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08/18/2022 - Agenda Packet - Planning & Zoning Commission College Station, TX Meeting Agenda Planning and Zoning Commission 1101 Texas Ave, College Station, TX 77840 Internet: https://zoom.us/j/82781993573 Phone: 888 475 4499 and Webinar ID: 827 8199 3573 The City Council may or may not attend this meeting. August 18, 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 third-party 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. August 4 2022 3.2. Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a Final Plat for Southern Pointe Subdivision Phase 104 & 120 consisting of 65 single-family lots on approximately 12 acres generally located in the City's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction along Darlington Avenue. Case #FP2022-000002. Sponsors: Robin Macias Attachments: 1. Staff Report Page 1 of 52 Planning and Zoning Commission Page 2 August 18, 2022 2. Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 3. Final Plat 3.3. Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a Final Plat for Mission Ranch Phase 303 consisting of 16 single-family lots on approximately 10 acres located at Hidalgo Pass Court, generally located northeast of the intersection at Feather Run and Deacon Drive West. Case #FP2022-000001 Sponsors: Derrick Williams 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 the Comprehensive Plan - Future Land Use & Character Map from Suburban Residential to Neighborhood Commercial for approximately 0.16 aces, generally located at 106 Southland Street. Case #CPA2022-000006 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the September 8, 2022 City Council Meeting - Subject to change). Sponsors: Robin Macias Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 3. Comprehensive Plan Exhibit 4. Background Information 5. Applicant's Supporting Information 6. Comprehensive Plan Amendment Map 5.2. 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 form PDD Planned Development District and GS General Suburban to PDD Planned Development District for approximately 0.75 acres located at Southland Addition Block 2 Lot 6 & 7 and the remainder of Lots 1-5, generally located at the intersection of Southland Street and Wellborn Road. Case #REZ2022-000010 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the September 8, 2022 City Council Meeting - Subject to change). Sponsors: Robin Macias Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 3. Rezoning Exhibit 4. Background Information 5. Applicants Supporting Information 6. Rezoning Map 7. Existing Future Land Use Map 8. Original Concept Plan 9. Proposed Concept Plan Page 2 of 52 Planning and Zoning Commission Page 3 August 18, 2022 10. Meritorious Modifications - Exhibit B 6. Informational Agenda 6.1. Discussion of new development applications submitted to the City. New Development Link: www.cstx.gov/newdev 6.2. Discussion of Minor / Amending Plats approved by staff:  Aggieland Business Park II: Block 1, Lot 1 ~ Case #FPCO2022-000004 Sponsors: Robin Macias 6.3. Presentation and discussion on economic development initiatives in College Station. Sponsors: Michael Ostrowski, Brian Piscacek Attachments: 1. Cover Sheet 6.4. Presentation and discussion regarding the P&Z Calendar of Upcoming Meetings:  Thursday, August 25, 2022 ~ City Council Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ Open Meeting 6:00 p.m. (Liaison - Smith)  Thursday, September 1, 2022 ~ P&Z Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ 6:00 p.m.  Thursday, September 8, 2022 ~ City Council Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ Open Meeting 6:00 p.m. (Liaison - Christiansen)  Thursday, September 15, 2022 ~ P&Z Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ 6:00 p.m. 6.5. Presentation and discussion regarding an update on items heard:  A Rezoning of approximately three acres from Planned Development District to Planned Development District located at 2849 Barron Road. The Planning & Zoning Commission heard this item on July 21, 2022 and voted (6-0) to recommend approval. The City Council heard this item on August 11, 2022 and voted (7-0) to approve the request.  A Comprehensive Plan Amendment of approximately 17 acres from Medical to Urban Residential located at 400 Double Mountain Road. The Planning & Zoning Commission heard this item on July 21, 2022 and voted (4-2) to recommend approval. The City Council heard this item on August 11, 2022 and voted (4-3) to approve the request. 6.6. 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. Page 3 of 52 Planning and Zoning Commission Page 4 August 18, 2022 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. 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 4 of 52 August 4, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 1 of 6 MINUTES PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION 1101 Texas Ave, College Station, TX 77840 August 4, 2022 6:00 p.m. Phone: *888 475 4499 and Webinar ID: 868 2368 1120 Internet: https://zoom.us/j/86823681120 COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Dennis Christiansen, Bobby Mirza, William Wright, Jason Cornelius, Melissa McIlhaney, Mark Smith, and Thomas Jackson COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Linda Harvell and Dennis Maloney CITY STAFF PRESENT: Michael Ostrowski, Carol Cotter, Erika Bridges, Alyssa Halle-Schramm, Jason Schubert, Anthony Armstrong, Lucas Harper, Bekha Wells, Derrick Williams, Matthew Ellis, Naomi Sing, Gillian Sitler, Lindsey Pressler, Katherine Beaman-Jamael, Leslie Whitten, and Kristen Hejny 1. 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. Consent Agenda 3.1 Consideration, discussion, and possible action to approve meeting minutes. • July 21, 2022 Commissioner Wright motioned to approve the Consent Agenda. Commissioner Cornelius seconded the motion, motion passed (7-0). 4. Consideration, discussion, and possible action on items removed from the Consent Agenda by Commission Action. No items were removed. 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 boundary from GC General Commercial to PDD Planned Development District on approximately 12 acres of land located at 103 N. Dowling Road. Case #REZ2022-000012 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the August 25, 2022 City Council Meeting – Subject to change). Page 5 of 52 August 4, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 2 of 6 Land Development Planning Administrator Armstrong presented the rezoning to the Commission, with changes to provide sidewalks only on one side of the private access ways and the private street allowed to break the block, recommending approval. Commissioner Jackson asked about the parking for the development. Land Development Planning Administrator Armstrong stated that the development must meet single-family parking requirements. Commissioner Smith asked why the developer is proposing access ways instead of public streets. Chairperson Christiansen asked about changes in clearances. Land Development Planning Administrator Armstrong clarified that the front setback was increased so that the development was not too close to the access. Applicant, Veronica Morgan, Mitchell & Morgan Engineers, clarified the use of access easements versus public streets to provide more flexibility on site. Commissioner Smith asked who would maintain the access ways. Ms. Morgan stated that the property owner will be responsible for maintaining the access ways as part of an established Homeowner’s Association (HOA). Commissioner Mirza asked if the lots would be individually owned. Ms. Morgan confirmed that the lots will be individually platted and owned. Commissioner Wright asked for the height restriction for townhomes. Land Development Planning Administrator Armstrong clarified that the height restrictions are 2.5 stories or 35-feet. Chairperson Christiansen opened the public hearing. No visitors spoke. Chairperson Christiansen closed the public hearing. Commissioner Jackson motioned to recommend approval of the rezoning with the changes presented. Commissioner Wright seconded the motion. Commissioner Smith expressed concerns for HOA maintained access ways. The motion passed (7-0). 5.2 Presentation, discussion, and possible action on a proposed middle housing zoning district. (Note: Discussion of this item is scheduled for the at the August 25, 2022 City Council Meeting – Subject to change). Page 6 of 52 August 4, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 3 of 6 Staff Planner Ellis presented the proposed middle housing zoning district to the Commission. Chairperson Christiansen asked for clarification on “Ag Shacks”, asking if developers build the traditional four-bedroom four-bathroom, would this still be an acceptable single-family development. Staff Planner Ellis confirmed that yes this is acceptable single-family housing complying with the provisions. Mr. Ellis also clarified that shared housing will have its own definition to be presented to the Commission at a later date. Commissioner Jackson expressed his support for the middle housing zoning district and the need to provide housing for all residents. Mr. Jackson asked for quantification of housing units recommending staff perform a housing market analysis. Commissioner McIlhaney expressed her support for the middle housing zoning district and the ability to get more house on a smaller lot. Staff Planner Ellis presented three parking options within the middle housing zoning district. Option one, rear parking for the entire district; option two, allowing front parking on the periphery of the Mixed Residential Future Land use with streetscaping; and option three, allowing front parking with streetscaping for the entire district. Staff is recommending option two. Commissioner Wright expressed support for option two. Commissioners Jackson, Mirza, Smith, and McIlhaney expressed support for option one. Commissioner Smith expressed concerns for privately owned and maintained streets. Staff Planner Ellis presented three buffering options recommended within the middle housing zoning district. Option one, 2.5 feet of landscaped buffer for every five feet of height, and a fence; option two, five feet of landscaped buffer for every ten feet of height, and a fence; option three, ten feet and a fence. Staff is recommending option one, 2.5 feet of landscaped buffer for every five feet of height, and a fence. Chairperson Christiansen asked for clarification on the buffer fencing. Staff Planner Ellis clarified that fencing would follow the current fencing requirements for the City of College Station. Commissioner Wright expressed support for option one. Staff Planner Ellis presented two low density residential height protection (single-family height protection) options. Option one, multiplexes provide 1:2 height protection from the property line; option two, all middle housing projects provide 1:2 height protection from the property line. Staff is recommending option one, multiplexes provide 1:2 height protection from the property line. Chairperson Christiansen and Commissioners McIlhaney and Wright expressed support for option one. Page 7 of 52 August 4, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 4 of 6 Commissioner Cornelius asked how many proposed middle housing developments will be on developed land, and what would be the reasoning for developing these on developed land. Staff Planner Ellis identified the five recognized greenfield areas within the City of College Station. Staff Planner Ellis clarified that redevelopment would cut lot sizes in half. Commissioner Wright asked how middle housing would work for areas that are eligible, and already contain “Ag Shacks”. Staff Planner Ellis explained that it would require a rezoning. Commissioner McIlhaney stated that it is a disservice for the proposed zoning district to be labeled as a low- and middle-income housing district. Ms. McIlhaney would like to see the zoning district highlighted as something suitable for all levels of income and types of people. Chairperson Christiansen opened the public hearing. Tina Evans, The Knoll Subdivision, College Station, spoke in opposition to the proposed zoning district citing concerns for a hostile takeover for profit, maps not being transitional, and a loss in areas within the city. Chairperson Christiansen closed the public hearing. Commissioner Smith expressed concerns about creating quasi-public infrastructure with privately owned rear parking. Commissioner McIlhaney reiterated Commissioner Smith’s comments regarding parking, stating that parking option one will go a long way in alleviating any concerns. Commissioner Mirza expressed support for parking option one. Commissioner Jackson expressed support for the proposed zoning district, stating that this creates a viable configuration for housing. Commissioner Cornelius asked if there will be some shared housing and being able to work on that separately. Staff Planner Ellis stated that shared housing will be a use allowed if adopted in the middle housing zoning district. Commissioner Wright expressed support for the proposed zoning district and expressed concerns for some areas being lost to this zoning district to over zoning. Chairperson Christiansen expressed support for the proposed zoning district. 6. Informational Agenda 6.1 Discussion of new development applications submitted to the City. Page 8 of 52 August 4, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 5 of 6 New Development Link: www.cstx.gov/newdev There was no discussion. 6.2 Presentation and discussion regarding the P&Z Calendar of Upcoming Meetings: • Thursday, August 11, 2022 ~ City Council Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ Open Meeting 6:00 p.m. (Liaison – Mirza) • Thursday, August 18, 2022 ~ P&Z Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ 6:00 p.m. • Thursday, August 25, 2022 ~ City Council Meeting ~ Council Chambers ~ Open Meeting 6:00 p.m. (Liaison – Smith) • Thursday, September 1, 2022 ~ P&Z Meeting ~ Council Chambers 6:00 p.m. Commissioner liaison changes were made to the August 11, 2022 and August 25, 2022 City Council meetings, making Commissioner Mirza the liaison for the August 11, 2022 City Council meeting, and Commissioner Smith the liaison for the August 25, 2022 City Council meeting. 6.3 Presentation and discussion regarding an update on items heard: • An Ordinance Amendment amending Appendix A, “Unified Development Ordinance,” Section 5.2, “Residential Dimensional Standards,” and Section 8.3.H.4, “Cluster Development” regarding Cluster Developments. The Planning & Zoning Commission heard this item on July 7, 2022 and voted (6-0) to recommend approval. The City Council heard this item on July 28, 2022 and voted (7-0) to approve the request. There was general discussion amongst the Commission. 6.4 Discussion and review regarding the following meetings: Design Review Board, BioCorridor Board. • Monday, July 25, 2022 ~ DRB Meeting Commissioner Cornelius updated the Commission regarding the facade changes to the property at 106 College Main. 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 Planner Gabe Schrum to the Commission. 8. Adjourn The meeting adjourned at 7:15 p.m. Approved: Attest: Page 9 of 52 August 4, 2022 P&Z Meeting Minutes Page 6 of 6 ______________________________ ________________________________ Dennis Chairperson Christiansen, Chairperson Kristen Hejny, Admin Support Specialist Planning & Zoning Commission Planning & Development Services Page 10 of 52 Planning & Zoning Commission August 18, 2022 Scale 65 lots on 12 acres Location Generally located along Darlington Avenue in the City’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) Property Owner Phillips 3 Land Holdings, LLC Applicant Schultz Engineering, LLC Project Manager Robin Macias, Staff Planner rmacias@cstx.gov Project Overview This plat will establish additional lots within the Southern Pointe Subdivision. The Southern Pointe Subdivision is a redevelopment of the Texas World Speedway property and the first Municipal Utility District in Brazos County. The overall development includes 1,994 single-family lots, potential multi-family and commercial, a school and fire station site and parkland on 553 acres. The Southern Pointe Subdivision is located within the City of College Station’s ETJ, but as a Municipal Utility District is required to develop according to the adopted development agreement. This agreement specifies development occur in a manner which complies with Unified Development Ordinance Section 8.3 General Requirements and Minimum Standards of Design for Subdivisions within the City Limits in anticipation of a future annexation. This phase of the development will consist of 65 residential lots, 2 common areas and 2 neighborhood parks. Preliminary Plan The original preliminary plan was approved in January 2017. The Preliminary Plan was approved with waivers for UDO Section 8.3.E.3.a ‘Street Projections’; Section 8.3.G.2.a ‘Block Length’; Section 8.3.G.2.b ‘Block Length’; Section 8.3.G.2.c ‘Block Length’; Section 8.3.G.4.b ‘Block Perimeter’; Section 8.3.J.2 ‘Access Ways’; Section 8.3.W ‘Single-Family Residential Parking Requirements for Platting,’ and Section 8.8 ‘Requirements for Parkland Dedication’. It has been since revised in December 2017, August 2018, January 2020, and January 2021. Public Infrastructure Total linear feet proposed: 2,077 Streets (Brazos County) 1,310 Sanitary Sewer Lines 4,543 Sidewalks (Brazos County) 2,156 Water Lines 1,896 Storm Sewer Lines (BC MUD #1) Parkland Dedication Approximately 16,950 square feet of parkland are being dedicated with the proposed final plat. In addition, parkland improvements have been installed which covers a portion of the parkland development fees required for the platting of 65 single family lots. The 16,950 square feet of parkland is being applied to a larger neighborhood-style park that will continue to develop as the Southern Pointe Subdivision continues. Traffic Impact Analysis N/A Final Plat for Southern Pointe Subdivision Phase 104 & 120 FP2022-000002 Page 11 of 52 Planning & Zoning Commission August 18, 2022 Compliant with Comprehensive Plan (including Master Plans) and Unified Development Ordinance Yes Compliant with Subdivision Regulations Yes Staff Recommendation Approval Supporting Materials 1.Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 2.Final Plat Page 12 of 52 Page 13 of 52 Page 14 of 52 Page 15 of 52 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 23456789101112 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 SECTION 104 SECTION 120 PROMENADE DRIVEFULTON DRIVEGAINESVILLE DRIVE 10 11 1 17 16 14 13 12 11 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 17 16 15 14 13 12 8 7 6 5 19 1810 11 1 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 17 16 15 14 13 12 8 7 6 5 19 18DARLINGTON AVEN UE 7 7 10 10 7 7 11 8 11 ELDORA DRIVEDAYTONA DR I V E GAINESVILLE DRIVE COMMON ARE A 1 A 1 0 4 COMMON AREA 1B 104PARKLAND 1P 104NEIGHBORHOOD PARKPARKLAND 1P 120NEIGHBORHOOD PARK PARKLAND 2P15287/51 Parcel Table Parcel # 1040718 1040719 1040720 1040721 1040722 1040723 1040724 1040725 1040726 1040727 1040728 1040729 1040730 1040731 1040732 1040733 1040802 1040803 1040804 1040805 1040806 1040807 1041014 1041015 1041016 1041017 1041018 1041019 1041020 1041021 1041022 1041023 1041024 1041025 1041026 1041027 1200808 1200809 1200810 1200811 1200812 1201001 1201002 1201003 1201004 1201005 1201006 1201007 1201008 1201009 1201010 1201011 1201012 1201013 1201128 1201129 1201130 1201131 1201132 1201133 1201134 1201135 1201136 1201137 1201138 SECTION 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 BLOCK 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 LOT 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 2 3 4 5 6 7 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 AREA (SF) 9,393 5,788 5,788 5,788 5,788 5,788 5,788 5,788 5,791 5,812 5,992 5,991 5,991 5,991 5,991 7,868 5,751 5,750 5,750 5,750 5,750 5,750 10,363 5,948 5,948 5,948 5,948 5,948 5,799 5,799 5,799 6,030 6,106 6,106 6,106 7,060 5,750 5,750 5,750 5,750 5,750 7,098 6,129 6,126 6,076 5,794 5,794 5,794 5,794 5,794 5,794 5,794 5,794 8,752 8,668 5,802 5,802 5,802 5,802 5,802 5,802 5,803 6,137 6,412 7,040 Parcel Table Parcel # 104 1A 104 1B SECTION 104 104 BLOCK 7 8 LOT COMMON AREA 1A 104 COMMON AREA 1B 104 AREA (SF) 1,725 1,725 Parcel Table Parcel # 104 PARKLAND 1P 120 PARKLAND 1P SECTION 104 120 BLOCK 8 8 LOT PARKLAND 1P 104 NEIGHBORHOOD PARK PARKLAND 1P 120 NEIGHBORHOOD PARK AREA (SF) 9,450 7,500 FINAL PLAT SOUTHERN POINTE SUBDIVISION SECTIONS 104 & 120 12.00 ACRES BEING A PORTION OF THE REMAINDER OF A CALLED 178.73 ACRE TRACT 15061/220 STERRETT D. SMITH SURVEY, A-210 BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS 65 LOTS BLOCK 7, LOTS 18-33 BLOCK 8, LOTS 2-12 BLOCK 10, LOTS 1-27 BLOCK 11, LOTS 28-38 COMMON AREA 1A 104 COMMON AREA 1B 104 PARKLAND 1P 104 NEIGHBORHOOD PARK PARKLAND 1P 120 NEIGHBORHOOD PARK SCALE 1'' = 50'FEBRUARY, 2022 TBPE NO. 12327911 SOUTHWEST PKWY E. College Station, Texas 77840  (979) 764-3900 ENGINEER:SURVEYOR: Nathan Paul Kerr, RPLS No. 6834 Kerr Surveying, LLC 409 N. Texas Ave. Bryan, TX 77803 (979) 268-3195TBPELS FIRM # 10018500 VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE ST A T E H I G H W A Y N O . 6 MESA VERDE DRPI P E L I N E R DCITY OF COLLEGE STATION CITY LIMITS PEACH CREEK CUT OFF RDELDORA DRSOUTHERN POINTE PKWYLEGEND # POINT OF BEGINNING SHEET 1 OF 2 OWNER: PHILLIPS 3 LAND HOLDINGS, LLC1140 MIDTOWN DRIVECOLLEGE STATION, TX 77845 DEVELOPER: BV SOUTHERN POINTE DEVELOPMENT, INC.1140 MIDTOWN DRIVE COLLEGE STATION, TX 77845 P:\21-963 Southern Pointe - Sections 104 & 120 - Documents\FINAL PLAT\Southern Pointe 104 & 120-Final Plat.dwg, FINAL PLAT SHEET 1 OF 2Page 16 of 52 TBPE NO. 12327911 SOUTHWEST PKWY E. College Station, Texas 77840  (979) 764-3900 ENGINEER:SURVEYOR: Nathan Paul Kerr, RPLS No. 6834 Kerr Surveying, LLC 409 N. Texas Ave. Bryan, TX 77803 (979) 268-3195TBPELS FIRM # 10018500 OWNER: PHILLIPS 3 LAND HOLDINGS, LLC1140 MIDTOWN DRIVECOLLEGE STATION, TX 77845 VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE ST A T E H I G H W A Y N O . 6 MESA VERDE DRPI P E L I N E R DCITY OF COLLEGE STATION CITY LIMITS PEACH CREEK CUT OFF RDELDORA DRSOUTHERN POINTE PKWYSCALE 1'' = 50'FEBRUARY, 2022 A FIELD NOTES DESCRIPTION OF 12.00 ACRES IN THE STERRETT D. SMITH SURVEY, ABSTRACT 210,IN BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS, BEING OUT OF THE REMAINDER OF A CALLED 178.73 ACRE TRACTOF LAND CONVEYED TO SOUTHERN POINTE, LLC IN VOLUME 15061, PAGE 220 OF THE OFFICIALPUBLIC RECORDS OF BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS (OPRBCT); SAID 12.00 ACRES BEING MOREPARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING at a point on the north line of a called 5.00 acre Lot 1, Block 1, LGL Subdivision, as depicted on aplat recorded in Volume 5996, Page 197 (OPRBCT), said Lot 1 conveyed to LGL Administrative Services Inc. inVolume 10272, Page 62 (OPRBCT), same being the southwest corner of Southern Pointe Subdivision, Section 100, recorded in Volume 15287, Page 51 (OPRBCT), and further being the southeast corner of the herein described tract, for reference City of College Station GPS Monument CS94-154 bears N 75° 29' 24” E a distance of 3,143.37 feet; THENCE, with the north line of said 5.00 acre tract for the following two (2) courses and distances: 1) S 86° 59' 29” W, for a distance of 315.00 feet to the section line of Section 104 and Section 120;2) S 86° 59' 29” W, for a distance of 250.00 feet; THENCE, through the remainder of said 178.73 acre tract for the following six (6) courses and distances:1) N 03° 00' 31” W, for a distance of 145.00 feet to the future south line of Gainesville Drive (50'R.O.W.)2) with the future south line of Gainesville Drive, S 86° 59' 29” W, for a distance of 47.15 feet;3) with the future west line of Gainesville Drive, N 03° 00' 31” W, for a distance of 50.00 feet;4) with a curve to the left having a radius of 4090.00 feet, an arc distance of 441.80 feet, a delta angle of06° 11' 21”, and a chord which bears N 12° 20' 41” W a distance of 441.59 feet to the end of saidcurve;5) with a curve to the left having a radius of 300.00 feet, an arc distance of 126.18 feet, a delta angle of24° 05' 56”, and a chord which bears N 27° 29' 19” W for a distance of 125.25 feet to the end of said curve; 6) with a curve to the left having a radius of 111.21 feet, an arc distance of 5.71 feet, a delta angle of 02° 56' 24”, and a chord which bears N 39° 32' 17” W for a distance of 5.71 feet to the end of said curve; THENCE, along the south line of Southern Pointe Subdivision, Section 200, recorded in Volume 17135, Page 211 (OPRBCT), for the following nine (9) courses and distances:1) with a curve to left having a radius of 1030.00 feet, an arc distance of 90.77 feet, a delta angle of 05°02' 58”, and a chord which bears N 56° 01' 27” E for a distance of 90.74 feet to the end of said curve;2) S 80° 57' 24” E, for a distance of 35.69 feet to the future north line of Promenade Drive (50' R.O.W.); 3) with the future north line of Promenade Drive, N 48° 23' 01” E, for a distance of 50.26 feet; 4) N 07° 11' 24” E, for a distance of 34.27 feet; 5) N 50° 27' 43” E, for a distance of 180.24 feet; 6) S 83° 16' 29” E, for a distance of 36.13 feet;7) N 48° 06' 25” E, for a distance of 50.17 feet to the north line of Fulton Drive (50' R.O.W.);8) with the future north line of Fulton Drive, N 06° 33' 40” E, for a distance of 34.67 feet; 9) N 50° 27' 43” E, for a distance of 90.55 feet to the west line of said Southern Pointe Subdivision, Section 100; THENCE, with the west line of Southern Pointe Subdivision, Section 100 for the following six (6) calls and distances:1) with a curve to the right with a radius of 860.00 feet, an arc distance of 357.18 feet, a delta angle of23° 47' 47”, and a chord which bears S 27° 20' 15” E for a distance of 354.62 feet to the end of saidcurve; 2) with a curve to the right with a radius of 4650.00 feet, an arc distance of 563.50 feet, a delta angle of 06° 56' 36”, and a chord which bears S 11° 58' 04” E for a distance of 563.15 feet to the end of said curve and the future west line of Gainesville Drive (50' R.O.W.); 3) with the future west line of Gainesville Drive, S 08° 29' 46” E, for a distance of 50.23 feet;4) N 86° 59' 29” E, for a distance of 33.93 feet;5) with a curve to the left with a radius of 225.00 feet, an arc distance of 10.48 feet, a delta angle of 02° 40' 08”, and a chord which bears N 85° 39' 25” E for a distance of 10.48 feet; 6) S 03° 00' 31” E, for a distance of 145.24 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING hereof and containing 12.00acres of land, more or less. FINAL PLAT SOUTHERN POINTE SUBDIVISION SECTIONS 104 & 120 12.00 ACRES BEING A PORTION OF THE REMAINDER OF A CALLED 178.73 ACRE TRACT 15061/220 STERRETT D. SMITH SURVEY, A-210 BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS 65 LOTS BLOCK 7, LOTS 18-33 BLOCK 8, LOTS 2-12 BLOCK 10, LOTS 1-27 BLOCK 11, LOTS 28-38 COMMON AREA 1A 104 COMMON AREA 1B 104 PARKLAND 1P 104 NEIGHBORHOOD PARK PARKLAND 1P 120 NEIGHBORHOOD PARK SHEET 2 OF 2 DEVELOPER: BV SOUTHERN POINTE DEVELOPMENT, INC.1140 MIDTOWN DRIVE COLLEGE STATION, TX 77845 P:\21-963 Southern Pointe - Sections 104 & 120 - Documents\FINAL PLAT\Southern Pointe 104 & 120-Final Plat.dwg, FINAL PLAT SHEET 2 OF 2Page 17 of 52 Planning & Zoning Commission August 18, 2022 Scale 16 lots and 2 common areas on 10.086 acres Location Northwest of the intersection at Feather Run and Deacon Drive West Property Owner BCS Mission Ranch, LP Applicant Schultz Engineering, LLC Project Manager Derrick Williams, Staff Planner dwilliams@cstx.gov Project Overview This plat will establish lots within the Mission Ranch Subdivision. This phase of the development will consist of 16 residential lots and two common areas. This is the 11th phase to be platted. 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. This phase falls within the northern portion. A Preliminary Plan was approved in 2014 granting waivers to cluster development requirements in UDO Section 8.3.H.4, which requires the average lot size in a cluster development to be less than the minimum lot size of the base zoning district. A revised Preliminary Plan was approved in 2019, 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: 652 Streets 570 Sanitary Sewer Lines 255 Sidewalks 780 Water Lines (Wellborn SUD) 80 Storm Sewer Lines Parkland Dedication This phase is within the vested portion of the preliminary plan and is not subject to parkland dedication fees. Traffic Impact Analysis N/A Compliant with Comprehensive Plan (including Master Plans) and Unified Development Ordinance Yes Compliant with Subdivision Regulations Yes Staff Recommendation Approval Supporting Materials 1.Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 2.Final Plat Final Plat for Mission Ranch Subdivision Phase 303 FP2022-000001 Page 18 of 52 Page 19 of 52 Page 20 of 52 Page 21 of 52 4 56 7 8 29 28 27 Cm.A. No. 4 & P.U.E. - 0.120 Ac.H.O.A C m.A #11.07 AcresH.O. A C m . A # 2 1.05 A c r e s Cm.A. No. 1 &P.U.E. 0.233 Ac. 7 COMMONAREA 57AND PrDE 10 10 10 10 10 MISSION RANCH DRIVEMISSION RANCH DRIVEFEATHER RUNBEXAR BLUFF PASSFEATHER RUN HIDALGO P A S S C O U R T MISSION RANCH PHASE 301 PLAT, 14856/162GREAT OAKSPHASE 1B PLAT, 11730/160 BCS MISSION RANCH, LP MISSION RANCH PHASE 501 PLAT, 17135/210 MISSION RANCH PHASE 201 PLAT, 14856/160 BLOCK 17 BLOCK 14 BLOCK 12 MISSION RANCH PHASE 301 PLAT, 14856/162 MIN FF = 291.0 12 0.373 AC. 110.274 AC. 100.241 AC. COMMON AREA 42AND PrDE3.595 AC. 140.385 AC. 16 0.385 AC. 3 0.221 AC. 80.368 AC. 20.257 AC. 7 0.189 AC.6 0.217 AC. 9 0.392 AC. 1 0.301 AC. 4 0.207 AC.50.283 AC.COMMON AREA 43COMMONAREA 430.854 AC. 150.321 AC. 130.287 AC. GREAT OAKS SUBDIVISION PHASE 1 PLAT, 4150/295 MIN FF = 291.0 MIN FF = 293.0 MIN FF = 290.0 MIN FF = 290.0 MIN FF = 290.0 MIN FF = 290.0 MIN FF = 290.0 TABLE 1 Parcel # 3031001 3031002 3031003 3031004 3031005 3031006 3031007 3031008 3031009 3031010 3031011 3031012 3031013 3031014 3031015 3031016 BLOCK 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 LOT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 AREA (SF) 13,110 11,185 9,615 9,002 12,313 9,469 8,240 16,011 17,064 10,494 11,946 16,267 12,492 16,785 14,002 16,782 MAXIMUM IMPERVIOUS COVER (%) 58 68 79 85 77 98 93 50 50 73 64 50 71 58 56 50 #TBPE NO. 12327911 SOUTHWEST PKWY E. College Station, Texas 77840 (979) 764-3900 ENGINEER: FINAL PLAT MISSION RANCH SUBDIVISION PHASE 303 10.086 ACRES BEING A PORTION OF A REMAINDER OF A CALLED 270.800 ACRE TRACT VOLUME 13842, PAGE 179 JAMES ERWIN SURVEY, A-119 COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS 16 LOTS BLOCK 10, LOTS 1-16 COMMON AREAS 42 & 43 SURVEYOR: Nathan Paul Kerr, RPLS No. 6834 Kerr Surveying, LLC 409 N. Texas Ave. Bryan, TX 77803 (979) 268-3195 TBPELS FIRM # 10018500 Kerr Job 21-1020 SCALE 1'' = 40'MARCH, 2022 OWNER/DEVELOPER: BCS Mission Ranch, LP 9955 Barker Cypress Road, Suite 250Cypress,TX 77433 (979) 820-7500 LEGEND LEGEND VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE F EA THE R RUNDEACON DRIVE W.MISSION RANCH DR. GR E A T O A K S D R .HOLLEMAN DR IVE S . SHEET 1 OF 2 POINTOFBEGINNING P:\21-959 Mission Ranch Ph 303 - Documents\FINAL PLAT\Mission Ranch Phase 303.dwg, FINAL PLAT SHEET 1 OF 2Page 22 of 52 LEGEND VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE F EA TH ER RUNDEACON DRIVE W.MISSION RANCH DR. GR E A T O A K S D R .HOLLEMAN DR IVE S . SHEET 2 OF 2 · · · · · · A FIELD NOTES DESCRIPTION OF 10.086 ACRES IN THE JAMES ERWIN SURVEY, ABSTRACT 119, IN COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS, BEING A PORTION OF A REMAINDER OF A CALLED 270.800 ACRE TRACT CONVEYED TO BCS MISSION RANCH, L.P. IN VOLUME 13842, PAGE 179 OF THE OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS (OPRBCT); SAID 10.086 ACRES BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING at a 1/2 inch iron rod set (all 1/2 inch iron rods to be set with blue plastic caps stamped “KERR SURVEYING”) on the northwest right-of-way of Mission Ranch Drive (70 foot right-of-way, Volume 14856, Page 163 OPRBCT) marking the easternmost corner hereof; for reference, the City of College Station GPS Control Monument CS94-117 bears S 79° 37' 24” E a distance of 4,300.58 feet; THENCE, with said northwest right-of-way of Mission Ranch Drive for the following four (4) courses and distances: 1) S 36° 42' 58” W, a distance of 64.32 feet to a 1/2 inch iron rod set; 2) With a curve to the right, having a radius of 349.96 feet, an arc length of 326.69 feet, a delta angle of 53° 29' 09”, and a chord which bears S 63° 27' 32” W a distance of 314.96 feet to a 1/2 inch iron rod set; 3) N 89° 47' 53” W, a distance of 134.38 feet to a 1/2 inch iron rod set; 4) With a curve to the left, having a radius of 349.96 feet, an arc length of 247.35 feet, a delta angle of 40° 29' 46”, and a chord which bears S 69° 57' 13” W, a distance of 242.23 feet to a point in a creek, being the east corner of Lot 8, Block 5, Great Oaks Phase 1B, as depicted on a plat recorded in Volume 11730, Page 160 (OPRBCT); THENCE, with the east lines of said Lot 8, Block 5, Great Oaks Phase 1B for the following two (2) courses and distances: 1) N 08° 20' 17” W, a distance of 105.86 feet to a point in said creek; 2) N 79° 34' 24” W, a distance of 149.98 feet to a point in said creek; THENCE, with the east lines of said Great Oaks Phase 1B, and Great Oaks Subdivision Phase One, as depicted on a plat recorded in Volume 4150, Page 295 (OPRBCT), N 26° 29' 07” W, a distance of 205.75 feet to a point in said creek; THENCE, with the east lines of said Great Oaks Subdivision Phase 1 for the following five (5) courses and distances: 1) N 36° 05' 57” E, a distance of 84.57 feet to a point in said creek; 3) N 28° 11' 05” W, a distance of 56.18 feet to a point in said creek; 4) N 57° 07' 26” E, a distance of 57.41 feet to a point in said creek; 5) N 11° 36' 26” W, a distance of 78.39 feet to a point in said creek; 6) N 39° 50' 40” E, a distance of 52.45 feet to a 1/2 inch iron rod found with blue plastic cap stamped “KERR SURVEYING” being the westernmost south corner of Mission Ranch Subdivision Phase 501 as depicted on a plat recorded in Volume 17135, Page 210 (OPRBCT); THENCE, with the south lines of said Mission Ranch Subdivision Phase 501 for the following two (2) courses and distances: 1) N 46° 58' 20” E, a distance of 268.19 feet, to a 1/2 inch iron rod found with yellow plastic cap stamped “KERR 4502”; 2) N 68° 47' 32” E a distance of 153.99 feet to a 1/2 inch iron rod found with yellow plastic cap stamped “KERR 4502” on the southwest right-of-way of Feather Run (77 foot right-of-way, Volume 17135, Page 210 OPRBCT); THENCE, with said southwest right-of-way of Feather Run for the following two (2) courses and distances: 1) With a curve to the left, having a radius of 856.99 feet, an arc length of 437.07 feet, a delta angle of 29° 13' 16”, and a chord which bears S 38° 40' 25” E a distance of 432.35 feet to a 1/2 inch iron rod found with blue plastic cap stamped “KERR SURVEYING”; 2) S 53° 17' 02” E, a distance of 290.11 feet, to a 5/8 inch iron rod set; THENCE, with a transition from said southwest right-of-way of Feather Run to said northwest right-of-way of Mission Ranch Drive, S 08° 17' 02” E, a distance of 35.36 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING hereof and containing 10.086 acres of land, more or less. TBPE NO. 12327911 SOUTHWEST PKWY E.College Station, Texas 77840 (979) 764-3900 ENGINEER: FINAL PLAT MISSION RANCH SUBDIVISION PHASE 303 10.086 ACRES BEING A PORTION OF A REMAINDER OF A CALLED 270.800 ACRE TRACT VOLUME 13842, PAGE 179 JAMES ERWIN SURVEY, A-119 COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS 16 LOTS BLOCK 10, LOTS 1-16 COMMON AREAS 42 & 43 SURVEYOR: Nathan Paul Kerr, RPLS No. 6834 Kerr Surveying, LLC 409 N. Texas Ave. Bryan, TX 77803 (979) 268-3195 TBPELS FIRM # 10018500 Kerr Job 21-1020 SCALE 1'' = 40'MARCH, 2022 OWNER/DEVELOPER: BCS Mission Ranch, LP 9955 Barker Cypress Road, Suite 250Cypress,TX 77433 (979) 820-7500 P:\21-959 Mission Ranch Ph 303 - Documents\FINAL PLAT\Mission Ranch Phase 303.dwg, FINAL PLAT SHEET 2 OF 2Page 23 of 52 1 August 18, 2022 Regular Agenda Comprehensive Plan Amendment To:Planning & Zoning Commission From:Robin Macias, Staff Planner Agenda Caption: Public Hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding an ordinance amending the Comprehensive Plan - Future Land Use & Character Map from Suburban Residential to Neighborhood Commercial for approximately 0.16 acres, generally located at 106 Southland Street. Case #CPA2022-000006 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the September 8, 2022 City Council Meeting- Subject to change). RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use & Character Map amendment. Summary: The applicant is requesting an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use & Character Map from Suburban Residential to Neighborhood Commercial for approximately 0.16 acres, located at 106 Southland Street. Neighborhood Commercial is defined as areas of commercial activities that cater primarily to nearby residents. This Comprehensive Plan Amendment is in conjunction with the PDD Planned Development District rezoning of this lot and the adjacent lots, which are already designated as Neighborhood Commercial. It is the applicant’s intent to extend the existing Southwest Crossing retail center and develop a commercial restaurant and retail space. REVIEW CRITERIA 1.Changed or changing conditions in the subject area of the City: The subject property and properties to the north and west have a future land use designation of Suburban Residential. The Suburban Residential land use designation is primarily for single-family residential areas that consist of low to moderate density single-family lots. The development types of this designation tend to be highly consistent within a subdivision or neighborhood. The intent of the Suburban Residential land use is to provide a mix of compatible housing developments that accommodate features such as sidewalks and street trees that support neighborhoods. The properties to the southwest of the subject property are designated as Neighborhood Commercial. These properties were changed to Neighborhood Commercial with the 10-year Comprehensive Plan update in 2021 to permit commercial uses that are harmonious with the surrounding residential areas and allow the expansion of the adjacent Southwest Crossing Shopping Center, which is located to the south of the subject property and designated as General Commercial on the Future Land Use & Character Map. This request is to add one additional lot to the area previously designated as Neighborhood Commercial. In the past decade, the area to the south of the subject property has developed as a commercial shopping center. There has been recent commercial development further southeast at the intersection of Wellborn Road and Southwest Parkway. Page 24 of 52 2 2.Compatibility with the existing uses, development patterns, and character of the immediate area concerned, the general area, and the City as a whole: The applicant is requesting an amendment to the Future Land Use & Character Map to Neighborhood Commercial. The Neighborhood Commercial designation is generally for areas of commercial activities that cater primarily to nearyby residents. The intent of this area is to accommodate limited commercial services that are more appropriate in size and scale to adjacent residential properties that also provide buffering as required within the zoning districts appropriate within the Neighborhood Commercial land use category. The applicant held a neighborhood meeting on July 13, 2022. All property owners within 200 feet of the subject property were notified of the neighborhood meeting, but did not attend. In addition, there have been no expressed concerns regarding the extension of commercial uses onto this additional lot. The proposed development will provide a compatible commercial use adjacent to the surrounding existing single-family residential developments. The proposal is compatible with the character of the area. 3.Impact on environmentally sensitive and natural areas: There is no FEMA designated floodplain on the property. The applicant has stated that the subject property “will follow city codes and ordinances and will not have adverse impacts on the surrounding areas.” 4.Impacts on infrastructure including water, wastewater, drainage, and the transportation network: Water, wastewater, and fire flow service will be provided by College Station Utilities. Detention is required with future development and would be addressed with the site plan. Drainage and all other infrastructure required with site development shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the B/CS Unified Design Guidelines. The subject property fronts Southland Street. Southland Street is designated as a local street. The subject property will be developed with the adjacent properties designated as Neighborhood Commercial on the Comprehensive Plan. These lots are located at the intersection of Wellborn Road which is designated as a 6-Lane Major Arterial on the Thoroughfare Plan. The proposed development will have shared access with the adjacent Southwest Crossing development and should not cause additional traffic concerns. 5.Consistency with the goals and strategies set forth in the Comprehensive Plan: The intent of College Station’s Comprehensive Plan is to create distinctive places, vibrant districts, attractive neighborhoods, revitalized gateways and corridors, and conserved natural areas. The proposed amendment to Neighborhood Commercial, defined as areas of commercial activities that tend to be smaller in scale than general commercial developments and are located adjacent to major roads along the fringe of residential areas, is appropriate for this property as a transition between the neighboring commercial properties and the surrounding single-family homes. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use & Character Map amendment. SUPPORTING MATERIALS 1. Vicinity Map, Aerial, and Small Area Map 2. Comprehensive Plan Exhibit Page 25 of 52 3 3. Background Information 4. Applicant’s Supporting Information 5. Comprehensive Plan Amendment Map Page 26 of 52 Page 27 of 52 Page 28 of 52 Page 29 of 52 Page 30 of 52 BACKGROUND INFORMATION NOTIFICATIONS Advertised Commission Hearing Date: August 18, 2022 Advertised Council Hearing Date: September 8, 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: None Contacts in support: None at the time of this report Contacts in opposition: None at the time of this report Inquiry contacts: None at the time of this report ADJACENT LAND USES Direction Comprehensive Plan Zoning Land Use North Suburban Residential GS General Suburban Single-Family Residential South General Commercial GC General Commercial Commercial East Urban Residential PDD Planned Development District Commercial West Neighborhood Commercial GS General Suburban Residential DEVELOPMENT HISTORY Annexation: April 1948 Zoning:R-1 Single Family Residential (1976) Renamed to GS General Suburban (2013) Final Plat: Southland Addition Site development:Residential Page 31 of 52 Name of Project:SW CROSSING Address:106 SOUTHLAND ST Legal Description:SOUTHLAND, BLOCK 2, LOT 7 Total Acreage:0.158 Applicant:: Property Owner:MANUEL VICKI SEARCY RME CONSULTING ENGINEERS What element of the Comprehensive Plan and at what location is requested to be amended? Land Use & Character designation (SE corner of SW Parkway & Southland Street) What is the amendment requested? Neighborhood Commercial from Suburban Residential How will this change be compatible with the existing uses, development patterns, and character of the immediate area concerned, the general area, and the city as a whole? Allow for the redevelopment and relocation of an existing QSR. COMP PLAN APPLICATION SUPPORTING INFORMATION What is the reason for the amendment? Allow for the redevelopment and relocation of an existing QSR. Page 1 of 2 Page 32 of 52 Explain the impact on environmentally sensitive and natural areas and infrastructure, including water, wastewater, drainage and transportation network. Neighborhood Commercial uses are ideal at "hard" corners of major intersections. The project area is located at the intersection of the major arterial of Wellborn Road (FM 2154) and Southland Street. The historic use of this site has been residential but with Wellborn Road being a major thoroughfare, NC uses are far more compatible. Additionally, the proposed development is an extension of the Southwest Crossing commercial center and will provide a typical transitional use between the surrounding existing single-family residential developments. Explain how this change will be consistant with the goals and strategies set forth in the Comprehensive Plan. Neighborhood Commercial uses are ideal at "hard" corners of major intersections. The project area is located at the intersection of the major arterial of Wellborn Road (FM 2154) and Southland Street. The historic use of this site has been residential but with Wellborn Road being a major thoroughfare, NC uses are far more compatible. Additionally, the proposed development is an extension of the Southwest Crossing commercial center and will provide a typical transitional use between the surrounding existing single-family residential developments. List any other reasons to support this zone change. N/A List any other additional properties. N/A Page 2 of 2 Page 33 of 52 Page 34 of 52 August 18, 2022 Regular Agenda Rezoning – 1201 Wellborn Road To: Planning & Zoning Commission From: Robin Macias, 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 boundary from PDD Planned Development District and GS General Suburban to PDD Planned Development District for approximately 0.75 acres located at Southland Addition Block 2 Lot 6 & 7 and the remainder of Lots 1-5, generally located at the intersection of Southland Street and Wellborn Road. Case # REZ2022-000010 (Note: Final action of this item will be considered at the September 8, 2022 City Council Meeting – Subject to change). Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the rezoning request. Summary: This request is to rezone approximately 0.75 acres of land generally located at 1201 Wellborn Road from PDD Planned Development District and GS General Suburban to PDD Planned Development District. A portion of the property was originally zoned PDD Planned Development District in 2021. The applicant is requesting to add an additional 0.16 acre lot to the portion previously zoned PDD Planned Development District and revise the Concept Plan. The applicant is requesting modifications to the SC Suburban Commercial requirements for restaurants with a drive-thru that include being located a minimum of 150 feet from any single-family use or zoning and the requirement that drive-thru facilities (menu board, speaker box, pick-up window) cannot be located between the building and any single- family use or zoning. REZONING REVIEW CRITERIA 1. Whether the proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan: The subject tract is designated on the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use & Character Map as Neighborhood Commercial and Suburban Residential. This rezoning request is accompanied by a Comprehensive Plan Amendment application to change the land use designation from Suburban Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. If the Comprehensive Plan Amendment is approved, the rezoning request will align with the Comprehensive Plan. For the Neighborhood Commercial land use, the Comprehensive Plan provides the following: Areas of commercial activities that cater primarily to nearby residents. These areas tend to be smaller format than general commercial and located adjacent to major roads along the fringe of residential areas. The intent of the district is to: Accommodate limited commercial services compared to General Commercial. Provide pedestrian and bicycle connectivity to surrounding neighborhoods and nearby Page 35 of 52 public uses. The zoning districts that are generally appropriate within this land use include: suburban commercial and office. For the Suburban Residential land use, the Comprehensive Plan provides the following: Primarily single-family residential areas that consist of low to moderate density single-family lots. These areas may include some non-residential uses that are compatible with surrounding single-family areas. The zoning districts that are generally appropriate within the land use include: general suburban and restricted suburban. The proposed PDD zoning allows for commercial developments that are in line with the base zoning district of SC Suburban Commercial. This is in conformance with the Comprehensive Plan with exception of the lot still designated as Suburban Residential, which is the subject of an accompanying Comprehensive Plan Amendment request. 2. Whether the uses permitted by the proposed zoning district will be appropriate in the context of the surrounding area: The subject property is surrounded by single-family homes to the north and east, and a commercial development to the west. There are multi-family developments to the south across Wellborn Rd. The proposed zoning district is appropriate for the surrounding area as it would allow for the extension of the development to the west. 3. Whether the property to be rezoned is physically suitable for the proposed zoning district: The size and location of the subject property is suitable for a small-scale commercial development. The site has adequate space to meet the minimal dimensional standards as set forth in the Unified Development Ordinance. 4. Whether there is available water, wastewater, stormwater, and transportation facilities generally suitable and adequate for uses permitted by the proposed zoning district: The existing water and wastewater infrastructure is adequate to support the needs of this development. Drainage and any other infrastructure required with the site development shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the BCS Unified Design Guidelines. The subject property fronts Wellborn Road. The proposed development will share access with the adjacent commercial development. The proposed use is expected to generate less than 150 trips in any peak hour; therefore, a TIA was not required. 5. The marketability of the property: The uses allowed by the proposed zoning district is marketable for the area. The applicant states that the proposed zoning will provide an adequate area for redevelopment. The relocation of the Page 36 of 52 proposed facility will provide higher visibility to other buildings located within the Southwest Crossing commercial center. REVIEW OF CONCEPT PLAN The Concept Plan provides an illustration of the general layout of the proposed building areas as well as other site related features. The proposed Concept Plan expands the boundary to cover the additional property and changes the building layout from the original PDD Concept Plan. In proposing a PDD, an applicant may also request variations to the general platting and site development standards provided that those variations are outweighed by demonstrated community benefits of the proposed development. The Unified Development Ordinance provides the following review criteria as the basis for reviewing PDD Concept Plans: 1. The proposal will constitute an environment of sustained stability and will be in harmony with the character of the surrounding area; 2. The proposal is in conformity with the policies, goals, and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan, and any subsequently adopted Plans, and will be consistent with the intent and purpose of this Section; 3. The proposal is compatible with existing or permitted uses on abutting sites and will not adversely affect adjacent development; 4. Every dwelling unit need not front on a public street but shall have access to a public street directly or via a court, walkway, public area, or area owned by a homeowners association; 5. The development includes provision of adequate public improvements, including, but not limited to, parks, schools, and other public facilities; 6. The development will not be detrimental to the public health, safety, welfare, or materially injurious to properties or improvements in the vicinity; and 7. The development will not adversely affect the safety and convenience of vehicular, bicycle, or pedestrian circulation in the vicinity, including traffic reasonably expected to be generated by the proposed use and other uses reasonably anticipated in the area considering existing zoning and land uses in the area. Purpose and Intent: The proposed PDD for this property outlines the purpose, intent, and community benefit of the proposed development, which is to provide an adequate area for redevelopment, ancillary uses, additional visual exposure to the existing retail and an over-sized buffer area with the adjacent residential area. The applicant has proposed a retail center with a drive-thru component. Base Zoning and Meritorious Modifications: The proposed PDD will have a base zoning of SC Suburban Commercial. At the time of site plan, the project will need to meet all applicable site development standards and platting requirements of the Unified Development Ordinance for the base zoning district, except where meritorious modifications are granted with the PDD zoning. The applicant is requesting the following modifications to the notes on the existing Concept Plan: Page 37 of 52 Unified Development Ordinance Section 6.4.E Specific Use Standards – Drive-in/Thru Windows: 2. In SC Suburban Commercial, drive-in/thru windows and message boards may not be located on the side of the building adjacent to single-family land use and zoning. 3. In SC Suburban Commercial, restaurants with a drive-in/thru window must be located a minimum of 150 feet from any single-family use or zoning district. Additionally, associated drive-in and drive- thru facilities (speaker box, message board, and pick-up window) may not be located between the restaurant and any single-family use or zoning district; except when the single-family use or zoning district is located across a public street. Meritorious Modifications: Drive Thru windows and message boards may be located on the side of the building adjacent to single family land use and zoning. Distance from pick-up window to the single-family property line: 126 feet to the north and 82 feet to the west Distance from back-of -curb of by-pass lane to single-family property line: 38 feet Distance from menu board to single-family property line: 74 feet Community Benefits: The applicant is proposing the following community benefits: 1. A 30-foot wide buffer area with landscaping and solid screening wall along the common property line of residential uses. 2. A shared parking and private access easement provided with neighboring Southwest Crossing commercial center. 3. Five queuing spaces for the pick-up window, which is an additional space, and five queuing spaces for the order window. 4. Additional buffering along with streetscaping requirements along Southland Street to line up with Block 1 Lots 6-8. The additional buffering will be a minimum of 1 five-gallon shrub at a minimum of three feet per 3 linear feet of buffer area. 5. Construct a public sidewalk on the property along Southland Street as identified on the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Greenways Master Plan. STAFF RECOMMENDATION If the Comprehensive Plan amendment is approved, Staff recommends approval of this rezoning request as it is in line with the Comprehensive Plan and compatible with the surrounding area. SUPPORTING MATERIALS 1. Vicinity, Aerial, and Small Area Map 2. Rezoning Exhibit 3. Background Information 4. Applicant’s Supporting Information 5. Rezoning Map 6. Existing Future Land Use Map 7. Original Concept Plan 8. Proposed Concept Plan 9. Meritorious Modifications – Exhibit “B” Page 38 of 52 Page 39 of 52 Page 40 of 52 Page 41 of 52 Page 42 of 52 BACKGROUND INFORMATION NOTIFICATIONS Advertised Commission Hearing Date: August 18, 2022 Advertised Council Hearing Date: September 8, 2022 Property owner notices mailed: 16 Contacts in support: None at the time of this report Contacts in opposition:None at the time of this report Inquiry contacts:None at the time of this report ADJACENT LAND USES Direction Comprehensive Plan Zoning Land Use North Suburban Residential GS General Suburban Residential South General Commercial GC General Commercial Commercial East Urban Residential PDD Planned Development District Commercial West Neighborhood Commercial GS General Suburban Residential DEVELOPMENT HISTORY Incorporated: April 1948 Zoning: C-3 Light Commercial (1975) R-1 Residential (1976) PDD Planned Development District (2021) Final Plat:Southland Addition Site Development:Undeveloped and Residential Page 43 of 52 Name of Project:SW CROSSING Address:1201 WELLBORN RD Legal Description:SOUTHLAND, BLOCK 2, LOT 1-5, ACRES .438 Total Acreage:0.754 Applicant:: Property Owner:SOUTHLAND WELLBORN LLC RME CONSULTING ENGINEERS List the changed or changing conditions in the area or in the City which make this zone change necessary. The majority of the proposed project area is currently zoned PDD with one additional lot being GS (General Suburban). The project is located at a ³hard´corner of the major arterial of Wellborn Road (FM 2154) and Southland Street. Base zoning will be restricted to Neighborhood Commercial (NC) uses and the PDD zoning will be accompanied with a Concept Plan that provides for the relocation/reconstruction of a restaurant with a drive-through component. The building will also have an additional retail component. The zoning change will provide an adequate area for this redevelopment, ancillary uses, additional visual exposure to the existing retail building ³C´and over-sized buffer area (with landscaping and solid screening wall) with the adjacent residential uses. The revised PD Concept Plan will also provide greater distances to the drive-through order board and pick-up window as measured from the nearest residential lot line (as compared to the current PD Concept Plan) Indicate whether or not this zone change is in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan. If it is not, explain why the Plan is incorrect. A Comprehensive Plan Amendment is being requested with this zoning change. 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 comprehensive development is located along the ³hard´corners of Wellborn Road (FM 2154) and the intersections of Southwest Parkway (minor arterial). These "light" commercial uses (i.e. Southwest Crossing retail, office & restaurant spaces plus the relocation/replacement of the stand-only restaurant with a new drive- thru restaurant with additional retail space) will provide reasonable transitional uses to the single-family use further east along Southland Street and the multi-family development to the east of the shopping center. REZONING APPLICATION SUPPORTING INFORMATION Page 1 of 2 Page 44 of 52 Explain the suitability of the property for uses permitted by the rezoning district requested. The proposed development is a compatible fit and provides for a transitional use between the surrounding existing single-family residential developments. Explain the suitability of the property for uses permitted by the current zoning district. The proposed development is a compatible fit and provides for a transitional use between the surrounding existing single-family residential developments. Explain the marketability of the property for uses permitted by the current zoning district. The zoning change will provide an adequate area for this redevelopment, ancillary uses, and over-sized buffer area (with landscaping and solid screening wall) with the adjacent residential uses. The relocation/replacement of the proposed facility will also provide higher visibility to Building ³C´located with the Southwest Crossing commercial center and to a degree ³square-off´the commercial used area. List any other reasons to support this zone change. N/A Page 2 of 2 Page 45 of 52 Page 46 of 52 Page 47 of 52 Exhibit B Modification Requested: The applicant is requesting modifications to the standards SC Suburban Commercial requirements for restaurants with a drive-thru that include being located a minimum of 150 feet from any single-family use or zoning and the requirement that drive-thru facilities (menu board, speaker box, pick-up window) cannot be located between the building and any single-family use or zoning. The applicant is proposing the following: 1. Distance from pick-up window to the single-family property line: 126 feet to the north and 82 feet to the west 2. Distance from back-of -curb of by-pass lane to single-family property line: 38 feet 3. Distance from menu board to single-family property line: 74 feet Community Benefits: The applicant offers the following as community benefits: 1. A 30-foot-wide buffer with landscaping and solid screening wall along the common property line of residential uses. 2. A shared parking and private access easement(s) provided with neighboring Southwest Crossing commercial center. 3. Five queuing spaces for the pick-up window, which is an additional space, and five queuing spaces for the order window. 4. Additional buffering along with streetscaping requirements along Southland Street to line up with Block 1 Lots 6-8. The additional buffering will be a minimum of 1 five-gallon shrub at a minimum of three feet per 3 linear feet of buffer area. 5.Construct a public sidewalk along Southland Street as identified on the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Greenways Master Plan. Page 50 of 52 August 18, 2022 Item No. 6.3. Economic Development Updates Sponsor: Michael Ostrowski, Director of Planning and Development, Brian Piscacek, Economic Development Manager Reviewed By CBC: N/A Agenda Caption:Presentation and discussion on economic development initiatives in College Station. Relationship to Strategic Goals:  Financial Sustainability  Core Services & Infrastructure  Neighborhood Integrity  Diverse & Growing Economy Recommendation(s): No action is needed. Summary: City Economic Development staff will give a presentation on economic development initiatives for the City of College Station. The Planning & Zoning Commission plays a key role in economic development matters through the use of various land use tools and other planning efforts. Budget & Financial Summary: N/A Attachments: 1. Cover Sheet Page 51 of 52