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File #: CPC PUZ 18-00089    Version: Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Mayor's Office
File created: 1/30/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/24/2020 Final action: 3/24/2020
Title: Ordinance No. 20-18 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs pertaining to 42.9-acres located on Pikes Peak Avenue, east of Academy Boulevard, from PIP-2, M-1 and R1-6 DF to PUD (35 feet maximum height, 3.5-7.99 dwelling units per acre, single-family attached and detached units). (Quasi-judicial) Related Files: CPC MP 85-217-A7MJ18, CPC PUZ 18-00089, CPC PUD 18-00091 Presenter: Lonna Thelen, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Development Peter Wysocki, Director, Planning and Community Development
Attachments: 1. ZC_ORD_PikesPeakHeights, 2. Exhibit A - legal description, 3. Exhibit B - zoning depiction, 4. Aerial Vicinity Map, 5. Signed Ordinance 20-18.pdf
Related files: CPC MP 85-217-A7MJ18, CPC PUD 18-00091, CPC DP 19-00085


Title
Ordinance No. 20-18 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs pertaining to 42.9-acres located on Pikes Peak Avenue, east of Academy Boulevard, from PIP-2, M-1 and R1-6 DF to PUD (35 feet maximum height, 3.5-7.99 dwelling units per acre, single-family attached and detached units).

(Quasi-judicial)

Related Files: CPC MP 85-217-A7MJ18, CPC PUZ 18-00089, CPC PUD 18-00091

Presenter:
Lonna Thelen, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Development
Peter Wysocki, Director, Planning and Community Development

Body
Summary:
Applicant: NES Inc
Owner: Debarbet LLC and First Presbyterian Church of Raton
Location: At the end of Pikes Peak Avenue east of Academy Boulevard

This project includes concurrent applications for a major master plan amendment, zone change, and a development plan for 42.9-acres of the Pikes Peak Heights residential development located at the end of Pikes Peak Avenue, east of Academy Boulevard.

The major master plan amendment changes the designated land use from Research and Development to Residential with a density of 3.5-7.99 dwelling units per acre. The zone change rezones 42.9-acres of the property from R1-6/DF/AO (Single-family residential with design flexibility and airport overlay), M-1/AO/APZ1 (Light industrial with airport overlay and accident potential zone 1) and PIP-2/AO/APZ1 (Planned Industrial Park 2 with airport overlay and accident potential zone 1) to PUD/AO/APZ1 (Planned Unit Development: 35 feet maximum height, 3.5-7.99 dwelling units per acre, single-family attached and detached units with airport overlay and accident potential zone 1). The development plan illustrates 74 attached single-family residential units and 120 detached single-family units.

A certificate of designation to allow a long-term landfill for nonhazardous material was approved at City Planning Commission for this project. Colorado Revised Statues 30-20-104.3 states that the Certificate of Designation shall be present...

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