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Project Name
Skyfall Subdivision Filing No. 1 (7985 Burgess Road)
Description
Subdivide the 20 acres parcel into 5 acre rural residential lots in accordance with the current zoning.
Location
Parcels
5221200027 5221200027
Applicant
M.V.E., Inc.
David Gorman ( daveg@mvecivil.com )
(719) 635-5736
David Gorman ( daveg@mvecivil.com )
(719) 635-5736
EA Number
EA215
File Number
MS216
Project Manager
Ryan Howser
Status
Active
Created
1/28/2021 7:43:07 AM

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Review Comments (31)

Link Agency Comment
View PCD Project Manager
9/1/2021 12:10:43 PM
Water supply information summary comment attached. 9/1/2021 12:10:43 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/1/2021 12:10:26 PM
Water resources report comments attached. See also County Attorney comments. 9/1/2021 12:10:26 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/1/2021 12:06:34 PM
Letter of intent comment attached 9/1/2021 12:06:34 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/1/2021 12:06:04 PM
Plat drawing comment attached. 9/1/2021 12:06:04 PM
PCD Engineering Division
9/1/2021 8:05:36 AM
PCD Engineering has no further comments relating to drainage or transportation. Please submit the following documents with the appropriate stamps/signatures.

-Drainage Report

Note to planner: please set review cycle to 5 days.

Reviewed by:
Lupe Packman
Review Engineer
lupepackman@elpasoco.com
9/1/2021 8:05:36 AM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
8/30/2021 3:47:16 PM
The platting fees for this project will be $20.00, $10.00 per lot for the new addresses.


Amy Vanderbeek
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2930 E: Amy@pprbd.org W: 719-327-2953
8/30/2021 3:47:16 PM
County Attorney - Water
8/27/2021 8:19:36 AM
The Augmentation Plan and Water Resources Report state that Ramses Well No. 3 (proposed) will pump 0.94 acre-feet of water per year and Wells No. 1 (existing) and No. 2 (proposed) will pump 0.46 acre-feet of water - all from the Dawson aquifer. The State Engineer (SEO) letter dated 7/14/21 (page 2/paragraph 2) states that the Decree allows for diversion of 0.94 acre-feet annually "from the Denver aquifer for a maximum of 300 years using existing Ramses Well No. 1 ...." The identified well in the SEO letter appears to be inconsistent with the Decree and the reference to the Denver aquifer is inaccurate. Please resolve inconsistency.

Also - please upload the actual Well Permit No. 99861 to EDARP.
Thank you.
8/27/2021 8:19:36 AM
View Black Forest Fire Protection District
8/11/2021 8:55:15 AM
Please the attached letter regarding this project. As this is a 5 lot project there will be a cistern requirement with at least a 30,000 gallon minimum capacity and meet all NFPA and land use requirements. 8/11/2021 8:55:15 AM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
8/11/2021 7:18:40 AM
No new street names requested on this submittal.
No action for E911.
Thank you.
Justin
8/11/2021 7:18:40 AM
View County Attorney - Development Review
8/10/2021 3:12:31 PM
If the developer wishes to include the subdivision in Public Improvement District No. 2, please complete the attached petition in full and submit to the County Attorney's Office, along with a legal description of the subdivision in Word.

State law requires that legal notice of the BoCC hearing to include the property in the PID be published for three weeks. Developer is responsible for reimbursing the County Attorney's Office for the cost of publication.

The inclusion hearing must be held before the plat is recorded and requires 3 weeks of published notice. The County Attorney's Office makes every attempt to schedule the inclusion hearing on the date of BoCC or administrative approval of the plat, or as close thereto as possible. The developer and County Planning are responsible to keep the County Attorney's Office informed of the anticipated plat approval date.
8/10/2021 3:12:31 PM
View Colorado Parks and Wildlife
7/24/2021 10:30:15 AM
7/24/2021 10:30:15 AM
View PCD Project Manager
7/22/2021 2:28:34 PM
Water resources report comments 7/22/2021 2:28:34 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/22/2021 2:28:03 PM
Letter of intent comments 7/22/2021 2:28:03 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/22/2021 2:27:45 PM
Fire protection report comments 7/22/2021 2:27:45 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/22/2021 2:27:16 PM
PCD Engineering & PCD Planning - final plat comments 7/22/2021 2:27:16 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/22/2021 2:26:51 PM
PCD Engineering - drainage report comments 7/22/2021 2:26:51 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/22/2021 2:26:23 PM
Application comments. 7/22/2021 2:26:23 PM
PCD Engineering Division
7/21/2021 5:00:18 PM
Review 1 comments will be uploaded by the project manager. Please address comments on the following documents:

-Drainage report
-Final plat drawing

Reviewed by:
Lupe Packman
Review Engineer
lupepackman@elpasoco.com
719-313-6215
7/21/2021 5:00:18 PM
View Parks Advisory Board
7/20/2021 9:22:37 AM
See final Parks comments attached.

Greg
7/20/2021 9:22:37 AM
View EPC Parks Department
7/20/2021 9:21:32 AM
See final Parks comments attached.

Greg
7/20/2021 9:21:32 AM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
7/15/2021 10:09:45 AM
1. Will the existing home and out building remain on proposed lot 2. Please clarify.
2. Address for lot 1 will be 7965, Lot 2 to remain as 7985, & lot 3 will be 7975 Burgess Road.

STANDARD FINAL PLAT:
• Enumerations will review the mylar prior to plat for address placement, street names, and title block.
• $10.00 per lot and tract platting fee will be due at the time of the review of the mylar,
(2 addresses per lot and tract). If an address is not needed on a tract then no fee applies. Check should be made out to PIKES PEAK REGIONAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT or PPRBD. Paid directly to the Enumerations Department. An additional over the phone transaction fee of $3.50 will apply for any credit card payment.
• A copy of the final recorded plat is required prior to plan submittal for RESIDENTIAL. Amy@pprbd.org
*Temporary Exception: During Covid-19, all mylar review will be reviewed via “pdf”. The mylar will be stamped by Enumerations for accuracy and returned to the applicate and the planner. All payments to be mailed to RBD via a check or credit card payment over the phone. Plats should not be recorded prior to Enumerations receiving payment.

Amy Vanderbeek
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2930 E: Amy@pprbd.org
7/15/2021 10:09:45 AM
Colorado Geological Survey
7/14/2021 1:43:44 PM
The Skyfall Minor Subdivision site (38.9973°, -104.6783°) does not contain any geologic hazards or unusual geotechnical constraints that would preclude the proposed 3-lot residential subdivision. The available referral documents include a Soil, Geology and Geologic Hazard Study (Entech Engineering, June 15, 2021). Entech’s report contains good descriptions of surface and subsurface conditions and makes appropriate recommendations regarding site development. Entech identifies expansive soils, drainage areas, potentially seasonal shallow groundwater, and shallow bedrock, as geologic conditions posing constraints at the site. Entech also discusses the potential for highly expansive bedrock, and erosion hazards. These are also geologic conditions that may pose hazards or constraints at the site. Future site-specific studies should reference and investigate for all of these identified geologic hazards and constraints.

Once building locations have been identified, lot-specific geologic hazard and geotechnical investigations consisting of drilling, sampling, lab testing and analysis will be needed to: characterize soil and bedrock engineering properties such as density, strength, water content, swell/consolidation potential and bearing capacity; determine depths to groundwater, bedrock, and any impermeable layers that might lead to development of a perched water condition; verify the feasibility of full-depth basements, if planned; and provide earthwork, foundation, floor system, subsurface drainage, and pavement recommendations for design purposes. It is imperative that grading, surface drainage, and subsurface drainage are correctly designed, constructed, and maintained to prevent wetting of potentially expansive soils or bedrock in the immediate vicinity of foundation elements.

CGS has no objection to approval of the three-lot minor subdivision as proposed, provided that a note is added to the plat indicating additional site-specific borings or test pits and geologic and geotechnical analysis are required once building locations have been determined. These borings or test pits should be deep enough to determine the feasibility of basements at each site (if planned). Additionally, CGS recommends a note on the plat that identifies the minor drainages and that they require avoidance or drainage studies and site-specific grading to modify flow around proposed structures.

Submitted 7/14/2021 by Jonathan R. Lovekin, P.G. Senior Engineering Geologist, Colorado Geological Survey, jlovekin@mines.edu
7/14/2021 1:43:44 PM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
7/14/2021 11:18:39 AM
7/14/2021 11:18:39 AM
County Attorney - Development Review
7/12/2021 11:27:45 PM
Please advise how the common access easement will be maintained, whether through separate agreement, covenants, or otherwise. 7/12/2021 11:27:45 PM
Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
7/12/2021 3:33:23 PM
See letter dated January 18, 2021 for all easements. No additional comments at this time. 7/12/2021 3:33:23 PM
Academy SD 20 Building Fund
6/30/2021 7:59:01 AM
Academy District 20 is in receipt of File # MS216 for approval of the Skyfall Subdivsion No. 1.

The District is requesting fees in lieu of land dedication per the existing El Paso County Code for the 3 new residential lots that are being created.

If you need additional information, please contact me.

Don Smith
Planning Consultant
6/30/2021 7:59:01 AM
View EPC Environmental Services
6/25/2021 12:57:05 PM
6/25/2021 12:57:05 PM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
6/25/2021 12:45:11 PM
No new street names requested on this submittal.
No action for E911.
Thank you.
Justin
6/25/2021 12:45:11 PM
Black Forest Land Use Committee
6/24/2021 3:55:37 PM
The Black Forest Land Use Committee has reviewed this proposal and recommends approval. 6/24/2021 3:55:37 PM
County Attorney - Water
6/24/2021 10:25:06 AM
County Attorney's Office will review for water sufficiency following receipt of findings from Colorado Division of Water Resources. Thank you. 6/24/2021 10:25:06 AM
View Colorado State Forest Service
6/24/2021 9:53:35 AM
The Colorado State Forest Service recommends that all forested acres be mitigated to reduce the risk of wildfire and that defensible space be created for each dwelling using the standards in the CSFS "Home Ignition Zone Guide" (formerly known as "Quick Guide FIRE 2012-1: Protecting Your Home From Wildfire") located on the Colorado State Forest Service website.

https://csfs.colostate.edu/media/sites/22/2021/04/2021_CSFS_HIZGuide_Web.pdf

In addition, we recommend that all wildfire mitigation be completed before or during dwelling construction.
6/24/2021 9:53:35 AM