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Project Name
Haven Valley PUDSP
Description
PUDSP to allow 98 single family detached dwellings
Location
Parcels
6512200001 6512200001
Applicant
N.E.S.
Andrea Barlow ( abarlow@nescolorado.com )
(719) 471-0073
Andrea Barlow ( abarlow@nescolorado.com )
(719) 471-0073
EA Number
EA20157
File Number
PUDSP217
Project Manager
John Green
Status
Active
Created
11/23/2020 1:14:29 PM

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Review Comments (34)

Link Agency Comment
PCD Project Manager
9/17/2021 3:20:33 PM
Comments will be uploaded once PCD Engineering has completed their review. 9/17/2021 3:20:33 PM
County Attorney - Development Review
8/22/2021 5:10:51 PM
No comments from County Attorney - Development Review at this time. 8/22/2021 5:10:51 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:40:14 PM
Please see redline comments on Water Supply Information Summary 7/2/2021 12:40:14 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:39:41 PM
Please see redline comments on Water Resources Report 7/2/2021 12:39:41 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:38:57 PM
Please see redline comments on Wastewater Report 7/2/2021 12:38:57 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:38:13 PM
Please see redline comments on TIS 7/2/2021 12:38:13 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:37:41 PM
Please see redline comments on Subdivision Summary 7/2/2021 12:37:41 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:37:09 PM
Please see redline comments on Soils Report 7/2/2021 12:37:09 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:35:57 PM
Please see redline comments on PUD Development Plan 7/2/2021 12:35:57 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:34:40 PM
Please see redline comments on Letter of Intent 7/2/2021 12:34:40 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:34:09 PM
Please see redline comments on Landscape Plans 7/2/2021 12:34:09 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:33:28 PM
Please see redline comments on GEC Plan 7/2/2021 12:33:28 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:32:53 PM
Please see redline comments on Fire Commitment Letter 7/2/2021 12:32:53 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:31:51 PM
Please see redline comments on Drainage Report 7/2/2021 12:31:51 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:31:06 PM
Please see redline comments on Deviation Request 7/2/2021 12:31:06 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:30:27 PM
Please see redline comments on Application Form 7/2/2021 12:30:27 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/2/2021 12:29:49 PM
Please see redline comments on Adjacent Owner Notification 7/2/2021 12:29:49 PM
View EPC Parks Department
7/1/2021 8:00:25 AM
See Parks comments attached. 7/1/2021 8:00:25 AM
Fountain
6/23/2021 8:13:21 AM
No comments. 6/23/2021 8:13:21 AM
PCD Engineering Division
6/30/2021 4:36:07 PM
Review 1 comments on the following documents will be uploaded by the project manager:
-letter of intent
-Traffic Impact Study
-Preliminary Drainage Report
-PUD Development plan
-Deviation
-Preliminary GEC plan

reviewed by:
Daniel Torres
danieltorres@elpasoco.com
6/30/2021 4:36:07 PM
View El Paso County Conservation Dist
6/16/2021 9:15:03 AM
6/16/2021 9:15:03 AM
PCD Project Manager
6/16/2021 8:15:13 AM
Review Comments will be uploaded once PCD Engineering review is complete. 6/16/2021 8:15:13 AM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
6/10/2021 10:59:13 AM
STANDARD DEVELOPMENT PLAN COMMENTS:

• Street names have been approved, Enumerations has the list of approved street names from E-9-1-1
• Provide a 100 scale copy or larger of the entire APPROVED development plan (d.p.) 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 D.P. after initial addressing.
• For assignment of addressing for lots and tracts, place addressing marker (xxx) where they are intended to be utilized. Addressing marker for lots should be front door.

Becky Allen
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-799-2707 W: pprbd.org E: beckya@pprbd.org
6/10/2021 10:59:13 AM
EPC Stormwater Review
6/21/2021 3:29:10 PM
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)
- GEC Plan...............(to be uploaded by PM with PCD comments)

Please submit a PBMP Form for the next submittal.

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer I
glennreese@elpasoco.com
6/21/2021 3:29:10 PM
Colorado Geological Survey
6/8/2021 10:45:17 AM
With this referral, CGS received a request to provide Review Comments (Email dated May 13, 2021); Letter of Intent (N.E.S., Inc., May 2021); Planned Unit Development and Preliminary Plan (N.E.S., Inc., April 30, 2021); Letter of Intent (Matrix Design Group, April 19, 2021); Geologic Hazard Evaluation and Due Diligence Geotechnical Investigation (CTL Thompson, Inc. (CTL), Revised March 30, 2021); and other documents.

I understand this planned unit development and preliminary plan referral consists of 98 single-family units on approximately 11.76 acres located at Alturas Drive and Cable Lane.

The site does not contain steep slopes or mapped floodplains, nor is it exposed to any geologic hazards that preclude the proposed development. As noted on page 3 of CTL’s report, “Conditions we identified that may pose hazards or constraints to development include existing undocumented fill.” Also, “We believe these conditions can be mitigated with engineering design and construction methods commonly employed in this area.” CGS agrees with CTL (page 4) that “Undocumented fill should be removed and reworked or replaced,” and “Design-level geotechnical studies should be undertaken to confirm the presence of fill and depths of fill and to provide recommendations for reworking.” CTL’s characterization of the geologic hazards and constraints associated with the site is valid. Provided CTL’s recommendations are adhered to and lot-specific subsurface soil investigations are performed, CGS has no objection to approval of the proposed residential use and density.

Submitted 6/8/2021 by Amy Crandall, Engineering Geologist, Colorado Geological Survey (303-384-2632 or acrandall@mines.edu)
6/8/2021 10:45:17 AM
View Widefield SD 3
6/8/2021 8:40:06 AM
6/8/2021 8:40:06 AM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
6/3/2021 5:07:26 PM
6/3/2021 5:07:26 PM
View EPC Environmental Services
6/1/2021 10:24:58 AM
6/1/2021 10:24:58 AM
County Attorney - Development Review
5/27/2021 8:42:03 PM
No comments from County Attorney - Development Review at this time. 5/27/2021 8:42:03 PM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
5/27/2021 8:05:20 AM
Street names have been approved and added to the reserved name list.

G. West
5/27/2021 8:05:20 AM
Colorado Springs Utilities, Dev, Svc.(includes water resources)
5/25/2021 1:36:13 PM
Hey John,

CSU has no action items at this time. Approval can be recommended.

Thanks,

Ryne Solberg
rsolberg@csu.org
5/25/2021 1:36:13 PM
Fountain Mutual Irrigation Company
5/25/2021 10:48:46 AM
The existing Fountain Mutual Irrigation Co. (FMIC) and Fountain Mutual Metro District (FMMD) canal system lies to the north of the proposed Haven Valley PUD development plan located south of the intersection of Alturas and Cable Lane. The existing FMIC/FMMD canal system was re-constructed back in 1999 as the "Super Ditch" to carry additional storm water flows from the intersection of Hancock Expressway (Main Street) to the Windmill Gulch natural drainageway where the excess drainage flows are discharged into this natural drainage basin by means of a drainage structure.

Due to the fact that this "Super Ditch" not only carries normal irrigation water for FMIC throughout the year but additional storm water flows for FMMD during runoff events anytime throughout the year creates the potential for over topping of the canal with excess storm water from the canal onto this proposed development project due to its topographic location below the canal. In addition, as part of the ditch operation, water is conveyed across numerous properties to provide irrigation and augmentation water to FMIC shareholders. As a natural phenomenon all ditches by necessity seep water along their route, as the FMIC ditch has done due to the character of the land through which the ditch passes and simply as a necessary result of the historical operations of the ditch. FMIC shall not be liable to any property owner as a result of the ditch seepage from the FMIC ditch as long as FMIC continues to maintain and operate the FMIC ditch in accordance with the requirements of Colorado law as applied in light of historical operations of the ditch. FMIC shall have no obligations to line or encase the FMIC ditch to prevent seepage, but may do so as part of its easement rights.

FMIC takes no further exception to the proposed PUD for this proposed development project.
5/25/2021 10:48:46 AM
View Colorado Parks and Wildlife
5/20/2021 10:06:22 AM
5/20/2021 10:06:22 AM
County Attorney - Water
5/13/2021 8:16:37 AM
County Attorney's Office will provide review of water sufficiency following receipt of findings from Colorado Division of Water Resources. Thank you. 5/13/2021 8:16:37 AM