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Project Name
Manley Subdivision Filing No. 2
Description
Partial replat of lot 2 from filing 1 and final plat of remainder parcel
Location
Parcels
4322000013 4322000013 4322005002 4322005002
Applicant
land dev consultants
Daniel Kupferer ( dkupferer@ldc-inc.com )
(719) 528-6133
Daniel Kupferer ( dkupferer@ldc-inc.com )
(719) 528-6133
EA Number
EA20115
File Number
VR2310
Project Manager
Kylie Bagley
Status
Active
Created
9/11/2020 9:01:48 AM

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Review Comments (21)

Link Agency Comment
View PCD Project Manager
7/28/2023 11:55:07 AM
Soils and Geology Report Redlines 7/28/2023 11:55:07 AM
View PCD Project Manager
7/28/2023 11:54:42 AM
Letter of Intent Redlines 7/28/2023 11:54:42 AM
View PCD Project Manager
7/28/2023 11:54:22 AM
Final Plat Redlines 7/28/2023 11:54:22 AM
View PCD Project Manager
7/28/2023 11:54:04 AM
Drainage Letter Redlines 7/28/2023 11:54:04 AM
PCD Engineering Division
7/26/2023 7:51:18 AM
Review 1 comments will be uploaded by the project manager. Review comments on the following documents:

- Letter of Intent
- Final Plat Drawings
- Drainage Letter
- Soils and Geology Report

A PBMP Applicability Form is required to be submitted and completed by a professional engineer. PM please open a slot for applicant to submit in the next review.

A Driveway Access Permit is required for all access points onto a county or private road within unincorporated El Paso County. Please apply for a driveway access permit through EDARP, https://epcdevplanreview.com/ . Under "Getting Started" click on "Initiate a minor application", select Access Permit, and enter a valid email address. A verification code will be sent to the email provided. The verification code will be needed to access the application online.
- Please note each driveway is required to have its own permit. The maximum width allowed for a residential driveway is 24ft.

Reviewed by:
Carlos Hernandez
Review Engineer
carloshernandez@elpasoco.com
7/26/2023 7:51:18 AM
Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD
7/20/2023 3:55:11 PM
The Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD does not have any comments at this time but respectfully reserves the right to comment on any future submittals. 7/20/2023 3:55:11 PM
County Attorney - Water
7/18/2023 4:39:03 PM
Please provide a Water Supply Information Summary and a Water Resources Report meeting the requirements of the El Paso County Land Development Code. 7/18/2023 4:39:03 PM
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
7/7/2023 8:17:56 AM
Thank you for the opportunity to comment. However, at this time CPW has no comment. 7/7/2023 8:17:56 AM
Colorado Geological Survey
6/29/2023 12:17:23 PM
As requested by El Paso County, the Colorado Geological Survey (CGS) has reviewed the application for Manley Subdivision Filing No. 2 (located 38.8973, -104.5497). Available referral documents include a
Soil, Geology, and Geologic Hazard Study, Manley Subdivision Filing No. 2, Curtis Road and Jones Road, El Paso County, Colorado (Entech Job No. 210545, June 23, 2021).
Entech notes that the site contains constraints to development imposed by geology that require specific engineering and construction considerations. They have identified and discussed the potential for expansive soils and bedrock, seasonally high groundwater, shallow bedrock, and erosion. This region also has hazards related to radiation (radon) and seismicity. All these identified conditions related to site geology should be further addressed in the required site-specific soils and foundation investigations.
Entech has identified drainage areas within the lots with the potential to be impacted by seasonally shallow groundwater. Entech states, p. 4, “Due to the size of the proposed lots, these areas can be avoided or redirected around proposed structures or proposed soil treatment areas.” Before approval of the minor subdivision, areas within the identified drainages on site should be designated on the plat as no-build areas unless specific drainage and groundwater studies are conducted during lot development. In addition, the plat should include a note that no inhabitable below grade (basements) will be allowed without additional groundwater evaluations. These drainage and below-grade studies should include evaluations of the anticipated groundwater fluctuation based on groundwater data collected from the site.

Submitted 6/29/2023 by Jonathan R. Lovekin, Senior Engineering Geologist, Colorado Geological Survey: jlovekin@mines.edu
6/29/2023 12:17:23 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
6/29/2023 10:13:32 AM
Regarding a request for approval of plat for Manley Subdivision Filing No. 2, Enumerations has the following comments:

1. The addresses for the existing residences will not change as a result of this plat. The addresses shown on the plat are correct, but the (#) shown with the address is unnecessary.
2. Prior to recording, Enumerations will review the mylar for addressing and title block. There will be no Enumerations fee due since all addresses are existing.


Brent Johnson
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2888 E: brent@pprbd.org W: pprbd.org
6/29/2023 10:13:32 AM
View Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
6/29/2023 8:18:35 AM
See attached comments 6/29/2023 8:18:35 AM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
6/28/2023 11:53:59 AM
6/28/2023 11:53:59 AM
EPC Stormwater Review
6/26/2023 3:36:20 PM
Review 1: EPC DPW Stormwater does not have any comments on this project. There is no proposed soil disturbance so an ESQCP and PBMP are not required.

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer III
GlennReese@elpasoco.com
6/26/2023 3:36:20 PM
County Attorney - Development Review
6/22/2023 2:47:53 PM
No comments from County Attorney - Development Review at this time. 6/22/2023 2:47:53 PM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
6/20/2023 7:54:44 AM
No action for E911 on this submittal.
Thank you.
Justin.
6/20/2023 7:54:44 AM
View Parks Advisory Board
6/16/2023 4:15:21 PM
El Paso County Parks and Community Services Final Comments - Please See Attached Documents (No PAB Endorsement Necessary for Minor Subdivisions and Vacation and Replat Applications) 6/16/2023 4:15:21 PM
View EPC Parks Department
6/16/2023 4:11:08 PM
El Paso County Parks and Community Services Final Comments - Please See Attached Documents (No PAB Endorsement Necessary for Minor Subdivisions and Vacation and Replats) 6/16/2023 4:11:08 PM
Colorado State Forest Service
6/14/2023 8:43:51 AM
The primary wildland fuel type for this proposal is grassland with scattered trees having a low wildfire hazard potential. No special fire mitigation plans or other actions are necessary for final approval by the Colorado State Forest Service. 6/14/2023 8:43:51 AM
Falcon Fire Protection District
6/12/2023 9:03:35 AM
The Falcon Fire Protection District has no objections or concerns for the vacation and replat of filing number 2.

Curtis L. Kauffman
Lieutenant/Fire Inspector
6/12/2023 9:03:35 AM
RBD Floodplain
6/9/2023 1:55:36 PM
The parcels are within 300 ft of an unstudied A zone.
RBC requires ; 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”.

Draft model backed BFEs for this area have been developed as part of Phase 1 for the ongoing El Paso County, CO, Risk MAP Project”. The data has been reviewed and approved through FEMA’s QA/QC process (May 11, 2022) and is currently in the MIP (Case No. 19-08-0037s). The Phase 1/Base Level Engineering outputs and Zone A ready deliverables are, under the following folder:
K:/FY2019/19-08-0037S/Discovery - BLE - El Paso and Teller Counties, CO - FY18 - 04/Discovery Data Capture - Discovery Data Capture - El Paso and Teller Counties, CO - 01/El Paso_Discovery_1

Since the A zone has already been approved by FEMA and is shown not to enter the project area neither a Study or engineers certification letter is required.

Keith Curtis, PE, CFM, LEED AP
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
6/9/2023 1:55:36 PM
View EPC Environmental Services
6/9/2023 11:33:56 AM
6/9/2023 11:33:56 AM