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05/19/2022 - Agenda Packet - Planning & Zoning CommissionCollege Station, TX Meeting Agenda Planning and Zoning Commission 1101 Texas Ave, College Station, TX 77840 https://zoom.us/j/88190737967 Phone: 888 475 4499 and Webinar ID: 881 9073 7967 The City Council may or may not attend this meeting. May 19, 2022 6:00 PM City Hall Council Chambers College Station, TX Page 1 Notice is hereby given that a quorum of the meeting body will be present in the physical location stated above where citizens may also attend in order to view a member(s) participating by videoconference call as allowed by 551.127, Texas Government Code. The City uses a thirdparty vendor to host the virtual portion of the meeting; if virtual access is unavailable, meeting access and participation will be in-person only. 1.Call to Order, Pledge of Allegiance, Consider Absence Request. 2.Hear Visitors At this time, the Chairperson will open the floor to visitors wishing to address the Commission on issues not already scheduled on tonight's agenda. An individual who wishes to address the Commission regarding any item on the agenda shall register with the Commission Secretary prior to 4 p.m. on the day of the meeting. To register, the individual must provide a name and phone number by calling 979.764.3751 or emailing khejny@cstx.gov prior to 4 p.m. To submit written comments to the Commission, email khejny@cstx.gov and they will be distributed to the Commission. The visitor presentations will be limited to three minutes in order to accommodate everyone who wishes to address the Commission and to allow adequate time for completion of the agenda items. The Commission will receive the information, ask city staff to look into the matter, or will place the matter on a future agenda for discussion. (A recording is made of the meeting; please give your name and address for the record.) 3.Consent Agenda All matters listed under the Consent Agenda, are considered routine by the Commission and will be enacted by one motion. These items include preliminary plans and final plats, where staff has found compliance with all minimum subdivision regulations. All items approved by Consent are approved with any and all staff recommendations. Since there will not be separate discussion of these items, citizens wishing to address the Commission regarding one or more items on the Consent Agenda may address the Commission at this time as well. If any Commissioner desires to discuss an item on the Consent Agenda it may be moved to the Regular Agenda for further consideration. 3.1.Consideration, discussion, and possible action to approve meeting minutes. Attachments:1.May 5 2022 3.2.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a Final Plat for Greens Prairie Reserve Section 1, Phase 104 on approximately 15.7 acres, generally located southwest of the intersection of Diamondback Drive and Arrington Road. Case #FP2020-000030 Sponsors:Erika Bridges Attachments:1.Staff Report 2.Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map Page 1 of 86 Planning and Zoning Commission Page 2 May 19, 2022 3.Final Plat 3.3.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a Final Plat for Mission Ranch Subdivision Phase 104 on approximately 6.1 acres, generally located northwest of the intersection of Rock Prairie Road West and Feather Run. Case #FP2020-000032 Sponsors:Erika Bridges Attachments:1.Staff Report 2.Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 3.Final Plat 4.Consideration, discussion, and possible action on items removed from the Consent Agenda by Commission action. 5.Regular Agenda 5.1.Public Hearing, presentation, discussion and possible action regarding an ordinance amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance, “Article 4, Zoning Districts,” Section 4.2 “Official Zoning Map,” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas by changing the zoning district boundaries from C-3 Light Commercial to GC General Commercial on approximately 1.26 acres of land located at 4180 State Highway 6 South. Case #REZ2021- 000012 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the June 9, 2022 City Council Meeting – Subject to change). Sponsors:Derrick Williams Attachments:1.Staff Report 2.Vicinity, Aerial, and Small Area Map 3.Future Land Use Exhibit 4.Rezoning Map5.Rezoning Exhibit 6.Background Information 7.Applicant's Supporting Information 5.2.Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Section 2.3, “Zoning Board of Adjustment,” Section 3.17, “Written Interpretation," Section 3.19, “Variance,” and Section 3.20, “Administrative Appeal” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, regarding the powers, duties, and processes of the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Case #ORDA2021-000008 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the June 9, 2022 City Council Meeting - Subject to change). Sponsors:Molly Hitchcock Attachments:1.Memo 2.Section 2.3. Zoning Board of Adjustment redlines 3.Section 3.17 Written Interpretation redlines 4.Section 3.19 Variance redlines5.Section 3.20 Administrative Appeal redlines 5.3.Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Article 8, "Subdivision Design and Improvements," Section 8.8 "Requirements for Park Land Dedication," of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, in its entirety, including amending the official Park Zones Page 2 of 86 Planning and Zoning Commission Page 3 May 19, 2022 Map and land dedication and fee amounts. Case #ORDA2021-000004 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the June 23, 2022 City Council Meeting - Subject to change). Sponsors:Michael Ostrowski Attachments:1.Cover Sheet 2.Ordinance Amendment - UDO 8.8 Parkland Dedication - Final3.Ordinance Amendment - UDO 8.8 Parkland Dedication - Final with Changes 6.Informational Agenda 6.1.Discussion of new development applications submitted to the City. New Development Link: www.cstx.gov/newdev 6.2.Presentation and discussion regarding the P&Z Calendar of Upcoming Meetings: Thursday, May 26, 2022 ~ City Council Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ Open Meeting 5:00 p.m. (Liaison – Christiansen) Thursday, June 2, 2022 ~ P&Z Meeting ~ Council Chambers 6:00 p.m. Thursday, June 9, 2022 ~ City Council Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ Open Meeting 5:00 p.m. (Liaison - Cornelius) Thursday, June 16, 2022 ~ P&Z Meeting ~ Council Chambers 6:00 p.m. 6.3.Presentation and discussion regarding off-street parking requirements as a part of the Plan of Work. Sponsors:Jesse Dimeolo Attachments:1.Memo - Off-Street Parking Requirements 6.4.Discussion and review regarding the following meetings: Design Review Board, BioCorridor Board. None 7.Discussion and possible action on future agenda items. A Planning & Zoning Member may inquire about a subject for which notice has not been given. A statement of specific factual information or the recitation of existing policy may be given. Any deliberation shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on an agenda for a subsequent meeting. 8.Adjourn. The Planning and Zoning Commission may adjourn into Executive Session to consider any item listed on the agenda if a matter is raised that is appropriate for Executive Session discussion. 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"Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (Trespass by License Holder with an Openly Carried Handgun) A Person Licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (Handgun Licensing Law), may not enter this Property with a Handgun that is Carried Openly." Codigo Penal § 30.07. 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Call Meeting to Order, Pledge of Allegiance, Consider Absence Request. Chairperson Christiansen called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. 2. Hear Visitors No visitors spoke. 3. Informational Agenda 3.1 Discussion of new development applications submitted to the City New Development Link: www.cstx.gov/newdev There was no discussion. Commissioner McIlhaney arrived at 6:01 p.m. 3.2 Presentation and discussion regarding an update on items heard: • A Conditional Use Permit for a Night Club, Bar or Tavern Use encompassing 5,218 square feet on approximately 2.05 acres of land located at 3164 Holleman Drive South Suite 100. The Planning & Zoning Commission heard this item on March 17, 2022 and voted (7-0) to recommend approval with the condition that there be a three-foot perimeter barrier on the south side of the open-air bar. The City Council heard this item on April 14, 2022 and voted (7-0) to approve the request with the Commission’s recommendation. • A Rezoning from R Rural and GC General Commercial to MF Mutli-Family on approximately 43 acres generally located at Holleman Drive South and General Parkway. The Planning & Zoning Commission heard this item on March 17, 2022 and voted (7-0) to recommend approval of Exhibit #3. The City Council heard this item on April 14, 2022 and voted (7-0) to approve the request with the Commission’s recommendation. 3.3 Presentation and discussion regarding the P&Z Calendar of Upcoming Meetings: • Thursday, May 12, 2022 ~ Canceled ~ City Council Meeting Page 5 of 86 May 5, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 2 of 6 • Thursday, May 19, 2022 ~ P&Z Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ 6:00 p.m. • Thursday, May 26, 2022 ~ City Council Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ Open Meeting 5:00 p.m. (Liaison – Christiansen) • Thursday, June 2, 2022 ~ P&Z Meeting ~ Council Chambers 6:00 p.m. There was no discussion. 3.3 Discussion and review regarding the following meetings: Design Review Board, BioCorridor Board. There was no discussion 4. Consent Agenda 4.1 Consideration, discussion, and possible action to approve meeting minutes. • April 21, 2022 4.2 Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a Final Plat for Williams Creek Reserve Subdivision on approximately 56.952 acres, generally located on Rock Prairie Road east of Campbell Court. Case #FP2021-000030 Commissioner Cornelius motioned to approve the Consent Agenda. Commissioner Smith seconded the motion, motion passed (7-0). 5. Consideration, discussion, and possible action on items removed from the Consent Agenda by Commission Action. No items were removed. 6. Regular Agenda 6.1 Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Article 4, “Zoning Districts,” Section 4.2, “Official Zoning Map,” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas by changing the zoning district boundary from PDD Planned Development District to PDD Planned Development District for approximately 8.91 acres located at 1898 Arnold Road, generally located at the intersection of Arnold Road and Farah Drive. Case #REZ2022-000004 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the May 26, 2022 City Council Meeting – subject to change.) Staff Planner Macias presented this item to the Commission, recommending approval. Chairperson Christiansen asked for clarification on the cross-access location. Staff Planner Macias clarified the cross-access location. Commissioner Mirza asked for the parking requirements before the reduction. Page 6 of 86 May 5, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 3 of 6 Staff Planner Macias stated that the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) requires 1.5 spaces per bedroom for one-bedroom units. Ms. Macias further stated that the requested reduction would reduce the spaces to 1.15 spaces per bedroom in the existing PDD. Applicant, Michelle Sullivan, Kimley-Horn, addressed and was available to answer questions from the Commission. Chairperson Christiansen asked for the basis for reducing parking spaces. Commissioner Jackson stated that existing PDD had already reduced the parking. Commissioner McIlhaney asked if there is an increase in the parking to be provided. Staff Planner Macias stated that the current development will follow UDO requirements. Commissioner McIlhaney asked for clarification on the requested modifications. Staff Planner Macias clarified that the developer is reducing the maximum height to 40 feet, removing the cross-access with the adjacent development, and amending the layout of the concept plan. Commissioner Smith asked if traffic would be impeded by lack of cross-access. Ms. Sullivan stated that there will be no impediment to residents. Chairperson Christiansen opened the public hearing. No visitors spoke. Chairperson Christiansen closed the public hearing. Commissioner Wright motioned to recommend approval of the rezoning and concept plan. Commissioner Cornelius seconded the motion, the motion passed (7-0). 6.2 Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Article 4, “Zoning Districts,” Section 4.2, “Official Zoning Map,” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas by changing the zoning district boundary from PDD Planned Development District to PDD Planned Development District for approximately 5 acres located at 404 Harvey Mitchell Parkway South, generally located at the corner of Harvey Mitchell Parkway South and Raymond Stotzer Parkway. Case #REZ2022-000005 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the May 26, 2022 City Council Meeting – subject to change.) Staff Planner DiMeolo presented this item to the Commission, recommending approval. Commissioner Wright asked for the location of the access to this property. Staff Planner DiMeolo stated that there is an access easement with the adjacent property providing cross-access from the existing drive. Page 7 of 86 May 5, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 4 of 6 Chairperson Christiansen asked if staff was concerned with one access point to a 199-unit development. Staff Planner DiMeolo stated that with this being residential, the traffic will me more disbursed throughout the day than if it were commercial. Commissioner Jackson expressed access concerns. Staff Planner DiMeolo stated that the development is capped at 199 units due to fire access. Commissioner McIlhaney asked for clarification on access points. Staff Planner Dimeolo clarified that there are two access points off Harvey Mitchell Parkway. Commissioner Jackson asked for parking requirements and the theory behind 1.5 spaces per bedroom. Mr. Jackson asked if this adequate parking. Staff Planner Dimeolo stated that the City’s parking requirement includes space for visitors and there is no requirement for staff parking. Director of Planning & Development Services Ostrowski stated that this would be the minimum number of spaces provided, the developer could choose to provide additional spaces. Commissioner McIlhaney asked if the developer has stated the number of additional parking spots that will be provided for staff. Staff Planner Dimeolo stated that this has not been presented to staff. Commissioner Smith asked if the Fire Department has reviewed this concept plan, and if they are ok with it. Staff Planner Dimeolo stated that the Fire Department reviewed the concept plan, and that is why there is a unit cap. Transportation Planning Coordinator Schubert stated that access to the site is constrained no matter the use, however, this was decided when the PDD was approved originally. Commissioner Mirza asked if there are any height issues with the FAA. Staff Planner Dimeolo stated that the development is within the height limitations. Daniel Beamon, Beamon Engineering, addressed and was available to answer questions from the Commission. Commissioner Cornelius asked if the only access is still on Harvey Mitchell Parkway. Transportation Planning Coordinator Schubert stated that there is a second driveway with a northbound access further north of the development. Page 8 of 86 May 5, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 5 of 6 Commissioner McIlhaney asked how apartment complexes are operating with a reduction to parking. Ms. McIlhaney also stated that there will be an impact to fire access because of parking. Staff Planner Dimeolo clarified that most complexes are above the minimum requirements, and parking regulations depend on the unit mix. Director of Planning & Development Services Ostrowski clarified that parking requirements depend on many things such as type of units, occupants, and location. Mr. Ostrowski gave the example that if student housing location provides the ability for biking and walking, the parking reduction could be warranted and the reduction is typically through a PDD. Furthermore, marketability may be impacted if not enough parking is provided. Chairperson Christiansen asked if visitor spaces are provided. Mr. Beamon stated that visitor spaces are included in additional spaces for staff and in that one space per bedroom assuming that the complex will not be 100% full. Commissioner McIlhaney asked for the reasoning for making the request. Mr. Beamon stated that experience with the developer and this product. Commissioner Jackson expressed concerns for parking. Commissioner Mirza asked if parking would be in a parking lot or garage. Mr. Beamon stated that there will be some surface parking, but most parking will be in a garage. Chairperson Christiansen opened the public hearing. No visitors spoke. Chairperson Christiansen closed the public hearing. Commissioner McIlhaney motioned to recommend approval of the rezoning and concept plan. Commissioner Wright seconded the motion. Commissioner Smith expressed concerns for parking constraints, limited access, fire access, and fire lanes. Commissioner Jackson expressed concerns for parking constraints. Commissioner McIlhaney asked if action tonight will tie the Fire Department’s hands. Staff Planner DiMeolo stated that the Fire Department will review the site plan for fire requirements. The motion passed (6-1) with Commissioner Jackson voting in opposition. Page 9 of 86 May 5, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 6 of 6 7. Discussion and possible action on future agenda items. A Planning & Zoning Member may inquire about a subject for which notice has not been given. A statement of specific factual information or the recitation of existing policy may be given. Any deliberation shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on an agenda for a subsequent meeting. Director of Planning & Development Services Ostrowski introduced new staff Bekha Wells, Naomi Sing, Katherine Beaman-Jamael, and Lucas Harper. 8. Adjourn The meeting adjourned at 6:46 p.m. Approved: Attest: ______________________________ ________________________________ Dennis Christiansen, Chairperson Kristen Hejny, Admin Support Specialist Planning & Zoning Commission Planning & Development Services Page 10 of 86 Planning & Zoning Commission May 19, 2022 Scale 44 lots and 6 common areas on approximately 15.7 acres. Location Generally located southwest of the intersection of Diamondback Drive and Arrington Road. Property Owner OGC CNO JV, LLC Applicant RME Consulting Engineers Project Manager Erika Bridges, P.E., Assistant City Engineer ebridges@cstx.gov Project Overview This is the sixth phase of a 31-phase single-family clustered subdivision. This Final Plat creates 44 lots and approximately 2.9 acres of common area, including 2.9 acres of public right-of-way. Preliminary Plan A Preliminary Plan was approved in 2018 granting waivers to street projections, secondary street access, cul-de-sacs, block length, access ways, sidewalks, and park land dedication requirements. A revised Preliminary Plan was approved in 2021 with minor changes but no additional waivers. Public Infrastructure Approximate Totals (linear feet): 2,360 Streets 3,290 Sanitary Sewer Lines 1,750 Water Lines 2,340 Sidewalks 1,200 Storm Sewer Lines Parkland Dedication The Final Plat does not include land dedication for Community or Neighborhood Parkland. The developer has opted to dedicate land and construct the park improvements in lieu of paying parkland development and dedication fees for the overall development. Traffic Impact Analysis A traffic impact analysis (TIA) was updated with the preliminary plan approved in May of 2018. Compliant with Comprehensive Plan (including Master Plans) and Unified Development Ordinance Yes, with waivers granted through the preliminary plan. Compliant with Subdivision Regulations Yes Staff Recommendation Approval Supporting Materials 1.Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 2.Final Plat Final Plat of Greens Prairie Reserve Section 1, Phase 104 FP2020-000030 Page 11 of 86 Page 12 of 86 Page 13 of 86 Page 14 of 86 Page 15 of 86 Page 16 of 86 Page 17 of 86 Planning & Zoning Commission May 19, 2022 Scale 20 lots on 6.1 acres Location Generally located northwest of the intersection of Rock Prairie Road West and Feather Run. Property Owner BCS Mission Ranch, LP Applicant Schultz Engineering, LLC Project Manager Erika Bridges, P.E., Assistant City Engineer ebridges@cstx.gov Project Overview This plat will establish additional lots within the Mission Ranch Subdivision. This phase of the development will consist of 20 residential lots and 2 common areas. Preliminary Plan The northern portion of the subdivision was originally part of the Great Oaks Subdivision and is vested to 2007 regulations; the southern half of this development is subject to current subdivision regulations. A Preliminary Plan was approved in 2014 and 2015 granting waivers to block length, sidewalk, single-family parking standards for platting and cluster development requirements. A revised Preliminary Plan was approved in 2017, which granted a waiver request for additional block lengths, included the addition of a tract zoned for multi-family and excluded property sold to the school district. In 2020, a revised Preliminary Plan was approved with minor changes but no additional waivers. Public Infrastructure Total linear feet proposed: 610 Streets 760 Sanitary Sewer Lines 550 Sidewalks 580 Water Lines (Wellborn SUD) 340 Storm Sewer Lines Parkland Dedication Parkland dedication fee-in-lieu for 20 single-family lots, totaling $25,220, will be due prior to filing the final plat. Traffic Impact Analysis N/A Compliant with Comprehensive Plan (including Master Plans) and Unified Development Ordinance Yes Compliant with Subdivision Regulations Yes, with previously approved waivers Staff Recommendation Approval Supporting Materials 1.Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 2.Final Plat Final Plat for Mission Ranch Subdivision Phase 104 FP2020-000032 Page 18 of 86 Page 19 of 86 Page 20 of 86 Page 21 of 86 BLOCK 27 COMMON AREA 30 & PUECOMMON AREA 31 BLOCK 27 BLOCK 27 PARMER CREE K C T .FEATHER RUN LLANO RI V E R C O U R T COTTONWOOD TERRACE COURTHARDIN H ILLS DR IVE 11 10 9 8 COMMON AREA 48 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 7 8 9COTTONWOOD TERRACE COURT FEA TH ER RUN 11 10 9 8 COMMON AREA 48 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 7 8 9 10 11 COMMONAREA 28 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 COMMON AREA 24 & PUE 15 25 34 26 35 19 29 36 20 37 21 30 38 22 31 23 32 24 33 COMMON AREA 4 27 28 Parcel Table Parcel # 1042719 1042720 1042721 1042722 1042723 1042724 1042725 1042726 1042727 1042728 1042729 1042730 1042731 1042732 1042733 1042734 1042735 1042736 1042737 1042738 BLOCK 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 LOT 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 AREA (SF) 9,391 9,795 9,898 9,923 9,872 9,743 9,156 10,590 19,718 15,867 19,944 11,212 9,979 9,613 9,617 9,620 9,624 9,627 9,631 9,413 MAXIMUM IMPERVIOUS COVER (%) 61 59 58 58 58 59 63 54 50 50 50 51 58 60 60 60 60 60 60 61 TBPE NO. 12327 911 SOUTHWEST PKWY E.College Station, Texas 77840  (979) 764-3900 ENGINEER: FINAL PLAT MISSION RANCH SUBDIVISION PHASE 104 6.091 ACRES JAMES ERWIN SURVEY, A-119 COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS 20 LOTS BLOCK 27, LOTS 19-38 COMMON AREAS 30 & 31 (0.220 ACRES) SURVEYOR: Brad Kerr, RPLS No. 4502 Kerr Surveying, LLC 409 N. Texas Ave.Bryan, TX 77803 (979) 268-3195 SCALE 1'' = 40'APRIL 2022 OWNER/DEVELOPER: BCS MISSION RANCH, LP 9955 Barker Cypress Rd., Suite 250 Cypress, TX 77433(979) 260-7000 LEGEND TABLE 1 METES AND BOUNDS DESCRIPTION OF ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND LYING ANDBEING SITUATED IN THE JAMES ERWIN SURVEY, A-119 COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS.SAID TRACT BEING A PORTION OF THE REMAINDER OF A CALLED 270.800 ACRE TRACT AS DESCRIBEDBY A DEED TO BCS MISSION RANCH, LP, RECORDED IN VOLUME 13842, PAGE 179 OF THE OFFICIALPUBLIC RECORDS OF BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS. SAID TRACT BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EXTENSION OF THE EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF FEATHER RUN (77'R.O.W.) MARKING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF MISSION RANCH, PHASE 102, ACCORDING TO THE PLATRECORDED IN VOLUME 16118, PAGE 78 OF THE OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS.COORDINATES AND BEARING SYSTEM SHOWN HEREON ARE NAD83 (TEXAS STATE PLANE CENTRALZONE GRID NORTH) BASED ON THE PUBLISHED COORDINATES OF THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATIONCONTROL MONUMENT CS94-117 (N:10191793.14, E:35559913.46) AND AS ESTABLISHED BY GPSOBSERVATION. DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GRID DISTANCES. TO DETERMINE SURFACEDISTANCES MULTIPLY BY A COMBINED SCALE FACTOR OF 1.00009959277366 (CALCULATED USINGGEOID12B); THENCE: ALONG THE COMMON LINE OF SAID REMAINDER OF 207.800 ACRE TRACT AND MISSIONRANCH, PHASE 102, FOR THE FOLLOWING CALLS: N 58° 39' 57" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 179.61 FEET TO A ½ INCH IRON ROD WITH CAP STAMPED“MCCLURE BROWNE” FOUND; S 79° 53' 45" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 210.33 FEET TO A ½ INCH IRON ROD WITH CAP STAMPED“MCCLURE BROWNE” FOUND MARKING THE BEGINNING OF A COUNTERCLOCKWISE CURVEHAVING A RADIUS OF 724.95 FEET; ALONG SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 30° 42' 01" FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF 388.44FEET (CHORD BEARS: N 84° 45' 15" E - 383.81 FEET) TO THE END OF SAID CURVE; S 23° 03' 53" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 123.66 FEET; S 23° 16' 21" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 22.35 FEET; S 25° 36' 36" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 50.14 FEET; S 66° 47' 04" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 34.64 FEET; THENCE: THROUGH SAID REMAINDER OF 270.800 ACRE TRACT FOR THE FOLLOWING CALLS: S 23° 03' 53" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 115.04 FEET; S 66° 56' 15" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 24.34 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A CLOCKWISE CURVE HAVINGA RADIUS OF 915.00 FEET; ALONG SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 33° 22' 00" FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF 532.86FEET (CHORD BEARS: S 83° 37' 15" W - 525.36 FEET) TO THE END OF SAID CURVE; S 69° 21' 31" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 208.58 FEET TO THE EXTENSION OF THE EASTERLY LINE OFFEATHER RUN (77' R.O.W.); THENCE: CONTINUING THROUGH SAID REMAINDER OF 270.800 ACRE TRACT AND ALONG THEEXTENSION OF THE EASTERLY LINE OF FEATHER RUN FOR THE FOLLOWING CALLS: N 19° 55' 31" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 244.38 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A COUNTERCLOCKWISECURVE HAVING A RADIUS OF 572.50 FEET; ALONG SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 09° 09' 26" FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF 91.50FEET (CHORD BEARS: N 24° 30' 18" W - 91.40 FEET) TO THE END OF SAID CURVE; N 29° 05' 01" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 41.12 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING CONTAINING 6.091ACRES OF LAND AS SURVEYED ON THE GROUND. VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE F E A TH ER RU N HOLLEMAN DR IVE S .DEACON DRIVE W.GREAT OAK DR.ROCK PRAIRIE ROAD W. MISSION RANCH DR. Page 22 of 86 May 19, 2022 Regular Agenda Rezoning – The Arts Council To: Planning & Zoning Commission From: Derrick Williams, Staff Planner Agenda Caption: Public hearing, presentation, discussion and possible action regarding an ordinance amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance, “Article 4, Zoning Districts,” Section 4.2 “Official Zoning Map,” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas by changing the zoning district boundaries from C3 Light Commercial to GC General Commercial on approximately 1.26 acres of land located at 4180 State Highway 6 South. Case #REZ2021-000012 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the June 9th, 2022, City Council Meeting – Subject to change). Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the rezoning request. Summary: This request is to rezone approximately 1.26 acres of land where the Arts Council of Brazos Valley is located from C-3 Light Commercial to GC General Commercial. The C-3 Light Commercial zoning district was retired in 2003 with the original adoption of the Unified Development Ordinance, and very few C-3-zoned properties still exist today. The district was intended to provide locations for commercial sites too small for many permitted uses in the GC General Commercial district and that are low traffic generators. With low traffic uses, the C-3 district does not allow the use of freestanding signage. The Arts Council moved onto the subject property when it was already developed. While the Arts Council is an allowed use on their site, they would like to update the zoning to a current and more suitable district that would allow for better sign visibility along the highway. REZONING REVIEW CRITERIA 1. Whether the proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan: The subject property is currently zoned C-3 Light Commercial and is designated as General Commercial on the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use and Character Map. The Comprehensive Plan generally describes the General Commercial land use designation as follows: General Commercial – Concentrated areas of commercial activities that cater to both nearby residents and to the larger community or region. Generally, these areas tend to be large and located along regionally significant roads. Due to their context, these areas tend to prioritize automobile mobility. While not an exceptionally large site, its only access is from the highway frontage road and from cross access with neighboring commercial properties. The proposed rezoning of the GC General Commercial district is in line with the Comprehensive Plan. 2. Whether the uses permitted by the proposed zoning district will be appropriate in the context of the surrounding area: The proposed zoning district is appropriate in the context of the surrounding area as GC General Commercial is found along the majority of State Highway 6 South. Land within close proximity to Page 23 of 86 the Frontage Road provides a horizontal mixing of uses and gives easy access to nearby residents. The subject property is located on the southbound frontage road of Highway 6, between a church and medical clinic, with a gas station, restaurant, and automotive repair shop also along the same block. While the site is used to house The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley, uses that would be allowed by the GC General Commercial Zoning that are not currently allowed in the C-3 Light Commercial district include nursing and assisted living facilities, tutoring and trade schools, drive- in/thru windows, and hotels. 3. Whether the property to be rezoned is physically suitable for the proposed zoning district: Due to its location on the State Highway 6 Frontage Road, the subject property is appropriately placed for GC General Commercial development. The subject property is not in the FEMA floodplain. The subject property is physically suitable for the proposed zoning district. 4. Whether there is available water, wastewater, stormwater, and transportation facilities generally suitable and adequate for uses permitted by the proposed zoning district: This property has sufficient access to both water and wastewater mains. There is an existing detention already on the property. It also has single driveway access to SH 6 Frontage Road. 5. The marketability of the property: The zoning change will allow for the development of commercial uses that are typical and standard adjacent to major freeways. The proposed GC General Commercial zoning will allow for more marketability of the property. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the rezoning request. SUPPORTING MATERIALS 1. Vicinity, Aerial, and Small Area Map 2. Future Land Use Exhibit 3. Rezoning Map 4. Rezoning Exhibit 5. Background Information 6. Applicant’s Supporting Information Page 24 of 86 Page 25 of 86 Page 26 of 86 Page 27 of 86 Page 28 of 86 JANUARY 2022 SHENANDOAH PH 1, BLOCK A, LOT 2 REPLAT ACRES: 1.26 YEAR BUILT: 1994 AERIAL OF SUBJECT PROPERTY ARTS COUNCIL OF BRAZOS VALLEY EXISTING PROPOSED WALK WALK WALK FF=291.50 FF=291.50 KLAWPUBLIC ALLEY LOT 11.26 AC. BLOCK A PROPOSED ZONING: GENERAL COMMERCIAL LOT 21.26 ACRES WALK WALK WALK FF=291.50 FF=291.50 KLAWSH - 6 FRONATAGE ROAD PUBLIC ALLEY LOT 11.26 AC. BLOCK A CURRENT ZONING: LIGHT COMMERCIAL LOT 21.26 ACRES Page 30 of 86 BACKGROUND INFORMATION NOTIFICATIONS Advertised Commission Hearing Date: May 19, 2022 Advertised Council Hearing Date: June 9, 2022 The following neighborhood organizations that are registered with the City of College Station’s Neighborhood Services have received a courtesy letter of notification of this public hearing: Southern Plantation HOA Property owner notices mailed: 18 Contacts in support: None at the time of this report Contacts in opposition:None at the time of this report Inquiry contacts:1 at the time of this report ADJACENT LAND USES Direction Comprehensive Plan Zoning Land Use North General Commercial GC General Commercial Place of Worship South General Commercial C-3 Light Commercial Commercial Retail East Freeway/Expressway N/A (thoroughfare)SH 6 S Frontage West Suburban Residential PDD Planned Development District Single-Family Residential DEVELOPMENT HISTORY Annexation: 1983 Zoning: 1983 - C - 3 Light Commercial Final Plat:1993 - Shenandoah Ph 1 Replat Site development:The property is currently developed Page 31 of 86 Page 1 of 2 REZONING APPLICATION SUPPORTING INFORMATION ARTS COUNCILName of Project: 4180 STATE HIGHWAY 6 SAddress: Legal Description:SHENANDOAH PH 1, BLOCK A, LOT 2 REPLAT Total Acreage:1.26 Applicant::The Arts Council of Brazos Valley Property Owner:ARTS COUNCIL OF THE BRAZOS VAL List the changed or changing conditions in the area or in the City which make this zone change necessary. The area is along the highway and suitable for commercial properties. The current zoning does not allow for freestanding signage. Indicate whether or not this zone change is in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan. If it is not, explain why the Plan is incorrect. The zoning change is in accordance with the comprehensive plan. How will this zone change be compatible with the present zoning and conforming uses of nearby property and with the character of the neighborhood? The current use of the property is suitable for the current zoning. Explain the suitability of the property for uses permitted by the rezoning district requested. The proposed zoning is suitable for the area. The property is along State Highway 6 which is suitable for general commercial properties. The surrounding properties are also general commercial. Page 32 of 86 Page 2 of 2 Explain the suitability of the property for uses permitted by the current zoning district. The proposed zoning is suitable for the area. The property is along State Highway 6 which is suitable for general commercial properties. The surrounding properties are also general commercial. Explain the marketability of the property for uses permitted by the current zoning district. The proposed zoning district will be more marketable as a general commercial zoned property rather than a light commercial zoned property given the location. List any other reasons to support this zone change. N/A Page 33 of 86 Planning & Development Services  1101 Texas Avenue, PO Box 9960  College Station, TX 77840 Office 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM May 19, 2022 TO:Members of the Planning & Zoning Commission FROM:Molly Hitchcock, AICP Assistant Director, Planning & Development Services SUBJECT:UDO amendment regarding the Zoning Board of Adjustment Item:Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Section 2.3 “Zoning Board of Adjustment”, Section 3.17 “Written Interpretation”, Section 3.19 “Variance”, and Section 3.20 “Administrative Appeal” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, regarding the powers, duties, and processes of the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Case# ORDA2021- 000008. (Final action on this item is scheduled for the June 9, 2022 City Council Meeting - subject to change). Summary: A Unified Development Ordinance amendment is being proposed to align the ordinance with state statutes related to the Zoning Board of Adjustment. H.B. 1475 (87th Texas Legislature) allowed, for the first time, financial hardships to be considered in variance proceedings for non-conforming structures. H.B. 2497 (86th Legislature) allowed for appeals to ordinance interpretations not related to a specific project or address to be brought forward by interested parties. H.B. 2497 also established a timeframe in which an administrative appeal may be made and how it is to be processed. Proposed amendments to Section 3.17 “Written Interpretation” and 3.20 “Administrative Appeal” are solely to bring current language into compliance with state statute. Section 3.19 “Variance” too has new language that also mirrors state statute, but also reorders the list of variance criteria into a more logical approach for discussion. In addition to these necessary changes, the powers and duties of the Zoning Board of Adjustment are proposed to be updated to reflect all responsibilities assigned to it throughout the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station and by the Easterwood Field Joint Airport Zoning Board. Having a comprehensive list of ZBA responsibilities in the UDO will assist in the determination of the appropriate appellate body for Code variances and clearly establish minimum notification procedures. Page 34 of 86 Supporting Materials: 1. Section 2.3 Zoning Board of Adjustment redlines 2. Section 3.17 Written Interpretation redlines 3. Section 3.19 Variance redlines 4. Section 3.20 Administrative Appeal redlines Page 35 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 1 of 3 Sec. 2.3. Zoning Board of Adjustment. A.Creation. The City Council shall provide for the appointment of a Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) and the regulations and restrictions adopted shall be pursuant to the provisions of applicable statutory requirements of the State of Texas. B.Membership and Terms. 1.Number, Appointment. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall consist of five (5) members who are residents of the City and eligible voters. Appointment of members shall be made by the City Council. The City Council may provide for the appointment of four (4) alternate members of the Board of Adjustment who shall serve in the absence of one (1) or more regular members when requested to do so. 2.Terms. Each member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall be appointed for a term of two (2) years, except that two (2) members appointed initially shall have terms of only one (1) year. After the initial appointments, two (2) members shall be appointed in odd-numbered years to maintain a membership of five (5) members. Any alternate members appointed shall serve for the same period as the regular members and any vacancies shall be filled in the same manner as the regular members. 3.Vacancies. Vacancies shall be filled by the City Council for the unexpired term of any member whose term becomes vacant. C.Officers, Meetings, Quorum. 1.Officers. A Chairperson shall be appointed annually by the City Council. The ZBA shall select a Vice-Chair from among its members as needed. 2.Meetings. Meetings of the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall be held at the call of the Chairperson and at such other times as the Board may determine. Such Chairperson, or in his absence the acting Chairperson, may administer oaths and compel the attendance of witnesses. All meetings of the Board where a quorum is present shall be open to the public. 3.Quorum. All cases heard by the Zoning Board of Adjustment will always be heard by a minimum number of four (4) members. Four (4) members shall constitute a quorum for transaction of business and no variance or appeal shall be granted without a concurring vote of four (4) members. 4.Rules of Proceeding. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall adopt its own rules of procedure. 5.Minutes. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall keep minutes of its proceedings, indicating the vote of each member on each question or the fact that a member is absent or fails to vote, and shall keep records of its examinations and other official actions. The minutes and records shall be filed in the office of the Administrator and shall be a public record. Page 36 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 2 of 3 D.Powers and Duties. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall have the following powers and duties: 1.Variances. To hear and decide requests for variance from the setback, parking number or dimensions, parking island number or dimensions, sign (excluding sign regulations in the ETJ), maximum height, or lot size or dimension requirements of this UDO. Also, to hear and decide drainage variances (excluding landscaping provisions) in accordance with Chapter 105 “Floods,” Article II “Flood Hazard Protection” of the City of College Station Code of Ordinances when strict application of the provisions of the ordinance would result in unnecessary hardship. Specifically excluded from the variance process are requests for relief from a site plan requirement imposed by the Administrator when the requirement was necessary to gain compliance with the criteria for approval of a site plan in Section 3.6.E, Site Plan Review Criteria. Such requests will be heard and decided by the Design Review Board. Also excluded are roadway and infrastructure construction criteria and other subdivision regulations contained with Article 8, Subdivision Design and Improvements. Such requests shall require waivers granted by the Planning and Zoning Commission. 2.Administrative Appeals. To hear and decide appeals where it is alleged there is error in any order, requirement, decision, interpretation, or determination made by the Administrator or his designee in the enforcement of this UDO. 3.Official Zoning Map. To interpret the intent of the Official Zoning Map where uncertainty exists because the physical features on the ground vary from those on the Official Zoning Map. 4.Nonconformities. To hear and decide requests for the completion, enlargement, extension, or structural alteration of buildings and structures devoted to non-conforming uses in accordance with Section 9.2 ‘Nonconforming Uses’ of this UDO. 5. Special Exceptions. To hear and decide requests for special exceptions for the parking of vehicles on residential yards in accordance with Chapter 38 ‘Traffic and Vehicles,’ Article II ‘Stopping, Standing, and Parking,’ Section 38-43 ‘Parking, standing, or storing of recreational vehicles, trailer, or trucks in residential areas’ of the City of College Station Code of Ordinances. 6. Distance Requirements To hear and consider deviations from the distance requirements for the keeping of domestic livestock, fowl, and rabbits in accordance with Chapter 6 ‘Animals,’ Article V ‘Livestock, Birds, Exotic Animals and Wild Animals’ of the City of College Station Code of Ordinances. 7.Easterwood Field Airport Zoning. To hear and decide requests for appeals, special exemptions, and variances related toin accordance with the Easterwood Field Airport Zoning Ordinance. E.Staff. The Administrator shall provide staff, as needed, to the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Page 37 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 3 of 3 (Ord. No. 2013-3471 , Pt. 1(Exh. A), 1-10-2013) Page 38 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 1 of 1 Sec. 3.17. Written Interpretation. A.Applicability. The Administrator shall have authority to make all written interpretations concerning the provisions of this UDO. B.Request for Interpretation. A request for interpretation shall be submitted to the Administrator in a form established by the Administrator and made available to the public. Such request shall only be made during development review or when a code enforcement requirement is in question. C.Interpretation by Administrator. 1. The Administrator shall: a. Review and evaluate the request in light of the text of this UDO, the Official Zoning Map, the Comprehensive Plan, the Subdivision Regulations, and any other relevant information; b. Consult with other staff, as necessary; and c. Render an opinion. 2. The interpretation shall be provided to the applicant in writing. D.Official Record. The Administrator shall maintain an official record of interpretations. The record of interpretations shall be available for public inspection during normal business hours. E.Appeal. Appeals of written interpretations made by the Administrator shall be filed only by a party affected by the written interpretation with the Zoning Board of Adjustment or for appeals of written interpretations of the Subdivision Regulations, the Planning and Zoning Commission, within thirty (30)twenty (20) days of the decision in accordance with the procedures found in the Administrative Appeals Section in Article 3 of this UDO. If no appeal is filed within thirty (30)twenty (20) days, the written interpretation shall be final. (Ord. No. 2012-3449 , Pt. 1(Exh. E), 9-27-2012) Page 39 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 1 of 3 Sec. 3.19. Variance. A.Purpose. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall have jurisdiction to hear requests for a variance from the terms of this UDO. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall be authorized to grant a variance from the terms hereof if, and only if, they find that the strict enforcement of this UDO would create a substantial hardship to the applicant by virtue of unique special conditions not generally found within the City, and that the granting of the variance would preserve the spirit and intent of the Ordinance, and would serve the general interests of the public and the applicant. Variances may be granted only when in harmony with the general purpose and intent of this UDO so that public health, safety, and welfare may be secured and substantial justice done. B.Applicability. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall have the authority to grant variances from the standards in this UDO except for waivers of the standards in Article 8, Subdivision Design and Improvements, which may be made by the Planning and Zoning Commission during the subdivision process, and requests for relief from a site plan requirement imposed by the Administrator when the requirement was necessary to gain compliance with the criteria for approval of a site plan in the Site Plan Review Section in Article 3 of this UDO, which may be made by the Design Review Board. Any variance request up to ten (10) percent may be treated as an Administrative Adjustment subject to the requirements of the Administrative Adjustment Section in Article 3 of this UDO. C.Application. A complete application for a variance shall be submitted to the Administrator as set forth in the General Approval Procedures Section in Article 3 of this UDO. D.Action by the Zoning Board of Adjustment. 1.Public Hearing. Following notice in accordance with the General Approval Procedures Section in Article 3 of this UDO, the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall hold a public hearing. 2.Variance Review. Upon completion of the public hearing and after review of the variance application subject to the criteria listed in Section E below, the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall make a written finding and give its approval, approval with limitations, or disapproval of the variance. Page 40 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 2 of 3 E.Criteria for Approval of Variance. 1.Required Findings. The Zoning Board of Adjustment may authorize a variance from the requirements of this UDO when an unnecessary hardship would result from the strict enforcement of this UDO. In granting a variance, the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall prescribe only limitations that it deems not prejudicial to the public interest. In making the required findings, the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall take into account the nature of the proposed use of the land involved, the existing use of land in the vicinity, the possibility that a nuisance will be created, and the probable effect of such variance upon traffic conditions and upon public health, convenience, and welfare of the vicinity. No variance shall be granted unless the Board makes affirmative findings in regard to all of the following criteria: a.Extraordinary Conditions. That there are extraordinary or special conditions affecting the land involved such that strict application of the provisions of this UDO will deprive the applicant of the reasonable use of his land. For example, the variance is justified because of topographic or other special conditions unique to the property and development involved, in contradistinction to the mere inconvenience or financial disadvantage. b.Other Property. That these conditions do not generally apply to other property in the vicinity. cb.Enjoyment of a Substantial Property Right. That the variance is necessary for the preservation and enjoyment of a substantial property right of the applicant. c. d.Hardships. That the hardship is not the result of the applicant's own actions. The Board may consider the following as grounds to determine whether compliance with this ordinance as applied to a structure that is the subject of the appealvariance would result in unnecessary hardship: 1) The financial cost of compliance is greater than fifty percent (50%) of the appraised value of the structure as shown on the most recently approved municipal tax roll; 2) Compliance would result in a loss to the lot on which the structure is located of at least 25 percent (25%) of the area on which development may physically occur; 3) Compliance would result in the structure not being in compliance with a requirement of a City ordinance, building code, or other requirement; 4) Compliance would result in the unreasonable encroachment on an adjacent property or easement; or 5) The City considers the structure to be a nonconforming structure. Substantial Detriment. That the granting of the variance will not be detrimental to the public health, safety, or welfare, or injurious to other property in the area, or to the City in administering this UDO. de.Subdivision. That the granting of the variance will not have the effect of preventing the orderly subdivision of other land in the area in accordance with the provisions of this UDO. Page 41 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 3 of 3 ef.Flood Hazard Protection. That the granting of the variance will not have the effect of preventing flood hazard protection in accordance with Article 8, Subdivision Design and Improvements. f.Other Property. That these conditions do not generally apply to other property in the vicinity. g.Hardships. That the hardship is not the result of the applicant's own actions. hg.Comprehensive Plan. That the granting of the variance would not substantially conflict with the Comprehensive Plan and the purposes of this UDO. ih.Utilization. That because of these conditions, the application of the UDO to the particular piece of property would effectively prohibit or unreasonably restrict the utilization of the property. i.Substantial Detriment. That the granting of the variance will not be detrimental to the public health, safety, or welfare, or injurious to other property in the area, or to the City in administering this UDO. 2.Limitations. The Zoning Board of Adjustment may not grant a variance where the effect would be any of the following: a. To allow the establishment of a use not otherwise permitted in the applicable zoning district; b. To increase the density of a use, above that permitted by the applicable district; c. To extend physically a nonconforming use of land; or d. To change the zoning district boundaries shown on the Official Zoning Map. 3.Profitability Not to Be Considered. The fact that property may be utilized more profitably should a variance be granted may not be considered grounds for a variance. (Ord. No. 2012-3449 , Pt. 1(Exh. E), 9-27-2012) Page 42 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 1 of 2 Sec. 3.20. Administrative Appeal. A.Applicability. 1. Appeals to the Zoning Board of Adjustment may be taken by any person aggrieved by, or any officer or department affected by, specific points found in any of the following final decisions of the Administrator: a. Written interpretations of the text of this UDO; or b. Denial of Building Permit or site plan based on interpretation of Article 7, General Development Standards. 2. Appeals to the Planning and Zoning Commission may be taken by any person aggrieved by, or any officer or department affected by specific points found in the Administrator's written interpretations of the text of the Subdivision Regulations. B.Effect of Appeal. An appeal to the ZBA stays all legal proceedings in furtherance of the action appealed from, unless the Administrator from whom the appeal is taken certifies to the Zoning Board of Adjustment after the notice of appeal shall have been filed with him, that by reason of facts stated in the certificate a stay would, in his opinion, cause imminent peril to life or property. In such case, proceedings shall not be stayed otherwise than by a restraining order which may be granted by the Board or by a Court of record on application, on notices to the officer from whom the appeal is taken, and on due cause shown. C.Deadline for Submission of Application. An appeal from any final decision of the Administrator or Director of Planning and Development Services shall be filed with the Administrator within thirty (30)twenty (20) days of receipt of the decisionafter the date the decision is made. If no appeal is filed within thirty (30)twenty (20) days, the decision shall be final. D.Application. A complete application for an administrative appeal shall be submitted to the Administrator as set forth in the General Approval Procedures Section in Article 3 of this UDO. E.Record of Administrative Decision. The Administrator shall forthwith transmit to the Zoning Board of Adjustment or the Planning and Zoning Commission, as appropriate, all the papers constituting the record of the action appealed. Page 43 of 86 Created: 2021-08-25 07:53:39 [EST] (Supp. No. 5, Update 7) Page 2 of 2 F.Hearing. The Zoning Board of Adjustment or Planning and Zoning Commission, as appropriate, shall set a reasonable time for the appeal hearing and hear the appeal within sixty (60) days of the date of the appeal application or such extension as requested by the applicant or Administrator, give public notice as set forth in the General Approval Procedures Section in Article 3 of this UDO, as well as due notice to the parties in interest, and The Board or Commission shall decide the appeal at their next meeting for which notice can be provided following the hearing and not later than the sixtieth (60th) day after the date the appeal is filed.decide the same within a reasonable time. G.Final Action by Zoning Board of Adjustment or Planning and Zoning Commission. The Zoning Board of Adjustment or Planning and Zoning Commission, as appropriate, may only consider the specific interpretive language of the Administrator and may reverse or affirm wholly or partly, or may modify the interpretation appealed from. In any case, the Board or Commission shall only present findings regarding specific errors made in the Administrator's interpretation. (Ord. No. 2012-3449 , Pt. 1(Exh. E), 9-27-2012) Page 44 of 86 May 19, 2022 Item No. 5.3. Parkland Dedication Ordinance Amendment Sponsor:Michael Ostrowski, Director of Planning and Development Reviewed By CBC:Planning & Zoning Commission Agenda Caption:Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Article 8, "Subdivision Design and Improvements," Section 8.8 "Requirements for Park Land Dedication," of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, in its entirety, including amending the official Park Zones Map and land dedication and fee amounts. Case #ORDA2021-000004 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the June 23, 2022 City Council Meeting - Subject to change). Relationship to Strategic Goals: Financial Sustainability Core Services & Infrastructure Diverse & Growing Economy Recommendation(s): The Parks and Recreation Board heard this item at their May 10, 2022 meeting and recommended approval. Staff recommends approval. Summary: This item was discussed previously by the Parks and Recreation Board on 10/12/21 and the Planning and Zoning Commission on 10/21/21, where both bodies recommended approval. At the 10/28/21 and 3/24/22 City Council meetings, the City Council requested some additional changes. Those changes have been incorporated into the revised ordinance. For parkland dedication purposes, developers are required to dedicate either land and/or fee in lieu of land for new residential development (both single-family and multi-family). The intent is that this dedication or fee will offset the demand that the new residents will place on the parks system. In addition to land, developers are also required to either construct or provide a fee for the improvements of the parks facilities. These funds are not to be used for maintenance, but rather new or improved parks facilities. The land and improvements required for each development are to be located within the same park zone where the development is taking place. Through a couple of City Council work sessions, the City Council has directed staff to make several changes to the parkland dedication requirements within the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). While there are several changes to the ordinance, they generally fall into the following categories: (1) zones, (2) credits, (3) appeals, and (4) fees. Zones With respect to zones, the current ordinance splits park zones into two different categories (community and neighborhood). Within these categories, there are two community park zones and 16 neighborhood park zones. To help provide for a more effective distribution of parkland dedication funds, it has been requested to eliminate the distinction of categories for ordinance purposes, and to reduce the number of parkland dedication zones. The proposed ordinance has been reflected as such. Furthermore, a new map has been created to identify four different zones. Page 45 of 86 Credits Direction was also given to provide credit to developers who construct private parks. The thought behind this is that with the construction of private parks in new developments, some of the demand that is created by the new residences will be offset by the private park. However, those residents will also likely use other parks in the city and therefore, some dedication and/or fees should still be provided. It is recommended that a 25% credit be given for private parks that are constructed to certain standards and approved by the City. AppealsIt was requested that an appeals section be incorporated into the ordinance. Staff has drafted an appeals section (Section 8.8.D.11), which is similar to the appeals process for impact fees. FeesIn terms of fees, City Council has directed staff to ensure that (1) there is a standard review of fees, (2) that the cost per acre of land reflects market costs, (3) that the park development fee recognizes passive parks, (4) that Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) projects pay the same fee, and (5) that the fees are calculated based on current data. All these changes have been incorporated into the revised ordinance. As it relates to fees, the new ordinance includes a proportionate rate, and the City Council will then consider what collection rate will be charged. The fee calculations are identified in Section 8.8.K. The following are the existing fees for parkland dedication: Land dedication Single-family: One acre per number of dwelling units 61 Multi-family: One acre per number of bedrooms 145 Fee in lieu of land dedication Single-family per dwelling unit $524 Multi-family per bedroom $220 Park development fee Single-family per dwelling unit $737 Multi-family per bedroom $467 Total park fees Single-family per dwelling unit $1,261Multi-family per bedroom $687 In addition to the changes above, staff has made other cleanup changes throughout the ordinance and therefore recommends amending Section 8.8 in its entirety. Budget & Financial Summary: The financial impact will be dependent on the adopted collection rate. Attachments: 1.Cover Sheet Page 46 of 86 2.Ordinance Amendment - UDO 8.8 Parkland Dedication - Final3.Ordinance Amendment - UDO 8.8 Parkland Dedication - Final with Changes Page 47 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 1 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 ORDINANCE NO. ____________ AN ORDINANCE AMENDING APPENDIX A, “UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE,” ARTICLE 8, “SUBDIVISION DESIGN AND IMPROVEMENTS,” SECTION 8.8, “REQUIREMENTS FOR PARK LAND DEDICATION,” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS, BY AMENDING THE SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; DECLARING A PENALTY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS: PART 1: That Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Article 8, “Subdivision Design and Improvements,” Section 8.8, “Requirements for Park Land Dedication,” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, be amended as set out in Exhibit “A” and Exhibit “B” attached hereto and made a part of this Ordinance for all purposes. PART 2: If any provision of this Ordinance or its application to any person or circumstances is held invalid or unconstitutional, the invalidity or unconstitutionality does not affect other provisions or application of this Ordinance or the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, that can be given effect without the invalid or unconstitutional provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. PART 3: That any person, corporation, organization, government, governmental subdivision or agency, business trust, estate, trust, partnership, association and any other legal entity violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punishable by a fine of not less than twenty five dollars ($25.00) and not more than five hundred dollars ($500.00) or more than two thousand dollars ($2,000) for a violation of fire safety, zoning, or public health and sanitation ordinances, other than the dumping of refuse. Each day such violation shall continue or be permitted to continue, shall be deemed a separate offense. PART 4: This Ordinance is a penal ordinance and becomes effective ten (10) days after its date of passage by the City Council, as provided by City of College Station Charter Section 35. Page 51 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 2 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 PASSED, ADOPTED and APPROVED this ______ day of ___________, 2022. ATTEST: APPROVED: _____________________________ _____________________________ City Secretary Mayor APPROVED: _______________________________ City Attorney Page 52 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 3 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 Exhibit A That Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Article 8, “Subdivision Design and Improvements,” Section 8.8, “Requirements for Park Land Dedication,” of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 8.8. Requirements for Park Land Dedication. A. Purpose. It is hereby declared by the College Station City Council that public park, conservation, and greenway areas are valuable assets that advance the public’s health, safety, and welfare. This Section is adopted to provide active and passive recreational areas in the form of park facilities as a function of subdivision and site development in the City of College Station and its Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). This Section is enacted in accordance with the home rule powers of the City of College Station granted under the Texas Constitution, and the statutes of the State of Texas, including, but not by way of limitation, Texas Local Government Code Chapter 212 as may be amended from time to time. This Section recognizes that parkland dedication is a fair, reasonable, and uniform method of financing these assets that does not impose an unfair burden on new or existing development. The intent is to require new development to pay its proportionate costs that are associated with providing new, expanded, and renovated parks, so they are borne by the new residents who are responsible for creating the additional demand. This is done by integrating such requirements into the procedure for planning and developing property or subdivisions in the City and its ETJ, whether such development consists of new construction on vacant land or rebuilding and remodeling of multi-family dwellings that results in an increase in the number of bedrooms on existing residential property. The intent of these assets is to provide a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for new residents within reasonable proximity of their homes. The primary cost of purchasing, developing, or improving parks should be borne by the landowners of residential property who, by reason of the proximity of their property to such parks, shall be the primary beneficiaries of such facilities. To ensure this nexus, park zones have been established by the College Station City Council. They are shown on the Park Zones Map and they shall be prima facie proof that any park area located therein is within a convenient distance from any residence located therein. Parkland dedication is consistent with, and furthers the objectives and policies of, the City’s Comprehensive Plan and the Recreation, Park, & Open Space Master Plan to protect the health, safety, and general welfare of the public. It is coordinated with other city policies, ordinances, and resolutions by which the City seeks to ensure the provision of adequate park facilities in conjunction with the development of land. B. Applicability. This Section applies to a landowner who develops land for residential use located within the City or within its ETJ. Page 53 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 4 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 C. Park Zones. The City is hereby divided into park zones, as shown on the official Park Zones Map, located below, together with all explanatory matter thereon. Zone boundaries typically follow key topographic features such as major thoroughfares, streams, City limit, and ETJ boundary lines. New park zones may be created or existing zones amended pursuant to procedures for amending the UDO. D. Requirements. 1. General. The City Manager or his/her designee shall administer this Section with certain review, recommendation, and approval authorities being assigned to the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and various City departments as specified herein. Generally, the developer of residential property must address the following requirements pursuant to this Section: dedication of land for park use or payment of a fee in lieu thereof, and payment of a development fee for park improvements necessary to transform the land into a useable park. Requirements herein are based on actual dwelling units or bedrooms for an entire development. Increases or decreases in final unit or Page 54 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 5 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 bedroom count may require an adjustment in fees paid or land dedicated. If the actual number of dwelling units or bedrooms exceeds the original estimate, additional park land and additional park development fees may be required in accordance with the requirements in this Section. The schedule of fees and required land dedications are identified in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. The delineation of park zones is identified in Section C “Park Zones”. 2. Land Dedication. a. The amount of land to be dedicated for park purposes shall be as set forth in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. The total amount of land dedicated for the development shall be dedicated to the City in fee simple: 1) Prior to the issuance of any building permits for multi-family development, 2) Concurrently with the final plat for each phase of the development, or 3) In accordance with the terms of a valid Development Agreement associated with the property. If land dedication is to occur in future phases of a multiple-phase development, the developer may provide the City with financial security against the current dedication requirements by providing a bond, irrevocable letter of credit, or other alternative financial guarantee such as a cash deposit in the amount equal to the number of acres park land required and, in a form acceptable to the City. The amount of the financial guarantee shall be the amount of fee in lieu of land dedication and improvements as set forth in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. The financial guarantee will be released to the developer, without interest, upon the filing of the final plat for the subsequent phase that dedicates the required park land and payment of the fee for the required improvements. b. Since residents living in the ETJ are likely to use the City’s park facilities, they should contribute to the cost of providing them. As a result of the difficulty faced by the City in maintaining property outside its corporate limits, the City will generally require a fee in lieu rather than the dedication of land. Alternatively, the dedication requirements of this Section may be met through the creation of private parkland in the same amount required as set forth in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees” provided the developer enters into a written agreement that all such private parkland be dedicated to the City at the time of full purpose annexation into the City and provided that any plat related to such development is inscribed with a notation regarding same. If the private parkland option is chosen, a provision for private upkeep of the facilities as described in Section H “Credit for Private Park Amenities” shall be made. 3. Fee in Lieu of Land. In lieu of dedicating land for parks, a developer may request to meet some or all of the land dedication requirements through payment of a fee in lieu thereof in the amounts set Page 55 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 6 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 forth in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. Such fees shall be due at the same time as fees are due for final platting or for issuance of a building permit, based on the type of residential development. 4. City Final Approval. The City shall have the final authority in determining what proportion of land or fee may be accepted in lieu of required land dedication. The City may, from time to time, require that a fee be submitted in lieu of land dedication in amounts as set forth in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees” for the park land dedication. Likewise, the City may, from time to time, require that land be dedicated in amounts as set forth in Section K and that no fee in lieu of land will be accepted. 5. Approval Process for Park Land Dedication. a. For land dedication of five (5) acres or more to be accepted by the City, the landowner must: 1) Obtain a recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and 2) Obtain approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission pursuant to the Plat Review in Article 3 of this UDO. The Planning and Zoning Commission shall consider the recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board but may make a decision contrary to its recommendation by majority vote. b. The City of College Station will generally not accept dedications of land for parks that are less than five (5) acres, as maintaining small parks is inefficient and too costly for the City to sustain over the long-term. However, the City Manager or his/her designee is authorized to accept and approve land dedications of less than five (5) acres if the following criteria are met: 1) The proposed dedication provides a sufficient amount of park land in the park zone of the proposed development for required park land dedication, or such land provides a valuable link to the greater park system; 2) The proposed dedication has especially attractive park features, as determined by the City Manager or his/her designee; 3) Where the proposed dedication is insufficient for a park site under existing park design standards, some or all of the dedication requirements may be in the form of a fee in amounts as set forth in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”; and 5) The proposed development of the park is consistent with College Station's Recreation, Park, & Open Space Master Plan, as may be amended from time to time. In making his/her decision, the City Manager or his/her designee may choose to submit such application to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board for its recommendation. In such event, the City Manager or his/her designee shall consider such recommendation but may make a decision contrary in accordance with the criteria set forth herein. Page 56 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 7 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 6. Park Development Fee. In addition to the land dedication requirements for parks, there are also park development fees established herein sufficient to develop parks in ways that meet the City Park Facility and Equipment Standards. The amount of development fees assessed to a developer subject to this Section for parks is as shown in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. The process for the approval and collection of development fees shall be the same as for the park land dedication requirements to which the development relates, and shall be processed simultaneously with the park land dedication requirements. 7. Construction of Park Improvements in Lieu of Development Fee. A developer may elect to construct park improvements in lieu of paying the associated development fees as set forth herein. In such event: a. A park site plan, developed in cooperation with the Parks and Recreation Department staff, must be submitted and approved by the Director of Parks and Recreation Department or his/her designee and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board upon submission of final plat or upon application for a site plan and/or building permit, whichever is applicable. b. Detailed plans and specifications for park improvements hereunder shall be due and processed in accordance with the procedures and requirements pertaining to public improvements for final plats, site plans, and for building permits issuance, whichever is applicable. c. All plans and specifications shall meet or exceed the City Park Facility and Equipment Standards in effect at the time of the submission. d. If the improvements are constructed on land that has already been dedicated to and/or is owned by the City, then the Developer must post payment and performance bonds equal to park development fees to guarantee the payment to subcontractors and suppliers and to guarantee the developer completes the work in accordance with the approved plans, specifications, ordinances, and other applicable laws. e. The construction of all improvements must be completed in accordance with the requirements relating to the construction of public improvements for final plats, site plans, and issuance of building permits, whichever is applicable. This includes the guaranteeing of performance in lieu of completing the park improvements prior to final plat approval. Notwithstanding any other applicable ordinances, park improvements should be completed within two (2) years from the date of the approval. f. Completion and Acceptance. Park development will be considered complete and a Certificate of Completion will be issued after the following requirements are met: 1) Improvements have been constructed in accordance with the approved plans, Page 57 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 8 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 2) All park land upon which the improvements have been constructed has been dedicated as required under this Section; and 3) All manufacturers' warranties have been provided for any equipment installed in the park as part of these improvements. g. Upon issuance of a Certificate of Completion, the developer warrants the improvements for a period of one (1) year as set forth in the requirements in the City Park Facility and Equipment Standards. h. The developer shall be liable for any costs required to complete park development if: 1) Developer fails to complete the improvements in accordance with the approved plans; or 2) Developer fails to complete any warranty work. 8. Submitting Fee. Any fees required to be paid pursuant to this Section shall be remitted: a. Prior to the issuance of any building permits for multi-family development; or b. Upon the submission of each final plat for single-family, duplex, or townhouse development. 9. Use of Fees. Fees may be used only for the acquisition, development, and/or improvement of park facilities to which they relate; fees shall not be used for maintenance purposes. Fees in lieu of land dedication may only be used for purchase, development and/or improvement of parks located within the same zone as the development, or in an adjacent zone in a scenario where the development occurs close to a zone border. 10. Reimbursement for City Acquired Park Land. The City may from time to time acquire land for parks in advance of actual or potential development. If the City does take such action, then it may require subsequent dedications to be in fee in lieu of land only. The fees will serve to reimburse the City for the cost(s) of acquisition. 11. Appeals. The property owner or applicant for new development may appeal the following decisions to the Director of Planning and Development Services, or his or her designee: a. The applicability of the land dedication, fee in lieu, or development fee; b. The amount of the land dedication or fee due; c. The determination of credit for private property amenities; and/or d. The amount of the refund due, if any. All appeals shall be taken within 30 days of notice of the action from which the appeal is taken. Page 58 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 9 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 The burden of proof shall be on the appellant to demonstrate that the amount of the dedication, fee, refund, or credit was not calculated according to the requirements of this ordinance. The appellant may appeal the decision of the Director of Planning and Development Services to the City Council. A notice of appeal to the Council must be filed by the applicant with the City Secretary within 30 days following the Director's decision. The filing of an appeal shall not stay the collection of the fee due. If the notice of appeal is accompanied by a payment in an amount equal to the fee due as calculated by the City, the plat or building permit application shall be processed. E. Prior Dedication or Absence of Prior Dedication. If a dedication requirement arose prior to enactment or amendment of this Section, subsequent development for the subject tract to which the dedication requirements applies may be subject to vesting as set forth in Chapter 245 Texas Local Government Code. Depending on the circumstances, additional dedication may be required for the increase in dwelling units or bedrooms from what was originally proposed. F. Comprehensive Plan Considerations. The City's Recreation, Park, & Open Space Master Plan is intended to provide the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board with a guide upon which to base its recommendations. Because of the need to consider specific characteristics in the site selection process and future development, the park locations indicated on the Plan are general. The actual locations, sizes, and number of parks will be determined when development occurs or when sites are acquired by the City, including by donations. G. Special Fund; Right to Refund. The City shall account for all fees in lieu of land and all development fees paid under this Section with reference to the individual plat(s) involved. Any fees paid for such purposes must be encumbered or expended by the City within 10 years from the date received by the City for acquisition, development, and/or improvement of a park as required herein. Such funds shall be considered to be spent on a first-in, first-out basis. If the funds are not so encumbered by contract of purchase order or expended, then the owners of the property on the last day of the 10-year period will be entitled to a refund of the unexpended sum upon request. The owners of the property as shown on the current tax roll or proven by other instrument, must request a refund within one year of the expiration of the 10-year period. The request must be made in writing to the Director of Parks and Recreation. H. Credit for Private Park Amenities. 1. Up to 25% of the total fee in lieu and park development fee required by this Section to be paid by a developer may be eligible for reimbursement if the developer provides private park land and/or amenities on the site. The remaining percentage is retained for deposit in the City's parkland dedication fund for the purpose of defraying the financial burden that new residential units impose on the existing public park system in the City, beyond the immediate development in which the dwelling is located. Page 59 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 10 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 2. Private facilities eligible for credit are those outdoor amenities typically found in city public parks, which will substitute for the improvements otherwise funded by a dedication fee to meet the outdoor recreation needs of residents. 3. The amount of credit shall be based on actual out-of-pocket dollar costs that the developer incurred in providing the outdoor recreation amenities: a. The improvements must be constructed in accordance with the City Park Facility and Equipment Standards. b. The developer is required to submit to the City all invoices paid toward the construction of the private amenities. c. In order to receive the credit, the improvement must be inspected and approved by all appropriate City staff. 4. Yards, court areas, setbacks, and other open areas required to be maintained under the City’s UDO, and other regulations, shall not be included in the credit computation. 5. Private recreation improvements shall be owned by an incorporated nonprofit homeowners’ association comprised of all property owners in the subdivision. The organization should operate under recorded land agreements through which each property unit owner in the subdivision is automatically a member, and each unit is subject to a charge for a proportionate share of expenses for maintaining the facilities. 6. Should the homeowners’ association fail to maintain the developer-provided private park facilities in compliance with City standards, each property owner agrees that the City may access the facilities to operate, maintain, and repair them. The costs of such maintenance, operations, and repairs shall be charged to the homeowners’ association. Such requirement shall be by recorded covenant, which runs with the land in favor of future owners of the property, and which cannot be defeated or eliminated without the written consent of the City. 7. Use of the private park shall be restricted for park and recreation purposes by recorded covenant, which runs with the land in favor of future owners of the property, and which cannot be defeated or eliminated without the written consent of the City. 8. Facilities must be similar or comparable to what would be required to meet public park standards and recreational needs as set forth in Section I “Park Land Guidelines and Requirements”. 9. The design of private park amenities must be reviewed and approved by the City prior to final plat approval. 10. All private park amenities shall be constructed in accordance with Section D (7) “Construction of Park Improvements in Lieu of Development Fee”. I. Park Land Guidelines and Requirements. Parks should be easy to access and open to public view so as to benefit area development, enhance the visual character of the City, protect public safety, and minimize conflict with adjacent land uses. The following guidelines and requirements shall be used in designing parks and adjacent development. Page 60 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 11 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 1. Any land dedicated to the City under this Section must be suitable for park and recreation uses. The dedication shall be free and clear of any and all liens and encumbrances that interfere with its use for park purposes. The City Manager or his/her designee shall determine whether any encumbrances interfere with park use. Minerals may be reserved from the conveyance provided that there is a complete waiver of the surface use by all mineral owners and lessees. A current title report must be provided with the land dedication. The property owner shall pay all taxes or assessments owed on the property up to the date of acceptance of the dedication by the City. A tax certificate from the Brazos County Tax Assessor shall be submitted with the dedication or plat. 2. Consideration will be given to land that is in the floodplain or may be considered "floodable" even though not in a federally regulated floodplain as long as, due to its elevation, it is suitable for park improvements. Sites should not be severely sloping or have unusual topography which would render the land unusable for recreational activities, as set forth in the City Park Facility and Equipment Standards. 3. At the discretion of the City, land in floodplains will be considered on a three (3) for one (1) basis. Three (3) acres of floodplain will be equal to one (1) acre of park land. 4. Where feasible, park sites should be located adjacent to greenways and/or schools in order to encourage shared facilities and joint development of new sites. 5. Unless intended to serve a larger area, park sites should be adjacent to residential areas in a manner that serves the greatest number of users and should be located to minimize users having to cross arterial roadways to access them. Furthermore, park sites should not be encumbered by overhead utility lines or easements which may limit the opportunity for park development. 6. Where appropriate, sites with existing trees or other scenic elements are preferred. 7. Detention/retention areas will not be considered to meet dedication requirements, but may be accepted as a donation in addition to the required dedication. If accepted as part of the park, the detention/retention area design must meet specific parks specifications in the City Park Facility and Equipment Standards. 8. Where park sites are adjacent to greenways, schools, or existing or proposed subdivisions, access ways may be required to facilitate public access to parks. 9. It is desirable that 50% of the perimeter of a park should abut a public street. J. Warranty Required. 1. All materials and equipment provided to the City shall be new unless otherwise approved in advance by the City Manager or his/her designee and all work shall be of good quality, free from faults and defects, and in conformance with the designs, plans, specifications, and drawings, and recognized industry standards. This warranty, any other warranties express or implied, and any other consumer rights, shall inure to the benefit of the City only and are not made for the benefit of any party other than the City. 2. All work by the developer or landowner not conforming to these requirements, including but not limited to unapproved substitutions, may be considered defective. 3. This warranty is in addition to any rights or warranties expressed or implied by law. Page 61 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 12 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 4. Where more than a one (1) year warranty is specified in the applicable plans, specifications, or submittals for individual products, work, or materials, the longer warranty shall govern. 5. This warranty obligation may be covered by any performance or payment bonds tendered in compliance with this Section. 6. If any of the work performed by the developer or landowner is found or determined to be either defective, including obvious defects, or otherwise not in accordance with this Section, the designs, plans, drawings or specifications within one (1) year after the date of the issuance of a Certificate of Final Completion of the work or a designated portion thereof, whichever is longer, or within one (1) year after acceptance by the City of designated equipment, or within such longer period of time as may be prescribed by law or by the terms of any applicable special warranty required by this ordinance, developer shall promptly correct the defective work at no cost to the City. 7. During the applicable warranty period and after receipt of written notice from the City to begin corrective work, developer shall promptly begin the corrective work. The obligation to correct any defective work shall be enforceable under this Code of Ordinances. The guarantee to correct the defective work shall not constitute the exclusive remedy of the City, nor shall other remedies be limited to the terms of either the warranty or the guarantee. 8. If within twenty (20) calendar days after the City has notified developer of a defect, failure, or abnormality in the work, developer has not started to make the necessary corrections or adjustments, the City is hereby authorized to make the corrections or adjustments, or to order the work to be done by a third party. The cost of the work shall be paid by developer. 9. The cost of all materials, parts, labor, transportation, supervision, special instruments, and supplies required for the replacement or repair of parts and for correction of defects shall be paid by developer, its contractors, or subcontractors or by the surety. 10. The guarantee shall be extended to cover all repairs and replacements furnished, and the term of the guarantee for each repair or replacement shall be one (1) year after the installation or completion. The one (1) year warranty shall cover all work, equipment, and materials that are part of the improvements made under this Section of the ordinance. K. Park Land Dedication and Development Fees. Park land dedication and development fees for developments located within the City limits and ETJ are indicated below. The City shall review the fees established and the amount of park land dedication required in this ordinance at least every five (5) years. Failure to review by the City shall not invalidate this ordinance. The amount indicated in the Collection Rate column shall be the amount required for each unit or bedroom proposed. Page 62 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 13 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 Total dedication and fee amounts Land dedication Proportionate Rate Collection Rate Single-family: One acre per number of dwelling units 48 Multi-family: One acre per number of bedrooms 83 Fee in lieu of land dedication Single-family per dwelling unit $1,106 Multi-family per bedroom $396 Park development fee Single-family per dwelling unit $4,150 Multi-family per bedroom $1,486 Total dedication and development fees Single-family per dwelling unit $5,256 Multi-family per bedroom $1,881 Page 63 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 14 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 The following calculations were used to determine the Proportionate Rate for the dedication and fee amounts: Input Data Neighborhood park acres 567 Community park acres (ex. Lick Creek and Veterans) 354 Passive park acres 198 Total park acres 1,119 Single-family dwelling units 27,343 Multi-family dwelling units 19,010 Total number of dwelling units 47,796 Persons per household (PPH) - Overall 2.58 PPH - Single-family structures 2.89 PPH - Multi-family structures 2.20 Ratio of MFU/SFU PPH 0.76 (PPH - multi-family structures / PPH - single-family structures) Dwelling units per acres of parks 42.71 (total number of dwelling units / total park acres) Adjustment ratio MFU/SFU 0.12 ((1 - ratio of MFU/SFU PPH)/2) Land dedication Single-family dwelling units per acre of park land 48 (dwelling units per acres of parks (1 + adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) Multi-family-family bedroom units per acre of park land 83 ((dwelling units per acres of parks (1 - adjustment ratio MFU/SFU) * PPH - multi-family structures)) Page 64 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 15 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 Fee in lieu of land dedication Average cost per acre of neighborhood park land $50,000 Average cost per acre of community park land $44,250 Average cost per acre of passive park land $16,250 Fair market value of existing neighborhood park land $28,374,335 (average cost per acre of neighborhood park land * neighborhood park acres) Fair market value of existing community park land $15,655,778 (average cost per acre of community park land * community park acres) Fair market value of existing passive park land $3,213,481 (average cost per acre of passive park land * passive park acres) Total fair market value of existing park land $47,243,595 Average fair market value of an acre of land $42,218 (total fair market value of existing park land / total park acres) Average fee-in-lieu $988 (average fair market value of an acre of land / dwelling units per acres of parks) Fee in-lieu of land per single-family unit $1,106 (average fee-in-lieu * (1 + adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) Fee in-lieu of land per multi-family bedroom $396 ((average fee-in-lieu * (1 - adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) / PPH - multi-family structures) Page 65 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 16 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 Park development fee Reatta Meadows Cost (December 2017, adjusted for inflation to March 2022) $513,141.76 Acres 3.00 Cost per acre $171,047 (cost/acres) Northgate Cost (April 2019, adjusted for inflation to March 2022) $470,270.45 Acres 1.87 Cost per acre $251,482 (cost/acres) Average developed park cost per acre (average park cost/acres) $211,264 Average passive park cost per acre (15% of developed) $27,974 ((neighborhood parks value + community parks value) / (neighborhood park acres + community park acres)) Neighborhood parks value $97,067,042 Community parks value $74,745,953 Passive parks value $5,531,890 Total parks value $177,344,885 Average development cost per acre $158,479 (total parks value / total park acres) Average development cost per dwelling unit $3,710 (average development cost per acre / dwelling units per acres of parks) Development cost per single-family unit $4,150 (development cost per dwelling unit * (1 + adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) Development cost per multi-family bedroom $1,486 ((development cost per dwelling unit * (1 - adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) / PPH - multi-family structures) Page 66 of 86 ORDINANCE NO. ___________ Page 17 of 17 Ordinance Form 8-14-17 Exhibit B That Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Article 8, “Subdivision Design and Improvements,” Section 8.8, “Requirements for Park Land Dedication,” Appendix I of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, is hereby repealed. Page 67 of 86     Page 1 of 18 Sec. 8.8. Requirements for Park Land Dedication. A. Purpose. It is hereby declared by the College Station City Council that public park, conservation, and greenway areas are valuable assets that advance the public’s health, safety, and welfare. This Section is adopted to provide active and passive recreational areas in the form of neighborhood park facilities as well as community park facilities as a function of subdivision and site development in the City of College Station and its Extra-TerritorialExtraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). This Section is enacted in accordance with the home rule powers of the City of College Station granted under the Texas Constitution, and the statutes of the State of Texas, including, but not by way of limitation, Texas Local Government Code Chapter 212 as may be amended from time to time. It is hereby declared by the City Council that recreational areas in the form of neighborhood parks and community parks are necessary and in the public welfare, and that the only adequate procedure to provide for neighborhood parks and community parks isThis Section recognizes that parkland dedication is a fair, reasonable, and uniform method of financing these assets that does not impose an unfair burden on new or existing development. The intent is to require new development to pay its proportionate costs that are associated with providing new, expanded, and renovated parks, so they are borne by the new residents who are responsible for creating the additional demand. This is done by integrating such requirements into the procedure for planning and developing property or subdivisions in the City and its ETJ, whether such development consists of new construction on vacant land or rebuilding and remodeling of structuresmulti-family dwellings that results in an increase in the number of bedrooms on existing residential property. Neighborhood parks are those parks providing forThe intent of these assets is to provide a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities and locatedfor new residents within convenient distances from a majority of the residences to be served thereby located within park zones established by the City. The park zones established by the College Station Parks and Recreation Department and shown on the official Parks and Recreation map for the Cityreasonable proximity of College Station shall be prima facie proof that any park located therein is within such a convenient distance from any residence located therein.their homes. The primary cost of purchasing, developing, or improving neighborhood parks should be borne by the landowners of residential property who, by reason of the proximity of their property to such parks, shall be the primary beneficiaries of such facilities. Typically, the landowner of a proposed residential development is the developer. To ensure this nexus, park zones have been established by the College Station City Council. They are shown on the Park Zones Map and they shall be prima facie proof that any park area located therein is within a convenient distance from any residence located therein. A typical community park in College Station is designed to serve the needs of residents from several neighborhoods located within one-half- to three-mile radius. Community parks provide amenities that should complement neighborhood parks. Together, neighborhood parks and community parks can meet more of the recreational needs of residents. Page 68 of 86     Page 2 of 18 Community parks are generally twenty-five (25) to seventy (70) acres in size. However, larger and smaller community parks may be purchased, developed and/or improved to meet specific requirements of a particular area of town. Community parks, by their nature, serve both active and passive leisure needs of residents, and use by organizations and individuals from surrounding areas larger than for neighborhood parks. The acquisition, development, and improvement of the "basic" infrastructure and facilities for the usage of these community parks should be based upon the demand from the area residents it is intended to serve. Therefore, the following requirements are adopted to affect the purposes stated above. Parkland dedication is consistent with, and furthers the objectives and policies of, the City’s Comprehensive Plan and the Recreation, Park, & Open Space Master Plan to protect the health, safety, and general welfare of the public. It is coordinated with other city policies, ordinances, and resolutions by which the City seeks to ensure the provision of adequate park facilities in conjunction with the development of land. B. Applicability. This Section applies to a landowner who develops land for residential use located within the City or within its extraterritorial jurisdictionETJ. C. Park Zones. The City is hereby divided into park zones, as shown on the official Park Zones Map, located below, together with all explanatory matter thereon. Zone boundaries typically follow key topographic features such as major thoroughfares, streams, City limit, and ETJ boundary lines. New park zones may be created or existing zones amended pursuant to procedures for amending the UDO. Page 69 of 86     Page 3 of 18 D. Requirements. 1. General. The City Manager or his/her designee shall administer this Section with certain review, recommendation, and approval authorities being assigned to the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and various City departments as specified herein. Generally, the developer of residential property must address the following requirements pursuant to this Section: dedication of land for neighborhood park use or payment of a fee in lieu thereof, dedication of land for community parks or payment of a fee in lieu thereof, payment of a development fee for neighborhood parks or construction of the neighborhood park improvements to which such fee relates, and payment of a development fee for community parks or construction of the community parkspark improvements necessary to which such fee relates.transform the land into a useable park. Requirements herein are based on actual dwelling units or bedrooms for an entire development. Increases or decreases in final unit or bedroom count may require an adjustment in fees paid or land dedicated. If the actual number of dwelling units or bedrooms exceeds the original estimate, additional park land and additional park development fees may be required in accordance with the requirements in this Section. Page 70 of 86     Page 4 of 18 The schedule of fees and required land dedications is attached hereto as Appendix I and incorporated and made a part of this Section for all purposes. The identification of park zones for neighborhood parks is as shown on City's Recreation, Park and Open Space Master Plan referenced herein and incorporated by reference.are identified in Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. The delineation of park zones is identified in Section C “Park Zones”. 2. Land Dedication. a. The amount of land to be dedicated for neighborhood park land purposes and for community park purposes shall be as set forth in Appendix I.Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. The total amount of land dedicated for the development shall be dedicated to the City in fee simple: 1) Prior to the issuance of any building permits for multi-family development, 2) Concurrently with the final plat for a singleeach phase of the development, or 3) For a phased development the entire park shall be either platted concurrently with the plat of the first phase of the development or 4) The3) In accordance with the terms of a valid Development Agreement associated with the property. If land dedication is to occur in future phases of a multiple-phase development, the developer may provide the City with financial security against the futurecurrent dedication requirements by providing a bond, irrevocable letter of credit, or other alternative financial guarantee such as a cash deposit in the amount equal to the number of acres park land required and, in a form acceptable to the City. The amount of the financial guarantee shall be the amount of fee in lieu of land dedication and improvements as set forth in Appendix I.Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. The financial guarantee will be released to the developer, without interest, upon the filing of the final plat for the subsequent phase that dedicates the required park land. and payment of the fee for the required improvements. b. For development located within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the Cityb. Since residents living in the ETJ are likely to use the City’s park facilities, they should contribute to the cost of providing them. As a result of the difficulty faced by the City in maintaining property outside its corporate limits, the City will generally require a fee in lieu rather than the dedication of land. Alternatively, the dedication requirements of this Section may be met through the creation of private parkland in the same amount required as set forth in Appendix ISection K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees” provided the developer enters into a written agreement that all such private parkland be dedicated to the City at the time of full purpose annexation into the City and provided that any plat related to such development, is inscribed with a notation regarding same. If the private parkland option is chosen, a provision for private upkeep of the facilities as described in Section H “Credit for Private Park Amenities” shall be made. Page 71 of 86     Page 5 of 18 3. Fee in Lieu of Land. In lieu of dedicating park land for neighborhood parks and for community parks, a developer may request to meet some or all of the neighborhood park land dedication requirements, and some or all of the community park land dedication requirements through payment of a fee in lieu thereof in the amounts set forth in Appendix I.Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. Such fees shall be due at the same time as fees are due for final platting or for issuance of a building permit, whichever occurs first based on the type of residential development. 4. City Final Approval. The City shall have the final authority in determining how much, if any,what proportion of land or fee may be accepted in lieu of required land dedication. The City may, from time to time, require that a fee be submitted in lieu of land dedication in amounts as set forth in Appendix I for either, both, some or all of neighborhood park land or communitySection K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees” for the park land dedication. Likewise, the City may, from time to time, require that land be dedicated in amounts as set forth in Appendix ISection K and that no fee in lieu of land will be accepted. 5. Approval Process for Park Land Dedication. a. Land Dedications equal or exceeding five (5) acres, and Dedications of Floodplains and Greenways: For any proposed required neighborhood park land dedication equaling or exceeding five (5) acres of land or equaling or exceeding payment of a fee in lieu thereof, for any proposed required community park land dedication equaling or exceeding five (5) acres of land or equaling or exceedingof five (5) acres or more to be accepted by the payment of a fee in lieu thereof, or for any proposed land dedication containing floodplain or greenwayCity, the landowner must: 1) Obtain a recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and 2) Obtain approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission pursuant to the Plat Review Section in Article 3 of this UDO. The Planning and Zoning Commission shall consider the recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board but may make a decision contrary to its recommendation by majority vote. b. DedicationsThe City of College Station will generally not accept dedications of land for parks that are less than five (5) acres not including floodplains or greenways: For any proposed neighborhood park land dedication less than five (5) acre of land or the payment of a fee in lieu thereof, for any proposed required community park land dedication less than five (5) acres of land or the payment of a fee in lieu thereof, or, as maintaining small parks is inefficient and too costly for any proposed land dedication containing floodplain or greenwaythe City to sustain over the long-term. However, the City Manager or his/her designee is authorized to accept and approve same land dedications of less than five (5) acres if the following criteria are met: Page 72 of 86     Page 6 of 18 1) The proposed dedication or fee provides a sufficient amount of neighborhood park land existing in the park zone of the proposed development for required neighborhood park land dedication, or the proposalsuch land provides a sufficient amount of community park land existing forvaluable link to the greater park system; 2) The proposed dedication has especially attractive park features, as determined by the proposed development for required community park land dedication requirements, whichever applies; City Manager or his/her designee; 23) Where the proposed dedication is insufficient for a neighborhood park site or for a community park site under existing park design standards, some or all of the dedication requirements may be in the form of a fee in amounts as set forth in Appendix I; Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”; and 3) Determination of acceptability of a proposed neighborhood park land dedication and for a proposed community park land dedication is based upon the City of College Station's Recreation, Park and Open Space Master Plan, as may be amended from time to time; and 45) The proposed development of the neighborhood park or community park is consistent with College Station's Recreation, Park and, & Open Space Master Plan, as may be amended from time to time. In making his/her decision, the City Manager or his/her designee may choose to submit such application to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board for its recommendation. In such event, the City Manager or his/her designee shall consider such recommendation but may make a decision contrary in accordance with the criteria set forth herein. 6. Park Development Fee. In addition to the land dedication requirements for neighborhood parks and for community parks, there are also park development fees established herein sufficient to develop neighborhood parks and community parks in ways that meet the City of College Station's Manual of Park ImprovementsFacility and Equipment Standards. The amount of development fees assessed to a developer subject to this Section for neighborhood and community parks is as shown in Appendix I.Section K “Park Land Dedication and Development Fees”. The process for the approval and collection of development fees shall be the same as for the park land dedication requirements to which the development relates, and shall be processed simultaneously with the park land dedication requirements. 7. Construction of Park Improvements in Lieu of Development Fee. A developer may elect to construct required neighborhood park improvements and/or community park improvements in lieu of paying the associated development fees as set forth herein. In such event: a. A park site plan, developed in cooperation with the Parks and Recreation Department staff, must be submitted and approved by the Director of Parks and Recreation Department or his/her designee and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Page 73 of 86     Page 7 of 18 Board upon submission of final plat or upon application for a site plan and/or building permit, whichever is applicable. b. Detailed plans and specifications for park improvements hereunder shall be due and processed in accordance with the procedures and requirements pertaining to public improvements for final plats, site plans, and for building permits issuance, whichever is applicable. c. All plans and specifications shall meet or exceed the City's Manual ofCity Park ImprovementFacility and Equipment Standards in effect at the time of the submission. d. If the improvements are constructed on land that has already been dedicated to and/or is owned by the City, then the Developer must post payment and performance bonds equal to park development fees to guarantee the payment to subcontractors and suppliers and to guarantee the developer completes the work in accordance with the approved plans, specifications, ordinances, and other applicable laws. e. The construction of all improvements must be completed in accordance with the requirements relating to the construction of public improvements for final plats, site plans, and issuance of building permits, whichever is applicable. This includes the guaranteeing of performance in lieu of completing the park improvements prior to final plat approval. Notwithstanding any other applicable ordinances, park improvements should be completed within two (2) years from the date of the approval. f. Completion and Acceptance. Park development will be considered complete and a Certificate of Completion will be issued after the following requirements are met: 1) Improvements have been constructed in accordance with the approved plans, 2) All park land upon which the improvements have been constructed has been dedicated as required under this Section; and 3) All manufacturers' warranties have been provided for any equipment installed in the park as part of these improvements. g. Upon issuance of a Certificate of Completion, the developer warrants the improvements for a period of one (1) year as set forth in the requirements in the City of College Station's Manual of Park ImprovementsFacility and Equipment Standards. h. The developer shall be liable for any costs required to complete park development if: 1) Developer fails to complete the improvements in accordance with the approved plans; or 2) Developer fails to complete any warranty work. 8. Submitting Fee. Page 74 of 86     Page 8 of 18 Any fees required to be paid pursuant to this Section shall be remitted: a. Prior to the issuance of any building permits for multi-family development; or b. Upon the submission of each final plat for single-family, duplex, or townhouse development. 9. Use of Fees. Fees may be used only for the acquisition, development, and/or improvement of park facilities to which they relate. For; fees shall not be used for maintenance purposes. Fees in lieu of neighborhood park land dedication, fees may only be used for purchase, development and/or improvement of neighborhood parks located within the same zone as the development. For fees, or in lieu of community park land dedication, fees may only be used foran adjacent zone in a scenario where the purchase, development, and/or improvement of community parks occurs close to a zone border. 10. Reimbursement for City Acquired Park Land. The City may from time to time acquire land for parks in or near an areaadvance of actual or potential development. If the City does acquire park land in a park zone for a neighborhood park or acquires park land for a community park, the Citytake such action, then it may require subsequent dedications to be in fee- in lieu- of- land only. ThisThe fees will beserve to reimburse the City for the cost(s) of acquisition. D11. Appeals. The property owner or applicant for new development may appeal the following decisions to the Director of Planning and Development Services, or his or her designee: a. The applicability of the land dedication, fee in lieu, or development fee; b. The amount of the land dedication or fee due; c. The determination of credit for private property amenities; and/or d. The amount of the refund due, if any. All appeals shall be taken within 30 days of notice of the action from which the appeal is taken. The burden of proof shall be on the appellant to demonstrate that the amount of the dedication, fee, refund, or credit was not calculated according to the requirements of this ordinance. The appellant may appeal the decision of the Director of Planning and Development Services to the City Council. A notice of appeal to the Council must be filed by the applicant with the City Secretary within 30 days following the Director's decision. The filing of an appeal shall not stay the collection of the fee due. If the notice of appeal is accompanied by a payment in an amount equal to the fee due as calculated by the City, the plat or building permit application shall be processed. E. Prior Dedication or Absence of Prior Dedication. If a dedication requirement arose prior to enactment or amendment of this Section, subsequent development for the subject tract to which the dedication requirements applies may be subject Page 75 of 86     Page 9 of 18 to vesting as set forth in Chapter 245 Texas Local Government Code. Depending on the circumstances, additional dedication may be required for the increase in dwelling units or bedrooms from what was originally proposed. EF. Comprehensive Plan Considerations. The City's Recreation, Park and, & Open Space Master Plan is intended to provide the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board with a guide upon which to base its recommendations. Because of the need to consider specific characteristics in the site selection process and future development, the park locations indicated on the Plan are general. The actual locations, sizes, and number of parks will be determined when development occurs or when sites are acquired by the City, including by donations. Park zones for neighborhood parks are established by the City's Recreation, Park and Open Space Master Plan as a component of the City's Comprehensive Plan, and indicate service areas for neighborhood parks. Zone boundaries typically follow key topographic features such as major thoroughfares, streams, City limit and ETJ boundary lines. New park zones may be created or existing zones amended pursuant to procedures for amending the City's Recreation, Park and Open Space Master Plan as land acquisitions or other circumstances dictate. FG. Special Fund; Right to Refund. 1. All neighborhood park land dedication fees will be deposited in a fund referenced to the park zone to which it relates. Community park land dedication fees will be deposited in a fund referenced to community parks. 2. The City shall account for all fees in lieu of land and all development fees paid under this Section with reference to the individual plat(s) involved. Any fees paid for such purposes must be encumbered or expended by the City within ten (10) years from the date received by the City for acquisition, development, and/or improvement of a neighborhood park or a community park as required herein. Such funds shall be considered to be spent on a first-in, first-out basis. If the funds are not so encumbered by contract orof purchase order or expended, then the landownersowners of the property on the expirationlast day of suchthe 10- year period shallwill be refundedentitled to a prorated refund of suchthe unexpended sum, computed upon request. The owners of the property as shown on a square footage of area basisthe current tax roll or proven by the City. other instrument, must request a refund within one year of the expiration of the 10-year period. The request must be made in writing to the Director of Parks and Recreation. H. Credit for Private Park Amenities. 1. Up to 25% of the total fee in lieu and park development fee required by this Section to be paid by a developer may be eligible for reimbursement if the developer provides private park land and/or amenities on the site. The remaining percentage is retained for deposit in the City's parkland dedication fund for the purpose of defraying the financial burden that new residential units impose on the existing public park system in the City, beyond the immediate development in which the dwelling is located. 2. Private facilities eligible for credit are those outdoor amenities typically found in city public parks, which will substitute for the improvements otherwise funded by a dedication fee to meet the outdoor recreation needs of residents. Page 76 of 86     Page 10 of 18 3. GThe amount of credit shall be based on actual out-of-pocket dollar costs that the developer incurred in providing the outdoor recreation amenities: a. The improvements must be constructed in accordance with the City Park Facility and Equipment Standards. b. The developer is required to submit to the City all invoices paid toward the construction of the private amenities. c. In order to receive the credit, the improvement must be inspected and approved by all appropriate City staff. 4. Yards, court areas, setbacks, and other open areas required to be maintained under the City’s UDO, and other regulations, shall not be included in the credit computation. 5. Private recreation improvements shall be owned by an incorporated nonprofit homeowners’ association comprised of all property owners in the subdivision. The organization should operate under recorded land agreements through which each property unit owner in the subdivision is automatically a member, and each unit is subject to a charge for a proportionate share of expenses for maintaining the facilities. 6. Should the homeowners’ association fail to maintain the developer-provided private park facilities in compliance with City standards, each property owner agrees that the City may access the facilities to operate, maintain, and repair them. The costs of such maintenance, operations, and repairs shall be charged to the homeowners’ association. Such requirement shall be by recorded covenant, which runs with the land in favor of future owners of the property, and which cannot be defeated or eliminated without the written consent of the City. 7. Use of the private park shall be restricted for park and recreation purposes by recorded covenant, which runs with the land in favor of future owners of the property, and which cannot be defeated or eliminated without the written consent of the City. 8. Facilities must be similar or comparable to what would be required to meet public park standards and recreational needs as set forth in Section I “Park Land Guidelines and Requirements”. 9. The design of private park amenities must be reviewed and approved by the City prior to final plat approval. 10. All private park amenities shall be constructed in accordance with Section D (7) “Construction of Park Improvements in Lieu of Development Fee”. I. Park Land Guidelines and Requirements. Parks should be easy to access and open to public view so as to benefit area development, enhance the visual character of the City, protect public safety, and minimize conflict with adjacent land uses. The following guidelines and requirements shall be used in designing parks and adjacent development. 1. Any land dedicated to the City under this Section must be suitable for park and recreation uses. The dedication shall be free and clear of any and all liens and encumbrances that interfere with its use for park purposes. The City Manager or his/her designee shall determine whether any encumbrances interfere with park use. Minerals may be reserved Page 77 of 86     Page 11 of 18 from the conveyance provided that there is a complete waiver of the surface use by all mineral owners and lessees. A current title report must be provided with the land dedication. The property owner shall pay all taxes or assessments owed on the property up to the date of acceptance of the dedication by the City. A tax certificate from the Brazos County Tax Assessor shall be submitted with the dedication or plat. 2. Consideration will be given to land that is in the floodplain or may be considered "floodable" even though not in a federally regulated floodplain as long as, due to its elevation, it is suitable for park improvements. Sites should not be severely sloping or have unusual topography which would render the land unusable for recreational activities. , as set forth in the City Park Facility and Equipment Standards. 3. LandAt the discretion of the City, land in floodplains or designated greenways will be considered on a three (3) for one (1) basis. Three (3) acres of floodplain or greenway will be equal to one (1) acre of park land. 4. Where feasible, park sites should be located adjacent to greenways and/or schools in order to encourage shared facilities and joint development of new sites. 5. Neighborhood5. Unless intended to serve a larger area, park sites should be adjacent to residential areas in a manner that serves the greatest number of users and should be located to minimize users having to cross arterial roadways to access them. Furthermore, park sites should not be encumbered by overhead utility lines or easements which may limit the opportunity for park development. 6. Where appropriate, sites with existing trees or other scenic elements are preferred. 7. Detention/retention areas maywill not be considered to meet dedication requirements, but may be accepted as a donation in addition to the required dedication. If accepted as part of the park, the detention/retention area design must meet specific parks specifications in the City's Manual ofCity Park ImprovementsFacility and Equipment Standards. 8. Where park sites are adjacent to greenways, schools, or existing or proposed subdivisions, access ways may be required to facilitate public access to provide public access to parks. 9. It is desirable that fifty (50) percent% of the perimeter of a park should abut a public street. 10. Community Parks should be accessible for major arterial streets so as to be accessible by large groups of people from large surrounding areas. HJ. Warranty Required. 1. All materials and equipment provided to the City shall be new unless otherwise approved in advance by the City Manager or his/her designee and that all work willshall be of good quality, free from faults and defects, and in conformance with the designs, plans, specifications, and drawings, and recognized industry standards. This warranty, any other warranties express or implied, and any other consumer rights, shall inure to the benefit of the City only and are not made for the benefit of any party other than the City. Page 78 of 86     Page 12 of 18 2. All work by the developer or landowner not conforming to these requirements, including but not limited to unapproved substitutions, may be considered defective. 3. This warranty is in addition to any rights or warranties expressed or implied by law. 4. Where more than a one (1) year warranty is specified in the applicable plans, specifications, or submittals for individual products, work, or materials, the longer warranty shall govern. 5. This warranty obligation may be covered by any performance or payment bonds tendered in compliance with this OrdinanceSection. 6. If any of the work performed by the developer or landowner is found or determined to be either defective, including obvious defects, or otherwise not in accordance with this ordinanceSection, the designs, plans, drawings or specifications within one (1) year after the date of the issuance of a certificateCertificate of Final Completion of the work or a designated portion thereof, whichever is longer, or within one (1) year after acceptance by the City of designated equipment, or within such longer period of time as may be prescribed by law or by the terms of any applicable special warranty required by this ordinance, developer shall promptly correct the defective work at no cost to the City. 7. During the applicable warranty period and after receipt of written notice from the City to begin corrective work, developer shall promptly begin the corrective work. The obligation to correct any defective work shall be enforceable under this Code of Ordinances. The guarantee to correct the defective work shall not constitute the exclusive remedy of the City, nor shall other remedies be limited to the terms of either the warranty or the guarantee. 8. If within twenty (20) calendar days after the City has notified developer of a defect, failure, or abnormality in the work, developer has not started to make the necessary corrections or adjustments, the City is hereby authorized to make the corrections or adjustments, or to order the work to be done by a third party. The cost of the work shall be paid by developer. 9. The cost of all materials, parts, labor, transportation, supervision, special instruments, and supplies required for the replacement or repair of parts and for correction of defects shall be paid by Developerdeveloper, its contractors, or subcontractors or by the surety. 10. The guarantee shall be extended to cover all repairs and replacements furnished, and the term of the guarantee for each repair or replacement shall be one (1) year after the installation or completion. The one- (1) year warranty shall cover all work, equipment, and materials that are part of the improvements made under this Section of the ordinance. APPENDIX I. PARK LAND DEDICATION AND DEVELOPMENT FEES I. Neighborhood and Community Parks. A. K. Park Land Dedication Requirementsand Development Fees. Park land dedication and development fees for Neighborhood Parks.developments located within the City limits and ETJ are indicated below. The City shall review the fees established Page 79 of 86     Page 13 of 18 and the amount of park land dedication required in this ordinance at least every five (5) years. Failure to review by the City shall not invalidate this ordinance. The amount indicated in the Collection Rate column shall be the amount required for each unit or bedroom proposed. 1. Land dedication. Single-Family: One (1) acre per 117 Dwelling Units (DU) Multi-Family: One (1) acre per 278 bedrooms (BR) 2. Fee in lieu of land dedication. Single-Family: $274.00 per Dwelling Unit (DU) Multi-Family: $115.00 per Bedroom (BR) Page 80 of 86     Page 14 of 18 Total dedication and fee amounts Land dedication Proportionate Rate Collection Rate Single-family: One acre per number of dwelling units 48 Multi-family: One acre per number of bedrooms 83 Fee in lieu of land dedication Single-family per dwelling unit $1,106 Multi-family per bedroom $396 Park development fee Single-family per dwelling unit $4,150 Multi-family per bedroom $1,486 Total dedication and development fees Single-family per dwelling unit $5,256 Multi-family per bedroom $1,881 Page 81 of 86     Page 15 of 18 The following calculations were used to determine the Proportionate Rate for the dedication and fee amounts: Input Data Neighborhood park acres 567 Community park acres (ex. Lick Creek and Veterans) 354 Passive park acres 198 Total park acres 1,119 Single-family dwelling units 27,343 Multi-family dwelling units 19,010 Total number of dwelling units 47,796 Persons per household (PPH) - Overall 2.58 PPH - Single-family structures 2.89 PPH - Multi-family structures 2.20 Ratio of MFU/SFU PPH 0.76 (PPH - multi-family structures / PPH - single-family structures) Dwelling units per acres of parks 42.71 (total number of dwelling units / total park acres) Adjustment ratio MFU/SFU 0.12 ((1 - ratio of MFU/SFU PPH)/2) Land dedication Single-family dwelling units per acre of park land 48 (dwelling units per acres of parks (1 + adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) Multi-family-family bedroom units per acre of park land 83 ((dwelling units per acres of parks (1 - adjustment ratio MFU/SFU) * PPH - multi-family structures)) Page 82 of 86     Page 16 of 18 Fee in lieu of land dedication Average cost per acre of neighborhood park land $50,000 Average cost per acre of community park land $44,250 Average cost per acre of passive park land $16,250 Fair market value of existing neighborhood park land $28,374,335 (average cost per acre of neighborhood park land * neighborhood park acres) Fair market value of existing community park land $15,655,778 (average cost per acre of community park land * community park acres) Fair market value of existing passive park land $3,213,481 (average cost per acre of passive park land * passive park acres) Total fair market value of existing park land $47,243,595 Average fair market value of an acre of land $42,218 (total fair market value of existing park land / total park acres) Average fee-in-lieu $988 (average fair market value of an acre of land / dwelling units per acres of parks) Fee in-lieu of land per single-family unit $1,106 (average fee-in-lieu * (1 + adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) Fee in-lieu of land per multi-family bedroom $396 ((average fee-in-lieu * (1 - adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) / PPH - multi-family structures) Page 83 of 86     Page 17 of 18 Park development fee Reatta Meadows Cost (December 2017, adjusted for inflation to March 2022) $513,141.76 Acres 3.00 Cost per acre $171,047 (cost/acres) Northgate Cost (April 2019, adjusted for inflation to March 2022) $470,270.45 Acres 1.87 Cost per acre $251,482 (cost/acres) Average developed park cost per acre (average park cost/acres) $211,264 Average passive park cost per acre (15% of developed) $27,974 ((neighborhood parks value + community parks value) / (neighborhood park acres + community park acres)) Neighborhood parks value $97,067,042 Community parks value $74,745,953 Passive parks value $5,531,890 Total parks value $177,344,885 Average development cost per acre $158,479 (total parks value / total park acres) Average development cost per dwelling unit $3,710 (average development cost per acre / dwelling units per acres of parks) Development cost per single-family unit $4,150 (development cost per dwelling unit * (1 + adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) Development cost per multi-family bedroom $1,486 ((development cost per dwelling unit * (1 - adjustment ratio MFU/SFU)) / PPH - multi-family structures) 3. Park development fee. Single-Family: $362.00 per Dwelling Unit (DU) Page 84 of 86     Page 18 of 18 Multi-Family: $152.00 per Bedroom (BR) 4. Total neighborhood park fees. Single-Family: $636.00 per Dwelling Unit (DU) Multi-Family: $267.00 per Bedroom (BR) B. Dedication Requirements for Community Parks. 1. Land dedication. Single-Family: One (1) acre per 128 Dwelling Units (DU) Multi-Family: One (1) acre per 305 Bedrooms (BR) 2. Fee in lieu of land dedication. Single-Family: $250.00 per Dwelling Unit (DU) Multi-Family: $105.00 per Bedroom (BR) 3. Park development fee. Single-Family: $375.00 per Dwelling Unit (DU) Multi-Family: $315.00 per Bedroom (BR) 4. Total community park fees. Single-Family: $625.00 per Dwelling Unit (DU) Multi-Family: $420.00 per Bedroom (BR) (Ord. No. 2012-3434 , Pt. 1(Exh. A), 8-9-2012; Ord. No. 2012-3449 , Pt. 1(Exh. K), 9-27-2012; Ord. No. 2015-3728 , Pt. 1(Exh. A), 12-10-2015; Ord. No. 2017-3953 , Pt. 1(Exhs. A—C), 10-26-2017; Ord. No. 2019-4111 , Pt. 1(Exh. A), 7-25-2019) Page 85 of 86 Planning & Development Services  1101 Texas Avenue, PO Box 9960  College Station, TX 77840 Office 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM May 19, 2022 TO:Members of the Planning & Zoning Commission FROM:Jesse DiMeolo, Staff Planner SUBJECT:Plan of Work Update – Off-Street Parking Requirements Item:Presentation and discussion regarding off-street parking requirements as a part of the Plan of Work. Background: As part of the Plan of Work, the Commission requested that staff explore the option of reducing or eliminating off-street parking requirements for certain uses and/or areas. This presentation is to provide an overview of the minimum off-street parking requirements in the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) Section 7.3 and suggestions on potential changes to the ordinance to modify or remove parking minimums for certain uses and or areas of the city. Reducing and/or eliminating minimum parking requirements can have significant benefits for a community, such as allowing land that would otherwise be used for predominately empty parking lots to be used for more productive development or recreational areas; improving the walkability of a community; and reducing the cost of development. This item is to explore what other peer cities are currently doing regarding parking requirements and help cultivate discussion as to the appropriate path to pursue. Staff also plans to present at an upcoming City Council workshop to receive direction from the City Council. Page 86 of 86 College Station, TX Meeting Agenda Impact Fee Advisory Committee 1101 Texas Ave, College Station, TX 77840 https://zoom.us/j/88190737967 Phone: 888 475 4499 and Webinar ID: 881 9073 7967 The City Council may or may not attend this meeting. May 19, 2022 6:00 PM City Hall Council Chambers College Station, TX Page 1 Notice is hereby given that a quorum of the meeting body will be present in the physical location stated above where citizens may also attend in order to view a member(s) participating by videoconference call as allowed by 551.127, Texas Government Code. The City uses a thirdparty vendor to host the virtual portion of the meeting; if virtual access is unavailable, meeting access and participation will be in-person only. 1.Call to Order and Consider Absence Request. 2.Hear Visitors At this time, the Chairperson will open the floor to visitors wishing to address the Committee on issues not already scheduled on tonight's agenda. An individual who wishes to address the Committee regarding any item on the agenda shall register with the Committee Secretary prior to 4 p.m. on the day of the meeting. To register, the individual must provide a name and phone number by calling 979.764.3751 or emailing khejny@cstx.gov prior to 4 p.m. To submit written comments to the Committee, email khejny@cstx.gov and they will be distributed to the Committee. The visitor presentations will be limited to three minutes in order to accommodate everyone who wishes to address the Committee and to allow adequate time for completion of the agenda items. The Committee will receive the information, ask city staff to look into the matter, or will place the matter on a future agenda for discussion. (A recording is made of the meeting; please give your name and address for the record.) 3.Consent Agenda All matters listed under the Consent Agenda, are considered routine by the Commission and will be enacted by one motion. These items include preliminary plans and final plats, where staff has found compliance with all minimum subdivision regulations. All items approved by Consent are approved with any and all staff recommendations. Since there will not be separate discussion of these items, citizens wishing to address the Commission regarding one or more items on the Consent Agenda may address the Commission at this time as well. If any Commissioner desires to discuss an item on the Consent Agenda it may be moved to the Regular Agenda for further consideration. 3.1.Consideration, discussion, and possible action to approve meeting minutes. Attachments:1.November 4 2021 IFAC 4.Regular Agenda 4.1.Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an Semi-Annual Report on System-Wide Impact Fees for Water, Wastewater, and Roadway. Sponsors:Carol Cotter Page 1 of 29 Impact Fee Advisory Committee Page 2 May 19, 2022 Attachments:1.Impact Fee Semi-Annual Report 2.Future Land Use Map 3.Service Area Maps -Water, Wastewater and Roadway 4.Status of Impact Fee CIP - Water Wastewater Roadway - March 2022 5.Discussion and possible action on future agenda items. A Planning & Zoning Member may inquire about a subject for which notice has not been given. A statement of specific factual information or the recitation of existing policy may be given. Any deliberation shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on an agenda for a subsequent meeting. 6.Adjourn. The Impact Fee Advisory Committee may adjourn into Executive Session to consider any item listed on the agenda if a matter is raised that is appropriate for Executive Session discussion. I certify that the above Notice of Meeting was posted on the website and at College Station City Hall, 1101 Texas Avenue, College Station, Texas, on May 13, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. City Secretary This building is wheelchair accessible. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need accommodations, auxiliary aids, or services such as interpreters, readers, or large print are asked to contact the City Secretary’s Office at (979) 764-3541, TDD at 1-800-735-2989, or email adaassistance@cstx.gov at least two business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made. If the City does not receive notification at least two business days prior to the meeting, the City will make a reasonable attempt to provide the necessary accommodations. Penal Code § 30.07. Trespass by License Holder with an Openly Carried Handgun. "Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (Trespass by License Holder with an Openly Carried Handgun) A Person Licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (Handgun Licensing Law), may not enter this Property with a Handgun that is Carried Openly." Codigo Penal § 30.07. Traspasar Portando Armas de Mano al Aire Libre con Licencia. “Conforme a la Seccion 30.07 del codigo penal (traspasar portando armas de mano al aire libre con licencia), personas con licencia bajo del Sub-Capitulo H, Capitulo 411, Codigo de Gobierno (Ley de licencias de arma de mano), no deben entrar a esta propiedad portando arma de mano al aire libre.” Page 2 of 29 November 4, 2021 IFAC Meeting Minutes Page 1 of 7 MINUTES IMPACT FEE ADVISORY COMMITTEE November 4, 2021 6:00 p.m. Phone: *888 475 4499 and Webinar ID: 816 6930 7095 Internet: https://zoom.us/j/81669307095 IFAC MEMBERS PRESENT: Jeremy Osborne, Bobby Mirza, Jason Cornelius, William Wright, Richard Woodward, Jim Jones, and James Murr IFAC MEMBERS ABSENT: Dennis Christiansen and Bill Mather COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Linda Harvell CITY STAFF PRESENT: Michael Ostrowski, Molly Hitchcock, Carol Cotter, Alyssa Halle-Schramm, Jason Schubert, Anthony Armstrong, Jesse DiMeolo, Parker Mathews, Tamanna Tasnum, Leslie Whitten, Gary Melcher, Alan Gibbs, Stephen Maldonado Jr., and Kristen Hejny 1. Call Meeting to Order, Consider Absence Request. Acting Chairman Osborne called the meeting to order at 6:16 p.m. 2. Hear Visitors No visitors spoke. 3. Consent Agenda 3.1 Consideration, discussion, and possible action to approve meeting minutes. • September 2, 2021 IFAC Committee Member Wright motioned to approve the Consent Agenda. Committee Member Cornelius seconded the motion, motion passed (7-0). 4. Consideration, discussion, and possible action on items removed from the Consent Agenda by Committee Action. No items were removed from the Consent Agenda. 5. Regular Agenda 5.1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a Semi-Annual Report on System-Wide Impact Fees for Water, Wastewater, and Roadway. (Note: Final action on this item is scheduled for the November 22, 2021 City Council meeting – subject to change.) City Engineer Cotter presented the items to the Committee and recommended approval. Page 3 of 29 November 4, 2021 IFAC Meeting Minutes Page 2 of 7 Committee Member Murr asked for the role of the Committee on this item. Mr. Murr also asked for clarification on the maximum fee calculation, asking if the calculation is adding infrastructure and dividing by the number of units. City Engineer Cotter clarified that this is the general calculation, but there are also credits for tax and utility rate credits as well. Committee Member Murr asked if the rates are calculated to balance in the end. City Engineer Cotter stated that there is not 100% recoup because of credits. Committee Member Cornelius motioned to recommend the report for presentation to the City Council. Committee Member Wright seconded the motion, motion passed (7-0). 5.2 Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an amendment to land use assumptions, capital improvement plans, and max impact fees for system-wide water, wastewater, and roadway and impact fee study updates. Case #ORDA2021-000006 (Note: Final action on this item is scheduled for the November 22, 2021 City Council meeting – subject to change.) Transportation Planning Coordinator Schubert presented the ordinance amendment to the Committee and recommended approval. Richard Weatherly, Freese & Nichols, presented the water and wastewater portion of the impact fee development. Committee Member Mirza asked for the basis of future growth for impact fee calculations. Mr. Weatherly stated that each of these developments has a certain projected connection living unit equivalent, and they work with Planning & Development Services to determine the next ten years. Mr. Weatherly also explained that all those equate to a certain water and wastewater load that is plugged into a hydrolytic model that will show good or bad capacity. Committee Member Murr asked for clarification on rate credit stating that for example, if a project is paid for by bond elections and/or tax rate increases, but the cost is included in estimate, how does that work. Mr. Weatherly stated that they went back to all historical Certificate of Occupancy’s (COs) and were able to get debt schedule for those. Mr. Weatherly also stated that they were able to come up with rate credit per living unit equivalent (LUE), and on future projects all future debt is included in the total eligible finance cost. Committee Member Murr asked if past projects could just not be included in calculations. Mr. Weatherly clarified that most projects are eligible and do not have an allocated rate, and that they have not sold all the debt for the whole project yet. Page 4 of 29 November 4, 2021 IFAC Meeting Minutes Page 3 of 7 Assistant Director of Water Services Maldonado Jr. clarified that the City would not decrease the rate currently charged for water and wastewater, staff would rehabilitate areas that have not been rehabilitated, reinvesting in this system. Committee Member Murr stated that this gives the City discretionary funds for the City to do as they like. Assistant Director of Water Services Maldonado Jr. stated that several processes and procedures are regulatory compliance. Mr. Maldonado Jr. also stated that there are no available funds to rehabilitate or comply, and the City must generate funds to pay for these things. Jeff Whitacre, Kimley Horn, stated that each project has an existing cost and ten-year cost, existing cost is the cost to the taxpayer, and the ten-year cost is cost that has not been paid. Mr. Whitacre also stated that “double dipping” is the credit. Acting Chairman Osborne asked about an eligible cost number, and if that math has already been done. Mr. Whitacre clarified that eligible cost has already been taken out. Acting Chairman Osborne stated that future cost will be paid for by impact fees, tax, or rate increases. Committee Member Murr stated that every project completed that taxpayers are paying for, is credited out. Mr. Whitacre stated that no portion equivalent to demand, has been removed, but has been financed over twenty years. Committee Member Murr stated that the tax rate is paying for several projects, calculating a fee charged, and tax rate will not change. Mr. Whitacre stated that the tax rate will change each year, staff can only estimate. Mr. Weatherly stated that it is important to recognize that with building infrastructure there is maintenance that the City must incur in the future. Committee Member Woodward asked regarding Well #10, that 95% is to be utilized by 2031, what will happen beyond 2031, and if there is another well anticipated. Mr. Weatherly stated that there is a master plan that has a 25 year Capital Improvement Project (CIP). Acting Chairman Osborne asked how often the 25-year plan is updated. Mr. Weatherly responded that the plan is reevaluated every 5 years. Mr. Whitacre presented the Roadway Impact Fees to the Committee. Page 5 of 29 November 4, 2021 IFAC Meeting Minutes Page 4 of 7 Committee Member Murr stated that when preparing this study there are many assumptions made and asked where these assumptions are generated from. Mr. Whitacre stated that these assumptions are a collaboration process between City staff and consultants, nothing new is created. Committee Member Murr asked about the disclaimer under cost projections. Mr. Whitacre stated that there is more cost associated when the City goes out for bond, they may short fall themselves, it is a caution, this is not being used for a bond project. Committee Member Murr asked if the consultants can make one of the studys swing depending on assumptions. Mr. Whitacre stated that some assumptions can change results. Committee Member Murr asked if it is it possible the consultants could be overestimating the amount of infrastructure to be built over the next ten years. Mr. Whitacre stated that there is a difference between built and need, consultants did not underestimate the need. Committee Member Murr asked about the Animate Habitat property, stating that consultants are estimating a very small amount of single-family growth, but all infrastructure is needed. Mr. Whitacre confirmed that $59,000,000 of infrastructure is needed on that property. Committee Member Murr inquired about the Midtown Development. Mr. Whitacre clarified the calculated total amount of vehicle miles, stating that Midtown vehicle miles are greater than needed adjacent to town. Committee Member Murr asked if a significant amount of infrastructure projects will be required to be built by the developer. Mr. Whitacre clarified that developers will only be required to fund partial cost of collectors, and two lanes of arterial. Committee Member Murr asked if the developer will build two lanes, will staff include two more lanes. Mr. Whitacre confirmed yes if that is the direction given by the Committee. Committee Member Murr referred to the ten-year growth assumption, asking if residential growth is projected to slow. Mr. Whitacre stated that there is only a certain number of platted lots and available land. In comparison to the last ten years, growth may slow some. Page 6 of 29 November 4, 2021 IFAC Meeting Minutes Page 5 of 7 Director of Planning & Development Services Ostrowski also stated that annexation laws have changed, so a lot more infill development is occurring. Committee Member Woodward asked about 3.76 applied to each of the four areas, asking about the different numbers for single-family and multi-family developments. Mr. Mirza asked why it makes sense to apply 3.76 to all areas. Mr. Whitacre clarified that consultants are looking for average trip length in College Station. Committee Member Cornelius clarified that the addition of water, wastewater and roadway impact fees on new single-family home would be about $22,000. Mr. Whitacre confirmed that this amount would be correct if fees were set to the maximum. Committee Member Cornelius expressed concern on the impact these fees would have on new builds. Acting Chairman Osborne opened the public hearing. No one spoke. Acting Chairman Osborne closed the public hearing. Committee Members provided no consensus on calculations on water, wastewater or roadway impact fees. Acting Chairman Osborne stated that Committee Members would individually submit comments on impact fees to the Committee Secretary by November 11, 2021. Committee Member Murr distributed single-family building permit numbers to the Committee, expressing concerns that the study is not accurate on growth assumptions or calculations. Committee Member Murr stated that the study is about 20% off from provided numbers, combined with the fact that area D has starter homes. Mr. Murr also stated that area D has a higher fee by a huge margin and largest miscalculation of potential growth. Committee Members will submit comments to the Committee Secretary. 5.3 Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding impact fee collection rates for system-wide water, wastewater and roadway impact fees. (Note: Final action on this item will be considered at the November 22, 2021 City Council meeting – subject to change.) Transportation Planning Coordinator Schubert presented this item to the Committee and recommended approval. Committee Member Murr asked if any of the benchmark cities have adopted a zone as high as area D. Page 7 of 29 November 4, 2021 IFAC Meeting Minutes Page 6 of 7 Mr. Whitacre stated that Flower Mound is the only benchmark city that has adopted maximum impact fees. Committee Member Cornelius asked if there is a waiver process. Transportation Planning Coordinator Schubert clarified that in the ordinance, land use assumptions and CIP are approved by City Council and per the ordinance fees cannot be waived. Mr. Schubert stated that it would require City Council action and agreement to add language that a waiver can be pursued. Acting Chairman Osborne opened the public hearing. No one spoke. Acting Chairman Osborne closed the public hearing. Committee Member Murr distributed information to show a more accurate estimate of imposed impact fees on the Midtown Development. Committee Member Woodward agreed that charging the maximum fee will slow the rate of growth but will not change the amount of houses in 50 years. Mr. Woodward also stated that if the City does not charge 100% it’s a subsidy, and it is important to have differentiation across zones. Committee Member Jones expressed concern the for consultants’ growth projections differentiating from Mr. Murr’s numbers. Director of Planning & Development Services Ostrowski clarified that growth is challenging to predict with several dictating factors. Looking at single-family, multi-family, townhome and duplex developments over the last three years and taking into consideration total residential living units within the community. The City is starting to see a limited number of areas to develop, and is starting to see densification. Mr. Ostrowski addressed outliers like annexation law and skewed 2016 - 2017 numbers. Acting Chairman Osborne agreed with growth and funding mechanisms. Mr. Osborne stated that there is a strong argument to be made that this is not right or fair. Mr. Osborne also stated that this is a reasonable tool to use when growth slows down. Mr. Osborne recommended phasing in the fees at a percentage. Committee Member Murr stated that impact fees are supposed to be predicable. So far, they have been palatable. Committee Member Wright expressed disagreement with phasing in the fees. Committee Member Murr stated that fees should be blanketed across the City. Committee Members will submit comments to the Committee Secretary. 6. Discussion and possible action on future agenda items. Page 8 of 29 November 4, 2021 IFAC Meeting Minutes Page 7 of 7 An Impact Fee Advisory Committee Member may inquire about a subject for which notice has not been given. A statement of specific factual information or the recitation of existing policy may be given. Any deliberation shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on an agenda for a subsequent meeting. There was no discussion. 7. Adjourn The IFAC meeting adjourned at 8:38 p.m. Approved: Attest: ______________________________ ________________________________ Jeremy Osborne, Acting Chairman Kristen Hejny, Admin Support Specialist Impact Fee Advisory Committee Planning & Development Services Page 9 of 29 MEMORANDUM DATE: May 19, 2022 TO: Impact Fee Advisory Committee FROM: Carol Cotter, P.E., City Engineer SUBJECT: Semi-Annual Report - System-Wide Impact Fees for Water, Wastewater, and Roadway The City of College Station adopted “System-Wide” Impact Fees for water, wastewater, and roadways in the latter part of 2016. In accordance with Texas Local Government Code, the 5-year update was completed last year, and on November 22, 2021, revised land use assumptions and capital improvements plans were adopted including resultant maximum assessable rates and associated collection rates. Texas Local Government Code requires Semi-Annual Reporting to monitor the progress of impact fees and to determine if an update to the fee study is necessary before the statutory five-year requirement. There have been no major changes in the water, wastewater, or roadway impact fee programs during this reporting period. This report documents the period of October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022 and includes a summary of the utility and roadway impact fees collected, transferred, and available for capital improvement projects. It also lists ongoing capital improvement projects partially funded by impact fee revenues. Staff recommends that the Impact Fee Advisory Committee accept this report and forward to City Council for their update. Impact Fee Advisory Committee (IFAC) The City of College Station Code of Ordinances Chapter 107, Impact Fees, designates the Planning and Zoning Commission as the Impact Fee Advisory Committee (IFAC). Additional ad hoc members were appointed for the update process. The role of the IFAC is to: 1. Advise and assist the City in adopting Land Use Assumptions. 2. Review the Capital Improvements Plan and file written comments. 3. Monitor and evaluate implementation of the Capital Improvements Plan. 4. File semi-annual reports with respect to the progress of the Capital Improvements Plan. 5. Advise the City Council of the need to update or revise the Land Use Assumptions, Capital Improvements Plan, and Impact Fees. Page 10 of 29 Page 2 of 4 System-Wide Impact Fees System-wide impact fees for water and wastewater were adopted September 22, 2016, with roadway impact fees following on November 10, 2016. Maximum assessable rates were adopted, and reduced collection rates implemented. Water and wastewater fees were phased in, starting at 50% of the collection rate the first year with full collection rates the following year. Roadway impact fees were phased in, beginning with zero fee collection in year one and 50% in year two. Full implementation of the collection rates occurred in December 2018. The statuary 5-year update of the water, wastewater and roadway impact fee programs was initiated and completed last year. On November 22, 2021, amendments to the land use assumptions and capital improvements plans were adopted including resultant maximum assessable rates and associated collection rates. The collection rates were increased by 10% from the previous rates for residential development and became effective March 1, 2022. The service area for roadway impact fees remained unchanged, bounded by the city limits. Service areas for system-wide water and wastewater impact fees were adjusted to respective services areas within the city limits, removing areas of the City’s extra- territorial jurisdiction (ETJ). The amendments have been incorporated in this semi-annual report. Status of the impact fee programs are presented in the following tables. Impact Fee Program Overview – 2021 Study Updates System-Wide Impact Fee Adopted Max Rate Collection Rate Res / Com Total Estimated Capital Costs Max Recoverable Costs (2021 – 2031) Impact Fees Collected Since 2016 Water $3,877 $550 / $500 $67,722,554 $54,457,437 $1,784,980 Wastewater $5,572 $3,300 / $3,000 $189,748,166 $71,917,188 $8,580,050 Roadway A $499 $438.83 / $80 $13,915,012 $9,052,650 $725,206 Roadway B $1,261 $438.83 / $80 $48,390,353 $20,114,165 $1,187,466 Roadway C $2,127 $438.83 / $80 $78,250,564 $25,687,488 $1,064,345 Roadway D $3,452 $438.83 / $80 $74,492,580 $57,399,762 $520,086 Roadway Totals $215,048,509 $112,254,065 $3,497,104 Impact fee revenues collected since the initial adoption of system-wide impact fees in 2016 are provided below including the amounts collected for this six (6) month reporting period from October 1, 2021, through March 31, 2022. Page 11 of 29 Page 3 of 4 Impact Fee Revenues System- Wide Impact Fee FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 1st 6 Month Reporting Period Total Impact Fees Collected Water $45,075 $339,325 $335,400 $381,880 $414,350 $263,100 $1,784,980 Wastewater $155,475 $1,606,025 $1,575,150 $1,666,800 $2,224,650 $1,332,900 $8,580,050 Roadway A $0 $40,893 $81,193 $123,327 $117,261 $362,532 $725,206 Roadway B $0 $32,671 $80,625 $427,118 $538,988 $108,064 $1,187,466 Roadway C $0 $156,540 $391,243 $186,979 $194,634 $134,949 $1,064,345 Roadway D $0 $33,000 $150,526 $79,161 $85,404 $171,995 $520,086 Roadway Totals $0 $263,104 $703,587 $816,585 $936,287 $777,540 $3,497,104 Impact Fee Capital Improvement Plan Implementation System-Wide Impact Fee Impact Fees Allocated Developer Constructed (Estimated) City Funded Total Capital Project Expenditures Water $1,246,085 $120,000 $30,584,740 $31,950,825 Wastewater $4,013,956 $690,000 $70,643,940 $75,347,896 Roadway A $317,500 $0 $262,867 $580,367 Roadway B $617,500 $0 $21,058,862 $21,676,362 Roadway C $793,333 $77,667 $31,479,876 $32,350,876 Roadway D $317,500 $777,500 $10,369,132 $11,464,132 Roadway Totals $2,045,833 $855,167 $63,170,737 $66,071,737 The impact fee revenues are being utilized to aid in funding a number of the impact fee capital improvement projects. Impact fees may only be spent on eligible projects identified in the respective impact fee capital improvement plans and are then further restricted to the specific zones for roadway impact fees. The projects that have received impact fee funding are listed as follows. Page 12 of 29 Page 4 of 4 Capital Projects Receiving Impact Fee Allocation Water Impact Fee Projects: · Well #9 and Collection Line (Project F) · SH 6 Water Line Phases 1 and 2 (Project N) · SH 6 Water Line Phase 3 (Project O) · 2021 Impact Fee Study (Project R) Wastewater Impact Fee Projects: · Lick Creek Trunk Line (Project C) · Northeast Trunk Line Phases 1 and 2 (Project E) · Carters Creek Diversion Lift Station Phase 1 (Project M) · Lick Creek WWTP Phase 1 Expansion (Project N) · 2021 Impact Fee Update (Project O) Roadway Impact Fee Projects: · Zones A and D - Rock Prairie Road from SH 6 to Stonebrook Drive (Project A-5/D-1) · Zones A and D - Rock Prairie Road from Stonebrook Drive to Town Lake Drive (Project A-6/D-2) · Zones B and C - Rock Prairie Road W from 715’ west of Towers Parkway to Wellborn Road (Project B-3/C-1) · Zone C - Capstone Drive from 1,265’ west of Wellborn Road to Wellborn Road (Project C-4) · Zone C - Barron Road from Wellborn Road to WS Phillips Parkway (Project C-5) · Impact Fee Study (all Zones) Recommendation: Staff recommends that the Impact Fee Advisory Committee accept this report and forward to City Council for their update. Attachments: 1. Future Land Use Map 2. Service Area Maps - Water, Wastewater, and Roadway 3. 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March 2022 Project ID Description of Project(1)Project Cost Project Status as of March 2022 A High Service Pumping Improvements $ 3,597,227 Complete B BioCorridor Water Line $ 998,884 Complete C Area 2 Water Line Extension $ 1,000,000 Complete D Cooling Tower Expansion $ 3,795,667 Complete E Well No. 10 Land Acquisition $ 1,048,633 Complete F Well No. 9 and Collection Line $ 7,623,202 Complete G Midtown Drive 12-inch Water Line $ 920,000 Complete H The Crossing at Lick Creek Phase 1 - 3 Oversize Participation $ 45,233 Complete I Embassy Suites Water Line Oversize Participation $ 15,030 Complete J Brazos Valley Auto Complex Oversize Participation $ 84,791 Complete K Castlegate II Oversize Participation $ 50,871 Complete L Greens Prairie Oversize Participation $ 96,498 Complete M Summit Crossing Phase 3A Oversize Participation $ 32,550 Complete N SH 6 Water Line Phase 1 and 2 $ 1,036,568 Complete O SH 6 Water Line Phase 3 $ 3,050,000 Under Construction P 3.0 MG Elevated Storage Tank and Pressure Reducing Valves $ 8,690,000 Under Construction Q SH 40 Water Line Phase 1 and 2 $ 4,200,000 In Design R 2021 Impact Fee Study $ 150,000 Complete 1 New and Replacement 12-inch Rock Prairie Road Water Line $ 2,289,500 Future 2 New 18-Inch Midtown Business Center Water Line $ 2,796,400 Future 3 BioCorridor Water Line Improvements $ 2,741,200 Future 4 Water Supply Well No. 10 $ 19,223,900 Future 5 Harvey Mitchel Parkway Water Line Replacement $ 4,236,400 Future (1)Oversize participation projects include only the portion of costs paid for by the City. 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(4 (D (E (F Cooling Tower Expansion Land Acquisition for Well No. 10 Well No. 9 and Collection Line New Groundwater Well No. 10 Page 19 of 29 Wastewater Impact Fees Capital Improvements Plan Semi-Annual Impact Fee Report: October 2021 - March 2022 Project ID Description of Project(1)Project Cost Project Status as of March 2022 A Royder/Live Oak Sewer Service $ 1,691,256 Complete B Bee Creek Interceptor Phase 1 and 2 $ 8,472,421 Complete C Lick Creek Trunk Line $ 14,020,058 Complete D Medical District Trunk Line Phase 1 (Participation Agreement)$ 1,770,375 Complete E Northeast Trunk Line Phase 1 and 2 $ 6,558,738 Complete F Southwood Valley Trunk Line Phase 1 $ 1,518,488 Complete G 18-Inch Harvey Road Gravity Line $ 188,790 Complete H Creek Meadows Lift Station Upsizing and Force Main $ 212,587 Complete I Nagle Street Student Housing Oversize Participation $ 26,854 Complete J Bee Creek Interceptor Phase 3 $ 3,900,000 In Design K Medical District Trunk Line Phase 2 and 3 $ 3,250,000 Phase 2: In Design; Phase 3: In Design L Northeast Trunk Line Phase 3 and 4 $ 13,861,000 Phase 3: In Design; Phase 4: Design Contract Negotiations M Carters Creek Diversion Lift Station Phase 1 $ 13,900,000 In Design N Lick Creek WWTP Phase 1 Expansion $ 39,014,049 Under Construction O 2021 Impact Fee Update $ 174,150 Complete 1 15/18/24/30/36-inch Southwood Valley Interceptor Phase 2 $ 7,314,800 Programmed 2 18/21/24-Inch Bee Creek Trunk Line Phase 4 $ 5,357,800 Future 3 18/21-Inch Alum Creek Sewer Trunk Line $ 11,136,600 Programmed 4 8-Inch Creek Meadows Force Main Re-Routed to Alum Creek Trunk Line $ 2,517,900 Future 5 Lick Creek WWTP Phase 2 Expansion (to 8.0 MGD)$ 49,946,000 Future 6 21/24-Inch Harvey Road Replacement Gravity Line $ 4,916,300 Future (1)Oversize participation projects include only the portion of costs paid for by the City. 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Page 21 of 29 Roadway Impact Fee Capital Improvement Plan Semi-Annual Impact Fee Report: October 2021 - March 2022 Service Area A From To A-1 4 lane Minor Arterial George Bush Drive E Dominik Drive Harvey Road Widening 2,409,500$ Future A-2 2 lane Major Collector Lassie Lane Sterling Street Manuel Drive Future 860,066$ Future A-3 2 lane Major Collector Dartmouth Street 720' S of Harvey Mitchell Parkway S Texas Avenue S Future 2,423,520$ Future A-4 4 lane Major Arterial - TxDOT Harvey Road SH 6 Northbound Frontage Road Boonville Road Widening 2,509,696$ Future A-5, D-1 4 lane Major Arterial Rock Prairie Road SH 6 Northbound Frontage Road Stonebrook Drive Partial Widening 2,164,000$ In Design A-6, D-2 4 lane Major Arterial Rock Prairie Road Stonebrook Drive Town Lake Drive Widening 5,136,000$ In Design A-7, D-8 4 lane Major Arterial Bird Pond Road Rock Prairie Road 1,055' E of Rock Prairie Road Future 1,758,000$ Future 1 400,000$ Future 2 301,515$ Complete 3 397,476$ Complete Project Status as of March 2022 Harvey Mitchell Parkway S and Dartmouth Street Texas Avenue S and Brothers Boulevard Project Type Project Cost University Drive E and University Towne Center Intersections Project ID Functional Class Project Limits Page 22 of 29 A-4A-6, D-2A-3A-7, D-8A- 1 A-5, D-1 A- 2 SH 6 TE X A S UNIVE R SIT Y HARVEYBIRD PONDDA RTM O UT H SOUTHWESTCO P P E R F I E L D TARROWL ASSIEGEORGE B USH E 3 2 1 Legend FUTURE THOROUGHFARE WIDENING PARTIAL WIDENING CONSTRUCTED - EXCESS CAPACITY OTHER THOROUGHFARES !INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT - FUTURE !INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT - CONSTRUCTED NExhibit 2 CIP - Service Area A November 2021 0 10.5 Miles Page 23 of 29 Roadway Impact Fee Capital Improvement Plan Semi-Annual Impact Fee Report: October 2021 - March 2022 Service Area B From To B-1 4 lane Minor Arterial F & B Road 160' E of Turkey Creek Road Harvey Mitchell Parkway S Widening 4,106,520$ Future B-2 4 lane Minor Arterial (1/2)Luther Street W Harvey Mitchell Parkway Jones Butler Road Partial Widening 2,903,600$ Future B-3, C-1 4 lane Minor Arterial Rock Prairie Road W 715' W of Towers Parkway Wellborn Road Widening 4,659,868$ Under Construction B-4, C-2 6 lane Major Arterial Rock Prairie Road Normand Drive SH 6 Constructed 4,017,530$ Complete B-5 2 lane Major Collector Turkey Creek Road 2,775' N of Raymond Stotzer Parkway Westbound Frontage Road Raymond Stotzer Parkway Westbound Frontage Road Widening 3,278,140$ Future B-6 6 lane Major Arterial - TxDOT Harvey Mitchell Parkway S Raymond Stotzer Parkway Wellborn Road Widening 1,407,527$ Under Construction B-7 4 lane Minor Arterial Penberthy Road George Bush Drive Luther Street W Constructed 3,080,683$ Complete B-8 6 lane Major Arterial - TxDOT Wellborn Road George Bush Drive 940' N of Harvey Mitchell Parkway S Partial Widening 1,486,464$ Future B-9 2 lane Major Collector Jones Butler Road Harvey Mitchell Parkway S Holleman Drive S Future 9,652,780$ In Design B-10 4 lane Minor Arterial Holleman Drive S N Dowling Road 290' S of Rock Prairie Road W Constructed 10,631,067$ Complete 3 397,476$ Complete 4 1,190,232$ In Design 5 644,445$ Under Construction 6 4,532,013$ Under Construction 7 572,000$ In Design 8 350,000$ Future Project Status as of March 2022 Intersections Wellborn Road and George Bush Drive Welborn Road and Holleman Drive Wellborn Road and Deacon Drive Holleman Drive W and Jones Butler Road Longmire Drive and Ponderosa Drive Project Type Project Cost Texas Avenue S and Brothers Boulevard Project ID Functional Class Project Limits Page 24 of 29 TE X A SWE L L B O R N HARV E Y MI T C H E L LF & B ROADHOLLEMANH O P E C R E E K GEORGE BUSHN DO WLI N G SOUT H W E S T ROCK P R AI RI ERAYMOND STOTZER S H 6 ROC K P R A IRIEWUNIVERSITYC O L L E G E LUTHERT UR KE Y C RE E K P E N B E R T H Y B-6 B-10B- 8 B-2B- 5B-1B- 7 B-3, C-1B-4, C- 2 B-9 8 3 7 6 5 4 Legend FUTURE THOROUGHFARE WIDENING PARTIAL WIDENING CONSTRUCTED - EXCESS CAPACITY OTHER THOROUGHFARES !INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT - FUTURE !INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT - CONSTRUCTED NExhibit 2 CIP - Service Area B November 2021 0 10.5 Miles Page 25 of 29 Roadway Impact Fee Capital Improvement Plan Semi-Annual Impact Fee Report: October 2021 - March 2022 Service Area C From To B-3, C-1 4 lane Minor Arterial Rock Prairie Road W 715' W of Towers Parkway Wellborn Road Widening $ 4,659,868 Under Construction B-4, C-2 6 lane Major Arterial Rock Prairie Road Normand Drive SH 6 Constructed $ 4,017,530 Complete C-3 4 lane Minor Arterial Barron Road WS Phillips Parkway Decatur Drive Constructed $ 5,795,317 Complete C-4 4 lane Minor Arterial Capstone Drive 1265' W of Wellborn Road Wellborn Road Future $ 2,765,575 In Design C-5 4 lane Minor Arterial Barron Road Wellborn Road WS Phillips Parkway Widening $ 4,712,977 In Design C-6 4 lane Minor Arterial Greens Prairie Road 820' W OF WS Phillips Parkway Arrington Road Widening $ 10,550,324 Under Construction C-7 4 lane Minor Arterial Greens Prairie Road Wellborn Road 1290' E of Creek Meadow Boulevard N Constructed $ 8,918,795 Complete C-8 4 lane Major Arterial Towers Parkway Rock Prairie Road W Wellborn Road Constructed $ 10,030,680 Future C-9 4 lane Major Arterial - TxDOT Wellborn Road Capstone Drive 540' S of Greens Prairie Road Widening $ 2,407,328 In Design C-10 4 lane Minor Arterial (1/2)WS Phillips Parkway Barron Road Greens Prairie Road Partial Widening $ 5,844,160 Programmed C-11 4 lane Minor Arterial (50%)WS Phillips Parkway Greens Prairie Road Arrington Road Future $ 7,311,480 Future C-12 4 lane Minor Arterial (50%)Royder Road Extension I-GN Road Wellborn Road Future $ 3,360,000 Programmed C-13 4 lane Minor Arterial Royder Road Wellborn Road 885' S of Greens Prairie Road Constructed $ 7,690,299 Complete C-14 2 lane Major Collector Victoria Avenue Southern Plantation Drive William D. Fitch Parkway Constructed $ 1,973,927 Complete 9 350,000$ Future 10 320,994$ Complete 11 350,000$ Programmed 12 350,000$ Programmed 13 350,000$ Future 14 816,249$ Complete Project Status as of March 2022 Intersections Barron Road and Alexandria Avenue Barron Road and Decatur Drive Barron Road and Longmire Drive Longimre Drive and Eagle Avenue William D. Fitch Parkway and Victoria Avenue Project Type Project Cost Graham Road and Victoria Avenue Project ID Functional Class Project Limits Page 26 of 29 S H 6 I -GNWELLBORNBARRONW S P H I L L I P S ARRINGTONGREENS PRAIRIEROC K P R AI RI E WILLIAM D FITCH R O Y D E R TOWE R S CAPSTO N E C-9C-6C-3C- 1 1 C-7C- 1 0 C-8 C- 1 3 C-14C-5C-12B-3, C-1B-4, C- 2 C-4 9 13 14 1211 10 Legend FUTURE THOROUGHFARE WIDENING PARTIAL WIDENING CONSTRUCTED - EXCESS CAPACITY OTHER THOROUGHFARES !INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT - FUTURE !INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT - CONSTRUCTED NExhibit 2 CIP - Service Area C November 2021 0 10.5 Miles Page 27 of 29 Roadway Impact Fee Capital Improvement Plan Semi-Annual Impact Fee Report: October 2021 - March 2022 Service Area D From To A-5, D-1 4 lane Major Arterial (1/2)Rock Prairie Road SH 6 Northbound Frontage Road Stonebrook Drive Partial Widening $ 2,164,000 In Design A-6, D-2 4 lane Major Arterial Rock Prairie Road Stonebrook Drive Town Lake Drive Widening $ 5,136,000 In Design D-3 4 lane Major Arterial Rock Prairie Road Town Lake Drive William D. Fitch Parkway Widening $ 17,245,000 Future D-4 4 lane Minor Arterial Midtown Drive Medical Avenue 990' E of Medical Avenue Constructed $ 1,028,820 Complete D-5 4 lane Minor Arterial (1/2)Midtown Drive 990' E of Medical Avenue 800' S of Town Lake Drive Partial Widening $ 4,535,000 Future D-6 2 lane Major Collector Midtown Drive 800' S of Town Lake Drive 2605' S of Corporate Parkway Constructed $ 5,374,808 Complete D-7 2 lane Major Collector Durham Drive Midtown Drive Rock Prairie Road Future $ 981,960 Future A-7, D-8 4 lane Major Arterial Bird Pond Road Rock Prairie Road 1055' E of Rock Prairie Road Future $ 1,758,000 Future D-9 4 lane Minor Arterial (50%)Town Lake Drive SH 6 Northbound Frontage Road Midtown Drive Future $ 1,753,000 Partial D-10 2 lane Major Collector Corporate Parkway SH 6 Northbound Frontage Road Midtown Drive Constructed $ 1,436,192 Complete D-11 2 lane Major Collector Corporate Parkway Midtown Drive William D. Fitch Parkway Future $ 9,894,000 Future D-12 4 lane Minor Arterial (1/2)Pebble Creek Parkway Royal Adelade Drive St Andrews Drive Partial Widening $ 2,137,000 Future D-13 4 lane Minor Arterial (50%)Pebble Creek Parkway St Andrews Drive 275' S of Lone Star Lane Future $ 9,181,000 Future D-14 2 lane Major Collector Lakeway Drive 1645' S of Gateway Boulevard SH 6 Northbound Frontage Road Future $ 2,635,080 Future D-15 2 lane Major Collector Mather Parkway Nantucket Drive 1920' S of Nantucket Drive Future $ 882,000 Future D-16 4 lane Minor Arterial (50%)Nantucket Drive SH 6 Northbound Frontage Road Pebble Creek Parkway Future $ 5,877,000 Future D-17 2 lane Major Collector Nantucket Drive Pebble Creek Parkway Southern Pointe Parkway Future $ 3,083,220 Future D-18 4 lane Minor Arterial (50%)Southern Pointe Parkway 205' W of Pipeline Road 280' E of Nantucket Drive Future $ 3,902,000 Future Project Status as of March 2022Project ID Project CostFunctional Class Project Limits Project Type Page 28 of 29 SH 6 ROCK PR A I R I E WILLIAM D FITCH P E B B L E C R E E KBIRD PONDN A N T U C K E TC O RPORATE LAKEWAYTOW NLAKEMID T OW N D-3 D- 1 3 D-16 D- 6 D-11 D-17 D-1 4 D-18D-7D- 5 D-9A-6, D-2 A-7, D-8D- 1 2 D-4 D-15A-5, D-1 D-108 3 6 Legend FUTURE THOROUGHFARE WIDENING PARTIAL WIDENING CONSTRUCTED - EXCESS CAPACITY OTHER THOROUGHFARES !INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT - FUTURE !INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT - CONSTRUCTED NExhibit 2 CIP - Service Area D November 2021 0 10.5 Miles Page 29 of 29