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Project Name
824 Acres Curtis Road (AKA Saddlehorn, 629 CO Springs), Residential Rezone
Description
Rezone from A-35 to RR-5
Location
Parcels
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Applicant
ROI Properties
Brady Williams ( brady@whitmirecapitaladvisors.com )
(360) 989-5395
Brady Williams ( brady@whitmirecapitaladvisors.com )
(360) 989-5395
EA Number
EA18215
File Number
P188
Project Manager
Nina Ruiz
Status
Closed
Created
7/17/2018 3:44:26 PM

View: Project Documents



Review Comments (19)

Link Agency Comment
PCD Engineering Division
3/4/2019 1:08:40 PM
The Traffic Impact study was "Accepted for the File" on 3/4/2019.
The Deviation Request is being reviewed by the ECM Administrator-3/4/2019.
3/4/2019 1:08:40 PM
View Meadow Lake Airport Association
2/26/2019 10:02:17 PM
2/26/2019 10:02:17 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
2/20/2019 9:17:52 AM
See comment on TIS One comment on the Roadway improvements table (15 of 130). 2/20/2019 9:17:52 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
2/19/2019 10:46:51 AM
See comment letter 2/19/2019 10:46:51 AM
PCD Project Manager
2/13/2019 7:18:35 AM
Documents still show Ag-35 and not A-35. Please revise.

Additional redlines and comments may be provided after PCD Engineering division review.

If there are no outstanding comment the item may be scheduled for the 03/19 hearing date. If this date will not work please email Nina.
2/13/2019 7:18:35 AM
Central CO Conservation District
1/23/2019 11:57:40 AM
The Central Colorado Conservation District board of supervisors have no comments at this time. 1/23/2019 11:57:40 AM
View EPC Parks Department
1/14/2019 3:08:32 PM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Final Comments (Administrative Only - No PAB Necessary) 1/14/2019 3:08:32 PM
View EPC Health Department
1/2/2019 11:03:05 AM
1/2/2019 11:03:05 AM
Falcon Fire Protection District
12/31/2018 2:24:09 PM
Falcon Fire has reviewed this residential rezone and has no objections to this request. Final development plans and central water supply hydrant distribution system shall be reviewed and approved by the fire department prior to final plat approval. Developer is encouraged to meet with and discuss the hydrant distribution and storage requirements with Falcon Fire (AHJ) early in this approval process. 12/31/2018 2:24:09 PM
View PCD Project Manager
12/27/2018 4:46:15 PM
MDT Letter 12/27/2018 4:46:15 PM
View PCD Project Manager
12/27/2018 4:44:25 PM
TIS Redlines 12/27/2018 4:44:25 PM
PCD Project Manager
12/27/2018 4:42:38 PM
General
1. The current zoning is A-35 and not Ag-35.
2. The TIS identifies necessary improvements. These improvements will be conditions of approval on the future platting action(s).
Zoning Map
1. Please add the adjoining land uses.
Letter of Intent
1. The LOI does not outline how the request is consistent with the small area plan, master plan, or surrounding development. Please add details and specific citations.
12/27/2018 4:42:38 PM
Central CO Conservation District
12/27/2018 11:35:18 AM
629 Co Springs, Residential Rezone

According to NRCS soils survey, the 29-Fluvaquentic Haplaquolls soils are very limited for local
roads and streets, dwellings with and without basements and frequent flooding is an issue. Due to
the limitations on the above soils on the site, alternatives to mitigate the limitations of the
soil will be required in your engineering design or construction techniques.

The channels of many of the major streams are not stable and undergo substantial shifts in
alignment during flood events. Upstream development increases the magnitude and frequency of local
flooding. Floods that exceed the computed 100-year storm do regularly occur. The district does not
support development proposals that are located in or near drainages. The district recommends that
no disturbance occurs within 50 feet from the top of the bank on both sides of all drainages is
allowed to avoid a potential flood hazard to the property and to prevent water and soil erosion.
Topsoil should be stripped to a depth of 6 inches and all stock piles should have side slopes no
steeper than 3:1 and seeded. All disturbed areas should be seeded and mulched with weed free hay
mulch at 4,000 lbs. /acre. All disturbed areas should be reseeded between the planting dates of
Nov. 1-April 30th. Grass seed should be drilled at a depth of % to Yi inch deep. Please utilize the
attached approved grass mix from the local NRCS office in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

There is no Integrated Noxious Weed Control plan submitted. It is recommended that an integrated
weed management program be reviewed and approved by the El Paso County Weed Inspector and/or Weed
Advisory board, the County Extension Agent, NRCS or a qualified weed management professional prior
to the land use authority approval.

Noxious weeds need to be managed and controlled prior to going to seed either by chemical,
mechanical, or biological control. Please contact the El Paso County Conservation District for fact
sheets on specific weed control measures for each noxious weed present on the site.
12/27/2018 11:35:18 AM
View El Paso County Conservation Dist
12/27/2018 10:20:53 AM
Please see the attached comments from the El Paso County Conservation District.
Thank you,
Pamela Davison
EPCCD District Manager
12/27/2018 10:20:53 AM
View El Paso County Conservation Dist
12/27/2018 10:19:52 AM
12/27/2018 10:19:52 AM
View Meadow Lake Airport Association
12/25/2018 7:48:25 PM
12/25/2018 7:48:25 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
12/20/2018 1:12:11 PM
See Comment Letter 12/20/2018 1:12:11 PM
View Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
12/12/2018 12:08:21 PM
12/12/2018 12:08:21 PM
View EPC Environmental Services
12/10/2018 11:20:28 AM
12/10/2018 11:20:28 AM