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Project Name
Waterbury Filings Nos. 1 and 2 PUD Preliminary Plan
Description
Request for Major Amendment (Redesign) to existing PUD (mixed overall and specific) and do a combined site -specific PUD preliminary plan approval to develop single-family residential lots. approved plans are PUD-12-3. Preliminary plan SP-13-4 is EXPIRED. No early grading is requested or payed for at this time.
Location
Parcels
4200000148 4200000148 4200000366 4200000366 4200000368 4200000368 4200000417 4200000417
Applicant
William Guman & Associates, Ltd.
Bill Guman ( bill@guman.net )
(719) 633-9700
Bill Guman ( bill@guman.net )
(719) 633-9700
EA Number
EA-17-040
File Number
PUDSP215
Project Manager
Ryan Howser
Status
Active
Created
8/20/2020 8:57:54 AM

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Review Comments (159)

Link Agency Comment
View PCD Project Manager
11/8/2022 12:41:22 PM
Please see attached for comments on the PUDSP plan from PCD Planning and PCD Engineering. 11/8/2022 12:41:22 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/7/2022 11:49:04 AM
The PDB/BMP agreement needs to be based on the attached template. Provide revised document in Word format for review. 11/7/2022 11:49:04 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/7/2022 11:46:08 AM
(FAE redlines) 11/7/2022 11:46:08 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/7/2022 11:45:37 AM
(GEC redlines summary) 11/7/2022 11:45:37 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/7/2022 11:44:53 AM
(GEC redlines) 11/7/2022 11:44:53 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/7/2022 11:43:52 AM
(PDR/MDDP redlines summary) 11/7/2022 11:43:52 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/7/2022 11:39:03 AM
(PDR/MDDP redlines) 11/7/2022 11:39:03 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/7/2022 11:34:52 AM
See comment memo (link at left) and redlines.

The following items need to be revised and resubmitted:
- PUD/Preliminary Plan (redlines will be uploaded by Planner/PM)
- TIS
- PDR/MDDP
- GEC Plan
- FAE for Pre-Development Site Grading
- Items with Stormwater comments


-- Jeff Rice - 719-520-7877
11/7/2022 11:34:52 AM
View County Attorney - Water
11/1/2022 4:03:12 PM
County Attorney's Water Supply Review and Recommendations attached. 11/1/2022 4:03:12 PM
View Colorado Department of Transportation - Pueblo Office
11/1/2022 12:51:00 PM
11/1/2022 12:51:00 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
11/3/2022 3:56:27 PM
Review 5: EPC Stormwater comments have been provided (in orange text boxes) on the following uploaded documents:
- Drainage Report....(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- GEC Plan...............(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)

Per discussion with Quentin (Terra Nova) via email on 11/1/2022, please make sure that the revised and signed/stamped PBMP Applicability Form gets uploaded with the next submittal per my previous comment:

Revise the last page of the PBMP Applicability Form and resubmit (you will need to ask the planner to send an upload request). It looks like the SWMP Checklist signature page was attached to this form on accident instead of the last page of the PBMP Form.

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer II
glennreese@elpasoco.com
11/3/2022 3:56:27 PM
View EPC Environmental Services
10/21/2022 12:31:39 PM
10/21/2022 12:31:39 PM
RBD Floodplain
10/17/2022 2:13:18 PM
original comment still applicable 10/17/2022 2:13:18 PM
View EPC Health Department
9/25/2022 2:45:28 PM
9/25/2022 2:45:28 PM
PCD Project Manager
9/14/2022 7:29:20 AM
Please note the comments received from RBD Floodplain and acknowledge status of CLOMR application. 9/14/2022 7:29:20 AM
View PCD Project Manager
9/14/2022 7:24:17 AM
Please see attached for PUDSP comments from PCD Planning and Engineering Divisions. 9/14/2022 7:24:17 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
9/13/2022 5:40:52 PM
(GEC redlines summary) 9/13/2022 5:40:52 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
9/13/2022 5:40:24 PM
(GEC redlines) 9/13/2022 5:40:24 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
9/13/2022 5:38:44 PM
(PDR/MDDP redlines summary) 9/13/2022 5:38:44 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
9/13/2022 5:38:05 PM
(PDR/MDDP redlines) 9/13/2022 5:38:05 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
9/13/2022 5:39:43 PM
See comment memo (link at left) and redlines.

The following items need to be revised and resubmitted:
- PUD/Preliminary Plan
- PDR/MDDP
- GEC Plan
- FAE for Pre-Development Site Grading
- O&M Manual
- Items with Stormwater comments


-- Jeff Rice - 719-520-7877
9/13/2022 5:39:43 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
9/8/2022 5:54:05 PM
Review 4: EPC Stormwater comments have been provided (in orange text boxes) on the following uploaded documents:
- Drainage Report....(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- GEC Plan...............(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)

EPC Stormwater comments have been resolved on the following documents:
- GEC Checklist
- MS4 Post-Construction Form
- SWMP Checklist
- SWMP

Unresolved previous comment: Revise the last page of the PBMP Applicability Form and resubmit (you will need to ask the planner to send an upload request). It looks like the SWMP Checklist signature page was attached to this form on accident instead of the last page of the PBMP Form.

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer II
glennreese@elpasoco.com
9/8/2022 5:54:05 PM
Meadow Lake Airport Association
8/31/2022 8:20:28 PM
We note that a Disclosure Notification has been added to the Sub-Division Plat and we have received a copy of the "Airspace Avigation Easement - Waterbury Filings 1 and 2". MLAA has no further objections at this time. 8/31/2022 8:20:28 PM
Colorado Geological Survey
8/30/2022 1:05:28 PM
We reviewed this site and provided comments on May 24, 2021, November 10, 2021, and April 7, 2022. CGS appreciates the responses to our comments, and we have noted that the Geohazard Constraints statement (Sheet 3 of the PUD Development Plan (Guman, August 5, 2022)) indicating “The following lots may have shallow groundwater conditions: 12, 13, 32-35, 43-49, 75, 88-90, 93-95, 107-112, and 115-118, per the Soil, Geology and Geologic Hazard Addendum prepared by Entech Engineering, dated February 2, 2022. The developer is required to disclose this information to potential lot purchasers. Basements are not allowed for structures on these lots. If further, long-range groundwater testing determines that this constraint is not necessary, the developer may choose to apply for an amended development plan at that time.”

The Geologic Hazard Note (Development Guidelines, Lot Constraints, Item 2) on Sheet 1 of the PUD Development Plan should be updated to reference the Geohazard Constraints statement; specifically, basements are not allowed for structures on these lots.

Note 28 of the Grading, Erosion, and Sediment Control (Terra Nova Engineering, Inc., July 20, 2022) should include Entech’s February 2, 2022 addendum and October 18, 2021 report or the most recent revisions.

CGS has no objection to the PUD preliminary plan approval provided:
• the Geologic Hazard Note and Note 28 of the GESC plan are updated,
• lot-specific geotechnical investigations are performed, and
• Entech’s recommendations are strictly adhered to during planning, design, and construction.

Submitted 8/30/2022 by Amy Crandall, Engineering Geologist, Colorado Geological Survey
8/30/2022 1:05:28 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
8/29/2022 12:54:45 PM
1. Provide the future extensions of Peconic Place ,Masonboro Way, and Megansett Way so that the entire street and be projected for addressing correctly.
2. Once the PUD is approved contact this department to receive addressing for filing No. 2. Please provide without contours.


Amy Vanderbeek
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2930 E: Amy@pprbd.org
8/29/2022 12:54:45 PM
Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
8/23/2022 12:57:50 PM
Same comments apply from the letter dated April 7, 2022. no additional comments at this time 8/23/2022 12:57:50 PM
Cherokee Metro Dist
8/19/2022 8:14:53 AM
No comment 8/19/2022 8:14:53 AM
View EPC Environmental Services
8/17/2022 11:50:25 AM
8/17/2022 11:50:25 AM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
8/16/2022 9:51:48 AM
Streetnames previously approved.
No action for E911 on this submittal.
Thank you.
Justin.
8/16/2022 9:51:48 AM
County Attorney - Water
8/12/2022 12:14:29 PM
District letter dated 1/21/21 doesn’t match the figures re: water demand noted in the Water Supply Information Summary and the Water Resources Report for household use and irrigation. Please provide updated letter indicating accurate demand and please specifically 'commit to serve' in the updated letter. Thank you. 8/12/2022 12:14:29 PM
RBD Floodplain
8/11/2022 7:27:04 AM
Waterbury Filings Nos. 1 and 2 PUD has exposure to Unstudied A Zone Floodplain along the western edge. Prior to plat this Flood zone will need to be studied and approved by FEMA. FEMA approved Base Flood Elevations and floodplain delineations must be shown on the final plat. Once defined the floodplain must be contained in a separated tract designated no-build no-storage of materials. The floodplain crossing shown as an extension of Gilbert Dr. will be required to demonstrate “that the cumulative effect of the proposed development, when combined with all other existing and anticipated development, will not increase the water surface elevation of the base flood more than one-half (1/2) foot at any point within the community.”, otherwise a CLOMR will be required prior to grading permit issuance.
It has been observed as of late that the required FEMA reviews can take upwards of 2 years from initial submittal to final effective, which is required prior to plat”. The appeal period between approval of the LOMR and effective date of 4.5 months often comes as a surprise to the developer. It is suggested to initiate a CLOMR to include any work in the floodplain even if less than ½ foot rise can be shown as LOMRs that follow CLOMRs often have shorter review/comment iterations.
Any further questions can be directed to Keith Curtis , Keith@pprbd.org , or 719-327-2898
8/11/2022 7:27:04 AM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:28:05 PM
PUDSP markup summary 4/22/2022 5:28:05 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:27:46 PM
PCD Planning and Engineering comments - PUDSP 4/22/2022 5:27:46 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:27:18 PM
PCD Planning and Engineering comments - LOI 4/22/2022 5:27:18 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:26:53 PM
PCD Engineering comments - TIS 4/22/2022 5:26:53 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:26:30 PM
Drainage report markup summary 4/22/2022 5:26:30 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:26:09 PM
PCD Engineering and EPC Stormwater comments - drainage report 4/22/2022 5:26:09 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:25:37 PM
PCD Engineering comments - O&M 4/22/2022 5:25:37 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:25:14 PM
PCD Engineering comments- grading/utility 4/22/2022 5:25:14 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:24:46 PM
GEC Markup summary 4/22/2022 5:24:46 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:24:22 PM
PCD Engineering and EPC Stormwater comments - GEC 4/22/2022 5:24:22 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:23:57 PM
PCD Engineering comments - deviation 3 4/22/2022 5:23:57 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:23:35 PM
PCD Engineering comments - deviation 2 4/22/2022 5:23:35 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:23:10 PM
PCD Engineering comments - deviation 1 4/22/2022 5:23:10 PM
View PCD Project Manager
4/22/2022 5:22:49 PM
PCD Engineering comments - CDs 4/22/2022 5:22:49 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
4/22/2022 2:23:36 PM
See comment memo (link at left) and redlines.

The following items need to be revised and resubmitted:
- Letter of Intent
- PUD/Preliminary Plan
- PDR/MDDP
- TIS
- GEC Plan
- Grading and Utility Plan
- O&M Manual
- Deviation requests (3)
- Items with Stormwater comments


-- Jeff Rice - 719-520-7877
4/22/2022 2:23:36 PM
View Parks Advisory Board
4/14/2022 2:47:10 PM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Final Comments, Review #2 - Please See Attached Documents for Updated Comments and Recommendations (PAB Endorsed 12/08/2021) 4/14/2022 2:47:10 PM
View EPC Parks Department
4/14/2022 2:45:24 PM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Final Comments, Review #2 - Please See Attached Documents for Updated Comments and Recommendations (PAB Endorsed 12/08/2021) 4/14/2022 2:45:24 PM
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
4/8/2022 11:55:44 AM
Colorado Parks and Wildlife appreciates the opportunity to comment. CPW commented on 5/7/2021 on the Waterbury PUD Preliminary Plan, and would refer to this comment letter for the Waterbury Filings Nos. 1 and 2 PUD Preliminary Plan. All new additional documents that have been uploaded for this project have been reviewed, and CPW's previous comments still apply.

Please Feel free to contact District Wildlife Manager Aaron Berscheid at 719-439-9601 or aaron.berscheid@state.co.us should you have any questions or require additional information.
4/8/2022 11:55:44 AM
View EPC Stormwater Review
4/7/2022 5:24:40 PM
SWMP 4/7/2022 5:24:40 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
4/7/2022 5:24:22 PM
SWMP Checklist 4/7/2022 5:24:22 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
4/7/2022 5:23:56 PM
MS4 Post-Construction Form 4/7/2022 5:23:56 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
4/7/2022 5:23:27 PM
GEC Checklist 4/7/2022 5:23:27 PM
View Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
4/7/2022 5:08:15 PM
See attached comments 4/7/2022 5:08:15 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
4/7/2022 5:21:29 PM
Review 3: EPC Stormwater comments have been provided (in orange text boxes) on the following uploaded documents:
- Drainage Report....(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- GEC Plan...............(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- GEC Checklist
- MS4 Post-Construction Form
- SWMP Checklist
- SWMP

EPC Stormwater comments have been resolved on the following documents:
- ESQCP

Revise the last page of the PBMP Applicability Form and resubmit. It looks like the SWMP Checklist signature page was attached to this form on accident instead of the last page of the PBMP Form.

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer II
glennreese@elpasoco.com
4/7/2022 5:21:29 PM
View Colorado Geological Survey
4/7/2022 12:08:34 PM
4/7/2022 12:08:34 PM
Woodmen Hills Metro
4/7/2022 9:59:14 AM
There is no current IGA between Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District (WHMD) and any 4-Way Ranch/Waterbury and no current negotiation of an IGA. At this time, WHMD is not providing water or wastewater services to the development. 4/7/2022 9:59:14 AM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
4/6/2022 10:25:21 AM
1. When submitting plans to Enumerations for addressing please provide a copy at 100 scale or larger without the contours. Once the PUD is approved this project can be added to Enumerations list to be addressed. Enumerations will require to see the future configuration to the north of filing No. 2 to be able to complete the addressing for Peconic, Masonboro & Megansett.
2. Will street name Fish Camp suffix be CIRCLE or DRIVE? Add Saybrook Road in between lots 142 & 105 of filing No. 2.


Amy Vanderbeek
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2930 E: Amy@pprbd.org W: 719-327-2953
4/6/2022 10:25:21 AM
View EPC Environmental Services
3/28/2022 11:13:03 AM
3/28/2022 11:13:03 AM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
3/21/2022 10:48:38 AM
See attached letter. 3/21/2022 10:48:38 AM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
3/21/2022 8:45:03 AM
Streetnames previously approved.

Fish Camp Cir – Drawings indicate suffix change from Cir to Dr at intersection with Saybrook Rd. This should be a logical continuation.

Bayshore Way – Unnecessary, this small segment can be considered a logical continuation of Sunken Meadow Rd.

Thank you
Justin
3/21/2022 8:45:03 AM
County Attorney - Water
3/21/2022 8:20:08 AM
County Attorney's Office will review following receipt of letter from Colorado Division of Water Resources indicating water sufficiency. Thank you. 3/21/2022 8:20:08 AM
Cherokee Metro Dist
3/18/2022 2:54:08 PM
Current review set only includes overall utility plan (single sheet). Previous review set 11-16-21 contained detailed sheet for water and wastewater systems. Include detailed drawings of current water and wastewater systems. 3/18/2022 2:54:08 PM
Cherokee Metro Dist
3/18/2022 2:51:45 PM
Current submittal Utility Plans only include overall development plan - previous review 11-16-22 contained detailed sheets of water and wastewater systems. Attached current detailed plans. 3/18/2022 2:51:45 PM
View Falcon Fire Protection District
3/18/2022 9:55:55 AM
3/18/2022 9:55:55 AM
Meadow Lake Airport Association
3/17/2022 11:47:11 AM
As commented before, our letter of May 24, 2021 still applies. This project underlies Meadow Lake's primary traffic pattern, and an Avigation Easement and Disclosure Notification must be agreed to. 3/17/2022 11:47:11 AM
RBD Floodplain
3/17/2022 9:12:56 AM
Previous comment still applies , grading work shown in the A zone will require a less that 6" rise certification and a permit through the Regional Floodplain Department .
Questions contact :
Keith Curtis, PE, CFM
Floodplain Administrator
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
2880 International Circle
Colorado Springs CO, 80910
O: 719-327-2898 E: keith@pprbd.org W: pprbd.org
3/17/2022 9:12:56 AM
US Postal Service
3/17/2022 9:06:22 AM
Please contact Angela Connell, angela.d.connell@usps.gov – (Peyton/Falcon) directly to review this development for mail service. To establish mail delivery and kiosk locations an appointment will be required with USPS to determine final locations. Information required for this establishment include proposed locations, type of mail receptacle, final plat with addresses, type of development (residential/commercial) and date of first occupancy. 3/17/2022 9:06:22 AM
View Parks Advisory Board
12/8/2021 3:42:00 PM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Final Comments - Please See Attached Documents (PAB Endorsed 12/08/2021) 12/8/2021 3:42:00 PM
View EPC Parks Department
11/22/2021 4:09:26 PM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Preliminary Comments - Please See Attached Documents (To be presented to the PAB for endorsement on 12/08/2021) 11/22/2021 4:09:26 PM
View Colorado Department of Transportation - Pueblo Office
11/19/2021 11:20:45 AM
11/19/2021 11:20:45 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 1:35:37 PM
(PDR redlines summary) 11/17/2021 1:35:37 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 1:34:34 PM
(PDR redlines) 11/17/2021 1:34:34 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:32:33 PM
(O&M redlines) 11/17/2021 12:32:33 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:31:56 PM
(ESQCP redlines) 11/17/2021 12:31:56 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:31:17 PM
(GEC redlines summary) 11/17/2021 12:31:17 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:30:35 PM
(GEC redlines) 11/17/2021 12:30:35 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:30:00 PM
(TIS redlines) 11/17/2021 12:30:00 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:29:38 PM
(TIS redlines) 11/17/2021 12:29:38 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:29:10 PM
(PUDSP redlines summary) 11/17/2021 12:29:10 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:28:39 PM
(PUDSP redlines) 11/17/2021 12:28:39 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:28:05 PM
(LOI redlines) 11/17/2021 12:28:05 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 4:33:09 PM
Please note many of the One Copy review comments were not addressed with this review. 11/16/2021 4:33:09 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 4:31:33 PM
Floodplain Comments MUST be addressed. 11/16/2021 4:31:33 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 4:30:31 PM
The applicant must address CGS comments. Modifications to lots are likely which would be additional lot setbacks from floodplains and wetlands, preclusion of basements etc....
Additionally, the geology and constraint notes required to be depicted on the PUDSP and the mapped constraint hazards exhibit to be added to the sheets shall have the lot numbers with the filings so its clear which lots have constraints or hazards, and what the mitigation techniques are to be...there are a couple ways to effectively communicate this. Most do a mix of a note and a graphic.
Some samples:
SP17007 Abert Ranch
SP182 Retreat At Timberridge sheet 5 of 8 of prelim plan set
Forest Lakes PUDSP196 Sheet 9 of 16
11/16/2021 4:30:31 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 4:09:36 PM
PCD Engineering will upload the PUDSP plan when they have completed their review. Please review checklists provided and verify every line item is depicted on the PUDSP. Please also see redline comments. 11/16/2021 4:09:36 PM
View PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 4:08:25 PM
Letter of Intent Planning Comment Redlines , one-copy comments not addressed. 11/16/2021 4:08:25 PM
View PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 4:06:13 PM
Wastewater Disposal Report Comments. 11/16/2021 4:06:13 PM
View PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 4:05:39 PM
Water Recourse Report comments. Please note that the LOI must address the Water Master Plan which will reference the water resource report in doing so. 11/16/2021 4:05:39 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 4:03:35 PM
The PUDSP lot layout does not consider the floodplain or wetlands, See redlines with Code inserts. Please review other PUDSP for urban developments for examples to help with the missing information Staff provided comments on. A comment meeting is required. Two hours is likely needed. 11/16/2021 4:03:35 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 2:54:59 PM
Subdivision summary form states 4 Way Ranch will provide sewer. Is that correct? NOTE: The water quantities and use in the water commitment, wastewater commitment, State water form and the subdivision summary form should be consistent. 11/16/2021 2:54:59 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 1:47:15 PM
The water supply summary sheet form states 4 Way Ranch will provide sewer - is that correct? I thought Cherokee was providing sewer via Grandview Metro....Provide the commitment letters and or draft IGA from the water wastewater providers. 11/16/2021 1:47:15 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 1:43:28 PM
The water and wastewater commitment letters must state how many units, and how much water for indoor verses irrigation is proposed . Provide the acre feet being dedicated for the development for water , and the wastewater requirements, Look in Chapter 8, for the standards SF Equivalents. Look at the commitment letter in PUDSP 20 8 to help you draft your letters.
The wastewater letter is NOT a commitment; it is not signed by a valid provider. The water commitment is also not signed by a District.
11/16/2021 1:43:28 PM
PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 1:38:40 PM
Legal Description states "Overall Waterbury Boundary"- That's not correct, this is the Waterbury Filings 1 and 2 PUD/preliminary plan 11/16/2021 1:38:40 PM
Cherokee Metro Dist
11/16/2021 12:44:10 PM
No Comments 11/16/2021 12:44:10 PM
View PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 12:39:39 PM
Preliminary Plan checklist. Since this is a combined PUD and preliminary plan, verify both PUD and prelim plan checklists are on plan set. This is in addition to PUDSP redlines. 11/16/2021 12:39:39 PM
View PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 12:38:21 PM
PUD Checklist 11/16/2021 12:38:21 PM
View PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 12:37:51 PM
LOI Preliminary plan checklist. Since this is a combined PUD and preliminary plan - make sure all items are included in addition to staffs redline comments. 11/16/2021 12:37:51 PM
View PCD Project Manager
11/16/2021 12:36:49 PM
LOI PUD checklist 11/16/2021 12:36:49 PM
Colorado Department of Transportation - Pueblo Office
11/16/2021 11:51:45 AM
Comments will be forthcoming. - Arthur Gonzales, Access Manager 11/16/2021 11:51:45 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
11/17/2021 12:25:50 PM
See comment memo (link at left) and redlines.

The following items need to be revised and resubmitted:
- Letter of Intent
- PUD/Preliminary Plan
- PDR/MDDP
- TIS
- GEC Plan
- ESQCP
- O&M Manual
- Items with Stormwater comments

Also needed when available:
- Utility CDs, if applicable


-- Jeff Rice - 719-520-7877
11/17/2021 12:25:50 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
11/15/2021 3:41:17 PM
SWMP Checklist 11/15/2021 3:41:17 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
11/15/2021 3:40:58 PM
SWMP 11/15/2021 3:40:58 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
11/15/2021 3:40:40 PM
GEC Checklist 11/15/2021 3:40:40 PM
View Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD
11/15/2021 7:57:16 AM
11/15/2021 7:57:16 AM
View Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
11/11/2021 10:29:43 AM
See comment letter dated May 24, 2021. No additional comments at this time. 11/11/2021 10:29:43 AM
View Colorado Geological Survey
11/10/2021 1:33:51 PM
See comments attached. 11/10/2021 1:33:51 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
11/8/2021 8:12:35 AM
1. The configuration of filing No. 1 has changed slightly. Typically if there are significant changes, Enumerations would change a readdressing fee. This filing is not significant, no readdressing fee will apply to filing NO 1. Filing No 2 was never addressed.
2. To be able to complete the addressing for filing No 2, I will need to see the future filings for the streets to the north that are not shown where the go. Along with Fish Camp Circle & Muddy Pond Street.
3. Standard PUD comments;
A. Provide a 100 scale copy or larger of the entire APPROVED development plan (PUD) to this department so that addressing can be assigned. Once received, the development plan will be placed on a list to be addressed. Development plans that are not yet approved may be addressed, however additional plan review fees will accrue if changes are made to the development after initial addressing.
B. An email from Justin Annan jannan@elpsoteller911.org or Glenn West qwest@elpasoteller911.org with El Paso/Teller County 9-1-1 Authority is required to be emailed to the Enumerations Department.

Amy Vanderbeek
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2930 E: Amy@pprbd.org
11/8/2021 8:12:35 AM
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
11/4/2021 5:52:09 PM
Colorado Parks and Wildlife appreciates the opportunity to comment. CPW commented on 5/7/2021 on the Waterbury PUD Preliminary Plan, and would refer to this comment letter for the Waterbury Filings Nos. 1 and 2 PUD Preliminary Plan.

Please Feel free to contact District Wildlife Manager Aaron Berscheid at 719-439-9601 or aaron.berscheid@state.co.us should you have any questions or require additional information.
11/4/2021 5:52:09 PM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
11/4/2021 9:12:47 AM
See attached letter. 11/4/2021 9:12:47 AM
Meadow Lake Airport Association
11/2/2021 8:45:47 AM
MLAA letter of May 24 still applies: an Avigation Easement and Disclosure Notification must be agreed to. 11/2/2021 8:45:47 AM
EPC Stormwater Review
11/15/2021 3:38:47 PM
Review 2: EPC Stormwater comments have been provided (in orange text boxes) on the following uploaded documents:
- Drainage Report....(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- ESQCP...................(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- GEC Plan...............(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- GEC Checklist
- SWMP Checklist
- SWMP

EPC Stormwater comments have been resolved on the following documents:
- FAE
- PBMP Applicability Form (please sign last page and resubmit)

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer II
glennreese@elpasoco.com
11/15/2021 3:38:47 PM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
10/27/2021 9:40:13 AM
All streetnames approved.
No other action for E911.
Thank you.
Justin
10/27/2021 9:40:13 AM
View EPC Environmental Services
10/26/2021 8:59:21 AM
10/26/2021 8:59:21 AM
County Attorney - Water
10/25/2021 9:27:06 AM
County Attorney's Office will review following receipt of findings from Colorado Division of Water Resources. Thank you. 10/25/2021 9:27:06 AM
View US Postal Service
10/23/2021 8:15:09 AM
10/23/2021 8:15:09 AM
US Postal Service
10/23/2021 8:14:44 AM
In order to establish mail delivery please submit the following to kevin.s.orlowitz@usps.gov for approval:

• Development Plan
• Make an appointment to go over pad locations and mailboxes
• Building and Site plan showing proposed locations of mailboxes
• Type of mail receptacle proposed for development
• Mailboxes must be approved prior to purchase
• Final Plat with addresses
• Type of Development (business/residential/mixed)
• Date of first occupancy
• If the community is Apartments - a letter from the owner regarding oversized parcels

Effective October 5, 2006, all new designs approved for NEW CONSTRUCTION AND MAJOR RENOVATION require U.S. Postal Service approved CBU’s to be installed.

Effective July 2020 all new apartment projects or apartment remodels must provide 1 parcel locker for every 5 mailbox compartments.


Once the information is submitted, we will follow-up with any additional questions and we will set up a time to discuss the project for final approval.

I have included a copy of the developers and building guide for your reference.
10/23/2021 8:14:44 AM
View EPC Health Department
10/22/2021 8:09:03 PM
10/22/2021 8:09:03 PM
Woodmen Hills Metro
10/22/2021 1:39:14 PM
Woodmen Hills does not have any agreement with 4 Way Ranch to provide any services. 10/22/2021 1:39:14 PM
RBD Floodplain
10/22/2021 8:28:00 AM
Waterbury Filings Nos. 1 and 2 PUD has exposure to Unstudied A Zone Floodplain along the western edge. Prior to plat this Flood zone will need to be studied and approved by FEMA. FEMA approved Base Flood Elevations and floodplain delineations must be shown on the final plat. Once defined the floodplain must be contained in a separated tract designated no-build no-storage of materials. The floodplain crossing shown as an extension of Gilbert Dr. will be required to demonstrate “that the cumulative effect of the proposed development, when combined with all other existing and anticipated development, will not increase the water surface elevation of the base flood more than one-half (1/2) foot at any point within the community.”, otherwise a CLOMR will be required prior to grading permit issuance.
It has been observed as of late that the required FEMA reviews can take upwards of 2 years from initial submittal to final effective, which is required prior to plat”. The appeal period between approval of the LOMR and effective date of 4.5 months often comes as a surprise to the developer. It is suggested to initiate a CLOMR to include any work in the floodplain even if less than ½ foot rise can be shown as LOMRs that follow CLOMRs often have shorter review/comment iterations.
Any further questions can be directed to Keith Curtis , Keith@pprbd.org , or 719-327-2898
10/22/2021 8:28:00 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:52:13 PM
(FAE redlines) 6/14/2021 3:52:13 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:51:31 PM
(GEC redlines summary) 6/14/2021 3:51:31 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:51:02 PM
(GEC redlines) 6/14/2021 3:51:02 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:50:25 PM
(TIS redlines summary) 6/14/2021 3:50:25 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:49:53 PM
(TIS redlines) 6/14/2021 3:49:53 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:49:15 PM
(PDR/MDDP redlines summary) 6/14/2021 3:49:15 PM
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6/14/2021 3:48:43 PM
(PDR/MDDP redlines) 6/14/2021 3:48:43 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:47:52 PM
(PUD/SP redlines summary) 6/14/2021 3:47:52 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:47:21 PM
(PUD/SP redlines) 6/14/2021 3:47:21 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
6/14/2021 3:45:27 PM
See comment memo and redlines.

The following items need to be revised and resubmitted:
- PUD/Preliminary Plan
- PDR/MDDP
- TIS
- GEC Plan
- FAE
- Items with Stormwater comments

Also needed when available:
- Pre-Development Site Grading/ROA Acknowledgement
- Utility CDs, if applicable


-- Jeff Rice - 719-520-7877
6/14/2021 3:45:27 PM
PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 12:03:38 PM
Riparian Study-PALUSTRINE EMERGENT WETLAND is labeled in some areas anticipated for development. non-jurisdictional drainage with flora is also depicted. These sensitive environmental areas should be preserved see Chapter 8, Section 8.4.5.
Drainage Considerations and Standards

(A)Drainage Design Concepts. The design and operation of the drainage facilities serving a division of land shall ensure that:
• Historical flow patterns are maintained in a manner that will reasonably preserve the natural character of the area and prevent property damage of the type generally attributed to runoff peak flow and velocity increases, diversions, concentration and unplanned ponding of storm runoff;

• Runoff volumes and peaks in areas affected by runoff conform to the applicable provisions of the ECM;

• The division of land does not impede the flow of natural water courses;




Customize and Incorporate the standard notes on face of the PUDSP plan:
Note Regarding Stormwater Drainage:
All property owners are responsible for maintaining proper storm water drainage in and through their property. Public drainage easements as specifically noted on the plat shall be maintained by the individual lot owners unless otherwise indicated. Structures, fences, materials or landscaping that could impede the flow of runoff shall not be placed in drainage easements.
Easements:
Unless otherwise indicated, all side, front, and rear lot lines are hereby platted on either side with a 10 foot (use 5 feet for lots smaller than 2.5 acres) public utility and drainage easement unless otherwise indicated. All exterior subdivision boundaries are hereby platted with a 20 foot (use 7 feet for lots smaller than 2.5 acres) public utility and drainage easement. The sole responsibility for maintenance of these easements is hereby vested with the individual property owners.
Environmental:
Developer shall comply with federal and state laws, regulations, ordinances, review and permit requirements, and other agency requirements, if any, of applicable agencies including, but not limited to, the Colorado Division of Wildlife, Colorado Department of Transportation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding the Endangered Species Act, particularly as it relates to the listed species (e.g., Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse).


Theses areas should be listed as a constraints and clearly identified in a lot or tract, and the mitigation method stated. See standard note below:
The following lots have been found to be impacted by geologic hazards. Mitigation measures and a map of the hazard area can be found in the report (Title of Report, generally from the Preliminary Plan file) by (author of the report) (date of report) in file (name of file and file number) available at the El Paso County Development Services Department:
? Downslope Creep: (name lots or location of area)
? Rockfall Source: (name lots or location of area)
? Rockfall Runout Zone: (name lots or location of area)
? Potentially Seasonally High Groundwater:(name lots or location of area)
? Other Hazard:

In Areas of High Groundwater:
Due to high groundwater in the area, all foundations shall incorporate an underground drainage system to be maintained by ____.
6/4/2021 12:03:38 PM
PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 11:49:48 AM
A complete submittal is required for a full review; a one copy review has been provided at this time. The County's new Master Plan (2021) has been adopted. The Policy Plan and small area plans are no longer valid. Staff looks forward to reviewing a complete submittal soon. Both the PUD and Prelim Plan checklists have been emailed to the applicant. You are encouraged to look at PUDSP1911 for a sample of a PUDSP plan map.

Please label and provide as much as detail as possible for all existing and proposed water and wastewater facilities above ground (water tanks, pump stations, lift station, interceptors, etc) on the PUD of located in any tracts.
6/4/2021 11:49:48 AM
PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 11:42:29 AM
Section 7.2.1.D.2(e)Criteria for Approval. Ito be incorporated into the Letter of Intent (LOI)
• The proposed subdivision is in general conformance with the goals, objectives, and policies of the Master Plan;

• The subdivision is consistent with the purposes of this Code;

• The subdivision is in conformance with the subdivision design standards and any approved sketch plan;

• A sufficient water supply has been acquired in terms of quantity, quality, and dependability for the type of subdivision proposed, as determined in accordance with the standards set forth in the water supply standards [C.R.S. § 30-28-133(6)(a)] and the requirements of Chapter 8 of this Code (this finding may not be deferred to final plat if the applicant intends to seek administrative final plat approval);

• A public sewage disposal system has been established and, if other methods of sewage disposal are proposed, the system complies with state and local laws and regulations, [C.R.S. § 30-28-133(6) (b)] and the requirements of Chapter 8 of this Code;

• All areas of the proposed subdivision, which may involve soil or topographical conditions presenting hazards or requiring special precautions, have been identified and the proposed subdivision is compatible with such conditions. [C.R.S. § 30-28-133(6)(c)];

• Adequate drainage improvements complying with State law [C.R.S. § 30-28-133(3)(c)(VIII)] and the requirements of this Code and the ECM are provided by the design;

• The location and design of the public improvements proposed in connection with the subdivision are adequate to serve the needs and mitigate the effects of the development;

• Legal and physical access is or will be provided to all parcels by public rights-of-way or recorded easement, acceptable to the County in compliance with this Code and the ECM;

• The proposed subdivision has established an adequate level of compatibility by (1) incorporating natural physical features into the design and providing sufficient open spaces considering the type and intensity of the subdivision; (2) incorporating site planning techniques to foster the implementation of the County's plans, and encourage a land use pattern to support a balanced transportation system, including auto, bike and pedestrian traffic, public or mass transit if appropriate, and the cost effective delivery of other services consistent with adopted plans, policies and regulations of the County; (3) incorporating physical design features in the subdivision to provide a transition between the subdivision and adjacent land uses; (4) incorporating identified environmentally sensitive areas, including but not limited to, wetlands and wildlife corridors, into the design; and (5) incorporating public facilities or infrastructure, or provisions therefore, reasonably related to the proposed subdivision so the proposed subdivision will not negatively impact the levels of service of County services and facilities;

• Necessary services, including police and fire protection, recreation, utilities, open space and transportation system, are or will be available to serve the proposed subdivision;

• The subdivision provides evidence to show that the proposed methods for fire protection comply with Chapter 6 of this Code; and

• The proposed subdivision meets other applicable sections of Chapter 6 and 8 of this Code.
6/4/2021 11:42:29 AM
PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 11:41:04 AM
4.2.6 (D)Approval Criteria For PUD Zoning to be incorporated into the LOI:

• The proposed PUD District zoning advances the stated purposes set forth in this Section;

• The application is in general conformity with the Master Plan;

• The proposed development is in compliance with the requirements of this Code and all applicable statutory provisions and will not otherwise be detrimental to the health, safety, or welfare of the present or future inhabitants of El Paso County;

• The subject property is suitable for the intended uses and the use is compatible with both the existing and allowed land uses on the neighboring properties, will be in harmony and responsive with the character of the surrounding area and natural environment; and will not have a negative impact upon the existing and future development of the surrounding area;

• The proposed development provides adequate consideration for any potentially detrimental use to use relationships (e.g. commercial use adjacent to single family use) and provides an appropriate transition or buffering between uses of differing intensities both on-site and off-site which may include innovative treatments of use to use relationships;

• The allowed uses, bulk requirements and required landscaping and buffering are appropriate to and compatible with the type of development, the surrounding neighborhood or area and the community;

• Areas with unique or significant historical, cultural, recreational, aesthetic or natural features are preserved and incorporated into the design of the project;

• Open spaces and trails are integrated into the development plan to serve as amenities to residents and provide a reasonable walking and biking opportunities;

• The proposed development will not overburden the capacities of existing or planned roads, utilities and other public facilities (e.g., fire protection, police protection, emergency services, and water and sanitation), and the required public services and facilities will be provided to support the development when needed;

• The proposed development would be a benefit through the provision of interconnected open space, conservation of environmental features, aesthetic features and harmonious design, and energy efficient site design;

• The proposed land use does not permit the use of any area containing a commercial mineral deposit in a manner which would unreasonably interfere with the present or future extraction of such deposit unless acknowledged by the mineral rights owner;

• Any proposed exception or deviation from the requirements of the zoning resolution or the subdivision regulations is warranted by virtue of the design and amenities incorporated in the development plan and development guide; and

• The owner has authorized the application
6/4/2021 11:41:04 AM
PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 11:40:10 AM
Section 4.2.6.F.2.h
Modification of Existing LDC or ECM Standard. For approval of a modification of a general development standard in the LDC or criteria or standard of the ECM, the BoCC shall find that the proposal provides for the general health, safety, and welfare of the citizens and at least 1 of the following benefits:
• Preservation of natural features;

• Provision of a more livable environment, such as the installment of street furniture, decorative street lighting or decorative paving materials;

• Provision of a more efficient pedestrian system;

• Provision of additional open space;

• Provision of other public amenities not otherwise required by the Code; or

• The proposed modification is granted in exchange for the open space and/or amenity designs provided in the PUD development plan and/or development guide.

A statement citing the reason for any modifications to this Code or the ECM shall be provided in the PUD development plan and development guide. The modification request shall be submitted and reviewed concurrently with the PUD map amendment (rezone) application. The modified development standard or engineering criteria within a PUD district shall become the basis of review and approval for any subsequent development application.
6/4/2021 11:40:10 AM
View PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 11:39:11 AM
Letter of Intent Planning Only 6/4/2021 11:39:11 AM
View PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 11:38:39 AM
PUDSP Planning Only - please provide the landscape plan with the set and address all comments. 6/4/2021 11:38:39 AM
PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 9:41:33 AM
Noise Study Comments- The figure did not upload with the report, nor did the following page. The report indicated that lots for example: 70 and 71, will exceed 66 Db. Staff understands that the Federal Noise level is now at 66Db to require mitigation. The ECM requires the Noise mitigation to meet both County and Federal standards. Please address. Also, if the layout changes along Stapleton please update the study to include the new layout . 6/4/2021 9:41:33 AM
PCD Project Manager
6/4/2021 9:35:56 AM
This issue regarding the applicant using an old soils and geology report which does not meet the ECM or current LDC was discussed previously in the EA; a report meeting today’s standard is required. You have a report base to start with, please add the information necessary per the ECM and Code, and include the new urban layout map to meet today’s criteria. Please make sure to identify the specific lots numbers, and the constraint(s) to be mitigated on the face of the PUDSP plan. 6/4/2021 9:35:56 AM
PCD Project Manager
6/2/2021 1:41:42 PM
Water Resource Report meeting the Code requirements of 8.4.7 must be submitted with submittal to move project forward.
Wastewater report meeting Code requirements of 8.4.8 must ne submitted with submittal to move project forward.

Commitment letters must be provided that are dated with one year and clearly note the demand of the project for irrigation and domestic use. The water providers current availability, demand and surplus after project should be included.

State Water Summary form shall be updated to match the 2021 reports and commitment letters.

Subdivision Summary form should also match above documents
6/2/2021 1:41:42 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
5/26/2021 11:06:41 AM
SWMP V_1 5/26/2021 11:06:41 AM
View EPC Stormwater Review
5/26/2021 11:05:55 AM
SWMP Checklist V_1 5/26/2021 11:05:55 AM
View EPC Stormwater Review
5/26/2021 11:05:02 AM
PBMP V_1 5/26/2021 11:05:02 AM
View EPC Stormwater Review
5/26/2021 11:04:38 AM
GEC Checklist V_1 5/26/2021 11:04:38 AM
EPC Stormwater Review
5/26/2021 11:10:58 AM
Review 1: EPC Stormwater comments have been provided (in orange text boxes) on the following uploaded documents:
- Drainage Report....(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- FAE........................(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- GEC Plan...............(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)
- GEC Checklist
- PBMP Applicability Form
- SWMP Checklist
- SWMP

Note that due to the remaining information required (mostly in the Drainage Report and SWMP), these comments are cursory in nature. Additional detailed comments will be provided upon receipt of complete information/plans and resolution of the major issues. The next submittal will be considered a first review because of quantity of comments.

Please complete and upload an ESQCP form.

Note that the O&M, SDI, and MS4 documents, as well as pond related calcs in the Drainage Report will be reviewed for final approval with the final plat submittal. Comments provided on those docs (if any) were only cursory in nature, since the final pond design is not shown on construction drawings at this overlot grading level review. But note that for the MS4 Post Construction Form a duplicate of the PBMP Form was uploaded instead. See MS4 Form on our EPC Stormwater website.

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer I
glennreese@elpasoco.com
5/26/2021 11:10:58 AM
View Meadow Lake Airport Association
5/24/2021 9:56:53 PM
5/24/2021 9:56:53 PM
View Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
5/24/2021 3:40:58 PM
See attached comments 5/24/2021 3:40:58 PM
View Colorado Geological Survey
5/24/2021 1:36:01 PM
5/24/2021 1:36:01 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
5/24/2021 8:07:32 AM
Regarding a request for approval of a PUD development plan for Waterbury, Enumerations has the following comments:

1. Address plans were developed for this project in 2013 and again in 2017 when the layout changed. The layout has now changed again, enough that the entire area will need to readdressed. Enumerations charges a fee of $50/hour to readdress areas that have had addresses assigned previously. This is in addition to the $10/per lot/tract addressing fee which is due at the time of mylar review.
2. Numerous streets shown on this plan continue into future phases of this project. When submitting to Enumerations for address assignment, include a copy of the entire development so that addressing can be assigned correctly and consistently throughout the entire development.
3. Per Regional Building Code, section RBC312.8 addresses must appear on plats. Submit a 100 scale copy of the plat to our office for addressing. Place an (xxxx) on all lots and tracts which will require an address, in the location the address will be needed. Once addressing is completed, the addresses will be returned so that they may be placed on the mylar prior to recording.
4. Prior to recording, Enumerations will review the mylar for addressing, title block, street names and floodplain statement. A fee of $10 per lot/tract addressed, payable to Pikes Peak Regional Building Department will be due at the time of mylar review.
5. Provide a copy of the final recorded plat to Enumerations. Approval of any plans submitted for this development will be pending receipt in our office of a copy of the final recorded plat.




Brent Johnson
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2888 E: brent@pprbd.org W: pprbd.org
5/24/2021 8:07:32 AM
Woodmen Hills Metro
5/19/2021 2:04:53 PM
Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District owns and operates a 1.3 MGD Regional Water Reclamation Facility that would be capable of accepting wastewater from Waterbury for treatment. There is not an agreement or commitment from WHMD with Waterbury to provide service at this time. 5/19/2021 2:04:53 PM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
5/19/2021 10:09:53 AM
Comments for E911 as follows:

Gilbert Dr – Existing Street
Sandy Neck Way – Previously approved
Fish Camp Cir – Drawings indicate suffix change from Cir to Dr at intersection with Saybrook Rd. This should be a logical continuation.
Muddy Pond St – Previously approved
Peconic Pl – Previously Approved
Masonboro Way – Previously approved
Megansett Way – Previously approved
Saybrook Rd – Previously approved
Sunken Meadow Rd – Previously Approved
Bayshore Way – Unnecessary, this small segment can be considered a logical continuation of Sunken Meadow Rd.
Manor Haven Way – Previously approved
Beech Creek Dr – Previously approved

Thank you
Justin
5/19/2021 10:09:53 AM
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5/14/2021 1:08:54 PM
5/14/2021 1:08:54 PM
Paint Brush Hills Metro
5/12/2021 7:56:23 AM
Concerned about where they are getting the water rights, or who will be providing water to them. The larger concern is wastewater treatment. Woodmen hills is at 68%+ capacity and other developments are also scheduled to be built in the area. 5/12/2021 7:56:23 AM
View Colorado Parks and Wildlife
5/7/2021 8:43:00 AM
5/7/2021 8:43:00 AM
Falcon Fire Protection District
5/5/2021 10:35:48 AM
Falcon Fire has reviewed this request for a Major Amendment to the existing Waterbury PUD Preliminary Plan and has no objections to the new amendment design. Final plat filings shall be reviewed and approved prior to final plan approval Final water utility and hydrant plans shall be reviewed and approved by Fire prior to residential construction. 5/5/2021 10:35:48 AM
PCD Project Manager
5/5/2021 8:34:32 AM
Provide current water related documents. The documents provided are from 2013. 5/5/2021 8:34:32 AM
PCD Project Manager
5/5/2021 8:33:29 AM
Provide a stand alone wastewater study that meets todays Code that has accurate up to date data. Provide a complete water report that meets todays Code and has accurate up to date data. 5/5/2021 8:33:29 AM
PCD Project Manager
5/5/2021 8:22:16 AM
IF applicant seeks predevelopment site grading the fee must be paid and the required documents submitted for review. 5/5/2021 8:22:16 AM
RBD Floodplain
5/5/2021 6:54:01 AM
The A zone within the parcels will need to be updated via the Letter of map revision process through FEMA. This process has been taking around 2 years from start to finish on recent projects. below is the RBD subdivision code as it relates to floodplain. call Keith Curtis Floodplain Administrator if you have any questions. 719-327-2898.

RBC313.18.5 Subdivision Proposals. All subdivision proposals shall be consistent with the need to minimize flood damage;
All subdivision proposals shall have public utilities and facilities such as sewer, gas, electrical, and water systems located and constructed to minimize flood damage;
All subdivision proposals shall have adequate drainage provided to reduce exposure to flood damage;
FEMA approved base flood elevation data and 100-year floodplain boundaries shall be provided and shown on plats
for subdivision proposals and other proposed developments that contain at least fifty lots or five (5) acres, whichever is less;
All buildable lots less than two and one half (2½) acres in size are required to be located entirely outside of the 100-year floodplain. Lands within the 100-year floodplain shall be established in a tract, and require that the owner maintain the tract. Buildable lots two
and one half (2½) acres and larger, are required to have the 100-year floodplain contained in a drainage easement dedicated by plat in the name of the governing body with the restrictions of “No Build” and “No Storage of any Materials”; and
If subdivision proposals are located within three hundred (300) feet of a Zone A floodplain, FEMA approved base flood elevations and boundaries are required to be determined and shown on the plat, or provide a Floodplain Certification Letter by a professional engineer or architect licensed by the state of Colorado, stating that “Based on field verified characteristics of the property, the property is reasonably safe from flooding and to the best of the engineer’s knowledge if the 100-year floodplain were studied it would not enter the property in question”.
5/5/2021 6:54:01 AM