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01/19/2021 10C Pottenger's Place Preliminary Plat; 9711 Tieton Dr - Distribution of Complete Record to\'4\lyy tbxk ik 1 PP +� d1-:41P P p P 1 PPi ittYlltYlt.\ta. BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 10.C. For Meeting of: January 19, 2021 ITEM TITLE: Distribution of the Complete Record for the preliminary plat of Pottenger's Place submitted by Ray Novobielski, located at 9711 Tieton Dr SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport,AI CP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Colleda Monick, Community Development Specialist (509) 576- 6772 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: The complete record for this preliminary plat is being distributed to City Council members in this agenda packet. Please bring these materials to the public hearing which will take place on February 2, 2021. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type mplete card-Plat of Potted ere Place 1/ /20 1 ackup Material 2 at CITY OF YAKI A "PLAT ' sS PLACE" - , - , - 20 City Council Closedis earing February 2, 2021 EX I IT LIST Applicant: Ray Novobielski File Numbers: LP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20, TCO#004-20 Site Address: 9711 Tieton Drive Staff Contact: Colleda Monick, Community Development Specialist ContentsTable of CPTER AA Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation CHAPTER APTE A Staff Report C TER B Maps C PTER C Site Plan CHAPTER DST Review & Agency Comments C A PTER E SEPA Checklist CHAPTER F Applications CHAPTER G Public Notices CHAPTER Public Comments 3 "PLAT OF POTTENGER'S PLACE" PLP#002-20 & SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20, TCO#004-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER AA Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation a:.........::....•.:�._.. ............. .... ................ ......... ...a...ti:'Vi::it:u'a;;vn,J:'1�ir::�'1':!'::Y:iiii:.:::::::�.............. .... ;. ax......... x a...:............::..:::s....::....................ue..:.:..:sb:uawav:::::..ad.........x..............xx:.:.::..:::.....::....x � �u..a a .: ..a :. _: ....:�... 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AA-1 Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation 12/23/2020 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 4 lints Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Aro I ZIA% am& Planning ision Joseph Calhoun, Manager p 6iyhohy(6.6 129 North Second Street, 2" Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL FOR PRELIMINARY LONG PLAT PLP#002-20 & SEPA#013-20 & CAO#007-20 & TCO#004-20 December 23, 2020 WHEREAS, On May 19th, 2020, an application for a Preliminary Long Plat was submitted by Ray Novobielski, and on September 28, 2020, a revised plat was submitted for the subdivision of four parcels, totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 18 residential lots: 10 single family common wall lots, and 8 multi-family triplex lots, in the Two-Family (R-2) and Multi-Family (R-3) zoning district, parcel numbers 171324-44415, -44416, -44417, -44418; and WHEREAS, the applications were considered complete for processing on July 13, 2020 and the revised application on October 5, 2020, public notice was provided, in accordance with the provisions of YMC Ch. 16.10, on October 5, 2020; and WHEREAS, SEPA Environmental Review was completed with a Determination of Nonsignificance issued October 5, 2020, which was not appealed (City File SEPA#013-20); and a notice of retained DNS issued on October 29, 2020; and WHEREAS, the proposed Application conforms with the City of Yakima Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Ordinance, and other applicable land use regulations; and WHEREAS, under the provisions of YMC Ch. 14.20 the Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) is responsible for the review of a preliminary long plat application and for recommending the approval, modification or denial of each request; and WHEREAS,on December 9, 2020, the Yakima Planning Commission held an open record public hearing, to consider the application for an 18 lot subdivision known as Pottenger's Place, submitted by Ray Novobielski. (PLP #002-20), to hear testimony from the public and provide a recommendation to the Yakima City Council; and WHEREAS, the staff report presented by Community Development Specialist, Colleda Monick, recommended approval of the proposed 18-lot preliminary plat, subject to conditions; and WHEREAS, based on testimony received at the December 9th, 2020 public hearing, the Yakima Planning Commission has recommended approval of the plat, subject to conditions. Now therefore, the Yakima City Planning Commission presents the following findings of fact, conclusions, and recommendation to the Yakima City Council: DOC. INDEX # 201,, 1994 5 APPLICATION # PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20 APPLICANT: Ray Novobielski APPLICANT ADDRESS: 200 Abbess Lane, Yakima, WA 98908 PROJECT LOCATION: Vicinity of N 97th Ave & Tieton Dr. PARCEL(S): 171324-44415, -44416, -44417, -44418 I. FINDINGS OF FACT 1. Subsection 14.20.100(1) Consistency with the provisions of the City's Urban Area Zoning Ordinance: The proposed preliminary plat would be consistent with the intent and character of the Two Family Residential (R-2) and Multi-Family (R-3) zoning district set forth in Subsection 15.03.020(C & D). The intent of the Two-Family Residential (R-2) zoning district is to: 1. Establish and preserve residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings, duplexes and other uses compatible with the intent of this district; and 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. The intent of the Multi-Family Residential (R-3) zoning district is 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. 2. Subsection 14.20.100(2) -- Consistency with the provisions of the Comprehensive Plan: The Goals and Policies that apply to this designation and proposed land use are as follows: 6 , lab # 2 6 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(F) Townhouses. Encourage the development of townhouses in the R-2 and R-3 zones and commercial/mixed-use zones as an efficient form of housing. Design standards should emphasize pedestrian-oriented design, façade articulation, and usable open space. Policy 2.3.3.A Construct sidewalks along all new residential streets. Policy 2.3.3.0 Promote small block sizes to ensure good connectivity and reduced walking distances between residences and schools, parks, and services. Specifically: * Low density residential: Blocks between 400- 800 feet long are appropriate. • Mixed residential: Blocks between 300-660 feet long are appropriate. • Provide for through public through block connections for large residential blocks. • Commercial and mixed-use designations: Configure development to provide pedestrian connections at 300 to 660 feet intervals. Configure development to provide vehicular connections at 600 to 1,320 feet intervals, Allow flexibility for private internal streets to meet connectivity objectives. Goal 5.2. Preserve and improve existing residential neighborhoods. Policy 5.2.1. Invest in and improve quality of life in existing neighborhoods. Goal 5.4. Encourage design, construction, and maintenance of high quality housing. Policy 5.4.3. Encourage development of well-designed new housing in coordination with population growth employment growth, and transportation goals. 3. Subsection 14.20.100(3) -- Consistency with the provisions of this title, Title 14 entitled "Subdivision Ordinance": All lots in this preliminary plat will have access upon a public street; will be provided with all necessary public utilities; will meet the minimum lot size for the R-2 & R-3 zoning district, 35 feet for single family dwelling, common wall units, and 50 feet for all others as measured at the rear of the required front-yard setback. 4. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(a) --Appropriate provisions for public health, safety and general welfare: The construction of new common-wall dwellings and triplexes will complement adjacent uses and will promote the public health, safety and general welfare as there is a need in the community for additional housing and the proposed preliminary plat would be required to comply with all applicable City development standards, and all conditions of approval specified by the City of Yakima Planning Commission. 5. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(b) --Appropriate provisions for open spaces: The proposed lot meet the minimum lot size required in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts. Lot coverage of 60% or less in the R-2 zoning district will provide adequate light and air for future residents in accordance with the standards in the zoning • • I s 3 • - 7 ordinance without additional open spaces, and lot coverage of 80% or less in the R- 3. 6. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(c) --Appropriate provisions for drainage ways: Drainage system facilities will be provided in accordance with state and local regulations including the City of Yakima Municipal Code and the Eastern Washington Storm Water Manual, 7. Subsection 15.27.321(B) and 15.27.407(F)—Critical Areas Ordinance, Subdivision Standards: The current proposal meets all development standards for properties that lie within the floodplain. 8. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(d) --Appropriate provisions for streets or roads, alleys and other public ways: The subject property has frontage upon Tieton Dr., and proposes new public streets to provide adequate access to all internal lots. 9. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(e) --Appropriate provisions for transit stops: Yakima Transit Route 1 passes the proposed subdivision along S 96th Ave. 10. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(f) --Appropriate provisions for potable water supplies, irrigation and other water suppliers: Public water is required to be used for domestic and fire flow purposes. An adequate water supply for this development is available from Nob Hill Water Company. 11. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(g) --Appropriate provisions for sanitary waste disposal: Public sewer is required to service all lots. A City of Yakima sewer main lies within Summitview Ave., south of the proposed development, and is capable of being extended to handle the demands of this development. 12. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(h)(i) --Appropriate provisions for parks and recreation and playgrounds: Open space, parks, recreation, and playgrounds are located within 1.9 miles of this subdivision due to the proximity of West Valley Park. The proposed preliminary plat is not located in a planned parks and recreation area. Provisions for parks and recreation areas are not necessary within the proposed preliminary plat due to the size, number and location of the proposed lots and provisions for playgrounds exist at the schools which children within the proposed preliminary plat would be attending, and could also be individually provided on the lots themselves which are of a size which would allow for playground areas as needed or desired. 13. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(j) Appropriate provisions for schools and school grounds: Cottonwood Elementary School is located approximately within 0.5 miles, West Valley Middle School is located approximately within 2.3 miles, and West Valley High School is located approximately within 1.4 miles of this subdivision. 14. Subsection 14.20.100(4)(k) --Appropriate provisions for sidewalks: Sidewalks are required and will be provided along this developments frontage. s IND 4 8 15. Subsection 14.20.100(5) -- Public use and interest: The evidence indicated that this proposed preliminary plat, as conditioned, would be consistent with neighboring land uses and would help serve the residential needs of this area. With the recommended conditions, it will comply with the City's zoning ordinance, subdivision ordinance and comprehensive plan. It will also make appropriate and adequate provisions for the public health, safety and general welfare, open spaces, drainage ways, streets, transit stops, potable water, sanitary waste disposal, parks and recreation, playgrounds and sidewalks, and is in a location where additional provisions for schools or for additional planning features for students who walk to and from school have not been recommended or deemed necessary. II. Consistency Analysis Y C 4 16.06.020(B). The following analysis involves the consistency of the preliminary plat with applicable development regulations, or in the absence of applicable regulations, the adopted Comprehensive Plan as mandated by the State Growth Management Act and the Yakima Municipal Code. During project review, neither the City nor any subsequent reviewing body may re-examine alternatives to, or hear appeals on, the following items identified in these conclusions except for issues of code interpretation: (1)The type of land use contemplated by the proposal (a residential development in an R-2/R-3 zoning district) is permitted on this site so long as it complies with the conditions imposed by the Yakima City Council, as well as the regulations of the zoning ordinance, subdivision ordinance, building codes and other applicable regulations. (2) The level of development(lot size, contemplated density) would not exceed the allowable level of development in the Two Family Residential (R-2) and Multi Family Residential (R-3) zoning district since the proposed lot sizes satisfy the zoning ordinance requirements. (3) The availability and adequacy of infrastructure and public facilities is not an issue because the additional infrastructure that would be provided at the applicant's expense would ensure that adequate infrastructure and public facilities are available for the proposed preliminary plat. (4) The character of the proposal, such as the proposal's consistency with applicable development standards of the City's Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, primarily involves consideration of specific development standards relating to lot size, access, potable water, sewage disposal and other features of the proposed preliminary plat which have been discussed in detail above. With the recommended conditions, the proposed preliminary plat would be consistent with the development standards of applicable City ordinances. III. CONCLUSIONS Based on the foregoing Findings, the YPC reaches the following Conclusions: 1. The YPC has jurisdiction to recommend to the Yakima City Council the approval of a proposed preliminary plat pursuant to Section 14.20.100 of the subdivision ordinance. 2. Notice of the public hearing sent on July 13, 2020 and October 5, 2020, and was given in accordance with applicable requirements. .0 a C. IND # k -*1 5 9 3. The SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) for this proposed preliminary plat was issued on October 5, 2020, and became final without any appeal. A notice of retained DNS was issued on October 29, 2020. 4. The proposed preliminary plat was reviewed and approved for traffic concurrency under the Transportation Capacity Management Ordinance on June 10, 2020. 5. This preliminary subdivision complies with the goals and objectives of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the intent and purpose of the R-2 and R-3 zoning district, the provisions of the Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Ordinance, Title 12's Development Standards and Chapter 12.08 Traffic Concurrency Ordinance. 6. This preliminary plat is in compliance with the consistency requirements of Subsection 16.06.020(B) of the Yakima Municipal Code. 7. With the recommended conditions, the proposed preliminary plat as described in the application narrative and preliminary plat received May 19. 2020, and revised on October 5, 2020, is in compliance with the City's Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, subdivision ordinance and zoning ordinance; makes appropriate and adequate provisions for the public health, safety and general welfare and for open spaces, drainage ways, streets, transit stops, potable water supplies, sanitary wastes, parks and recreation, playgrounds and sidewalks; and, according to the weight of the evidence presented at the hearing, does not require that specific provisions be made for the other requisite plat considerations such as additional schools, additional school grounds or additional planning features that assure safe walking conditions for students who walk to and from school; and serves the public use and interest. IV. PULIC HEARING TESTIMONY December 9, 2020, Yakima Planning Commission Minutes: Dina Williams of 420 S 98th Ave asked for clarification regarding the intent for Phase 2? Will there be a second hearing for that phase? What is the overall plan to put on Lot 12 considering its large size? Mike Height from PLSA responded, noting that the plans currently outline the project in its entirety and that there are no further plans to have additional hearings or change the scope of the project at this time. Chair Liddicoat closed the public testimony portion of the hearing. It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner Place to direct staff to draft findings of fact and forward a recommendation of approval to the Yakima City Council. The motion carried 6-0; Commissioner McCormick absent. V. RECOMMENDATION TO CITY COUNCIL Based on the testimony and evidence presented during the public hearing, it was moved and seconded that the City of Yakima Planning Commission draft findings of fact and forward a recommendation of approval of the Preliminary Long Plat to the Yakima City Council. The motion carried unanimously. I , p IND 6 # • _ 10 Based upon the findings outlined above, it was moved and seconded that the City of Yakima Planning Commission recommends APPROVAL of this proposed 18-lot preliminary plat in accordance with the application and related documents submitted for file numbers PLP#002-20 and SEPA#013-20, and subject to the following conditions: 1. The applicant shall submit and gain approval of civil engineered plans which provide for design of all Title 12 development standards, including but not limited to curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting, stormwater, and street design. All public improvements constructed within the floodplain shall be constructed using practices that minimize flood damage. 2. Prior to approval of the final plat, all approved improvements shall be constructed or financially secured according to the standards and requirements of the City Engineer and YMC Title 12. 3. All lots shall be served with public water from the Nob Hill Water Company. No individual domestic or irrigation wells shall be permitted for any of the lots. Prior to final plat approval, written verification from Nob Hill Water must be submitted to the Planning Division indicating that all construction required to provide each lot with domestic water has been completed and the fees paid. 4. All lots shall be provided with public sewer service according to YMC Title 12 standards. Prior to final plat approval, written verification from the City of Yakima Engineering Department must be provided to the Planning Division indicating that all sewer extensions have been completed and inspected or financially secured, 5. All public utilities constructed within the floodplain shall be designed to minimize or eliminate infiltration of floodwaters into the systems and discharge from the systems into the floodwaters. 6. A minimum 8-foot wide public utility easement must be provided adjacent to all public road rights-of-way. 7. Easements for new and/or future utilities shall be a minimum of 16-feet in width, provided that the width of easements for buried utilities will be twice the depth of the planned excavation. 8. All public and private utilities shall be located underground, with the exception of telephone boxes and such similar structures. 9. All lots shall have direct access to a public street or be accessed by an easement. Access Easement(s) can only serve one lot. 10. All public and private utilities to be located within public road rights-of-way must be constructed prior to the start of road construction. 11. Two fire department accesses into a site shall be included, based on the number of dwelling units. . I 7 11 12. Fire hydrants will need to be provided with maximum spacing of 500 feet along streets in accordance with Section 507 and Appendix D of the IFC. 13. New 7' sidewalk per standard detail R5 shall be installed along the site's frontage on Tieton Dr., including approved ADA ramp at intersection. New curb, gutter and 5' sidewalk shall be installed along the site's new residential street. Street section shall conform to standard detail R3. 14. Adequate right of way shall be dedicated if necessary to provide for 40' width from centerline of right of way along the Tieton frontage. 50' of right of way is required for the new residential street. Dead-end shall be provided with cul-de-sac/hammer head turnaround to accommodate emergency and refuse collection vehicles. If street is proposed to be extended in the future, an approved temporary turnaround shall be provided. 15. Street lights shall be installed and shall meet the design and placement standards of the city engineer. Lighting improvements shall become the property of the city of Yakima upon installation and will thereafter be maintained by the city. 16. No driveway approach on a local access street may be located closer to the street intersection corner than thirty feet as measured from the property line at the corner. 17. An excavation and street break permit shall be obtained for all work within the public right of way. 18. Irrigation Approval for Yakima Tieton Irrigation shall be shown on the face of the final plat. 19. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic, and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the Model Toxics Control Act cleanup levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. 20. An NPDES Construction Stormwater General Permit from the Department of Ecology is recommended if ground disturbing activities have the potential to discharge stormwater off site. 21. This plat shall be subject to the following notes, which must be placed on the face of the plat: a. The addresses shown on this plat are accurate as of the date of recording, but may be subject to change. The City of Yakima Building Codes Division is responsible for the confirmation or reassignment of addresses at the time of building permit issuance. 22. During project construction, all contractors shall adhere to the City of Yakima noise regulations regarding hours of construction. 23. Sightscreening Standard A is required on the west property line under the current proposed development. us • 8 • — 12 24. All other requirements of the zoning and subdivision ordinance, although not specifically set forth herein, shall be complied with in their entirety. 25. Upon preliminary plat approval, the applicant has five years to submit the final plat. Thereafter, 30 days prior to the expiration of said approval the applicant must submit to the City Council a written request asking to extend the approval period for a maximum period of one year. SIGNED this 23rd day of December, 2020 By Jacob Liddicost, Chair Yakima Planning Commission 9 13 "PLAT OF POTTENGER'S PLACE" PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20, TCO#004-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER A Staff Report rw r w � r .... ...:..:..................:....::::..... r .................................... r. r � . r �n w v w�N n�......�wr rE w . r P A-1 Staff Re ort 12/09/2020 .................... 14 DEPAK fMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division CITY OF YAKIMA Joseph Calhoun, Manager { • I • 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor,Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIVISION'S FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATION TO THE CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION for REQUEST FOR PRELIMINARY LONG PLAT File Number(s): PLP 002-20 & SEPA#013-20 & CAO#007-20&_TCO#004-20 APPLICANT: Ray Novobielski APPLICANT ADDRESS: 200 Abbess Lane, Yakima, WA 98908 PROJECT LOCATION: 9711 Tieton Dr. NAME OF PLAT: Pottenger's Place TAX PARCEL NUMBERS: 171324-44415, -44416, -44417, -44418 DATE OF REQUEST: May 18, 2020 DATE OF RECOMMENDATION: December 9, 2020 STAFF CONTACT: Colleda Monick, Community Development Specialist I. DESCRIPTION OF REQUEST: The proposed Plat of"Pottenger's Place" will subdivide approximately 4.88 acres into 18 residential lots: 10 single family common wall lots, and 8 multi-family tri-plex's lots in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts. II. SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATION: The Administrative Official recommends approval of the Preliminary Plat, subject to conditions, III. FACTS: A. Statement of Cause: Pursuant to YMC Ch. 14.20, the applicant's statement in the Preliminary Long Plat application was updated on September 28, 2020—This proposed plat will subdivide approximately 4.88 acres into 18 residential lots. 10 single family common wall lots, and 8 multi-family tri-plex's lots. The lots will have frontage onto a public roadway. The project will be a two phased project with 16 lots in phase 1 and 2 lots in phase 2. B. Environmental Review. This project (SEPA#013-20) underwent a State Environmental Policy Act review and a Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on October 5, 2020. No appeals have been filed with the City of Yakima. A retention of DNS was issued on October 29tn 2020. A l� • Yakima ..� 2015 1994 15 C. Processing. 1. The application for a Preliminary Long Plat was received on May 19th, 2020. An updated site plan and narrative was submitted on September 28, 2020 in order to comply with development in the flood plain. 2. The proposed plat is larger than nine lots, and is therefore being processed under the provisions of YMC Ch. 14.20 & 6.88. 3. The application was deemed complete for processing on July 13, 2020 and the revised application on October 5, 2020. 4. Pursuant to RCW Ch. 58.17, YMC § 1.42.030 and YMC § 14.20.100, the City of Yakima Planning Commission (Planning Commission) is authorized to make a recommendation for approval or disapproval, with written findings of fact and conclusions to support the recommendation to the City Council on preliminary plats. Within ten working days of the conclusion of a hearing, unless a longer period is agreed to in writing by the applicant, the Planning Commission shall render a written recommendation which shall include findings and conclusions based on the record. 5. Public Notice: Public notice for this application and hearing was provided in accordance with: YMC Title 14, Subdivision Ordinance; YMC Title 15, Urban Area Zoning Ordinance and YMC Title 16, Development Permit Regulations and include the following actions and dates: a. Date of Application: May 19, 2020 b. Date of Revised Plan and Narrative: September 28, 2020 c. Date of Developer's Notice of Complete Application: July 8, 2020 d. Date of Notice of Application: July 13, 2020 e. Date of Posting of Land Use Action Sign on the Property: July 13, 2020 f. Date of Revised Notice of Application: October 5, 2020 g. Date of Mailing of Notice of DNS: October 5, 2020 h. Notice of retained DNS: October 29, 2020 i. Notice of Public Hearing October 5, 2020 6. Public Comment: The twenty-day public comment period for this application occurred from July 13, 2020, to August 3, 2020; and again from October 5, 2020 to October 26, 2020. At the conclusion of the public comment period, the City of Yakima received 4 public comments addressing the environmental impacts and compatibility of the proposed development. Public Comments (staff response in italics): Norm Base, 417 S 98th Ave: 1. #5 Animals, This property has more than just song birds. There are hawks, quail and doves. Not to mention magpies and ravens. 2. #10 Aesthetics. Statement made "most" likely less than 25 ft Max height. This height would indicate a 3 story building. There are no three story buildings that I know if in this area. 2 story, yes and not many of them. 3 story would definitely change the average appearance of this neighborhood. In fact if there were 3 story bedrooms or whatever that floor would be, we would have 0 privacy in our back yards. All in all this land needs to be developed, but with the chance of 3 story buildings will make privacy a thing of the 11 2 16 past. Plus i won't have to mower the property as I have for the last 5 years to keep the fire danger from my property. Staff Response: The city did not receive any comments during the 20-day comment period from the Department of Fish and Wildlife regarding a concern for habitat loss due to this project. YMC§ 15.05.030 Table 5.1 allows for maximum building height in the R-2 at 35'; maximum building height in the R-3 is 50'. Proposed use and residential density meets city standards. A code compliance case can be started should hazardous vegetation exist. "Hazardous vegetation"means vegetation that is dry and combustible exceeding twelve inches in height which may cause a fire hazard to the immediate and surrounding areas. Hazardous vegetation includes, but is not limited to, trees, shrubs, grass, weeds, bushes, vines and other plant materials, including but not limited to clippings, fallen leaves or branches. Susan and Carl Olden, 411 S 98th Ave: This is in regards to the property that is being developed west of S 96th Ave known as Pottenger's Place. Concerns: • Habitat for eagles, hawks, doves, pheasants and quail. Staff Comment: The city did not receive any comments during the 20-day comment period from the Department of Fish and Wildlife regarding a concern for habitat loss due to this project. • The development is not in keeping with the homes that will border the property to the west. The homes on S 98th are single family with at least '/z acre lots. Staff Comment: Proposed use and residential density meets city standards. • Will be a highly populated neighborhood in an otherwise rural environment with single family homes. Staff Comment: Proposed use and residential density meets city standards. • Increased traffic which enters and exits onto Tieton drive within a block of a major north/south Street, 96th Ave., which leads to Cottonwood Elementary and West Valley High School. Tieton drive in this location is also used quite frequently for trucks hauling fruit and bikers. Staff Comment: This development has been approved for Concurrency Analysis (TCO#004-20). The review concluded that the proposed development will not exceed the capacity of the arterial street system and reserve capacity exists on all impacted arterial streets. • Increased noise. Staff Comment: Specific noises related to automobiles are prohibited, YMC 6.04.180 (D)(1)(2), including motor vehicle horns, except as a warning of danger or as specifically permitted or required by law; and engine noises related to the creation of frequent, repetitive, or continuous sounds in connection with the starting, operation, repair, rebuilding or testing of any motor vehicle so as to unreasonably disturb or interfere with the peace comfort and repose of residential occupants within the area. A code compliance case can be filled in any instance where these noises are determined to be a public disturbance. • Increased lighting. Staff Comment: Street lights are required at the Tieton Drive intersection, in the phase 2 cul-de-sac, and one approximately midpoint between the two. Street Lights are required to be designed with down-shielding creating II 1 3 17 no light pollution on neighboring properties. All all-site lighting is required to be downward shielded so that no light spills across property lines. • The common wall homes will be extremely close to fences for existing homes. Staff Comment: YMC§ 15.05.030 Table 5.1 requires a minimum 15'rear yard setback in the R-2 zoning district; and 15'or Y building height, whichever is greatest in the R-3. • Will there be a noise buffer put up along the west existing homes such as arborvitaes? Staff Comment: Sightscreening Standard A is required on the west property line. • Loss of view as common wall homes can be 35 feet in height. Loss of privacy in developed neighborhood to the west. Staff Comment: YMC§ 15.05.030 Table 5.1 allows for maximum building height in the R-2 at 35'; maximum building height in the R-3 is 50'. Dina Williams, 420 S 98th Ave: (The following is a summarized version of comments highlighting Ms. Williams concerns regarding the proposed development.) Concerns regarding the traffic increase onto 96th Ave; speed limit increase directly after the development; congestion; accidents; and lack of a fire access lane. Her biggest concern is 14 homes sharing a common wall and how this is misleading as she believes they should be noted as 7 duplexes. In addition, she believes that you could have potentially up to four vehicles per duplex. Ms. Williams also noted concerns about annexation without notification; population density concerns; and lost drivers utilizing her 'private road'. Staff Comments: As noted above; this development has been approved for Concurrency Analysis (TCO#004-20). The review concluded that the proposed development will not exceed the capacity of the arterial street system and reserve capacity exists on all impacted arterial streets. You are correct, there is not that much difference between a common wall dwelling and a duplex, however, they are not the same thing. Duplexes exist on a single lot and these have been designed to be on their own parcel. The city of Yakima parking requirements for a single family dwelling (common wall or not) is two on site spaces. Annexation of the properties was completed on July 2nd, 2019. Public Notice of the Public Hearing was mailed out on June 6th, 2019; Public Notice was printed in the newspaper on June 7, 2019; and Annexation Signs were posted on the property on June 12, 2019, (ANX#001-18). Mr. Lynn Massong, 221 S 98th Ave: (The following is a summarized version of comments highlighting Mr. Massong's concerns regarding the proposed development.) Extreme concerns for allowing such density as it is "out of character with the surrounding area and as such, deviates from the expected norms and inherent enjoyments of those already living within the area. Mr. Massong also has concerns with increased and audible traffic noise. Staff Comments: As noted above; this development has been approved for Concurrency Analysis (TCO#004-20). The review concluded that the proposed development will not exceed the capacity of the arterial street system and reserve capacity exists on all impacted arterial streets. Minimum lot size requirements for the R-2 & R-3 zoning district is 3,500 sq ft for common wall dwellings in the R-2 and R-3, and the maximum allowable density is up to 18 dwelling units/acre in the R-2 and up to. Residential density in the R-3 are generally ir II 4 k-1 18 greater than twelve dwelling units per net residential acre. This development includes lot sizes in a range from 7,839 sq ft to 34,802 sq ft. 7. Development Services Team (DST) Review: The proposal was reviewed by the DST team. Final comments of the DST members are summarized below. a. Codes: i. The City of Yakima has adopted Appendix D107 of the International Fire Code (IFC), that requires two fire department accesses into a site based on the number of dwelling and/or multifamily units. ii. Fire hydrants will need to be provided with maximum spacing of 500 feet along streets and based on the fire flow needs of the development in accordance with Section 507 and Appendix D of the IFC. iii. These findings are not intended to be an exhaustive review of this proposal. iv. If approved, the recommended addressing for this project is: • Lot 1 420 S 97th Ave • Lot 2 418 S 97th Ave • Lot 3 416 S 97th Ave • Lot 4 414 S 97th Ave • Lot 5 412 S 97th Ave • Lot 6 410 S 97th Ave • Lot 7 408 S 97th Ave • Lot 8 406 S 97th Ave • Lot 9 404 S 97th Ave • Lot 10 402 S 97th Ave • Lot 11 403 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 • Lot 12 407 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 • Lot 13 411 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 • Lot 14 409 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 • Lot 15 413S97thAve#1 - 3 • Lot 16 415 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 • Lot 17 417 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 • Lot 18 419S97thAve#1 - 3 b. Engineering: i. YMC 8.60 and 12.05 — New 7' sidewalk per standard detail R5 shall be installed along the site's frontage on Tieton Dr., including approved ADA ramp at intersection. New curb, gutter and 5' sidewalk shall be installed along the site's new residential street. Street section shall conform to standard detail R3. ii. 12.06.020— Right of way — Tieton Dr. is classified as Collector Arterial requiring a total of 80' of right of way (40' half width). Adequate right of way shall be dedicated if necessary to provide for 40' width from centerline of right of way along frontage. 50' of right of way is required for the new residential street. Dead-end shall be provided with cul-de-sac/hammer head turnaround to accommodate emergency and refuse collection vehicles. If street is proposed to be extended in the future, an approved temporary turnaround shall be provided. 5 19 iii. YMC 12.06.080 - Street lighting - Street lights shall be installed and shall meet the design and placement standards of the city engineer. Lighting improvements shall become the property of the city of Yakima upon installation and will thereafter be maintained by the city. iv. YMC 15.06.065 - No driveway approach on a local access street may be located closer to the street intersection corner than thirty feet as measured from the property line at the corner. v. YMC 8.72 —An excavation and street break permit shall be obtained for all work within the public right of way. vi. Civil plans and an ENG permit is required for all civil work to be performed on site. vii. All improvements and shall be completed prior to Certificate of Occupancy. c. Nob Hill Water i. Nob Hill Water is available to serve the proposed project. ii. Engineered signed plans will need to be given to Nob Hill Water in order to design and work up cost estimate for installation of water mainline, services, and fire hydrants. d. Surface Water i. For the long plat I have no comments, but would like to point out that during the civil phase this project will require a large project stormwater permit and it will also have to address pass through drainage due to the steep slopes above this development. e. Streets and Traffic i. Sidewalks required on the full Tieton Drive frontage. ii. ADA ramp in each radius. ADA ramps on each side of"alley" approaches onto subdivision road. iii. Street lights required at the Tieton Drive intersection, in the phase 2 cul-de-sac, and one approximately midpoint between the two. f. Wastewater i. City sewer will need to be extended from Tieton Drive to the furthest north property so serve all proposed lots per YMC Title 12 and City of Yakima Wastewater Standard Details. g. Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District i. Parcels 171324-44415, -44415, -44416, -44417, -44418 are within the District boundary and have 6.60 combined shares of Yakima-Tieton Irrigation water so they will need to show "Irrigation Approval" on the face of the short plat. They will need to follow our Resolution 97-5. Providing for irrigation distribution facilities and easement for said facilities. h. Washington State Department of Ecology i. Based upon historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic, and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the Model Toxics Control Act cleanup levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. ii. If your project anticipates disturbing ground with the potential for stormwater discharge off-site, the NPDES Construction Stormwater General Permit is recommended. This permit requires that the SEPA checklist fully disclose I °' ►C. 1 6 20 anticipated activities including building, road construction and utility placements. Obtaining a permit may take 38-60 days. iii. The permit requires that a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (Erosion Sediment Control Plan) shall be prepared and implemented for all permitted construction sites. These control measures must be able to prevent soil from being carried into surface water and storm drains by stormwater runoff. Permit coverage and erosion control measures must be in place prior to any clearing, grading, or construction. iv. In the event that an unpermitted Stormwater discharge does occur off-site, it is a violation of Chapter 90.48 RCW, Water Pollution Control and is subject to enforcement action. v. More information on the stormwater program may be found on Ecology's stormwater website at: http://w .ecy.wa qav/proprams/wq/stormwaterlconstruction/. Please submit an application or contact Lloyd Stevens Jr. at the Dept. of Ecology, 509-574-3991 or email Llovd.stevensjr . ecy wa.gov, with questions about this permit. IV. APPLICABLE LAW: A. Urban Area Zoning Ordinance. The main purpose of the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) Title 15 (UAZO) is to implement the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and promote the general health, safety and welfare of the present and future inhabitants of the Yakima Urban Area. YMC § 15.01.030 describes the purpose and intent to promote the purpose of the UAZO. Subsection 15.03.020(C) of the UAZO indicates that the intent of the Two-Family Residential (R-2) zoning district is to: 1. Establish and preserve residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings, duplexes and other uses compatible with the intent of this district; and 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. Subsection 15.03(D) of the UAZO indicates that the intent of the Multi-Family Residential (R-3) zoning district is 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; C. I II S 7 21 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. B. YMC § 15.05.020 (H): Site design requirements and standards: Access Required: All new development shall have a minimum of twenty-feet of lot frontage upon a public road or be served by an access easement at least twenty feet in width. The purpose of this standards is to provide for vehicular access to all new development; provided, the construction of single-family on existing legally established lots is exempt from the requirements of this section. C. YMC § 15.05.030 (A): Creation of new lots— Subdivision Requirements: Table of Subdivision Requirements: • Establishes basic development criteria for lot size and width that must be met when reviewing an application for a new subdivision. For single- family dwelling construction in the R-1 zoning district, the required minimum lot size is 6,000 square feet. D. YMC § 15.05.055(1) New Development Improvement Standards Fire apparatus access roads for multiple-family residential developments and one- or two-family residential developments shall be subject to the provisions of Sections D106 and D107, respectively, of Appendix D of the International Fire Code (2009 Edition). Additionally, such residential developments shall be subject to the requirements of Section D105 of Appendix D, International Fire Code (2009 Edition), pertaining to aerial fire apparatus roads, as applicable. All provisions of the International Fire Code referenced above are hereby adopted and incorporated herein by this reference, as now existing or as hereafter amended and adopted by the city. Minimum requirements for the primary and secondary access will be at least twenty feet wide, unobstructed, paved lanes. E. YMC § 15.27.321(B)(2)(c) & (d) General Critical Areas Protective Measures: Subdivision Standards. The following standards apply to all permits or reviews under the subdivision ordinance (YMC Title 14) that contain critical areas: 1. New lots partially within the floodplain shall provide a usable building envelope (five thousand square feet or more for residential uses) outside the floodplain. 2. New lots entirely within the floodplain shall be at least one acre in area. F. YMC § 15.27.407(E) Utilities: 1. All new and replacement water supply systems and sanitary sewage systems shall be designed to minimize or eliminate infiltration of floodwaters into the systems and discharge from the systems into floodwaters; and on-site waste disposal systems shall be located to avoid impairment to them or contamination from them during flooding. C. I 0 22 2. Water wells shall be located on high ground that is not in the floodway. G. YMC § 15.27.407(F) Subdivision Proposals. Subdivision proposals shall: 1. Be consistent with the need to minimize flood damage; 2. Have roadways, public utilities and other facilities such as sewer, gas, electrical, and water systems located and constructed to minimize flood damage; 3. Have adequate drainage provided to reduce exposure to flood damage; 4. Include base flood elevation data; and 5. In the cases where base flood elevation is not available and the subdivision is greater than five acres or fifty lots, a step-back water analysis shall be required to generate the base flood elevation data. H. YMC § 12.02.010 Establishment of Easements: Public utility easements shall be established for the location of new and proposed public utility lines serving new land divisions and land development. Public utility easements shall also be established across the front of new lots and redeveloped lots to provide for future utility access as determined necessary by the city engineer. Public utility easements shall be dedicated (granted) at the time that subdivision and/or land use approval is granted. I. YMC § 12.02.020 Easement location and width: Eight-foot-wide utility easements shall be dedicated along the front of each lot in subdivisions and short subdivisions. Easements for new and/or future utility lines shall be a minimum of eight feet in width, or twice the buried depth of the utility, whichever is greater. J. YMC § 12.03.010 Sewer service required: All new lots and development shall be served by a sanitary sewer line located adjacent to the lot or development site. K. YMC § 12.03.040 Minimum sewer line size: The minimum size for public sewer lines is eight inches in diameter. L. YMC § 12.03.070 Side sewer service: Each building containing sanitary facilities shall be served by a separate private side sewer line from a public main. M. YMC § 12.04.010 Water service required: All new lots and development shall be served by a public water supply line maintained by the city of Yakima, Nob Hill Water Company, or other water purveyor, and located adjacent to the lot or development site. The water line shall be capable of providing sufficient flow and pressure to satisfy the fire flow and domestic service requirements of the proposed lots and development as approved by the city Engineer in cooperation with the code administration manager and water irrigation division manager. 3 i C. I it 9 23 N. YMC § 12.04.020 Water line extension required: Water lines shall be extended to the point where the adjoining property owner's responsibility for further extension begins. This typically requires extension across the street or easement frontage of the developing property. In some cases it will require dedication of on easement and a line extension across the property or extension along two or more sides of the developing property. Extensions will be consistent with and implement the City's adopted water comprehensive plan. O. YMC § 12.04.040 Minimum size and material standards: New water lines in the city of Yakima water system shall be constructed of Class 52 ductile iron and shall be a minimum of eight inches in diameter. Improvements and additions to the Nob Hill Water Company system shall conform to the requirements of Nob Hill Water Company. P. YMC § 12.05.010 Sidewalk installation required: "Sidewalks shall be installed along both sides of all new, improved, and reconstructed streets..." Q. YMC § 12.06.020 Right-of-way and pavement width standards: Right-of-way shall be dedicated and street surfacing provided in accordance with West Valley Neighborhood plan and Table 5-1 of the Yakima urban Area Transportation Plan, R. RCW 58.17.280 and YMC Ch. 14.15.090— Naming and numbering of short subdivisions, subdivisions, streets, lots and blocks: Any city, town or county shall, by ordinance, regulate the procedure whereby short subdivisions, subdivisions, streets, lots and blocks are named and numbered. A lot numbering system and a house address system, however, shall be provided by the municipality for short subdivisions and subdivisions and must be clearly shown on the short plat or final plat at the time of approval. S. RCW 58.17.110 and YMC 14.20.120: The city, town, or county legislative body shall inquire into the public use and interest proposed to be served by the establishment of the subdivision and dedication. It shall determine: (a) If appropriate provisions are made for, but not limited to, the public health, safety, and general welfare, for open spaces, drainage ways, streets or roads, alleys, other public ways, transit stops, potable water supplies, sanitary wastes, parks and recreation, playgrounds, schools and school grounds, and shall consider all other relevant facts, including sidewalks and other planning features that assure safe walking conditions for students who only walk to and from school; and (b) whether the public interest will be served by the subdivision and dedication. V. FINDINGS: 1. The subject properties are currently vacant. 2. This proposed preliminary plat is approximately 4.88 acres in size and has been designed for single-family residences and triplexes. SC D 10 # I 24 3. The Preliminary Long Plat is occurring as a single action and thus the density calculation is based upon a single action of dividing 4.88 acres in to 14 common wall lots and 11 triplex lots. 4. The density calculations are listed below;' Density for the proposed development as a whole: Square footage for total lots = —212,572 square feet 4 —212,572 square feet/43,560 square feet per acre 4= 4.88 acres 4= 25 dwelling units /4.88 acres 4= 5 Dwelling Units Per Net Residential Acre 5. The preliminarily platted right-of-way for the development are classified as residential access streets, requiring a total of 50 feet of right-of-way. 6. Tieton is classified as a Minor Arterial requiring a total of 80' of right of way (40' half width). Adequate right of way shall be dedicated to provide for 40' width along frontage., All interior roads are classified as Local Access, requiring a total of 50'of right of way. 7. Environmental Review was completed for this development, and a DNS was issued on October 5, 2020, and a retention of DNS was issued on October 29, 2020. 8. Comprehensive Plan. The 2040 Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map designates the subject property as suitable for Mixed Residential development. 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 The Goals and Policies that apply to this designation and proposed land use are as follows: 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(F) Townhouses. Encourage the development of townhouses in the R-2 and R-3 zones and commercial/mixed-use zones as an efficient form of housing. Design standards should emphasize pedestrian-oriented design, façade articulation, and usable open space. a c. 1 D #, _-1 il, 25 Policy 2.3.3.A Construct sidewalks along all new residential streets. Policy 2.3.3.0 Promote small block sizes to ensure good connectivity and reduced walking distances between residences and schools, parks, and services. Specifically: • Low density residential: Blocks between 400- 800 feet long are appropriate. ■ Mixed residential: Blocks between 300-660 feet long are appropriate. ■ Provide for through public through block connections for large residential blocks; • Commercial and mixed-use designations: Configure development to provide pedestrian connections at 300 to 660 feet intervals. Configure development to provide vehicular connections at 600 to 1,320 feet intervals. Allow flexibility for private internal streets to meet connectivity objectives. Goal 5.2. Preserve and improve existing residential neighborhoods. Policy 5.2.1. Invest in and improve quality of life in existing neighborhoods. Goal 5.4. Encourage design, construction, and maintenance of high quality housing. Policy 5.4.3. Encourage development of well-designed new housing in coordination with population growth employment growth, and transportation goals. 9. URBAN AREA ZONING ORDINANCE (UAZO) ............ Zoning: The subject property is zoned Two-Family and Multi-Family Residential (R-2, and R-3). a. Lot Coverage: The maximum lot coverage permitted in the R-2 zoning district is 60% and all lots will comply with that limitation. The maximum lot coverage permitted in the R-3 zoning district is 80%, and all lots within the R-3 comply will comply that limitation b. Lot Size: The preliminary plat indicates lot sizes that range from 4,304 sq ft to 16,301 sq ft. Table 5-2 of Chapter 15.05 of the UAZO provides that the minimum lot size for single family dwelling, common wall in the R-2 as 3,500 sq ft. Multi- family dwellings in the R-3 cannot exceed maximum number of dwelling units permitted per net residential acre. Additionally, lots within the flood plain have been designed to be in compliance with YMC § 15.27.321 (B)2(c) & (d). c. Lot Width: Table 5-2 of Chapter 15.05 of the UAZO prescribes a minimum lot width of 35 feet for single family dwelling, common wall units, and 50 feet for all others. All proposed lots meet or exceed the minimum requirement. d. Density: With a density of about 5 dwelling units per net residential acre (5.12 du/nra), the proposed preliminary plat complies with YMC § 15.05.030(B) and Table 4-1 of Chapter 15.04 of the UAZO. 10. CRITICAL AREAS ORDINANCE (CAO) 15.27.321(B): Subdivision Standards. The following standards apply to all permits or reviews under the subdivision ordinance (YMC Title 14) that contain critical areas: w SC, I D 12 26 1. All subdivisions that contain critical areas shall be eligible for density bonuses or other development incentives, as provided in the subdivision ordinance (YMC Title 14) and zoning ordinance (this title); 2. Critical areas shall be actively protected through the following: a. Roads and utilities for the subdivision shall avoid critical areas and their buffers, as much as possible; b. When geologically hazardous areas (excluding erosion, oversteepened slopes of intermediate risk, stream undercutting, and earthquake hazards), FEMA floodways, channel migration zones (CMZs), streams, wetlands and/or vegetative buffers fall within the boundary of a subdivision: i. Said critical areas shall be protected by placing them entirely within a separate critical area tract or by including them entirely within one of the developable parcels. Other options, such as conservation easements and building envelopes, may be deemed appropriate by the administrative official as meeting this provision when special circumstances obstruct the viability of this provision; ii. For those new lots that do contain said critical areas, usable building envelopes (five thousand square feet or more for residential uses) shall be provided on the plat that lies outside said critical areas; c. New lots partially within the floodplain shall provide a usable building envelope (five thousand square feet or more for residential uses) outside the floodplain; d. New lots entirely within the floodplain shall be at least one acre in area; e. For new lots containing streams, wetlands, and/or vegetative buffers, outdoor use envelopes shall be provided on the plat that lie outside said critical areas; f. Degraded vegetative buffers shall be restored, or provided with protection measures that will allow them to recover; g. Floodplains and critical areas shall be depicted on preliminary subdivision plats and relevant information about them disclosed on the final plat; h. Lots or parcels that lie entirely within geologically hazardous areas (excluding erosion, oversteepened slopes of intermediate risk, stream undercutting, and earthquake hazards), FEMA floodways, channel migration zones (CMZs), streams, wetlands, and/or vegetative buffers may not be further divided. The current proposal meets all development standards under 15.27.321(B). 15.27.407(F) Subdivision Proposals. Subdivision proposals shall: 1. Be consistent with the need to minimize flood damage; 2. Have roadways, public utilities and other facilities such as sewer, gas, electrical, and water systems located and constructed to minimize flood damage; 3. Have adequate drainage provided to reduce exposure to flood damage; 4. Include base flood elevation data; and 6 SC. IN II { m... . 13 27 5. In the cases where base flood elevation is not available and the subdivision is greater than five acres or fifty lots, a step-back water analysis shall be required to generate the base flood elevation data. The current proposal meets all development standards under 15.27.407(F). 11. SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE: As proposed, and with the recommended conditions, this preliminary plat meets all the design requirements of YMC Ch. 14.30 of the City's subdivision ordinance and the development standards of YMC Title 12. The recommended conditions are intended to ensure consistency with the provisions of the City's subdivision ordinance and that appropriate provisions are provided for the following: a. The proposed subdivision must be consistent with the provisions of the urban area zoning ordinance; b. The proposed subdivision must be consistent with the city of Yakima's comprehensive plan; c. The proposed subdivision must be consistent with the provisions of this title; and d. As required by RCW Chapter 58.17, the proposed subdivision must make appropriate provisions for: i. Public health, safety,welfare: The proposed subdivision will complement adjacent uses will promote the public health, safety and general welfare insofar as there is a need in this community for additional housing and insofar as this proposed preliminary plat would be required to comply with all applicable City development standards, and all conditions of approval specified by the City of Yakima Planning Commission. ii. Open spaces: The proposed lots meet or exceed the minimum sizes required in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts. iii. Drainage systems: Drainage system facilities will be provided in accordance with state and local regulations including the City of Yakima Municipal Code and the eastern Washington Storm Water Manual. iv. Streets, alleys, and other public ways: The subject property has frontage upon Tieton Dr., designated as a Minor Arterial street which requires 60-feet of right-of-way. All interior streets will be designated as Residential Access streets, requiring a total of 50 feet of right-of-way. v. Transit Stops: Yakima Transit Route 1 passes the proposed subdivision along S 96th Ave. vi. Water supplies: Public water is required to be used for domestic and fire flow purposes. An adequate water supply for this development is available from Nob Hill Water Company. vii. Sanitary waste disposal: Public sewer is required to service all lots. A City of Yakima sewer main lies within Tieton Dr., south of the proposed development, and is capable of being extended to handle the demands of this development. viii. Parks and playgrounds: Open space, parks, recreation, and 1 I 14 28 playgrounds are located approximately within 1.9 miles of this subdivision due to the proximity of West Valley Park. The proposed preliminary plat is not located in a planned parks and recreation area. Provisions for parks and recreation areas are not necessary within the proposed preliminary plat due to the size, number and location of the proposed lots and provisions for playgrounds exist at the schools which children within the proposed preliminary plat would be attending, and could also be individually provided on the lots themselves which are of a size which would allow for playground areas as needed or desired. ix. Sites for schools: Cottonwood Elementary School is located approximately within 0.5 miles, West Valley Middle School is located approximately within 2.3 miles, and West Valley High School is located approximately within 1.4 miles of this subdivision. x. Sidewalks: Sidewalks are required and will be provided along this developments frontage. 12. Based upon compliance with the standards above, it is determined that the public use and interest will be served by the approval of this subdivision: This proposed 18-lot residential subdivision is consistent with neighboring land uses and better serves the needs of the City of Yakima than the undeveloped status of the property. 13. TRANSPORTATION CONCURRENCY: This application was reviewed and approved for consistency with YMC 12.08 Transportation Capacity Management Ordinance on June 10, 2020. The proposed development will not exceed the PM peak hour capacity of the City Arterial street system and reserve capacity exists on all impacted streets. This review does not include any site development or safety issues which may be discussed at the project level or SEPA review. VI. CONCLUSIONS: 1. This Preliminary Plat complies with the general requirements for subdivision approval as specified by YMC Ch. 14.2, Ch. 15.05 and 15.27. 2. The proposed subdivision meets the density standards of the R-2 & R-3 zoning district having 5 dwelling units per net residential acre (5.12 du/nra) 3. The proposed lots encumbered by, or completely within, the floodplain are consistent with the applicable CAO standards. 4. The proposed Preliminary Long Plat has primary access via Tieton Dr. and new interior local access streets. 5. Affected streets have sufficient capacity for this proposal. 6. This proposed plat serves the public use and interest and provides for the possibility of creating new additional housing within the City of Yakima. i ', 15 29 7. The Planning Commission has jurisdiction to review a recommendation to City Council. (RCW Ch. 58.17, YMC § 1.42.030, and YMC § 14.20.100) 8. A Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on October 5, 2020 and a retention of DNS issued on October 29, 2020. 9. This preliminary subdivision complies with the goals and objectives of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Ordinance, Title 12 Development Standards and Chapter 12.08 the Traffic Concurrency Ordinance. 10. During project review it has been found that this request is in compliance with YMC §16.06.020 (B) for making a Determination of Consistency as follows: a. The proposed use is permitted within the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts. b. The proposed development is consistent with densities deemed appropriate for the R-2 and R-3 zoning district by the Yakima Municipal Code, and is similar to densities of surrounding subdivisions. c. This proposal is consistent with existing development regulations for this location, 11. The proposed plat complies with the provisions of RCW 58.17.110 and YMC 14.20.100, providing appropriately for: the public health, safety, and general welfare, open spaces, drainage ways, streets or roads, alleys, other public ways, transit stops, potable water supplies, sanitary wastes, parks and recreation, playgrounds, schools and school grounds, sidewalks and other planning features that assure safe walking conditions for citizen of the neighborhood. VII.RECOMMENDATION The Planning Division recommends that the 18-lot subdivision known as "Pottenger's Place, Phases 1-2" be approved subject to the following conditions: 1. The applicant shall submit and gain approval of civil engineered plans which provide for design of all Title 12 development standards, including but not limited to curb, gutter, sidewalk, street lighting, stormwater, and street design. All public improvements constructed within the floodplain shall be constructed using practices that minimize flood damage. 2. Prior to approval of the final plat, all approved improvements shall be constructed or financially secured according to the standards and requirements of the City Engineer and YMC Title 12. 3. All lots shall be served with public water from the Nob Hill Water Company. No individual domestic or irrigation wells shall be permitted for any of the lots. Prior to final plat approval, written verification from Nob Hill Water must be submitted to the Planning Division indicating that all construction required to provide each lot with domestic water has been completed and the fees paid. 4. All lots shall be provided with public sewer service according to YMC Title 12 standards. Prior to final plat approval, written verification from the City of Yakima Engineering Department must be provided to the Planning Division indicating that all sewer extensions have been completed and inspected or financially secured. IC. IND - 16 30 5. All public utilities constructed within the floodplain shall be designed to minimize or eliminate infiltration of floodwaters into the systems and discharge from the systems into the floodwaters. 6. A minimum 8-foot wide public utility easement must be provided adjacent to all public road rights-of-way. 7. Easements for new and/or future utilities shall be a minimum of 16-feet in width, provided that the width of easements for buried utilities will be twice the depth of the planned excavation. 8. All public and private utilities shall be located underground, with the exception of telephone boxes and such similar structures. 9. All lots shall have direct access to a public street or be accessed by an easement. Access Easement(s) can only serve one lot. 10. All public and private utilities to be located within public road rights-of-way must be constructed prior to the start of road construction. 11. Two fire department accesses into a site shall be included, based on the number of dwelling units. 12. Fire hydrants will need to be provided with maximum spacing of 500 feet along streets in accordance with Section 507 and Appendix D of the IFC. 13. New 7' sidewalk per standard detail R5 shall be installed along the site's frontage on Tieton Dr., including approved ADA ramp at intersection. New curb, gutter and 5' sidewalk shall be installed along the site's new residential street. Street section shall conform to standard detail R3. 14. Adequate right of way shall be dedicated if necessary to provide for 40' width from centerline of right of way along the Tieton frontage. 50' of right of way is required for the new residential street. Dead-end shall be provided with cul-de-sac/hammer head turnaround to accommodate emergency and refuse collection vehicles. If street is proposed to be extended in the future, an approved temporary turnaround shall be provided. 15. Street lights shall be installed and shall meet the design and placement standards of the city engineer. Lighting improvements shall become the property of the city of Yakima upon installation and will thereafter be maintained by the city. 16. No driveway approach on a local access street may be located closer to the street intersection corner than thirty feet as measured from the property line at the corner. 17. An excavation and street break permit shall be obtained for all work within the public right of way. 18. Irrigation Approval for Yakima Tieton Irrigation shall be shown on the face of the final plat. 6- *C. IN 10 _ 1 17 31 19. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic, and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the Model Toxics Control Act cleanup levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. 20. An NPDES Construction Stormwater General Permit from the Department of Ecology is recommended if ground disturbing activities have the potential to discharge stormwater off site. 21. This plat shall be subject to the following notes, which must be placed on the face of the plat: a. The addresses shown on this plat are accurate as of the date of recording, but may be subject to change. The City of Yakima Building Codes Division is responsible for the confirmation or reassignment of addresses at the time of building permit issuance. 22. During project construction, all contractors shall adhere to the City of Yakima noise regulations regarding hours of construction. 23. All other requirements of the zoning and subdivision ordinance, although not specifically set forth herein, shall be complied with in their entirety. 24. Upon preliminary plat approval, the applicant has five years to submit the final plat. 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N NN Tier ri Li In blrt Lir z A LI licbocw, Proposal: Proposed long plat that will subdivide four parcels totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 10 common- wall lots and 8 triplex lots. The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. 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, lc " or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein. Date Created: 10/5/2020 Doc. 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Engineering and Land Surveying,Inc. vmw.hlacivil.corn LAN , REVIEWED W v: mRH/ToF : 2 . .. .......... ........- ...- PRELIMINARY PLAT REVISION ,,,,,,i 'ENTERED 3Y: AJH - .... . .. .... . 40 "PLAT OF POTTENGER'S PLACE" PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20, TCO#004-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER D DST Review & Agency Comments D-1 Comments from Mike Shane,Water/Irrigation Engineer 06/15/2020 D-2 Comments from Diana Woods, Yakima County FCZD 07/14/2020 D-3 DST Request for Comments 07/30/2020 D-4 Comments Submitted via SmartGov from: Kirsten McPherson (Nob Hill Water), Randy Meloy (Surface Water), Joe Rosenlund (Traffic Engineering), Dana Kallevig(Wastewater) D-5 Comments from Tricia Sawyer,Department of Ecology 07/30/2020 D-6 Comments from Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District 07/30/2020 D-7 Comments from Glenn Denman, Building Official 08/03/2020 D-8 Comments from Gwen Clear, Department of Ecology 10/22/2020 D-9 Comments from Lisa Maxey, Permit Project Coordinator 12/01/2020 41 A':1.1"S C WHARCNITY DE I ICLOP-11CCW'DEPAR15111811 )(fide of Code Ad intstration :158.,,t 129 North Second Street,2"1 Floor Yak! athington 98901 (509)575-6126 F -(509)576-6576 codes(atyakt awa.gov www.buildingyakithaato Rataatt„ a-77- December 1, 2020 To: Colleda Monick, Community Development Specialist From: Lisa Maxey, Permit Project Coordinator Subject. PLP#002-20 -SEPA#013-20 CAO#007-20 - Ray Novobielski- 18 Lots— 10 Common Wall Single Family Residences and 8 Triplex Lots If approved, the recommended addressing for this proposal is: Lot 1 420 S 97th Ave Lot 2 418 S 97th Ave Lot 3 416 S 97th Ave Lot 4 414 S 97th Ave Lot 5 412 S 97th Ave Lot 6 410 S 97th Ave Lot 7 408 S 97th Ave Lot 8 406 S 97th Ave Lot 9 404 S 97th Ave Lot 10 402 S 97th Ave Lot 11 403 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 Lot 12 407 S 97th Ave#1- 3 Lot 13 411 S 97th Ave#1- 3 Lot 14 409 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 Lot 15 413 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 Lot 16 415 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 Lot 17 417 S 97th Ave#1 - 3 Lot 18 419 S 97th Ave#1- 3 Any work to be performed in City right-of-way requires an Excavation permit from City Engineering prior to commence work YMC 8.72 I # 1 I -- v vo.Lp li,,,,,:,.„......00 PRELIMINARY PLAT OF WIPAiNiti "POTTENGER'S PLACE" u:, 4+�f co ikv (A PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST TTTT 24,T.13N., R 17E.,W_M.) r : �' .,,,,„ /2b itiO , i" .:.• - FE. ;s:t ter' '%" ,11,404.: 44,•,... .....,,,,..i } •,F. 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H L� wa »t*ac w PLAT OF POTTENGER'S PLACE 2 sixsnc� ADD i - _ CITY OF YAKIMA,YAKIMA COUNTY,WASHINGTON #",�...f1( ypr.9=rtt LfS. ki1 3n- vws h,aiwl[um .•M.4t,�• .,r * t ,.r,, 2 a,Ex.-, �L;MINARY E�,tA` iv INDEX .i.I1F1Y/.ri.1.iF' 43 ,t&r, Oittat 1**N\ OC r 4 2021 STATE OF WASHINGTON x A DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY 1250 West Alder Street • Union Gap, Washington 98903-0009 • (509) 5/5-2490 October 22, 2020 Colleda Monick City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Re: SEPA Register 202005130, PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20 Dear Colleda Monick: Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Determination of Non Significance for the subdivision of approximately 4.88 acres into 18 residential lots, proposed by Ray Novobielski. We have reviewed the documents and have the following comments. WATER QUALITY Project with Potential to Discharge Off-Site If your project anticipates disturbing ground with the potential for stormwater discharge off-site,the NPDES Construction Stormwater General Permit is recommended. This permit requires that the SEPA checklist fully disclose anticipated activities including building,road construction and utility placements. Obtaining a permit may take 38-60 days. The permit requires that a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan(Erosion Sediment Control Plan)shall be prepared and implemented for all permitted construction sites.These control measures must be able to prevent soil from being carried into surface water and storm drains by stormwater runoff. Permit coverage and erosion control measures must be in place prior to any clearing,grading, or construction. In the event that an unpermitted Stormwater discharge does occur off-site,it is a violation of Chapter 90.48 RCW, Water Pollution Control and is subject to enforcement action. More information on the stormwater program may be found on Ecology's stormwater website at: http://www.ecy.wLgoviorograms/wq/storrawaterIconstruction/. Please submit an application or contact Lloyd Stevens Jr. at the Dept. of Ecology,509-574-3991 or email lloyd.stevensjrapecy.wa.gov,with questions about this permit. Sincerely, 1,7to ik 0(4. a Gwen Clear Environmental Review Coordinator Central Regional Office 509-575-2012 cresepaAecy.wagov * 4 • 44 "Lit. 4,... C UNITY V L NT E A T ENT 9.1'). t Co e A inistration (vision ( .....,1 :,..04 129 Tort econ treet, 2n loos Yaki a, as ington ' 1 •,w, ,„ hone(5 ) 575- 126 s (5 ) 576-6576 \\:?: A: ; co es990)91 9911,9 99 • mcw. ull LI jog( moo August 3, 2020 Colleda Monick City of Yakima Planning Division 129 N 2nd St. Yakima, WA 98901 From: Glenn Denman, Building Official Re: DST Comments: PLP#002-20, 9711 Tieton Dr The City of Yakima has adopted Appendix D107 of the International Fire Code (IFC), that requires two fire department accesses into a site based on the number of dwelling and/or multifamily units. Fire hydrants will need to be provided with maximum spacing of 500 feet along streets and based on the fire flow needs of the development in accordance with Section 507 and Appendix D of the IFC. These findings are not intended to be an exhaustive review of this proposal. t • :-..... i I . . _ 2015 4 , i 4. 1994 45 Fr 1 El%Wk. City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments July 30,2020 JUL 3 „ P u, 2020 To: PLANiv T141(1104 ING City of Yakima Development Services Team From: Colteda Monick, Community Development Specialist Subject: Request for Comments Applicant: Ray Novobielski File Number PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20 Location: .9711 Tieton Dr Parcel Number(s): _'171324-44415,-44416,-44417 and-44418 *Proposed long plat that will subdivide four parcels totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 14 common-wall lots and 11 triplex lots. The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. *After initial review of the Proposed Preliminary Plat of Pottenger Place, it has been identified that the submitted plat layout does not meet the standards for new lots that are within the floodplain, per YMC § 15.27.321(B), and next steps are being devised. Please review the attached application and site plan and prepare any written comments you might have regarding this proposa1, by August 4,2020. My email address is colleda.monick@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)576-6772. Commeiis: Parcels 171324 -44415,-44416, 44117,-44418 are within the District boundary and have 6.60 _ combined shares of Yakima-Tieton Irrigation water so they will need to show "Irrigation _ Approval"on the face of the short plat. They will need to follow our Resolution 97-5. Providing _ r- for irrigation distribution facilities and easement for acid facilities. Contact Person Department/Agency Cik) r cpto-i, i‘s DOC. INDEX # D (fi 46 51,141, 411:„ 11; STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY 1250 West Alder Street * Union Gap, Washington 98903-0009 * (509) 5'75-2490 July 30, 2020 /If 07,7 IT - " Colleda Monick T Kii City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Re: PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20 & CAO#007-20 Dear Colleda Monick: Thank you for the opportunity to comment during the optional determination of nonsignificance process for the Pottenger's Place subdivision of approximately 4.88 acres into 14 single family common-wall lots and 11 triplex lots. This project is proposed by Eric Herzog on behalf of Ray Novobielski. We have reviewed the documents and have the following comments. TOXICS CLEAN-UP Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic, and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the Model Toxics Control Act cleanup levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. If you have any questions or would like to respond to these Toxics Clean-up comments, please contact Valerie Bound at 509-454-7886 or email at valerie.boundAecy,wa,gov. Sincerely, Tricia Sawyer on behalf of Gwen Clear Environmental Review Coordinator Central Regional Office 509-575-2012 rrosepagecy.wa.gov 202003617 DST COMMENTS — Plat of Pottenger's Place - PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20 ,.„. Id Nate Type Code Text Begin End CreatedBy Attach • s Permit DST- NOB HILL WATER IS AVAILABLE TO SERVE THE PROPOSED PROJECT ENGINEERED SIGNED PLAItIS DST Workflow NOB HILL WILL NEED TO BE GIVEN TO NOB HILL WATER IN ORDER TO DES1014 AND WORK UP COST ESTIMATE 07/21/2020 kirsten..mcpherson@yakimawa.gov COMMENTS Step WATER FOR INSTALLATION CM WATER MAINLINE,SERVICES,AND PIPE HYDRANTS Type x id Note Type Code Text Begin End Brea -•:y Attachments DST- For the long plat I have no comments,but would like to point out that during the civil phase this project will require a large Permit DST SURFACE project stoimwater permit and it will also have to address pass through drainage due to the steep slopes above this 06/15/2020 randameloy@yekimawa.gov Workflow Step COMMENTS WATER development. 7 i- xi Id Note Type xi- Text Begin End Great m Attachments Permit DST- Sidewalks required on the full Tieton Drive frontage ADA ramp in each radius.ADA ramps on each DST Workflow TRAFFIC side of"alley'approaches onto subdivision road..Street lights required at the Tieton Drive 08/06/2020 joe.rosenlund@yakimawa.gov COMMENTS Step ENG intersection,in the phase 2 cul-de-sac,and one approximately midpoint between the two. IA A Id Note Type Code Text Begin , CreatedBy A • merits Permit Worlyflow DST- DST I 08/12/2020 City sewer will rieed to be extended from'Defog Drive to the furthest north property so serve al dana.kallevig@yakimawa.gov Step WASTEWATER COMMENTS pmposed lots per ELIO Tide 12 and City of Yakima Wastaffrater Standard Details. _s -.I i • 1 II . ' — 48 AWN 4 WVX City mfYakima Development Services Team ��qu��kFo���mmonemts - July 3O. 2O2O To: --City of Yakima Development Services Team -- ,From: Ueda K8oniok, Community Development Specialist Subject: t for Comments — Applicant: RoyNovobie|mki file Number: PLP#nr '-"'20. SEP/#�013-20. CAO#007-20 Location- 9711 Tief nDr ' ParomANmmmbmr(s): 171324-44415... ......44418. -44417mnd -44410 Proposed long plat that will subdivide four parcels toto|(ng approximately 4.88 aonaa into 14 oonnmon-wm| | 4z and 11 triplex lots. The site in located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is |000had partially within the f|oodp|nin. *After initial review ofthe Proposed Preliminary Plat of Pottenger P|ace, it has been identified that the submitted plat layout does not meet the standards for new lots that are within the Uoodp|ain. perYK8C § 15.27.321(B), and next steps are being devised. __ Please review thea�amhed application and site p|an and prepare any written comments you might have regondinQ this pnoposa\. bv August 4. 202D. W4y email address i000||adm.nnonick@xokimowa.gov and the Planning Department's fax number in (50Q) 575-81O5. Should you have any questions, or require additional information, please call nnaat(5OS) 576'8772. ___ ___ Comments: __ Contact Person - bepartment/Aomnoy N��0�W��' �����m�w� �� ��_ 4e � M Lisa � " From: Calhoun, Joseph Sent: Wednesday,July 15, 2O2O8:O3AK4 To: 'Dianna VVuods';Joel Fneudentha|; David Haws; Troy Havens Cc: K4onick [oUeda; Davenport, Joan � Subject: RE: Novobie|ski, PottenBer's Place, PLP#OO2-2Q' SEPA#01]-20' [AD#0O7-20 ' Dianna, Thank you for comments from the FCZD. We have been working with this developer for quite some time on floodplain issues and I have attempted to inform them of the standards no numerous occasions. Obviously the ti/oem being what they are, communication is more di0Ocuit. We are aware of the inconsistency mbovvn in the development with the code and will he working with the developer mnmremedy. Because l,no sure the question will cmne up, will the Shaw Creek project include any modification to the Uoudp\ain in this area? In past conversations with the developer it seems that question was asked but I can't quite recall any specifies and I 6o not know if they have ever engaged the county in this conversation. Thanks, Joseph Calhoun PlanningManager anagez City ufYakima 509-575-6042 p ov ZOO a WVNh8n�v� ` From: Dianna Woods Sent:Tuesday,July 14, 2O2O4:23PK4 To: Davenport,Joan Monick, [o| Cc:Troy Havens Joe| Fneudentha| David Haws Subject: Novobie|aki, Pottenger'o Place, PLP#OO2-2C\ SEPA#O13-2O, CAO#OD7-ZO ` Hi ]oan — Thankyou for this opportunity to comment. I was surprised to see this preliminary plat lay-out in the floodplain, since both of our jurisdictions have a minimum lot size for subdivisions in floodplains. For new lots totally within the floodplain the minimum size is one acre and those partially in the Moodp|ain must provide a usable building envelope outside the Oomdp|ain (minimum of 5,000 square feet). YMC 15.27.321 B.2.c. &d. It appears that at least 4 lots are completely within thef|omdp|ain — lots 22-25. And lots 12-14 may not pass the requirement for e buildable envelope outside the Mmodp|ain. Maintaining e lower density ofhomes in Mmodp|ains is a sure way for Yakima to minimize new flood risk. Please let me know if you have questions or my interpretation of the municipal code is inco ���N����� = _�� z � 50 Sincerely, [Troy&Joel—the notice is saved here.] ", V44- 4, CFM Program Analyst FCZD / Water Resources dianna.woods@coNakima.wa.us (509) 574-2328 Desk • • 2 51 teh5/202-0 DATE: ! , , TO: Colleda Monick,Associate Planner FROM: Mike Shane,Interim Development Engineer RE: PLP#002-20—9711 Tieton Dr. (Parcel#17132444415)— RAY NOVOBIELSKI- "POTTENGER'S PLACE" Project Description—Proposed long plat that will subdivide four parcels totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 25 residential lots. The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. This project requires Title 8 and 12 improvements,including but not limited to the following: YMC 8.60 and 12.05—New 7' sidewalk per standard detail R5 shall be installed along the site's frontage on Tieton Dr.,including approved ADA ramp at intersection.New curb,gutter and 5' sidewalk shall be installed along the site's new residential street. Street section shall conform to standard detail R3. 12.02—Easements shall be established per this chapter. 12.06.020—Right of way—Tieton Dr. is classified as Collector Arterial requiring a total of 80' of right of way(40' half width). Adequate right of way shall be dedicated if necessary to provide for 40'width from centerline of right of way along frontage. 50' of right of way is required for the new residential street. Dead-end shall be provided with cul-de-sac/hammer head turnaround to accommodate emergency and refuse collection vehicles. If street is proposed to be extended in the future,an approved temporary turnaround shall be provided. YMC 12.06.080- Street lighting- Street lights shall be installed and shall meet the design and placement standards of the city engineer. Lighting improvements shall become the property of the city of Yakima upon installation and will thereafter be maintained by the city. YMC 15.06.065-No driveway approach on a local access street may be located closer to the street intersection corner than thirty feet as measured from the property line at the corner. YMC 8.72—An excavation and street break permit shall be obtained for all work within the public right of way. Civil plans and an ENG permit is required for all civil work to be performed on site. All improvements and shall be completed prior to Certificate of Occupancy. Mike Shane-Water/Irrigation Engineer (509)576-6480 Fax(509)575-6187 mike.shane@yakimawa.gov it I I # 52 s PLACE"TCO#004-20 TTENGER9 "PLAT OF -p CAO#007-20, SEPA#013-20, PLP#002-20, EXHIBPITTELRISET CHA , ,„=tonakil SEPA Checklist ""„„wilitigiazi! 05/18/2020 Checklist SEPA 1101#4* E-1 53 0 ENVIRONMENTAL TAKENME FNROTMAwAl: 1C97.7.E96007 CHECKLIST STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT(SEPA) .,.., YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 ... PURPOSE OF CHECKLIST The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), RCW Ch. 43.21C, requires all governmental agencies to consider the environmental impacts of a proposal before making decisions. An environmental impact statement(EIS) must be prepared for all proposals with probable significant adverse impacts on the quality of the environment.The purpose of this checklist is to provide information to help you and the agency identify impacts from your proposal(and to reduce or avoid impacts from theyroposal,if it can be done)and to help the agency decide whether an EIS is required. . . INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS . i This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Governmental agencies use this checklist to determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant, requiring preparation of an EIS. Answer the questions briefly,with the most precise information known,or give the best description you can. You must answer each question accurately and carefully,to the best of your knowledge.In most cases,you should be able to answer the questions from your own observations or project plans without the need to hire experts. If you really do not know the answer, or if a question does not apply to your proposal,write"do not know"or"does not apply".Complete answers to the questions now may avoid unnecessary delays later. Some questions ask about governmental regulations,such as zoning,shoreline,and landmark designations. Answer these questions if you can. If you have problems,the governmental agencies can assist you. 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. USE OF CHECKLIST FOR NONPROJECT PROPOSALS Complete this checklist for non-project proposals,even though questions may be answered"does not apply."IN ADDITION, complete the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS(part D). For non-project actions, the references in the checklist to the words "project," "applicant," and "property or site" should be read as"proposal," 'proposer," and"affected geoqaphic area,"respectively. A.BACKGROUND INFORMATION(To be completed by the applicant.) 1. Name of Proposed Project(If Applicable): Preliminary Plat of Pottenger's Place RECEIVED 2. Applicant's Name& Phone: Ray Novobielsi (509)952-9000 MAY 1 8 . , 2020 3. Applicant's Address: 200 Abbcc Lane,Yakima, WA 98908 A A PLANNING 011/ ,., 4. Contact Person &Phone: Eric Herzog,PLS,HLA Engineering and Land Surveying(509)966-7000 5. Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima 6. Date the Checklist Was Prepared: May 13,2020 7. Proposed Timing or Schedule(Including Phasing,If Applicable): The Plat of Pottenger's Place will be developed in two phases, and anticipate construction starting in Fall 2020. 8. Do you have any plans for future additions,expansion,or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes,explain: This SEPA is in conjunction with a Preliminary Plat Pottenger's Place and construction of the proposed residential buildings. The property will be fully developed upon completion of this project. . ., DOC. Revised 07/2014 INDEX Page 4 # El 54 • 9. List any environmental information you know about that has been prepared,or will be prepared,directly related to this proposal: None known to applicant. 10. Do you know whether applications are pending for governmental approvals of other proposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal?If yes,explain: None known to applicant. 11. List any government approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal,if known: City of Yakima Preliminary Plat Approval City of Yakima-SEPA Determination. City of Yakima-Stormwater Approval. City of Yakima-Building Permit Approval. City of Yakima-Plan review and approval,and construction approval for municipal facilities constructed by private parties. 12. Give a brief,but 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.): i The proposed Pottenger's Place site will subdivide approximately 4.88 acres into 26-lots. The lot sizes will vary in size from approximately 4,3aititquare feet t , square feet. The lots will have frontage onto a public roadway which will need to be improved as part of this project. 44(0. Access to the plat will be from Tieton Drive. Nob Hill Water will serve the lots with domestic water. City of Yakima sewer will serve the sewerage needs. Storm water will all be contained on-site in retention swales,or underground infiltration. 13. Location of the proposal.Give sufficient information for a person to understand the precise location of your pro- posed 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.: The proposed Pottenger's Place Plat is located on the north side of Tieton Drive 300 feet west of S.96th Avenue in the SE Quarter of Section 24,Township 13 North,Range 17 E.W.M B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) Space Resented for Agency Comments 1. Earth a. General description of the site(V one): RECE1V D El flat EJ rolling El hilly El steep slopes Li mountainous [1other Gently Sloping b. What is the steepest slope on the site(approximate percent slope)?The steepest slope is CITY approximately 2 percent. MAY 8 2 20 OF YAM c, What general types of soils are found on the site(for example,clay,sand,gravel,peat, PLANNING DI muck)? If you know the classification of agricultural soils,specify them and note any prime farmland. National Resources Conservation Service Soil Mapping was consulted regarding the on-site soils at the plant site. The USDA Soil Conservation Service (SCS) indicated the primary soil for the site is a Kittitas Silt Loam which is a CL,MI,or A-4 soil DOC. Revised 07/2014 Page 5 INDEX **". I • • 55 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) ,Space Reserved for Agency Comments type. The remainder of the site is Naches Loam,which is a CL,SC or A-4 soil type.The Kittitas Silt Loam,and Naches Silt Loam are considered prime farmland if irrigated. d. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity?If so,describe. There are no known indications of unstable soils on site or in the immediate vicinity. e. Describe the purpose, type, and approximate quantities of any filling or grading proposed.Indicate source of fill. The project consists of usual and normal embankment construction for new streets and building lots.No net increase or decrease in quantity of material is anticipated within either construction project, so the same floodplain volume is available after the project is completed. There will be approximatly 2,000 cubic yards of cut and fill across the parcel to build the roadway. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use'? If so, generally describe. It is possible erosion could occur during the construction phase of the development, but it is not expected. After construction is completed, each individual residential lot will be landscaped,and long-term erosion is unlikely to occur. g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction(for example,asphalt or buildings)? Pottenger's Place will be constructed in accordance with R-2 and R-3 standards, with approximately 60-percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfacing in the R-2 zone and 80 percent in the R-3 zone. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion,or other impacts to the earth,if any: 1 During the site development and construction activities,the contractor will be required to utilize appropriate erosion control Best Management Practices, and regulatory erosion control stormwater management plans will be implemented. Silt fencing and dust control measures will be implemented. Storm drainage improvements will be constructed to comply with City of Yakima standards. The site will be permanently stabilized post- construction by sodding and landscaping. 2. Air a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal (i.e., dust, automobile,odors,industrial wood smoke)during construction and when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. RECEIVED Typical emissions of dust and automobile odors will be generated during construction. Dust control procedures will be in place during construction to limit the dust to the maximum extent practicable.Construction activity will be limited to area immediately adjacent to the MAY I 8 2020 construction area. Dust is not expected after construction as the site will be fully landscaped and irrigated,or will be covered with asphalt concrete pavement.After project completion, CITY OF YAKIMA there will be no adverse effects on the air,the emissions will be from automobiles belonging PLANNING DIV. to local residents and staff. Minimal emissions from commercial heating devices may occur after project completion.Approximate quantities are not known. b. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so,generally describe. None are known to exist. DOOR Revised 07/2014 INDEX Page 6 E.- 1 56 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air,if any: The contractor shall comply with Yakima County Clean Air Authority regulatory requirements.The contractor may be required to use dust control measures such as watering of the construction area to eliminate wind-borne erosion if a problem arises. The contractor will also be required to clean mud and dust from public roadways as necessary.In addition, construction equipment will be well maintained to prevent excessive exhaust emissions. 3. Water a. Surface: I. 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.There are no existing surface bodies of water within the development. 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. No development is planned within 200 feet of any streams. 3. Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or re moved from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. No fill or dredge material will be placed or removed from any surface water or wetlands. 4. Will the proposal require surface water withdrawals or diversions?Give general description,purpose,and approximate quantities if known. The new development will not require any surface water withdrawals or diversions. 5. Does the proposal lie within a 100-year floodplain? If so,note location on the site plan. The northerly portion of the site is within a 100-year floodplain. The floodplain is shown on the attached mapping. 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. The proposal will not discharge any waste material to surface waters. b. Ground: I. Will ground water be withdrawn, or will water be discharged to ground water? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. The proposal will not withdraw or discharge to ground water. Temporary dewatering during construction of the sewer line is likely to occur, quantities are unknown. Domestic RECEIVED water supply is proposed from the Nob Hill Water which has deep source water wells. 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 following chemicals...; agricultural;etc.).Describe the general size of the system, CITY MANYOrniNy: 2 I.. the number of such systems,the number of houses to be served(if applicable),or PLA 01V2. the number of animals or humans the system(s)are expected to serve. Waste materials will not be discharged from any source into the ground. The projects will be connected to City of Yakima public sanitary sewer. c. Water Runoff(including stormwater): DOC. INDEX Revised 07/2014 # £ I Page 7 57 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments I 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. The sources of water runoff will be primarily from rainfall and snowmelt. The runoff is proposed to be collected and managed on-site via surface retention and infiltration facilities or underground infiltration facilities. Stormwater treatment and disposal facilities will be designed and sized in accordance with the Eastern Washington Storm Water Manual and City of Yakima standards. This project will not result in the discharge of storm water into a surface water body. 2. Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so,generally describe. No waste materials are anticipated to enter ground or surface waters. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water impacts, if any: Stormwater runoff from the roads will be retained, treated, and disposed of on-site via surface retention and infiltration facilities, or underground infiltration facilities. Stormwater from homes will be directed onto landscaped areas on each residential lot. Accepted BMP engineering practices for stormwater drainage systems will be implemented to collect and manage the surface and runoff water impacts. 4. Plants: a. Check(I)types of vegetation found on the site: Deciduous Tree: E:1 AlderCFMaple El Aspen Eg Other Evergreen Green: El Fir El Cedar El Pine El Other 0 Shrubs Grass 0 Pasture Crop Or Grain El Other Wet Soil Plants: El Cattail 0Buttercup El Bullrush ['Skunk Cabbage 0 Other Water Plants: El Milfoil El Eelgrass El Water Lily Ei Other other Types Of Vegetation: b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? The development will be cleared of existing natural occurring pasture grasses and trees where necessary for the construction of the street,utility improvements,and home construction. c. List threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. There are no listed endangered or threatened plants on the project site or within the general project vicinity. ti Proposed landscaping,use of native plants,or other measures to preserve or enhance vegetation on the site,if any:The completed residential homesites will be landscaped with typical residential lawns,trees,flowers,and shrubs. 5. Animals: RECEIVED a. Check(V)any birds and animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site: MAY I 8 2020 Birds: Hawk 0 Heron CI Eagle NSongbirds El Other Mammals: Deer Bear 0 Elk fl Beaver fl Other CIIY OF YAKIrviik Fish: 0 Bass 0 Salmon 0 Trout E Herring El Shellfish 0 Other PLANNING DIV., b. List any threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. There are no known endangered or threatened species on or near the project site. c. Is the site part of a migration route? If so,explain.Most of Washington State is part of the Pacific Flyway migratory route for birds. DOC. INDEX Revised 07/2014 Page 8 58 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments d. Proposed measures to preserve or enhance wildlife,if any: None. 6. Energy and Natural Resources 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. It is anticipated that electricity and/or natural gas will be the primary sources of cooling and heating the residences. Electricity will also be used for normal residential demands of lighting,etc.During construction: equipment fuel. b. Would your project affect the potential use of solar energy by adjacent properties?If so, generally describe. The project will not affect the potential use of solar energy by adjacent properties. 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: New construction will be built to Washington State Energy Codes and as required by the International Building Code. 7. Environmental Health 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. There are no known environmental health hazards that could occur as a result of proposal.A fuel spill may occur as a result of construction activities. I. Describe special emergency services that might be required. There are no known .: emergency services that would be needed as a result of this new building. Emergency medical aid may be required should an injury occur during construction. 2. Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: There are no known environmental health hazards associated with this proposal, therefore there are no,proposed measures. b. Noise 1. What types of noise exist in the area,which may affect your project(for example: traffic,equipment,operation,other)? Traffic noise from adjacent public streets. 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)?Indicate what hours noise would come from the site. Short-term noise consists of construction activities associated with commercial RECEIVEC construction.Construction noise can be expected from approximately 7:00 a.m.to 7:00 p.m. MAY 1 8 2n2G Long-term noise is expected from the typical residential maintenance equipment, i.e. lawn mowers,leaf blowers,power trimmers,snow blowers,etc.during daylight hours. IY ��� PLANNING DIV, 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control noise impacts,if any: No adverse noise impacts are anticipated;however,we propose to restrict construction to 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.. In addition, we will comply with the City of Yakima and Yakima County Noise Ordinance,as it applies to this project. 8. Land and Shoreline Use DOC. Revised 07/2014 INDEX©IX Page 9 # — - 59 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments a. OVhat is the current use oithe site and adjacent properties?The project area consists of unused open land. There is open land located immediately to the north and east of the subject parcel. Residential homes are located to the all sides of the subject property. b. Has the site been used for agriculture? If so, describe. The site has not been used for agriculturally for fruit production. The site has been used to pasture cows or grow alfalfa. c. Describe any structures on the site.There are no structures on the site. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so,what?No. e. What is the current zoning classification of the site?R-2 and R-3. f What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site?R-3. g. If applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? Not applicable. h. Has any part of the site been classified as an "environmentally sensitive" area? If so specify.There a 100 year floodplain across the northern portion of the property. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? Approximately42-7-people(2.7 people per home)would reside in the completed project. CL,g_ j, Approximately how many people would the completed project displace?None k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts,if any.Not applicable. I. Proposed measures to ensure the proposal is compatible with existing and projected land uses and plans,if any: The current zoning for these properties is determined that the properties are suitable for uses permitted in the respective single family and multi-family zoning district. Pro'ect meets the current and future land use plans of the City of Yakima. 9. Housing a. Approximately how many units would be provided, if any? Indicate whether high, middle,or low-income housing.Approximately.47,middle income,single family housing units will be created, 3Lf b. Approximately how many units,if any, would be eliminated? Indicate whether high, middle,or low-income housing.None. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control housing impacts,if any:Not applicable. 10. Aesthetics RECEIVED a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structures,not including antennas;what are the principal exterior building materials proposed? Most likely less than 35 feet in max height. Principal building materials will consist of stone,brick, stucco,wood. MAY 1 8 2020 CITY OF YAKirlik b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed?None known. PLANNING DIV c. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: The proposed buildings will be similar in appearance as neighboring buildings to further control aesthetic impacts. Compliance with zoning and building code regulations regarding building height, lot coverage and setbacks will also be in effect. 11. Light and Glare OOC. Revised 07/2014 INDEX Page 10 # Erni. 60 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for -Agency Comments a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur? Typical and normal residential and residential apartment security night lighting form dusk until dawn. b. Could light or glare from the finished project be a safety hazard or interfere with views?The light or glare is not expected to pose any safety hazards or interfere with any views. c. What existing off-site sources of light or glare may affect your proposal?None. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts,if any: Proposed street lighting, security lighting, and possible accent lighting will be directed downward throughout the development.Encourage the use of lowest necessary wattage. 12. Recreation a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? City of Yakima owned park,West Valley Park, at South 80t°Avenue lies 7,500 feet to the southeast of the subject property and recreational activities take place at the park fields. Other known recreational activities in the general area consist of fishing, biking, golfing and walking/jogging. b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. No. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts on recreation, including recreation opportunities to be provided by the project or applicant,if any:None needed. 13. Historic and Cultural Preservation a. Are there any places or objects listed on, or proposed for, national, state, or local preservation registers known to be on or next to the site? If so, generally describe. According to the Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation's (DAIIP) Washington Information System for Architectural and Archeological Records Data (WISAARD),there are no registered properties within or adjacent to the project limits. b. Generally describe any landmarks or evidence of historic,archaeological,scientific,or cultural important known to be on or next to the site.There are no known landmarks or evidence of historic, archaeological, scientific, or other cultural significance located on or near the site. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts, if any: There are no known impacts, RECEIVED therefore no measures are proposed. If,during construction,artifacts are found,then work within the area will cease and the proper authority will be notified. MAY 1 8 2020 14. Transportation ... a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site,and describe proposed access to CITY OF YAKIMA the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. The proposed Pottenger's Place - PLANNING DIV. development has frontage along Tieton Drive. The development has two access points to Tieton Drive. See site plan. b. Is site currently serviced by public transit?If not,what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? Yes, nearest transit stop is 8,400 feet to the east along Tieton Drive. c. How many parking spaces would the completed project havOC How many would the project eliminate?None �©� 1 000.Revised 07/2014 Page I1 1 61 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for ........ .. .... Agency Comments In Pottenger's Place, each homesite will have a minimum of 2 off-street parking spaces. There will be on-street parallel parking along the public roadway within the development. No parking spaces will be eliminated. d. Will the proposal require any new roads or streets,or improvements to existing roads or streets,not including driveways?If so,generally describe(indicate whether public or private).The proposed development has frontage along Tieton Drive. The development has two access points to Tieton Drive and will have public internal roads throughout the subdivision. See attached preliminary plat drawing. e. Will the project use (or occur in the immediate vicinity of) water, rail, or air transportation?If so,generally describe.No. ................ f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project? If known,indicate when peak volumes would occur. In Pottenger's Place,based upon the Ninth Edition(2012)of the Institute of Transportation Engineers(ITE)Trip Generation Manual,a single family residential project(Land Use 210) is anticipated to generate approximately 9.57 vehicle trips per weekday per residence. That equates to approximately 450 vehicle trips per day for(50%entering and 50%exiting). g. Proposed measures to reduce or control transportation impacts, if any: No measures are planned. Tieton Drive has frontage improvements and the service level was designed to accommodate traffic loads from within the development. 15. Public Services a. Would the project result in an increased need for public services (for example: fire protection,police protection,health care,schools,other)?If so,generally describe: The project will have probable incremental increased demand for fire and police protection, public safety services and schools could be anticipated,relative to the potential population increase. b. Describe the utilities that are proposed for the project,the utility rovidin the service, and the general construction activities on the site or in the immediate vicinity,which might be needed. Water from Nob Hill Water and Sewer from the City of Yakima are available to serve the property and would be extended to serve new buildings. ...16. Utilities RECEIVED a. Circle utilities currently available at the site: electricity, natural arts, water, refuse service,telephone,sanitary sewer,septic system,other. MAY 1 8 2020 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 ary of YAKIv1, might be needed.Answered above PLANNING DIV, Domestic Water: Nob Hill Water Association Sanitary Sewer: City of Yakima Refuse: City of Yakima or private company Power: Pacific Power Telephone: Qwest or Charter Irrigation: Yakima Tieton ^ g • Revised 07/2014 INDEX Page 12 62 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments Natural Gas: Cascade Natural Gas Company C. SIGNATURE(To be completed by the applicant.) AINIMINWOMMWMOk The above answe are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the lead agency is relying on them o ma is dais' • Prope w r or Agent Signature Date Submitted PLEASE COMPLETE sgcTicati PAGE IF h ERE IS NO.PR.OJECT RELATE6 THIS ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW RECEWED MAY I 2026 CITY OF YKEMa PLANNING DIV, DOC. INDEX Revised 07/2014 ' ' - ( Page 13 - 63 D. SUPPLEMENT SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the Space Reserved For applicant) (DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING FOR PROJECT ACTIONS) Agency Comments Because these questions are very general,it may be helpful to read them in conjunction with the list of the elements of the environment. When answering these questions, be aware of the extent the proposal or the types of activities that would likely result from the proposal and how it would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. 1. How would the proposal be likely to increase discharge to water; emissions to air; production,storage,or release of toxic or hazardous substances;or production of noise? The proposal will not increase discharges to water, air, release toxic or hazardous substances, or increase noise pollution. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are:This question is not applicable. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants,animals,fish,or marine life? The proposal will not create any adverse impacts on plants,animals,fish or marine life. Proposed measures to protect or conserve plants,animals,fish,or marine life are: This question is not applicable. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources?The proposal will not deplete energy or natural resources other than through normal building operations of commercial businesses. Proposed measures to protect or conserve energy and natural resources are: Energy efficient measures will be installed wherever practicable; for instance, water efficient fixtures will be used. 4. How would the proposal be likely to use or affect environmentally sensitive areas or areas designated (or eligible or under study) for governmental protection; such as parks, wilderness, wild and scenic rivers,threatened or endangered species habitat, historic or cultural sites, wetlands, floodplains, or prime farmlands?The proposal will not affect any sensitive areas or areas designated for governmental protection. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: This question is not applicable. ._ 5. How would the proposal be likely to affect land and shoreline use, including whether it would allow or encourage land or shoreline uses incompatible with existing plans? The proposal will not affect land or shoreline use. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce shoreline and land use impacts are: This question is not applicable. MAY 1 2020 6. How would the proposal be likely to increase demands on transportation or public services RECEIVED and utilities?The proposal will have a slight increase of daily trips above the original road use, however the increase can be accommodated by the existing surface streets which were constructed to accommodate heavy traffic from surrounding land uses. 8 Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s) are: No negative impacts are ary Of T anticipated. PLANNING DIV 7. Identify,if possible,whether the proposal may conflict with local,state,or federal laws or requirements for the protection of the environment. The proposal is not known to conflict with local,state,or federal laws protecting the environment. P 11111111111% DO C Revised 07/2014 INDEX Page 14 # 64 "PLAT OF POTTENGER'S PLACE" PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20, TCO#004-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER F Application xi ry : rr nr rr rr nrr� r f �� r r� � rr GENVisozugmstgEEE ppPreliminaryLong F-1 Application for Plat 05/18/2020 F-2 Application for Transportation Capacity Analysis 05/22/2020 F-3 Application for Critical Areas 06/24/2020 65 F _N SI % Critical Areas Identification Form s i wr LIMN,. PIPEI now CITY OF YAKIMA,DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PlCOY Of YAKIMA annIng 129 NORTH SECOND STREET,2ND FLOOR,YAKIMA,WA 98901 VOICE: (509)575-6183 EMAIL: ask.planning@yakimawa.gov This form is intended to provide a sufficient level of information that, when combined with a site inspection, the Administrative Official can make an informed determination as to whether or not critical areas are present on the site, and whether or not the proposed activity will impact those critical areas. A "yes" response to any single question on the identification form does not necessarily indicate that further critical area review is required. The Administrative Official will evaluate all the information provided on the form,in conjunction with the information provided with the initial permit application,to determine if further investigation is needed and whether completion of a critical area report is warranted. In some instances, a preliminary report prepared by an environmental professional may be appropriate. If a buffer reduction is necessary for your project,a separate review will be required and a separate fee will be charged. Some of the questions listed here require locating the project area on reference maps. The City of Yakima has various maps on file, i.e. the FEMA Floodplain Map. Maps from other federal, state, and local agencies may also be used as indicators. PARTIt:,,,A#'M =TI ► JNN O ... I ............... A. Project Information 1. Name of project. Pottenger's Place I I-teet) 2. Name and address of applicant. Eric Herzog, PLS HLA Engineering and Land Surveying, Inc.,2803 River Road, Yakima,WA 98902 JUN 3. Name and address of individual completing the identification form and their oF environmental/technical expertise/special qualifications. P -+ I Nf, M nt Michael R Hiet, PE., HLA Engineering and Land Surveying, Inc. 2803 River Road,Yakima,WA 98902 4. Date the identification form was prepared. June 23,2020 5. Location of the proposed activity (street address and legal description). Parcel 171324-44415,-44416, -44417, and-44418, Tieton Drive Yakima,WA 98908. See Attached Legal Description 6. Give a brief,complete description of the proposed activity, including extent of proposed activities, and impervious surface areas. See Attached 7. Describe the limits of the project area in relation to the site(for example, "the project area will extend to within 50 feet of the north property line"), including the limits of proposed clearing and construction activity. See attached project description and site plan. DO Revised 4/2019 INDEX�r Page 13 # r F-3 66 B. General Questions That May Be Applicable To All Areas 1. What is the U.S. Department of Agriculture soil classification of the soil found on site? The primary soil for the site is a Kittitas Silt Loam which is a CL, ML, ReCateED 2. What types of soils are found on the site(for example, clay,sand, gravel, peat, muck)? JUN , Loam 4 2020 CITY flc PLAir "n11,41.4 3. What types of vegetation are found on site? Cattail, buttercup, bulrush, skunk cabbage,water lily, eelgrass, milfoil? The primary vegetation on the site is natural occurring pasture grasses. 4. Describe any vegetation proposed to be planted as part of the project. The project is to develop single family residential homes and standard residential type landscaping will be planted consisting of grass, trees and shrubs. 5. Give a brief, complete description of existing site conditions, including current and past uses of the property as well as adjoining land uses. The existing site is open land covered with natural occurring pasture grasses. It may have been used in the past for grazing land or growing hay. The adjacent land is primarily single family residences, 6. Will the project include installation of an on-site septic system? No, it will be connected to City sewer. 7. What is the proposed timing and schedule for all multi-phased projects? The project will be a two phased project that is anticipated to begin in the Fall of 2020 and be constructed over five years. 8. Do you have any plans for future additions,expansion, or related activity? If yes, explain. There are no plans for future additions at this time, The land will be fully developed upon completion of the project. 9. Have any critical areas or protection easements been recorded on the title of the property or adjacent properties? There are none known to exist. 10. Will your project require review under the State Shoreline Management Act or the State Environmental Policy Act? The project will be reviewed under the SEPA. 11. Is the site within the 100-year flood plain on flood insurance maps published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), or on other local flood data maps? The site has a portion that is within the 100-year flood plain, that will be mitigated as part of this project. See attached map uuc Revised 4/2019 INDEX Page 4 67 12. Describe any surface water and watercourses, including intermittent streams, drainage channels, ditches, and springs, located on site or within one-half mile of the site. If appropriate, provide the names of the water bodies to which the streams flow. There are no existing surface bodies of water within the development. 13. Indicate the topography of the site (shallow areas often retain water and may be wetlands, although wetlands may also occur on slopes). The site slopes gently to the east at approximately 1 1/2 percent. mm 14. How will stormwater from the project be managed? L71N 4, 4 The runoff is proposed to be collected and managed on-site via surface retention and infiltration facilities cetry underground infiltration facilities. P1 1111/4 Qv 15. Is development proposed to be clustered to reduce disturbance of critical areas? The site is proposing to mitigate the flood plain as allowed through building codes with building pass through's or revising the internal pathway through the project site.There are no wetlands or bodies of water on the site. 16. Will this project require other government approvals for environmental impacts? ❑ Hydraulic Project Approval (HPA) (Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife) ❑Water quality certification [(Washington State Department of Ecology(Ecology)). ®National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (Ecology). ❑Municipal or health district wastewater/septic approval (Ecology). ❑Water Use Permit; Certificate of Water Right(Ecology). ❑U.S. Army Corps Section 404 or Section 10 Permits. ❑Forest Practices Permit (Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR)). ❑Aquatic Lands Lease and/or Authorization (DNR). ❑ Shoreline development, conditional use, or variance permit(local jurisdiction). ❑Other .......... C. Available Information ................... 1. Has a critical area review, or other environmental review, been conducted for another project located on or adjacent to the site? List any environmental information known to have been prepared, or expected to be prepared, relating to this proposal or project area. There are no known environmental reviews known to have been completed. D. Wetlands 1. Is there any evidence of ponding on or in the vicinity of the site? There are no known wetlands on the property. .... ....................... 2. Does the proposed activity or construction involve any discharge of waste materials or the use of hazardous substances? There are no discharges anticipated as part of the construction activity. DOC. Revised 4/2019 IND Page I 5 68 E. Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas 1. What is the permeability (rate of infiltration) of the soils on the site? (Note: General information for this question and the following question can be found in the Guidance Document for the Establishment of Critical Aquifer Recharge Area Ordinances, 2000, Ecology PuMpplon #97-30). Approximately 1 inch per hour. rteUFI VPI) JUN 24 0120 2. What is the annual average precipitation in the area? CITY°F 6 to 12 inches per year. YAPLANNING 116 3. Is there any evidence of groundwater contamination on or in the vicinity of the site? UV. None are know to exist. 4. Is there any groundwater information available from wells that have been dug in the vicinity? If so, describe, including depth of groundwater and groundwater quality. Groundwater form neighboring test holes varies from six to ten feet. 5. Does the proposed activity or construction involve any discharge of waste materials or the use of hazardous substances? There are no discharges anticipated as part of the construction activity. F. Frequently Flooded Areas 1. Is the site, or a portion of the site, at a lower elevation than surrounding properties? The site is generally flat and slopes gently to the south and consistent with neighboring properties. G. Geological Hazard 1. Generally describe the site: Flat, rolling, hilly,steep slopes, mountainous, other. The site is generally flat and slopes gently to the south and consistent with neighboring properties. 2. Describe the purpose, type, and approximate quantities of any filling or grading proposed. Indicate source of fill material. The flood plain will be revised however there will be no net increase or decrease, and no significant cuts or fills. 3. What is the steepest slope on the property? 1% 4. Is the area mapped by Ecology (Coastal Zone Atlas) or the Department of Natural Resource (slope stability mapping) as unstable ("U" or class 3), unstable old slides ("UOS" or class 4), or unstable recent slides ("URS" or class 5)? No 5. Is the area designated as quaternary slumps, earthflows, mudflows, lahars, seismic hazard, or landslides on maps published by the U.S. Geological Survey or Dept. of Natural Resources? No DC1C* Revised 4/2019 INDEX Page 6 3 69 6. Is there any indication of past landslides, erosion, or unstable soils in the vicinity? No RECEIVED 7. Is erosion likely to occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use? A� It is not anticipated and Best Management Practices will be employed to prevent erosion. a' 2 4 2a2n ............ ............ 8. Are soils proposed to be compacted? PLAN/Watts Soils will be compacted in the road and building prisms only, 9. Are roads,walkways, and parking areas designed to be parallel to natural contours? The roads and walkways will slope with natural terrain to minimize cuts and fills, The proposal is to cut material throughout the roads and the back of the proposed lots and move it to the center of the lots to create building pads. The cuts and fills across the property will be approximately 1 depth. . H. Habitat ................................ ............................ 1. List any birds, mammals, fish, or other animal species found in the vicinity of the site, including those found during seasonal periods. Songbirds 2. Is the site or areas in the vicinity used for commercial or recreational fishing, including shellfish? No 3. Is the area designated an Area of Special Concern under on-site sewage regulations to protect shellfish or the general aquatic habitat? No 4. Are any natural area preserves or natural resource areas located within 500 feet of the site? No 5. Is the site part of a migration route? Most of Washington State is part of the Pacific Flyway migratory route for birds. 6. Are any priority habitat areas, as shown on maps published by the WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, within one-half mile of the site? If so, describe type of habitat and distance from project area. No 7. Are any of the following located on or adjacent to the site? ❑ Aspen stands ❑ Estuary and estuary like areas ❑Juniper savannah ❑ Caves ❑ Marine/estuarine shorelines ❑ Prairies and steppe ❑ Cliffs ❑ Vegetative marine/estuarine areas ❑ Riparian areas ❑ Shrub-steppe ❑ Old-growth/mature forests ❑ Instream habitat areas ❑ Snags or logs ❑ Oregon white oak woodlands ❑ Rural natural open spaces ❑ Talus ❑ Freshwater wetlands and fresh ❑Urban natural open spaces deepwater DOC. Revised 4/2019 INDEX Page 17 # . 70 8. Does the proposal involve any discharge of waste materials or the use of hazardous substances? There are no discharges anticipated as part of the construction activity, 9. What levels of noise will be produced from the proposed activity or construction? Normal construction noise and normal residential maintenance noise. i.e. awn mowers, leaf blowers, power trimmers. 10. Will light or glare result from the proposed activity or construction? No, lights will be directed down or toward the interior, IlL QUIRED ATTACHMENTS 1. Are there any existing environmental documents for the subject property? 2. Provide a detailed site plan which includes all the required items on the Site Plan Checklist, along with the extent and nature of on-site and off-site Critical Areas and the relationship of the project to those Critical Areas. **, 1(.1ry F yiAh *1 4 INIP, 1111 Revised 4/2019 * Page 8 71 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Critical Areas ID Application The proposed Preliminary Plat of Pottenger's Place site will subdivide approximately 4.88 acres into residential lots The lots will be a mixture of 1 4 single family common wall lots, and, 4k 77-) tri-plex's, The lot sizes will vary in size from approximately 4,304 square feet to 16,301 square feet. The lots will have frontage onto a public roadway, which will need to be improved as part of this project. The project will be a two phased project with lots in phase 1 and lots in phase 2. Access to the plat will be from a public road extension off Tieton Drive. Nob Hill Water will serve the lots with domestic water, and City of Yakima Sewer will serve the sewerage needs. Storm water will all be contained on-site in retention swales, or underground infiltration. There are no existing surface bodies of water within the development. The is a portion of the northern properties that are encumbered by the FEMA 100-year floodplain although the land is dry, and no indication of wetlands are present. The majority of the floodplain for the proposed project is located in FEMA Panel 53077C1007E and is designated Zone AE, which represents a base flood elevation has been determined. During plat improvement design phase and again in the building development phase, the developer will provide a hydraulic analysis as necessary to the City of Yakima Planning and Code Administration Division for review and approval which take into account all encroachments, fill, new construction, and all other development that all floodplain encroachments will not materially cause water to be diverted from the established floodway, cause erosion, obstruct the natural flow of water, reduce carrying capacity of the floodway, or increase flood levels during the occurrence The project consists of usual and normal embankment construction for new streets and building lots in Pottenger's Place. As it applies to the floodplain modification, there is minor grading proposed for streets and building lot development to revise the elevation and create building pads outside of the floodplain. No net increase or decrease in quantity of material is anticipated within either construction project, so the same floodplain volume is available after the project is completed. There will be 3,000 cubic yards of cut and fill across the property to revise the contours and create the building pads. There are no wetlands in this area. The proposal is to cut material throughout the roads and the back of the proposed lots and move it to the center of the lots to create building pads. The cuts and fills across the property will be approximately 1 to 2 feet in depth. RECEIVED JUN 2 4 2020 -ITV OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV, ' 'IC. GAPROJECTS‘2019\19191E\Prelim Plat Application‘2020-06-23 Pottenger Place Critical Areas Project Description do. # ��� _-~. ����� AMY 2 2 �0?n -~�« City of Yakima, Washington CIKYQ� Y TRANSPORTATION CAPACITY ANALYSIS ��A -' _ The Washington State Growth ^ 4vongcmcno»u'(-R CV36.7O&J0)require quimo all new development ~heu000u�g"cm *�uh the uximiing or planned street system copuodiox. The City of' Yakima adopted YK4C Ch. 12.08 to imp)uxnr this local The informationyoupmvido *i/bthiouppUcxtionwiU bc used tocgimu� the impact*[ynm«vvol»pmomupo»/hop~ poakHvm'n»u/�»»the City vf Yakima arterial m�c�� � ' - _ - APPLICATION - _ ��� ' . ~uv.�uu -~., INFORMATION Applicant Name: HLAEngineering _ a"dLand 8 Project Address:7letnnDhvaond90hAvanue _ Contact Person: Eric Haou PLS Yakima YYA989Oo ------- Mailing Address: 2803 River Road ---- -- Yakima, m/A908O2 ' Pa,m| Nv(v):.1 7132444415.'44416. '44417. onU _ '44410 'For Please OOout the appropriate column Wryour proposed use: RE9KDENTI'�L �,�: - ' ���' I I-- �' - ' - - ' - J»rINP08TRXAL_Use: -_ Housing Type' Single _ D�hhcO�^ D�d� Use' n»\��Fnm^Y /bm,m�v� ,�) �-- - . -_----- ------ Special Population* (��,x��/6^noxe GmssFloor An'» Gross Floor Area _ .... ____ ] 0d`er~ | Yud' ( n� SpacesPu,kin�Spuoc� -�-~~ ''~~~' ''�r^"'/. �oo,c* etc.) (8c9u�z^ky,o ------- ,.°""/ (Xeyaired?P,nrideJ) ------- Number o[Units 25Lma Number oy Employees Number ofE'mp|oyce;_ *^,e,�must match zip vv»oowcch. /5,04, mmo4'/ - Project Description. ThePlaceP|ouwiUoon�x/,�25��whham�|o�7houn�ounhs The plat ------ -------- -------- --------� "�_v�4��. may be constructed in two phases. All lots will �aocnosto public madn. nowo,. and water, _ -_- _____ Submit this form with ous�oP�o.�ooppUmg m Hall, 129 N. 2nd ionb:�,and�oyn� xbmeuts,o/heCityofYuk|mm, Penu|xCcn(ur. Yakima---City aon|ydx p|cmxcnn�c-~t mm'--^' ,i'-" ^","^. You ~u d / «rc�/*�aN»|ic� nfD� si»» explaining the p� �ux� din�xn(/h� ki n� Appea i "� u� Decision when bio�cn�toyou. as you bavc |4day�uoQ @ �aRmqu�»/ for ���mn� n or Questions?Contact the City o[Yakima, Planning Division, 129N 2nd8trort Yakima \fA9890l (589) 575-6183 DATE FEE P I AMOIJTNT PAID. RECEIPT NO:' Rovixud4/20l9 8%I^�" Page `~�J��" INDEX 73 r NI:ANECINEGIOvir .1 ..., .... lialIMA LAND USE APPLICATION VA Y 1 8 7.17"1111 IISVN. CITY OF YAKIMA,DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT cm/ ..,,.... : pi8kohy,h kid 129 NORTH SECOND STREET,2ND FLOOR,YAKIMA,WA 98901 n: r OF VAK44,4 PHONE; (509)575-6183 EMAIL:ask.planning®yakimawa.gov INSTRUCTIONS—PLEASE READ FIRST Please type or irtnt 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 arc not refundable, This application consists of four parts. PART I.GENERAL INFORMATION AND PART IV—CERTIFICATION are on this page. PART!!and III contain additional information specific to your proposal and MUST be attached to this page to complete the application. ... .......... PART I—GENERAL INFORMATION I.Applicant's Nrime. Eric Herzog,PLS HLA Engineering and Land Surveying, INC, Information: Mailing Address: 2803 River Road City: Yakima [St: WA pip: 98902 Mimi 509 )966-7000 E-Mail: eherzogghlacivil,com 2.Applicant's Interest in Property: Check One: 0 Owner 0 Agent D Purchaser O Other 3.Property Owner's Name: Ray Novobielski Information (If other Mailing Addles::: 200 Abbess Lane than Applicant): City: Yakima 1St: WA 'Zip: 98908 Pliuue:i ) " E-Mail: 1.- „ ...... , 4.Subject Property's Assessor's Parcel Number(s):171324-44415,-44416, -44417,and-44418 5.Legal Description of Property.(if lengthy,please attach it on a separate document) See Preliminary Plat Map 6.Property Address; 7.Property's Existing Zoning: 0 SR 0 R-I 0 R-2 0 R-3 0 13-1 0 B-2O FIB 0 scc El LCC 0,CBD D GC ETAS 0 RD 0 m-I 0 M-2 •N 8.Type Of Application:(Check All That Apply) 0 Preliminary Long Plat 0 Environmental Checklist(SEPA Review) 0 Planned Development D Transportation Concurrency 0 Other: 0 Other: PART II—SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION&PART III—REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PART IV—CERT :ICATION /1" I certify.il the ip maliciii op is plication and the required attachments are true and correct to the best of my knowledge, ,-/- 4:ie-- — /I. 31 iL 12.Olea Prupe y Owner's Signature Date J------ ' ' ,5--- iS -eo trant's Signature Date FILE/APPLICATION(S)N pt...p4ock9/770 af1744 01319D -To24 oo LI-(20 CANt001070 .......... DATE FEE PAID: RECEIVED BY: AMOUNT PAID: ' RECEIPT NO: 5/I q Id° • A,. Nw/ez. dro?,02 ,o0 CA-,90-009 555: to 694 lao A - Inez 1/3.a5.cil cii-o70- ootiqq3 Revised 4/2019 Page I 3 WC. INDEX 41. F.... t , 74 Supplemental Application For: -'.•/a II SIM Avis a sawv PRELIMINARY LONG PLAT CITY OF YAKIMA,SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE,TITLE 14 Planning PART II-APPLICATION INFORMATION 1.PROPERTY OWNERS(attach if long):List all parties and financial institutions having an interest in the property. Ray Novobielski 200 Abbess Lane REC El v en Yakima,WA 98908 2.SURVEYOR AND/OR CONTACT PERSON WITH THEIR CONTACT INFORMATION: VA Y I 8 2 Eric Herzog, PLS HLA Engineering and Land Surveying 2803 River Road,Yakima,wA 98902(509)966-7000 (IT OF YA1011,1 3.NAME OF SUBDIVISION: Pottenger's Place PLANNING Div IS 64 iikli' .r13-"i 4.NUMBER OF LOTS AND THE RANGE OF LOT SIZES: 5Lots,4,301 sq.ft. -ioraei sq.ft. 5.SITE FEATURES: A.General Description: 0 Flat I:Gentle Slopes DI Steepened Slopes B.Describe any indication of hazards associated with unstable soils in the area,i.e.slides or slipping? None C.Is the property in a 100-Year Floodplain or other critical area as mapped by any local,state,or national maps or as defined by the Washington State Growth Management Act or the Yakima Municipal Code? Yes 6.UTILITY AND SERVICES:(Check all that are available) 0 Electricity[2:1 Telephone 0 Natural Gas 0 Sewer 0 Cable TV 0 Water Nob Hill iz Irrigation Yakima Tieton ,............... . 7.OTHER INFORMATION: A. Distance to Closest Fire Hydrant:Adjacent to site on North side of Tieton Drive B. Distance to Nearest School(and name of school): 3,400 Apple Valley Elementary C. Distance to Nearest Park(and name of park): 7,500'West Valley Community Park D. Method of Handling Stormwatcr Drainage: On site detention E. Type of Potential Uses:(check all that apply) [2]Single-Family Dwellings[ZI Two-Family Dwellings [Z]Multi-Family Dwellings ID Commercial ljJ Industrial PART Ill-REQUIREgAracihitisrli . . . ....... .... I.PRELIMINARY PLAT REQUIRED:(Please use the attached City of Yakima Preliminary Plat Checklist) 2.TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY:(if required,see YMC Ch. 12.08,Traffic Capacity Test) 3 ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST(required): I hereby authorize the submittal of the preliminary plat application to the City of Yakima for review. I understand that conditions of approval such as dedication of right-of-way, easements, restrictions on the type of buildings that may be constructed, and Rees' restrictions from poblic roads may be imposed as a part of preliminary plat approval and that failure to m I these, onditions n y res. in denial of the final plat. /...e c..... ........ . Property Owner Signature(required) Date . - Revised 4/2019 DOC, Page I 4 INDEX # E--.1, ... .. 75 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The proposed Preliminary Plat of Pottengees Place site will subdivide approximately 4.88 acres into 18 residential lots. The lots will be a mixture of 10 single family common wail lots, and 8 multi-family tri-plex's lots, The lot sizes will vary in size from approximately 4,304 square feet to 46,234 square feet. The lots will have frontage onto a public roadway,which will need to be improved as part of this project. The project will be a two phased project with 16 lots in phase 1 and 2 lots in phase 2 Access to the plat will be from a public road extension off Tieton Drive. Nob Hill Water will serve the lots with domestic water, and City of Yakima Sewer will serve the sewerage needs. Storm water will all be contained on-site in retention swales, or underground infiltration. There are no existing surface bodies of water within the development. The is 100-year floodplain running across the northern portion of the property. The project consists of usual and normal embankment construction for new streets and building lots in Pottengees Place, No net increase or decrease in quantity of material is anticipated within either construction project, so the same floodplain volume is available after the project is completed. a SEP 2 9 2020 CITY PM iilMv 1.1 It Vkyakima city‘ykpl\Shared\Applications-Planning‘2020 Planning Applications\Aloyobielski, Ray - Pottenger's - PLP EPA CA0\2020-08-28 Pottenger Project Description,doex 76 "PLAT OF POTTENGER'S PLACE" PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20, TCO#004-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER G Public Notices G-1 Notice of Incomplete Application 05/18/2020 G-2 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 05/26/2020 G-3 Notice of Decision for Transportation Concurrency Analysis 06/10/2020 G-4 Determination of Complete Application 07/08/2020 G-5 Notice of Application & SEPA 07/13/2020 G-5a: Legal Ad G-5b: Parties and Agencies Notified G-5c: Affidavit of Mailing G-6 Notice of Application,Environmental Review, Public Hearing 10/05/2020 and Preliminary Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) G-6a: Legal Ad G-6b: Press Release and Distribution Email G-6c: Parties and Agencies Notified G-6d: Affidavit of Mailing G-7 Notice of Retention of DNS 10/29/2020 G-7a: Parties and Agencies Notified G-7b: Affidavit of Mailing G-8 YPC Agenda and Packet Distribution List 12/02/2020 g Report YPC Agenda & Attendee Re ort 12/09/2020 G-10 Notice of YPC Recommendation 12/29/2020 (See DOC INDEX#AA-1 for YPC Recommendation) G-10a: Parties and Agencies Notified G-10b: Affidavit of Mailing G-11 Letter of Transmittal to City Clerk: City Council Hearing 01/06/2021 (Mailing Labels, Site Plan,Vicinity Map) 77 CITY OF YAK IMA, PLANNING DIVISION LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL Analilia Ntifiez, 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 "PLAT' OF POT'TENGER'S PLACE" (PLP#002-20 & SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20) including all labels for parties of record and property owners within a radius of 300 feet of the subject property 2. Site Plan 3. Vicinity Map Signed this 6TH day of LANIJAItY,2021, Analilia Ntifiez Planning Technician Received By: IDate: ./ • ................. 17132444445 17132444405 78 17132444443 MELROY LIVING TRUST CARL R&SUSAN M OLDEN CRAIG D & LINDA FINCH 421 S 98TH AVE 411 S 98TH AVE 210 S 96TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444438 17132511409 17132444442 GEOFFREY C& ROBYN L BIGLOW GEOFFREY L&AMY L KNAUTZ JAMES L JR& DINA MARIE WILLIAMS 220 S 98TH AVE 7507 BARGE CT 420 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132511011 17132444404 17132444446 JOSHUA& CARLEE FIEDOR KENNETH R KENNEDY LARRY MICHAEL&JUDY LEE BAUGHER 9810 TIETON DR 208 S 96TH AVE 403 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444407 17132444409 17132444447 LISA A ESCOBAR LYLD D &CINDY L WAKEFIELD LYNN F MASSONG 9705 TIETON DR 9801 TIETON DR 221 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444441 17132444439 17132444402 MARK&WENDY MARTINEZ MARK A&CLAUDIA H GRADWOHL MARY ANN NEWLAND 416 S 98TH AVE 402 S 98TH AVE 9706 ORCHARD AVE YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444448 17132444440 17132511412 MARY ANNE DAUGHS MICHAEL D&ALLYSON UHLMAN MILTON W& LINDA ROSS 217 S 98TH AVE 410 S 98TH AVE 9702 TIETON DR YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444420 17132444444 17132444419 NORMAN & BEVERLY LEAVERTON NORMAN L&SHARON L BASE PATRICK TRUE 5808 A SUMMITVIEW AVE#89 417 S 98TH AVE 402 S 96TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444417 1 32444415 1 2444416 RAYMOND& PAMELA NOVOBIELSKI RAY ND L& PAM VOBIELSKI RAY D L& PAM VOBIELSKI 200 ABBESS LN 200 ABB 200 ABBES:. YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKI , A 08 Y , WA 98 132444418 17132511406 26 RAY D L& PAM OBIELSKI SCOTT BACH Total Parcels- Ray Novobielski- 200 ABBE 9800 TIETON DR "Pottenger's Place" - PLP#002-20& Y ,WA 98 YAKIMA, WA 98908 SEPA#013-20 0t CAO O7-aO HLA Engineering& Land Surveying ► ., # q, 4 . (1,41:4) Attn: Eric Herzog 2.-�,p 2803 River Rd �,� DO 1 5i4� �3 2b Yakima, WA 98902 14 - 2 2 o 2-I C. INDEX 2 Nunez, Analilia 79 From: Nunez, Analilia Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2021 10:30 AM To: Claar Tee, Sonya Cc: lbarra, Rosalinda Subject: Mailing for City Council Hearing - Plat of Pottenger's Place Attachments: In-House Distribution E-mail List_ updated 12.29.2020; Local Media List_12.02.20; YPC Members Only_updated 08.18.2020 Good morning Sonya, When you email the notice, please send it to these distribution groups(attached): In-House Distribution E-mail List updated 12.29.2020&Local Media List 12.02.20&YPC Members Only updated 08.18.2020. Please &so email it to these parties: Werwilly5Mmsn.com crosmoMmsn.com eherzog@hlacivil.com raimovoteelskiMembiLcom Mailing labels were dropped off earlier this morning. Thank you! Anglia NOriez yo,1 Planning Technician "e. City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509.575.6261 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington, 98901 it * 1 A 'A\ 1 80 Parties of Record—Plat of Pottenger's Place—PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20 & CAO#007-20 t ILA Engineering&Land Surveying Ray Novobielski Norm Base Attn:Lric Herzog 200 Abbess Ln 417 S 98th Ave 2803 River Rd Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 roya0.y9,0Ic I sk i ti3omaj4eQm eherzo c hlaeivil.corn Susan&Carl Olden Diana Marie Williams Lynn Massong 411 S 98th Ave 420 S 98'h Ave 221 S 98th Ave Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 1 Werwill 54-ibitsn,com erosinu@msii.conl In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 10/2020 1121: Division E-mail Address Silvia Corona Clerk's Office Silvia.Coronar akimawa, ov gil= 1 Code Administration Lisarnaxe akintawa..ov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Denman@yakintawa.gov John Zabel! Code Administration John.Zabellgvakimawa.gov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelli.Horton akimawa. ov Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda,Rossimot@vakiinawapv Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro,Contreras akimawa.:ov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.Debusschere e akimawa._ov Tony Doan Code Administration Ton .Doan r akimawa, ov _ Joan Davenport Community Development Joan,Davenport(i4yakimawa„gov Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Rosalinda.lbarra r akimawa._ov Bob Desgrosellier IMEMEM Bob.DesgrosellieraP,yakimawa.gov Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.Riddle r. akintawa.Nv Aaron Markham rill Aaron,markham a akimawa, ov Pat Reid 11111111111111 Pat.Reid@vakimawa.gov EXIMEE Jeff.Cutter akimawa. ov 11=11111111111111111111111111111 Legal Sara.Watkins akimawa, ov. IIFMZMBBZLIIIIIMI ONDS Archic,Matthews r _akimawa..ov Joseph Calhoun Planning Joseph.Calhoungvakimawa.gov EMBEEM Planning Analilia,nune akimawa. ov IIMEMI Police Matthew.murra M akimawa._ov Scott Schafer Public Works Scott.Schafergyakirnawa.gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Loretta.lartunarchi@vakimawa.gov Randy Layman Refuse Rand .La man' akimawa.,ov Gregory Story MllIllIllIllIlIllMll Gre_or .Sto akimawa. ov James Dean II•111MMMIMIMIMIMIMII James.Dean q akirnawa.:ov Dana Kallevig 11=1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Dana.Kallevi_M akimawa._ov Randy Meloy 11.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Rand .Melo ( akimawa.Inv Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David.Brown@yakintawkgov 111=21011111111111111111111 Water/Irrigation Mike.Shan.a akimawa, ov .... Outside Distribution Name Address Inclu ed In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn: Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima, WA 98901 Yes ii No (Subdivision notices ONLY) •Type of Notice: 114-e. 04 C:1-4e1 co 1 L419 File Number: Pi-494-611)2-40i SWAif013-20 . 2 i 2-1 7._02-1 DOC. Date of : INDEX PRELIMINARY PLAT OF •,.„„-,.. ., . POTTENGERS PLACE (A PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER, SECTION 24, T.13N., R.17E., W.M.) Ilik. 4iiiai■ kt w I i# #a �. . r,,ai rE: Cr' ' 'Fr x 44 Ij W. : o-n.ze ( ri c .' ,C. „ .--- law ... AA.' 1 Orr .#rr' 1 Orr a.ar. .wr. e : ,• ..k. -.,x /' K a ( 4',..,'—>.--- ytt..—ntort'trottbr. __. 1 ,l, e ui"s rt�,'M>:r . „w €y'��Fy'1.13 ._-.,H 4.#:.ry 'I I ..'.4 M. „,, tt ,' Fa s' 3 _ GK# ^�' d i R.,x %xxm, _ Br. 3 ,err " ,u-s# :�& .,s;. v,g ;.a„o5 I ftt, s>vax ) ssc.... tB/,ax *I.. :,,s t! �,x,s ta,ss, tr... . .. xl .xxx. . E '� N • r R € r>Ex c rxrea�w /�-. Fr , —L ♦S — ;mAF €E, `�1, +SS4y V, '4Yf t 1 ji ‘Zr w?;se;---1,, 'X 1K55 .;_*-, t. ..,€j..._ x-..-._... _._. ..,,__... -I._'..�..x +�..,...._+_,.,Y� -�, • r _ ". . 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I cr .. 0...1..I.....{ i ,t' ..sirs ... 2803 R" R ad - `€'s s' ^P' M -M-n._ _....._._._-...,..-- ,.._.—.,.....ix. _€r.x. t..,tr#: x x.>'....i . 5LL 1 :z tr:.tiK BB a 989t2F �r tt m RAY NQVOBELSKI 2 '. ,�'~■ 599 966 000 " E frv.. ,_,_...rv- -.%_�.,.,...-.�.,..._, PLAT OF POTTENGER'S PLACE i• • Fax 509 9s-as0o ,,.., * ' _ CITY OF YAKIMA,YAKIMA COUNTY,WASHINGTON �r �E€�giit+eri€g and Lind,51 y`ittg,;Ix. t,,,,,,,,i"G;vncorn j. 63 _. —._... .._ rr.. .0 d frT I -- ,-- -"- .....E =to1E Oar,itro 44- 44.4" PRELIMINARY PLAT 82 VICINITY MAP '"' ■"\ Pi arinYIAnMA File Number: PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20 & CAO#007-20 Project Name: RAY NOVOBIELSKI - "POTTENCER'S PLACE" Site Address: 9711 TIETON DR ............ Ore fkird Ave. )'GI"laid Av:- 96th Ave . Mini Swrage IIL, II l ` r T rv�l l Mill' .1,i) ......._ U , ... ,,,- a. SHE SI 1 _ MI .. . „,, l/altlrtd St , 1 : / I : _f f ,N L K: x', 7 i 1 _..,� �mmm Tietcn Dr Tlelon air . Auk*, s r,,v ro to kt r; `__... .-4 cie , 111111111) ''' : , - -dirt" / 'k., �.., . r . . Proposal: Proposed long plat that will subdivide four parcels totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 10 common- wall lots and 8 triplex lots. The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division at(509)575-6183 j,,: 1..1-• Mnp Disclairneli nfurrnotion shown on this map is for planning and illustration purposes only. Inc_City of Yakima r:, \! assumes no liability for ally erors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provide a or tol lll,�,action taken, l�r�J`,k }.r=l or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or info!matiun provided ri rein DOC. ,. Date Created: 10/5/2(J20 INDEX # .1.\. . 83 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: PLP#002-20 & SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20, TC0#004-20 Ray Novobielskif Plat of Pottenger's Place Vicini 9711 Tieton Drive I, Analilia Nufiez, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation to City Council; a true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant, all parties of record, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property; that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 29th day of December, 2020. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Analilia Nünez Planning Technician • 84 17132444443 17132444445 17132444405 MELROY LIVING TRUST CARL R&SUSAN M OLDEN CRAIG D & LINDA FINCH 421 S 98TH AVE 411 S 98TH AVE 210 S 96TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 17132444438 17132511409 17132444442 GEOFFREY C & ROBYN L BIGLOW GEOFFREY L&AMY L KNAUTZ JAMES L JR& DINA MARIE WILLIAMS 220 S 98TH AVE 7507 BARGE CT 420 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132511011 17132444404 17132444446 JOSHUA& CARLEE FIEDOR KENNETH R KENNEDY LARRY MICHAEL&JUDY LEE BAUGHER 9810 TIETON DR 208 S 96TH AVE 403 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 17132444407 17132444409 17132444447 LISA A ESCOBAR LYLD D &CINDY L WAKEFIELD LYNN F MASSONG 9705 TIETON DR 9801 TIETON DR 221 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444441 17132444439 17132444402 MARK&WENDY MARTINEZ MARK A&CLAUDIA H GRADWOHL MARY ANN NEWLAND 416 S 98TH AVE 402 S 98TH AVE 9706 ORCHARD AVE YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 17132444448 17132444440 17132511412 MARY ANNE DAUGHS MICHAEL D &ALLYSON UHLMAN MILTON W& LINDA ROSS 217 S 98TH AVE 410 S 98TH AVE 9702 TIETON DR YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 17132444420 17132444444 17132444419 NORMAN & BEVERLY LEAVERTON NORMAN L&SHARON L BASE PATRICK TRUE 5808 A SUMMITVIEW AVE#89 417 S 98TH AVE 402 S 96TH AVE YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444417 32444415 1 2444416 RAYMOND&PAMELA NOVOBIELSKI RAY ND L& PAM VOBIELSKI RAY D L& PAM VOBIELSKI 200 ABBESS LN 200 ABB 200 ABBE YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKI , A 08 Y ,WA 98 132444418 17132511406 26 RAY D L& PAM OBIELSKI SCOTT BACH Total Parcels- Ray Novobielski- 200 ABBE 9800 TIETON DR "Pottenger's Place" - PLP#002-20& Y ,WA 989 YAKIMA, WA 98908 SEPA#013-20 ot cillo*Foo7-0,70 HLA Engineering&Land Surveying esi VT, ok V1(00'4\01 CdtvAki -04'3 Attn: Eric Herzog fklitAtir4IS 4 01'I'A' 111A lit' DOC. 2803 River Rd Yakima,WA 98902 INDEX # 6k AO 4 .............„ 85 Parties of Record—Plat of Pottenger's Place—PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20&CAO#007-20 HLA Engineering&Land Surveying Ray Novobiclski Norm Base Attn:Eric l lerzog 200 Abbess Ln 417 S 98i°Ave 2803 River Rd Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 ra twvobielski ri1 mail eom chcrno cdhlacivil.com Susan&Carl Olden Diana Maric Williams Lynn Massong 411 S 98th Ave 420 S 98'h Ave 221 S 9811`Ave Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 crasmo(u),msn.eom Wcr+��illv5`i)msn,c In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 10/2020 Name Division E-mail Address Silvia Corona Clerk's Office Silvia.Corona@yakimawa.gov Lisa Maxey Code Administration Lisa.maxev@yakimawa.gov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Denman r yakimawa.gov John Zabell Code Administration John.ZabellAyakimawa,hov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelii.Horton r akimawa, ov Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda.Rossi xnol akitnawa.gov Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro.Contreras@yakimawa.gov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.Debusschere@yakimawa.gov Tony Doan Codc Administration Tony.Doan@yakimawa.gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Davenport(cr�,yakimawa.gov Rosalinda lbarra Community Development Rosalinda.ibarra(rl)vakimawa.gov m Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Bob.Des roscllier(r yakimawa.gov Dan Riddle Engineering DathRiddlel yakimawa.gov Aaron Markham Fire Aaron.ntarkham@yakimawa.gov Pat Reid Fire Pat.Reid@yakiniawa.gov yakimawa.gov Jeff Cutter Legal Jeff.Cutter akimawa.gov Sara Watkins Legal Sara.Watkins@yakimawa.gov. Archie Matthews ONDS Arch ie,Mattl)ewsRyakimawa..gov Joseph Calhoun Planning Joseph.Calhoun@yakitnawa.gov Analilia Nunez Planning Analilia.nunez@yakimawa.gov Matt Murray Police Matthew.murray r jyakimawa,gov Scott Schafer Public Works Scott, chafer(a-lyakimawa.gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Loretta.Zammarchi a,yakimawa.g©v_ Randy Layman Refuse Randy.Laymanfvakimawag©v Gregory Story Transit Gregory.Sto akimawa. ov James Dean Utilities James.Dean t akimawa, ov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana.Kallevi4,yakitnawa.gov Randy Meloy Wastewater Randy.Melayt[yakiniawa,gov Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David.Brown@yakimawa.Kov Mike Shane Water/Irrigation IvlikeSh ne[yakimawag©v Outside Distribution Name Address Included In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn: Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima, WA 98901 ot Yes ❑ No (Subdivision notices ONLY) Type of Notice: NCIJ "` l Yv 'S CO,V1I►' `Cf Itt DIA File Number: \ Qt-0l &f 013 -20,CP $ton .-Z0 Date of Mailing: 1212A 12D DOC. �r INDEX # eA-1Dot 86 lbarra Rosalinda From: Nunez, Analilia Sent: Monday, December 28, 2020 4:40 PM To: Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Contreras, Pedro; Corona, Silvia; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Della, David; Denman, Glenn; Desgrosellier, Bob; Doan, Tony; Horton, Kelli; lbarra, Rosalinda; Kallevig, Dana; Layman, Randy; Markham, Aaron; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; Meloy, Randy; Murray, Matthew; Nunez, Analilia; Preston, Bill; Riddle, Dan; Rodriguez, Jeremy; Rossignol, Linda; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Story, Gregory;Watkins, Sara;Zabell,John;Zammarchi, Loretta Cc: Monick, Colleda Subject: NOTICE OF YPC RECOMMENDATION - Plat of Pottenger's Place PLP#002-20 SEPA# 013-20 CAO#007-20 TCO#004-20 Attachments: NOTICE OF YPC RECOMMENDATION_Plat of Pottenger's Place - PLP SEPA CAO & ....pdf Attached is a Notice of the Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation to City Council regarding the above-entitled project. If you have any questions about this proposal, please contact assigned planner Colleda Monick at colleda.monick@yakimawa.gov. Thank you! Analilia Nidiez Planning Technician City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509 575.6261 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima,Washington, 98901 1 1 D # ("1„--‘0 SAW DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 87 Joan Davenport, AICP, Director CITY YAK MA Planning Division D OF • Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov ° www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING COMMISSION'S RECO ENDATION TO THE YAK! A CITY COUNCIL DATE: December 29, 2020 TO: Applicant, Adjoining Property Owners & Parties of Record SUBJECT: Notice of the Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation to the Yakima City Council FILE #(S): PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20 & TCO#004-20 APPLICANT: Ray Novobielski PROJECT LOCATION: 9711 Tieton Dr On December 23, 2020, the City of Yakima Planning Commission rendered their written recommendation on PLP#002-20, a proposed long plat that will subdivide four parcels totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 10 common-wall lots and 8 triplex lots. The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. The application was reviewed at a virtual open record public hearing on December 9, 2020. A copy of the Planning Commission's Findings and Recommendation is enclosed. The Planning Commission's Recommendation will be considered by the Yakima City Council in a public hearing to be scheduled. The City Clerk will notify you of the date, time and place of the public hearing. For further information or assistance you may contact Colleda Monick at (509) 576-6772 or email to: colleda.monick(& akimawa, ,ov. Colleda Monick Community Development Specialist Date of Mailing: December 29,2020 Enclosures: Planning Commission's Recommendation Ykorna .„... • ' 2015 —V) 1994 4 I 4 Attendee Report-City of Yakima Planning Commission Meeting on December 9,2020 Panelist Details Attended User Name(Original Name) Email Yes Eric Herzog eherzog@hlacivil.com Yes Mike Heit mheit@hlaciyil.com Yes Analilia Nunez analilia.nunez@yakimawa.gov Yes Colleda Monick Colleda.monick@yakimawa.goy Yes Ray Novobielski raynoyobielski@gmail.com Yes Lisa Wallace lisakwallace@hotmail.com Yes Leanne Hughes-Mickel leanne.mickel@me.com Yes Philip Ostriem philipostriem@gmail.com Yes Al Rose aar7040@gmail.com Yes Kay Funk kay.funk@yakimawa.goy Yes Mary Place placeml@charternet Yes Y-PAC (Mike Brown) michael.brown@yakimawa.goy Yes Joseph Calhoun joseph.calhoun@yakimawa.goy Yes Jacob Liddicoat jake@3dyakima.com Attendee Details Attended User Name (Original Name) First Name Last Name Email Yes Dina Williams werwilly5@rnsn.corn Yes Rosalinda Ibarra Yes Tracy Sawyer Yes Tracy Sawyer Yes Lynn Massong Other Attended #11101.1 • Ifta .. 0 83 89 41111111 11011. DEPA,„ MENT OF COMMUNITY DEVEL0i,ivIENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director CITY OF YAKIMA Planning Division ro, r anning Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street,2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission ZOOM VIRTUAL MEETING Wednesday December 9, 2020 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. YPC MEMBERS: Chair Jacob Liddicoat,Vice-Chair Leanne Hughes-Mickel,Al Rose,Robert McCormick, Philip Ostriem,Mary Place,and Lisa Wallace Council Liaison:Kay Funk(District 4) CITY PLANNING STAFF: Joan Davenport(Community Development Director),Rosalinda Ibarra(Community Development Administrative Asst.),Joseph Calhoun(Planning Manager),Eric Crowell(Associate Planner), Trevor Martin(Associate Planner),and Colleda Monick(Community Development Specialist) AGENDA I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Staff Announcements IV. Approval of Meeting Minutes of October 28,2020 V. Public Hearing- Ray Novobielski "Plat of Pottenger's Place" Applicant: HLA Engineering&Land Surveying c/o Eric Herzog File Numbers: PLP#002-20,SEPA#013-20,CAO#007-20,TC0#004-20 Site Address: Vicinity of 9711 Tieton Drive Request: Proposed long plat that will subdivide four parcels totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 10 common-wall lots and 8 triplex lots. The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. VI. Introduction to City Council R-3 Moratorium VII. Other Business VIII. Adjourn Next Meeting:January 13,2021 To listen/watch this virtual meeting,please register with your name and email address here: https /cityofyakitna.zoomaisiwebinarireKister byewEKmES6er6s2tl5eX5A After registering,you will receive emailed instructions for joining the meeting online with your device or by calling in.The meeting will also be recorded and posted on the Y-PAC website. DOC. Yakima INDEX 2015 1994 90 YPC Staff Report & Packet Distribution List Ray Novobielski — "Plat of Pottenger's Place" PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20 &TC0#004-20 YPC PACKET: Jake Liddicoat Leanne Hughes-Mickel Al Rose jakeg3dbakirna.corn leanne.mickelme.corn Siivrfx40 bmCnet aan7040@nrnaitcorn Rob McCormick Philip Ostriem Mary Place rob mccorrnickaircentebcorn Philipostriern macom pIaceml@chartermet Lisa Wallace (OWNER) (APPLICANT/SURVEYOR) Iisakwallare(ahotrnaiLcorn Ray Novobielski HLA Engineering c/o Eric Herzog 2803 River Road 200 Abbess Ln Yakima, WA 98902 Yakima, WA 98908 eherzog@hlacivbcom Date Distributed: I . # 91 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: PLP#002-20, CAO#007-20 & SEPA#013-20 Ray Novobielski - "Plat of Pottenger's Place" 9711 Tieton Dr I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Retention of DNS; a true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property; that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division; and that said notices were mailed by me on this 29th day of October 2020. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. A/ Lisa Maxey Planning Technician 40 17132444443 17132444445 17132444405 92 MELROY LIVING TRUST CARL R&SUSAN M OLDEN CRAIG D & LINDA FINCH 421 S 98TH AVE 411 S 98TH AVE 210 S 96TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444438 17132511409 17132444442 GEOFFREY C & ROBYN L BIGLOW GEOFFREY L&AMY L KNAUTZ JAMES L JR & DINA MARIE WILLIAMS 220 S 98TH AVE 7507 BARGE CT 420 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132511011 17132444404 17132444446 JOSHUA& CARLEE FIEDOR KENNETH R KENNEDY LARRY MICHAEL&JUDY LEE BAUGHER 9810 TIETON DR 208 S 96TH AVE 403 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444407 17132444409 17132444447 LISA A ESCOBAR LYLD D &CINDY L WAKEFIELD LYNN F MASSONG 9705 TIETON DR 9801 TIETON DR 221 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444441 17132444439 17132444402 MARK&WENDY MARTINEZ MARK A&CLAUDIA H GRADWOHL MARY ANN NEWLAND 416 S 98TH AVE 402 S 98TH AVE 9706 ORCHARD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444448 17132444440 17132511412 MARY ANNE DAUGHS MICHAEL D&ALLYSON UHLMAN MILTON W & LINDA ROSS 217 S 98TH AVE 410 S 98TH AVE 9702 TIETON DR YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 17132444420 17132444444 17132444419 NORMAN & BEVERLY LEAVERTON NORMAN L&SHARON L BASE PATRICK TRUE 5808 A SUMMITVIEW AVE#89 417 S 98TH AVE 402 S 96TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444417 32444415 1 2444416 RAYMOND& PAMELA NOVOBIELSKI RAY ND L& PAM VOBIELSKI RAY D L& PAM VOBIELSKI 200 ABBESS LN 200 AB 200 ABBEa, YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKI , A 08 Y ,WA 98 132444418 17132511406 26 RAY D L& PAM OBIELSKI SCOTT BACH Total Parcels- Ray Novobielski- 200 ABBE 9800 TIETON DR "Pottenger's Place" - PLP#002-20& Y ,WA 989 YAKIMA, WA 98908 SEPA#013-20 ct CAO4 OO7-aO HLA Engineering& Land Surveying N"t of ROWhectLiONS Attn: Eric Herzog 2803 River Rd ` L,P4ckCOD I 5 '6 /3/cAO4 i ao Yakima, WA 98902 cam!O )O fag /90 * INDEX 93 Ahtanum Irrigation District Century Link Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Cascade Natural Gas 10705-B Gilbert Road 8113 W Grandridge Blvd Manager 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 Yakima,WA 98903-9203 Kennewick,WA 99336 Yakima,WA 98902 bethbPahtanum,net City of Union Gap Charter Communications Chamber of Commerce Dennis Henne,Development Director Manager 10 North 9th Street 1005 North 16th Ave P.O.Box 3008 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Union Gap,WA 98903 Dennis.henne@uniongapwa.gov charnber9yakima orb Department of Agriculture Dept of Archaeology&Historic Preservation Department of Commerce Kelly McLain Review Team PO Box 42560 1063 S Capitol Way,Ste 106 1011 Plum St SE Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504-8343 Olympia,WA 98504-3172 SepaCildahp.wa gov kmclainC�agr.wa.gov reviewteam@c©mmerce,wa.gov Department of Ecology Department of Fish and Wildlife Annie Szvetecz,SEPA Policy Lead Department of Ecology Eric Bartrand P.O.Box 47703 Gwen Clear,Central Regional Coordinator 1701 South 24th Ave Olympia,WA 98504-7703 1250 West Alder Street Yakima,WA 98902 separeRister(7ecy.wa.ggv Union Gap,WA 98903 Eric.BartrandPdfw.wa,gov sepaunit@ecy.wa,Rov I©ri.white(a?ecv.wa,gav crose acoordinator ec .wa. ov Scott.DowneseDdfw.wa.gov TearnYakirna@dfw,wa.gov Department of Fish and Wildlife Department of Health Department of Natural Resources SEPA Desk Kelly Cooper SEPA Center PO Box 43200 PO Box 47820 PO Box 47015 Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504 SEPAdesk@dfw.wa,gov Kelly,cooper@d©h.wa.Rov se acenter dnr.wa. ov Department of Social&Health Services Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council-EFSEC Robert Hubenthal Environmental Protection Agency Office of Capital Programs NEPA Review Unit Stephen Posner,SEPA Officer P.O.Box 45848 1200 6th Ave#155, 14 D-12 PO Box 43172 Olympia,WA 98504 Seattle,WA 98101 Olympia,WA 98504-3172 Robert.Hubenthalpdshs.wa.sov sposnerPutc.wa.gov Engineering Division Bob Desgrosellier,Senior Engineer Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs 129 N 2nd Street 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 bob.desgr©sseller(avakimawa.gov Nob Hill Water Association Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Bob Irving,Engineering Technician Marty Miller Pacific Power 6111 Tieton Drive 1400 Summitview Ave,Ste#203 Mike Paulson Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 500 North Keys Rd bob@nobhlllwater.orr Martvm2(8 orfh.org Yakima,WA 98901 Parks&Recreation Commission North Yakima Conservation District Yakima Valley Trolleys Jessica Logan PO Box 42650 Manager Paul Edmondson Olympia,WA 98504 1606 Perry Street,Ste.C 313 North 3rd Street Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 Jess ca.Iogan@parks.wa,gov Yakima Valley Trolleys United States Postal Service US Army Corps of Engineers Seattle District,Regulatory Branch PO Box 796 Maintenance Department P.O.Box 3755 Yakima,WA 98907 205 W Washington AveD0C oi Info@yak$mavalleytr©Ileys.ofg Yakima,WA 98903 Seattle,WA 98124-3755 INDEX david,i.mo©reCausace,army.mil 94 WA State Dept of Health,Office of Drinking Water Wastewater Division WA State Attorney General's Office Jamie Gardipe Marc Cawley and Dana Kallevig 1433 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 16201 E Indiana Ave,Ste#1500 2220 East Viola Ave Spokane Valley,WA 99216 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 SEPA.reviewteam{a?doh.wa.gov marc.cawlev@vakimawa.gov Jamie.gardipe@doh.wa.gov dana.kallevi aklmawa. ov West Valley School District West Valley School District WSDOT Angela Von Essen,Asst.Supt.Of Business& Mike Brophy,Superintendent Paul Gonseth,Planning Engineer Finance 8902 Zier Road 2809 Rudkin Road 8902 Zier Road Yakima,WA 98908-9299 Union Gap,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98908-9299 brophym(+awvsd208.org gonsetu wsdot.gov vonessena@wvsd2O8.org WSDOT,Aviation Division Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs WSDOT Max Platts,Aviation Planner Rocco Clark, Environmental Coordinator South Central Region)Planning Office 7702 Terminal St SW P.O.Box 632 SCplanning@wsdot-wa,•ov Tumwater,WA 98501 Toppenish,WA 98948 plattst@wsdot.wa,gov Rocc©.clarka?bia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project Yakima Air Terminal Elizabeth Sanchey,Environmental Review John Marvin Robert Peterson,Airport Asst Manager Coordinator 760 Pence Road 2400 West Washington Ave P.O.Box 151 Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima,WA 98909 Yakima,WA 98903 esancheyPyakama,com marj@yakamafish-nsn.gov robert.peterson@yakimawa.gov Yakima County Building Department Yakima County Health District Harold Maclean Ryan Ibach,Director of Environmental Health Harold North 2nd Street,4th Floor Yakima County Commissioners 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr Ste#200 128Yakima,WA 98901 Commissioners,.web,Pco,yakima.wa.us Union Gap,WA 98903 vhd@co-yakima.wa.us Harold.MacieanCcaco-yakima.wa.us ryan.ibach@co,y..akima.wa,us Yakima County Flood Control District Yakima County Planning Yakima County Public Services Troy Havens&Dianna Woods Tommy Carroll&Jason Earles 128 North 2nd Street,4th Floor 128 North 2nd Street,4th Floor Lisa Freund, Public Services Director Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98901 128 North 2nd Street,4th Floor Yakima,WA 98901 Tr©y3Havens@co.yaklma.wa,us Thomas.Carroll@co.yakima,wa,us Iisa.freundPco,yakirna.wa.us Dianna.Woods B co.vakima.wa,us Jason.EariesPco,yakima,wa,us Yakima Greenway Foundation Yakama Indian Nation Kellie Connaughton,Executive Director Johnson Meninick,Cultural Resources Yakama Indian Nation 111 South 18th Street Program Ruth Jim,Yakima Tribal Council Yakima,WA 98901 P.O.Box 151 P.O.Box 151 kellleCavakimagreenwavorg Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakama Indian Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Yakima School District Yakima School District Hasan Tahat,Compliance,Engineering& Planning Division Supervisor Trevor Greene,Superintendent Stacey Locke,Asst.Supt.of Operations 186 Iron Horse Ct#101 104 North 4th Ave 104 N 4th Ave Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98902 hasanPvrcaa.©rg greene.trevor( yaklrnaschools.org lockestacey@ysd7.org ........................ Yakima School District Jay Baucom,Asst.Director of Maintenance Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Yakima Valley Canal Co &Operations Sandra Hull Robert Smoot 104 N 4th Ave 470 Camp 4 Rd 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 baucom,iay@yaklmaschools,org Yakima Valley Museum Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Peter Arnold,Executive Director Yakima Waste Systems Lynn Deitrick,Senior Planner Keith Kovalenko,District Manager 2105 Tieton Drive 311 North 4th Street,Ste#202 PO Box 2830 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 Cr Yakima,WA 98907 Lynn•DeitrickPyvc©g.org peter�Jyymuseum,ork INDEX keithk@wasteconnections.com 95 Ahtanum Irrigation District Century Link Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Cascade Natural Gas Manager 10705-B Gilbert Road 8113 W Grandridge Blvd 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 Yakima,WA 98903 Kennewick,WA 99336 Yakima,WA 98902 Charter Communications City of Union Gap Department of Agriculture Manager Dennis Henne,Development Director Kelly McLain 1005 North 16th Ave P.O.Box 3008 P.O.Box 42560 Yakima, WA 98902 Union Gap,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 ................ Environmental Protection Agency NEPA Review Unit Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs 1200 6th Ave#155, 14 D 12 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 Seattle,WA 98101 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 Pacific Power North Yakima Conservation District Yakima Valley Trolleys Mike Paulson Manager Paul Edmondson 500 North Keys Rd 1606 Perry Street,Ste.C 313 North 3rd Street Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 US Army Corps of Engineers United States Postal Service Yakima Valley Trolleys Seattle District Maintenance Deptartment PO Box 796 205 W Washington Ave Regulatory Branch Yakima,WA 98907 Yakima,WA 98903 P.O.Box 3755 Seattle,WA 98124-3755 Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Yakama Indian Nation WA State Attorney General's Office Johnson Meninick,Cultural Resources 1433 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 Superintendent Program Yakima,WA 98902 P.O.Box 632 P.O.Box 151 Toppenish,WA 98948 Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima School District Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Ruth Jim,Yakima Tribal Council Trevor Greene,Superintendent Sandra Hull P.O.Box 151 104 North 4th Ave 470 Camp 4 Rd Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima Valley Canal Co Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima,WA 98908 \\Apollo\Shared\Planning\Assignments-Plannin J Ing\LL,AABELS and FORMS\SEPA REVIEWING AGENCIES_updated 09.10.20-Form List.docx Type of Notice Nif_(}`.... P4a)I rN,l,.\ File Number: P1yf 'E+)61, -l4.#013 ciw if-(`Oil``t r6 Date of Mailing: /(9c /90 / DOC. INDEX 96 Parties of Record—I of Pottenger's Place—PLP#002-20, SEPAL . _3-20&CAO#007-20 t ILA Engineering&Land Surveying Ray Novobielski Norm Base Attn:Eric I lerzog 200 Abbess En 417 S 98'h Ave 2803 River Rd . Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 cllcrzog lilacivim Susan&Carl Olden Diana Marie Williams Lynn Massong 411 S 98ih Ave 420 S 981h Ave 221 S 98'h Ave Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 crosmo ci msn.com Werwilly5@msn.com Distribution E-mail List Revised 10/2020 Division E-mail Address Silvia Corona Clerk's Office Silvia.Corona@yakimawa.gov Car- es Code Administration GarolYrr.Belles rt rva:geµ Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Denman akimawa..ov John Zabell Code Administration John.Z.abell di akimawa._ov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelli.Florton akimawa.!ov Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda.Rossi.nol', akimawa..ov Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro.ContrerasM akimawa. ov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.Debussch�cre akimawa.gov Tony Doan Code Administration Tony.Doangyakimawa.gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Daven.orta akimawa._ov Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Rosalinda,lbarra akimawa,tov Bob Desgrosellier Engineering I3ob.Desgrosellier@yakimawa.gov_ Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.Riddle(D. akimawa..ov Aaron Markham 110.11111 Aaron,markham akimawn.lov Pat Reid IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMMMIIIIIIIIIIII Pal.Reid@yakimawa.goy Jeff.Cutter akimawa. cv =fi11111IIIIII Sara.Watkins@yakirnawa.gov. ONDS At'chc.Matthcws(iIyakitnawa.gov Joseph Calhoun Planning Josef h.Calhounid akimawa._ov ==111111111 Planning Lisa 3MaxevAyakimawa,.,gov 11 J—,,,,, Police EMEME Public Works Scott.Schafer{uyakimawa,gov Refuse Loretta.Zammarchi akimawa._ov Randy Layman Refuse Rand la man akimawa. ov Gregory Story IMMBIMIMIMIIIIIIIIIIII Crcgory.Scory@yakimawa.gov 11=IIIIIIMMMIMIMMIMIIIIIII Jamcs.Dcan@yakimawa.aov Dana Kallcvig Ilerall Dana.Kallevign,yakiniawa.gov Randy Meloy 1=111111111111111111111 Rand .Melo c akimawa._ov Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David.Brown@yakimawa.gov yakimawa.gov Water/Irrigation Mike.Shane akitnawa..ov Outside Distribution Name Address Inclu ed In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn: Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima,WA 98901 Yes ❑ No (Subdivision notices ONLY) Type of Notice: NA-c. 6 R wYILd Dt 3 File Number: LC' a I i) r / l07 01t1 Date of Mailing: 10/ q.(0 Doti. INDEX ~ � nr Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey Lisa Sent: Thursday, October 29. 20ZU1018AK4 � To: Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Contreras, Pedro; Corona, Silvia; Cutter,Jeff; Davenport, � Joan; Dean,James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Desgrosellier, Bob; Doan, ' Tony; Horton, Kelli; lbarra, Rosalincla; Kallevig, Dana; Layman, Randy; Markham, Aaron; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; K4e|oy, Randy; Murray, Matthew; Reid, Patrick; Riddle, Dan; Rossigno[ Linda; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Story, Gregory; Watkins, Sana;ZabeU' John; Zammaohi' Loretta; Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Bru|otte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber of Commerce; Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce (CTED) Review Team; Department of Ecology; Department ofEcology Lori White; Department of Ecology SEPA Register; Department nf Ecology 'CR0 Coordinator; Department o/ Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand; Department of Fish and Wildlife Scott Downes; Department ofNatural Resources; Dept of Social fk Health Svcs Robert Hubentha|; Dept.Archaeology& Historic Preservation SEPAReview; Desg/useUie[ Bob; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council Stephen Posner; Henne, Dennis; |barra' Rosa|inda; KaUevig. Dana; Nob Hill Water Bob Irving; Office o/ Rural fk Farmworker Housing Marty Miller; Peterson, Robert; Riddle, Dan; US Army Corps nfEngineers David Moore; VVAState Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water;VVAState Dept ofHealth, Office uf Drinking Water;VVA State Parks f1 Recreation [ommisdon;VVSDOT Paul Gonseth;VVSDOT South Central Regional Planning Office;VVSDOTAviation Max P|atts;VVVSD Angela Watts, Asst Suptof8os/Fin; VVVSD Mike Brophy, Supt; Yakame Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark; Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program E|izabethSanchey; Yakama'K|icNtatFishe/ies John Marvin; Yakima County Building Official Harold - Maclean; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Flood Control District Dianna Woods; Yakima County Flood Control District Troy Havens; Yakima County Health District; Yakima County Health District Ryan |bach; Yakima County Planning Manager Tommy Carroll; Yakima County Planning Zoning/Sub Jason Ear|es;Yakima County Public Svcs Director, Lisa Freund;Yakima GveenwayFoundation KeUieConnaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat; Yakima School District ]ay Beucom; Yakima School District Stacey Locke;Yakima School District Trevor Greene; Yakima Valley Museum Peter Arnold, Exec Director; Yakima Valley Trolleys; Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kova|enko; YVCOG LynnDeithck Cc: K4onick [o||eda Subject: Notice of Retained DNS Pottenger's Place PLP#002'20. CAO#007'20 & SEPA#013-20 Attachments: NOTICE OF RETAINED ONS_Pottenger'sPlace PLP [AOSEPA.PDF Attached imm Notice of Retained Determination of NOnsignNfioanca (C>NS) regarding the above-entitled project. If you have any questionsb tthia pnJposa|, please contact assigned p|annerCoUedo Mmniohat om. Thank you! Li3ap�8x8V Planning Technician City of Yakima Planning Division � p: 5Dy.576.O08Q --~ U 120 North 2nd Street, Yakima,Washington, O89O1 DEP, _TMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELJ ,dENT 98 .E1SS,WV Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager ditV Of YAKIMA 129 North Second Street, 2 Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 aslcplanning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE NOTICE OF RETENTION CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON October 29, 2020 File Numbers: PLP#002-20, CAO#007-20 & SEPA#013-20 The City of Yakima Department of Community Development issued a: [X] Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS), [ ] Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS), [ ] Modified DNS/MDNS, on October 5, 2020, for this proposal under the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) and WAC 197-11-340. This retention concerns a State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Review of a proposal to subdivide approximately 4.88 acres into 18 residential lots; 10 single-family common-wall lots and 8 multifamily triplex lots. Lot sizes will vary in size from approximately 4,304 square feet to 46,234 square feet. The lots will have frontage onto a public roadway. The project will be a two phased project with 16 lots in phase 1 and 2 lots in phase 2. The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. This threshold determination is hereby: [X] Retained [ ] Modified. Modifications to this threshold determination include the following: [ ] Withdrawn. This threshold determination has been withdrawn due to the following: [ ] Delayed. A final threshold determination has been delayed due to the following: Summary of Comments and Responses (if applicable): N/A Responsible official: Joan Davenport, AICP Position/Title: Community Development Director/SERA Responsible Official Phone: (509) 575-6183 Address: 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima,WA 98901 Date: October 29, 2020 Signature: You may appeal this determination to Joan Dave ort, City of Yakima Community Development Director, at 129 N 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901, no later than November 12, 2020. You must submit a completed appeal application form with the $580 application fee. Be prepared to make specific factual objections. Contact the City of Yakima, Planning Division, for information on appeal procedures. I 0 * r (*:? 99 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20 & CAO#007-20 Ra Novobielski - "Plat of Potten er's Place" 9711 Tieton Dr 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, Preliminary Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) and Public Hearing; a true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant, all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property, and SEPA reviewing agencies; that said parties are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 5th day of October, 2020. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Lisa Maxey Planning Technician ftm. 4 1 on Parties of Record—Piat of Pottenger's Place—PLP#002-20, SEPA#u i 3-20&CAO#007-20 1-ILA Engineering&Land Surveying Ray Novobielski Norm Base : Attn:Erie Ilerzog 200 Abbess Ln 417 S 98'h Ave 2803 River Rd Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 chevo FILIagjvil.corri Susan&Carl Olden Diana Marie Williams Lynn Massong 411 S 98'h Ave 420 S 98th Ave 221 S 98th Ave Yakima, WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Wcrwilly5@msn.com erosmo gimsn,com ........... „. ............... In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 10/2020 Name .... Division E-mail Address ........... , .... Silvia Corona Clerk's Office Silvia.Cororta@vakimawa,gov Carolyn Belles Code Administration car 11461-1 ' wa,. v Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn,Demnart@yakimawa.gov John Zabell Code Administration John:Lab40 akimawa, ov ................... Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelli.Florton0yakimawa.gov Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda,RossiKnol@yakimawa.gov .... „„„„ Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro.Contreras@vakimawa,gov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne,Debusscher c akimawa. oy ---- Tony Doan Code Administration Ton Doan akimawa.Joan Davenport Davenport Community Development JoanDavenport@vakimawa.gov .............. ............... Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Rosaiinda.lbarra yakimawa.gov Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Bob.Des rosellier akimawa, ov Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.Riddle0yakimawa.gov ............... Aaron Markham Fire Aaron,markharn r akimawa. ov Pat Reid Fire Pat.Reid yakimawa.gov — .. Jeff Cutter Legal Jeff.Cutter@yakiinawa.gov .... Sara Watkins Legal Sara.Watkins akitnawa. ov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie,Matthews@vakimawa,gpv Joseph Calhoun Planning Joseph.Calhotin@yakimawa.gov ...........Lisa Maxey Planning Lisa.Maxey@yakiniawa.gov Matt Murray Police Mattbew,marray@yakimawa,gov .....":::::.. Scott Schafer Public Works Scott,Schafergyakimawa.gov .......... „„ „„ „„,„ Loretta Zammarchi Refuse 1.,aretta.ZammarehiRyakimawa.gov Randy Layman Refuse Rand la martal akimawa.,ov Gregory Story Transit Gregory.Storygyakimawa.gov James Dean Utilities James.Deancayakimawa.gov ........................... „„„„„. .... .... Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana,Kallevig0yakimawa.gpv Randy Meloy Wastewater Rancly,Mcloy@yakiinawa.goy Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David,BrowngVakimawa.gov Mike Shane Water/Irrigation IVIike,Shane(i4yakimawa,gov . ...... Outside Distribution Name ' Address : Included In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn: Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima,WA 98901 ' Qt<'es 0 No (Subdivision notices ONLY) ..Type of Notice: Nic ocosifp,Y , R; Pitt. 'Das+Hcakirl File Number: Le# 7-°20 Date of Mailing: 10 /5/ga DOC. INDEX 1 oi 17132444443 17132444445 17132444405 MELROY LIVING TRUST CARL R&SUSAN M OLDEN CRAIG D & LINDA FINCH 421 S 98TH AVE 411 S 98TH AVE 210 S 96TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444438 17132511409 17132444442 GEOFFREY C& ROBYN L BIGLOW GEOFFREY L&AMY L KNAUTZ JAMES L JR& DINA MARIE WILLIAMS 220 S 98TH AVE 7507 BARGE CT 420 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 17132511011 17132444404 17132444446 JOSHUA&CARLEE FIEDOR KENNETH R KENNEDY LARRY MICHAEL&JUDY LEE BAUGHER 9810 TIETON DR 208 S 96TH AVE 403 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444407 17132444409 17132444447 LISA A ESCOBAR LYLD D &CINDY L WAKEFIELD LYNN F MASSONG 9705 TIETON DR 9801 TIETON DR 221 S 98TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 17132444441 17132444439 17132444402 MARK&WENDY MARTINEZ MARK A&CLAUDIA H GRADWOHL MARY ANN NEWLAND 416 S 98TH AVE 402 S 98TH AVE 9706 ORCHARD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444448 17132444440 17132511412 MARY ANNE DAUGHS MICHAEL D &ALLYSON UHLMAN MILTON W& LINDA ROSS 217 S 98TH AVE 410 S 98TH AVE 9702 TIETON DR YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444420 17132444444 17132444419 NORMAN & BEVERLY LEAVERTON NORMAN L&SHARON L BASE PATRICK TRUE 5808 A SUMMITVIEW AVE#89 417 S 98TH AVE 402 S 96TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98908 17132444417 17132444415 17132444416 RAYMOND& PAMELA NOVOBIELSKI RA' ' OND L& PAM ' ,I)VOBIELSKI RAYMO z & PAM A ' ii f•BIELSKI 200 ABBESS LN 200 A:: S • 200 ABB YAKIMA,WA 98908 YA, , A, - '8908 - A, WA 9891: 17132444418 17132511406 26 RAYM L& PA OVOBIELSKI SCOTT BACH Total Parcels- Ray Novobielski- 200 ABBESS 9800 TIETON DR "Pottenger's Place"- PLP#002-20& YAKI , A 989 YAKIMA, WA 98908 . SEPA#013-20 vik-'CA04+007-120 HLA Engineering& Land Surveying 1\4-ic of Afci5e1/11 ..6t1.1:5015,* - 0 frinci Attn: Eric Herzog PL.P4i-00,215M440isicA044/si-an 2803 River Rd Yakima,WA 98902 ey.\-k. 10 15/070 DOC. k. 0 _A 102 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Cascade Natural Gas Century Link 10705-B Gilbert Road 8113 W Grandridge Blvd Manager 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 Yakima,WA 98903-9203 Kennewick,WA 99336 Yakima,WA 98902 bethb( ahtanum.net City of Union Gap Charter Communications Dennis Henne, Development Director Chamber of Commerce Manager 10 North 9th Street 1005 North 16th Ave P.O.Box 3008 Union Gap,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 chamber@yakima.org Dennls.henne@uniongapwasov Department of Agriculture Dept of Archaeology&Historic Preservation Department of Commerce Kelly McLain Review Team PO Box 42560 1063 S Capitol Way,Ste 106 Olympia,WA 98504-8343 1011 Plum St SE Olympia,WA 98504 5epa@dal►p.wa.gov Olympia,WA 98504-3172 kmclain@agr.wa,gov reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology Department of Fish and Wildlife Annie Szvetecz,SEPA Policy Lead Department of Ecology Eric Bartrand P.O.Box Szvetecz, Clear,Central Regional Coordinator 1701 South 24th Ave 7703 Olympia,WA 98504-7703 1250 West Alder Street Yakima,WA 98902 Union Gap,WA 98903 Eric.Bartrand@dfwma.gov se are inter ec wa, ov croseoacoordinator(l ecv.we.gov Scott,Downes@dfw.wa.gpv sepaunit@ecv.wa.gov lori.white@ecy.wa.gov ecy,wa,gov TeamYakima@dfw.wa.gov Department of Fish and Wildlife Department of Health Department of Natural Resources SEPA Desk Kelly Cooper SEPA Center PO Box 43200 PO Box 47820 PO Box 47015 Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504 SEPAdesk@dfw.wa,gov Kell .coo er doh.wa. ov sepacenterCla dnr,wa.gov Department of Social&Health Services Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council•EFSEC Robert Hubenthal Environmental Protection Agency Stephen Posner,SEPA Officer Office of Capital Programs NEPA Review Unit PO Box 43172 P.O.Box 45848 1200 6th Ave#155, 14 D-12 Olympia,WA 98504-3172 Olympia,WA 98504 Seattle,WA 98101 Robert.Hubenthal dshs.wa. ov sp©sner[1utc.wa,gov Engineering Division Bob Desgrosellier,Senior Engineer Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs 129 N 2nd Street 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 bob.desgrosselieri yakimawa,gov Nob Hill Water Association Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Pacific Power Bob Irving,Engineering Technician Marty Miller 6111 Tieton Drive 1400 Summitview Ave,Ste#203 Mike Paulson Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 500 North Keys Rd bob nobhillwater,or• Martym2@orfh.org Yakima,WA 98901 Parks&Recreation Commission Jessica Logan North Yakima Conservation District Yakima Valley Trolleys PO Box 42650 Manager Paul Edmondson Olympia,WA 98504 1606 Perry Street,Ste.C 313 North 3rd Street Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 lessicAtiggen@parks.wa.gov Yakima Valley Trolleys United States Postal Service US Army Corps of Engineers Seattle District, Regulatory Branch PO Box 796 Maintenance Department DOG` P.O.Box 3755 Yakima,WA 98907 205 W Washington Ave `, Seattle,WA 98124-3755 Info@yaklmavalleytrolleys.org Yakima,WA 98903 Ifs Seattle, WA 9 124-37.army.mil , ^ _ 103 xm State Dept m Health,Office m Drinking Water Wastewater Division WA State Attorney General's Office Jomieanrd/ne Marc Cawley and Dana Ka||evig zozozEmmon; rwzscm azzosa�Viola Ave 143��ake,ideCour��te�zOu Ave, Spokane uoorxwxyoxzo vakima As8gVz Yakimv'vvAy8eoz 'vv man.caw4ev(@vaWnmwa.nov JamieAa d|oe6adoh^wa'wm« daoa.kaUevix(@yaWmawa.mov West Valley School District West Valley School District wSo0 Angela Von Essen,Asst.Supt.of Business& Mike Brophy,Superintendent Finance 89Ouziernoad Paul aonseth'Planning Engineer z8UsnudkmRoad u9OzzierRoad Yakima,vvA989O8'92ey Yakima,vvA989U8'9Z9y bnonhvm@Pwvsd2g� �� UnionGap'vv�yoe03 �pne�p@�w�dm�un, "onesscna��wvsd%V8.o,' ' w8oOT,Aviauonomision yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs vvsoOT Max p|atts'Aviation Planner Rocco Clark,Environmental Coordinator South Central negion|Planning Office 77Oz Terminal St SW p.O.Box 6]7 5Cp|onmnR(q)wsdnt^wa.mav Tumwater,vvAsnsoz Toppen|,h'vvx9894D n|a"m@wsu��.wa.xov Rnoo.c|ark@»bia,wov � ,okama Nation Environmental MumtProgram vakama'x|ick|tat Fisheries Project Yakima Air Terminal Elizabeth Saocnex Environmental Review � John Marvin Robert Peterson,mrpo�As�xxunager Coordinator ' p.0 Box z5z r6O Pence Road 2400vve, Washington Ave roppe^uh'vvAyny*u Yakima,w«98go9 Yakima,vvA98903 ���u,vv�,axamn.'nm nmri?vakamafish-»m,Aqv fo4q!l.netenon&avaWmawauov ��. Yakima County Building Department � Yakima County Health District Harold Maclean . Ryan mach'Director vf Environmental Health 128 North z"*Street,4`^Floor Yakima County Commissioners . zzzoAhtvnum Ridge o,Ste#zuo vak|ma'vvxg890z Co«`m�»|oneo @ ^«�� co�v*wm�^�a� uvv s Union Gap, vhd<aoavaN�n=�u, *amAJ&»ac�an@�4�m�=�a�s ' ' ' manjbach(c»covaNma^vau, Yakima County Flood Control District . Yakima County Planning � Troy Havens&Dianna Woods Tommy Carroll&Jasonsar|es Yakima County Public Services z38 North z18 Street,wrhFloor o8 North Znd Street,4thFloor . 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Environmental Protection Agency NEPA Review Unit Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs 1200 6th Ave#155,14 D-12 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 Seattle,WA 98101 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 .................. Pacific Power North Yakima Conservation District Yakima Valley Trolleys Mike Paulson Manager Paul Edmondson 500 North Keys Rd 1606 Perry Street,Ste.C 313 North 3rd Street Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 ................ United States Postal Service US Army Corps of Engineers Yakima Valley Trolleys Seattle District Maintenance Deptartment PO Box 796 205 W Washington Ave Regulatory Branch Yakima,WA 98907 Yakima,WA 98903 P.O.Box 3755 Seattle,WA 98124-3755 Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Yakama Indian Nation WA State Attorney General's Office Superintendent Johnson Meninick,Cultural Resources 1433 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 Program Yakima,WA 98902 P.O.Box 632 P.O.Box 151 Toppenish,WA 98948 Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima School District Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Ruth Jim,Yakima Tribal Council I Trevor Greene,Superintendent Sandra Hull P.O.Box 151 104 North 4th Ave 470 Camp 4 Rd Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima Valley Canal Co Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima,WA 98908 \\Apollo\Shared\Planning\Asssignments-Planning\LABELS and FORMS\SEPA REVIEWING AGENCIES_updated 09.10.20-Form List.docx � Type of Notice: I f t /14) i4eaki, File Number: 406 .... ..SFPA ff.tli:Sifirno-11097--ato Date of Mailing: 10 /5/r90 �t INDEX ^ � � 105Maxe � � f�== `y` Lisa ---�-~�~��^� From: K4axey, Lisa � Sent: Monday October O5, 202O1(lS7AK4 � To: Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Contreras, Pedro; Corona, Silvia; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, � Joan; Dean,James; DeBusscheoe, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; DexgnoseUier, Bob; Doan, � Tony; Horton, KeUi; |bana' Rosa|inda; KaUevig' Dana; Layman, Randy; Markham, Aaron; � Matthews, Archie; Maxey Lisa K4e|oy, Randy; Murray, Matthew; Reid, Patrick; Riddle, � Dan; Rossigno[ Linda; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Story, Gregory;Watkins, Sara; ZabeU, � ]ohr[Zammanchi Loretta; Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Bnu|otte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber of Commerce; Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce (CTE[) � Review Team; Department of Ecology; Department ofEcology Lori White; Department of Ecology SEPA Register; Department nf Ecology '[ROCoordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bart/and; Department of Fish and Wildlife Scott Downes; Department ofNatural Resources; Dept of Social & Health Svcs Robert Hubentha|; Dept. Archaeology f1 Historic Preservation SEPA Review; Desg/oseUier, Bob; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council Stephen Posner; Henne' Dennis; |bar»a, Rosa|inda; KaUevig' Dana; Nob Hill Water Bob Irving; Office nf Rural & Fa/mworkerHousing Marty Miller; Peterson, Robert; Riddle, Dan; US Army Corps ufEngineers David Moore;VVAState Dept of Health, Office ofDrinking Water; VVAState Dept ofHealth, Office of Drinking Water; VVA State Parks & Recreation [ommission;VVSDOT Paul Gonseth; VVSD0T South Central Regional Planning Office;VVSDOTAviation Max P|utts;VVVSD Angela Watts, Asst SuptofBus/Fin; VVVSD Mike Brophy, Supt.; Yakama Bureau o/ Indian Affairs Rocco [|a/k; Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program E|izabeth3anchey; Yokama'K|ickitat Fisheries John Marvin; Yakima County Building Official Harold Maclean; Yakima County Commissioners;Yakima County Flood Control District Dianna Woods; Yakima County Flood Control District Troy Havens; Yakima County Health District; Yakima County Health District Ryan |bach;Yakima County Planning Manager Tommy Carroll; Yakima County Planning Zoning/Sub Jason Ear|es;Yakima County Public Svcs Director, Lisa Freund; Yakima GneenwayFoundation KeUie [onnaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat; Yakima School District ]ay Baucom; Yakima School District Stacey Locke;Yakima School District Trevor Greene; Yakima Valley Museum Peter Arnold, Exec Director;Yakima Valley Trolleys; Yakima Waste ` Systems Keith Kova|enko;YV[OG Lynn Deit/ick; Brown, Michael; Davido' Sean; E| K4uodo; E| Sol de Yakima; Fannin,John; KAPPTV News; KDBD-KRSE Radio manager; KDNA Noticias; KDNA Radio Francisco Rios; KEPRTV News; K|K4ATV News; KIT News; K|T/KAT3/DK4VNyKFFK4 Lance Tormey; KNDOTV News; KNDUTV News; KUNVV'TV Univision; KVEW TV News; La Casa Hogar; La Voz; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR Anna King; Randy Luvaas Yakima Business Times; R[DR Maria CU Rodriguez; Reed � C. Pell; Tu Decides; Tu Decides Albert Torres; West Valley School District Angela � Watts;Yakima Herald Republic Mai Hoang;Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima Valley Business Times; YPA[ Randy Beeh|er;A| Rose; Funk, Kay;Jacob Liddicoat; Leanne Hughes-Mickel; Lisa Wallace; Mary Place; Phi|ipOstriem; Rob McCormick Cc: Munick, CnUeda Subject: Notice of Application, SEPA, Preliminary DNS & Public Hearing Pottenger's Place PLP#002, SEPA#013, CAD#007'20 Attachments: NOTICE OF APPLICATION, SEPA, PRELK4|NARY DNS fk PUBLIC HEAR|NG_Pottenger's....pdf � 106 Attached is a Notice of Application, SEPA Environmental Review, Preliminary Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS), and Public Hearing regarding the above-entitled project. If you have any questions about this proposal, please contact assigned planner Colleda Monick at coil onick •Nakimawa.gov. Thank you! Lisa Maxey Planning Technician City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509.576.6669 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima,Washington,98901 2 1 07 axey, Lisa From: Simon Sizer <ssizer@yakimaherald.com> Sent: Thursday, October 01, 2020 4:59 PM To: Maxey, Lisa Subject: Re: 10/5/20 Legal Ad for City of Yakima Planning - Pottenger's Place Attachments: 961362.pdf Follow Up Hag: Follow up Hag Status: Flagged Good afternoon Lisa. I have scheduled this legal notice for 10/5, for a cost of$445.30. Simon Sizer I Legal &Obituary Clerk Yakima Herald-Republic 114 North 4th Street, Yakima, WA 98901 P.O. Box 9668, Yakima, WA 98909 Phone: (509) 577-7740 Fax: (509) 577-7766 From: Maxey, Lisa <Lisa.Maxey@YAKIMAWA.GOV> Sent:Thursday, October 1, 2020 2:58 PM To: Simon Sizer<ssizer@yakimaherald.com> Subject: 10/5/20 Legal Ad for City of Yakima Planning- Pottenger's Place Hi Simon, Please publish the attached legal notice on Monday October 5, 2020, Thank you! Lisa axey a, .1 Planning Technician City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509.576.6669 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington, 98901 1 108 CITY OF YAKIMA / i t re i t r W cwEKmE F A NOTICE OF APPLICATION,ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, After registering,you will receive emailed instructions for AND PUBLIC HEARING joining the meeting online with your device or by calling in. DATE:10/5/2020;FROM:Joan Davenport,AICP,Community View the Hearing Online by Zoom:To join the meeting, Development Director;APPLICANT:HLA Engineering 8 Land click the link in the confirmation email that you received after Surveying Inc on behalf of Ray Novobielski;FILE NUMBER: registering.All attendees will be muted upon entry.If you wish PLP#002-20,SEPA#013.20,CAO007.20;LOCATION: to speak during the public hearing,use the"raise your hand" 9711 Tieton Dr.;TAX PARCEL NUMBER(S): 171324-44415, feature.When it is your turn to speak,the host will unmute -44416,-44417,-44418;DATE OF APPLICATION:5/18/2020. you.A message will appear on your screen,and you will PR E DE CRIP The proposed Plat of"Pottenger"s need to select"unmute."You should announce your name Place"will subdivide approximately 4,88 acres into 18 residen- and mailing address for the record prior to making your corn- tial lots.10 single family common wall lots,and 8 multi-family ments.Once you are finished with your comments,the host tri-plex's lots.Lot sizes will vary in size from approximately will mute you.Listen to the Hearing by Phone:You may 4,304 square feet to 46,234 square feet, The lots will have call any of the phone numbers listed in the confirmation email frontage onto a public roadway.The project will be a two that you received after registering,You will need to enter the phased project with 16 lots in phase 1 and 2 lots in phase 2- meeting ID and password when prompted,All attendees will The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is be muted upon entry.If you wish to speak during the public located partially within the Iloodplain. ETE TION F hearing,press'9 on your phone to"raise your hand."When it �S)STE) Pursuant to YMC§16.06.020(A),the project is your turn to speak,you will hear an automated announce- considerations are determined to be consistent with applicable ment indicating your phone has been unmuted and you can development regulations,as follows:1)The type of land use: now be heard by all participating in the meeting.You should Preliminary Long Plat for 18 residential lots,mixture of 10 announce your name and mailing address for the record single family common wall lots and 8 multi-family triplex lots;2) prior to making your comments,Once you are finished with Level of Development:34 residences on 4.88 acres;approx. your comments,the hose will mute you and you will hear an 8 units/acre;3)Infrastructure and public facilities:The subject automated announcement indicating your phone has been property is able to be served by public streets,water garbage muted.N9 E I Following the collection,etc,;and 4)Characteristics of development: 18 public hearing,the Yakima Planning Commission will issue lots ranging from 4,304 to 46,234 square feet.Pursuant to its Recommendation within ten(10)business days,When YMC§16.06,020(B),the development regulations and corn- available,a copy of the Recommendation will be malted to prehensive plan considerations are found to be consistent, parties of record and entities who were provided this notice, as follows:1)The type of land use:Preliminary Long Plat for A separate public notice will be provided for the public 18 residential lots;2)Density of Development:8.19 dwelling hearing before the Yakima City Council.The file containing units per net residential acre;and 3)Availability and adequacy the complete application is available for public review at the of infrastructure and public utilities:The subject properly Is City of Yakima Planning Division,City Hall—2nd Floor, 129 N. able to be served by public facilities.NOTICE OF ENVIRON- 2nd St.,Yakima,WA.If you have questions regarding this pro- MENTAL REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private posal,please call Colleda Monick,Community Development agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the Specialist,at(509)576-6772,or email to:colleda.monick@ City of Yakima Planning Division has been established as the yakimawa.gov. lead agency,pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act(SEPA)for the above stated project,The City of (961362)October 5,2020 Yakima is Issuing a Preliminary Determination of Non- Significance(DNS)on this project.WAC 197-11-340 is being used,The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate the adverse environmental impacts of the proposal:No impacts identified.Required Permits: The following local,state and federal permits/approvals are needed for the proposed project: Building Permit,Grading Permit,Critical Areas Permit,Traffic Concurrency;Required Studies:N/A;Existing Environmental Documents:Criti- cal Areas Identification Form;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 Plan,Preliminary deter- mination of the development regulations that will be used for project mitigation and consistency:Future projects will require compliance with the International Building Code, City of Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance,City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan and City of Yakima Title 12 Development Standards,REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS AND N� AF PURL t ,,,yg�j+��The public is encouraged to review and comment on the proposed application.Written comments may be submitted prior to or at the public hearing. The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Com- mission has been scheduled for Wednesday December 9, 2020,beginning at 3:00 p.m.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the hearing will not be held in the City Hall Council Chambers, but will be held virtually via Zoom.Any person desiring to express their views on the matter is invited to attend the hear- ing to provide testimony,All written comments received by 5:00 p.m.on October 26,2020,will be considered prior to Issuing the staff recommendation to the Yakima Plan- ning Commission,and will be made part of the official record.You can mail your comments to:Joan Davenport, AICP,Community Development Director,City of Yakima, Department of Community Development,129 N.2nd St; Yakima,WA 98901.iF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THIS VIRTUAL MEETING TO LISTEN AND/OR TESTIFY, PLEASE REGISTER WITH YOUR NAME AND EMAIL ADDRESS IN ADVANCE HERE:https:/(cityofyaklma.zaom D C INDEX # 62—�j2 A— 109 • CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION,ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING comment on the proposed application.Written.comments DATE:10/5/2020;FROM:Joan Davenport,AICP,Commu- may be submitted prlorto or at the ublic heating.The public nity Development Director;APPLICANT:HLA Engineering hearing before the Cily of Yakima"fanning Corh#ftlss€on &Land Surveying Inc on behalf of Ray Novobielski;FILE has been scheduled forWednesdayDecember 9;2020, NUMBER:PLP#002-20,SEPA#013-20,CAO#007-20; beginning at 3:00 p.m.Due to the COVID-19 pandemfe.the LOCATION:9711 Tieton Dr.;TAX PARCEL NUMBER(S): 'hearing will not be held In the City Halt Council Chambers; 171324-44415,-44416,-44417,-44418;DATE OF APPLICA- but will be held virtually via Zoom.Any person desiring to TION:5/18/2020. P The proposed express their views on the matter is invited to attend the hear- Plat of"Pottenger's Place"will'subdivide approximately 4.88 ing to provide testimony.AlIwrltten comments received by acres into 18 residential lots.10 single family common wall t00 p.m.on October26,2020,will be considered prior lots,and 8 multi family tri-plex's lots.Lot sizes will vary in to'Issuing the staff recommendation to the Yakima Plan- size from approximately 4,304 square feet to 46,234 square ning Commission,and will be made part ofthe official, feet. The lots will have frontage onto a public roadway.The record.You can mail your comments"to:Joan Davenport, project will be a two phased project with 16 lots in phase 1 Po and 2 lots in phase 2. The site is located in the R-2 and R 3 AICP,C mmunhymunit ment Director,City of Yakima, zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. Department of Communit Develepment,129 N.2nd St:' tDHIS,i8 ENC1 Pursuant to YMC§ Yakima,WA 98901.IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND DETERMINATION OF C THIS VIRTUAL MEETING TO.LISTEN.AND/OR TESTIFY, 16.06.020(A),the project considerations are determined to PLEASE REGISTER WITH YOUR NAME AND EMAIL be consistent with applicable development regulations,as 'ADDRESS IN ADVANCE HERE:httpS J/.,cityolyaklma.409111,, follows:1)The type of land use:Preliminary Long Plat for 18 residential lots,mixture of 10 single family common wall lots After registering,you will receive emailed instructions for and 8 multi-family triplex lots;2)Level of Development:34 h residences on 4.88 acres;approx.8 units/acre;3)Infrastruc- joining t e meting online with your device.or by-calling in. View the Hearing Online by Zoom:To join the meeting, ture and public facilities:The subject property is able to be Click the link in the confirmation email that you received after served by public streets,water garbage collection,etc.;and registering.All attendees will be muted upon entry.If you wish 4)Characteristics of development:18 lots ranging from 4,304 to speak during the public hearing,use the"raise your hand" to 46,234 square feet.Pursuant to YMC§16.06.020(B),the featuto.When It is your tum to speak;the host will unmute development regulations and comprehensive plan consid- you.A messago:will appear on your screen,and you will orations are found to be consistent,as follows: 1)The type need to select"unmute."You sh"ould'announce your name of land use:Preliminary Long Plat for 18 residential lots;2) and mailingaddress for recordprior to making Density of Development:8.19 dwelling units per net residen- your corn- acre;and 3)Availability and adequacy of.infrastructure meets.mute you.e. are finished Hwearing our Phone:ts,the host and public utilities:Thesubject propertylsable:to be served will you.Listen to the s listedsting by the confirmation You may call any of the Ph©n.,®.numbers In small by public facilities.���ENVIRONMENTAI.:.REVIEW that you received after registering.You will need t4 enter the This is to notify all the public and private agencies with juris meeting ID and password when prompted.All attendees will diction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Ise elated upon entry,If You Wish to'speak during thipublic Planning Division has been established as the lead agency, hearing,press*9 orryour.phone to "raise your hand;*Whenit pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act €s yoarturn tospeak;;you will hear an.autq"mated announve (SEPA)for the above stated project.The City of Yakima is "mentindioet€ng:your phone has'been unit:ute'dand you can. Issuing a Preliminary Determination of Non-Significance now be heard by all'participating in the meeting,You'shot;tld (DNS)on this project.WAC 197-11-340 is being used.The announce=your name and mailIng address'forthe record•,. following conditions have been identified that may be used to prior tip making ycur comments,Once you are finished with mitigate the adverse environmental impacts of the proposal: .yourcortiments,the host will mute you and you will;h:'ear'tan No impacts identified.Required Permits:The following automated announcement indicatir4 your phone has been local,state'and federal permits/approvals are needed for the mtded,NOTICE OF'R COMMENDA-#IO Followingthe . proposed project: Building Permit,Grading Permit,Critical public hearing,the'Yakima PIanning,CommissiOnViIiiseue Areas Permit,Traffic Concurrency;Required Studies:N/A; "#ts R.ecomnlertdetlon wit in.ton(10),businesS'days.When Existing Environmental Documents:Critical Areas ldentifi- available,a:copy Of•theRecomrnendation will bait:tailedto cation Form;Development Regulations for Project Mitiga- parties of record and entitles who were provided this notice.. tion and Consistency Include:the State Environmental Pol- A separate ppubitc notice will be provIldedfctrthe Burin. icy Act,the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance,YMC Title hearing before the Yakima City,Ceuricil.The:.fiie'containing 12—Development Standards,and the Yakima Urban Area thecomplete application.ls available for public revlew'atthe Comprehensive Plan.Preliminary determination of the City'of YekimaPlanning Division,City Hall--2nd '129 development regulations that will be used for project mit- N..2nd St,Yakima INA.If you have questions regarding this igation and consistency:Future projects will require corn- pliance with the International Building Code.,City of Yakima proposal.please call Colleda Monick,Community Develop. ment. pecialist,at(,50.9).576-6772,oremailto:c©lteda. .. Vebar't:Area oning.0rdihWei:Gtty:pf Yak.pta=.Crompp:cehen-.. , monlck®yakimawa,gov. efvePlooand:City:of akima'Title:.1 D.eveopfnentStandards. gEQUEST FOR WRiTTEN.C.4MM NTS AND NOTICE OF: (961362)October 5,2020 PUBLIC HEARING The public is encouraged to review and DOC, INDEX # 6- LrA llO � DEPARTMENT 0F COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTJoan Davenport, AICP, Director � Planning Division CITY OF Jox�nbCu|houn, � ~� . _.-=— � 129North Second Street, 2"' Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.p\arming@yakimawa.gov - www.yakinawu.aov/semicus/p|aiining � NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: October 5. 2O3O TO: 8EPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners FROM: Joan Davenport, A|CP. Community Development APPLICANT: HL/\ Engineering & Land Surveying Inc on behalf uf Ray Novobia|oki FILE NUMBER: PLP#002-20. SEPA#013-30. CA[)#007-20 LOCATION: 9711 TietonOr. TAX PARCELN0Y@BEFK(S): 171324'44415. -44416. '44417. -44418 DATE OPAPPLICATION: May 18. 2U2O |PROJECT rDESCRIPTION The proposed Plat of"Pottenger's Place"will subdivide approximately 4.88 acres into 18 residential lots. 10 single family common wall lots, and 8 mu|ti'temi|ytri'p|ex'o lots. Lot sizes will vary in size from approximately 4,304 square feet to 46,234 square feet. The lots will have frontage onto o public roadway. The project will be m two phased project with 16 lots in phase 1 and 2 lots in phaoe2. The site is located in the R-2and R-3zoning districts and is located partially within the flondp|ain DETERMINATION ' CONSISTENCY Pursuant tuYK8C § 16.06.020(A). the project considerations are determined to be co'ns|mtentwith applicable development nugu|aUons, as follows: 1. The type of land use: Preliminary Long Plat for 18 residential /ots, mixture of 10 single family common wall lots and 8 mu|U'hami|ythp|ex lots 2. Level of Development: 34 residences on4.88 acres; approx. 8units/anre 3, Infrastructure and public facilities: The subject property is able to be served by public streets, water garbage collection, etc. 4 Characteristics of development: 18 lots ranging from 4,304 to 46,234 square feet. ' Pursuant to YMC § 16.06.020(B), the development regulations and comprehensive plan considerations are found to be consistent, as follows: 1. The type of land use: Preliminary Long Plat for 18 residential lots. 2. Density ofDevelopment: 8.19dwe||ing units per net residential acre 3. Availability and adequacy of infrastructure and public utilities: The subject property im able b» be oon/ed by public facilities. NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Planning Division has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for the above stated project. The City of Yakima is issuing a Preliminary Determination of Non-Significance(DNS)on this project. WAC 197-11-340 is being used. The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate the adverse environmental impacts of the proposal: No impacts identified. Required Permits: The following |ooa/, obeho and federal permits/approvals are needed for the proposed project: Building Permit, Grading Permit, Critical Areas Permit, Traffic Concurrency Required Studies: N/A Existing Environmental Documents: Critical Areas Identification Form Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include- the State Environmental Policy Act, the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinonoe, YyWC Title 12--Oeve|opment Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. IN ill � � Preliminary determination of the development regulations that will bm used for project mitigation � and consistency: Futuna projects will require compliance with the |nbennoUqna| Building Coda. City of � Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan and City of Yakima Title 12 � Development Standards. � ~ /REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS �AND NOVICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public iaencouraged � ho review and comment on the proposed application. Written comments may be submitted prior to or at � the public hearing. The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Commission has been � scheduled for Wednesday December 9. 2020, beginning at3:00 p.nn' Due ho the COV|O-19pandemic, the hearing will not be held in the City Hall Council Chambers, but will be held virtually via Zoom. Any person desiring to express their views on the matter is invited to attend the hearing to provide testimony. All written comments received by 5:00 p.nm. om October 2G' 2020,will bmconsidered prior to issuing the staff recommendation tothe Yakima Planning Commission, and will be made part of the official record. You can mail your comments to: Joan Davenport, A|CP. Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department mYCommunity Development 129 N. 2md St'' Yakima,��^�98901 IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THIS VIRTUAL MEETING TO LISTEN AND/OR TESTIFY, PLEASE REGISTER WITH YOUR NAME AND EMAIL After registering, you will receive emailed instructions for joining the meeting online with your device or by calling in. View the Hearing Online by Zoom: To join the meeting, click the link in the confirmation email that you received after registering. All attendees will be muted upon entry. If you wish to speak during the public hearing, use the"raise your hand" feature. When it is your turn to speak, the host will unmute you. A message will appear on your screen, and you will need to select"unmute." You should announce your name and mailing address for the record prior to making your comments. Once you are finished with your comments, the host will mute you. ^ Listen tm the Hearing by Phone: You may call any of the phone numbers listed in the confirmation email that you received after registering. You will need to enter the meeting ID and password when prompted. All attendees will be muted upon entry. If you wish to speak during the public hearing, press *9 on your phone to "raise your hand."When it is your turn to speak, you will hear an automated announcement indicating your phone has been unmuted and you can now be heard by all participating in the meeting. You should announce your name and mailing address for the record prior to making your comments. Once you are finished with your comments, the host will mute you and you will hear an automated announcement indicating your phone has been muted. OKTnCERECOMMENDATION Following the public hearing, the Yakima Planning Commission will iooueitsRocommendotionwithin ten (1D) business days. When available, a copy of the Recommendation will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice. A separate public notice will bmprovided for the public hearing before the Yakima City Council. The file containing the complete application 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 Co||edaPWonick. Community Development Specialist, ot(50&) 57O-8772. or email to: oo||ada.monink@yohimowa.gov. Enclosed: Na,naUves, Project Descriptions, Site Plan, and Vicinity Map '°^'." � I 2015 mw � DEP/ ,TMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELL MENT 112 N*WW1. Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division MA Joseph Calhoun, Manager D CITY OF YAKI 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON October 5, 2020 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Proposal to subdivide approximately 4.88 acres into 18 residential lots. 10 single family common wall lots, and 8 multi-family triplex's lots. Lot sizes will vary in size from approximately 4,304 square feet to 46,234 square feet. The lots will have frontage onto a public roadway. The project will be a two phased project with 16 lots in phase 1 and 2 lots in phase 2. The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain. (SEPA#013-20) LOCATION: 9711 Tieton Dr. PARCEL NUMBERS: 171324-44415, -44416, -44417, -44418 PROPONENT: HLA Engineering & Land Surveying on behalf of Ray Novobielski PROPERTY OWNERS: Ray Novobielski LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBERS: PLP#002-20, CAO#007-20 & SEPA#013-20 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 under WAC 197-11-340; the lead agency will not act on this proposal for 20 days from the date of this preliminary threshold determination. All comments must be submitted by 5:00 pm on October 26, 2020. Responsible Official: Joan Davenport Position/Title: SEPA Responsible Official Phone (509) 575-6183 Address: 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 Date October 5, 2020 Signature " * 4 7 DER. DE lJ6Sf\RVX]LL{) COW JTAR10 113 � � Joao Davenport, AlCP, DirocVnou � Division de Phnbicaoi6n ; Allimm Joseph Calhoun, Ger«nto � i CITY OF YAKIMA i29 Norte CaUe2', 2" Piso �ukmu �V&y090| � ' ~ n�uvvu�o� ' axk p|uoni � � AV|SO DEAPL|CAC| ~N. REVISON AMBAENTAL' Y AUD|ENC|A P'BLICA � E] Oepadomenbzde OeuanoUoComunitahode |a Ciudad deYakima ha rooibido unaop|icaoibn porparta � doun pnopiebaho/oo|k:honheyeobneo un eviuosobnyemoeo|icitud. |nfonnecidn oobno |o ubioaci6n de |a prop/ododenoumoUbny |aao|icitudeu |msi0uien0e: FECWAOTORGADA: 5daootubno. 3020 PARA: AoenoiasdeRevisidnAmbienba|. Go|icibanheyPrupietarioaAdy000nbea DE: Joan Oavenport, A|CP, OinaotonadeDanarno||nComunitario SOLIC|TANTE: HLA Engineering & Land Surveying Inc/ Ray Novobia|ahi No. DE AFRCHUV0: PLP#002-20. SEPA#013-20. CAD#007-20 UB|CAC| 'N: 9711 Tiebzn Or. No. DE PARCELA(S): 171324-44415. '44416. -44417. '44418 FECHA0EAFLVCAC|6Nb 18demayo. 3020 'U��� Conforme a| Cbdigo Municipal YK8C §16.06.020(A). |oa uono|Uenec|oneo del pnoyeotoaedetarminenmonoiobanhooa |aasiguienhaanonnaoap|ioob|eo: 1. B tipo de uso barneno|: Subdivimidn Pne|iminar de 18 lobes n*sidenoio|en, mezo|o de 10 |ohnu unihami|ioroon panad'oomdn y 8trip|emao rnu|dfami|ianas. 2. Nive| do dosarro||o: 34 neoidennioo on 4.88 ooneu; epponimadomenba 8 unidadon poronpe. 3. |nfroeotruotura a insta|oninnao pdb|icoo: La pnopiudad on ouasUbn puedeoeroemida poroa||es ' pOb|inon, eguo. naon|enoibndebosuna. etc. 4 Conycteriodcaa del dmoerro||o: 18 |otoodeodm4.3O4 pies ouadnadoma48.234 pies cuadnodos. Conforman| Cbdigo K8unicipa| YyNC §16.00.020(B). |osnog|amentomdmdmoarro||oy |a000noidaracionea del plan nompnahoneivo son cuhenentea. de |eoiguiantomanene: 1. E| Upo del umoberrena|: 8ubdivioidnPno|iminarpara18 |otamnsaidencia|eo. 2. Oonnidad del deaerro||o: 818unidodesdeviviendapor acre netoreoidonnia| 3. Dioponibi|idad y adaouocibn de infneeotruoturo y memioiqm pOb|icoo: La propiedod en oumoUbn puedeoeromrvidaporinote|mcioneopOb|icos. AVISO ]DE'|REVsi6N^.AMBIE--- : Embo es pana nodfioar a |ms ogenciaa con jurisdiooi6n y exporimncia ambienby| y o| pbb|ioo que |a Ciudad do Yakima. Division de P|onifioacibn, se oobmb|mno oomo |a a0anoia principal, deacuandocon |m Ley Estaba| do Po|iUoaAmbianta| de Washington (SEPA) paro |a naviaibn de aote prnyanto. La Ciudad de Yakima wspmrm ermitirmma Detmrmminmci6n Fnm|immimarde No-Significaocia (DNS) pmnmmste pmmyectm.VVAC§ 187-11-34OoauU|ioany. SahenidanUfivado|omoiguienheocondiuimneaquopueden uoaroe pana miUgar|os impaotosambienty|eeedveruoodm |o pnopueeto: noaeidontifioaron impootom. Permmisma Fkequmr|dms: Los siguientes pmrnnisoo/oprobaoionaa |oco|ao, onbata|en, yhadena|ao puodon omendn necmoarios panamsba pnoyeoto: Permioode Conutruccidn, Perminodm Nive|aoibn Ternana|, PermiaodeAreas Criticoo. Revinibn de Conourronuia de Tnafioo. EstudiosReqmeridos: N64 DocummmmtosAnmbimots|es Eximtentem: Formu|erioda |donUfioaci6n da Areas Critioos *^'"" 114 Los Reglamentos de Desarrollo para Ia Mitigation y Consistencia de Proyectos Incluyen: La Ley Estatal de Politica Ambiental de Washington, La Ordenanza de Zonificacion del Area Urbana de Yakima, Los Estandares de Desarrollo del Titulo 12, y el Plan Integral del Area Urbana de Yakima, Determination Preliminar de las Regulaciones de Desarrollo que se utilizaran para Ia mitigation y consistencia del proyecto: Proyectos futuros requeriran cumplimiento con el COdigo Internacional de Construction, la Ordenanza de Zonificacion del Area Urbana de Yakima, el Plan Integral del Area Urbana de Yakima, y los Estandares de Desarrollo del Titulo 12. SOLICITUD DE COMENTARIOS ESCRITOS Y AVISO DE AUDIENCIA PUBLICA Se anima al publico a revisar y comentar sobre el proyecto. Comentarios escritos pueden ser enviados antes de o durante la audiencia publica. La audiencia publica frente a Ia Comision de Planificacion ha sido programada para el miercoles 9 de diciembre, 2020, comenzando a las 3:00 p.m. Debido a la pandemia de COVID-19, la audiencia no se Ilevara a cabo en la Sala del Concejo Municipal, sino que sera programada virtualmente usando la plataforma Zoom. Se le invita a cualquier persona que desee expresar sus opiniones sobre este caso a asistir a la audiencia publica o a presentar comentarios por escrito. Todos los comentarios escritos recibidos antes de las 5:00 p.m. el 26 de octubre, 2020 saran considerados antes de emitir la recomendacion a Ia Comision de Planificacion, y saran parte del archivo oficial. Envie sus comentarios escritos a: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima,WA 98901 SI DESEA ASISTIR A ESTA REUNION VIRTUAL PARA ESCUCHAR Y!O TESTIFICAR, REGISTRESE POR ADELANTADO CON SU NOMBRE Y CORREO ELECTRONICO AQUI: htt 0/oft o akima,zoom,uslwebinarlre isterlWN b cwElcmES6eF6s2tL5o 5A Despues de registrarse, recibira instrucciones por correo electrOnico para ingresar en linea con su dispositivo o Ilamando por telefono. Ver la audiencia publica en linea por Zoom: Para ingresar a la reunion, haga clic en el enlace ubicado en el correo electrOnico de confirmaciOn que recibio al registrase. Todos los participantes saran silenciados al ingresar. Si desea hablar durante la audiencia publica, use la funciOn para "levantar Ia mano". Cuando sea su turno de hablar, el anfitriOn desactivara el silenciador. Un mensaje aparecera en su pantalla y seleccione la option "unmute". 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AVISO DE LA RECOMENDACION FINAL: Diez dias despues de la audiencia publica, una copia de la recomendaciOn sera enviada a las personas y agencias que recibieron este aviso o enviar comentarios escritos. Un aviso por separado sera enviado para notificarle sobre Ia audiencia publica frente al Concejo Municipal de Yakima. El archivo que contiene la aplicacion completa esta disponible para inspection publica en la Oficina de PlanificaciOn de la Ciudad de Yakima en el 129 al Norte la Calle 2da, Yakima, WA. Si tiene cualquier pregunta sobre esta propuesta, puede contactar a la Oficina de PlanificaciOn al (509) 575-6183 o por correo electrOnico al: ask.plannin , yakim wa,dov Adjuntes: Narrativo, Description del Proyecto, Plan de Sitio, Maps DOC. 115 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: PLP#002-20 SEPA#013-20 & CAO#007-20 Ray Novobielsk- "Pottenger's Place" 9711 Tieton Dr I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the Yakima City Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Application and Environmental Review; a true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant, SEPA reviewing agencies, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property; that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division; and that said notices were mailed by me on the 13lh day of July,2020. That I mailed said notices in the manrter herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Lisa Maxey Planning Technician ~ 17133444443 17132444445 17132444405 yNELROY LIVING TRUST CARLR &SU5ANyNOLDEN CRA|GD& L|NDAFINCH 42lS90THAVE 411S9QTHAVE 31OS96THAVE YAK|K4A^ VVAS8QO8 YAK|M/,VVA9DgOg YAK|MA, VVAg89O8 17132444438 17132511409 ' 17132444442 GEOFFREY[ &, RO8YNL8|GLOVV GEOFFREYL&AK4YLKNAUT3 JAK4ESL]R& D|NAMAR|EWILLIAMS 22U398THAVE 75O7 BARGE[T 42OS98THAVE YAK|MA, VVA98908 YAK|MA, VVA9Q0OQ YAK|K8A,VVA989OQ 17132511011 17132444404 — 17132444446 ]OSHUA& CARLEEF|EDOR KENNETH R KENNEDY LARRYM|CHAEL0,]UDY LEE BAUGHER 9810T|ETONDR ' 2O8S96THAVE 403S98THAVE Y4K|MA, VVA989O8 YAK|MA, VVA980OO Y4K|MA, VVA989OO � L|SAAEGCOQAR � LYLDD6\C|NDYLVVAKEF|ELD LYNNFMASSONG 9705T|ETONDR 9801T|ET]NDR JJ1S98THAVE YAN|WiA, VVA889UD YA0M4,VVA989D8 ' YAK|K4A^ VVA9Q9O8 � MARK&VVENDYW1ART|NEZ MARK A&CLAUDIA HGRADVVOHL W1ARYANNNEVVLAND 41GS9QTHAVE 4D2S98THAVE 97O6 ORCHARD AVE YAK|M/,VVA9890O YAK|K4A' VVA989U8 YAK|MA,VVA9O90O 17132444448 17132444440 17132511412 MARYANNE OAUGHS yN|CHAEL D &ALLYSON UHLyNAN M|LTON VV& L|NDA KOSS 217S98THAVE 41DS98THAVE 9702T|ETONDR YAK|MA,VVA98808 YAN|MA' VVA9OSO8 | YAK|K4A' VVA989D8 / 17132444420 17132444444 17132444419 NORK8AN & BEVERLYLEAVERTON NORK4ANL&SHARONLBASE PAJR|CKTRUE 58O8ASUMK8|TV|EVV AVE#89 41769QTHAVE 4O2596THAVE YAK|MA`VVA989O8 YAK|K8A, VVA9Q9OD YAK|MA^VVA9D9O8 - - -_ __ _ l7l324444l� 1� ! 17132444416 1-"31 f4444< RAYMOND& PAMELA NOVOBIELSKI RAYM L& PA NOVOBIELSKI R>ND L& NOVOBIELSKI HLA Engineering&Land Surveying Attn: Eric ' 28O3 River Rd ����� . /13 "�"�"�° Yakima, WA989U2 -� J ��o '���� INDEX 117 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Cascade Natural Gas Century Link 10705-B Gilbert Road 8113 W Grandridge Blvd Manager Yakima,WA 98903-9203 Kennewick,WA 99336 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 bethb@ahtanum.net Yakima,WA 98902 Charter Communications City of Union Gap Chamber of Commerce Manager Dennis Henne,Development Director g P.O.Box 3008 10 North 9th Street 1005 North 16th Ave Union Gap,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 chamber(ravakima.org Dennis.henne union a wa, ov Department of Agriculture Dept of Archaeology&Historic Preservation Department of Commerce Kelly McLain 1063 S Capitol Way,Ste 106 Review Team PO Box 42560 Olympia,WA 98504-8343 1011 Plum St SE Olympia,WA 98504 Sepa@dahp,wa.Rov Olympia,WA 98504-3172 krnclain�+agr,wa,gov reviewteam@commerce,wa.gov Department of Ecology Department of Fish and Wildlife Annie Szvetecz,SEPA Policy Lead Department of Ecology Eric Bartrand P.O.Box 47703 Gwen Clear,Central Regional Coordinator 1701 South 24th Ave Olympia,WA 98504-7703 1250 West Alder Street Yakima,WA 98902 Union Gap,WA 98903 Eric.Bartrand@dfw.wa,gov separegister@ecy.wa.gov crone accordinator ec .wa, ov Scott.Downes dfw.wa,gov sepaunrt@ecy.wa•gov lori.white(c ecy.wa.eov TeamYakima@dfw,wa.gpv Department of Fish and Wildlife Department of Health Department of Natural Resources SEPA Desk Kelly Cooper SEPA Center PO Box 43200 PO Box 47820 PO Box 47015 Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504 SEPAdeskCddfw,wa.g©v Kel1y.c©©pert doh,wa.gov sepacenter@dnr.w.a.gov Department of Social&Health Services Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council-EFSEC Robert Hubenthal Environmental Protection Agency Stephen Posner,SEPA Officer Office of Capital Programs NEPA Review Unit PO Box 43172 P.O.Box 45848 1200 6th Ave#155, 14 D-12 Olympia,WA 98504-3172 Olympia,WA 98504 Seattle,WA 98101 Robert.Hubenthal@dshszwa;, pv spo5ner@utGwa.gov Engineering Division Bob Desgrosellier,Senior Engineer Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs 129 N 2nd Street 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 bob,desgrossellerRyakimawa,gov Nob Hill Water Association Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Bob Irving,Engineering Technician Marty Miller Pacific Power 6111 Tieton Drive 1400 Summitview Ave,Ste#203 Mike Paulson Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 500 North Keys Rd Yakima,WA 98901 bob@n©bhillw tterprg Martym2Porfh.org Parks&Recreation Commission Jessica Logan North Yakima Conservation District Yakima Valley Trolleys PO Box 42650 Manager Paul Edmondson Olympia,WA 98504 1606 Perry Street,Ste.C 313 North 3rd Street Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 Jessica.logan@parks.wa.gov Yakima ValleyTrolleys US Army Corps of Engineers United States Postal Service Seattle District,Regulatory Branch PO Box 796 Maintenance Department � P.O. Box 3755 Yakima,WA 98907 205 W Washington Ave Doc. Seattle,WA 98124-3755 info@yakimavalleytrolleys,org Yakima,WA 98903 !NM�■rr..,,rr��►► david.Lmo©repusace.army,mil 118 WA State Dept of Health,Office of Drinking Water Wastewater Division WA State Attorney General's Office Jamie Gardipe Marc Cawley and Dana Kallevig 1433 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 16201 E Indiana Ave,Stet 1500 2220 East Viola Ave Yakima,WA 98902 Spokane Valley,WA 99216 Yakima,WA 98901 SEPA.reviewteam@doh.wa,g9v marc.cawieyP akimawa, ov Jamie. ardi a doh.wa. ov y '— dana•kallevig(cyakimawa.gov West Valley School District West Valley School District Angela Von Essen,Asst.Supt.Of Business& Mike Brophy,Superintendent WSDOT Finance 8902 Zier Road Paul Gonseth,Planning Engineer 2809 8902 Zier Road Yakima,WA 98908-9299 Unio Rudkin Road Yakima,WA 98908-9299 bxo h m wvsd208.org Union Gap,WA 98903 vonessena@wvsd208,org onset wsdot. ov WSDOT,Aviation Division Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs WSDOT Max Platts,Aviation Planner Rocco Clark,Environmental Coordinator South Central Region)Planning Office 7702 Terminal St SW P.O.Box 632 SCplanning@wsdot.wa,f;ov Tumwater,WA 98501 Toppenish,WA 98948 plattst@wsdot•wa gov Rocco.clark bia.gov_ Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project Elizabeth Sanchey,Environmental Review J Yakima Air Terminal Coordinator John Marvin i Robert Peterson,Airport Asst Manager P.O.Box 760 Pence Road 2400 West Washington Ave Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima,WA 98909 Yakima,WA 98903 gSanchey@yakama.com `marvin akama,com robert eterson akimawa, ov Yakima County Building Department Yakima County Health District Harold Maclean Ryan Ibach,Director of Environmental Health 128 North 2"d Street,4th Floor Yakima County Commissioners 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr Ste#200 Yakima,WA 98901 Commissioners.web co, akima.wa.us Union Gap,WA 98903 Ftarold.Maclean co. akima.wa,us Yhd@co,yakima.wa.us ryan.ibach@c©.yzkima.wa.us Yakima County Flood Control District Yakima County Planning Terry Keenhan&Dianna Woods Tommy Carroll&Jason Earles Yakima County Public Services 128 North 2nd Street,4th Floor 128 North 2nd Street,4th Floor Lisa Freund,Public Services Director Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98901 128 North 2nd Street,4th Floor Terry Keenhan@co,Yakima,wa.tis Yakima,WA 98901 ' Yakima, ©ianna:Woods@co,yakima.wa,us Jason.Earles co. akima.wa•us lisaireundftco.vakima.wa,us Yakima Greenway Foundation Yakama Indian Nation YakamKellie Connaughton,Executive Director Johnson Meninick,Cultural Resources Ruth Ji Indian Nation 111 South 18th Street Program Ruth m,Yakima Tribal Council Yakima,WA 98901 P.O.Box 151 P.O.Box 151 kellieQyakimagreenway.org Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakama Indian I Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat,Compliance, Engineering& Yakima School District Yakima School District Planning Division Supervisor Trevor Greene,Superintendent I Scott Izutsu,Associate Superintendent P18 lanning Iron Horse Ct#101 104 North 4th Ave 104 N 4th Ave Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98902 hasanPyrcaa.©r greene.trevor@vakimaschools.orl7 izutsu scot,r yakimaschools org w Yakima School District Jay Baucom,Asst.Director of Maintenance Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Yakima Valley Canal Co &Operations Sandra Hull Robert Smoot 104 N 4th Ave 470 Camp 4 Rd 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 baucom.lay{rayakimaschools.org Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Yakima Valley Museum Peter Arnold,Executive Director Yakima Waste Systems Lynn Deitrick,Senior PlannerC� Keith Kovalenko, District Manager 311 North 4th Street,Ste#202 2105 Tieton Drive I.Y V Yakima,WA 98902 PO Box 2830 Yakima,WA 98901 INDEX Yakima,WA 98907 L nn.Deitrick(r?yvcog.org peter@yvmu eurnnorR keithk@wasteconnections.com 119 Ahtanum Irrigation District Century Link Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Cascade Natural Gas Manager 8113 W Grandridge Blvd 10705-B Gilbert Road Kennewick,WA 99336 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 Yakima,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98902 Charter Communications City of Union Gap Department of Agriculture Manager Dennis Henne,Development Director Kelly McLain 1005 North 16th Ave P.O.Box 3008 P.O.Box 42560 Yakima,WA 98902 Union Gap,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 Environmental Protection Agency NEPA Review Unit Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs 1200 6th Ave#155, 14 D-12 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 Seattle,WA 98101 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 Pacific Power North Yakima Conservation District Yakima Valley Trolleys Mike Paulson Manager Paul Edmondson 500 North Keys Rd 1606 Perry Street,Ste.C 313 North 3rd Street Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima ValleyTrolleys United States Postal Service US Army Corps of Engineers Maintenance Deptartment Seattle District PO Box 796 Regulatory Branch Yakima,WA 98907 205 W Washington Ave P.O.Box 3755 Yakima,WA 98903 Seattle,WA 98124-3755 Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Yakama Indian Nation WA State Attorney General's Office Johnson Meninick,Cultural Resources 1433 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 Superintendent Yakima,WA 98902 P.O.Box 632 Program Toppenish,WA 98948 P.O.Box 151 Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima School District Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Ruth Jim,Yakima Tribal Council Trevor Greene,Superintendent Sandra Hull P.O. Box 151 104 North 4th Ave 470 Camp 4 Rd Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima Valley Canal Co Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima,WA 98908 \\Apollo\Shared\Planning\Assignments-Planning\LABELS and FORMS\SEPA REVIEWING AGENCIES_updated 06.18.20-Form List.docx Type of Notice: WI....of 1\C`ini '4 S fA .... .... File Number: LP *co; sga.4Oi134 O 0077.20 Date of Mailing: 7 /1;2,/,.71) IN©EJ 120 In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 04/2020 Division E-mail Address Silvia Corona Clerk's Office Silvia.Coron. c akimawa..ov Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carolyn.Belles yakimawa.gov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Demnan c akimawa .ov John Zabel! Code Administration John.Zabell c akimawa._ov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelli.HortonJ •akimawa, av Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda.Rossi nolyakimawa,gov Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro.Contreras akimawa._ov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne,Debusschere& akimawa, ov Tony Doan Code Administration T©ny.©oan@yakimawa.gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Daven,o c akimawa.:ov Rosalinda lbarra Community Development Rosalinda,lbarr.J akimawa._ov Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Bob.Desgrosellier@r yakimawa.gov Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.Riddle c akimawa._ov Aaron Markham IIIM=IMMI Aaron,markhamAyakimawa.gov Pat Reid 111 Patileid@yakiniawa.gov ISEI Legal Jeff,Cuttery,vakimawa,gov Sara Watkins 111EMMINIMM Sara.Watkin'c akimawa.!ov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie.Matthews c akimawa.gov Joseph Calhoun Planning Joserh.Calhoun ctl akimawa._ov EZEZEI Planning Lisa.Maxey@yakimawa.gov EZEZIPolice Matthew.murra akimawa..ov Scott Schafer Public Works Scott.Schafer@vakimawa.gov RefuseIMEEMMENTMEMEMI Randy Layman Refuse Rand .La man( akimawa.2ov Gregory Story INZI Gre_o .Stor r_akimawa._ov James Dean 11212111.111 James.Dean4 akimawa.Gov Dana Kallevig 111=11M11 nairaKallevig(i)c,vakimawa.gov Randy Meloy Randv,Meloy@yakitnawa.gov yakimawa,gov Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David.Brown akimawa. ov IZEIMMEMI Water/Irrigation IIMMENEMMIIIMMIMMII Outside Distribution Name Address Included In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn: Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima, WA 98901 IV/Yes ❑ No Subdivision notices ONLY) Type of Notice: , Ntc cif � � File Number(s): ?LP*c a / EM*0/3 /c7- ô Date of Mailing: /134,?0 DOC* INDEX > � ^ � 121 Maxey, Lisa � From: K4oxey, Lisa Gent: Monday, July 13' 2U2Oy19AM To: Belles, Carolyn; Brown' David; Calhoun, Joseph; Contreras, Pedro; Corona, Silvia; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschene, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Oesg/oseUier, Bob; Doan, Tony; Horton, KeUi; |barm, Rosa|inda; KaUpvig, Dana; Layman, Randy; Markham, Aaron; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; K4e|oy, Randy; Murray, Matthew; Reid, Patrick; Riddle, Dan; Rossigno[ Linda; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Story, Gregory;Watkins, Sara; Zabe|[ John;Zammarchi. Loretta; Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Bru|ntte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber ofCommerce; Department ofAgriculture; Department of Commerce ([TED) Review Team; Department nfEcology; Department of Ecology Lori White; Department ofEcology SEPARegister; Department ofEcology -CRO Coordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department o/ Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand; Department of Fish and Wildlife Scott Downes; Department of Natural Resources; Dept ofSocial & Health Svcs Robert Hubentha|; Dept.Archaeology& Historic Preservation SEPA Review; OesgroseUier, Bob; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council Stephen Posner; Henne, Dennis; |barra' Roxa|inda; KaUevig, Dana; Nob Hill Water Bob Irving; Office ofRural 81 Farmworker Housing Marty Miller; Peterson' Robert; Riddle, Dan; Scott |zutsu Yakima School District; Trevor Greene Yakima School District; US Army Corps of Engineers David Moore;VVAState Dept ofHealth, Office of Drinking Water;VVAState Dept of Health, Office ofDrinking Water; WA State Parks {k Recreation Commission; VVSD{}T Paul Gonseth; VV5OOT South Central Regional Planning Office;VVSDOTAviation Max P|atts;VVVSD Angela Watts, AsstSuptofBus/Fin; VVVSD Mike Brophy, Supt.; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark; Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Elizabeth Sanche};Yakama'K|ickitat Fisheries John Marvin; Yakima County Building Official Harold Maclean;Yakima County Commissioners;Yakima County Flood Control District Dianna Woods; Yakima County Flood Control District TerryKeenhan; Yakima County Health District; Yakima County Health District Ryan |bach; Yakima County Planning Manager Tommy Carroll; Yakima County Planning Zoning/Sub Jason Eades; Yakima County Public Svcs Director, Lisa Freund;Yakima Greenvvoy Foundation KeUie Connaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat; Yakima School District ]ay Baucom;Yakima Valley Museum Peter Arnold, Exec Director;Yakima Valley Trolleys; Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kova|enko; YVCOG Lynn Deitrick Cc: K4onick, [oUeda Subject: Notice of Application & SEPA Plat nfPnttenger'sPlace PLP#002'20' SEPA#013'20 & [AO#007'20 Attachments: NOTICE OF APPLICATION & 5EPA_RayNovubie|sk Pottenger'sP|ace PLPSE....pdf Attached is m Notice of Application and SEPA Environmental Review regarding the above-entitled project. If you have any questionsb tthis propoma|, please contact assigned p|annerCoUeda K8oniokmt coil . . Thank you! Lisa fvlaxey Planning Technician � City of Yakima P|@Dn|Dg C>ix|SioO � p: 509.570.6660 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima,Washington, 989U1 J�����, 1 122 A A A Dmen, WE TELL YOUR S TO R I ES YAKIMAHERALD.COM • • • . de A I I I — 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: 07/09/20 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: Simon Sizer Phone# (509)577-7740 Email: ssizei°@,yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 951371 Start: 07/13/20 Stop: 07/13/20 Total Cost: $299.30 lines: 164.0 #of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald-Republic 07/13/20 'fit. • i a A moo- 123 CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW DATE:7/13/2020;FROM:Joan Davenport,AICP,Com- munity Development Director;APPLICANT:HLA Engineer- ing&Land Surveying Inc c/o Eric Herzog on behalf of Ray Novobielski;FILE NUMBER:PLP#002-20,SEPA0013-20, CAO#007-20;LOCATION:9711 Tieton Dr.;TAX PARCEL NUMBER(S):171324-44415,-44416,-44417,-44418;DATE OF APPLICATION:5/18/2020;DATE OF COMPLETE- NESS;7/8/2020: IIt The proposed long plat of'Pottenger's Place will subdivide four parcels totaling approximately 4,88 acres into 14 single family common-wall lots and 11 triplex lots.The site is located in the R.2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain,QgI MiN Pursu- ant to YMC§16,06,020(A),the project considerations are determined to be consistent with applicable development regulations,as follows:1)The type of land use:Preliminary Long Plat for 25 residential lots,mixture of 14 single family common wall lots and 11 multi-family triplex lots;2)Level of Development:47 residences on 4.88 acres;approx,10 units/acre;3)Infrastructure and public facilities:The subject property is able to be served by public streets,water garbage collection,etc.;and 4)Characteristics of development:25 lots ranging from 4,304 to 16,301 square feet.Pursuant to YMC§16.06,020(8),the development regulations and comprehensive plan considerations are found to be consis- tent,as follows:,1)The type of land use:Preliminary Long Plat for 25 residential lots;2)Density of Development:9.63 dwelling units per net residential acre;and 3)Availability and adequacy of infrastructure and public utilities:The subject property is able to be served by public facilities.NOTICE OF 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,under WAC§197-11-928 for this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination 01 Nonsignificance(DNS)per 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 SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice and may be appealed pursuant to YMC§6.86,170.Required Permits:The fol- lowing local,state,and federal permIts/approvals may or will be needed for this project:Building Permit,Grading Permit, Critical Areas Permit,Traffic Concurrency.Required Stud- ies:N/A.Existing Environmental Documents:Critical Areas Identification Form,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 Plan.REQUEST...FOR WRITTEN.COMMENT;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 oppor- tunity to comment,All written comments received by 5:00 p.m,on August 3,2020,will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination,Please reference file numbers (PLP#002-20,SEPA#013-20,CAO#007-20)and applicant's name(Ray Novobielaki)in any correspondence yod submit, You can mail your comments to:Joan Davenport,AICP, Community Development Director,City of Yakima, Department of Community Development,129 N.2nd St., Yakima,WA 98901,NOTICE.GEPECISION;A copy of the SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice once it is rendered,N9TICE.OF HEARING:A Notice of Public Hearing will be issued concurrently with the SEPA determination.The life containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division,'City Hall—2nd Floor,129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington,If you have questions regarding this proposal,please call Colleda Mon- ick,Community Development Specialist,at(509)576-6772, or email to:colleda,monigkebak'mawa.gov, (951371)July 13,2020 Courtesy of Yakima Herald-Republic ........ DOC. INDEX * - CITY OF YAKIMA 124 )TICE OF APPLICATION AND ENVIRONMEN1 REVIEW DATE:7/13/2020;FROM:Joan Davenport,AICP,Com- munity Development Director;APPLICANT:HLA Engineer • - ing&Land Surveying Inc c/o Eric Herzog on behalf of Ray Novobielski;FILE NUMBER:PLP#002-20,SEPA#013-20, • CAO#007-20;LOCATION:9711 Tieton Dr.;TAX PARCEL NUMBER(S):171324-44415,-44416,-44417,-44418;DATE OF APPLICATION:5/18/2020;DATE OF COMPLETE- NESS:7/8/2020;PROJECT DESCRIPTION The proposed • long plat of"Pottenger's Place"will subdivide four parcels • totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 14 single family • common-wall lots and 11 triplex lots.The site is located in the R-2 and R-3 zoning districts and is located partially within the floodplain.DETER IN 1 I N Pursu- ant to YMC§16.06.020(A),the project considerations are determined to be consistent with applicable,development regulations,as follows:1)The type of land use:Preliminary Long Plat for 25 residential lots,mixture of 14 single family common wall lots and 11 multi-family triplex lots;2)Level of Development:47 residences on 4.88 acres;approx.10 units/acre;3)Infrastructure and public facilities:The subject property is able to be served by public streets,water garbage collection,etc.;and 4)Characteristics of development:25 lots ranging from 4,304 to 16,301 square feet.Pursuant to YMC§16.06.020(B),the development regulations and comprehensive plan considerations are found to be consis- tent,as follows:1)The type of land use:Preliminary Long Plat for 25 residential lots;2)Density of Development:9.63 dwelling units per net residential acre;and 3)Availability and adequacy of infrastructure and public utilities:The subject property is able to be served by public facilities.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,under WAC§197-11-928 for this project. • The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental Impacts and expects to • issue a Determination of Nonsigniticance(DNS)per WAC§ 197-11-356.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 SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to parties of,record and entities who were provided this notice and may be appealed pursuant to YMC§6.88.170.Required Permits:The fol- lowing local,state,and federal permits/approvals may or will be needed for this project:Building Permit,Grading Permit, Critical Areas Permit,Traffic Concurrency.Required Stud- ies:N/A.Existing Environmental Documents:Critical , Areas Identification Form.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 Plan.REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENT: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 oppor- tunity to comment.All written comments received by 5:00 p.m.on August 3,2020,will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination.Please reference file numbers (PLP#002-20,SEPA#013-20,CAO#007-20)and applicant's name(Ray Novobielski)in any correspondence you submit. You can mail your comments to:Joan Davenport,AICP, Community Development Director,City of Yakima, Department of Community Development,129 N.2nd St., Yakima,WA 98901. *A copy of the SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice once it is rendered.N (il .HEARING:A Notice of Public Hearing will be issued concurrently with the SEPA determination.The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division,City Hall-2nd Floor,129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington.If you have questions regarding this proposal,please call Colleda Mon- ick,Community Development Specialist,at(509)576-0772, r ,a�++ or email to:colieda.monlc y$kimawa pay. C• (951371)July 13,2020 INDEX DERAPTMENT OF COMMN]NDTYD[VEL0oMENT Joan^ /enpodAICP, Director 125 WPlanning [)[vision CITY OF YAKIMA Joseph Calhoun, Manager lanning �~ |2ul�odh ��ooudStm�L 2� Fk/or Yok�na \�/�A89Ul ook.p|onuioo@vukioxawa.gov - vvvvvv.vokin/onxa ices/planning NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW DATE: July 13. 202D TO: SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners FROM: Joan Davenport, A|CP. Community Development Director APPLICANT: HLA Engineering & Land Surveying Inc c/o Eric Herzog on behalf of RayNovobie|ahi FILE NUMBER: PLP#002-20. GEPA#013-20. CAO#007-20 LOCATION: 8711 Tieton Dr. TAX PARCEL NU8ABER(S): 171324-44415. -44419. -44417. '44418 DATE OF APPLICATION: May 18. 2O2U DATE OF COMPLETENESS: July 8. 2O2O PROJECT DESCRIPTION The proposed long plat of"Pottenger's Place"will subdivide four parcels totaling approximately 4.88 acres into 14 single family oornmun-wm|| lots and 11 triplex lots. The site is located in the R'2 and R-3zoning districts and is located partially within thef|oodp|ain. DETERMINATION OF ��NSISTEN��1/ Pursuant to YK8C § 16.06.020(A). the project oonsidenationo are determined tobeuonaisbant with applicable development regulations, aafollows: 1. The type of land use: Preliminary Long Plat for 25 residential |ots, mixture of 14 single family common wall lots and 11 multi-family triplex lots 2. Level of Development: 47 residences on4.88 acres; approx. 1Ounits/acre 3 Infrastructure and public facilities: The subject property is able to be served by public streets, water garbage collection, etc. 4. Characteristics ofdevelopment: 25 lots ranging from 4.3O4bo 18.301 square feet. Pursumntb»YK8CG18OG.O20(B). thedeve|opmenipegu|aUonaondoomprehenoivap|onoonaidenationaena found to be consistent, as follows: 1. The type of land use: Preliminary Long Plat for 25 residential lots. 3. Density ofDevelopment 9.63dvve||ing units per net residential acre 3. Availability and adequacy of infrastructure and public utilities: The subject property is able to be served by public facilities. NOTICE OF E �A������� ENTAL R.EV|E0� This is to notify agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Oivision, has been established as the lead agency, under VVAC § 1Q7-11-Q28 for this project. TheCityofYohimehoarevievvedthmpnmpmsedpnojeot for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination of Nonsignificance(DNS) per WAC8 107-11-355. The proposal may include mitigation measures under applicable codes and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation maesunyo neQard|oaa of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice and may be appealed pursuant toYW1C §O.8&17O. Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal permits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: Building Parmit, Grading Permit, Critical Areas Permit. TnaffioConcurrenoy Required Studies: N/4 Existing Environmental Documents: Critical Areas Identification Form Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: the State Environmental Policy Act, the `fohimo Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YYNC Title 13--Deve|opmentGtondonds. and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. ���� ~���*�. uu== U������� ��~� m"�w�m�m� 'kAUU' 2015 126 � � REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENT: Agonoiea, hibms, and the public are encouraged to review and � comment on the proposed project and its probable environmental impacts. There is o 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 August 3' 2020, will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination. Please nafonanca file numbers (PLP#002'20 8EPA#013'20. CAO#007'20) and applicant's name (Roy , Novobie|eki) in any correspondence you submit. You can mail your comments to: - Joan Davenport, A|CP, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department oVCommunity Development 129 N. 2nd St'' Yakima,WA 98901 �NOTICE OF DECISION: A copy of the GEPA threshold determination will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice once itiorendered. NOTICE OF HEARING:A Notice of Public Hearing will be issued concurrently with the SEPA determination. The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Oiviaion, City Hall—2nd F|oor, 128 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. If you have questions regarding this proposal, please call Cw||oda yNonick. Community Development Specialist, at(509) 576-6772. or email to: colleda.mon ' Enclosed: NonoUvaa, Project Oeochpdonn, SEPAChock|ist. Site Plan, and Vicinity Map ` DEP�-TMENTODEDESARROLUUCON11~/TTAR1O 1o7 Joan �_ en �UCP, 1����c Ir^fffa vkVVV Division de PiuniOcuui6n Joseph Calhoun, Gcceuic ��UCorwF '«m |2uY�ode(�a||e2� �"�ism Yakinnm, \V/\98qOl ������ A ���� ' K-U vx, o ^ " , ' ^ �� �� o�k�p|unnincgvukimmwm.guv' ���� AV|SO DE APL|CAC|6N YREV|S|ON AMB|ENTAL B Depmrtamentode OeyarnuUoComunitmriode |m Ciudad deYakima ha oeoibido uneap|ioaoibn porpmrta de un pnopiehario/oo|icibanbe y eate es un avieo oobre eaa mo|ioitud. |nfonnauibn oobna |a ubioaoibn de |a propiedad en oueoti6n y |aoo|ioitud es |oeiguiente: FECHA OTORGADA: 13 de ju|io. 2020 PARA: AoencissdeRevioi6nAmbiento|. 8o|ioibsntayPropiatarioaAdyaoenbem DE: Joan Dovenpnd, A|CP, Oinuctooada Desorno||oCnmunitario SOL|CITANTE: HLA Engineering & Land Surveying Inc c/o Eric Herzog porparta de Ray Novobie|ohi No. 0E APkCH|VO: PLP#002-20. GEPA#013-20. CAO#007-20 UB|C@^C|6N: 8711TiehonDr. No. DE PARCELA(S): 171324-44415. -44418. -44417. -44418 FECHA DE APLICAC| 'N: 18dernayo. 2020 FECHA DEAPLICAC|6NCO&OPLETA:8de'uOm^ 2O2O DES.C.RIPCi 'Y4 DEL PROYECTO: E| so|ioitonta propona un proyecto oonouido oomo ^Pottmngar'a P|aom" que conmiute de eubdividir ouatro paooa|ao, que suman un total oproximodo de 488 ooreo. on 14 |otea ranidanoio|emunifami|iordapaned-oomOny11 triplexes. E| aidoesbdubioadoen |aszonasreoidenda|enR- 2yR'3yaotdnparoia|mente |ocm|izodaodantro del Jreode |a ||anuradeinundaoi6n. DETER0M|NACi 'M| DE LA CONS|STENC|A Conforme a| Cbdigo Municipal YK0C §16.06.030(A). |os oonoidensoiones del proyeotouedotarminanoonmimtenteao |msoiguientasnormasap|icab|ao: 1. E| tipo de uso barnana|: @ubdivieihn Pre|iminar do 25 |otes reoidenoia|eo, mezo|m de 14 |otes unifemi|ioroon pared-nomOn y 11 triplexes mu|tifami|ianeo. 2. Nive| dmdmaarro||o: 47naaidenoiosen4.88 acres; aproximedomanta1Uunidadeoporacre. 3. |nfnaestructuns a inata|anionen pOb|ioae: La propiedod an oumahbn puedeamroemido poroa||eo pOb|icos, agua, reoo|ecoibndebamuna. etc. 4. OaraoteriaUcande| desarno||o: 25 |oteademda4.3U4 pies ouadnadoaa 18.301 pieauuadnadmo. Conforme a| Cbdigo Municipal YK8C §1806020(B). |oo reg|amentoa de desarro||o y |es considarocionan del plan oomprehansivo son ooherentea. de |ooiQuiontemanmna: 1. B tipu del umo harnena|: Subdivioibn Pra|iminar para 25 |mbya naoidenoia|es. 2. Dansidad del daoarno||o: 9.03 unidadeo de vivienda por acre neto nasidenoia| 3. Diaponibi|idad y adeouaoibn de infroeatruutura y oemioios pOb|icoo: La propiadad an oumoti6n puademeraervidaporinoba|eoioneapOb|ioao AIVIS10 PE REVISION AMMB[ENTAL: Esto es pore notificara |oa ogenciau con jurisdincibn y ewperiennim ambiento| y a| pOb|iom que |a Ciudad 6e Yakima, Division de P|onificmoi6n, oo eotab|one comn |a egencia principal, de acuerdo con la Ley Estatal de Politica Ambiental de Washington (SEPA) bajoVVAC §197-11-928 pona |e nevisi6n deesteproyeoto. La Ciudad de Yakima hanevisodoe| proyeotopropueotoperapoaib|oa impuctns ombienta|ea adveruos y aopenm amitir una Oaterminsoibn de Nu-Significannia (DNS) parm aebe proyeoto onnformea| prooeao DNS opciona| enVVAC § 187-11-355. La pnopueote puede ino|uirmedidaa do miti0aoi6nb jo|oacbdi800ap|ioab|esya|pnmnaoVdmnevieidnde|proyectmpuedeinuorponarunequerirmedidom do nnitigeoidn independientemenba de oi se pnapana un EIS (Dec|onaoibn de |mpactoAmbianta|). Una oopio de |o daherminacibn de umbns| posterior se envians a |es personas yegenoiau que oonnenbaron yque reoibimron eotaavioo. yaepuedeope|ordaaouondo con e| C6diQo Municipal de Yakima YK3C § G8817O K����� Yakima ������" ms �� �� 1q04 " ^ 128 � � Pmrnmisom Reqweridos: Lossiguienbas penniaoo/upnobacionea |000les, esbata|es, yfedaroles pueden ooer�ln � neuesohos pano eote proyaoto: Pomnimo de Conatnuooibn. Pamnino de Nive|acibn Tenena[ Pennioo de Areas � CrIticas. Ravisi6ndeConuurnanniadeTrafico. � Emtudh»mRequeridos: N/A � Dmcmmmmntos Ammbi»ntelemEximtmntem: Fonnu|ehode |dontifioocidnde Areas Chtioao � Los ReghmmentosdmDmmarro|&mpwna |mKHiUgmci6my Consistencia de Proyectos |oo|uyen: LaLevEotata| � de Politico Ambimnba| de Washington, La Ordenenza de 3bnifioao6n del Area Urbana de Yakima, Los Est6ndares de Desarrollo del Titulo 12, y el Plan Integral del Area Urbana de Yakima. SOLKCITU[3 DE CO88ENTARIx]SESCFK|TOS: Se anima e |an ogenoioa, tribuu, ye| pOb|ioo a revisory oomenfarsobre e| proyaoto y aobre sus pnobab|as impautua mmbiento|es. Hobni un periodo de veinbu d|on para haoar sus comantariom. Este podrio oerou Onioa oportunidad ponaoomenber. Todoo |oocomanbariuo recibidos porescrito antes de |ao 5:00 p.m. m| 3 de egostm 2020 oer6n conaidenadoo antes de emitir |a deoisi6n final sobreasbaoo|icitud. Por favor use deraharenoim |ouaiguientonOmenoo del arohivo(PLP#O02' 20. GEPA#013'20. CAC>#007-20) y e| nombre del so|icitonte (Roy Novobie|ohi) en ouo|quier corroapondenoia que haga. Puede mendar sus oomentorios porescrito o: Joan Davenport, A|CP. Community Development Director City mf Yakima, Department mf Community Development 129 N. 2nd St.' Yakima, WA 98901 �AV|S0 DE LA 0EC|S|OhkCuondo |odeterminacibn de |o RevisibnAmbianta| SEPA sea emitido. una oopiaaerdpropornionodaatodao |ao personas que mandarnncomentmriosn que reoibieroneuteavino. |SO DEAU0IENC|A P : UnAvimodeAudiennioPdb|icoser�iemitido]untncon |adatarminaoihn de |a Reviaibn Ambienta| SEPA. E| arohivo que oontiene |o ap|icanibn nomp|ets aotd dispnnib|e paro inspeucibn pOb|ioa an |a Oficina de Planificaci6n de la Ciudad de Yakima en el 129 al Norte la Calle 2da, Yakima, WA. Si tiene cuo|quierpnagunta aobna eaba pnopueats. puadmoontoobara |a Ofioina de P|anifiuooibn o| (509) 57S-G183oporoorreua|actnbnicual: i ki v Adjuntem: Nornativo. Oaooripci6n del Proyeoto. Liato de GEPA. Plan de Gitio. yNapa ' MI M.TM, DE_ _TMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVEL 14ENT 129 Joan Davenport, AICP, Director YAKIMA Planning Division CITY OF Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning July 8, 2020 FILE NUMBERS: PL* .002-20, SEPA#013-20, TCO#004-20, & CAO#007-20 APPLICANT: Ray Novobelski do HLA Engineering & Land Surveying APPLICANT ADDRESS: 2803 River Rd, Yakima, WA 98902 PROJECT LOCATION: 9711 Tieton Dr. TAX PARCEL NO: 171324-44415, -44416, -44417, and -44418 DATE OF REQUEST: May 19, 2020 SUBJECT: Notice of Complete Application Mr. Herzog: The application for your Preliminary Long Plat, Environmental Review, and Transportation Concurrency for 9711 Tieton Dr. was received on May 19, 2019. Your application for a Critical Areas Review was received on June 24, 2020. As of July 8, 2020, your applications are considered complete as required by the City of Yakima's Municipal Code (YMC) and site plan checklist, as referenced in YMC § 14.20.030. Continued processing of your request will include, but is not limited to the following actions: 1. A Notice of Environmental Review will be sent to all property owners within a 300-foot radius of your site on July 13, 2020. This notice will include a request for public comments during a 20-day comment period as is required by the City of Yakima. 2. A notice of Public Hearing will be issued concurrently with the SEPA determination. If you have any questions regarding this matter please call me at (509) 576-6772. Sincerely, Colleda Monick Community Development Specialist Cc: Ray Novobielski 200 Abbess Ln. Yakima, WA 98908 Yakima *AM laRmtbato Jk' 2015 1994 5.— 2, 130 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS fr'1/4,1. VA '4 Scott Schafer, Director ....... s. , ". .. ...1...4,,..idirlik ,....1 , .....,, Engineering Division r >I 129 North Second Street RECEIVen la Yakima, Washington 98901 (509) 575-6111 •F (509)ax 576-6305 JUN 1 )1 2020 i PLANNINGA Kima4 June 10, 2020 OW Eric Herzog, PLS HLA Engineering and Surveying, Inc. 2803 River Rd. Yakima, WA 98902 Subject: Notice of Decision for Transportation Concurrency—TCO#004-20 9711 Tieton Dr. - Pottenger's Place 230—Residential Condo/Townhouse Eric, Enclosed is the Decision for the Transportation Concurrency Analysis of the construction of a 47 unit single family townhouse style development at 9711 Tieton Dr., within the City of Yakima, Washington. This development has been APPROVED for Concurrency Analysis. Concurrency review determined that reserve capacity is available on all impacted arterial streets. Concurrency review does not evaluate impact to local access streets or street intersections. This review does not include safety or site design issues which will be addressed at the project review level of zoning and SEPA. This review concluded that the proposed development will not exceed the capacity of the arterial street system and reserve capacity exists on all impacted arterial streets. Please review the enclosed report. You may appeal the Findings of this report or request Administrative Reconsideration within fifteen(15)days from the date of mailing of this Notice. Appeal forms and procedures are available at the Department of Community Development. If you have any questions, please call me at (509) 576-6797. Sincerely, ‘......-,..c,,,,4 Mike Shane Development Engineer(Acting) Enclosure DOC. Cc: Lisa Maxey INDEX TC File 131 RECO'vErs L., City of Yakima, Washington JUN / 0 2020 Engineering Division CITY of Transportation Concurrency Analysis rLru K/1114ANNINGYA DIV, Date of Review: June 10, 2020 Review Prepared by: Mike Shane,Development Engineer, (Acting)(509) 575-6605 Proposed Development: Pottenger's Place Subject Address: 9711 Tieton Dr. ITE Land Use: 230—Residential Condo/Townhouse Expected Net PM Peak Hour Trip Generation: 31 PM Peak Hour Trips Average Weekday Trips: 273 Summary of Impact: The applicant, FILA Engineering and Land Surveying,Inc.,proposes to construct a 47 unit apartment complex at 9711 Tieton Dr., within the city of Yakima, Washington. Traffic from this new development will enter the Arterial Street system on Tieton Dr. City of Yakima Administrative procedures for Concurrency Analysis use the PM Peak hour trip of the adjacent street for the selected land use category, Based upon local data, City of Yakima Traffic Volumes for PM Peak Flour is assessed as 8.7% of total Average Daily Traffic (A DT). Peak hour reserve capacity includes any vehicle trips previously assigned under the Concurrency Ordinance, City of Yakima Transportation Concurrency assesses arterial street segment capacity only and does not address intersection capacity, Pk Ur . pti mr 2017-, ,New V C Pk-Hr Vel 2019 S Caputo,'ection Road Semen PM Pk _JOT' Reseroe with LOS with TCO Capt_r_ny (9 cr, Addl After TCO lc° Impact ADT) ''' Trips 22S '-Leann Dtive :8 Stat Ave to 96th Ave _ • 21 6150 3200 535 2665 36 : 2624 OA A 2_29 96th_,,,cn tierati te Simntioieta- — . 10 3120 1600 271 1329 10 : 1319 ' 0,14 A ..„. 120 99 It Ave neon Dr to Sianneivim 2 1975 1600 123 , 1472 16 1455 009 A 204 'Tieton Dewt SS cis Ave-90th Avt 19 7360 3200 640 2560 60 25011 012 A .., 217 96111 Ass!, Tieten Dr to Nob Hill Plat 2 ' 3520 IRO r 34 1294 ' 53 1241 0 22 A. zo Titton Drive SOth Ave-72nd Ave 17 100S0 3200 S77 ' 2323 50 2273 0.219 A .., 212 7:315Ave. "Snartrairview Ave Ns Tietan Dr 5 12360 3200 1075 : 21.25 546 1:579 0 51 A 213 )2nd Ave Taunt Da tn Nala 1-4iil B0-d 3 11330 3200 9S6 2214 635 1579 0 i I 4, 206 1 Tietan Ona-a 71tirl Ave-64th Ave 9 11023 3200 959 2241 155 2036 0.35 A Summary of Impact to City of Yakima Arterial Streets: This application has been reviewed and approved for consistency with YMC I 2.08 Transportation Capacity Management Ordinance. This development will not exceed the PM peak hour capacity of the City Arterial street system and reserve capacity exists on all impacted streets. This review does not include any site development or safety issues which may be discussed at the project level or SEPA review, The review does not address intersection level of service. Transportation Capacity Analysis DOCK Page 1 of I INDEX 132 Arlif I IMIAOlk. Air,/ CITY OF YAKIMA ACITj pi OF YAKIMA LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION nning CERTIFICATE File Number: PLP#002-20 I SEPA#013-20 Applicant/Project Name: Ray Novobielski/HLA Engineering and Surveying Site Address: 9711 Tieton Dr Date of Posting: May 26,2020 Location of Installation(Check One): Land Use Action Sign is installed per standards described in YMC §15.11.080(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (if not pre-approved by the Planning Manager) may not be acceptable by the Planning Division and is subject to relocation(at the owner's expense)to a more visible site on the property. The alternative location is: The required notice of application will be sent to the applicant and property owners within a 300-foot radius after the Planning Division has received this Land Use Action Installation Certification.Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form signed in a timely manner may cause a delay in the application review process. I hereby testify that the installed sign fully complies with the Land Use Action sign installation 'standards (see pg. 2), that the sign will be maintained until a decision has been rendered,and that the sign will be returned within 30 s from the date the final decision is issued. App ica s Signature Date Aloud biletck -F1/4Cz FooJ Applicants Name(Please Print) Applicant's Phone Number Please remit the above certification and deliver to the City of Yakima Planning Division via email to ask.planning@yakimawa.gov or in person/by mail to: City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 North 2" Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Page- • Revised 01/2017 DOC. INDEX # DEPi_ i'MENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELC .IENT 133 Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division •CITY OF YAKIMA Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning June 3, 2020 FILE NUMBER: PLP#002-20 APPLICANT: HLA Engineering and Land Surveying c/o Eric Herzog APPLICANT ADDRESS: 2803 River Rd., Yakima, WA 98902 PROJECT LOCATION: In the Vicinity of Tieton & S 96th Ave TAX PARCEL NO: 171324-44415, -44416, -44417, and -44418 DATE OF REQUEST: May 18, 2020 SUBJECT: Notice of Incomplete Application To Whom It May Concern: The site plan for your Preliminary Long Plat for four properties located in the vicinity of Tieton & S 96th Ave. was received on May 18, 2020. As of June 3, 2020, the application is considered incomplete as required by the City of Yakima's Municipal Code (YMC) and site plan checklist, as referenced in YMC § 14.05.010 and YMC §15.27.321(B) and 15.27.407(F). The following information is needed in order to continue processing: 1. Critical Areas Review—Your site contains areas of mapped 100-year floodplain. The subdivision of land is included in the definition of"Development" in YMC 15.27.200 and therefore requires review under the City of Yakima's Critical Areas Ordinance, YMC Ch, 15.27. For reference, applicable CAO Subdivision Standards can be found in YMC 15.27.321(B) and 15.27.407(F) Therefore, we ask that you please provide the City of Yakima Planning Division with information regarding this matter as soon as possible. Upon receipt of the requested information, your application will continue to be processed. If you have any questions regarding this matter please call me at (509) 575-6772. Sincerely, Colleda Monick Community Development Specialist Cc: Ray Novobielski 200 Abbess Lane Yakima, WA 98908 Yakima 1 I 2015 ( 1994 i" 134 "PLAT OF POTTENGER'S PLACE" PLP#002-20, SEPA#013-20, CAO#007-20, TCO#004-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER II Public Comments NMf:/FjloggkiggiFFiouixiaiioprttigqggwgggiggREN:t.ERag:E,aagtF:g H-1 Comment Letter from Mr. Lynn F Massong 07/29/2020 H-2 Comment E-mail/Letter from Dina Marie Williams 08/03/2020 H-3 Comment E-mail from Susan and Carol Olden 08/03/2020 H-4 Comment Letter from Norm Base 08/03/2020 ,„„„ ^ ^ � 135 " Joan DavenportNCP CDO August3m 2020 City ofYakima, Dept, [ D 129N � na N. '~ street 4u ^ �~ Yakima, VVu. 989O1 OF Re: 5EPA PLP#OOJ-2O SEP&#O13-2O C4[)#007-20 L #5 Animals, This property has more than just songbirds, There are Hawks, Quail and doves,MVtto mention magpies and ravens 2. # 10Ae5thetics. Statement made "KHost" likely less than 35ft. Max height. This height would indicate a 3 story building. There are no 3 story buildings that i know ofinthis area. 2story,yco and not many of them. 3 story would definitely change the average appearance of this neighborhood. In fact if there were 3 story bedrooms or what ever that floor would be , we would have O privacy in our back yards. All in all this land needs to be developed, but with the chance of story buildings Will make privacy o thing of the past. Plus | won't have tm mower the property as | have for the last 5 years to Keep the fire danger from my property, � � Thank you �Norm Base � 417 s. 9 mave � YokimaVV 136 Monick, Colleda From: Carl Olden <crosmo@msn.com> Sent: Monday, August 03, 2020 3:48 PM To: Monick, Colleda Subject: Pottenger Development Follow Up Flag: Follow up Flag Status: Flagged Joan Davenport, A/CP, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129 N. 2nd St. Yakima, WA 98901 Ray Novobielski File numbers: PLP#002-20 SEPA#013-20 CAO#007-20 This is in regards to the property that is being developed West of S. 96th Ave. known as Pottenger's Place. Concerns: • Habitat for eagles, hawks, doves, pheasants and quail • The development is not in keeping with the homes that will border on the property to the west. The homes on S. 98th are single family with at least 1/2 acre lots. • Will be a highly populated neighborhood in an otherwise rural environment with single family homes. • Increased traffic which enters and exits onto Tieton drive within a block of a major north/south street, 96th Ave., which leads to Cottonwood Elementary and West Valley High School. Tieton drive in this location is also used quite frequently for trucks hauling fruit and bikers. • Increased noise • Increased lighting • The common wall homes will be extremely close to fences for existing homes. • Will there be a noise buffer put up along the west existing homes such as arborvitis? • Loss of view as common wall homes can be 35 feet in height. Loss of privacy in developed neighborhood to the west. 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DOC• 1 INDEX # Ft -)-- „, 138 >Lisa Maxey >Planning Technician >City of Yakima Planning Division >p: 509.576.6669 > 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima, Washington, 98901 > Original Message >From: Dina Williams [maiito:werwilly5@rnsitcoml > Sent: Monday,August 03, 2020 8:20 AM >To: Ask Planning<Ask.Planning@yakimawa.gov> > Subject: PLP#002-20 SEPA#013-20 CAO#007-20 >Good morning. >I have been out of town for the past several weeks and received this in the mail over the weekend. Can I respond by email to the concerns regarding this development?I see that 500pm today is the final to submit Thank you Dina Williams 2 i « ~ ^ � 139 ��������� " o vm~"����m~wr AUG � �O�M August 3' JOJO ' �-- ^ ~ ---- CITY OF YANIMA PLANNING DIV. . To VVhprn it May Concern: RE: File numbers: PLP3082-20\ SEP43013'30lCA03007'20 I am writing concerning the development proposed on 971h Avenue and Tieton drive, I have some concerns about the amount of traffic that this will place on tieton drive based on the number of units and only one full access tw and from the property. On 96 th Avenue and Tieton drive the speed limit is currently 40 miles per hour, this does not leave much leeway for vehicles that could potentially be coming and going in and out ofS7`h Avenue as well as the speed limit immediately jumping toS0 past the proposed development. My biggest concern is the document we received in the mail advised that there would be 14 homes sharing common wall, (which is very misleading,this should have been identified as seven duplexes(the potential to have anywhere from one person up to perhaps six people depending on the number of the bedrooms). In addition, it is misleading to say that there are two vehicles per home; actually,you could have possibly four vehicles per duplex if you have parents with two cars and children with two cars. The numbers could be very /ovv (unlikely based on the way ) have seen other duplexes in the area (74th'7G`hAvenue and Summitview Avenue as well as 89th Avenue-91st Avenue and Summiview Avenue SEE ATTACHED)multiple cars on street in addition to the two parking spots available).That just addressed the duplexes proposed, and then we add 11 multifamily triplex lots= 33 more units with potentially of four cars per each unit of atrip|ex. This amount of possible vehicles severely affects flow of traffic on Tieton drive, which is very concerning for potential for accidents aswell as backed up traffic. The one difference on the 74th'76th avenue and 88th_90th avenue cluplexes/triplexes is that they have more than one access to the development both off m � of76 and74` avenues as well an8Q`h' D9`h9Omavenues. The proposed development does show a "fire access lane" but that is not a true outlet for the entire development aswell as how closely it will be to the one main access, not allowing traffic to safely enter Tieton drive and potentially causing backed up vehicles at the red light on 96th. Furthermore,annexing the property into the city of Yakima merely to change the zoning without notifying the surrounding properties seems somewhat inappropriate. I have no issues with the property being developed, I do have a problem looking at the surrounding land and home occupancy and simply shoving in a development that could potentially have almost 300 people in4 acres seems tobea high impact on surrounding homeowners. If this property does get the go ahead, I would hope that at the very least there is a second full outlet not a half block from the first, identified as"fire lane access", or that the number of homes would be reduced to lessen the traffic impact onto TietonDrive. Just because you can build, it does not mean itisa good fit for the surrounding homes it would affect in traffic alone. It appears the property owner and his real estate developer Mr. Norm Leaverton only care about the bottom dollar not how their developing this J�1�C. ° . � 140 property to potential overload could becatastrophic. | do fear that vve are looking at potential multitude of accidents. The development on 9QmAvenue (SEE ATTACHED) has virtually same square footage that the proposed Pottengem Place. The 98* avenue development has nine single-family homes currently on it with approximately 35 people occupying these homes. If allowed to proceed as described there will be two duplexes per one lot on the 98 th Avenue development. That mean four separate residences will be occupying the same space as one current homeowner. We also live in a cul-de-sac and the number uf "lost drivers" that find our private road and drive through thinking they can get to the other side, will without a doubt increase in numbers;therefore impacting my neighborhood in a negative and/or dangerous way because the people that currently are lost and come down our road are not traveling slow by any means. Dina Williams 420 South 98mAvenue Yakima, WA 9890 ~ � � " ��������I������ � vv����o � �~�~ CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV( ~ 141 RECEIVED � July 26, 2020 JUL 2 9 �A�0 � ^.�v CITY OF YAKIMA Joan Davenport,AK�P, Community Development Director ~~~"N°wGu9V, ) City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129N2 nd Street Yakima,WA 98901 Written comments regarding: PLP#OO2-2(lSEPA#O13-2CLCCAO#0O7-ZO Applicant: Ray Novobia|ski ' In review of Preliminary Plat of"Pottengers's Place", I have extreme concerns for allowing such dense placement of family dwellings within a neighborhood that is consistently split into parcels mfat least)& acre, and often rnona, per single family dwelling. One can argue that there is a such a development to the northeast of the proposed development but if one takes into account the surface area of the access road(s)of the proposed "Pottengers Place",there is even less room for building the proposed 25 dwellings compared to more land and no central roads in � � the other deve|opnmentbordered bySQG 1 Ave on the VVest,YoWrnaAve.mn the North, S94� Ave onthe East and W. Walnut Street on the South (see vicinity map included in your application enclosures). . . I believe this proposed development is a good idea but that the increased density of housing is out of character with the surrounding area and as such,deviates from the expected norms and inherent enjoyments of those already living within the area. Additionally,the increase in audible traffic noise from within the proposed development,which is being placed within a much more dispersed dwelling area, negatively affects the overall peacefulness ofa semi-agricultural area. A|eso-densaa|ternative would be welcome; keeping within the ratio of house site to land site no greater than that of the previously described development to the northeast. - I would be happy to discuss or clarify any of the above concerns with you or your staff is you feel it is needed. � . Sincerely, ' 221 'S§81h Ave YaWnoa~VVA 989A8