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Project Name
Eagleview Preliminary Plan Reconsideration
Description
Reconsideration of SP06021 - approved preliminary plan - final plat never completed
Location
Parcels
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Applicant
Joe DesJardin
Joe DesJardin ( JDesJardin@proterraco.com )
(307) 899-2020
Joe DesJardin ( JDesJardin@proterraco.com )
(307) 899-2020
EA Number
EA2186
File Number
SP216
Project Manager
Ryan Howser
Status
Active
Created
5/14/2021 2:58:40 PM

View: Project Documents



Review Comments (60)

Link Agency Comment
View EPC Stormwater Review
9/22/2022 11:25:52 AM
Drainage Report (comments on drainage map Sheet 4 only) 9/22/2022 11:25:52 AM
EPC Stormwater Review
9/22/2022 11:25:28 AM
Review 2: EPC Stormwater comments have been provided (in orange text boxes) on the following uploaded documents:
- Drainage Report (comments on drainage map Sheet 4 only)

EPC Stormwater comments have been resolved on the following documents:
- PBMP Applicability Form

Documents previously submitted and reviewed with Review #1 that are no longer needed since an ESQCP is not needed and thus no further submittal or review is necessary:
- GEC Plan
- GEC Checklist
- SWMP
- SWMP Checklist

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer II
glennreese@elpasoco.com
9/22/2022 11:25:28 AM
PCD Project Manager
9/21/2022 2:01:57 PM
Please note that additional comments from EPC Stormwater may be forthcoming. 9/21/2022 2:01:57 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/21/2022 2:01:37 PM
TIS comments summary attached 9/21/2022 2:01:37 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/21/2022 2:01:18 PM
PCD Engineering comments - TIS 9/21/2022 2:01:18 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/21/2022 2:32:31 PM
PCD Planning and PCD Engineering comments - preliminary plan 9/21/2022 2:32:31 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/21/2022 2:00:34 PM
PCD Planning - minor comment on LOI 9/21/2022 2:00:34 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/21/2022 1:59:51 PM
Drainage report summary attached 9/21/2022 1:59:51 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/21/2022 1:59:23 PM
PCD Engineering comments - drainage report 9/21/2022 1:59:23 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/21/2022 1:59:01 PM
PCD Engineering comments - deviation 4 9/21/2022 1:59:01 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
9/21/2022 1:55:50 PM
1. Once the road name petition is approved through Department of Public Works for the street name change Arroya Lane to South Arroya Lane you may apply for addresses to the development.
2. Enumerations does not want to surprise the property owners in this development with an address change. Please notify the property owners that will be affect by the street name changes. Please provide Enumerations with a copy of this notification to the property owners.
3. The following addresses will need to have an official address change form mailed out with the official street name change: total of 10 addresses are existing on the south extension. 9555-TSN: 52260-04-005, 9630-TSN: 52260-02-015, 9635-TSN: 52260-04-004, 9670-TSN: 52260-02-011, 9675-TSN: 52220-04-003, 9720-TSN: 52260-02-010, 9725-TSN: 52260-00-003, 9760-TSN: 52260-02-006, 9825-TSN: 52260-03-001, & 9850-TSN: 52260-02-005. Enumerations has not received the information required for the address changes. See link for information needed to complete. https://www.pprbd.org/File/Resources/Downloads/Addressing/REQUEST_TO_CHANGE_ADDRESS.pdf
Typically each address change would be completed and mailed via certified mail to each property owner separately at a fee of $50.00, which would be at the cost of $500.00. If it is desired all 10 addresses can be placed on a single address change form with a single fee of $50.00 for all 10 address changes. After thought, each property owner is required to receive a separate certified document therefore, the cost would be $7.82 per address change for the weight of the mailing plus the single fee of $50.00. Total $50.00 + 78.20=$128.20
4. A new street sign would need to be posted once the street name was approved. Please keep in touch with Enumerations as to the time frame the sign will be posted, so that the address changes/street name change forms can be mailed out.
5. Again, 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.


Amy Vanderbeek
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2930 E: Amy@pprbd.org
9/21/2022 1:55:50 PM
PCD Engineering Division
9/20/2022 3:59:49 PM
Review #2:
Redline comments on the followings documents will be uploaded by the project manager:
* Preliminary Plan
* Drainage Report
* Traffic Impact Study
* Deviation Request 4 - Burgess Road

Comments Resolved on the following documents:
- OWTS Report
- Fire Protection Report
- Letter of Intent
- Deviation #1 - Turn lane at Burgess (Withdrawn)
- Grading and Erosion Control Plan (Withdrawn, no early grading requested)
- Deviation #2 - Cul-de-sac length
- Deviation #3 - Raygor Rd

Reviewed by:
Gilbert LaForce, PE
gilbertlaforce@elpasoco.com
9/20/2022 3:59:49 PM
View EPC Parks Department
9/15/2022 11:27:32 AM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Final Comments, Review #2 - Please See Attached Documents (Originally PAB Endorsed on 01/12/2022) 9/15/2022 11:27:32 AM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
9/8/2022 10:00:30 AM
Streetnames previously approved.
No action for E911 on this submittal.
Thank you.
Justin
9/8/2022 10:00:30 AM
County Attorney - Development Review
9/7/2022 1:27:55 PM
No comments from County Attorney - Development Review at this time. 9/7/2022 1:27:55 PM
View EPC Environmental Services
9/6/2022 12:37:25 PM
9/6/2022 12:37:25 PM
County Attorney - Water
9/6/2022 9:17:18 AM
Please provide documentation showing water rights are now owned by PT Eagleview, LLC.

Also, water demand has changed from the original proposal in 2007 (15.20/AF) to the current water demand of 17.86/AF as reflected in the updated Water Supply Information Summary and updated Water Resources Report. The County Attorney's Office will provide an updated review of water sufficiency following receipt of updated findings from the Colorado Division of Water Resources.
9/6/2022 9:17:18 AM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
2/3/2022 3:05:21 PM
We have reviewed your current submittal for Eagleview Subdivision. Please refer to the State Engineers Office opinion in the letter dated August 30, 2007. 2/3/2022 3:05:21 PM
View EPC Health Department
1/29/2022 1:28:15 PM
1/29/2022 1:28:15 PM
View Parks Advisory Board
1/13/2022 9:55:55 AM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Final Comments - Please See Attached Documents (PAB Endorsed 01/12/2022) 1/13/2022 9:55:55 AM
PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:33:19 PM
Due to the volume and nature of comments returned, the second review will be treated as a first review. You may expect additional comments received on subsequent review. Project Manager recommends scheduling a meeting with PCD Staff to discuss comments if there are any questions or clarifications needed. 1/12/2022 2:33:19 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:26:46 PM
PCD Engineering and EPC Stormwater comments - grading & erosion control plan 1/12/2022 2:26:46 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:26:18 PM
PCD Planning comments - water supply summary 1/12/2022 2:26:18 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:25:59 PM
PCD Planning comments - water resources report 1/12/2022 2:25:59 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:25:04 PM
PCD Engineering comments - traffic impact study 1/12/2022 2:25:04 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:24:43 PM
PCD Planning comments - subdivision summary sheet 1/12/2022 2:24:43 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:20:10 PM
PCD Planning and PCD Engineering comments - preliminary plan 1/12/2022 2:20:10 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:18:46 PM
PCD Engineering comments - OWTS report 1/12/2022 2:18:46 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:16:35 PM
PCD Planning comments - natural gas commitment 1/12/2022 2:16:35 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:16:07 PM
PCD Planning comments - mineral rights certification 1/12/2022 2:16:07 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:15:33 PM
PCD Planning and PCD Engineering comments - letter of intent 1/12/2022 2:15:33 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:14:48 PM
PCD Planning and PCD Engineering comments - fire protection report 1/12/2022 2:14:48 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:14:20 PM
PCD Engineering and EPC Stormwater comments - drainage report 1/12/2022 2:14:20 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:08:42 PM
PCD Engineering comments - deviation 3 raygor road 1/12/2022 2:08:42 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:08:16 PM
PCD Engineering comments - deviation 2 cul de sac length 1/12/2022 2:08:16 PM
View PCD Project Manager
1/12/2022 2:07:36 PM
PCD Engineering comments - deviation 1 1/12/2022 2:07:36 PM
View Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD
1/11/2022 2:58:48 PM
1/11/2022 2:58:48 PM
View Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD
1/11/2022 2:57:39 PM
1/11/2022 2:57:39 PM
PCD Engineering Division
1/12/2022 9:43:24 AM
Review #1: Due to the quantity and nature of comments the resubmittal will be treated as a first submittal. Expect new/additional comments on the resubmittal.

Redline comments on the followings documents will be uploaded by the project manager:
- OWTS Report
- Fire Protection Report
- Preliminary Plan
- Letter of Intent
- Deviation #1 - Turn lane at Burgess
- Deviation #2 - Cul-de-sac length
- Deviation #3 - Raygor Rd
- Drainage Report
- Grading and Erosion Control Plan
- Traffic Impact Study

Submit the following documents in association with the pre-development grading & erosion control:
- Final Drainage Report
- ESQCP
- Financial Assurance Estimate
- Pre-Development Grading Acknowledgement and Right of Access Form


Reviewed by:
Gilbert LaForce, PE
gilbertlaforce@elpasoco.com
1/12/2022 9:43:24 AM
View EPC Stormwater Review
1/5/2022 4:53:23 PM
SWMP Checklist 1/5/2022 4:53:23 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
1/5/2022 4:53:02 PM
SWMP 1/5/2022 4:53:02 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
1/5/2022 4:51:57 PM
PBMP Applicability Form 1/5/2022 4:51:57 PM
View EPC Stormwater Review
1/5/2022 4:51:35 PM
GEC Checklist 1/5/2022 4:51:35 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
1/5/2022 4:51:12 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)
- GEC Checklist
- PBMP Applicability Form
- SWMP
- SWMP Checklist

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer II
glennreese@elpasoco.com
1/5/2022 4:51:12 PM
View Colorado Department of Transportation - Pueblo Office
1/5/2022 2:15:09 PM
1/5/2022 2:15:09 PM
View Colorado Parks and Wildlife
1/5/2022 11:53:25 AM
1/5/2022 11:53:25 AM
View Colorado Parks and Wildlife
1/5/2022 11:52:23 AM
1/5/2022 11:52:23 AM
Colorado Geological Survey
1/5/2022 8:27:11 AM
With this referral, CGS received a request to provide Review Comments (Email dated December 15, 2021); Preliminary Plan (N.E.S., December 10, 2021); Letter of Intent (N.E.S., Inc., December 2021); and Soil, Geology, and Geologic Hazard Study (Entech Engineering, Inc., revised November 19, 2021).

The Eagleview Preliminary Plan Reconsideration (38.9804, -104.6402) does not contain any identified geologic hazards or unusual geotechnical constraints that would preclude the proposed development of 38 single-family residential lots on approximately 121.21 acres. The site is not located in an area designated as a floodplain per FEMA. As noted in Entech’s report, geologic conditions that will impose some constraints on development include areas of seasonally shallow groundwater, potentially seasonally shallow groundwater, drainage areas, artificial fill, expansive soils, and potentially unstable slopes along the main drainages. CGS agrees with Entech on page 14, “Individual investigations for building sites and septic systems will be required prior to construction.” Provided Entech’s recommendations are strictly adhered to, CGS has no objection to approval of the preliminary plan. We offer the following comments and recommendations.

Shallow groundwater and basement feasibility: As stated on page 7 in Entech’s report, “seasonally shallow groundwater evidence was encountered in Test Pit Nos. 3 and 6 at depths of 3 to 5 feet below ground surface.” CGS agrees with Entech on page 8 that “Further investigation is recommended prior to construction in these areas to further delineate groundwater depths.” CGS recommends that site-specific geotechnical investigations be performed to further evaluate/monitor groundwater levels and determine the feasibility of basements/crawl spaces. Proposed floor levels should be at least three feet above maximum anticipated groundwater levels and maintained year-round. Since the lot sizes are larger (minimum size of 2.5 acres), areas that contain seasonally or potentially seasonally shallow groundwater should be avoided.

Potentially Unstable Slopes: As indicated in Entech’s report (page 9) in reference to potentially unstable slopes, “These are in areas of steep slopes due to erosion along some of the drainages on site. Due to lot sizes, these slopes can be avoided by construction.” CGS agrees with Entech’s recommendation, “A minimum setback of 30 feet should be maintained between buildings/septic systems and the crest of the slopes.”

Comments uploaded to El Paso County Development Application Review on 1/5/2022 by Amy Crandall, P.E., Engineering Geologist, Colorado Geological Survey (acrandall@mines.edu).
1/5/2022 8:27:11 AM
US Fish Wildlife, Ecological Svcs. (USDOI, Fish & Wildlife Svc.)
1/4/2022 3:34:26 PM
Hello, Ryan Howser -

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) has reviewed the documents associated with the Eagleview Preliminary Plan Reconsideration, located southwest of the junction of Arroya Lane and Raygor Road in El Paso County. The Service has no concerns with this project resulting in impacts to species listed as candidate, proposed, threatened, or endangered.

We wanted to provide a correction to information on page 25 of the file entitled, “Eagle View Biological Report.” It says, “Because the site is above the altitudinal threshold for ULTO surveys of 6,500 feet, no further due diligence is recommended.” However, Ute ladies’-tresses orchids have an upper limit of 7,000 feet in elevation in Colorado.

We recommend that you review the Service’s migratory bird guidance on avoiding and minimizing impacts (https://www.fws.gov/birds/management/project-assessment-tools-and-guidance/conservation-measures.php) and our nationwide standard conservation measures (https://www.fws.gov/migratorybirds/pdf/management/nationwidestandardconservationmeasures.pdf).

If there is a “No Effect” determination, there is no need to contact our office.

We appreciate your efforts to ensure the conservation of threatened and endangered species. Thank you for contacting us and please let me know if you have any further questions. I can be reached at 303-236-4758 or at jen_williams@fws.gov.

Reference: Projects\EL PASO COUNTY\EAGLEVIEW PRELIMINARY PLAN RECONSIDERATION\2022-TA-0334
1/4/2022 3:34:26 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
1/4/2022 11:15:22 AM
1. Enumerations is suggesting that the existing south extension of Arroya Lane be named South Arroya Lane. If the street name is approved the following addresses will need to have an official address change form mailed out with the official street name change: total of 10 addresses are existing on the south extension. 9555-TSN: 52260-04-005, 9630-TSN: 52260-02-015, 9635-TSN: 52260-04-004, 9670-TSN: 52260-02-011, 9675-TSN: 52220-04-003, 9720-TSN: 52260-02-010, 9725-TSN: 52260-00-003, 9760-TSN: 52260-02-006, 9825-TSN: 52260-03-001, & 9850-TSN: 52260-02-005.
Typically each address change would be completed and mailed via certified mail to each property owner separately at a fee of $50.00, which would be at the cost of $500.00. If it is desired all 10 addresses can be placed on a single address change form with a single fee of $50.00 for all 10 address changes. Please clarify.
2. A new street sign would need to be posted once the street name was approved. If approved, please keep in touch with Enumerations as to the time frame the sign will be posted, so that the address changes/street name change forms can be mailed out.
3. 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.
4. Provide a 100 scale copy or larger of the entire APPROVED development plan (d.p./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 D.P. after initial addressing.
5. An email from Justin Annan, with El Paso-Teller County 9-1-1 Authority to receive 3 additional street names for the cul de sacs. The reserved street names is required to be emailed to the Enumerations department. Amy Vanderbeek Amy@pprbd.org;

Amy Vanderbeek
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2930 E: Amy@pprbd.org
1/4/2022 11:15:22 AM
View Falcon Fire Protection District
12/29/2021 2:02:26 PM
12/29/2021 2:02:26 PM
View EPC Parks Department
12/28/2021 4:09:55 PM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Preliminary Comments - Please See Attached Documents (To be presented to the Park Advisory Board for endorsement on 01/12/2022) 12/28/2021 4:09:55 PM
Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
12/27/2021 1:57:38 PM
Mountain View Electric Association has no objections to the current plan. 12/27/2021 1:57:38 PM
View 911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
12/22/2021 9:24:57 AM
South Arroya Lane – Acceptable – meets criteria for preliminary approval with E911
- As this development requires a name change to an existing road (Arroya Ln to South Arroya Ln), a road name petition must be approved through the Dept of Public Works before final authorization. See attached “Name Change Procedure” document.

Flaming Sun Dr – Logical continuation of existing road

For the purpose of more efficient emergency response, E911 also recommends that the three cul de sacs depicted in the plan drawing be assigned street names.

Street name documentation can be found on the E911 website at:
http://elpasoteller911.org/191/Street-Name-Database

Thank you
Justin
12/22/2021 9:24:57 AM
View EPC Environmental Services
12/21/2021 10:16:55 AM
12/21/2021 10:16:55 AM
County Attorney - Development Review
12/17/2021 11:33:56 AM
The County Attorney's Office will provide review of water sufficiency following findings from the State Engineer's Office. 12/17/2021 11:33:56 AM
Colorado State Forest Service
12/17/2021 8:15:51 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. 12/17/2021 8:15:51 AM
County Attorney - Water
12/16/2021 11:04:00 AM
County Attorney's Office will review for water sufficiency following receipt of findings from Colorado Division of Water Resources. Thank you. 12/16/2021 11:04:00 AM
View El Paso County Conservation Dist
12/16/2021 9:16:10 AM
12/16/2021 9:16:10 AM
View El Paso County Conservation Dist
12/16/2021 9:15:52 AM
12/16/2021 9:15:52 AM