivision. 8-W.6 Existing Gates Any gate as defined by this ordinance existing at the time of adoption of this ordinance which has received an approval from either the City or the County is deemed exempt from the requirements of this ordinance. (Ordinance No.2280 of November 13,1997) 9-29 Rev. 08/04 hP o`er co a z O �v ti o w 02 e¢ U 0 11141111111111 V ti 0 4-0 0 gc ry zoE. FO fno¢.3[.1 0 'b> D a I a'a o z f J Jun . 22 . 2005 8 :43AM \lo . 0351 P . 2 FROM: Joe and Janet Johnson Land and Investments. L.P. ISSUER: First Coleman National Bank IRREVOCABLE LETTER OF CREDIT DATE: June 21., 2005 TO BENEFICIARY: City of College Station Attention: Director of Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue College Station, Texas 77840 IRREVOCABLE LETTER OF CREDIT NO.; j ISSUE DATE: 12:00 Noon Central Standard Time, June 21 2005 EXPIRATION DATE: 12:00 Noon Central Standard Time, June 21, 2006, or upon the completion and final payment to all contractors,whichever occurs first. LOCATION OF PROJECT: Williams Creek Subdivision Phase II AMOUNT; Sixteen Thousand Nine Hundred Thirty Two Dollars and No/100 ($16,932.00) ACCOUNT OF: Joe and Janet Johnson Land and Investments, L.P., (herein"DEVELOPER") GENERAL TERMS&CONDITIONS: The Issuing Bank set out above hereby Issues Its IRREVOCABLE LETTER OF CREDIT NO. 1§2.In favor of the CITY OF COLLEGE STATION,TEXAS, In accordance with Chapter 5, V.T.C.A.TEXAS BUSINESS AND COMMERCE CODE and pursuant to the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Chapter 9:Subdivisions,for the Account of DEVELOPER for an amount of up to Sixteen Thousand Nine Hundred 4 Q'1 P'r' Ant Thig arhhHh4 .o a�.•�ll.ahln hy.y.,,'!. 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