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ApplicationCITY OF COII.EGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University* FOR OFFICE USE ONLY CASE NO.: r� nn 4 DATE SUBMITTED: Q . V C TIME: ; 3C STAFF: PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: ❑x $932 Preliminary Plan Application Fee. ❑ $233 Waiver Request to Subdivision Regulations Fee (if applicable). ❑x Application completed in full. This application form provided by the City of College Station must be used and may not be adjusted or altered. Please attach pages if additional information is provided. n Six (6) folded copies of plan. A revised mylar original must be submitted after approval. ❑X Title report for property current within ninety (90) days or accompanied by a Nothing Further Certificate current within ninety (90) days. The report must include applicable information such as ownership, liens, encumbrances, etc. ❑ Impact study (if oversized participation is requested). The attached Preliminary Plan checklist with all items checked off or a brief explanation as to why they are not. Date of Optional Preapplication Conference N/A NAME OF PROJECT RV Station - Phase 1 ADDRESS 4520 State Highway 6 South cor-ririMn i nrATinni n� PRnPr1CFn CI IRnI\/ISInN- 1520 State Highway 6 South APPLICANT/PROJECT MANAGER'S INFORMATION (Primary contact for the project): Name Travis Martinek E-mail travis@clarkewyndham.com Street Address 3608 East 29th Street, Suite 100 City Bryan Phone Number (979) 846-4384 State Texas Zip Code 77802 Fax Number (979) 846-1461 PROPERTY OWNER'S INFORMATION (ALL owners must be identified. Please attach an additional sheet for multiple owners): Name RV Station, Ltd. Street Address 2815 North Earl Rudder Freeway City Bryan Phone Number (979) 492-9250 ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER'S INFORMATION: Name Homeyer Engineering, Inc. Street Address 206 Elm Street, Suite 105 City Lewisville Phone Number (972) 906-9985 E-mail chris@rvstationonline.com State Texas Fax Number Zip Code 77803 E-mail shomeyer@hei.us.com State Texas Zip Code 75057 Fax Number (214) 755-4694 Revised 4/14 Page 1 of 6 Total Acreage 11.56 Total No. of Lots 4 R -O -W Acreage 0.00 Number of Lots By Zoning District Average Acreage Of Each Residential Lot By Zoning District: Floodplain Acreage 0.00 NOTE: Appropriate zoning for the proposed subdivision must be in place before this application can be considered complete. Are you proposing to dedicate park land by acreage or fee in lieu of land? Are you proposing to r develop the park (— dedicate the development fee? (Check one) This information is necessary to help staff identify the appropriate standards to review the application and will be used to help determine if the application qualifies for vesting to a previous ordinance. Notwithstanding any assertion made, vesting is limited to that which is provided in Chapter 245 of the Texas Local Government Code or other applicable law. Is this application a continuation of a project that has received prior City platting approval(s) and you are requesting the application be reviewed under previous ordinance as applicable? F- Yes rX No If yes, provide information regarding the first approved application and any related subsequent applications (provide additional sheets if necessary): Project Name: City Project Number (in known): I Date / Timeframe when submitted: Requested wavier to subdivision regulations and reason for same (if applicable): Revised 4/14 Page 2 of 6 Regarding the waiver request, explain how: 1. There are special circumstances or conditions affecting the land involved such that strict application of the subdivision regulations will deprive the applicant of the reasonable use of his land. 2. The waiver is necessary for the preservation and enjoyment of a substantial property right of the applicant. 3. The granting of the waiver 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 subdivision regulations. 4. The granting of the waiver will not have the effect of preventing the orderly subdivision of other land in the area in accordance with the provisions of the Unified Development Ordinance. Fee in lieu of sidewalk construction is being requested because of the following condition (if applicable): 1. (— An alternative pedestrian way or multi -use path has been or will be provided outside the right-of-way; 2. r The presence of unique or unusual topographic, vegetative, or other natural conditions exist so that strict adherence to the sidewalk requirements of the UDO is not physically feasible or is not in keeping with the purposes and goals of the UDO or the City's comprehensive Plan; 3. F A capital improvement project is imminent that will include construction of the required sidewalk. Imminent shall mean the project is funded or projected to commence within twelve (12) months; 4. r Existing streets constructed to rural section that are not identified on the Thoroughfare Plan with an estate / rural context; 5. F- When a sidewalk is required along a street where a multi -use path is shown on the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Greenways Master Plan; Revised 4/14 Page 3 of 6 6. r The proposed development is within an older residential subdivision meeting the criteria in Platting and Replatting within Older Residential Subdivisions Section of the UDO; or 7. F_ The proposed development contains frontage on a Freeway / Expressway as designated by Map 6.6, Thoroughfare Plan - Functional Classification, in the City's Comprehensive Plan. Detailed explanation of condition identified above: N/A NOTE: A waiver to the sidewalk requirements and fee in lieu of sidewalk construction shall not be considered at the same time by the Planning & Zoning Commission. The applicant has prepared this application and certifies that the facts stated herein and exhibits attached hereto are true, correct, and complete. IF THIS APPLICATION IS FILED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN THE OWNER OF THE PROPERTY, this application must be accompanied by a power of attorney statement from the owner. If there is more than one owner, all owners must sign the application or the power of attorney. If the owner is a company, the application must be accompanied by proof of authority for the company's representative to sign the application on its behalf. LIEN HOLDERS identified in the title report are also considered owners and the appropriate signatures must be provided as described above. Signature and title fAR.rNEA S //y Date Revised 4/14 Page 4 of 6 PRELIMINARY PLAN MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (ALL CITY ORDINANCES MUST BE MET) INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: ❑- Drawn on 24" x 36" sheet to scale of 100' per inch or larger. Include the words "PRELIMINARY PLAN - NOT FOR RECORD" in letters 1/2" high. If more than 1 sheet, an index sheet showing entire subdivision at a scale of 500 feet per inch or larger. 0 Vicinity map which includes enough of surrounding area to show general location of subject property in relationship to College Station and its City Limits. No scale required but include north arrow. ❑X Title Block with the following information: ❑X Name and address of subdivider, recorded owner, engineer and surveyor. FXJ Proposed name of subdivision (subdivision name & street names will be approved through Brazos County 911). ❑X Date of preparation (including the date the plat was submitted and the dates of any revisions on the plat). 0 Engineer's scale in feet. Total area intended to be developed. ❑X North Arrow. FX Location of current city limit lines and current zoning district boundary. The appropriate zoning district(s) must be in place for the proposed land uses before the application for a subdivision. ❑X Subdivision boundary indicated by heavy lines. Boundary must include all of parent tract. 0 Descriptions by metes and bounds of the subdivision which shall close within accepted land survey standards. (Labeled on boundary lines, not separate metes and bounds description.) Primary control points or descriptions and ties to such control point, to which , later, all dimensions, angles, bearings, block numbers, and similar data shall be referred. The plat shall be located with respect to a corner of the survey or tract, or an original corner of the original survey of which it is a part. Name of contiguous subdivisions and names of owners of contiguous parcels of unsubdivided land, and an indication whether or not contiguous properties are platted. 0 Location of the 100 Year Floodplain and Floodway, if applicable, according to the most recent available data. ❑X Topographic information, including contours at two foot (2 ft.) intervals, wooded areas, and flowline elevation of streams. Proposed land uses (in compliance with existing zoning district). 0 The location and description with accurate dimensions, bearings or deflection angles and radii, area, center angle, degree of curvature, tangent distance and length of all curves for all of the following: (Show existing items that are intersecting or contiguous with the boundary of or forming a boundary with the subdivision, as well as, those within the subdivision). Revised 4/14 Page 5 of 6 Existing Proposed ❑X ❑X Streets. Continuous or end in a cul-de-sac, stubbed out streets must end into a temp. turn around unless they are shorter than 100 feet. ❑X ❑X Public and private R.O.W. locations and widths. (All existing and proposed R.O.W.'s sufficient to meet Thoroughfare Plan.) ❑X ❑X Street offsets and/or intersection angles meet ordinance. ❑X ❑X Alleys. ❑X FX Well site locations. ❑X ❑X Pipelines. If carrying flammable gas or fuel, also show size of line, design pressure and product transported through the line. nX nX Utility services (water & sanitary sewer). All existing and proposed utilities of sufficient size/depth to meet the utility master plan and any future growth areas. ❑X ❑X Easements. ❑X n Drainage structures and improvements including underground storm sewer and all overland systems (flow line of existing watercourses) and showing where these will discharge. Proposed channel cross sections, if any. ❑X ❑X A number or letter to identify each lot or site and each block (numbered sequentially). ❑X ❑X Parkland dedication/greenbelt area/park linkages. All proposed dedications must be reviewed by the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and documentation of their recommendation provided prior to being scheduled for P&Z Commission consideration. ❑X Greenways dedication. ❑X ❑X Public areas. 0 Other public improvements, including but not limited to parks, schools and other public facilities. ❑X Proposed phasing. Each phase must be able to stand alone to meet ordinance requirements and infrastructure costs shown to be distributed evenly throughout the subdivision. Phases must be final platted in sequential order as shown or defined on the preliminary plan. 0 Are there impact fees associated with this development? F-1 Yes ❑X No Revised 4/14 1 Print Form Page 6 of 6