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04/06/2021 13D Rezone at 4209 Sorenson Rd - SOZO Sports Complex - Distribution of the 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. 13.D. For Meeting of:April 6, 2021 ITEM TITLE: Distribution of the Complete Record for the rezone of five parcels from Suburban Residential (SR)to General Commercial (GC)for SOZO Sports Complex at 4209 Sorenson Rd SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport,AI CP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Trevor Martin,Associate Planner(509) 575-6162 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: The complete record for this rezone is being distributed to City Council members in this agenda packet. Please bring these materials to the public hearing which will take place on April 20, 2021 . ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type D r plete card- c zc ports 1 41 0 I basked Material 2 so CITY OF YAKIMA 410 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#00320 & SEPA#02020 City Council Closed Record Public earing April 20, 2021 EX HITLIST Applicant: SOZO Sports of Central WA do Leanne Liddicoat File Numbers: RZ#003-20, SEPA#020-20 Site Address: 4209 Sorenson Rd. Staff Contact: Trevor Martin, Associate Planner Table of Contents CHAPTER AA Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation CHAPTER A Staff Report C A 'TER B Maps CHAPTER C Site Plan CHAPTER D DST Review & Agency Comments CHAPTER E SEPA Checklist CHAPTER F Applications CHAPTER G Public Notices C A 'TER H Public Comments 3 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER AA Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation ,r rr rri r,r�;r: t, � r ,�. r v ,,. , r r , ....:.:..........::....... N j ..................... .................. ...............:. 03/09/2021 AA-1 Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation ............... ........... 4 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, MCP, Director Oi‘ 1 o YAMMA Joseph Calhoun, Manager eltY r • 129 North Second Street, 2"d Hoar, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimitwa.gov www,yakirnawa,gov/servicesiplanning YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL FOR REZONE RZ#00320 & SEPA4020-20 February 24, 2021 WHEREAS, The City of Yakima adopted the Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040 in June 6, 2017; and WHEREAS, The City of Yakima last amended its Title 15 Zoning Ordinance on February 10, 2020; and WHEREAS, Under the provisions of YMC Ch, 15.23 a change in circumstances or conditions may warrant a change in the zoning text or map to better align to be more consistent with the goals, policies, and intent of the Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040 ; and WHEREAS Under the provisions of YMC Ch. 1.42 the Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) is responsible for the review of these applications and for recommending the approval, modification or denial of each request; and WHEREAS, On November 5, 2020 an application for a Rezone was submitted by Leanne Liddicoat, on behalf of Sozo Sports of Central Washington, to change the zoning designation of Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC), parcels: 181334-33401, -33402, -33403, -34401 & -34402 (City File RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20); and WHEREAS, The applications were considered complete for processing December 22, 2020, and public notice was provided, in accordance with the provisions of YMC Ch. 16,10, on January 8, 2021; and WHEREAS SEPA Environmental Review was completed with a Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS) issued on February 4, 2021, which was not appealed (City File SEPA#020-20), and WHEREAS, The Yakima Planning Commission held an open record public hearing on February 24, 2021 to hear testimony from the public, consider the Rezone request, and provide a recommendation to the Yakima City Council; and * 5 Now therefore, the Yakima City Planning Commission presents the following findings of fact, conclusions, and recommendation to the Yakima City Council: APPLICATION # RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 APPLICANT: Leanne Liddicoat on behalf of Sozo Sports of Central Washington APPLICANT ADDRESS: 1909 W. Lincoln Ave. Ste.1 Yakima, WA 98902 PROJECT LOCATION: 4209 Sorenson Rd. PARCEL(S): 181334-33401, -33402, -33403, -34401 & -34402 FINDINGS OF FACT 1. The applicant requests to change the zoning of the subject parcels from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC). 2. The subject parcels are approximately 60 acres in size and are surrounded by residential/recreational property. 3, The City of Yakima Planning Division provided a detailed staff report to the Planning Commission and recommended approval during their February 24, 2021 public hearing, 4. The proposed Rezone from Suburban Residential (SR)to General Commercial (GC) is consistent with the applicable approval criteria in YMC § 15.23.030(D), as follows: a. Leanne Liddicoat (Applicant) testified in favor of the proposed rezone. Three different parties testified addressing areas of concern and anticipated future development, The applicant addressed concerns by emphasizing that the current proposal was for a rezone and no physical changes were being proposed. The neighbors will have the ability to comment and voice concerns when project specific applications were submitted for review. b. The property is suitable for uses within the GC zoning district and will facilitate a variety of future development options for the subject site. c. No agencies or departments provided testimony in opposition to the request. d, The GC zoning district is an implementing zone of the Commercial Mixed Use Future Land Use Designation. e. The property is currently served or capable of being served by all necessary public utilities and can be accessed by public streets. f. The proposed Rezone is considered compatible with the surrounding neighborhood and no mitigation is proposed at this time. Future development proposals will undergo environmental, critical areas (floodplain/floodway), and land use review. g. The public need for this Rezone is to provide additional flexibility for future Sozo development. CONCLUSIONS 1. The Rezone is minor in nature; 2. No adverse impacts have been identified which cannot be mitigated during future project review; 3. Three written comments or testimony was received in opposition to the request; 4. This proposal underwent Environmental Review with an MANS issued on February 4, 2021; 5. The proposed Rezone from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC) is consistent with the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance and Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040. DOC. INDEX # AA-t 6 OTIO 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 to the Yakima City Council. The motion carried unanimously. RECO ENDATION TO CITY COUNCIL The Planning Commission of the City of Yakima, having received and considered all evidence and testimony presented at the public hearing, and having received and reviewed the record herein, hereby recommends that the City Council of the City of Yakima APPROVE the proposed Rezone from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC)for file RZ#003-20. SIGNED thisa day of March 2021. By: Jacob Li &coat, Chair Yakima Planning Commission 7 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER A Staff Report M ,x ., x M.55�55M5555M5555555555555.5 .<SSS�SSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSM.<S.i :5555. xx�xSM..,x_,_µ H 1 — .......... .. .. .. .... .. .... ..:....... ...:.........::............: 1, ................ ......_.......ua...........................m................ .n...x ................... .......::..:..::::::::::........................... ... ....... .... ................x..........:;.x....x..........................a.........r.x..........xx.x...............::...uxwx....w;;'u"u"..y...x.....i..........i.xy...............y.y.........y..li A-1 Staff Report 02/24/2021 8 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division 16 I CITY OF YAKIMA • Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2n1 Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning CITY OF YAKIMA FINDINGS of FACT, CONCLUSIONS, & RECOMMENDATION for REQUEST FOR REZONE AND ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW File Numbers: RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 APPLICANT: Leanne Liddicoat of Digital Design & Development, on behalf of Cleat City LLC. APPLICANT ADDRESS: 3611 River Rd. Ste. 100 PROJECT LOCATION: 4209 Sorenson Rd. TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 181334-33401, -33402, -33403, -34401 & -34402 DATE OF REQUEST: November 3, 2020 DATE OF COMPLETE: December 22, 2020 DATE OF RECOMMENDATION: February 24, 2021 STAFF CONTACT: Trevor Martin, Associate Planner I. DESCRIPTION OF REQUEST: On November 3, 2020, the City of Yakima Planning Division received an application from Leanne Liddicoat, on behalf of Cleat City LLC., Proposal to rezone approximately 60 acres from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC) and for the future expansion of the Sozo Sports Complex. IL SU MARY OF DECISION: The Administrative Official recommends approval of the Rezone. M. FACTS: A. Processing 1. The applications for a Rezone and Environmental Review were received on November 3, 2020. 2. The applications were deemed complete for processing on December 22, 2020. 3. The applications are being processed under YMC Ch. 15.23 for Rezone Review, and YMC Ch. 6.88 for Environmental Review. 4. Pursuant to YMC Ch. 1.43 and YMC § 15.23.030, the Planning Commission has the authority to hold a public hearing and provide a recommendation to the City Council on a Rezone request. 5. Public Notice: In accordance with YMC § 15.11.080 and YMC § 16.05.010, notice was provided for this application as follows: I' Yakima 1 "1•1,4 BF Et 1 1 IF 2015 1994 9 a. The subject property was posted with a land use action sign on January 8, 2021. b. A Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and Public Hearing was sent to the applicant, SEPA agencies, and adjoining property owners within 300 feet of the subject property on January 8, 2021, and a MDNS was issued on February 4, 2021, No appeals were filed. c. Two Comments from the General Public, and four comments from SEPA agencies were received during the Comment period: • On January 27, 2021, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) provided the following written comments: "...Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has reviewed the SEPA package and the site for the development is located in Zone 6 of the WSDOT Airports and Compatible Land Use Guidebook Compatibility Zones. The proposed development is consistent with WSDOT's guidance, but given the proximity of the location to the airport it should be noted that the property may experience low flying aircraft, aircraft engine and propeller noise, vibrations, exhaust fumes, which may be perceived as a nuisance to the future residents. Also because the property is in Zone 6 there should be a plan in place to ensure that the construction and the subsequent development to ensure that there will not be height hazard obstructions, smoke, glare, electronic interference, wildlife attractants, or other hazards to the airspace..." Staff response—the applicant and property owner are aware of their proximity to the airport, and the airspace guideline. WSDOT comments will be provided to the applicant. • On January 26, 2021, the Washington State Department of Ecology provided the following comments: "...Information provided within the SEPA Checklists states a wetland report has been conducted. This report was not provided as part of the SEPA package. Ecology requests this report be made available for review and verification as the area likely supports a wetland complex. Ecology staff has conducted a desktop review of the area by reviewing current and historical aerial imagery, National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) data, LiDAR imagery, and soil data. The collective information suggests a wetland complex is located within the area proposed for rezoning and expansion (Images 1-3 below). Cleat City LLC • RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 2 10 NWI data suggests palustrine emergent wetlands are present (Image 1). The provided Soilweb data (Image 2), depicts hydric soils are present (areas of red and orange on image 2). Hydric soils are one of three required characterizes of wetland habitat. The two soils of interest are 66-Kittitas Silt Loam and 165-Track Loam. Image 3, LiDAR image from DNR's LiDAR Portal, shows two streams flowing through the area. The stream are surrounded by lower depression areas were water is likely to pond and create wetland criteria. Please keep in mind wetland delineations are valid for a period of 5 years, unless otherwise requested. Any delineations or reports that are over 5 years old will need to be re-investigated. Any wetlands found on the parcel are considered to be a Water of the State and potentially a Water of the United States. Per Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 90.48.030, the Department of Ecology has authority to control and prevent pollution of waters of the State. Therefore, Ecology has the ability to request a wetland delineation be conducted on the site to prevent the pollution of state waters. Any wetland habitat found on site (or adjacent to) should be rated using the 2014 Update for the Washington State Wetland Rating System for Eastern Washington (Hruby, 2014). Rating scores will be used to determine the width of the City's required upland buffer surrounding any delineated wetlands. Waters of the United States are within the jurisdictional authority of the U.S. Army of Corps of Engineers (Corps). Placement of fill in wetlands may require an individual or general (nationwide) permit from the Corps. We advise the applicant to contact the Corps to determine if a permit is needed. In the event the Corps determines the wetland is not located within their jurisdiction, Ecology review and permitting would still be required. Ecology's SEA Program requests a wetland delineation (and rating) be provided to identify wetland presence or absence prior to construction activities. Ecology encourages the use of mitigation sequencing to avoid, reduce, and minimize impacts to wetland habitat. In the event impacts are unavoidable, a mitigation and monitoring plan must be submitted with any application material for review and consideration. Ecology staff are available to provide technical assistance to the City by reviewing documents related to wetland habitats and conducting a joint site visit to verify the presence or absence of wetlands on the property..." Staff response— The applicant will be required to provide a Critical Areas Report documenting wetlands and floodplain/floodway issues to the City of before any future development permits are issued. 04: I Cleat City LLC RZ#003-20& SEPA#020-20 A i 3 11 • On January 11, 2021, the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife provided written comments stating: "Aerial photography evidence from 1998 and 2002 indicates that the site contains a spring and other wetland features. However, photography since 2005 indicates that those features were filled, as they cannot be identified any longer. Four of the five subject parcels revealed those wetland features. Parcel #181334-34401 did not. Industrial development or sports fields may not be well-suited to where a contiguous wetland buffer needs protection. Thus, a wetland delineation is a sensible preliminary assessment prior to a change in zoning for possible incompatible uses." Staff response - The applicant will be required to provide a Critical Areas Report documenting wetlands and floodplainIfloodway issues to the City of Yakima before any future development permits are issued. Anticipated sports fields are a permitted use under the current SR and the proposed GC zoning districts. Future development is required to meet all application Critical Areas Ordinance standards. • On September 21, 2021, the State of Washington Department of Archaeology (DAHP) and Historic Preservation provided a written comment stating: "...Our statewide predictive model indicates that there is a high probability of encountering cultural resources within the proposed project area. This is due, in part, to the proximity of the proposed project area to Spring Creek, a resource that may have been historically important to Native American groups and/or settlers in the area. Further, the scale of the proposed ground disturbing actions would destroy any archaeological resources present. Identification during construction is not a recommended detection method because inadvertent discoveries often result in costly construction delays and damage to the resource. Therefore, we recommend a professional archaeological survey of the project area be conducted prior to ground disturbing activities. We also recommend consultation with the concerned Tribes' cultural committees and staff regarding cultural resource issues. These comments are based on the information available at the time of this review and on behalf of the SHPO in conformance with Washington State law. Should additional information become available, our assessment may be revised. ..." Staff Response—An archaeological survey will be required as part of the MDNS conditions. . Cleat City LLC RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 4 12 • On January 20, 2021, Casey Poor provided a written comment stating: "First, I am the parent of a soccer player. I like the SOZO complex, I want to see it succeed and grow. But as a property owner who borders the complex, I have some concerns, and would like to comment on some of their narratives the SOZO complex submitted. Under Part IV, section C of the REZONES section & under the Transportation #1&#4, they discuss the Spring Creek and Ahtanum road future improvements will support the traffic. Knowing that Mr. Kerry Martin owns the property west of lots 7&8, and using common sense, I know that he owns this property to connect SOZO and Sorenson Rd to 52nd avenue at some point in the future. I didn't see any mention of future improvements to 52nd to support traffic. Have SOZO and the City of Yakima discussed this with the county? And will that property west of lot 7&8 be used as an access for the construction crew/ heavy machinery so they don't have to go through the phase 1 area of SOZO? Staff Response— 52nd Ave is within Yakima County, there are no plans to improve this street as part of the Rezone. There have been past discussions with the county regarding Sorenson Road and 52nd but there are no current plans to make that connection Under the surface water#1, and Water runoff#3, SOZO says there is no surface water(year-round and seasonal) in the vicinity of the site, and that the proposal doesn't affect drainage patterns. I have attached 2 pictures taken in March 2017 showing surface water creating a wetland that was there well into April. I believe it is ground water swelling to the surface' While I haven't seen it to that level since, it does contain some water during early spring, depending on how fast the melt is. As for affecting drainage, I have included a map of the area showing a creek bed that goes through 2 neighborhoods (Lyons Loop and Walla Walla) that in 2015 was used to relieve other area creeks from flooding and did reach the SOZO boundary. And, also on the map I show the storm drains for Lyons Loop, that drain past my property to the south, and towards the complex. Will SOZO's storm drain system allow for these creeks and areas of drainage to flow into their system, or will it back up onto the properties of Lyons Loop?Under the Plants#1, There were cattail plants around the above-mentioned wetland area, but were mowed down a couple of years ago. n Cleat City LLC R• RZ#003-20& SEPA#020-20 5 13 Staff Response—A wetland study is required as part of the SEPA MDNS. Sozo is a designated park and will function in accordance with City ordinances. Under the Animals #1, animals that need to be included are: coyotes, raccoons, skunks, pheasants and quail. Staff Response— The subject application is for a rezone only. Mitigation for wildlife will be addressed in future development proposals. Under the Noise #3, It says SOZO hours of operation are consistent with the city parks, which close at 10:00pm. But SOZO has had events like the dye hard 5k go till 11:00pm with music, and at some events has had overnight camping, dancing and beer gardens. Will SOZO keep these late-night events/all nights camping on the already developed part of the complex, away from the neighborhoods, or are they going to stop these after 10:00pm events? Staff Response— There may be events and situations where the Sozo site in granted an exception for the timing of their events, based on the scope of the event. Any exception will be reviewed on an event by event basis. Under the Land and Shoreline use #13 and recreation #3, SOZO states they are adding park space, and play fields, but I noticed (pre COVID) that their gates were closed during the day unless practices or events were happening. Will the community be able to go during normal park hours (6:00am-10:00pm) to use these benefits/green space/ play equipment they mentioned? Staff Response—A site to the north of Sozo property (parcel 181334- 42002) will be turned into a community park with regular public access hours. That park will developed in the future. Under the Light and Glare #4, SOZO states they will be "sensitive to the neighboring residences". The city of Yakima, when dealing with the West Valley Walmart development, made sure that Walmart use special lights and spacing for their parking lots to decrease light pollution into the neighborhood to the west. Will SOZO have to follow the same guidelines for their lights as they get closer to the neighborhoods? Cleat City LLC ; RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20" " 6 14 Staff Response—All lighting will be required to be downshielded and a photometric lighting plan will be required when a development action is in process. Under Transportation #8, SOZO mentions "neighboring properties that could serve as event parking lots". Where are these properties? And will sozo help the close by neighborhoods with signage, security, and possible towing for people who choose to park in front of driveways, and on private property? I have been to many tournaments all over this state as a parent and know that people will park anywhere to avoid having to pay $5-$10 parking fees. On the map showing the revised lots, what is the plan for revised lot 7? There is nothing describing what it will be. Will it be grass, dirt, a parking lot until they know what to do with it? Also, what will the 100 ft buffer zone be? Grass, gravel, etc.? I know that SOZO is a public and private partnership and answering some of these questions will depend on if it is treated as public or private. But it is mentioned that this is a park area that contributes to the City of Yakima Parks Department plans. And that it is a benefit to the community. It sounds like it is to be considered a city park. All other city parks are open to the public to use during the day (including now during COVID times), and so should SOZO. Except for when there are games or special events that would require a charge for parking. Staff Response—Additional parking may be developed on the Sozo site, as of this point, there is no complete land use action that has been applied for on this site, this application is for a rezone only. Proposed parking areas may change as the site continue to develop. • On January 20, 2021, the City received comments from Diana and James Rhodes which stated: "Thank you for sending us a copy of the Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and Public Hearing information (RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20) dated January 8, 2021. Being the property owners of a house directly adjacent to the north boundary of parcel 18133433403, we read with great interest the current application. Let us start by saying that we realize that having a sports complex the caliber of the• Cleat City LLC RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 7 15 one envisioned by Sozo Sports has many benefits to the Yakima region and we hope that both Sozo and we can be good neighbors to each other. As part of being good neighbors, clear consistent communication will be important. Moving forward, the current request brings up several important issues, and this probably would be a good time for discussion of the overall plans for these parcels, which seemed to have changed from those articulated in earlier meetings. 1) Our first question is why is it necessary to rezone an entire 60 acres from "suburban Residential" to "General Commercial" if most of this area will be developed into soccer fields and parkland, with the only commercial activity being vendors that "support spectators, visitors, and participants" at the Sozo complex? To the uninstructed eye, the request being put forward would be more appropriate for a small shopping mall than for sports fields and parkland. We have a major concern that once this land is zoned for general commercial, significantly more commercial operations can move in than may be initially detailed (and virtually none are detailed at this point in the application). More information on future plans seems to be needed before taking this significant step. How much of the 60 acres will be devoted to retail businesses and how much will be used for soccer fields and parkland?Would it be possible and preferable to restrict the commercial development (and thus rezoned area) to the portions of the property that are distant from the adjacent residential properties so as to limit the negative impact of this development on the adjacent residential community? Staff Response— the underlying future land use if this site is Commercial Mixed Use, This designation promotes the greater integration of mixed uses that offer greater development choices to property owners, increased housing options, strengthened commercial retail areas, and lively pedestrian-oriented development. Rezoning the site will allow for a greater diversity of uses on the site to support existing uses. While many parks are zone Residential, other parks such as Kiwanis (GC) and Elks (M-1) carry commercial/industrial zoning. Other Yakima city parks appear to be zoned R-1. If the intent of Sozo Sports is, as detailed in this application, primarily to become soccer and other sports fields in a parklike setting, this R-1 classification seems much more appropriate for the majority of this land, and will preserve the integrity of the surrounding residential neighbors more than changing the entire 60 acres to a commercial property. Cleat City LLC RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 6 16 2) Noise and light pollution from this sports complex already is a problem, even with the current fields that are far removed from our house. As new fields are built closer, and are eventually almost in our backyard, this is something that could be a huge issue! Currently, the field lights shine into our house and when walking in our backyard at night, we are blinded by the light if we look to the southeast (towards the Sozo fields). This is from fields currently in the developed region of the park; how much worse will it be when the proposed lights are installed much closer to our property? Staff Response— The site is not completely built at this point, all lighting for future development will have conditions to mitigate for any potential light pollution. The application is for a rezone only, no development action has been proposed. All future lighting is required to be down-shielded and will require a lighting plan prior to construction. Additional, as part of the overall development, buildings that are a part of the Sozo development are required to be at least 100 feet away from any residential areas. Our recollection of the public meeting five years ago, which preceded the first zoning changes requested by Sozo, was that the community was promised that Sozo would install fencing and shrubbery to shield the neighborhood from the field lights - as well as the explanation that much of the 60 acres currently in question would be turned more into a city park with walking trails than in to sports fields. The current request states "The intent is for the lighting to not exceed the boundaries of the property since it will be focused inward on the fields, not outward to the edges of the park or residences." (Section B "Light and Glare", item 2). Can the Zoning Commission put in place a mechanism to ensure that Sozo follows through on their promises? Could the Zoning Commission require that an independent engineering audit of Sozo's lighting to ensure that the final lighting design fulfills the intent expressed in the Application? Staff Response—All lighting will be required to be downshielded and a photometric lighting plan will be required when a development action is in process. The current Application for the zoning variance notes that our neighborhood already is negatively impacted by the noise from the airport (8. Environmental Elements, 'Noise", section 1); however, in their 111611S Application (CL2#014-15, CAO#003-15, SEPA#035-15) (8. Environmental Elements, 7 b. "Noise"), Sozo listed other noise in the area as "minimum air traffic from Yakima Airport" - an assessment Cleat City LLC I . 14' RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 k 9 17 with which we agree. We have two comments relative to noise associated with these changes. First, the cheering of crowds from the Sozo fields is much more constant and seems to be louder than the occasional airport noise. Second, the airport existed before our subdivision was built and the negative impact of the airport on our neighborhood presumably was factored into the cost of our property when we purchased it. Any negative change in property values resulting from the zoning changes requested by Sozo will be losses that are sustained by the current property owners. To decrease the crowd noise, perhaps moving the fields further from the boundaries with the houses (placing storage sheds closer to the houses, rather than the fields near property lines), erecting the 6-foot shielding fence and shrubbery as promised (which has NOT been erected, at least by our property yet), and keeping activities early in the morning and at night concentrated on the fields furthest from houses. Staff Response— There may be events and situations where the Sozo site in granted an exception for the timing of their events, based on the scope of the event. Any exception will be reviewed on an event by event basis. Additionally, more mitigation will be installed as the development of the site continues. This include more landscaping and fencing to help reduce the amount of noise coming from the site. Mitigation will be required as development actions are proposed. At this point, the submitted application is only for a rezone with no proposed project. 3) We were informed several years ago that our property now is considered part of the 100 year flood plan, along with some of the adjacent Sozo fields. This is a significant concern for us. Currently, our property is at a higher elevation than the Sozo property to the south of us. It is imperative to us that the elevation of that land not be raised and that water will flow away from our property line that we share with Sozo Sports, instead of towards us. Staff Response—A wetland report will be required as part of the MDNS for this rezone proposal. There has been no proposal to change grade or elevation of the site. 4) Our property, along with our neighbors, is supplied by water from wells. While we note that Sozo will use city water for drinking water, there is no mention of the water to be used in irrigating the numerous sports fields. What mitigation factors can be put in place to ensure the irrigation water usage by Sozo does not adversely affect our well water supply? Cleat City LLC RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 • 10 - , 18 Staff Response— Irrigation is allotted by the irrigation districts, Sozo will need to work directly with the irrigation district for irrigating the site. Sozo is allow to use existing on-site wells for irrigation. 5) If Sozo anticipates that their complex will generate only 141 cars "in" and 73 cars "out" at peak hours, why is Sozo planning on building a parking lot that will accommodate over 1,000 vehicles? Has the impact of this development on local traffic been underestimated or is the large parking lot needed for some other purpose (e.g. a shopping mall?)? Staff Response— Traffic report generate calculations based upon travels at certain times. Traffic storage is different from the rate as which vehicles are traveling. The large parking lots is to accommodate for events. 6) In case it is important in the decisions being made, the list of birds and animals in this area was much abbreviated on the application. In addition to those listed (B. Environmental Elements, "Animals", item 1), we commonly have coyotes, raccoons, skunks, moles pheasants, owls, killdeers, quails, magpies, ducks, and geese. Staff Response— The subject application is for a rezone only. Mitigation for wildlife will be addressed in future development proposals. 6. Environmental Review: A Notice of Application and SEPA Environmental Review was mailed to SEPA agencies, the applicant, and adjoining property owners within 300 feet of the subject property on January 8, 2021. Four comments were received during the comment period that ended January 28, 2021. A SEPA Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS) was issued on February 4, 2020. No appeals have been filed with the City of Yakima Planning Division. B. Current Zoning and Land Use: 1. The subject property is approximately 60 acres, and is zoned Suburban Residential (SR). Cleat City LLC RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 11 19 2. The surrounding properties contain uses and zoning as follows: Direction Zoning Land Use North SR (County) Residential South R-2 & R-3 (County) Vacant East M-1 Sozo Sports Field West SR (County) Residential C. Written Narrative: Rezone - Pursuant to YMC Ch. 15.23, the applicant provided the following paraphrased statements explaining their reasons for the proposed Rezone: 1. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? The five parcels totaling 60 aces is for the future expansion for the Sozo Sports Complex. The master plan calls for additional grass fields, parking, plus accessory building for restrooms, concessions, and storage. As the complex develops retail and service businesses will support spectators, visitors, and participants. What is the status of the existing land use? The existing future land use designation is Commercial Mixed Use. 2. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? The rezone request is in compliance with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. 3. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, stormwater drainage, schools, fire and police services, and other public services and infrastructure existing on and around the subject property? City of Yakima sewer and Nob Hill Water are at the east boundary of this group of parcels. Sozo Sports on the neighboring property is currently served by Pacific Power, fire, police, and other services in addition to sewer and water. Cleat City has provided a 40'right-of-way for the extension of Sorenson Road to the west, and is to pay for half of this road as the site Cleat City LLC RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 II 12 20 develops. A traffic study for the Sozo Sports complex found that existing streets support typical peak hour traffic with the planned Spring Creek and Ahtanum Road improvements. Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? If not, what mitigating measures are going to be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? The existing public services can support the GC designation for the GC property. Over time further mitigation will be addressed on a project by project basis through permitting applications. 4. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? The north and west residential neighborhoods are SR, with the south boundary R2 and R3. East is MI. As a sports park, Sozo is compatible with all of the neighboring uses. The existing Land Use Designation is Commercial Mixed Use, so the GC zoning is in line with this designation. What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as sitescreening, buffering building design, open space, traffic flow alteration, etc.? Lots 8 and 9 on the north and west boundary will have a recorded 100'buffer from commercial buildings. Accessory uses such as restrooms, concessions, and storage that are for the support of Sozo operations are allow in the buffer zone. A 6'site screening fence has been built on the north property boundary, and will be added to the west boundary as part of site screening standard C. 5. What is the public need for the proposed change? The rezone change is in keeping with existing land use designation of Commercial Mixed Use. Sozo Sports is a total of 118 acres. Currently, 58 acres are M1 and 60 acres are SR. Rezoning these 5 parcels (60 acres) to GC will match the current land use designation. In addition to the Sozo Sports Complex to the east and the new RCO park to the northeast, other commercial operations east of 36th and 38th Avenue are also M1. The extension of Sorenson Road to the west will provide more access to the area, and the GC zone on these parcels will be helpful for the project placement in keeping with the land use designation. D. Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040: Cleat City LLC L r" RZ#003-20& SEPA#020-20 13 • 21 1. Defined: Commercial Mixed Use —This designation promotes the greater integration of mixed uses that offer greater development choices to property owners, increased housing options, strengthened commercial retail areas, and lively pedestrian-oriented development. 2. The following goals and policies apply to this proposal: • Goal 2.8. Community gathering space. Preserve and develop inviting and distinctive gathering spaces, with the greatest emphasis in downtown, mixed- use areas, and neighborhoods. o Policy 2.8.2. Pursue strategic public/private partnerships with large developments to leverage high quality public space integrated with new development. o Policy 2.8.3. Continue to encourage public participation in the design of public spaces throughout the City. o Policy 2.3.2 (A): Ensure that new development is compatible in scale, style, density, and aesthetic quality to an established neighborhood. • Goal 2.10. Healthy communities. Promote land use and community design that Encourages healthy living and good connectivity between compatible uses. o Policy 2.10.4. Integrate public recreational amenities accessible to all Yakima residents, workers, and visitors, with highest priority on locations, facilities, and activities that best serve the community. E. Applicable Law: 1. Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance: a. GC Zoning District Defined: Pursuant to YMC § 15.03.20 (K), The purpose of the general commercial district is to accommodate wholesale and retail activities with some high-density residential development. This district is primarily located near and along the major arterials as designated in the Yakima urban area comprehensive plan. Like the CBD district, a variety of land uses are permitted. However, the intensity of development is intended to be less than in the CBD district. b. Compatibility Defined: Pursuant to YMC § 15.02.020, "Compatibility" means the characteristics of different uses or developments that permit them to be located near each other in harmony with or without special mitigation measures. c. Rezone: Pursuant to YMC§ 15.02.020, "Rezone" means to change the zoning district classification of particular lot(s) or parcel(s) of land. d. Add 15.23.010 Purpose F. Development Services Team Review: A Development Services Team (DST) Review was conducted the week of February 9, 2021, for this Rezone (RZ#003-24 No DST comments concerning the rezone were received. Cleat City LLC RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 A • 14 22 G. Public Comments: Two comments were received from the general public during the 20-day public comment period and are in the report above. IV. FINDINGS: A. Rezone Approval Criteria: In accordance with the provisions of YMC § 15.23.030 (D) (1-7), recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following consideration: 1. The testimony at the public hearing: A Notice of Application was mailed to SEPA agencies and all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on January 8, 2021, wherein the public was invited to submit written and/or oral comments at the public hearing on this proposed rezone. Two comments were received. Any testimony at the hearing can be considered by the Planning Commission. 2. The suitability of the property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning: The subject property is suitable for uses permitted in the GC zoning district. The proposed Park use will require Type (2) and Environmental Review, which is the same public review process that would be required under the existing SR zoning district. 3. The recommendation from interested agencies and departments: No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. Agency concerns identified during the SEPA process were included as required mitigation measures in the MDNS issued on February 4, 2021. 4. The extent to which the proposed amendments are in compliance with and/or deviate from the goals and policies as adopted in the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the intent of this title: The proposed GC zoning district is an implementing zone of the Comprehensive Plan 2040 designation of Commercial Mixed-Use and is compatible with the surrounding neighborhood per the goals and policies listed in section D above. 5. The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water and other required public services: Along Sorenson Rd. there are various utilities which are available to serve the property, including City of Yakima sewer, Nob Hill water, Pacific Power electricity, Cascade natural gas, CenturyLink telephone, Charter cable TV, and City of Yakima garbage collection services. City of Yakima Fire and Police departments also serve this area. 6. The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses: Cleat City LLC E RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 . 15 23 The rezone proposal to GC will flexibility for future design of the site while implementing mitigation measures during a project action. The applicant proposes a 100-foot building setback from adjacent residential uses to the north and west. This setback will be required for future development requests. 7. The public need for the proposed change: The public need for this proposed change will bring the property into conformance with its future land use category of Commercial Mixed Use flexibility for future development of the site. B. Site Design and Improvement Standards: YMC Ch. 15.05— 15.07 establish basic development requirements as minimum criteria, which must be met to assure land use compatibility and promote the public health, safety, and welfare. The proposed Rezone is nonproject specific, no land use actions have been proposed as part of the rezone. Therefore, no site design and improvement standards will be required as part of the proposed rezone V. CONCLUSIONS: A. The Planning Commission has jurisdiction to issue a recommendation on this application to the City Council. B. The proposed Rezone is consistent with the goals and policies of the Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040. C. SEPA review resulted in the issuance of a MDNS on February 4, 2021. The appeal period for this determination ended on February 18, 2021. No appeal was filed. D. No adverse impacts have been identified from granting this approval that cannot be mitigated at the time of future development, or that have been required through an Environmental Review. E. Public notice for this hearing was provided in accordance with zoning ordinance requirements. VI. RECOMMENDATION: The Community Development Department recommends approval of this non-project Rezone request from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC). u• Cleat City LLC E-- RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 I 16 24 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER B Maps tMM:M t . ............ B-1 Maps: Vicinity 11/09/2020 B-2 Maps: Zoning, Future Land Use, and Aerial 11/09/2020 lull's' ,,AI i Witimiskli' ,r,iti 1 a lk 111111bk . .,.„,. hi n pl a n AP [4 M .. ....,„..--....,-.,- ,47.4._ AERIA ... .... .„... 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The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors, iv : 1\3 omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided or for any action taken, or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein. '!".• ,?, ,....f 4 28 AIWA,a a 111.V1 VICINITY MAP lffifil IIliAllh, 11/1111k p 6YnOnF YiAnK I Md File Number: RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 Project Name: SOZO SPORTS OF CENTRAL WA Site Address: 4209 SORENSON RD i . yiTTAin Y/ it '' ....... . . i i T 1 -----",,,,q, ) - / I / TQ-------4ur 04 — P" ri -• -in r'-z-------- ir TF- 1- 17--. .1_, i .....,, - ____ I_ . [ ,,t7: . 74 4 V--- -A / : _.............,........... H ' r- - ) li.LrUA L 1 i I , , . ., ..:,,,,,id t, —- 3t * ,,atti _ , ,4--- - ; c.d. j I k A H T A N??4,4 re4 L I ElY . : , .. : ..._ ....... ,......... ,----- ----. --3-1L 1-ITT-r I"k1211-1' ---1 r-T 1 / i— , p tA- 4... --: 1 i t• -r4 t N ,L 1 --........____............Ihktutt 4-1,1---- , . F - , Proposal: Proposal to rezone five parcels totaling approximately 60 acres from Suburban Residential(SR)to General Commercial (GC)for the future expansion of the Sozo Sports Complex. 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 r.„. assumes no liability for any errors,omissions,or inaccuracies in the information provided or for any action taken, .;. Ili .;.,, or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein. 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(0) (- PARCEL MAP (1 33,SITE LOCATION KEY — • I •0 NTS : NTS .,_... ................ - -- ,,. ., ---------..........._„-- 31 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER D DST Review & Agency Comments ...... .................................... ..... .................:.::.................................. .... ..:.................:....... ..........::. .... ..:.. .....::..:: ....:........ ........... ...::::.:.................:x....:::....::::::::..........:..-:.:...:...:.::.......................:.:..................._x.......:..:....v:•-.... •:::.:::::....:.....:::....:.........................:.::..::::.s:•.::x::::J.x:xL.:::::::x:::::::::::L:x:::::::::::::::::::::::::...:.x:..:-x i.:.::�......:::ii:::>:::::::::�:.:�..xiiis:..x..:::i:::i::::�^iisi 02/0212021 D-1 DST Request for Comments oo City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments CITY Of YAKIMA February 2. 2021 '"Panning To: ' City cf Yakima Development Services Team From: Trevor Martin,Associate Planner Subject: Request for Comments Applicant: Soao Sports Complex File Number: Sozo Sports of Central Washington Location: 42O9 Sorenson Rd . Ponce| Numnbmr(s); 181334-33401. -33402. '33403. '34401 &'34402 DST MEETING DATE: 2/912021 Proposal to rezone five pnnm|e totaling approximately 60 murun from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (QC)for the future expansion of the Sozo Sports Complex. Please review the attached application and site plan and prepare any written comments you might have regarding this' proposal. This project will come up for discussion at the weekly DST meeting to be held February 9,202������0� .P.m` As a|wmya, should you have commmntm, but find you are unable to attend, p|eemm aubmityourcommontn prior to the meeting. My email address is trevor.martin@yakimawa.gov and the Planning Department's fax number is(509) 575-8105. Should you have any questions, or require additional information, please call me at(509)575-6162. _ - , � __ ontauLPenxon Department/Agency A������� «�����A �� 8�~~� "� _ ' 33 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER E SEPA Checklist E-1 SEPA Checklist 11/03/2020 34 ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST ivikw STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT(SEPA) UY OF YA*.itAft. (AS TAKEN FROM WAC 197-11-960) arming YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 PURPOSE OF CHECKLIST Governmental agencies use this checklist to help determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant.This information is also helpful to determine if available avoidance, minimization or compensatory mitigation measures will address the probable significant impacts or if an environmental impact statement will be prepared to further analyze the proposal. INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal.Please answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. You may need to consult with an agency specialist or private consultant for some questions. You may use"not applicable" or"does not apply" only when you can explain why it does not apply and not when the answer is unknown. You may also attach or incorporate by reference additional studies reports. Complete and accurate answers to these questions often avoid delays with the SEPA process as well as later in the decision-making process. The checklist questions apply to all parts of your proposal,even if you plan to do them over a period of time or on different parcels of land. Attach any additional information that will help you 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 For non-project proposals (such as ordinances, regulations, plans and programs), complete the applicable parts of sections A and B plus the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS(part D).Please completely answer all questions that apply and note that the words"project","applicant",and"property or site"should be read as"proposal,""proponent,"and"affected geographic area," respectively. The lead agency may exclude (for non-projects) questions in Part B — Environmental Elements—that do not contribute meaningfully to the analysis of the proposal. A.BACKGROUND INFORMATION(To be completed by the applicant.) 1. Name Of Proposed Project(If Applicable): 1 tt4ED. Cleat City Rezone 2. Applicant's Name&Phone: 73*117 $3 s 2020 Sozo Sports of Central Washington CiTy oF PLANNING 3. Applicant's Address: G Div 1909 W. Lincoln Ave., Suite 1,Yakima,WA 98902 4. Contact Person& Phone: Leanne Liddicoat, 509-833-8552 5. Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima 6. Proposed Timing Or Schedule(Including Phasing,If Applicable): 2022-2025: Add grass fields with parking on lots 5 and 9. Solicit partnerships for sport venues on the Sozo site Beyond 2025: Extend Sorenson Rd and utilities, determine sports related projects and fields for lots 6, 7, and 8. 7. Do you have any plans for future additions,expansion,or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes,explain: An indoor sports arena will be built next to the fieldhouse on the existing sports complex with a groundbreaking in 2021. The permit process for this arena project will determine the parking and support services needed on the parcels being rezoned. 8. List any environmental information you know about that has been prepared,or will be prepared,directly related to this proposal: There has been a wetland report and traffic study prepared for the Sozo complex including this site Revised 4/2019 DOC. Page I 6 INDEX # 35 A.BACKGROUND INFORMATION(To be completed by the applicant.) 9. Do you know whether applications are pending for governmental approvals of other proposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal?If yes,explain: There are no applications pending approval at this time 10. List any government approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal,if known: No government approvals required for the rezone. For development of the property we will need the following: Type 2 and SEPA for project development Stormwater permit Building permits Permits for road construction 11. 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.): A concept site plan has been provided showing additional sports fields and parking. As the park develops specific project information will be submitted for permitting. 12. Location of the proposal.Give sufficient information for a person to understand the precise location of your proposed project,including a street address,if any,and section,township,and range,if known.if a proposal would occur over a range of area,provide the range or boundaries of the site(s).Provide a legal description,site plan,vicinity map,and topographic map,if reasonably available.While you should submit any plans required by the agency,you are not required to duplicate maps or detailed plans submitted with any permit applications related to this checklist: The property is located south of Spring Creek Road and east of 36th Avenue where the existing Sorenson Road will be extended to the west. The legal description and parcel addresses are attached. RECEI , NOVLI 3 ?.o,7 DORevised 4/2019 IND EX Page 7 # c-:� 36 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) EARTH 1. General description of the site(✓ one): ® flat ❑ rolling ❑ hilly ❑ steep slopes ❑ mountainous ❑ other: 2. What is the steepest slope on the site(approximate percent slope)? 1% 3. What general types of soils are found on the site(for example,clay,sand,gravel,peat,muck)? If you know the classification of agricultural soils,specify them and note any agricultural land of long-term commercial significance and whether the proposal results in removing any of these soils. Kittitas Silt Loam with areas of Umapine Silt Loam, Track Loam, and Toppenish Silt Loam 4. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity?If so,describe. No indication 5. Describe the purpose,type,total area,and approximate quantities and total affected area of any filling,excavation,and . grading proposed.Indicate source of fill. General grading and clearing estimated to be 150,000 cubic yards for the conceptual plan. Excess soil from the Spring Creek construction project was left on site to be used as fill for future Sozo projects. 6. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing,construction,or use?If so,generally describe. As a flat site there will be little erosion control required. But, an erosion control plan will be followed to grade soil on site. 7. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction(for example,asphalt or buildings)? For these 5 parcels we have an estimate of 15.4%impervious surfaces for parking 8. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion,or other impacts to the earth,if any: An engineered stormwater collection and disposal system will be used to contain water on site AIR I. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal during construction,operation,and maintenance when the project is completed?If any,generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. Dust during construction, with no emissions during operations 2. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal?If so,generally describe. No emissions noticed other than dust from general farming activities to the east and light manufacturing to the southeast. The remainder of the neighborhood is residential. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air,if any: y A dust control plan will be in place during construction , 204 1 ttmNG DIV j# Revised 4/2019 DOC. Page 8 INDEX # , 37 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) SURFACE WA 1`ER 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. No streams on the site per the Wetlands Report. The nearest running water is to the northeast on adjacent properties bordering the airport. 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- nearest water is more than 200 feet away 3. Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or removed from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected.Indicate the source of fill material. Not applicable 4. Will the proposal require surface water withdrawals or diversions? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No surface water withdrawal or diversion. 5. Does the proposal lie within a 100-year floodplain?If so,note location on the site plan. Yes-this site lies within the 100 year floodplain. 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. No-all stormwater collected from impervious surfaces will be processed and disposed of onsite by an engineered solution and best practices. Stormwater systems will meet Yakima and Eastern Washington stormwater requirements. GROUND WATER 1. Will groundwater be withdrawn from a well for drinking water or other purposes? If so,give a general description of the well,proposed uses and approximate quantities withdrawn from the well.Will water be discharged to groundwater?Give general description,purpose,and approximate quantities if known. Domestic water provided by Nob Hill Water. No groundwater will be drawn. 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,the number of such systems,the number of houses to be served(if applicable),or the number of animals or humans the system(s)are expected to serve. RECEIVED The project will be connected to the City of Yakima sewer system. aii�VU. 3 2020 ► eNNfN DIV AKIMA. Revised 4/2019 DOC. Page 9 INDEX 38 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) WATER RUNOFF(INCLUDING STORM WATER) 1. Describe the source of runoff(including storm water)and method of collection and disposal,if any(include quantities,if known).Where will this water flow?Will this water flow into other waters?If so,describe. All stormwater from impervious surfaces will be directed to an engineered onsite storage and disposal system, and all systems will be designed to meet Yakima and Eastern Washington stormwater requirements. 2. Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so,generally describe. No, as the site will have an approved stormwater design 3. Does the proposal alter or otherwise affect drainage patterns in the vicinity of the site?If so,describe. No-the stormwater will be stored on-site and not affect neighboring properties. As a park the majority of the acreage will be grass fields and parking lots. 4. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface,ground,and runoff water,and drainage pattern impacts,if any: All stormwater from impervious surfaces will be directed to engineered on site storage and disposal systems, and all systems will be designed to meet Yakima and Eastern Washington stormwater requirements. PLANTS 1. Check(✓)types of vegetation found on the site: Deciduous Trees: Evergreen"frees: Wet Soil Plants: Water Plants: Other: ❑Alder 0 Fir ❑Cattail ❑Milfoil ®Shrubs ❑Maple ❑Cedar ❑Buttercup ❑Eelgrass ®Grass ❑Aspen El Pine ❑Bullrush El Water Lily ®Pasture ®Other ❑ Other ❑Skunk Cabbage ❑Other ❑Crop Or Grain 0 Other ❑Orchards,vineyards,or other permanent crops ®Other types of vegetation 2. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? The pasture will be removed and replaced primarily with grass fields, deciduous trees, and landscaping 3. List threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known 4. Proposed landscaping,use of native plants,or other measures to preserve or enhance vegetation on the site,if any: The existing vegetation is from prior alfalfa planting or pasture grass for cattle. Grass for sports fields will be planted along with r trees for shade and parking lot landscaping. RECEIV ED 5. List all noxious weeds and invasive species known to be on or near the site. y L} V 3 20ZU Scotch thistle CITY OF YAICINI,1 PLANNING DIV. Revised 4/2019 Ev Page 110 --,1 39 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) ANIMALS • 1. List any birds or other animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site. Examples include: birds:hawk, heron, eagle,songbirds, other: mammals: deer, bear, elk, beaver, other: fish:bass, salmon, trout, herring,shellfish, other: Hawk, songbird,gophers,squirrels, and mice 2. List any threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known 3. Is the site part of a migration route?If so,explain. The site is in the North America Fly Way 4. Proposed measures to preserve or enhance wildlife,if any: The park setting will add to the community green space and recreation. Landscape and grass planting may provide for some wildlife habitat, but we are aware of the proximity of the airport. The project will not encourage bird habitat beyond the existing numbers, 5. List any invasive animal species known to be on or near the site. None known ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES 1. 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. Electric power will be used as the primary source of energy for parking lot lights. No buildings are planned in the conceptual site plan that require heating. 2. Would your project affect the potential use of solar energy by adjacent properties?If so,generally describe. No affect to adjacent properties. The terrain is flat and will not interfere with neighbors that may use solar. 3. 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: RECEIVED Lighting will be high efficiency rated �# �� NO V 6 3 2020 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING ©IV CtOG. Revised 4/2019 INDEX Page 11 # E.-1 40 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 1. 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. None known RE'CEItit:rh 31/ 2020 City y 2. Describe any known or possible contamination at the site from present or past uses. put r,rviiti Yakima is a farming area so it is possible lead arsenic or other pesticides may have been used N. Div 3. Describe existing hazardous chemicals/conditions that might affect project development and design. This includes underground hazardous liquid and gas transmission pipelines located within the project area and in the vicinity. None known. Fuel for maintenance and construction vehicles will be supplied by offsite vendors and not stored on site. 4. Describe any toxic or hazardous chemicals that might be stored, used,or produced during the project's development or construction,or at any time during the operating life of the project. Typical fertilizer and soil nutrients will be stored in appropriate containers on site for the maintenance of grass and landscaping 5. Describe special emergency services that might be required. First aid for sports injuries-a first responders office has been designated in the future indoor arena on the neighboring property, Other emergency services would be considered typical for any location. 6. Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards,if any: During field preparation clean topsoil or fill will be placed on the site, creating a barrier from the potential hazards from farming pesticides. NOISE 1. What types of noise exist in the area,which may affect your project(for example:traffic,equipment,operation,other)? There is noise from traffic on surrounding surface streets. The airport generates typical air traffic noise. 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 from construction would be from 7:00 a.m.to 4:00 p.m. Long term-park players and visitors are likely from 4:00 p.m.to 8:00 p.m.evenings and all day Saturday and Sunday,with some daytime activities in the summer months. PA systems will be used intermittently for game days and park announcements. The speakers will be placed to project into the park, away from surrounding properties. There is already an ambient noise level from street traffic passing the property as well as airport traffic. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control noise impacts,if any: Sozo hours of operation are consistent with the city's parks and will not adversely affect the surrounding areas. The PA systems will be projecting into the park and away from neighboring properties to minimize noise transmission. Revised 4/2019 DOC, Page I 12 INDEX 41 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) LAND AND SHORELINE USE 1. What is the current use of the site and adjacent properties?Will the proposal affect current land uses on nearby or adjacent properties?If so,describe. The property is currently vacant with some grass areas. Residential properties are north and west. The property to the south is vacant, and Sozo Sports is to the east. 2. Has the project site been used as working farmlands or working forest lands? If so,describe. How much agricultural or forest land of long-term commercial significance will be converted to other uses as a result of the proposal,if any?If resource lands have not been designated, how many acres in farmland or forest land tax status will be converted to nonfarm or nonforest use? The site was a working farm for alfalfa and cattle grazing and is no longer in production under the current ownership. 3. Will the proposal affect or be affected by surrounding working farm or forest land normal business operations, such as oversize equipment access,the application of pesticides,tilling,and harvesting? If so,how: There is no impact from working farms in the area 4. Describe any structures on the site. The only structure is a well house in the NE corner of the property 5. Will any structures be demolished?If so,what? Not applicable 6. What is the current zoning classification of the site? SR 7, What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? Commercial Mixed Use 8. If applicable,what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? Not applicable 9. Has any part of the site been classified as a critical area by the city or county?If so,specify. The site is in the 100 year floodplain. The wetlands study found there is no recent connectivity to any streams or ditches and the site failed to meet all three parameters to be considered wetlands. 10.Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? REC,�I� 53 FTE positions will be generated by the completed project `)V 3Mdz 11.Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? None-no residences on site fif: YAK"I. i 41 Revised 4/2019 DOC Page 113 INDEX L+- 42 —.................— B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) . LAND AND SHORELINE USE 12. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts,if any. None proposed 13. Proposed measures to ensure the proposal is compatible with existing and projected land uses and plans,if any: This project will be a benefit to the community by adding park space and play fields in the Yakima Valley. The Sozo park expansion includes additional multi-use grass fields on 60 acres. In an area encumbered by a floodplain soccer fields are a natural use for the terrain with open space for natural flooding. The neighborhood includes homes, vacant land, hop fields, and miscellaneous manufacturing. Adding 60 acres for parks is compatible with the existing uses. 14. Proposed measures to ensure the proposal is compatible with nearby agricultural and forest lands of long-term commercial significance,if any: Although in an agricultural area, there are not any adjacent farm fields that will affect the park. The north and west boundaries are residential. Across 36th Avenue is a hop field that is not incompatible with the park. I HOUSING 1. Approximately how many units would be provided,if any?Indicate whether high,middle,or low-income housing. None 2. Approximately how many units,if any,would be eliminated?Indicate whether high,middle,or low-income housing. None 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control housing impacts,if any: None AESTHETICS 1. What is the tallest height of any proposed structure(s), not including antennas; what is the principal exterior building material(s)proposed? Maintenance buildings or sports equipment storage will be utilitarian one story building no higher than 15'. The buildings will be either wood frame with wood siding or metal buildings with siding and colors similar to the existing Sozo buildings. 2. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? vril This area is flat and no views will be affected FiPpr,, Nov 'i;3 2020 CiTy oF 11. iiv ,AKipd,4 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts,if any: .-iAti /NG 13r,1 V, \ , This addition to the Sozo Sports Complex will have the same color theme as the original park. In addition to grass fields there will be a considerable amount of landscaping to provide shade trees and add interest to the site. The parking stalls exceed the number I, required for the project, and the lights and PA system will focus on the center of the fields to minimize any light or noise to the neighboring properties. % Revised 4/2019 Incge 1 14 INDEJ( # ....% 43 ` B. -MENTAL-- ��������0 � y�m �w��by the applicant) __' ........................ ' LIGHT AND GLARE -- 1, mt type*y light wr glare will the proposal produce?What time mK day would it mainly occur? Parking lot lighting will be automatic after dark, and stadium lights be added to select fields for night play. Stadium and parking lot lights will be shieJded and directed down onto the fields, minimizing the impact to the surrounding neighbors. We will work with engineers and vendors tn design the lighting system. 2. Could light or glare from the finished project be axm«oxy "'aird*r interfere with views? ' Lighting will be shielded to minimize glare and any safety hazards for aircraft overflight per the FAA guide|ines. The intent is for the lighting to not exceed the boundaries of the property since it will be focused inward on the fie|ds, not outward to the edges of the park orresidences. 3. What existing off-site sources o[light or glare may affect ymnrpropmoaK? mnno � ___' . 4. Proposed measures to reduce nrcontrol light and glare impacts,if any: The FAA guidelines will determine the level of light or glare in this area close to the airport. Lighting vendors have been asked to propose lighting that not only meets the FAA requirements, but also is sensitive to the neighboring residences. That would be for the placement of fixtures, as well as the type of lights. RECREATION ' l. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? ' Sozo Sports is a recreational and sports park. The new RCO park to be built in 2021 wiJ provide additional recreational opportunities. 2. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses?Df so,describe. No, this project adds to moreeUono|options for Yakima . ' 3. Proposed measures to reduce oroo�troKinupoctxwo recreation, including rmonomtino opportunities to be provided by the project or applicant,ifany: This project is a positive|noemne in park area in Yakima. It uUUs more sports fields making it easier for sports hsmi|ion to go to one facility instead of traveling to many places in order to play. In addition to the fields it is a significant increase in green space with play equipment and options for recreation and contributes to the city of Yakima Parks Department's long range plan to add parks of more than 20acres. . ........... HISTORIC AND CULTURAL PRESERVATION 1. Are there any buildings,structures,or sites, located on or near the site that are over 45 years old listed in or eligible for listing in national,state,or local preservation registers located on or near the site?If so,specifically describe. No historical structures nrbui�Uingun site ° 3 2020 P1 P. -.~,* DIV, &evioed4/20l9 ro�� \5 ���� ~�����" INDEX ��~ K v - 44 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) HISTORIC AND CULTURAL PRESERVATION 2. Are there any landmarks, features,or other evidence of Indian or historic use or occupation? This may include human burials or old cemeteries. Are there any material evidence,artifacts,or areas of cultural importance on or near the site? Please list any professional studies conducted at the site to identify such resources. The archeology review on the neighboring 58 acre parcel found no evidence of artifacts of historically significant use 3. Proposed measures to avoid, minimize,or compensate for loss,changes to,and disturbance to resources. Please include plans for the above and any permits that may be required. None proposed as the archeology report did not identify any findings TRANSPORTATION 1. Identify public streets and highways serving the site or affected geographic area and describe proposed access to the existing street system.Show on site plans,if any. Streets serving the site include Washington Avenue to 48th Avenue to Spring Creek Road to 36th Avenue from the north. Ahtanum Road to 38th Avenue are on the south. The main entrance to the site will be on 36th Avenue to the east. A secondary entrance from 38th and Sorenson will be added when Sorenson is extended. 2. Is the site or affected geographic area currently served by public transit? If so, generally describe. If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? Site is not currently served by transit, and the nearest bus stop is at 40th Avenue and Washington. 3. How many parking spaces would the completed project or non-project proposal have? How many would the project or _ proposal eliminate? 1,045 parking spaces are shown on the non-project proposal,which is 805 more than the required number for 20 spaces per sports field. No parking spaces are eliminated. 4. Will the proposal require any new or improvements to existing roads, streets, pedestrian bicycle or state transportation facilities,not including driveways? If so,generally describe(indicate whether public or private). Spring Creek Road Phase 1 construction is complete, with Phase 2 to being this winter. Ahtanum Road will be improved by the county within the next two years. 5. Will the project or proposal use(or occur in the immediate vicinity of)water, rail,or air transportation? If so,generally describe. The Yakima Regional Airport is north of this site 6. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project or proposal?If known,indicate when peak volumes would occur and what percentage of the volume would be trucks(such as commercial and non-passenger vehicles). What data or transportation models were used to make these estimates? Peak volumes between 4 and GO p.m.will generate passenger vehicle trips of 141 in and 73 out based on a traffic study with an additional 13 fields. In the non-project site plan attached we show 12 fields. Commercial and non-passenger vehicles are not expected in this 60 acre section of the park on a regular basis. D NOV ,3 7io Revised 4/2019 DOC. t3TY Of: ynkm, Page I 16 INDEX PlAhoplliktej -"'" 45 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS(To be completed by the applicant) TRANSPORTATION 7. Will the proposal interfere with, affect or be affected by the movement of agricultural and forest products on roads or streets in the area?If so,generally describe: : There will be no affect to this project no.? its/ r ij ,20SjT t# Pia + q '�Iy,(�� r 8. Proposed measures to reduce or control transportation impacts,if any: jft f Sozo Sports has identified neighboring properties that could serve as event parking lots with private or public transit available to transport visitors to the park. PUBLIC SERVICES 1. Would the project result in an increased need for public services (for example: fire protection, police protection, public transit,health care,schools,other)?If so,generally describe: There will not be an increased need for public services beyond what is currently available. Fire, police, and other public services are already being provided to the park. 2. Proposed measures to reduce or control direct impacts on public services,if any. Sozo Sports contracts with local providers for additional first aid support for events. UTILITIES 1. Check(1) utilities currently available at the site: ®electricity ❑natural gas ®water ® refuse service ®telephone ❑sanitary sewer®septic system ❑other ........ .................................... 2. Describe the utilities that are proposed for the project, the utility providing the service, and the general construction activities on the site or in the immediate vicinity which might be needed. Nob Hill Water and city of Yakima sewer are at the east property line, with Pacific Power and Yakima Waste serving neighboring parcels. All of these utilities will be extended as needed for the project, C. SIGNATURE(To be completed by the applicant.) The bove answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the lead agency is relying on them to mak its decision. . { clixr // Rro rty Owner or Agent Si nature Date Submitted Li Applith Name of Signee Position and Age cy/Orga ation PLEASE COMPLETE SECTION "D" ON THE NEXT PAGES IF THERE IS NO PROJECT RELATED TO THIS ENVIRONAMML REVIEW +W Revised 4/2019 INDEX Page 1 17 46 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER F Application F-1 Application for Rezone 11/03/2020 47 REc EliTo **AA, LAND USE APPLICATION A1011 k? 41,1 I 111111611. 110101116, CITY OF YAKIMA,DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT •u2,6 129 NORTH SECOND STREET,2ND FLOOR,YAKIMA,WA 98901 PLAWNrAK144 PHONE: (509)575-6183 EMAIL:ask.planningq,O h yakimawa.gov 12 OW INSTRI1CTIONS—PI XASE READ FIRST Please type or print your answers clearly. Answer all questions completely. If you have any questions about this form or the application process,please ask a Planner. Remember to bring all necessary attachments and the required filing fee when the application is submitted. The Planning Division cannot accept an application unless it is complete and the filing fee paid.Filing fees are not refundable. This application consists of four parts. PART I-GENERAL INFORMATION AND PART IV—CERTIFICATION are on this page. PART II and Ill contain additional information specific to your proposal and MUST be attached to this page to complete the application, PART I—GENERAL INFORMATION Name: Sozo Sports of Central Washington/Leanne Liddicoat I.Applicant's Mailing Address: 1909 W. Lincoln Ave., Ste 1 Information: City: Yakima St: WA iZip; 98902 Phone: ( 509 )833-8552 E-Mail: Leanne@3dyakima.com 2.Applicant's terestProper•ty: Check One: 0 Owner El Agent Purchaser Other In in Name: Cleat City LLC 3.Property Owner's Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10786 Information (If other than Applicant): City: Yakima St: WA Zipi 98909 "'Phone: ( 509 ) 452-7696 E-Mail: 4.Subject Property's Assessor's Parcel Number(s):see attached 5.Legal Description of Property.(if lengthy,please attach it on a separate document) see attached 6.Property Address: see attached 7.Property's Existing Zoning: ▪SR R-I O R-2 0 R-3 0 B-I 0 B-2 01113 0 SCC 0 LCC LI CBD El GC LI AS LI RD 0 M-1 El M-2 8.Type Of Application:(Check All That Apply) 1-1 Comprehensive Plan Text or Map Rezone 0 Environmental Checklist(SEPA Review) " Amendment Master Application O Transportation Concurrency 0 (select if submitting two or more 0 Other: applications under Title 15) PART II—SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION,PART III—REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS,&PART IV—NARRATIVE SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PART V—CERTIFICATION I certify that the i rmation on this application and the required attachments are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Property ner's Signature bate . ) I/ Appl' ant's Signature Date FILE/APPLICATION(S) Rz. CO '—'/270 ErA # — DATE FEE PAID: RECEIVED BY: AMOUNT PAID: 7 RECEIPT NO: I irD/C20 41(9195 Oi idO 1'1 bl() ,(2-g CA-60-00U5(.01 Revised 4/2019 DOC* Page I 3 INDEX # "‘ 48 Supplemental Application For: El 111‘10#4, Ar a s.vo,x REZONES YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 p Ianntng PART II-APPLICATION INFORMATION 1.EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: SR 0 R-1 0 R-2 0 R-3 0 B-1 0 B-2 D HB SCC D LCC CBD D GC D AS Li RD LI M-1 M-2 2.DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: 0 SR 0 R-1 El R-2 0 R-3 Li]B-1 0 B-2 0 HB 0 SCC 0 LCC LI CBD 71 GC 0 AS 0 RD 0 M-1 0 M-2 3.ZONING OF ADJOINING PROPERTY(check all that apply): IZI SR 0 R-1 EZ1 R-2 (0 R-3 0 B-1 El B-2 HB SCC D LCC LI CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 RD IZI M-1 0 M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: 0 Low Density Residential 0 Mixed Residential El Community Mixed-Use 1Z1 Commercial Mixed-Use LI CBD Commercial Core 01 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 5. PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Is there a proposed change to the Future Land Usc Map? If so what is the proposed future land use designation? Ej Low Density Residential D Mixed Residential 0 Community Mixed-Use 0 Commercial Mixed-Use LI CBD Commercial Core 0 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: 1=1 Transportation 71 Rights-Of-Way [Z]Police And Fire Protection 12:1 Parks And Trails WI Schools WI Water [ZI Sewer 0 Storm Drainage 1Z1 Electricity D Natural Gas 1ZI Telephone 0 Cable TV PART III-REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS 1. WRIFIEN NARRATIVE(see attached form) 2.ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST(attached) 3.TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY(may be required) 4 SITE PLAN OR CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN A site plan is required if a land use development is proposed.If no land use development is proposed,a non-binding conceptual site plan is required and shall show potential future use of the property per YMC § 15.23.030(B). 5 AUTHORIZATION: 1 hereby authoriz the submi al of this Rezone or Text Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. I 1/0216;; Propert ner Signature(required) Date Note: if o have any questions about this process, please contact us City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA or 509-575-6183 RECEIVED DOC. NOV 6 / 2020 INIDE)( CITY OF YAKIMA # I PLANNING DIV. Revised 4/2019 Page I 4 49 AWN a a W&W& &opplmmemtoI/kp p@oution For: °"°~=m R I° ������������4� CITY OF YAKIMA ,��k�D0�,�B� m��m����-�l�m��n NICIPAL CODE �0Vky�.�3 NOV � �� �8�� [ ��K8D �U� ��� (�TyK�� -- AKIMA PLANNING ' PART TV—NARRATIVE(SUBMIT ANSWERS ON SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER IF NEEDED) A. Bow is the sub cct property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? � The five parcels totaling 60 mcnao is for the future expansion of the Oozo Sports Complex. The master plan calls for additional grass he|Uo, parWng, plus accessory buildings hyrnentmnmo. oonoeaoiono, and storage. As the complex develops retail and ' service businesses will support spectators, vioknm, and participants. What ix the status of existing land use? ' The existing future land use designation is Commercial Mixed Use D. How iu the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? The rezone request is in oo'np|ionoo with tho204O Comprehensive Plan ' C. Are there adequate public facilities,such as traffic capacity,sewer services,potable water,stormwater drainage,schools,fire and police services,and other public services and infrastructure existing on and around the subject property? City uf Yakima sewer and Nob Hill Water are at the east boundary of this group of parcels, Oozn Sports un the neighboring property is currently served by Pacific Power, fire, police, and other public services in addition to sewer and water. Cleat City has provided a 40' right of way for the extension of 8ononoun Road to the west, and is to pay for half of this mad as the site develops. Ahoffiu study for the Oozo Sports complex found that existing streets support typical peak hour traffic with the planned Spring Creek and Ah<anum Rood improvements. Are the existing public facilities capable ufsupporting the most intensive use of the new(requested)zone?If not,what mitigating measures are going mbo implemented»n address any short falls in public services that may exist? The existing public services can support the GC designation for this property. Over time further mitigation will be addressed on a project by project basis through permitting applications. D. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? � The north and west residential neighborhoods are SR, with the south boundary R2and HJ. East inM1. Aoe sports park, 5ozo|n compatible with all cf the neighboring uses. The existing Land Use Designation is Commercial Mixed Use, so the GC zoning i's in � line with this designation. Wbm' mitigating mcuournu are planned to address incompatibility, such a, xiteyorenoing, buffering building design, open space traffic flow alteration,etu.7 Lots 8 and 9 on the north and west boundary will have a recorded 100' buffer from commercial buildings. Accessory uses such as raotmome, nonoeanionu, and storage that are for the support ofOoznoperations are allowed in this buffer zone. A 6'site screening fence has been built on the north property boundury, and will be added to the west boundary as pert of site screening ntandandC. i E. What ix the public need for the proposed change? The rezone change inin keeping with the existing land use designation cf Commercial Mixed Use. Sozo Sports ise total nf118 ! acres. Currently, 5O acres are M1 and DO acres are SR, Rezoning these 5 parcels(00 acres)hnGCwill match the current land � use designation. 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NPS, *#Rddd ease IGN, City of Yakima-Washington City of Yakima,Washington-2017 53 Attachment to Rezone Application Cleat City LLC Parcel Legal Description and Addresses Legal Description of Property 18133434401: Section 34 Township 13 Range 18 Quarter SE:SPM AF 7893928 Lot 5 18133433402: Section 34 Township 13 Range 18 Quarter SE: SPM AF 7893928 Lot 6 18133433401: Section 34 Township 13 Range 18 Quarter SE:SPM AF 7893928 Lot 7 18133433403: Section 34 Township 13 Range 18 Quarter SE:SPM AF 7893928 Lot 8 18133434402: Section 34 Township 13 Range 18 Quarter SE: SPM AF 7893928 Lot 9 Property Address 18133434401/Lot 5 4201 Sorenson Rd 18133433402/Lot 6 4501 Sorenson Rd 18133433401/Lot 7 4601 Sorenson Rd 18133433403/Lot 8 4701 Sorenson Rd 18133434402/Lot 9 4209 Sorenson Rd tsil, eliaviNG i s. 4 54 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER G Public Notices oorx,s' G-1 Determination of Complete Application 12/22/2020 G-2 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 01/08/2021 G-3 Notice of Application,Environmental Review,Public Hearing 01/08/2021 G-3a: Legal Ad G-3b: Press Release and Distribution Email G-3c: Parties and Agencies Notified G-3d: Affidavit of Mailing G-4 Notice of Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance 02/04/2021 G-4a: Parties and Agencies Notified G-4b: Affidavit of Mailing G-5 YPC Agenda Packet Distribution List 02/17/2021 G-6 YPC Agenda and Attendee Report 02/24/2021 G-7 Notice of YPC Recommendation 03/12/2021 See DOC Index#AA-1 for YPC Recommendation) G-7a: Parties and Agencies Notified G-7b: Affidavit of Mailing G-8 Letter of Transmittal to City Clerk: City Council Hearing 03/18/2021 (Mailin Labels, Site Plan,Vicinity Map,E-mail) G-9 City Council Public Hearing Notice 03/26/2021 55 FFI T L • .1113 rin 1 * o econ treet (1731 w Ya .s in ton *:* 1 CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF CLOSED RECORD PUBLIC HEARING Rezone of Property at 4209 Sorenson Rd NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Yakima City Council will conduct a Closed Record Public Hearing to consider the Planning Commission's recommendation on the application submitted by SOZO Sports Complex to rezone five parcels at 4209 Sorenson Rd from Suburban Residential (SR)to General Commercial (GC). Said closed record public hearing will be held Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. or soon thereafter, in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Closed Record Hearing means the public is invited to testify on the existing Hearing Examiner's records but will not be allowed to introduce any new information. Any citizen wishing to comment on this hearing is welcome to call in to the public hearing by signing up by 3 p.m. the day of the hearing (information provided on the agenda) or contacting the City Council in the following manner: 1) Send a letter via regular mail to "Yakima City Council, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. 98901"; or, 2) E-mail your comments to citvcouncil.,,vakirnawagov. Include in the e-mail subject line, "SOZO rezone." Please also include your name and mailing address. Dated & mailed this 26th day of March, 2021, Sonya Claar Tee, CMC City Clerk INDEX to 56 Ad Proof YAKIMA HERALD-REPUBLIC CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF CLOSED RECORD PUBLIC WE TELL YOUR STORIES YAKIMAHERALD.COM HEARING Rezone of Property at 4209 El Sol de Yakima NOTICE IS Rd E IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Yakima City Council -Ad Proof- will conduct a Closed Record Public Hearing to consider the Planning Commission's recommendation on the application submitted by This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the SOZO Sports Complex to rezone five parcels at dates indicated below. 4209 Sorenson Rd from Suburban Residential(SR) to General Commercial Please confirm placement prior to deadline, (GC).Said closed record public hearing will be held Tuesday,April 20,2021 at by contacting your 6:00 p.m.or soon thereafter, in the Council Chambers at City Hall,129 North 2nd account rep at (509) 577-7740. Street,Yakima,WA.Closed Record Hearing means the public is invited to testify on Date: 03/23/21 Run Dates: the existing Hearing Exam- Yakima Herald-Republic 03/26/21 iners records but will not be allowed to introduce any Account#: 110356 YakimaHerald.com 03/26/21 new information.Any citizen Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA CITY CLERK wishing to comment on this hearing is welcome to call in to the public hearing by Contact: SONYA CI,AAR signing up by 3 p.m.the day of the hearing(information provided on the agenda)or Address: 129 N 2ND STREET contacting the City Council YAKIMA,WA 98901-2720 in the following manner:1) Send a letter via regular mail to"Yakima City Council,129 Telephone: (509)575-6037 N.2nd Street,Yakima,WA. Fax: (509) 123-4567 98901";or,2)E-mail your comments to citycouncil yakimawa.gov.Include in the e-mail subject line,"SOZO rezone."Please also include Ad ID: 973526 your name and mailing address.Dated this 26th day of March,2021.Sonya Claar Start: 03/26/21 Tee,City Clerk Stop: 03/26/21 (973526)March 26,2021 Total Cost: $98.55 #of Inserts: 2 Lines: 54.0 Ad Class: 6021 Ad Class Name: Public Legal Notices Account Rep: Simon Sizer Phone# (509)577-7740 Email: ssizer@YAKIMAHERALD.COM DOC. INDEX 57 CITY OF YAKIMA,PLANNING DIVISION LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL I, Rosalinda Ibarra, as an employee of the City of Yakima, Planning Division, have transmitted to: Sonya Clear Tee, City Clerk,by hand delivery, the following documents: 1. Mailing labels for Sow Sports of Central ashin. on( #003-20 SEPA#020-20) 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 18eh day of March,2021. Ros tinda Ibarra Community Development Administrative Assistant Received By: Date: i • • • , 58 Parties of Record—Sozo Sports of Central WA —RZ#003-20, SEPA#020-20 User Name (Original Name) Email Diana and James Rhodes 1923 S.4.61th Ave Diana Rhodes drhodes@pnwu.edu Yakima, WA 98903 Casey Poor kc.poor@hotmail.com James Rhodes jrhodes@pnwu.edu Yakima County Surface Water Tracy Sawyer tracysawyer509@gmail.com do Troy Havens " Troy Havens troy.havens@co.yakima.wa.us 128 N 2 Street Yakima, WA 98901 In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 03/18/2021 Name Division E-mail Address Silvia Corona ' Clerk's Office Silvia.Coronaglvakitnawa.gov Lisa Maxey Code Administration Lisa,lvfaxev©yakimawLgov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Deninan@vakimawa.gov John Zabell Code Administration John2abell@yakitnawa.gov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelli.Horm@vakintawitgov Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda.RossignolAyak imawa.gov Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro,Contreras@ya k imawa.gov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.Debusschere yak imawa.gov Tony Doan Code Administration Ton Mom a akimawa. ov Joan Davenport Community Development Joau.Davenport/1tvakiinawa.gov Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Rosalindaibarraayakimawa,gov Bill Preston Engineering B ill.preston@yakirriawa.gov Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Bob,DesgrosellierOyakimawa.gOV Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.Riddlegvakimawa.gov David Della Engineering DavidDella@yakimawa.gov Aaron Markham Fire Aarommarkltain@vakirnavva.gov . , Jeremy Rodriguez Fire Jerem .Rodri uez •akimawa. ov Sara Watkins ' L• egal Sara.Watkinsakiinawa.gov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie.Matthews@vakimawa.gov Joseph Calhoun ' P• lanning Joseph.Calhoun vakimawa.gciv Analilia Nunez P• lanning AnalilinfiunezAyakiinawkgov . Matt Murray Police Maithew.intirray@yakimawa.gov z • Scott Schafer Public Works ScottSchafer@vakimawa,gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Lorettalammarchi akimawL ov Randy Layman Refuse Rancly.Lavman@vakimawa.gov _ Gregory Story Transit Gre,o .Sto r akimawa. ov James Dean Utilities James.Dean@ya k imawa.gov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana.Kallevia@yak imawa,gov Randy Meloy Wastewater Randy.Melovgvakimawa.gov Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David.BrownAyakirnawaAov Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mike.Shane@vakimawa.gov Outside Distribution Name Address Included In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn:Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima,WA 98901 D Yes 91(No (Subdivision notices ONLY) Type of Notice: e.A) , htliktiVI) File Num er: . Ci) --71) i S 20--20 DOC. 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— Engineering Division Bob Desgme|||er'Senior Engineer Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office vf Indian Affairs 1Z9w2ndStreet 2I0Vvv.Washington Ave PO Box 4O9U9 Yakima,vvA989O1 Yakima,VVA989O3 Olympia,vvA9850^ hoh.desmrose|iergvaWmawu'no" Nob Hill Water Association Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Pacific Power Bob Irving,Engineering Technician Marty Miller Mike Paulson 61llTietonDrive z4005ummitview Ave,5te#zO3 Yakima,vvA989O8 Yakima,vvA989O2 5OO North Keys Rd Yakima vvx989O1 bnb2nobhV!*a,er.orx mla,tvmz<@o�h.org ' Parks&Recreation Commission Jessica Logan mn�hYakima ConsemationDistrict Yakima Valley Tm||eys Manager Paul Edmondson po Box«zosu Olympia,wA985O4 1*us Perry Stnee ' �� /ue c sza North s,dStreet vahima'vvA989OZ Yakima vvA989O1 )p��|co]omon0oparks.���ov ' Yakima Valley Trolleys United States Postal Service Do(:. us Army Corps ofEngineers Seattle District,Regulatory Branch p0 Box 7y6 Maintenance Department INDEXP.O. oxa7ss Yakima,vvAyuyo7 znsvvvvashin�nnAve � 'in[u@»vakimmva||evtrm||evsu,g Yakima,vvA*ueos �� Seattle,vvAyuzz4's7ss --� dowd ,e Pus ace arm v.m0 ' oo WA State Dept mHealth,Office m Drinking Water Wastewater Division WA State Attorney Genera ysOffice Jomieonm/pe Marc Cawley and Dana xa||evig 1oznzcmm000«ve s�wzam azz0sa�Viola Ave z«33��kesideCuu,t3��zOz Spvwnevooexww'yz1s Yakima vvA989O1 Yakima,vv�9D9O2 ' ' »E,*.rew**teamPuvh+wo.Rn marc.caw|evPvaWmawa,Ruv Jam/e.naruine4Wdoh.*n4o» dana.ku||ev|u(awakimmawu`uvv - 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West Valley School District vvSooT Angela Von Essen,Asst.Supt.of Business& Mike Brophy,Superintendent Paul snnseth'Planning Engineer Finance 8sozz|e,Road z8u9nvdkinRoad usuzzie,Road Yakima,vvxyu908'*zyy Union Gap, Asu*u3 Yakima,vvA98you'ya99 bmnh�m(�^�vsdxoo.vru 'vv N� DoOsetnP«vsdot.Au" vune,spna(aw"sd208u*u N� - vvSoOT,Aviation Division Yakoma Bureau of Indian Affairs wSoOT Max p|atts,Aviation Planner Rocco Clark,Environmental Coordinator South Central Region|Planning Office 77Oz Terminal St SW p.O.Box V3u 5Cv|anninw@»wsdmt.wa.nov Tumwater,vvA985O1 Toppenish,vvA98948 p|austyawsdon.wa.wo* nacco.dark<gb|a'gay - vnxomo Nation Environmental wmmtProgram Yakama'K|ickhat Fisheries Project Yakima Air Terminal Elizabeth Sancxex Environmental Review John Marvin Robert Peterson,Airport xastManager ommmam, p.o.Box z51 758 Pence Road Z40O West vva�hin�onAve mppen/s»'wAeoo*u Yakima,vvx989O9 Yakima,vvA989V3 e,ancxcvpv^w,ma.mm ma/iP»vakamaMsh'nm'nnv rohert.pele,son(Wvakimawm.«n* Yakima County Building Department Yakima County Health District Harold Maclean ww ' Ryan Director of Environmental Health 1u8 North a"n Street,4mFloor Yakima County Commissioners 1Z1U4htanum Ridge or3te#zVO YaNma'VvA989O1 Comm��ionea��b��o.vnWm�.mm.�� Union Go�vvA9O9O3 vhd@Dco�okbna�aAus HaroId .Maclean@co.vakima.wa.us v� ma.we.us � rVan.ihach@cc.yaWma^"a.us Yakima County Flood Control District Yakima County Planning Yakima County Public Services Troy Havens&Dianna Woods Tommy Carroll&]asnnEo,|es 128No�hZ"^5teet'4'^Floor 1Z8mu�h2nd!�/eet,4thFloor Li�oFreund'Pub|i�5emice�Directu/ zzo North zndStreet /mhp|oo, Yakima,VVA989Oz Yakima,vvA98901 ' Yak|ma A989O1 Tmv.*aven�(mcovakima'^m.us Thon`os.cano|���co.vaWma.wa'us 'VV ||sa�re�nd0ocnvaWma�a us Diann a.VVoodv(�co.wakima.wa vs Josoo.Eades��cu.vaklma^wa.us ' ^ ' ' Yakima GeenwayFoundation Yakama Indian Nation Yakoma Indian Nation xe||ie[oonaughton'Executive Director Johnson meninick,Cultural Resources Ruth Jim Yakima Tribal[ound| 111South 18thSteet Program ' p.o.Box zsz Yakima,vVA9D9O1 p.O.Box zs1 Tnppen|sh VVA98948 ke|Ue8avvWmamrecnway.o[u Tnppeniyh'VV498948Yakama|ndian ' Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Yakima School oi�rict � Yakima School m|�nct *amnTaha�Comp|ianxe'sn�inee,in�& Planning Division Supervisor Trevor Greene,Superintendent Stacey Locke,Asst.Supt.ofOperations zoa Iron Horse ct#zuz zO4 North 4thAve zO4w**Ave Yakima VVA989OZ YaWma vv«989OZ Yak|m^'vvA989Oz ^ ' �oeene�e,n[��va�ma�chao|�o,� �ocke^�tacev@vsd�a� haen(ov/coa.ors � _ Yakima School District Jay Bavoon\Asst.Director ofMaintenance vakimaqlemn Irrigation District Yakima Valley Canal Co &Operatinns Sandra Hull Robert Smoot zO4N4/^Ave *7O Camp 4nd 184OGarretonLane Yakima,vvA989O2 | Yakima,vvA989O8 Yakima,vvA989O8 bovcpmlav(@,y Kmashqu|ou,a Yakima Valley Conference ofGovernments Yakima Valley Museum Yakima Waste Systems Peter Arnold, xecu�ivecv,e�o, 4/nnmeimc�5en|o,p|anne, ' �����^ Keith Kova|enko'oi�nct/wanaQer a1zwo�h/mhstreet 3�e#uuu z1nsT|�nnonve w����� po Box zuun ' Yakima 'vvxguenz $���� vakima'vv�yueoz mu� vvA9u9o7 ne�e,<avumu�ev�'or� ' L*nn.oeitn,hu)*"con.o/' �� �m b��Dwasteconmechono.cpm ""'^-� 63 Ahtanum Irrigation District Cascade Natural Gas Century Link Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant 8113 W Grandridge Blvd Manager 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 Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs NEPA Review Unit 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 PO Box 796 Maintenance Deptartment 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 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 Updated 12/02/2020 Type of Notice: raileziAndcA,1 h1aJMc File Number................r ., VVV SPA 2/ Date of mg: 1.4/20 24 IND I ZONE SR CITE SCREENING STA NDA 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S1? 1.�.QCAT11 N KEY C. 1 .0 * .... .:. 0 a , on VICINITY MAP CITY OF YAKIMA File Number: RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-2 Planning Project Name: SOZO SPORTS O8rCENTRAL WA Site Address: 4209 SOREN8ONRD KI OVA .......... 13 ac 11V ilk M L W fi�� J,� his LM Proposal: Proposal to rezone five parcels totaling approximately 60 acres from Suburban Residential (SR)to General Commercial (GC)for the future expansion ofthe S000 Sports Complex. Contact the City u[Yakima Planning Division ou(j0V)575'6l83 Map Disclaimer: Information shown on this nnap is for planning and illustration purposes only.The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors,omissions,or inaccuracies in the information provided or for any action taken, or action not taken hy the user io reliance vuoo any maps orinformation provided herein Date Created: 11/9/2020 WC" 8N��k��� .,��,°��m 6 6 Ibarra,Rosalinda From: Ibarra,Rosalinda Sent: Thursday,March 18,2021 2:19 PM To: Claar Tee,Sonya Cc: Ibarra,Rosalinda;Nunez,Analilia Subject: Mailing for 4/20 City Council Hearing-Sozo Sports of Central Washington Attachments: In-House Distribution E-mail List updated 03.18.2021;SEPA Agencies E-mail Distribution List_updated 12.02.20;Local Media List_ 12.02.20;YPC Members Only_updated 01.05.2021 Good afternoon Sonya—please include the attached distribution groups in your public hearing notice e-mail and the following parties: drhodes@pnwundu kopoor@ncemaitcom irheriestannwleedu tracvsawyer509 * ornailicere troyihavens coiyakimaiwo.us Mailing labels will be delivered shortly. Thank you! Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Administrative Assistant City of Yakima) Planning Division. 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima WA 98901 p: (509)575-6183 0 f: (509)575-6105 0:0 o cy TAWA K P nnin LY This email is a public record of the City of Yakima and is subject to public disclosure unless exempt under the Washington Public Records Act. This email is subject to the State Retention Schedule. **".. . • 1 67 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: RZ#003-20 SOZO Sports of Central WA c/o Leanne Liddicoat 4209 Sorenson Rd. I, Analilia Nrifiez, 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 12th day of March,2021. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. fld Analilia Nunez Planning Technician & - it 68 18133433401 18133432049 18120322008 CLEAT CITY LLC TAMARACK HOLDINGS LLC VALLEY QUALITY HOMES OF SPOKANE LLC 7200 CHESTERLY DR STE 140 1414 N 18TH ST 1830 S 1ST ST YAKIMA, WA 98902 BOISE, ID 83702 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133344416 18133344429 18133432012 CASEY R& LACY A POOR DANIEL C III &JOY L HAUGHTON DENNIS C&CHRISTINE E REID 5151 LYONS LOOP 2017 S 52ND AVE GRANSTRAND YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 2011 S 47TH AVE YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133431422 18133344426 DONALD J & MARILYN L SPENCE 18133432413 FILEMON GUZMAN &FLOR DE MARIA 4303 COOLIDGE RD EDWARD A&SUZANNE M GIAUDRONE VELAZQUEZ 1921 S 44TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 2211 S 52ND AVE YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133431015 18133432053 18133432414 FRANK B LAMB FRED J & HELEN HYATT JACK L&CAROLYN CAMERON 2006 S 41ST AVE 2008 S 47TH AVE 1919 S 44TH AVE YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133432412 18133341419 18133432411 JAMES A& DIANA RHODES JASON T& NICOLE D MILLS JEFFREY S & KARRI L FREISZ 1923 S 44TH AVE 5139 LYONS LOOP 1916 S 44TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133344418 18133344430 18133431423 JOSEPH G &JACKIE M PAYNE JUVENTINO D& MARIA GUADALUPE KAREN S HYATT 5159 LYONS LOOP CARDENAS 4301 COOLIDGE PL YAKIMA,WA 98903 PO BOX 697 YAKIMA,WA 98903 MOXEE,WA 98936 18133431417 18133344008 18133431419 KENNETH M & REBECCA L ROBINSON KERRY&GINA MARTIN MARIE T THOMAS 1913 S 44TH AVE 10405 ORCHARD AVE 4305 COOLIDGE PL UNION GAP, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133432015 18133432016 18133341432 MARK W& MIDORI GIBSON MARY F& ISMAEL V OCHOA MERRITT W JOHNSON 2007 S 47TH AVE 2009 S 47TH AVE 5145 LYONS LOOP YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133432048 18133431420 18133431416 MICHAEL E &JILL C WALLACE OMAR C&JESSICA E SANTOY RICHARD T KAISER 2010 S 47TH AVE 1911 S 44TH AVE 915 S 44TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98908 18133431418 18133431014 18133432415 ROBERT BUTLER ROGER L&JANICE M ERICKSON SHELDON B & KATHLEEN S LOWE 4307 COOLIDGE PL 2004 S 41ST AVE 1917 S 44TH AV . 14/X Lip YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 9. •6: INDEX 6 9 Digital Design & Development Cleat City LLC Attn: Leanne Liddicoat 1909 W Lincoln Ave#1 PO Box 10786 • Yakima, WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98909 I ( • ) 04,•, • it. 70 In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 12/29/20 Name Division E-mail Address Silvia Corona Clerk's Office Silvia.Corona@vakimawa.gov Lisa Maxey Code Administration Lisa:IvInxe a akimawa. ov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn,Denman@yakimawa.gov John Zabell Code Administration John.Zabellgyakiinavva.gov Kelli Horton Code Administration KdHortontiyakimawagov Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda.RossignolQyakimawa.gov Pedro Contreras Code Administration PedroConLreras@vakimawaov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne,Debusscher vakimawa.gov Tony Doan Code Administration Tony.Doan@vakimawa.gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Davenport@yakimawa.gov Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development RosalindaIbarraAyakiniawa.gov Bill Preston Engineering 13ilkpresrongyakimawagov Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Bob.Des rosellie akimawa. ov Dan Riddle Engineering Danitiddle?vakimawa,gov David Della Engineering DavicIDellagyakimawa.nov Aaron Markham Fire Aaron.markham@yakimawaAov Jeremy Rodriguez Fire Jerern ,Rodri ue akimawa, ov Jeff Cutter Legal Jeff.Cutterayakimawa.gov Sara Watkins Legal Sata,Watkins@vakimawa,gov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie,Marthews akimawa. ov Joseph Calhoun Planning Joseph.Calhoungvakimawa.gov Analilia Nunez Planning Anaillia.nunezgvakimawa.gov Matt Murray Police Mattliewunurray@yakimawa,uov Scott Schafer Public Works Seotr,Schafer(4Yakimawa-gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Loretta.ZammarchiPyakiniawa.gov Randy Layman Refuse Randy.Layman@yakimawa.g,ov Gregory Story Transit Gre o .Sto akimawa. ov James Dean Utilities James.Dean@yakimawa,gov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dan a.Kal leviggyakimawa.gov Randy Meloy Wastewater Randy.Meloy@yakimawa.uov Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David.Brown@yakirnawa.gov Mike Shane Water/Irrigation Mikg,Shane@yakimawa.gov Outside Distribution Name Address Included In Mailin ? Pacific Power Attn: Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd, Yakima, WA 98901 1:1 Yes Sit No (Subdivision notices ONLY) Type of Notice: NI% (A_ Y G Ard cowl ro-i vA61,11.0'‘i File Number(s): 6.3._ * 005 2.0 C4 Date of Mailing: DOC. 71 Nunez Analine From: Nunez, Analilia Sent: Friday, March 12, 2021 3:45 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, KeIli; 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; Zabel!, John;Zammarchi, Loretta Cc: Martin, Trevor Subject: NOTICE OF YPC RECOMMENDATION - SOZO SPORTS OF CENTRAL WA - RZ#003-20 Attachments: NOTICE OF YPC RECOMMENDATION - SOZO SPORTS OF CENTRAL WA - RZ# 003-20.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 Trevor Martin at trevor,martin •,yaleirnawagov. AnaIllia Nunez Planning Technician City of Yakima Planning Division • J p: 509.575.6261 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington,98901 DO 72 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division CITY OF YAKIMA • • Joseph Calhoun,Manager 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.p1anning@yakimawa.gov www.yakimawa.govlservices/planning NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATION TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL DATE: March 12, 2021 TO: Applicant, Adjoining Property Owners& Parties of Record SUBJECT: Notice of the Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation to the Yakima City Council FILE #(S): RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 APPLICANT: Sozo Sports of Central WA c/o Leanne Liddicoat PROJECT LOCATION: 4209 Sorenson Rd. On March 9, 2021, the City of Yakima Planning Commission rendered their written recommendation on RZ#003-20, a proposal to rezone five parcels totaling approximately 60 acresthe Sozo from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC) for the future expansion of Sports Complex. The application was reviewed at a virtual open record public hearing on February 24, 2021. 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 scheduled on April 20, 2021. For further information or assistance you may contact Associate Planner Trevor Martin at (509) 576-6162 or email to: trevormartiriPyakimawa ov. g • Trevor Martin Associate Planner Date of Mailing: March 12,2021 Enclosures: Planning Commission's Recommendation TOW/1/0 /V 2015 . 1194 Yakima Planning Commission Meeting/Hearing nn February 24, 2021 Panelist Details Attended User Name (Original Name) Email Join Time Leave Time Yes Al Rose aar704U@0mai|.com 2/24/202114:58 2/24/202116:19 Yes Mike Brown K4ichae|.broxvn@yakimavxa.gnx 2/34/202114:57 2/24/20I116:19 Yes Joseph Calhoun ]oseph.cu|houn@yakimaxva.Bov 2/24/202114:57 2/24/202116:19 Yes Lisa Wallace |isakvva||oce@hotmai|.com 2/24/2021 1S:00 2/I4/203116:19 Yes Leanne Liddicoat(3DDesign) |eanne@3dyakima.com 2/24/202114:58 2/I4/202116:19 Yes ]acobLiddicoat jake@3dyahima.com 2/24/303114:58 2/24/202116:19 Yes Phi|ipOstriem Phi|ipnythem@0maiicom 2/24/202115:32 2/24/202115:43 Yes Phi|ipOs1riem Phi|iposthem@0maiicom 3/24/202115:45 2/24/202116:18 Yes LeanneHughes'Micke| |eanne.miche|@me.com 2/24/202114:58 2/24/202115:01 Yes LeanneHughes'Knicke| |eanne.micke|@me.com 3/24/202114:58 2/24/202115:01 Yes LeanneHu0hes'Micke/ |eanne.micke|@yme.com 2/24/202115:01 2/24/202116:19 Yes Trevor Martin Trevor.mnartin@yakimam/u.Qov 2/24/302114:57 2/24/302116:19 Attendee Details Attended User Name (Original Name) First Name Last Name Email Yes Diana Rhodes Diana Rhodes drhodes0ppnxvu.edu Yes Casey Poor Casey Poor kc.poor@hotmai|zom Yes James Rhodes James Rhodes ]rhodes@pnvvu.edu Yes Tracy Sawyer Tracy Sawyer tracysavvyerSOQ@gmai|.conm Yes Troy Havens Troy Havens troy.havens@co.yakima.xva.us Other Attended User Name Join Time Leave Time Time in Session (minutes) [ountry/RegionName [o||'|n User_1 2/24/2021 14:5O 2/24/2021 1S:O1 3 United States nfAmerica Leanne Hughes-Mickel 2/24/202115:01 2/24/202116:19 78 United States nfAmerica , � . 74 411111ri* DEPP, rMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELG,. 1ENT Aril/111 !MN Joan Davenport, AICP, Director CITYm o n"Yli i kAnKWImgA Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission ZOOM VIRTUAL MEETING Wednesday, February 24, 2021 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. YPC MEMBERS: Chair Jacob Liddicoat,Vice-Chair Lisa Wallace,Leanne Hughes-Mickel,Al Rose,Robert McCormick, Philip Ostriem,and Mary Place 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), Analilia Nunez (Planning Technician) AGENDA I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Staff Announcements IV. Approval of Meeting Minutes of January 27,2021 V. Public Hearing- SOZO Sports of Central WA Applicant: SOZO Sports of Central WA cf o Leanne Liddicoat File Numbers: RZ#003-20&SEPA#020-20 Site Address: 4209 Sorenson Rd Request Proposal to rezone five parcels totaling approximately 60 acres from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC) for the future expansion of the Sozo Sports Complex. VI. Other Business VII. Adjourn Next Meeting: March 10,2021 To listen/watch this virtual meeting,please register with your name and email address here: https://ci o akirna.zoorn.0 wet re iste dKG ifuxi'Ye*cwV rYBqg 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. Yakima DOC a INDEX 2015 1994 75 YPC Staff Report & Packet Distribution List "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 YPC PACKET: Jake Liddicoat Leanne Hughes-Mick& Al Rose iake@3dvakirnLcarn leanne rncke i me corn Silvrfx40Pbmi.net aar7040@gmail.com Rob McCormick Philip Ostriem Mary Place rob@mccormickaircentercorn Philipostriern@gmaiLcorn placernf charter net Lisa Wallace lisakwallace@hotmail.com (APPLICANT/SURVEYOR) (OWNER) SOZO Sports of Central WA Cleat City LLC c/o Leanne Liddicoat PO Box 10786 1909 W. Lincoln Ave.#1 Yakima, WA 98909 Yakima, WA 98902 LEANNE 3DYAKINNEECOM • 1 X Date Distributed: 76 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF' VASE IINGTON CITY OF YAK MA RE: SEPA#020-20 SOZO - Cleat City 4209 Sorenson Rd. I, Analilia Nutiez, as an employee of the Yakima City Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a (Ake of itigated Determination of Non-Significance (MDNS); a true d correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant and all property owners of record vvithin a radius of 300 feet of subject property, listed SEPA agencies and all parties of record, that said property owners are iridividually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were hulled hy me On the 4th day of February, 2021. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Ana ilia Ntlfiez Planning Technician ' tor 181 3434403 18133433401 18133433402 CITY • AKIM, CLEAT CITY LLC CLEA Ty LLC 129 N 2ND -. 7200 CHESTERLY DR STE 140 7200 CHE LY DR STE 140 YAKI a ', WA 9:•.1 YAKIMA,WA 98902 � ' WA 9 2 1813 3403 ,, 181334 01 ................ ... 181 34402 _ CLEAT CIT C CLEAT CITY L CLEAT CI 7200 CHESTE R STE 140 7200 C ERLY STE 140 7200 TE DR STE 140 YAKIMA 98902 YA A,WA 98902 MA,WA 9890 18133432049 18120322008 181 411002 TAMARACK HOLDINGS LLC VALLEY QUALITY HOMES OF SPOKANE LLC VALLEY LITY ES OF SPOKANE LLC 1414 N 18TH ST 1830 S 1ST ST 1830 S 1 BOISE, ID 83702 YAKIMA, WA 98903 Y A,WA 98903 8120412001 18133344416 18133344429 V Y QUALITY H ES OF SPOKANE LLC CASEY R& LACY A POOR DANIEL C III &JOY L HAUGHTON 1830 5 5151 LYONS LOOP 2017 S 52ND AVE YAKIM , A 03 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 18133432012 18133431422 DENNIS C&CHRISTINE E REID DONALD J & MARILYN L SPENCE 18133432413 GRANSTRAND 4303 COOLIDGE RD EDWARD A&SUZANNE M GIAUDRONE 2011 S 47TH AVE 1921 S 44TH AVE YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133344426 18133431015 18133432053 FILEMON GUZMAN & FLOR DE MARIA FRANK B LAMB FRED J & HELEN HYATT VELAZQUEZ 2006 S 41ST AVE 2008 S 47TH AVE 2211 S 52ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133432414 18133432412 18133341419 JACK L&CAROLYN CAMERON JAMES A& DIANA RHODES JASON T& NICOLE D MILLS 1919 S 44TH AVE 1923 S 44TH AVE 5139 LYONS LOOP YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133432411 18133344418 18133344430 JEFFREY S & KARRI L FREISZ JOSEPH G &JACKIE M PAYNE JUVENTINO D& MARIA GUADALUPE 1916 S 44TH AVE 5159 LYONS LOOP CARDENAS YAKIMA, WA 98903 . YAKIMA, WA 98903 PO BOX 697 MOXEE,WA 98936 18133431423 18133431417 18133344008 KAREN S HYATT KENNETH M & REBECCA L ROBINSON KERRY&GINA MARTIN 4301 COOLIDGE PL 1913 S 44TH AVE 10405 ORCHARD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 UNION GAP,WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98908 18133431419 18133432015 18133432016 MARIE T THOMAS MARK W & MIDORI GIBSON MARY F& ISMAEL V OCHOA 4305 COOLIDGE PL 2007 S 47TH AVE 2009 S 47TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 DOC. 18133341432 18133432048 18133431420 MERRITT W JOHNSON MICHAEL E &JILL C WALLACE OMAR C&JESSICA E SANTOY 5145 LYONS LOOP 2010 S 47TH AVE 1911 S 44TH AVE YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 ........ ................... 18133431416 18133431418 18133431014 RICHARD T KAISER ROBERT BUTLER ROGER L&JANICE M ERICKSON 915 S 44TH AVE 4307 COOLIDGE PL 2004 S 41ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133432415 SHELDON B & KATHLEEN S LOWE 37 Digital Design&Development 1917 S 44TH AVE Total Parcels-Sozo Sports of Central Attn: Leanne Liddicoat YAKIMA, WA 98903 WA- RZ#003-20&SEPA#020-20 1909 W Lincoln Ave#1 Yakima,WA 98902 Cleat City LLC NQ w D N S PO Box 10786 vAr 19 I Zr] Yakima,WA 98909 OZO-2,0 D C. INDEX 79 Ahtanum Irrigation District Century Link Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Cascade Natural Gas 10705-B Gilbert Road 8113 W Grandridge Blvd Manager Yakima,WA 98903-9203 Kennewick,WA 99336 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 Yakima,WA 98902 bethbPahtanum.net City of Union Gap Charter Communications Chamber of CommerceDennis Henne, Development Director Manager P.O.Box 3008 10 North 9th Street 1005 North 16th Ave Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Union Gap,WA 98903 chamberCii:Iyakinta.org Dennis.henne@uniongapwa.gov 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 SepaCdahp.wa,aov Olympia,WA 98504-3172 kmclainPagr,wa,goy 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 Union Gap,WA 98903 Eric.Bartrand( dfw,wa.gov separegister(ecy,wagov se aunit eC .wd. OV I©r{.whlteCleCv.wa. ©v crow acoord#natar ec ,wa. ©v Scott. ownesPdfw,waxgov 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 SEPAdeskPdfw.wa.Rov- Keliv,coopergtfoh,wa.gov sepacenter(adnr,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 Rvbert, ubentital@dshs.wa•�tpv sposner(iputc,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.desgrosseller@vaklmawa,Rov 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 500 North Keys Rd Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 bob@nobhillwater.org Martym2@orfh.org Parks&Recreation Commission North Yakima Conservation District Yakima Valley Trolleys �+ Jessica Logan Manager Paul Edmondson DO PO Box 42650 1606 Perry Street,Ste.C 313 North 3rd Street INDEX Olympia,WA 98504 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 f�� A lessica.lagan@parks.wa.gov -9 0% Yakima Valley Trolleys United States Postal Service US Army Corps of Engineers PO Box 796 Maintenance Department Seattle District, Regulatory Branch Yakima,WA 98907 205 W Washington Ave P.O.Box 3755 info_avakimavallevtrolleys.org Yakima,WA 98903 Seattle,WA 98124-3755 davici .moore usace,arm .mil ` ao WA State Dept of Health,Office m Drinking Water Wastewater Division WA State Attorney General's Office /am/esam/v« Marc Cawley and Dana xaUevig 1«s3 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 zaz»zs Indiana Ave,Steu1s«o 2Zzo East Viola Ave vakima'vv4e89Oz Spokane»»n«v'mm»yzz« Yakima,««A»89»1 murc.ca*devhnvammawa.Rov Jamhe.Anrdine(@dohma.guv dona.ka|lev|x@»yaWmavm.Bgv West Valley School District West Valley School District Angela Von Essen,Asst.Supt.ofoumo Business Mike Brophy,Superintendent Wso(T Finance oyuuoe/Road Paul son,em'Planning Engineer osoazie,Road vak|ma,vvxyoeon'yzyy zuoenvukinRoad Yakima,««A*uyuu'ezye brophvmPwvod208.orx Union Gap,«««yo*os «pnes^enaPwvsdxnu.mqu «onsotnx»wodvt,'gov vvsouT'Aviation Division vakama Bureau of Indian Affairs vvsoVT Max p|ntt,'Aviation Planner Rocco Clark,Environmental Coordinator South Central neQinn|Planning Office rroa Terminal stsvv p.o.Box*aa scn|annmgRwsdotwa.nov Tumwater'vvAsaso1 Toppeni,h'vvAyue4u v|aumt@wsdot.wa.Km, nqoo.dark@bia.nn, vakoma Nation Environmental MumtProgram vakama-x|ickitat Fisheries Project Yakima Air Terminal Elizabeth Sancxox Environmental Review Coordinator John Marvin Robert Peterson,Airport o 4txxanaue, po.Box 1sz 7ao Pence Road z4nu West Washington Ave rup»en/m'vv«yny*n Yakima,vv»yoyoy Yakima,vvA*aeua ma/|(avakamaM,h~nm.xo" robe rt.Pete,sonPvaumawa.mvv Yakima County Building Department Yakima County Health District Harold Maclean Ryan/ooch'Director or Environmental Health zzu North z"«Street,4`^Floor Yakima County Commissioners zzzoAhtonvm Ridge m/stewzoo Yakima,vvxyoyo1 Cqmm|oipnen.°eb<mco.vakima.wa.v^ Union Gap,vv«eusou Haro|dNac|panPco.vaNma.wa.us yhd@c«vaWmo'waus rvnn.xuach<cDco.vak/ma.wa.us Yakima County Flood Control District Yakima County Planning Troy Havens 0mannaWoods Tommy Carroll&Jason s«r|e, Yamm"coun�vp"b|icsemice, zax North z"«areet'4`^Floor 1zawo�hznd Street,4thFloor u,apneund.pvb||csewice,mi,ec�o/ o,1zumthznds�,ee� 4thp|vo, Yakima,vvAyoeu1 Yakima'vv«yayoz ' vvkima vvAsoeoz Trov.*avenso�co.ekhnx.wa.vs Thonws ,pn(@�.ca, u,yawma.wa-vs ' Dianna.Wood sJ»co-°ak|ma'~au, /a,sqn.ca,|esVuco.vaWma.Wa^vs §sa'freu"d,@cn.vaWma.wa.u§ 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y Yakima vaUevConference ofsovem �men yakima«aUev»«"'eum 'aWmavva,�esv�em, �� Peter Arnold, Executive Director Lfnnoeim � � Se»|»rp|an»er z1O5Tieoon'Drive Keith n»v»|e»k»'oi�h�««anag«' zz1mo� Str eet, v po Box zusn Yakima,w«yosoz ,aNmo'vv4ouyn1 ' Yakima,vvA*neo7 81 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 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\Apollo\Shared\Planning\Assignments-Planning\LABELS and FORMS\SEPA REVIEWING AGENCIES_updated 09.10.20-Form List.docx Type of Notice: File Number: 4 Date of ailing; 82 In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 12/29/20 Name Division E-mail Address Silvia Corona Clerk's Office Silvia,Coronagyakimawa.gov Lisa Maxey Code Administration Lisa.MaxeyqPvakimawa.gov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Demnan akimawa. ov John Zabell Code Administration Johnlabell@yakimawa.gov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelli.Hortun@aakimawa.gov Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda,RossignoWvakimawa.gov Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro.ContrerasAyakimawa,gov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.Debusschere a akiniawa. ov Tony Doan Code Administration Tony.Doana akimawa. ov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Davenport(iAyakimawavv Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Rosalinda.lbarragyakimawa,Rov Bill Preston Engineering BilLpreston@yakimawa„gov Bob Desgrosellier 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INDEX ao �N����"��������� � - � � From: ^ Nunez, Ana|i|ia Sent: Thursday, Februa/yW4, 2021 3:29 PM To: Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Contreras, Pedro; Corona, Silvia; Cutter, Jeff, Davenport, � � Joan; Dean, James; De8usschene, Suzanne; Della, David; Denman, Glenn; DesgroseUier, � Bob; Doan, Tony; Horton, KeUi; |barra' Rosa|inda; KaUevig, Dana; Layman, Randy; Markham, Aaron; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; K4e|oy, Randy; Murray, Matthew; � Nunez Ana|i|ka; Preston, Di|t Riddle, Dan; Rodriguez, Jeremy Rossi nn[ Linda; Schafer, � Scott; Shane, Mike; Story, Gregory;Watkins, Sara;Zabel[ John; Zammaohi Loretta; � Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Bnu|ntte Cawley, Marc; Chamber ofCommerce; � Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce (CTEO) Review Team; Department of Ecology; Department ofEcology Lori White; Department ofEcology SEPA Register; Department of Ecology -CRO Coordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand; Department uf Fish and Wildlife Scott Downes; Department ofNatural Resources; Dept uf Social & Health Svcs Robert Hubentha|; Dept.Archaeology& Historic Preservation SEPA Review; Desgvose||ier, Bob; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council Stephen Posner; Henne' Dennis; |barra' Rnsa|inda; KaUevig' Dana; Nob Hill Water Bob Irving; Nunez, Ana|i|ia; Office of Rural & FarmworkerHousing Marty Miller; Peterson' Robert; Preston, Bill; Riddle, Dan; US Army Corps of Engineers David Moore;VVAState Dept o/ Health, Office ofDrinking Water; VVAState Dept ufHealth, Office ofDrinking Water;VVAState Parks & Recreation Commission;VVSDOT Paul Gonseth;VVSDOT South Central Regional Planning Office;VVSDOTAviation Max P|atts;VVVSD Angela Watts, AsstSuptof8us/Fin;VVV5D Mike Brophy, Supt.;Yakama Bureau nf Indian Affairs Rocco Clark; Yekama Nation Environmental Management Program Elizabeth Sanche};Yakama K|ickitatFioheries 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 Greenvvay ^ Foundation Ke||ie [nnnaughton;Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency HasanTahat; Yakima School District Jay 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 LvnnDeitrick Cc: Martin, Trevor Subject: NOTICE OF K4ONS SOZD 3EPA#020-20 Attachments: NOTICE OF K4DNS 5OZO SEPA#020 2U.pdf Attached is a Notice of Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance regarding the above-entitled project. |fyouhaveany questions about this proposal, please contact assigned planner Trevor Martin at trevor.martin:'i�y Thank you, ., AO8{ilia Wfie2 g. Planning Technician — — City DfYakima P|@DDiDg DiViS|DD p: 5OQ.575.6261 ��~ 12A North 2nd Street, Yakima,Washington, 8DQ01 84 NMI" DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director CITY © YAKIMA Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON February 4, 2021 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Proposal to rezone five parcels totaling approximately 60 acres from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC) for the future expansion of the Sozo Sports Complex. LOCATION: 4209 Sorenson Rd. PARCEL NUMBER: 181334-33401, -33402, -33403, -34401 & -34402 PROPONENT: Sozo Sports of Central WA do Digital Design & Development, Leanne Liddicoat PROPERTY OWNER: Cleat City LLC LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBERS: SEPA#020-20 & RZ#003-20 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. I. FINDINGS A. Project History 1. The existing soccer fields and buildings, directly to the east, were developed under a separate land use action (CL2#014-15). The requested rezone is separate from the previously requested land use action, and a new project specific land use application for development will be required by the City of Yakima prior to the issuance of any development permits. B. Development Services Team (DST) Comments DST reviewed the project and did not have any comments for the rezone specific action of the subject site. C. The applicant submitted for a rezone action only, no project specific development action has been proposed with the requested rezone. D. On January 27, 2021, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) # • � provided the following written comments: Yakima 4".bq 2015 1994 85 "...Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has reviewed the SEPA package and the site for the development is located in Zone 6 of the WSDOT Airports and Compatible Land Use Guidebook Compatibility Zones. The proposed development is consistent with WSDOT's guidance, but given the proximity of the location to the airport it should be noted that the property may experience low flying aircraft, aircraft engine and propeller noise, vibrations, exhaust fumes, which may be perceived as a nuisance to the future residents. Also because the property is in Zone 6 there should be a plan in place to ensure that the construction and the subsequent development to ensure that there will not be height hazard obstructions, smoke, glare, electronic interference, wildlife attractants, or other hazards to the airspace..." Staff response—the applicant and property owner are aware of their proximity to the airport, and the airspace guideline. WSDOT comments will be provided to the applicant. E. On January 26, 2021, the Washington State Department of Ecology provided the following comments: "...Information provided within the SEPA Checklists states a wetland report has been conducted. This report was not provided as part of the SEPA package. Ecology requests this report be made available for review and verification as the area likely supports a wetland complex. Ecology staff has conducted a desktop review of the area by reviewing current and historical aerial imagery, National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) data,LiDAR imagery, and soil data. The collective information suggests a wetland complex is located within the area proposed for rezoning and expansion (Images 1-3 below). NWI data suggests palustrine emergent wetlands are present (Image 1). The provided Soilweb data (Image 2), depicts hydric soils are present (areas of red and orange on image 2). Hydric soils are one of three required characterizes of wetland habitat. The two soils of interest are 66-Kittitas Silt Loam and 165-Track Loam. Image 3, LiDAR image from DNR's LiDAR Portal, shows two streams flowing through the area. The stream are surrounded by lower depression areas were water is likely to pond and create wetland criteria. Please keep in mind wetland delineations are valid for a period of 5 years, unless otherwise requested. Any delineations or reports that are over 5 years old will need to be re-investigated. Any wetlands found on the parcel are considered to be a Water of the State and potentially a Water of the United States. Per Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 90.48.030, the Department of Ecology has authority to control and prevent pollution of waters of the State. Therefore, Ecology has the ability to request a wetland delineation be conducted on the site to prevent the pollution of state waters. Any wetland habitat found on site (or adjacent to) should be rated using the 2014 Update for the Washington State Wetland Rating System for Eastern Washington (Hruby, 2014). Rating scores will SOZO Sports. SEPA#020-20 2 era 86 be used to determine the width of the City's required upland buffer surrounding any delineated wetlands Waters of the United States are within the jurisdictional authority of the U.S. Army of Corps of Engineers (Corps). Placement of fill in wetlands may require an individual or general (nationwide) permit from the Corps. We advise the applicant to contact the Corps to determine if a permit is needed. In the event the Corps determines the wetland is not located within their jurisdiction, Ecology review and permitting would still be required. Ecology's SEA Program requests a wetland delineation (and rating) be provided to identify wetland presence or absence prior to construction activities. Ecology encourages the use of mitigation sequencing to avoid, reduce, and minimize impacts to wetland habitat. In the event impacts are unavoidable, a mitigation and monitoring plan must be submitted with any application material for review and consideration. Ecology staff are available to provide technical assistance to the City by reviewing documents related to wetland habitats and conducting a joint site visit to verify the presence or absence of wetlands on the property..." Staff response— The applicant will be required to provide a Critical Areas Report documenting wetlands and floodplain/floodway issues to the City of before any future development permits are issued. F. On January 11, 2021, the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife provided written comments stating: "Aerial photography evidence from 1998 and 2002 indicates that the site contains a spring and other wetland features. However, photography since 2005 indicates that those features were filled, as they cannot be identified any longer. Four of the five subject parcels revealed those wetland features. Parcel #181334-34401 did not. Industrial development or sports fields may not be well-suited to where a contiguous wetland buffer needs protection. Thus, a wetland delineation is a sensible preliminary assessment prior to a change in zoning for possible incompatible uses." Staff response - The applicant will be required to provide a Critical Areas Report documenting wetlands and floodplain/floodway issues to the City of Yakima before any future development permits are issued. Anticipated sports fields are a permitted use under the current SR and the proposed GC zoning districts. Future development is required to meet all application Critical Areas Ordinance standards. G. On September 21, 2021, the State of Washington Department of Archaeology (DAHP) and Historic Preservation provided a written comment stating: "...Our statewide predictive model indicates that there is a high probability of encountering cultural resources within the proposed project area. This is due, in part, to A . P SOZO Sports. it SEPA#020-20 3 87 the proximity of the proposed project area to Spring Creek, a resource that may have been historically important to Native American groups and/or settlers in the area. Further, the scale of the proposed ground disturbing actions would destroy any archaeological resources present. Identification during construction is not a recommended detection method because inadvertent discoveries often result in costly construction delays and damage to the resource. Therefore, we recommend a professional archaeological survey of the project area be conducted prior to ground disturbing activities. We also recommend consultation with the concerned Tribes' cultural committees and staff regarding cultural resource issues. These comments are based on the information available at the time of this review and on behalf of the SHPO in conformance with Washington State law. Should additional information become available, our assessment may be revised. ..." Staff Response—An archaeological survey will be required as part of the MDNS conditions. II. CONCLUSIONS: A. A Notice of Application was sent out on January 8, 2021. Four (4) SEPA agency comments were received. B. As mitigated, this proposal will have no adverse environmental impacts, C. Project specific conditions for site improvements will be required when the applicant submits for a project specific land use action. III. REQUIRED MITIGATION MEASURES: This Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS) is hereby conditioned upon the following mitigated measures, as authorized under WAC 197-11-660 and Yakima Municipal Code YMC § 6.88.160, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, which contains goals, policies, and regulations which provide substantive authority to require mitigation under the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). 1. A professional archaeological survey of the site shall be conducted, including notifying DAHP and consultation with the Yakama Nation, prior to any ground disturbing activities being permitted. 2. Future development shall require a Critical Areas Report consistent with the applicable standards of YMC Ch. 15.27. C. This MDNS is issued under WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period on the MDNS. •t C. INDEX . SOZO Sports. SEPA#020-20 4 88 Responsible Official: Joan Davenport Position/Title: SEPA Responsible Official Phone (509) 575-6183 Address: 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 Date: February 4, 2021 Signature You may appeal this determination Joan Davenport, AICP, Director of Community Development, at 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. No later than February 18, 2021. By method: Complete appeal application form and payment of$580.00 appeal fee. You should be prepared to make specific factual objections. Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division to read or ask about the procedures for SEPA appeals. 4k, / ' SOZO Sports. SEPA#020-20 5 89 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 Sozo Sports of Central WA c/o Leanne Liddicoat 4209 Sorenson Rd. Analilia Niffiez, as an employee of the Yakima City Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Application and Public Hearing; a true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of 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 8th day of January,2021. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Analilia Ntifiez Planning Technician . - an 18133434403 18133433401 18133 33402 x CITY OT i IM. CLEAT CITY LLC CLEAT LLC 129 N 2N P . 7200 CHESTERLY DR STE 140 7200 C Y DR STE 140 YAK ; .,WA 98901 YAKIMA,WA 98902 A,WA 989 18133 403 ,- 1813 434401 18133434402 r CLEAT CITY CLEAT C C CLEAT LLC 7200 CHESTERLY TE 140 7200 CHEST : ` ir' TE 140 7200 CHES DR STE 140 YAKI7,A 8902 YAKIM i fi A 98902 YA ,WA 9890 ,. 18133432049 18120322008 1: 20411002 TAMARACK HOLDINGS LLC VALLEY QUALITY HOMES OF SPOKANE LLC VALLE o- ,LIT •MES OF SPOKANE LLC 1414 N 18TH ST 1830 S 1ST ST 1830 S S BOISE, ID 83702 YAKIMA, WA 98903 . ' MA, WA 98903 1111 18120412001 18133344416 18133344429 VALLEY*. ALITY HOM •F SPOKANE LLC CASEY R& LACY A POOR DANIEL C III &JOY L HAUGHTON 1830 S 1ST S 5151 LYONS LOOP 2017 S 52ND AVE YAKIMA, We '8903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 3432012 18133431422 DENNIS C&CHRISTINE E REID DONALD J & MARILYN L SPENCE 18133432413 GRANSTRAND 4303 COOLIDGE RD EDWARD A&SUZANNE M GIAUDRONE 2011 S 47TH AVE 1921 S 44TH AVE YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133344426 18133431015 18133432053 F1LEMON GUZMAN & FLOR DE MARIA FRANK B LAMB FRED J & HELEN HYATT VELAZQUEZ 2006 S 41ST AVE 2008 S 47TH AVE 2211 S 52ND AVE YAKIMA,WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA,WA 98903 18133432414 18133432412 18133341419 JACK L&CAROLYN CAMERON JAMES A& DIANA RHODES JASON T& NICOLE D MILLS 1919 S 44TH AVE 1923 S 44TH AVE 5139 LYONS LOOP YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 18133432411 18133344418 18133344430 JEFFREY S & KARRI L FREISZ JOSEPH G &JACKIE M PAYNE JUVENTINO D& MARIA GUADALUPE 1916 S 44TH AVE 5159 LYONS LOOP CARDENAS YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 PO BOX 697 MOXEE,WA 98936 18133431423 18133431417 18133344008 KAREN S HYATT KENNETH M & REBECCA L ROBINSON KERRY&GINA MARTIN 4301 COOLIDGE PL 1913 S 44TH AVE 10405 ORCHARD AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 UNION GAP,WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98908 18133431419 18133432015 18133432016 MARIE T THOMAS MARK W& MIDORI GIBSON MARY F& ISMAEL V OCHOA 4305 COOLIDGE PL 2007 S 47TH AVE 2009 S 47TH AVE DOC. YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 91 18133341432 18133432048 18133431420 MERRITT W JOHNSON MICHAEL E &JILL C WALLACE OMAR C&JESSICA E SANTOY 5145 LYONS LOOP 2010 S 47TH AVE 1911 S 44TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 18133431416 18133431418 18133431014 RICHARD T KAISER ROBERT BUTLER ROGER L&JANICE M ERICKSON 915 S 44TH AVE 4307 COOLIDGE PL 2004 S 41ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 YAKIMA, WA 98903 YAKIMA, WA 98903 18133432415 SHELDON B & KATHLEEN S LOWE 37 Digital Design & Development 1917 S 44TH AVE Total Parcels-Sozo Sports of Central Attn: Leanne Liddicoat YAKIMA, WA 98903 WA- RZ#003-20&SEPA#020-20 1909 W Lincoln Ave#1 Yakima,WA 98902 Cleat City LLC PO Box 10786 IttfOrn 12,2- &', Yakima,WA 98909 S A 20 2- LI INDEX - 3 ci 82 Ahtanum Irrigation District / Beth Ann amlotte Executive Assistant Cascade Natural Gas Century Link z07os'n Gilbert Road uzz3wamnd,idgeBlvd w"a»^Qe' Yakima,vvA9n9o3'92u» xennowick'vvoggJss o South znd Ave,nm#304 � Yakima vv�989uz hethuQpohtanum.nat ' Charter Communications City»/Union Gap Chamber ofCommerce Manager Dennis He»»e'Development Director zo North gthStreet 1005mort P.O.aoxyV08hz6�h�ve � Union vv�g8g0� Yakima,««A989U1 Yakima,vv^989oz chembe,@ Yakima�org Dennis-henne(@un|onxe»*a.Sp" Department ofAgriculture oeptof�zhaeo|o�y&mgohcpe��maion oeP«�me»tofcommem« Kelly McLain ^ Review Team 1U63Scopito|vva� �e� z0* pO Box 42s6O � 1011p|om St SE Olympia,vvx98so4 0ympi»'»«�e»5U4-83«a Olympia,»v«g8s��s�7z Sepapmdahnwowo* kmdam(�an:wu�ov � Sepa@daho.wa.gov raviewmam@»mmmprce,wa.gpw 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 Department vf Fish and Wildlife Department nfHealth Department of Natural Resources SspAoeyk Kelly Cooper SspxCente, po Box 4320n pO Box 4782U po Box 470zs Olympia,vvAg85O4 Olympia,vv�eo504 Olympia,vvAe85U4 � ' SEPAdesk(@dfw.wagov sepacente*odor.*m.gm ' ~ Department m Social m Health Services Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council'spssc noue,t*ournmo/ Environmental ' Stephen SspAof�xe, m�cpur Capital p�mmms wsrA Review Unit ' p4.Box wso4x zzoo6th Ave#15s'z4o'1z po Box 4sz7z Olympia,wApu5«* Seattle,WA Olympia,vvA98504-317z mobe*~* sononer@wtc.wa.Rov - Engineering Division � eoUoesgm,eUier,Senior Engineer � Federal Aviation Administration . 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Date of Mailing: I l �121 95 In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 12/29/20 Division E-mail Address Silvia Corona Clerk's Office Silvia,CoronaAyakimawa.gov Lisa Maxey Code Administration Lisa.Maxe i akiniawa._ov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Denman ei) akimawa. ov John Zabel! Code Administration John.Zabell akimawa. ov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelli.tiortorkayakimawa,gov Linda Rossignol Code Administration Lincla.Rossignol@yakimawa.gov Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro.Contreras 'akiniawa. ov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.Debusschere kimawa. ov Tony Doan Code Administration Ton ,Doan à akiinawa.,ov Joan Davenport Community Development JoanDaven o akiinawa.gov Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Rosalinda.lbarraM akimawa.iov Bill Preston Engineering Bill.prestonAlvakimawa.gov Bob Desgrosellicr Engineering Bob.Des_rosellie a akiinawa._ov Dan Riddle Engineering DanRiddlec akitnawa.lov David Della miii. 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John; Zamma/zhi Loretta; � Brown' Michael; Davido, Sean; E| Mundo; E| Sol de Yakima; Fannin,John; KAPPTV News; KBDO'KRSE Radio manager; KDNA Noticias; KDNA Radio Francisco Rios; KEPRTV News; K|K4ATV News KIT News; 0T/KATS/OK4VVV/KFFK4 LanceTormey; KNDDTV News; KNDU TV News; KUNVV'TVUnividon; KVEVVTV News; La Casa Hogar; LaVoz; Lozano, Bonnie; NVVCN News NVVPR Anna King; Randy Luvaas Yakima Business Times; R[DR Maria D] Rodriguez; Reed [. 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Dana; Nob Hill Water Bob Irving; Nunez, Ana|i|ia; Office of Rural 8< FarmwurkerHousing Marty K4iUec Peterson, Robert; Preston, Bill; Riddle, Dan; US Army Corps of Engineers David Moore;VVAState Dept ofHealth, Office of Drinking Water;VVAState Dept nfHealth, ^ Office of Drinking Water; VVAState Parks & Recreation [ommisdon;VVSOOT Paul Gonseth;VVSDOT South Central Regional Planning Office;VVSDDTAviation Max P|atts;VVVSD Angela Watts, AssLSuptof8us/Fin; VVVSD Mike Brophy, Supt.;Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark; Yakanoa Nation Environmental Management Program Elizabeth Sanche};Yakama-K|ickitatFisheries 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 Gneenway Foundation Ke||ie [onnaughtnn; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency HasanTahat; Yakima School District ]ay 8aucom; Yakima Valley Museum Peter Arnold, Exec Director;Yakima Valley Trolleys; Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kova|enkn; YV[[)G Lynn Deitrick; Al Rose; Funk, Kay;Jacob Liddicoat; Leanne Hughes-Mickel; Lisa Wallace; Mary Place; Phi|ipOstriem; Rob McCormick Cc: Martin, Trevor Subject: NOTICE OFAPP, SEPAfkYP[ HEARING Sozo RZ#003'20' SEPA#020'20 Attachments: NOTICE UFAP[\ SEPA^ &YPC HEAR|NG_5OZO RZ#003'20' SEPA#020'20.pdf Attached is a Notice of Application, SEPA and YPC Hearing regarding the above-entitled project. if you havAr."WIC. � � 97 questions about this proposal, please contact assigned planner Trevor Martin at trevorsnartin yakimawa.sov Thank you, ilia Nunez Planning Technician City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509.575.6261 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington, 98901 2 98 Nunez, Analilia From: Simon Sizer <ssizer@yakimaherald.com> Sent: Tuesday,January 05, 2021 3:51 PM To: Nunez, Analilia Subject: Re: Legal Notice for RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 Attachments: IBARRAAP-45-968278-1.pdf Good afternoon. I have scheduled this legal notice for 1/8, for a cost of$350.40. 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 I Fax: (509) 577-7766 From: Nunez,Analilia <analilia.nunez@yakimawa.goy> Sent:Tuesday,January 5, 2021 10:30 AM To:Simon Sizer<ssizer@yakimaherald.com> Subject: Legal Notice for RZ#003-20&SEPA#020-20 Hi Simon, Please publish the attached legal notice on Friday,January 8, 2021.The ad can be charged to City Planning account #110358. Thank you, Ana!ilia Nunez 4:1 Planning Technician City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509.575.6261 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington, 98901 • 1 99 Public Legal Public Legal Notices Notices NOTICE OF APPLICATION,LIC HEARING ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, LEGAL NOTICE DATE:01/©812021 TO:SEPA Reviewing Agencies,Appii- Plan.AEQ J ST FOR:WRITTEN CQMMENT AND NOTICE cant,and Adjoining Property Owners FROM:Joan Daven- Q,p pUBLIC.HEARINQAgencies,trlbes,.and the public port,AICP,Community Development Director APPLICANT: are encouraged to review and comment on the proposed Sozo Sports of Central WA c/o Digital Design 8 DBvelop- prtajectand its-probable environmental lmpacts..This request ment,LeanneLlddicoat FILE NUMBER:RZ#003-20& requires that the Planning Commission Holden open record SEPA#020.20 LOCATION:.24O9 Sorenson Rd,.TAX PAR- public hearing,which is scheduled for February 24,2021 CEL NUMBERS):181334-33401.,-33402,-3340.3,-34401 at 3.00 p.m.Due to 1heCOVID-19 pandemic,the hearing &-34402 DATE OF APPLICATION:11/03/2020©ATE OF will not be held in the Clt 1Mall Council Chambers,but will be COMPLETENESS:12/01/2020 PROJECT 11 pll IIQJi held virtually via Zoom,Any person desiring to express their Proposal to rezone;five,parcels.totaling approxlrnetely 60 views on the matter Is.invited to attend the hearing to provide acres from;Suburban Residential(SR)to General Corn- testimony*There is a 20-day comment period for this review: .mercial.(GC'to the:future a .anston.di the.S0z9 S,ports This may be your only opportunity to comment.All written Complex, Pursu- comments.received by 5:60 p.m.on January 28,2021,will. . ant to YMC:§16,06.020(4 the project considerations are be considered prier to issuing the final SEPA determination determined to be.consisterit with applIcabledevelopment Please reference file numbers(RZ#003.20&SEPA#020-20) regulations,es:follows:t,Thetype.of land use:Rezone and applicants name(Sozo Sports of CentralWA)in any approximately 60 acres from Suburban Residentlal(SR)to correspondence you submit.You can.mail your comments to: General.Commercial(GC)12.Level ol Development Non- Joan Davenport,AICP,Community Development Direc- project Rezone 3,Infrastructure:and pp ublic:facilities:The for City of Yakima,Department of Community Develop- Yakima,WA 96901.IF YOU WOULD subJect property:is ableto.be served bypublie:streets,*cite.*", ment,129 N.2nd St.; .sewer*;garbage collection,etc;4,.Characterlstics°of develop- LIKE TO ATTEND THIS VIRTUAL MEETING TO LISTEN menu Thepreposalshalladhere to all Title 12 and Title 15. AND/OR AND EMAIL ADDRESS TESTIFY, PLEASE LISTERERE: WITH YOUR developmentstandards.Pursuantto YMC§:16.06:020(B), NAME the development re9ulatlofls and comprehensive plan cony After registering;you will receive emalledtnstructionsfor siderationsare found to be consistent,as follows;1.The type of land use;Nonpro ect Rezone of approximately 60 acres joinin e.metin ..onllne.with your device or by calling in. from Suburban Rea dentie!(SR)to General Commeraiai:(GO) � � Following the.public hear- zoning.2.Density of Development NIA 3.Availability and ing,the Planning Commission will Issue its recommendation adequacy of Infrastructure.and public utilities;The subject.. within ten.(10)business days.When available,a copy of the properly is.able to be served by ublic streets,water,sewer, recommendation.wiil be mailed to parties of record and end- f arbage collection,etc: ties who were provided this notice once it Is rendered,The This Is to notify ageticies.with jurisdiction and envi- file containing the complete application Is available for public ronmentat expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, review at the Cityof Yakima Planning Division,City Hall—2nd Planning Division,has.been`established asthe le©t Yakima 129 North 2nd:Street Floor, Yakima,Washington.If you have under WAC§;197u11-928 fort Hap reject The City-Of questions,regarding this proposal,please call Trevor Martin, has,reviewed the,proposed.pro1ect for probable:adverse envl- Associate Planner,at:(509).575-8162,ore-mall to Trevor ronrriental impacts and expects to Issue a Determination of martin®yakimawa.gov. No nsignificance'(ONS);Per WAD§197',11-3.5.5,The proposal may include mitigation measures under applicable codes and (968278)January 8,2021 the projectreview.processmoy incorporate or require mltiga- Lion measures regardless of whether an EIS Is prepared.A copy of the subsequent SEPA threshotd det®rminatlon will be'Mailed to parties of record and entittes who were.provided this notice and maybe appealed pursiiant1ty YMC§.6.88.170. Required Permlte:The following local,state,and federal permits/approvals mayor will be needed for this rotect:N/A —future development wiil undergo projje speB;flc/A Viron-foisting mental and land use review Requi d Environmental DocU iente:CAO#003=15 Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency include:the:State Envlrenmental:.Pollcy.Act,the Yakima Urban Area.; oning Ordinance,YMC.Titte;i:2 Development Standards,andthe YattlmaUrban:Area Comprehensive D C # 0EP� "MFNT OF C()MMTNITY0EVEbp- A8NT 100 Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division PCITY Of YAKWA Joseph Ca|boun. Manuger lanning |2gNmMhSe�nd8�� 2� P|oo� Ymkimu, WAA84Ul ask.plan niugCa)yokinomwa.gov - v/*w.yukimuvvu.gov/uervicca/p|unning NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, & PUBLIC HEARING DATE: January 8. 2O21 TO: SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners FROM: Joan Oavenport, A|CP, Community Development Director APPLICANT: Sozo Sports of Central VVAc/o Digital Design & Development, Leanne Liddi000t FILE NUMBER: RZ#003-20 & GEPA#020-20 LOCATION: 24098orenson Rd. TAX PARCEL NWyNBER(S): 181334'33401. -33402. -33403. -34401 &-344O2 DATE OF APPLICATION: Novamhar3. 2020 DATE OF COMPLETENESS: Donomber1. 2020 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposal to rezone five parcels totaling approximately 8O acres from Suburban Residential (SR) to General Commercial (GC) for the future expansion of the Sozo Sports Complex. DETERMINATION OF CONSISTENCY Pursuant to YPNC § 18.06.020(A). the project considerations are determined to be consistent with applicable development nagu|adonm, as follows: 1� The type ofland use: Rezone approximately G0 acres from Suburban Residential (8R) toGeneral Commercial (GC) 2. Level of Development: Nonproject Rezone 1 Infrastructure and public facilities:The subject property is able to be served by public streets,water, oewer, garbage collection, etc. 4. Characteristics of development: The proposal shall adhere to all Title 12 and Title 15 development standards, Pursuant toYK8C§ 16,06.020(B), the development regulations and comprehensive plan considerations are found to be consistent, aofollows- 1. The type of land use: Nonpnojact Rezone of approximately OO acres from Suburban Residential (SR) ho General Commercial (GC)zoning. 3. Density of Development: N/A 3. Availability and adequacy of infrastructure and public utilities: The subject property is ob|o to be served by public streets, water, sewer. garbage collection, etc, NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW 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, underVVAC § 1Q7-11'S28 for this project. TheCih/ ofYokimehosnaviavvedthapnopomedpnojeot for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination of Nonsignificance(DNS) perVVAC § 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 on E|8 is prepared- A copy of the subsequent 8EPA threshold determination will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice and may be appealed pursuant b»YK8C § O.88.17U. Required Permits: The following |000|, abate, and federal permits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: N/A—future development will undergo project-specific environmental and land use review Required Studies: N/4 Existing Environmental Documents: CAC>#003-15 Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: the State Environmental Policy Act, the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YPNCTiUe 12--Oeve|upmentStandarda' and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. OM. ����k��� ,,���,_*� Yakima °" /� `nUx � 101 REQUEST FOR WRITTEN NT AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGAgencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the proposed project and its probable environmental impacts. This request requires that the Yakima Planning Commission hold on open record public hearing, which is scheduled for February 24, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. Due to the COVID-1 9 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 hearing to provide testimony. � There is a 20-day comment period for this review. This may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5:00 p.m. on January 28, 2021,will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination. Please reference file numbers (RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20) and applicant's name (Sozo Sports of Central WA) in any correspondence you submit. You can mail your comments to.. Joan Davenport, A|CP, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129N. 2nd St.'' Yakima, WA 98901 |F YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THIS VIRTUAL MEETING TOLISTEN AND/OR TESTIFY, PLEASE REGISTER WITH YOUR NAME AND EMAIL ADDRESS |N ADVANCE HERE: http' -- '~-�= -_--__ =~-_~.__--__' _'_—._'.Y-,__-"`~`__q After registering, you will reoeiveemoikad 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 hm speak, the host will unmute you. A � message will appear on your screen, and you will need to select^unmuhe.^ 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 to 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 ho enter the meeting |O and password when prompted. All attendees will be muted upon entry. If you wish to speak during the public hearing. press ^8 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. NOTICE OF RECOMMENDATION Following the public hearing. the Planning Commission will issue its recommendation within ban (10) business days. When ovoi|ob|e, o copy of the recommendation will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice once it is rendered. 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 propnoa|, please oa|| Trevor Mortin, Associate Planner, at (509) 575'6182. or e-mail to tnevor.madin@yahimawo.gov. Enclosed: Narrotivem, Project OeocripUons, SEPACheoh|ist. Site Plan, and Vicinity N1np .,��� DBP/ 'MENIODEDESAQROLLUCOMT'--"1TABO 102 AWN N Joan Davenport, AICP, Directora Af Am 1k ILVA, Division de P|aniOuucidn _� ]oa�phCuihmun, Gur�nkz CITY` »F ,»m l29 Norte Cu]|c2', 2' pioo,Yakima, V \9840|a U g mek.p|annino&q)vukinuuwu.gov - wwn'.vokfi mdotanuing AV|SO DE APL|CACi6N, REVISION AMBYENTAL,`fAUD|ENC|A P'BLICA BOepadomantodaDoemnnUoComunhahode |o Ciudad da Yakima hmreobidounaap|ioacbnporparte de un pro piabsrio/ao|icihanheyeebaea un ovisosobraemeao|icitud, |nfonmaoibn oobne |a ubicooibn de |o propiedad en ouosUbn y |o sn|icitud es |a aiguienba: FECHA OTOH|GADA: 8deenero. 2031 pARA: Agenoiasde Reviaidn Ambienba|, Go|ioibontey PropieteriooAdyocenhaa DE: Joan Oavenport. A|CP. Oireotonade Oeserro||oComunitario S0LIC|TANTE: 8ozo Sports of Central VVAc/o Digital Design & Development, Leanne Liddiooat No. 0EARCH|VO: RZ#003-20 & QEPA#020-20 WB|CAC|6N: 42DS Sorenson Rd. No. 0EPAR|CELA(S): 181334-33401. -33402. -33403. -34401 & -34402 FECHA DEAPL|CAC| 'N: 3donoviembre. 2020 FECHA0EAP0CAC|6NCOyNPLETA: 1dediciembne. 2O20 DESCRIPC1 'yADEL PROYECTO. Propuaotoparmneznnifinarcincoporce|aaaproximadamenhe8Oacres dezonapenidencia| (8R) azon000nnencia| (GC) pana |afuturaexpennibn del Comp! joGozoSpoho. 0ETERK8|NACONDELA CONSISTENC|AConformea| Cbdigu Municipal YK8C §16.06.020(A). |am conaidenaoiones del pnoyonhoaednharminanoonaiytantes con |aaeiguienbaanormasap|ioab|es: 1. E| tipo de usoterreno|: Rezonifioaroproximadamenba 80 acres de zono remidenoim| (8R) a zona uomenoia| ({3C) Z Nive| do desarro||o: nszonifioocidn sin pruyecto 000ciodo 3. |nfnsestruotunaeinmba|aoionenpdb|ivaa: Lapropiedodpuedeaeraen/ideporco||enpOb|ioaa. oQua. dren jm. neuo|eocibn de boauno. etc. 4. Carectedadoms del desorro||o: La propuesbameadherin§ m |na normasdodeoorro||o del Titu|o 12 y T/tu|o 15. Conformea| Chdigm N1unioipo| YyWC §16.08.020(B). |oaneg|omenhomdedesarro||oy |osconoidmrooionas del plan oompnehenoivo son coherenbyo. du |aniguientemmnena: 1 E| tipo del ueo terrena|: Rezonificaoibn min proyento de oproximadomonba GO ooneu do zona namidenoia| SIR azonauomeroio| GC. 2. Dennidod del deuarno||o: N/A 3. Dieponibi|idedyodeouocidndeinfroeotruciuroyoan/ioioopOb|i000: Lapropiedodpuadaaorsemide porca||es pOb|icoo, egua, dnsn je. reco|enuibn de basura. etc. AVISO DE REVISION AMBIENTAL: Emto es pora noUfioar a |as a0anciao con juhsdiooibn y axperienoia ambienbo| y o| pOb|ioo que |a Ciudad de Yahimo. Division de P|anifioecibn, me eatob|eca onmo |o oganoie principal, de acuerdo con la Ley Estatal de Polftica Ambiental de Washington (SEPA) bajoVVAC §197-11-928 pone |o nevioibndeeobmproyaoto. La Ciudad dm Yakima haraviaadoe| pnoyaobzpropuemtnpanapooib|ea impoctoa ennbienta/eo edvermnn y eopera emitir une Oetarminaci6n de No-Significonoio (DNS) para eaha proyeotmcmnhzrmeo| pnooeoo ONSopoiona| anVVAC § 107-11'355. La prupueotm puede ino|uirmedidaade mitigauibnb jo|Vao6digmoop|icab|eoye|pnouesoderevinibnde| proyeotopuedeinoorponarorequeri,medidoo de mitigecibn independientemanba de si se prepara un EIS (Doo|onyoidn de |mpactoAmbienbs|). Una uopia de |o dete/minocibn de umbna| posterior se onvianoo |ao personas yagenciao queoomenbaron y que nycibianon eohaovieo. ymepuedeape|ordeacuardo con e| Cbdi0o Municipal de Yakima`fK8C §6.88.170. Pmrnmisms Riequeridos: L000iguiantes permiuoo/apnobaoionem |000|eo, eebmta|eo, yfedero|ma pueden ooer6n neoesarioaponaesteproyaoto: N/A—e|futunodammrro||oaesnmeherdareviaioneaapropiadaae| uaoaapeoifico. EstmdiomFReqmeridos: N/A 0ocmmmentomAmnb|mntaAeoExistmntes: CAO#003-15 ���� ������. Yakima INDEX ~ ~ 2015 ` 103 LosReg|wmmemtms de Desarrollo para la Mitigacii6n y Consistencia de Proyectos |nc|mywn: Le Ley Eshate| de Po|Ubua Ambianba| do Washington, La 0h1enanze de 2bnifioaoi6n del Area Urbana de Yakima, Los Eatdndaremde DaoannUo del T[tu|o12. ym| Plan Integral del Area Urbana deYakima. SOL|CVTQD DECOK8ENTAR|OS ESCR|T0S Y AVISO DE AUD|ENC|A P'BL|CA: Se anima e |ao aQenoias, tribue, y e| pOb|icu a revioary nomenbarmobre a| proyeohx y oobn* sus pnobob|ea impactua ombienba|ea, Eato propumste naquiena una audienoio pOb|ioa con neQimtno abierto con |a Comioidn de P|anificeoidn de Yakima. Por|ntmnto. una eudienoia pOb|iva ha nido progremada parae| mmi6rco|es 34 de febmemm, 2021 cmrnmnzwndma |ms3:00 p.m. Debidoa |o pandemiedeCOV|O-1Q. |oaudiencia nose ||ever6 o cobo en |o Sala del Conoe]o N1unioipa|, eino que oenb pro8namedo vidua|mente uomndu |a p|atoformaZoom Se |e inviba o oua|quierpermnno que deseeexpreoar sus opinionaosobpoesbacosoo aaistira |ooudimnoiapOb|icaoapneaentorcomenbariooporeoorito. Hobr6 un pmriodo de veinte d|as pana haoermum nomentorion. Este podrie aerou dnico oportunidod pane oumentar. Todoe |os oomentarioa neoibidmo poresorito antes de |mo 5:00 p.m. e| 20 de mnmnm, 2021 uer6n oonmidonados antes deemitir|edecimi6n final anbreentoao|ioitud. Por favor dehonernafenanciaa| nOmero demrohivo(RZ#003-2O &GEPA#O2O-2O)oo| nombre del ao|icitanta(8DZO)encum!quimrcorreapondenoia que anvi6. Por favor doenvior sus onmentori0000bnaeobepropuesbea: Joan Davenport, AyCP' Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department mf Community Development 129 N. 2md St.,Yakima,WA 98901 S| DESEAASUSTUFkA ESTAFKEUN|6N V|RTUALPAFkA ESCUCHAFlY/OTEST|F|CAR, FkEGiSTFKESE POFKADELANTADO CON SUNO&8BFkEY CORREO ELECTR'NICO AQUE bttj)s://citvofvahirRazoom.us/web|nar/reoister/VVN dKGpifuxT`0ekcwVmTrYBoq Oeopu6sde ra8ietnarme, naoibirc! inntruccionea poroorneo e|eotnbnioo pare ingneearen |ineo con su diapoaitivwo ||emondoportm|0fono. Ver|ammdienoiap6b|iomem |imea por Zoom: Para inQraaera |anauni6n. hagoc|ioene| enlace ubiomdo en e| norneo e|ectrbnico de oonfirmaci6n que recibib a| negietrmae. Todno |oe psrticipantao oardn si|enoiadoso| ingremer, Sideoeahob|arduranbm |aaudienniapdb|ioa. use |afuncibnpana ^|evontar|a mand' Cuando sea suturnodehob|ar. e| enfi1ribndammntivorae| oi|encimdor. Unmenua]aapaoaoendan su ponta||o yme|eooione |a opoibn ^unmute^ Oebmanunciarsu nombro ydinaccibn postal pana e| raQistno antes dehacar sus oomenheriva Una vezhayotmrminodo sus comenberioo. e| anhtridn |ooi|anniond. Emcuchm la audimmcim p6bUica porke|6fmno: Puede ||annare ouo|quiana de |oa ndmmroo te|efbnicoo ubioados on e| oornoo e|eotninico de oonfirmaoi6n que neoibib a| negintnanse. Deber6 ingnasar e| |D y |a oontnosaho de |a reunibn cuendooe |mao|iciba. Todoo |os partioiponhememr6n ai|enciadooa| ingreeor. Si desoohab|ardunente|aoudienoimpOb|ica. preaione°9ensuto|6fonopara''|evantar|gmano^ Cuandoseo suturnode hob|er, esouohano unanunoioeutomotizmdmindicando que e| audio deauba|Lsh»nohanido acUvodo y hodos |on participantem puedmn oaouohar|o. Debe onunciarau nombne y dinecoibn poobo| pona e| regiotpo antes dehacer sus comentorioo. Una vmzheyaterminodo sus uomenbarios. e|onfitribn |oei|enoier6 yenouuharounanunciooutomatizodoindicando que subo|6fonohasidooi|enoiado. AVISO DE LA RECOMENDACION: Despu6adm |a mudiencia pOb|ioa. |aComiaibn de P|onifioaoibn do Yakima mm|Ur6au racomandoci6ndontrodmdiez (10) d(ash6hi|ea. Cuondo |odeoisi6n final aegemitido. una copiaserc! enviodam |me personas que mandaronoommntarioso que reoibieronesteaviso. B orohivo que nontiena |o ap|icmoibn oomp|eta eabb diaponib|e pono inepeooidn pdb|ica an |m [>ficina de Planificaci6n de la Ciudad de Yakima en el 129 al Norte la Calle 2da, Yakima, WA. Si tiene oua|quior pragunta oobno esta propueato, puede contactmra |o Oficina de P|enifiooci6n o! (509) 575-6183oporomrnaom|eotrbnicoal: ask.p|annipgpyakimaws�qVv Ad0untes: NarroUvo, Ooscripcibnda| Proyento. Plan deSitio. YNopa K����� =�����~ INDEX �� 1 04 OWN 4 111111M CI "Oil RUM CITY OF YAKIMA Panning CERTIFICATE File Number: 411" 003 —Z_ ApPliCantirrOject Name: Site Address: z12 0 7 Jorc,,56,1 trc/ Date of Posting: g'; 1Q`2 y Land Use Sign ID#(s): 5 0 4 Z—k Location of Installation(Check One): Land Use Action Sign is installed per standards described in YMC §15.11.080(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (if not pre-approved by the Planning Manager) may not be acceptable by the Planning Division and is subject to relocation(at the owner's expense) to a more visible site on the property. The alternative location is: The required notice of application will be sent to the applicant and property owners within a 300-foot radius after the Planning Division has received this Land Use Action Installation Certification. Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form signed in a timely manner may cause a delay in the application review process. I hereby testify that the installed sign fully complies with the Land Use Action sign installation standards (see pg. 2), that the sign will be maintained until a decision has been rendered, and that the sign will be returned within 30 days from the date the final decision is issued. 1 / /2 Applicant's Signature k Date Applicant's Name(Please Print) Applicant's Phone Number Please fill out and sign the above certification after posting 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. OC. Page - INDEX Revised 04/2019 el% 2- 105 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division * OTY OF YAKIMA Joseph Calhoun,Manager 129 North Second Street,2nd Floor,Yakima,WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning December 22, 2020 FILE NUMBER(S) RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 APPLICANT: Digital Design & Development LLC. APPLICANT ADDRESS: 3611 River Rd. #100, Yakima, WA 98902 PROJECT LOCATION: 4209 Sorenson Rd. TAX PARCEL NO: 181334-33401, -33402, -33403, -34401 &-34402 DATE OF REQUEST: November 3, 2020 SUBJECT: Notice of Complete Application To Whom It May Concern: The application for your Rezone at 4209 Sorenson Rd. was received on November 22, 2020. As of December 1, 2020, your application is considered complete as required by the City of Yakima's Municipal Code (YMC) and site plan checklist, as referenced in YMC § 15.14.030. Continued processing of your request will include, but is not limited to the following actions: 1. A Notice of Application, SEPA, and Public Hearing will be sent to all property owners within a 300-foot radius of your site. This notice will include a request for public comments during a 20-day comment period as is required by the City of Yakima. Notice of Application is scheduled to be issued around January 8, 2021, and the comment period will end around January 28, 2021. 2. A Public Hearing has been tentatively scheduled for February 25, 2021, with the City of Yakima Hearing Examiner. If you have any questions regarding this matter please call me at (509) 575-6162. Sincerely, Trevor Martin Associate Planner Yakima a • 2015 1994 1 06 "SOZO Sports of Central WA" RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER H Public Comments fatitle,"iihnERRFNE]';17g0;;.1..E.1.i,.'g Y1E;EK:H: , H-1 Comment Letter from Dept. of Fish and Wildlife 01/11/2021 H-2 Comment Letter from Diana and James Rhodes 01/20/2021 H-3 Comment Letter from Casey Poor 01/20/2021 .•• H-4 Comment Letter from Dept. of Archaeology & Historic 01/21/2021 Preservation H-5 Comment Letter from State of WA Dept. of Ecology 01/26/2021 H-6 Comment Letter from Washington State Dept. of 01/27/2021 Transportation H-7 Comment Letter from Troy Havens,Yakima County Flood 02/12/2021 Control Zone District 1 07 Public Services 128 North Second Street • Fourth Floor Courthouse • Yakima,Washington 98901 (509)574-2300 • 1-800-572-7354 • FAX(509)574-2301 • www.co.yakima.wa.us VA.3161C IIIWII" LISA if FREUND-----Director February 12, 2021 Joan Davenport, AICP Community Development Director City Hall—2nd Floor 129 N. 2nd St Yakima, WA 98901 RE: RZ#003-20, SEPA#020-20 Sozo Sports of Central WA Dear Joan, This message provides additional detail regarding comments submitted on Thursday, January 28th regarding the subject line applications.These comments are from the Yakima County Flood Control Zone District (FCZD) who was active in creation of the effective maps and provides floodplain management services and recommendations through the adopted Ahtanum and Wide Hollow Comprehensive Flood Hazard Management Plan to citizens and communities on floodplain development. The FCZD has significant concerns regarding existing unpermitted modifications to the FEMA mapped floodway during prior phases of this development, and the proposal for further modification under the above SEPA. These concerns have been expressed for several years and we continue to strongly encourage violations related to the floodway in this area be examined and remedied. From 2015 to 2020, several Sozo Sports consultants requested input from the FCZD about FEMA flood maps.During calls and meetings,the consultants discussed options for developing the sports complex considering a floodway that crosses many of the parcels. FCZD staff repeated the need to either avoid development in the floodway or obtain approval of a No-Rise Certification or Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR). The site plan accompanying the subject line application appears to provide no consideration for the floodway. We understand these are non-project applications, however past oversight of floodway boundaries and associated prohibitions is concerning. The application references a wetland investigation and delineation (Widener, Sept. 2018) for Sozo stating, "They are within the FEMA mapped 100-year floodplains, but recent fill appears to block that connection."This Yakima County ensures fill compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by prohibiting discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex in the provision of benefits and services resulting from its federally assisted programs and activities.For questions regarding Yakima County's Title VT Program,you may contact the Title 1/1 Coordinator at 509-574-2300. If this letter pertains too meeting and you need special accommodations,please call us at 509-574-2300 by 10:00 a.m.three days prior to the meeting.For MD users,please use the State's toll free relay service 1-800-833-6388 and ask the operator to dial 509-574-21r Loo 114D11 1 1 08 report calls the channel containing the floodway a "relict". The determination in the report that an active stream channel no longer exists has no bearing on FEMA designation of mapped floodways or National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) requirements. The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) provides access to flood insurance and disaster assistance for property owners and communities that comply with NFIP requirements. Communities commit to adopting and adhering to NFIP/FEMA floodplain requirements when they join the program. Under the NFIP physical changes to floodways require FEMA approval of a CLOMR or a No-Rise Certification stamped by a Professional Engineer and submitted to the floodplain administrator for approval prior to disturbance. These options require hydraulic analysis to ensure the proposal will not result in increased flood risk to the site, adjacent landowners, and the community. Public funds at the local, state and federal level have been invested to create these flood maps for the community, and we fear that unauthorized development within the floodway may place the community's NFIP standing in jeopardy. Please contact me if we can be of any further support,or with any questions regarding this letter. 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Second Street Yakima, WA 98901 RE:Notice of App Sozo Applicant: Sozo Sports of Central Washington File Number: RZ#003-20 SEPA#020-20 Dear Ms. Davenport: Thank you for the opportunity to provide comment regarding the Sozo Rezoning,RZ#003-20 SEPA #020-20 near the Yakima Air Terminal. Washington State Department of Transportation(WSDOT)has reviewed the SEPA package and the site for the development is located in Zone 6 of the WSDOT Airports and Compatible Land Use Guidebook Compatibility Zones. The proposed development is consistent with WSDOT's guidance,but given the proximity of the location to the airport it should be noted that the property may experience low flying aircraft, aircraft engine and propeller noise,vibrations,exhaust fumes,which may be perceived as a nuisance to the future residents. Also because the property is in Zone 6 there should be a plan in place to ensure that the construction and the subsequent development to ensure that there will not be height hazard obstructions,smoke,glare, electronic interference,wildlife attractants,or other hazards to the airspace. We appreciate the opportunity to offer written comments. Our office is available for any questions or further discussions on airport land use planning. Please don't hesitate to contact me at(360)890-5258, max.platts@wsdot.wa.gov. Sincerely, Thomas S. "Max"Platts Aviation Planner, WSDOT Aviation Division .." 1 12 ' STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY 1250 West Alder Street • Union Gap, Washington 98903-0009 • (509) 575-2490 January 26, 2021 Trevor Martin Community Development City of Yakima 129 North 2"d Street Yakima, WA 98901 Re: 202100099, RZ#003-20, SEPA#020-20 Dear Trevor Martin: Thank you for the opportunity to comment during the Optional Determination of Non Significance process for the rezoning of 5 parcels totaling approximately 60 acres from Suburban Residential (SR)to General Commercial (GC) for the future expansion of the SOZO Sports Complex. We have reviewed the documents and have the following comments. SHORELANDS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE Information provided within the SEPA Checklists states a wetland report has been conducted. This report was not provided as part of the SETA package. Ecology requests this report be made available for review and verification as the area likely supports a wetland complex. Ecology staff has conducted a desktop review of the area by reviewing current and historical aerial imagery, National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) data, LiDAR imagery, and soil data. The collective information suggests a wetland complex is located within the area proposed for rezoning and expansion (Images 1-3 below). NWI data suggests palustrine emergent wetlands are present (Image 1). The provided Soilweb data(Image 2), depicts hydric soils are present(areas of red and orange on image 2). Hydric soils are one of three required characterizes of wetland habitat. The two soils of interest are 66-Kittitas Silt Loam and 165-Track Loam. Image 3, LiDAR image from DNR's LiDAR Portal, shows two streams flowing through the area. The stream are surrounded by lower depression areas were water is likely to pond and create wetland criteria. Please keep in mind wetland delineations are valid for a period of 5 years, unless otherwise requested. Any delineations or reports that are over 5 years old will need to be re-investigated. Any wetlands found on the parcel are considered to be a Water of the State and potentially a Water of the United States. Per Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 90.48.030, the Department of Ecology has authority to control and prevent pollution of waters of the State. Therefore, Ecology has the ability to request a wetland delineation be conducted on the site to prevent the pollution of state waters. Any wetland habitat found on site (or adjacent to) should be rated using the 2014 Update for the Washington State Wetland Rating System for Eastern Washington (Hruby, 2014). Rating scores will be used to determine the width of the City's require buffer surrounding any delineated wetlands. 1: DEX 113 January 26, 2021 Trevor Martin Page 2 of 3 Waters of the United States are within the jurisdictional authority of the U.S. Army of Corps of Engineers (Corps). Placement of fill in wetlands may require an individual or general (nationwide)permit from the Corps. We advise the applicant to contact the Corps to determine if a permit is needed. In the event the Corps determines the wetland is not located within their jurisdiction, Ecology review and permitting would still be required. Ecology's SEA Program requests a wetland delineation(and rating)be provided to identify wetland presence or absence prior to construction activities. Ecology encourages the use of mitigation sequencing to avoid, reduce, and minimize impacts to wetland habitat. In the event impacts are unavoidable, a mitigation and monitoring plan must be submitted with any application material for review and consideration. Ecology staff are available to provide technical assistance to the City by reviewing documents related to wetland habitats and conducting a joint site visit to verify the presence or absence of wetlands on the property. 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Sincerely, /440-€42,- Tricia Sawyer on behalf of Gwen Clear Environmental Review Coordinator Central Regional Office (509)575-2012 INDEX crosepacoordinator@eey%wa.gov DOC � 115 s ho Allyson Brooks Ph.D.,Director State Historic Preservation Officer sm January 21. 2O2l � Trevor Martin Planner � City ofYakima 12S North 2ndStreet Yakima, VVAS88O1 In future correspondence p|mosa refer to: Project Tracking Code: 2021'01'00373 / Property: City ofYakima_Gozo Sports Complex Rezone and Expansion Project(GEPA#020-20) Re: Survey Requested Dear Trevor Martin: Thank you for contacting the Washington State Historic Preservation Officer(SHPO)and Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) and providing documentation regarding the above referenced project. (]uratatevvidepnudioUvamode| indinabeothatthenyioohiQh probability of encountering cultural resources within the proposed project area. This is due, in pad, to the proximity of the proposed project area to Spring Cneeh, a naooun:e that may have been historically important to Native American groups and/or settlers in the area. Further, the scale of the proposed ground disturbing actions would destroy any archaeological resources present. Identification during construction is not a recommended detection method because inadvertent discoveries often result in costly construction delays and damage to the resource. Therefore, we recommend a professional archaeological survey of the project area be conducted prior to ground disturbing activities. We also recommend consultation with the concerned Tribes' cultural committees and staff regarding cultural resource issues. . � These comments are based on the information available at the time of this review and on behalf of the SHPO in conformance with Washington @bmtm law. Should additional information become available, our assessment may barevised. Thank you for the opportunity to comment on this project and we look forward to receiving the survey report. Please ensure that the OAHP Project Number(a.k.a. Project Tracking Code) is shared with any hired cultural resource consultants and is attached to any communications or submitted reports. Should you have any questions, please feel free ho contact me. Sincerely, � Sydney Hanson Transportation Archaeologist (360) 280-7563 ^" 8ydnmy.Hanoon@dahp.vvo.Qov State oy Washington ^ Department of Archaeology&Historic Preservation j",#0 P.O. Dox48343 , Olympia, Washington 98504'8343 ^ (360) 586'3065 vp^^v.dohpmo.gov - 116 ' ����U����� ° "���" � �= RZ#003-20 & SEPA#030-20 UlN 2 0 90?1 5moo Sports ofCentral WA CITY OF YAM,, PLANNING 0{V First, | ann the parent ofa soccer player. | like the 5OZU complex, i want to see it succeed and grow. But asa property owner who borders the complex, | have some concerns, and would like to comment on some of their narratives the SOZO complex submitted. Under Part IV, section C of the REZONES section & under the Transportation #1& #4, they discuss the Spring Creek and Ahtanum road future improvements will support the traffic. Knowing that Mr. Kerry Martin owns the property west of lots 7&8, and using common sense, | knoxvthat he owns this property to connect SC)ZO and Sorenson Rd to 52"d avenue at some point in the future. | didn't see any mention of future improvements to 52"a to support traffic. Have SOZ[) and the City of Yakima discussed this with the county? And will that property west of lot 7&8 be used as an access for the construction crewl heavy machinery so they don't have togo through the phase 1 area ofS[)ZO? Under the surface water#1, and Water runoff#3, SOZO says there is no surface water (year-round and seasonal) in the vicinity of the site, and that the proposal doesn't affect drainage patterns, | have attached 2 pictures taken in March 2017 showing surface water creating a wetland that was there well into April, | believe it is ground water swelling tothe surface. While I haven't seen it to that level since, it does contain some water during early spring, depending on how fast the melt is. As for affecting drainage, | have included a map of the area showing a creek bed that goes through 2 neighborhoods (Lyons Loop and Walla Walla) that in2O16 was used to relieve other area creeks from flooding and did reach the 3OZO boundary. And, also on the map I show the storm drainsfor 1-yons Loop,lhat drain past my property to the south, and towards the complex, Will S[}ZO's storm drain system allow for these creeks and areas of drainage to flow into their system, or will /t back up onto the properties mf Lyons Loop? Under the Plants#1, There were cattail plants around the above-mentioned wetland area, but were mowed down a couple of years ago. Under the Anirna|s#1, animals that need to be included are; coyotes, raccoons, skunks, pheasants and quail. Under the Noise #3, It says 3CJZ(] hours of operation are consistent with the city parks, which close atlU:OOprn. But 5OZO has had events like the dye hard 5hgm till 11:OOpnmwith music, and at some events has had overnight camping, dancing and beer gardens. VVi/| 3OZ[> keep these late-night events/all nights camping on the already developed part of the complex, away from the neighborhoods, or are they going to stop these after 10:00pm events? Under the Land and Shoreline use #13 and recreation#3, SOZO states they are adding park space, and play fields, but I noticed (pre COVID) that their gates were closed during the day unless practices or events were happening. Will the community be able tmgoduring ���� ~~����" 8N�A���� ""�"~*~�m�� �� ��� �� � �n � ~ " � 117 ~ ~ � normal park hours (G.00ann-1O:ODprn) to use these benefits/green space/ play equipment they mentioned? Under the Light andG/ane #4, 5C)ZOstatestheyvviUbe "sensitivetotheneighbmring nesidenoos". The city of Yakima, when dealing with the West Valley Walmart development, � made sure that VVa|rnart use special lights and spacing for their parking lots to decrease light pollution into the neighborhood to the west. Will 3[)Z(] have tu follow the same guidelines for their lights as they get closer to the neighborhoods? Under Transportation #8, 3OZ[} mentions "neighboring properties that could serve as event parking |ots". Where are these properties? And will SOZO help the close by neighborhoods with signage, security, and possible towing for people who choose to park in front of driveways, and on private property? | have been to many tournaments all over this � state as parent and know that people will park anywhere tu avoid having to pay $5-$10 � parking fees. � On the map showing the revised lots, what is the plan for revised lot 77 There /s nothing � describing what it will be. Will it be grass, dirt a parking lot until they know what to do with it? Also, what will the 100ft buffer zone be? Grass, gravel, etc.? I know that SOZO is a public and private partnership and answering some of these questions will depend on |fitis treated as public orprivate. But |tis mentioned that this isa park area that contributes to the cityofYakima Parks Department plans. And that it is o benefit to the community. It sounds like /t is to be considered a city park. 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Being the property owners of a house directly adjacent to the north boundary of parcel 18133433403, we read with great interest the current application. Let us start by saying that we realize that having a sports complex the caliber of the one envisioned by Sozo Sports has many benefits to the Yakima region and we hope that both Sozo and we can be good neighbors to each other. As part of being good neighbors, clear consistent communication will be important. Moving forward, the current request brings up several important issues, and this probably would be a good time for discussion of the overall plans for these parcels, which seemed to have changed from those articulated in earlier meetings. 1) Our first question is why is it necessary to rezone an entire 60 acres from "Suburban Residential" to "General Commercial" if most of this area will be developed into soccer fields and parkland, with the only commercial activity being vendors that "support spectators, visitors, and participants" at the Sozo complex? To the uninstructed eye,the request being put forward would be more appropriate for a small shopping mall than for sports fields and parkland. We have a major concern that once this land is zoned for general commercial, significantly more commercial operations can move in than may be initially detailed (and virtually none are detailed at this point in the application). More information on future plans seems to be needed before taking this significant step. How much of the 60 acres will be devoted to retail businesses and how much will be used for soccer fields and parkland? Would it be possible and preferable to restrict the commercial development (and thus rezoned area) to the portions of the property that are distant from the adjacent residential properties so as to limit the negative impact of this development on the adjacent residential community? Other Yakima city parks appear to be zoned R-1. If the intent of Sozo Sports is, as detailed in this application, primarily to become soccer and other sports fields in a parklike setting, this R-1 classification seems much more appropriate for the majority of this land, and will preserve the integrity of the surrounding residential neighbors more than changing the entire 60 acres to a commercial property. S. 123 Rhodes comments on RZ#003-20& SEPA#020-20 2) Noise and light pollution from this sports complex already is a problem, even with the current fields that are far removed from our house. As new fields are built closer, and are eventually almost in our backyard, this is something that could be a huge issue! Currently, the field lights shine into our house and when walking in our backyard at night, we are blinded by the light if we look to the southeast (towards the Sozo fields). This is from fields currently in the developed region of the park; how much worse will it be when the proposed lights are installed much closer to our property? Our recollection of the public meeting five years ago, which preceded the first zoning changes requested by Sozo, was that the community was promised that Sozo would install fencing and shrubbery to shield the neighborhood from the field lights—as well as the explanation that much of the 60 acres currently in question would be turned more into a city park with walking trails than in to sports fields. The current request states "The intent is for the lighting to not exceed the boundaries of the property since it will be focused inward on the fields, not outward to the edges of the park or residences." (Section B "Light and Glare", item 2). Can the Zoning Commission put in place a mechanism to ensure that Sozo follows through on their promises? Could the Zoning Commission require that an independent engineeringaudit of Sozo's hhtin2 to ensure that the final lighting design fulfills the intent expressed in the Application? The current Application for the zoning variance notes that our neighborhood already is negatively impacted by the noise from the airport (B. Environmental Elements, "Noise", section 1); however, in their 11/6/15 Application (CL2#014-15, CAO#003-15, SEPA#035-15) (B. Environmental Elements, 7 b."Noise"), Sozo listed other noise in the area as "minimum air traffic from Yakima Airport"—an assessment with which we agree. We have two comments relative to noise associated with these changes. First, the cheering of crowds from the Sozo fields is much more constant and seems to be louder than the occasional airport noise. Second, the airport existed before our subdivision was built and the negative impact of the airport on our neighborhood presumably was factored into the cost of our property when we purchased it. Any negative change in property values resulting from the zoning changes requested by Sozo will be losses that are sustained by the current property owners. To decrease the crowd noise, perhaps moving the fields further from the boundaries with the houses (placing storage sheds closer to the houses, rather than the fields near property lines), erecting the 6-foot shielding fence and shrubbery as promised (which has NOT been erected, at least by our property yet), and keeping activities early in the morning and at night concentrated on the fields furthest from houses. 3) We were informed several years ago that our property now is considered part of the 100 year flood plan, along with some of the adjacent Sozo fields. This is a significant concern for us. Currently, our property is at a higher elevation than the Sozo property to the south of us. It is imperative to us that the elevation of that land not be raised and that water will flow away from our property line that we share with Sozo Sports, instead of towards us. 2 ir • r 124 Rhodes comments on RZ#003-20&SEPA#020-20 4)Our property, along with our neighbors, is supplied by water from wells. While we note that Sozo will use city water for drinking water, there is no mention of the water to be used in irrigating the numerous sports fields. What mitigation factors can be put in place to ensure the irrigation water usage by Sozo does not adversely affect our well water supply? 5) If Sozo anticipates that their complex will generate only 141 cars "in" and 73 cars"out" at peak hours, why is Sozo planning on building a parking lot that will accommodate over 1,000 vehicles? Has the impact of this development on local traffic been underestimated or is the large parking lot needed for some other purpose (e.g. a shopping mall?)? 6) In case it is important in the decisions being made, the list of birds and animals in this area was much abbreviated on the application. In addition to those listed (B. Environmental Elements, "Animals", item 1), we commonly have coyotes, racoons, skunks, moles, pheasants, owls, killdeers, quails, magpies, ducks, and geese. Again, thank you for the opportunity to read and submit feedback and questions on this application for rezoning. If we can clarify anything in this letter, please don't hesitate to let us know. 1 I 3 • 1 25 State of astungton T •F FI IL LIF South Central Region 3— 1 701 S 24th Avenue, Yakima, WA 98902-5720 Telephone (509) 575-2740 . Fax (509) 575-2474 January 11, 2021 Joan Davenport, AICP Community Development Director City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Subject: State Environmental Policy Act Document, Comments on Preliminary Notice, Sozo Sports of Central WA,Yakima County,RZ#003-20 & SEPA#020-20. Dear Joan, The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW)has reviewed the above-referenced State Environmental Policy Act(SEPA), received on January 11, 2021, and offers the following comments at this time. Other comments may be offered as the project progresses. Aerial photography evidence from 1998 and 2002 indicates that the site contains a spring and other wetland features. However, photography since 2005 indicates that those features were filled, as they cannot be identified any longer. Four of the five subject parcels revealed those wetland features. 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