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04/03/2018 09 Rezone of Property at 513 West Washington Ave from Two-Family Residential to Family ResidentialITEM TITLE: SUBMITTED BY: BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT 1 Item No. 9. For Meeting of: April 3, 2018 Closed record public hearing and Ordinance to consider the Hearing Examiner's recommendation regarding an application submitted by Diep Miller to rezone one parcel at 513 W Washington Ave from Two -Family Residential to Multi -Family Residential Joan Davenport, Al CP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Trevor Martin, Associate Planner (509) 575-6162 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: On October 20, 2017, the City of Yakima Department of Community Development received an application from Diep Miller, for a project rezone of the property located at 513 W Washington Ave., from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multi -Family Residential (R-3), and a Type (3) review to convert two of the existing three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. An open record public hearing was held on January 11, 2018, no comments were received during the open record public hearing. On January 25, 2018, the Hearing Examiner issued a recommendation for approval of the proposed rezone, and decision for approval on the Type (3) use, subject to conditions and dependent on approval of the rezone. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Pass Ordinance. BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: 2 The Hearing Examiner recommended approval on January 25, 2018. ATTACHM E NT S : Description Upload Date Type 0 Ordinance Miller Rezone 3/23/2018 Ordinance 0 plete RecorcipiepMillerRezone 3/21/2018 Backup Material 3 AN ORDINANCE ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - amending the Zoning Map of the City of Yakima to Rezone one parcel of property located at 513 West Washington Ave. from Two - Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3) WHEREAS, Tom Durant, on behalf of Diep Miller, submitted an application requesting that the classification of parcel 181336-14039, which is legally described as Exhibit "A" and located at 513 West Washington Avenue be rezoned from Two -Family residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3) (hereinafter "RZ#004-17); and WHEREAS, the request is for a project specific rezone for the purpose of operating a clinic at an existing building, a Class (3) permitted use in the R-3 zoning district, on the subject property (hereinafter "CL3#010-17); and WHEREAS, on November 8, 2017, the City of Yakima Planning Division issued a Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and Public Hearing pursuant to YMC § 16.05.050. No comments were received during the required 20 day public comment period; and WHEREAS, pursuant to YMC 6.88, the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Administrative Official issued a Determination of Nonsignificance on November 29, 2017, for the rezone request in accordance with WAC 197-11-355, as required under SEPA; and WHEREAS, an open record public hearing was held on January 11, 2018, and no comments were received from the general public during the public hearing; and WHEREAS, the Hearing Examiner for the City of Yakima issued a recommendation on January 30, 2018, (the "recommendation"), recommending that the City approve the rezoning of the one parcel of property as more fully described herein; and WHEREAS, the City Council held a public meeting on April 3, 2018, at its general business meeting, on the proposed rezone and evaluated the Hearing Examiner's recommendation and all associated documents and public comment; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the findings of the Hearing Examiner set forth in the recommendation in response to the requirements of Yakima Municipal Code ("YMC") § 15.23.030(D) are correct and appropriate, and that the same should be adopted by the City Council as its findings herein; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that it is in the best interest of the City to rezone the property as outlined by the Hearing Examiner in his recommendation; now therefore BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF YAKIMA: Section 1. The following parcel of property located 513 West Washington Ave. shall be rezoned from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), Tax parcel number 181336-14039. The legal description of the property is as follows: Plat of Section 36, T. 13 N., R. 18 E.W.M: East 75 feet of West 358.7 feet of South 225 feet of Block 31 and South 247.5 feet of Block 31 EXCEPT East 150 feet and EXCEPT West 358.7 feet and EXCEPT South County road right-of-way. Section 2. The findings of the Hearing Examiner's recommendation in this matter dated January 25, 2018, are hereby adopted by the City Council as its findings in support hereof pursuant to YMC § 15.23.030(E), and are incorporated herein by this reference as if fully set forth herein. Section 3. Any and all zoning, land use, and other similar maps maintained by the City of Yakima shall be amended or modified to reflect this rezone. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to file a certified copy of this ordinance with the Yakima County Auditor. 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. PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL, signed and approved this 3rd day of April, 2018. ATTEST: Kathy Coffey, Mayor Sonya Claar Tee, City Clerk Publication Date: Effective Date: 4 5 Exhibit A Legal Description: Plat of Section 36, T. 13 N., R. 18 E.W.M: East 75 feet of West 358.7 feet of South 225 feet of Block 31 and South 247.5 feet of Block 31 EXCEPT East 150 feet and EXCEPT West 358.7 feet and EXCEPT South County road right-of-way. 6 DIEP MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 City Council Closed Record Public Hearing April 3, 2018 EXHIBIT LIST Applicant: Diep Miller File Numbers: RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 Site Address: 513 W Washington Ave Staff Contact: Trevor Martin, Associate Planner Table of Contents CHAPTER AA Hearing Examiner's Recommendation & Decision CHAPTER A Staff Report CHAPTER B Vicinity Map CHAPTER C Site Plan CHAPTER D DST Review & Agency Comments CHAPTER E SEPA Checklist CHAPTER F Land Use Applications CHAPTER G Public Notices 7 DIEP MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER AA Hearing Examiner's Recommendation & Decision AA -1 Hearing Examiner's Recommendation & Decision 01/25/2018 City of Yakima, Washington Hearing Examiner's Recommendation and Decision January 25, 2018 In the Matter of an Application Submitted by: Diep Miller For a Project Rezone from the R-2 Zone to the R-3 Zone; for Approval of a Class (3) Medical Clinic Use; and for SEPA Review To Convert Two of Three Existing Buildings to Two Medical Clinics At 513 West Washington Avenue RZ#004-17 CL3#010-17 SEPA#030-17 A. Introduction. The findings relative to the hearing process for this application may be summarized as follows: (1) The Hearing Examiner conducted an open record public hearing relative to this application on January 11, 2018. (2) The staff report presented by Associate Planner Trevor Martin recommended approval of this application for a Rezone and a Class (3) use approval subject to conditions. Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 1 8 9 (3) The applicant's representative, Thomas R. Durant of Durant Development Services, Inc, testified in favor of the application. No one else testified at the hearing, and no one submitted written public comments prior to the hearing. (4) This recommendation relative to the requested rezone and this decision relative to the requested Class (3) medical clinic use have been issued within ten business days of the hearing. B. Summary of Recommendation and Decision. The Hearing Examiner recommends that the Yakima City Council approve the requested project rezone from the Two -Family Residential (R-2) zoning district to the Multifamily Residential (R-3) zoning district and approves the Class (3) medical clinic use if, and only if, the City Council approves the requested rezone. C. Basis for Recommendation and Decision. Based upon a view of the site and surrounding area on January 8, 2018, with no one else present; the application, staff report, exhibits, testimony and other evidence presented at an open record public hearing on January 11, 2018; and a review of both the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance; the Hearing Examiner makes the following: FINDINGS L ApplicantrPropertV Owner/Representative. The applicant and owner of the property is Diep Miller, 513 West Washington Avenue, Yakima, Washington. Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 2 RECEIVED JAN 2 5 2018 CITY OF YAKIMA ft:DIV DOC. MOM( The applicant's representative for this application is Thomas R. Durant of Durant Development Services, Inc., P.O. Box 1723, Yakima, Washington. II. Location. The location of the two proposed medical clinics in two existing buildings on the same lot is 513 West Washington Avenue, Yakima, Washington, and the Yakima County Assessor's Parcel Number is 181336-14039. III. Application. This application for a project rezone and for approval of a Class (3) medical clinic use in two existing buildings on the same lot was submitted on October 20, 2017. A Notice of Complete Application was sent on November 3, 2017. The application combines a request for a project rezone from the Two -Family Residential (R-2) zoning district to the Multifamily Residential (R-3) zoning district and a request for approval of a Class (3) medical clinic use within two existing buildings on the same lot at 513 West Washington Avenue in Yakima, Washington. The two buildings have a total of 5,400 square feet. Hours of operation of the medical clinics would characteristically be normal daytime business hours during weekdays only. Additional parking spaces will be required for the medical clinics. IV. Notices. Notices for the public hearing were provided in accordance with the applicable ordinance requirements in the following manners: Mailing of notice to applicant and property owners: Posting of property with a land use action sign: Publishing of hearing notice in newspaper: Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 3 November 8, 2017 November 9, 2017 November 10, 2017 RECEIVED JAN 2 5 2 018 CITY OF YAKIMA 10 11 V. Environmental Review. A Notice of Application and SEPA Environmental Review was mailed to SEPA agencies, the applicant, and adjoining property owners within 300 feet of the subject property on November 8, 2017. No comments were received during the 20 -day public comment period which ended on November 28, 2017. A SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on November 29, 2017. The DNS was not appealed within the 14 -day appeal period. VI. Zoning and Land Uses. The subject property is about 1.15 acres in size, is currently zoned Two -Family Residential (R-2) and is currently improved with three buildings and a parking area. Adjacent properties currently have the following zoning and existing land use characteristics: Location North East South West Existing Zoning Existing Land Use R-2 School M-1 /R-2 Storage/Single-Family Home R-2 Washington Ave./Union Gap R-2 Cornell Ave./Single-Family Home VIL Comments of Development Services Team and Other Agencies, The Development Services Team meeting held for this project on November 11, 2017, resulted in the following comments: (1) Code Administration. The Code Administration comments were as follows: Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. 004-17; CL3#010-17 4 RECEIVED JAN 2 5 2018 CITY OF YAKIMA DIV 12 (a) If the land use application for this project is reviewed and approved, application must be made for a City of Yakima General Business License for the proposed medical offices, YMC 5.52. Prior to the issuance of the Business License, a fire inspection must be performed by a Code Inspector (if applicable). The ability to obtain the City of Yakima license may be contingent on other land use requirements outlined in the Decision. (b) The building to the east will use the address of 513 West Washington Avenue and the building to the west will use the address of 517 West Washington Avenue. (2) Planning. Lighting shall be provided to illuminate any off-street parking or loading space used at night. When provided, lighting shall be directed to reflect away from adjacent and abutting properties. Parking lots adjacent to residential districts or uses shall be designed with down -shielding and luminaries creating no lighting pollution upon those properties. A photometric lighting plan may be required if the parking lot is located adjacent to or abutting residential properties. (3) Water/Irrigation. As part of renovation, a complete plumbing fixture count will be required to determine adequate size of water service and meter required to serve the site. Installation Charge, Domestic Charge and Distribution Connection Charge fees are dependent on the size of the water service/meter required to serve the site/buildings. VIII. Rezone Review Criteria. The Hearing Examiner's recommendations regarding rezone applications within the Yakima Urban Area must be based upon the following criteria specified in Subsection 15.23.030(D) of the Yakima Municipal Code (YMC): (1) The testimony at the public hearing. Associate Planner Trevor Martin and the applicant's representative Thomas Durant were the only persons who testified at the hearing. They both testified in favor of the requested project rezone and the Class (3) medical clinic use. Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. 004-17; CL3#010-17 . . 5 RECEiVED JAN 2 5 2018 CITY OF YAKIMA CIV - 13 (2) The suitability of the property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning. The property will be well suited for the proposed medical clinic use within two existing buildings on the lot that would be allowed if the lot is rezoned to the Multifamily Residential (R-3) zoning district. Many of the land uses that are allowed in the R-3 zone are also permitted in the R-2 zone, except with a lower level of required review in some cases. The site is no less suitable for R-3 zoning than it is for R-2 zoning. The full range of urban services that is specifically required for R-3 zones is available. The existing buildings are to be converted to the proposed new use with no changes other than internal remodeling and site improvements, mainly parking, that will be necessary to maintain compliance with City requirements. The site is large enough to accommodate these additional improvements while maintaining required standards including landscaping, sitescreening and lot coverage. Since this is a project rezone for the specific medical clinic use in two existing buildings as described in the Class (3) use application, there is no need to consider the suitability of the property for other uses that could be allowed in the R-3 zoning district. (3) The recommendation from interested agencies and departments. The Planning Division recommends approval of the proposed project rezone. No agencies or departments opposed this rezone request. (4) The extent to which the requested zoning amendment is in compliance with and/or deviates from the goals and policies as adopted in the Yakima urban area comprehensive plan and the intent of the zoning ordinance. The requested rezone from the R-2 to the R-3 zoning district is in compliance with the goals and policies of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the intent of the zoning ordinance for the following reasons: (a) The requested project rezone that would allow for possible approval of a Class (3) medical clinic use would comply with the goals and policies of the City's 2040 Comprehensive Plan for several reasons. The Future Land Use Map 111-3 and Table III -1 1 provide that both the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts are compatible and consistent with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan's Mixed Residential designation of the lot. A Comprehensive Plan amendment is not required to make the requested R-3 zoning district consistent with the Comprehensive Plan designation. The Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 6 RECEIVED JAN 2 5 2a18 CITY OFYAKIMA DIV DOC. INDEX proposed zone change to the R-3 zoning district would not be illegal spot zoning because it would not be totally different from, and inconsistent with, the classification of the surrounding land and it would be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan Mixed Residential designation. There are no known Comprehensive Plan Goals or Policies which discourage the requested R-3 zoning or Class (3) medical clinic use in the Mixed Residential designation. To the contrary, the following Comprehensive Plan Goals and Policies support the approval of a rezone to the R-3 zoning district in order to allow the proposed Class (3) medical clinic use to be established on the subject property: (i) Goal 2.1: Establish a development pattern consistent with the community's vision. (ii) Policy 2.1.7: Allow new development only where adequate public services can be provided. (iii) Policy 2.1.10: Require properties to assume zoning consistent with the City's Future Land Use Plan, as adopted or as amended where appropriate. (iv) Goal 2.3: Residential Uses. Preserve and enhance the quality, character and function of Yakima's residential neighborhoods. (v) Policy 2.3.1: Provide for a wide variety of housing types within the City to meet the full range of housing needs for Yakima's evolving population. (vi) Policy 2.3.1(G): Senior and assisted housing. Encourage these housing types in the R-2 and R-3 zones and commercial/mixed-use zones. Design standards should emphasize pedestrian -oriented design, facade articulation, and usable open space. (vii) Policy 2.3.2: Preserve and enhance established residen- tial neighborhoods. Specifically: Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 7 RECEIVED JAN! 2 5 2Di8 CITY OF YAKIMA Jt&CIV 14 15 (A) Ensure that new development is compatible in scale, style, density and aesthetic quality to an established neighborhood. (B) Protect the character of single-family neighborhoods by focusing higher intensity land uses close to commercial and community services and transit. **. (E) Carefully review proposed land use designation changes to more intensive residential designations, mixed use or industrial. Specifically: (I) Proposals should conform to locational criteria set forth for the desired designation in the applicable policies under Goal 2.2. (II) Is the site physically suited for the proposed designation? (III) Is the desired zone one of the imple- menting zones of the land use designation (per applicable policies under Goal 2.2)? (IV) Avoid spot zones or similar changes that may create instability with the surrounding neigh- borhood. (viii) Goal 2.5: Arterial corridors and other mixed-use centers. Enhance the character, function and economic vitality of Yakima's arterial corridors and mixed-use centers. (ix) Policy 2.5.1: Allow for a mixture of compatible land uses along corridors and within mixed-use designated areas. This includes the integration of multi -family residential and office uses with retail and service commercial zones. Provide zoning and design standards to maintain compatibility between different uses and zones. • • • Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 8 RECEIVED JAN 2 5 '20i8 CITY OF YAKIMA (C) Update zoning and design provisions to promote compatibility between different uses and zones. Examples include building setbacks, building massing, landscaping buffers, fencing, service element location and design provisions, and vehicular parking and access provisions. Landscape buffers are particularly important elements that can effectively mitigate impacts of commercial uses on adjacent residential uses. Commercial development adjacent to Low Density Residential designated areas warrant the greatest compatibility design protections. (b) The proposed rezone from the R-2 to the R-3 zoning district would be in compliance with the intent of the zoning ordinance because YMC §15.03.020(D) provides in part that the intent of the R-3 zoning district is to exclude activities which are not compatible with residential uses. As is discussed below relative to the sixth rezone criterion, the medical clinics will be compatible with all surrounding uses, including the single-family residence that is located east of the subject lot. (5) The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water and other required public services. The subject lot is currently accessed by West Washington Avenue which is a four -lane street with sufficient traffic capacity for the proposed use and which requires 60 to 80 feet of right-of-way with curb, gutter and sidewalk in accordance with YMC Title 12. Curb, gutter and sidewalk, as well as 60 feet of right-of-way, are currently in place. City of Yakima water, sewer, garbage, police and fire services are available to serve the lot. Cascade Natural Gas service, Pacific Power electrical service, Centurylink telephone service and Charter cable TV service are also available to serve the subject lot. Stormwater drainage is being provided on the site utilizing an existing system of catch basins and drainage trenches. The medical clinics should not increase the demand for public services beyond the current demand for public services. (6) The compatibility of proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses. As conditioned, the proposed R-3 zoning district with its associated medical clinic use that would be allowed by the requested rezone would be compatible with neighboring land uses for the following reasons: Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 9 RECEIVED JAN 2 5 2018 CITY OF YAKIMA 16 DOC. INDEX (a) YMC §15.02.020 defines "compatibility" as "the characteristics of different uses or developments that permit them to be located near each other in harmony, with or without special mitigation measures." Here the surrounding land uses consist of Ridgeview Elementary School, vacant land across Washington Avenue to the south, and one single-family residence to the east. (b) The proposed medical clinics are similar in character in many ways to the existing use of the site, in part because they will occupy the same buildings. They are compatible in scale and type with the school which is also a non-residential land use. The lot's frontage on Washington Avenue, a four lane street, is better suited for non-residential uses that generate more traffic to and from the uses than are generated by residential uses. (c) Sitescreening and landscaping will meet or exceed City develop- ment code standards that include the following: (A) A minimum of Sitescreening Standard A (10 -foot -wide landscaped strip) along the east property line contiguous to the single-family residential property to the east. A continuous screen of full-grown arborvitae (Standard B) and a view obscuring fence (Standard C) are also on this property line. (B) An evergreen hedge at least 6 feet in height (full-grown arborvitae in most locations) along the parking areas where they are contiguous to adjacent property in a residential zone (on parts of the north, west and east property lines). (C) An existing two -foot -high wall in the required front yard (20 feet from the right-of-way) along Washington Avenue required by YMC §15.06.030(D). New parking spaces on the west end of the site are set back 20 feet from the street and would not be subject to this requirement. This area will remain in lawn or landscaping. (D) A 6 -foot -high view -obscuring fence in combination with an evergreen hedge at least 6 feet in height (full-grown arborvitae) Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 10 R EC EiVE D JAN 2 5 2018 CITY OF YAKIMA DIV 17 18 along the property line where it is contiguous to the industrial use to the east. (d) The proposed use represents little change to what currently exists on the ‘property. The primary difference will be the additional parking required for medical clinic uses. (e) As noted, the site is surrounded on two sides by a school which has not presented any known compatibility concerns with the existing uses on the lot. The lot which fronts on a 4 -lane street is better suited from a compatibility standpoint for a medical clinic use than for a residential use. Across Washington Avenue is vacant property, enclosed by a solid fence at least 6 feet high, which appears to be intended for future expansion of a residential condominium complex located further to the west. Orientation and layout of the buildings and private drives within that development, along with the fence, suggest that the development is to be oriented away from the street. Development of that property should therefore not result in any compatibility issues. (f) Required sitescreening, including a minimum of Sitescreening Standard C along the east, west and north property lines as recommended by the Planning Division and as is required by this Decision would resolve any potential compatibility issues. In addition, the needed expansion of the parking lot will occur on the west side of the lot, opposite from the neighboring residence, and will be outside of the required front yard setback. Sitescreening in the form of an arborvitae screen exists along most of the property line common with the school, although it is not currently required by the zoning ordinance. (7) The public need for the proposed change. The rezone which would allow for two medical clinics to be approved for the lot would result in the establishment of medical facilities which would provide needed medical services for many people and which would be especially convenient for those who live in that area of the City. Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 11 RECEIVED JAN! 2 5 '20i8 CITY OF YAKIMA (1_,A:L OC. INDEX IX. Class (3) Review Criteria that is Applicable to a Medical Clinic Use. The Hearing Examiner's findings and conclusions are required to set forth specific reasons and ordinance provisions demonstrating that the decision satisfies the following requirements set forth in YMC §15.04.020(C) and §15.15.040(E): (1) Compliance and Compatibility with the Objectives and Develop- ment Standards of the Comprehensive Plan. As previously noted relative to the rezone criteria in this regard, this proposed project rezone and Class (3) medical clinic use are fully supported by the City's 2040 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map 111-3 due to the subject lot's Mixed Residential designation. As previously noted, YMC Table III -11 entitled Future Land Use and Current Zoning Comparison supports the proposed project rezone from the R-2 to the R-3 zoning district. The proposed Class (3) medical clinic use that is listed as a Class (3) use in the R-3 zoning district would likewise be compliant and compatible with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan Goals 2.3 and 2.5, and also with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan Policies 2.3.2, 2.3.2.A, 2.3.2.B, 2.3.2.E, and 2.5.1 previously detailed relative to the rezone criteria in this regard. (2) Compliance and Compatibility with the Intent and Character of the Multifamily Residential (R-3) Zoning District. The proposed Class (3) medical clinic use would be compliant and compatible with the intent and character of the R-3 zoning district, if the requested rezone is approved, for the following reasons: (a) As previously noted relative to the rezone criteria in Subsection VIII(4)(b) of this Decision, the proposed Class (3) medical clinics will be compliant and compatible with the intent of the R-3 zoning district set forth in YMC §15.03.020(D) which is in part to exclude activities which are not compatible with residential uses. (b) Also as previously noted relative to the rezone criteria in Sub- section VIII(6) of this Decision, the proposed Class (3) medical clinics will be compliant and compatible with the character of the lot where they will be located and with the character of the districts that surround it. (3) Compliance with the Provisions and Standards Established in the Zoning Ordinance. The applicable provisions and standards in the zoning Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RV/004-17; CL3#010-17 12 1ECEIVED JAN 2 5 206 MTV OF YAKIMA CLANIOI2 iv 19 DOC. INDEX AIA -1 20 ordinance include the requirements detailed above in the comments of the City's Development Services Team and include the following development standards which apply within the R-3 zoning district: (a) Parking: YMC Table 6-1 in YMC §15.06.040 requires medical clinics to have one parking space for every 200 square feet of gross floor area. The applicant is proposing to provide 33 parking spaces for the uses on the lot. (b) Landscaping: 10% of the parking area must be landscaped and at least two trees are required as part of that landscaping. (c) Sightscreening: Based upon existing land uses and an appli- cation of the sitescreening standards of Chapter 15.07 set forth in YMC §15.07.040, Sitescreening Standard C is required along the west, north and east property lines of the subject lot. That standard requires a 6 -foot -high view -obscuring fence made of wood, masonry block, concrete or slatted chain link material. (d) Structure Setbacks: YMC Table 5-1 of YMC Chapter 15.05 requires a front building setback of 50 feet from the centerline of a right-of- way and a minimum of 20 feet from the front property line; a side building setback of 10 feet or one half the building height from the property line; and a rear building setback of 15 feet or one half the building height from the rear property line. The applicant's site plan meets or exceeds all required structure setbacks from property lines, rights-of-way and residential districts. (e) Lot coverage: The maximum permitted lot coverage in the R-3 zoning district is 80%. The applicant proposes lot coverage of 77%. X. Consistency of the Proposed Rezone and Class 13) Medical Clinic Use with Development Regulations and the Comprehensive Plan under the Criteria Required by YMC 416.06.02013 is determined by consideration of the following factors: Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 13 RECEIVED JAN 2 5 2018 CITY OF YAKIM 21 (1) The types of land uses permitted at the site would include the proposed medical clinic use which is allowed as a Class (3) use in the R-3 zoning district if, as here, it satisfies the criteria for approval of a rezone from the R-2 zoning district to the R-3 zoning district and also the criteria for approval of a Class (3) use. (2) The density of residential development and the level of development such as units per acre would allow for approval of the requested rezone and Class (3) use. The proposed use of the property would be slightly less dense than the maximum density allowed in the R-3 zoning district since the lot coverage would be 77% in a zoning district that allows 80% lot coverage. (3) The availability and adequacy of infrastructure and public facilities is not an issue here since there are adequate public utility services available for the proposed medical clinic use and there is adequate access to the subject lot by way of West Washington Avenue. (4) The characteristics of the development are consistent with the development regulations and with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan considerations which were discussed in detail above. CONCLUSIONS Based upon the foregoing Findings, the Hearing Examiner reaches the following Conclusions: (1) The Hearing Examiner has jurisdiction to recommend approval by the Yakima City Council of the requested project rezone from the R-2 zoning district to the R-3 zoning district in order to allow for possible approval of a Class (3) medical clinic use in two existing buildings on the subject lot, and has jurisdiction to approve said Class (3) medical clinic use if the requested rezone is granted, and if, as here, all of the criteria for approval of said requested rezone and of said Class (3) use are satisfied. (2) Public notice for the January 11, 2018, open record public hearing was Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 14 RECEIVED 22 provided in accordance with zoning ordinance requirements. (3) A SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) for this requested project rezone and proposed Class (3) use was issued on November 29, 2017, and became final without any appeals. (4) The requested project rezone and proposed Class (3) medical clinic use are compliant and compatible with the Future Land Use Map 111-3, with the Land Use Compatibility Table III -11 and with the goals and policies of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. (5) R-3 zoning is permitted within the 2040 Yakima Urban Area Compre- hensive Plan's Mixed Residential designation in locations where, as here, it will be compatible with all of the neighboring land uses and where, as here, it satisfies all of the other criteria for approval of a rezone. (6) The proposed Class (3) medical clinic use is less dense than the maximum lot coverage allowed in the R-3 zoning district; is allowed as a Class (3) use in that zoning district; and is compliant and compatible with the intent and with the development standards of that zoning district. (7) Approval of this project rezone and Class (3) use application will result in public benefits which include increased access to needed medical services and convenient access to such services for those residents of the City who live within the area of the subject lot. (8) This application satisfies all of the prescribed criteria for approval by the Yakima City Council of a project rezone from the R-2 to the R-3 zoning district so as to allow for possible approval of a medical clinic use in two of the existing buildings on the subject lot, and this application also satisfies all of the criteria prescribed by the City's zoning ordinance for the Hearing Examiner's approval of said Class (3) medical clinic use if the requested rezone is granted by the Yakima City Council. (9) This request for a rezone and for approval of a Class (3) use complies with YMC §16.06.020(B) criteria which must be satisfied in order to make a Determination of Consistency. Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. 004-17; CL3#010-17 15 RECEIVED JAN 2 5 2018 CITY OF YAKIMA RECOMMENDATION AND DECISION The Hearing Examiner recommends to the Yakima City Council that this application for a project rezone from the Two -Family Residential (R-2) zoning district to the Multifamily Residential (R-3) zoning district in order to allow for possible approval of a Class (3) medical clinic use in two of the existing buildings on the subject lot in accordance with the documentation submitted for RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 and SEPA#030-17 be APPROVED, and the Hearing Examiner also APPROVES said Class (3) medical clinic use subject to the following conditions if the requested rezone is granted by the Yakima City Council: (1) An excavation and street break permit shall be obtained for all work in the public right-of-way. (2) Ten percent (10%) landscaping, including two trees, shall be installed within or adjacent to the parking area. (3) Sitescreening Standard C is required to be installed along the west, north and east property lines of the subject lot. (4) All proposed lighting shall be downshielded so that no light spills onto adjacent properties. If any new lighting will be added to the existing lighting either for or within the parking area, a photometric lighting plan shall be submitted to the City prior to the issuance of building permits. (5) The medical clinics shall be constructed and maintained in compliance with all applicable codes and regulations. DATED this 25th day of January, 2018. Diep Miller Rezone from R-2 to R-3 Two Medical Clinics 513 W. Washington Ave. RZ#004-17; CL3#010-17 Gary M. Cui tier, Hearing Examiner RECEIVED JAN 2 5 2016 CITY OF YAKIMA Lid 16 23 DOC. INDEX 24 DIEP MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER A Staff Report CITY of YAKI A arming DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask. planninggyakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning CITY OF YAKIMA FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATION FOR REZONE AND TYPE 3 REVIEW Applicant: Diep Miller Applicant Address: 513 W Washington Ave. Project Location: 513 W Washington Ave. Tax Parcel No(s): 181336-14039 File No(s): RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17, SEPA#030-17 Date of Request: October 20, 2017 Date of Complete: November 3, 2017 Date of Recommendation: January 11, 2018 Staff Contact: Trevor Martin, Associate Planner 25 DESCRIPTION OF REQUEST On October 20, 2017, The City of Yakima Department of Community Development received an application from Diep Miller, for a project Rezone of the property located at 513 W Washington Ave., from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and a Type (3) review to convert two of the existing three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the Rezone and Type (3) applications, subject to conditions. FACTS A. Processing. 1. The applications for Rezone and Type (3) Review were received on October 20, 2017. 2. A Notice of Complete Application was sent November 3, 2017. 3. The applications are being processed under YMC Chapters 15.23 and 15.15 for Rezone and Type (3) Review. 4. Pursuant to YMC Ch. 1.43, The Hearing Examiner has the authority to make a decision on matters prescribed by YMC Title 15. 5. Public Notice: Pursuant to YMC § 15.11.090 and YMC § 16.05.010: DOC. INDEX iT Yakima 26 1. A Notice of Application and Public Hearing was sent to the applicant and adjoining property owners within 300 -feet of the subject property on November 8, 2017. 2. A legal notice was provided in the Yakima Herald Republic on November 8, 2017. 3. The subject property was posted with a land use action sign on November 9, 2017. 6. Environmental Review: A Notice of Application and SEPA Environmental Review was mailed to SEPA agencies, the applicant, and adjoining property owners within 300 feet of the subject property on November 8, 2017. No comments were received during the 20 - day public comment period which ended on November 28, 2017. A SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on November 29, 2017. No appeals have been filed with the City of Yakima Planning Division. B. Current Zoning and Land Use: 1. The subject property is approximately 1.15 acres in size and is zoned Two -Family Residential (R-2). The property is currently vacant. 2. Adjacent Properties and Land use Characteristics Direction Zoning Land Use North R-2 School East M -1/R-2 Storage/Single family home South R-2 Washington Ave./Union Gap West R-2 88th Ave / Single Family Home 3. Other Characteristics 1. Critical Areas: i. There are no known critical areas located on any of the subject parcels. 2. Existing Infrastructure: i. Streets: The property is currently accessed by W. Washington Ave., classified as a Minor Collector which requires a 60-80 feet of Right -of -Way with curb, gutter, and sidewalk development in accordance with YMC Title 12. Curb, gutter, and sidewalk as well as 60 feet of Right -of -Way are currently in place. ii. Water: The site is served by City of Yakima Water. iii. Sewer: Sewer is located in W Washington Ave. C. Statement of Cause - Rezone: Pursuant to YMC Ch. 15.23, the applicant provided the following paraphrased statements explaining their reasons for the proposed Rezone: Narrative: This is an application to change the zoning of a 1.15 acre parcel at 513 W. Washington Avenue from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multiple Family Residential (R-3). The purpose of the rezone is to allow two of three buildings that are now part of a group home to be converted to medical clinics. A Type 3 application is also included 2 27 for that proposed use. The third building is to remain in its existing use as a group home but will be increased from 11 to 12 beds. Other site improvements are proposed to accommodate the proposed new use and comply with City development codes. 1. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? Most of the land uses that are allowed in the R-3 zone, particularly residential uses, are also permitted in the R-2 zone, except with a lower level of required review in some cases. The site is no less suitable for R-3 zoning than it is for R-2 zoning. The full range of urban services that is specifically required for R-3 zones is available. The existing buildings are to be converted to the proposed new use with no changes other than internal remodeling and site improvements, mainly parking, that will be necessary to maintain compliance with City requirements. The site is large enough to accommodate these additional improvements while maintaining required standards including landscaping, sitescreening and lot coverage. What is the status of the existing land use? The site is currently developed for a 23 -bed group home utilizing all three of the existing buildings. In order to avoid displacement impacts, the number of residents has been allowed to decrease through attrition to 12 currently living in the facility. All are in the two buildings proposed for conversion to medical clinics. When the rezone and land use application are approved, the residents will be relocated to the third building at the north end of the site which will continue to be operated as a group home, but with the number of beds increased by one from 11 currently to 12. 2. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? Both R-2 and R-3 zoning is allowed in areas designated Mixed Residential by the plan, and land uses allowed in the R-3 zone are similar and generally compatible with those allowed in the R-2 zone. Therefore, a plan amendment is not required. The following goals and policies support the proposed zoning. No goals or policies were identified from which the proposed zoning and land use would deviate. Goal 2.1 Establish a development pattern consistent with the community's vision. • Policy 2.1.7. Allow new development only where adequate public services can be provided. • Policy 2.1.10 Require properties to assume zoning consistent with the City's Future Land Use Plan, as adopted or as amended where appropriate. Goal 2.3 Residential Uses. Preserve and enhance the quality, character and function of Yakima's residential neighborhoods. • Policy 2.3.1. Provide for a wide variety of housing types within the City to meet the full range of housing needs for Yakima's evolving population. • Policy 2.3.1(G). Senior and assisted housing. Encourage these housing types in the R-2 and R-3 zones and commercial/mixed-use zones. Design standards should emphasize pedestrian -oriented design, fagade articulation, and usable open space. DOC. INDEX # A-- 3 28 • Policy 2.3.2. Preserve and enhance established residential neighborhoods. Specifically: • (A) Ensure that new development is compatible in scale, style, density and aesthetic quality to an established neighborhood. • (B) Protect the character of single family neighborhoods by focusing higher intensity land uses close to commercial and community services and transit. (E) Carefully review proposed land use designation changes to more intensive residential designations, mixed use or industrial. Specifically: o Proposals should conform to locational criteria set forth for the desired designation in the applicable policies under Goal 2.2. o Is the site physically suited for the proposed designation? o Is the desired zone one of the implementing zones of the land use designation (per applicable policies under Goal 2.2)? o Avoid spot zones or similar changes that may create instability with the surrounding neighborhood. • Policy 2.3.6. Allow some compatible nonresidential uses in residential zones, such as appropriately scaled schools, churches, parks and other public / community facilities, home occupations, day care centers, and other uses that provide places for people to gather. Maintain standards in the zoning code for locating and designing these uses in a manner that respects the character and scale of the neighborhood. Goal 2.5. Arterial corridors and other mixed-use centers. Enhance the character, function and economic vitality of Yakima's arterial corridors and mixed-use centers. • Policy 2.5.1. Allow for a mixture of compatible land uses along corridors and within mixed-use designated areas. This includes the integration of multi -family residential and office uses with retail and service commercial zones. Provide zoning and design standards to maintain compatibility between different uses and zones. • (C) Update zoning and design provisions to promote compatibility between different uses and zones. Examples include building setbacks, building massing, landscaping buffers, fencing, service element location and design provisions, and vehicular parking and access provisions. Landscape buffers are particularly important elements that can effectively mitigate impacts of commercial uses on adjacent residential uses. Commercial development adjacent to Low Density Residential designated areas warrant the greatest compatibility design protections. The proposed zone change would not be illegal spot zoning as specified in Policy 2.3.2.E because it is not totally different and inconsistent with the classification of the surrounding land and it is in accordance with the comprehensive plan. 3. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, stormwater drainage, schools, fire and police services, and other public services and infrastructure existing on the and around the subject property? 4 29 The site is accessed from W. Washington Avenue, a four -lane minor arterial street with sufficient traffic capacity according to the comprehensive plan. Sewer and water service is already being provided to the buildings and with the reduction in full time residents, there should not be a significant increase in demand. Stormwater drainage is being provided on the site using an existing system of catch basins and drainage trenches. The proposed use does not increase the demand for schools. Police and emergency service need should be no greater than it is for the existing use. Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? If not, what mitigating measures are going to be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? The most intensive allowable land use in the R-3 zone that would be possible on this small of a site would probably be multiple family residential. The same use could also be permitted under existing R-2 zoning through Type 2 review. In either zone, density and the overall size of such development would be limited by the area of the site, building height, lot coverage, parking requirements and area needed for required sitescreening. Because of the size of the site, these limitations should keep such a development, if it were to be proposed, small in scale and likely within existing public facility capacities of this site. The requirement for traffic concurrency would also limit it to that which would be within existing traffic capacity. The applicant does not plan to develop multiple family residential at this site. 4. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? Surrounding land uses consist of Ridgeview Elementary School, vacant land across Washington Avenue to the south, and one single family residence to the east. The proposed clinics are similar in character in many ways to the existing group home on the site, in part because they will occupy the same buildings. They are compatible in scale and type with the school, a non-residential land use. Frontage on Washington Avenue, a four lane street, is better suited for non- residential or higher -density residential development. Potential conflicts would be the additional parking being provided with the single-family residence to the east and potential land use conflicts with industrial use of property to the east. What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as sitescreening, buffering building design, open space, traffic flow alteration, etc.? Sitescreening and landscaping meeting and/or exceeding City development code standards that include the following: a. Minimum of sitescreening Standard A (10' wide landscape strip) on the east property line contiguous to the single family residential property to the east. A continuous screen of full grown arborvitae (Standard B) and a view obscuring fence (Standard C) are also on this property line. 5 30 b. Evergreen hedge at least 6 feet in height (full grown arborvitae in most locations) along parking areas where contiguous to adjacent property in a residential zone (on parts of the north, west and east property lines). c. Existing two foot high wall in the required front yard (20 feet from the right-of- way) along Washington Avenue (YMC 15.06.030(D)). New parking spaces on the west end of the site are set back 20 feet from the street and would not be subject to this requirement. This area will remain in lawn or landscaping. d. Six foot high view obscuring fence in combination with evergreen hedge at least 6 feet in height (full grown arborvitae) along the property line where it is contiguous to the industrial use to the east. 5. What is the public need for the proposed change? The proposed zoning change is not a substantial change from existing zoning because most of the permitted land uses are the same. As such, it continues to provide for the public need of the existing zoning. The proposed R-3 zoning implements the Mixed Residential future land use designation of the comprehensive plan. That designation was established with the adoption of the current comprehensive plan in 2017 and should be considered a change of circumstances from when the R-2 zoning was first established in this location. While R-3 zoning was considered to implement the previous plan designation of Medium Density Residential, it was not fully consistent with it because the prescribed densities were less. That is not the case of the new Mixed Residential designation. D. Statement of Cause — Type 3 Review: Pursuant to YMC Ch. 15.215, the applicant provided the following paraphrased statements explaining their reasons for the proposed Type 3 Review: 1. Fully describe the proposed development, including number of dwelling units and parking spaces. If the proposal is for a business, describe hours of operation, days per week and all other relevant information related the business. Convert two of the three existing buildings being used as a group home to two separate medical clinics. The third building will continue to be used as a 12 -bed group home. The two buildings total 5,400 square feet requiring, along with the 12 - bed group home, a total of 33 parking spaces. Additional parking is to be provided to meet this standard. Expected hours of operation of the medical clinics is to be normal daytime business hours, five days a week. The group home, of course, will continue to operate on a 24 hour, seven day per week basis. 2. How is the proposal compatible to neighboring properties? The proposed use represents little change to what is currently existing on the property. The primary difference being the additional parking that is being required. The site is surrounded on two sides by a school, with which the proposed and existing use are substantially compatible. The site fronts on Washington Avenue, a 4 -lane arterial and is better suited from a compatibility standpoint to that location 6 31 than residential use. Across Washington Avenue, is vacant property enclosed by a six or more foot high solid fence that appears to be intended for future expansion of a residential condominium complex located further to the west. Orientation and layout of the buildings and private drives within that development, along with the fence, suggest that the development is to be oriented away from the arterial street. For these reasons, along with the arterial that separates them, there should be no compatibility issues from the proposed development on that property. The primary compatibility concerns would be with the single-family residence and industrial building and storage yard to the east. 3. What mitigation measures are proposed to promote compatibility? Existing sitescreening, including sitescreening standard A and higher on the east property line next to the single-family residence and industrial property and parking lot sitescreening as required in R-3 zoning. New parking lot expansion is taking place on the west side of the site, opposite from the neighboring residence and will be outside of the required front yard setback. Sitescreening, in the form of an arborvitae screen is existing along most of the property line common with the school, although it is not currently required by code. 4. How is your proposal consistent with current zoning of your property? The purpose of the R-3 zoning district is to establish and preserve high-density residential neighborhoods by excluding activities not compatible with residential uses; locate high-density residential development in areas receiving the full range of urban services and near neighboring shopping facilities; and locate high-density residential development so that traffic it generates does not pass through lower - density residential areas. The district contains a variety of attached or clustered multiple -family dwellings (YMC 15.03.020(D)). Although the intent statement does not specifically reference the proposed medical clinics, they are permitted uses under YMC 15.04 subject to Type 3 Review. They are compatible with surrounding residential uses with the measures being described and given the type and character of this site and surrounding land uses. The site is receiving a full range of urban services. There is shopping nearby and traffic generated by the proposed use will exit directly on to an arterial street without passing through lower -density residential areas. 5. How is your proposal consistent with uses and zoning of neighboring properties? It is consistent with surrounding land use that consists primarily of a school, which is a non-residential use with no compatibility issues. Sitescreening being provided next to the one single-family dwelling and industrial development to the east. 6. How is your proposal in the best interest of the community? Existing, proposed and potential uses of the site: group home, medical clinics and other residential land uses permitted in the R-3 zone are community services that benefit the community, are in demand and needed. 7 32 E. Yakima Area Comprehensive Plan: The 2040 Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map designates this area as Mixed Residential. The purpose for Mixed Residential is designated to provide for areas with a mixture of housing types and densities. A mixture of single-family, duplex, and multifamily dwelling units. The permitted maximum density is up to or above 13 net dwelling units per acre, depending on the underlying zoning district and neighborhood context. For developments electing to conform to site and building design standards promoting pedestrian -oriented development, density is primarily limited by allowable building height, integration of required parking, market conditions, and conformance with applicable site and building design provisions. Specifying the maximum number of dwelling units in one building may be appropriate in some areas to ensure compatibility and to limit building massing and density. F. Applicable Law. Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance: 1. Rezone Defined: Pursuant to YMC § 15.23.010, "From time to time, a change in circumstance or condition may warrant a change in the zoning text or map create by this title. The purpose of this chapter is to establish the procedures to amend the zoning text and/or map when the proposed change would be consistent with the goals, policies, and intent of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan." 2. Class (3) Land Use Defined: Pursuant to YMC § 15.02.020, "Class (3) uses are those uses set forth and defined in the text and tables of YMC Chapter 15.04, and are generally incompatible with adjacent and abutting property because of their size, emissions, traffic generation, neighborhood character or for other reasons. However, they may be compatible with other uses in the district if they are properly sited and designed. Class (3) uses may be permitted by the Hearing Examiner when he determines, after holding a public hearing that the use complies with provisions and standards; and that difficulties related to the compatibility, the provisions of public services, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Pian policies have been adequately resolved." 3. Type (3) Review: Pursuant to YMC § 15.04.020(C), "Class (3) uses are generally not permitted but may be allowed by the Hearing Examiner after Type (3) Review and public hearing. The Hearing Examiner may approve, deny, or impose conditions on the proposed land use and site improvements to promote compatibility with the intent and character of the district and the policies and development criteria of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. The procedures in YMC Ch. 15.15 shall be used to review and evaluate Class (3) uses or Class (2) uses that have been forwarded to the Hearing Examiner for review." 4. R-2 Zoning District Defined: Per YMC § 15.03.020(C) the R-2 zoning district is intended to: 1. Establish and preserve residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings, duplexes and other uses compatible with the intent of this district; and DCC. INDEX 8 33 2. Locate residential development with densities up to twelve dwelling units per net residential acre in areas receiving a full range of public services including public water and sewer service, and police and fire protection. The district is characterized by up to sixty percent lot coverage, access via local access streets and collectors, one and two story buildings, some clustering of units, and required front, rear and side yard setbacks. Typical uses in this district are single-family dwellings and duplexes. The density in this district generally ranges from seven to twelve dwelling units per net residential acre. However, development up to eighteen dwelling units per net residential acre may be allowed in accordance with YMC Chapter 15.04, Table 4-1. 3. R-3 Zoning District Defined. Per YMC § 15.03.020(D) the R-3 zoning district is intended to: 1. Establish and preserve high-density residential districts by excluding activities not compatible with residential uses; 2. Locate high-density residential development more than twelve dwelling units per net residential acre in areas receiving the full range of urban services; 3. Locate high-density residential development near neighborhood shopping facilities; and 4. Locate high-density residential development so that traffic generated by the development does not pass through lower -density residential areas. The district contains a variety of attached or clustered multifamily dwellings. 4. Compatibility Oefined: Pursuant to YMC § 15.02.020, "Compatibility means the characteristics of different uses or developments that permit them to be located near each other in harmony, with or without special mitigation measures." 5 Sitescreeninq Defined Pursuant to YMC § 15.07.010, "The purpose of this chapter is to establish sitescreening standards to provide a visual buffer between uses of different intensity, streets and structures; reduce erosion and stormwater runoff, protect property values; and eliminate potential land use conflicts by mitigating adverse impacts from dust, odor, litter, noise, glare, lights, signs, water runoff, buildings or parking areas." The proposed use of medical clinics requires Sitescreening Standard C on the West Property line, which includes "a six-foot high, view obscuring fence, made of wood, masonry block, concrete, or slatted chain link material." 6. Parking: Pursuant to YMC § 15.06.040, Table 6-1, Medical and dental laboratories, offices, and clinics require 1 parking space per 200 square -feet gross floor area. 33 parking spaces have been proposed. 7. Lot Coverage: Pursuant to YMC Ch. 15.05, Table 5-1, the maximum lot coverage in the R-3 zoning district is 80% 8. Structure Setbacks: Pursuant to YMC Ch. 15.05, Table 5-1, the required structure setbacks include: a. Front — 50 -feet from centerline of right-of-way (Or a minimum of 20 feet from the front property line.) 9 OCC. INDEX 34 b. Rear — 15 -feet from property line / or 1/2 building height c. Side — 10 -feet from property line / or %/2 building height G. Development Services Team (DST) Review: The DST meeting for this proposal was held on November 11, 2017. Comments were received from the following city divisions: 1 Code Administration. 1. If the land use application for this project is reviewed/approved, application must be made for a City of Yakima General Business License for the proposed medical offices, YMC 5.52. Prior to the issuance of the Business License, a fire inspection must be performed by a Code Inspector (if applicable). The building to the east, will use the address of 513 W Washington Ave. The building to the west, will use the address of 517 W Washington Ave. The ability to obtain the City of Yakima license may be contingent on other land use requirements outlined in the Decision. 2. Planning. Lighting shall be provided to illuminate any off-street parking or loading space used at night. When provided, lighting shall be directed to reflect away from adjacent and abutting properties. Parking lots adjacent to residential districts or uses shall be designed with down -shielding and luminaries creating no lighting pollution upon those properties. A photometric lighting plan may be required if the parking lot is located adjacent to or abutting residential properties. 3. Water/Irrigation: As part of renovation, a complete plumbing fixture count will be required to determine adequate size of water service and meter required to serve the site. Installation Charge, Domestic Charge and Distribution Connection Charge fees dependent on the size of water service/meter required to serve the site/building. IV FINDINGS A. Rezone Approval Criteria: In accordance with the provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) § 15.23.030(D)(1-7), recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following consideration: 1. The testimony at the public hearing: A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on November 8, 2017, wherein the public was invited to submit written and/or oral comments at the public hearing on this proposed rezone. No comments were received during the public comment period. 2. The suitability of the property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning: The subject property is suitable for uses permitted in the R-3 zoning district. As a project specific rezone, additional analysis on the proposed Class (3) land use to 10 INDEX 35 convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics and is provided in the report below. 3. The recommendation from interested agencies and departments: No agencies or department have registered any opposition to this rezone. 4. The extent to which the proposed amendments are in compliance with and/or deviate from the goals and policies as adopted in the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the intent of this title: Rezoning the property from R-2 to R-3 maintains conformance with the Mixed Residential Future Land Use designation. Goals or Policies in the 2040 City of Yakima Comprehensive plan that support or encourage to proposed project are as follows: • Goal 2.3. Residential uses. Preserve and enhance the quality, character and function of Yakima's residential neighborhoods. • 2.3.2. Preserve and enhance established residential neighborhoods. Specifically: Policy 2.3.2.A. Ensure that new development is compatible in scale, style, density, and aesthetic quality to an established neighborhood. Policy 2.3.2.B. Protect the character of single family neighborhoods by focusing higher intensity land uses close to commercial and community services and transit. Policy 2.3.2.E. Carefully review proposed land use designation changes to more intensive residential designations, mixed-use, or industrial. Specifically: Proposals should conform to locational criteria set forth for the desired designation in the applicable policies under Goal 2.2. Avoid spot zones or similar changes that may create instability with the surrounding neighborhood. Goal 2.5. Arterial corridors and other mixed-use centers. Enhance the character, function, and economic vitality of Yakima's arterial corridors and mixed use centers. • Policy 2.5.1. Allow for a mixture of compatible land uses along corridors and within mixed-use designated areas. This includes the integration of multi -family residential and office uses with retail and service commercial uses. Provide zoning and design standards to maintain compatibility between different uses and zones. 5. The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water and other required public services: Along W Washington Ave. are various utilities which are available to serve the property, including City of Yakima Water, Cascade natural gas; Pacific Power; Centurylink telephone; Charter cable TV; and City of Yakima garbage collection services. City of Yakima Fire and Police departments also serve this area. Sewer is available to the site from Washington Ave. 11 INDEX 36 This property is served, or capable of being served, by all public utilities necessary to support development of the proposed conversion of two existing adult family homes into medical clinics. All abutting streets have sufficient carrying capacity to accommodate any future development. 6. The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses: The rezone proposal from R-2 to R-3 has been proposed in an effort to create a clinic focused use on the site. One of the three buildings will remain as an adult family home. Besides adding parking to the site, there have been no significant changes proposed to the site. Changing the zoning to R-3 will create a 1.15 acre parcel where higher density housing units may be constructed in the future. 7. The public need for the proposed change: Rezoning the property to R-3 will be more in alignment with the use of an adult family home, which currently exists on the site. The applicant has also proposed converting two of the existing buildings in to clinics which will create more opportunity/space to serve persons will medical needs in the Yakima area. B. Proposed Class (3) Use: The proposed conversion of two adult family homes into two clinics will not add any new buildings onto the site, however, additional parking spaces are required as part of the proposed project. Sitescreening: A Sitescreening fence meeting the requirements of Standard C shall be required along the north, west and east property lines. Parking: for medical clinic 1 space per 200 square feet of gross floor area is required. Each clinic facility is 2,700 square feet in size, for a total of 5,400 square feet of clinic space. 5,400 sqft / 200 sqft = 33 parking spaces. The applicant has shown 33 parking spaces on the submitted site plan. Landscaping: The applicant has illustrated 33 parking spaces on the submitted site plan. 10% of the total parking area shall be landscaped — two trees are required as part of the 10% landscaping. Lot Coverage: The applicant proposes 77% lot coverage, which meets the R-3 zoning district standard of 80%. Setbacks: The applicant's proposed site plan meets or exceeds all required structure setbacks from property line(s) and from a residential district. Comprehensive Plan Goals and Policies Goal 2.3. Residential uses. Preserve and enhance the quality, character and function of Yakima's residential neighborhoods. Policy 2.3.2. Preserve and enhance established residential neighborhoods. Specifically: 12 37 Policy 2.3.2.A. Ensure that new development is compatible in scale, style, density, and aesthetic quality to an established neighborhood. Policy 2.3.2.B. Protect the character of single family neighborhoods by focusing higher intensity land uses close to commercial and community services and transit. Policy 2.3.2.E. Carefully review proposed land use designation changes to more intensive residential designations, mixed-use, or industrial. Specifically: Proposals should conform to locational criteria set forth for the desired designation in the applicable policies under Goal 2.2. Avoid spot zones or similar changes that may create instability with the surrounding neighborhood. Goal 2.5. Arterial corridors and other mixed-use centers. Enhance the character, function, and economic vitality of Yakima's arterial corridors and mixed use centers. Policy 2.5.1. Allow for a mixture of compatible land uses along corridors and within mixed-use designated areas. This includes the integration of multi -family residential and office uses with retail and service commercial uses. Provide zoning and design standards to maintain compatibility between different uses and zones. CONCLUSIONS 1 The hearing examiner has jurisdiction to issue a recommendation on this application to the City Council. 2. The proposed Rezone and Class (3) use do not conflict with the goals and objectives of The Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, however, there are not goals and policies which support the conversion of two existing adult family homes into medical clinics in the R-3 zoning district. 3. SEPA review resulted in the issuance of a DNS on November 29, 2017. The appeal period for this determination ended December 13, 2017 — no appeal was filed. 4. No adverse impacts have been identified from granting this approval. 5. A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on November 8, 2017, wherein the public was invited to submit written and/or oral comments at the public hearing on this proposed rezone. No comments were received during the public comment period. 6. This Rezone is compatible with the Future Land Use Map III -3 and Table III -11: Future Land Use and Current Zoning Comparison of the City of Yakima's 2040 Comprehensive Plan. 7. This proposed Type (3) review is compatible with the R-3 zoning district and adjacent properties and meets all applicable development standards. 8. Approval of these Rezone and Type (3) applications will have the following public benefits: potential for more diverse and affordable housing types in the future. 13 DOC. INDEX 38 VI. RECOMMENDATION The Community Development Department recommends APPROVAL of this project Rezone request from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3) and Type (3) Review to convert two existing adult family home into medical clinics, subject to the following conditions: 1. An excavation and street break permit shall be obtained for all work in the public right-of- way. 2. 10% landscaping, including two trees, shall be installed adjacent to the parking area. 3. Sitescreening standard 'C' shall be installed along the west, north, and east property lines. 4. All proposed lighting shall be downshielded so that no light spills onto adjacent properties. A photometric lighting plan shall be submitted to the City prior to the issuance of building permits. 14 INDEX B-1 DIE P MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER B Vicinity Map Vicinity Map 39 10/24/2017 VICINITY MAP File Number: Project Name: Site Address: RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 DIEP MILLER 513 W WASHINGTON AVE sS 1 /II■■%% 11111\ PI hOnimq L F" rent a 7t St rj 3 rdr?E r F?rk 02.7 Ridgeviem Elementary SITE 1 1 LLJL tJ = ❑ ❑ ❑ D II �ll r [ A[ Proposal: Proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. 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. a Date Created: 10/24/2017 DOC. INDEX 41 DIEP MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 EXHIBU LIST CHAPTER C Site Apple Creek Health Care Center 513 W. Washington Ave 181336-14039 Zoning: Existing - R-2, Proposed - R-3 Diep Miller -- 513 W. Washington Avenue Owner P /011rffifi':.!"" Ridgeview Elementary School Zoned: R-2 10' w u tV 4, 4.4 /19 Date 15' 6' slattea fence Prel'eco. ed 19' Perki g Ridgeview Elementary School Zoned: R-2 15' 6slatted chain link fence %,„## Group Home RECEIVED OCT 2 4 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLA MM; DIV. Industrial Building & Storage Area Zoned: M-1 24' Clinic (proposed) Existed Lot Coverage Buildings & Canopy 12,808 sq. ft. 0.29 acre Existing Parking, Walkways & Pavement 23,260 sq. ft 0.53 acre New Parking 2,886 sq. ft 0.06 acre Vacant Land across TOTAL 0.88 acre Washington Avenue Zoned: R-4 (Union Gap) lk 19' c 19' 9' 9.1.-Txxicsec rarkicl Landscafertg ari(ifig 2 22' 19' ) Pr pas.e& Parki 20' wologg.siew w!**11 Landscaping 10' Sing le -Family -6 Residence cu Zoned: R-2 t Improved Vision Triangles W. Washington Avenue 0.88 / 1.15 = 77% Improved Vision Triangles Parking Group Home: 12 beds -- 1 space/2 beds = 6 spaces Clinics: 5,400 sq. ft -- 1 space / 200 sq ft = 27 spaces Total Parking 33 spaces 50' Scale 1"= 50' All Land Uses and Improvements are existing unless marked "proposed" DOC. 43 I IIEP MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER D DST Review a c Comments Comments from Carolyn Belles, Permit Project Coordinator 10/25/2017 D-2 Comments from Mike Shane, Water/Irrigation Engineer 10/27/2017 D-3 DST Request for Comments 11/02/2017 r' grInirig To: From: Subject: Applicant: File Number: Location: Parcel Numbers: DST EETING DATE: City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments November 2, 2017 City of Yakima Development Services Team Trevor Martin, Associate Planner Request for Comments Dep Miller RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 513 W Washington Ave 181336-14039 11/7/2017 Proposal Proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from R-2 to R-3, and a proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. 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 7, 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 44 DOC. INDEX #r DATE: TO: FROM: RE: 45 Water / Irrigation Division Working Together Toward Excellence in Service and Quality 2301 Fruitvale Blvd. Yakima, WA 98902 October 27, 2017 Trevor Martin, Assistant Planner Mike Shane, Water / Irrigation Engineer CL3#010-17--- 513 W. Washington Ave. (Parcel #18133614039) — DIEP MILLER Project Description - Proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. The following are general comments for the above referenced project: • There's an existing looped 16" waterline in W. Washington Ave. Static pressure is 85 — 93 psi. There an existing 1 %" water service with a 11/2" meter, and a 1" water service stub to the site. • There's an existing public fire hydrant on the site. There's an additional fire hydrant approx. 125' east of the site. All new fire hydrants or fire sprinkler requirements to be determined by Codes and Fire Dept. • Maximum available fire flow at the site from looped 16" waterline — 8,000 gpm • Site is not within the City of Yakima irrigation service area. • Site plan needs to show all existing and proposed utilities along the frontage of the site. The following are requirements based on Title 7 of the Yakima Municipal Code: • As part of renovation, a complete plumbing fixture count will be required to determine adequate size of water service and meter required to serve the site. Installation Charge, Domestic Charge and Distribution Connection Charge fees dependent on the size of water service/meter required to serve the site/building. Any water service not utilized for the site will be abandoned by the City of Yakima. Contact Emilio Lopez, Water Distribution Supervisor (575-6196) for installation costs and to coordinate work. Mike Shane - Water/Irrigation Engineer (509) 576-6480 Fax (509) 575-6187 mike.shane@yakimawa.gov 46 Water / Irrigation Division Working Together Toward Excellence in Service and Quality 2301 Fruitvale Blvd. Yakima, WA 98902 An approved Reduced Pressure Backflow Assembly required on the domestic water service. An approved Double Check Backflow Assembly required on any new fire sprinkler service. Contact Emilio Lopez, Water Distribution Supervisor (575-6196) with questions regarding the Cross Connection Control requirements. Mike Shane - Water/Irrigation Engineer (509) 576-6480 Fax (509) 575-6187 mike.shane@yakimawa.gov COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Code Administration Division 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 Phone (509) 575-6126 • F (509) 576-6576 code. cl akimawa.gov • www.huildingyakima.com October 25, 2017 Trevor Martin City of Yakima Planning Division 129 N 2nd St Yakima, WA 98901 From: Carolyn Belles, Permit Project Coordinator 47 Re: DST Comments: CL3#010-17 AND RZ#004-17 513 W WASHINGTON AVE If the land use application for this project is reviewed/approved, application must be made for a City of Yakima General Business License for the proposed medical offices, YMC 5.52. Prior to the issuance of the Business License, a fire inspection must be performed by a Code Inspector (if applicable). The building to the east, will use the address of 513 W Washington Ave. The building to the west, will use the address of 517 W Washington Ave, The ability to obtain the City of Yakima license may be contingent on other land use requirements outlined in the Decision. Ya kima DOC. INDEX 2015 1994 48 DIEP MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER E SEPA Checklist E-1 SEPA Checklist 10/20/2017 49 SEP. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST Purpose of checklist: Governmental agencies use this checklist to help determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant. This information is also helpful to determine if available avoidance, minimization or compensatory mitigation measures will address the probable significant impacts or if an environmental impact statement will be prepared to further analyze the proposal. Instructions for applicants: This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Please answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. You may need to consult with an agency specialist or private consultant for some questions. You may use "not applicable" or "does not apply" only when you can explain why it does not apply and not when the answer is unkno You may also attach or incorporate by reference additional studies reports. Complete and accurate answers to these questions often avoid delays with the SEPA process as well as later in the decision- making process. The checklist questions apply to all parts of your proposal, even if you plan to do them over a period of time or on different parcels of land. Attach any additional information that will help describe your proposal or its environmental effects. The agency to which you submit this checklist may ask you to explain your answers or provide additional information reasonably related to determining if there may be significant adverse impact. Instructions for Lead Agencies: Please adjust the format of this template as needed. Additional information may be necessary to evaluate the existing environment, all interrelated aspects of the proposal and an analysis of adverse impacts. The checklist is considered the first but not necessarily the only source of information needed to make an adequate threshold determination. Once a threshold determination is made, the lead agency is responsible for the completeness and accuracy of the checklist and other supporting documents. Use of checklist for nonproject proposals: fhelpj For nonproject proposals (such as ordinances, regulations, plans and programs), complete the applicable parts of sections A and B plus the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONFROJECT ACTIONS (part E). Please completely answer all questions that apply and note that the words "project," "applicant," and "property or site" should be read as "proposal," "proponent," and "affected geographic area," respectively. The lead agency may exclude (for non -projects) questions in Part B - Environmental Elements —that do not contribute meaningfully to the analysis of the proposal. A. Background Them 1. Name of proposed project, if applicable: [he!lD1 Apple Creek Health Care Center 2. Name of applicant: Melo' Diep Miller SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 3. Address and phone number of applicant and contact person: [he!pj 513 W. Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98902 (509) 901-2010 Contact Person: Thomas R Durant Durant Development Services, Inc. PO Box 1723 Yakima, WA 98907 (509) 248-4156 4. Date checklist prepared: iheipl October 13, 2017 5. Agency requesting checklist: jheipl City of Ya 6. Proposed timing or schedule (including phasing, if applicable): fhelpT Complete remodeling and open clinics by the end of 2017 or as soon as rezoning and building permit issuance. 7. Do you have any plans for future additions, expansion, or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes, explain. rhelpi None that is not covered in this document. 8. List any environmental information you know about that has been prepared, or will be prepared, directly related to this proposal. ThelpT None. 9. Do you know whether applications are pending for governmental approvals of other proposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes, explain. fhelpi No. 10. List any government approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal, if known. [help] Minor rezone. Type 3 review. Building permit for remodeling Grading permit for parking lot expansion SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 50 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNHC DIV DOC INDEX Page 2 of 15 51 11. Give brief, complete description of your proposal, including the proposed uses and the size of the project and site. There are several questions later in this checklist that ask you to describe certain aspects of your proposal. You do not need to repeat those answers on this page. (Lead agencies may modify this form to include additional specific information on project description.) fhelpl Rezone 1.15 acre lot from R-2 (Two Family Residential) to R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) and convert two of the three existing buildings being used as a group home to two separate medical clinics. The third building will continue to be used as a 12 bed group home. Enlarge the existing parking lot to accommodate additional required spaces. 12. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient information for a person to understand the precise location of your proposed project, including a street address, if any, and section, township, and range, if known. If a proposal would occur over a range of area, provide the range or boundaries of the site(s). Provide a legal description, site plan, vicinity map, and topographic map, if reasonably available. While you should submit any plans required by the agency, you are not required to duplicate maps or detailed plans submitted with any permit applications related to this checklist. Melo' 513 W. Washington Avenue. North side of Washington Avenue between South 3rd and Cornell Avenues. Section 36, T. 13 N., R. 18 E.W.M. Parcel Number: 181336- 14039 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS ilielpT 1. Earth Ineloi a. General description of the site: rheloi (circle one): Rat, rolling, hilly, steep slopes, mountainous, other b. What is the steepest slope on the site (approximate percent slope)? [help' The area proposed for parking lot expansion has a slight slope, es or less. 11 ated to be 5% c. What general types of soils are found on the site (for example, clay, sand, gravel, peat, muck)? If you know the classification of agricultural soils, specify them and note any agricultural land of long-term commercial significance and whether the proposal results in removing any of these soils. 'help] The CS soil classification is timapine silt loam, which is considered to be prime fa land although this site is located in a fully urbanized area. No soils will be RECEIVED removed. OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PIA:' NG IV SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 Page 3 of 15 d. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity? If so, describe. fhelpl No. e. Describe the purpose, type, total area, and approximate quantities and total affected area of any filling, excavation, and grading proposed. Indicate source of fill. JhelpL The existing par g lot is to be enlarged to accommodate the proposed use. This will result in clearing and removal of lawn and ornamental vegetation. If filling is necessary, material will be obtained from a commercial source not yet determined. f. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use? If so, generally describe. JheIpl Exposing soils during clearing poses some risk of erosion, although the site is flat and the existing parking lot has stormwater drainage. Best management practices will be used by the contractor during site development to control any runoff. g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction (for example, asphalt or buildings)? [help' Lot coverage of the completed project is estimated to be 78%. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion, or other impacts to the earth, if any: [help.' Best management practices to control runoff during site development. Pervious surfaces on the site will be landscaped or retained in existing landscaping. 2. Air [help' a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal during construction, operation, and maintenance when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. pielpi Some potential of dust during construction. This is a small site and emissions should not be significant. b. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so, generally describe. rhelpT No. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air, if any: fhelpl The contractor will be required to have a dust control plan and implement it during construction. SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 INDEX E -I 52 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 GI FY OF YAKIMA PLMING DIV. Page 4 of 15 3. Water Their:4 a. Surface Water: 1) Is there any surface water body on or in the immediate vicinity of the site (including year-round and seasonal streams, saltwater, lakes, ponds, wetlands)? If yes, describe type and provide names. If appropriate, state what stream or river it flows into. fheI No. 2) Will the project require any work over, in, or adjacent to (within 200 feet) the described waters? If yes, please describe and attach available plans. rhelpl N/A. 3) Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or removed from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. [helpl N/A. 4) Will the proposal require surface water withdrawals or diversions? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. jhelpj No. 5) Does the proposal lie within a 100 -year floodplain? If so, note location on the site plan. fheloi No. 6) Does the proposal involve any discharges of waste materials to surface waters? If so, describe the type of waste and anticipated volume of discharge. [helpj No. b. Ground Water: 1) Will groundwater be withdrawn from a well for drinking water or other purposes? If so, give a general description of the well, proposed uses and approximate quantities withdrawn from the well. Will water be discharged to groundwater? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. Thelpj No. 2) Describe waste material that will be discharged into the ground from septic tanks or other sources, if any (for example: Domestic sewage; industrial, containing the nfoullmowbeinrgofchaenmimicaaislso. r. h. u; magarnicsutlthuerasly; settecm(s .).D) easrecreibxepethcetegdetnoesrearvl seiz.erhoeflothi e system, the number of such systems, the number of houses to be served (if applicable), or the None. SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 53 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Page 5 of 15 c. Water runoff (including stormwater): 1) Describe the source of runoff (including storm water) and method of collection and disposal, if any (include quantities, if known). Where will this water flow? Will this water flow into other waters? If so, describe. [helpl Runoff from roofs and pavement is collected by an existing system consisting of catch basins and drain trenches. There are no changes proposed. Stormwater does not flow to other waters. 2) Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so, generally describe. fhelpl No. 3) Does the proposal alter or otherwise affect drainage patterns in the vicinity of the site? If so, describe. fhelpT No. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water, and drainage pattern impacts, if any: fhelpl No changes in existing stormwater retention 4. Plants Mello.' a. Check the types of vegetation found on the site: fheipl X deciduous tree: alder, maple, aspen, other X evergreen tree: fir, cedar, pine, other: arborvitae X shrubs X grass pasture crop or grain Orchards, vineyards or other permanent crops. wet soil plants: cattail, buttercup, bullrush, skunk cabbage, other water plants: water lily, eelgrass, milfoil, other X other types of vegetation grape vines b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? [hell:4 Approximately 6,000 square feet of existing lawn will be removed to enlarge the Parking a OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIIVIA PLANNING DIV. 54 RECEIVED SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 Page 6 of 15 c. List threatened and endangered species known to be on or near the site. TheIbl None known. The site is entirely landscaped or improved with buildings and pavement. There is little to no natural vegetation. d. Proposed landscaping, use of native plants, or other measures to preserve or enhance vegetation on the site, if any: 'help' Landscaping, including parking lot landscaping, sitescreening and pervious areas to meet lot coverage standards is required by City standards. There are also grass lawn and landscaped activity areas for group home residents and future medical clinic tenants. To the extent possible, existing landscaping is to be retained. New landscaped areas , be provided as necessary to meet these requirements. e. List all noxious weeds and invasive species known to be on or near the site. rheipl None. 5. Animals [help.' a. List any birds and other animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site. [help' Examples include: birds: hawk, heron, eagle, songbirds, other: songbirds mammals: deer, bear, elk, beaver, other: fish: bass, salmon, trout, herring, shellfish, other b. List any threatened and endangered species known to be on or near the site. [help] None. c. Is the site part of a migration route? If so, explain. iheibl Not believed to be. d. Proposed measures to preserve or enhance wildlife, if any: [help] None. e. List any invasive animal species known to be on or near the site. [helloi None. 55 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIIVir PLArNING DIV SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 Page 7 of 15 6. Energy and Natural Resources fhelol a. What kinds of energy (electric, natural gas, oil, wood stove, solar) will be used to meet the completed project's energy needs? Describe whether it will be used for heating, manufacturing, etc. 'help'. Natural gas for cooking, electricity for other energy needs. b. Would your project affect the potential use of solar energy by adjacent properties? If so, generally describe. jhelpT No. c. What kinds of energy conservation features are included in the plans of this proposal? List other proposed measures to reduce or control energy impacts, if any: fhelpT None. 7. Environmental Health jhetpl a. Are there any environmental health hazards, including exposure to toxic chemicals, risk of fire and explosion, spill, or hazardous waste, that could occur as a result of this proposal? If so, describe. 'help' No. 1) Describe any known or possible contamination at the site from present or past uses. Jhelpl None. 2) Describe existing hazardous chemicals/conditions that might affect project development and design. This includes underground hazardous liquid and gas transmission pipelines located within the project area and in the vicinity. rhelpl None. 3) Describe any toxic or hazardous chemicals that might be stored, used, or produced during the project's development or construction, or at any time during the operating life of the project. MeV None. 4) Describe special emergency services that might be required. [help.' None. 56 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNNG DIV SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 Page 8 of 15 5) Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: ihelpl None. b. Noise rhelpl 1) What types of noise exist in the area which may affect your project (for example: traffic, equipment, operation, other)? rhelpj None. 2) What types and levels of noise would be created by or associated with the project on a short-term or a long-term basis (for example: traffic, construction, operation, other)? Indi- cate what hours noise would come from the site. (help.' None. 3) Proposed measures to reduce or control noise impacts, if any: fhelpl None. 8. Land and Shoreline Use [help a. What is the current use of the site and adjacent properties? Will the proposal affect current land uses on nearby or adjacent properties? If so, describe. Thelpl 57 The site is being used as a group home with a total of 23 beds. The use of adjacent properties include a school to the north and west. To the east are an industrial building and associated storage area and a single family residence. To the south is vacant property that is enclosed with a six foot or higher view obscuring fence along its frontage on Washington Avenue. It appears that this property is associated with a residential development located farther to the west. The proposed use and other potential land uses allowed in the R-3 zone should be compatible with these surrounding land uses. The greatest potential conflict would be with industrial use to the east and the effect of additional parking on the adjacent residential lot. The property line on both of these sites is screened by a ten foot wide landscaped strip of land with full height arborvitae and six foot high view obscuring fence. b. Has the project site been used as working farmlands or working forest lands? If so, describe. How much agricultural or forest land of long-term commercial significance will be converted other uses as a result of the proposal, if any? If resource lands have not been designated, how many acres in farmland or forest land tax status will be converted to nonfarm or nonforest use? (help' to RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANMG DIV SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 It may have been farmed in the past, but is not now and is in a fully urbanized area. No conversion of agricultural or forest land and no lands with current use tax status. 1) Will the proposal affect or be affected by surrounding working farm or forest land normal business operations, such as oversize equipment access, the application of pesticides, tilling, and harvesting? If so, how: [help] No. c. Describe any structures on the site. Melo] Three group care buildings totaling 11,100 square feet and 1,708 square foot connecting canopy. The two buildings that are to be converted to clinics are 2,700 square feet each for a total of 5,400 square feet. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so, what? fhelpl No. e. What is the current zoning classification of the site? Thelpl R-2. Two Family Residential. f. What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? fhelpl Mixed Residential g. If applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? rheipl N/A. h. Has any part of the site been classified as a critical area by the city or county? If so, specify. jhelpi No. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? iheipl 10 to 16 workers and 12 residents. j. Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? ihelpi None. Although the proposal reduces the number of group home beds by 11 from 23 to 12, there are currently only 12 residents at the facility, the number having been 58 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING 01V. SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 Page 10 o 15 allowed to decline through attrition. The 12 existing residents will be relocated to the third building when project construction begins. k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts, if any: fhelpl See response to B.8.j. above (previous response) L. Proposed measures to ensure the proposal is compatible with existing and projected land uses and plans, if any: fhelpl R-3 zoning is consistent with the mixed use comprehensive plan designation of the site and generally compatible with the surrounding land uses. The potentially least compatible use would be industrial use to the east. Existing site screening has been established along the common property line with the industrial property and single family residence to the east and will not be removed or altered by this proposal. The proposed use is not substantially different from a compatibility standpoint to the existing land use. The facility fits in from a scale and visual standpoint with the school campus that partially surrounds it. The vacant property across Washington Avenue from the site to the south is screened by a 6 foot or higher fence which is more than sufficient sitescreening. m. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts to agricultural and forest lands of long-term commercial significance, if any: fhelpl N/A. 9. Housing rhelpl a. Approximately how many units would be provided, if any? Indicate whether high, mid- dle, or low-income housing. jhelpl None. b. Approximately how many units, if any, would be eliminated? Indicate whether high, middle, or low-income housing. fhelpj None. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control housing impacts, if any: fhelpT None. 59 RECEIVED 10. Aesthetics JheIp a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structure(s), not including antennas; what is OCT 2 0 2017 the principal exterior building material(s) proposed? jhelpi CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. The existing building is a one story wood frame structure 15 feet in height with stucco siding. SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 DOC. Page 11 of 15 b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? fheipl None. b. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: fhelpl Landscaping and sitescreening is either existing or to be provided as required by City code. This includes landscaped areas with trees, shrubs and lawn, view obscuring fences and solid vegetative screens. 11. Light and Glare fhelpl a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur? fhelpl The building is equipped with exterior light fixtures for safety and security that would be on during the hours of darkness. The parking lot also has lighting for the same pruposes and as required by City code. There is no change from that existing. b. Could light or glare from the finished project be a safety hazard or interfere with views? fhelpl No. c. What existing off-site sources of light or glare may affect your proposal? fhelpT None. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts, if any: jhelpl None. 12. Recreation fhelpl a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? fhelpl Gardner Park, about 400 feet to the north. b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. Jhelpj No. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts on recreation, including recreation opportunities to be provided by the project or applicant, if any: f None. SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 60 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKiiviA PLANNING 011/ Page 12 of 15 61 13. Historic and cultural preservation fhelol a. Are there any buildings, structures, or sites, located on or near the site that are over 45 years old listed in or eligible for listing in national, state, or local preservation registers ? If so, specifically describe. There are buildings in the vicinity over 45 years of age, although none are shown to be listed or eligible for listing. b. Are there any landmarks, features, or other evidence of Indian or historic use or occupation? This may include human burials or old cemeteries. Are there any material evidence, artifacts, or areas of cultural importance on or near the site? Please list any professional studies conducted at the site to identify such resources. (heipl Not on the site. There are a few old buildings in the vicinity but they are either not eligible for historic register listing or their eligibility has not been determined. No professional studies were conducted. c. Describe the methods used to assess the potential impacts to cultural and historic resources on or near the project site. Examples include consultation with tribes and the department of archeology and historic preservation, archaeological surveys, historic maps, GIS data, etc. fheIp Site visit, review Yakima Comprehensive Plan, GIS data and the Washington Information System for Architectural & Archaeological Records Data database. d. Proposed measures to avoid, minimize, or compensate for loss, changes to, and disturbance to resources. Please include plans for the above and any permits that may be required. fheidi None of the older buildings in the vicinity, whether eligible for listing or not, would be impacted by the proposal. The entire site has been disturbed previously by clearing, construction and grading. As required by law, if archaeological artifacts are discovered during project development, work will stop and appropriate agencies and tribes notified. 14. Transportation Melo' a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site or affected geographic area and describe proposed access to the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. rhelol Existing access to the site is from two approaches to Washington Avenue. No changes are proposed. b. Is the site or affected geographic area currently served by public transit? If so, generally describe. If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? fhelol RECEIVED The site and area is served by Yakima Transit. SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV INDEX Page 13 of 15 62 c. How many additional parking spaces would the completed project or non -project proposal have? How many would the project or proposal eliminate? fhelpj Seventeen additional parking spaces are proposed to conform to City parking standards. None would be eliminated. d. Will the proposal require any new or improvements to existing roads, streets, pedestrian, bicycle or state transportation facilities, not including driveways? If so, generally describe (indicate whether public or private). jhelpl No. e. Will the project or proposal use (or occur in the immediate vicinity of) water, rail, or air transportation? If so, generally describe. fhelpl No. f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project or proposal? If known, indicate when peak volumes would occur and what percentage of the volume would be trucks (such as commercial and nonpassenger vehicles). What data or transportation models were used to make these estimates? fhelpi Estimated 72 to 88 daily trips. Peak hour would probably coincide with that of the adjacent street traffic. Estimates are based on ITE trip generation rates for similar medical and elder care land uses. g. Will the proposal interfere with, affect or be affected by the movement of agricultural and forest products on roads or streets in the area? If so, generally describe. fhelpl No. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control transportation impacts, if any: fhelpl None. 15. Public Services Thelpl a. Would the project result in an increased need for public services (for example: fire protection, police protection, public transit, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe. fhelpl No. b. Proposed measures to reduce or control direct impacts on public services, if any. fhelpl RECEIVED None. SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLArNING DIV Page 14 of 15 63 16 Utilities (help a Circle utilities currently available at the site Jheipl electricity, natural gas, water, refuse service, telephone, sanitary sewer, septic system, other b. Describe the utilities that are proposed for the project, the utility providing the service, and the general construction activities on the site or in the immediate vicinity which might be needed Jhe!pi Sewer, water and refuse service provided by the City ofYakima. Natural gas by Cascade Natural Gas. Electricity by Pacific Power. Telephone / cable service by Charter Communications. No changes or additional utilities are expected and no expected construction activities. C. Signature jhelpl The above answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge I understand that the lead agency is relying on them to make its Jecis - Signature Name of signee Position and Agency/Organization Date Submitted Dar a ()eve form „ RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV DOC. SEPA Environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-960) July 2016 INDEX Page 15 of 15 64 DIEP MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER F Land Use Applications Land Use Application for Type 3 Review 10/20/2017 F-2 Land Use Application for Rezone =XXX Lt rk I crtY OF YAKIMA manning COO LAND USE APPLICATION CITY OF YAKIMA, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 129 NORTH SECOND STREET, 2ND FLOOR, YAKIMA, WA 98901 VOICE: (509) 575-6183 FAX: (509) 575-6105 65 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY QF YAKIMA A. DIV INSTRUCTIONS —P EASE READ FIRST Please type or 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 I - GENERAL INFORMATION AND PART IV — CERTIFICATION are on this page. PART II and III contain additional information pecific to your proposal and MUST be attached to this page to complete the application. PART 1 — GENERAL 1NFORMATION 1. Applicant's Information: Name: Mailing Address: City: E -Mail: 2. Applicant's Check One: nterest in Property: Name: . Property Owner's nformation (If othe than Applicant): Owne NAPA ,l'Ad St: WA ZipilqffoiPhone: 0 Agent 0 Purchaser 10 Other ailing Address: City: Zip: Phone: E -Mail: 4. Subject Property's Assessor's Parcel Number(s), /1/33 6 —/i0Sq 5. Legal Description of Prone ngthy, please attach it on a separate document) AO -44e 6. Property Address: .5 V3 (A). IVA. A v 7. Property's Existing Zoning: 0 SR 0 R-1 x R-2 0 R-3 0 B-1 0 B-2 0 FIB 0 scc 0 LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS fl RD 0 is4-1 0 M-2 8. Type Of Application: (Check All That Apply) Rezone 0 Comprehensive Plan Text or Map Amendment :1 Environmental Checklist (SEPA Review. Transportation Concurrency 0 Other: P Other 'type 3 Master Application 12 (select if submitting two or more applications under Title 15) PART II — SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION, PART 111— REQUIRED ATTAC ENTS, & PART IV NARRATIVE— 9, SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PART V — CERTIFICATION 0 hat the information on his application and the required attachments y 0 ces Signature Applicant's Signature FILE/APPLICATION(S) DATE FEE PAID: 0 ' Revised 08/2017 Date y knowledge. RECEIVED BY; PAID: v() Od -7-00(No77 DOC. INDEX Pagel3 66 CITY OF YAKImA r a nning Supplemental Application For: ZONES YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 PART II - APPLICATION 0 ' •11ON 1, EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: 0 SR 0 R-1 N R-2 0 R-3 0 B-1 0 B-2 p HB 0 SCC 0 LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 RD 0 M-1 0 M-2 2. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: 0 SR 0 R-1 0 R-2 r.) R-3 0 B-1 0 B-2 0 HB 1 SCC LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 RD 0 M-1 0 M-2 3. ZONING OF ADJOINING PROPERTY (check all that apply): 0 SR 0 R-1 R-2 0 R-3 0 B -I 0 B-2 0 HB 0 SCC 0 LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 OM -2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: 0 Low Density Residential D Mixed Residential 0 Community Mixed -Use 0 Commercial Mixed -Use CBD Commercial Core 0 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 5. PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Is there a proposed change to the Future Land Use Map? ,4/o If so what is the proposed future land use designation? 0 Low Density Residential 0 Mixed Residential 0 Community Mixed -Use 0 Commercial Mixed -Use O CBD Commercial Core 0 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: 114 Transportation Water S e Rights -Of -Way 0? Storm Drainage Police And Fire Protection 0 Parks And Trails 0 Schools Electricity IX Natural Gas [X Telephone D -s1 Cable TV PART III - REcUIRED ATTACHMENTS 7. WRITTEN NARRATIVE (required): (stating the reason for the request for the rezone, explaining how the proposed amendment meets the proposed rezone request) 8. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST (required): 9. TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY (may be required): 10. SITE PLAN (required if the rezone is associated with land use development): 11. AUTHORIZATION: I hereby authorize the submittal of this Rezone or Text Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review, 677/7/6Z Date 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 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMi PLANNING DIV Revised 08/2017 DOC. SAge 4 INDE)t 67 ser ,/ Lt pj aCIThonTriKtivd Supplemental Application For: REZONES YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 PART IV - N ' ' TIVE A. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? What is the status of existing land use? Cee A4.1 -04e4 Ar‘r(0.14/e B. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? cee A446-ckecl Narre.-11V6 C. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, stormwater drainage, schools, fire and police services, and other public services and infrastructure existing on and around the subject property? f /4÷4-64eke Na fr. Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? If not, what mitigating measures are going to be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? S'e A -#4-c4 ikkg.ral ; D. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? fe'e A-1-kci-e c AkAirs4;v, What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as sitescreening, buffering building design, open space traffic flow alteration, etc.? fee. 44-ou-4.1) AI a ft& '1- ;ye E. What is the public need for the proposed change? ree A11-4.014 ikhute..4-4ve 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 08/2017 RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLAUNG DIV. 5 68 S Ltpi aryriOnF YAKIMA U • Supplemental Application For: TYPE 3 REVIEW AN AREA ZONING ORDINANCE, YMC CHAPTER 15.15 PART11— LAND USE DESIGNATION . PROPOSED LAND USE TYPE: (As listed on YMC § 15.04.030 Table 4-1 Permitted Uses Please Select One: 0 Mc ef4C1 ; cS PART II - ATTACHMENTS INFORMATION 2. SITE PLAN REQUIRED: (Please use the City of Yakima Site Plan Checklist, attached) . TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY: (if required, see YMC Ch. 12.08, Traffic Capacity Test) 4. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST: (if required by the Washington State Environmental Policy Act) PART IV - WRITTEN NARRATIVE: Please submit a written response to the following questions. Use a separate sheet of paper, if necessary. A. Fully describe the proposed development, including number of dwelling units and parking spaces. If the proposal is for a business, describe hours of operation, days per week and all other relevant information related the business. fee 644.4t CMJ B. How is the proposal compatible to neighboring properties? 04c1ei A/ACM-111/e C. What mitigation measures are proposed to promote compatibility? fee 4/1"41 4/6 '"1-;" D. How is your proposal consistent ith current zoning of your property? fee 6,1hJ/t(c4(/;.7LlNae.. E. How is your proposal consistent with uses and zoning of neighbor ng properties? cee Ak co -44 ve F. How is your proposal in the best nterest of he community? .ree. a t44'4 ivarrod-Aie— 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 RECEIVED Revised 03/2017 Page OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV 4 DOC. [NO( RECEWED OCT 2 0 2017 Narrative CITY OF YAKIMA PLAMG DIV. This is an application to change the zoning of a 1.15 acre parcel at 513 W. Washington Avenue from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multiple Family Residential (R-3). The purpose of the rezone is to allow two of three buildings that are now part of a group home to be converted to medical clinics. A Type 3 application is also included for that proposed use. The third building is to remain in its existing use as a group home but will be increased from 11 to 12 beds. Other site improvements are proposed to accommodate the proposed new use and comply with City development codes. A. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? Most of the land uses that are allowed in the R-3 zone, particularly residential uses, are also permitted in the R-2 zone, except with a lower level of required review in some cases. The site is no less suitable for R-3 zoning than it is for R-2 zoning. The full range of urban services that is specifically required for R-3 zones is available. The existing buildings are to be converted to the proposed new use with no changes other than internal remodeling and site improvements, mainly parking, that will be necessary to maintain compliance with City requirements. The site is large enough to accommodate these additional improvements while maintaining required standards including landscaping, sitescreening and lot coverage. What is the status of existing land use? The site is currently developed for a 23 -bed group home utilizing all three of the existing buildings. In order to avoid displacement impacts, the number of residents has been allowed to decrease through attrition to 12 currently living in the facility. All are in the two buildings proposed for conversion to medical clinics. When the rezone and land use application are approved, the residents will be relocated to the third building at the north end of the site which will continue to be operated as a group home, but with the number of beds increased by one from 11 currently to 12. B. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? Both R-2 and R-3 zoning is allowed in areas designated Mixed Residential by the plan, and land uses allowed in the R-3 zone are similar and generally compatible with those allowed in the R-2 zone. Therefore, a plan amendment is not required. The following goals and policies support the proposed zoning. No goals or policies were identified from which the proposed zoning and land use would deviate. Goal 2.1 Establish a development pattern consistent with the community's vision. Policy 2.1.7. Allow new development only where adequate public services can be provided. Policy 2.1.10 Require properties to assume zoning consistent with the City's Future Land Use Plari, as adopted or as amended where appropriate. RECENED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLaNitel DIV. Goal 2.3 Residential Uses. Preserve and erihance the quality, character and function ofYakima's residential neighborhoods. Policy 2.3.1. Provide for a wide variety of housing types within the City to meet the ful range of housing needs for Yakima's evolving population. G. Senior and assis ed housing., Encourage these housing types in the R-2 and R-3 zones and commercial/mixed-use zones. Design standards should emphasize pedestrian -oriented design, facade articulation, and usable open space. Policy 2.3.2. Preserve and enhance established residential neighborhoods. Specifically: A. Ensure that new development is compatible in scale, style, density and aesthetic quality to an established neighborhood. B. Protect the character of single family neighborhoods by focusing higher intensity land uses close to commercial and community services and transft. E. Carefully review proposed land use designation changes to more intensive residential designations, mixed use or industrial. Proposals should conform to locational criteria set forth for the desired designation in the applicable policies under Goal 2.2. 'm Is the site physically suited for the proposed designation? � Is the desired zone one of the implementing zones of the land use designation (per applicable policies under Goal 2.2)? � Avoid spot zones or similar changes that may create instability with the surrounding neighborhood. Policy 2.3'6` Allow some compatible nonresidential uses in residential zones, such as appropriately scaled schools, churches, parks and other public / community facilities, home occupations, day care centers, and other uses that provide places for people to gather. Maintain standards in the zoning code for Iocating and designing these uses in a manner that respects the character and scale of the neighborhood. Goal 2.5. Arterial corridors and other mixed-use centers. Enhance the character, function and economic vitality of Yakima's arterial corridors and mixed-use centers. Policy 2.5.1. Allow for a mixture of compatible land uses along corridors and within mixed-use designated areas. This includes the integration of multi- family residential and office uses with retail and service commercial zones. Provide zoning and design standards to maintain compatibility between different uses and zones. FIECEIVED OCT 2 0 20W 71 C. Update zoning and design provisions to promote compatibility CITY OF YAKIMA between different uses and zones. Examples include building PLANNING DIV, setbacks, building massing, landscaping buffers, fencing, service element location and design provisions, and vehicular parking and access provisions. Landscape buffers are particularly important elements that can effectively mitigate impacts of commercial uses on adjacent residential uses. Commercial development adjacent to Low Density Residential designated areas warrant the greatest compatibility design protections. The proposed zone change would not be illegal spot zoning as specified in Policy 2.3.2.E because it is not totally different and inconsistent with the classification of the surrounding land and it is in accordance with the comprehensive plan. C. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, stormwater drainage, schools, fire and police services, and other public services and infrastructure existing on and around the subject property? The site is accessed from W. Washington Avenue, a four -lane minor arterial street with sufficient traffic capacity according to the comprehensive plan. Sewer and water service is already being provided to the buildings and with the reduction in full time residents, there should not be a significant increase in demand. Stormwater drainage is being provided on the site using an existing system of catch basins and drainage trenches. The proposed use does not increase the demand for schools. Police and emergency service need should be no greater than it is for the existing use. Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? If not, what mitigating measures are going to be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? The most intensive allowable land use in the R-3 zone that would be possible on this small of a site would probably be multiple family residential. The same use could also be permitted under existing R-2 zoning through Type 2 review. In either zone, density and the overall size of such development would be limited by the area of the site, building height, lot coverage, parking requirements and area needed for required sitescreening. Because of the size of the site, these limitations should keep such a development, if it were to be proposed, small in scale and likely within existing public facility capacities of this site. The requirement for traffic concurrency would also limit it to that which would be within existing traffic capacity. The applicant does not plan to develop multiple family residential at this site. D. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighborhood uses? Surrounding land uses consist of Ridgeview Elementary School, vacant land across Washington Avenue to the south, and one single family residence to the east. The proposed clinics are similar in character in many ways to the existing group home on the site, in part because they will occupy the same buildings. They are compatible in scale and type with the school, a non- residential land use. Frontage on Washington Avenue, a four lane street, is better suited for non- residential or higher -density residential development. Potential conflicts would be the additional DOC. INDEX parking being provided with the single-family residence to the east and potential land use conflicts with industrial use of property to the east. What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as sitescreening, buffering, building design, open space, traffic flow alteration, RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 Gill( OF YAKIMA etc? Sitescreening and landscaping meeting and/or exceeding City development code standards that include the following: a. Minimum of sitescreening Standard A (10' wide landscape strip) on the east property line contiguous to the single family residential property to the east. A continuous screen of full grown arborvitae (Standard B) and a view obscuring fence (Standard C) are also on this property line. b. Evergreen hedge at least 6 feet in height (full grown arborvitae in most locations) along parking areas where contiguous to adjacent property in a residential zone (on parts of the north, west and east property lines). c. Existing two foot high wall in the required front yard (20 feet from the right-of-way) along Washington Avenue (YMC 15.06.030(D)). New parking spaces on the west end of the site are set back 20 feet from the street and would not be subject to this requirement. This area will remain in lawn or landscaping. d. Six foot high view obscuring fence in combination with evergreen hedge at least 6 feet in height (full grown arborvitae) along the property line where it is contiguous to the industrial use to the east. E. What is the public need for the proposed change? The proposed zoning change is not a substantial change from existing zoning because most of the permitted land uses are the same. As such, it continues to provide for the public need of the existing zoning. The proposed R-3 zoning implements the Mixed Residential future land use designation of the comprehensive plan. That designation was established with the adoption of the current comprehensive plan in 2017 and should be considered a change of circumstances from when the R-2 zoning was first established in this location. While R-3 zoning was considered to implement the previous plan designation of Medium Density Residential, it was not fully consistent with it because the prescribed densities were less. That is not the case of the new Mixed Residential designation. Type 3 Review Criteria A. Fully describe the proposed development, including number of dwelling units and parking spaces. If the proposal is for a business, describe hours of operation, days per week and all other relevant information related to the business. Convert two of the three existing buildings being used as a group home to two separate medical clinics. The third building will continue to be used as a 12 -bed group home. The two buildings DOC. INDEX 73 total 5,400 square feet requiring, along with the 12 -bed group home, a total of 33 parking spaces. Additional parking is to be provided to meet this standard. Expected hours of operation of the medical clinics is to be normal daytime business hours, five days a week. The group home, of course, will continue to operate on a 24 hour, seven day per week basis. B. How is the proposal compatible to neighboring properties? The proposed use represents little change to what is currently existing on the property. The primary difference being the additional parking that is being required. The site is surrounded on two sides by a school, with which the proposed and existing use are substantially compatible. The site fronts on Washington Avenue, a 4 -lane arterial and is better suited from a compatibility standpoint to that location than residential use. Across Washington Avenue, is vacant property enclosed by a six or more foot high solid fence that appears to be intended for future expansion of a residential condominium complex located further to the west. Orientation and layout of the buildings and private drives within that development, along with the fence, suggest that the development is to be oriented away from the arterial street. For these reasons, along with the arterial that separates them, there should be no compatibility issues from the proposed development on that property. The primary compatibility concerns would be with the single- family residence and industrial building and storage yard to the east. C. What mitigation measures are proposed to promote compatibility? Existing sitescreening, including sitescreening standard A and higher on the east property line next to the single-family residence and industrial property and parking lot sitescreening as required in R-3 zoning. New parking lot expansion is taking place on the west side of the site, opposite from the neighboring residence and will be outside of the required front yard setback. Sitescreening, in the form of an arborvitae screen is existing along most of the property line common with the school, although it is not currently required by code. D. How is your proposal consistent with the current zoning of your property? The purpose of the R-3 zoning district is to establish and preserve high-density residential neighborhoods by excluding activities not compatible with residential uses; locate high-density residential development in areas receiving the full range of urban services and near neighboring shopping facilities; and locate high-density residential development so that traffic it generates does not pass through lower -density residential areas. The district contains a variety of attached or clustered multiple -family dwellings (YMC 15.03.020(D)). Although the intent statement does not specifically reference the proposed medical clinics, they are permitted uses under YMC 15.04 subject to Type 3 Review. They are compatible with surrounding residential uses with the measures being described and given the type and character of this site and surrounding land uses. The site is receiving a full range of urban services. There is shopping nearby and traffic generated by the proposed use will exit directly on to an arterial street without passing through lower -density residential areas. RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANOC, DIV 74 E. How is your proposal consistent with uses and zoning of neighboring properties? It is consistent with surrounding land use that consists primarily of a school, which is a non- residential use with no compatibility issues. Sitescreening being provided next to the one single- family dwelling and industrial development to the east. F. How is your proposal in the best interest of the community? Existing, proposed and potential uses of the site: group home, medical clinics and other residential land uses permitted in the R-3 zone are community services that benefit the community, are in demand and needed. Legal Description of Property Plat of Section 36, T. 13 N., R. 18 E.W.M: East 75 feet of West 358.7 feet of South 225 feet of Block 31 and South 247.5 feet of Block 31 EXCEPT East 150 feet and EXCEPT West 358.7 feet and EXCEPT South County road right-of-way. RECEIVED OCT 2 0 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV 75 SITE PLAN INSTRUCTIONS In Order For Application To Be Determined Complete, A Site Plan Must Be Completed And Submitted. A Detailed Site Plan Is Required: On August 6, 1996, the City Council passed a resolution (No. R-96-91) adopting a requirement that all site plans submitted with any City of Yakima building permit application, land use application, and environmental application must contain the following information listed below and be acceptable by the appropriate division manager. All information that is applicable to your proposal shall be checked off and clearly displayed on the site plan. It is in the applicant's best interest to provide a carefully drawn and scaled site plan with all the required information. The decision on whether or not to grant approval of your development proposal is largely based on the information you provide. An application cannot be processed until an adequate site plan is submitted. Note: You may benefit from the aid of a professional in the preparation of a site plan. 1) Use Ink: Use blue or black permanent ink. It may be helpful to draft the site plan in pencil then trace over in ink. Ink is necessary for adequate duplication. Computer drafted site plans are acceptable. 2) Size of Paper: The site plan shall he legibly drawn in ink on paper of sufficient size to contain the required information, but not less than 8.5" X 11" for Type (1) Review and 11" X 17" for Type (2) and Type (3) Reviews. 3) Use A Straight Edge: All lines must be straight and done with the aid of a ruler or other straight edge. Use a compass when delineating circular drawings such as cul-de-sacs. 4) Drawn to Seale: All site plans shall be drawn to a standard engineering scale and indicated on the site plan. The scale selected shall best fit the paper. The recommended scale shall be: 1"=20'. For example, if the distance from a structure to a property line is 20 feet, then the distance on the site plan will be 1 inch. 5) Use Site Plan Checklist: Use the site plan checklist and provide all applicable information on the site plan. 6) Fill In Information On The Site Plan Template Available At The City Of Yakima Or Attach The Enformation Below To Your Site Plan: Complete all information requested on the bottom of the site plan template. If you use a different medium, provide the requested information on the alternative paper. DETAILED SITE PLAN CHECKLIST Please complete this checklist and include it with your site plan. The site plan must contain all pertinent information. Items not applicable to the proposed project shall be noted. Check all boxes as: Included or - Not Applicable Natne, address, phone number, and signature of the owner or person. responsible for the property. Site address, parcel number(s), and zoning designation Property boundaries and dimensions Names and dimensions of all existing streets bounding or touching the site Dimensions, location and use of prtaposeci and IitEing structures Structure setbacks North Arrow Lot coverage with calculations shown on site plan. (YMC § Ch. 15.05.020(C)) Location and size of any easements Location and type of existing and proposed landscaping Mcluding landscaping within the public nght-of-way Location and size of existing and proposed side sewer and water service lines Ago cA*gjoT 1 t‘iigh? Adjacent land uses and zoning designations Location and size of all parking spaces with the parking calculations shown on the site plan Vision clearance triangles at street intersections and at driveways. Clearview Triangle — YMC § 15.05.040 pit nt Location and dimensions of proprased or existing driveway appioaches. COINED Curb cuts intersecting with streets 66' Location and size of new or existing Itaadirig spaces and docks Location and size of proposed or existing signs (Yale §-Ch. 15.08) Location, type, and description of required sitescrecriing (YMC Location arid size of recitiired site drainage facilities including on-site retention. j'ee Hat 1.0'44 1„ocation, size and surfacing of refuse container area Location and size of existing or proitoscd pttblic sidewalks that are within 200 -feet of the subject property. Proposed improvements located within the public right -a -way. Calculation of land use dertsity Note: Planning Division or Reviewing Official may require additional information to clarify the proposal, assess its impacts, or determine compliance with the Yakima Municipal Code and other laws and regulations. Revised 03/2017 24 201? ow YAKIMA 76 liViNk COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 111411.1‘. Parming Planning Division .:tTY Y.“ Receipt Number: CR -17-006477 129 N 2nd Si. (2nd floor) Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 575-6183 / tvwtv,buildingyakinia.coni Payer/Payee: LARRY & DIEP T MILLER PO BOX 2264 YAKIMA WA 98907 Cashier: ANALILIA MARTINEZ Payment Type: CREDIT CARD Date: 10/20/2017 CL3#010-17 PLANNING - CLASS 3 REVIEW 513 W WASHINGTON AVE Fee Description Class 3 Review CL3#010-17 TOTALS: Fee Amount Amount Paid $1,635.00 $1,635.00 Fee Balance $0.00 $1,635.00 $1,635.00 $0.00 SEPA#030-17 PLANNING - SEPA ENVIRONMENTAL 513 W WASHINGTON AVE REVIEW Fee Description SEPA Environmental Review SEPA#030-17 TOTALS: TOTAL PAID: Fee Amount Amount Paid $265.00 $265.00 Fee Balance $0.00 $265.00 $265.00 $0.00 Transaction Summary Trans Code BARS # 001 8952217 001.8952217 001 8954503 001.8954503 Amount Due $265.00 $1,635.00 $1,900.00 Printed 10/23/2017 12:27:00 by Lisa Maxey $1,900.00 Doc. INDEX Page 1 of 1 DIEP MILLER RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER G Notices G-1 Notice of Complete Application 77 11/03/2017 G-2 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 11/09/2017 G- G -4 Notice of Application, Environmental Review & Public Hearing G -3a: Legal Notice G -3b: Postcard Notice G -3c: Press Release and Distribution Email G -3d: Parties and Agencies Notified G -3e: Affidavit of Mailing Revised Legal Notice 1/08/2017 11/10/2017 G-5 G-6 Notice of Determination of Non -Significance G -5a: Parties and Agencies Notified G -5b: Affidavit of Mailing, HE Agenda and Packet Distribution List 11/29/2017 01/04/2018 G-7 HE Agenda & Sign -In Sheet 01/11/2018 G-8 G-9 Notice of Hearing Examiner's Recommendation & Decision (see DOC INDEX#AA-1 for FIE Recommendation/Decision) G -8a: Parties and Agencies Notified G -8b: Affidavit of Mailing Agenda Statement: Set Date of City Council Public Hearing 01/30/2018 03/20/2018 G-10 Letter of Transmittal to City Clerk: City Council Hearing 03/21/2018 (Mailing Labels, Vicinity Map, Site Plan 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 DIEP MILLER (RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17) 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: 18133641512 EHLERS EYE CARE LLC 3403 POWERHOUSE RD YAKIMA 98902 18133641038 JOMAKA LLC PO BOX 11283 YAKIMA 98909 18133641532 C HOTEL HOLD 71498 VUE 98004�� 18133614439 JBS MILLWORK INC 401 W WASHINGTON AVE YAKIMA 98903 18133641530 PACIFIC HOTEL HOLDINGS LLC 714 98TH AVE NE BELLEVUE 98004 1 ;.33614441 79 JBS IV1`` ORK INC 401 W WA5 YAK ELLEVUE 98004 18133641550 PACT `:~�� •TEL HOLDINGS 714 98Tw LLEVUE 98004 C 18133641551 CIFIC HOTEL HOLDIN' 7 18133641552 *w •...,[CHOTEL HOLDING. 714 98TH E98004` 18133641553 .tk C_HOTEL HOLD 714 •' `E ELLEVUE 98004 18133641554 FIC HOTEL HOLDING 714 9`'„.., 18133641555 PA.`... �t H 714 98TH A . n E 98004 18133641556 PAC `:,. OTEL HOLDINGS 714 98TH VUE 98004 18133641037 WILSON REAL ESTATE XI LLC 541 POMONA HTS RD YAKIMA 98901 18133614034 YAKIMA SCHOOL #7 104 N 4TH AVE YAKIMA 98902 18133641591 ALMA ROJAS 8904 W YAKIMA AVE YAKIMA 98908 18133641511 BARBARA J WALSH 1911 CORNELL AVE YAKIMA 98903 18133641528 DORAYNE HUTCHINS 1915 ROYAL PALM AVE UNION GAP 98903 18133641529 FRANCISCO J & MARIA FARIAS 1907 ROYAL PALM AVE UNION GAP 98903 18133614019 GERARDO H & OLIVIA 0 MENDOZA 1508 PLEASANT AVE YAKIMA 98902 18133641514 JASMINE SILVA 1910 ROYAL PALM AVE UNIT 14 UNION GAP 98903 18133641557 JOSE CAMACHO 519 ST THOMAS ST UNION GAP 98903 18133641036 x".:._.,.EVES 18133641032 MARK A & KIM R REEVES 412 W WASHINGTON AVE YAKIMA 98903 18133614018 MAURO & MARIA BARRERA 503 W WASHINGTON AVE YAKIMA 98903 18133614405 NEIL C BUREN 5801 ENGLEWOOD AVE YAKIMA 98908 18133614410 NEL` - UREN' 5 • rr? YAKIMA 98908 DOC. 18133614434 N :UREN 5801 ENG 18133641513 RANDY MICHAEL KORGEL 1908 ROYAL PALM AVE # 13 UNION GAP 98903 18133641589 RYAN P & MARIA G POAGE 521 ST THOMAS ST #89 UNION GAP 98903 18133614435 NEIL EN 5801 EN.„ L.;,E.Ot: • YAK O8 RENEE MCGUIRE 523 ST THOMAS ST YAKIMA 98903 18133641592 PAUL KAUZLARICH 6930 S NACHES RD NACHES 98937 80 18133641515 ROBIN K KELIIHANANUI 1912 ROYAL PALM UNION GAP 98903 37 Total Parcels - Diep Miller - RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 Nok-tce_cf Como \I\Lavivi (101. 3//3 81 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carolyn.Belles@yakimawa.gov Glenn Denman Code Administration GlennDenman akimawmgov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.Caruso yakamawagov , Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration . Sui. mDebussehere • yaktmawogov Joan Davenport Community Development JoanDavenport@gtakimawa.gov Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.RicIdle@,,yakimawmgov Mike Shane Engineering Mike.Shane@yakirnawa.gov Pat Reid Fire Dept Pat.Reidgyakimawa.gov Jeff Cutter Legal Dept Jeff:Gutter yakitnawagov Sara Watkins Legal Dept Sara.Watkinsayakimawa.gov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie.Matthews(&,yakimawagov Joseph Calhoun Planning Division . JosepnCalboun@yaktmawa.gov Chief Rizzi Police Department DominacRizzeikalttraawa.gov Scott Schafer Public Works Dept Scott.Sehafer® yakimawagov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Division Loretta.Z. triarchiavakirnawmgov Randy Layman Refuse Division Randy,LaymanAyakimawa.gov _ Naeem Kara Transit Division Naeern.Kara aklmawa.gov James Dean Utilities J. es.Dean@yaki .wamov Dana Kallevig Wastewater . Dene.Kallest et ahlmewe.stes Randy Meloy Wastewater Ranciy.Melov@yakirnawa.gov For the Record/File Binder Copy Revised 03/2018 Type o f Notice: NkC O.PCUiCi 1 ir/c File Number(s): P7_ CDC) Date of Mai. g: 71 cat/lac- DOC. INDEX 82 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 8:31 AM To: Claar Tee, Sonya Subject: Mailing Labels for Council Hearing Notice - Diep Miller RZ#004-17 Good morning 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: durantdevelopment@charter net Thank you! Lisa M ey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 - Ltqa.P_dgxesayahjrnaNa.,goy, 129 N 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901 88,8 ZOO 8 18%t DOC. INDEX Apple Creek Health Care Center 513 W. Washington Ave 181336-14039 Zoning: Existing - R-2, Proposed - R-3 Diep Miller -- 513 W. Washington Avenue Ridgeview Elementary School Zoned: R-2 u c I c LJ ro 15' 6' slatted fence 83 Ridgeview Elementary School Zoned: R-2 15' 6slatted chain link fence sj PrOP0 ed Parki 9 Group Home Clinic (proposed) 10' Landscaping ar ina. RECEIVED OCT 2 4 2017 CITY QF YAKIMA PLAWAt DIV Industrial Building & Storage Area 11' Zoned: M-1 10' u c QJ c Single -Family 5 Residence -a 0.1 Zoned: R-2 22' 19' r /11 P posed Pakipg Landscaping 20' 2'54 'r Lot Coverage Buildings & Canopy 12,808 sq. ft. 0.29 acre Existing Parking, Walkways & Pavement 23,260 sq. ft 0.53 acre New Parking 2,886 sq. ft 0.06 acre Vacant Land across TOTAL 0.88 acre Washington Avenue Zoned: R-4 (Union Gap) Improved Vision Triangles W. Washington Avenue 0.88 / 1,15 = 77% Improved Vision Triangles Parking Group Home: 12 beds -- 1 space/2 beds = 6 spaces Clinics: 5,400 sq. ft -- 1 space / 200 sq ft = 27 spaces Total Parking 33 spaces 50' Scale 1" = 50' All Land Uses and Improvements are existing unless marked "proposed" DOC. VICINITY MAP File Number: Project Name: Site Address: RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 DIEP MILLER 513 W WASHINGTON AVE 84 7/■ ■%%' P lanning • • r3ard.na.r F'.3'rk Ridgeview µ; Elementary -- I SITE WiW vow Q;1= ❑ ❑ 00 El s .,unr Thin�_'Sj i❑ Proposal: Proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. 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: 10/24/2017 SOC. INDEX 3/21/2018 Coversheet ITEM TITLE: SUBMITTED BY: BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT 85 Item No. 6.C. For Meeting of: March 20, 2018 Set April 3, 2018, as the date for a closed record public hearing to consider the Hearing Examiner's recommendation regarding a rezone for one parcel at 513 W Washington Ave Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Trevor Martin, Associate Planner (509) 575-6162 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Diep Miller submitted a rezone application on October 20, 2017 for a proposal to rezone one parcel from Two -Family Residential (R- 2) to Multi -Family (R-3) for property located at 513 West Washington Avenue. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Set date. BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description StlePlan VicMap Diep RZ Upload Date 3/12/2018 Type Backup Material https://yakima.novusagenda.com/agendaintranet/CoverSheetaspx?ItemID=56958,MeetingID=584 1/1 86 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 Diep Miller 513 W Washington Ave 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 Decision/Recommendation. A true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant and parties of record; 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 30th day of January, 2018. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Planning Specialist 18133641512 EHLERS EYE CARE LLC 3403 POWERHOUSE RD YAKIMA 98902 18133641038 JOMAKA LLC PO BOX 11283 YAKIMA 98909 18133614439 JBS MILLWORK INC 401 W WASHINGTON AVE YAKIMA 98903 3614441 87 ORK INC 18133641532 C HOTEL HOLD 18133641530 PACIFIC HOTEL HOLDINGS LLC 714 98TH AVE NE BELLEVUE 98004 18133641549 PA 714 98TH AV E 98004 133641531 OTEL HOLD ELLEVUE 98004 18133641550 PACTELHOLDINGS LLC 714 98 LEVUE 98004 18133641551 CIFIC HOTEL HOLDIN 18133641552 18133641553 C HOTEL HOLD ELLEVUE 98004 18133641554 IFIC HOTEL HOLDIN UE 98004 18133641555 PA LHOLDIN 714 98TH 1556> OTEL HOLDINGS 18133641037 WILSON REAL ESTATE XI LLC 541 POMONA HTS RD YAKIMA 98901 18133614034 YAKIMA SCHOOL #7 104 N 4TH AVE YAKIMA 98902 18133641511 BARBARA J WALSH 1911 CORNELL AVE YAKIMA 98903 18133641528 DORAYNE HUTCHINS 1915 ROYAL PALM AVE UNION GAP 98903 VUE 98004 18133641591 ALMA ROJAS 8904 W YAKIMA AVE YAKIMA 98908 18133641529 FRANCISCO J & MARIA FARIAS 1907 ROYAL PALM AVE UNION GAP 98903 18133614019 GERARDO H & OLIVIA 0 MENDOZA 1508 PLEASANT AVE YAKIMA 98902 18133641514 JASMINE SILVA 1910 ROYAL PALM AVE UNIT 14 UNION GAP 98903 18133641036 EVES 18133614018 MAURO & MARIA BARRERA 503 W WASHINGTON AVE YAKIMA 98903 18133614405 NEIL C BUREN 5801 ENGLEWOOD AVE YAKIMA 98908 18133641557 JOSE CAMACHO 519 ST THOMAS ST UNION GAP 98903 18133641032 MARK A & KIM R REEVES 412 W WASHINGTON AVE YAKIMA 98903 18133614410 NEI �,'UREN' 58 YAKIMA 989 OC. 18133614434 N UREN 5801 ENG - ** - 18133614435 NEIL *EN 5801 ENGLE YAKI 18133641592 PAUL KAUZLARICH 6930 S NACHES RD NACHES 98937 88 18133641513 RANDY MICHAEL KORGEL 1908 ROYAL PALM AVE # 13 UNION GAP 98903 18133641589 RYAN P & MARIA G POAGE 521 ST THOMAS ST #89 UNION GAP 98903 18133641590 RENEE MCGUIRE 523 ST THOMAS ST YAKIMA 98903 37 Total Parcels - Diep Miller - RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 NYtc., Of- Ile- ffechegisiort- 4-11 CC3#010-17 1-36e/4 18133641515 ROBIN K KELIIHANANUI 1912 ROYAL PALM UNION GAP 98903 .firant DvJopfn PaSti 1fl3 VaUrne 89 Applicant and Parties of Record Notified for NOTIFICATION OF H.E.DECISION/RECOMMENDATION dated January 30, 2018. Project: Diep Miller File: Address: RZ#004-17 CL3#010-17 & SEPA#0304 7 513 W Washington Ave Diep Miller 513 W Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Certified Mail: 7008 1300 0000 4837 4922 Durant Development Services PO Box 1723 Yakima, WA 98907 durantdevero men i charter net In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carolyn.Belles@yakimawa.gov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn,I)e an(Myakirnawaspov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.Caruso akimawa. iov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.Debusscheregyakimawa.gov Joan Davenport Comrnunity DevelopmentJoan.Daveriport@yakimawsgov lDan Riddle EngineeringDail . Riddie@yakimawa.gov • -, Mike Shane Engineering Mike.Shane akirnawai ov Mark Soptich Fire Dept Mark.Soptich@yakimawa,gov Jeff Cutter Legal Dept ,, Jeff Cutter@yakimawa.kov Sara Watkins Legal .)epi . . Sara.Watkins ,yakintawa.gov. Archie Matthews ()NDS Archie.Matthews a akimawn.inv Joseph Calhoun Planning Division Joseph.Calhoun@yakunawmgov Chief Rizzi Police Department Dominle.Rikki@yakiinawa.gov Scott Schafer Public Works Dept Stott Schafer „yakimawa.gov . Loretta Zammarchi Refiise Division Loretta.Z. . ehi@yakintawa.gov Randy Layman Refuse Division Rand la man akimawa, ov Naeem Kara Transit Division Naeerinikara yakiinawa.gov James Dean Utilities James.Deanayakimawa.ggy Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana.Kallevikt.yakimawa.gov Randy Meloy Wastewater Randy.Meloy(Myakirtawa.gov For the Record/File Binder Copy Revised 04/2017 ENDER: CC)tviPt.i-Fi'.(1- • Oomph r items 1 2, and 3. F .* item 4 if Restricted Delivery is desireca , • Print your name arid add r ss on the i•i ,itse sdthat we can return the aerate you. O Attach this card to tad Mack a the maliplece, or on the front if spade -perrnis. 1. Article Addressed to: Diep Miller 513 W Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98902 90 si!CoolvIsederelidotlISSirjeuellli0NidAkgdynyelgioleselli11.1111.1111:1,,, A. Signet 0 Agent o Addressee D. Is delivery address different from item 1? 0 Yes If YES, enter delivery address below: 0 No rY 3. Service Type 4Yeertlfled Mall 0 Registered 0 Insured Mail 0 Express Mall iSKgetum Receipt for Merchandise 0 C.O.D. 4. Restricted Delivery? (Extra Fee) 0 Yes 2. Article Number 7008 1300 0000 4837 4922 (Transfer from service label) PS Form 3811, umy 2004 Domestic Return Receipt ru rU rrn - RV delivery information visit our webstte at VAtiAiSull' %ewe* Postage Certified Fee Return Receipt Fee (Endorsement Required) Restiiitled Delivery Fee (Endorsement Required) Total Postage 8 Diep Miller este 'es 513 W Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98902 or PO Box Ala Postmark Here 102595-02-M-1540 91 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2018 10:58 AM To: BeHes, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Caruso, Joe; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Desgrosellier, Bob; Ibarra, Rosalinda; KaUevig' Dana; Kara, Naeem; Layman, Randy; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; Meloy, Randy; Ridd|e, Dan; Rizzi, Dominic; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Soptich, Mark; Watkins, Sara; Zammarchi, Loretta Cc: Martin, Trevor Subject: Notice of Hearing Examine/'s Recommendation/Decision Diep Miller RZ#004'17' CL3 #010'17 & SEPA#030-17 Attachments: NOTICE OF HE DECISION & RECOMMENDATION_Diep Miller RZ CL3 SEPA.PDF Attached is a Notice of Hei Examiner's Re/Decision reg 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.martinAy. mawa.gov. Thank you! Lisa M ey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 — Lisa.Majcpy ..akimawa.gqv 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 1 DOC. p aciThorwrisi DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Planning Division Joan Davenport, AICP, Director 129 North Second Street, 2" Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planninggyakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning NOTIFICATION OF HEARING E MINER'S DECISION/RECOMMENDATION TO THE CITY COUNCIL January 30, 2018 92 On January 25, 2018, the City of Yakima Hearing Examiner rendered his recommendation on RZ#004-17 and decision on CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17. The applications submitted by Diep Miller are a proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. A copy of the Hearing Examiner's Findings and Recommendation/Decision is enclosed. The Hearing Examiner's Recommendation on the rezone request 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. Any part of the Hearing Examiner's decision on CL3#010-17 may be appealed to the Yakima City Council. Appeals shall be filed within fourteen (14) days following the date of mailing of this notice and shall be in writing on forms provided by the Planning Division. The appeal fee of $340 must accompany the appeal application. 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: January 30, 2018 Enclosures: Hearing Examiner's Recommendation/Decision DOC. IND • Yakima 2015 1994 11\\ Diann i=ig SIGN -IN SHEET City of Yakima HEARING EXAMINER City Hall Council Chambers Thursday January 11, 2018 Beginning at 9:00 a.m. Public Hearin s ■1�� 1%►\X Panning A. B. C. CL3#011-17 THOMAS LALLY RZ#004-17 DIEP MILLER CL3#010-17 SEPA#030-17 INT#001-17 ERMELINDO ESCOBEDO/ MARTHA RAMIREZ 1506 S 36TH AVE 513 W WASHINGTON AVE 305 W LINCOLN AVE PLEASE WRITE LEGIBLY Page 1 01/11/2018 HE 94 N A IS.%%. rt. ciri (..>f YAKIMA an ning 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 11, 2018 Yakima City Hall Council Chambers Beginning at 9:00 a.m. L CALL TO 0 ER II. INTRODUCTION III. PUBLIC HEARINGS 1 A. THOMAS LALLY (10/31/2017) CL3#011-17 Planner: Trevor Martin Address: 1506 S 361h Ave Request: Proposal to operate an animal grooming business in an existing building in the M-1 zoning district. B. DIEP MILLER (10/20/2017) RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 Planner: Trevor Martin Address: 513 W Washington Ave Request: Proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. C. ERMELINDO ESCOBEDO / MARTHA RAMIREZ (11/14/2017) INT#001-17 Planner: Eric Crowell Address: 305 W Lincoln Ave Request: Unclassified use interpretation for a proposal to establish H2 -A Temporary Worker Housing in an existing building in the M-1 zoning district. 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. YAkim a Hearing Examiner AGENDA ONLY Distribution List 07/20/2017 Phil Lamb 311 North 3rd Street Yakima, WA 98901 KIT-KATS Radio 4010 Summitview, Suite 200 Yakima, WA 98908 95 All ¥PAC rand LX441era akar awd OV m Ike, brown yakimawdgov boon ie.lozano akiranwardaw ohn .faniin yak inlawa.go v 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 domin rraii yakimawd 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.stewarnb) akimawd:oy 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 driaartee akirnwa.lov 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 CliffrnooreAyalcirnawa.gov Call *rice bicimawa ov Yakima School Dist. #7 Superintendent 104 North 4`h Street Yakima, WA 98902 VIVA P.O. Box 511 Toppenish, WA 98948 Jeff Cutter City Attorney Jeff.curte nikiinawddov Radio KDNA P.O. Box 800 Granger, WA 98932 Patrick D. Spurgin 411 N. 2nd St. Yakima, WA 98901 KAPP TV Attn: Newsroom PO Box 1749 Yakima, WA 98907-1749 Gary Cuillier 314 N. 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Reed C. Pell 31 Chicago Avenue #4 Yakima, WA 98902 reed@reedepelLnet Business Times Bruce Smith P.O. Box 2052 Yakima, WA 98907 Yakima Valley C.O.G. 311 N. 4th Street #204 Yakima, WA 98901 Maud Scott 307 Union Street Yakima, WA 98901 DOC. 1NDEx Hearing Examiner Packet AGENDA, STAFF REPORT, SITE PLAN AND MAPS......... 01/05/2017 Archie Matthews ONDS Archie ma tthews@ akimawa,gov Sara VV atkins City Legal Department Sardwat kins@va kanawa „goy Joan Davenport Community Development (mn.da van ort@ akimawa, qv Yakima County Planning County Courthouse jeffersortspence eXya kima.wa. us Dana Kallevig Wastewater Division Da na ka nevi @yakimawa „goy Brett Sheffield Engineering Division rethsheffiel d a kimawa ov Yakima County Planning Public Services Vern Redder V errkredifer@co. ya kimdwa -Lts Yakima County Commissioners Co kussionrdwebaco. aktinawa ;us DON'T FORGET TO SEND Binder Copy ONE TO THE APPLICANT & PROPERTY 0 ER........... For the Record/File vo (arto, 010 04)Plifti- Vriert AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 ogt SEPA#030-17 Diep Miller 513 W Washington Ave 97 I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of DNS. A true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant and all parties of record, that are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on this 29th day of November, 2017. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. 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Box 48343 Olympia, WA 98504-8343 Sepa dah „wa.; ov Department of Commerce Growth Management Services P.O. Box 42525 Olympia, WA 98504-2525 reviewteam commerce.wa.:ov Department of Ecology Annie Szvetecz, SEPA Policy Lead P.O. Box 47703 Olympia, WA 98504-7703 separegister@orY.M.3-80Y Watinit ec wa,av oft white@eCYwa•gov Department of Ecology Gwen Clear, Regional Coordinator 1250 West Alder Street Union Gap, WA 98903 crosepacoordinator ec Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Eric„Bartrand dhi,w3 �v Scott.DownesParw.wa..gov Department of Fish and Wildlife SEPA Desk PO Box 43200 Olympia, WA 98504 SEPAdeskPdfw.wa.gpy Department of Health Kelly Cooper PO Box 47820 Olympia, WA 98504 Kelly.coopert9doh.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources SEPA Center PO Box 47015 Olympia, WA 98504 se acenter dnr.wa,gov Department of Social & Health Services Terri Sinclair -Olson Operations Support and Services Division P.O. Box 45848 Olympia, WA 98504 Terri,Sincjair-Orson dshs.wa.zov Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council -EFSEC Stephen Posner, SEPA Officer PO Box 43172 Olympia, WA 98504-3172 wosner@utc..wa.gov Engineering Division Bob Degrosellier and Brett Sheffield, City Engineer 129 N 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 dana,kallevi: akimawa.gov Nob Hill Water Association Bob Irving, Engineering Technician 6111 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98908 bob . nobhillwater.or: Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller 1400 Summitview Ave, Ste# 203 Yakima, WA 98902 Mart m2 orth,or: Wastewater Division Marc Cawley or Dana Kallevig 2220 East Viola Ave Yakima, WA 98901 marc.cawleyevakimawa Any daria.kaltew:• akimawa.: ov Parks & Recreation Commission Jessica Logan PO Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Jessica.logarigiparks.wa.gov West Valley School District Angela Watts, Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations 8902 Zier Road Yakima, WA 98908-9299 wattsatawvsO208,org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch i9ebeire19-1Eiveti* Project Manager 15 P.O. Box 3755 Seattle, WA 98124-3755 WSDOT Paul Gonseth, Planning Engineer 2809 Rudkin Road Union Gap, WA 98903 gonsetpPwsdot.gov WSDOT South Central Regionl Planning Office St.lannin: wsdot.wa.:ov WSDOT, Aviation Division Patrick Wright 7702 Terminal St SW Tumwater, WA 98501 WrightPwAstwva.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark, Environmental Coordinator P.O. Box 632 Toppenish, WA 98948 Rocco,clark • bra.;ov Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program Elizabeth Sanchey, Environmental Review Coordinator P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 esarichey@vakama.corri Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin 760 Pence Road Yakima, WA 98909 iLrlarviThaUkarn.O.SPrn Yakima Air Terminal Robert Peterson, Airport Asst Manager 2400 West Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 robert.Peterson@yaklmawa.gov Yakima County Commissioners Comm issioners wtbco atarna,wa,uS Yakima County Health District Ryan lbach, Director of Environmental Health 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr Ste#200 Union Gap, WA 98903 yhd@co.yakirna.wams an co. akima..wa.us Yakima County Public Services Lynn Deitrick, Planning Director 128 North 2nd Street, 4th Floor Yakima, WA 98901 lynn,Veitrick co.aki ra, a wau Yakima County Public Services Vern Redifer, Public Services Director 128 North 2nd Street, 4th Floor Yakima, WA 98901 yern.rectifertaco.y„akima,wa,us Yakima Greenway Foundation Kellie Connaughton, Executive Director 111 South 18th Street Yakima, WA 98901 kelliera akima:reenwa Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat, Engineering & Planning Supervisor 329 North 1st Street Yakima, WA 98901 hasan ort INDEX Yakima School District Scott Izutsu , Associate Superintendent 104 N 4'h Ave Yakima, WA 98902 izutsu,scott@ya krnaschools,pig Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Mike Shuttleworth, Planning Manager 311 North 4th Street, Ste# 202 Yakima, WA 98901 Mike,shuttleworth vco1 org 101 Yakima Valley Museum John A. Baule, Director 2105 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98902 Ryakirnavane ,Ttlseur,cmg Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kovalenko, District Manager 2812 1/2 Terrace Heights Dr. Yakima, WA 98901 keithkPwasteconnections,com 102 Century Link Manager 8 South 2nd AveRm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Charter Communications Kevn[hi|cnte lOUSNorth l6thAve Yakima, WA 98902 City of Union Gap Dennis Henne, Development Director P.O.Box 3OO8 Union Gap, WA 98903 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Environmental Protection Agency NEPA Review Unit 1200 6th Ave. MS 623 Seattle, VVA9O10l Federal Aviation Administration 2200 W. Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 Federal Aviation Administration, Seattle Airports District Office Cayla Morgan, Airport Planner 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, vvAynoss-4O56 Governor's Office of Indian Affairs POBox 409O9 Olympia, WA 98504 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 SoiI Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North 3rd Street Yakima, WA 98901 United States Postal Service Maintenance Deptartment 205 W Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 Yakama Indian Nation Johnson Meninick, Cultural Resource Program p.o.Box 1s1 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima VaIIey Canal Co Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima, WA 98908 Eastern Drinking Water Operations River View Corporate Center 16201 E Indiana AveSte# 1500 Spokane Valley, vvA992z6 Yakama Indian Nation Ruth Jim, Yakima Tribal Council P.O.Box lS1 Toppenish, WA 98948 YaWmaqletonIrrigation District Sandra Hull 470 Camp 4 Rd Yakima, WA 98908 Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent P.O.Box 632 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Dr. Jack Irion, Superintendent 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Cascade Natural Gas 8l13VVGmndhdgeBlvd Kennewick, WA 99336 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann BrulotteExecutive Assistant 10705-B Gilbert Road Yakima, WA 98903 and FORMS REVIEWING AGENCIES _updated 09.27.1 - Form List.docx Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: 103 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carol n.Belles 1 akimawa.gov Glenn Denman Code Administration Gienn.De an' akimawa. ov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.Caruso yakirnawa.gov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration SuzznneDebusschere sakirnawa.gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Davenport cyakimawagov Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.Riddiegyakimawa.gov Mike Shane Engineering Mike.Shaneyakimawa.gov Mark Soptich Fire Dept Mark..Soprinh(&yakimawa.gov Jeff Cutter Legal Dept Jeff.Crttteranyakitria ..gov Sara Watkins Legal Dept Sara.WatkinsPyakimawa.gov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie.Matthews „yakirnawa.gov Joseph Calhoun Planning Division Josegn.Calhoun@gyakimawagov Chief Rizzi Police Department Dorrirnre.Rizzi a aictinawa. ov Scott Schafer Public Works Dept Scott.Schafergyakimawa.gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Division Loretta.Zarnatarchi.vakimawagov Randy Layman Refuse Division Randy.Layrriark@yakitirawa.gov Naeem Kara Transit Division Naeem.Kara yakinrawa.gov James Dean Utilities J es.Dean@yakirnawa.gov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana.Kaalevig*yakirnawa.gov Randy Meloy astewater Randy.MeloyAyakimawa.gov For the Record/File Binder Copy Revised 04/2017 Type of Notice: File Number(s): 01341D 1N'0 ti Date of Mailing: 11 IRgir-r 104 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2017 2:30 PM To: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Caruso, Joe; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Desgrosellier, Bob; |barra' 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; Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brulotte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber of Commerce; Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce (CTED) Review Team; Department of Ecology; Department of Ecology - Lori White; Department of Ecology SEPA Register; Department of Ecology -CRO Coordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand; Department of Fish and Wildlife Scott Downes; Department of Natural Resources; Department of Social & Health Services; Dept. Archaeology & Historic Preservation SEPA Review; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council Stephen Posner; Nob Hill Water - Bob Irving; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing Marty Miller; Peterson, Robert; Scott lzutsu Yakima School District; US Army Corps of Engineers David Moore; WA State Parks & Recreation Commission; West VaIIey School District Angela Watts; WSDOT Paul Gonseth; WSDOT South Central Regional Planning Office; WSDOT Aviation Patrick Wright; Yakama Bureau of lndian Affairs Rocco Clark; YakanmaNationEnvinonmen1a|K4onagementPnrgnam'E|izabethSanchey;Yakama Klickitat Fisheries John Marvin; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Health District; Yakima County Health District Ryan |bach; Yakima County Planning Director Lynn Deitrick; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vern Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation Keilie Connaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Mike Shuttleworth; Yakima Valley Museum John A. Baule; Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kovalenko Cc: Martin, Trevor Subject: Notice of DNS DiepK4i/|er RZ#OO4'17'[L3#O10-17fkSEPA#83U-17 Attachments: NOTICE OF DNS DiepK4i||er RZ CL3 SEPA.PDF Attached is a Notice of Dof Non-ce (DNS) regarding the above -entitled project. If you havenny questions about this proposal please contact asTrevor Martin at (509) 575-6162 or email to: trevor.martinAvakimawa.gov. Thank you! Lisa M ey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 — Lika.Rax_evP akimawa.gov 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 Pi h 1 DOC. r% CITY OF YAKI A r arming DEP, _FMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELA ;v1ENT 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 WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON November 29, 2017 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Proposal to change the zoning of a 1.15 acre parcel from Two - Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical facilities. LOCATION: 513 W Washington Ave. PARCEL NUMBER: 181336-14039 PROPONENT: Diep Miller PROPERTY OWNER: Diep Miller LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBERS: RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17, and SEPA #030-17 105 DETERMINATION: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public on request. This DNS is issued after using the optional DNS process in WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period on the DNS. Responsible Official: Position/Title Phone Address: Joan Davenport EPA Responsible Official (509) 575-6183 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 9690 Date: November 29, 2017 Signature You may appeal this determination to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Director of Community Development, at 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. No later than: December 13, 2017. By method: Complete aPPeal application fora and pavmont of $580.00 appeal fee. You should be prepared to make specific factual objections. Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division to read or ask about the procedures for SEPA appeals. DOC. INDEX Yakima 2015 1994 106 A daily part of your life Ad Proof yakima-herald.com This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: 11/08/17 Account #: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA,AP Address: 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 98901-2720 Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Fax: Account Rep: Phone # Email: Simon Sizer (509) 577-7740 ssizer(n)yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 774408 Start: 11/10/17 Stop: 11/10/17 Total Cost: $270.10 Lines: 148.0 # of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 11/10/17 DOC. INDE3( `-x 107 REVISED CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: 11/10/2017; TO: SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners; FROM: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director; SUBJECT: Notice of Application, SEPA, and Public Hearing for a Rezone and Class (3) Review to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics; NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS Location: 513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902; Applicant: Diep Miller (513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902); Date of Application: 10/20/2017; Date of Completeness: 11/3/2017; File Number(s): CL3#010-17, RZ#004-17, and SEPA#030-17; Tax Parcel Number(s): 181336-14039; PROJECT DESCRIP- TION This is a proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residen- tial (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics; NOTICE OF ENVIRONMEN- TAL REVIEW: This is to notify agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Division, has been established as the lead agency, pur- suant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) under WAC § 197-11-926 for the review of this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination of Non -significance (DNS) for this project, utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC § 197-11-355. The proposal may include mitiga- tion measures under applicable codes and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regard- less of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination may be obtained by request and may be appealed pursuant to YMC § 6.88.170; Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal permits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: Building Permit, Demolition Permit; Required Studies: N/A; Existing Environmental Documents: None; Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: the State Environmental Policy Act, the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 12—Develop- ment Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan; Request for Written Comments: Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the pro- posed project and its probable environmental impacts. There is a 20 -day comment period for this review. This may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5:00 p.m. on November 28, 2017, will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination on this application; 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 11, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m., or soon thereafter, 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. Following the public hearing, the Hearing Examiner will issue a decision and recommendation within ten (10) business days; NOTICE OF DECISION/RECOMMENDATION; A copy of the Hearing Exam- iner's decision and recommendation will be mailed to parties of record once is it rendered. Please send any written comments for the above described project to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director, City of Yakima, Depart- ment of Community Development, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Please reference the applicant's name or file number(s) in your correspondence: (Mi//er CL3#010-17, RZ#004-17, & SEPA#030-17). The file containing the complete action is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, City Hall -2nd Floor, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA. If you have questions regarding this proposal, please call Trevor Martin at (509) 575-6162, or email to: trevor,martin{dyakimawa,gov. (774408) November 10, 2017 Courtesy of Yakima Herald -Republic oOC- P.ub.li.c.L.e • al Notices Public Le al Notices REVISED CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: 11 /10/2017; TO: SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant.- and Adjoining Property Owners; FROM: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director; SUBJECT: Notice of Application, SEPA, and Public Hearing for a Rezone and Class (3) Review to change the zoning of one 1,15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics; NOTICE OF APPLICATION: Location: 513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902; Applicant: Dlep Miller (513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902); Date of Application: 10/20/2017; Date of Completeness: 11/3/2017; File Number(s): CL3#010-17, RZ#004-17, and SEPA#030-17; Tax Parcel Number(s): 181336-14039; PROJECT DESCRIP- TION This is a proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residen- tial (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics; NOTICE OF ENVIRONMEN- TAL REVIEW: This is to notify agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Division, has been established as the lead agency, pur- suant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) under WAC § 197-11-926 for the review of this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination of Non -significance (DNS) for this project, utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC § 197-11-355. The proposal may include mitiga- tion measures under applicable codes and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regard- less of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination may be obtained by request and may be appealed pursuant to YMC § 6.88.170; Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal permits/approvals mayor will be needed for this project: Building Permit, Demolition Permit; Required Studies: N/A; Existing Environmental Documents: None; Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: the State Environmental Policy Act, the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 12—Develop- ment Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan; Request for Written Comments: Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the pro- posed project and its probable environmental impacts. There Is a 20 -day comment period for this review. Thls may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5;00 p.m. on November 28, 2017, will be considered prior to Issuing the final SEPA determination on this application; 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 11, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m., or soon thereafter, 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. Following the public hearing, the Hearing Examiner will issue a decision and recommendation within ten (10) business days; NOTICE OF DECISION/RECOMMENDATION; A copy of the Hearing Exam- (ner's decision and recommendation will be mailed to parties of record once is it rendered. Please send any written comments for the above described project to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director, City of Yakima, Depart- ment of Community Development, 129 North Second Street,.. Yakima, WA 98901. Please reference the applicant's name or file number(s) in your correspondence: (Millar—C1.3#0/0-17, RZ#c104-17, & SEPA #030-17). The file containing the complete action is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, City Hall -2nd Floor, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA. If you have questions regarding this proposal, please call Trevor Martin at (509) 575-8162,or small to: trevor.mactlnt yakimawa.gov. (774408) November 10, 2017 108 DOC. INDEX 109 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SEPA#030-17 Diep Miller 513 W Washington Ave I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and H.E. Public Hearing. A true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the property owner and applicant, SEPA reviewing agencies, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of the subject property; that said are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 8th day of November, 2017. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. 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Box 48343 Olympia, WA 98504-8343 5e*a + dahr.wa.tov Department of Ecology Gwen Clear, Regional Coordinator 1250 West Alder Street Union Gap, WA 98903 crosepacoordinator@ec Department of Commerce Growth Management Services P.O. Box 42525 Olympia, WA 98504-2525 reviewteam @commercetwa.g Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Er ic.BartrandPdfw.wa.,gov; Scott.DownesQclfw,wa.gov Department of Ecology Annie Szvetecz, SEPA Policy Lead P.Q. Box 47703 Olympia, WA 98504-7703 sei ecy' Department of Fish and Wildlife SEPA Desk PO Box 43200 Olympia, WA 98504 SEPAdeskdfw wan•gov Department of Health Kelly Cooper PO Box 47820 Olympia, WA 98504 Kellv.cooperidoh'.wax ov Department of Natural Resources SEPA Center PO Box 47015 Olympia, WA 98504 sepacenter@dnr :wa,gov Department of Social & Health Services Terri Sinclair -Olson Operations Support and Services Division P.O. Box 45848 Olympia, WA 98504 Terri.Sinclair 0Ison@dshs.wa.8c€u Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council -EFSEC Stephen Posner, SEPA Officer PO Box 43172 Olympia, WA 98504-3172 sposner@utc,wa.gov Engineering Division Bob Degrosellier and Brett Sheffield, City Engineer 129 N 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 afana.kallevia•+ ; akimawa.tou Nob Hill Water Association Bob Irving, Engineering Technician 6111 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98908 bob=riobhtllwaterpr. Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller 1400 Summitview Ave, Ste# 203 Yakima, WA 98902 Martym2@orfh.org; Wastewater Division Marc Cawley or Dana Kallevig 2220 East Viola Ave Yakima, WA 98901 y@yakimawa,Rtiv kalft?vigPvak[imaw WSDOT South Central Regionl Planning Office Kola nning@wsdet wazp Parks & Recreation Commission Jessica Logan PO Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Jessica,logan@parks.wa.gav West Valley School District Angela Watts, Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations 8902 Zier Road Yakima, WA 98908-9299 wattsa@_wvsd2O8�p WSDOT, Aviation Division Patrick Wright 7702 Terminal St SW Tumwater, WA 98501 Wright8:* wsdot.waagov U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch g BeberohKnoub, Project Manager P.O. Box 3755 Seattle, WA 98124-3755 WSDOT Paul Gonseth, Planning Engineer 2809 Rudkin Road Union Gap, WA 98903 p@wsdot; ov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark, Environmental Coordinator P.O. Box 632 Toppenish, WA 98948 Roccoaclarkf3bia.god+ Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program Elizabeth Sanchey, Environmental Review Coordinator P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 esanche @vakama.cpm Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin 760 Pence Road Yakima, WA 98909 ,j*marvinPvakama.com` Yakima Air Terminal Robert Peterson, Airport Asst Manager 2400 West Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 robert. reterson;r vaktmet Yakima County Commissioners orrtrros ioners;web4 co,;akina9 Yakima County Health District Ryan Ibach, Director of Environmental Health 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr Ste#200 Union Gap, WA 98903 yhd@cosima.wa.us ryan.lbach cotyakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Lynn Deitrick, Planning Director 128 North 2nd Street, 4th Floor Yakima, WA 98901 nn.Deitricktkco akima: Yakima County Public Services Vern Redifer, Public Services Director 128 North 2nd Street, 4th Floor Yakima, WA 98901 Vern. redifer@co.yakima.wa;us Yakima Greenway Foundation Kellie Connaughton, Executive Director 111 South 18th Street Yakima, WA 98901 kell"ae; akimalteen Y•0E£ Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat, Engineering & Planning Supervisor 329 North 1st Street Yakima, WA 98901 ?asan rceLe Yakima School District Scott lzutsu , Associate Superintendent 104 N 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 izutsu,scott • a a otsorz Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Mike Shuttleworth, Planning Manager 311 North 4th Street, Stett 202 Yakima, WA 98901 Mike.shutliewothPyvcogorg 113 Yakima Valley Museum John A. Baule, Director 2105 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98902 ohn@yakimavalleyrriuseum,org Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kovalenko, District Manager 2812 1/2 Terrace Heights Dr, Yakima, WA 98901 keithk@wasteconnections com 114 Century Link Manager 8 South 2nd AveRm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Charter Communications Kevin Chilcote 10OSNorth 16thAve Yakima, WA 98902 City of Union Gap Dennis Henne, Development Director p.O.Box 3OU8 Union Gap, WA 98903 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain P.O.Box 42S6O Olympia, WA 98504 Environmental Protection Agency NEPA Review Unit 1200 6th Ave. MS 623 Seattle, WA 98101 Federal Aviation Administration 2200 W. Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 Federal Aviation Administration, Seattle Airports District Office [ay|aMorgan, Airport Planner 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Governor's Ofce of Indian Affairs POBox 40909 Olympia, WA 98504 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry StreetSte. F Yakima, WA 98902 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North 3rd Street Yakima, WA 98901 United States Postal Service Maintenance Deptartment 205 W Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 Eastern Drinking Water Operations River View Corporate Center 16201 E Indiana AveSte# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent P.O.Box 632 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Johnson Meninick Cultural Resource Program -~ p.0.Box z51 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Ruth Jim, ¥akima TribaI Council P.O.Box 1Sl Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Dr. Jack Irion, Superintendent 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Yakima VaIIey Canal Co Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima, WA 98908 Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Sandra Hull 470 Camp 4 Rd Yakima, WA 98908 Cascade Natural Gas O11]VVGnandhdgeBlvd Aht num|r/igadonDisthct Beth Ann Brulotte, Executive Asistant 10705-B Gilbert Road Yakima, WA 98903 and FORMS \ SEP^REVIEWING AGENCIES _updated osr.1/'Form u*.d°cx Type of Notice: �� File Number: 1E)—/�~�"� Date of Mailing° 11 �� � 115 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carol n.Be akimawa. av Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Denman@yakimawa.gov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe . aruso@yak m awa tov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Sine e.ebusschereyakiawagv Joan Davenport Community Developmen Joan, Daven p ortyaki wawa . v Dan Riddle Engineering Dan¢Rtddle@yaktnawa,gov Mike Shane Engineering MikeShane@yakanawagov ark Soptich Fire Dept Soptich;• yakanawa.gov Jeff Cutter Legal Dept Jeff. utteri y rr v a ov Sara Watkins Legal Dept Sara.Watkins@yakimawa.gov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie. Matthew akitnawa Dov Joseph Calhoun Planning Division seph,Calhouna a a.gov'' Chief Rizzi Police Department DominiaRizzi@yakonawagov Scott Schafer Public Works Dept ScoMSchafer tawa4gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Division Loretta.? a ov Randy Layman Refuse Division Randy .Laym yakanawmgov' Naeem Kara Transit Division Nanendkara@ awa.gov James Dean Utilities Jamen. De @yakimawa.gov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana. Kal levigAyakana Randy Meloy For the Record/File Binder Copy Wastewater akimaw v Type of Notice: Nt, 0 - File Number(s Date of Mailing: Revised 04/2017 Oicst;ioni HfctkitiC RZ r4 3 - 7 S fo3o 1 17 116 Maxey Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2017 10:32 AM To: 'Gary[uUier'; '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; |berm'Rosalinda; KaUevig. 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; Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber of Commerce; Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce (CTED) Review Team; Department of Ecology; Department of Ecology Lori White; Department of Ecology SEPA Register; Department of Ecology -CRO Coordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife - Eric Bartrand; Department of Fish and Wildlife - Scott Downes; Department of Natural Resources; Department of Social & Health Services; Dept. Archaeology & Historic Preservation - SEPA Review; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council Stephen Posner; Nob Hill Water Bob Irving; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing Marty Miller; Peterson, Robert; Scott lzutsu Yakima School District; US Army Corps of Engineers David Moore; WA State Parks & Recreation Commission; West Valley School District Angela Watts; WSDOT Paul Gonseth; WSDOT South Central Regional Planning Office; WSDOT Aviation Patrick Wright; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark; Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Elizabeth Sanchey; YakamaKlickitat Fisheries John Marvin; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Health District; Yakima County Health District Ryan |bach; Yakima County Planning Director Lynn Deitrick; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vern Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation Kellie Connaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat;Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Mike Shuttleworth; Yakima ValIey Museum John A. Baule; Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kovalenko; 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; KBBOKRSE 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 News; KNDU 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; Yakima Herald Republic Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima School District Jack Ilion; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima Valley Business Times George Finch; YPAC Randy Beehler Cc: Martin, Trevor Subject: Notice of Application, SEPA & Public Hearing OiepK4i||er RZ#004 17'[L3#O1O'17& SEPA#030-17 Attachments: NOTICE OF APPLICATON, SEPA & HEARING DiepK4i||er RZ CL3 SEPA.PDF Attached is a Notice of Application, Environmental Review (SEPA), and Public Hearing regarding the above -entitled project. If you have any qu' about this proposal please contact assigned planner Trevor Martin at (509) 575-6162 or emaito: Thank you! Lisa Maxey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division - P: (509) 1 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 - Liqa.Maxerrty4kim_awa.goy 1 129 N 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901 2 117 DOC. INDEX City of Yakima Planning Division 129 N 2ND ST. (2ND FLOOR) YAKIMA, WA 98901 Project Name: DIEP MILLER Location: 513 W WASHINGTON AVE Proposal: Proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. PUBLIC IC NOTICE OF LAND USE REVIEW Date of Notice of Application -11/0 017 A land use application has been submitted near your property. This is your notice of that application. To view information online go to: www.yakimawa.gov/public-notice and select RZ#004-17 from the list to view the land use application information. More information is available from the City of Yakima Planning Division (509) 575-6183. The staff contact is: Trevor Martin, Associate Planner (509) 575-6162 - trevor.martin@yakimawa.gov. Decisions and future notices will be sent to anyone who submits comments on this application or requests additional notice. Comments may be submitted in writing to the address above or by email to: ask.planning@yakimawa.gov - please include the file number in the email subject line.' Written or emailed comments must be received by 5:00 p.m. on 11/28/2017 Public Hearing Date: 1/11/2018 Public hearings are scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM in the Yakima City Council Chambers of City Hall located at: 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 This application may include multiple land use types, including compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). For specific information, please contact the Planning Division at (509) 575-6183. Si necesita informacion en espanol por favor (lame al (509) 575-6183 Application Submitted: 10/20/2017 Application Complete: 11/03/2017 pi:B/4/c 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 proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: 11/06/17 Account #: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA,AP Address: 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 98901-2720 Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Fax: Account Rep: Phone # Email: Simon Sizer (509) 577-7740 ssizer@yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 773914 Start: 11/08/17 Stop: 11/08/17 Total Cost: $270.10 Lines: 148.0 # of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 11/08/17 119 DOC. INDEX # Ck- 120 CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE:11/8/2017; TO: SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners; FROM: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director; SUBJECT: Notice of Application, SEPA, and Public Hearing for a Rezone and Class (3) Review to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics; NOTICE OF APPLICATION: Location: 513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902; Applicant: Diep Miller (513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902); Date of Application: 10/20/2017; Date of Completeness: 11/3/2017; File Number(s): CL3#009-17, RZ#003-17, and SEPA#028.17; Tax Parcel Number(s): 181319-34010; PROJECT DESCRIP- TION This is a proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residen- tial (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics; NOTICE OF ENV RQNMEN- TAL REVIEW: This is to notify agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Division, has been established as the lead agency, pur- suant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) under WAC § 197-11-926 for the review of this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination of Non -significance (DNS) for this project, utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC § 197-11-355. The proposal may include mitiga- tion measures under applicable codes and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regard- less of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination may be obtained by request and may be appealed pursuant to YMC § 6.88.170; Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal permits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: Building Permit, Demolition Permit; Required Studies: N/A; Existing Environmental Documents: None; Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: the State Environmental Policy Act, the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 12—Develop- ment Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan; Request for Written Comments: Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the pro- posed project and its probable environmental impacts. There is a 20 -day comment period for this review. This may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5:00 p.m. on November 28, 2017, will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination on this application; 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 11, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m., or soon thereafter, 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. Following the public hearing, the Hearing Examiner will issue a decision and recommendation within ten (10) business days; NOTICE OF DECISION/RECOMMENDATION: A copy of the Hearing Exam- iner's decision and recommendation will be mailed to parties of record once is it rendered. Please send any written comments for the above described project to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director, City of Yakima, Depart- ment of Community Development, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Please reference the applicant's name or file number(s) in your correspondence: (Miller—CL3#010-17, RZ#004-17, & SEPA#030-17). The file containing the complete action is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, City Hall -2nd Floor, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA. If you have questions regarding this proposal, please call Trevor Martin at (509) 575-6162, or email to: trevormartin yakimawa,gov. (773914) November 8, 2017 Courtesy of Yakima Herald -Republic DOC. INDEX, Pub 1rc,..Lt_*.= .w.. '..=.. CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE:11/8/2017; TO: SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners; FROM: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director; SUBJECT: Notice of Application, SEPA, and Public Hearing for a Rezone and Class (3) Review to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics; NQTJSQF APPLICATION; Location: 513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902; Applicant: Diep Miller (513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902); Date of Application: 10/20/2017; Date of Completeness: 11/3/2017; File Number(s): CL3#009-17, RZ#003-17, and SEPA#028-17; Tax Parcel Number(s): 181319-34010; PROJECT DESCRIP- TION This is a proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residen- tial (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics; NOTICE OF ENVIRONMEN- TAL REVIEW: This is to notify agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Division, has been established as the lead agency, pur- suant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) under WAC § 197-11-926 for the review of this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination of Non -significance (DNS) for this project, utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC § 197-11-355. The proposal may include mitiga- tion measures under applicable codes and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regard- less of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination may be obtained by request and may be appealed pursuant to YMC § 6.88.170; Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal permits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: Building Permit, Demolition Permit; Required Studies: N/A; Existing Environmental Documents: None; Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: the State Environmental Policy Act, the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 12—Develop- ment Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan; Request for Written Comments: Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the pro- posed project and its probable environmental impacts. There is a 20 -day comment period for this review. This may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5:00 p.m. on November 28, 2017, will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination on this application; 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 11, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m., or soon thereafter, 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. Following the public hearing, the Hearing Examiner will issue a decision and recommendation within ten (10) business days; NOTICE Of Q CI$ION/RgCOMMENDATION: A copy of the Hearing Exam- iner's decision and recommendation will be mailed to parties of record once is it rendered. Please send any written comments for the above described project to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director, City of Yakima, Depart- ment of Community Development, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Please reference the applicant's name or file number(s) in your correspondence: (Miller—CL3#010-17, RZ#©©4-17, & SEPA#030-17). The file containing the complete action is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, City Hall -2nd Floor, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA. If you have questions regarding this proposal, please call Trevor Martin at (509) 575-6162, or email to: trevor u : f .>jrQ@1ya.9ov. (773914) November 8, 2017 121 DOC. INDEX DEP. TMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVEL ENT 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 APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT: 122 November 8, 2017 SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director Notice of Application, SEPA, Rezone, and Public Hearing for a Class (3) Review to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. NOTICE OF APPLICATION .................. Location: Applicant: Date of Application: Date of Completeness: File Number(s): Tax Parcel Number(s): 513 W. Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902 Diep Miller (513 W. Washington Ave.) October 20, 2017 November 3, 2017 RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17, and SEPA#030-17 181336-14039 PROJECT DESCRIPTION This is a proposal to change the zoning of one 1.15 acre parcel from Two -Family Residential (R- 2) to Multifamily Residential (R-3), and proposal to convert two of the three adult family homes on site to medical clinics. NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Division, has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) under WAC § 197-11-926 for the review of this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination of Non -significance (DNS) for this project, utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC § 197-11-355. The proposal may include mitigation measures under applicable codes and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regardless of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination may be obtained by request and may be appealed pursuant to YMC § 6.88.170. Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal permits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: Building Permit, Demolition Permit Required Studies: N/A Existing Environmental Documents: None Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: the State Environmental Policy Act, the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 12— Development Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Pian INDEX 401, 9.05MOffaaMPI Yakima 2015 1994 123 Request for Written Comments: Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the proposed project and its probable environmental impacts. There is a 20 -day comment period for this review. This may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5:00 p.m. on November 28, 2017, will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination on this application. 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 11, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m., or soon thereafter, 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. Following the public hearing, the Hearing Examiner will issue a decision and recommendation within ten (10) business days. NOTICE OF DECISION/RECOMMENDATION A copy of the Hearing Examiner's decision and recommendation will be mailed to parties of record once is it rendered. Please send any written comments for the above described project to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 Please reference the applicant's name or file number(s) in your correspondence: (Miller—CL3#010-17, RZ#004-17, & SEPA#030-17) The file containing the complete action is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, City Hall -2nd Floor, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA. If you have questions regarding this proposal, please call Trevor Martin at (509) 575-6162, or email to: trevor.martinta'�,yakimawa,gov. Enclosed: Narratives, Project Descriptions, SEPA Checklist, Site Plans, and Vicinity Map INDEX Am Raw% 11'1.X plCITY OF YAKIMA arming CITY OF YAKIMA LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE 124 File Number: I , ez;z7' /7-- zez .6.40e,‘/- / 7-- Applicant/Project Name: Site Address: 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 (f 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. 1 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. 1/1 Lc) 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 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Page - 1 DOC. INDEX Revised 01/2017 11 asw% I S %AV CITY or YAKIMA arming GENE . , INFO RE IREMENTS FOR POSTING OF PRI\ E PROPERTY FOR LAND USE ACTION City of Yakima Community Development Department, Planning Division 129 N 2" St, Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 575-6183 — askplannin vakintawaAtov ATION 125 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 YMC 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 the 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 126 1 CITY OF YAIONIA arming November 3, 2017 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Divkion Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov www.yaki mawa.gov/services/planning FILE NUMBER: RZ#004-17, CL3#010-17 & SE PA#030-17 APPLICANT: Diep Miller APPLICANT ADDRESS: 513 W Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902 PROJECT LOCATION: 513 W Washington Ave., Yakima, WA 98902 TAX PARCEL NO: 181336-14039 DATE OF REQUEST: October 20, 2017 SUBJECT: Notice of Complete Application Dear Ms. Miller, The application for your Type (3), SEPA, and Rezone Land Use Review for 513 W. Washington Ave. was received on October 20, 2017. As of November 3, 2017, your application is considered complete as required by the City of Yakima's Municipal Code (YMC) and site plan checklist, as referenced in YMC § 15.14.030. Continued processing of your request will include, but is not limited to the following actions: 1. A DST meeting will be held to discuss the project on November 7, 2017, 2. The Planning Division will mail a Notice of Application and Public Hearing to residents within 300 feet of the subject site. 3. A public hearing will be scheduled with the City of Yakima Hearing Examiner. If you have any questions regarding this matter please call me at (509) 575-6162. Sincerely, Trevor Martin Associate Planner Yakima K44411trtiqf 1111: 2015 DOC° 1594 INDEX