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01-11-2000 CC Rpt C02 COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT cRErry ?Aro Meeting Date: January 11,2000 VO -3 X26 Public Hearing: 0 (11. P3 Discussionitem: 0 ���` 4u rrrvr--arConsent Item - t� ... ' DATE: January 4, 2000 TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER SUBJECT: EXTENSION OF TIME FOR THE ENTITLEMENTS FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT PORTION OF THE LENNAR POWER CENTER. RECOMMENDATION: The Planning Commission recommends that the City Council approve the extension of time for the entitlements for the commercial/entertainment portion of the Lennar Power Center for a period of twenty four(24)months, subject to the conditions of approval. BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS: At its November 1.8, 1997 meeting,the Planning Commission recommended to the City Council approval of a Preliminary Development Plan Amendment and approval in concept of a Final Development Plan,to allow the development of the Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex. The approval included a 20-screen theater, a 100-unit three-story hotel, a service station, three restaurants/fast food pads,retail stores, an entertainment/recreational facility, and a day care center. In response to the Commission's direction at its initial October 21, 1997 meeting, staff required the applicant to submit a viewshed analysis and hotel market feasibility study. The viewshed analysis determined that the hotel and the other buildings, to be constructed on the site, would not obstruct the views from the surrounding neighborhoods at the northeast corner of Chino Avenue and Peyton Drive and south of Chino Avenue. The feasibility study identified the need for a hotel in the area. On November 18, 1999,the Planning Commission, after reviewing the viewshed analysis and hotel feasibility study recommended approval of the project. Subsequent to the Planning Commission's action on this project, the City Council held a public hearing on December 9, 1997, at which time the Council approved the project. As part of its F) action,the City Council added a condition of approval requiring that the hotel owner/operator be subject to City Council review and approval prior to the establishment of such a use on the property. Cezaf Agenda Date: January 11, 10 Page 2 SUBJECT: EXTENSION OF TIME FOR THE ENTITLEMENTS FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT PORTION OF THE LENNAR POWER CENTER. The approved entitlements for the Commercial/Entertainment Center are consistent with the applicable provisions of the City's General Plan,PD 17-127,the C-G Zoning District, and the Development Code. REQUEST FOR AN EXTENSION OF TIME: The applicant has requested an extension of time for the entitlements for their project. At the December 9, 1999 Planning Commission meeting,the Planning Commission recommended that the City Council grant the extension of time for the Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex for a period of twenty four(24)months. Over the past two years, the primary focus for tenant attraction activities has been on the northern portion of the Power Center site(Costco, Lowe's, Sport Chalet, Say-On etc.). As the northern portion of the Power Center becomes closer to being fully leased, the primary focus for tenant attraction will shift to the Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex. The Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex is scheduled to be the final phase of the Lennar Power Center development. Various tenants are considering this site because of its visibility and close proximity to the Chino Valley Freeway(SR 71). The completion of the Center will provide the citizens of Chino Hills with opportunities to shop, dine, and entertain within the City. FISCAL IMPACT: Once fully leased,the Commercial/Entertainment Center will generate new sales tax revenues to the City. ecommended By, l•� N La Belle, Bruce Coleman, D City anager Community Development Director Attachments: Resolution Conditions of Approval Planning Commission Staff Report-December 7, 1999 Planning Commission Staff Report-November 18, 1997 Planning Commission Staff Report- October 21, 1997 002 G i .w'.w1R r RESOLUTION NO. 00R-05 ni A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA GRANTING AN EXTENSION OF TIME TO AMENDED PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN NO. 97-01,FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ROLLING RIDGE ESTATES COMMERCIAL/ENTERTAINMENT CENTER WITHIN THE ROLLING RIDGE ESTATES PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PD 17-127 (LENNAR PARTNERS, INC.) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. That the City Council of the City of Chino Hills does hereby find, determine and declare, as follows: A. The applicant, Lennar Partners, Inc., has submitted an application requesting an extension of time for entitlements pertaining to the development of the Commercial/Entertainment Center within the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development (PD 17-127). B. The extension of time would allow development of a Commercial/Entertainment Center with up to a maximum of 219,393 square feet of building area on an approximately 30 acre project site at the northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway and Chino Avenue. C. Notice of the City Council's public hearing on the extension of time request for the Commercial/Entertainment Center project was provided as required by applicable law. D. A duly noticed public hearing was held by the City Council on January 11, 2000, at which time the Council reviewed the extension of time and received public comment and testimony thereon. E. The project site is designated as "Commercial" on the Land Use Map of the City's General Plan. F. . The proposed Commercial/Entertainment Center is considered a typical commercial type use. G. The proposed extension of time will not have a significant effect on the environment, based on the prior environmental review conducted. Thus, the extension of time request is exempt from additional CEQA requirements. SECTION 2. The City Council does hereby approve a 24 month extension of time to Preliminary Development Plan 97-01, to expire December 9, 2001,based on the findings included within this resolution and subject to the original Conditions of Approval incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 3. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED,APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 11th day of January , 2000. LIL G. CR MM4, MAYOR ATTEST: A acit.ic LINDA D. RUTH, CIT CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK NSLEY, CITY ATTOR EY STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, LINDA D. RUTH, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. OOR- 05 , was duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Chino Hills City Council held on the 11th day of January , 2000 by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: WICKMAN, GRAHAM, LARSON, NORTON-PERRY, AND THALMAN NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE csisplat LINDA D. RUTH, CI Y CLERK (SEAL) The foregiong is the original of Resolution No. OOR-05 duly passed and adopted by the Chino Hills City Council at their regular meeting held January 11, 2000. (SEAL) (iDeljr44-14&.,Crwt LINDA D. RUTH, CITY CLERK 1 , - I cid counroz_ REsoLvnQ,N q7R-9q adfrii a -._ r. ATTACHMENT NO. 1 i DATE_ ia[04113± . 3r"-:" CITY OF CHINO HILLS - Cond a1---- --------= -.fr t Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 for '<< Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center CITY OF CHINO HILLS 1. The approval of this amended Preliminary Development Plan (PDP)for the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex to be constructed within the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development (PD W17-127) shall be null and void five years from the date of approval, unless building permits have been issued and substantial construction has taken place. Where circumstances beyond the control of the applicant or its successors in interest cause delays which do not permit compliance with the five year time limitation, the Planning Commission shall hold a public hearing on the extension request and may recommend to the City Council that an extension of time be granted by the Community Development Director for the PDP for a period not to exceed an additional 36 months. Any application for an extension of time shall be filed with the Community Development Director or his designee at least 30 calendar days prior to the expiration date of the PDP approval. The applicant or its successors in interest shall be responsible for initiating any extension of time application, and for payment of the fees for processing of same. 2. The applicant and its successors in interest shall indemnify, protect, defend, and hold harmless, the City, and any agency or instrumentality thereof, and its elected and appointed officials, officers, employees, and agents from and against any and all liabilities, claims, actions, causes of action, proceedings, suits, damages, judgments, liens, levies, costs, and expenses of whatever nature, including reasonable attorney's fees and disbursements (collectively"Claims") arising out of or in any way relating to this project, any discretionary actions related to the development of the project, or the environmental review conducted under California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq., for the project. The City shall promptly notify the applicant or its successors in interest of any such Claims brought against the City. The City shall further cooperate fully in defense of the action. Should the City fail to either promptly notify or cooperate fully in defense of the action, the applicant or its successors in interest shall not, thereafter, be responsible to indemnify, protect, defend, or hold harmless the City, any agency or instrumentality thereof, or any of its elected and appointed officials, officers, employees, or agents. 3. If the City Attorney is required to enforce any of the project Conditions of Approval, all costs that are borne by the City in such enforcement, including Attorney's fees, shall be paid for by the applicant or its successors in interest. City of Chino Hills -Page 1 of 6 - December 9, 1997 006 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc Co imercial/Entertainment Center Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 Conditions of Approval 4. If approved, the PDP Amendment would amend the approved Preliminary Development Plan for the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development (PUD) by amending and/or establishing the development standards and design guidelines for the approximately 30 acre general commercial/entertainment center project. a. The applicant has concurrently filed and application requesting approval of a Final Development Plan (FDP) to allow development of the approximately 30 acre project site as a commercial/entertainment center complex. The complex is to include general commercial land uses, including a 70,000 square foot, multi- screen theater, a 100 unit/three story hotel, a service station, three restaurants, specialty retail stores, a day care center comprising approximately 191,650 square feet of buildings. (The FDP covers Parcel 7 and Parcel D of Parcel Map No. 14996 and Parcels 2 and 3 of Parcel Map No. 10048). b. All related project Conditions of Approval for the amended PDP for the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development [(PUD) File PD W17-127)]1 the FDP, and the associated 1981 PUD Environmental Impact Report shall be concurrently completed at the applicable phase of the project with respect to and including, but not limited to, grading, map recordation, building plan check, and occupancy of the project, subject to the review and approval of the City. c. The health and welfare of the City and its residents are best served by a hotel, which generates significant transient occupancy taxes for the City. The City is amending the PDP including allowing the proposed hotel to exceed the City's standard height requirements based upon the City's right to approve the hotel owner and operator. The City has an interest in the long-term viability and aesthetics of the hotel located on the property. The hotel owner operator shall be subject to review and approval of the City Council prior to establishment of such a use on the property. Failure to comply with any of the Conditions shall be deemed just cause for review and revocation of project approval by the City Council upon receiving the Planning Commission's recommendation after the holding of a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed revocation. 5. Development of the project site shall be in substantial conformance with the amended PDP Conditions of Approval and the associated PD W17-127 Conditions of Approval, as they may be amended or expressly superceded. The associated PD W17-127 Conditions of Approval are hereby incorporated into these amended PDP Conditions of Approval as Exhibit "A". The following PD W17-127 Conditions of Approval as set forth in Exhibit "A" are hereby expressly superceded herein these amended PDP Conditions of Approval: Condition No's. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 26a, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34a, 35, 36, 40a, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 57, 59, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 75, 76, 80, 85, 86, 87, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 100, 103, and 104. City of Chino Hills - Page 2 of 6 - December 9, 1997 007 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc CL..imercial/Entertainment Center Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 Conditions of Approval These aforementioned PD Conditions of Approval have been expressly superceded because: a)they have been updated and incorporated into the amended PDP Conditions of Approval, b) they have been completed, or c) they are not applicable to the commercial/entertainment center complex project. All of the PD W 17-127 Conditions of Approval that have not been expressly superceded still apply to the project. A revised PDP incorporating all Conditions of Approval shall be submitted to the Community Development Director or his designee for review and approval prior to the issuance of building permits for any buildings to be constructed on the commercial/entertainment center project site. 6. The development of the project site shall be in substantial conformance with the approved Final Development Plan (FDP) and the associated FDP Conditions of Approval. 7. The development of this project site shall be in substantial conformance with the 1981 PUD EIR Mitigation Measures (which are hereby incorporated into these Conditions of Approval as Exhibit "B"), as they may be expressly superceded herein these amended PDP Conditions of Approval. The following 1981 PUD EIR Mitigation Measures, as set forth in Exhibit "B" are hereby expressly superceded: Measure's, G4, G9, G11, H1, H6, A2, B1, B4, LU1, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, P1, N2, N3, N4, N5, N7, N8, V1, V4, V5, and E2. These aforementioned PUD EIR Mitigation Measures have been expressly superceded because they have been completed or otherwise are not applicable to the commercial entertainment center complex project. 8. The development of the project site shall be in substantial conformance with any and all other applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, and resolutions. 9. The development standards for the project site shall be as set forth on the attached Table 1, Development Standards, for the Lennar Rolling Ridge Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex (See Page 6 of these Conditions for Table 1). The applicable provisions, standards, and requirements of the City's Development Code shall apply to the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex for those items which are not specifically addressed in Table 1 above or in the attached Exhibits "A" and "B". Any ambiguity regarding any applicable provision, standard, or requirement shall be subject to the reasonable interpretation of the Community Development Director or his designee. 10. The design guidelines for the project site shall be as set forth below. Final approval of the building elevations, as well as the colors and materials of the Commercial/Entertainment Center, including all other related design considerations (signs, outdoor lighting, street furniture, et cetera), is to occur later as part of the City's building permit plan check process. Prior to issuance of building permits for any structure to be constructed within the Commercial/Entertainment Center(Center), the applicant or its successors in interest shall submit architectural plans, colors, materials, and details to further define the Center's architectural vocabulary. The plans and related information shall be subject to the review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee. City of Chino Hills -Page 3 of 6 - December 9, 1997 p 008 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc Commercial/Entertainment Center Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 Conditions of Approval a. The architectural design of all buildings and related amenities (which may include benches, tables, trash receptacles, stamped concrete, water fountains, et cetera) to be constructed with the Commercial/Entertainment Center shall be compatible with one another, subject to review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee. Arcades should be used on the main facade of each building and at all building entries to create a sense of unity, enclosure, and shade. All arcades should be internally illuminated to emphasize their forms at night. Towers, gables, roof form changes, or other architectural elements shall be integrated into the arcades to define each building entry. An outdoor plaza of sufficient size with adequate amenities (including such amenities as benches, tables, trash receptacles, a water feature, et cetera shall be provided at the main entrance to the movie theaters to provide for the comfortable enjoyment of the theater customers, subject to the review and approval of the Community Development Director. b. The applicant or its successors in interest shall submit a comprehensive on-site furniture and public amenity program (which program may include, but not be limited to, the provision of benches, tables, trash receptacles, stamped concrete, water fountain, et cetera) for the Commercial/Entertainment Center to the Community Development Director or his designee for review and approval prior to the issuance of building permits. c. Any outdoor vending machines to be located on the project site shall be designed to be an integral part of the architecture of the Commercial/Entertainment Center, subject to the review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee. The vending machines shall not extend out into the pedestrian walkways. d. All trash enclosures shall be designed to be compatible with the established architectural theme of the Commercial/Entertainment Center, subject to review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of permits to construct such enclosures. Adequate landscape screening of all trash enclosures shall be provided to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director or his designee. e. Any transformers, service areas, or trash enclosures to be constructed adjacent to Chino Avenue shall be fully are screened from view through a combination of walls, berms, and landscaping to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director or his designee. City of Chino Hills - Page 4 of 6 - December 9, 1997 009 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc Commercial/Entertainment Center Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 Conditions of Approval f. A detailed on-site lighting plan shall be submitted for review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of permits authorizing construction of the lights. The plan shall indicate the style, illumination levels, location, height, and method of shielding. In order to implement the 1981 PUD EIR Mitigation Measure E6, all "public area lighting, both interior and exterior, should be time-controlled and limited to that necessary for safety and protection." The lighting of the outdoor parking areas shall be designed and maintained in a manner to prevent glare or direct illumination from intruding into any areas outside of the parking lot. g. All roof-mounted equipment shall be fully screened from view of adjacent public streets or shall be visually integrated into the roof treatment of the structures to be constructed within the Commercial/Entertainment Center through the use of a monochrome color scheme or other alternative;. to the_ satisfaction of the Community Development Director or his designee: h. A uniform sign program shall be prepared for the Commercial/Entertainment Center for review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of building permits. Such a program shall be an integral part of the established architectural theme of the Center. 11. The subdivider/developer shall execute and record a covenant for reciprocal parking easement covering the entire site in a form and manner approved by the City Attorney upon the advice of the City Engineer and the Community Development Director pursuant to Chapter 9.170 of the Chino Hills Development Code within 60 days of the approval of this Preliminary Development Plan Amendment..'Notwithstanding the above,-in no event shall any portion of the site be sold to a third party prior to the recordation of such covenant. This covenant shall include provisions to prohibit overnight truck parking on site and shall provide that the City shall be reimbursed for its attorney's fees, costs for staff time, and other costs incurred in enforcing this covenant. In addition, the subdivider/developer shall be required to post all entry drives into the site with appropriate signage addressing, among other items, the prohibition of truck parking and restrictions on the hours that service deliveries can be made (with such service deliveries restricted to the hours of 7 am to 7 pm). City of Chino Hills - Page 5 of 6 - December 9, 1997 010 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc C^,i ercial/Entertainment Center Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 Conditions of Approval TABLE 1, DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, FOR THE LENNAR ROLLING RIDGE REGIONAL COMMERCIAL/ENTERTAINMENT CENTER COMPLEX DEVELOPMENT STANDARD REQUIREMENT Minimum Project Size 20,000 square feet (Gross Leasable Area) Minimum Lot Dimensions • Width 120 feet • Depth 120 feet Maximum Height 50 feet Project Site Landscaping 20% of the project area (excluding those areas located within a public right-of-way) Parking Lot Landscaping 10% of the parking lot (excluding loading areas). The parking lot landscaping may be counted toward the project site area landscaping. Maximum Floor ArewRatio 0.30 FAR • Minimum Front Setback • Setback to Buildings 25 feet from Chino Avenue • Setback to Parking Area 15 feet from Chino Avenue Minimum Side Yard Setback • Street Side 15 feet • All Others 10 feet Minimum Rear Yard Setback 5 feet • City of Chino Hills - Page 6 of 6 - December 9, 1997 4 ROLLING RIDGE ESTATES PUD CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL EXHIBIT "A" 0' 12 ma LSA Associates,Inc. Rolling Ridge Estates PUD Conditions of Approval Timing and Method Measure Applcablel of Compliance Responsibility Office of Planning I 1. The Preliminary Development Plan shall be revised and ap No. Refers to an- Completed. Preliminary Development N/A proved by Planning Commission prior to submission of a Final other site of Rolling Plan was revised. Development Plan so that the neighborhood commercial cen- Ridge Estates. ter and/or the proposed school sites are relocated to more ap- propriate areas which are not adjacent to one another to elimi- nate potential conflict between those two uses. 2. A minimum of 802 acres of the proposed Planned Unit Devel- No. Refers to other Completed.Open space has been pre- N/A opment shall be retained as open space,and a minimum of sites within Rolling served. 402 acres of the required open space shall remain as up- Ridge Estates. graded, natural open space,in accordance with applicant's proposal and using the PUD's ordinance's definition of"open space." 3. Minor revisions or adjustments in the Final Development Plan No. Refers to other Completed.Development/preservation N/A shall be made wherever possible if further detailed analysis sites within Rolling of areas containing prominent features indicates that the opportunity exists to preserve additional sig- ridge Estates. has been completed. niflcant topographic and vegetation features.Such features could include ddgelines,rock outcrops, prominent knolls or hills,major drainage features,unique geologic formations, dominant tree stands and riparian vegetation. 4. The Preliminary Development Plan shall be revised to delete No. Refers to an- Completed,Modification has been made N/A the cul-de-sac and lots extending south adjacent to the pro. other site within to Preliminary Development Plan. posed church site in development area SFD-2C. Rolling Ridge Es- tales. t Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. c' 123/97a1I:'JtOBti\ILfs\C[IINOt114\CONDLT-0* A.B•1 i r s as ill - da a S .-� a l a s a a a • ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 5. The townhouse development area,TH-7b,shall be designed No. Refers to an- Completed.Site has been redesigned. N/A on the Final Development Plan to provide an open space other site within buffer between Highway 71:and the proposed development, Rolling Ridge es- tates. 6. A minimum of 20 percent of the housing in this development No. Refers to rest- Completed.Appropriate affordable N/A shaU be affordable,as defined by the County of San dential develop- housing has been developed. Bernardino General Plan adopted polices,guidelines,and or- ment only. dinances.The proposed affordable housing shall be desig- nated on the Final Development Plan;20 percent of the pro- posed residential development in the first major phase shall be affordable housing. 7. The overall shape, height,and grade of any cut or fill slope V Completed.Mass grading plans were N/A shall be developed in concert with the existing natural con- approved consistent with this measure, tours and scale of the natural terrain of a particular site. and grading has been completed. a. Transition Design:The angle of the graded slope shall be adjusted to the angle of the natural terrain. b. AngularFornrs:Angular tomo shall not be permitted.The graded form shall reflect the natural rounded terrain. c. I?posed Slopes:Graded slopes shall be concealed wher- ever possible. 8. The toe and crest of all cut and full slopes in excess of five(5) V Completed.Mass grading plans were N/A feet vertical height,but not greater than ten(10) feet vertical approved consistent with this measure, height,shall be rounded with vertical curves. and grading has been completed. • 9. The toe and crest of any slope in excess of ten(10) feet vertical V Completed.Mass grading plans were N/A height,excepting the toe of any slope within twenty-live(25) approved consistent with this measure, feet of a dwelling,shall be rounded with curves of radii no less and grading has been completed. than live (5) feet and designed In proportion to the total height of the slope. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. C' ,ice IR3i97011:VtODn\,II.ES\CIIINO111L\CONDLT.11» A.B-2 �■r ma i - MIe s n a MI earIII ill 11111 111 ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 10, Where cut or fill slopes exceed 100 feet In horizontal length,gth, ✓ Completed.Mass grading plans were N/A the horizontal contours of the slope shall be curved in a con- approved consistent with this measure, sinuous,undulating fashion with varying radii to reflect the and grading has been completed. natural terrain, 11, If revisions are required in the approved Preliminary Develop- V Completed.Submittal of proposed mod- N/A ment Plan,twenty-five(25)copies of the revised Preliminary Iflcations to the Preliminary Develop- Development Plan shall be submitted to the Office of Planning ment Plan were submitted consistent for distribution within thirty(30)days of approval by the Board with City requirements. of Supervisors;said revised Plan shall reflect all required changes stated In the approval of the Preliminary Development Plan. 12. A Final Development Plan shall be approved and tract maps V To be completed prior to issuance of Community recorded for each phase of development,prior to issuance of building permits. Development De- building permits,other than grading permits,for that phase. partment Model home permits may be Issued prior to recordation,sub- ject to compliance with standard County requirements. 13. A phasing plan,showing the major phasing of the project and V Completed. Project site is one of the last N/A Its relationship to the grading phases shall be submitted with phases of Rolling Ridge Estates develop- the Final Development Plan. ment. 14. The Final Development Plan shall Include the following: V To be completed as pad of Final Devel- Community Devel- opment Plan review in compliance with opment Depart- current City ordinance requirements, ment a. Plans showing all proposed signs and their locations with dimensions,construction methods,and elevations b. Plans'showing entry treatments for all major entry-ways into the project Applicable to the DiscretionaryActions proposed for the RollingRidge Marketplace project. PP P PP P 1 'frg 1R3/97<1INIORDWILRS\CIIINOIIIL\CONDI.T-D>� A.B-3 :i i t a i i a i el a Ill in • a a a e a s LSA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility c. Plans showing all proposed walls and fences,designating their dimensions,construction materials,and elevations (any proposed use df berming shall be designated also) d. Preliminary grading plans e. Plans showing a pedestrian circulation system which pro- vides an interconnected system throughout the develop- ment to open space areas and provides access to parks, schools,and commercial areas;adjustments In lot configu- ration adjacent to open space areas will be permitted to provide that access f. Detailed development plans for all improved open space, including proposed parks g. Plans showing the proposed screening treatment for the rear of all double frontage lois,and the treatment of all transition areas h. The Final Development Plan shall be fully dimensioned, including lot dimensions,street widths,proposed set- backs,slopes and their heights I. The Final Development Plan shall include tabulations of the following for each major phase: (1)open space area, (2)paved area, (3)streets, (4) unit size and percentage of lot coverage, (5) number of units, (6)acres,and(7)pro- posed IS density. J. Open space areas to be deeded to the County and to the Homeowners'Association shall be designated. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. IR3t97OII:VtOnn\FILES\CI IINOI I IL\CONDLT-fl* A.13-4 Sr1111 im n g i e a PI . a M e a a �a a m ISA Associate;Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 15. The Final Development Plan for the high density townhouse ✓ To be completed as part of Final Devel- Community Devel- and multiple family areas and all commercial areas shall in- Depart- elude the following infornation,a throughf. If that level of opment Plan review in requcompirements. opment Depart• current City ordinance requirements. men' detail is not available at the Final Development Plan stage, then a detailed Public Hearing Site Approval shall be submitted and approved,prior to issuance of building permits for the above uses,and shall Include Information designated"a through 1." a. Detailed, fully dimensioned plot plans showing all pro- posed buildings,drives,parking areas,recreation facilities, and landscaped area b. Preliminary grading plans showing existing topography and proposed finished grading on site and its relationship to surrounding areas, including elevations,drainage pat- terns,etc. c. Elevations of proposed structures d. Data on size and number of units, number of open and enclosed parking spaces,storage areas,and amount and type of recreation facilities provided e. Conceptual landscape plan showing proposed treatment of perimeters of project,and interior open space f. Plans shall include a designation of types of uses proposed in all commercial structures,and shall show circulation patterns and access points. 16. Each townhouse or multiple family project shall have its own No. Measure refers WA N/A recreation facility. to residential devel- opment only. • Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. • C l/23A70I1:VIOI3BWILES\CI I INO)UL\CONDLT-nu A.B-5 so iss as am sit is ea fw‘ MI IA M 4111 IA LSA Associates,Inc Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 17. A homeowners'association shall be formed to maintain all No. Measure refers N/A N/A common open space and recreation facilities within each high to residential devel- density development area. opment only. 18. On-site parking shall be provided at the rate of two(2)spaces No. Measure refers N/A N/A per unit, plus 0.5 space per unit guest parking for all town- to residential devel- house and multiple family development;these requirements opment only. may be adjusted for proposed affordable housing. 19. Graded slopes shall not exceed a ratio of 2 horizontal to 1 ver- V Completed. Permits for mass grading of N/A tical,unless otherwise recommended by an engineering geolo- site were issued consistent with this pro- gist,and approved by the Directors of Planning and Budding vision,and grading has been completed. and Safety. 20. No manufactured slope shall exceed thirty(30) feet in height No. Slopes of this N/A N/A except that slopes required for major public streets(88 feet of height are not pro- rightofway or greater)may exceed thirty(30)feet in height,if posed. no feasible alternative exists,with approval by the Planning Commission and approval by soils and geologic reports. 21. Grading permits shall not be issued for any areas that are to be V Completed. Permits for mass grading City Building 001 graded and remain undeveloped until an erosion control and were issued consistent with this proal- cial revegetation plan is approved by the Office of Planning,and sion. For fine grading,this provision will until bonds are posted for revegetation. be implemented prior to issuance of grading permits 22. Water spraying or other approved methods must be used Jur- V Completed. Permits for mass grading City Building 001- Ing grading operations to control fugitive dust. were issued consistent with this proal- cial sion. For fine grading,this provision will be implemented prior to issuance of grading permits i t Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. 1R3/974411:\1OBIAFILGS\CIIINOIIIMONDLT.n)+ A B 6 *0400 asaraiill all All MI5 NI rrl aael Ill aaaN mit el ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 23. Drought-resistant,fire retardant vegetation should be used for V Completed. Permits for mass grading Community landscaping and erosion c9ntml to reduce water consumption were issued consistent with this provi- Development De- and promote slope stability. slon. For project landscaping, this provi- partment sten will be implemented prior to issu- ance of construction permits 24. All cut slopes five(5)feet in length or greater and fill slope V Completed. Permits for mass grading N/A three(3) feet in height or greater shall be stabilized, land- were issued consistent with this provl- soaped, irrigated,and maintained by the developer until main- slon. tenance is assured by a Homeowners'Association,County Ser- vice Area,or private owner. 25. Appropriate plant materials shall be used to define space,cm- V To be completed prior to issuance of Community ate a visual image,and provide separation and/or screening for building permits Development De- differing land uses. partment 26. Grading permits shall not be issued between October 15 and V To be completed for fine grading prior Community April 15 unless a plan for erosion control and debris and silt to issuance of grading permits Development De- retention Is approved by the offices of Building Safety and partment Planning. 26a. All common open space associated with each major phase shall No. Measure refers Completed. Dedications have been N/A be deeded to the County of San Bernardino,in fee,to be ad- to other areas made. ministered by the appropriate County Service Area,at the time within Rolling Ridge of recordation of the first tract map within each major phase. Estates. r 27. Within transition areas between developed areas and open No. Measure refers Completed. MI transition areas have WA space,screening and fencing shall be accomplished by the use to other areas been developed consistent with this of plant material wherever possible,and plant materials shall within Rolling Ridge measure. reflect a mix of the adjoining areas. Estates. 1 Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. hn+ - 1/LJr97691ARODOVILCSWIIINOIIIL\CONPLT-U» A.B-7 401 MI Ili lie OM INN MI ir Nil as MI III ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 28. Developer shall dedicate two school sites,of approximately 25 No. Measure refers Completed. School sites have been dedi- N/A acres in total size,to the Ch o Unified School District,accord- to residential devel- cated,and schools are in operation. Ing to the school district's sp4ciflcations,and shall have corn- opment only, pleted or agreed to complete full improvements,including required grading,site preparation,curbs,gutters,streets,and utilities at the time of recording any subdivision map covering property abutting any portion of the school sites. 29. Narrow strips of unusable common open space and slopes No. Refers to other Completed. Development has occurred N/A between development envelopes shall be included within adja- areas within Rolling consistent with this provision. cent individual lots or within the multiple family/development Ridge Fstates. envelopes on the Final Development Plan;slopes to be in- cluded within lots shall be made a part of the downhill lot when possible. 30. Proposed private and public streets shall be so designated on No. Surrounding Completed. Streets are in place. N/A the Final Development Plan. public streets have been identified and dedicated. 31. Proposed zero lot line homes and duplexes shall be so desig- No. Measure refers Completed. Applicable residential devel- N/A • nated on the Final Development Plan, to residential devel- opment has been constructed pursuant • opment only. with this provision. 32. Required front yard,side yard,and rear yard setbacks and min- No. Measure refers Completed. Residential sites have been N/A imum lot sizes shall be established with further review of more to residential devel- developed consistent with this require- detailed information upon submission of the Final Develop- opment only. ment. ment Plan,and shall meet the required development standards and policies of the County of San Bernardino,unless otherwise approved on the Final Development Plan. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. T 1R3i974411:VIOBB\FILBS\CI IINOHIL\CONDLT-fl* - A.B-8 MI 1f I all a a a a 111 n i l esi m a is es is ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 33. Common open space setbacks for residential and commercial V To be completed prior to issuance of Community development shall be provided along all highways rated sec- building permits Development De- ondary or greater,to provide for noise and visual buffets,as partment required by County policies and development standards; these setbacks shall be clearly delineated on the Final Development Plan. i 34. The 89.9-acre portion of the proposed Planned Unit Develop- V To be completed prior to Issuance of City Council ment designated as"Regional Commercial Center"shall be building permits developed with intensive,regional commercial uses, in confor- • mance with the General Plan and approved Preliminary Devel- opment Plan.Any changes proposed in the use of this site shall require a revised Planned Unit Development. 34a. Applicant shall enter into a Development Agreement with the V To be completed prior to issuance of City Council County within six(6)months after the approval of(I) the im- building permits. provement of Route 71 as an expressway or freeway, (II) the Route 71/Route 60 interchange, (III) the intersections or inter- changes adjacent to Rolling Ridge,and(IV) the setting of the final grades and elevations of Route 71 and the Intersections or interchanges, and on and off ramps adjacent to Rolling Ridge. This development agreement shall address,at a minimum,the phasing and construction of the regional shopping center in conjunction with the phasing and construction of Route 71. 35. The previously approved Creative Communities Planned Unit No. Refers to other Completed. Previous approval is null N/A Development, Index No.W17-126,approved April 3, 1978,on portions of Rolling and void. the undeveloped portion of this site shall be null and void Ridge Estates • upon approval of the current Planned Unit Development appli- cation by the Board of Supervisors. 36. The final open space maintenance and management plan shall No. Refers to other Completed. Maintenance provisions N/A be submitted to,and approved by,the County Special Districts sites within Rolling have been made for open space areas. Department prior to recording the first tentative map. Ridge Estates. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. 123/97e11NtOnOwILES\CIIINOIIIL\CONDLT.O* A.B-9 ai r - a ,re ler as ell i r^i a i a a S S S. S al !! ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility (p ty 37. Prior to recording any tract within any phase,the Working V To be completed prior to Reconlation of Community Devel- Drawings for landscape and Irrigation shall be approved by the Parcel Map opment Depart- I! County Special Districts Department and the Planning Officer. mens Prior to recording any tracts in the Planned Unit Development, a conceptual Landscape Plan for the entire Planned Use Devel- opment shall be submitted to,and approved by,the above de- partments. 38. Prior to approval of the Final Development Plan,a plan for the ✓ To be completed prior to Approval of Community Devel- collection and transportation of sewage generated by this pro- FDP consistent with current City pence- opment Depart- ject shall be submitted to,and approved by,the Department of dunes. ment Special Districts. 39. Prior to approval of the Final Development Plan,a plan for the V To be completed prior to Approval of Community Dent- transmission and distribution of the domestic water system FDP consistent with current City pence- opment Depart- shall be submitted to,and approved by, the Department of dures. ment Special Districts. 40. The approval of the Department of Special Districts for the V To be completed prior to Approval Devel- method of sewage treatment,the means of collection and P tpc opComent unity FDP consistent with current City prose- opment Depart- transporting of sewage generated by this project,the source of dunes, ment domestic water and the mean for distribution of domestic wa. ter shall be obtained prior to the developer's signing any agree- ments for those services. 40a. Development in Planning Area MF-&l shall provide a buffer No. Refers to an- Completed. The buffer has been pros N/A where adjacent to proposed single family units.Said buffer other site within vided. shall include setbacks,decorative walls, heavy landscaping,and Rolling Ridge Es- If feasible,grade separation, tates. ' Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Roiling Ridge Marketplace project. C'` 1R3,970i I*0DDVLLDS\CllINOttIL\CONDI.T•D» A.13-10 III MI ' r >r a i r a a a ® i11r1 a S ; ' a • LSA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Appllcablel of Compliance Responsibility Roads 41. Prior to approval of a final dbvelopment plan for that portion V Completed. No access to the SR-71 free- N/A of the property designated for commercial use,a plan for ve- way will be permitted. Access will be • hicular access from State Highway 71 to the commercial site from Peyton Road. shall be approved by the California Department of Transporta- tion and the California Transportation Commission. 42. Prior to approval of a Final Development Plan for any portion No. Refers to other Completed. Alternative access to all sites N/A of the property designated residential,which would increase sites within Rolling along SR-71 has been provided. the traffic impacts on State Highway 71,beyond those already Ridge Estates. approved as part of the original Planned Unit Development for this site dated April 3, 1978,a revised plan for vehicular access from State Highway 71 to the site shall be approved by the Cal- ifornia Department of Transportation and the California Trans- portation Commission. 43. Road Sections within the tract which are to be maintained by No. Public roads Completed.'All perimeter roads have N/A the San Bernardino County Transportation Department shall have been corn- been designed to applicable road stan- be designed and constructed to Valley Road Standards and to pleted,and are dards,and are being maintained by the the policies and requirements of the County Transportation maintained by the City of Chino Hills. Department.Private streets shall be designed and constructed City. to PUD Road Standards. 44. Trees,irrigation systems,and landscaping within the public No. Public roads Completed. Appropriate mechanisms to N/A right-of-way are undesirable because of the implied mainte- have been corn- maintain landscaping within public nance responsibility by the County Transportation Depart- pleted,and are rights-of-way have been implemented. ment.Therefore,landscaping requirements by others shall be maintained by the deleted unless a County Service Area or other maintenance City. • method acceptable to the County Transportation Director be established prior to the recordation of the tract.An encroach- ment permit shall be obtained from the CountyTransportation Department prior to issuance of a grading permit by the De- partment of Building and Safety. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. iND 1R397wINtoBn\ILCs\CIIINOIIIL\CONDI:f.B* A,U-11 r• i i1 Ir a a r it a r-+ a i e a e a r a ISA Mwclall;Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 45. Vehicular access right shall be dedicated on all residential lots No. Measure refers Completed. Residential development N/A adjacent to four or six lane highways. to residential devel- has occurred consistent with this provi- opment only. sion. 46. The alignment of Grand Avenue shall be coordinated with the No. Measure refers Completed. Grand Avenue has been N/A previously approved preliminary development plan or the to another portion extended. Payne Ranch(Index W29-139)and with the development plan of Rolling Ridge Es- for the Cohen development(Index W33-138). laces. 47. The existing road network(as required by Tract 9227) Is suit- No. Measure refers Completed. Additional roadways have N/A tient for circulation up to 860 units(264 units for Tract No. to another portion been constructed. 9227 and Tract No. 36075 In the City of Pomona,plus an addi- of Rolling Ridge Es- tional 600 units). tales. 48. Prior to the recordation of any phase in excess of 955,Rolling No. Measure refers Completed. Roadways have been con- N/A Ridge Drive(Peyton Drive)shall be extended as a two-lane to another area netted, roadway to the south property line with a two-lane connection within Rolling Ridge (an Interim Grand Avenue)between the Corona Expressway Estates. and Rolling Ridge road. 49. Developer shall construct Chino Avenue from the existing ter- V Completed. Chino Avenue has been N/A minus of Peyton Drive to the western Rolling Ridge PUD extended to the west,and financing boundary and shall participate in the Finance Plan for the con- plans are in place for other extensions. struction of Chino Avenue from the Rolling Ridge western boundary to Tonner Canyon Road and Tonner Canyon Road from Chino Avenue North to the existing Phillips Ranch Road, and will advance funds for all design and incidental costs for the preparation of construction plans and specifications.All costs paid by developer In connection herewith shall be sub- ject to pertinent terms and conditions of Ordinance 2738. 50. DELETED N/A N/A N/A Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. 1R3,9701I:VtO1n3VILLS\CIIINOIIIL\CONDI.T•M. AM-12 INOr a AM ISM a a A der S S NW MIMI mini' a ,nom C a ' - LTA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 51. Traffic signals shall be Installed with each phase as determined V • Traffic signals will be installed as re- Community Devel- by a traffic study which shall'indicate such necessity, prior to quired at the intersection of Peyton Road opment Depart- the recordation of the affected lots, and Chino Avenue. mens 52. DELETED N/A N/A N/A Drainage 53. Permanently Improved channel facilities along with debris re- V To be completed prior to issuance of Community tention facilities or an approved alternative,shall be provided budding permit Development De- for the main natural drainage courses traversing the site.The partment facilities shall be designed to convey a 100-year frequency • storm with adequate bulking and freeboard.The design capac- • ity of the debris retention facilities shall be approved by the Land Development Division of the County Surveyor's Office. 54. Adequate provisions shall be made for the guaranteed mainte- V To be completed prior to issuance of Community nance of the debris retention facWties, building permits Development De- partment 55. Adequate improved outlets for the drainage flows oulletting V To be completed prior to issuance of Community the site along the east boundary shall be provided.The otitlets building permits Development De- shall be designed to convey flows under the State Highway and partment into Chino Creek Channel to the east. 56. Due to the possibility of accumulated drainage overtaxing the V To be completed prior to issuance of Community proposed street sections and entering onto the adjacent lots, building permits Development De- storm drain systems shall be provided when a 10-year storm partment flow cannot be contained within the curb section of the prod- uct of the velocity and the depth of flow exceed the value of 6. The minimum diameter for all storm drains shall be 24 feet, • Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. „-. tn� 1R3/97(1t:\ROOaVFILHS\CI IINOIIIL\CONDI.T-RN A.B-13 im s aw jfili d daim as ire a r-m . i e ma am al ay N i ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility P° tY 57. Due to the steep terrain and erosive nature of the soil,the V Completed. A review of drainage studies N/A smaller natural drainage courses should be left in their natural prepared for the project site did not indi- state unless it is absolutely necessary to improve the drainage cate a need to maintain previously exist- course to confine flows. ing onsite drainages,and they have been removed as part of approved mass grad- ing operations. 58. Where necessary,debris retention facilities shall be provided to V To be completed prior to issuance of Community control debris-laden drainage flows from the site and to mini- building permits Development De- mize debris deposition downstream.The design capacity of the partment debris retention facilities shall be approved by the Land Devel- opment Division of the County Surveyor's Office. 59. Due to the steep terrain and erosion potential,a maximum No. Measure refers Completed. Roadways have been con- N/A utilization of the existing contours should be considered in the to other portions of strutted as called for in this measure. design.Roadways and grading,In general,should be designed Rolling Ridge Es- to minimize cut and IID slope heights.A stringent program of tates. slope and erosion control should be undertaken by the devel- oper to preclude damage to the site and downstream property during heavy storm runo0s,especially during the construction stage. 60. San Bemanlino County Drainage Easements shall be provided V To be completed as part of project con- Community De vel- over the natural drainage courses and/or drainage facilities, struction plan check consistent with cur- opmem Depart- Drainage facilities and/or drainage easements should be pro- rent City procedures. ment • vided to conduct 100•year storm flows with adequate bulking and freeboard. 61, Grading and improvement plans shall be submitted for review. V Completed. Grading plans were submit- Community ted for mass grading and were reviewed Development De- by the City prior to issuance of permits. partment To be completed prior to issuance of permits for fine grading. • Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. tai,974at:utonuvu.ts\Cutnomt\CoNDI.T.m* A.B-14 r r ( as AM III AM all INN MI is III ir 1111 III ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 62. All budding and pad areas shall drain to streets. ✓ To be completed prior to issuance of Community permits for fine grading Development De- partment 63. Adequate provisions shall be made for handling on-site drain- V To be completed prior to issuance of Community age flows and dewatering the site in a manner which will not building permit Development De- adversely affect adjacent or downstream properties.Where it is panment proposed to concentrate and/or Increase runoff onto adjacent property,adequate off-site drainage facilities and easements shall be provided to convey the drainage to Chino Creek. 64. The proposed storm drain along the Grand Avenue extension No. Refers to an- Completed. This storm drain has been N/A shall be an open channel or other facility designed to convey a other area within constructed. 100-year storm, plus bulking and freeboard. Rolling Ridge Es- tates. 65. The design and alignment of the major stone drains shall be No. The Chino Hills Storm drains have been constructed con- N/A compatible with the proposed Chino Hills Specific Plan. Specific Plan has sist with the City's master plan of drain- been rescinded by age. the City. 66. Temporary or interim drainage facilities may be required de- V Completed. A review of drainage studies N/A pending upon the phasing of the project. submitted as part of mass grading plans did not indicate a need for Interim drain- age facilities. 67. Permits will be required for any work to be done within Flood No. Measure refers Completed. Necessary permits were N/A Control District of U.S.Army Corps of Engineer's right-of-way. to other areas acquired,and drainage facilities have The permits may be obtained from the Flood Control District. within Rolling ridge been constructed. • Estates. 68. A phasing plan,including the conceptual design of the storm V Completed. The required storm drain- N/A drain facilities,shall be submitted for drainage approval prior age plan for Rolling Ridge Estates was to Planning Commission approval. submitted and approved. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. Av 1R3i97vi t:\a0RoWiLES\CI IIN01IIt\CONPt.T.n» A.I3-15 a a ,nn a as a >! 1■r i►^• a In"* a a a a e m ISA Astral[;Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 69. A preliminary soil report,complying with the provisions of Or- V Completed. A preliminary soils report N/A dinance 2259 shall be filed with and approved by the Building was submitted as part of proposed mass ORiclal prior to recoitlatiori of the final map. grading prior to issuance of grading per- mits. Permits for mass grading were is- sued,and grading has been completed. 70. Grading plans to be submitted to and approved by the Office V Completed. Grading permits for mass Community of Building and Safety. grading were reviewed and approved by Development De- the City subject to current City require- partment ments. To be Implemented for fine grad- ing prior to issuance of grading permits pursuant to City requirements. 71. Obtain a demolition permit for building to be demolished. lin- No. Measure refers Completed. Where required,pernits N/A derground structures must be broken in,back filled,and in- to other portions of were requested and issued. spected before covering. Rolling Ridge Es- tates. 72. Submit plans and obtain building permits for walls required by V To be implemented prior to issuance of Community other County departments. building permits pursuant to current Development De. City procedures. partment 73. Submit a geology report by a Registered Engineering Geologist V Completed. A geology report was pm- N/A regarding earthquake faults in this area.Not in study zone. pared as part of mass grading opera- tions. Fire Protection 74. All construction shall comply with the Mountain Zone Ordi- V To be implemented as part of construe- City Building 001- nance 2475 or equivalent. tion plan check pursuant to current City dal. requirements. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project • IR3i9701I:VIOBEIWILIlS\CI IINOI IIL\CONDLT-0» A.B-16 ... ars tin itte S !i a a IS + ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 75. The length of a street leading to a cul-de-sac shall not exceed No. Measure refers Completed. Subdivisions within Rolling N/A 600 feet. to other areas Ridge Estates were reviewed and ap- 1 within Rolling Ridge proved consistent with this provision. Estates. 76. All cul-de-sacs and turn arounds for fire apparatus shall have a No. Measure refers Completed. Subdivisions within Rolling N/A minimum 40 foot turning radius, to other areas Ridge Estates were reviewed and ap- within Rolling Ridge proved consistent with this provision. Estates. 77. All driveways to structures shall be a minimum of 20 feet wide, ✓ To be implemented prior to Approval of Community Devel- with no more than 15 percent grade when 50 feet or longer FDP opment Depart- and 15 feet wide with no more than 15 percent grade when less than 50 feet long. mem 78. During phasing and construction,there shall be two(2) V To be implemented prior to Issuance of Community Bevel- ingress-egress routes provided.These shall be maintained dur- budding permit opment Depart- ing the construction phases. ment 79. A letter and hydraulic calculations from the water purveyor ✓ To be implemented prior to issuance of Community Revel- stating that fire flow requirements can be met,as determined building permit by the Chino Rural Fire Protection District. opment Depart- meat 80. Phe hydrant spacing for single family residential units shall No. Measure refers Completed. Fire hydrants are in place N/A have fire hydrants located at 600-foot intervals, if structures are to residential devel- on the City's street system. located In remote areas via long access private drives,fire hy- opment only. drants shall be located within 300 feet of the structure. 81. Water utility plans indicating main size and fire hydrant loca- V To be implemented prior to issuance of Chino Eire Protec- tions shall be submitted to the fire district for review, building permit don District Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. 123i97411:U4OflWJ ILIIS\CIlINOIIILaCONDI.T-sa fp A.B-17 a riga r A C1511 11111 Ili Mel 'i IMM II LSA Associate;Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility Po Y 82. Fire hydrant spacing for multi-family dwelling units and corn- V To be Implemented prior to Certificate Community Devel- mercial buildings shall have fire hydrants located at 300-foot of Occupancy opment Depart- intervals,If structures are located in remote areas or in clusters, ment access for fire apparatus shall be provided via private drives, and fire hydrants shall be located within 150 feet of any struc- ture. 83. Fire mains and fire hydrants shall be installed and operable V To be implemented prior to submittal of Community Devel- prior to the placement of any combustible building materials Building Permit Applications opment Depart- on the property.An alternative solution may be approved by ment the fire chief on a temporary basis. 84. Automatic fire sprinkler systems will be required in all corn- V To be implemented prior to Certificate Community Devel- mercial and industrial buildings 7,500 square feet or larger. of Occupancy opment Depart- ment 85. The site for the fire station will be located in the southwest V Completed. The are station site has N/A quadrant or an approved location by the Chino Rural Fire Pro- been dedicated and improved,and the tection District, required fire station is In operation. 86. The 1-acre improved fire station site shall be deeded to the V Completed.The fire station site has been N/A Chino Rural Fire Protection District upon completion of 2,000 dedicated and improved,and the re. dwelling units or upon the start of development of the regional quired fire station is in operation. shopping center;whichever occurs first. i o fi I Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. rw; lcap 123/97(41INIOBBWILFSWIITNOIIILV ONDLT-B» A.B-18 inrains a im rt 1. 11112111111111111111 . 11 LTA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 87. Prior to construction of 1,001 dwelling units,or earlier as de- No. Measure refers Completed.The fire station site has been N/A 'ermined jointly by Chino Racal Fire Protection District and to residential devel- dedicated and improved,and the re- j Rolling Ridge Estates Partneis based on the fire protection opment only. quired fire station is in operation. needs of the project, Rolling Ridge Estates (Bramalea Califor- nia,Inc.) agrees to provide the Chino Rural Fire Protection Dis- trict with a temporary facility to the specifications of the Fire District.The temporary facility shall be located at a site selected by the fire district.The temporary facility shall be available at no cost to the Chino Rural Pire Protection District until the need for such a facility no longer exists.If development of the Rolling Ridge Estates project necessitates the construction of li • the permanent facility before the Fire District determines the need for a temporary facility will not be required. 88. Deleted 89. A plan for fire roads into open areas shall be approved by the V Completed. This plan was previously N/A Fire District. reviewed and approved. 90. Roofs and siding shall be noncombustible for fire retardant V To be implemented prior to issuance of City Building 001- Class B or as approved by Chino Rural Etre District. building permit cial 91. A fuel modification landscape plan shall be submitted to the No. Refers to other Completed. Fuel modification plans N/A Chino Rural Fire Protection District for approval and will in- areas within Roiling have been prepared and approved,and dude a list of plants and irrigation systems prior to start of con- Ridge Estates, all fuel modification zones are in place. • struction. 92. Two smoke detectors shall be installed In each dwelling unit. No. Measure refers Completed. All residential units within N/A • One detector shall be located in the master bedroom and the to residential devel- Rolling Ridge Estates have been con- other detector shall be located in an adjacent hallways,or if opment only. strutted consistent with this provision. two story dwelling unit,on the ceiling at the head of the stairs. Both detectors shall be interconnected,so both will go into the alarm mode simultaneously upon the activation of either de tector. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. fes; �,' 1f23,97011:VtOIIBWII.CS\CIIINOI IIL\CONDI.T.R$ - A.13-19 a r a a a a aOnill rt MIL 11111 'a I IS M • MA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility Po tY 93. If mandatory development standards detailed in the Chino No. The Chino Hills N/A N/A Hills Specific Plan am to be applied to Rolling Ridge Estates Specific Plan has project, then those standapds In the Specific Plan shall preempt been rescinded by any conflicting standards contained in this report, the City. 94. Chino Rural Fire Protection District agrees that Rolling Ridge No. Refers to an- Completed. The required fire station N/A Estates Partners will have the right of architectural review of other site within has been constructed. the fire station. Rolling Ridge Es- tates. 95. Rolling Ridge Estates Partners shall prepare all legal documents V required by County Counsel to affect the conditions contained Completed. All documents pareed,d bN/A re- in the Chino Rural Fire Protection District's Development Stan- this provisionnhaveobeen prepared,dards for project PUDl80-1043,'W17-127.These documents viewed and approved. shall be presented to the Board of Supervisors for approval prior to issuance of any building permits on the property. Environmental Health Services 96. Written clearance shall be obtained from the California Re- V To be completed prior to Certificate of opment m Community - gional Water Quality Control Board and a copy forwarded to Occupancy Depart- the the Department of Environmental Health Services: ment Santa Ana Region,6809 Indiana Avenue Riverside,California 92506 (909)684-9330 i 97. Sewage disposal shall be by connection to Chino Basin Munici- V Completed. A citywide sewage system is N/A pal Water District(CSA 70,Zone Q). In place. The project site will be con- • nected to this system. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. 123/97011AROBBWILESWIIINOIIIMONDLT-I10 A.B-20 W am a a a .r r maS r t 'fl es r i S S 1111 LSA Assoclain,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility f� tY 98. The water purveyor shall be Park Water Company(Pomona No. The City of During the review of each proposed final Community Devel- Valley Water Company).Prior to recommendation of the tents- Chino Hills is the development plan,the City will deter- opment Depart. tive tract by the Subdivision Review Committee,the utility shall water agency for the mine its ability to provide water service. ment submit a statement to the Department of Environmental project site. Health Services confirming that the utility is willing and able to supply water to the subject development. 99. The following are the steps that must be completed to meet V Completed. Backbone water and sewer N/A the requirements for installation and/or finance of the on- systems for Rolling Ridge Estates have site/off-site water system and/or sewer system. been constructed. a. Where the system is to be installed prior to recordation: • The water system,lire hydrants,and/or sewer system shall be Installed in accordance with requirements of the State Health and Safety Code,and in accordance with plans ap- proved by the water and/or sewering utility and the gov- erning fire protection authority.The plans shall be re- viewed by a Civil Engineer,registered in the State of Cali- fornia,and contain required certificates and approval sig- • natures.It is the developer's responsibility to submit to the OFFICE OF SURVEYOR,LAND DEVELOPMENT SECTION, a copy of the approved plan and a signed statement from the utility of jurisdiction confinning that the Improvement has been installed and accepted. b. Where a bond is to be posted in lieu of installation of the improvement: • Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. '. 123/97uH:v1ouu FILGS\CIIINOIIIL\CONULT•n* A.W21 as ma aim MN = age al MI El al ei al ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure ApplicableI of Compliance Responsibility Ip ry 1. The domestic water plan and/or sewer plan which meets the requirements of the State Health and Safety Code shall be reviewed by a Civil Engineer, registered In the State of California,and approved by the water or sewering utility and the governing fire protection authority.The plans shall contain the required certifi- cates and approval signatures.A copy of the approved plan shall be submitted to the OFFICE OF SURVEYOR, LAND DEVELOPMENT SECTION. 2. Said engineer shall determine the amount of bond necessary to install the improvements. a. This amount plus 10 percent shall be posted with the County of San Bernardino.A statement signed by the engineer stating that the amount of bond recommended is adequate to cover the cost of installation of the improvement shall be included with the estimate and submitted to the OFFICE OF SURVEYOR,LAND DEVELOPMENT SECTION. b. Or,in cases where the water agency or sewering agency is a governmental subdivision,the bond in the amount of 110 percent of the cost of installa- tion of the improvement may be placed with the !!!II agency.A signed statement from that agency stat- ing that financial arrangements have been com- pleted shall be submitted to the OFFICE OF SUR- VEYOR,LAND DEVELOPMENT SECTION. • Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. 1R3/97011M01111WILL'SWIIINOIIIMONDIT-B* A B 2Z }W r is is Ns ass ma 11111 in IS PM 111 1111 ES ill el 111 LSA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility 3. Prior to release of the bond for the Improvement,the util- ity of jurisdiction shall submit a signed statement confirm- ing that the Improvement has been installed and meets the requirements of all appropriate State and County laws per- taining to such improvement.It is the developer's respon- sibility that such signed statement is Med with the OFFICE OF SURVEYOR, LAND DEVELOPMENT SECTION. 100. Any abandoned wells on the property or similar structures that No. Measure refers Completed. All abandoned wells have N/A might result in contamination of underground waters shall be to other sites within been appropriately removed. destroyed in a manner approved by the Department of Envi- Rolling Ridge Es- ronmental Health Services. rates. 101. Prior to issuance of building permit,emanations shall be con- V To be implemented prior to issuance of Community Devel- trolled so as not to Interfere with surrounding land uses,spe- building permits opment Depart- ciflcally regarding interaction between commercial and rest- ment dentist uses. 102. An acoustical study shall be performed to assess noise levels at V To be implemented prior to issuance of Community Devel- the development and shall be reviewed by the Department of building permit consistent with current opment Depart- Environmental Health Services.If necessary,mitigation mea- City procedures. ment • sures shall be proposed,reviewed,and implemented. 103. Noise mitigation measure installation shall be verified prior to No. Measure refers Completed. All residential development N/A occupancy. Interior noise levels within habitable rooms and to residential deve4 within Rolling Ridge Estates has been schools shall not exceed 45 CNEL. opment only, constructed consistent with this provi- sion. 104. Plague has been shown to be endemic to the Chino Hills area. V Completed. Appropriate control mea- N/A • The disease is carried by fleas on wild rodents including sures were implemented as part of previ- ground squirrels. It is known that ground squirrels are cur- ously approved mass grading operation. rently in the Chino Hills area;therefore,prior to any grading Mass grading has been completed. for a land development, the following control measures shall be completed. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. IR3i9701l:91Onn\PILES\crnNotiiL\CONDI.T-n)> A U 23 .a it a M a l 1 e a ►-" a i e a a a a i ISA Associate;Inc. Tinting and Method Measure Applicable' of Compliance Responsibility a. A survey of the subject arca by a qualified vector biologist V Prior to issuance of grading permit Chino Hills Com- or biologist for the presence of ectoparasites and ground munity squirrel numbers. IDevelopment De- partment b. If it is determined by the survey that the number of ground V Prior to issuance of grading permit Chino Hills Corn- squirrels is high,then prior to grading,a control program munity to include ectoparasite suppression immediately followed Development De- by a rodent suppression program would be performed, p partrttenl • Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. `^-' IR3i97011MOBB\FILES\CHINOIIIL\CONDI.T-B* A.13-24 W ROLLING RIDGE ESTATES EIR MITIGATION MEASURES EXHIBIT "B" (c37 ^W a tiro ire a a fel a Is Mi • ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility G.5 To prevent road crack and checker as well as the V Yes, Public roads N/A N/A heave and cracking of buildings in response to expan- adjacent to the pro- sive soils, sites should beithoroughly compacted and ject site have been soaked with water. Building pads should be suffi- construcdted and ciently elevated above the lot level or the lots them- accepted by the selves should be contoured to assure that no drainage City. will occur toward the pad. Gutters on the houses should also lead away rom the foundations. Founda- tion design should consider the shrink-swell character- istics of site materials. G.6 Drains and water bafflers can be installed where nec- V No. Will be imple- Building design/plan City Building essary around and under foundations to prevent water mented during check prior to building Official from entering the foundation area. building plan check permits. as needed. G.7 All unstable slopes should be protected by appropri- V Yes. Potentially N/A N/A ate precautionary measures. Fill area should be sum- unstable slopes ciently compacted to provide protection from the ex- have been removed isting slides. In slide-prone areas geotechnical investi- from the project gation should precede grading and a licensed geolo- site. gist should provide on site close interval-periodic in- spections. G.8 No structures should be permitted on landslide or any V Yes. Potentially N/A N/A other slope failure feature, unless completely miti- unstable slopes gated. have been removed from the project site. Applicable to the DiscretionaryActions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. • C.0 IR3i97011:\ROMAFILGS\CI11NO1111AFIRNIIT.T•A» A.A-2 a a a a a a a a a oft a ea a a in al l U ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility G.9 The installation of subsurface drains should be used No. Liquefac- N/A N/A N/A to partially mitigate the liquefaction potential of RU tion is not an materials. I issue within the project site. G.10 The potential affects of groundshaking on structures V No. Will be imple- Prior to issuance of City Building can be substantially mitigated by earthquake-resistant mented during building permits. Official { design in accordance with the latest Uniform Building building plan check Code and current State-of-the-art practices, as outlined as needed. by the Structural Engineers Association of California. G.11 Require real estate agents to inform all prospective No. Measure N/A N/A N/A buyers of any geologic hazards which arc contained in applies to res- or traverse the subject property and make such nota i- idential devel- cation a part of the Subdivision Public Report (Real opment. Estate Letter) on the property. Hydrology 11.1 Grading operations should be phased, as proposed, V Yes. Grading has N/A N/A and construction should be complete in each grading been phased. Pro- phase, prior to beginning subsequent grading phases. Ject site is one of the last phases within the PUD. 11.2 Use of temporary de-silting basins, as proposed, to V Yes. Onsite mass N/A N/A minimize water quality degradation. grading has been completed. • ' Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. C:•. .4.) ta3,97(41NtMO)V'ILCS\CIIINOIIILVIIRMIT.T-A0 A.A-3 C.0 . ISA Associates,...... Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility H.3 Re-vegetation of all exposed surfaces with appropriate ✓ Yes. Onsite mass N/A N/A plantings, especially on steep cut and fill banks, as grading has been soon as possible after grading to stabilize the soil. The completed, and site developer should maintain these areas until private is being reveg- residents or the County Service Area takes over main- etated. tenance. 11.4 Proper subsurface drainage of buttress fills and can- V Yes. Onsite mass N/A N/A yon bottom fills can be obtained by use of subdralns. grading has been • These should be installed as recommended by the completed, and geotechnical consultant. appropriate sub- surface drainage has been provided. 11.5 Discharge of runoff onto adjoining parcels should be V Yes. Site will drain N/A N/A coordinated with the County of San Bernardino. Into approved storm drains and flood control chan- nels. 11.6 Provide rip-rap and an energy dissipator at the terminus No. Measure N/A N/A N/A of the storm drain in the most northerly portions of the refers to an- site.This measure will reduce the storm runoff velocity other site protecting the Multiple Family Residence from inunda- within Rolling Bon.A raised landscape berm will be constructed be- Ridge Estates. tween these residences and the natural surface runoff. • Applicable to the DiscretionaryActions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplaceproject. 1/23/974411:VtOR61FILES\CIIINOIIIRMIT,T•A* A.A-4 LSA Associates,e._. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility Air Quality e A.1 Keep soil disturbances at a minimum to reduce dust. V Completed for mass Prior to Approval of Pi- City Building When possible confine grading operations to spring grading. Will also nal Project Grading Per- Official months,when soil moisture is high, and summer, be implemented for mits. when wind conditions are more favorable.Water fine grading. spraying should be used with discretion, as the nature of the soil Is somewhat clayey: dust control water ad- ditives may help. A.2 Develop means for residents that will reduce VMT No. Applies Yes. N/A N/A emissions such as carpools, minibus service, and other to residential modes of transportation. areas only. A.3 Where feasible, a solar energy program should be es- V No. Will be Imple- Prior to Certificate of City Building tablished in to lessen fossil fuel demand. mented as part of Occupancy. Official building de- sign/review. Biotic Resources B.1 As noted In the correspondence from the Department No. Project Yes. Open space N/A N/A of Fish and Game, preserve a significant portion of site is not part has been preserved. natural contiguous open space within the project. of identified This area will be the heavily wooded area and associ- open space ated riparian areas in the northwesterly portion of the within Rolling site In addition to the large portion of open space in Ridge Estates. the western portion of the site. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. Il23t974411:V1OBDWILBS\CHINOIIIMIRMIT.T.A A.A-5 a r a a a a - a 'ti+ a a a l a a i I II ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility B.2 Topsoil should be preserved as a valuable resource. V Yes. Onsite mass N/A N/A When an area is graded, the topsoil should be stock- grading operation piled at appropriate points and redistributed over the has been com- final grade of lots and ripen areas to be landscaped.A pleted, four to six inch surface cut would provide a reason- able topsoil selection,This strategy would greatly en- hance the reestablishment of groundcover in these areas and would reduce soil preparation requirements to accommodate landscaping. B.3 Native vegetation should be used whenever possible V No. Will be ample- Landscape Plan check, Community for landscaping to minimize water requirements. Coy- mented as part of Development ole bush (Baccharls Pilularis) is a good example of landscape plan re- Department. native ground cover vegetation which is effective in view. slope stabilization and requires a minimum of water once established. B.4 Any modification to streambeds will comply with De- No. 1603 per- Yes. 603 permits N/A N/A partment of Fish and Game Code Section 1603,which mits not re- have been seucred serves to protect fish and wildlife resources from the quired for as needed for other adverse Impacts of projects.A 1603 permit shall be project site. sites within Rolling approved by the Department of Fish and Game prior Ridge Estates. to grading permit approval by the County of San Bernardino. Land Use LU.1 The Regional Center proposed in Rolling Ridge Estates V Yes. A regional cen- N/A N/A will not be implemented if the Regional Commercial ter Is not being con- Center in the Phillips Ranch begins construction. In- structed within Phil- stead, other land uses dissimilar form Regional Com- lips Ranch. mercial should be considered.A land use analysis and market study should be considered.A land use analy- sis and Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. C) )tai 1R3,97"11:\RORRVILRS\CIIINOIIILWIRMIT,T-Au A.A-6 LTA Associates,Inc. • Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility market study should be prepared to determine the most 1 appropriate use for this location.Suggested uses are one of or a combination of the following uses: High Density Residential (Affordable) • Medium High Density Residential (Affordable) Medium Density Residential General Commercial Convenience Commercial Professional Office/Financial Health Care Facility Traffic and Transportation T.1 To accommodate the proposed project as well as even No. Measure Yes. Freeway is N/A N/A 10,000 additional homes in the Chino Hills Specific applies to res- under con-struction Plan area, the Corona Expressway will require im- idential devel- with grade separa- provement to freeway status with grade separation at opment only. tions and inter- all intersections (Rolling Ridge Road/Riverside Drive, changes in the spe- Chino Avenue, and Grand Avenue/Schaeffer Avenue). cific locations. (An analysis prepared for the City of Pomona of the Corona (Highway 71j north of the Pomona Freeway adjacent to the Phillips Ranch has shown that grade separation of most intersections is necessary there also.) Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. 1a3i97vIIM000\PILLS\CIIIN011IL\EIRMIT,T.A* A,A-7 ,7W r Id 4611 a ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable) Completed of Compliance Responsibility T.2 The interchange of the Corona Expressway and Route No. Measure Yes. Construction N/A N/A 60 Freeway will require significant reconstruction to applies to its- of Interchange im- accommodate the project plus 10,000 homes in Chino idential devel- provements is un- Hills Specific Plan. Loop ramps will be needed In the opment only. derway and nearly northwest and southwest quadrants as a minimum. comleted. The bridge structure will most likely require widening and it may be necessary to realign the Corona Express- way to the west in the vicinity of the Pomona Freeway Interchange. T.3 Improvements to Highway 71 should be completed V Yes. Freeway con- N/A N/A prior to the construction of the General Commercial struction is under- site as the impact from this use alone will generate way, and will be approximately 28,000 vehicles per day. completed prior to occupancy of the project site. T.4 Improvements to and the extension of Grand Avenue, V Yes. Roadway ex- N/A N/A Chino Avenue and Dudley Street should be completedtensions have been prior to the construction of the Regional Commercial completed; Chino Center(Development Phase 66). The number of ac- Avenue will be cam- cess points directly from Highway 71 into the Regional pleted with comple- Center should be reduced or eliminated. Inasmuch as tion of freeway con- the Center is a regional use, the market area will ex- struction, which is tend to the west of the development attracting as currently underway. much as 55%of the market area. Access to the site will be from City streets and not SR- 71. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. rw.•. 123,974It$ofBpILES\CtiINOt11LJ IRMIT.T.A* A.A-8 • tP% a a a a a a a a a a a la a a a a ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility T.5 Traffic signals should be installed at the Intersection of No. Measure Yes. Signals have N/A N/A Chino Avenue and the collector street separating the refers to an- been installed. two schools.And at the intersection of Chino Avenue other site and Rolling Ridge Road. Students residing in the within Rolling northern portion (north of Chino Avenue) and the Ridge Estates. eastern portion (east of Rolling Ridge Road) of the development will benefit for safer pedestrian access to the schools. Archaeological, Historical, and Paleontological Re- sources P.1 Should development occur, a trained paleontologist ✓ Yes. Onsite mass N/A N/A should be present during grading for citation and (if grading was coin- appropriate) salvage of fossil remains which may be pleted with the aid uncovered. of a paleonto-logi- cal monitor. Environmental Health and Nuisance Implications N.1 Stabilize landslide areas where development will occur ✓ Yes. Potential land- N/A N/A and post informational signing in the open space area slides were re- where landsliding potential remains hazardous. moved from project site. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. IR)H7«t1:VkOBOMILRS\CI IINOI IILu:IRMIT,T-Ax A.A-9 p[' a a a a a urs as l arm a ii a Mina Ila ail e a ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility N.2 Dedicate the site indicated as Fire Station on the PDP No. Measure Yes. The fire sta- N/A N/A to the Chino Fire District. Fuel modification zones will refers to other tion has been dedi- be established when the Mindscape and irrigation sites within cated and con- plans are developed. Fuel modification will vary from Roiling Ridge strutted, and is mowing the vegetation in open areas not having brush Estates. now in operation. • and other forms of vegetation to clearing out under- Fuel modificaiton growth for a specific distance and removing natural zones have been vegetation and replacing it with fire resistive vegeta- provided. tion and permanent Irrigation the remainder of the required distance.This will provide a buffer zone of 100+ feet in hopes of retarding the spread of fire from the open area to the structures.The type of fuel modification will be determined after building pads have been established. This will permit tailoring the zone to meet the needs of each area. • N.3 Provide additional fire roads to interconnect and ehm- No. Measure Yes. Additional N/A N/A Mate proposed deadend fireroads (concern of the refers to other roads have been Chino Fire District). sites within provided. • Rolling Ridge Estates. N.4 Combustible roof and sliding class A, B, and C will be No. Meuasre Yes. Roofing within N/A N/A used altemately'with non-combustible materials in refers to rest- residential areas has single family residential areas with required side yard denial devel- bene required per 1 separation.The use of non-combustible roofs and sid- opment only. this measure. ing in the townhouse and multi-family dwellings is required to prevent the spread of fire form structure • during severe winds. Applicable to the DiscretionaryActions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. '• IR3A74411NtOnoU:ILES\CIIINOIMAEIRMIT.T-N) A.A-lO ` atm ar a a a a a a a ale rills ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility N.5 Install traffic signals for safety crossing at the intersec- No. Measure Yes. Traffic signal N/A N/A tion of Chino Avenue and Rolling Ridge Drive (see refers to an- has been Installed. Traffic and Transportation). other site within Rolling Ridge Estates. N.6 Assist In the implementation of the AQMP and other ✓ No. Project is con- Building plan check. City Building air quality mitigation (see Air Quality). sistent with AQMP. Official. Applicable provi- sions of AQMP will be implemented as part of building design. N.7 Reduce interior noise levels for residential units to 45 No. Measure Yes. Measu was N/A N/A CNEL and exterior noise levels to 65 CNEL. Double- refers to rest- implemented for paned windows,solid-core doors,blockwall/benn dential devel- residential develop- combinations, and increased insulation are suggested opment only. ment within Rolling to attenuate sound. Ridge Estates. N.8 Survey the subject area by a qualified vector biologist No. With N/A N/A N/A or biologist for the presence of ectoparasites and completion of ground squirrel numbers. If it is determined by the mass grading survey that the number of ground squirrels Is high, and develop- then prior to grading, a control program to include ment of sur- ectoparasite suppression immediately followed by a rounding rodent suppression program,would be performed. properties, vectors are not an issue. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. "4Gs 1/23B7(4imonfV ILLS\CHINoiiimiHMIT.T-A» A.A-11 MIS a 'MS aa a aa s a■L s �I a am !I'i a a` a °'i a1 1 • ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility Visual and Aesthetic Resources V.1 The placement of lots and stgeets along the ridgelines No. Project N/A N/A N/A will expose the residential buildings, thus increasing site does not their visual impacts of the PUD.Although the develop- contain a ment of the sides of the hills would significantly mitl- ridgeline re- gate the adverse visual Impact, due to the precipitous ferred to in slopes, a greater amount of grading would be re- this measure. quired. Therefore, the increased visual impact of • ridgeline development will preclude significant grad- ing impacts. V.2 Landscaping should be accomplished as soon as possi- V No. Site is cur- Prior to building per- Community We, after grading to minimum the length of exposure rently being reveg- mics. Development of the residential units and to stabilize the soil.A mas- elated pending site Department. ter landscape plan should be prepared that establishes development. Pro- community and neighborhood entryways, defines the visions of master collector roadway system, establishes buffers between landscape plan will uses and open space areas, and defines slope plant- be implemented i°g' with site develop- ment. V.3 Significant attention should he centered on landscap- V No. Measure will Prior to Approval of Community ing the Highway 71 corridor. Motorists passing by will be implemented as Landscape Plans Development initially sec this corridor prior to any other project site part of site develop- Department r feature.The Regional Commercial parking area should ment. be adequately screened with landscaping and berm combination to minimize the view of parked vehicles, V.4 The large wooded canyon in the west and central por- No. Measure Yes. Site has been N/A N/A tion of the site (as discussed under Project Impact) refers to an- preserved. should be left In its natural condition. other site within Rolling Ridge Estates. - 1 Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. '+oy 123x74(I1AROBWILES\CIIINOIIILNEIRMIT.T-0 A.A-12 i .- e • a I+ir a Ma — a i MOMS r', a lla. G a n a a S LSA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility V.5 Roofing material, color of house, and height of houses No. Measure Yes. Measure has N/A N/A should be controlled, particularly on ridge tops to refers to rest- been implemented reduce visibility of the strbctures from a distance. This dentlal devel- for residential de- could be imposed on the developer as a condition of opment only. velopment within tentative tract approval. Permanent restrictions on Rolling Ridge Es- future residents could be imposed by means of Condi- fates, tions, Conventions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) included in the deed of record. CC&Rs could also be used to control the type of fencing on near lot lines along ridge tops, and also to reduce visibility. Energy E.1 Locate residences, commercial buildings, school build- ✓ No. Measure will Site plan review. Community ings, the church and fire station when possible to be implemented as Development maximize solar access, thus reducing space heating part of site plan Department. requirements. These structures should be placed on , review. the lot in a north-south orientation to achieve full ben- efit. E.2 Enforce maximum speed limits through the use of No. Refers to Yes. Traffic laws N/A N/A effective signing. enforcement are being enforced of local traffic citywide. laws. E.3 Install thermal insulation in walls and ceiling of areas ✓ No. Will be 'nut- Prior to Issuance of City Building requiring heating and air conditioning which meets or mented as part of Building Permits Official , { exceeds standards established by the State of Califor- site development. nia or the County's Department of Building and Safety. Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. 123/970011:VlOQU\FILMS\CIIINOIIIWiIRMIT.'I'-A'> A.A-13 I a a c is pa (a a is is ir' a Mk fes, IS MA a IS t o I ISA Associates,rac. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility E.4 Use of tinted or solar reflective glass on appropriate ✓ No. Will be imple- Prior to Issuance of City Building exposures where possible. mented as part of Building Permits Official site development. E.5 Use of lighting switches and multi-switch provisions ✓ No. Will be imple- Prior to Issuance of City Building for control by occupants and building personnel to mented as part of Building Permits Official permit optimum energy use. site development. E.6 Public area lighting, both interior and exterior, should V No. Will be ample- Prior to Issuance of City Building be time-controlled and limited to that necessary for mented as part of Building Permits Official safety and protection. site development. E.7 Use of low-voltage elevators and escalators in the Re- V No. Will be imple- Prior to Issuance of City Building gional Center. mented as part of Building Permits Official site development if multi-story struc- tures are proposed. E.8 Offer optional solar-assisted water heating and space V No. Will be ample- Prior to Issuance of City Building heating packages. Require solar assisted heating for all mented as applica- Building Permits Official swimming pools. We as part of site development. E.9 Ensure the planning of bicycle and pedestrian paths V No. Will be imple- Site plan review. Community throughout the development as an alternative means mented as aprt of Development of transportation. Separate these systems from vehicu- site plan review and Department. lar circulation where possible. This should occur as a site development. condition of tentative tract map approval. • E.10 Limit window exposure on the east and west sides of ✓ No. Will be imple- Prior to Issuance of City Building structures. . mented as part of Building Permits Official . site development. ' Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. ems 1R9,97«n:VtonuvaLts'CmNontueuhirr.r-A., A.A-14 0 M .I as ma en — a it r" ail ai OS * is as rill air ISA Associates,Inc. Timing and Method Measure Applicable' Completed of Compliance Responsibility B.11 Maximize window exposure on south-facing walls, ✓ No. Will be imple- Prior to Issuance of City Building with roof overhangs to shade wall areas In summer mented as part of Building Permits Officialq and permit solar exposure lin winter. site development. E.12 Prepared landscape plans designed to maximize en- V No. Will be ample- Prior to Approval of Community ergy savings.This would include placement of decidu- mented as part of Landscape Plans Development ous trees on east, south, and west walls to shade wall site development. Department and window areas in the summer, and permit sunlight to penetrate the limbs of trees once the leaves have dropped. E.13 Use light colored roofing materials for solar reflections V No. Will be imple- Prior to issuance of City Building in the summer months, thus reducing air conditioning mented as part of building permit Official energy consumption. site development. fI 4i Applicable to the Discretionary Actions proposed for the Rolling Ridge Marketplace project. egeg 1R3t9744t I;11101WILES\CIIINOIIII.WIRMIT.Ta A.A-15 t ,_ r- -e . 975PR03 — Cj-. �CQLiJJC/L — — ,+o, RE `u71 97R-100 ATTACHMENT 1- CITY OF CHINO HILLS la k9/9'7 - ,`ey_ . Conditions of Approval For the Final Development-Plan-for--------- 9Y07 ,raU.u. The Rolling Ridge Estates Commerciaii7EntertainmenCenter ON-GOING/GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 1. The approval of this Final Development Plan (FDP) for the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex to be constructed within the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development (PD W17-127) shall be null and void two years from the date of approval, unless building permits have been issued and substantial construction has taken place. Where circumstances beyond the control of the applicant or its successors in interest cause delays which do not permit compliance with the two year time limitation,the Planning Commission shall hold a public hearing on the extension request and may recommend to the City Council that an extension of time be granted by the Community Development Director for the FDP fora period not to exceed an additional 36 months. Any application for an extension of time shall be filed with the Community Development Director or his designee at least 30 calendar days prior to the expiration date of the FDP approval. The applicant or its successors in interest shall be responsible for initiating any extension of time application, and for payment of the fees for processing of same. 2. The applicant and its successors in interest shall indemnify, protect, defend, and hold harmless, the City, and any agency or instrumentality thereof, and its elected and - appointed officials, officers, employees, and agents from and against any and all liabilities, claims, actions, causes of action, proceedings, suits, damages, judgments, liens, levies, costs, and expenses of whatever nature, including reasonable attorney's fees and disbursements (collectively"Claims") arising out of or in any way relating to this project, any discretionary actions related to the development of the project, or the environmental review conducted under California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code Section 21000 et sea., for the project. The City shall promptly notify the applicant or its successors in interest of any such Claims brought against the City. The City shall further cooperate fully in defense of the action. Should the City fail to either promptly notify or cooperate fully in defense of the action, the applicant or its successors in interest shall not, thereafter, be responsible to indemnify, protect, defend, or hold harmless the City, any agency or instrumentality thereof, or any of its elected and appointed officials, officers, employees, or agents. 3. If the City Attorney is required to enforce any of the project Conditions of Approval, all costs that are borne by the City in such enforcement, including Attorney's fees, shall be paid for by the applicant or its successors in interest. 052 (Minn u 1c - Pace 1 of 10 - December 9, 1997 4. This FDP is to allow development of the approximately 30 acre project site as a commercial/entertainment center complex. The complex is to include general commercial uses, including a 70,000 square foot, multi-screen theater, a 100 unit/three story hotel, a service station, three restaurants, specialty retail stores, and a day care center comprising approximately 191,650 square feet of buildings (The FDP covers Parcel 7 and Parcel D of Parcel Map No. 14996 and Parcels 2 and 3 of Parcel Map No. 10048). a. The applicant has concurrently filed an application requesting approval of an amended Preliminary Development Plan (PDP) to amend the approved Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development (PD W17-127) by amending and/or establishing the development standards and design guidelines for the approximately 30 acre general commercial/entertainment center complex. b. All related project Conditions of Approval for the amended PDP for the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development [(PUD) File PD W17-127)], the FDP, and the associated 1981 PUD Environmental Impact Report shall be concurrently completed at the applicable phase of the project with respect to and including, but not limited to, grading, map recordation, building plan check, and occupancy of the project, subject to the review and approval of the City. c. Minor changes to the FDP may be approved by the Community Development Director or his designee as set forth herein these Conditions of Approval (See Condition No. 5 below). Failure to comply with any of the Conditions shall be deemed just cause for review and revocation of project approval by the City Council upon receiving the Planning Commission's recommendation after the holding of a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed revocation. 5. Development of the project site shall be in substantial conformance with the approved Site Plan/Final Development Plan (FDP) and the associated FDP Conditions of Approval. (which Site Plan/Final Development Plan is hereby incorporated into these Conditions of Approval as Exhibit "A"), as may be amended or expressly superceded herein these amended FDP Conditions of Approval. A revised Site Plan/FDP and associated building elevations incorporating all Conditions of Approval shall be submitted to the Community Development Director or his designee for review and approval prior to the issuance of building permits for any buildings to be constructed on the commercial/entertainment center project site. Minor changes to the Site Plan/FDP may be approved by the Community Development Director or his designee. Minor changes are those that relate to infrastructure or other items if such changes are found to be in substantial conformance with the intent of the Site Plan/FDP approval. Minor revisions in the exact number, location, and square City of Chino Hills - Page 2 of 10 - December 9, 1997 footage of the buildings shown on the Site Plan/FDP shall be subject to review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of building permits. 6. The development of this project site shall be in substantial conformance with the approved Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 (PDP) and the associated PDP Conditions of Approval, the FDP, and the 1981 PUD EIR Mitigation Measures. 7. The development of the project site shall be in substantial conformance with any and all other applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, and resolutions. 8. All construction within the Rolling Ridge Estates PD W17-127 shall be subject to design review by the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of any building permits. Among other items, the design review is to ensure that the project is in conformance with the design guidelines set forth in the amended Preliminary Development Plan Conditions of Approval. 9. On-site and off-site-improvements required pursuant.to_these Conditions of Approval may be phased, subject to the review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee, so long as all improvements necessary to serve a specific parcel or building are completed prior to occupancy. 10. In addition to the requirements stated herein these Conditions of Approval, other on-site or off-site improvements may be required of the project which cannot be determined from the tentative plans submitted to the City at this time with the FDP. The nature and extent of these other improvements will be determined when improvement plans and profiles have been submitted to the City. 11. The applicant, its successors in interest, a commercial property owners association, or other entity acceptable to the City (and not the City, unless the City Council expressly accepts any or all of the responsibilities) shall be responsible for maintaining all of the improvements into perpetuity which are to be constructed to serve the commercial/entertainment center. This is to include, but in no way is to be limited to, all project related landscape improvements, monuments, irrigation, and related appurtenances, which are to be constructed on any common lots within the project area and/or which are to be constructed within any public right-of-way located within the project area, including the Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71). 12. The applicant, its successors in interest, a commercial property owners association, or other entity acceptable to the City (and not the City) shall be responsible for maintaining the commercial/entertainment center into perpetuity in compliance with City standards, ordinances, resolutions, and the project Conditions of Approval. A security plan is City of Chino Hills - Page 3 of 10 - December 9, 1997 x°54:. required to be submitted by the applicant to the City for review and approval of the Community Development Director and the Chino Hills Police Department, which plan is to ensure that the Center is properly maintained and adequate security is provided. Maintenance of the Center is to comply with the following performance standards, including, but in no way is to be limited to, the following: a. The Center shall be kept free from trash and debris at all times. In no event shall trash and debris remain on the site for more than 24 hours. b. The Center shall be patrolled by a private security company or other alternative approved by the Chino Hills Police Department. On-site security shall be provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week. c. All graffiti shall be removed from the premises within 72 hours. 13. Mandatory solid waste disposal services shall be provided by a City approved waste hauler to all parcels/lots or uses located within the commercial/entertainment center. 14. The applicant or its successors in interest shall provide separate areas and/or facilities for collection of refuse and recyclable materials to each property-owner and/or tenant, as appropriate, as well as a hose bib for washing collection areas. An adequate number of bins to allow for the collection of both refuse and recyclable materials generated by the project shall be provided. The dimensions of the refuse storage and recycling area enclosures within commercial/entertainment center complex shall be of adequate size to accommodate containers consistent with the current methods of collection in the area in which the project is located. Refuse and recyclable materials bins for tenants shall be enclosed by a six (6) foot high masonry wall.(split-face block or stucco coated precision • block) with solid view obstructing gates fitted with self-closing door devices, and be designed with cane bolts in front of the walls to secure the gates when in the open position. The gates should also be equipped with rod locks and corresponding rod holes in both the open and closed gate positions. Bins containing recyclable materials shall be provided protection for adverse environmental conditions which might render the collection materials unmarketable. No refuse/recycling enclosure shall be located within any required setback area. • 15. The applicant or its successors in interest shall be required to pay all appropriate fees, charges, deposits for services to be rendered, and securities required by the City pursuant to any applicable ordinance or resolution. City of Chino Hills - Page 4 of 10- December 9, 1997 UTILITIES 16. All underground utilities and structures shall be designed to accomodate future settlement. All utilities, vaults, splice boxes, and appurtenances are to be placed underground. Utility trenching shall comply with the requirements and standards of all agencies with jurisdiction over the utility and with those of the City. 17. The applicant or its successors in interest shall comply with the water system requirements of the City, including, but in no way limited to, providing an on-site water distribution"loop"with a minimum of two connections to the City's domestic water system. In the event that a looped on-site water system is not feasible, the applicant or its successors in interest shall operate and maintain a private on-site water distribution system supplied by the City's water system via a double check valve assembly or enter into agreements with adjacent property owners to construct a looped on-site distribution system per City standards which would be operated and maintained by the City. In either case, the on-site water distribution plan shall be in conformance with the City's standards for water facilities construction and in compliance with any applicable requirements of the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. The applicant or its successors in interest shall prepare and submit a water distribution facilities master plan, including all connection points and fire flow calculations, to the City's Public Facilities and Operations Department for review and approval prior to preparation of detailed plans and specifications. 17. The applicant or its successors in interest shall comply with the sanitary sewer system requirements of the City and the Chino Basin Municipal Water District. A sewer study shall be prepared and submitted to the City Engineer for review and approval prior to the issuance of building and/or fine grading permits. : 18. All utility lines and stub connections to the property lines of each lot shall be installed underground before any paving is installed. 19. Any existing utilities shall be relocated or abandoned in accordance with the requirements of the City and affected agencies. Any utility easements shall be identified on the final improvement plans as required by the City Engineer and the service agencies. Drainage 20. Written approval of the drainage concept for the project site shall be obtained from the CALTRANS and the San Bernardino County Flood Control District. If such approvals cannot be obtained, alternate facilities shall be provided as approved by the City Engineer. 21. Intersection drains shall be provided and sized to convey as much flow as feasible as approved by the City Engineer. City of Chino Hills - Page 5 of 10 - December 9, 1997 ,5 6 22. Storm drain facilities to serve the site shall be constructed as described in the project's preliminary drainage report prior to the issuance of final certificates of occupany for the individual buildings. The facilities shall be subject to review and approval of the City Engineer, which shall occur as part of the plan check process for building permits and/or precise grading plans, as appropriate. 23. Easements for, and permission to, construct storm drain facilities on and convey flows to off-site properties shall be obtained and provided as required by the City Engineer. Any required easements for public storm drains within the site shall be provided as required by the City Engineer. Public Services 24. As required by law and prior to the issuance of building permits, the applicant shall pay all required school mitigation fees. 25. The applicant or its successors in interest shall comply with the fire protection requirements of the Chino Valley Independent Fire District, as set forth in their Conditions of Approval dated September 2, 1997 (attached hereto). Architecture 26. Development of the project site shall be in substantial conformance with design guidelines set forth in the amended PDP Conditions of Approval. Landscape 27. All future pads shall be seeded and irrigated for erosion control prior to occupancy of any buildings. Details shall be included as part of the-landscape construction plans. The plans shall be submitted for review and approval by the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of any building permits for the commercial/entertainment center. 28. Enhanced landscaping shall be provided at the southeast corner of the project site. The enhancements are to include, but in no way be limited to, landscaping the lettered parcel located adjacent to the right-of-way of the Chino Valley Freeway (Parcel D of Parcel Map No. 14996) and landscaping the Chino Valley Freeway right-of-way at the southeasterly comer of the project site beginning at intersection of Chino Avenue and SR 71 proceeding easterly wrapping around the corner for a distance of approximately 1,000 feet (Landscaping of the Freeway area is subject to receiving an encroachment permit or other approval from CALTRANS). The landscape construction plans shall be subject to review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of any building permits for the commercial/entertainment center. Specimen- City of Chino Hills - Page 6 of 10 - December 9, 1997 U:al sized trees (24-inch box or larger) shall be provided at this key location to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of building permits or certificates of use and occupancy of the individual buildings, as appropriate. A separate agreement shall be entered into by the property owner and CALTRANS providing for installation and maintenance of the freeway landscaping at this major entry into the"City, subject to an CALTRANS approval of an encroachment permit or other permission. 29. Landscape construction plans shall be submitted for review and approval of the Community Development Director or his designee prior to issuance of the first building permit or the permit to fine grade the site. The plans shall be in substantial conformance with all landscape design requirements and concepts set forth in the project Conditions of Approval, including the following: a. All non-paved, non-building areas shall be landscaped. b. All slopes shall be protected against damage from erosion by planting with drought- tolerant plant material. Trees shall have a minimum density of one tree per 400 square feet of slope face. Ground cover shall be a woody plant material which provides 100% coverage at maturity. The entire face of all slopes shall be hydro- seeded with a City approved seed mix. The plant selection and method of planting shall be suitable for the soil and climatic conditions of the site. The minimum required size for trees and shrubs is as follows: • Trees: 80% 15 gallon, 20% 5 gallon • Shrubs: 40% 5 gallon, 60% 1 gallon • Ground Cover 100% coverage- c. Street trees are required along Chino Avenue. The trees shall be planted at a maximum spacing of forty (40) feet on center and shall be planted not less than: • 25' from beginning of curb returns at intersections; • 15' from street lights; • 10' from fire hydrants; • 10' from driveways. d. All landscaping to be installed within any public rights-of-way and any landscaping to be installed on any lettered lots shall have a separate irrigation meter with an approved backflow assembly. City of Chino Hills - Page 7 of 10- December 9, 1997 f�5S e. An itemized estimate of labor and material cost of all work shall be shown on the landscape construction plans for bonding purposes. f. All drainage and utility structures, retaining walls, vaults, and other improvements or structures shall be shown on the landscape construction plans, when these structures occur in landscaped areas. g. All walls, including perimeter and interior walls, shall be of solid masonry material with a decorative reveal and masonry cap with pilasters at property comers. A wall plan shall be submitted to the Community Development Director for review and approval, identifying the location as well as the colors and materials of all perimeter and interior walls. Vines shall be placed on all walls which face areas that are visible to the general public. h. Special landscape entry plantings and monumentation shall be provided at the main on-site drive entrance and at all building entrances. The main entry drive shall be a minimum of 60 feet from curb to curb and shall include a raised landscaped median for a distance of approximately 140 feet from the public right- of-way and the landscape treatment on either side of the drive shall be coordinated with that of the minor entrances. The entry drive dimensions shall be such that it • is adequately designed for pedestrian (ADA), bike, vehicular and truck traffic. The orientation of the parking stalls adjacent to the main entry drive shall be such that none back onto it. Enhanced landscaping, paving, and lighting shall be provided. j. All loading areas and loading docks shall be properly screened from view to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director or his designee, and such screening shall be coordinated with the grading. k. The outdoor plaza at the entrance to the movie theaters shall include special paving, bollards, lighting, landscaping and a variety of site elements to add visual richness. I. The parking lot shall be landscaped with at least 1 tree for every 10 parking stalls. Circulation and Access 30. No occupancy shall be permitted for any building constructed within the commercial/entertainment center until all required street improvements have been installed to the satisfaction of the City. 31. If phasing of the circulation and access improvements is proposed, the phasing plan shall be reviewed and approved by the Community Development Director or his designee prior to the issuance of building permits. City of Chino Hills - Page 8 of 10 - December 9, 1997 V 13 9 32. A traffic signal shall be installed at Chino Avenue and the main entrance to the project site and at Chino Avenue and Emerald Way with interconnect to adjacent signalized intersections. The traffic signal at Chino Avenue and the main entrance shall be installed and operational prior to issuance of the first Certificate of Occupancy for any building within the Center. The traffic signal at Chino Avenue and Emerald Way is to be installed and operational prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for the Theater. 33. The recommendations of the approved Traffic Impact Analysis Report shall be implemented to the satisfaction of the City Traffic Engineer, including the following: a. The applicant shall design and construct improvements to the Peyton Drive/Chino Avenue intersection to provide dual left turn lanes on the Peyton Drive approaches. b. The applicant shall modify the existing striping and raised median on Chino Avenue between Peyton Drive and SR 71, as deemed necessary by the City Traffic Engineer to facilitate safe and efficient access to the project. _ c. A fair share contribution in the amount of $38;012 toward area-wide circulation improvements shall be paid. 34. The subdivider/developer shall execute and record a covenant for reciprocal parking easement covering the entire site in a form and manner approved by the City Attorney upon the advice of the City Engineer and the Community Development Director pursuant to Chapter 9.170 of the Chino Hills Development Code within 60-days of the approval of the Final Development Plan. Notwithstanding the above, in no event shall any portion of the site be sold a third party prior to the recordation of such covenant. This covenant shall include provisions to prohibit overnight truck parking on site and shall provide that the City shall be reimbursed for its attorney's fees, costs for staff time, and other costs incurred in enforcing this covenant. In addition, the subdivider/developer shall be required to post all entry drives into the site with appropriate signage addressing, among other items, the prohibition of truck parking and restrictions on the hours that service deliveries can be made (with such service deliveries restricted to the hours of 7 am to 7 pm). City of Chino Hills - Page 9 of 10 - December 9, 1997 • EXHIBIT "A" SITE PLAN/FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN ROLLING RIDGE ESTATES COMMERCIAL/ENTERTAINMENT CENTER \ '>'• pl I .\. '�J. i ); l • �; \ \ "idyl �\ y ✓ �� :fr ,,• 51.O\è%\ \\ & \ • .. i� ta, .1 man ri S' ' -• :�,. .tia /\ \\ .,- , �0 I iginjxtiaij _ ' \\ \\, • 4 f4 C I- -aft � / q l __I�,�il rrF. �—' a7 'lel IIF IIF �� 2. q. - • \\ \ N is , i �./ i ;1if .l— , ih .----c----_______A/ ., ii,11 . • v`i•N\,t 7,1 - 06N \tiSa 1 \ y III , : SEM •-...*5-s .. s y \ --'1 "L.--- i• �.. , 1,• I; t-=• j'` lig q / ice""" ____-- � l� �•,,, ::a� «s yi p 1�� E - Page 10 of 10- City of Chino Hills December 9, 1997 1' 61 • REVIEW COM112ENTS CITY OF CHINO HILLS osysuaim 5NT RgV1EW COMMITTEE Meeting Due: 9/2/97 COMMENTING DEPARTMENT OR DIVISION: FIRE BY: VALERIE BOTTRELL PROJECT FILE NO: 97SPR03 LOCATION: CIIINO AVE./71 HIGHWAY REVIEW COMMENTS 1.) All structures in excess of 7500 square feet shall be fully fire sprinklered. 2.) On- and off-site fire hydrants shall be provided. Number and location to be deternrined. 3.) Water systems shall be designed to provide the required fire flow for the project. 4.) New construction, water improvement, and system installation plans shall be submitted to the Fire District and related fees paid for their review. 5.) Underground flammable liquid storage tank installation plans shall be submitted to the San Bernardino County Fire, Hazardous Material Division prior to submittal to the Fire District for review, 41 82.. in:::1'74 CITY OF C NO HILLS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CITY.. oxo.. PLANNING COMMISSION STAFF REPORT HEARING DATE: December 7, 1999 Agenda Item No. 7b PROJECT DESCRIPTION: CASE NO.: Extension of Time 99EXT04Ns% N N\�e�d SITE APPLICANT:Lennar Partners PROPOSAL:To extend the entitlements for the ‘o entertainment portion of the Lennar Power ! 1., , \ Center. The entitlements are currently 'o \\ ;, scheduled to expire in December, 1999, unless i\ ti ;;a•� :•\x an extension of time is granted. P �\ � ': LOCATION: The site is located on the northwest corner of Chino Avenue Chino Avenue and the 71 Freeway. A.P.N.: 1023-011-45, 46, 47 STAFF: Bruce A. Coleman - Community Development Director RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Planning Commission adopt the attached Resolution: recommending to the City Council approval of the extension of time for the entitlements for the commercial/entertainment portion of the Lennar Regional Power Center, subject to the conditions of approval. Hearing Notices sent on: 11/24/99 Report prepared by: Brian Saeki, Economic Development Planner SITE DESCRIPTION: Development Size: 30 Acres (Total of 3 parcels) Zoning: PD W17-127 Parcel Size: 30 Acres Overlay District: Fire Safety Review Area- FR-1 Terrain: Graded Pad Sewer Service: City of Chino Hills Existing Land Use: Vacant, Undeveloped Water Service: City of Chino Hills SURROUNDING LAND DESCRIPTION LOCATION GENERAL PLAN LAND USE ZONING EXISTING USE Site: Commercial CG 3 Parcel Commercial Development North: Commercial CG Lowe's and Costco South: Low Density Residential RS Low Density Residential East: State Highway n/a Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71) West: High Density Residential PD 17-127 Single Family Residential U63 99EXT04, Extension of Time Planning Commission Staff Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In November 1997, the Planning Commission recommended to the City Council approval of a Preliminary Development Plan Amendment and approval in concept of a Final Development Plan, to allow the development of the Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex with up to a maximum of 219,393 square feet of buildings on an approximately 30 acre site at the northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71) and Chino Avenue within the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development, PD W17-127. As the northern portion of the Lennar Regional Power Center becomes closer to being fully leased, the focus of new tenant attraction will be on the Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex. Various tenants are considering this site because of its' visibility and close proximity to the Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71). SITE LOCATION The site is located on the northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71) and Chino Avenue. BACKGROUND At its November 18, 1997 meeting, the Planning Commission recommended to the City Council approval of a Preliminary Development Plan Amendment and a Final Development Plan to allow for the development of the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex. The center included such uses as a 20 screen theater, a 100 unit three story hotel, a service station, three restaurants/fast food pads, retail stores, an entertainment/recreational facility, and a day care center. In response to the Commission's direction at its initial October 21, 1997 meeting on the project, staff required the applicant to submit a viewshed analysis and hotel market feasibility study. The viewshed analysis determined that the hotel and the other buildings, to be constructed on the site, would not obstruct the views from the surrounding neighborhoods at the northeast corner of Chino Avenue and Peyton Drive and south of Chino Avenue. The feasibility study identified the need for a hotel in the area. On November 18, 1997, the Planning Commission, after reviewing the viewshed analysis and hotel feasibility study, recommended approval of the project. Staff has attached a copy of each staff report presented to the Planning Commission at its October 21st and the November 18th meetings. Subsequent to the Planning Commission's action on this project, the City Council held a public hearing on December 9, 1997 at which time the Council approved the project. As part of its action, the City Council added a condition of approval requiring that the hotel owner/operator be subject to City Council review and approval prior to the establishment of such a use on the property. City of Chino Hills 2 December 7, 1999 z.64 99EXT04, Extension of Time Planning Commission Staff Report DISCUSSION The approved entitlements for the Commercial/Entertainment Center are consistent with the applicable provisions of the City's General Plan, PD 17-127, the C-G Zoning District, and the Development Code. Over the past two years, the primary focus for tenant attraction has been on the northern portion of the power center (Costco, Lowe's, Sport Chalet, Savon etc.). As the northern portion of the power center becomes closer to being fully leased, the primary focus for tenant attraction will shift to the Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex. The Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex is scheduled to be the final phase of the Lennar Power Center development. Various tenants are considering this site because of its' visibility and close proximity to the Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71). The completion of the Center will provide the citizens of Chino Hills with opportunities to shop, dine, and entertain within the City. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION The proposed extension of time will not have a significant effect on the environment, based on prior environmental review for the project, and is exempt from additional CEQA requirements. RECOMMENDATION That the Planning Commission adopt the attached Resolution: 1) recommending to the City Council approval of the extension of time for the entitlements for the commercial/entertainment portion of the Lennar Power Center, subject to the conditions of approval. Respectfully submitted, Prepared by: Bruce Coleman, Brian Saeki, Economic Development Planner Community Development Director Attachments: Resolution Conditions of Approval Planning Commission Staff Report, November 18, 1997 Planning Commission Staff Report, October21, 1997 City of Chino Hills 3 December 7, 1999 %65 CITY OF CHINO HILLS CITY ovCHINO IULLS - STAFF REPORT TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING DATE: November 18, 1997 Agenda Item No. 7b PROJECT DESCRIPTION: CASE NO's: Initial Study/Addendum to the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development Environmental Impact Report(PUD EIR); Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 to establish and/or modify the development standards and design guidelines for the proposed CommerciaUEntertainment Center, including increasing the maximum height limitation from 45 to 50 feet; and A Final Development Plan to establish the detailed development/site plan for the proposed Commercial/Entertainment Center in PD W17-127. APPLICANT/ • OWNER: Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc PROPOSAL A Preliminary Development Plan Amendment and a Final Development Plan to allow development of the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex •- • project, comprising up to a maximum of 219,393 square feet of buildings and containing a 70,000 square foot, multi-screen theater with up to 20 screens, a 100 unit/three story hotel, a service station, three restaurants, specialty retail stores, and a day care center on an approximately 30 acre site. LOCATION: Northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway(SR 71) and Chino Avenue. A.P.N.: 1023-011-45,-46, and -47 • STAFF: Tina Ryder, Senior Planner . • RECOMMENDATION: That the Planning Commission, on the basis of the facts and findings contained within the attached Resolutions, recommend to the City Council: 1. Approval of the Initial Study/Addendum to the Rolling Ridge Estates PUD EIR; 2. Approval of Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01; and 3. Approval in Concept of the Final Development Plan for the CommerciaUEntertainment Center in PD W17-127. Hearing Notices Sent November 6, 1997 Report Prepared By: Tina Ryder, Senior Planner EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The applicant, Lennar Rolling Ridge Inc, is proposing a Preliminary Development Plan Amendment and a Final Development Plan, to allow the development of a proposed Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex with up to a maximum of 219,393 square feet of buildings on an approximately 30 acre site at the northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71) and Chino Avenue within the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development, PD W17-127. The Complex is to consist of general commercial land uses, including a 70,000 square foot, multi-screen theater with up to 20 screens, a 100 unit/three story hotel, a service station, three restaurants, specialty retail stores, and a day care center. 6 U City of Chino Hills - 1 - November 18, 1997 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Ir Staf, F to the Planning Commission Commercial/Entertainment Center Roiling Ridge Estates PD W17-127 BACKGROUND: At its October 21, 1997 meeting, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on a proposal submitted to the City by Lennar Rolling Ridge Inc. for development of a proposed Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex to be located at the northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway(SR 71) and Chino Avenue in PD W17-127. The Complex consisted of a 10 screen theater, a 100 unit/three story hotel, a service station, two restaurants/fast food pads, retail stores, an entertainment/recreational facility and a day care center (see attached Staff Report to the Planning Commission). At the conclusion of its public hearing on the project, the Commission approved the Commercial/Entertainment Center with the exception of the hotel component. In taking this action, the Commission had directed that the applicant bring the hotel portion of the project back to it for further review. The Commission's review of the hotel was to include a viewshed analysis and a review of its feasibility from a market perspective. As a result of the Commission's direction regarding.the hotel component of the proposed - Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex, staff has undertaken further discussions with the applicant. In response to these discussions and the input received at the Commission's October 21, 1997 public hearing, the applicant has modified the project by revising the site plan and other elements of the proposed Commercial/Entertainment Center Complex. The primary revision to the site plan is the relocation of the theater further to the east away from the Village at Rolling Ridge and closer to the freeway. This revision was made in order to address some of the concerns expressed by both the Commission and the residents. At its October 21, 1997 hearing on the proposed Commercial/Entertainment Center project, Commission members raised concerns with regard to the Community Development Director's discretion to approve minor changesinthe -site plan layout,and requested clarification of what minor changes would require that the project be reconsidered by the Commission. As a result of the Commission's discussion of the minor change process, the Community Development Director has determined that the currently proposed modification in the theater portion of the site plan did require the scheduling of a new public hearing before the Commission. Therefore, the purpose of this hearing is twofold: 1) to review the revised site plan and 2) to review the hotel component of the project. The applicant has requested that the Commission make its recommendation to the City Council at this time with regard to the hotel portion of the project. In response to the Commission's concerns the applicant has provided the attached information (see letter dated November 10, 1997) - and is requesting that the Commission recommend approval of the hotel component of the project for subsequent consideration by the City Council. Staff has attached the previous Staff Report to the Commission. City of Chino Hills -2- November 18, 1997 1_i 6 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Int Staff L .to the Planning Commission Commercial/Entertainmerit Center Rolling Ridge Estates PD W17-127 ANALYSIS: Viewshed Analysis/Height of the Hotel As a result of the Commission's direction, staff has required that the applicant submit a viewshed analysis (see attached viewshed analysis). The analysis indicates that the hotel and the other buildings to be constructed on the site will not obstruct the views from the surrounding neighborhoods at the northeast corner of Chino Avenue and Peyton Drive and south of Chino Avenue. Market Feasibility of Hotel The applicant has indicated the the hotel will be upscale and is designed to serve a number of markets (see attached letter dated November 10, 1997). Phillip F. Cutting, President of C/W Hospitality will be available at the Planning Commission meeting to answer specific questions about the market feasibility of the proposed hotel and its trade area. FINDINGS: Staff recommends that the findings associated with the environmental review of the project, as well as the findings for each of the project applications be made by the Planning Commission, as set forth in the attached Resolutions. Staff further recommends that the Planning Commission recommend to the City Council approval of the proposed Commercial/Entertainment Center project. RECOMMENDATIONS: Staff recommends, on the basis of the facts and findings -contained in the attached Resolutions, that the Planning Commission recommend to the City Council: 1. Approval of the Initial Study/Addendum to the PUD EIR prepared for the proposed Commercial/Entertainment Center project and adoption of findings pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq, the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City's Local CEQA Guidelines. 2. Approval of Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01; and 3. Approval in Concept of the Final Development Plan for development of the project site with a maximum of 191,950 square feet of building area. City of Chino Hills -3- November 18, 1997 ki 6 3 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc Staff , to the Planning Commission CommerciaVEntertainment Center Rolling Ridge Estates PD W17-127 Respectfully Submitted, Prepared Prepared by: Bruce Coleman Ti ~ ` Tinaa Ryder Community Development Director Senior Planner Recommended by: Kevin Carri,r. Development Services a -ger City of Chino Hills -4- November 18, 1997 L1 1 ! / • `N Regional Coi er ICcmcr II c ..,...c„. \ ♦♦'` San Bernardino �l5 �� Cob. ounty --cm.r .re wt._�' \ "COSTCO".o Regional Commercial Center ll- 'co%iyy \ 9. Under Construction Cs \'o (No!a part) iJ,` • . xi \ `• ,41,-n-qa, ,0302-Its, \ . • EXISTING 1(I%SlDIiNTlA1, • ' • NN.\\ `• • (Nola par!) `•� \ ..n-. , chino Avenue _ _ —.. -N� •� Chino City of �. — . _..—_.. . .— Chino Hills \. • N T .S . • 0a na• •004 Project Location c CITY OF CHINO HILLS STAFF REPORT TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION CRY Cr CHINO HILLS Hearing Date: October 21, 1997 Agenda Item No. 7b PROJECT DESCRIPTION: CASE NO's: Initial Study/Addendum to the Rolling Ridge Estates PUD EIR; Amended Preliminary Development Plan No. 97-01; and Final Development Plan for a proposed CommerciaVEntertainment Center in PD W17-127 APPLICANT/ OWNER: Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc. PROPOSAL: A Preliminary Development Plan Amendment and a Final Development Plan, to allow for development of the Rolling Ridge Estates CommerciaVEntertainment Center Complex, consisting of a 10 screen theater, a 100 unit/three story hotel, a service station, two restaurants/fast food pads, retail stores, an entertainment/recreational facility, and a day care center comprising approximately 212,500 square feet of buildings. LOCATION: Northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway(SR 71) and Chino Avenue APN: 1023-01145, 46, and 47 STAFF: Tina Ryder, Senior Planner RECOMMENDATION:That the Planning Commission, on the basis of the facts and findings contained within the attached Resolutions, recommend to the City Council: 1. Approval of the Initial Study/Addendum to the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development Environmental Impact Report(PUD EIR); 2. Approval of the Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No.97-01;and 3. Approval in Concept of the Final Development Plan for the CommerciaVEntertainment Center. Hearing Notices Sent October 9, 1997 Report Prepared By: Tina Ryder,Senior Planner EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The applicant, Lennar Rolling Ridge Inc.; is proposing a Preliminary Development Plan Amendment and a Final Development Plan, to allow for construction of an approximately 212,500 square foot CommerciaVEntertainment Center Complex on a 30 acre site at the northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71) and Chino Avenue within the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development, PD W17-127. The Complex is to include general commercial uses, including a 10 screen theater, a 100 unit/three story hotel, a service station, two restaurants/fast food pads, retail stores, an entertainment/recreational facility, and a day care center. City of Chino Hills -1 - October 21, 1997 i_' f1_ Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc. -planning Commission Staff Report Commercial/Entertainment Center Rolling Ridge Estates PD W17-127 • SITE LOCATION: The approximately 30 acre project site is located in the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development, PD W17-127, at the northwest corner of the Chino Valley Freeway (SR 71) and Chino Avenue. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc. has submitted the following applications requesting approval of the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center(Center) project: Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01, proposing to establish and/or modify the development standards and design guidelines for the Center within the Rolling Ridge Estates Planned Unit Development (PD 17-127) on a project site that has been designated for regional and related commercial uses; and Final Development Plan, proposing to establish the detailed development/site plan for the proposed Center consisting of a 10 screen theater, a 100 unit/three story hotel, a service station, two restaurants/fast food pads, retail stores, an entertainment/recreational facility, and a day care center comprising approximately 212,500 square feet of buildings. ANALYSIS: Environmental Review An Initial Study/Addendum (ISA) was prepared for the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center project. The ISA is an addendum to the previously certified PUD EIR for the Rolling Ridge Estates PD 17-127. The ISA and the PUD EIR, together with all other documents incorporated therein by reference, serve as the environmental review of the proposed project, as required pursuant to CEQA, Public Resources Code Section 21000 et sept, the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City of Chino Hills Local Guidelines for Implementing CEQA (Local CEQA Guidelines). Pursuant to the provisions of CEQA, the State CEQA Guidelines, and the Local CEQA Guidelines, the City is responsible for deciding whether or not to approve the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center project. As part of the decision making process, the City is required by law to review and consider the potential environmental effects that may occur as a result of development of the Rolling Ridge Estates Commercial/Entertainment Center. City of Chino Hills -2- October 21, 1997 ren U ! 4 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc_ Planning Commission Staff Report Commercial/Entertainment Center Rolling Ridge Estates PD W17-127 By way of background, the Board of Supervisors of the County of San Bernardino (Board) certified the PUD EIR and adopted CEQA Findings and Findings of Overriding Considerations on October 21, 1981, for those environmental effects associated with PD 17-127, including development of the regional Commercial Center and related commercial uses, which were found to be unavoidable and adverse. After taking these actions relating to the PUD EIR, the Board approved PD 17-127. The proposed CommerciaUEntertainment Center project now under consideration is a minor reduction in size and scope from that evaluated in the PUD EIR. The EIR reviewed maximum development of the combined regional Commercial Center and related commercial uses. The total building area was 1,000,000 square feet of regional and related retail, whereas today the total building area is approximately 995,393 square feet. Pursuant to the requirements of the applicable environmental laws, the City's review of the Commercial/Entertainment Center project in the ISA is to be limited to examining the environmental effects associated with the changes between the Regional Commercial Center and related retail project (Regional Commercial Center I) and the Commercial/Entertainment Center project proposed now, any change in circumstances, and any new information of substantial importance. City staff completed the ISA in order to determine whether any of the proposed changes associated with the CommerciaUEntertainment Center project as compared to the Regional Commercial Center I project, any changes in circumstances, or any new information of substantial importance require that a subsequent or supplemental EIR to the P1.10 ER be prepared. Pursuant to Section 21166 of CEQA and Section 15162 of the State CEQA Guidelines, no subsequent EIR may be required for the CommerciaUEntertainment Center project unless the City determines, on the basis of substantial evidence, that one or more of the conditions enumerated therein are met. As a result of the review and analysis contained in the ISA and the PUD EIR, together with all other documents incorporated therein by reference, City staff found that the PUD EIR prepared for the Rolling Ridge Estates CommerciaUEntertainment Center project and the ISA thereto provides more than adequate environmental review as required by CEQA, the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City's Local CEQA Guidelines. None of the conditions set forth in Section 15162 of the State CEQA Guidelines requiring preparation of a subsequent EIR have been met. Thus, no subsequent EIR can be required by the City for the Rolling Ridge Estates CommerciaUEntertainment project currently proposed. As part of its evaluation of the project, City staff also relied on Section 21083.3(b) of CEQA, which limits further environmental review of development projects that are consistent with the City's General Plan and that have already been exhaustively reviewed in the EIR prepared for that General Plan. Pursuant to this Section of CEQA, further environmental review is to be limited to considering those effects on the environment that are peculiar to the parcel or project or City of Chino Hills -3- October 21, 1997 .:�73 Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc. - Planning Commission Staff Report CommercialEntertainment Center Rolling Ridge Estates Pp W17-127 those for which substantial new information shows the project impacts to be more significant than described in the General Plan EIR. City staff has determined that none of the conditions set forth in Section 21083.3(b) of CEQA requiring preparation of a new EIR have been met. Requested Entitlements The requested entitlements for the Commercial/Entertainment Center are consistent with the applicable provisions of the City's General Plan, PD 17-127, the C-G Zoning District, and the Development Code. The Center is to be located adjacent and immediately west of SR 71 and northerly of Chino Avenue. The Center will be physically separated by these roadways from the majority of the Rolling Ridge Estates development with the exception of the approximately 10 acre, 78 unit small lot, single-family residential subdivision at the northeast corner of Peyton Drive and Chino Avenue. The Center is consistent with the locational standards for commercial land uses as set forth in the City's General Plan and as established through PD 17-127. According to the standards, Regional Shopping Centers are to be located at major street intersections, and preferably near a freeway interchange. Through imposition of the project Conditions of Approval and the completion of the applicable PUD Conditions of Approval and the PUD EIR mitigation measures (as set forth in the attached Resolutions), the Commercial/Entertainment Center project properly completes the — last phase in a master planned PUD (PD 17-127) designed to provide a balanced mix of housing and employment. The project Conditions and EIR mitigation measures identify all necessary public facilities and utilities in order to serve the proposed development. Additionally, they require and implement all applicable standards, design guidelines, and other planning and land use requirements in effect for the Center. The Center will provide substantial benefit to the City without significantly affecting the community through implementation of the Conditions of Approval the the PUD EIR mitigation measures. Completion of the Center will provide the citizens of Chino Hills with much needed opportunities to shop, dine, and entertain within the City, allowing them to enjoy a full range of services without traveling to other cities and thereby reversing the current sales tax leakage. FINDINGS: Staff recommends that the findings associated with the environmental review of the project, as well as the findings for each of the project applications be made by the Planning Commission, as set forth in the attached Resolutions. • City of Chino Hills -4- October 21, 1997 '.j74 \t: Lennar Rolling Ridge, Inc. 'fanning Commission Staff Report Commercial/Entertainment Center Rolling Ridge Estates PD W17-127 — RECOMMENDATIONS: Staff recommends, on the basis of the facts and findings contained within the attached Resolutions, that the Planning Commission recommend to the City Council: 1. Approval of the ISA to the PUD EIR prepared for the Rolling Ridge Estates Regional Commercial Center project and adopt findings pursuant to CEQA, Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq., the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City's Local CEQA Guidelines; 2. Approval of the Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01; and 3. Approval in Concept of the Final Development Plan for developing the project site with a maximum of 212,500 square feet of building area. Respectfully submitted: Prepared by: Bruce A. Coleman Tina Ryder V Community Development Director Senior Planner • Recommended by: Kevin Carrigan Development Services Manager City of Chino Hills -5- October 21, 1997 • \N / \ ♦`\ N\\ LP(IIiNU ♦ Commercial Regional II / • ♦♦ iet I ♦•♦, N \\ Project Site \ `� N. San Bernardino 4%p County 11- \ "COSTCO" YA\ e.+P� S. Reglonrd Commercial Center/I- errs,. \ �. Under Construction 0 (Not o par() 4,,,) 'N N n \ 4•i \ \\.\\ ♦ \ • \\IlkiL.,ii k i 444.,,41.1 I ti.•, :, .a‘,‘,‘ , \ \ .... \\‘‘ EXISTING RESIDENTIAL 4' , ` ' (Not a purl) \ ♦` \ City of 9r12/97(CIIL7,13) __ ____ . (,Juno Hilly \, i Fgure 2.2 4? N LSA a tar ,«r Project Location • r aniNOMINI LENNAR PARTNERS November 10, 1997 Tina Ryder City of Chino Hills 2001 Grand Avenue Chino Hills, CA 91709-4869 RE: Preliminary Development Plan Amendment No. 97-01 Final Development Plan for Commercial/Entertainment Center in PD W17-127 Dear Tina: Lennar Partners is submitting for city approval a development plan for a 219,000 square foot entertainment center to be built on the 29.00 gross acres located at Chino Avenue and Highway 71. The proposed uses include: • 70,000 multi-plex theater • 25,000 SF secondary retail anchor • 35,000 SF of other retail • three restaurant pads • one service station • A three-story high quality hotel with approximately 100 rooms. Lennar Partners envisions this development becoming a gathering place for the residents of Chino Hills. Using creative landscaping and hardscape, Lennar will be able to create a core recreational destination where the residents will be able to eat, shop and take in a movie. Instead of being forced to patron-surrounding communities' commercial centers, Chino Hills will have a community center to call its own. The up-scale hotel will have a high level of operational expertise and quality and will be able to service a number of markets. Its location just off the freeway will allow it to service the needs of the business traveler doing business in the Inland Empire. By including the hotel as part of a larger entertainment center, business travelers will prefer this location to others because of the restaurant and retail amenities available. This hotel will also provide the local community with a nice,well run hotel to house visiting friends and relatives. The hotel is not intended to nor will it have the ability to cater to the trucking industry since there will be no truck parking or easy truck access provided. The elevations of the hotel will be clean and will have elevations consistent with the overall center and surrounding area. As is shown in the view analysis, the hotel will not obstruct the panoramic views of the surrounding homes. 2049 Century Park East,Suite 920,Los Angeles,California 90067-3111 Telephone 3101552-2800 FAX 310/552-6004 r; 7 7 City of Chino Hills ` Entertainment Center November 10, 1997 Lighting and signage within the center will be designed in a way that provides visibility for the retailers but does not impose on or overwhelm the neighborhood. As owner of this project, Developer recognizes the importance of maintaining a safe and secure atmosphere within the center and will do what is necessary in terms of security to ensure patrons feel comfortable in spending time here. Lennar Partners, Inc. is excited with this plan for a new entertainment and commercial center and believes it can become Chino Hill's commercial hear and soul; a place to visit, shop and spend time with family and friends. Sincerely, R. Lang ottrell is 7 3 LENNAR PARTNERS