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File #: CPC PUZ 19-00053    Version: Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Mayor's Office
File created: 8/29/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/26/2019 Final action: 12/5/2019
Title: Ordinance No. 19-91 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs pertaining to 19.26 acres from PIP-1/AO/SS (Planning Industrial Park/Airport Overlay/Streamside Overlay Zone) to PUD/AO/SS (Planned Unit Development/Airport Overlay/Streamside Overlay; single-family residential, 4.67 DU/AC, 30-foot maximum building height) zone district located at the southeastern corner of Galley Road and Babcock Road. (Quasi-Judicial) Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director Planning and Community Development Morgan Hester, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Development
Attachments: 1. ZC_ORD_RidgeatSandCreek, 2. Exhibit A - Legal Description, 3. Exhibit B - Zone Change, 4. Vicinity Map, 5. Signed Ordinance 19-91.pdf
Related files: CPC PUD 19-00054


Title
Ordinance No. 19-91 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs pertaining to 19.26 acres from PIP-1/AO/SS (Planning Industrial Park/Airport Overlay/Streamside Overlay Zone) to PUD/AO/SS (Planned Unit Development/Airport Overlay/Streamside Overlay; single-family residential, 4.67 DU/AC, 30-foot maximum building height) zone district located at the southeastern corner of Galley Road and Babcock Road.

(Quasi-Judicial)

Presenter:
Peter Wysocki, Director Planning and Community Development
Morgan Hester, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Development

Body
Summary:
Owner: Love in Action
Representative: Thomas & Thomas
Location: Southeast corner of Galley Road and Babcock Road

This project includes concurrent applications for a zone change from PIP-1/AO/SS (Planned Industrial Park/Airport Overlay/Streamside Overlay Zone) to PUD/AO/SS (Planned Unit Development; single-family detached residential, 4.67 dwelling units per acre, 30-foot maximum building height with Airport Overlay and Streamside Overlay) zone district and the associated Ridge at Sand Creek Development Plan for the 19.26-acre site. The proposed project will establish 90 new residential lots along with new public streets, landscape, drainage, approximately 5 acres of open space, and improvements to Sand Creek. The proposed PUD Development Plan illustrates the development for the proposed single-family residential project.

Previous Council Action:
The City recently approved a change of zone for the Patriot Park development, east of Sand Creek. The Patriot Park development, approved in 2004, was planned for office/commercial development; however, beyond the existing development within the park, the site has sat vacant. In 2017, City Council approved a zone change from the office/commercial PUD zoning to allow for a single-family and multi-family residential PUD with a 6-3 vote.

On November 12, 2019, this ordinance was passed on first reading with a vote of 9:0.
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