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2001- 3~ • ~ ORDINANCE NO.3 SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TOWN CODE, TITLE 12, CHAPTER 6 TO THE TOWN OF VAIL ZONING REGULATIONS TO ALLOW FOR THE ADDITION OF ARTICLE I. HOUSING {H) DISTRICT; AMENDING CHAPTER 4, DISTRICTS ESTABLISHED; AMENDING SECTION 1275-2: GRFA REQUIREMENTS BY ZONE DISTRICT, AMENDING TITLE 72 SIGN REGULATIONS, CHAPTER 4, SIGN CATEGORIES, SECTION 11-4A-'!: SIGNS PERMITTED IN ZONING DISTRICTS AND SETTING FORTH DETAILS 1N REGARD THERETO. WHEREAS, the Planning and Environmental Commission of the Town of Vail has held public hearings on the proposed amendments in accordance with the provisions of the Town Code of the Town of Vail; and WHERlwAS, the Planning and Environmental Commission of the Town of Vail has recommended approval of these amendments at its January 22, 2001 meeting, and has submitted its recommendation to the Vail Town Council; and WHEREAS, the Planning and Environmental Commission finds that the proposed amendments further the development objectives of the Town of Vail; and WHEREAS, the Vail Town Council considers housing a high priority and recognizes the Town's role in providing quality living conditions for the community's workforce. WHEREAS, the Vail Town Council recognizes the need to provide for adequate si#es for employee pausing within the Town; and WHEREAS, the Vail Town Council considers it reasonable, appropriate, and necessary to adopt a new zone district to encourage and facilitate the developmen# of employee housing; and WHEREAS, the Vail Town Council considers it in the interest of the public health, safety, and welfare to adopt these amendments to the Zoning Regulations. NOW, THEREI=ORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE. TOWN OF VAIL, COLORADO, THAT: Section 1. The purpose of this ordinance is to adopt the Housing Zone District, which is intended to provide for adequate sites for employee housing, which, because of the nature and characteristics of employee housing, cannot be adequately regulated by the development standards of other residential zoning districts. Section 2. Title 12, Chapter B, adding new Article I. Housing District, to read as follows: ARTICLE I. HOUSING {H) DISTRICT SECTION: 12-61-1: Purpose 12-81-2; Permitted Uses 12-61-3: Conditional Uses • • • 12-61-4: Accessory Uses 12-61-5: Setbacks 12-61-~: Site Coverage 12-61-7: Landscaping and Site Development 12-Eat-8: Parking and Loading 12-61-9: Location of Business Activity 12-61-11]; Other Development Standards 12-t?I-11: Development Plan Required 12-61-12: Development Plan Contents 12-61-13; Development Standards/Criteria for Evaluation 12-GI-1: PURPOSE: The Housing District is intended to provide adequate sites for deed restricted employee housing which, because of the nature and characteristics of employee housing, cannot be adequately regulated by the development standards prescribed for other residential zoning districts. It is necessary in this district to provide development standards specifically prescribed for each development proposal or project to achieve the purposes prescribed in Section 12-1-2 of this Title and to provide for the public welfare. Certain nonresidential uses are allowed as conditional uses, which are intended to be incidental and secondary to the residential uses of the District. The Housing District is intended to ensure that employee housing permitted in the District is appropriately located and designed to meet the needs of residents of Vail, to harmonize with surrounding U5e5, and to ensure adequate light, air, open spaces, and other amenities appropriate to the allowed types of uses. 12-fii-2: PERMITTED USES: The following uses shall be permitted in the H District: ^eed restricted employee housing units. Passive outdoor recreation areas, and open space. Pedestrian and bike paths. 12-61-3: CONDITIONAL USES: Generally: The following conditional uses shall be permitted in the H District, subject to issuance of a conditional use permit in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 16 of this Title: Commercial uses which are secondary and incidental (as determined by the Planning and Environmental Commission) #o the use of deed restricted employee housing and specifically serving the needs of the residents, and developed in conjunction with deed restricted employee housing, in which case the following uses may be allowed subject #o a conditional use permit: Banks and financial institutions. Eating and drinking establishments. Health clubs. Personal services, including but not limited to, laundromats, beauty and barber shops, tailor shops, and similar services, Retail stores and establishments. Dwelling units (not employee housing units) subject to the following criteria to be evaluated by the Planning and Environmental Commission: A. Dwelling units are created solely for the purpose of subsidizing employee housing on the property. 13. Dwelling units are not the primary use of the property. The GRFA far dwelling units shall not exceed 30% of the total GRFA constructed on the property. Dwelling units are only created in conjunction with deed res#ricted employee housing. Dwelling units are compatible with the proposed uses and buildings on the site and are compatible with buildings and uses on adjacent properties. Outdoor Patios Public and private schools and educational institutions, including day-care facilities. Public buildings and grounds. Public parks. Public utilities installations including transmission lines and appurtenant equipment. 12-61-4: ACCESSORY USES; The following accessory uses shall be permitted in the H District: • • • Home occupations, subject to issuance of a home occupation permit in accordance with the provisions of Section 12-14-12 of this Title. Minor Arcades Private greenhouses, tool sheds, playhouses, attached garages or carports, swimming pools, or recreation facilities customarily incidental to permitted residential uses. Other uses customarily incidental and accessory to permitted or conditional uses, and necessary for the operation thereof. 12-61-5: SETBACKS: The setbacks in this district shall be 20' from the perimeter of the zone district. At the discretion of the Planning and Environmental Commission, variations to the setback standards may be approved during the review of a development plan subject to the applicant demonstrating compliance with the following criteria: Proposed building setbacks provide necessary separation between buildings and riparian areas, geologically sensitive areas and other environmentally sensitive areas. Proposed building setbacks will provide adequate availability of light, air and open space. Proposed building setbacks will provide a compatible relationship with buildings and uses on adjacent properties. Proposed building setbacks will result in creative design solutions ar other public benefits that could not otherwise be achieved by conformance with prescribed setback standards. Variations to the 20 ft. setback shall not be allowed on property lines adjacent to HR, SI=R, R, PS, and RC zoned properties, unless a variance is approved by the Planning and Environmental Commission pursuant to Chapter 17 of this Title. 12-fit-fi: SITE COVERAGE: Site coverage shall not exceed fifty-five percent (55%) of the total site area. At the discretion of the Planning and Environmental Commission, site coverage may be increased if 75% of the required parking spaces are underground or enclosed, thus reducing the impacts of surface paving provided within a development, and that the minimum landscape area requirement is met. 12-fit-7: LANDSCAPING AND SITE DEVELOPMENT: At least thirty percent (30%) of the total site area shall be landscaped. The minimum width and length of any area qualifying as landscaping shall be fifteen feet (15') with a minimum area not less than three hundred (300) square feet. 12-fit-8: PARKING AND LQADING Off-street parking shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 10 of this Title. No parking or loading area shall be located within any required setback area. At the discretion of the Planning and Environmental Commission, variations to the parking standards outlined in Chapter 10 may be approved during the review of a development plan subject to a Parking Management Plan. The Parking Management Plan shall be approved by the Planning and Environmental Commission and shall provide for a reduction in the parking requirements based an a demonstrated need for fewer parking spaces than Chapter 10 of this title would require. For example, a demonstrated need for a reduction in the required parking could include: Proximity or availability of alternative modes of transportation including, but not limited to, public transit ar shuttle services. A limitation placed in the deed restrictions limiting the number of cars for each unit. A demonstrated permanent program including, but not limited to, rideshare programs, carshare programs, shuttle service, or staggered work shifts. 12-fit-9: LOCATION OF BUSINESS ACTIVITY: Limitation; Exception: All conditional uses by 12-61-3 of this Article, shall be operated and conducted entirely within a building, except for permitted loading areas and such activities as may be specifically authorized to be unenclosed by a conditional use permit and the outdoor display of goods. Outdoor Display Areas; The area #o be used for outdoor disp lay must be located directly in front of the establishment displaying the goads and entirely upon the establishment's awn property. Sidewalks, building entrances and exits, driveways and streets shall not be obstructed by outdoor display. 12-61-10: OTHER DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS: Prescribed By Planning and Environmental Commission: In the H District, development standards in each of the following categories shall be as prescribed by the Planning and Environmental Commission: • • • Lot area and site dimensions. Building height. Density control {including gross residential floor area). 12~61~11: DEVELOPMENT PLAN REQUIRED: A. Compatibility With Intent: To ensure the unified development, the protection of the natural environment, the compatibility with the surrounding area and to assure that development in the Housing District will meet the intent of the District, a development plan shall be required. Plan Process And Procedures: The proposed development plan shall be in accordance with Section 12-BI-12 of this Article and shall be submitted by the developer to the Administrator, who shall refer it to the Planning and Environmental Commission, which shall consider the plan at a regularly scheduled meeting. Hearing: The public hearing before the Planning and Environmenta! Commission shall be held in accordance with Section 12-3-6 of this Title. The Planning and Environmental Commission may approve the application as submitted, approve the application with conditions or modifications, or deny the application. The decision of the Planning and Environmental Commission may be appealed #o the Town Council in accordance with Section 12-3-3 of this Title. Plan As Guide: The approved development plan shall be used as the principal guide for all development within the Housing District. Amendment Process: Amendments to the approved development plan will be considered in accordance with the provisions of Section 12-9A-10 of this Title. Design Review Board Approval Required: The development plan and any subsequent amendments thereto shall require the approval of the Design Review Board in accordance with the applicable provisions of Chapter 11 of this Title prior to the commencement of site preparation. 1Z-61-12: DEVELOPMENT PLAN CONTENTS: Submit With Application: The following information and ma#erials shall be submitted with an application for a proposed development plan. Certain submittal requirements may be waived or modified by the Administrator if it is demonstrated that the material to be waived or modified is not applicable to the review criteria, ar that other practical solutions have been reached. Application form and filing fee. A written statement describing the project including informafion on the nature of the development proposed, proposed uses, and phasing plans. A survey stamped by a licensed surveyor indicating existing conditions of the property to be included in the development plan, including the location of improvements, existing cookouts, natural features, existing vegetation, watercourses, and perimeter property lines of the parcel. A title report, including Schedules A and 64. Plans depicting existing conditions of the parcel (site plan, floor plans, elevations, etc.), if applicable. A complete zoning analysis of the existing and proposed development including a square footage ana{ysis of all proposed uses, parking spaces, etc. A site plan at a scale not smaller than one inch equals twenty feet {1" = 20'), showing the location and dimensions of ail existing and proposed buildings and structures, al! principal site developmen# features, vehicular and pedestrian circulation systems and proposed contours and drainage plans. Building eleva#ions, sections and floor plans at a scale not smaller than one-eighth inch equals one foot (118" = 1'), in sufficient detail to determine floor area, circulation, location of uses and scale and appearance of the proposed development. A vicinity plan showing existing and proposed improvemen#s in relation #o all adjacent properties at a scale not smaller than one inch equals fifty feet (1" = 50'). Photo overlays and/or other acceptable visual techniques for demonstrating the visual impact of the proposed development on public and private property in the vicinity of the proposed development plan. An architectural or massing model at a scale sufficient to depict the proposed development in relationship to existing development on the site and on adjacent parcels. A landscape plan at a scale not smaller than one inch equals twenty feet {1" = 20'), showing existing landscape features to be retained and removed, proposed landscaping and other site development features such as recreation facilities, paths and trails, plazas, walkways and water features. • • An environmental impact report in accordance with Chapter 12 of this Title unless waived by Section 12-12-3 of this Title. Any additional information or material as deemed necessary by Administrator. Copies Required; Model: With the exception of the model, four {4) complete copies of the above information shall be submitted at the time of the application. When a model is required, it shall be submitted a minimum of two {2) weeks prior to the first formal review of the Planning and Environmental Commission. At the discretion of the Administrator, reduced copies in eight and one-half inches by eleven inches (8 112" x 11 ") format of ail of the above information and additional copies for distribution to the Planning and Environmental Commission, Design Review Board and Town Council may be required. 12-61-13: DEVELOPMENT STANDARDSICRITERIA FOR EVALUATION: The following criteria shall be used as the principal means for evaluating a proposed development plan. It shall be the burden of the applicant to demonstrate that the proposed development plan complies with all applicable design criteria: Building design with respect to architecture, character, scale, massing and orientation is compatible with the site, adjacent properties and the surrounding neighborhood. Buildings, improvements, uses and activities are designed and located to produce a functional development plan responsive to the site, the surrounding neighborhood and uses, and the community as a whole. Open space and landscaping are both functional and aesthetic, are designed to preserve and enhance the natural features of the site, maximize opportunities for access and use by the public, provide adequate buffering between the proposed uses and surrounding properties, and when possible, are integrated with existing open space and recreation areas. A pedestrian and vehicular circulation system designed to provide safe, efficient and aesthetically pleasing circulation to the site and throughout the development. Environmental impacts resulting from the proposal have been identified in the project's environmental impact report, if not waived, and all necessary mitigating measures are implemented as a part of the proposed development plan. Compliance wi#h the Vail Comprehensive Plan and other applicable plans. Section 3. Title 12, Chapter 4, Section 12-4-1: Designated is hereby amended to add the following zone district: Housing District (H} Section 4. Title 12, Chapter 15, Section 12-15-2: GRFA Requirements by Zone Disfricf is hereby amended as follows: Modify by adding the Housing Zone District to table as follows: Section 12-15-2: GRFA Requirements by Zone District Zone District GRFA RatiolPercentaae GRFA Credits H Housing Per PEC approval none Section 5. Title 11, Chapter 4, Section 11-4A-1: Signs Permiffed in Zoning Disfricfs, is hereby amended by adding the Housing Zane District to the first category of signs. Section 6. If any part, section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance is for any reason held to be invalid, such decision shall not effect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance; and the Town Council hereby declares it would have passed this ordinance, and each part, section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase thereof, regardless of the fact that any one or more parts, sections, subsections, sentences, clauses or phrases be declared invalid. • • i Section 7. The Town Council hereby finds, determines and declares that this ordinance is necessary and proper for the health, safety and welfare of the Town of Vai! and the inhabitants thereof. Section 8. The amendment of any provision of the Town Code as provided in this ordinance shall not affect any right which has accrued, any duty imposed, any violation that occurred prior to the effective date hereof, any prosecution commenced, nor any other action or proceeding as commenced under or by virtue of the provision amended. The amendment of any provision hereby shall not revive any provision ar any ordinance previously repealed or superseded unless expressly stated herein. Section 9. All bylaws, orders, resolutions and ordinances, or parts thereof, inconsistent herewith are repeated to the extent only of such inconsistency. This repealer shall not be construed to revise any bylaw, order, resolution or ordinance, or part thereof, theretofore repeated. INTRODUCED, READ ON FIRST READING, APPROVED, AND ORDERED PUBLISHED ONCE IN FULL ON FIRST READING this 20th day of February, 20D1 and a public hearing for second reading of #his Ordinance set for the Bth day of March, 2441, in the Council Chambers of the Vail Municipal Building, Vait, Colorado. ., - ~ E A ~• Attest: .. J,,,1 e ~~.' ti , . _~ . `tore i Donal son, Town Clerk ~~ ~ Ludwig Kurz, M~ READ AND APPROVED ON SECOND READING AND ORDERED PUBLISHED BY TITLE ONLY this 4tn day of March, 2001. Attest: ~,~~~ f :~ ~~ . ,`; sE~~ i ~''~°'q,~~'n1 pia ~D~. `~'`~ ~~. Ludwig Kurz, I+~yor /~ Y ~"~ UI „uli;tf{It~ _ n/~,, et aD,'!So/1n~/aYI'dson, Town Clerk cn .~ C~ -i cn cn ~ ~ Q ~ Q ~ ~, O i"n ~, ~ ~ 7 ~ ~ _ r Q Cl ~ Q C~ Ez N . ~ ~ ~ ~ p `n Z rn ~ ~ ~ ~ ~p C5 N ~ ~ O O ~ ~ ~ ~ a ~ CJ ~ L'2 (D ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ N d r y {`? ~ tD fl ~ C1 Q- ~ p ~ t? ~ 'X ~' G cr, ~ c 3 ~' ~ ~ 'O ~ ~ ~~_ ~ Q o ~ ~ ~ ~ a ~ 1 ~ ~, ~, ~ Q ~ Q ~ m Q ~, ~ o c~ c~ ~, a -~ ~ r ~ Q r~ ~ N ~ ~ ~_ ~ ~ o a ~~? 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