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Misc.Existiniz Proposed R -1 Single- Family Residential: PURPOSE: This district includes lands planned for single - family residential purposes and accessory uses. This district is designed to accommodate sufficient, suitable residential neighborhoods, protected and/or buffered from incompatible uses, and provided with necessary and adequate facilities and services. USES: • Single - Family Detached • Educational Facility, Primary & Secondary • *Governmental Facilities • Parks • *Places of Worship • Country Club • *Utility • Wireless Telecommunication Facilities — Unregulated Proposed P -MUD, Planned Mixed -Use District PURPOSE: The purpose of this district is to permit areas which encourage mixing of land uses such as retail/commercial, office, parks, multi- family, and attached single - family. These uses are developed together in a manner that allows interaction between the uses and that allows each use to support the other uses. Within any P -MUD, residential and non- residential land uses shall each constitute at least 20 percent of the overall land uses within the mixed -use development. The remaining 60 percent may be any combination of residential or non - residential land uses. The residential uses provide the patrons for the office and commercial uses. The success of these mixed -use areas is directly related to the sensitive master planning of the site layout. The P -MUD is appropriate in areas where the land use plan reflects mixed use as a land use category. A P -MUD may be used to permit new or innovative concepts in land utilization not permitted by other zoning districts. While greater flexibility is given to allow special conditions or restrictions that would not otherwise allow the development to occur, procedures are established to insure against misuse of increased flexibility. The Planned Mixed -Use District (P- MUD) is intended to provide such flexibility and performance criteria which produce: - A maximum choice in the type of environment for working and living available to the public; - Open space and recreation areas; - A pattern of development which preserves trees, outstanding natural topography and geologic features, and prevents soil erosion; - A creative approach to the use of land and related physical development; - An efficient use of land resulting in smaller networks of utilities and streets, thereby lowering development costs; - An environment of stable character in harmony with surrounding development; and - A more desirable environment than would be possible through strict application of other sections or districts in this UDO. USES Boarding & Rooming House Extended Care Facility/Convalescent/Nursing Home Dormitory Duplex Multi - Family Single - Family detached Townhouse Educational Facility, Indoor Instruction Educational Facility, Outdoor Instruction Educational Facility, Primary & Secondary Educational Facility, Tutoring Educational Facility, Vocational/Trade Governmental Facilities Parks Places of Worship Animal Care Facility, Indoor Art Studio /Gallery Commercial Amusements Conference /Convention Center Country Club *Dry Cleaners & Laundry Fraternal Lodge *Fuel Sales Golf Course or Driving Range Health Club /Sports Facility, Indoor Health Club /Sports Facility, Outdoor Hotels (C)Night Club, Bar or Tavern Offices Parking as a Primary Use Personal Service Shop Printing/Copy Shop Radio/TV station/studios Restaurants Retail Sales and Service Shooting Range, Indoor Theater *Utility *Wireless Telecommunication Facilities — Intermediate Wireless Telecommunication Facilities — Unregulated 04 -161 September 9, 2004 September 9, 2004 Regular Agenda Item #14.1 Cotten Rezoning (04 -161) To: From: Tom Brymer, City Manager Joseph Dunn, Director of Development Services Page 1 of 1 Agenda Caption: Public hearing, discussion, and possible action on an ordinance to rezone 12.49 acres, generally located near the southeast intersection of Harvey Mitchell Parkway and the future Dartmouth Street extension, from R -1 Single Family Residential to P -MUD Planned Mixed Use Development with the OV Overlay District. Recommendation (s): At their August 19, 2004 meeting, the Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the P -MUD request and recommended that the City Council also apply the OV Overlay to the property. Staff recommends approval of the P -MUD zoning with the addition of the Overlay as well. Summary: The Land Use Plan designates this property as Planned Development and Flood plains /Streams. Planned Development is shown on the plan where larger areas of land may develop with a mix, or collection, of uses. Approximately 4.5 acres at the south end of the proposed rezoning area lies within the 100 -year floodplain. Both the Planning staff and the Greenways Manager support approval of the P -MUD zoning on the entire property, but will recommend that the 100 -year floodplain be reserved as designated greenway on the Concept Plan. The Concept Plan must be approved by the Design Review Board prior to development of this property. The Parks & Recreation Board, the Greenways Program Manager, and Development Services staff will review the Concept Plan and make a recommendation to the Design Review Board. The 6.99 acre tract lying just north of the subject property was rezoned to C -1 General Commercial and OV Overlay on July 22, 2004 for the development of the Kenny Cotten Restaurant. At that time, the City Council approved the application of the OV Overlay zone because of its proximity to the proposed City Center project. Staff is again recommending the application of the OV Overlay on the subject property. It should be pointed out that with approval of the OV Overlay District, the Council must make a determination that the subject property is located along a gateway or major corridor in the City. Budget & Financial Summary: N/A HU l,lxs cw n - U ux �urrrut� t,w Attachments: 1. Small Area Map 2. City Center Aerial 3. Land Use Plan 4. 1 Augus 2004_Planning& Zoning Com m_eeting_ min 5. Ordinance 6. Zoning Summary 7. Item Background http : //citynetlCouncil %20Agendas/ 2004 /9 -9- 2004 / Planning %20Development /Kenny %20C... 9/8/2004 Item Background: Portions of the subject property were annexed in 1967, 1969, and 1971, and were zoned R-1 as an interim designation that was assigned upon annexation. The property has never been platted. In 1992, the 2818 Extension Study was adopted in anticipation of the extension of FM 2818 from Texas Avenue to the East Bypass. This study recommended a mixture of uses in the proposed rezoning area, primarily residential with office, institutional, and a small amount of retail. The subject property was requested to be rezoned to C -1 as a part of a larger rezoning in 1993. Because of public opposition to the proposed location of a big -box retailer, and because of the support for the 2818 Extension Study, the applicant eventually withdrew the rezoning. The Land Use Plan was updated to reflect "Mixed Use" in the subject area in 1997 with the adoption of the Comprehensive Plan. A request for rezoning to C -1 of just under 35 acres (that included this property) in 2002 was recommended for denial by the Commission because of opposition from area residents, inappropriate siting of a big -box retailer, and non - compliance with the mixed -use land use designation on the property. The applicant withdrew his application prior to the City Council meeting to explore his alternatives. In 2003 the Land Use Plan was updated with the Mixed Use Study to show this area as Planned Development. Existing Proposed R -1 Single - Family Residential: PURPOSE: This district includes lands planned for single - family residential purposes and accessory uses. This district is designed to accommodate sufficient, suitable residential neighborhoods, protected aid /or buffered from incompatible uses, and provided with necessary and adequate facilities and services. USES: • Single- Family Detached • Educational Facility, Primary & Secondary • *Governmental Facilities • Parks • *Places of Worship • Country Club • *Utility • Wireless Telecommunication Facilities — Unregulated Proposed P -MUD. Planned Mixed -Use District PURPOSE: The purpose of this district is to permit areas which encourage mixing of land uses such as retail /commercial, office, parks, multi - family, and attached single - family. These uses are developed together in a manner that allows interaction between the uses and that allows each use to support the other uses. Within any P -MUD, residential and non- residential land uses shall each constitute at least 20 percent of the overall land uses within the mixed -use development. The remaining 60 percent may be any combination of residential or non - residential land uses. The residential uses provide the patrons for the office and commercial uses. The success of these mixed -use areas is directly related to the sensitive master planning of the site layout. The P -MUD is appropriate in areas where the land use plan reflects mixed use as a land use category. A P -MUD may be used to permit new or innovative concepts in land utilization not permitted by other zoning districts. While greater flexibility is given to allow special conditions or restrictions that would not otherwise allow the development to occur, procedures are established to insure against misuse of increased flexibility. The Planned Mixed -Use District (P- MUD) is intended to provide such flexibility and performance criteria which produce: - A maximum choice in the type of environment for working and living available to the public; - Open space and recreation areas; - A pattern of development which preserves trees, outstanding natural topography and geologic features, and prevents soil erosion; - A creative approach to the use of land and related physical development; - An efficient use of land resulting in smaller networks of utilities and streets, thereby lowering development costs; - An environment of stable character in harmony with surrounding development; and - A more desirable environment than would be possible through strict application of other sections or districts in this UDO. USES Boarding & Rooming House Extended Care Facility /Convalescent/Nursing Home Dormitory Duplex Multi - Family Single - Family detached Townhouse Educational Facility, Indoor Instruction Educational Facility, Outdoor Instruction Educational Facility, Primary & Secondary Educational Facility, Tutoring Educational Facility, Vocational /Trade Governmental Facilities Parks Places of Worship Animal Care Facility, Indoor Art Studio /Gallery Commercial Amusements Conference /Convention Center Country Club *Dry Cleaners & Laundry Fraternal Lodge *Fuel Sales Golf Course or Driving Range Health Club /Sports Facility, Indoor Health Club /Sports Facility, Outdoor Hotels (C)Night Club, Bar or Tavern Offices Parking as a Primary Use Personal Service Shop Printing /Copy Shop Radio /TV station /studios Restaurants Retail Sales and Service Shooting Range, Indoor Theater *Utility *Wireless Telecommunication Facilities — Intermediate Wireless Telecommunication Facilities — Unregulated 04 -161