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04/03/2018 08 Right-of-Way Vacation, Vicinity of Roosevelt Ave East of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal TrailBUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT 1 Item No. 8. For Meeting of: April 3, 2018 ITEM TITLE: Open record public hearing and Ordinance to consider the Hearing Examiner's recommendation regarding a right-of-way petition submitted by 18th Ave Properties LLC to vacate a portion of Roosevelt Ave that extends east of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport, Al CP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Trevor Martin, Associate Planner (509) 575-6162 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: On October 27, 2017, the City of Yakima Department of Community Development received a petition from Ken Nass, for the vacation of a portion of platted right-of-way. The proponent has requested this vacation in order to use the right-of-way for parking for the adjacent businesses and add additional tax revenue to the City. (Legal description and site plan included in File No. RWV#001-17.) There are no future City plans for development of the subject right-of-way. The City of Yakima records indicate that the subject right-of-way was originally dedicated to the County of Yakima by the Plat of McGlothern Homes Sites Number 6 on June 28, 1946. On January 25, 2018, and continued to February 8, 2018, the Hearing Examiner for the City of Yakima conducted an open -record public hearing regarding the requested right-of-way vacation. No comments were received during the open record public hearing. On February 23, 2018, the Hearing Examiner issued a Recommendation stating that the platted street right-of-way be vacated pending City Council approval. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Pass Ordinance. BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Hearing Examiner recommended approval on February 23, 2018 ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date 0 CrdinanceRoosevelt RWV 3/23/2018 0 • plete Record 18thAwPropRWV 3/21/2018 2 Type Ordinance Backup Material 3 AN ORDINANCE ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - relating to land use; vacating a portion Roosevelt Ave. right-of-way that extends east of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail in the City of Yakima, Washington. WHEREAS, by petition dated October 27, 2017 (Petition #17-08), Ken Nass, requested to vacate a portion of platted City of Yakima right-of-way more particularly described in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, the City of Yakima has no future plans for development of this paved, platted street right-of-way; and WHEREAS, the applicants/petitioners for this right-of-way vacation, own more than the necessary two thirds of the parcels abutting the property subject to this petition for vacation; and WHEREAS, on December 11, 2017, the City of Yakima Planning Division issued a Notice of Petition and Public Hearing in accordance with YMC § 16.05.050, no written comments were received during the 20 day public comment period; and WHEREAS, on January 25, 2018, and continued to February 8, 2018, the Hearing Examiner for the City of Yakima conducted an open -record public hearing regarding the requested right-of-way vacation, no comments were received during the open record public hearing; and WHEREAS, on February 23, 2018, the Hearing Examiner issued Hearing Examiner's Recommendation regarding RWV#001-17, (the "recommendation") recommending that the platted street right-of-way be vacated, and said recommendation is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as Exhibit "B"; and WHEREAS, at an open -record public hearing held on April 3, 2018, the City Council considered the requested right-of-way vacation, including the documents and other evidence which comprise the record developed before the Hearing Examiner, the Hearing Examiner's Recommendation, and the statements and comments of interested persons; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the considerations of the Hearing Examiner in response to the requirements and criteria of RCW Chapter 35.79, together with the City of Yakima Chapter 14.21, are correct and appropriate, and that the same should be adopted by the City Council as its findings herein; and WHEREAS, in accordance with YMC § 14.21.070(4), No compensation is required to be paid by the applicant to the City due to the fact the City has not purchased, maintained, or made any changes to the subject right-of-way; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that it is in the best interest of the City to enact the following to approve the requested right-of-way vacation; now, therefore 4 BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF YAKIMA: Section 1. The portion of street to be vacated is located in the vicinity of Roosevelt Ave. and 18th Ave. in the City of Yakima, Washington, more particularly described in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, is hereby vacated by the City of Yakima. Section 2. The findings, conclusions and conditions within the February 23, 2018 Hearing Examiner's Recommendation (RWV#001-17) regarding this right-of-way vacation are hereby adopted by the City Council as its findings, conclusions and conditions in support hereof, pursuant to YMC Chapter 14.21 and RCW Chapter 35.79, and are incorporated herein by this reference as if fully set forth herein. Section 3. The right-of-way vacation granted by this ordinance is expressly conditioned on the applicant's satisfaction of the following conditions, as stated on pages 11 and 12 of the Hearing Examiner's Recommendation: 1. Public access and utility easements shall be reserved for a City sanitary sewer line and for a City storm water drainage line within the street right- of-way area proposed for vacation which shall be 20 feet wide or of a width otherwise determined to be necessary by the City Engineer pursuant to YMC Chapter 12.02 and YMC § 14321.060. 2. A 20 -foot -wide access easement shall be reserved and recorded for access by delivery vehicles for business purposes to the rear of the building at 1702 Englewood Avenue. 3. The portion of Roosevelt Avenue right-of-way requested by the petition shall be vacated, and the petitioners shall provide a new legal description and survey required by YMC § 14.21.110. 4. Upon vacation, the vacated right-of-way shall have the Comprehensive Plan designation of Industrial and the zoning classification of Light Industrial (M-1). Section 4. Severability: If any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance is declared invalid or unconstitutional for any reason, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. Section 5. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect 30 days after its passage, approval, and publication as provided by law and by the City Charter, and the vacation approved herein shall be effective upon recording with the Yakima County Auditor. PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL at a regular meeting and signed and approved this 3rd day of April, 2018. ATTEST: Kathy Coffey, Mayor Sonya Claar Tee, City Clerk Publication Date: Effective Date: 5 Exhibit "A" 6 PETITION NM CITY OF TARIM HINGTON T` ON TO VACATE STREETOR AILEY To rt Yakima, ar Was h un #rd } etrkieriers Tl YAKIMA TY CL RCW ChapI r 36.79, n' i u t t t t �d�i it deep d trm•.,;t d puo FLEW en sled pet n The u arkP P Y hca in the ray tit p eedinghereonf the rarr rrrrtr prrid try RONqtr. X5.79, ffr INDEX 7 Exhibit "B" City of Yakima, Washington Hearing Examiner's Recommendation Fehrusty 23, 2018 In the Matter of an Application/Petition for Vacation of Street Right -of -Way Submitted by: 186 Ave Properties Ilk And Steven and Kathy Clark To Vacate a Portion of Roosevelt Avenue Street Right -of -Way between North le Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail RWV8001-17 Petition No. 17-08 Resolution No. R-2017-148 A. Introduction. horoduentry findings relative to the open record public hearing process for this requested street right-ofnaray vacation for a portion of Roosevelt Avenue east of North 18Ih Avenue may be sunimarizcd as follows: (I) The Hearing E. iner conducted an open record public hearing for this application/petition which began on January 25, 2018, and which was completed on Feb 8, 2018. (2) Associate Planner Eric Crowell presemed the Planning Division staff report which WaS moored by Associate Planner Trevor Martin and which recommended approval of the requested street right-of-way vacation subject to conditiona 1 K Ave Prodernes And Steven and Kathy Clark Street linghinotnWay Vuennen Portion of Rmsevelt Avenue RWVA000 ler; Petition No. 1743 8 Ave Properties LLC and the 50 -foot -wide right-of-way area proposed for vacation which abuts the north boundary of the property owned by 18m ANT Propedies LLC, (8) No one other than Mr, Noss and Mr, Shafer any ; to testify at the January 25, 2018, hearing relative to this petition, Since State law provides that any vacated street right-of-way shall helong to the abutting owners on each side, one half to each, and since reservation of an access easement was being recommended Mr the rear roll up doors of a building that would otherwise be denied access to a street, the Hearing Examiner continued the hearing to Februi 8, 2018,, at 9:00 a,m, order to allow Mr. Noss more time to mange for fo al instruments to obtain the Clark property and an agreement as to limitations on the times for utilizing the access easement The contin- uance WaS noted on the record and posted at the entrance to the hearing room, (9) A written comment dated February 5, 201 R, was received from Mr. Noss indicating that he had spoken with the representative or the property at 1702 Englewood Avenue and that they had reached a private agreo ent between themselves regarding the times for using the access ement and th fore wished to rescind the previous rattiest for limitations imposed by the City in that regard, (10) The hearing concluded on Febmary 8, 2018, with comments relative to the need tbr Mr, Noss to have fo al written instruments and perhaps the City's approval of a boundary line adjustment for his agfe ents with the other abutting property ers. (11) This st t right-of-way vacation recommendatam is being submitted within ten business days of the conclusion of the open record public timing on February 8, 2018, B. Summary of Recommendation. The Hearing Examiner recommends that the Yaki - City Council approve this request to vacate a portion of Roosevelt Avenue street right-ofiway front North 18* ANTIMC easterly to the Powerhouse Canal Trail, subject. to conditions. C. Basis fiir Reesiisirtieisdatiiiii Based upon his view of the site with t I- . ou anyetrie e Se 188 Ave Promities RIX And Steven and Kathy Clark St Rightrof-Way V is lion Portion of Roosevelt AVCWie R n001-17; Petition No. 174S present on January 20, 2018; the staff report. exhibits, testimony and evidence presented at an open record public bearing beginning on January 25, 2018, and concluding on Feb my 8, 2018; and a revi of the State of Washington street right-of-way vacation isions in Chapter 35.79 of the Revised Code of Washington and the City of Yakima street right-of-way vacation pmvisions in Chapter 14,21 of the Yakima Municipal Code; the Hearing Examiner makes the following: FINDINGS I. Applicants, Petitioners and Properts Owners. The applicants, petitioners and property owners are: (1) le Ave Propmrties EEC as to the property abutting tbe area proposed for vacation on Me south, which is about 50% of the abutting propeny; and (2) Steven Clark and Kathy Clark who own about 40% of the property abutting the area of the my:posed vacation on the north, The owner of about 10% °lithe pmperty abutting the easternmost area of the proposed vacation on the north side, Prodigy 3 LTC, is not an applicant or petitioner for this street right-of-way vacation. II. Description of Right -of -War Vacation Request. 'file main aspects this street right-of-way vacation request may be summarized •as foil. u: (1) This is a request to vacate the portion of Roosevelt Avenue street right-of- way between North le Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail easterly thereof. The petition was received on October 27, 2017, (2) The stated purpose for the request in to allow the i a to bie utilized by adjacent businesses for parking and to provide additional tax revenue for the City. The le Ave Properties LI And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Ristasof-Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue R 11-Iti Petition No. 17 4 9 10 legal description and site plan are included in the City Planning Division File No. RWV800 1 - 1 '7. (3) The parcels that abut the portion of street tight -of -way proposed for vacation are Assessor's Tax Parcel Numbees 1 and 181123-11510 on the south and 181323-11412, 181323-11519 and 181323-11526 on the north (4) The applicants and petitioners 5 the owners of about 90% of the property abutting the area proposed for vacation: (5) The portion of Roosevelt Avenue street bght-of-way proposed for vacation between North 18th Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail is 50 feet. wide until it tapers to a point where it abuts the Powerhouse Canal Trail on the east (6) City of Yakima records indicate that the subject right-of-way was originally dedicated to Yakima County by the Plat of MeGlothern Home Sites No. 6 on June 28, 1946. It was subsequently annexed to the City of Yakima on May I, 1998. It has 110 curb, gutter or sidewalks. No record was found of any expenditure of public funds for maintenance or improvement of the area proposed for vacation, JIL Notices. Notice of the hearing was given on EXcerntxr 5, 2017, when the City Council adopted Resolution No. R-2017-148 setting the hearing for January 25, 2018, and was also subsequently given more than osprey days before the h ing in the manner required by RCW 35.'79.020 and in Addis al ways on the following dates: Posting of notice on the property: Pulnishing of notice in the Yakima licreld-Republica Mailing of notice to the property owners within 300 feet: Posting of notice in three public, places: Dee ber 8, 201'7 December 11, 2017 December II, 2017 December 13, 2017 IV. Hearing Examiner Jurisdiction. The Yakima Municipal Code provides in Sub- section 1.43.080(11) that the H. ing Ere', iner shall conduct public hearings on petitions arid resolutions to vacate streets and public rights-of-way pursuant to RCW Chapter 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Nos.,: • velt Avenue RWVN141-17a Pad Nik CNN 11 35.79 and that decisions of the Hearing Examiner on such ma ters shall cons itute recommendations to the Yakima City Council. V. Environmental Review. Street vacations are categorically exempt from State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) review per WAC 197-11-800(2)(0 and Chapter 6,88 of thc Yakima Municipal Code. VI. Traffic Study. The City Traffic Engineer has dete Med that a traffic study is not required for this street right-of-way vaeation request. V11, Comprehensive Plum Street rights-of-way do not have a Comprehensive Plan designation, Upon approval of street right-of-way vacations, the vacated areas receive the, comprehensive Plan designation of the abutting properties. The Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan designates all of the property abutting the area to be vacated as Industrial. If the City Council approves the requested street right-of-way vacation„ the Comprehensive Plan designation of the vacated properly be Industrial. Zonin nd Uses. Street rights-of-way do not have a zoning classification, Upon approval of street right-of-way vacationk the vacated areas receive the zoning classification of the abutting properties in accordance with the final provision contained within YMC §15.22,0611 All of the pmperty abutting the area to be vacated has the Light Industrial (M-1) zoning classification. If the City Council approves the requested street right-of-way vacation, the zoning of the vacated area be Light Industrial (M-1). The S' Ave Properties LLC Aud Stevan and Kathy Clark Street RighteefeWay V hen Portion of $ sevelt Avenue RWV "11 1-1 7; Petition No.17-08 12 roperties n Direction North South East West the area to be vacated have the following zoning and land uses: Laird se Storage finits/Warchouse Storage UnitslOffiews Powerhouse Canal Trail Storage Unitskanidences IX. Development Seffices Team. The City's Development Services Team (DST) met on November 21, 2017. No City divisions indicated any plans for improvements to the portion of Roosevelt AVC1111e right-of-way proposed for vacation, and a review of City records did not disclose the expenditure of my public funds for its maintenance or improvement. The following DST comments were received: (1) S pr: An easement shall he reserved by the City for the existing sanitary: sewer line that drains east to NAVA through the area to be vacattatt No construction shall be all ted over the sanitary sower line or its easement Thc petitioners shall provide a recording indicating the location of the sewer line along with the sement area to he resented by the City. (2) Storm Water: There is a City of Yakima drain line ming underneath this parcel. NO constmction will be allowed twer the drain line or its easement. if the petitioners wish to move the drain line, they will have to do so at their own expense after first submitting engineered plans to the Surface Water Engineer for revi and approval. These plans must be done hy a licensed engineer from Washington State. Criteria for the Vacation which treet Ri ht-of.Wa . The following five criteria set forth in YMC §14-.21.050 arc considered irt determining the propriety and requisites of street rightsofiway vacations: 1.8P Ave P 4 -riles LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street RighOofAVay Vacation Portion of Rentovelt Anemic RWVMX11-17; Petition No; 17 13 (1) The public benefit, reason for, and limitations of the proposed righi-of- way vacation. The public benefit that would result from the proposed right-of-way vacation would be to relieve the City from ever having to maintain a short portion of a 50 -foot -wide street right-of-way which dead ends at the Powerhouse Canal Trail; which has insufficient width for traffic to turn around; which has been privately fenced and gated to prevent public use since the 1990s; and which could become a nuisance to thc detriment of adjacent properties if it were opened for public use. Thereason for the requested street vacation expressed hy 18th Ave Properties 1.LC is to allow the use of the arca by adjacent businesses for parking and to provide tax revenue for the City. It would also dispense with the need for petitioners to obtain an annual encroaehment permit for the encroachment of the fence across the right-of-way. The proposed right-of-way vacation would he limited to the Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way between North 18th Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail and would be subject 10 easements for access to a parcel on the east end of the area to be vacated and for a sewer line and a storm water drainage line within the area to be vacated. (2) Whether the vacation of right-of-way would deny sole access to a public street or alley for any property. The re -quested street right-of-way vacation would not deny sole access to a public street or alley for any property because all abutting parcels to the south and to the north of the arca proposed for vacation have access to either Englewood Avenue or North 18' Avenue. However, it Would deny sole access to a street for the pull up doors in the rear of the building at 1702 Englewood Avenue. In response to the written com.ment from Matthew Sevigny, the stall' report recommended that an access easement over the north 20 feet of the area to be vacated be reserved for business access to the roll up doors in the rear of the building on Assessor's Tax Parcel No. 181323-11526 owned by Prodigy 3 LLC which is located on the north side of the east end of the area proposed for vacation. His c-omment indicated that this portion of the Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way has been used for deliveries and access to the rear of the building on that parcel for more than 30 years even though its primary access and frontage is at 1702 Englewood Avenue. Since Petitioner Ken Nass had requested specific restrictions on the manner of using the recommended access easetnent to that parcel, the hearing was continued from January 251b to February. 8th for him to discuss restrictions on access with the owner of the property. Mr. Nass thereafter indicated by an email of February 5, 2018, that he and a representative of the owner of the 1702 Fnglewood Avenue parcel had reached a private agreement between themselves regarding the times Ave Prorenics I:1,C And Steven and Kathy Clark Sired Right -of -Way Vacation portion or Roosevelt Avenue liNVV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 of accessibility for use of the reserved access easement and wished to rescind the previous request that the City impose limitations regarding same. (3) Whether the proposal is consistent with existing plans of the city, such as the six-year transportation improvement Mau, the urban area comprehensive plan or other official city plans and policies. Neither the Chyis ettiTent Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) nor arty other City plans or policies contain any plans to improve the rightiof-way area that is pmposed for vacation, (4) Whether the vacation is appropriate with existing and anticipated zoning and land use. The existing and anticipated future aming of the nearby area is Light Industrial (Mil) which will not be aftbcted by the requested st t vacation. The existing and anticipated land uses of the nearby area which are Light Industrial land uses will be benefited by the requested street vacation b- t use it will allow adjacent businesses to use the vacated area for parking without having to obtain annual encroachment permits from the City for the existing fence which is an encroachment across the public right-ofiway, (5) Whether there are any public or franchised utilities in Me right-of-way to be vacated and, if so, whether they be relocated, or whether an easement will need to be reserved. The City of Yakima Storm Water and Wastewater Divisions have indicated that easements need to be reserved for a City sanitary sewer line and for a City storm water drainage line within the street riginattiway a proposed for vacation. They will need to 20 feet wide or of a width that is otherwise dete ined to be necessary by the City Engineer p -want to YMC Chapter 12.02. Such ements are required to be resented by the City pursuant to YMC 6'14.21.060. Xl. Compensation to the City,. YMC §14.21.070(4) exempts the petitioners for this street vacation from having to pay compensation to the City for the vacated property because of the following circumstances which are all present in this situation: "4, No compensation may be required if the city has not purchased, maintained, or made any improvements to the public rightsofiway, there is no pl. ed or anticipated public purpose existing for maintaining the public rightsofsway as determined by the planning commission. or development services team (DST), and 1.10 Ave Properties HA' And Steven and Kathy Clark Street RighterNay Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV0001-17; Petition No. 17 9 14 15 the public right-obway has been a dedicated fight -of -way in the city for at least five years," CONCLUSIONS Based upon the foregoing Findings, the 11- n Examiner reaches the tbilowing onclusions: (1) The Bearing Examiner has jurisdiction mil authority by virtue of Subsection 1.43,080(H) of the Yakima Municipal Code to conduct an open record public hearing regarding an application, petition and resolution to vacate a public street right-of-way area and to make a recommendation to the Yakima City Council relative thereto. (2) All public notice requirements for vacation of a portion of street right-obway have been cornpleted in accordance with applicable statutes and ordinances, (3) SEPA review was not required because street right-of-way vacations are categorically exempt from SEPA review, (4) A traffic analysis is not requital for the requested street rightrof-way vacation. (5) Since the petitioners own about 90% of the property abutting the portion of the Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way area to be vacated, more than the requisite two- thirds of the owners abutting the -a to be- vacated signed the petition. (6) The right-obway to be vacated was dedicated to Yakima County by the Plat of McGiothern biome Sites No. 6 on June 28, 1946,, and the - a was annexed by the City of Yaki i on May I, 1998. (7) The Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan designates all of the progeny abutting the area to be vacated as industrial which will become the designation of the vacated property, (8) The Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance classifies of the property abutting the arca to be vacated as within the Light Industrial (MO) zoning district which will b. (me the zoning classification of the vacated property. lei Ave Prorxrties And Stever] and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt AVeritte R ;1-17; Petillen Nei 17-08 (9) No properties would be denied sole access to the public street system as a result of this right-ofsway vacation since all parcels will have frontage on a public street Rut it is recommended that an easement be reserved for business deliveries to the roll up doors in the rear of the building located at the cast end of the north side of the area proposed for vacation, even though it has primary access to a street at 1702 Englewood Avenue, because or the hardship involved in eliminating the historical use of the street righoofsway tbr business deliveries to the rear of that building for more than 30 ye (10) This 'request for street right-of-way vacation would not conflict with any planned street improvement projects or other City plans or policies. (11) No testimony or written comments were submitted in opposition to the requested street right-of-way vacation. (1.2) The requested street ri hof -way vacation would not affect any public or f tnchised utility lines because easements will he established for the City sanitary s er line and the City ReNtri Water drainage line in the area to be vacated. (13) The requirements of RCW 35.79 arid the City's five aiteria gove ing the approval of public street right-of-way vacations have all been satisfied. (14) C §14.21.070(4) provides that compensation to the City is not required for the area to be vacated. (15) RCW 35,79,040 and YMC 514.21.080(2) provide that the vacated street right-ofjway shall belong to the abutting property owners, one-half to each. RECOMMENDATION The Hearing Examiner recommends to the Yakima City Council that the portion of Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way lying between North 18' Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail easterly thereof as described in RWV9001-17, in Petition No. 17-08 and in Resolution No. R-2017-148 should be vacated so that the vacated area will belong to the abutting owners on each side, one-half to each, subject to the foll ring conditions: le Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street RigistiotsWay Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue R -1 1-17; Petition No. 17-48. 11 16 d tubl d a City starry which by the 'twine pu ;err. Avenue b The po and be e hitt ern be t lr r of cvright rs shrill provide the new d ra City sal n d to be 060. cd f and red; pugbuilding at td by the ptlf description and survey 11) v n vacate av i ridttstn d th ising cs it k tion ght frids' DATED tit 2 Ave Pr LC And Steven d lark f Rcwsee Avenue17; Pe Ail; day of F a 2 17 18 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & A THY CLARK RWV#001-17 City Council Open Record Public Hearing April 3, 2018 EXHIBIT LIST Applicant: 18th Ave Properties LLC c/o Ken Nass File Numbers: RWV#001-17 Site Address: Roosevelt Ave east of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail Staff Contact: Trevor Martin, Associate Planner Table of Contents TER Hearing Examiner's Recommendation C TER A Staff Report C PTER B Vicinity Map CHAPTER C Site Plan TER D DST Review & Agency Comments CHAPTER E Application C TER F Public Comments CHAPTER G Public Notices C TER H Supplemental Information C PTER 1 Exhibits Submitted at Hearing Examiner Hearings A A 111 A A A • A A 19 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & THY CLARK RWV#001-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER AA Hearing Examiner's Recommendation City of Yakima, Washington Hearing Examiner's Recommendation February 23, 2018 In the Matter of an Application/Petition for Vacation of Street Right -of -Way Submitted by: 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark To Vacate a Portion of Roosevelt Avenue Street Right -of -Way between North 186 Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail 20 RWV#001-17 Petition No. 17-08 Resolution No. R-2017-148 A. Introduction. Introductory findings relative to the open record public hearing process for this requested street right-of-way vacation for a portion of Roosevelt Avenue east of North 18th Avenue may be summarized as follows: (1) The Hearing Examiner conducted an open record public hearing for this application/petition which began on January 25, 2018, and which was completed on February 8, 2018. (2) Associate Planner Eric Crowell presented the Planning Division staff report which was prepared by Associate Planner Trevor Martin and which recommended approval of the requested street right-of-way vacation subject to conditions. 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 21 (3) Petitioner 18th Ave Properties LLC which owns the property on the south side of the street right-of-way to be vacated was represented at the hearing by one of its governing persons, Ken Nass, who owns the business known as Primary Electric and Design, LLC on the south side of the area to be vacated and who testified in favor of the requested street right-of-way vacation. (4) Stanley Shafer who owns property on Roosevelt Avenue west of the area proposed for vacation and has lived there for 50 years testified that after the County built North 18th Avenue, the portion of Roosevelt Avenue easterly thereof was never improved' with public funds and that he favors the requested street vacation because it would keep his property secure. (5) A written comment dated October 27, 2017, was received from Petitioner Steven Clark who owns the mini -storage business known as All Weather Storage abutting about forty percent (40%) of the north side of the area proposed for vacation. The comment indicates that even though. Steven and Kathy Clark are petitioning for this vacation, they are dedicating their portion of the area proposed for vacation to 18th Ave Properties LLC. (6) A written comment dated December 28, 2017, was received from Matthew Sevigny who is a governing person of Prodigy 3 LLC which owns Assessor's Tax Parcel No. 181323-11526 on the east end of the north side of the area proposed for vacation. That parcel abuts about ten percent (10%) of the area proposed for vacation. He indicated that he has no objection to the requested street right-of-way vacation, but requested that it be subject to an access easement in order to avoid creating a hardship because this portion of the Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way has been used for deliveries and access to the rear of the building on that parcel for more than 30 years even though its primary access is from 1702 Englewood Avenue. (7) A written comment dated January 24, 2018, was received the day before the hearing from Petitioner Ken Nass. The comment indicated that even though he has no objection to the staff report's recommended requirement to record a 20 -foot -wide access easement, the access should be limited to Primary Electric and Design, LLC's normal business hours between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and to other times only by prior permission pursuant to a request at least 24 hours in advance, and that no access should be allowed to the rear of that building if its use is approved for a Homeless Shelter. A gated chain link fence surrounds both the property owned by 18th 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 2 DOC, INDEX u t f-\ -.1 22 Ave Properties LLC and the 50 -foot -wide right-of-wa arca proposed for vacation which abuts the north boundary of the property owned by 18t Ave Properties LLC. (8) No one other than Mr. Nass and Mr. Shafer appeared to testify at the January 25, 2018, hearing relative to this petition. Since State law provides that any vacated street right-of-way shall belong to the abutting owners on each side, one half to each, and since reservation of an access easement was being recommended for the rear roll up doors of a building that would otherwise be denied access to a street, the Hearing Examiner continued the hearing to February 8, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. in order to allow Mr. Nass more time to arrange for formal instruments to obtain the Clark property and an agreement as to limitations on the times for utilizing the access easement. The contin- uance was noted on the record and posted at the entrance to the hearing room. (9) A written comment dated February 5, 2018, was received from Mr. Nass indicating that he had spoken with the representative of the property at 1702 Englewood Avenue and that they had reached a private agreement between themselves regarding the times for using the access easement and therefore wished to rescind the previous request for limitations imposed by the City in that regard. (10) The hearing concluded on February 8, 2018, with comments relative to the need for Mr. Nass to have formal written instruments and perhaps the City's approval of a boundary line adjustment for his agreements with the other abutting property owners. (11) This street right-of-way vacation recommendation is being submitted within ten business days of the conclusion of the open record public hearing on February 8, 2018. B. Summary of Recommendation. The Hearing Examiner recommends that the Yakima City Council approve this request to vacate a portion of Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way from North 18th Avenue easterly to the Powerhouse Canal Trail, subject to conditions. C. Basis for Recommendation. Based upon his view of the site without anyone else 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 3 DOC. INDEX # „A 23 present on January 20, 2018; the staff report, exhibits, testimony and evidence presented at an open record public hearing beginning on January 25, 2018, and concluding on February 8, 2018; and a review of the State of Washington street right-of-way vacation provisions in Chapter 35.79 of the Revised Code of Washington and the City of Yakima street right-of-way vacation provisions in Chapter 14.21 of the Yakima Municipal Code; the Hearing Examiner makes the following: FINDINGS I. Applicants, Petitioners and Property Owners. The applicants, petitioners and property owners are: (1) 18th Ave Properties LLC as to the property abutting the area proposed for vacation on the south, which is about 50% of the abutting property; and (2) Steven Clark and Kathy Clark who own about 40% of the property abutting the area of the proposed vacation on the north. The owner of about 10% of the property abutting the easternmost area of the proposed vacation on the north side, Prodigy 3 LLC, is not an applicant or petitioner for this street right-of-way vacation. II. Description of Right -of -Way Vacation Request. The main aspects of this street right-of-way vacation request may be summarized as follows: (1) This is a request to vacate the portion of Roosevelt Avenue street right-of- way between North 18th Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail easterly thereof The petition was received on October 27, 2017. (2) The stated purpose for the request is to allow the area to be utilized by adjacent businesses for parking and to provide additional tax revenue for the City. The 18thAve Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 4 DOC. INDEX 24 legal description and site plan are included in the City Planning Division File No. RWV#001-17. (3) The parcels that abut the portion of street right-of-way proposed for vacation are Assessor's Tax Parcel Numbers 181323-11509 and 181323-11510 on the south and 181323-11412, 181323-11519 and 181323-11526 on the north. (4) The applicants and petitioners are the owners of about 90% of the property abutting the area proposed for vacation. (5) The portion of Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way proposed for vacation between North 18th Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail is 50 feet wide until it tapers to a point where it abuts the Powerhouse Canal Trail on the east. (6) City of Yakima records indicate that the subject right-of-way was originally dedicated to Yakima County by the Plat of McGlothern Home Sites No. 6 on June 28, 1946. It was subsequently annexed to the City of Yakima on May 1, 1998. It has no curb, gutter or sidewalks. No record was found of any expenditure of public funds for maintenance or improvement of the area proposed for vacation. III. Notices. Notice of the hearing was given on December 5, 2017, when the City Council adopted Resolution No. R-2017-148 setting the hearing for January 25, 2018, and was also subsequently given more than twenty days before the hearing in the manner required by RCW 35.79.020 and in additional ways on the following dates: Posting of notice on the property: Publishing of notice in the Yakima Herald -Republic: Mailing of notice to the property owners within 300 feet: Posting of notice in three public places: December 8, 2017 December 11, 2017 December 11, 2017 December 13, 2017 IV. Hearing Examiner Jurisdiction. The Yakima Municipal Code provides in Sub- section 1.43.080(H) that the Hearing Examiner shall conduct public hearings on petitions and resolutions to vacate streets and public rights-of-way pursuant to RCW Chapter 18" Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 5 25 35.79 and that decisions of the Hearing Examiner on such matters shall constitute recommendations to the Yakima City Council. V. Environmental Review. Street vacations are categorically exempt from State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) review per WAC 197-11-800(2)(i) and Chapter 6.88 of the Yakima Municipal Code. VI. Traffic Study. The City Traffic Engineer has determined that a traffic study is not required for this street right-of-way vacation request. VII. Comprehensive Plan. Street rights-of-way do not have a Comprehensive Plan designation. Upon approval of street right-of-way vacations, the vacated areas receive the Comprehensive Plan designation of the abutting properties. The Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan designates all of the property abutting the area to be vacated as Industrial. If the City Council approves the requested street right-of-way vacation, the Comprehensive Plan designation of the vacated property will be Industrial. VIII. Zoning/Land Uses. Street rights-of-way do not have a zoning classification. Upon approval of street right-of-way vacations, the vacated areas receive the zoning classification of the abutting properties in accordance with the final provision contained within YMC §15.22.060. All of the property abutting the area to be vacated has the Light Industrial (M-1) zoning classification. If the City Council approves the requested street right-of-way vacation, the zoning of the vacated area will be Light Industrial (M-1). The 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 6 26 properties near the area to be vacated have the following zoning and land uses: Direction Zoning Land Use North M-1 Storage Units/Warehouse South M-1 Storage Units/Offices East M-1 Powerhouse Canal Trail West M-1 Storage Units/Residences IX. Development Services Team. The City's Development Services Team (DST) met on November 21, 2017. No City divisions indicated any plans for improvements to the portion of Roosevelt Avenue right-of-way proposed for vacation, and a review of City records did not disclose the expenditure of any public funds for its maintenance or improvement. The following DST comments were received: (1) Sewer: An easement shall be reserved by the City for the existing sanitary sewer line that drains east to west through the area to be vacated. No construction shall be allowed over the sanitary sewer line or its easement. The petitioners shall provide a recording indicating the location of the sewer line along with the easement area to be reserved by the City. (2) Storm Water: There is a City of Yakima drain line running underneath this parcel. No construction will be allowed over the drain line or its easement. If the petitioners wish to move the drain line, they will have to do so at their own expense after first submitting engineered plans to the Surface Water Engineer for review and approval. These plans must be done by a licensed engineer from Washington State. X. Criteria for the Vacation of Street Right -of -Way. The following five criteria which are set forth in YMC §14.21.050 are considered in determining the propriety and requisites of street right-of-way vacations: 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 7 27 (1) The public benefit, reason for, and limitations of the proposed right-of- way vacation. The public benefit that would result from the proposed right-of-way vacation would be to relieve the City from ever having to maintain a short portion of a 50 -foot -wide street right-of-way which dead ends at the Powerhouse Canal Trail; which has insufficient width for traffic to turn around; which has been privately fenced and gated to prevent public use since the 1990s; and which could become a nuisance to the detriment of adjacent properties if it were opened for public use. The reason for the requested street vacation expressed by l 8th Ave Properties LLC is to allow the use of the area by adjacent businesses for parking and to provide tax revenue for the City. It would also dispense with the need for petitioners to obtain an annual encroachment permit for the encroachment of the fence across the right-of-way. The proposed right-of-way vacation would be limited to the Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way between North 18th Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail and would be subject to easements for access to a parcel on the east end of the area to be vacated and for a sewer line and a storm water drainage line within the area to be vacated. (2) Whether the vacation of right-of-way would deny sole access to a public street or alley for any property. The requested street right-of-way vacation would not deny sole access to a public street or alley for any property because all abutting parcels to the south and to the north of the area proposed for vacation have access to either Englewood Avenue or North 18'h Avenue. However, it would deny sole access to a street` for the pull up doors in the rear of the building at 1702 Englewood Avenue. In response to the written comment from Matthew Sevigny, the staff report recommended that an access easement over the north 20 feet of the area to be vacated be reserved for business access to the roll up doors in the rear of the building on Assessor's Tax Parcel No. 181323-11526 owned by Prodigy 3 LLC which is located on the north side of the east end of the area proposed for vacation. His comment indicated that this portion of the Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way has been used for deliveries and access to the rear of the building on that parcel for more than 30 years even though its primary access and frontage is at 1702 Englewood Avenue. Since Petitioner Ken Nass had requested specific restrictions on the manner of using the recommended access easement to that parcel,the hearing was continued from January 25th to February 8'h for him to discuss restrictions on access with the owner of the property. Mr. Nass thereafter indicated by an email of February 5, 2018, that he and a representative of the owner of the 1702 Englewood Avenue parcel had reached a private agreement between themselves regarding the times 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 8 DOC. 28 of accessibility for use of the reserved access easement and wished to rescind the previous request that the City impose limitations regarding same. (3) Whether the proposal is consistent with existing plans of the city, such as the six-year transportation improvement plan, the urban area comprehensive plan or other official city plans and policies. Neither the City's current Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) nor any other City plans or policies contain any plans to improve the right-of-way area that is proposed for vacation. (4) Whether the vacation is appropriate with existing and anticipated zoning and land use. The existing and anticipated future zoning of the nearby area is Light Industrial (M-1) which will not be affected by the requested street vacation. The existing and anticipated land uses of the nearby area which are Light Industrial land uses will be benefited by the requested street vacation because it will allow adjacent businesses to use the vacated area for parking without having to obtain annual encroachment permits from the City for the existing fence which is an encroachment across the public right-of-way. (5) Whether there are any public or franchised utilities in the right-of-way to be vacated and, if so, whether they will be relocated, or whether an easement will need to be reserved. The City of Yakima Storm Water and Wastewater Divisions have indicated that easements need to be reserved for a City sanitary sewer line and for a City storm water drainage line within the street right-of-way area proposed for vacation. They will need to be 20 feet wide or of a width that is otherwise determined to be necessary by the City Engineer pursuant to YMC Chapter 12.02. Such easements are required to be reserved by the City pursuant to YMC §14.21.060. XI. Compensation to the City. YMC §14.21.070(4) exempts the petitioners for this street vacation from having to pay compensation to the City for the vacated property because of the following circumstances which are all present in this situation: "4. No compensation may be required if the city has not purchased, maintained, or made any improvements to the public right-of-way, there is no planned or anticipated public purpose existing for maintaining the public right-of-way as determined by the planning commission or development services team (DST), and 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 9 29 the public right-of-way has been a dedicated right-of-way in the city for at least five years." CONCLUSIONS Based upon the foregoing Findings, the Hearing Examiner reaches the following Conclusions: (1) The Hearing Examiner has jurisdiction and authority by virtue of Subsection 1.43.080(H) of the Yakima Municipal Code to conduct an open record public hearing regarding an application, petition and resolution to vacate a public street right-of-way area and to make a recommendation to the Yakima City Council relative thereto. (2) All public notice requirements for vacation of a portion of street right-of-way have been completed in accordance with applicable statutes and ordinances. (3) SEPA review was not required because street right-of-way vacations are categorically exempt from SEPA review. (4) A traffic analysis is not required for the requested street right-of-way vacation. (5) Since the petitioners own about 90% of the property abutting the portion of the Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way area to be vacated, more than the requisite two- thirds of the owners abutting the area to be vacated signed the petition. (6) The right-of-way to be vacated was dedicated to Yakima County by the Plat of McGlothern Home Sites No. 6 on June 28, 1946, and the area was annexed by the City of Yakima on May 1, 1998. (7) The Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan designates all of the property abutting the area to be vacated as Industrial which will become the designation of the vacated property. (8) The Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance classifies all of the property abutting the area to be vacated as within the Light Industrial (M-1) zoning district which will become the zoning classification of the vacated property. 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 10 DOC. INDEX 30 (9) No properties would be denied sole access to the public street system as a result of this right-of-way vacation since all parcels will have frontage on a public street. But it is recommended that an easement be reserved for business deliveries to the roll up doors in the rear of the building located at the east end of the north side of the area proposed for vacation, even though it has primary access to a street at 1702 Englewood Avenue, because of the hardship involved in eliminating the historical use of the street right-of-way for business deliveries to the rear of that building for more than 30 years. (10) This request for street right-of-way vacation would not conflict with any planned street improvement projects or other City plans or policies. (11) No testimony or written comments were submitted in opposition to the requested street right-of-way vacation. (12) The requested street right-of-way vacation would not affect any public or franchised utility lines because easements will be established for the City sanitary sewer line and the City Storm Water drainage line in the area to be vacated. (13) The requirements of RCW 35.79 and the City's five criteria governing the approval of public street right-of-way vacations have all been satisfied. (14) YMC §14.21.070(4) provides that compensation to the City is not required for the area to be vacated. (15) RCW 35.79.040 and YMC §14.21.080(2) provide that the vacated street right-of-way shall belong to the abutting property owners, one-half to each. RECOMMENDATION The Hearing Examiner recommends to the Yakima City Council that the portion of Roosevelt Avenue street right-of-way lying between North 18th Avenue and the Powerhouse Canal Trail easterly thereof as described in RWV#001-17, in Petition No. 17-08 and in Resolution No. R-2017-148 should be vacated so that the vacated area will belong to the abutting owners on each side, one-half to each, subject to the following conditions: 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 11 31 (1) Public access and utility easements shall be reserved for a City sanitary sewer line and for a City storm water drainage line within the street right-of-way area proposed for vacation which shall be 20 feet wide or of a width otherwise determined to be necessary by the City Engineer pursuant to YMC Chapter 12.02 and YMC §14.21.060. (2) A 20 -foot -wide access easement shall be reserved and recorded for access by delivery vehicles for business purposes to the rear of the building at 1702 Englewood Avenue. (3) The portion of Roosevelt Avenue right-of-way requested by the petition shall be vacated, and the petitioners shall provide the new legal description and survey required by YMC §14.21.110. (4) Upon vacation, the vacated right-of-way shall have the Comprehensive Plan designation of Industrial and the zoning classification of Light Industrial (M-1). DATED this 23rd day of February, 2018. 18th Ave Properties LLC And Steven and Kathy Clark Street Right -of -Way Vacation Portion of Roosevelt Avenue RWV#001-17; Petition No. 17-08 12 Gary M. Cuillier, Hearing Examiner DOC. 1NDM 32 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & aTHY CLARK RWV#001-17 A-1 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER A Staff Report Staff Report 01/25/2018 ®i, 33 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Planning Division Davenport, AICP, Director 129 Niortk Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 askadanning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning arming CITY OF YAKIMA FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION for PETITION FOR RIGHT-OF-WAY VACATION Application Number: RWV#001-17 PETITIONER: Ken Nass REQUEST: Proposed public right-of-way vacation of a portion of Roosevelt Ave. that extends east of 18th Ave. to the Powerhouse Canal Trail. PROJECT LOCATION: Vicinity of 18th and Roosevelt Ave. PARCEL NUMBER(S): Adjacent Parcels: 181323-11510, 181323-11412, 181323- 11509, 181323-11519, and 181323-11526 DATE OF REQUEST: October 27, 2017 DATE OF HEARING: January 25, 2018 STAFF CONTACT: Trevor Martin, Associate Planner I. SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATION: The City of Yakima Planning Division recommends approval of this vacation request subject to conditions. From the view of the site, the matters contained in the application, Development Services Team (DST) comments, and a review of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, and RCW 35.79 staff makes the following: II. FINDINGS A. Background: On October 27, 2017 the City of Yakima Department of Community Development received a petition from Ken Nass, for the vacation of a portion of platted right-of-way. The proponent has requested this vacation in order to use the right-of-way for parking for the adjacent businesses and add additional tax revenue to the City. Legal description and site plan included in File No. RWV#001-17. There are no future City plans for development of the subject right-of-way. The City of Yakima records indicate that the subject right-of-way was originally dedicated to the County of Yakima by the Plat of McGlothern Homes Sites Number 6 on June 28, 2946. This area was annexed by the City of Yakima on May 1, 1998. B. Hearing Examiner Authority: The Hearing Examiner has jurisdiction to conduct public hearings on petitions and resolutions to vacate streets and public right-of-way pursuant to RCW Ch. 35.79. Decisions of the examiner on such matters shall constitute a recommendation to the City Council (YMC Ch. 1.43.080(H)). DOC. INDEX Rr� Yakima 1994 34 C. Urban Area Zoning Ordinance: Technically, street rights-of-way are not designated with an underlying zoning district. However, upon vacation they become zoned the same as the properties to which they are immediately contiguous. In this case, the contiguous zoning is Light Industrial (M-1). The entire portion of alley between N. 18th Ave. and Roosevelt Ave. will be zoned M-1 upon vacation. D. Urban Area Comprehensive Plan: Street rights-of-way do not contain an underlying comprehensive plan designation. Upon vacation they will obtain the same comprehensive plan designation as the properties to which they are immediately contiguous. The subject portions of right-of-way, once vacated, will have a Future Land Use Designation of Industrial. E. Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 35.79: This chapter of state law stipulates the state's requirements for the process of vacating street right-of-way. All requirements of this chapter that can be accomplished prior to the public hearing have been fulfilled. State law provides that the property within the limits to be vacated shall belong to the owners of the lots abutting each side of the vacated area, one-half to the owners on each side of the vacated area. (RCW § 35.79.040) III. ZONING AND LAND USE The property being vacated is considered public right-of-way and surrounding properties have the following characteristics. Direction Zoning Land Use North M-1 Storage Units / Warehouse South M-1 Storage Units / Offices East M-1 Powerhouse Canal Trail West M-1 Storage Units / Residential Homes IV. DEVELOPMENT SERVICE TEAM REVIEW On November 21, 2017, a DST meeting was held to discuss the possible impacts of this vacation. The following comments were received from public agencies and private companies with an interest in the development herein being reviewed: A. Sewer: An easement must be granted for the existing sanitary sewer line that drains east to west through the existing alley. The applicant shall provide a recording indicating the location of the sewer along with the easement area to be retained. B. Storm Water: There is a City of Yakima drain line running underneath this parcel. No construction will be allowed over the drain line or its easement. If the applicant wishes to move the drain line they will have to do so at their own expense after first submitting engineered plans to the Surface Water Engineer for review and approval. These plans must be done by a licensed engineer from Washington State. Nass RVVV#001-17 2 35 V. PUBLIC USE OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY The subject portion of alley to be vacated is completely unimproved on the surface. No curb, gutter, or asphalt are located on this portion of right-of-way. VI. CRITERIA FOR VACATION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY YMC Ch. 14.21 provides specific guidelines for right-of-way vacations. These guidelines include five criteria that must be met in the granting of vacation petitions. They are as follows: 1) The petition must explain the public benefit of the project, the reasoning of the proposed vacation and the limits of the vacation. Petitioner Response: Additional tax revenue to the City. Vacating the subject right-of-way will also clean up an under used portion of the City of Yakima street system. Staff Response: The creation of additional tax revenue for the City of Yakima may not be an appropriate or valid reason in its self to vacate a portion of right-of-way. City staff has researched other reasons why a vacation would be beneficial for the subject property and the City. The portion of right-of-way dead ends at the Powerhouse Canal Trail. An abrupt dead end, such as this one, may create a less traveled space and attractive nuisance for adjacent neighbors. Eliminating the possibility of an attractive nuisance and creates a continuous street system and creates a cohesive traffic environment for the adjoining neighborhood. Additionally, the owner of the previous adjoining properties had gated off the section of right-of-way and that subject portion of right —of -way has been gated since the early to mid 90's. Proceeding with a right-of-way vacation would not create a disturbance to the neighborhood traffic. 2) The vacation of right-of-way does not deny sole access to any property. Petitioner Response: No. Staff Response: It has been determined that no sole access will be prohibited due to this right-of-way vacation. The property owner shall record an access and utility easement for the City Public Works Division to access utilities within Roosevelt. The owners of the property located at 1702 Englewood also submitted comments requesting an access agreement/easement be recorded so the owner of the 1702 Englewood can access the roll -up doors on the backside of the building for business purposes. The access easement shall comply with the standards of YMC § 15.05.020(8)(1 )(b), which states "The lot has at least twenty feet of frontage on, or a minimum twenty -foot - wide access easement to, a public or private road". 3) Petitions should be consistent with the Six -Year Transportation Improvement Plan, Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and other official city plans and policies Petitioner Response: Yes. Nass RVVV#001 -17 DOC. INDEX 3 36 Staff Response: The current Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) indicates no planned improvements are to be done to the right-of-way that is to be vacated. 4) Vacation requests should be appropriate with existing and anticipated development in the area, based on zoning, current use and long range plans. Petitioner Response: Yes. Staff Response: There is no anticipated development of the public right-of-way. Currently the right-of-way serves primarily as a parking area for the adjacent businesses to the south. The portion of right-of-way has not been improved or maintained by the City within the past five years. Vacating the alley would allow the property owners to the south to more effectively use the property. 5) Existing utilities (public and franchised) should be relocated at the developer's expense or an adequate easement provided. Where appropriate, if existing utilities are deemed unnecessary, this requirement may be waived. Applicant Response: No. Staff Response: The City of Yakima Storm Water and Wastewater Divisions have public utilities located within the subject right-of-way. The storm water and sewer utilities shall be retained in an access and utility easement. Per YMC § 12.02.010 - ...Public utility easements shall also be established across the front of new lots and redeveloped lots to provide future utility access as determined necessary by the City Engineer... Per YMC § 12.02.020 - Eight -foot -wide utility easements shall be dedicated along the front of each lot in subdivisions and short subdivisions. Easements for new and/or future utility lines shall be a minimum of eight feet in width, or twice the buried depth of the utility, whichever is greater. The neighbor located at 1702 has also request an access easement be retained for the purpose of maneuvering vehicles to the access door located at the back of the building, abutting the Roosevelt Ave. right-of-way. VII. COMPENSATION 1) YMC § 14.21.070 Compensation - Specifies the requirements under which compensation must be paid to the City for vacation of public streets and alleys. YMC § 14.21.070(4) states "No compensation may be required if the city has not purchased, maintained, or made any improvements to the public right-of-way, there is no planned or anticipated public purpose existing for maintaining the public right-of-way as determined by the planning commission or development services team (DST), and the public right-of-way has been a dedicated right-of-way in the city for at least five years." During the DST meeting, no City divisions indicated planned improvements for the subject portion of right - Nass RWV#001-17 DOC. INDEX # A 4 37 of -way along Roosevelt Ave. (A copy of the six year Transportation Improvement Plan can be found in the file.) According to City records, there has not been any City money used in the maintenance of the subject portion of right-of-way since at least the early 1990's. Therefore, no compensation will be required to be paid to the City due to the fact the City has not been involved in the maintenance and does not plan to update the subject portion of right-of-way. VIII. TRAFFIC STUDY The City of Yakima Traffic Engineer has determined that a traffic study is not required for this right-of-way vacation. IX. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW Street vacations are categorically exempt from SEPA review (WAC 197-11-800(2)(h) and YMC Ch. 6.88). X. PUBLIC NOTICE The Yakima City Council set the date of this public hearing for street vacation on December 5, 2017, by resolution #R-2017-148; in accordance with RCW 35.79.010. Other notices of this hearing were provided for in the following manner: Posting in three public places Legal ad published Adjoining property owner notices mailed Posting of property December 13, 2017 December 11, 2017 December 11, 2017 December 8, 2017 XI. CONCLUSION 1. Petition signatures for this vacation were obtained from the necessary two-thirds of the property owners fronting this vacation. 2. The subject right-of-way was originally dedicated to the County of Yakima by the Plat of McGlothern Homes Sites Number 6 on June 28, 1946. This area was annexed by the City of Yakima on May 1, 1998. 3. If this request is approved, the vacated rights-of-way will be zoned M-1 4. No properties will be denied sole access to the public street system by vacating these rights-of-way and a 20 -foot access easement shall be recorded for business access to the building located at 1702 Englewood. 5. A 20 -foot easement granting access to existing utility facilities will be required per YMC Title 12, 15, and the Yakima City Engineer. 6. The petition for vacation of these public rights-of-way does not conflict with any planned street improvement projects or other plans or projects of the City of Yakima. Nass RWV#001-17 INDEX 5 1 38 7. The intended use of the property, once vacated, will benefit the general public due to the fact that this will eliminate an encroachment issue that requires a Right -of -Way Use permit. 8. A traffic analysis for this proposal was not required, 9. All necessary requirements for street vacations in RCW 35.79 are met. 10. Compensation to the City is not required for this right-of-way vacation, in accordance with YMC § 14.21.070(4). 11. No letters were received in opposition to this proposal XII. RECOMMENDATION The Planning Division recommends that the petition for the vacation of platted rights-of-way for the portion of Roosevelt Ave., from 18th Ave. east to the Powerhouse Canal Trail, be approved subject to the following conditions: 1. A 20 -foot -wide access and utility easement for access, maintenance and operation of existing facilities shall be established and maintained along the north to south portion of the proposed right-of-way vacation. 2. A 20 -foot -wide access easement shall be recorded for business access to the building located at 1702 Englewood. 3. The proposed right-of-way vacation shall be vacated and new legal description and survey shall be provided. 4. The vacated right-of-way shall be zoned Light Industrial (M-1). Nass RWV#001-17 INDEX 6 39 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & THY CLARK RWV#001-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER B Vicinity VICINITY MAP File Number: RWV#001-17 Project Name: 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & KATHY CLARK Site Address: VIC. OF ROOSEVELT AVE BETWEEN 18TH AVE & THE POWERHOUSE CANAL TRAIL 40 411W/ / ■'W W1 ,......%. Ltd PI C r� nfiTiMA ROOSEVELT AVE Yakima County Coroners O+fce Proposed Vacation 1 Kaman. I=n ENGLEWOOD AVE MCKINLEY AVr Proposal: Vacate a portion of Roosevelt Ave that extends east of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail. Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division at (509) 575-6183 Map Disclaimer: Information shown on this map is for planning and illustration purposes only. The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided or for any action taken, or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein. Date Created: 1/18/2018 DOC. INDEX 41 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & THY CLARK RWV#001-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER C Site C-1 Site Plan 10/27/2017 X3ON1 'DCO RECEIVED OCT 272017 CITY OF YAKIMinA J L, N 0 PLL' DIV MCGLOTHERN HOME SiTES NO. 6 A Portion of the NEI- NEI- Sect 23, T 13 N. , R.18 E.W.M. • � u.v 6171 I ..i s -r, 1700 253.0 • 645.9 EAST t. WEST EN13LEWOOD AVE. 9 8 5 4 W 3 50' 2 N 130301 N 14. 13 N 23 24 5 E. &. W. !N 101 300' Deed fi dtr'strip recorded ey. Vo%41213- of deeds //3/3/3 I v F ua E. & W. --,,M °KINLEY 50' 50' 50' 4 3 2 .o es P .Zi la / Z o a/ryh -56-1- 7 DEDICATION co 13 Easem 14 60' ant for 15 60' 16 97.T I• O .t1 17 4 EXIST INC MONPILOT • iron pin 5 e><. Office of C.E. Hewitt, Engine. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS. That we, N P M`Glothern and Nora C. M`Glothern, husband and wife, are the Contract Purchasers, and Perry C Morris and Lena M. Morris, husband and wire, are the owners of a Tract of land in the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 23, Township /3 North, Range 18 East, W M, described as Follows: Beginning 642 feel N 0'54'W and 20 feet east of the Southwest corner of said Subdivision, thence East 300 feet, thence S 0.54E 150 feet thence East 94" feet, more or less, to the Right-of-way of the Pacific Power and Light Co. wostewoy, thence N 5276E along this Right-of-way 5662 feet, thence N43°014 /36feet: thence N 0'54'W 148 feet, thence West 220 feet, thence N 0'54.W 3/5 feet to a point 22 feet south of the North line of said Section 23, thence West parallel with said Section line 21405 feet, thence 6 0'S4.E 3/5 Peet, thence (hest 253 feet to a point 337 feet SO°54'E and 190 feet East from the North- west corner of said Subdivision, thence 5 1754"E /76 feel', thence West /70 feet thence S 0.54'E /70.5 feet more or less to the place of beginning; And WJ Fannon and Mane F. Fannon are the owners of q portion of the above described Subdivision and also a portion of' the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 14 of said Twp. and Range, described as follows: .Beginning 30 feet West and 25 feet North of' the Northeast corner of said Section 23, thence West 645.9 feet to the east line of the "Rep/at of Lots 30 and 35 of Lewis -Terry Garden Tracts; thence south along this line 47 feet and continuing 5 0'54'E along the east line of the above des_ cribed Traci 315 feet, thence East 220 feet thence 5 0'54'E /48 feet more or less to the northerly Right -of way line of the PociPTc. Power and Ligh/ Co. wosteway, thence N 43'02'E along this line 605 feel,- more or less to Me west line of Sixteenth Avenue North, thence North 59.6 Feet to the pant of beginning, That we hove caused same to be surveyed and platted into Stree/s Blocks and Lots, under the designated name of M`6LOTHERN NOME SITES NO. 6, as shown on the annexed plat and we do hereby dedicaie Our interests in the streets as shown on said plat to the use of the public in accordance with the Statutes of the State of Washington, in such cases made and provided, and we hereby reserve easement 16 feet in width, 8 Feet off' the rear of each lot or as shown on the annexed plat, For the purpose of Public Utilities. In Witness Whereof we have executed these presents this day of June 1946. 7141'"'146 I.Le4L} • ! HEREBY CERTIFY that all taxes on the property hereon described are paid up to and including the year /946. Scale: 1%t00.. JUNE 1946 nj4c.r. L -3o tu.o tat ROOM at taw 14101111114 et Thi . 4r-6uarant) G- TiiIT 1 a D L _ at 30 at., Paw 4 P. mod rsoosd.d t. Vol. `/z3 Pta -5 -page 3. ?mads pea. Laada of Yakima County, Womb. MANOLD Pt Ior11N T,apely County Treasurer APPROVED BY the County Engineer, Yakimo County, Washington this 21.., day of June /946. County Engineer APPROVED BY the Planning Commission of the city of Yakima this' day of' June 1946. C- hairman 6P Commission APPROVED BY the Board of' County Commissioners, County, Washington, this day of June /946 Orman of ACKNOWLEDGMENT r' o 1111. t 1 State of Washington) 5 S County of Yakima f On this AZ day of June 1946, personally appeared before me N. P. M$Glothern a Nora C. M`Glothern, husband and wife, and Perry C. Morris and Lena M Morris, husband and Wife, and W. J. Fannan and Marie F Fannon, to me known to be the individuals described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledged said instru- ment to be their free and voluntary act and deed for the purposrs therein mentioned. IN WITNESS WHEREOF affixed my seal the day I have hereunto set my hand and ^"111 and year first writte, above '�' Notary Public - in and for the Stale•' ., y of Washington, residing at Yakima ��i RYV.7CY1G.3.1 /10 G. il 9 110' 1b5' 20 9 .. 0 o -,"a -- -- :. ' - 42 olio 11 -- 1511111 ----io +i z !8 1b5' IO V. 14 15 , 6a.s _. !N 101 300' Deed fi dtr'strip recorded ey. Vo%41213- of deeds //3/3/3 I v F ua E. & W. --,,M °KINLEY 50' 50' 50' 4 3 2 .o es P .Zi la / Z o a/ryh -56-1- 7 DEDICATION co 13 Easem 14 60' ant for 15 60' 16 97.T I• O .t1 17 4 EXIST INC MONPILOT • iron pin 5 e><. Office of C.E. Hewitt, Engine. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS. That we, N P M`Glothern and Nora C. M`Glothern, husband and wife, are the Contract Purchasers, and Perry C Morris and Lena M. Morris, husband and wire, are the owners of a Tract of land in the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 23, Township /3 North, Range 18 East, W M, described as Follows: Beginning 642 feel N 0'54'W and 20 feet east of the Southwest corner of said Subdivision, thence East 300 feet, thence S 0.54E 150 feet thence East 94" feet, more or less, to the Right-of-way of the Pacific Power and Light Co. wostewoy, thence N 5276E along this Right-of-way 5662 feet, thence N43°014 /36feet: thence N 0'54'W 148 feet, thence West 220 feet, thence N 0'54.W 3/5 feet to a point 22 feet south of the North line of said Section 23, thence West parallel with said Section line 21405 feet, thence 6 0'S4.E 3/5 Peet, thence (hest 253 feet to a point 337 feet SO°54'E and 190 feet East from the North- west corner of said Subdivision, thence 5 1754"E /76 feel', thence West /70 feet thence S 0.54'E /70.5 feet more or less to the place of beginning; And WJ Fannon and Mane F. Fannon are the owners of q portion of the above described Subdivision and also a portion of' the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 14 of said Twp. and Range, described as follows: .Beginning 30 feet West and 25 feet North of' the Northeast corner of said Section 23, thence West 645.9 feet to the east line of the "Rep/at of Lots 30 and 35 of Lewis -Terry Garden Tracts; thence south along this line 47 feet and continuing 5 0'54'E along the east line of the above des_ cribed Traci 315 feet, thence East 220 feet thence 5 0'54'E /48 feet more or less to the northerly Right -of way line of the PociPTc. Power and Ligh/ Co. wosteway, thence N 43'02'E along this line 605 feel,- more or less to Me west line of Sixteenth Avenue North, thence North 59.6 Feet to the pant of beginning, That we hove caused same to be surveyed and platted into Stree/s Blocks and Lots, under the designated name of M`6LOTHERN NOME SITES NO. 6, as shown on the annexed plat and we do hereby dedicaie Our interests in the streets as shown on said plat to the use of the public in accordance with the Statutes of the State of Washington, in such cases made and provided, and we hereby reserve easement 16 feet in width, 8 Feet off' the rear of each lot or as shown on the annexed plat, For the purpose of Public Utilities. In Witness Whereof we have executed these presents this day of June 1946. 7141'"'146 I.Le4L} • ! HEREBY CERTIFY that all taxes on the property hereon described are paid up to and including the year /946. Scale: 1%t00.. JUNE 1946 nj4c.r. L -3o tu.o tat ROOM at taw 14101111114 et Thi . 4r-6uarant) G- TiiIT 1 a D L _ at 30 at., Paw 4 P. mod rsoosd.d t. Vol. `/z3 Pta -5 -page 3. ?mads pea. Laada of Yakima County, Womb. MANOLD Pt Ior11N T,apely County Treasurer APPROVED BY the County Engineer, Yakimo County, Washington this 21.., day of June /946. County Engineer APPROVED BY the Planning Commission of the city of Yakima this' day of' June 1946. C- hairman 6P Commission APPROVED BY the Board of' County Commissioners, County, Washington, this day of June /946 Orman of ACKNOWLEDGMENT r' o 1111. t 1 State of Washington) 5 S County of Yakima f On this AZ day of June 1946, personally appeared before me N. P. M$Glothern a Nora C. M`Glothern, husband and wife, and Perry C. Morris and Lena M Morris, husband and Wife, and W. J. Fannan and Marie F Fannon, to me known to be the individuals described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledged said instru- ment to be their free and voluntary act and deed for the purposrs therein mentioned. IN WITNESS WHEREOF affixed my seal the day I have hereunto set my hand and ^"111 and year first writte, above '�' Notary Public - in and for the Stale•' ., y of Washington, residing at Yakima ��i 43 AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & THY CLARK RWV#001-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER D DST Review a c Comments D-1 D-2 D-3 DST Request for Comments 11/16/2017 Comments from Randy Meloy, Surface Water Engineer 10/31/2017 Comments from Dana Kallevig, Utility Project Manager 11/27/2017 Panniri ry of YAKIMA DST COMMENTS Project Name: 18th Ave Properties LLC / Steven & Kathy Clark File Number: RWV#001-17 TYpe Text C ted By 44 ON DST COMMENTS dert and ac r and will need to e n is approve d th dna.kCv" kirnawaigav 1/2 DOC INDEX 7 i E Y OF Y tKI t 45 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING D S ON DST COMMENTS Project Name: 18th Ave Properties LLC / Steven & Kathy Clark File Number: RWV#001-17 Type DSS" COMMENTS City of Yakima d arming_ tt�dsparcel No r,: tru tion will be aii. :ed over the drain #iee dr its ease rte if the aganicant wishes to move the drain line they will have to do so at Men expense after first submitthaft erajneered plans to the Sutface Water Char 4;r for review and approval These ens st be doney a licensed engineer from Washiregton State. rdmmeloy yak wa7v ftf 7 DOC. INDEX To• From: Subject: Applicant: City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments November 16, 2017 City of Yakima Development Services Team Trevor Martin, Associate Planner Request for Comments 18th Ave Properties 46 File Number: Location: Parcel Number(s): DST MEETING DATE: RWV#001-17 Vicinity of Roosevelt and 18th Ave 11121/2017 P Proposal to vacate a portion of Right -of -Way in the vicinity of 18th and Roosevelt Ave. From The intersection of Roosevelt to the Powerhouse Canal Trail Please review the attached application and site plan and prepare any written comments you might have regarding this proposal. This project will come up for discussion at the weekly DST meeting to be held November 21 2017 at 2:00 p.m. As always, should you have comments, but find you are unable to attend, please submit your comments prior to the meeting. My email address is trevor.martin@yakimawa.gov and the Planning Department's fax number is (509) 575-6105. Should you have any questions, or require additional information, please call me at (509) 575-6162. Comments: Contact Person Department/Agency DOC. INDEX 47 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & THY CLARK RWV#001-17 E-1 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER E Application Application for Right -of -Way Vacation 10/27/2017 I lann`iAVIMA ng LAND USE APPLICATION CITY OF YAKIMA, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOP/\IEN"I' 129 NORTH SECOND STREET, 2ND FLOOR, YAKIMA, WA 98901 VOICE: (509) 575-6183 FAX: (509) 575-6105 RECEIVED OCr 2 7 ?W7 CITY OF YAKIMA DIV. 48 INSTRUCTIONS — PLEASE READ FIRST /Tease type ur print Your answers clearly. Answer all questions completely. If you have any questions about this form or the application process, please ask a Planner. Remember to bring all necessary attachments and the required filing fee when the application is submitted. The Planning Division cannot accept an application unless it is complete and the filing fee paid. Filing fees are not refundable. This application consists of four parts. PART 1- GENERAL INFORMATION AND PART IV — CERTIFICATION are oil this page, PART Hand 111 conwin additional iII 'nl aion specific to your proposal and MUST be attached to this page to complete the application. PART 1— GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Applicant's Information: 2. Applicant's Interest in. Property: 3. Properly Owner's Information (If other than Applicant): Name: Mailing Address: City: E -Mail: Check One: Name: Mailing Address: City: E -Mail: 18 th Ave Properties PO Box 2524 Yakima St: Primaryelect@gmai1.com ❑ Owner 4. Subject Property's Assessor's Parcel Number(s): Unknown 0 Agent St: A Zip: ❑ Purchaser Zip: 98907 Phone: 509-823-4442 Other Abandoned road essential to our business Phone: 5. I egal Description of Property. (it lengthy, please attach 0 on a separate document) Roosevelt Ave East of 18' Ave and ends at Powerhouse Canal Tr, 6. Property Address: 509 N. 18"' Ave 7. Property's Existing Zoning: SR OR -I ❑ R-2 D R-3 ❑ 13-1 ❑ 13-2 ❑ IIB ❑ SCC ❑ LCC ❑ Clip ❑ GC ❑ AS ❑ RD Di M-1 ❑ M-2 8. Type Of Application: (Check All That Apply) E Right -of -Way Vacation ❑ Otlicr:_ Othcr: I'AIRT 11— SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION, PART 111 — REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS, & PART IV— NARRATIVE 9. SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PART v— CERTIFICATION 10. I certify that the information on this application and the required attachments are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. /(2 —t? perry Owner's Signature Dale _41,1 A44-55 Applicant's Signature FI LE/AI'PLICATION(S)# i) V-' Revised 01 /2017 Date AMOUNT PAID: Page Doc. 3 INDEX TY OF YiAKIMA nns RECEIVED 49 OCT 2 7 Supplemental Application For: RIGHT-OF-WAY VACATION P TI- LOCATION I . VICINITY - LOCATION OF RIGHT -OE -WAY TO BE VACATE Powerhouse Canal Trail : Roosevc Ave going East bet N.1 YAKIMA rid 2. LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY TO BE VACATED: Roosevelt Ave and Powerhouse Canal Trail oing E between N.18°t Ave PATI - APPLICATION INF AT1ON 3. A WRITTEN NARRATIVE: (Please submit a writt sponse to the fo! lig questions) A. What is the public benefit, reason for, and limitations of the proposed right-of-way vacation? Additional Tax Revenue for city 13. Does the vacation deny sole access to a public street for any property'? NO C. Is the proposal consistent wrth existing plans of the City? (Petitions should be consistent with the Six-year Transportation Improvement Plan, the Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and other official City Plans and policies) YES D. Is the vacation appropriate with existing zoning and land use? (Vacation of Right -of -Ways should be appropriate with existing and anticipated development in the arca, based upon zoning, current use and long-range plans) YES there any public or franchised utilities in the right-of-way to be vacated and if so, 11 they be relocated? NO F. Please choose one: ❑ l have enclosed an appraisal of the property to be vacated EX lain electing lo have the City of Yakima Planning Division determine the value of the property to be vacated per YMC 14.21.070. PART IV - REQUIRED ATTAC NTS 4. SITE PLAN REQUIRED: (Please use the City of Yakima Site Plan Checklist, attached) 5. PETITION TO VACATE STREET OR ALLEY REQUIRED (attached) 6. TITLE REPORT 7. SURVEY OF TIIE AREA TO BE VACATED 8. APPRAISAL OF THE PROPERTY (an appraisal is required unless the applican value of the property to be vacated in accordance with YMC 14.21.070) cis to have the City determine the 9. ENGINEERING PLAN (niay he required to indicate how the curb, gutter and other physical textures will be treated after the vacation is enacted.) 10. TRAFFIC ANALYSIS (A traffic analysis prepared by a Certified Engineer, which describes the impact to the City transportation network of the closure of the right-of-way, may be required depending on the right-of-way being vacated. As a result of that analysis, a Traffic Study may also be required) Note: if you have any questions about this process, please contact us City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA or 509-575-6183 Revised 01/2017 Page RECEIVED orT 2 2(1 city MptJ Y.„ KIMA 50 PETITION NO. 1 7- c4,4 CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON PETITION TO VACATE STREET OR ALLEY T -r7 :57 To the City Council of the City of Yakima, Washington. YAKIMA CITY CLER Comes now the undersigned petitioners and, pursuant to RCW Chapter 35.79, now respectfully show: The undersigned petitioners request that the following described street, alley or portion thereof, located in the City of Yakima, be vacated pursuant to RCW 35.79 (provide legal description below, or attach to petition if lengthy). Each of the undersigned petitioners is the owner of an interest in real estate abutting on the above-described area. The undersigned petitioners constitute owners of more than two-thirds of said abutting property. Wherefore, petitioners pray that proceedings be heard hereon for the vacation of said area in the manner prescribed by RCW Ch. 35.79. 8°4,o Ter.)W-Ait eS Owner Address Owner ivee,‘ 5rar45-e ) /6) Address Signe ure 1.6., 0 Cs Date Ownership °A Owner Address Signature Date Ownership °A) (if there are more property owners than what is room for please attach a separate list of property owners abutting the right-of-way to be vacated as well as their address, percentage of frontage on the right-of-way, and signature with date and the total ownership percentage of the property owners participating in this vacation) Revised 01/2017 Page 1 6 DOC. INDEX 60,,„A 51 All Weather Storage 1710 Englewood Ave Yakima WA 98902 10-27-2017 This letter is verify that we are vacating the right away ( Roosevelt Rd) to 18th Ave Properties located at 509 N 18th Ave Yakima WA, We dedicate are portion of are right away to 18th Ave Properties. Steve Clark Owner Of All eather Storage 10/24/2017 fPrint Mapj JClose Map' Yakima County GIS 1416JalsR,c4k131 11483 11484 11485 11486 11487 E CO • tj 0) Copyright (C) Yakima County GIS • • MCGLOThE 13519---- 1-1412 HOMESITE 72 13 14 15 16 17 CO A RN 1 11526 N06 z 11510 11509' 18 On= nch 'l00 Feet ea 50 100 50 52 RECEIVED OCT 272017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANKDIV. DOC. INDEX #, http://yakimap.com/servlet/com.esri.esrimap.Esrimap?name=YakGISH&Cmd=PriritFriendlyMap&Left=1631931 &Bottom=463999&Right=1632517&Top... 1/1 I :..C. H' 1Y i•.FORMRfI0H Parcel Address: 509 N 18TH AVE, YAKIMA ,WA ',9902 Parcel Owner(s): 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC Parcel Number: 18132311510 Pal iI Size: 22402 Square Feet Property Use: 63 Service - Business TAX ARO A::wEs;.ii'.1L"i'iT IN ORMATION Tax Code Area (TCA): 331 Tax Yea: 2018 Improvement Value: $174400 Land Value. $55500 CurrentUse Value: $0 CurrentUs6 Improvement: $0 New.Construction:$0 Total Assessed Value:$229900 ❑'. • ' .. Ii:. I...... • lc.;.l Zoning: M-1 (Jurisdiction: Yakima (Urban Area Zoning Ordinance) Urban Growth Area: Yakima Future Landuse Designation: (IND) Industrial (Yakima Urban Area Plan) Panel Number: 53077C1031D FEMA: Not in floodplain (X)FIRM ItnL.r.L it 1-11, + Latitude:46° 36' 21.037" [+. Longitude: -120° 31' 57.570" Range:18 Town,riip:13 Section:23 Narrative Description: MC GLOTHERN HOME SITES NO 6: LOTS 2,3& 4 BLI•- 4 MAP AND PARCEL DATA ARE BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, BUT ACCURACY IS NOT GUARANTEED; -HIS IS NOT A LEGAL DOCUMENT AND SHOULD NOT BE SUBSTITUTED FOR A TITLE SEARCI-', APPRAISAL, SURVEY, FLO,IDPLAIN OR ZONING VERIFICATION RECEIVED OCT 272017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANKDIV. DOC. INDEX #, http://yakimap.com/servlet/com.esri.esrimap.Esrimap?name=YakGISH&Cmd=PriritFriendlyMap&Left=1631931 &Bottom=463999&Right=1632517&Top... 1/1 10/24/2017 [Print Mapl [Close Mapl Yakima County GIS y, ' 53 111 CD CO Co • ri • ht C Yakima Count GIS Parcel Address: N 18TH AVE, YAKIMA ,WA 98902 Parcel Owner(s): 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC Parcel Number: 18132311509 =Parcel Size: 4805 Square Feet Property Use: 63 Service - Business IiiroRmATioN Tax Code Area (TCA): 331 Tax Year: 2018 Improvement Value: $6500 ;Land Value: $12000 CurrentUse Value: $0 CurrentUse Improvement: $0 New Construction:$0 Zoning: M-1 Total Assessed Value:$18500 Jurisdiction: Yakima (Urban Area Zoning Ordinance) Urban Growth Arca: Yakima FEMA: Not in fk odplain (X) Future Landuse Designation: (IND) Industrial (Yakima Urban Area Plan) FIRM Panel Number: 53077C1031D + Latitude:46° 36 21.319" + Longitude: -120° 31' 55.814" Range:18 Township:13 Section:23 Narrative Descripl on: MC GLOTHERN HOME SITES NO.6: LOT 1 BLK 4 MAP AND PARCE=L DATA ARE BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, BUT ACCURACY IS NOT GUARANTEED; THIS IS NOT A LEGAL DOCUMENT AN[) SHOULD NOT BE SUBSTITUTED FOR A TITLE SEARCH, APPRAISAL, SURVEY, FLOODPLAIN OR ZONING [VERIFICATION RECEIVED OCT 272017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLA' NECI DIV. DOC. INDEX # E -I http://yakimap.com ervlet/com.esri.esrimap.Esrimap?name=YakGISH&Cmd=PrilFriendlyMap&Left=1631931&Bottom=463999&Right=1632517&Top... 1/1 https://www.google.com/maps/@46.6058699,-120.5326617, 84m/data=!3m 1 ! 1 e3 0 rri 16000 L L0 4Ja6 00 Lmap e}ep dew c m m ri Uy C)F. TArtMA r anning COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Planning Division 55 Receipt Number: CR -17-006552 129 N 2nd SL (2nd floor) Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 575-6183 www.buildingyakima.com / Payer/Payee: KENDALL L NASS JR PO BOX 2524 YAKIMA WA 98907 Cashier: JULIA CRUZ Payment Type: CREDIT CARD Date: 10/27/2017 RWV#001-17 PLANNING - RIGHT OF WAY VACATION 509 N 18TH AVE Fee Description Right of Way Vacation Fee Amount Amount Paid $1,385.00 $1,385.00 RVVV#001-17 TOTALS: $1,385.00 $1,385.00 TOTAL PAID: Fee Balance $0.00 $0.00 001 8954503 001.8954503 $1,385.00 51,385.00 Printed 10/27/2017 08:50:00 by Julia Cruz $1,385.00 DOC. INDEX Page 1 of 1 56 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & THY CLARK RWV#001-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER F Public Comments 57 Martin, Trevor From: Matthew Sevigny <Matthew@msevigny.com> Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 8:26 PM To: Martin, Trevor Subject: RWV #001-17 Trevor, I am sending this email as my comment/input regarding the right of way vacation of Roosevelt Ave going east off 18th Ave. I am the managing member of Prodigy 3, LLC that would benefit by approximately 10% of the vacated street. We have no objection to the Vacation of the Right away other than there be a requirement that our parcel be given permanent access to our parcel from 18th as the existing right of way allows. If this is left out it would create a hardship for the building as this section of Roosevelt has been used for Deliveries and access to the rear of the 1702 Englewood parcel for the last 30 + years. 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Thank You. 1 58 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & THY CLARK G-1 G-2 G-3 G-4 G-5 G-6 G-7 G-8 G-9 G-11 G-12 G-13 RWV#001-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER G Notices Agenda Statement: Set Date for Hearing Examiner Public Hearing (Resolution No. R-2017-148) Land Use Action Installation Certificate Notice of Petition & Public Hearing G -3a: Legal Notice G -3b: Press Release and Distribution Email G -3c: Parties and Agencies Notified G -3d: Affidavit of Mailing Affidavit of Posting of Resolution HE Agenda and Packet Distribution List HE Agenda & Sign -In Sheet Notice of Continuance to February 8, 2018 HE Agenda and Packet Distribution List — Con't Hearing HE Agenda & Sign -In Sheet — Con't Hearing 12/05/2017 12/08/2017 12/11/2017 12/13/2017 01/18/2018 01/25/2018 01/25/2018 02/01/2018 02/08/2018 Notice of Continuance to February 8, 2018 at 3:30 PM 02/08/2018 Notice of Hearing Examiner's Recommendation (see DOC INDEX#AA-1 for HE Recommendation) G-lla: Parties and Agencies Notified G -11b: Affidavit of Mailing Agenda Statement: Set Date of City Council Public Hearing Letter of Transmittal to City Clerk: City Council Hearing (Mailing Labels, Vicinity Map, Site Plan) 02/26/2018 03/20/2018 03/21/2018 CITY OF YAKIMA, PLANNING DIVISION LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima, Planning Division, have transmitted to: Sonya Claar-Tee, City Clerk, by hand delivery, the following documents: 1. Mailing labels for 181711 AVE PROPERTIES / STEVEN & KA Y CLARK (R #001-17) including all labels for parties of record and property owners within a radius of 300 feet of the subject property. 2. One Site Plan 3. One Vicinity Map Signed this 21st day of March, 2018. Lisa Maxey Planning Specialist Received By: Date: 59 DOC. 1ND4 18132311509 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 2524 YAKIMA, WA 98907 32311510 18T PO BOX 252 YAKIEI j - t';, 98907 PROPERTIES LLC 18132311511 18TPROPERTI PO BOX .. 18131444506 ALLISTON ENTERPRISES LLC 1629 PLEASANT HILL RD SELAH, WA 98942 18131333081 GENESIS HOUSING SERVICES 5301 TIETON DRIVE STE G YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132311542 KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF WA 1614 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311493 MC NAMARA CONSTRUCTION INC 1230 PLEASANT VALLEY RD YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132311494 ARA CONSTRUCT:# 18132311526 PRODIGY 3 LLC 1212 N 16TH AVE # 1 YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444510 PUBLIC SERVICES -FACILITIES 128 N 2ND ST 4TH FL YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311467 WILSON REAL ESTATE IV LLC EAD AVE 18132311469 ANTHONY & KAREN RIZZO 1405 5 315T AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311458 DONALD E. WATSON 1620 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444508 FREDERICK CRAIG EILERS PO BOX 583 ROSLYN, WA 98941 18132311465 WILSON REAL ESTATE IV LLC 1104 E MEAD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311466 WI 1104 E MEAD. YA, E.t. A 98901 18132311462 WILSON REAL ESTATE IX LLC 1104 E MEAD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 18132311468 CANDIDA LEON JUAREZ 701 SHOTGUN LN YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132422403 EVELIA SANCHEZ 517 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132422400 GABRIEL F GOMEZ 106 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311463 REAL ESTATE IX? 1104 E ME WA 98903 18131444509 CLAUDIA J EILERS 920 LIBERTY ST BELLINGHAM, WA 98225 18132311545 EVERETT H DOTY 5301 BITTERROOT WAY YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132311473 GLEN D & CARRIE A KELLEY 15087 COTTONWOOD CANYON RD YAKIMA, WA 98908 18131333082 GUADALUPE OROZCO 1531 CHERRY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311544 HOWARD E MAGGARD 1101 STATE ROUTE 821 YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311455 JAMES PYLICAN 1612 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311429 JAMES E & ROXANN FAULCONER 3312 S 62ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 JA 132311429 & ROXANN FAULCO, 3312 S 62 Y 18132311459 JAVIER R GONZALEZ 1613 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98960`+ 0 18131444497 JESUS & ESPERANZA CORREA PO BOX 206 PASCO, WA 99301 18132311403 JOHN P. ET AL LOOFBURROW 1902 ENGLEWOOD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311423 LYNN KILSEIMER 505 N 18TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444513 MA` w. , G WEIME 4501 AVA A WA 9a 18132422441 JOE A NELSON 511 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311460 LARRY E & EDNA MAE ROSS 1001 HUGHES LN GRANITE FALLS, WA 98252 18132422404 MARIA AGUILAR 515 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444514 18132311470 JOHN E & DOROTHY J PETERSON 917 S 18TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311472 LEA V NIX 1809 ROOSEVELT AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444512 MARION G WEIMER 4501 AVALANCHE AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132422402 NEVADA P PIMENTEL 519 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132422401 PATRICIA LAGUNAS 1117 GARFIELD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311489 NLEY & VERNA SHAFER 18132311412 N MICHAEL & KATHY D C 18132311492 ROBERT A HILL 1806 ROOSEVELT AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311490 SQA VERNA SHAFER PO BOX 951 SELAH, W 18132311519 STE Y. .' ' ICHAEL & KATHY D PO BOX 24 YAK! j 8907 18132311513 18132311513 TE Y & ZADA ANN CA PO BOX YAK =°' ' .x > A 9890 18132311491 VE .K:-_' ANLEYS' PO BOX 951 SE ►.; A 98942 18132311487 STANLEY & VERNA SHAFER PO BOX 951 SELAH, WA 98942 18131444478 STEVEN MICHAEL & KATHY P0 BOX 2434 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18132311512 TERRY L & ZADA ANN CAWDERY PO BOX 8302 YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132311505 VERN .wTAN.EYSEi PO BOX 95 18132311506 18132311464 VILMA RADFORD 502 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311484 N M. ROBINSON 132311485 18132311483 WARREN M. ROBINSON 1802 ENGLEWOOD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311486 REN M. ROBINSON WA 1802 ENG Y 18132311461 WENDELL LEE & SUSAN C BARR PO BOX 2978 FLORENCE, AZ 85232 61 Total Parcels - 18th Ave Properties LLC/Steven & Kathy Clark - RWV#001- 17 &Juno 14-e..cafn5 A,wv DDI kAmic) /3 AR, Parties of Record — 18"' Ave Properties LLC — Steven & Kathy Clark — RWV#002-17 63 18th Ave Properties LLC Attn: Ken Nass PO Box 2524 Yakima, WA 98907 primaryelect@gmail.com Steven & Kathy Clark PO Box 2434 Yakima, WA 98907 Prodigy 3 LLC 1212N 16th Ave #1 Yakima, WA 98902 matthew mod n .,cotn Amelia -Jo Dano 706 N 3rd St Apt. B Yakima, WA 98901 Sharon Kroes 802 N 51" Ave Yakima, WA 98908 Arthur Wentworth artw44@ghotmaRcom Jesus Vargas 2201 Willow St Yakima, WA 98902 Name Carolyn Belles Glenn Denman Joe Caruso Suzanne DeBusschere Joan Davenport - Dan Riddle Mike Shane Pat Reid Jeff Cutter Sara Watkins Archie Matthews Joseph Calhoun Chief Rizzi Scott Schafer Loretta Zammarchi Randy Layman Naeem Kara James Dean Dana Kallevig Randy Meloy For the Record/File Binder Copy Pedro Sanchez 602 E Yakima Ave Yakima, WA 98901 In -House Distribution Division Code Administration Code Administration Code Administration Code Administration Community Development Engineering Engineering Fire Dept Legal Dept Legal Dept ONDS Planning Division Police Department Public Works Dept Refuse Division Refuse Division Transit Division Utilities Wastewater Wastewater Type of Notice: File Number: E-mail List E-mail Address Carolyn.BeRes@yakimawRgov Glenn.Denteengyakimawk.aov Joelaruso akitnawa, ov Suzanne.Debussehere roanDaven ort aktrnawa. ov akt'mawa ov Danaiddle@yakertawa.gov Mike.Shane@yakintawRgov Pat Reidayakinutwa.gov Jeff.Cutter@yakenawa.gov Sara.Watkins akim wa ov. ArchiRMatthews@yakimawa.gov Joseph.Calhourtlit)-yakimawa.gov Dominic.,Rizet ScoteRchafer akimawaov akimawRgov Loretta2ammarehi@wwkimawRgov Rand la man akintawa.lov NaeetteKara@yakirnawa.gov James Dean akirnawa ov Darta„Kalleviakiatawa..lor d Me10 vakirtiatva.,,gov COLineit 14faking C)oR /7 Revised 03/2018 DOC. INDEX 64 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 8:31 AM To: Claar Tee, Sonya Subject: Mailing Labels for Council Hearing Notice - 18th Ave. Properties RWV#001-17 Sonya, Mailing labels will be delivered to you shortly for the city council public hearing notice for the above -entitled project. Please email the notice to the following distribution lists: In -House Distribution E-mail List updated 03.08.2018 &, Local Media List 09.21.2017. Please also email the notice to: prim. eleet0 aiLcorn matthe ,msevigny.eorn artw4 otmail cam Thank you! Lisa M ey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 - Lisa.Maxeyayalgmawa.gpy 129 N 2"I Street, Yakima, WA 98901 S.V00.N. r arming X3©NI 'DOa RECEIVED 65 OCT 2 7 ZDi? r -ca tarb 046, no 20 ie if CITY UF YAKIJ 1ai•R:.:..._low . McGLOTHERN HOME SITES NO6 A Portion of the NONE' Sent 23, 7.13N., R.ISEWM. FAL, NNW i' _ }I�LA_rO..�, -kOVSF.tteCt AYG Ire IAA 'VW E4tEVTOnTOD AVE. w. DEDICATION %3 , '07 o It 197 aMC..omrn. bald 1•-100. bran pn Ser. JUNE 1946 OFR. oF C.E Hewitt, DO KNOW ALL MEN BY 77/£5£ PRESENTS That we N P M`GIo/hern and Nora C M°Glolhern, husband and keit, are the Contract Purchasers, and Ferry C. Morris and Lena M. Morris husband and wile, are the owners or 0 Tract or land in the Northeast quarter of the thrth ./ gw.lor or Section 23 Township 19 Abrin. Range 1$ Coat. Y0 M, descnbed o Albers .549.0., 644 Fee/ N 0.54.50 and 40 Feer east or the Southwest corner or said Subdivision, thence East 300 fief, thence $ 0-54E /50 rest thence East 94_reel, more or less to the Right -of ray of the Pacific Power and Light Co wnstewny, thence N52'/6E along this Righto/eeay 5662 feet,hence N4sb5E/36(eetthence Al 0.54.W 148 Feet, thence West 220 feel. thence NO -54W 315 fest to a pant 22 Feet south of the North line or said Section 23 thence Nest para/lel with said Sechon line 21405 Feet, thence 50'54'£ 315 feet; thence 61651 253 Feet to a pan/ 337 feel .50-51E and 190 feet East From the Moth - west corner of said Sub.1.r.. ion, thence S 0-54'E /76 fest, thence West 170 kef thence 50754'5 1705 keit ri o or k.. to the place of beginning; And WJ Fannon and Mar* 5 Amman are the owners or a portion or the abo.r eaeerrbed Suadoverwr and also a portion of the Southeast quarto or in. 5w/hcvx/ gaarke or &dean 14 or said TWp and Range.dratneed as folies: bbpuvena 30 9c/ Writ and 25 Feet North of the horiheesl corner or said Seehaa 23, theme Wee! 6409 flet fa the east line of Nee •Repfal of Lots 50 prod 95 of Lewe•Tcrry Garden Tracts: thence Seale a6+J this line 47 fief and cons:wag S 65,ft along eta east line of the afore da- cr.lwd Tree 615 r&el. thence Earl 529 Rhe: then. 50•S4'E 640 Feet, mare or her, to the norther& M' 5/• .5 fogy line al' the !Axe,/},, Power and Lrghl eo waslemay tee ee N43-OZE along this Alla EON tart, mare err fres re rhe west the of drkleenth Avenue 86200, Wore Rede 686 Thal te. the point of lngenhutg; That WE bars caused same ea be surveyed and pralted lea BMwrs Blocks and Gots, ender the deargneird mine or M°G40TNERH NOME 5/TES 11Th S, os shown ea the annexed p1a1 and ree do hardy cknkok co, xnfonats m the alive!. 00 &hewn en said pia/ /. the use oF the pabbe in accordance With the Steers of 6h0 Sete or W0•Idlueglan, m mr/e cases mode ,rad p'arrc'd and we hereby resarro eeee1er,1. 16 wet in wed/4, 6 reel off toe rear or with ion or as phew, on Abe *mowed P. Pr Mc plops. of. Peropi lll.lrties, 61 Wines Wru ted We here 0riew/e66 N7r.6e peseg13 Mad"- d/y ar .line 6944 +r' .. I beeecrorso a. Leo aq•buill TiHG Eneorensy Co. n, 4Y/L J0 •lu IFw + r'.r �sr•�e>tl Vee, I1rK dS sow rr Ind Tela_. Cir, Nrr MINOSD R WAN •t.wb lee�t5� �•a. riip I HEREBY CERTIFY that all taxes an the property hereon described are paid up to and including the year /945. County Treasurer APPROVED BY the County Engineer, Yakima County, Washington this Zr" day or June /946. County Engineer APPROVED BY the Planning Commission or the ci/y or Yakima this day or June 1946. Ch r,.tie y o. Charman r C'hsrireer.e APPROVED BY the Board or County Commissioners, 74 County, Washington, this :.. P_ day or June /946 �iman ACKNOWLEDGMENT Efate of Washingtoal Glumly of Yakima ' S Ore rhI3• day of ,Ame 1946. peroonoily appeared brfvre me /2 R M'&lolhern adV Mara C M`Gkfhn'n, lrrlshand 3.66 erre, and Ferry e Morris and Lwin A4 Morns, haabend and wile. and aV J. Fern, and Arne F F3nran, to me known t. be the indreal a/a dracribcd in and who executed the Forcgomg instrument and acknowledged sand errafru. men) eo be thew tree and voluntary esti and deed rbr the pmllow Therein men/rand. IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set My hand and•• -w afrixed my seal the day and year first wriifeyl ab3r '0 1. '�5 Notary Pubhc m and for the Stall'e o2 Washington, residing at Yakima •• DOC. INDEX VICINITY MAP File Number: RWV#001-17 Project Name: 18' AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & KATHY CLARK Site Address: VIC. OF ROOSEVELT AVE BETWEEN 18TH AVE & THE POWERHOUSE CANAL TRAIL 66 17 11 -■1■�'% ■W % P I E r OninMA JO PVL ROOSEVELT AVE Yakima Codnty Com ne rs O It: a ENGLENOOD AVE Proposed ‘acanon MCK[NLEY AVE KnreonI 1 heat:ryBerten Church Proposal: Vacate a portion of Roosevelt Ave that extends east of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail. Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division at (509) 575-6183 Map Disclaimer: Information shown on this map is for planning and illustration purposes only. The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided or for any action taken, or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein. Date Created: 10/30/2017 DOC. INDEX #_13 3/21/2018 Coversheet ITEM TITLE: SUBMITTED BY: BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT 67 Item No. 6.D. For Meeting of: March 20, 2018 Set April 3, 2018, as the date for an open recorpublic hearing to consider the Hearing Examiner's recommendation regarding a right-of-way petition to vacate a portion of Roosevelt Ave that extends east of 1 8th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Trevor Martin, Associate Planner (509) 575-6162 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: On October 27, 2017, the City of Yakima Department of Community Development received a petition from Ken Nass for the vacation of a portion of platted right-of-way. The application was reviewed at an open record public hearing held on February 8, 2018, and the City of Yakima Hearing Examiner rendered his recommendation for approval on February 23, 2018. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Set date. BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date 3/12/2018 xopo:8yommamnvuvaoondaoom/agondaintranet/covomhoetoomnkom|o=5715&Moeong|o=584 Type Backup Material 1/1 68 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: R #001-17 18th Ave Pro • erties Steven & Kath Clark Vic. of Roosevelt Ave btwn 18th Ave & Powerhouse Canal Trail I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Hearing Examiner's Recommendation. A true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant and parties of record, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 26th day of February, 2018. That I mailed said notices in the mariner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Lisa Maxey Planning Specialist 18132311509 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 2524 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18132311510 18T ` 'VE PROPERTIES PO BOX 2 181 18TH A PO BOX A, WA 98907 18131444506 ALLISTON ENTERPRISES LLC 1629 PLEASANT HILL RD SELAH, WA 98942 18131333081 GENESIS HOUSING SERVICES 5301 TIETON DRIVE STE G YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132311542 KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF WA 1614 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311493 MC NAMARA CONSTRUCTION INC 1230 PLEASANT VALLEY RD YAKIMA, WA 98908 18131444510 PUBLIC SERVICES -FACILITIES 128 N 2ND ST 4TH FL YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311467 ON REAL ESTATE IV LLC 1104 YAK!A9 18132311494 RA CONSTRUCTION INC 1230 PLEAS A 98908 18132311526 PRODIGY 3 LLC 1212 N 16TH AVE # YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311465 WILSON REAL ESTATE IV LLC 1104 E MEAD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311462 WILSON REAL ESTATE IX LLC 1104 E MEAD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 1+'.132311466 EAL ESTATE IV I' 1813 311463 WI LSO :" AL ESTAT 110.4 AKIMA, WA 989; 18132311469 ANTHONY & KAREN RIZZO 1405 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311468 CANDIDA LEON JUAREZ 701 SHOTGUN LN YAKIMA, WA 98901 18131444509 CLAUDIA J EILERS 920 LIBERTY ST BELLINGHAM, WA 98225 18132311458 DONALD E. WATSON 1620 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132422403 EVELIA SANCHEZ 517 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311545 EVERETT H DOTY 5301 BITTERROOT WAY YAKIMA, WA 98908 18131444508 FREDERICK CRAIG EILERS PO BOX 583 ROSLYN, WA 98941 18131333082 GUADALUPE OROZCO 1531 CHERRY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132422400 GABRIEL F GOMEZ 106 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311473 GLEN D & CARRIE A KELLEY 15087 COTTONWOOD CANYON RD YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132311544 HOWARD E MAGGARD 1101 STATE ROUTE 821 YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311455 JAMES PYLICAN 1612 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311429 JAMES E & ROXANN FAULCONER 3312 S 62ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 18132311429 ES E & ROXANN FAULC ND 18132311459 JAVIER R GONZALEZ 1613 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 989130C. 18131444497 JESUS & ESPERANZA CORREA PO BOX 206 PASCO, WA 99301 18132311403 JOHN P. ET AL LOOFBURROW 1902 ENGLEWOOD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311423 LYNN KILSEIMER 505 N 18TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444513 PRION G WEIMER 4501 A YA 18132422441 JOE A NELSON 511 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311460 LARRY E & EDNA MAE ROSS 1001 HUGHES LN GRANITE FALLS, WA 98252 18132422404 MARIA AGUILAR 515 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444514 ON G WEIMER 4501 A AWA 18132311470 JOHN E & DOROTHYJ PETERSON 917 S 18TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311472 LEA V NIX 1809 ROOSEVELT AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444512 MARION G WEIMER 4501 AVALANCHE AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132422402 NEVADA P PIMENTEL 519 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132422401 PATRICIA LAGUNAS 1117 GARFIELD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311492 ROBERTA HILL 1806 ROOSEVELT AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311487 STANLEY & VERNA SHAFER PO BOX 951 SELAH, WA 98942 18132311489 S LEY & VERNA SHAFER, PO 18132311490 STAVERNA SHA PO BOX 9 WA 98942 18132311412 ICHAE 18132311519 STEV `` MICHAEL&KAT PO BOX KIMA, WA 98907 18132311513 & ZADA ANN CAWDERY 18132311491 VER STANLEY SHAFERw: PO BOX 95 5 18131444478 STEVEN MICHAEL & KATHY D CLARK PO BOX 2434 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18132311512 TERRY L & ZADA ANN CAWDERY PO BOX 8302 YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132311505 VER A & STANLEY SHAFER PO BO SELAH, 18132311506 VE s ,& STANLEY 5 PO BOX SEL 18132311484 WARREN 180 E KIMA, WA 98902 18132311464 VILMA RADFORD 502 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 181323 =:a 485 WARREN C}BINSON 1802 ENGLE YAKI 18132311483 WARREN M. ROBINSON 1802 ENGLEWOOD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311486 WARR ° Mw,.k ROBINSON 1802 ENGLE YAK. 18132311.461 WEN DELL LEE & SUSAN C BARR PO BOX 2978 FLORENCE, AZ 85232 61 Total Parcels - 18th Ave Properties LLC/Steven & Kathy Clark - RWV#001- 17 DOC. INDEX Parties of Record — 72 8tfl Ave Properties LLC — Steven & Kathy Clark — RWV#002-17 18th Ave Properties LLC Attn: Ken Nass PO Box 2524 Yakima, WA 98907 primaryelect@gmail.com Amelia -Jo Dano addchildofgod ginall.com Jesus Vargas 2201 Willow St Yakima, WA 98902 Name Carolyn Belles Steven & Kathy Clark PO Box 2434 Yakima, WA 98907 Sharon Kroes 802 N 51 Ave Yakima, WA 98908 Pedro Sanchez 602 E Yakima Ave Yakima, WA 98901 Prodigy 3 LLC 1212N 16th Ave #1 Yakima, WA 98902 maghew msevigny.com Arthur Wentworth adw44@hotmail.com In -House Distribution E-mail List Division Code Administration E-mail Address Carolvn,Belies@yakimawa., ov Glenn Denman Code Administration lenn.1)enrnan akimawa. ov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.Caruso@yakimawaggov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Sugannte.Debtisschereac vakiigiavva.gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Daven on akimawa.gov Dan Riddle Engineering Dark Riddle akimawa. ,ov Mike Shane Engineering Mike.Shane@yakirriawa.gov Mark Soptich Fire Dept Mark. Soptich@yakimawamov Jeff Cutter Legal Dept geff.Cuner akimawa.gov Sara Watkins Legal Dept Sara. Watking@sak imawa.gov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie.Matthew akimawa.. ov Joseph Calhoun Planning Division Joseph..galhoung'nvakimawa,gov Chief Rizzi Police Department Dom i nic.Rizzayakimaw@gov Scott Schafer Public Works Dept ScottSchafer d akiinawa.:ov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Division Loreda.Zammarchi@yakimawa.gov Randy Layman Refuse Division Randy. Lay man@yakimawa.gov Naeem Kara Transit Division Num), Kara akimawa. ov James Dean Utilities J ames De a n Ay ak ma wa .go v Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana. Kai lev ig@yakimawa.gov Randy Meloy astewater Rand Melo akiniawamov For the Record/File Revised 04/2017 Type of Notice: I\WC-• of tie - File Number: 00 7 Date of Mailing: (9/73. DON. INDEX 73 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Monday, February 26, 2018 10:48 AM To: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Caruso, Joe; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Desgrosellier, Bob; Ibarra, Rosalinda; Kallevig, Dana; Kara, Naeem; Layman, Randy; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; Meloy, Randy; Riddle, Dan; Rizzi, Dominic; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Soptich, Mark; Watkins, Sara; Zammarchi, Loretta Cc: Martin, Trevor Subject: Notice of Hearing Examiner's Recommendation - 18th Ave Properties LLC - RWV# 001-17 Attachments: NOTICE OF HE RECOMMENDATION _18th Ave Properties_RWV#001-17.pdf Attached is a Notice of Hearing Examiner's Recommendation regarding the above -entitled project. If you have any questions about this proposal please contact assigned planner Trevor Martin at (509) 575-6162 or email to: trevor.martirOvakimawa.gov. Thank you! Lisa M ey Planning Specialist City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 - Lisa.maeme kimawagov 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 AW a Mak a. fa. laaaa ti arming 1 a a a awa. #il,1 1.„%%. ri CITY OF YAKIMA r arming DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Planning Division Joan Davenport, AICP, Director 129 North Second Street, 2" Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning 74 NOTIFICATION OF HEARING E • MINER'S RECOMMENDATION TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL February 26, 2018 On February 23, 2018, the City of Yakima Hearing Examiner rendered his recommendation on RWV#001-17. The application submitted by 18th Ave Properties LLC is a proposal to vacate a portion of Roosevelt Ave that extends east of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail. The application was reviewed at an open record public hearing held on February 8, 2018. A copy of the I Iearing Examiner's Findings and Recommendation is enclosed. The Hearing Examiner's Recommendation will be considered by the Yakima City Council in a public hearing to be scheduled. The City Clerk will notify you of the date, time and place of the public hearing. For further information or assistance you may contact Associate Planner Trevor Martin at (509) 575-6162 at the City of Yakima Planning Division. Trevor Martin Associate Planner Date of Mailing: February 26, 2018 Enclosures: Hearing Examiner's Recommendation Yakima DOC. NE INDEX ?III -It t)F C-t>N N LA.INJ 12-)N1 G- oo 0 a... aoleg) ow. L -e-- C.04 NEArt. 75 -4_1\irRzt; DOC. INDEX # ( 0 PlannThmg' AIM ITC11\ A. CL2#027-17 SEPA#037-17 REF#002-17 SIGN -IN SHEET City of Yakima HEARING EXAMINER City Hall Council Chambers Thursday February 8, 2018 CONTINUED HEARING Beginning at 3:30 p.m. Public Hearin s TRANSFORM YAKIMA TOGETHER/ PRODIGY 3 LLC B. RWV#001-17 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC/ STEVEN & KATHY CLARK 02 ENGL 76 #7I i■U■WL% ' AIM tIM\ Plan'n VIC. ROOSEVELT & 18TH AVES PLEASE WRITE LEGIBLY Page 1 02/08/20 8 ikvw 111W Pannin"g SIGN -IN SHEET City of Yakima HEARING EXAMINER City Hall Council Chambers Thursday February 8, 2018 Beginning at 9:00 a.m. A. CL2#027-17 SEPA#037-17 REF#002-17 B. RWV#001-17 Public Hearin s P 77 ■ "\ Zx SA I aCITY nnOF YA<I inMA g TRANSFORM YAKIMA TOGETHER/ PRODIGY 3 LLC 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC/ STEVEN & KATHY CLARK PLEASE WRITE LEG 1702 ENGLEWOOD AVE VIC. ROOSEVELT & 18TH AVES BLY Page 1 DCC. 02/08/2011Nwascring P aninrg Indicate agenda item of interest (A or B) SIG N SHEET 78 ■ VI\ \t P a ii'nYi�n�g MAILING ADDRESS or E-MAIL ZIP CODE flivVz Page 2 02/08/2018 79 a a savv 01 RIAX it r t.....1l arionFyArik,mA 1 g DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2' Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning CITY OF YAKIMA HEARING EXAMINER AGENDA Thursday February 8, 2018 Yakima City Hall Council Chambers Beginning at 9:00 a.m. I. CALL TO 0 ER II. INTRODUCTION III. PUBLIC HEARING A. TRANSFORM YAKIMA TOGETHER/PRODIGY 3 LLC (12/11/2017) CL2#027-17 Planner: Joseph Calhoun SEPA#037-17 Address: 1702 Englewood Ave REF#002-17 Request: Proposal to establish a mission in an existing building in the M-1 zoning district. B. 18" AVE PROPERTIES LLC/STEVEN & KATHY CLARK (10/27/2017) RWV#001-17 (CONTINUED HEARING) Planner: Trevor Martin Address: Vic. of Roosevelt Ave (east of 18th Ave to Powerhouse Canal Trail) Request: Vacate a portion of Roosevelt Ave that extends east of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail. IV. ADJOURNMENT If you are unable to attend the hearing, you may submit your comments in writing prior to the hearing. You may also submit written testimony at the hearing. Yakima DOC: INDEX I:fearing Examiner AGENDA ONLY Distribution List 07/20/2017 Phil Lamb 311 North 3rd Street Yakima, WA 98901 KIT-KATS Radio 4010 Summitview, SuitegY0 Yakima, WA 98908 All YPAC rend .beekler i akimawagov mike.brown akimawa. ov bonnie...Mean° akimawagov john.fannin akimawa. ov Yakima Assoc. of Realtors Gov. Affairs Committee 2707 River Road Yakima, WA 98902-1165 KARY Radio 17 N 3rd St Ste 103 Yakima, WA 98901 Dominic Rizzi Police Chief dominte.rizzi akimanat, ov KCYU-FOX 68 David Okowski 1205 West Lincoln Ave. Yakima, WA 98902 KIMA TV 2801 Terrace Heights Drive Yakima, WA 98901 Bob Stewart Fire Chief bob.stewangyakimawagov Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 N. Keys Rd. Yakima, WA 98901 KNDO TV 216 West Yakima Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Sonya Claar-Tee City Clerk son a.claartee akimwaggy Office of Rural FWH Marty Miller 1400 Summitview #203 Yakima, WA 98902 Yakima Herald -Republic P.O. Box 9668 Yakima, WA 98909 Cliff Moore City Manager Clittntoore@yrtkitnawatgov akintttwasgOv cally.prfce ,y Yakima School Dist. #7 Superintendent 104 North 4th Street Yakima, WA 98902 VIVA P.O. Box 511 Toppenish, WA 98948 Jeff Cutter City Attorney Jefftentter # akimawa. ov Radio KDNA P.O. Box 800 Granger, WA 98932 Business Times Bruce Smith P.O. Box 2052 Yakima, WA 98907 Patrick D. Spurgin 411 N. 2"d St. Yakima, WA 98901 KAPP TV Attn: Newsroom PO Box 1749 Yakima, WA 98907-1749 Yakima Valley C.O.G. 311 N. 4th Street #204 Yakima, WA 98901 Gary Cuillier 314 N. 2"d Street Yakima, WA 98901 Reed C. Pell 31 Chicago Avenue #4 Yakima, WA 98902 reed@reedcpell net Maud Scott 307 Union Street Yakima, WA 98901 Hearing Examiner Packet AGENDA, STAFF REPORT, SITE PLAN AND MAPS......... 01/05/2017 Archie Matthews ONDS Archie. atthe s akimawa. OV Brett Sheffield Engineering Division 13rettsbeffield@yakirnawa.gov DON'T FORGET TO SEND ONE TO THE APPLICANT & PROPERTY OWNER........... Attn: Ken Nass 18th Ave Properties LLC PO Box 2524 Yakima, WA 98907 pin eled-cD5wizit.Corn Sara Watkins City Legal Depar ntent Sara.watkins@vakimawa.goy Joan Davenport Community Development oart.daven ort@ aktirrawa. ov Yakima County Planning Public Services Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakirna.vva.us Binder Copy For the Record/File Steven & Kathy Clark PO Box 2434 Yakima, WA 98907 Yakima County Planning County Courthouse 81 'effersorts encer@rowaki waub Dana Kallevig Wastewater Division Dana.kallevig@vakimawa.gov Yakima County Commissioners Co 'ssioners.vveb@rtaya kima wa .11s Prodigy 3 LLC 1212 N 16th Ave #1 Yakima, WA 98902 DOC. INDEX 82 P 111k.X CITY OF YAK:MA arming SIGN -IN SHEET City of Yakima HEARING EXAMINER City Hall Council Chambers Thursday January 25, 2018 Beginning at 9:00 a.m. Public Hearin ism • AAa alvwx P I 6, YnOnTh M A. R V#001-17 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC/ VIC. ROOSEVELT & 18TH STEVEN & KATHY CLARK AVES PLEASE WRITE LEGIBLY c".Y. -Os N\ Page 1 DOC. 01/25/2018 HERAN OS 1%A., X0,1 CITY Or YAKIMA P arming DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning CITY OF YAKIMA HEARING EXAMINER AGENDA Thursday January 25, 2018 Yakima City Hall Council Chambers Beginning at 9:00 a.m. L CALL TO 0 ER II. INTRODUCTION III. PUBLIC HEARING IV. a A. 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC/STEVEN & KATHY CLARK (10/27/2017) RWV#001-17 Planner: Trevor Martin Address: Vic. of Roosevelt Ave (east of 18th Ave to Powerhouse Canal Trail) Request: Vacate a portion of Roosevelt Ave that extends east of 18th Ave to the Powerhouse Canal Trail. JOU ' MENT 84 If you are unable to attend the hearing, you may submit your comments in writing prior to the hearing. You may also submit written testimony at the hearing. Yakima ••• DOC VMS 1994 INDEX weN OW YbRam08, Hearing Examiner AGENDA ONLY Distribution List 07/20/2017 Phil Lamb 311 North 3rd Street Yakima, WA 98901 KIT-KATS Radio 4010 Summitview, Suite8500 Yakima, WA 98908 All YPAC randy.beeliter c akimawa, 'ov Mike,brown akimawa. ov boonjedozano akimawa. v jp ha „ fano ingZyaki maw agov Dominic Rizzi Police Chief domin irmizzikvakimawagov Yakima Assoc. of Realtors Gov. Affairs Committee 2707 River Road Yakima, WA 98902-1165 KCYU-FOX 68 David Okowski 1205 West Lincoln Ave. Yakima, WA 98902 KARY Radio 17 N 3rd St Ste 103 Yakima, WA 98901 KIMA TV 2801 Terrace Heights Drive Yakima, WA 98901 Bob Stewart Fire Chief bob.stewarkiPyakimawa.gov Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 N. Keys Rd. Yakima, WA 98901 KNDO TV 216 West Yakima Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Sonya Claar-Tee City Clerk sotto ,,elaartregyakiinwit gov Office of Rural FWH Marty Miller 1400 Summitview #203 Yakima, WA 98902 Yakima Herald -Republic P.O. Box 9668 Yakima, WA 98909 Cliff Moore City Manager Cliffinoore a akimawa„ ov cally,price ,yakirnavvagov Yakima School Dist. #7 Superintendent 104 North 4th Street Yakima, WA 98902 VIVA P.O. Box 511 Toppenish, WA 98948 Jeff Cutter City Attorney Jeftrutte akimawa. ov Radio KDNA P.O. Box 800 Granger, WA 98932 Business Times Bruce Smith P.O. Box 2052 Yakima, WA 98907 Patrick D. Spurgin 411 N. 2"d St. Yakima, WA 98901 KAPP TV Attn: Newsroom PO Box 1749 Yakima, WA 98907-1749 Yakima Valley C.O.G. 311 N. 4th Street #204 Yakima, WA 98901 Gary Cuillier 314 N. 2"d Street Yakima, WA 98901 Reed C. Pell 31 Chicago Avenue #4 Yakima, WA 98902 reed c reedcpell.net Maud Scott 307 Union Street Yakima, WA 98901 DOC. INDEX Hearing Examiner Packet AGENDA, STAFF REPORT, SITE PLAN AND MAPS......... 01/05/2017 Sara Watkins City Legal Department Sara.vvatkins@vakinnawa.goy Yakima County Planning County Courthouse 86 jeffers(ara.s ericer@xo. akima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS Archie.matthews@ a awa.,ov Joan Davenport Community Development foan.davenpon@yakimawa.gov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Division Dana.kallevtz8 akimawa.ov Brett Sheffield Engineering Division Bren.sheffield@ akimawa..ov Yakima County Planning Public Services Vern Redifer Vernredifer@co.yakirna.wa.us Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co. akima. a .us DON'T FORGET TO SEND ONE TO THE APPLICANT & PROPERTY OWNER........... Binder Copy For the Record/ File t%-otAve,-W*rbeSt,„Lt Pvt-Vn: K- NiXEE XXIX XxXE1 "IEIOCOE, cAget-i irnoy-ti occi-cOricui, Conn_ 7.\-tveLek K,-thi)C14, ?C?O Sti vKirilo_ von c‘SMD1 ProcN 3 L_Lc, Os\ Ni ft- • • --4# voi9 q8o10a RE: File# Applicant Name: Project Name: Site Location: W‘X P at- Ynony AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING STATE OF WASHINGTON K14)1/ 00fl Rpose.14 Ave 41M4' V 4 Vt7C 1*4 1"Pi 18 vu A o4 87 As an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, I have posted a copy of the Resolution fixing time of public hearing before the Hearing Examiner. The Hearing Examiner Public Hearing is scheduled for the 5 day of 20 Notices were posted on the -D day of Dee-cw,,i- 20 V3r at the following locations: Lobby of City Hall, County Courthouse and the Central Library. s'ipot44c, Job Title Date DOC. INDEX AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: R #001-17 88 ltith Ave Pro erties Steven & Rath Clark Vic. of Roosevelt Ave between 18th Ave & Powerhouse Canal Trail I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Petition and Public Hearing. A true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of the subject property, that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the llth day of December, 2017. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Lisa Maxey Planning Specialist 18132311509 18TH AVE PROPERTIES PO BOX 2524 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18132311510 18T EPROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 25 YAKIMA, 18131444506 ALLISTON ENTERPRISES LLC 1629 PLEASANT HILL RD SELAH, WA 98942 18132311493 MC NAMARA CONSTRUCTION INC 1230 PLEASANT VALLEY RD YAKIMA, WA 98908 18131444510 PUBLIC SERVICES -FACILITIES 128 N 2ND ST 4TH FL YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311467 EAL ESTATE 18132311494 MC N> ''-.;RACONSTRUCTIO 1230 PLEASA YAKI 18132311542 KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF WA 1614 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311526 PRODIGY 3 LLC 1212 N 16TH AVE # 1 YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311465 WILSON REAL ESTATE IV LLC 1104 E MEAD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 32311466 WILSO' 1104 E MEA ESTATE IV LLC A, WA 98901 18132311462 WILSON REAL ESTATE IX LLC 1104 E MEAD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 WILSON R 1104 E MEAD 18132311469 ANTHONY & KAREN RIZZO 1405 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311468 CANDIDA LEON JUAREZ 701 SHOTGUN LN YAKIMA, WA 98901 18131444509 CLAUDIA J EILERS 920 LIBERTY ST BELLINGHAM, WA 98225 18132311458 DONALD E. WATSON' 1620 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132422403 EVELIA SANCHEZ 517 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311545 EVERETT H DOTY 5301 BITTERROOT WAY YAKIMA, WA 98908 18131444508 FREDERICK CRAIG EILERS PO BOX 583 ROSLYN, WA 98941 18132422400 GABRIEL F GOMEZ 106 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311473 GLEN D & CARRIE A KELLEY 15087 COTTONWOOD CANYON RD YAKIMA, WA 98908 18131333082 GUADALUPE OROZCO 1531 CHERRY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311429 JAMES E & ROXANN FAULCONER 3312 S 62ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 18132311544 HOWARD E MAGGARD 1101 STATE ROUTE 821 YAKIMA, WA 98901 18132311429 E & ROXANN FAULCO 3312 S 18132311455 JAMES PYLICAN 1612 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311459 JAVIER R GONZALEZ 1613 MCKINLEY AVE YAKIMA, WA 98 c. IND 18131444497 JESUS & ESPERANZA CORREA PO BOX 206 PASCO, WA 99301 18132311403 JOHN P. ET AL LOOFBURROW 1902 ENGLEWOOD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 1$132422441 JOE A NELSON 511 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311460 LARRY E & EDNA MAE ROSS 1001 HUGHES LN GRANITE FALLS, WA 98252 18132311470 JOHN E & DOROTHY] PETERSON 917 S 18TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311472 LEA V NIX 1809 ROOSEVELT AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311423 LYNN KILSEIMER 505 N 18TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132422404 MARIA AGUILAR 515 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132422401 PATRICIA LAGUNAS 1117 GARFIELD VE YAKIMA, A WA 98902 18131444514 N WEIMER 4501 AVA YA 18132311492 ROBERT A HILL 1806 ROOSEVELT AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131444512 MARION G WEIMER 4501 AVALANCHE AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132422402 NEVADA P PIMENTEL 519 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311487 STANLEY & VERNA SHAFER PO BOX 951 SELAH, WA 98942 18132311489 " ax NLEY & VERNA SHAF PO B!►x 1 - 18132311412 ST CHA 24 PO BOX 18132311519 EL & KAT 18132311513 TERR ZADA ANN CAWDE PO BOX 8, YAKII 18132311491 VERN °#.STANLEY SHAFER PO BOX 9 SELAH 4"`942.a 18131444478 STEVEN MICHAEL & PO BOX 2434 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18132311512 TERRY L & ZADA ANN CAWDERY PO BOX 8302 YAKIMA, WA 98908 PO BOX 18132311506 STANLEY SHAFER PO BOX 9 SE 18132311464 VILMA RADFORD 502 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132311483 WARREN M. ROBINSON 1802 ENGLEWOOD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 1802 ENG Y 18132311485 M. ROBINSON 1802 ENG YA 18132311486 _. RREN M. ROBINSON 1802 18132311461 WEN DELL LEE & SUSAN C BARR PO BOX 2978 FLORENCE, AZ 85232 61 Total Parcels 18th Ave Properties LLC/Steven & Kathy Clark -RVVV#OO1- 17 INDEX 92 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carol n,Belles akirtlawa. os, Glenn Denman Code Administration GlenmDenman@yakimawa.gov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe Caruso eivaki'itiawa.gov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.Debtisschere@yakintawa. ov Joan Davenport Community Development JoanDavenport yakimawagov Dan Riddle Engineering Dart.RlicIdle@yakimawa.gov Mike Shane Engineering MikeShanegyakiinawa.00v Mark Soptich Fire Dept Mark.So tich akitriawa ov Jeff Cutter Legal Dept JeffiCuttergyakirnawsigov Sara Watkins Legal Dept Sara Watkins@yakirnawa.,.gov. Archie Matthews ONDS ArthieMatthewsi Airflows. ov Joseph Calhoun Planning Division JifleephCalliouri@yaliiniaws.gov Chief Rizzi Police Department DominieRiiii ,yakiiniawa.gov Scott Schafer Public Works Dept Scott.Schafeci&yakimawa.gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Division Loretta.Z tnarchi akintawa. ov Randy Layman Refuse Division Randy Layinan@vakitnawa.gov Naeem Kara Transit Division NaeentKara skimaws. ov James Dean Utilities Jarrtes.Deart@,yaki'inawa.gov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Randy Meloy For the Record/File Binder Copy 1:lana-KallevidAwakirnawaieov astewater Rand .Melo s akimawa. ov Revised 04/2017 Type of Notice: File Number(s): Date of Mailing: I /7 93 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Monday, December 11, 2017 9:27 AM To: 'Gary Cullier'; 'Kevin Richardson Legal Secretary for Gary Cullier'; Belles, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Caruso, Joe; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Desgrosellier, Bob; lbarra, Rosalinda; Kallevig, Dana; Kara, Naeem; Layman, Randy; MatthewsArchie; Maxey, Lisa; Meloy, Randy; Riddle, Dan; Rizzi, Dominic; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Soptich, Mark; Watkins, Sara; Zammarchi, Loretta; Associated Press; Bastinelli, Mike; Brown, Michael; Casa Media Partners Rebecca Lambert; Davido, Sean; El Mundo; El Sol de Yakima Normand Garcia; Fannin, John; Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; KAPP TV News; KBBO-KRSE Radio manager; KCJT TV News; KDNA Radio Francisco Rios; KEPR TV News; KIMA TV News; KIT News; KIT/KATS/DMVW/KFFM Lance Tormey; KNDO TV NewsKNDU TV News KVEW TV News; La Casa Hogar; La Voz; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR Anna King; Randy Luvaas Yakima Business Times; RCDR - Maria DJ Rodriguez; Reed C. Pell; Tu Decides; Tu Decides Albert Torres; West VaIIey School District Angela Watts; Yakima Herald Republic Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima School District Jack |hnn; Yakima School District Scott butsu; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima VaIIey Business Times George Finch; YPAC Randy Beehler Cc:Martin, Trevor Subject: Notice of Petition & Public Hearing 1 8th Ave Properties/Steven & Kathy Clark RWV# 001 -17 Attachments: NOTICE OF PETITION & PUBLIC HEARING 18th Ave Properties Steven & Kat....pdf Attached is a Notice of Petition 86 Public Hearing regarding the above -entitled project.If}ou have any questions about this ml please contact assigned planner Trevor Martin at (509) 5756162 or email to: trevor.martinRyakirnawa.gov. Thank you! - LisaM ey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509 129 N 2^d Street, Yakima, WA 98901 Plahninb 1 INDEX A daily part of your life yakima-herald.com -Ad Proof - This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please confirm placement prior to deadline, by contacting your account rep at (509) 577-7740. Date: 12/06/17 Account #: Company Name: 110358 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA,AP Address: 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 98901-2720 Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Fax: Ad 117. 780567 Start: 12/11/17 Stop: 12/11/17 Total Cost: $131.40 4 of Inserts: 2 Lines: 71.0 Ad Class: 6021 Ad Class Name: Public Legal Notices Account Rep: Simon Sizer Phone 4 (509) 577-7740 Email: ssizergyakimaherald.com Run Dates: Yakima I Ierald-Republ ic YakimaHerald.com 12/11/17 12/11/17 94 Ad Proof CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF PETITION AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: December 11, 2017; TO: Petitioner and Adjoining Property Owners; FROM: Joan Davenport, AICP, Com- munity Development Director; SUBJECT: Notice of Petition for the vacation of platted alley right-of-way; FILE NO.: RWV 11001-17; NOTICE OF PETITION The City of Yakima, Department of Community Development has received an application from 18th Avenue Properties LLC. to vacate a portion of platted right-of-way, as described herein. The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd floor City Hall, 129 North 2nd St Yakima WA; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This request requires that the Hear- ing Examiner hold an open record public hearing. The public hearing is scheduled to be held on Thursday, January 25, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd St, Yakima, WA. Any per- son desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit written com- ments to: Joan Davenport, Community Development Director, City of Yakima, Department of Community Development, 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 If you have any questions on this proposal, please call Trevor Martin, Associate Planner at (509) 575-6162; Other Permits Required: None; The City Council shall decide whether or not to vacate the street or right-of-way which is the subject of this notice. The hearing examiner conducts a public hearing and makes a recommendation to the City Council. If you wish to be informed of the time, date, and place of the City Council meeting at which the hearing examiners recommendation will be considered, leave your name and mailing address in writing with the representative of the Community Develop- ment Department present at the examiner's public hearing. (780567) December 11, 2017 Publ CITY OF YAKI A NOTICE OF PETITION AND PUBLIC HEARING es DATE: December 11, 2017; TO: Petitioner and Adjoining Property Owners; FROM: Joan Davenport, AICP, Com- munity Development Director; SUBJECT: Notice of Petition for the vacation of platted alley right-of-way; FILE NO.: RWV #001-17; NOTICE OF PETITION The City of Yakima, Department of Community Development has received an application from 18th Avenue Properties LLC. to vacate a portion of platted right-of-way, as described herein. The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning, Division, 2nd floor City Hall, 129 North 2nd St, Yakima, WA; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This request requires that the Hear - rig Examiner hold an open record public hearing. The public hearing is scheduled to be held on Thursday, January 25, 2018, beginning' at 9:00 a.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd St, Yakima, WA. Any per- son desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit written com- ments to: Joan Davenport,', Community Development Director, City of Yakima, Department of Community Development, 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 If you have any questions on this` proposal, please call Trevor Martin, Associate Planner at (509) 575-6162; Other Permits Required: None; The City Council shall decide rhether or not to vacate the street or right-of-way which is the subject of this notice. The hearing examiner conducts a public hearing and makes a recommendation to the; City Council. If you wish to be informed of the time, date; and place of the City Council meeting at which the hearing examiner's recommendation will be considered, leave your name and mailing address in writing with the representative, of the Community Develop- ment Department present at the examiner's public hearing. 95 CITY OF 5t KIMA r arming DEPT TMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVEt vIENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning NOTICE OF PETITION AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: December 11, 2017 TO: Petitioner and Adjoining Property Owners FROM: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director SUBJECT: Notice of Petition for the vacation of platted alley right-of-way. FILE NO.: RWV #001-17 96 NOTICE OF PETITION The City of Yakima, Department of Community Development has received an application from 18th Avenue Properties LLC. to vacate a portion of platted right-of-way, as described herein. The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd floor City Hall, 129 North 2nd St, Yakima, WA. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This request requires that the Hearing Examiner hold an open record public hearing. The public hearing is scheduled to be held on Thursday, January 25, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m., in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd St, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit written comments to: Joan Davenport, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 If you have any questions on this proposal, please call Trevor Martin, Associate Planner at (509) 575-6162. Other Permits Required: None Encl.: Petition, Written Narrative, Site Plan, and Mailing Map The City Council shall decide whether or not to vacate the street or right-of-way which is the subject of this notice. The hearing examiner conducts a public hearing and makes a recommendation to the City Council. If you wish to be informed of the time, date, and place of the City Council meeting at which the hearing examiner's recommendation will be considered, leave your name and mailing address in writing with the representative of the Community Development Department present at the examiner's public hearing. DOC. INDEX Yakima 2015 1994 aa away 'tam attx n anCITY OF YAKIMA ning CITY OF YAKIMA LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE File Number: Applieaatipeei.eet Name: 97 Site Address: A Date of Posting: Location of Installation (Check One): Land Use Action Sign is installed per standards described in YMC §15.11.080(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (if not pre -approved by the Planning Manager) may not be acceptable by the Planning Division and is subject to relocation (at the owner's expense) to a more visible site on the property. The alternative location is: The required notice of application will be sent to the applicant and property owners within a 300 -foot radius after the Planning Division has received this Land Use Action Installation Certification. Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form signed in a timely manner may cause a delay in the application review process. I hereby testify that the installed sign fully complies with the Land Use Action sign installation standards (see pg. 2), that the sign will be maintained until a decision has been rendered, and that the sign will be returned within 30 days from the date the final decision is issued. Applicant's Signatu Ass Applicant's Name (Please Print) Date Applicant's Phone Number Please remit the above certification and deliver to the City of Yakima Planning Division via email to ask.planning@yakimawa.gov or in person/by mail to: City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 North 2" Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Page - 1 DOC, INDEX # 62 - Revised 01/2017 OR WV% RIMM aciThonF yiAnKibi RE IREMENTS FOR POSTING OF PRIN. E PROPERTY FOR LAND USE ACTION City of Yakima Community Development Department, Planning Division 129 N 2"d sk Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 575-6183 — ask. larmin 'akimawa,00v 98 GENERAL, INFO ATION The Land Use Action posted signage shall serve as a method of notification to the public that a land use application has been submitted to the City for a proposed change to the property. The Land Use Action sign shall be known in this section as the "sign" referred to in YMC §15.11.080(C) as the official signage for application of the following land use matters: o Class 3 Public Hearings; o Preliminary Long Subdivisions; o Rezones; o Right -of -Way Vacations; o Appeals; o Interpretation (if required) o Comprehensive Plan Amendments as indicated in C Ch.16.10; o Environmental Review, except for a categorically exempt application; and, o Annexation of property by the City. For the above land use matters it is required to post one sign and in some cases more than one sign on the site or in a location immediately adjacent to the site that provides visibility to motorists using adjacent streets. The Planning Manager has established standards for size, color, layout, design, and wording of thc signs which the Planning Division will supply to the applicant. The Planning Division sends out letters quarterly to property owners who have had a land use action proposal on their property that requires posting the property, reminding them to remove the sign(s) and return them to the Planning Division if they have not already done so. SIGNAGE INSTALLATION The applicant shall install the Land Use Action sign(s) in accordance with these provisions: o Signs shall be located at the midpoint on the street frontage from which the site is addressed or as otherwise directed by the Planning staff; o Signs shall be located 10 feet back from the property line; o Signs structurally attached to an existing building shall be exempt from the setback requirement, provided that no sign is located further than 10 feet from the property line without written approval from Planning staff; o The top of the signs shall be positioned between 5 and 6 feet above grade; o Signs shall be posted on the subject property so as to be clearly seen from each right-of-way providing primary vehicular access to the subject property as stated in YMC §15.11.080(C); and o The sign can be easily read from the adjacent street and/or sidewalk. Page -2 DOC. INDEX Revised 01/2017 1/18/2018 ITEM TITLE: SUBMITTED BY: Coversheet BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT 99 Item No. 6.G. For Meeting of: December 5, 2017 Resolution setting January 25, 2018, as the date for an open recorpublic hearing before the City of Yakima Hearing Examiner to vacate a portion of city right-of-way in the vicinity of North 18th Avenue & Roosevelt Avenue Joan Davenport, AICP, Community DevelopmenDirector Trevor Martin, Associate Planner SUMMARY EXPLANATION: On October 27, 2017, 1 8th Avenue Properties LLC, on behalf of Steven and Kathy Clark, a petition (Petition 17-08, RVVV#001-17) for the vacation of a portion of Roosevelt Ave that extends east of 18th Avenue to the Powerhouse Canal Trail. City Council is being asked to set the date for this public hearing before the Hearing Examiner for January 25, 2018. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Adopt Resolution BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description ��/��e/ ��m Upload Date nn3i20v oocm,r nonoor hupo://yamma.nov oauonda.nom/aynnuantroneVCovor8h°oteopxrkom|o=o453&Meohng|D~545 City Manager Type Resolution Exhibit Backup Material DO INDom 1/1 A RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. R-2017-148 100 fixing time for a public hearing before the Hearing Examiner on January 25, 2018. on a petition (Petition No. 17-08) to vacate a platted right-of-way in the vicinity of North 18wAve and Roosevelt WHEREAS. pursuant to RCW 35 79.010, a petition (Petition No 17-08. RVVV#001-17) has been filed with the City C|ark, requesting the vacation of a street or alleyway (or portion thereof) within the City of Yakima, a true copy of which petition is attached and incorporated into this resolution (Exhibit "A"), and WHEREAS, such a petition has beeri signed by the owners of more than two-thirds (2/3) of the property abutting upon the street or alley (or portion thereof) which is requested to be vacated, now, tharefona. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF YAKIMA. The above -referenced petition for vacation is hereby referred to the Hearing Examiner for public hearing pursuant to section 1 43 080 of the City of Yakima Municipal Code The Hearing Examiner is directed to make written recommendation to the City Council regarding said petition The Hearing Examiner's Public Hearing shall be held on January 25, 2018 at 9:00 a m in the City Council Chambers of City Hall, which date and time are not more than sixty (60) days nor less than twenty (20) days after the passage of this resolution. It is further resolved that the City Clerk give notice of the Hearing Examiner Public Hearing in the form and manner prescribed by RCW 3578.O30 and Section 1 43D80 of the City of Yakima Municipal Code ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this 5 day of December, 2017 ATTEST Sonya rTajmTee, City Clerk DOC. INDEX 101 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC / STEVEN & KATHY CLARK RWV#001-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER H Supplemental Information Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 06/20/2017 (2018 to 2023) Agency: Yakima��' Co. No.: 39, City No.: 1485� Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG 102 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Resolution No.: Amend Date: 0 rioNumber Project Identification A. PIN/Feeral Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal FunCoded Federal Cost by Phase State Fund Code State Funds Local FundsFunds 1st Total Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 2nd 4th Federally Funded Projects Only Type Required Date (MM/YY) 1 3 4 E 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 North lst Street Revitalization North 1st Street to: SR 12 Improve North lst Street by rehabilitating the pavement and lane markingsremoving on -street parking, enhancing street and pedestrian Iighting, constructing median islands and installing various pedestrian and decorative elements. 3 06 0.42 CN 1/1/2018 STP(U) 2,718 424 3,142 3,142 CE No� Totals 2,718 424 3,142 3,142 14 North 1st Street Revitalization, Phase 2 N. lst Street from: 'H' Street to: Street Improve North lst Street by rehabilitating the pavement and lane markingsremoving on -street parking, enhancing street and pedestrian Iighting, constructing median islands and installing various pedestrian and decorative elements. 06 12 0.50 T G [ VV 3 0 CN 1/1/2018 FASTU\NE 4,250 T|8 750 0 5,000, 5,000 CE Yes 12/31/2017 Totals 14 North 1st Street Revitalization, Phase 3 N. 1st Street from: MLKBlvd. to: 'H' Street Improve North lst Street by rehabilitating the pavement and lane markings, removing on -street parking, enhancing street and pedestrian Iighting, constructing median islands and installing various pedestrian and decorative elements. 06 12 0.48 T G C VV � 0 CN 1/1/2018 FASTLANE 4,250 5,000 5,000 4,250 TIB 750 5,000 5,000 CE Yes Totals 4,250 17 Powerhouse Road Sidewaik Powerhouse Road from: Cowiche Canyon Rd to: Mobile Home Park Widen westbound lane to provide a 14 -foot wide shared bike lane and construct curb, gutter and sidewaik on the north side ofthe road. 05 12 0.6 [ T CN 1/1/2018 Totals_' TAP 5,000 5,000 245 2451 245 CE 245�������� 245 245 Agency: Yakima Co No.: 39 City No.: 1485 Co. Name: yaWmaCo. 103 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: riority Number Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title 0. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done 4. 0 Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Project Phase Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal Funding Fe Federal Fund d-- l Cost by Code Phase State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Federally Funded R/W Envir. Required Type Date � . (MM/YY) 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 19 Garfield Elementary Safety Improvements Various Streets from: to: This project will make various pedestrian safety improvements in the vicinity of Garfield Elementary School, such as, constructing sidewaik, improving roadway crossings, instatling flashers. 12 N/A p T 0 CN 5/1/2018 SRTS 141 141 141 CE Yes 1/1/2017 Totals 141 141 141 14 Yakima Va!Iey Transportation Company Preservation Yakima Avenue from: Yakima Avenue to: 6th Avenue This project will remove and replace a portion of the existing trolley rail in the vicinity of the intersection of 6th Avenue and Yakima Avenue. 03 0.02 CN 1/1/2018 52 52 52 CE Totals 52 52 52 17 Spring Creek Road Reconstruction Spring Creek Road from: Washington Ave. to: 36th Avenue Widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewalk and street lights. 03 0.85 CN 1/1/2018 SIED 1,100 820 1,920 1'92O� SEPA Yes 3/1/2017 1,100 820 1,920 1,920 17 S. 36th Avenue Reconstruction 36th Avenue from: Spring Creek Rd. to: Sorenson Rd. Widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewalk and street lights. 03 0.40 CN 1/1/2018 SIED 520 385 905 905 SEPA Yes 3/1/2017 520 38SBOS 905 DOC. INDEX^ Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 City No.: 1485 nohty Number Co. Name: ¥akima MPO/RTPO: YVCOG Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title 0. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done 0 76 104 Project Costs in Thousands of Doflars Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: Project Phase Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal Federal Fund Cost by Code Phase State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 4th Federally Funded Projects Only Envir. Type R/W Required Date (MM/YY) 1 3 � 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 17 Sorenson Road Reconstruction Sorenson Road from: 36th Avenue to: 38thAvenue Widen roadway, install curb, gutter, sidewaik and street lights. 03 0.14 � VV CN 1/1/2018 SIED 180 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 140� 320 320 Yes 3/1/2017 Totals 180 140 320 320 16 10 Bravo CompanBoulevard North lOth Street from: 'H'Street to: Lincoln Ave. Construct new roadway including water, sewer, curb, gutter, sidewaik, street Iighting and storm drainage system. 01 06 0.65 T VV S 0 RW CN 1/1/2018 1/1/2018 UFT LIFT 800 2001 1,0001 1,000 4,480 1,120 5,600 5,600 CE Yes 1/1/2018 Totals 5,280 1 320 16 11 E. 'H' Street Extension, Ph. 1 E. 'H' Street from: 1st Street to: 10th Street Construct new roadway including water, sewer, curb, gutter, sidewaik, street Iighting and storm drainage system. 01 08 1.10 RW CN 1/1/2018 1/1/2019 TIB 1,500 500 3,100 6,600 1,000 5,600 500 4,600i 500 4,600|� CE Yes 12/1/2018 Totals 3,600 5,100 500 4,600 12 Northside AIIey Paver Alleys between Folsom Ave. and Fruitxa|eBlvd. from: 16th Avenue to: 6th Avenue Pave the east/west gravel alleys between Folsom Avenue and Fruitvale Boulevard from l6th Avenue to 6th Avenue 07 3.5 T [ 0 CN 1/1/2018 CMAQ 353 57 410 410 CE Totals 353 57 410 410 INDEX Agency: Yakima Co No.: 39 City No.: 1485 Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17&{6/2O/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: 2 16 Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Descrjbe Work to Be Done 3 EYf'Street Extension, Ph. 2 E. 'H' Street from: 10th Street to: 1-82 Construct new roadway including water, sewer, curb, gutter, sidewalk, street Iighting and storm drainage system. 011 0. 01 08 VI Total Length 6 0.55 0) 0 � � 7 P T VV 5 Project osts in Thousands of Dollars 8 RW CN Fund Source Information Phase J� Start 9 1/1/2019 1/1/2021 Federal Funding Federal Fund Code 10 STP(U) STP(U) Federal Cost by Phase 11 432 2,162 State Fund Code 12 State Funds 13 Local Funds 14 68 338 Total Funds 15 Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 500� 2,500 1st 16 2nd 17 18 500/ 4th /nru 6th 19 2,500 Federally Funded Projects Only R/W Envir. Required Type Date (MM/YY) 20 21 CE Yes 1/1/2018 Totals 2 594 406 3,000 500 2,500 Cowiche Canyon Trail Cowiche Canyon from: Powerhouse Road to: Trailhead Construct a lO-foot wide pathway, including two bridges over Cowiche Creek. 28 2.00 RW CN 7/1/2019 1/1/2020 CWA CWA 105 1,695 1,695 105 1,6951 1/1/2020 Totals 1,800 105 1,695 N. 34thAve./FruitvoleBlvd. & N. 34th Ave./River Road Roundabouts 34th Avenue from: Fruitva|e8lvd. to: River Road Improve the intersections of N. 34th Avenue & Fruitvale Boulevard and N. 34th Avenue & River Road by installing roundabouts Complete Streets Projects Various Streets from: N/A to: N/A Construct sdewaIk on the south side of Swan Avenue from McGuiness Park to Carsipbell Lane, on Race St. between 8th St. and Naches Ave,, south side of Prasch Ave. from z0txtozom.south side mViola from z0th| Ave, to 4th Ave, and on Powerhouse road from Robertson Elementary to Englewood. 03 12 32 N/A, P N/A 0 PE RW CN 6/1/2O17. 7/1/2017 1/1/2018 HS|P H8P HS|P 117 9 788� 13 1 88 130 130 10 10 876 876 CE Yes 1/1/2018 Totals PE I RW CN 6/1/2017 7/1/2017 1/1/2018 914 102 1,016 TIB TIB TIB365 35 100 35 100 365 35 100| 365 Yes 1/1/2018 500 Agency: Yakima Co.No.: 3Q City No.: 1485 Co. Name: Yakima Co 106 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 ^ ` Hearing Date: 6/6/17&6/JO/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: 0 riority Number Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done ins 2 IT El 3 � Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Project Phase Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal FundingFederal Federal Fund Cost by Code Phase State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) Federally Funded Projects Only 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Envir. Type R/W Required Date (MM/YY) 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 17 17 18 ENob Hill Blvd. & Fair Ave. I/5 Improvements Nob Hill Boulevard from: E. Nob Hill Blvd. to: Fair Ave. Widen Nob Hill Boulevard through the intersection, construct left -turn lane, curb, gutter, sidewaik, street lighting and drainage. Upgrade signal by installing mast arm structures. 5. 8Oth Avenue Bridge S.DOthAvenue from: Wide Hollow Rd. to: Plath Ave. Replace existing two-lane bridge over Wide Hollow Creek with three -lane bridge. The City's involvement is only to pass through of an Ecology grant in conjunction with the County's flood plain management project. T RW CN 1/1/2018 6/1/2019 1,457 OTHER 190 29 227 219 1,684 216 1,684 CE Yes 1/1/2019 PE CN Totals 1/1/2017 1/1/2018 1,457 DOE DOE 25 75 256 1,903 0 25 75 216 1,684 25 75�� CE Totals 17 19 19 Wide HoIlow Road Bridge Wide Hollow Road from: 89th Avenue 20 to: 88th Avenue Replace existing two-lane bridge over Wide Hollow Creek with three -lane bridge. The City's involvement is only to pass through of an Ecology grant in conjunction with the County's flood plain management project. West RiveRoad Imp ovmne ts River Road from: 40th Avenue to: 34th Avenue Reconstruct and widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewaik, street lights and drainage. 09 0.36 T G S [ 0 PE CN PE RW CN 1/1/2017 1/1/2018 DOE DOE 25 75 25 75 25 75 Totals � ��1OO 25 75 1/1/2018 6/1/2018 1/1/2019 SIED SIED SIED 55 55 110 100 100 200 550U 550 1,100� 110 200 1,100 CE CE Yes 705 705 1,410 110 200 1,100 Agency: Yakima Co.No.: 39 CityNo.: 1485 unctional Class riority Number Co. Name: Ya Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project TitIe D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done � 0. 0. 107 Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: 2 3 4 5 6 7 1Project Phase 8 Phase Start Fund Source nformation Federal Funding Federal State Federal Fund ] Cost by Fund Code Code i^~ Phase State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Resolution No.: Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Federally Funded Projects Only Type R/W Required Date (MM/YY) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 21 26thAve. & Tieton Dr. Intersection Improvements 16th Avenue from: 16th Ave. to: Tieton Dr. Reconstruct and widen l6th Avenue and Tieton Drive by adding left - turn lanes for all movements at the ntersection. Upgrade the traffic signal. 5 7 0.40 p T G 0 C � PE RW CN 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 4/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 260 3,460 1,300 40 540 200. 300 4,000 1,500 300 3,460 1,500 CE Yes 4/1/2021 Totals 5,020 780 5 800 300 3,460 1,500 14 22 l8th Street Underpass a Avenue rom: Yakima Ave. to: 18th Street Replace the bridge on E. Yakima Avenue that crosses over 18th Street. 12 0.02 T 0 S VV � PE 1/1/2019 CN ' 1/1/2020 BRAC BRAC 240 2,288 60 572 300 2,860 300 2,860 CE Totals 2,528 632 3,160 3002,860 17 14 23 64th Ave. & Ahtanum IntersectioImprovements 64th Avenue from: 64th Ave. to: Ahtanum Rd. 24 lmprove the 64th Avenue and Ahtanum Road intersection by constructing a westbound right -turn lane on Ahtanum and installing a traffic signal. South l6th Avenue Sidewalks l6th Avenue from: Washington Ave. to: Nob Hill Blvd. Install 7 -foot sidewalk on the west side of 16th Avenue. 12 12 N/A � P T C 0 0.88 PE RW CN 1/1/20CMAQ 1/1/20I CMAQ 1/1/2020 CMAQ 56 43 433 9 67 65 50 500 65 50� 500 500 CE Yes 1/1/2020 Totals PE 1/1/2018 T RW 6/1/2018 C CN 6/1/2019 0 PBP PBP PBP 532 54 234 369 83 6 26 41 615 60 260 410 65 60 260 550 410 CE Yes 6/1/2019 Totals 657 73 730 320 410 INDEX Agency: Yakima�_, Co. No.: 39 City No.: 1485MPO/RTPO: YVCOG Co. Name: Yakima Co. 108 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: 6/1 Project Identification ro A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. no z C. Project Title >- D. Street/Road Name or Number E Beginning MP or Road Ending MP or Road F.Describe Work to Be Done 44, Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Project Phase Phase Start Fund Source nformation Federal Funding Federal Fund Code Federal Cost by Phase State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Federally Funded Projects Only Envir. Type R/W Required Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 19 25 McClure Elementary School Safety Improvements Various locations from: to: This project will make various pedestrian safety improvements in the vicinity of McClure Etementary School, such as, constructing sidewa)k, ADA ramps and improving crosswalks. 12 N/A p T [ 0 PE RW CN 1/1/2018 4/1/2019 1/1/2019 SRTS SRTS SRTS 22 20 228 22 20 228 22 20 228 CE Yes 6/1/2019 Totals 270 270 42 228 19 26 McKinley Elementary School Safety Improvements Various locations from: to: This project will make various padestrian safety improvements in the vicinity of McKinley Elementary School, such as, replacing delapitated sidewaik, constructing ADA ramps, and installing a HAWK pedestrian crossing sysem. 12 T [ 0 �E CN 1/1/2018 1/1/2019 SRTS SRTS 50� 430�! 50 430 50 430 CE Totals 480 0 480 50 430 19 27 6th Avenue Raodway Improvements 6th Avenue from: Walnut Street to: River Road Reconstruct the existing trolley rail and impacted roadway, grind and overlay the remaining width of 6th Avenue. 03 07 1.51 p PE CN |1/1/2O21| OTHER OTHER 200 2,000 200 2,000 400 4,000 400 4,000 CE Totals 2,200 4,400 0 400 4,000 12 28 SR 12 & l6th Avenue Interchange Westbound ramps of SR 12 from: 16thAvneue to: 8922 Construct a roundabout where the westbound ramps intersect with N. l6th Avenue. 03 06 N/A PE CN1/1/2020 1/1/2019 STP(U) STP(U) 86 779 14 121 100 900 100 900 CE Totals 865 - 135 1,000 100 900 DOC. INDEX Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 City No.: 1485 Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG rD c 0 c E z 1. Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done E 0.1 a O3 Total Length 0 109 Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: cu CO 0 0 6.- Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal Federal Fund Cost by Code Phase State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Federally Funded Projects Only Envir, Type R/W Required Date (M M/YY) 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 29 S. 1st St. & E. Washington Ave. I/S Improvements South 1st Street rom: S. 1st Street to: E. Washington Ave. Realign intersection, widen E. Washington Avenue to accommodate an additional lane, replace curb, gutter and sidewalk, and install a new traffic signalization system. 03 06 N/A W S T 0 PE RW CH 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 260 260 1,211 40 40 189 300 300 1,400 300 300 1,400 CE Yes 1/1/2020 Totals 1,731 269 2,000 300 300 1,400 14 30 Washington Ave. & Longfiber Rd. Intersection Washington Avenue from: Washington Ave. to: Longfiber Rd. Improve the Washington Avenue and Longfiber Road intersection by constructing an eastboung left -turn lane on Washington and a northbound left -turn lane on Longfiber, install or replace curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting, storm drainage and safety flashing signal 31 E. Nob Hill Boulevard Reconstruction E. Nob Hill Boulevard rom: S. 6th Street to: S. 18th Street 32 Reconstruct and widen roadway to 5 lanes with intersection improvements, curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting and drainage system N. 40th Ave. & Summitview Ave. Intersection N. 40th Avenue rom: N. 40th Ave. to: Summitview Dr. Improve the intersection by constructing larger corner radii, lengthening the turn lanes, and upgrading the traffic signal system. 03 05 06 03 04 06 N/A T W 5 0 0.85 T S 0 P G PE RW CH 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 100 100 688 14 14 107 114 114 795 114 114 795 CE Yes 1/1/2020 Totals PE RW CN 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 888 135 1,023 114 114 795 545 1,090 6,532 85 630 170 1,260 1,020 7,552 630 1,260 7,552 CE Yes 1/1/2020 Totals 8,167 1,275 9,442 630 1,260 7,552 12 N/A 0 PE RW CN 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 126 130 692 17 20 108 143 150 800 143 150 800 CE Yes 1/1/2020 Totals 948 145 1,093 143 150 800 Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 City Nm.: 1485 Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Data: Amend Date: Resolution No.: 4,1 0 riority Number Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done 2 117 101 RI 0 Project Costs in nds of Dollars Project Phase Fund Source Information Phase Start Federal Funding Federal Fund Code Federal Cost by Phase State Fund Code State Local Funds Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th /nru 6th Federally Funded Projects Only Envir. Type R/W Required Date (MM/YY) 1 2 B. Bridge No. 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 �� 17 18 19 20 21 14 33 N. 16th Avenue @FruitvmleBlvd. VS N. 16th Avenue from: N. 16th Ave. to: Fruitvale Blvd. lmprove the intersection by coristructing Iarger curb radii, installing ADA ramps, and upgrading the traffic signal system. 12 N/A p T 0 � VV 16 34 E. Mead Avenue Reconstruction E. Mead Avenue from: RudWnRd. to: Fair Ave. Partner with Union Gap to reconstruct E. Mead Avenue, install curb, gutter, sidewaik and storm drainage system. 03 06 0.76 T S [ G 0 PE RW CN 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 126 173 400 18 27 62 144 200 462 144 200� 462 CE Yes 1/1/2020 Totals 699 107 806 144 200 462 PE CN 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(S) STP(S) 122 1,730 TPP TPP 23 7 206 70 152 2,006 152 2,006 CE Totals 1,852 77 2,158 152 2,006 17 35 S. 48th Avenue Reconstruction South 48th Avenue from: Summitview Ave. to: Nob Hill Blvd Reconstruct and widen 48th Avenue, install curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting and drainage system. 03 05 1.00 T VV S 0 PE RW CN STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 223 519 1,485_ 35 81 232 258 600 1,717 258 600�| 1,717 CE Yes 1/1/2020 Totals 2,227 348 17 36 Powerhouse Rd. & Englewood Ave. VS Powerhouse Rd. from: Powerhouse Rd. to: Englewood Ave. Realign intersection, install curb, gutter, sidewaik and safety flashing signal. Possibly construct a roundabout. 12 N/A P C � 0 VV PE RW CN 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 Totals STP(S) STP(S) STP(S) 43 87 500 7 13 78 2,575� 50 100 578 258 600 1,717 50 100 578 CE Yes 1/1/2U21 630 98 728 100 578 DOC. INDEX Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 City No.: 1485 16 Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done 3 W. Lincoln Ave. & MLK Blvd. Realignment W. Lincoln Avenue from: N. 5th Ave. to: Custer St. Realign W. Lincoln Avenue, install curb, gutter, sidewalks, street lighting, drainage. 38 Tieton Dr. & S. 5th Ave. 1/5 Improvements Tieton Drive from: Tieton Dr. to: S. 5th Ave. Remove existing traffic signal and construct a roundabout, remove and replace curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting and drainage 4 01 12 12 5 Total Length 6 0.50 N/A 0 7 c T 5 0 P G 5 T 0 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Project Phase 8 PE 11W CN PE RW CN Phase Start 9 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 Totals 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal Fund Code 10 STP(E) STP(E) STP(E) STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) Federal Cost by Phase 11 424 1,047 1,801 State Fund Code 12 State Funds 13 Local Funds 14 67 163 281 Total Funds 15 491 1,210 2,082 3,272 511 3,783 69 104 865 11 16 135 80 120 1,000 Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 16 2nd 17 491 3rd 18 1,210 4th Thru 6th 19 2,082 Federally Funded Projects Only Envir. Type 20 CE R/W Required Date (MM/YY) 21 Yes 1/1/2020 1,000 1/1/2021 Totals 1,038 162 1,200 80 120 1,000 17 39 Yakima Downtown Future Initiatives, Phase 5 from: 1st Street to: 9th Street Install historic lighting, sidewalk modifications and other improvements. Exact improvement area(s) to be determined 06 12 1/1/2019 4/1/2020 OTHER OTHER 500 5,500 6,000 500 5,500 500 5,500 6,000 500 5,500 CE 14 40 E. Nob Hill Blvd. & S. 18th Street 1/5 Improvements E. Nob Hill Boulevard rom: E. Nob Hill Blvd. to: S. 18th Street Widen south leg for double left turn from westbound Nob Hill, install curb, gutter, sidewalk, upgrade traffic signal system 01 04 P 0.10 T S PE RW CN 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 50 50 346 8 54 58 58 400 58 58 400 CE Yes 1/1/2021 'Totals 446 70 516 58 58 400 Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 Co. Name: Yakima Co. City No.: 1485 MPO/RTPO: YVCOG Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: c 0 riority Number Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done 0 0) m 0 0 .4. D Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Project Phase Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal Fund Code Federal State Cost by Fund Code Phase State Local Funds Funds 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Th ru 6th Federally Funded Projects Only R/W Envir, Required Type Date (MM/YY) 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 41 S. 48th Ave. & Summitview Ave. Signalization Summitview Avenue from: Summitview Ave. to: S. 48th Ave. Install traffic signal at the intersection of Summitview Avenue and 48th Avenue. 12 N/A T PE RW CN 1/1/2020 STP(S) 6/1/2020 STP(S) 1./1/2021 STP(5) 25 25 554 4 4 81 29 29 635 29 29 635 CE Yes 1/1/2021 Totals 14 42 S. 72nd Ave. & W. Washington Ave. VS S. 72nd Avenue from: s. 72nd Ave. to: W. Washington Ave. Improve intersection by installing a traffic signal system or roundabout. 12 06 N/A T 0 5 W 604 89 693 58 635 PE 1/1/2019 RW 1/1/2020 CN 1/1/2021 STP(C) STP(C) STP(C) 91 91 544 14 14 86 105 105 630 105 105 630; CE Yes 1/1/2021 Totals 726 114 840 105 105 630 14 43 N. 40th Ave. & Englewood Ave. Intersection N. 40th Avenue from: N. 40th Ave. to: Englewood Replace traffic signal poles and upgrade controller. 12 N/A PE CN 1/1/2020 6/1/2020 STP(U) STP(U) 43 260 7 40 50 300 50 300 CE Totals 303 47 350 350 14 44 Nob Hill Boulevard Sidewalk Improvements Nob Hill Boulevard from: S. 16th Ave. to: S. 6th Street Construct sidewalk in locations where it doesn't exist on the south side of Nob Hill 12 2.50 T PE RW CN 111/2020 1/1/2021 1/1/2022 STP(S) STP(S) STP(S) 55 107 327 8 19 51 63 126 378 63 126 378 CE Yes 1/1/2022 Totals 489 78 567 504 DOC. INDEX Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 City No.: 1485 Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Amend Date: Adoption Date: Resolution No.: 6/20/2017 ra c riority Number Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done B. Bridge No. 0 0.0 0 0 4- :1Z Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal Fund Code Federal Cost by Phase State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd Federally Funded Projects Only 4th Envir. Thru Type 6th R/W Required Date (MM/YY) 1 2 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 45 E. Yakima Ave. & Fair Ave. Signalization Yakima Avenue from: E. Yakima Ave. to: Fair Ave. Install traffic signal at the intersection of Yakima Avenue and Fair Avenue. 12 N/A P T W PE CN 1/1/2020 6/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) 86 519 14 100 81 600 100 600 CE No Totals 605 95 700 100 600 16 46 S. 3rd Avenue & W. Washington Ave. Signal S. 3rd Avenue from: 5. 3rd Ave. Upgrade the traffic signalization system to: W. Washington Ave. 12 N/A PE CN 4/1/2019 9/1/2019 20 20 210 210 230 230 20 210 230 CE Totals 230 230 230 19 17 47 75th Avenue Improvements 75th Avenue from: Mead Ave. to: Nob Hill Blvd. Construct a new two-lane roadway and widen portions of existing roadway, install curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting and storm drainage system. 48 S. 66th Avenue Improvements 66th Avenue from: Summitview Ave. to: Scenic Dr. Reconstruct and widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewalk, storm drainage system and utilities. 01 08 03 04 0.50 0.76 W T 0 PE RW CN 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 1/1/2022 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 87 173 1,038 13 27 162 100 200 1,200 100 200 1,200 CE Yes 1/1/2022 Totals P PE T RW W CN 5 0 Totals 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 1,298 86 173 1,096 202 1,500 14 100 27 200 164 1,260 100 100 1,400 200 CE 1,260 Yes 1/1/2021 1,355 205 1,560 100 200 1,260 DOC. INDEX Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39' City No.: 1485 Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG 114 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: u ro 0 Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done m. 4244 � 0 Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars roLn UJ � Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal Fund Code Federal State Cost by Fund Code Phase State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd Federally Funded Projects Only R/W 4th Envir. Required Thru Type Date 6th (MM/YY) 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 17 49 Rudkin Road Reconstruction Rudkin Road rom: E. Viola Ave. to: RainierPi Reconstruct roadwayinstall curb, gutter, sidewalk and storm drainage. Partner with Union Gap to install additional sewer force main. 03 06 0.76 p T VV � �PE CN 1/1/2019 119/2020 STP(C) STP(C) 109 945 TPP 945 27 136 IO6U 1,996 136 1,996 CE No Totals 1,054 945 133 2,132 136 1,996 17 50 Avenue improvements Englewood Avenue Widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewaik, street iighting and storm drainage system, 05 06 1.00 T VV S 0 [ PE RW CN 1/1/2021 1/1/2022 1/1/2023 STP(C) STP(C) STP(C) 272 349 2,329 43 55 363 315 404 2,692 315 404 2,692 CE Yes 1/1/2023 Totals 2,950 461 3,411 3,411 17 51 Englewood Avenue Improvements Englewood Avenue from: N. 16th Ave. to: N. 24th Ave. Widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting and storm drainage system, water and sewer lines. S. 8Oth Avenue improvements S.00thAvenue from: Tieton Drive to: Zier Road Widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting and storm drainage system. 05 06 04 0.50 1.30 T VV � PE RW CN 1/1/2021 1/1/2022 1/1/2023 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 136 173� 1,164 21 27200 182 157 1,346 157� 1,346 21,703 00 CE Yes 1/1/2023 Totals 1,473 P PE T RW 0 CN S � VV � C 1/1/2021 1/1/2022 1/1/2023 TIB TIB TIB 131 382 1,667 230 1,703� 20 151 59 441 260 1,927 .�� � 151 441 1,927` CE Yes 1/1/2023 Totals 3,180 339 2,519 2,519 INDEX Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 City No.: 1485 Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG 115 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: 0 0 1 Priority Number Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done Improvement c m 0 0 a) u Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Project Phase Phase Start Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal Federal Fund Cost by Code Phase State Fund Code State Funds Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Thru 6th Federally Funded Projects Only Envir, Type R/W Required Date (MM/YY) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 17 53 Englewood Avenue Improvements Englewood Avenue from: N. 24th Ave. to: N. 40th Ave. Reconstruct and widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting and storm drainage system. Install sewer and water lines. 03 05 06 1.00 P T W 5 0 PE RW CN Totals 1/1/2021 1/1/2022 1/1/2023 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 218 327 2,789 34 51 435 252 378 3,224 252 CE 378 3,224 Yes 1/1/2023 3,334 520 17 54 88th Avenue Improvements 88th Avenue from: Tieton Dr. to: Summitview Ave. Construct curb, gutter, sidewalk and storm drainage system on the east side of 88th Avenue. 17 55 64th Avenue Improvements 64th Avenue from: Washington Ave. to: Nob Hill Blvd, Widen roadway to three lanes, install curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting and storm drainage system. 06 12 0.48 T G PE RW CN 1/112020 1/112021 6/112021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 43 52 285 7 8 45 3,854 50 60 330 3,854 50 60. 330 CE Yes 6/1/2021 Totals 380 60 440 50 390 03 04 06 1.00 W G 0 PE CN 1/1/2020 1/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) 200 1,600 32 249 232 1,849 232 1,849 CE 1,800 281 2,081 232 1,849 16 56 1-82 & Lincoln Avenue Interchange Lincoln Avenue from: E. 'G' Street to: 1-82 Reconstruct/extend off -ramp from existing 1-82 off - ramp for Lincoln Avenue to E. 'GStreet. 01 N/A P PE RW CN 1/1/2019 1/1/2020 6/1/2021 STP(U) STP(U) STP(U) 260 173 1,730 40 27 270 300 200 2,000 300 200 2,000 CE Yes 6/1/2021 2,163 337 2,500 300 200 2,000 DOC. INDEX Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 CityNo.: 1485 Co. Name: Yakima Co. Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date Resolution No.: riority Number Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done � E 01 CO 4.. 0 Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Project Phase Phase Start Fund Federal FundinG Federal Fund Federal State : State Cost by Fund Code Funds Code Phase Local Funds Total Funds Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) Federally Funded Projects Only 1st 2nd 4th /nru 6th Envir, Type R/W Required Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14 57 16th Avenue Corridor Improvement 16th Avenue from: SR 12 to: Washington Ave, Study to determine strategies for improving the l6th Avenue corridor 04 3.50 PE 1/1/2020 120 17 137 137 120 17 137 137 14 58 4Oth Avenue CorridorImprovements 4Oth Avenue from: SR 12 to: Washington Ave. Study to determine strategies for improving the 4Oth Avenue corridor. 04 3.20 PE 1/1/2020 STP(U) 120 17 137 137 Totals 120 17 137 137 14 59 Nob Hill Boulevard Corridor lmprovements Nob Hill Boulevard from: 1-82 to: 16th Ave. Study to determine strategies for improving the Nob Hill Boulevard corridor. 03 04 2.70 PE 1/1/2020 120 17 137 137 120 17 137 137 14 60 North/South Connector to West Valley Unknown Road from: Ahtanum Rd. to: Summitview Ext, Corridor study to determine the beslocation for a north/south limited access route in West Valley. City and Countyjoint project. 01 04 06 6.00 T VV 5 C G 0 PE 1/1/2020 432 68 500 500 CE Yes 432 68 500 500 Agency: Yakima Co. No.: 39 City No.: 1485 dorityNumber Co. Name: Yakima Co. MPO/RTPO: YVCOG Project Identification A. PIN/Federal Aid No. B. Bridge No. C. Project Title D. Street/Road Name or Number E. Beginning MP or Road - Ending MP or Road F. Describe Work to Be Done 3 61 S. 1st Street/Main Street Corridor Improvements S. 1st Street/Main Street from: Nob Hill Blvd. to: Barker Mill Bridge Joint project with Union Gap. Stucy to determine strategies for improving the 1st Street/Main Street corridor. 4 01 c a) 0 6 2.00 7 T 0 G 117 . Project Costs in Thousands of Dollars Six Year Transportation Improvement Program From 2018 to 2023 Hearing Date: 6/6/17 & 6/20/17 Adoption Date: 6/20/2017 Amend Date: Resolution No.: Project Phase 8 PE Phase Start 9 1/1/2020 Fund Source Information Federal Funding Federal Fund Federal Cost by Code Phase 10 STP(U) 11 120 State Fund Code 12 State Funds 13 Local Funds 14 17 Total Funds 15 137 Expenditure Schedule (Local Agency) 1st 16 2nd 17 3rd 18 137 4th Thru 6th 19 Federally Funded Projects Only R/W Envir. Required Type Date (MM/YY) 20 21 No 120 17 137 137 DOC. INDEX 118 18TH AVE PROPERTIES LLC 1 STEVEN & THY CLARK EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER I Exhibits Submitted at Hearing Examiner Hearings I - Letter from Applicant Requesting Limited Access to Vacated Right -of -Way Letter from Applicant Withdrawing Request for Limited Access to Vacated Right -of -Way 01/25/2018 02/05/2018 PRIMARY ELECTRIC & DESIGN LLC 509 N. 18th Ave Yakima, WA 9890 PR|MARYELE[T@CMA|L.[UM PHONE 508-823-4442 WA CONTRACTOR# PR|MAED899[H 02/05/18 RE: Right of Way Vacation of Roosevelt Trevor After speaking with the representative of the 1702 Englewood property we have come to our own private agreement between us regarding the times of accessibility and wish to rescind our previous request regarding this matter. Sincerely Ken Nass 18th Ave Properties General Self Storage Primary Electric 119 RECEIVED FED _ 120 PRIMARY ELECTRIC & DESIGN LLC 509 N. 18th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 PRIMARYELECT@GMAIL.COM PHONE 509-823-4442 WA CONTRACTOR# PRIMAED899CH 1/24/18 RE: Right of Way Vacation of Roosevelt Lisa, Trevor We have examined the Agenda documents and would like to take this opportunity to comment in regards to the XII. Recommendation of conditions. Item 2 regarding 20' access easement for business access of building Iocated at 1704 Englewood. Our position is that we understand that as a Mi zoned property with light industrial and commercial businesses that may occupy the building as zoned, that the need for access may be necessary from time to time to accommodate large truck shipments and we do not oppose access easement for this type of occupancy. Our business hours are Monday thru Friday 7am-3:30pm we would requesthat as part of the access easement be amended that we are entitled to proper notification for permission to be requested 24 hours in advance if access is going to be needed during our non -business hours. We would also request that ifthe finding ofthe upcoming hearing on Feb. 8th regarding the change of Use of the property at 1704 Englewood is approved to be a Homeless Shelter that any access for a business of this nature not be granted access easement. There would be no justifiable needs for access as well as the fact there is to be a permeant separation between the back side of 1704 Englewood address and our property in place for security and safety of our self -storage business. Ptease review Google map for a clearer picture of what our concerns are. Thank for your consideration of our request. Sincerely Ken Nass RECEIVED 18th Ave Properties General Self Storage |dk| 2 5 2018 Primary Electric CITY OF YAKIMA DOC. 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