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File #: CPC ZC 16-00016    Version: Name:
Type: Planning Case Status: Mayor's Office
File created: 5/2/2016 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/22/2016 Final action: 11/22/2016
Title: Ordinance No. 16-114 establishing the PUD (Planned Unit Development) pertaining to 9.998 acres located at the northeast of the corner of New Life Drive and Jet Stream Drive
Attachments: 1. Reserve at Northcreek Zoning Establishment REVISED FORMAT, 2. Exhibit A for ZC - Zone Establishment Legal Description, 3. Ordinance 16-114
Related files: CPC CP 16-00017, CPC A 15-00099, CPC A 15-00099R, 16-537


Title
Ordinance No. 16-114 establishing the PUD (Planned Unit Development) pertaining to 9.998 acres located at the northeast of the corner of New Life Drive and Jet Stream Drive

(Legislative)

Related Files: CPC A 15-00099R, CPC A 15-00099, CPC CP 16-00017

Presenter:
Mike Schultz, Principal Planner, Land Use Review
Peter Wysocki, Planning and Development Director, Planning and Development Department

Body
Summary:
Applicant: Land Patterns / Challenger Homes
Owner: Reserve at North Creek LLC
Location: Lying on the north side of New Life Drive approximately 660 feet east from the intersection of New Life Drive and Jet Stream Drive.

This project includes an annexation request, establishment of zone district and a concept plan involving the subject property. The concept plan, consisting of 9.998 acres, proposes the development of attached single-family homes comprising of a gross maximum density of 8 dwelling units per acre and a maximum building height of 35 feet. The proposal is for a new public street to be constructed between the subject property and the Flying Horse development; access for both developments will be taken off the new street.

Previous Council Action:
On November 8, 2016, a motion was made by Councilmember Murray, seconded by Councilmember Strand, that the ordinance to approve the establishment of zone district to PUD (Planned Unit Development) pertaining to 9.998 acres associated with the Reserve at Northcreek annexation be approved on first reading. The motion passed by a vote of 9-0-0.

On October 25, 2016, City Council heard the request to approve the annexation of the Reserve at Northcreek, establishment of PUD zone district and the Reserve at Northcreek PUD concept plan. Staff indicated during the public hearing that an amendment to the annexation agreement is required regarding cost recovery for the construction of North Gate Boulevard.

City Council voted unanimously 8-0 (absent: Councilor Murray) in favor of t...

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