Approved

Marcola Meadows Final Master Plan Modification

Case: 811-20-000225-TYP3
Type III Final Master Plan Modification. Proposal to modify the Marcola Meadows Final Master Plan configuration to incorporate additional single-unit dwellings along with a future public school site, church site, commercial site, and multi-family residential site. Proposed modifications are to bring the Marcola Meadows Master Plan into conformity with recently-approved zoning changes on portions of the property. The proposal would also modify the Final Master Plan phasing boundaries, timelines for completion, and naming/numbering system.

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Files

AIS for Marcola Meadows Final Master Plan Modification ( 0.07 MB )
ATT 1 - staff report for final master plan modification ( 1.24 MB )
ATT 2 - application and exhibits ( 52.95 MB )
ATT 3 - Ordinance 6422 ( 3.65 MB )
ATT 4 - Final Order - Marcola Meadows Final Master Plan Amendment ( 0.78 MB )
Vicinity Map ( 0.29 MB )
Final Master Plan Modification Process and Approval Criteria

Springfield Development Code – Section 5.13-133 Final Master Plan Criteria

A. Criteria. The Approval Authority shall grant Final Master Plan approval upon finding that:

    1. The Final Master Plan substantially conforms to the provisions of the Preliminary Master Plan approval; and

    2. All approval conditions have been met or can be guaranteed to be met.


Springfield Development Code – Section 5.13-135 Final Master Plan Modifications

A proposed Final Master Plan modification, or a proposed modification to a Master Plan approved prior to the effective date of this regulation,  shall be processed under the applicable procedures described below:

A. The following modifications to a Final Master Plan shall be processed under Type I procedure. These modifications include a request:

     1. By the applicant to modify the Master Plan phasing schedule for a specific phase of development when the proposed change does not affect the construction of scheduled public

         improvements;

     2. By the City based on the requirement to implement newly adopted State or Federal regulations; or

     3. By the applicant for a one time extension of the approved time limit for up to 3 years.  An extension request shall be filed in writing with the Director at least 60 days prior to the

         expiration of the initial 7-year period.  If the applicant has made reasonable progress, as determined by the Director, in the implementation of the Final Master Plan and public services

         and public facilities will be available to serve the site, the time line extension will be granted.

     4. By the applicant for modifications that are less than the 10 percent thresholds specified in those specific instances specified in Subsection B., below.

B. The following modifications to the Final Master Plan shall be processed under Type II procedure, unless the Director determines that the proposed modification should be reviewed as a

     Type III procedure, based on the proposed size of the Master Plan site; and/or the availability/capacity of public facilities; and/or impacts to adjacent properties including, but not limited

      to noise and traffic.  These modifications include a request:

      1. By the applicant if a proposed permitted non-residential use, for example, a church or a school, affects the approved Final Master Plan residential density;

      2. By the applicant for 10 percent or greater increases or decreases in the overall gross floor area of commercial, industrial or public buildings; the number of dwelling units; building

          height; and the location or building mass of the primary structure (as defined in this Code);

      3. By the applicant for increases or decreases in the amount of approved or required parking by a factor of 10 percent or greater. The applicant shall provide a new parking analysis

          related to the proposal;

      4. By the applicant for a Zoning Map amendment or Discretionary Use application;

      5. By the applicant for proposals that would increase the number of PM peak-hour vehicular trips by 10 percent or greater, except in cases where a trip cap has been imposed on

          development of the property. Where such a trip cap is in effect, a modification of the land use decision that imposed the trip cap shall be required. In all cases, the applicant shall

          provide a Traffic Impact Analysis supporting the proposal;

      6. By the applicant to alter the placement of interior streets by 10 percent or greater from their approved location, as long as the modification maintains the connectivity established by

          the approved Final Master Plan.

      7. By the City or the applicant when essential public infrastructure cannot be provided;

      8. By the applicant to modify the Master Plan phasing schedule for a specific phase of development when the proposed change affects the construction of scheduled public

          improvements;

      9. By the applicant for extension of the Final Master Plan time limit beyond the maximum approved time limit of 7 years or the extension permitted in Subsection B.3., above. In no case 

          shall the extension exceed 15 years from the date of Final Master Plan approval as specified in Subsection 5.13-133C. An extension request shall be filed in writing with the Director at

          least 60 days prior to the expiration of the initial 7 year period or any subsequently approved extensions. The time line extension will be granted provided the applicant has made 

          reasonable progress in the implementation of the Final Master Plan and public services and facilities remain available;

    10. By the applicant for a change to the approved Final Master Plan boundary.

C. Proposed Final Master Plan modifications other than those described in Subsections A. and B., above, shall require the submittal of a new Preliminary Master Plan application.

D. The following modifications to the Final Master Plan do not require subsequent land use review and are allowed upon issuance of a building permit, if required:

      1. Building interior improvements;

      2. Exterior improvements associated with existing buildings that do not involve a change in floor area, subject to all applicable base zone development and design standards and 

          relevant conditions of approval as approved in the Final Master Plan;

      3. Installation of new mechanical or electrical equipment, or modification of existing equipment, subject to all applicable base zone development and design standards and relevant 

          conditions of approval as approved in the Final Master Plan; and/or

      4. Routine maintenance of existing buildings, facilities and landscaping.

E. A Pre-Submittal Meeting application, as specified in Section 5.1-120C., is required prior to the formal submittal of the Final Master Plan modification application.

F. For all Final Master Plan modification applications described in Subsections A and B, above, the applicant shall demonstrate compliance with the following:

      1. Any applicable Preliminary Master Plan criteria of approval specified in Section 5.13-125; and

      2. Any other applicable standard of this Code that may be required to justify the proposed modification.

G. The Master Plan procedures in Appendix 3 of this Code regarding Master Plan Modifications and/or new Master Plans shall apply to properties within the Glenwood Riverfront Plan

     District, Section 3.4-200, until these regulations are updated. (6238)  

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