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Project Name
Peyton Fire Protection District Unmanned Station - Subdivision Exemption
Exemption of the subdivision regulations for a public purpose - unmanned fire station for the Peyton Fire Protection District. Legalize new parcel for public purpose
3100000255 3100000255
Fairfield and Woods, P.C.
Christine Francescani ( )
(303) 894-4435
Christine Francescani ( )
(303) 894-4435
EA Number
File Number
Project Manager
Kylie Bagley
12/8/2022 1:16:43 PM

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Review Comments (11)

Link Agency Comment
PCD Project Manager
4/15/2024 3:42:34 PM
No further comments. Planning will reach out to applicant regarding next steps 4/15/2024 3:42:34 PM
PCD Engineering Division
4/5/2024 9:45:30 AM
EPC Engineering has no further comments.

Hao Vo, P.E.
4/5/2024 9:45:30 AM
View EPC Health Department
1/26/2024 9:00:34 PM
1/26/2024 9:00:34 PM
Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD
12/6/2023 3:17:50 PM
The board of directors of the Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD would like more information on where the applicants are getting the water to fill the 30,000 gallon cistern. Is there a well on the property? Do they plan to drill a well if there is not one there? If you could give the district more information on that they can make a more informed decision. Thank you 12/6/2023 3:17:50 PM
View PCD Project Manager
12/6/2023 3:02:58 PM
Subdivision Exemption Plat Redlines - Engineering comments included 12/6/2023 3:02:58 PM
Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
12/6/2023 10:19:55 AM
MVEA has no objection to the subdivision exemption for Peyton Fire District 12/6/2023 10:19:55 AM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
12/5/2023 4:16:38 PM
Enumerations has the following comments:

1. This new parcel will require an address. It is difficult for me to ascertain the exact location of the proposed parcel. As near as I can tell, the proposed eastern property line borders the western property line of parcel 3100000169. Please confirm if that is correct. If it is, then I can assign an address for the new parcel on that basis. If not, then please better indicate the exact location.
2. Once an address is assigned, it should be used when submitting plans for building permit and appear on the exemption plat.

Brent Johnson
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2888 E: W:
12/5/2023 4:16:38 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
12/5/2023 1:27:00 PM
Review 1: EPC DPW Stormwater has no comments on the submitted documents.

Note: An EPC Stormwater Permit (ESQCP) will be needed if/when the site is developed and >1ac of soil is disturbed or >500 cubic yards of soil is moved. If/when the site disturbs >1ac of soil, a stormwater quality treatment facility (PBMP) will be needed for the runoff from the non-excluded areas. Exclusions can be found in our PBMP Applicability Form and ECM Appendix I.7

Reviewed by:
Mikayla Hartford
Stormwater Engineer I
12/5/2023 1:27:00 PM
EPC Code Enforcement
11/30/2023 10:04:04 AM
No comment. 11/30/2023 10:04:04 AM
County Attorney - Water
11/29/2023 9:33:37 AM
Based on the subdivision exemption, it is exempt from the water supply requirements of the Land Development Code. Therefore, the County Attorney's Office will not review for water sufficiency. 11/29/2023 9:33:37 AM
PCD Engineering Division
11/20/2023 9:04:18 AM
Review 1: Please see comments on the following documents (uploaded by project manager):

- Subdivision Exemption Plat

- A Driveway Access Permit is required for the proposed driveway. Please apply for a driveway access permit through EDARP, . 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. A driveway access permit is a requirements to obtain a building permit.

- The Road Impact Fee will be applicable for any new construction and/or land use approval. The fee will be accessed at building permit application or final land use approval, whichever is last. Please visit: for further information and to see the fee schedule. The fee will be assessed under the Public/Institutional Land Use.

Reviewed by:
Carlos Hernandez
11/20/2023 9:04:18 AM