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02-26-2019 CC Rpt 11 COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT Chino I IiEI� TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2019 MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER ITEM NO: 11 SUBJECT:SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPR01 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 - THE STORAGE DISTRICT AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the City Council: a. Conduct a public hearing and take public testimony on the project; and b. Adopt a Resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPR01 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INDOOR SELF-STORAGE FACILITY AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT; or c. In the alternative, if the City Council votes to deny the project, staff recommends that the City Attorney's office be directed to return with a revised resolution, incorporating the Council's findings, at the next regular City Council meeting; or d. A third alternative, if the City Council wants an aspect of the project further studied and revised, is to refer the project back to Planning Commission with direction BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS: PROJECT CASE NO.: Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 APPLICANT/ SORSIRS, Inc. OWNER: 1319 Miracielo Court San Marcos, CA 92078 LOCATION: Vacant pad located to the east of the Chino Hills Hotel within the existing Fairfield Ranch Business Park development (located southwest of the intersection of Soquel Canyon Parkway and Fairfield Ranch Road). The Assessor's Parcel Number for the property (including the vacant pad, existing parking and circulation improvements, and land within the adjacent Southern California Edison easement) is 1028-641-21 SITE DESCRIPTION Parcel Size: 5.39 acres Terrain: Flat Project Size: 3.2 acres Overlay District: None Existing Land Vacant/Commercial Center Sewer Service: City of Chino Hills Use: 47/210 General Plan: Business Park Water Service: City of Chino Hills Zoning: Planned Development (PD) 50-153 (Business Park) Location Land Use General Plan Zoning Designation Site Vacant/Commercial Center Business Park PD 50-153 (Business Park) North Commercial Center Business Park PD 50-153 (Business Park) South Commercial Center and the Business Park PD 50-153 (Business Park) SR-71 Freeway SEast and dquel Canyon Parkway Medium Density PD 50-153 (Residential) Single-Family Residences Residential West Commercial Center Business Park PD 50-153 (Business Park) . . "--- . ' i i -is [11,:' T., . ,..re . , k, N. :, 41. I . .. . .• ,..... ..,. , „ , • _.• i_ ix ) . ., 1, A Nike ' : . x.:,,,,,;4".i \ go, ',.., . , ''' , 450 ,tigi. ,N., _,, _ .00\kr%6:r' "170...-.1 X.I it Project � 4 �. � ��ti �� b %p . it 1 z 0,,, .V 1 Cf.\ r . a - Site ,' 'vJ 1 T n \ ,_,F.---'-.- ' N \ . r -,, : ,,,,v, ,tip ir, , .% 0 3: ,, 10, ilk. ,..--- - -- • !. ' <7.t VICINITY MAP BACKGROUND The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors adopted the Fairfield Ranch Planned Development (PD) in 1986. The PD encompasses 245.8 acres, including the project site, which is located within Planning Area 8 (the area south of Fairfield Ranch Road and west of Soquel Canyon Parkway) of the PD and was designated for business park uses. The Chino Hills City Council adopted an amendment to the PD in 1997, which revised the density and development standards of the residential uses, and did not change the designation for the project site. In 2000, the City Council adopted an additional amendment to the PD, which revised the 48/210 development standards for the business park uses, including the project site. Additionally, Site Plan Reviews (00SPR06 and 00SPR07) were approved to establish conceptual site plans for the business park and commercial development, including Planning Area 8. The conceptual site plan for Planning Area 8 anticipated the development of 8.21 acres with office buildings, restaurants, a hotel, and multi-tenant retail buildings. The site plan included the subject project area, which was conceptually planned as a 30,000-square foot office building. Between 2002 and 2006, the Planning Commission considered and approved entitlements for the uses surrounding the project site, including a Denny's restaurant, Archibald's restaurant, a 99-room hotel with a 3,000-square foot restaurant, and a multi-tenant retail building. These approvals included modifications from the conceptual site plan for Planning Area 8, such as changes to building locations and layouts, the addition of a second drive thru, and reducing the size of the hotel and adding an additional restaurant pad in its footprint. The last of these projects, the hotel, finished construction in 2011. Throughout the development of the surrounding uses and buildings, the subject property has generally remained undeveloped and vacant. The proposed project is the first formal application submitted for the development and use of the property since the conceptual site plan was approved in 2000. The project site is at times overgrown with weeds and occasionally used for illegal dumping. Public Noticina and Correspondence On October 31, 2018, City staff mailed a courtesy project notice to property owners within 300 feet of the subject project site. This mailing, and subsequent public hearing notice mailings, included the owners of the residential properties closest to the project site. The public hearing notice for the Planning Commission's review of the project was mailed to property owners on November 21, 2018, and published in the Chino Hills Champion on November 24, 2018. The City received three letters/email messages in support of the project and one email in opposition to the project prior to the Planning Commission's review of the project. Plannina Commission Review The Planning Commission (Commission) conducted a public hearing for the proposed storage district project on December 4 th and 18 th, 2018. The key matters raised by the Commission included: • The design and maintenance of the proposed wall art on the eastern elevation facing Soquel Canyon Parkway/Central Avenue; • Concerns raised by the Assistant City Attorney that public art falls under the First Amendment free speech provisions and is therefore difficult for local governments to regulate; • Potential architectural treatments for the eastern elevation in lieu of the wall art; • The texture and finish of the proposed architectural materials and the use of landscaping to provide visual relief at the base of the building; • The reduced number of vehicle trips and parking from the proposed storage facility versus a 30,000-square foot office facility that was considered in a 2000 conceptual site plan for the overall development; • The market demand for self-storage facilities in Chino Hills and the surrounding communities; and • The use of self-storage facilities by home based business and small business entrepreneurs. During the December 4 th public hearing, public speakers, both residents of Chino Hills, 49/210 addressed the Planning Commission. The first speaker, Gabriel DeLuna, expressed support for the project and suggested it incorporate additional meeting or office space. The second speaker, Juan Chavez, also expressed support for the project and expressed concern about adequate parking. The Planning Commission continued the December 4th public hearing to December 18 th directing staff to work with the applicant to incorporate architectural enhancements into the project design in lieu of the wall art. The Commission resumed the public hearing on December 18, 2018, and discussed the proposed revisions to the architectural enhancements of the project. The Commission incorporated a Condition of Approval requiring the replacement of the proposed slump stone with split-face block for the base of the building; the split-face block will provide increased texture and a color palette that will complement the proposed project and existing buildings. No members of the public spoke on the project. The Planning Commission adopted a resolution attached as Exhibit G approving Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05, by 4-1 vote, with Commissioner Stover opposing approval of the project, stating that the size of the building is out of proportion to the existing buildings in the center; an economic feasibility study was not prepared for the project; the project would generate minimal employment opportunities and sales tax revenue; and the project is not the ideal use and design for its highly visible location. The Planning Commission Minutes from December 4, 2018, and December 18, 2018, are attached as Exhibits "H" and "I", respectively. The Planning Commission Agenda Packet for the December 4 and 18, 2018, meetings were included in the Agenda packet for the Council's February 12, 2019, meeting and are incorporated into this staff report by this reference. PROJECT PROPOSAL SORSIRS, Inc. (the Applicant) requests approval of Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 to allow the development of an indoor self-storage facility on the vacant pad to the east of the Chino Hills Hotel within the existing Fairfield Ranch Business Park development. The proposed facility would consist of a 130,149-square foot, three-story building providing 128,149 square feet of self-storage area (approximately 1,000 leasable storage units) and a 2,000-square foot guest lobby and office area. The project would also include associated parking, circulation, and landscape improvements. In addition to providing self-storage space, the proposed project incorporates additional services intended to serve the needs of customers operating home-based businesses. The guest lobby will provide a reception counter where customers may interact with employees and purchase pre-packaged refreshments. A seating area with complimentary internet access will allow customers to access their email and conduct other online activities. Customers may also take advantage of an approximately 230-square foot conference room. Approximately 215 square feet of the lobby will be outfitted for packaging and shipping services with secure package pickup and drop off provided by commercial parcel carriers. Normal operating hours for the facility would be 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and two (2) employees are anticipated to be onsite to provide customer service during these hours. Customers would be able to access their storage unit during normal business hours and could request a client-specific code that would grant them access outside of normal hours. Electronic security and access control is provided throughout the building and along the building perimeter and would be monitored from an offsite location on a 24-hour a day basis. This security system is intended to take the place of an onsite caretaker and the project does not include a residential component. (The hours of operation and the 50/210 installation and 24-hour monitoring of the security system have been incorporated as Conditions of Approval 28 and 29.) GENERAL PLAN AND ZONING CONSISTENCY The General Plan Land Use Map designates this property as Business Park and the property's zoning designation is PD 50-153 (Business Park). Title 16, Appendix A (Regulation of Uses by Zoning District) of the Chino Hills Municipal Code (CHMC) stipulates that a "mini-warehouse" use is subject to the review and approval of a Conditional Use Permit. Section 16.02.250 of the CHMC defines a "mini-warehouse" as "a structure containing separate storage spaces of three hundred (300) square feet or less which are designed to be leased or rented separately." The proposed self-storage facility provides separate storage spaces for lease or rent, the largest of which is 300 square feet; thus, the proposed self-storage facility is consistent with the "mini-warehouse" use, which is conditionally permitted in the Business Park zoning district. The proposed project conforms to the General Plan in that the project proposes the development of a self-storage facility, which is a conditionally permitted use with the Business Park zoning district. PD 50-153 and Title 16 (Development Code) of the CHMC are implementation tools of the General Plan and provide development standards and guidelines for commercial projects to ensure that projects reflect the concepts identified in the General Plan for the Business Park designation. As discussed above and in the subsequent sections of this report, the proposed project conforms to the development standards and guidelines of PD 50-153 and the applicable sections of the Development Code. Therefore, the proposed project is consistent with the General Plan and zoning designations of the property. PROJECT ANALYSIS Buildina Heiaht The proposed project reaches a maximum height of 41 feet 3 inches above finished grade, which conforms to the 45-foot maximum height stipulated in PD 50-153 for the business park land use areas. Buildina Setbacks As shown in the following table, the proposed project complies with the required setbacks for the business park land use areas of PD 50-153. Setback Required Proposed (Front (Fairfield Ranch Road) 25 feet 290 feet (Side (Soquel Canyon Parkway) 25 feet 25 feet lInterior Side (building to building) 10 feet 55 feet (Rear 20 feet 200 feet Access. Parkins and Loading. Circulation The proposed project would not alter the existing access and circulation of the development. Access to the center is provided by a single driveway on Fairfield Ranch Road located in the northwestern corner of the project, adjacent to the Archibald's restaurant. Private drive aisles provide vehicular circulation throughout the development. The sidewalks along the frontage of each building provide pedestrian circulation. The project will utilize the existing access and circulation within the development. The existing center provides 281 parking spaces; this parking is located in the center of the development and along the existing buildings in the center. The existing parking is shared 51/210 among the current tenants of the center, including Denny's restaurant, Archibald's restaurant, the Chino Hills Hotel, and the uses within the multi-tenant retail building. The following figure illustrates the existing parking within the center. Sheet P1 in the project plans (Exhibit "B") provides diagrams showing the existing parking layout and count and the proposed parking layout with the development of the project. The proposed project would construct an additional 42 parking spaces, bringing the total parking for the center to 323 spaces. As shown in the following table, the combined parking demand of the existing uses and the proposed project, as calculated using the parking ratios specified in Chapter 16.34 Parking and Loading of the Development Code, will be 343 spaces, which exceeds the number of parking spaces provided by 20 spaces. prosUse Areas Floor Required Parking Ratio Parking red Spaces Hotel Chino Hills (99 guest 55,000 sq. ft. 1 space per room 99 rooms) Future Restaurant 3,000 sq. ft. 1 space per 100 sq. ft. 30 Denny's Restaurant 4,993 sq. ft. 1 space per 100 sq. ft. 50 Archibald's Restaurant 3,525 sq. ft. 1 space per 100 sq. ft. 36 Starbucks 1,800 sq. ft. 1 space per 100 sq. ft. 18 Sushi Ten 2,800 sq. ft. 1 space per 100 sq. ft. 28 Fairfield Ranch Dental 1,300 sq. ft. 1 space per 200 sq. ft. 7 La Bella Nail & Spa 1,400 sq. ft. 1 space per 200 sq. ft. 7 Image Salon 1,100 sq. ft. 1 space per 200 sq. ft. 6 Proposed Project 130,149 sq. ft. Self-Storage 128,149 sq. ft. 1 space per 2,500 sq. ft. 52 Guest Lobby (assumed 2,000 sq. ft. 1 space per 200 sq. ft. 10 parking as office space) TOTAL 1 343 Pursuant to Section 16.34.090 Combined or Shared Parking Facilities, shared parking may be utilized to satisfy the parking requirements of the Development Code if a shared parking analysis demonstrates that sufficient parking will be provided at all times for all uses. Linscott Law & Greenspan Engineers, a consulting traffic engineering firm was retained by the City to prepare a shared parking analysis for the project. The objective of the shared parking analysis is to evaluate the peak parking requirements for the project based on the combined parking demand patterns for all proposed land uses and determine if the parking supplied will be adequate to meet the parking demands of the project site at all times for all uses. In the shared parking analysis prepared for the project (Exhibit "D"), the peak hour parking demand for each use was aggregated in a shared parking model to estimate the overall parking demand for the project. The results of the shared parking model show a peak parking demand of 246 parking spaces occurring between 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. during a typical weekday. On a typical weekend day, a forecasted peak parking demand of 258 parking spaces will occur at 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. Based on the proposed parking supply of 323 spaces, a surplus of 77 spaces and 65 spaces would result during the weekday and weekend peak hours, respectively. Staff and the Assistant City Engineer reviewed the shared parking analysis and found it to be consistent with standard practice. Thus, staff recommends that the project be found in conformance of the Development Code's parking requirements as the shared parking analysis has determined that there will be sufficient parking provided at all times for all uses within the development. 52/210 Compatibility The nature of the proposed of the proposed use is not anticipated to generate potentially significant impacts to the surrounding uses and structures. As previously discussed, the project will not generate significant traffic or parking demands that would negatively impact the adjacent uses or surrounding roadways. Noise generation from the project is not anticipated to vary significantly from an office use or from that of the existing commercial uses within the center. The development of the project would provide additional parking and landscaping for the existing center without generating potentially significant impacts to the existing commercial development or the adjacent residential community. Condition of Approval Number 39 approved by the Planning Commission is recommended to be revised to require that any existing chain link fencing within the project area shall be removed, excluding chain link fencing within the ownership and control of Southern California Edison within its easement. Architecture The proposed project features a contemporary architectural style with clean lines and simple massing. Tower elements with projecting metal roofs anchor the northern corners of the building and feature large banks of windows, providing visual interest. Exposed metal roof supports draw attention and add further visual interest to the tower element at the primary entrance. Variations in the parapet wall heights and the projecting metal roofs of the tower element provide vertical articulation and visual relief. Significant shifts in the wall plane provide horizontal articulation and relief, especially along the sides and rear elevations; these shifts are accentuated by changes in the exterior material and color at the second and third story levels. The project incorporates a variety of exterior materials, finishes, and colors to provide texture and interest to the elevations. The applicant has updated the colors and materials proposed for the project to provide increased textural contrasts to the building's wall segments and ensure compatibility with the existing development. The precision concrete masonry block at the base of the building has been replaced with slump stone, which features a varied and undulating surface that will contrast with the smooth stucco and corrugated metal wall segments that form the upper portions of the building. A warmer, earth tone (terracotta) color is incorporated into the color palette for the project, replacing the previous tan/orange color, to recall the earth tone colors present in the stone veneer and color scheme of the other buildings within the center (Condition of Approval 6). Landscape along the perimeter of the building will soften the appearance of the base and provide visual relief. The following table identifies the proposed exterior materials and colors. (Feature Material 'Color Building Base lAngelus Slump Stone (Lemon Drop (SW 7122) Trim Panels Metal Islate Grey Trim Panels Metal 1Black Wall Segments Scored, Smooth Stucco White Wall Segments Scored, Smooth Stucco 1Black Wall Segments Corrugated Metal Panels 1Snow White Wall Segments Corrugated Metal Panels Terracotta Shutters Metal 1Midnight Bronze Windows have been incorporated into the southern end of the east elevation to provide visual relief and interest. Interior lighting visible through these windows and those at the front elevation, backlighting of the shutters to further, and accent lighting provided around the building will provide an enhanced nighttime appearance (Condition of Approval 41). To provide further visual interest and enhancement to the east elevation, Condition of Approval 42 requires the applicant to provide additional architectural features and/or treatments to 53/210 the east elevation to enhance and complement the architectural theme of the project. The applicant intends to provide signage near the center of the building that will provide an additional visual element to this elevation. With the incorporation of these elements, the project provides an attractive and visually interesting elevation along Soquel Canyon Parkway. Massina and Visual Impact As further discussed in the Architecture section of this report, the building incorporates large shifts in the wall plan, windows, and other architectural elements to provide visual relief and avoid a monolithic appearance. The use of multiple materials, finishes, and colors contribute to a varied and visually interesting facade. The northeast corner of the proposed building is located more than 50 feet from the curb on Soquel Canyon Parkway and the southeast corner is located more than 100 feet from the State Route 71 northbound onramp. These distances will reduce the apparent mass of the building as viewed from the public right-of-way. The single-family residence to the east of the project are located approximately 200 to 300 feet away from the proposed building. Landscaping along the perimeter of the project, will further soften the appearance of the building. Condition of Approval Number 35 approved by the Planning Commission is recommended to be revised by City staff to clarify that trees and shrubs shall be planted along the perimeter of the building, and that trees shall be planted and spaced along the eastern side of the project to provide a visual buffer between the project and both Soquel Canyon Parkway and the residential areas across Soquel Canyon Parkway. Notices regarding the subject property were mailed to residential property owners within 300 feet of the project parcel, including 11 properties on Outrigger Drive and the 4 westernmost properties on Timberidge Lane, when the project application was submitted to the City and to provide notice of the public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council. As of the preparation of this report, the City has not received any comments from these residential property owners. Landscaping The development standards for the business park uses of PD 50-153 requires landscape treatment for a minimum of 20% of the project area and 5% of the parking area. The proposed project would provide 30,216 square feet of landscaping, which is approximately 21% of the project area (approximately 3.2 acres). New landscaping will be installed along the project's frontage on Soquel Canyon Parkway, which will enhance the appearance of the development and soften the views of the project. The applicant is also proposing to provide new landscaping along Fairfield Ranch Road across the Southern California Easement (SCE) to the west of the development and a hedge along the driveway into the project. These landscaping improvements will enhance the visual corridor along Fairfield Ranch Road and the driveway into the project by providing attractive landscape to visually screen the vacant land within the SCE easement. Of the proposed landscape area, approximately 3,272 square feet will be provided within and along the parking and circulation areas of the project, which is equivalent to approximately 14% of the project's parking area. Therefore, the project complies with the minimum landscape coverage requirements of PD 50-153. ENVIRONMENTAL (CEQA) REVIEW: The proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15332 (in-fill development projects) of the CEQA Guidelines. Section 15332 provides that projects characterized as in-fill developments and meeting the following conditions are exempt from CEQA: a. The project is consistent with the applicable general plan designation and all applicable general plan policies as well as with applicable zoning designation and regulations. 54/210 b. The proposed development occurs within city limits on a project site of no more than five acres substantially surrounded by urban uses. c. The project site has no value as habitat for endangered, rare or threatened species. d. Approval of the project would not result in any significant effects relating to traffic, noise, air quality, or water quality. e. The site can be adequately served by all required utilities and public services. The proposed project is an in-fill project consisting of the development of a vacant property within an existing shopping center. As discussed below, the proposed projects conforms to the conditions specified in Section 15332. a. As explained in this staff report, the project site is designated as Business Park in the City's General Plan Land Use Plan and the property is zoned PD 50-153 (Business Park). The self-storage facility is a conditionally permitted use within the zoning district. The proposed project conforms to the applicable development standards of the zoning district. b. The proposed development is located entirely within the City limits. While the property as a whole is 5.39 acres, the area impacted by the development of the project is anticipated to be approximately 3.2 acres (including the building pad, existing and new parking improvements, and landscape improvements). The site is bordered to the north by commercial uses (restaurants and service retail) and their parking and site improvements, to the west is a hotel and its parking and site improvements, to the south is the continuation of the hotel and the SR-71 freeway, and to the east is Soquel Canyon Parkway/Central Avenue a highly trafficked street with single-family residences beyond. Further, approximately 1.8 acres of the site is unusable because it is subject to an easement by SCE; the actual usable area of the project site is 3.59 acres. c. This is a previously graded area devoid of any significant vegetation and surrounded by urban uses (as described above). The project site does not have any value as habitat. d. Staff has determined that the proposed project would generate approximately 326 trips per day, 20 a.m. peak hour trips, and 34 p.m. peak hour trips as determined based on a review of ITE's Trip Generation Manual. The City's threshold for the preparation of a traffic impact analysis is 50 trips in the a.m. or p.m. peak hour. The proposed self- storage facility would generate 5 fewer daily trips, 27 fewer a.m. peak hour trips, and 11 fewer p.m. peak hour trips than the previously considered 30,000-square foot office, which would generate 331 daily trips, 47 a.m. peak hour trips, and 45 p.m. peak hour trips. Noise and air pollutant emissions associated with a business park use are caused primarily by vehicular traffic. As discussed above, the project would generate fewer vehicle trips than the previous office proposal for the site. The proposed project is not anticipated to generate any significant impact relating to traffic, noise, or air quality. The project will conform to all applicable requirements and regulations for water quality and will not generate a significant impact in this regard as shown in the water quality report prepared for this project. e. The proposed project can be adequately served by all required utilities and public services because it is located in an already developed, urban area and is part of an existing center adequately served by utilities. Finally, there are no "exceptions" to this categorical exemption that apply because: • There will be no damage to scenic resources within an official state scenic highway designated under Str & H C §262 because there are no scenic highways nearby. Pub Res C **sect;21084(c); 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(d). • The center where the project will be located is not a listed hazardous waste site. Pub Res C §21084(d); 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(e). • There will be no substantial adverse change in the significance of a historical resource as specified by Pub Res C §21084.1 because this site is vacant and in a fairly recently constructed business park. 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(f). 55/210 • There is no reasonable possibility of a significant effect on the environment due to unusual circumstances (14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(c)) nor are there significant cumulative impacts from projects of the same type will result (14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(b) because the Center the project is located within was thoroughly studied as part of an Environmental Impact Report ("EIR") and in subsequent addendums to the EIR in the past. • Condition of Approval 32 requires a nesting bird survey be performed prior to issuance of grading permits if project clearing will occur during the avian nesting season. Performance of the survey and implementation of the contingency measures outlined in the condition will prevent potential impacts to nesting birds. • Condition of Approval 33 requires the monitoring of all grading activities for the unanticipated potential discovery of cultural or paleontological resources. Therefore, the proposed project meets the conditions set forth in Section 15332 for in-fill development projects and is categorically exempt from CEQA. FISCAL IMPACT: The proposed project is not anticipated to generate a significant fiscal impact to the City; a minor increase in property tax revenue may be anticipated from the improvement of the property. REVIEWED BY OTHERS: This item has been reviewed by the City Attorney's Office. PUBLIC COMMENTS Notice of the public hearing regarding this project was mailed to property owners within a 300-foot radius of the project site on February 15, 2019. The description of the proposal and the hearing date were also published in the Chino Hills Champion on February 16, 2019. As of the preparation of this report, staff has received one comment in support of the proposed project and no comments expressing opposition (see Exhibit "F"). Respectfully Submitted, Recommended By: mbar• ! ' t/l ill VIA(01 dt-) Konradt Dartlam Joann Lombardo City Manager Community Development Director Attachments Recommended City Council Resolution Exhibit "A" - Conditions of Approval Exhibit "B" - Project Plans Exhibit "C" - Project Renderings Exhibit "D" - Shared Parking Analysis Exhibit "E" - Letter from the Applicant's Counsel Exhibit "F" - Public Comments Received Since Planning Commission Action Exhibit "G" - Planning Commission Resolution Exhibit "H" - Planning Commission Minutes for 12-4-2018 Exhibit "I" - Planning Commission Minutes for 12-18-2018 Affidavit of Mailing 56/210 RESOLUTION NO. 2019R- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPR01 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INDOOR SELF-STORAGE FACILITY AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The City Council does hereby make the following findings of fact: A. The applicant, SORSIRS, Inc., requested approval of Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 to allow the development of an indoor self-storage facility within the existing Fairfield Ranch Business Park development. The proposed facility would consist of a 130,149-square foot, three-story building providing 128,149 square feet of self-storage area (approximately 1,000 leasable storage units) and a 2,000-square foot guest lobby and office area. The project would also include associated parking, circulation, and landscape improvements. B. The project would develop the vacant pad consisting of approximately 64,250 square feet located to the east of the Chino Hills Hotel within the existing Fairfield Ranch Business Park development (located southwest of the intersection of Soquel Canyon Parkway and Fairfield Ranch Road). The Assessor's Parcel Number for the property (including the vacant pad, existing parking and circulation improvements, and land within the adjacent Southern California Edison easement) is 1028-641-21. C. Site Plan Review 18SPR01 is to allow the construction of a 130,149-square foot, three-story, indoor self-storage facility and associated parking, circulation, and landscape improvements on an approximately 3.2-acre project site. D. Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 is to allow the establishment and operation of the self-storage use. E. The proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act(CEQA) pursuant to Section 15332 (in- fill development projects) of the CEQA Guidelines. Section 15332 provides 1 of 10 57/210 that projects characterized as in-fill developments and meeting the following conditions are exempt from CEQA: i. The project is consistent with the applicable general plan designation and all applicable general plan policies as well as with applicable zoning designation and regulations. ii. The proposed development occurs within city limits on a project site of no more than five acres substantially surrounded by urban uses. iii. The project site has no value as habitat for endangered, rare or threatened species. iv. Approval of the project would not result in any significant effects relating to traffic, noise, air quality, or water quality. v. The site can be adequately served by all required utilities and public services. The proposed project is an in-fill project consisting of the development of a vacant property within an existing shopping center. As discussed below, the proposed projects conforms to the conditions specified in Section 15332. i. As further explained in Sections 2 and 3 of this resolution, the project site is designated as Business Park in the City's General Plan Land Use Plan and the property is zoned PD 50-153 (Business Park). The self-storage facility is a conditionally permitted use within the zoning district. The proposed project conforms to the applicable development standards of the zoning district. ii. The proposed development is located entirely within the City limits. While the property as a whole is 5.39 acres, the area impacted by the development of the project is anticipated to be approximately 3.2 acres (including the building pad, existing and new parking improvements, and landscape improvements). The site is bordered to the north by commercial uses (restaurants and service retail) and their parking and site improvements, to the west is a hotel and its parking and site improvements, to the south is the continuation of the hotel and the SR-71 freeway, and to the east is Soquel Canyon Parkway/Central Avenue a highly trafficked street with single-family residences beyond. Further, approximately 1.8 acres of the site is unusable because it is subject to an easement by SCE; the actual usable area of the project site is 3.59 acres. iii. This is a previously graded area devoid of any significant vegetation and surrounded by urban uses (as described above). The project site does not have any value as habitat. iv. Staff has determined that the proposed project would generate approximately 326 trips per day, 20 a.m. peak hour trips, and 34 p.m. peak hour trips as determined based on a review ITE's Trip Generation Manual. The City's threshold for the preparation of a traffic impact analysis is 50 trips in the a.m. or p.m. peak hour. The 2 of 10 58/210 proposed self-storage facility would generate 5 fewer daily trips, 27 fewer a.m. peak hour trips, and 11 fewer p.m. peak hour trips than the previously consider 30,000-square foot office, which would generate 331 daily trips, 47 a.m. peak hour trips, and 45 p.m. peak hour trips. Noise and air pollutant emissions associated with a business park use are caused primarily by vehicular traffic. As discussed above, the project would generate fewer trips than the previous office proposal for the site. The proposed project is not anticipated to generate any significant impact relating to traffic, noise, or air quality. The project will conform to all applicable requirements and regulations for water quality and will not generate a significant impact in this regard as shown in the water quality report prepared for this project. v. The proposed project can be adequately served by all required utilities and public services because it is located in an already developed, urban area and is part of an existing center adequately served by utilities. Finally, there are no "exceptions" to this categorical exemption that apply because: i. There will be no damage to scenic resources within an official state scenic highway designated under Str & H C §262 because there are no scenic highways nearby. Pub Res C §21084(c); 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(d). ii. The center where the project will be located is not a listed hazardous waste site. Pub Res C §21084(d); 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(e). iii. There will be no substantial adverse change in the significance of a historical resource as specified by Pub Res C §21084.1 because this site is vacant and in a fairly recently constructed business park. 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(f). iv. There is no reasonable possibility of a significant effect on the environment due to unusual circumstances (14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(c)) nor are there significant cumulative impacts from projects of the same type will result (14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(b) because the Center the project is located within was thoroughly studied as part of an Environmental Impact Report ("EIR") and in subsequent addendums to the EIR in the past. v. Condition of Approval 32 requires a nesting bird survey be performed prior to issuance of grading permits if project clearing will occur during the avian nesting season. Performance of the survey and implementation of the contingency measures outlined in the condition will prevent potential impacts to nesting birds. vi. Condition of Approval 33 requires the monitoring of all grading activities for the potential discovery of unanticipated cultural or 3 of 10 59/210 paleontological resources. The proposed project meets the conditions set forth in Section 15332 for in- fill development projects and is categorically exempt from CEQA. F. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on December 4, 2018, opened the public hearing and took public testimony on the project, and continued the public hearing to the December 18, 2018, Planning Commission meeting and directing staff to work with the applicant on incorporating architectural enhancements into the project design. G. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills continued the duly noticed public hearing on December 18, 2018, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all correspondence received on the project. The Planning Commission adopted a resolution approving Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 by a vote of 4-1. H. On January 8, 2019, two members of the City Council requested to review the Planning Commission's action regarding the subject applications pursuant to Section 15.68.070 of the Chino Hills Municipal Code. I. Notice of the public hearing regarding this project was mailed to property owners within a 300-foot radius of the project site on February 15, 2019. The description of the proposal and the hearing date were also published in the Chino Hills Champion on February 16, 2019. J. The City Council of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on February 26, 2019, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all correspondence received on the project. SECTION 2. With regard to the approval of Site Plan Review 18SPR01, based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for this item, and upon studies and investigations made by the City Council and on its behalf, the City Council does further find, pursuant to Section 16.76.060 (required findings for Site Plan Approval) of the Development Code as follows: A. FINDING: That the proposed uses are consistent with the General Plan; FACT: The General Plan Land Use Map designates this property as Business Park and the property's zoning designation is PD 50-153 (Business Park). Title 16, Appendix A (Regulation of Uses by Zoning District) of the Chino Hills Municipal Code 4 of 10 60/210 (CHMC) stipulates that a "mini-warehouse" use is subject to the review and approval of a Conditional Use Permit. Section 16.02.250 of the CHMC defines a "mini-warehouse" as "a structure containing separate storage spaces of three hundred (300) square feet or less which are designed to be leased or rented separately." The proposed self-storage facility provides separate storage spaces for lease or rent, the largest of which is 300 square feet; thus, the proposed self-storage facility is consistent with the "mini-warehouse" use, which is conditionally permitted in the Business Park zoning district. The proposed project conforms to the General Plan in that the project proposes the development of a self-storage facility, which is a conditionally permitted use with the Business Park zoning district. PD 50-153 and Title 16 (Development Code) of the CHMC are implementation tools of the General Plan and provide development standards and guidelines for commercial projects to ensure that projects reflect the concepts identified in the General Plan for the Business Park designation. As discussed above and in the subsequent sections of this report, the proposed project conforms to the development standards and guidelines of PD 50-153 and the applicable sections of the Development Code. Therefore, the proposed project is consistent with the General Plan and zoning designations of the property. B. FINDING: That the nature, condition, and development of adjacent uses, buildings, and structures have been considered, and that the uses will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings, or structures; FACT: The proposed indoor, self-storage facility is surrounded on three sides by other properties within the same commercial center that are zoned for commercial and business park uses. Single-family residences are located to the east of the project and will be buffered from the development by the landscaped 25-foot street side setback and Soquel Canyon Parkway. The development of commercial businesses is an appropriate use for this parcel. New commercial construction will not adversely affect the surrounding area. C. FINDING: That the site for the proposed use is of adequate size and shape to accommodate the use and buildings proposed; 5 of 10 61/210 FACT: The project site is approximately 3.2 acres in size, and the building footprint of the proposed facility is approximately 45,000 square feet. The proposed project complies with the applicable building setbacks, lot coverage, and landscape requirements. Vehicular and pedestrian access to the site and interior circulation meet the City standards, while at the same time providing safe access for emergency vehicles. All utilities have been designed to be located on site with connections to larger systems such as sewer, water, and electricity, as appropriate. As such, the site adequately accommodates the proposed use and building. D. FINDING: That the proposed use complies with all applicable development standards of the zoning district; FACT: The proposed project meets all development standards for the PD 50-153 (Business Park) zoning district in regards to height, building setbacks, and landscape coverage. With the construction of the proposed project, the center is required to provide 343 parking spaces. As proposed, the construction of the project would result in a parking supply of 323 spaces, which is 20 fewer spaces than required by the Development Code. Section 16.34.090B of the Development Code allows for shared parking for separate uses within the same development subject to approval of a shared parking analysis by the City. Staff has reviewed the shared parking analysis prepared for the project and concurs with its finding that sufficient parking will be provided at all times for all uses within the development as required pursuant to the aforementioned Development Code section. Thus, the proposed project is in conformance with all applicable development standards of the zoning district. E. FINDING: That the proposed use observes the spirit and intent of this Development Code; FACT: The proposed project is the development of a commercial use within the PD 50-153 (Business Park) zoning district. The project complies with all applicable development standards, complies with the Non-Residential Design Guidelines specified in Section 16.09 of the Chino Hills Development Code. Therefore, the project is consistent with the purpose and intent of the Development Code. SECTION 3. With regard to the approval of Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05, based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing 6 of 10 62/210 held for this item, and upon studies and investigations made by the City Council and on its behalf, the City Council does further find, pursuant to Section 16.68.050 of the Development Code, as follows: A. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use is consistent with the General Plan; FACT: The General Plan Land Use Map designates this property as Business Park and the property's zoning designation is PD 50-153 (Business Park). Title 16, Appendix A (Regulation of Uses by Zoning District) of the Chino Hills Municipal Code (CHMC) stipulates that a "mini-warehouse" use is subject to the review and approval of a Conditional Use Permit. Section 16.02.250 of the CHMC defines a "mini-warehouse" as "a structure containing separate storage spaces of three hundred (300) square feet or less which are designed to be leased or rented separately." The proposed self-storage facility provides separate storage spaces for lease or rent, the largest of which is 300 square feet; thus, the proposed self-storage facility is consistent with the "mini-warehouse" use, which is conditionally permitted in the Business Park zoning district. The proposed project conforms to the General Plan in that the project proposes the development of a self-storage facility, which is a conditionally permitted use with the Business Park zoning district. PD 50-153 and Title 16 (Development Code) of the CHMC are implementation tools of the General Plan and provide development standards and guidelines for commercial projects to ensure that projects reflect the concepts identified in the General Plan for the Business Park designation. As discussed above and in the subsequent sections of this report, the proposed project conforms to the development standards and guidelines of PD 50-153 and the applicable sections of the Development Code. Therefore, the proposed project is consistent with the General Plan and zoning designations of the property. B. FINDING: That the nature, condition, and development of adjacent uses, buildings, and structures have been considered, and that the use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings, or structures; FACT: The proposed indoor, self-storage facility is surrounded on three sides by other properties within the same commercial center that are zoned for commercial and business park uses. Single-family 7 of 10 63/210 residences are located to the east of the project and will be buffered from the development by the landscaped 25-foot street side setback and Soquel Canyon Parkway. The development of commercial businesses is an appropriate use for this parcel. New commercial construction will not adversely affect the surrounding area. C. FINDING: That the site for the proposed conditional use is of adequate size and shape to accommodate the use and buildings proposed; FACT: The project site is approximately 3.2 acres in size, and the building footprint of the proposed facility is approximately 45,000 square feet. The proposed project complies with the applicable building setbacks, lot coverage, and landscape requirements. Vehicular and pedestrian access to the site and interior circulation meet the City standards, while at the same time providing safe access for emergency vehicles. All utilities have been designed to be located on site with connections to larger systems such as sewer, water, and electricity, as appropriate. As such, the site adequately accommodates the proposed use and building. D. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use complies with all applicable development standards of the zoning district; FACT: The proposed project meets all development standards for the PD 50-153 (Business Park) zoning district in regards to height, building setbacks, and landscape coverage. With the construction of the proposed project, the center is required to provide 343 parking spaces. As proposed, the construction of the project would result in a parking supply of 323 spaces, which is 20 fewer spaces than required by the Development Code. Section 16.34.090B of the Development Code allows for shared parking for separate uses within the same development subject to approval of a shared parking analysis by the City. Staff has reviewed the shared parking analysis prepared for the project and concurs with its finding that sufficient parking will be provided at all times for all uses within the development as required pursuant to the aforementioned Development Code section. Thus, the proposed project is in conformance with all applicable development standards of the zoning district. E. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use observes the spirit and intent of this Development Code; 8 of 10 64/210 FACT: The proposed project is the development and operation of a commercial use within the PD 50-153 (Business Park) zoning district. The project complies with all applicable development standards, complies with the Non-Residential Design Guidelines specified in Section 16.09 of the Chino Hills Development Code. Therefore, with the approval of Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05, the project is consistent with the purpose and intent of the Development Code. SECTION 4. The City Council of the City of Chino Hills does hereby approve Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05, subject to the Conditions of Approval labeled as Exhibit "A" and incorporated into this resolution by reference and the Project Plans on file with the City Clerk. This resolution supersedes and nullifies any resolution adopted by the Planning Commission regarding Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05. SECTION 5. The City Clerk shall certify as to the adoption of this resolution. PASSED,APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this 26th day of February 2019. CYNTHIA MORAN, MAYOR ATTEST: CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY 9 of 10 65/210 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, Cheryl Balz, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution No. 2019R- was duly adopted at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills held on the 26th day of February, 2019, by the following vote, to wit: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of the City of Chino Hills, California, this 26th day of February, 2019. CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK 10 of 10 66/210 4 CITY OF CHINO HILLS Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 in Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 Chino Hills Storage District at Fairfield Ranch Business Park PLANNING DIVISION INFORMATIONAL / ONGOING — GENERAL: 1. Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 shall become null and void: (1) Unless substantial construction has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after approval of said Site Plan Review. (2) Where circumstances beyond the control of the applicant cause delays which do not permit compliance with the time limitations established in this section, the Planning Commission may grant an extension of time for a period not to exceed an additional thirty-six (36) months. Applications for such extension of time must set forth in writing the reasons for this extension and shall be filed together with a fee as established by the City Council with the Planning Division thirty (30) calendar days before the expiration of the Site Plan Review. The applicant will be responsible for initiating any extension of time. 2. The applicant or its successors in interest shall indemnify, protect, defend (with legal counsel reasonably acceptable to the City), 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 approvals granted by the City 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. If the City Attorney is required to enforce any conditions of approval, all costs, including attorney's fees, shall be paid for by the applicant. 3. The applicant shall comply with requirements of all Federal, State, County, and local agencies as are applicable to this project. 4. A Notice of Exemption will be filed for this project; the applicant is responsible for paying all filing fees, including any fees required by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Within two (2) days of approval by the Planning Commission, the applicant shall submit to the Community Development Department a check 67/210 or money order in the amount of $50, payable to the County Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. The Community Development Department shall then file the Notice of Determination. Proof of the fee payment will be required prior to the issuance of grading or building permits required under Section 711.4 of the Fish and Game Code. 5. Approval of Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 allows for the construction of a 130,149-square foot, three-story, indoor self- storage facility. The facility consists of an approximately 2,000-square foot guest lobby and office area and 128,149 square feet of self-storage units. The project will also include the construction of 42 new parking spaces. 6. The development of the project shall be in substantial conformance with the plans, including the revised elevations labeled as Exhibit "E", and the colors and material palette as approved by the Planning Commission on December 18, 2018. Modifications to the plans may require subsequent review and approval by the Planning Commission as determined by the Community Development Director. The color palette shall incorporate a warm, earth tone color that is complementary to the earth tone colors featured on the existing buildings within the surrounding commercial development, as determined by the Community Development Director. The earth tone color shall be incorporated into all elevations, including the west elevation. 7. The applicant shall comply with the conditions in the transmittal from the Chino Valley Independent Fire District Permit #2018-00000809, dated November 26, 2018, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated into these Conditions of Approval by this reference. 8. Noise emanating from the project shall not exceed the noise standards as listed in Chapter 16.48 Performance Standards of the City's Development Code and shall be in compliance with all requirements as stated in the Municipal Code. 9. Construction hours and operations shall be as follows: A. Construction shall be limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday, and shall be prohibited on Sundays and City listed Federal holidays in order to minimize disruption to existing residential neighborhoods; B. All construction vehicles or equipment fixed or mobile operated shall be equipped with properly operating and maintained mufflers; C. Stock piling and/or vehicle staging areas shall be located as far as practical from residential homes; D. The noisiest operations shall be arranged to occur together in the construction program to avoid continuing periods of greater annoyance. 10. The project site shall be fenced and screened, as required by the City, during construction. Signage to report dust or other construction-related nuisances shall 68/210 be posted on site at a location clearly visible to the public along the project site's frontages of Fairfield Ranch Road and Red Barn Court. 11. All areas within the project site shall be maintained free of trash and debris. 12. Any graffiti shall be removed within twenty-four (24) hours of being reported. Further, the applicant shall apply a coating to all perimeter walls that facilitates the removal of any graffiti. 13. Mandatory solid waste disposal services shall be provided by a City approved waste hauler to all parcels/lots or uses affected by approval of this project. 14. The applicant shall provide receptacles (bins) for the collection of refuse and recyclable materials, as well as a hose bib for washing collection areas. Prior to the issuance of building permits, the applicant shall provide documentation from Chino Hills Disposal stating that the number, size, and location of bins provided for the collection of refuse and recyclable materials generated by the project is adequate. Location of bins is subject to Community Development Director review and approval to ensure that the bin location minimizes visual obtrusion, complies with applicable setback requirements, and does not impede pedestrian or vehicular circulation. 15. The applicant shall provide documentation from Chino Hills Disposal stating that the dimensions of the refuse storage enclosure are of adequate size to accommodate containers consistent with the current methods of collection, are designed with a walk-in access component, and located and designed to facilitate trash truck access and pickup. 16. Refuse bins provided for the project shall have a non-combustible lattice cover and be enclosed by a six (6) foot high masonry wall with decorative caps that match the building architecture. Solid view-obstructing gates fitted with self- closing door devices shall be provided, 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 with protection for adverse environmental conditions which might render the collection materials unmarketable. 17. All ingress/egress driveways shall illustrate compliance with Section 16.06.080 Clear Corner Areas for Sight Visibility of the City's Municipal Code. Nothing shall be placed or allowed to grow taller than thirty (30) inches within the clear corner areas in a manner which obstructs visibility or threatens vehicular or pedestrian safety. 18. Pedestrian walkways within the project shall be provided with admixture colored concrete and/or design that enhance and complement the project. 69/210 19. Any signs shown on the site and elevation plans are conceptual only. Signs proposed for the project, including monument signs, shall be designed to conform to the sign provisions of the City's Development Code and shall require separate application for a comprehensive sign program, review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee in compliance with Chino Hills Municipal Code Chapter 16.38.034.D, which requires that application and processing requirements for comprehensive sign programs shall be the same as set forth in Chapter 16.78 Site Development Permits. 20. Drive surface contiguous with planter areas shall have a six (6) inch high raised concrete curb separation. Curbs adjacent to end parking stalls shall provide a step-out area a minimum of twelve (12) inches wide. 21. The project shall comply with the requirements of the City's Development Code and Title 15 of the Chino Hills Municipal Code, which incorporates by reference the California Building Code, for parking, including disabled-accessible spaces and loading spaces. Parking stalls shall be a minimum of nine (9) feet wide and nineteen (19) feet long. An overhang of two (2) feet is permitted. 22. The applicant shall require that all qualifying contractors and subcontractors exercise their option to obtain a Board of Equalization sub-permit for the jobsite and allocate all eligible use tax payments to the City of Chino Hills. Prior to commencement of any construction activity on-site the developer will require that the contractor or subcontractor provide the City of Chino Hills with either a copy of their BOE account number and sub-permit, or a statement that use tax does not apply to their portion of the project. 23. The project shall comply with the City's Trust Deposit Account Procedures and Agreement. Trust Deposit Accounts shall show no deficits. If the associated trust deposit account shows a negative balance, then the project construction shall cease, including inspections. An estimated post-entitlement budget will be provided to the applicant by City staff prior to plan review. 24. There shall be no outdoor storage associated with the project. 25. All roof-mounted equipment shall be architecturally screened from ground level view (from the parking area and adjacent surface streets) by the parapet wall. All building drainage gutters, down spouts, vents, and other roof protrusions shall be concealed from view within exterior walls. Ladders for roof access shall be mounted on the inside of the buildings. 26. All utility, mechanical, and electrical equipment, including fire risers, shall be enclosed within the buildings. 27. All landscape areas throughout the site, including parking lot landscaping, shall be maintained in accordance with the approved project landscape plans and the requirements of the City's Municipal Code. 70/210 28. The normal hours of operation for the guest lobby and storage facility shall be 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Customers may be granted access to the storage facility outside of the normal hours of operation via a client-specific access code. 29. Electronic security and access control shall be provided throughout the building and along the building perimeter. Security monitoring shall be provided on a 24- hour a day basis. 30. The loading docks at the rear of the building shall be secured outside of normal operating hours. Plans for the design of the security barrier shall be submitted for review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee prior to the issuance of building permits for compliance with the Chino Hills Municipal Code. The security barrier shall be complementary to the design of the project in design, color, and material. 31. Final as-built plans for the project and all subsequent modifications shall be submitted to the Community Development Director in acceptable digital format. PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF GRADING PERMIT: 32. If project clearing and construction must occur during the avian nesting season (February 1st to September 1st), a survey for active nests must be conducted by a biologist, who must be approved by the Community Development Director on the basis that qualifications meet acceptable professional standards„ one to two weeks prior to the activities to determine the presence/absence, location, and status of any active nests, including those of burrowing owls, on or adjacent to the project site. In the event that active nests are discovered on-site, a suitable buffer determined by the qualified biologist(e.g. 30-50 feet for passerines) should be established around such active nests. No ground disturbing activities shall occur within this buffer until the biologist has confirmed that breeding/nesting is completed and the young have fledged the nest. Limits of construction to avoid a nest site shall be established in the field by a qualified biologist with flagging and stakes or construction fencing. Construction personnel shall be instructed regarding the ecological sensitivity of the fenced area. The results of the survey shall be documented and filed with the Community Development Director within five days after the survey. 33. Prior to any grading or ground disturbance, the applicant shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director that qualified and state certified archaeological and paleontological monitors have been retained to monitor all grading activities for the potential discovery of cultural or paleontological resources. 34. Prior to the issuance of grading permits, a vector survey of the site shall be conducted by the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District (at the expense of the applicant). The results of the survey and a vector control plan shall be submitted to the Planning Division for review and approval. The plan shall be implemented in accordance with standards of the West Valley Mosquito 71/210 and Vector Control District in order to reduce impacts to surrounding residences. 35. Landscape plans shall be submitted to the Community Development Department for review and approval for compliance with City requirements and these Conditions of Approval prior to the issuance of building permits. Landscape and irrigation shall be provided for all unpaved project areas. Trees and shrubs shall be planted along the perimeter of the building. Trees shall be planted and spaced along the eastern side of the project, subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director to ensure that the trees provide a sufficient visual buffer between the project and Soquel Canyon Parkway. The Landscape Plans shall comply with Chapter 16.07 Landscape and Water Conservation Guidelines of the City's Development Code. 36. A registered landscape architect, licensed by the State of California, shall design all landscape architecture documents. 37. Unless deemed infeasible by the Community Development Director, all landscape irrigation shall use recycled water. 38. All trees shall be planted at least fifteen (15) feet from any overhead light standard. 39. A wall and fence plan shall be submitted for review and approval by the Planning Division for compliance with the following criteria. All walls and fences shall complement the architectural style of the development and be constructed of decorative durable materials such as masonry, masonry combination, stone, brick, wrought iron, or a comparable material. Any existing chain link fencing within the project area shall be removed, excluding chain link fencing within the ownership and control of Southern California Edison within its easement. All walls shall have decorative wall caps. The fence and wall plan shall include the following: A. All retaining wall elevations, sections, and layouts B. All fencing elevations, sections, and layouts C. All masonry wall elevations, sections, and layouts D. All specifications and details E. All entry monuments and their signs F. All pilaster elevations, sections, and layouts PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS: 40. The applicant shall submit a photometric lighting plan that illustrates that there is no light spillover beyond the project property line for review and approval by the Community Development Department. Exterior building and parking lot lights shall be provided with decorative lighting fixtures. Exterior lighting for the project shall be designed to be confined to within the project site. Light shields shall be used to block light and reduce spill over light and glare as necessary. Light spill 72/210 over on the property shall be zero foot-candles at the property line. 41. The electrical and lighting plans for the project shall include the backlighting of the faux windows, shutters, and accent lighting for the building elevations. All exterior lights shall be decorative and compatible with the building's architecture. All lighting systems shall be maintained in good working order for the life of the project. 42. Additional architectural features and/or treatments shall be incorporated into the east elevation of the project to enhance this elevation and provide increased visual interest. The additional architectural features and/or treatments shall not be a photograph, picture, text, sign or any other illustrative or graphic display depicting someone or something. The additional features and/or treatments shall enhance and complement the architectural theme of the project, as determined by the Community Development Director. 43. The material for the base of the storage building shall be split-face block with color and pattern to blend with the building and to complement the existing buildings in the center. 44. Contractors and sub-contractors for the developer shall obtain a City business license; show proof of a valid State Contractor's License and a valid Certificate of Worker's Compensation. 45. The development is subject to all applicable fees, charges, deposits for services to be rendered, and securities required pursuant to Resolution No. 2015R-27, as amended or superseded, prior to final inspection. 46. The development is subject to Chino Hills Municipal Code Chapter 3.40, requiring payment of Development Impact Fees, as amended or superseded prior to issuance of building permit, and shall be paid to the City prior to building permit issuance, pursuant to the current City development impact fee schedule. 47. The developer shall provide certification from the appropriate school district as required by California Government Code Section 53080(b) that any fee, charge, dedication or other form or requirement levied by the governing board of the district pursuant to Government Code Section 53080(a) has been satisfied. 48. All fees (capital connection, inspection, encroachment, meter, deposit, etc.) must be paid. 49. Developer must provide bicycle-parking facilities in accordance with Chapter 16.34, Table 65-2 Number of Bicycle Parking Spaces Required of the City's Development Code and Section 5.106 of the California Green Building Code (CGBC), subject to the review and approval of the Community Development Director or designee. Where a conflict pertaining to bicycle parking amenities exists between the City's Development Code and the California Green Building Code, the more stringent requirement shall be applicable. 73/210 50. A covenant, approved as to form by the City Attorney, shall be recorded against the Applicant's property describing the combined parking arrangement and granting access and parking rights to all of the parcels in the Fairfield Ranch Business Center in compliance with Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 16.34.090, subsection B. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 51. Exterior lighting for the project shall comply with the approved photometric lighting plan pursuant to Condition Number 40 such that all exterior lighting is confined to within the project site. Light shields shall be used to block light and reduce spill over light and glare as necessary. Prior to the final inspection and issuance of a certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall schedule an evening inspection with the Planning Division to verify compliance with this requirement. 52. All required improvements shall be installed and deemed complete prior to occupancy. The applicant shall be responsible for coordinating inspections with the Community Development Department (including lighting, landscaping, and overall conformance with the approved entitlement) prior to the final inspection by the Building & Safety Division and the issuance of the certificate of occupancy. 53. All Trust Deposit Accounts associated with the project shall show no deficits. All deficits shall be paid in full before a Certificate of Occupancy is issued. BUILDING & SAFETY DIVISION PRIOR TO THE SUBMITTAL OF PRECISE GRADE PLANS: 54. Precise Grading Plans shall comply with and incorporate all items of the approved Site Plan. Precise plans shall incorporate all site development for review, including access compliance, private storm drain, private sewer and private water, all easements, fire service line, site electrical, parking, trash enclosures, landscape areas, utility vaults, light standards, buildings, etc. 55. All drainage shall be collected by on-site storm drains. No drainage shall enter the street. 56. Plans shall incorporate all the requirements of the currently adopted State of California Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Energy and Green Building Codes, as incorporated by reference and amended in the Chino Hills Municipal Code. 57. All walls and retaining structures necessary to complete the grading shall be submitted to the Building Division for review and approval as consistent with the approved fencing and wall plan approved pursuant to Condition Number 39 above, prior to issuance of a precise grading permit. 74/210 58. If the site was previously rough graded, two approved Geotechnical Report of Rough Grading shall be submitted at the time of precise grade plan check submittal. If site was not rough graded, then two approved Geotechnical Report shall be submitted at the time of precise grade plan check. Approved means approved by the City's Geotechnical Engineer. No grading plans will be accepted for review without a City approved soils report. 59. The entire site shall be fenced off with a temporary chain link fencing with a green fabric backing. The fencing shall remain in place and shall be maintained in good appearance until the project has been completed, or until such time as determined by the Building Official. PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 60. Certification of precise grade and compaction shall be submitted on approved City form, as incorporated by reference and amended in the Chino Hills Municipal Code. 61. Plans shall comply with all the requirements of the currently adopted State of California Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Energy and Green Building Codes. 62. All roof drainage (except overflow) shall be collected by concealed roof drains and conducted under ground to on-site storm drains. No roof drainage shall flow over sidewalks or parking areas. PRIOR TO FOUNDATION INSPECTION: 63. Certification of building location and elevation, wet stamped and signed by the Civil Engineer of record shall be provided prior to foundation inspection. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 64. All utilities and circulation elements necessary to serve the building shall be installed, and accepted prior to final inspection. 65. All required sign offs from all applicable City Divisions/Departments and outside agencies shall be obtained prior to any final inspection or utility releases. 66. All structures and on site improvements including but not limited to parking areas and walkways shall comply with all the requirements of the currently adopted State of California Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Energy and Green Building Codes, as incorporated by reference and amended in the Chino Hills Municipal Code. 67. No occupancy of any business shall be permitted until such time as the Certificate of Occupancy is issued for the subject use. This includes but is not limited to stocking, on site hiring of employees and/or employee training. 75/210 68. No public/employee access to the building will be allowed until the building has received a final inspection and occupancy approval. 69. All applicable planting, irrigation, walls, and improvements required prior to commencement of operation shall be installed. 70. Certification of finish roof elevation, wet stamped and signed by the Civil Engineer of record shall be provided prior to final inspection. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT GRADING: 71. Grading of the subject property shall be in accordance with California Building Code, City Grading Standards, and accepted grading practices. The final grading plan shall be in substantial conformance with the approved conceptual grading plan. 72. All cut and fill slopes shall: A. Not exceed a ratio of 2 horizontal to 1 vertical unless otherwise recommended by the engineering geologist and approved by the City Engineer and Building Official. B. Minimum setbacks from slopes, if any, shall conform to the California Building Code, as incorporated by reference and amended in the Chino Hills Municipal Code. C. Comply with recommendations of the approved geology and soils report. 73. Erosion control devices shall be installed at all perimeter openings and slopes. No sediment shall leave the job site. All newly graded surfaces not immediately involved in construction shall have some method of erosion protection, i.e., mulching, fiber fabric, planting, or tackifier. 74. Water spraying or other approved methods shall be used during grading operations to control fugitive dust. Recycled water shall be used for grading operations whenever available. 75. A soils report shall be prepared by a qualified engineer licensed by the State of California to perform such work. The Soils report shall be reviewed and approved by the City's Soils Consultant prior to issuance of grading permit. 76. A grading performance bond shall be required for this project. The amount of the performance bond shall not be less than one hundred percent (100%) of the total estimated cost of both cut and fill quantities for said grading work as determined by the Engineering Department. The City Attorney must approve the performance bond. 76/210 77. A Final Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) shall be submitted for this project and shall be approved by the City Engineer prior to issuance of any grading permits as outlined by the State Water Resources Quality Control Board regulations. 78. A final Maintenance Agreement between the applicant/developer/owner and the City of Chino Hills must be recorded as part of the final WQMP plan. 79. Any post-development storm flows to be discharged into adjacent properties or into any city or county maintained storm drain system shall not exceed 95% of the un-bulked undeveloped flows from this site. 80. Developer shall provide a copy of the Notice of Intent (NOI) and the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) filed with the State of California for the subject project prior to the issuance of any grading permit. DEDICATIONS AND EASEMENTS: 81. The Developer shall be solely responsible for the maintenance of all detention basins, but the City reserves the right to provide maintenance at the cost of the Developer if it is determined by the City that the basin is inadequately maintained. Funding for maintenance shall be provided by the Developer / Owner and be approved by the City. 82. Detention basin(s) and drainage courses shall be covered by private easements acceptable as to form as approved by the City Attorney. The easement documents shall grant the City of Chino Hills the right and authority to access and maintain the detention basin(s) at the applicant's sole cost, if the City determines that said basins are not being maintained by the developer/owner in compliance with the approved final Water Quality Management Plan and applicable water quality regulations. DRAINAGE: 83. Minimum concrete gradients shall be 0.5%, unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. Minimum asphalt gradients shall be 1%. 84. The site shall be designed such that all buildings are protected from 100-year storm flows in a manner approved by the City Engineer. 85. Adequate provisions shall be made for acceptance and disposal of surface drainage entering the property from adjacent areas, if any. 86. All post development drainage shall be conducted in non-erodible devices to an approved storm drain system or approved natural drainage course covered by a private easement. 77/210 87. In addition to the drainage requirements stated herein, other on-site or off-site improvements may be required which cannot be determined from tentative plans at this time and would have to be reviewed after a more detailed study has been submitted to this office. 88. A one (1) year warranty bond shall be posted in the amount of 25% of the approved engineer's cost estimate for all improvements. UTILITIES: 89. The applicant shall coordinate with affected utility companies and obtain any permits necessary for the development of this project. 90. Provide separate utility services including sewer, water, gas, electric power, including transformer, telephone and cable TV (all underground) in accordance with the utility provider standards. Easements shall be provided where necessary. 91. The developer shall be responsible for the relocation of any existing utility necessary as a result of the development. 92. Design, installation, materials and location of water and sewer improvements must meet the City's standard procedures and requirements, specifications, and AWWA guidelines for the design and construction of water, recycled water, and wastewater facilities to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. 93. All public easements for water/sewer mains or storm drains must have a minimum width of 20 feet unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. 94. Water, recycled water, and sewer mains must have a minimum horizontal separation of 10 feet unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. 95. Water, sewer and storm drain lines shall be located in the center of a given easement wherever possible to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. 96. All fire hydrants shall be installed per City standards with location and fire flow requirements as determined by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. 97. An application for recycled water service and an Engineer's Report shall be submitted to and approved by the Regional Water Quality Control Board through the City of Chino Hills. The Developer's engineer should contact the Water and Sewer Manager, Public Works Department at (909) 364-2800 for filing requirements. 98. Recycled water service shall have a separate meter from all other water systems. 99. All landscape irrigation shall use recycled water, where available. 78/210 100. Developer shall provide certifications for all public and private backflow devices installed as part of the development. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ONGOING — GENERAL: 101. All landscaping shall feature drought tolerant landscape design and plant materials. 102. All landscaping irrigation to be provided using a drip irrigation system. 103. Landscape shall be irrigated with recycled water. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF GRADING PERMITS: 104. An application for recycled water service and an Engineer's Report shall be submitted to and approved by the Regional Water Quality Control Board through the City of Chino Hills. The Developer's engineer should contact the Water and Sewer Manager, Public Works Department at (909) 364-2800 for filing requirements. PRIOR TO THE INSTALLATION OF RECYCLED WATER METER: 105. Cross connection testing of the recycled water irrigation system shall be completed and any deficiencies shall be corrected. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 106. All applicable recycled water requirements (signage, cross connection testing, etc.) shall be satisfied. END OF SEQUENTIAL CONDITIONS Project Manager: Ryan Gackstetter 79/210 01�10 VALLE Chino Valley Fire District Board of Directors C Mike Kreeger President � � John DeMonaco 1441-- Vice President '"d = 14011 City Center Drive Sarah Ramos-Evinger 410406.. Chino Hills, CA 91709 Ed Gray FIRE (909)902-5260 Administration Harvey Luth (909) 902-5250 Fax Chinovalleyfire.org Fire Chief Tim Shackelford November 26, 2018 I 2018-00000809 Sorsirs, Inc. Project Name: The Storage District 1319 Miracielo Ct. San Marcos, CA 92078 Project Address: 15421 Fairfield Ranch Road Chino Hills, CA 91709 It is a recommendation of the Fire District that the developer of every new construction project facilitate a preconstruction meeting. The meeting is to be scheduled with the Fire District Inspector for said project. The following are the conditions of the above referenced permit/project. All conditions shall be adhered to, failure to comply with said conditions may result in the revocation of said permit and/or punitive fines as outlined in the Fire District fee schedule. We look forward to a cooperative working relationship throughout the project. Should you have any questions regarding the project, including the conditions as set forth herein, please feel free to contact our office at(909) 902-5280. IFire Protection Requirements I 1.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO RECORDATION: 1.1 Fire access roads shall be designed and plans submitted to the Fire District for approval. Fire access roads shall be constructed of an all-weather hard surface, such as, asphalt or Concrete, and be a minimum unobstructed width of 26 feet. The road grade shall not exceed twelve percent(12%) maximum. An approved turn around shall be provided at the end of each roadway in excess of 150 feet in length. Access roads shall comply with Fire District Standard No. 111 80/210 1.2 Water systems shall be designed to meet the required fire flow of this development and be approved by the Fire District. Buildings in excess of 100,000 square feet shall have a minimum of two (2) connections to a public main. The developer shall furnish the Fire District with three (3) copies of the water system working plans done by the installing contractor for approval,along with the Fire Flow Availability Form completed by the water purveyor prior to recordation. The required fire flow shall be determined by using the California Fire Code, current adopted edition. Water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102, and 103. For water connections and work conducted in the public right of way,please refer to separate plans reviewed and approved by the water purveyor. 1.3 Fire hydrants shall be six inch (6") diameter with a minimum one four inch (4") and one two and one-half inch (2-1/2") connections. All fire hydrants shall be spaced a maximum of three hundred feet (300') apart. Private water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102, and 114. All hydrants shall be installed with pavement markers to identify their locations. 1.4 Access drives which cross property lines shall be provided with CC & R's, access easements or reciprocating agreements and shall be recorded on the titles of affected properties. Copies of the recorded documents shall be provided at the time of Fire District plan review. 1.5 Underground fire mains which cross property lines shall be provided with CC & R's, easements, or reciprocating agreements addressing the use and maintenance of the mains and hydrants and shall be recorded on the titles of affected properties. In the event the project includes a fire water pump that is shared by more than one parcel, applicant shall provide CC&R's recorded against each parcel that address the maintenance and operation of the fire water pump to the satisfaction of the Fire District. Copies of the recorded documents shall be provided at the time of Fire District plan review. 2.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 2.1 Fire access roads shall be constructed and approved by the Fire District prior to combustibles being brought onto the site. 2.2 Approved street signs shall be installed prior to issuance of building permits. 2.3 Fire Protection water systems shall be tested, operational, and approved by the Fire District prior to combustible materials being brought to the site. 2.4 All flammable vegetation shall be removed from each building site for a minimum distance of thirty feet(30') from any flammable building material including all structures. 2.5 A detailed site plan of the development is required to be submitted in electronic (.dwg) format. The plan must show and be limited to: locations of property lines, buildings, and equipment and hazards for emergency response purposes. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 143. Additional or revised files may be required during construction and/or prior to final signoff. 81/210 2.6 The Developer shall submit, as an electronic file, a drawing of the new streets in .dwg format to the Fire District with the building construction plans. Format must contain and be restricted to the following layers: A. Right of way; B. Parcel Lines; C. Street Names; D. Address numbers; E. Fire Hydrants. Additional or revised files may be required during construction and/or prior to final signoff. 3.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 3.1 An automatic protection fire sprinkler system is required. This system shall comply with NFPA 13 Standard and Fire District Standard 110. Three (3) sets of detailed plans along with hydraulic calculations and material specifications shall be submitted to the Fire District. The system shall be installed, tested and approved prior to system final. Fire sprinkler systems shall be installed by a licensed C-16 contractor. 3.2 An automatic fire alarm system or fire sprinkler monitoring system is required. Three (3) sets of detailed plans shall be submitted showing the design, system components, signaling devices, fire alarm power supply, control panel and auxiliary devices and functions of the alarm system. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 133 and current adopted editions of the California Building Code, as well as NFPA Standard 72. 3.3 Hand-held portable fire extinguishers are required to be installed. The location, type and cabinet design shall be approved by the Fire District. 3.4 A maximum occupant load sign shall be posted in a conspicuous location near the main entrance/exit of the room, if occupant load is greater than 49 people. Such sign shall be legible. 3.5 Exit doors, signs and approved path marking shall be installed in accordance with the current adopted edition of the California Building Code, Section 1007 3.6 "No Parking - Fire Lane" signs shall be installed in interior access drives at locations designated by the Fire District. Curbs shall be painted red at locations designated by the Fire District. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 121. 3.7 An approved recessed Fire Department "KNOX" brand key box is required. The key box shall be located at or near the main entrance(s), and shall be provided with a tamper switch and shall be monitored by an approved central station monitoring service. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 117. 3.8 Commercial, industrial, and multi-family building addresses shall be posted with a minimum eight inch (8") numbers, visible from the street and during the hours of darkness they shall be internally or externally electrically illuminated. Posted numbers shall contrast with the background used and be legible from the street. Where building set back exceeds 100 feet from the roadway, additional non-illuminated six inch (6") numbers shall be displayed at the property access entrance. These numbers shall also contrast with the background used. Fire District Standard No. 122 must be complied with. 82/210 3.9 Three sets of plans shall be submitted separately for each of the following listed items to the Fire District for review, approval and permit prior to any installation or work being done. Approved plans must be maintained at the worksite during construction. Fees are due at the time of submittal. a) Private (onsite)Underground Fire Protection Water Systems. b) Building Construction c) Fire Sprinkler Systems, designed by C 16 contractor or registered engineer, including any fire pumps. d) Fire Alarm Systems or Sprinkler Monitoring Systems designed by a C7, C 10 contractor or registered engineer. e) Knox box and/or security gate locations. f) Emergency Radio Coverage Applicable Standards: 101, 102, 103, 110, 111, 114, 117, 121, 122, 133, 143 CVFD Standards available online at http://www.chinovalleyfire.org 83/210 GENERAL NOTES VICINITY MAP ..,,,* v„,, 0 , I. P -,,,A. ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH ALL GOVERNING • � .r �� Q4 N� �' BUILDING CODES AND REGULATIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE It- _ �� R��� U •._ - -9 4� - �r� zr O RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL WORK THAT HAS BEEN PERFORMED WHICH DOES NOT ]. J f. MEET THESE CODES AND REGULATIONS. �� ���0� �. 1��� !vitk� W'- B.B. ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE TO THE ARCHITECT'S ��s► "�. !!M� OG� 4 �� �Q CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS, PROJECT MANUAL AND SPECIFICATIONS. THE / CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REPORTING IMMEDIATELY TO THE ARCHITECT j ANY DISCREPANCIES OR DETAILS WHICH DO NOT MEET BUILDING CODES ANDS CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS. *" IA vii4341.4410.~11i1-it / N ° O -O U) Oi^C C 4) N ° 4) C. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL CONDITIONS ON SITE PRIOR TO THE J = ° ° . E° = °= _1 O °•>.N N °' N COMMENCEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION. IN THE EVENT OF CONFLICTS OR PROJECT -° ° ° E o`0 °.`� c o ` o°' CHANGES BETWEEN DETAILS, OR BETWEEN THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS, 0a 0 a 0 ��-w.o_ C):, THE ARCHITECT SHALL BE NOTIFIED IMMEDIATELY. LOCATION t o , ` L o2 o 0 0 ff C ° , NEW CONSTRUCTION cn O 3 .2_0 °,-, >Y aN °_FE O o D. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES AND PIPING J ) g 2 a0 C o BEFORE BEGINNING WORK. 44/ C ) ° ° U C O O•- C O E. THE GC SHALL COORDINATE ALL OPERATIONS WITH THE OWNER, INCLUDING Qom' �>` a o0 ° ° €�.° 3° SPECIAL CONDITIONS OR NOISY WORK, TIMING OF WORK AND INTERRUPTION OF v 9� a ° >•° o L _ a ° ° ANY SERVICES PRESENTLY SERVING THE SITE. NOTICE SHALL BE GIVEN TO ��� �� . ° ` 0 `•` 3��' �' ° aO CHINO HILLS H d C° °� N z O >O L THE OWNER AND ARCHITECT AT LEAST ONE (1) WEEK IN ADVANCE OF THE ; o ° TIME SUCH WORK IS TO COMMENCE. ` ; � � �, 40 & o 0 ° aJ Lc5 0- �w o N p- U F. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LEGAL REMOVAL AND », ,- �� ° ° ° DISPOSAL OF ALL DEBRIS FROM THE SITE. ALL COSTS FOR THE REMOVAL OFF ; ...0. �;�°�, L °co o._ - ° -' O O O t C C C ° N UI w C U) 00 CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS SHALL BE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE +� Q •°' -t as -� J O�c-: Ul O 0, 0 2 -O 0 CONTRACTOR. �' ` o - ° ° °'-' ° ° L °.- > > ° o o 'j" K. -.. r` SELF ' STORAGE (..) QQQ�z o a, �•3Q E aa° o a " 4 'l&-. so; fi G. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CLEANING OF ALL DEBRIS - - -'AND DUST THROUGHOUT THE SITE WHICH IS A RESULT OF THIS CONSTRUCTION * 'w % 4 PROJECT. '4 �� , - C § ui H. ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE HIGHESTii -' a' U STANDARD OF WORKMANSHIP IN GENERAL AND WITH SUCH STANDARDS AS ARE ! ' � 1� • '4 ' s '''' C13 H cn _E icy 2 SPECIFIED. =• fR, • �'�.r , ' '�' W I. DAMAGE TO ANY EXISTING ON-SITE STRUCTURES AS A RESULT OF WORK DONE of. • ' y 40,4 p�" 'V1 > U ca UNDER THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE REPAIRED TO ORIGINAL CONDITION AND -�, . ,� '7� ., ,eV - r - "1' 1111' x Q 8. FINISHED TO MATCH ADJACENT FINISHES, SUBJECT TO ARCHITECT'S APPROVAL, � ► ''� , ` Wi U Q, ♦.., • 0 AND AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER. ALL REPLACEMENT MATERIALS y : �.,� "t - w' REQUIRED TO MATCH EXISTING MATERIALS SHALL DO SO WITH RESPECT TO „t •• •`z_ o .c TYPE, PATTERN, TEXTURE, SIZE, SHAPE, COLOR AND METHOD OF INSTALLATION o o INSOFAR AS PRACTICABLE, AND SHALL BE APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT AND ail OWNER PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. DEFERRED SUBMITTALS FA I R F I E L D RANCH RD & CENTRAL AVE/SO U E L CANYON RD " J. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO FACE OF CONCRETE, MASONRY, INDICATED FACE OF2 STUD AND CENTERLINES OF COLUMNS AND GRIDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. K. DIMENSIONS OF THE SITE CONDITIONS ARE FROM A SURVEY BY OTHERS. THE MECHANICAL: ARCHITECT BEARS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCURACY OF SURVEY. GENERAL 1. THE MECHANICAL WORK FOR THE PROJECT SHALL BE PERFORMED AS CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY ALL SITE DIMENSIONS AND NOTIFY ARCHITECT OF ANY DESIGN-BUILD. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT WITH THE BID A DISCREPANCIES PROPOSED HVAC AND PLUMBING DRAWING THAT COORDINATES WITH THE C NI 0 -I _ _ CA 91709 ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. L. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR APPLYING FOR AND SECURING ALL NECESSARY FIRE PROTECTION PERMITS INCLUDING FIRE SPRINKLERS & FIRE 2. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S MECHANICAL SUBCONTRACTOR WILL BE ALARM SYSTEMS. RESPONSIBLE FOR APPLYING FOR AND SECURING ALL NECESSARY MECHANICAL PERMITS. M. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATION OF ALL SPECIAL INSPECTIONS. 3. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S PLUMBING SUBCONTRACTOR WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR APPLYING FOR AND SECURING ALL NECESSARY PLUMBING PERMITS. N. PROVIDE GALVANIC ISOLATION BETWEEN DISSIMILAR METALS. ELECTRICAL: 0. PROVIDE PRESSURE TREATED WOOD AT ALL LOCATIONS WHERE WOOD IS 1. THE ELECTRICAL WORK FOR THE PROJECT SHALL BE PERFORMED AS EXPOSED TO THE EXTERIOR U.O.N. AND WHERE WOOD COMES IN CONTACT WITH DESIGN-BUILD. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT WITH THE BID A CONCRETE OR SOIL. PROPOSED ELECTRICAL DRAWING THAT COORDINATES WITH THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. P. ALL PAINT AND WALL COVERINGS TO BE APPLIED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDATIONS PER THE PROJECT MANUAL AND 2. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S ELECTRICAL SUBCONTRACTOR WILL BE RESPONSIBLE SPECIFICATIONS. FOR APPLYING FOR AND SECURING ALL NECESSARY ELECTRICAL PERMITS. Q. PREPARE FLOOR SLAB AND SUB-FLOOR AREAS PER MANUFACTURERS' FIRE PROTECTION/FIRE ALARM: • RECOMMENDATIONS AND TOLERANCES. PROVIDE LEVEL FLOORING AREAS AND 1. THE FIRE PROTECTION WORK FOR THE PROJECT SHALL BE PERFORMED AS LEVEL TRANSITIONS. DESIGN-BUILD. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT WITH THE BID A R. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL USE DIMENSIONS SHOWN PROPOSED FIRE PROTECTION DRAWING THAT COORDINATES WITH THE PROJECT TEAM SITE & BUILDING DATA SHEET INDEX ON THE DRAWINGS AND ACTUAL FIELD MEASUREMENTS. NOTIFY ARCHITECT ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. IMMEDIATELY IF DISCREPANCIES ARE FOUND. 2. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S FIRE PROTECTION SUBCONTRACTOR WILL BE S. PROVIDE WATERPROOFING PER DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS AT ALL BELOW RESPONSIBLE FOR APPLYING FOR AND SECURING ALL NECESSARY FIRE CLIENT: ARCHITECT: SITE AND PARKING DATA: GRADE WALLS AND CONDITIONS. PROTECTION PERMITS. AO.10 COVER SHEET NANCY BANE MAGELLAN ARCHITECTS T. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE A COPY OF THE PLANS APPROVED BY DOCUMENTS FOR DEFERRED SUBMITTAL ITEMS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE 1319 MIRACELO CT. 10540 TALBERT AVE, STE 175 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: REGISTERED DESIGN PROFESSIONAL IN RESPONSIBLE CHARGE WHO SHALL REVIEW SAN MARCOS, CA 92078 FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708 PARCEL B AS SHOWN PROGRESS. OGRESS.AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION ON SITE WHENEVER CONSTRUCTION IS IN THEM AND FORWARD THEM TO THE BUILDING OFFICIAL WITH A NOTATION INDICATING PH: (760) 877-2009 PH: (949) 515-9600 EVIDENCED BY DOCUMEONT RECORDED DEN CERTIFICATE OCEMBER COMPLIANCEF 07, 20010 ASOINSTR INSTRUMENT NO. S1 OF 2 ALTA SURVEY COVER SHEET THAT THE DEFERRED SUBMITTAL DOCUMENTS HAVE BEEN REVIEWED AND BEEN CONTACT: NANCY BANE RECORD ARCH: PATRICK ANDERSEN 20010554491 OF OFFICIAL RECORDS, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED S2 OF 2 ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY U. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT ALL CONSULTANT PLANS FOR ALL FOUND TO BE IN GENERAL CONFORMANCE TO THE DESIGN OF THE BUILDING. THE NKBANE©GMAIL.COM PM CONTACT: JANESSA JOHNSON AS FOLLOWS: OPENINGS AND PENETRATIONS THROUGH SLABS, CEILINGS, WALLS AND ROOFS DEFERRED SUBMITTAL ITEMS SHALL NOT BE INSTALLED UNTIL THE DESIGN AND JANESSA©MAGELLANARCHITECTS.COM Cl OF 4 PRELIMINARY TITLE SHEET AND SHALL VERIFY SIZE AND LOCATION WITH RESPECTIVE CONTRACTORS SUBMITTAL DOCUMENTS HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE BUILDING OFFICIAL. PARCEL 4 OF PARCEL MAP NO. 15505, LOCATED IN THE CITY OF CHINO C2 OF 4 PRELIMINARY GRADING PLAN V. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE THE INSTALLATION OF CIVIL: HILLS, COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA ON FILE IN BOOK C3 OF 4 PRELIMINARY WQMP PLAN EQUIPMENT INCLUDED IN THIS CONTRACT. OBTAIN ROUGH-IN DIMENSIONS AND PLUMB ENGINEERING, INC. 193, PAGES 86 THROUGH 91, INCLUSIVE, OF PARCEL MAPS, IN THE OFFICE OF C4 OF 4 PRELIMINARY SECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR BACKING AND LOCATION OF ITEMS IN PARTITIONS PRIOR TO 914 E. KATELLA AVE THE COUNTY RECORDER OF SAID COUNTY. START OF WORK AD1.00 DEMO SITE PLAN ANAHEIM, CA 92805 TOGETHER WITH THE MOST EASTERLY 105 FEET OF PARCEL 6. W. REPETITIVE FEATURES MAY BE DRAWN ONLY ONCE BUT SHALL BE COMPLETELY PH: (714) 385-1835 A1.10 SITE PLAN PROVIDED AS IF DRAWN IN FULL FAX: (714) 385-1834 A1.20 FIRE ACCESS PLAN CONTACT: RICH FREI A1.30 LINE OF SIGHT DIAGRAM X. PROVIDE BACKING IN WALLS AS REQUIRED FOR THE INSTALLATION OF WALL RFREI©PEICA.COM PARCEL NUMBER: 1028-641-21 A1.31 LINE OF SIGHT DIAGRAM W MOUNTED ITEMS JURISDICTION: CITY OF CHINO HILLS A1.40 LANDSCAPE PLAN Y. THE DRAWING ABBREVIATION LEGENDS IN THE DRAWINGS ARE FOR EASE OF LANDSCAPE: PROPERTY ZONING: BP & LI (BUSINESS PARK AND A2.10 FIRST FLOOR PLAN 0 REFERENCE. THE PROJECT MASTER ABBREVIATION LEGEND, WHICH MAY A2.20 SECOND FLOOR PLAN LIGHT INCLUDE ABBREVIATIONS NOT USED IN THIS PROJECT, IS INCLUDED IN THE COLLEEN M. NOLAN INDUSTRIAL) A2.30 THIRD FLOOR PLAN SPECIFICATIONS FOLLOW SECTION 01420 - REFERENCES 7 ROBLE A2.40 ROOF PLAN RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CA 92688 AREA CALCULATIONS & CONDITIONSEt PH: (714) 743-7915 SITE AREA: 234,766 S.F. (5.39 ACRES) A2.50 HIGH ROOF PLAN CONTACT: COLLEEN NOLAN NEW/RECONFIG. L.S. AREA 12,951 S.F. A3.10 NORTH ELEVATION 0 CNOLAN@COX.NET EXIST. L.S. AREA TO REMAIN 52,633 S.F. A3.20 SOUTH ELEVATION TOTAL LANDSCAPE AREA: 65,584 S.F. A3.30 EAST ELEVATION A3.40 WEST ELEVATION V J DESIGN CODES SCOPE OF WORK THERE ARE NOT CRITICAL AREAS ON THIS PROPERTY A3.50 PRELIMINARY E PLAN A4.10 ENLARGED INTERIOR SPACE PLAN 1.1. 2016 CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE (CBC) 2016 CALIFORNIA ELECTRIC CODE (CEC) THE PROJECT SHALL CONSIST OF THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A REQUIRED SETBACKS: J z REQUIRED PROVIDED EXHIBITS: >- NEW 3 STORY CLIMATE CONTROLLED SELF STORAGE FACILITY TOTALING LLI 2016 CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE (CFC) FRONT (STREET): 25' 29'-5" Q 2016 CALIFORNIA MECHANICAL CODE (CMC) 130,149 SF INCLUDING A 2,000 SF BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES CENTER ' A MATERIALS BOARD SIDE (STREET): 25' 25 v� U AND RELATED SITE WORK. Al LANDSCAPE CALCULATION DIAGRAM 1 `� 2016 CALIFORNIA PLUMBING CODE SIDE (WEST): 10' 34 J 2016 CALIFORNIA GREEN ENERGY CODE REAR (SOUTH): 10' 95' A2 LANDSCAPE CALCULATION DIAGRAM 2 (/) W THE BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES CENTER SHALL CONSIST OF A P1 PARKING COUNT DIAGRAM V D 2016 CHINO HILLS MUNICIPAL CODE PACKAGING AND SHIPPING AREA, CONFERENCE ROOM, RECEPTION AREA, J 0 0 J 2016 CHINO VALLEY INDEPENDENT FIRE DISTRICT AND MOVEABLE WORK TABLES. THE PROJECT WILL REQUIRE A PARKING REQUIREMENTS & CALCULATIONS: cf) PRE-APPLICATION MEETING AND SUBMITTAL, COORDINATION OF VACATED EASEMENTS WITH EDISON POWER, AND A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT. 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SELF ADHESIVE MEMBRANE DATE) 2000 SF / 200 SF = 10 PARKING SPACES REQUIRED OFFICE AREA: 2,000 SF 09.18.18 CITY A.F.A. ABOVE FINISH FLOOR EXP EXPANSION MFG MANUFACTURING SCHED SCHEDULE ROOM NAME ALUM ALUMINUM EXT EXTERIOR MFR MANUFACTURER S.C. SOLID CORE INDICATES REVISED ROOM NAME OCCUPANCIES: S-1, B A 11.02.18 CITY ROOM NAMES SPRINKLERED? YES ANOD ANODIZED F.C.I.C. FURNISH BY CONTRACTOR M.H. MANHOLE S.G. SAFETY GLASS AREA PARKING PROVIDED ON APPLICANTS SITE: A XXX BROOM NO. BUILDING HEIGHT: 75 FT ANSI AMER NAT'L STDS INST. INSTALL BY CONTRACTOR MIN. MINIMUM SHT SHEET DETAIL NO. DESIGNATION XXX S.F.BROOM AREA REQUIRED PROVIDED ALLOWABLE NUMBERS OF STORIES:3 A APPROX APPROXIMATE F.D. FLOOR DRAIN MISC MISCELLANEOUS SIM SIMILAR X` ALLOWABLE AREA: ASR AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER RISER FDN FOUNDATION M.O. MASONRY OPENING SPEC'D SPECIFIED SHEET THAT DETAIL IS EXISTING STALLS (9' x 18') -- 35 STALLS (s-1)NS: 17,500 SF (B) NS: 23,000 SF A XX.X AVG AVERAGE F.F. FINISH FLOOR M.R. MOISTURE RESISTANT SQ SQUARE �L-1� FINISH SCHEDULE NEW STALLS (9' x 18') -- 42 STALLS Si: 70,000 SF 51: 92,000 SF FHS FLAT HEAD SCREW MULL MULLION SHOWN SM: 52,500 SF SM: 69,000 SF BD BOARD S.S. SERVICE SINK, SANITARY SEWEF KEY TOTAL STALLS: 62 STALLS 77 STALLS BLDG BUILDING F.1.0. FURNISHED & INSTALLED MTD MOUNTED SST STAINLESS STEEL BLDG. SECTION NO. MIXED OCCUPANCY/MULTI-STORY ISSUE DATES BLK BLOCK BY OWNER MTG MOUNTING STD STANDARD EQUIP. SCHEDULE AA = [AT + (NS X IF)] BLK'G BLOCKING F.O.I.C. FURNISHED BY OWNER, N.I.C. NOT IN CONTRACT STL STEEL lcr SHEET THAT SECTION KEY STALLS INCLUDED IN THE PARKING COUNT: AA = ALLOWABLE AREA DESIGN APPROVAL: BM BEAM INSTALLED BY CONTRACTOR NOM NOMINAL STRUCT STRUCTURE, STRUCTURAL IS SHOWN AT = TABLE VALUE (SM) FPHB FROST PROOF HOSE BIBB N.T.S. NOT TO SCALE NS = TABLE VALUE (NS) PERMIT SUBMITTAL: B.O. BOTTOM OF SUSP SUSPENDED X �CASEWORK DTL. NO. LOADING STALLS: (10' x 30') CITY DETERMINE 5 STALLS IF=o BOT BOTTOM FRP FIBER REINFORCED PANEL(S) 0/C ON CENTER SYS SYSTEM XXX.XX< SHEET NO. PERMIT RECEIVED: BTW BETWEEN FTG FOOTING O.A. OVERALL T TREAD, TOP X: .WALL SECTION NO. LOADING DOCK: (12' x 40') CITY DETERMINE 1 STALL S-1 OCCUPANCY: B OCCUPANCY: CB CATCH BASIN GA GAUGE O.C. ON CENTER T&B TOP & BOTTOM ACCESSIBLE STALLS: AA = [52,500 SF + (17,500 SF X 0)] AA = [69,000 SF + (23,000 SF X 0)] BID DOGS: C.C. CAST IRON GALV GALVANIZED O.H. OVERHEAD TEL TELEPHONE XX.X SHEET THAT SECTION IS WALL TYPE NO. ACCESSIBLE STALL: 2 STALLS 2 STALLS AA = [52,500 SF + 0] AA = [69,000 SF + 0] C.I.P. CAST IN PLACE G.I. GALVANIZED IRON OP'G OPENING TEMP TEMPERED SHOWN I #1 d -<I INSULATION KEY VAN ACCESSIBLE STALL: 1 STALL 2 STALLS AA = 52,500 SF AA = 69,000 SF CONSTR. DOCS: . C.J. CONTROL JOINT GLP GYPSUM LATH & PLASTER OPP OPPOSITE T&G TONGUE & GROOVE WALL TYPE LETTER BUILDING FLOOR AREA OFFICE AREA CL CENTER LINE GWB GYPSUM WALLBOARD PTN PARTITION T.G. TEMPERED GLASS A INTERIOR ELEV. NO. LEVEL 1: 40,603 SF < 52,500 SF OK LEVEL 1: 2,000 SF < 69,000 SF OK SCALE: AS NOTED CLG CEILING H.B. HOSE BIBB PERP PERPENDICULAR T.O. TOP OF • DATUM POINT LEVEL 2: 42,603 SF < 52,500 SF OK CMU CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT4rA LEVEL 3: 44,943 SF < 52,500 SF OK H.M. HOLLOW METAL PL PLATE, PROPERTY LINE TYP TYPICAL p g- WALL ORIENTATION PLOT DATE: 2018-11-19 COL COLUMN HORIZ HORIZONTAL P-LAM PLASTIC LAMINATE UTIL UTILITY FIRE RATING PER TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION: CONC CONCRETE HT HEIGHT PLYWD PLYWOOD U.O.M. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED C SHEET THAT INTERIOR di +8'-0"A.F.F-CEILING HEIGHT TYPE II-B CAD FILE: 18-002A01 CONT CONTINUOUS HTR HEATER PLBG PLUMBING VCT VINYL COMPOSITION TILE ELEV. 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S&r` L` 7159" / BENCHMARK DISK STAMPED MERRILL IN -.M.B. 1` :6 •1 THE TOP OF A CONCRETE POST AT THE �' \ NORTHWEST CORNER OF RAMONA AVENUE AND 6), II\ FNC 2.7 I BIRD FARM ROAD/VALLE VISTA DRIVE. osr� N G SE OF PL CURB 4>, FNC 0.2 \ ON PL MONUMENTS: 1 s? SW OF PL u - INDICATES FOUND MONUMENT AS NOTED b co Ct \ ♦ CURB N \ # ON PL O W II N 0 4' �O FNC '/,-) N O6 \ , ♦ S' NG AC �. B 0.3 CO l '? \ FNC 1.2 %' \ N G ' E OF PL FD. S&W "LS 7 59" � } m P.M.B. 193/8%-91 00 �� w_1 Lii o FNC 0.3 �� v Q r _ \ , ���' SE OF PL 0 0 v \ \ # / (C(D. I NINI \ 4// 0 e 0 48,p8„ 1 CO FNC 0.6 N-_,,,., NE OF PL 1- 0 Li.' z Li.' Li.' coo Li 86/210 ID dP '' 9 ARCQ Q yfi LI PARY CIVIL PLANS � 4 7-Eleven e ArehEbald'sDrive-Thru Uniwmeori5upoy T yl' �} m °Wp Denny s Starbucks , K .py K .� f 0 �Q� FOR �o-� n H. eiChlnaHl[Is , A .. W 4� C/y- a ,+ �CHINO HILLS SELF STORAGE . QG U \ �a o'f TT , , f @P'� 90, 4 ,, ,.,„ is yna Rising St ,. U �o- FAIRFIELD RANCH RD . & SOQUEL CANYON RD . CHINO HILLS CA 91710 ....„ 4 • , I Danbury Park Goo'"'" T- c• S GRADING NOTE: 1 . ALL WORK SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GRADING CODE OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPENDIX J OF THE 2016 CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE AND ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE PERMIT. VICINITY MAP TN.A. N.T.S. 2. NO GRADING SHALL BE STARTED WITHOUT FIRST CONTACTING THE GRADING INSPECTOR TO SCHEDULE A PREGRADE MEETING AT THE SITE 48 HOURS BEFORE THE START OF GRADING WITH THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE PRESENT: OWNER, GRADING CONTRACTOR, CIVIL ENGINEER, GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER, GEOLOGIST, CITY BUILDING/GRADING INSPECTOR AND PALEONTOLOGIST. ° "-1 I 1 I I I 1 I! i i i �� II II II II a II II II �� ° L I e '3. THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER AND ENGINEERING GEOLOGIST SHALL EXERCISE SUFFICIENT SUPERVISORY CONTROL OVER GRADING TO III INSURE COMPLIANCE WITH THE PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND CODE WITHIN HIS PURVIEW. I ,- I �'� _ I SHEET INDEX PROJECT INFORMATION : LEGEND: 4. THE REGISTERED DESIGN PROFESSIONAL SHALL EXERCISE SUFFICIENT SUPERVISORY CONTROL OVER GRADING TO INSURE COMPLIANCE � to CO1 - PRELIMINARY TITLE SHEET WITH THE PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND THE CODE WITHIN HIS PURVIEW. t_d i <ii> I "IF_ I CO2 - PRELIMINARY GRADING PLAN A/C - ASPHALT PAVEMENT � �- I PROJECT NAME: CHINO HILLS SELF STORAGE CO3 - PRELIMINARY WQMP BC BUILDING CORNER 5. SANITARY FACILITIES SHALL BE MAINTAINED ON THE SITE. — — — e — — — — — C04 - SECTION PROJECT ADDRESS: FAIRFIELD RANCH RD. & SOQUEL CANYON RD. BFPV - BACK FLOW PREVENT VALVE 6. WALLS REQUIRE SEPARATE BUILDING PERMIT. SUBMIT PERMIT APPLICATION AND DESIGN. ----j° • • + - - T r CHINO HILLS, CA 91710 BW BLOCK WALL FEMA FLOOD DATA: DISTURBED AREA: 79,742 SF CB CATCH BASIN 7. "THE UNDERSIGNED REGISTERED DESIGN PROFESSIONAL ACCEPTS THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROFESSIONAL INSPECTIONS IN �� o I �' `iII FLOOD ZONE: ZONE X APN: 1028 641 21 CBD CONCRETE BOLLARD ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 1704.7 OF THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE" (MUST BE SIGNED AND DATED) . THE REGISTERED DESIGN , /////� MAP NO. : 06071C9335H TOPOGRAPHY SOURCE: PLUMP ENGINEERING INC. C/L CENTERLINE PROFESSIONAL ALSO SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PREPARATION OF REVISED PLANS AND THE SUBMISSION AS OF AS-GRADED GRADING D ^ i { CONC - CONCRETE (SURVEY PLANS UPON COMPLETION OF THE WORK. /////////// /////j///�//////////////////�/ /� I TOPOGRAPHY DATE: 06-28-2018AM) DDC - DOUBLE DETECTOR CHECK VALVE BASIS OF BEARINGS: DEC - DECORATIVE 8. THE GRADING CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT A STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE TO THE AS-BUILT PLAN. . :� ������������ THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS DI - DROP INLET "PROPOSED TARTIN DATEOF GRADINGCOMPLETION ". ANY GRADINGOPERATIONS / � ..,,.,,<:.,,.;i SURVEY IS THE CENTERLINE OF CENTRAL DRN - DRAIN 9STARTING ; CO 0 O O S o ao /.; WILL REQUIRE SUBMITTAL OF TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT DRAINAGE AND EROSION CONTROL PLANS FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL. % // /� (:� AVENUE, AS SHOWN ON PARCEL MAP N0. E ELECTRIC ,, / 15505, RECORDED IN BOOK 193, PAGES EPB ELECTRIC PULL BOX THE CONTROL DEVICES SHOWN ON SAID PLANS MUST BE INSTALLED AND MAINTAINED IN OPERABLE CONDITION. ' � o �- / / / 86 THROUGH 91, OF PARCEL MAPS,BEING: EX - EXIST 10. ENGINEER MUST SET GRADE STAKES FOR ALL DRAINAGE DEVICES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN ALL NECESSARY j FH FIRE HYDRANT INSPECTIONS BEFORE POURING." 2 o NORTH 02°45'28" EAST FNC - FENCE s0 _ FS - FINISHED SURFACE 11 . "NO FILL TO BE PLACED UNTIL PREPARATION OF THE ORIGINAL GROUND IS APPROVED. / BENCHMARK: GA GUY ANCHOR CITY OF CHINO HILLS BENCHMARK HC - HANDICAP 12. "NO ROCKS GREATER THAN 12 INCHES IN DIAMETER MAY BE PLACED IN FILL." J DESIGNATION: 1064 - / / 1 ICV IRRIGATION CONTROL VALVE 1 FOR COMPACTED FILL, SPECIFY ON THE PLAN: EFP°TNION: NAVD638'488LP LIGHT POLE 3 0 CO CS C - L/S LANDSCAPING A. METHOD OF PREPARING NATURAL GROUND. / MH MANHOLE / BENCHMARK DISK STAMPED "MERRILL B. FOUNDATION BEARING VALUE DESIRED. MI �� 0/H - OVERHANG C. PERCENT COMPACTION - IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECOGNIZED STANDARDS PER SECTION 1803A.5. ♦���� F// / / 1972" IN THE TOP OF A CONCRETE POST pg PULLBOX D. NUMBER OF TESTS TO BE MADE (1 TEST FOR EACH 2 FEET OF FILL OR EACH 1 ,000 CUBIC FEET WHICHEVER IS GREATER.) . ;; / `> AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF RAMONA E. PLACING AND COMPACTING METHODS. THICKNESS OF LAYERS, EQUIPMENT USED, ETC. ���� , ' w . ......... ... /:» AVENUE AND BIRD FARM ROAD/VALLE PL PROPERTY LINE [I] ° A / PS - PARKING STALL F. SUBMIT ACOMPACTION TE T REP RT AND OBTAIN APPROVAL PRIOR T FOUNDATION INSPECTION. VISTA DRIVE. SU S 0 0 0 0 0 >:i>::>::; D o �� E J RD ROOF DRAIN 14. SLOPE OF PROPOSED CUT BANKS TO BE NO STEEPER THAN TWO HORIZONTAL TO ONE VERTICAL. �' �`� (I RET RETAINING WALL <�11 SCO - SEWER CLEANOUT 15. SLOPE OF PROPOSED FILL BANKS TO BE NO STEEPER THAN TWO HORIZONTAL TO ONE VERTICAL AND SHALL HAVE NOT LESS THAN , SMH SEWER MANHOLE o ` 90a COMPACTION OUT TO THE SURFACE. SN - SIGN ii I ST LT STREET LIGHT 16. DRAINAGE IS NOT PERMITTED TO SHEET OVER GRADED SLOPES STEEPER THAN 5:1 . SW - SIDEWALK �/ I TC - TOP OF CURB 17. CUT AND FILL SLOPES TO BE PLANTED WITH AN APPROVED GROUND COVER. SLOPES ARE TO BE PLANTED AND GROUNDCOVER \ \\\� ' TE - TRASH ENCLOSURE GROWING PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY OF BUILDINGS. ALL SLOPES SHALL BE SPRAYED WITH AN APPROVED SOILS SEALER PRIOR TO , APPROVAL OF ROUGH GRADE OR ISSUANCE OF A BUILDING PERMIT. N\ WFN WOOD FENCE - , WM - WATER METER 18. CROSS LOT DRAINAGE IS NOT PERMITTED. WV - WATER VALVE . , XXX.XX - PROPOSED ELEVATION 19. SPECIFY LOCATION OF CITY OF CHINO HILLS APPROVED BORROW/DISPOSAL SITE FOR PLAN REVIEW. (XXX.XX) EXISTING ELEVATION - - EXISTING PROPERTY LINE 20. ROOF GUTTERS SHALL BE REQUIRED FOR ALL PROJECTS. ROOF GUTTERS SHALL DRAIN TO AN APPROVED DRAINAGE WAY, SUCH AS , - FENCE A STREET GUTTER THROUGH A NON-EROSIVE CLOSED DRAIN. PRIVATE ENGINEER'S NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: THE EXISTENCE AND LOCATION OF UNDERGROUND UTILITIES OR STRUCTURES SHOWN ON THESE PLANS WERE OBTAINED BY A SEARCH N , ''2 OF AVAILABLE RECORDS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE DUE N °°•� ®/ PRECAUTIONS OF ALL RECORDED UTILITIES AS WELL AS ANY NOT �,,�I SHOWN AND SHALL CONFIRM ALL ALIGNMENTS AND GRADES BY FIELD N ° INVESTIGATIONS. SPECIAL NOTE FROM PRIVATE ENGINEER TO CONTRACTOR: THE CONTRACTOR AGREES THAT HE SHALL ASSUME SOLE AND COMPLETE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE JOB SITE CONDITIONS DURING THE COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION OF THIS PROJECT; INCLUDING SAFETY OF ALL PERSONS AND PROPERTY; THAT THIS SHALL APPLY CONTINUOUSLY AND NOT BE LIMITED TO NORMAL WORKING HOURS AND THAT THE CONTRACTOR SHALL DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD THE OWNER AND THE ENGINEER HARMLESS FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY, REAL OR ALLEGED IN CONNECTION WITH THE PERFORMANCE OF WORK ON THIS PROJECT, EXCEPTING FOR LIABILITY ARISING FROM THE SOLE NEGLIGENCE OF THE OWNER OR THE ENGINEER. „ n c erc rou n c Service Alert (-_---,"-ORE Y0 00 Call : TOLL FREE IP 811 i_____,,//// www. ca11811 . com W' 0 �' moo' �' m m m m m mmmmm TWO WORKING DAYS BEFORE YOU DIG SCALE: 1" = fin' B -\ C - V A R K : A S S O F B E A I \ G S: PLUMP ENGINEERING INC. E VI S O\ S C T Y O C \ O S W.O.No. C T Y C CH C H 1pCONSULTING ENGINEERS INQ�OFESS/ONSIZE CITY OF CHINO HILLS BENCHMARK y �"';. ,+� CIVIL, SURVEYING,ARCHITECTURAL ��t,0 Q TRYFo�9�� ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PRELIMINARY c,PN�. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT DESIGNATION: 1064 THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS k ,ELEVATION: 638.49' + , a AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING �o p �� DDESIGNED BY: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: DATUM: NAVD 88 SURVEY IS THE CENTERLINE OFItlIx0, ,. G�i`�'"'�` "� 914 E. KATELLA AVENUE 0 r m14000 CITY CENTER DRIVE CENTRAL AVENUE, AS SHOWN ON �f Y �c w fX NO. 65859 o m TITLE SHEET CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL MAP N0. 15505, RECORDED ,,:.` ANAHEIM,CALIFORNIA 92805 PROJECT No. i� � PLpMp ERGN EERING E"o. (714 385-1835 FAX 714 385-1834 EXP.12/31/19" 1 805051 TEL: (909) 364-2700 BENCHMARK DISK STAMPED PARCEL 1972" IN ) ( ) IN BOOK 193, PAGES 86 THROUGH SUBMITTED BY THE TOP OF A CONCRETE POST AT THE g1, OF PARCEL MAPS,BEING: � _ � FAX: 909 364-2729 - y�• CIVIC REVIEWED BY:( NORTHWEST CORNER OF RAMONA AVENUE AND V..7 .>,,,',..,!„,-,,:,... F & STEVEN C. NIX, CITY ENGINEER DATE FAIRFIELD RANCH RD. & SOQUEL CANYON RD. www.chinohills.org BIRD FARM ROAD/VALLE VISTA DRIVE. NORTH 02°45'28" EAST a of CHINO HILLS 07-13-2018 OF aNO R.C.E. NO. 56810 EXP. 6/30/15 SHEET 1 OF 4 INCORPORATED 1991 TRYFONTRYFONOPOULOS DATE MARK APPR DATE I ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER DATE CHINO HILLS, CA 91710 87/210 �CPo ; I LEGEND: C>i-> . _ ,. . . U I II '(ST. C�DMIN 0.5% .'.".".�„ LANDSCAPE AREA AC PAVEMENT - -F590. �1)FS "- - - - _ _ - - - - _ _ - - _ _ _ _ I (589.36)FS b PCC SIDEWALK FULL DEPTH AC (8" MIN. ) 1 (589.71 JF� J I j���j 1 1 1 88.80TC` :•:.::.: 588.30FS :::::I :. JOIN EXIST. JOIN EXIST. JOIN EXIST. 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THE ARCHITECT AND HIS CONSULTANTS 20' 0 20' 40' 60' D ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSTRUCTION BIDS �� mmommommommomm TWO WORKING DAYS BEFORE YOU DIG OR CONSTRUCTION PERFORMED FROM THESE DRAWINGS. / SCALE: 1" = 20' CITY OFCH \ O H LLS E\ C H LS A ASS OF E A I \ G S: PLUMP ENGINEERING INC. pFESS/p REVISIONS SIZE CITY OF C \ O HILLS W.O.No. CITY OF CHINO HILLS BENCHMARK ,� CONSULTING ENGINEERS IN OQFZ TRYF Nq ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT DESIGNATION: 1064 THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS -. '��"S CIVIL,SURVEYING,ARCHITECTURAL �� P oti C/PNo- y » 4, Qc. D PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT DESIGNATION: AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING o ELEVATION: 638.49' SURVEY IS THE CENTERLINE OFY � *« o� z DESIGNED BY: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: 14000 CITY CENTER DRIVE DATUM: NAVD 88e 914E.KATELLAAVENUE w 0 m GRADING PLAN CENTRAL AVENUE AS SHOWN ON _ , , a '� N0. 65859 o m DESCRIPTION: f � ,`�� +` ANAHEIM,CALIFORNIA92805 � � of � PROJECT No. CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 PARCEL MAP NO. 15505, RECORDED "� , .;�:� , PLOMP fAGINEERlNB INE. 714 385-1835 FAX 714 385 1834 EXP.12/31/19• 805051 TEL: (909) 364-2700 BENCHMARK DISK STAMPED "MERRILL 1972" IN ) ) IN BOOK 193, PAGES 86 THROUGH , . ,r.: SUBMITTED BY THE TOP OF A CONCRETE POST AT THE q CIVIk- �Q FAX: (909) 364-2729 91, OF PARCEL MAPS,BEING: `. I REVIEWED BY: STEVEN C. NIX, CITY ENGINEER DATE FAIRFIELD RANCH RD. & SOQUEL CANYON RD. NORTHWEST CORNER OF RAMONA AVENUE AND ciTv of cHINo Hl��s 07 13 2018 FCF CAL��� www.chinohills.org BIRD FARM ROAD/VALLE VISTA DRIVE. NORTH 02°45 28 EAST INCORPORATED 1991 I R.C.E. NO. 56810 EXP. 6/30/15 SHEET 2 OF 4 TRYFON TRYFONOPOULOS DATE MARK APPR DATE I ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER DATE CHINO HILLS, CA 91710 88/210 1 �I / 1 /_,, , \ LEGEND: SOURCE CONTROL BMP'S: — ,____, , ._ T.® _ . „ ��� i" " „ . WATER QUALITY DESIGN CAPTURE VOLUME (DMA-1 ) ,..-w-.-.W. LANDSCAPE AREA SD10 SITE DESIGN&LANDSCAPE PLANNING 14 - I PROJECT AREA DMA-1 (SF) - 9,574 SF (0.22 acre) —H • --@ O 0 to Ij SD EFFICIENT IRRIGATION o-° IMPERVIOUSNESS = 81.00% PCC SIDEWALK o ° SD21 ALTERNATIVE BUILDING MATERIALS a ) o _ C (RUNOFF COEFFICIENT) = AC PAVEMENT C = 0.858(IMP%)^3 - 0.78(IMPW2 + 0.774(IMP%) + 0.04 C 0.858(0.81)^3 0.78(0.81)^2 + 0.774(0.81) + 0.040.612 �I 2YEAR-1 HOUR RAINFALL DEPTH = 0.579 11 �` 0 EXISTING FLOW DIRECTION NON STRUCTURAL CONTROL BMP'S: ° r' P6 = P2yr-lhr x ai, ai = 1 .4807 (VALLEY) �� 0 0 � � 0 P6 = 0.579 x 1.4807 = 0.858 PROPOSED FL W DIRECTION o L�I CV. ._ 6" SD PIPE 0N4 EDUCATION FOR PROPERTY OWNERS, C2 = 1.963 FOR 48 HOUR DRAWDOWN RATE. ° ° f DMA BOUNDARY \ / '`" INFILTRATION TRENCH DCV = DMA x C x a2 x P6/12 TENANTS AND OCCUPANTS(ENTIRE SITE) ' AREA:363 CF DCV = 9,574 x 0.612 x 1.963 x 0.858/12 = 821 CF DMA-X ° ° DEPTH:6 FT \ / X,XXX SF DMA INFORMATION DMA-1 NOTE:THE MINIMUM INFILTRATION TRENCH AREA PER TGD IS 343 SF WITH 6 XX.XX ac / u — - I 1 :: PER DETAIL I HEREON. �, �)' i , \ J //////// 9,574 F > : FT DEPTH BUT THE DESIGN PROVIDED 363 SF OF INFILTRATION TRENCH TREATMENT CONTROL BMP'S: Q / 0.2120 C ;;;.*.,..,,,'"":::" ook WITH 6 FT DEPTH, THEREFORE THE DESIGN MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS. TC10 INFILTRATION TRENCH -/7/7 Imt / / / . / 1 / N WATER QUALITY DESIGN CAPTURE VOLUME (DMA-2) ° : :: -'` °' PROJECT AREA DAM-2 (SF) = 70,195 SF (1.611 acre) 1 °ono /-::::.:..:;is.::>:>:: ■ ® / IMPERVIOUSNESS = 78.79% !J n I ,l / C (RUNOFF COEFFICIENT) C = 0.858(IMP%)^3 - 0.78(IMP%)^2 + 0.774(IMP%) + 0.04 EI /:.>: >:: .. C = 0.858(0.7879)^3 - 0.78(0.7879)^2 + 0.774(0.7879) + 0.04 = 0.586 ' 2YEAR-1 HOUR RAINFALL DEPTH = 0.579 ®` • DMA-2 / 1_,. - / /::..;;;_;>_:;:;-;=>> P6 = P2yr-lhr x al, = al - 1.4807 (VALLEY) -• 70,195 SF P6 0.579 x 1.48070.858 1.611 ac C2 = 1.963 FOR 48 HOUR DRAWDOWN RATE. (N) CURB 4" RETAINING 4 6 INCH PERFORATED L _ / WATER BASIN DIAMETER PVC / REMOVABLE WELL • SD10 DCV = DA x C x a2 x P6/12 61' // // vim iz( .: . DCV = 70,195 x 0.586 x 1.963 x 0.858/12 - 5,774 CF akw CAP •1//\//\//\//\//\//\//\//\//\ � NOTE:THE MINIMUM INFILTRATION TRENCH AREA PER TGD IS 2,406 SF WITH \\i\\\ . //•""';""" "� "'�= .V�" ,041,\/\ I* .L , ........:::: / ////1�////� 6 FT DEPTH BUT THE DESIGN PROVIDED 2 582 SF OF INFILTRATION TRENCH N AC. /��/�/������\�\����� �\� \ � \ '� \i �\ II 7 / / : : : : : :: ( ) \,\,„\\\\ �i\\\�1,\\\� __\\\ �\ °l!\ \ \/ 3 MULCH AS SD12 / / i : �: / WITH 6 FT DEPTH, THEREFORE THE DESIGN MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS. ///��y5�y5�y5�y5�y� a _' \\//\ PRE TREATMENT PRIOR �N .___, ;:::/ / �\:\ o 0 0 0 0 o a2 o \\X TO INFILTRATION k O a E TEXTILE CI GO / 12 IL FOR * „ ASO 0 FILTER FABRIC //\\/\\ o 0 0 0 0 -' a -.o-'\\\/\ LANDSCAPE PLANTING ,44, :),(4, :),c4),(4, :),(4)„1..7,c ,4,.....4, / \ rop, \,‘ ‘\4-11°-r // EP N \ot> �/\//, o 0 0 0 0 o a o /\/�ray\ •'. •' \/ 72 DEEP TRENCH i, / /� e� \j/\ FILLED WITH 1 .5-2.5 INCH � / � / / `.� SD PIPE \\ o •0 0 0 0 0 o \\ DIAMETER CLEAN STONE 40 • 1 \i� 9\_/\\/\/\/\/\\/\\/\\/\\i\i\i\i\i\i\/\/\/\ \\/, ` _ SQUARE STEEL WIDTH PER PLAN N. ,, ;:< ; ;;._ ,, 6 SAND FILTER FOOT PLATE WITH I INFILTRATION TRENCH REBAR ANCHOR AREA:2,582 CF I DEPTH:6 FT CAPACITY:6,196.8 CF NTS INFILTRATION TRENCH 1 � - :::,N NNNN " PER DETAIL 1 HEREON. I I liik° **1**''' *10#.7 n / • NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION AN IN-HOUSE QUALITY CONTROL AND INTERFACE HAS NOT BEEN COMPLETED AND BUILDING DEPARTMENT REVISIONS HAVE NOT BEEN ADDED TO THESE CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS. THE ARCHITECT AND HIS CONSULTANTS ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSTRUCTION BIDS ncercrounc Service Alert OR CONSTRUCTION PERFORMED FROM THESE DRAWINGS. , ,5ORE Yo °o Call : TOLL FREE (((�I 811 www. call811 . ccm 40' 0 40' 80' 120' ---(--- / TWO WORKING DAYS BEFORE YOU DIG SCALE: 1" = 40' B -A C — \� A R K : A B E A PLUMP ENGINEERING INC. E VISIONS CITY 0 — C \ 0 HILLS W.O.No. CITY O CH O H �4-, CONSULTING ENGINEERS IN Q�OFESS/Oiy SIZE CITY OF CHINO HILLS BENCHMARK Y +'��� ,+�; �;, CIVIL, SURVEYING,ARCHITECTURAL ��O P TRYFo, ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PRELIMINARY CIPNo. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT DESIGNATION: 1064 THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS k "'` ELEVATION: 638.49' 7. + , a, AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING co �o`, p �0 D DESIGNED BY: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: DATUM: NAVD 88 SURVEY IS THE CENTERLINE OF x ,. C. �i`•�" 914 E. KATELLA AVENUE 0 r m 14000 CITY CENTER DRIVE CENTRAL AVENUE, AS SHOWN ONLY Y �c .. w fX NO. 65859 o m WQMP PLAN CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL MAP N0. 15505, RECORDED ,,:.` inc ANAHEIM,CALIFORNIA92805 o) PROJECT No. - Lump ENG'NEERING Ho. (714 385-1835 FAX 714 385-1834 EXP.12/31/19 1 805051 TEL: (909) 364-2700 BENCHMARK DISK STAMPED PARCEL 1972" IN ) ( ) IN BOOK 193, PAGES 86 THROUGHSUBMITTED BY THE TOP OF A CONCRETE POST AT THE g1, OF PARCEL MAPS,BEING: \� � � �' CIVI\- \Q' FAX: (909) 364-2729 NORTHWEST CORNER OF RAMONA AVENUE AND v:, . . .,: 9TF 0�� REVIEWED BY: STEVEN C. NIX, CITY ENGINEER DATE FAIRFIELD RANCH RD. & SOQUEL CANYON RD. www.chinohills.org BIRD FARM ROAD/VALLE VISTA DRIVE. NORTH 02°45'28" EAST aTY of CHINO HILLS 07-13-2018 OF CAI-\F R.C.E. NO. 56810 EXP. 6/30/15 SHEET 3 OF 4 INC[]RP[]RATED 1991 TRYFON TRYFONOPOULOS DATE MARK APPR DATE I ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER DATE CHINO HILLS, CA 91710 89/210 100 PROPOSED I PROPOSED CURB CONCRETE PAVEMENT PROPOSED 100 1 PL 591.21TC\ 591.80FS I (CONCRETE PAVEMENT EMENT PROPOSED CURB i_ PROPOSED 95 / �a1.8n�c PROPOSED, O ^SED ` 9590.71FS nl.uur5 591.6UF5�AC PAVEMENT 589.7012(n) PROPOSED BUILDING 89.10FS /TRUCKRAMP 590.75FS AC PAVEMENT 591.4OFS IIIII, , IIIIIIIII II III III I IIII IIIII IIIII IIII IIII, ,III, ,II%II11 I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I I III III I I III I I I I I I I I I III _90 90 i-rI r1 I TII _ • '''—I11—III=1II—' -III=III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-1I1=III-III-III-III-III-1II-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III-III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—III—' ' 85 1 — - — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —II—II—II-II-II-II-II-II—II -II—II-II-II-II-II-II-II-II—II—II—' 85 "—i 1—III—III—II—II- -II-1 1 IIIIIIIII= III1 —'11-111-1 11111=111 111-1'` "-111—III-111-111-111-111-111-111-111—' 1 80 I 80 SECTION A-A HORIZONTAL SCALE: 1"=20' VERTICAL SCALE: 1"=10' Uncerground Service Alert cEF ORE YOCi ■ a Call : TOLL FLEE NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION Kt, i_ 81 1 AN IN-HOUSE QUALITY CONTROL AND INTERFACE HAS NOT 1 � BEEN COMPLETED AND BUILDING DEPARTMENT REVISIONS 11 HAVE NOT BEEN ADDED TO THESE CONSTRUCTION www. cal1811 . com DRAWINGS. THE ARCHITECT AND HIS CONSULTANTS ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSTRUCTION BIDS TWO WORKING DAYS BEFORE YOU DIG OR CONSTRUCTION PERFORMED FROM THESE DRAWINGS. 3 E\ C H V A ,< : ASS O F E A I \ G S: PLUMP ENGINEERING INC. REVISIONS CITY OF C \ O HILLS W.O.No. CITY OFCH \ O H CONSULTING ENGINEERS IN QROFESS/ON SIZE CITY OF CHINO HILLS BENCHMARK DESIGNATION: 1064 THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS '� rS CIVIL,SURVEYING,ARCHITECTURAL ��� P TRYFpti� ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT " `` ' CIP No. 5 a;w � AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING O p () DESIGNED BY: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SURVEY IS THE CENTERLINE OF , : z APPROVED BY: ELEVATION: 638.49' ,� 14000 CITY CENTER DRIVE DATUM: NAVD 88 �1 1 �` f. 914E.KATELLAAVENUE w o m SECTION CENTRAL AVENUE AS SHOWN ON F �� N0. 65859 o m DESCRIPTION: f +` ANAHEIM,CALIFORNIA 92805 cc I- of z, PROJECT No. CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 PARCEL MAP NO. 15505, RECORDED . fir, ,�� . PLUMP fAGINEERlNB INE. (714)385-1835 FAX(714)385 1834 EXP.12/31/19• 1 805051 TEL: (909) 364-2700 BENCHMARK DISK STAMPED "MERRILL 1972" IN IN BOOK 193, PAGES 86 THROUGH SUBMITTED BY THE TOP OF A CONCRETE POST AT THE �� �`e;Y:? � q CIVIL �Q' FAX (909) 364-2729 91, OF PARCEL MAPS,BEING: `� I REVIEWED BY: STEVEN C. NIX, CITY ENGINEER DATE FAIRFIELD RANCH RD. & SOQUEL CANYON RD. NORTHWEST CORNER OF RAMONA AVENUE AND F www.chinohills.org BIRD FARM ROAD/VALLE VISTA DRIVE. NORTH 02°45'28" EAST aTY OF cHINU HILLS 07-13-2018 OF CAL\� I R.C.E. NO. 56810 EXP. 6/30/15 SHEET 4 OF 4 iNcozPozaTEn 1991 TRYFON TRYFONOPOULOS DATE MARK APPR DATE I ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER DATE CHINO HILLS, CA 91710 90/210 DEMO KEY NOTES • °T.y D DEMO EXISTING CURB AND GUTTER. �� .q s•`� o . I 2 DEMO EXISTING CURB. ° �d I0DEMO AND RELOCATE EXISTING SEWER MANHOLE PER CIVIL DRAWINGS. 'vl \''x O • • • \ \ 0 DEMO AND RELOCATE EXISTING FIRE HYDRANT PER CIVIL DRAWINGS. '-)1II• ' s'C 11110.- D DEMO EXISTING COMMUNICATIONS VAULT I • \ \ �6 DEMO EXISTING CHAINLINK FENCE PER PLAN. 6F�/ A 7 EXISTING GUTTER AND DRAIN INLET TO REMAIN. • F/E \ a c c ,a (L, . ,) ,_ a_ • L D09.18.18 El DEMO EXISTING UTILITIES AND RELOCATE TO APPROXIMATE LOCATION SHOWN. ° T 6 A �C IT� H V . to • OAD I \ cn a� a::: c• a U N E -O T N+, Nd\ Ili __ c O OO N U _ OI ON �v N -° N__ c U N >,OO (n7 --; � Qi O+� cn O — � � O I a 6 • �' - - - - - Ha ° ° ° �, • l ' ------ --- _____ ___ ____ / / • N N +�+ N L T O J N w O c O U I ° x J O O. • O V O E _c 0 O • -c .,.1.� m.0 o N N U O N O '- — U V O 0 c C C L • O / C .T Oi .O� d° O •� O 6 O 0 r eL ' U O t Pn T E i s-° E o U QQQ z `o aD ,_ 3Q E aao o a *AI/ r 7 / IC - ic'.--, (09 0 \ / // C13 U (n• LEXISTING \\`� / I � _ ` - W o ;'• ARCHIBALD'S ` II H 211\f4 \ TD 6a a o 1 > U• EXISTINGx Q a H• o I DENNY'S r o IIELi ! � >1 •I ° CUI o o1I Li - - �T �y\\\*\� EXISTING , 2 71 r 0STARBUCKS I I • . I r: °° V-c, 4-..• M N E \ '1 I a I % I / U \\ : 1 I I I T I — o 7 f . i 1 I I I —I a- = 0 _ I ___, r i ...... ,.. _ . 1 1 E I I� Er1 - riji-.21) \ \ l �� 0 1 © © 4 C1 1 — — L6J 41 LI • I — — — — — I =ItJN I N I 6‘ (7( Ia U i 1 I 6 I 1 1 1 I I 8 I 1 1 U c- I ■ CO •uoo I I J ,_ D . ., ..... , I � � / CD I. 1=1 ./� I ) • 1 Li-i 1 CD ❑O I SITE OF 3 STORY / 1 ■ 10(1 �� I 130,149 SF BUSINESS • LI SUPPORT SERVICES • FACILITY / I I W I N I U 11 I 0 1 El 1 < • I Et / I . • . 4I • 0 i'D 1 1 , . _ . E _ / u) ry • ( 1..I. Aallr II I EXISTING % Aar X-i-a • ; 4 STORYOZ HOTEL ` I ■ W z • I El ElI I C) LJ ‘ I I illo � . � I I = Q � N iN *) 0 = Q N 0 24 o 0 • I U co _, z z n — - . • i 0 = O w #. 4 I Lu � Qz U zL_ C_.) 0_ • *?.1# -1 I REVISIONS , 1/41* PLAN NOTES S / I N0. DATE BY , .., --, , , 0 ____-- v. .) I O• v. 1 4� I A ISSUE DATES S - I -1, d I DESIGN APPROVAL: ') v.� r I PERMIT SUBMITTAL: C7 ,1 3 PERMIT RECEIVED: C) S3 1 BID DOCS: ,1 s ✓ I CONSTR. DOCS: C). 3 ; ,1 d 3 dS I SCALE: AS NOTED �✓ I PLOT DATE: 2018-11-19 CAD FILE: 18-002 All \ 1 I JOB NUMBER: CHECKED: PA 1 DRAWN: 1 STATUS: SITE ENTITLEMENT DEMOLITION SITE PLAN DEMO SITE PLAN SCALE: 1" = 40'-0" AD1 . 00 91/210 KEY NOTES vI ❑ EXISTING DRAIN AND INLET TO REMAIN. REFER TO CIVIL DRAWINGS. v�Zgw� ,nc ' . \ �a d, ❑2 0 w EXISTING LANDSCAPE TO REMAIN. _ i; U I \ I ❑3 EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN. ')." \ o O � ++++++ \ ❑4 EXISTING LIGHT POLE TO REMAIN. ���1 !1t S`V � + + + + + +++ op- \ ❑5 EXISTING FIRE HYDRANT TO REMAIN. • + + + + 1 + FA ❑ EXISTING SEWER MAN HOLE TO REMAIN. .++++++ + + O + ++� .++++ \ //E� I ❑ EXISTING ES TO BE RELOCATED. ++++ + + \ +++ + + +++ ++ + \ + p� +. + + + + + + \ D RA g EXISTING HIGHI TENSION POWER LINES TO REMAIN. J () 2.T. a) °-~ a) + + h + + + + + + �+ + + 5 \ CN ❑9 EXISTING FENCE TO REMAIN. ° T° L + + +�++ + I?0 A D I 10 EXISTING PROPERTY LINE. o - > ° a aho + + + + + + + + +� + + + \44 + + + + + + + + + + + + \ a a> °+ + + + + + + + + + + CT OU OS '2aaO °'� o [] + + + + + 13 + + + + + + + 11 EXISTING STREET CENTER LINE. a1> 9 �� >Ya CO OLO C C O C' N C N + + + + + + + + + + c Q., N O N U CO ° 4'•L O 3�� + + + + + + ' C + + + + + + + + + �+ + + "° O ° ,- o m + + + + '. I \ ° ° E ° o'er a n a ° E O + + + �„ 12 EXISTING FREEWAY ONRAMP. >,,,° 3 ,° C 0 13 NEW LANDSCAPE PER LANDSCAPE PLAN. o,- C C C N o ( 1 1 + + + T` I- + + + + -0 a) N d C U T z i•� 0- O+ + + + F + + + + N > .� E XU 3" w O + + + + + + + + + O a')-- U ° o a t . o . • 9 \ 14 APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF NEW UTILITIES. r ++F++++++++ /IT ° 26 15 NEW 9'-0" x 19'-0" PARKING STALLS (34 TOTAL) OU `o o ° o o° o O - °' U ° otCCC�,oa) rncn ° Ccn • ++++++ 16 NEW 9'-O" x 19'-O" VAN ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL WITH 9'-O" x 19'-O" SHARED •T o a. o o° C o ACCESS AISLE. Q U o o >,° U 0 a �z o o �' 3Q E aaU ° a I I I _ NEW E.9'-0" x 19'-0" ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL WITH 9'-0" x 19'-0" SHARED ACCESS AISL I — — — I Ti) S S ii (------ _ _ 17 I 1 g NEW 10'-0" x 30'-O" LOADING STALL (5 STALLS TOTAL). INSTALL SIGNAGE STATING W Ls-) o 0 E + I \ "CUSTOMER LOADING - 30 MINUTES MAX. rn I •+ / ' N I 1 g NEW 14'-O" x 40'-O" TRUCK LOADING STALL WITH LOADING DOCK (1 STALL TOTAL). • C13U cn .2 , 2 Eli [] + / EXISTING \\`� ) -� - 20 NEW CMU TRASH ENCLOSURE PAINTED TO MATCH BUILDING. W LE = L t ARCHIBALD'S ` II ❑ o rn • ° EXISTING I o 0 b I �•. , - .., x Q a H a� + 4 DENNY'S 0 1 / •o e. 0)1 U a� ca II o 0 I ,c4), [] C+ / I ° —• 1 22 RETENTION BASIN. REFER TO CIVIL DRAWINGS. 7:7• )---F- ,• \ o ° LoiEs 11/02/18 24 ELECTRICAL ROOM. u_ [ I + I ■0. IT � � ���� EXISTING I FIRE RISER ROOM. / STARBUCKS+ I . j • I 26 ACCESSIBLE PATH OF TRAVEL. + 4 • O ® _ I I 27 TRUCK TURNING RADIUS. 28• 6' HIGH CMU WALL WITH VERTICAL LANDSCAPING (VINES) AND DROUGHT TOLERANT I /, I ❑ LA CSC 'ING A 'IALS CM PAI TED TO M TCH BUBUILDING.,____ i 1 4 10 --C / 29 CORRUGATED METAL ROLL UP SECURITY GATE TO BLOCK ACCESS TO LOADING AREA AT �--. — — r �.1- ❑ NIGHT. PAINT TO MATCH BUILDING. :C] J 4 / 26 � 2 ♦ H-1+--- — + m 0 +: © I� I 11/02/18 BUILDING DATA [] •I + •'; V �' I I I CODE SUMMARY- 3 STORY SELF STORAGE BUILDING T - - �+ • © © 1 p o - FAIRFIELD RANCH RD. & SOQUEL CANYON RD. I CHINO HILLS. CA 91709 cL 1 . 1 BP & LI ZONE (BUSINESS PARK & LIGHT INDUSTRIAL) [] ,6 �� r LEVEL 1 LEASING OFFICE: 2,000 SF LEVEL 1 STORAGE AREA: 40,603 SF 4 n LEVEL 2 STORAGE AREA: 42,603 SF 'I + • Vil I IILEVEL 3 STORAGE AREA: 44.943SFo 5 -01 _ r'' TOTAL BUILDING AREA: 130,149 SF [] ai •� ' 2 LAND AREA: 5.39 ACRES/ 234.788 SF �.e 1 �v ..r / 10 • ° �;; ��� 1/0�2/18 BY CODE: PROPOSED: 10 1 1 1 it — — — - ✓ - - — + ® 5 ` - o LOT COVERAGE MAX: 50% 18% I + 14 26 I 0 16 m •® 18 27 _ / 15 /i\ .•y"'`.. FAR 0.75:1 0.55 [] F+ ° 4 0- PO I I ® MAX HEIGHT: - 41'-3" 9 + v, _ 26 /0 ,� I o - - - -� -__ I Q% ,, BY CODE: PROPOSED: i r / I SETBACKS REAR(SOUTH):1 0' 95'-0" • I f I � / E cl. /{ SIDE (STREET):25' 25'-0" • I (r ® SIDE (WEST):10' 34'-1" L] 0 I • -• 0 1 - = - — �� FRONT (NORTH):25' 29'-5" _ EXISTING 48 -(� •] +.•.. .. . . ':':'..':':':':':',*:':*.*:';A:':*:':*.*:*:*:':*:'.*:':*.':':': _IF 1 • OPEN LOT - CIII 1III == I 1 PARKING: 53 77 Ir [] g v - I ® 24 I 1 TOTAL BUILDING AREA: 130,149 SF ° •A 26 1 SELF-STORAGE AREA: 128,149 SF 9 OFFICE AREA: 2,000 SF ■ •°°0 1 OCCUPANCIES: S-1, B co 1 I I) I p . 1 J SPRINKLERED? YES • • •/7- _ ` ,/� 1 BUILDING HEIGHT: 75 FT [] ■ / „ 1� ALLOWABLE NUMBERS OF STORIES: 3 — Q 0 nI El i . ALLOWABLE AREA: I © I (S-1) NS: 17,500 SF (B) NS: 23,000 SF / ^ ■ I J4 / • 1 O Si: 70,000 SF Si: 92,000 SF / ` I 1 SM: 52,500 SF SM: 69,000 SF [] 8 8 ❑0 0 3 STORY / ® I MIXED OCCUPANCY/MULTI-STORY • 10 130,149 SF BUSINESS AA = [AT + (NS X IF)] ■ SUPPORT SERVICES •• ■ P___ FACILITY AA = ALLOWABLE AREAIII/ AT = TABLE VALUE (SM)• NS = TABLE VALUE (NS) IF=O0 • \ [] _ S-1 OCCUPANCY: B OCCUPANCY: • Li 10 I 56 AA = [52,500 SF + (17,500 SF X 0)] AA = [69,000 SF + (23,000 SF X 0)] \ vI I AA = [52,500 SF + 0] AA = [69,000 SF + 0] ` �" II I:I / AA = 52,500 SF AA = 69,000 SF BUILDING FLOOR AREA OFFICE AREA 0 / ' ® LEVEL 1: 40,603 SF < 52,500 SF OK LEVEL 1: 2,000 SF < 69,000 SF OK LEVEL 2: 42,603 SF <52,500 SF OK = [ • 29 LEVEL 3: 44,943 SF <52,500 SF OK 9 a - 13 • • • / FIRE RATING PER TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION: 0 A TYPE II-B V� PRIMARY STRUCTURAL WALLS: 0-HOUR RATING REQUIRED I O 1° C D • <1. 11/02/184:: BEARING WALLS:ri- EXISTING \ / INTERIOR: 0-HOUR RAl1NG REQUIRED EXTERIOR: 0-HOUR RATING REQUIRED Z 4STORY c� ` + aa '` '` NON-BEARING WALLS: J 0 ' HOTEL l e INTERIOR: 0-HOUR RATING REQUIRED III >- ,\ ; �j� v + EXTERIOR: 0-HOUR RATING REQUIRED Limo Z r • - [I] FLOOR CONSTRUCTION: 0-HOUR RATING REQUIRED Q S , h 20 I J ROOF CONSTRUCTION: 0-HOUR RATING REQUIRED O `\. , ® ® 18 19 ��� o .) t ' - rn I19 1LJ • ®0 ® 28 I PARKING COUNT DATA J / ..1 * ) • • • I 13�; A I ill ±:*.. •: ® 11/02/18 BUILDING # OF STALLS I Q _ N - : r \ O • ARCHIBALD'S 10 (� z O , • DENNY'S RESTAURANT 57 0 ,45 (n• 9 I STARBUCKS 43 zZ OJI HOTEL 136 0 LLJ 0• � U ! O• , I i� :: 10APPLICANTSNEWBUILDING 77 (35 EXISTING + 42 NEWT• 4 /II O C. ,1UZdS3ITOTALPARKINGSPACES323✓ / :,• 1 I REVISIONSid s� A PLAN NOTES 12( 41# 11/02/18 11/02/18NO. DATEBYI• 09.18.18 CITY • I /�°°O° 11.02.18 CITY 10.2/i/4 d A — m 1 A • 10 • I A , •� - _ A IISSUE DATES -11 d I DESIGN APPROVAL: v.� r I') PERMIT SUBMITTAL: v. 11 3 PERMIT RECEIVED: S1 C) 33 I BID DOCS: `1 S ✓ IS CONSTR. DOCS: V s; -1 d 3 d ) I SCALE: AS NOTED �✓ I PLOT DATE: 2018-11-19 CAD FILE: 18-002_All \ 1 I JOB NUMBER: CHECKED: PA I DRAWN: 1 STATUS: SITE ENTITLEMENT iiii" dip' '111IIIIIISITE PLAN SITE PLAN / SCALE: 1" = 40'-0" AI . 1O 92/210 KEY NOTES vI ❑ EXISTING FIRE HYDRANT TO REMAIN. q�, wf� I z 'tea d o �t ❑2 EXISTING PROPERTY LINE. U I V p EXISTING STREET CENTER LINE. �4 �vl• �z O 4.101... ++++++ \ ❑4 POSSIBLE TRANSFORMER LOCATION. ��JI�11� sc + + + + \ I ase- + + + + + + \ +++++++++ ++4.++ \ •+ + + + + + +�+ + . \ FA ELL) I 6 ELECTRICAL ROOM. CITY CODE. • /�� I ❑ FIRE RISER ROOM. ° ° O _ _ � ° ° � ° + + + + + +, i + + \ • + + + + + + + + + + \ :=I:coag: _+ + + + + + 3�+ + + + > - V °, °-�'+ + + + + + + + + + + J p ° ITa~.�:;c'.1: _ C_/� / I ❑8 TRUCK TURNING RADIUS.(� � oa� � Eo ° vac ° °� °'` + + ] + + + + + + + + + + apV �, � pl'� LCE.::: - c/-/ /? + + + + + + + + +�} + + + \ aE� ate ° ° aC' + .� + + + + + + + + + + + + O oo ° oC o c °�+ + + + + + + + + + +�+ + + + ❑ POTENTIAL LOCATION OF NEW FIRE HYDRANT. O o -.� aT° " :a'-°ct co- ,�•- c+ + + + + + + + + + + + 1026 O" WIDE (MINIMUM) FIRE LANE AROUND NEW STORAGE FACILITY. FlRE APPARATUS a L3 Q° • o o� � I + ,fp + + + + + + + + + ACCESS ROADS SHALL BE DESIGNATED AND MAINTAINED TO SUPPORT THE IMPOSED o L La _ c+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + I LOADS OF FIRE APPARATUS AND SHALL BE SURFACED SO AS TO PROVIDE ALL ° ° rAp + + + + + + + + + + + + + WEATHER DRIVING CAPABILITIES CFC 503.2.3. FIRE APPARATUS ACCESS ROADS AND 0 E 2 ° 5 E _ ° > 3 w+ + + + + + + + + + + + N U ° NTp`�° > Lo+ + + + + + + 1 WATER SUPPLIES FOR FIRE PROTECTION, SHALL BE INSTALLED AND MADE SERVICEABLE a ° ° > po+0++++ �1' ++++ , ��`J Itil IPRIOR AND DURING TIME OF CONSTRUCTION CFC 501.4 °• ° T ° a E [] + +++++++T +++++++++ + © 11 BUILDING ADDRESS NUMBERS TO BE VISIBLE AND LEGIBLE FROM THE STREET OR ROAD m ._•,- a°5 z• °2 ° ° o-L- • + \ -� FRONTING THE PROPERTY PER FHPS POLICY P-00-6 (UFC 901.4.4) o ° �' o a ° cNi r +++++++++++ 12---- RED CURB WITH "NO PARKING" PAINTED PER CITY AND FIRE DEPARTMENT STANDARDS. OV " ° ° ° o o o °u o ° [] +++++++ �� / 41111P _ 13 POTENTIAL LOCATION OF FIRE DEPARTMENT CONNECTION. • a'-t t a° ° o�• ° ° - ° ° MMINN U a z `o �' 3') E aaV o a • Q + • 32'��„ \ 11/0022/18 o• ii - o o °.• ° o ° ° o-° '- 1 f-----________________ C] +/ `� I A:4 Coco 0 • i C I w CI3 c....)H 5 as .- c.) AV 4 • 12 EXISTING ` `� , r*********:-/ _ - W = rn 2 [] ARCHIBALD'S \` • II oU rn 4/ EXISTING I b I (//..---- x Q a 12 TD + / DENNY'S ( / WI C.) 45 - CO o I L o m / • rsw > E 11 --• II 1 En I-r'cs .g • El co try — �Io 0 C] /"T —I ` \'k'`\\�\�l I-' EXISTING Ell 0 2 Y r STARBUCKS I 10 ., • • • -- 1 I I ° ° I I ElI I illi /-—I—‘ . _4(F _ _ / <:: ::, ., -+: i + 0 ' i • ' __: _e_N_ • [] [] o �- — I Ei " I BUILDING DATA • I © 0 - o ® I CODE SUMMARY- 3 STORY SELF STORAGE BUILDING [] 1 I FAIRFIELD RANCH RD. & SOQUEL CANYON RD. + _ Fa 17 BPMI I& LI HILLS.NO ZONE (BUSINESS PARK & LIGHT INDUSTRIAL) ,i 5 -0 / • ' LEVEL 1 LEASING OFFICE: 2,000 SF [] 0 Z. 0 \.j I LEVEL 1 STORAGE AREA: 40,603 SF /, © - LEVEL 2 STORAGE AREA: 42,603 SF LEVEL 3 STORAGE AREA: 44.943 SF u g - -, - - - �. — - \ TOTAL BUILDING AREA: 130,149 SF + fill 0 ❑8 -.,[] F 12 11 0 10 - _ 0% I ��' LAND AREA: BY CODE: 5.39 ACRES/ PROPOSED:F �0 - -CI I • 8 / _ ‘= 1. Ai 1 LOT COVERAGE MAX: 50% 18% • to - + \ r / �� 1 © I MAXFR 0.75:1 0.55 41'- " f M HEIGHT: - 41-3 � I O BY CODE: PROPOSED: EXISTING .8 —C " " ••••�•• •• •• ••�•• �• ••+•• •• •• ••+•• • U SETBACKS SIDEREAR(SOUTH):10' 95�-0" - OPEN LOT +. ' • - LJ u - SIDE (STREET):25' 25'-0" • - I I SIDE (WEST):10' 34'-1" I • 13 9 i I 6 11 FRONT (NORTH):25' 29'-5" [] J • I I PARKING: 53 77 • • ® I I v 11/ 18 0 1 1".../%4N C • II --) • ill El • 03 STORY El ICI ■ 130,149 SF BUSINESS / ° SUPPORT SERVICES ■ Y Ve FACILITY / I. I W \ [ • " I I �/ • L. n I C N. 56 -0 Q / I . o c a [ 40 10 \\��\\\\\\\��\\\\\�� I—` / CO CI o • 3 O 12 ` • • ry LL EXISTING `� ; 4 STORY ,N / w O HOTELNIP , • 11.1 \, IP hh 4 sI r n cNiNi J 10 Limo" .. w ,�,� I v/ . ] U i S4 ,. ..w__A‘iti s I J o • ► -NEllr 2 • I z I T Q• N°„ UOI zo % . * 0 :...«..... 1 '++... DDO • ♦• CO z o il oJ I U El • w • • I• • WL_ 0 �j U z • s I .4 i4, /,,/ , I REVISIONS PLAN NOTES S I NO. DATE BY \ , • A 09.18.18 CITY ' d s� / .' 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The yT o CO purchase of this set of plans entitles the �� 4-7 o m N l° Z -< CHINO HILLS, CA Tel (949) 515-9600 Purchaser to use this set of plans for the QF CPAA < rn i 0 construction of only one building. The purchase of iv z -0D I m PROJECT: 18-002 www.magellanarchitects.com additional set(s) of plans does not entitile the 411. < > _, CD0 purchaser to construct more than one building. KEY NOTES PLAN NOTES D EXISTING PROPERTY LINE. 4z)� Y✓� I Z N 'tea d 2 EXISTING LANDSCAPE TO REMAIN. 4 N U olia % t, I �3 EXISTING CHAIN LINK FENCE TO REMAIN. 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DOCS: V / C2 3 1 S" I SCALE: AS NOTED s �✓ I PLOT DATE: 2018-11-19 CAD FILE: 18-002_A14 \ 1 I JOB NUMBER: CHECKED: PA I DRAWN: I STATUS: SIDE NTITLF_ME.XT.,, iiii"dr '111.11111 SITE PLAN LANDSCAPE PLAN SCALE: 1" = 40'-0" A 1 ■ 4 0 11/02/18 r n I r n I r n r n I r n I r n I r n I r n I r n I r n I r n I r n I r n I r » I r n I r n I r n I r » I r I r n I r n I r n I r n r n I r n I 10-4 L 5-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10'-0" 1 10'-0' L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 L 10-0 i, 10'-0" ,, 10-0 L 10-0 , KEY NOTE S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 265'-4"1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 C- 1-6" "49-4" 36-8" 40'-0" 99-4" 40-0 STORAGE UNIT MIX TO BE FINALIZED DURING CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PHASE.1 I I I I II I I I II I I I I 1 I I I nrnnrnnrnrnnrn 43 10IU4-0 6-0 •, 8 9-4 110-0 10-0 20-0,1I I �, ., I I � I I I I I I I T e� A4.10 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 0 a) a) O -° N W-C C a) 4) a)"- a) 0 (101A) -) o _0oa° -° Eo, ow a o°� °' ♦ Q ° ° TD°4(5 LC . E L a) a• . ` I < - 2>, 3 -° ` a3 a;°' c o c a' �o w � o ° 0— -oo 1 o f m _O E.. 3 0=a Qx5 a) 0 ° o o .2 ° ° E > ° ° 3-La'o °a) c aE -c ° O C C C C .+ N O U OI B -6 (n 1-)) .� a) . - — -- -- — — -- — — — — — — — -- — — — — i- ._- ° °s CO ° >,4- i 0 U >,`�z ,n o o c m o N >. > , E ° °xJ3 vo N m N a) N J II.1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I a o x5 � � ° �' ��- ° ° �oo.� � ° O) U U▪ O i C C C�,0 O O O 3 . . o 1 - ' 1 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ O QQQ z ° 3Q E aas o a BUSINESS I I ' ° -▪ as o o��� o OB _ I fn c-° CENTER I ��x5 _ L ♦ ` ` J L J L ROOM L J o I 101 1 - I I L - 10x5 ELECTRICAL I I • • • 2170 SF I i RISER 111 0` PLAN NOTES `� II ROOM I m rn ,, vi - - - - - ' 1109 I - - - - - - - - - . aj U -2 0 j I 5" 9' 4" 3' I A. DO NOT SCALE DWGS, WRITTEN DIMENSIONS GOVERN. ALL PARTITION LOCATIONS SHALL BE aS o a, �' A - �' -I AS SHOWN ON PARTITION PLAN. IN CASE OF CONFLICT NOTIFY ARCHITECT. PARTITION W _ I ♦`_;�I` 10x5 o PLAN BY ARCHITECT TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ALL OTHER PLANS. H U (106A, 0 110 Q �.` ,�_ 1 .� l Ox20 10x20 - 10x20 _ 10x20 • _ - - - - - _ - - • - / - - B. ALL GYPSUM BOARD PARTITIONS SHALL BE TAPED, SPACKLED AND SANDED SMOOTH WITH 0)1 U ~ F • , - E NO VISIBLE JOINTS. PATCH AND REPAIR SURFACES TO MATCH ADJACENT OR ADJOINING > E 4 101B CART 1ox5 1ox1O 10x20 10x20 10x20 10x20 1ox20 1Ox20 10x20 10x20 10x20 1ox5 5x5 10x15 SURFACES WHERE REQUIRED. ALL SURFACES SHALL BE ALIGNED. ril) L _ C ) 5x5 5x5 5x5 o ca 103A _ C C — C C — C C — C C� = STOR. ___ _ C C C — C C _ C C — C C — C C — C C — C C — C C — C C — C C — C C — C = C — C C. ALL PARTITIONS ARE DIMENSIONED FROM FINISH FACE OF GWB TO FINISH FACE OF GWB _ P A _ L _ 1ox20 o UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. ALL DIMENSIONS MARKED 'CLEAR" OR "CLR" SHALL BE CO' •- L° Aim.Aim. 11-02-18 �� — — — L (294') I �I, MAINTAINED AND SHALL ALLOW FOR THICKNESSES OF ALL WALL FINISHES. U.O.N. .. o LOF IEK LUINrtKtINLt n C C — C — C — C — C — C — C — C — C — C — C — C — n F D. DIMENSIONS MARKED ± MEAN A TOLERANCE NOT GREATER NOR SMALLER THAN 2 INCHES Lo E PACK/SHIP ROOM I 4■1 10x1O FROM INDICATED DIMENSION, U.O.N. VERIFY FIELD DIMENSIONS EXCEEDING TOLERANCE 102 103 14.r NIT■' RT�OOM RESII�j I 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x5 10x20 10x20 10x20 10x20 10x5 1R1 ,=, WITH THE ARCHITECT. SECURE ARCHITECT'S APPROVAL. 216 SF 229 SF 1 d4 I ` ■ _ - _I 0-6 I 1 Ox5 1 Ox10 1 Ox1 O 1 ox I [ -•c=, 10x10 � E. NOTIFY ARCHITECT IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES OR CONFLICTS IN THE LOCATION(S) `, 4 1. 114 IQ 1 U I LI _ OF NEW CONSTRUCTION. UPON COMPLETION OF PARTITION LAYOUT, NOTIFY ARCHITECT. ELEV VERIFICATION OF THE LAYOUT TO BE PROVIDED BY THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PARTITION r n n INSTALLATION. L , . _FL _ _ _I _ _ + _ ELEV. 1 I I LOBBY 10x5 1 Ox5 5x5 11 I C — C — I 10x20 I iox5 o. �I 108 10x5 C �� I o F. REFERTOSHEET A0.1 FOR ADDITIONAL NOTES, LEGENDS, SYMBOLS, ABBREVIATIONS, AND - 10x5 10x15 2 SCHEDULES. 10x5 10x5 5x5 ` U U U n _1 RI - U .1 - u G. DIMENSIONS LOCATING DOORS ARE TO THE INSIDE EDGE OF JAMB, U.O.N. ELEV C 7 H n 5x5 MACH 10x10 10x10 1 ox10 1 ox10 10x10 5x5 Ox5 10x5 10x5 10x5 5x5 '-'.=, H. "ALIGN" MEANS TO ACCURATELY LOCATE FINISHED FACES IN THE SAME PLANE. C 10x5 RI 17 C — CCCC — C _ CCC — C � � � C — _ — � Z 10x10 I 11 Ox10 10x10 I 10x20 0 I I I I - - I - 1 I I I. MODIFY EXISTING SUBSTRATE AS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE NEW FLOORING MATERIALS, THUS g21 10x15 130 S.F. I 1 Ox20 PREVENTING NO110EABLE LUMPS OR DEPRESSIONS. • u •[5x5 ` - 1 J J. ALL WORK SHALL BE ERECTED AND INSTALLED PLUMB, LEVEL, SQUARE AND TRUE. n n n n n n I n n K. REFER TO MILLWORK SHOP DWGS FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS OF COORDINATION BETWEEN 10x101 I [I NI10x1 1Ox20 10x25 10x2' RIo o DRYWALL/MILLWORK CONDITIONS. 10x15 I I 10x10 10x10 I I I 10x30 10x30 gi I I I 1 ox20 I I gi u _ L U I U U U U L. ALL TRATONS FOR PIPING SHALL BE FULLY SEALED IN ACCORDANCEWITH THEG AND NEW FLOOR EAPPLICABLE BUILDING AND FIRE CODES. PACKED AND ` n n n n n n n M. ALL MILLWORK TO BE FASTENED TO THE PARTITION. PROVIDE NON-COMBUSTIBLE BLOCKING FOR ALL MILLWORK NOT SUPPORTED BY FLOOR OR ABOVE 4'-O" HT. ALL 10x10 I [I RI 10x15 10x11 10x10 1Ox20 I 1 10<10 10x10 I I Ki 1 1Ox30 1Ox30 I 1ox25 10x25 10x20 o CONCEALED LUMBER & BLOCKING TO BE FIRE TREATED. 1121 U _ I I U I _ U I I U U I I I LI I I U I I - N. GC TO PROVIDE SHOP DWGS FOR CASEWORK. n n n n n n 1 n -cc, I A3.40 10x10 I 10x15 10x10 10x10 10x20 10K10 10>10 I I 10x30 10x30 I I=I ' 10x25 10x25 [ 10x20 A3.30 o , u u n u u u u M n - I I I — n I I n n I I I n I I n 1ox10 I 1Ox15 10x10 10x10 10x20 10K10 10>10 I I 10x30 10x30 I 10x25 10x25 10x20 LJ n u LJ u i - - - - - n 1 n I I n n I I I I n I I I I 1ox10 I 10x15 10x10 10x10 10x20 10x10 10110 I I 10x30 10x30 I 10x25 10x25 0 1ox20 LI n u u o f O n n n n n 5x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 5x5 n III 10x10 1 I I 11 ox10 1 ox1 O I 10x20 I 10k10 10>d10 I I I 10x30 I I 10x30 I I _F C 1 C C C 1 L 10x5 I I o o V 10x15 1 1 1 DENOTES CBC ACCESSIBLE UNIT WITH SLIDING OR SIDE L I U LJ U u HINGED DOORS. Q `, `♦ - - 7 - 7 C - 7 7 - 7 C - 7I IJ - — -- — — — — , P 11-02-18 n n n LEV 10x5 1ox2o 10x20 1Ox20 n 11 ilk 10x10 10x10 10x20 I 10x10 10x10 11 I 10x30 10x30 I LOBBY 10x5 I •10x5 0 0 O I= L1 ox15 I I n I I u u I I I I u 113 E� v r [I u I I 11 02-18 I I — I I I I I I __ — _ - __ - - — - o - M1AE14-— n Q ♦^ N 10x5 1ox5 5x5 10x5 1ox5 10x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 1ox5 1Ox5 10x5 UNIT M I X (J J SOUR CCC CCC CCC CCC CCC GFaE C 130S.F. 10x5 I10x5 o I O ST�JR I 114 ( El n I LEVEL 1 J z 12( Cr I I I I I I I I I I I I I �� I I _ I _ _ _ � _ 0 n C — � C - - C — � n C — � - - - C — C C — C I 1� n n R -5X5: 27 UNITS W 1 qv ELEV. 2 ^ I -10X5: r n z v) a ii, 10x5 I 10x5 '.=:, 60 UNITS O 10x'0 10x10 1 Ox10 10x10 1 Ox5 10x10 1 Ox10 10x10 10x5 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10RIKil 10X10: 63 UNITS J _ _ u u_ _ Ki u u W -10X15: 21 UNITS � 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 5x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x10 10x15 10x15 10x15 5x5 Up I In O - - - - C C C C C C C — C C = CI C — C C — C C — C I C — 10x5 -1 X20: 36 UNI S "' 10x'0 (109A) _ _ _ -10X25: 11 UNITS I� Z �j • U .1 - -10X30: 25 UNITS - = O - - C� C 7 - 7 C 7 C 7 C 7 - - C 7 C 7 C 7 - 7 I II _ T E — n C� — — U z a 0 1 I i LI 10x5 I I 1 Q 20'-0" 5'; 9'-4" 3 10'-0" 8" ® I 0 D up 00 10x 5 10x25 10x30 10x30 10x30 10x30 10x30 10x30 10x30 10x30 10x30 1 ,i "�0'-8" 1 10x30 1Ox30 10x5 I 10x5 o (n O - - - -- - - - - -- - - - - I -- -- - -- - - — u J _ o u n TOTAL LEVEL 1 UNITS: 243 UNITS I 0 [ 0 O o TOTAL BLDG UNITS: 1 024 UNITS r , W < = I' I I I o I I I I I I I I I o U ZI. On O CV WALL LEGEND REVISIONS 'o NO. DATE BY I I I I I I I I I I I o 09.18.18 CITY ♦ I I . I n/ 11.02.18 CITY n _- - n V V •////////. EXTERIOR WALLS: 7-5/8" x 7-5/8" x 15-5/8" CMU A 0 WITH METAL PANEL PER ELEVATIONS. REFER TO DETAILS A9.1 ON SHEET A9.10. A I I I I I I I I I I I I PARTITION WALLS: 3-5/8" MTL STUDS (25 GA.) AT 16" A I 0 O.C. WITH 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE. BRACE PER DETAIL. ISSUE DATES A9.1 X/A9.10. DESIGN APPROVAL: . PARTITION WALLS: 6" METAL STUDS (25 GA.) AT SPACED PERMIT SUBMITTAL: I I I I I I I I I I I I 0 PER STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS WITH 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE. PERMIT RECEIVED: A9.1 BRACE PER DETAIL X/A9.10. BID DOCS: ,4' 0" , 6' 0" , " •3'-4" , 6'-8" • 1 CONSTR. DOCS: , i , , , 10'-4" A3.20 8' 9'-4" 5'-4" 4'-8" 5'-4" 4'-8" NEW DOOR. REFER TO KEYS ON PLAN AND SEE DOOR • ' ., „' ,, SCHEDULE, SHEET A2.1. DOORS THAT ARE NOT 29'-4" 19'-4" 96'-8" 40-8" I 34'-8" 10'-0" 14'-8" 20'-0" DIMENSIONED ARE TO BE LOCATED A MIN. 4" FROM SCALE: AS NOTED 265 n I I I I IA.'I � I I I I I I (100A) ADJACENT PERPENDICULAR WALL FINISH. -4 PLOT DATE: 2 018 11 19 O A GLAZING. REFER TO WINDOW SCHEDULE SHEET A7.10 AND CAD FILE: �� FLOOR PLAN SHEET A2.10-A2.30 FOR LOCATIONS. JOB NUMBER: 18-002_A21 b 2 3 5 (6) 7 9� El0 11 12 13 140 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 3 24 25 �26 27 28 CHECKED: PA _� DRAWN: STATUS: SITE ENTITLEMENT LEGEND NOTES: FIRST FLOOR PLAN I'IIIII'• Nlllllll FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1. PROVIDE WATER RESISTANT GWB IN ALL WET AREAS, AND BLOCKING BEHIND ALL FIXTURES. I SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0" 2. FURNITURE SHOWN ON PLAN IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES, ONLY AND IS NOT A2 . 1 0 IN CONTRACT. U.O.N. 97/210 15-0" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' KEY NOTES• 10 4" 10' 0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 265'-4"1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 • 1 1 1 vI �o 3'-0", ti e. I 49'-4" 36'-8" I 40'-0" I ❑1 CANOPY ABOVE r� 1, 1 , " V M Ol fG4 99-4"I 40-0 n2 FLOOR LINE ABOVE ��_ U I I I I I N I I I I1 I I I I I I I I I . I I I . N 1-6" I 43HO" I �4'-0'� 6'-0" 3'-0" 5'-0" 10'-0 30'-0" ,- I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I . n STORAGE UNIT MIX TO BE FINALIZED DURING CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PHASE. �v �z cG O 3' 0" 8' 9'-4" 8" 5,-0" 3,-0" 1,-4" �`(3 1 ��J► �� A3.10 I I I I I I I U a� o o -o rn��c c o � ��2 • C - a) C C E o o O ♦ - ♦ U O.T17; 0 O- a) d tea) "Io S O N S' E O T O N C ,n D,_ c 1 27++ 2 2 C O-'� N�' 7 C 7 I , O O a0 °d° O 0'E N C aa)_o I I I �x8 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L ° °' n m c O c c Q c T U � a3�? � c 0 I L_ JIL_ AIL_ —I L_ JIL_ J — - °' T� 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x8 7 ° -v o c o o N ` o 8 � EToo• � a�21� oE _ F -- - _— - —_ — — — © B a U TOZ O rn N— O t p U -O ,) a) N C t N CO 2 E m E ° a�j'3"- vo 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x8 I = - - -dr ij 1h- - J - N I I I I I I I I I I I I I I o ° ,n�o•2 ° oLa ° 9•: � N a) tea) UJU O� U U N N O a) ° C J5x5 1ox5J I J x8 - J \, I I t -,mot' O.� o, o a, a,o2a`> oo - \ •O� U U O i C C C�,o a) O to ` C N � I } - - - - - - - - ,V , ♦ ♦� U ¢¢¢-z `o i 3Q E aao o a �-- NORTH 1 1 J5x5 5x5 J x8 I �, STAIR �_ - o a • D 5x5 5x5 10x5 10x10 5x5 15x5 I 5x5 I 5x5 1 5x5 I 5x5 I 5x5 5x5 I �. 210 • • 1! : , 5x5 I 10x5 I 5x5 1 0 C rnoPLAN NOTES �, ui OA, -b- i --., ___,..1 : • CD) CU H 5 as .- 0 • A. DO NOT SCALE DWGS, WRITTEN DIMENSIONS GOVERN. ALL PARTITION LOCATIONS SHALL BE U CIS o E- 5x5 5x5 1- OPEN TO B=LOW I ,,- o J I J / o AS SHOWN ON PARTITION PLAN. IN CASE OF CONFLICT NOTIFY ARCHITECT. PARTITION W 1Ox5 10x10 I J IL_ J IL_ J IL_ J IL_ J L_ J IL_ J 17 L • I 1Ox15 10x5 I o PLAN BY ARCHITECT TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ALL OTHER PLANS. U u 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 I 5x5 5x5 I -/ WI ¢ ~ °' B. ALL GYPSUM BOARD PARTITIONS SHALL BE TAPED, SPACKLED AND SANDED SMOOTH WITH L - 1, h I I ♦ I I I -- - - - - - - NO VISIBLE JOINTS PATCH AND REPAIR SURFACES TO MATCH ADJACENT OR ADJOINING U j x I I I I SURFACES WHERE REQUIRED. ALL SURFACES SHALL BE ALIGNED. d I`-� c 10x5 10x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 10x20 10x20 10x20 10x20 10x20 10x20 10x20 1Ox20 10x2, 1Ox2O 1Ox5 o Fs 10-CDx5 — aL — -I__F -I- -il- �� �-7 - � �I� �I� �I� a� �L aL a� a� �L aL a� a� a� I 9x5 10x5 I o C. ALL PARTITIONS ARE DIMENSIONED FROM FINISH FACE OF GWB TO FINISH FACE OF GWB MI E o UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. ALL DIMENSIONS MARKED 'CLEAR" OR "CLR" SHALL BE �, " I I I I - - 304'}- - I - —� MAINTAINED AND SHALL ALLOW FOR THICKNESSES OF ALL WALL FINISHES. U.O.N. • , o I 1 I r _i 11_ J 1 I -7 �7-t :� �- -7 I F D. DIMENSIONS MARKED f MEAN A TOLERANCE NOT GREATER NOR SMALLER THAN 2 INCHES 2 N I I h I 10x5 5x5 h 5x5 5x5 FROM INDICATED DIMENSION, U.O.N. VERIFY FIELD DIMENSIONS EXCEEDING TOLERANCE o WITH THE ARCHITECT. SECURE ARCHITECT'S APPROVAL 1 Ox5Z 1 1 I 10x10 I 1 Ox1 RES 600 ,x1 L 11 Ox5 �, ti_, I rL I 10x10 I 11 ox5 1 ox5 J I I1 0x5 1 ox5 I o 10x15 / 10x5 10x15 1 ox15 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x15 I E. NOTIFY ARCHITECT IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES OR CONFLICTS IN THE LOCATION S . I 7 J U J5x5 5x5 10x20 I OF NEW CONSTRUCTION. UPON COMPLETION OF PARTITION LAYOUT, NOTIFY ARCHITECT.( ) J n - U I ELEV I `1 - �' VERIFICATION OF THE LAYOUT TO BE PROVIDED BY THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PARTITION , - - - - - - - -I - J LOBBY - - - - - -- - -- - - - - - - -- INSTALLATION. I 1 n n I A n n 1 n 11/02/18 ELEV. 1 208 I - -- -- -- - -- -- -- - o F. REFER TO SHEET A0.1 FOR ADDITIONAL NOTES, LEGENDS, SYMBOLS, ABBREVIATIONS, AND o 10x10 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x5 5x5 � 10x5 10:10 10x5 - SCHEDULES. LJ I U u J L J I J o G. DIMENSIONS LOCATING DOORS ARE TO THE INSIDE EDGE OF JAMB, U.O.N. 10x10 10x10 l Ox10 10x10 l Ox10 n 1 ox10 10x10 10x10 10x10 o - H 10x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 1ox5 10K5 5x5 5x5 x5 10x5 5x5 5x5 10x15 10x15 10x10 10x10 H. "ALIGN" MEANS TO ACCURATELY LOCATE FINISHED FACES IN THE SAME PLANE. • - � j- �J —I C C_C C I S L o + t J - �L� L �� L �L �� �L � J -L �L �L �L �- � ������������������������������������������������������������������ � �� ♦� o I. MODIFY EXISTING SUBSTRATE AS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE NEW FLOORING MATERIALS, THUS 1 10x10 I r PREVENTING NOTICEABLE LUMPS OR DEPRESSIONS.I • J - J J. ALL WORK SHALL BE ERECTED AND INSTALLED PLUMB, LEVEL, SQUARE AND TRUE. ; INK. REFER TO MILLWORK SHOP DWGS FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS OF COORDINATION BETWEEN • • DRYWALL/MILLWORK CONDITIONS. 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x5I 10x10 10x10 10x10 I I 10�10 10�10 I 1 Ox10 10x5 I 10x20 10x20 I 10x25 10x25 I 10x20 0 I I I I I I I I • I L. ALL EXISTING AND NEW FLOOR PENETRATIONS FOR PIPING SHALL BE FULLY PACKED AND J J -- — J — — J — - — — — — J SEALED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE BUILDING AND FIRE CODES. ` I • n 7 f\ M. ALL MILLWORK TO BE FASTENED TO THE PARTITION. PROVIDE NON-COMBUSTIBLE • BLOCKING FOR ALL MILLWORK NOT SUPPORTED BY FLOOR OR ABOVE 4'-0" HT. ALL 10x10 I I I 1OK10 I 10,10 I 10x10 I 1Ox20 10x20 I I 10x25 10x25 I 10x20 o CONCEALED LUMBER & BLOCKING TO BE FIRE TREATED. 1 0x10 10x15 10x15 10x15 1 ox5 -_ LI _J - I J - - I _ 1 - J - J 1 - I u _ I - I - I - ' J I I - - - N. GC TO PROVIDE SHOP DWGS FOR CASEWORK. - - °� n nHm - n 7 I , , _. , A. 0 A3.40 10x10 10x15 10>10 I I I 10x15 10K10 10>10 I 10x10 10x5 I �3 10x20 10x20 I I 10x25 10x25 I 10x20 A3.30 0 I i I I I 1 7 I 1 J J J J LJ J M 7 7 I k 1 7 7 1 .c.., „ , ..„, 1 ID 10,10 I i 11 10K10 I 10x10 I 110,10 I 10x20 10x20 I 10x25 1ox25 I 10x20 0 0 10x10 1Ox15 10x5 - LJ J J J J J I I 7 k I I I I 7 17 I I I I I I o 10x10 10x15 10x10 I 10x15 1Ox15 I I 10K10 10>10 I 10x10 10x5 I 10x20 10x20 I 10x25 10x25 I 10x20 0 LJ J J J J U J - 0 I 10�1 I I I I I I 1 O�C10 10�10 I 1 Ox10 I I 1 Ox20 I I I 10x20 I I I 10x25 1 1 10x2 I I I I o0 10x10 J 10x15 U 10x15 10x15 U U 10x5 U U � J U — - — - — -- - - -- -- — — — — — - � — — - — — - — — — — P n n n n r n n I 7 10�10 I I I 10,10 I 10,10 I 10x10 I 10x20 1 ox20 I - -7 - = - = - = - 7-- 1,0x5 0 2 O , 1ox151 1 10x151 1 10x15 I 10x5 I I 5x5 10x5 5x5 I 0 I - -u U u I 1 U - - U u J 10x10 10x15 10x15 I J 11-02-18 0 r EQ , 10x5 10x5 5x5 1ox5 1ox5 10x5 5x5 1ox5 5x5 10x5 5x5 1ox5 1ox5 10x5 1ox5 U N I T M I X V J J5x5 J o I o sou L _ �L — ��� L — �L — �L — -1L — �L� L — ��� L — �L — �L — �L — I STAI = - , ELEV. 2 1Ox15 I hOx5 o LEVEL 2 w / „,i1 J 214 ,r ;,, EV L BBY I J I "' O �, z �— 7-�- h -7 =� :��� 7- - -7 =� _7- I 13 - - - - - - - , ER / -5X5: 90 UNITS W Z L , v, -5X8: 5 UNITS U % I 110x5 104 - 4 10x15 I hOx5 o 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 5x5 -10X5: 80 UNITS w u _ J u y J U) - - - - - - - - - - - , S i -10)00: 91 UNITS J O n 5x5 I 5x5 5x 55x5 5x5 I 5x5 75x5 1 ox5 10x5 10x5 5x5 10x5 1 ox5 1 ox5 1 Ox5 5x5 10x10 10x15 10x15 10x5 I 5x5 - O J J 0 10X15: 41 UNITS _ 10X20: 31 UNITS Z �3 • J T T -10X25: 12 UNITS + - Q O I O — u h !mot =��— ��— -% illn ,,,,,,,,,,,;;,,,,,,,,,, II - rl L — - — — - — 0 z c� I I 5x5 5x5 10x51 i I I D Z J I o 0 w cn 00 10x10 I I iOx5 10x I 10x10 I - -- i0x5 o1L,AI,, 10x1O 10x10 10x10 1Ox10 10x10 10x10 10x10 5x5 5x5 I Z _40'-8" J Ls_ , I TOTAL LEVEL 1 UNITS: 350 UNITS J = i • Et.i w n n TOTAL BLDG UNITS: 1,024 UNITS I w O H n- z • 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 0 5x5 5x5 W 1 CC O I 10x5 I I 10x5 I I I I 110x I I 10x10 o I I J 110x5 I I I o U Z < O 0_ U 10x10 u I - - - - - - � � �_ 7 �_ � _C —a_C —a�— a_C_ _ L _ - - -- - - -- - - — - — — — � — N • WALL LEGEND REVISIONS OPEN 10 BELOW o NO. DATE BY ,::, , 10 - Tr �� Tr �r 10 -1- 1Ox10 o I I 10• x5 1Ox5 1Ox5 10x5 1ox5 1ox5 1Ox5 10x5 I I 10x20 10x15 I I I I 09.18.18 CITY I I I I I I I / \ 11.02.18 CITY i I ./////////// EXTERIOR WALLS: 7-5/8 x 7-5/8 x 15-5/8 CMU 0 WITH METAL PANEL PER ELEVATIONS. REFER TO DETAILS _- -- — —S -- — — — — --_ A9.1 ON SHEET A9.10. A I I I I I I I I I • ,\ I I I I I I I PARTITION WALLS: 3-5/8" MTL STUDS (25 GA.) AT 16" I 0 O.C. WITH 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE. BRACE PER DETAIL. ISSUE DATES A9.1 X/A9.10. © 0 DESIGN APPROVAL: xxxxA,A?SA PARTITION WALLS: 6" METAL STUDS (25 GA.) AT SPACED PERMIT SUBMITTAL: c I I I I I I I I I I I I I 0 PER STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS WITH 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE. PERMIT RECEIVED: I „ " I2' 4'3' 0" 4' 8" 14'-8" 3' 01'-7'' A9.1 BRACE PER DETAIL X/A9.10. BID DOGS: ��4-0 6-0 3' 4�� 6' 8' 1 I, CONSTR. DOGS: 10'-4" A3.20 8'� 9'-4" , 5'-4" 4'-8" 1 5'-4" 4'-8" NEW DOOR. REFER TO KEYS ON PLAN AND SEE DOOR ,�, ,� SCHEDULE, SHEET A2.1. DOORS THAT ARE NOT 29'-4" 19'-4" 96'-8" 40-8" i 34'-8" 10'-0" 14'-8" 20'-0" DIMENSIONED ARE TO BE LOCATED A MIN. 4" FROM SCALE: AS NOTED I I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I - " I I 1 I 1,' I 1 I I I 'I I C100A) ADJACENT PERPENDICULAR WALL FINISH. PLOT DATE: 2018-11 19 265 4 O CAD FILE: 18-002_A22 GLAZING. REFER TO WINDOW SCHEDULE SHEET A7.10 AND �� FLOOR PLAN SHEET A2.10-A2.30 FOR LOCATIONS. JOB NUMBER: Y- CHECKED: PA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ,8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ,16 17 18 19 @') 21 22 23 4 25 26 27 8 DRAWN: STATUS: SITE ENTITLEMENT LEGEND NOTES: SECOND FLOOR PLAN OIIllir 1111114 SECOND FLOOR PLAN 1. PROVIDE WATER RESISTANT GWB IN ALL WET AREAS, AND BLOCKING BEHIND ALL FIXTURES. SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0" 2. FURNITURE SHOWN ON PLAN IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES, ONLY AND IS NOT A2 . 2 0 IN CONTRACT. U.O.N. 98/210 I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I KEY NOTES 10'-4" 5'-0" 10' 0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 10'-0" 1-0. 10'-0" 1-0. 10'-0" 10'-0" VI-iv 3' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 265' 4"1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 �. �� -: �t 49'-4" 31'18" I 50'-0" I 194'-4" 'I "40-0 I El CANOPY BELOW I I I I I I I I I I P',, 4 I � I N .1:d � I STORAGE UNIT MIX TO BE FINALIZED DURING CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PHASE. UIC 43'-10" ,4 0" 6-0" 3-0" I • 10'-0" I 30-0" • - • � L I I �� \ o„ " �3-0" ( 1 3-0 . 1-4 �� 1JP<JI4,s. SA • • • A3.10 I O I I I I U a� o ''E') -o N gl6 ° o 0 0� o C J - N C C E ° ° O ♦ ♦ U O'T N a N d N • L O 2 o E o T°•N C 2 Np N I I"-J NJ / 1 U 2 E L p �� E cS c L •- �7++ N C O- �.ti Nam' 7 C 7 • O O O a 0 O a 0 0 p E � � a p� .I .I �x8 I I I I I I I I I I I �� cn a3 o� °Lo a� a� co _ J_ m O c Q C c.T p a a3+? O o ' w C 0 I — o L_ AIL_ —III— J L_ AIL_ J TD 0, o- . o° E-' F. o ° A� c o 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 x8 Ev ,- -o o n E To 0 3� a°w ° aE ♦ 11- II J I J (B) � °� ° °L mO > >L O� •O C C C C_ ° p ,, N s N C :t L N ° 2 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 x8 of J �I� J — ,. ON > m42oo ),;(3 av30 �o N I I I I I I I I I I C ° C ° ° E °L� E °° ° N N � N N J N °� U CD v1 p ° C CD 5x5 10x5 x8 IIII^111111 J \. ♦ t � .� °.� o," �i a� IC)o _ . — of -- 1 — :F — - - — •— — M`� — — — — — — �� — �... `� `♦ `�� 0 — ;'L o a°i i- 2 o > > oa ° r ° N p7 ,� C CO • o D J h J of o T .�" an�°� 70 °LLL+ �L -� J o11 IVVKI I1 o Ls o ° L m.- L ca r j ¢¢¢- z `o 3¢ E aao o a 5x5 5x5j x8 �, I STAIR _ 3 n 10x5 1 Ox10 — I I I I I� 10x7 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x10 10x7 ♦` I I I ♦ . I L J I J I o Co J5x5 5x5, l 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 I 5x5 10x5 5x5 PLAN NOTES - rv, • - - — ril .- - — C J -L _C — J C _, C C — J C — C C �=� C C — �, C C — � C — � F - - — - - CC U N •� ^ .• 5x5 5x5 A. DO NOT SCALE DWGS, WRITTEN DIMENSIONS GOVERN. ALL PARTITION LOCATIONS SHALL BE o o rn - J I o AS SHOWN ON PARTITION PLAN. IN CASE OF CONFLICT NOTIFY ARCHITECT. PARTITION 10x5 10x10 I L J I L_ J I L J I I- _ L_ J I L_ J I L_ J I r SC SC SC SC T T SC SC SC SC SC 7- I 10x51 10x20 I 10x15 10x5 I I PLAN BY ARCHITECT TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ALL OTHER PLANS. Q U 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 J5x5 1 ox5 1 ox5 10x5 1 ox5 1 ox5 5x5 10x5 10x5 1 ox5 1 ox5 10x5 1 ox5 J I wi x ~ �, ♦ co I I I I — B. ALL GYPSUM BOARD PAR11110NS SHALL BE TAPED, SPACKLED AND SANDED SMOOTH WITH • — `� • I — — — — — — — — — — C NO VISIBLE JOINTS. PATCH AND REPAIR SURFACES TO MATCH ADJACENT OR ADJOINING • 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 lOx5 10x5 10x5 5x5 10x5 C SURFACES WHERE REQUIRED. ALL SURFACES SHALL BE ALIGNED. an 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 1Ox5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 r, o Fs 10x5PI — �C — I I I I J L ZC ZC ZC ZC Z _I— ZC ZC ZC ZC ZC J -_ — a_ — I h Ox5 10x5 I o C. ALL PARTITIONS ARE DIMENSIONED FROM FINISH FACE OF GWB TO FINISH FACE OF GWB I , UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. ALL DIMENSIONS MARKED 'CLEAR" OR "CLR" SHALL BE o �= MAINTAINED AND SHALL ALLOW FOR THICKNESSES OF ALL WALL FINISHESk 1 . U.O.N. . 0 1 I I I r �- 7 I C 7 I I- —I I I- —I I I- —I I L- —I I n I I ri I I F ri f I I ri I I2 F D. DIMENSIONS MARKED f MEAN A TOLERANCE NOT GREATER NOR SMALLER THAN 2 INCHES N 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 J5x5 5x5 FROM INDICATED DIMENSION, U.O.N. VERIFY FIELD DIMENSIONS EXCEEDING TOLERANCE - I I� I rL I I I I I I h Ox5 1 Ox5 I o WITH THE ARCHITECT. SECURE ARCHITECT'S APPROVAL. l 10 10 10x10 1 Ox10 1 Ox10 10 10 10x15 1 ox5 10x5 10x10 1 Ox10 1 ox10 10x10 10x10 1 ox10 1 Ox15 E. NOTIFY ARCHITECT IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES OR CONFLICTS IN THE LOCATION(S) - u �J J 5x5 a I ELEV - U - J5x5 I 5x5 C 10x20 — — — — — OF NEW CONSIRUC11ON. UPON COMPLETION OF PAR1111ON LAYOUT, NOTIFY ARCHITECT. ` I r I I Li ' VERIFICA11ON OF THE LAYOUT TO BE PROVIDED BY THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PAR111ION n n n n ELEV. 1 �LOBBY n INSTALLATION. J 5x5 n _ 308 I I I I I I I I I I o F. REFER TO SHEET A0.1 FOR ADDI110NAL NOTES LEGENDS SYMBOLS ABBREVIAl10NS AND I 1010 I I I I I - �� - �� - s� -k 1 o SCHEDULES. 10x10 10x15 10x15 t10x15 7 5x5 I 5x5 1 ox5 10x10 10x5 10x10 1 ox10 10x10 10 10 10 10 1 Ox10 1 Ox15U U LJ J - L o uG. DIMENSIONS LOCA11NG DOORS ARE TO THE INSIDE EDGE OF JAMB, U.O.N. ` n 5x5 5x5 I 10 5 I I 5x5 5x5 5x10 15x10 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 I 5x5 5x5 I 5x5 5x5 10x5 5x5 10x5 10x5 I 5x5 I 10x15 10x15 10x10 10x10 o l H. "ALIGN" MEANS TO ACCURATELY LOCATE FINISHED FACES IN THE SAME PLANE. 10x5 10x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 I I I. MODIFY EXISTING SUBSTRATE AS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE NEW FLOORING MATERIALS, THUS LC C ZC C C CAI ICI C + ZC + C ICE C�IC� CAI �I� �I IE � � � � ICI C C C ICI �C - ZC C C ICI I �' • o 10x10 PREVENTING NOTICEABLE LUMPS OR DEPRESSIONS. ` r � � � � � I � � I � � � I ,, J. ALL WORK SHALL BE ERECTED AND INSTALLED PLUMB, LEVEL, SQUARE AND TRUE. K. REFER TO MILLWORK SHOP DWGS FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS OF COORDINAl10N BEEN 10x10 10x10 10�5I 10x10 10x10 10x10 I 10x10 I 10x10 I 10x10 I I I 1Ox5 I 1Ox5I I o DRYWALL/MILLWORK CONDITIONS. 10x10 1Ox5 1ox5 10 10 1Ox10 10x10 10x15 10x20 10x20 0 1 I I L. ALL EXISTING AND NEW FLOOR PENETRATIONS FOR PIPING SHALL BE FULLY PACKED AND SEALED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE BUILDING AND FIRE CODES. I M. ALL MILLWORK TO BE FASTENED TO THE PARTITION. PROVIDE NON-COMBUSTIBLE I I I I I I I I I o BLOCKING FOR ALL MILLWORK NOT SUPPORTED BY FLOOR OR ABOVE 4'-0" HT. ALL 10x10 10x10 10 10 10x10 10x5 10x15 10x5 10x20 10x20 I CONCEALED LUMBER & BLOCKING TO BE FIRE TREATED. 10x10 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x5 10x5 10x10 10x10 10x10 0 - I I U I U - U _ U I U - I I - - - - N. GC TO PROVIDE SHOP DWGS FOR CASEWORK. n n n n n o I I I I I I I I ,Ox5 I I II Ox5 I I I I I o A3.40 10x10 10x10 1 ox10 10x10 10x5 10x15 10x5 10x20 10x20 A3.30 0 N 1Ox10 10x15 10x15 10x15 10x10 10x10 10x10 1 I n n n - - n n 1 M 1=1 I 10 10 I I I I 10 10 10 10 I 10x10 I I I I 10x5 10x15 I 10x5I 10x20 I 10x20 I 0 1 0'1 n 10x15 10x15 10x15 1 Ox5 1 Ox5 10x1 10x10 10x10 I1 IP k 1 1 , . - I 1 10 1 I I 1iolio 010I 1 II10x20 I - - - - 0 10x5 1Ox5 1 Ox5 10x20 10x10 10x15 1Ox15 1Ox15 x 10x10 1 Ox10 1 ox10 U U U • .- O n n n I W I I I I I I 10x5I I I I I 10x5 1Ox15 I 1 1Ox5I I I Ox5 I 101 � o (.9 10x10 10x15 1Ox15 1Ox15 10x10 1Ox10 � U I Q`, P - - � ILJI nLI nLI n n n \ 1 Ox 10 I 10 x10 I 1 Ox 10 1Ox10 I I I I 10x5 I 11 I I I I I - - I-- -- - II - - I 10x15 10x15 10x15 x 10 10 10x10 10x10 J -- -- -- -- -- - 110x5 0 0 - - J IU U U UJ5x5 10x10 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 U 11-02-18 H I I J 5x5 5x I I I I EQ UNIT MIX5x5 5x5 10x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 10x5 5x5 10x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 I 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 I SOU I FC �I �I I � I � C �I C �I J5x5 o O� x5 10x7hOxS 14 - - 1 I ELID STAIR 10x20 LEVEL 3 J z3 ELEV ELEV. 2 U J 0 I LOBBY R /C _ 7-7-- C C CInr —7-7 _ 7 C 117 C C C C =7-7 —1 313 a n -5X5: 113 UNITS LLIW z LC� U 10x 0 I I Ox5 10x I — A �I I Ox5 1 Ox 7 I o -5X8: 5 UNITS Q 10x10 10x10 1 0x1 0 J 1 0x1 0 10x10 1 0x1 0 U 1 0x1 0 10x10 1 0x1 0 1 0x1 0 J5x5 10x20 U J - -5X10: 2 UNITS '^ w � I I I I n 1Ox10 I I - �` S , -10X5: 127 UNITS J 00 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 5x5 J5x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 5x5 I 10x5 10x5 10x5 10x5 J5x5 10x5 10x5 J5x5 5x5 0 -10X7: 2 UNITS O u (n I 1 ox o I I I — ____ - — ZC — J _C ZC ZC ZC �L — L ZC ZC C_ LII0x5 I 0 0 -10X10: 127 UNITS Z cj I N - - - - - _ — - - - - - - T -1OX15: 40 UNITS O U < O � L � C — C C — C C —SC — C C — C C — C C — C C —SC — C C — �— C C — C C — C LEI I ' c� U 10x5 -10X20: 15 UNITS o o z 1Ox10 1ox10 10x10 10x10 1Ox10 1Ox10 10x10 I 10x10 1Ox10 1ox10 10x10 1Ox10 1Ox10 1ox10 I I ;c, Q o0 10x10 I I Ox5 1 0x I I �` o Z Q J 10x15Z CO J U TOTAL LEVEL 3 UNITS: 431 UNITS J = 0 75x5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 10x5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 1Ox5 5x5 U TOTAL BLDG UNITS: 1,024 UNITS I H 0 O I I I 1 ox5 I'cpJ ZC ZC ZC ZC ZC ZC ZC �� ZC ZC ZC �' I I o O LLI z Q U1 CC Cl_ 0 I ID ILI - - - — — L- L- — � C — � C ---SC — � C - CIC — C C — � C ---SC — � C - �- � C — � C - 7 C �� - _ - _ _ _ v� WALL LEGEND REVISIONS 2. NO. DATE BY 10x15 10x10 10x10 10x10 1Ox10 1Ox10 10x10 I 10x10 10x10 1Ox15 1Ox15 1Ox15 1Ox15 10x10 10x10 1Ox15 I o A 09.18.18 CITY ♦• ♦• ♦� I I' I' — — — — NI I I I ♦♦ ♦`� 11.02.18 CITY .//""""""""/ EXTERIOR WALLS: 7-5/8" x 7-5/8" x 15-5/8" CMU 11 0 0 WITH METAL PANEL PER ELEVATIONS. REFER TO DETAILS A9.1 ON SHEET A9.10. 7f A ,. P I PARTITION WALLS: 3-5/8" MTL STUDS (25 GA.) AT 16" A 0 O.C. WITH 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE. BRACE PER DETAIL. ISSUE DATES A9.1 X/A9.10. El DESIGN APPROVAL: xxx x xxxnxnn PARTITION WALLS: 6" METAL STUDS (25 GA.) AT SPACED PERMIT SUBMITTAL: I I I I 0 PER STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS WITH 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE. PERMIT RECEIVED: „ " „ i 2'-4'3'-0 4'-8" I , 4' 8" 3' 01'-7" A9.1 BRACE PER DETAIL X/A9.10. BID DOCS: L4-0 , 6-0 L3'-4"i ,, 6-86•1 1 ^ 1 NEW DOOR. REFER TO KEYS ON PLAN AND SEE DOOR CONSTR. DOCS: 10-4 A3.20 5-4 , 4-8 I, 5-4 , 4-8 1 ,� SCHEDULE, SHEET A2.1. DOORS THAT ARE NOT 29-4 19'-4" 92-0 50'-0" 30-0" 10'-0" 1 14'-8" 20-0 DIMENSIONED ARE TO BE LOCATED A MIN. 4 FROM SCALE: AS NOTED I I I I I I" I I I I I I I I I I " PLOT DATE: 2018-11-19 i (100A) ADJACENT PERPENDICULAR WALL FINISH. 265'-4'' ' O CAD FILE: 18-002A23 1 i ,1 GLAZING. REFER TO WINDOW SCHEDULE SHEET A7.10 AND ��I FLOOR PLAN SHEET A2.10-A2.30 FOR LOCATIONS. CAD NUMBER: Y- CHECKED: PA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 \16 17 18 19 @') 21 22 23 4 25 26 27 28 DRAWN: STATUS: SITE ENTITLEMENT LEGEND NOTES: SECOND FLOOR PLAN ��Ilir 11111 THIRD FLOOR PLAN 1. PROVIDE WATER RESISTANT GWB IN ALL WET AREAS, AND BLOCKING BEHIND ALL FIXTURES. SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0" 2. FURNITURE SHOWN ON PLAN IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT A2 . 3 0 IN CONTRACT. U.O.N. 99/210 ' I I I ' I I I ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1KEY NOTES 440Nvo41Ervi 4,6 ❑ ROOF LINE ABOVE ,?. I �°v d ❑2 ROOF SUPPORTS - REFER TO ELEVATIONS : �/_ u U 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 P w ❑3 30" X54" BILCO ROOF HATCH AND GUARDRAIL. SEE DETAIL X, X & X/ AX.XX �� J. z O1 .;A '© -��1 A31( 4❑ SINGLE PLY COOL ROOF CRRC-1 CERTIFIED ROOFING SYSTEM WITH A REFLECTANCE OF ��� SSA,�-`=,� .65 AND AM EMITTANCE OF .85 OVER 1/4" DENS DECK ROOF BOARD OVER R-25 RIGIDINSULATIONOVER METALDECK. VERIFY ROOFJOIST LOCATION WITH STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. CLASS A FIRE RETARDANT, SLOPE 1/4";1'-0" MIN. SEE ADJACENT -\‘ 1 1 1I I I I I SPECIFICATIONS. ❑5 ROOF AND OVERFLOW DRAIN, SEE PLUMBING DRAWINGS. U a. IIJ .0.::::11.-:c E O ._ U+�+J •T N a) �- a) ❑ CRICKETFORMEDWITHTAPEREDRIGIDINSULATON _0 o o o.9 •° o o o U cam.._ U,2_c+'•- j �\ ❑7 FLAG WALL. SEE DETAIL X/AX.Xooa a cn `o o . 1 A 1 A 1 A 1 A A I 1 A ® DOWNSPOUT AND GUTTER 3 Q o o o �� —/ Q c T OU -0 Cl 3 m O c c._ N U 7 d _. g a) O sE 09.18.18 09.18.18 09.18.18 a.18.18 09.18.18 ° o o E c*1'-, 'o a'= a) I +36'-4" I +38'-0" +36'-4" -H38'-0" +36'-4r **NOTE: ROOF PLAN TO BE FINALIZED DURING CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PHASE. 0 `6) o 0 0 - 2 .?•° o E' ILO. PARAPET 0 PARAPET T.O. PARAPET T.O. P RAPET T.O. PARAPE G ° o o a�.E s D „ _ — — — �uuu — — wuuu- � — _ —,�iu - — — uuuuu- _ Diu — — _ — — — — CBD ROOF DECK SLOPES FROM 32'-0". m ~ 0.o 0 c o 2 0 ,) s o AGE: El O a)1E.Y o a .- ^c N �'' i E XU 3 vo 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 091818 o Af ao �Uo oo�O80000o 1 r - + - - - + - - aC1/4)j .>,E t=Fia� o c a� c c o a n n L c u Q lc IC ,, U o L o2 T i i s-C) co -F w_ -F U aQ¢1Ez o a) 3Q E aa°o a © • • • • C I W L> 00 O I .ram I II] I IvQ I CN rn — _ _ _ _ __ — I _ _ _ — _ -_ — — — — �� ROOF PLAN NOTES H• 5 co \ D \ © 0 W 0 2 A. SEE ROOF FRAMING PLAN (STRUCTURAL) FOR PLYWOOD ANDH U FRAMING INFORMATION. 0)1 x > a, I �I I 1 I 1 1 — _ I 1 1 _ I _ I 1 _ _ _ o;1 — — — — E B. REFER TO MECH. DWGS (DEFERRED SUBMITTAL) FOR > 0 6 LOCATION OF ALL HVAC UNITS AND MECHANICAL L ---- REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS. SEE STRUCTURAL a __ ___ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ Ei-A6 DWGS FOR TYP. FRAMING AT OPENING DETAIL. FOR TYP. CO' o �o �� EQUIPMENT CURB, SEE DETAIL 2-0-9.1 a.18 ,_ „ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I F +36 4 >r1 6 8 -- C. REFER TO PLUMBING DWGS (DEFERRED SUBMITTAL) AND T.O. PARAPET DETAIL FOR PIPE ROOF PENETRATIONS. - O - — — — — — — - — — — — — — — — - - - - C,7/�J D. ELEV. 1 DIFFERENTGENERALCONTRACTOR TRADES FOR INSTALLATIONSHALL OFCOORDINATE ROOFWITH THE PENETRATIONS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF ROOF MEMBRANE. 1 ' 1/ -- E. AHH U I , iC _ _ _ 1CONNECT PG LE ANDCONTRACTOR SITE UTILITY ALL CONTRACTORSCOORDINATE WIT TO INSURE THATILDING H , STORM A 6 I 6 I I __) SYSTEMS,IONS BUILDING SANITARY ANBETWEEN AINTD ER SITEADERS SEWER SYSTEMS DRAIN ❑09.18.18 +38'-0" « I I 4 I I _ ARE COMPLETED. T.O. PARAPET 1 — — — — — -J� F. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE POSITIVE DRAINAGE ON ROOF TO ALL ROOF DRAINS. j G. RIGID INSULATION ATTACHMENT ON ROOF TO RESIST WIND 8 UPLIFT FORCES GREATER THAT 80 M.P.H. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CKD .= 0 0 w II /-� ROOF DRAINAGE CALCS . 1 I I 1 1 I I . -- 1 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I 1 _ _ _ _ L 1 A _/ ROOF AREA: ± 44,950 S.F. Alk 09.18.18 Alk +36'-4" A3.30 1.5 (2) A3.40 s T.O. PARAPET INTENSITY: RIDGE (IN/HR LASTING 5 MIN.) AI * I I I - /M 4" DOWNSPOUT: 3 1 1 1 09.18.18 - LL1 PER IPC TABLE 1106.2, 9,200 X (3) 4" DOWNSPOUTS = 37.71 +36'-4" a 0 SQ. IN. = 28,911 ALLOWABLE ROOF SQ. FOOTAGE. T.O. PARAPET j _1 II - - - - z - - - - - - - - -J CN� 1 1 1 1 + 2-0„ 00.18.1$ I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 GENERAL NOTES / ----- I I ROOF DECK - — — — — — — — — - — — — — — — s -- — — — — ( Q i 1. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY SIZES AND LOCATIONS OF ALL MECHANICAL / EQUIPMENT PLATFORMS AND BASES, POWER, WATER AND DRAIN LLJ LOCATIONS AND INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS WITH EQUIPMENT r n 6 I I I I I MANUFACTURERS PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH WORK. CHANGES TO v ACCOMMODATE FIELD CONDITIONS OR MATERIAL SUBSTITUTIONS SHALL BE 0 IC _ — — — — P MADE WITHOUT ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO OWNER. �/ A Ai. c.----..„..------„..----„.-- \ 2. MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING EQUIPMENT PLATFORM DIMENSIONS SHALL BE Et 09.18.18 III 6 +36'-4" o9.1s.,8 A MINIMUM OF 8 INCHES ABOVE ADJACENT ROOF ELEVATION. 0 T.O. PARAPET 10 4T.O. PARAPET 6 I I I I /_� 3. VENTS THROUGH THE ROOF SHALL BE INSTALLED 10'-0" FROM AND H I — — — — — — y — — — — n TERMINATED 3'-O" ABOVE ANY FRESH AIR INTAKES. �� 4. LEAD FLASHING TO BE USED AT ALL ROOF DRAIN AND OVERFLOW V J __/ PENETRATIONS. 5. SEE PLUMBING DRAWINGS FOR ALL ROOF DRAIN SIZES. I••I� _ I R i 6. ALL ROOF SURFACES SHALL SLOPE AT A MINIMUM OF 1 4 INCH PER O s — — — — — — — ELEV. 2 — — — W A �� FOOT IN ALL DIRECTIONS. CRICKETS SHALL BE USED ON THE HIGH SIDE z 6 09.18.18 OF ALL SKYLIGHTS, ROOF HATCH AND EQUIPMENT PLATFORMS. V J Q U T.O. PARAPET 7. SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR ROOF FRAMING. '� _1VJ w A _ 09.18.18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '� '� '� S 8. SEE MECHANICAL DRAWINGS FOR HVAC EQUIPMENT, SHAFT, AND J 0 09.18.18 +38'�0" fl.O. _____ JJ PARAPET 1 9. ALL INDIRECT WASTE PIPING ON ROOF SHALL BE TYPE "L" COPPER z �3 / �--� ATTACHED BY PIPE STRAPS NAILED TO 2 x 4 REDWOOD BLOCKING. I 0 N �' /—I 6 1 \ BLOCKING SHALL BE SET IN MASTIC AT 6'-0" O.C. PIPING SHALL BE � U Q 0 1 — - — — — — — — — - — — — — — — - — - — — — — T SLOPED AND TERMINATE IN AN APPROVED RECEPTOR. PIPING TO BE U U �� INSTALLED PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR TO BUILDING ELEVATIONS. Q I 6 I I 6 I I 0 Ct c co I 10. ALL ROOFING SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH Z U al-- � LOCAL CITY AGENCY WIND DESIGN ACCORDANCES. Z w O U ,- )- 11. ALL ROOF ELEVATIONS INDICATE TOP OF STRUCTURAL DECK FROM = z FINISHED FLOOR, DATUM ELEVATION 0-0 . SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. 0O I II I I I I I U z Qc� � A 12. ROOFING: UL CLASS A- FIRE RETARDANT RATING AS MANUFACTURE BY / 6 + 6-4" 09.18.18 GAF, MANVILLE OR EQUAL. A I \ „,Th / \ © �0 T.O. PARAPET Cv i 13. LEAD FLASHING TO BE USED AT ALL ROOF VENT PENETRATIONS. REVISIONS 09.18.18 / NO. DATE BY +,36-4 T.O. PARAPET 09.18.18 ' 11°HI I I I I I I I I I I ICITY 4 — A ! s ! s — I — — — s — — - — — — _) 0 0 1 � L- -- -- - A ' 1 1 A 1 I I I A I I I I ROOF PLAN LEGEND A ISSUE DATE S 09.18.18 09.18.18 » 09.18.13 +38-0 09.18.18 +36-4 09.18.18 +3 -4 +38-0 + 6-4" DESIGN APPROVAL: T.O. PARAPET T.O. PARAPET T.O. PARAPET T.O. PA APET T.O. PA APET > SLOPE FROM HIGH POINT TO LOW POINT ( I I I PERMIT SUBMITTAL: I I I I PERMIT RECEIVED: ROOF ACCESS HATCH. SEE DETAIL X/AX.XX FOR HATCH BID DOGS: AND X/AX.XX FOR RAILING. CONSTR. DOGS: A3.20 0 0 ROOF DRAIN. SEE DETAIL X/AX.XX. SCALE: AS NOTED I I I I PLOT DATE: 2018-11-19 CAD FILE: 18-002 A24 ____„ A. JOB NUMBER: r-- 2� 3� 4 i5- (6� C C �10 11 E_1 1 -, �14 \� 616) (17) El ,9) (2� (2-- E_____ /2/ 2 71 24 (2M5 (2- 6 �7 28 CHECKED: PA �� ��__/� � �� ��_ � DRAWN: STATUS: SITE ENTITLEMENT ROOF PLAN /IIQI1°' ' hIIIII' ROOF PLAN iN SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0" A2 . 40 100/210 I 1 1 1 I KEY NOTES - 1/l4 1❑ STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF z4�v \' Q' N 7 U I �2 WALL LINE BELOW •% 3❑ ROOF SUPPORTS BELOW - REFER TO ELEVATIONS �� `�I. z O © © 0 -� Nvo �I ►•• �� 4❑ SINGLE PLY COOL ROOF CRRC-1 CERTIFIED ROOFING SYSTEM WITH A REFLECTANCE OF 5 .65 AND AM EMITTANCE OF .85 OVER 1/4" DENS DECK ROOF BOARD OVER R-25 RIGID INSULATION OVER METAL DECK. VERIFY ROOF JOIST LOCATION WITH STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. CLASS A FIRE RETARDANT, SLOPE 1/4";1'-0" MIN. SEE ADJACENT imp- ti, SPECIFICATIONS. 1 I 1 1 1 / I I \ / 5 DOWNSPOUT AND GUTTER J o 0 o o �/ ** N•TE: :OOF 'LA TO :E FI►ALI D D 'ING CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PHASE. �� ��� � o _1 Uo.Ta a d� a o o - Eo o , o N C a) ,-• o O _ cn a o w_, o ---• \ 1 ** NOTE: ROOF DECK SLOPES FROM 32'-O"• o -' ` ° 0 .a= a c o o o 0 o N _ 10 u a°i E a o 9.18.180 o �— a (1)-'8 o C HCO \ / Q C OO / QQ' • O7] a1) ao 6 '80 I I I a U O o O o °U a ,_ ,, O_, a) oCI— E r,.?.o C -- --- -- -- -- --- — -- — — — — -- — — — — -- — — — — -- — — — — CB—) f- a O o 0 o m O >, 2 _ d UT2Z_ccoa) O_El 0 � -o N o m C O O O (Ni a) a) a) o_1 (1) O ,F O.' U 0 0- `�� S U O )3 O o c c� a o a U QQ¢ z omiQE ao o © _ , , ,,L,) IM 1 1 1 1 [i I 1E::1 w () o C P" — rc , (8) 8 \ / , , ROOF PLAN NOTES (13 H , -- 1\ II 1 � w - AI- A. SEE ROOF FRAMING PLAN (STRUCTURAL) FOR PLYWOOD AND ( 3 rn L _I .. _L. . . 1_. _.L . i --" 1 I I I FRAMING INFORMATION. x WI L) > a, I o I - B. REFER TO MECH. DWGS (DEFERRED SUBMITTAL) FORco > 1 �o , , - ' LOCATION OF ALL HVAC UNITS AND MECHANICAL i REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS. SEE STRUCTURAL in E DWGS FOR TYP. FRAMING AT OPENING DETAIL. FOR TYP. MI o �i T �-- EQUIPMENT CURB, SEE DETAIL °, —2 Iii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 �.; C. REFER TO PLUMBING DWGS (DEFERRED SUBMITTAL) AND I 1 DETAILO FOR PIPE ROOF PENETRATIONS. - /I I 1 I I I �G� D. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH THE ELEV. 1 DIFFERENT TRADES FOR INSTALLATION OF ROOF 1 I PENETRATIONS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF ROOF MEMBRANE. I E. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH BUILDING �Th PLUMBING AND SITE UTILITY CONTRACTORS TO INSURE THAT / I - — - — — - �- - - - CONNECTIONS BETWEEN RAIN WATER LEADERS, STORM DRAIN SYSTEMS, BUILDING SANITARY AND SITE SEWER SYSTEMS +37'-8'1 4 = ____-___=f _-: _- - ARE COMPLETED. F. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE POSITIVE DRAINAGE ON ROOF TO ALL ROOF DRAINS. T.O. ROOF ;\ _ _1�:- _ _ --_-- _ _"-__:_ _. - — — — " - — — J� El UPLIFT RIGID INSULATION ATTACHMENT ON ROOF TO RESIST WIND UPLIFT FORCES GREATER THAT 80 M.P.H. I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CKD • W - I +32°-D°° ° o ROOF DRAINAGE CALCS . I I 1 I ROOF DECK 1 II _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ �, i _ ROOF AREA: ± 44,950 S.F. Aillik A A3.30 O INTENSITY: 1.5 (2) RIDGE (IN/HR LASTING 5 MIN.) — /M \ 4" DOWNSPOUT: 3 I I I I I I I I I I I / I I j - WW PER IPC TABLE 1106.2, 9,200 X (3) 4" DOWNSPOUTS = 37.71 a- SQ. IN. = 28,911 ALLOWABLE ROOF SQ. FOOTAGE. II u 7-5r._ Z C-1-\1- } I I I I I I I I I I I I I / GENERAL NOTES I N, ----: - — — — — - — — — — — — — - — — - — — — — ( Q 1. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY SIZES AND LOCATIONS OF ALL MECHANICAL \ ____/ EQUIPMENT PLATFORMS AND BASES, POWER, WATER AND DRAIN LLI LOCATIONS AND INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS WITH EQUIPMENT r n I 1 1 1 I 1 MANUFACTURERS PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH WORK. CHANGES TO v ACCOMMODATE FIELD CONDITIONS OR MATERIAL SUBSTITUTIONS SHALL BE iC — — — - — — - — - — — — — P MADE WITHOUT ADDITIONAL CHARGE TO OWNER. �' 12. 2. MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING EQUIPMENT PLATFORM DIMENSIONS SHALL BE 11 A MINIMUM OF 8 INCHES ABOVE ADJACENT ROOF ELEVATION. 0 4 LI 1 I I I 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 I 1 I 3. VENTS THROUGH THE ROOF SHALL BE INSTALLED 10'-0" FROM AND L - - - - __ - - - - _ - _ - - - - TERMINATED 3'-0" ABOVE ANY FRESH AIR INTAKES.4 ��I Q v! �_ / 4. LEAD FLASHING TO BE USED AT ALL ROOF DRAIN AND OVERFLOW I PENETRATIONS. o L.L CY 5. SEE PLUMBING DRAWINGS FOR ALL ROOF DRAIN SIZES. 1 -------"------T4 1 1 1 — I 1 — — _ — 1 — — R i 6. ALL ROOF SURFACES SHALL SLOPE AT A MINIMUM OF 1 4 INCH PER 0 LLI ELEV. 2 T �� FOOT IN ALL DIRECTIONS. CRICKETS SHALL BE USED ON/THE HIGH SIDEz OF ALL SKYLIGHTS, ROOF HATCH AND EQUIPMENT PLATFORMS. V J O / 7. SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR ROOF FRAMING. (n J Li S J 8. SEE MECHANICAL DRAWINGS FOR HVAC EQUIPMENT, SHAFT, AND J 0 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I / PENETRATION LOCATIONS. O +37'-8" 9. ALL INDIRECT WASTE PIPING ON ROOF SHALL BE TYPE "L" COPPER — z c3 T.O. ROOF ATTACHED BY PIPE STRAPS NAILED TO 2 x 4 REDWOOD BLOCKING. I 0 N BLOCKING SHALL BE SET IN MASTIC AT 6'-0" O.C. PIPING SHALL BE H U Q 0 - — — — — - — — — — - — — — — - — — - — - — — — — T SLOPED AND TERMINATE IN AN APPROVED RECEPTOR. PIPING TO BE C.) O —' INSTALLED PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR TO BUILDING ELEVATIONS. 0 Q CC cn I 10. ALL ROOFING SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH Z / LOCAL CITY AGENCY WIND DESIGN ACCORDANCES. z0 _1 =Lij U LjJT 11. ALL ROOF ELEVATIONS INDICATE TOP OF STRUCTURAL DECK FROM = 0 w O rY 1-11 FINISHED FLOOR, DATUM ELEVATION 0'-0". SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS.I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 0 LU z 12. ROOFING: UL CLASS A- FIRE RETARDANT RATING AS MANUFACTURE BY I — — — — / — — — \ — - / — — — — - — — — - — — — — CV� GAF, MANVILLE OR EQUAL. / \ 13. LEAD FLASHING TO BE USED AT ALL ROOF VENT PENETRATIONS. REVISIONS NO. DATE BY I HI I I A 09.18.18 CITY i� A A A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ROOF PLAN LEGEND A I ISSUE DATES DESIGN APPROVAL: > SLOPE FROM HIGH POINT TO LOW POINT PERMIT SUBMITTAL: I I I I PERMIT RECEIVED: I 1 I ROOF ACCESS HATCH. SEE DETAIL X/AX.XX FOR HATCH BID DOGS: AND X/AX.XX FOR RAILING.All CONSTR. DOGS: 3.20 0 0 ROOF DRAIN. SEE DETAIL X/AX.XX. 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PREFINISHED I I 0. .� MTL-2 FLAT METAL TRIM PANEL BLACK PREFINISHED CMU-1 BXfilllfi" ANGELUS SLUMPSTONE SW7122 SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTED ,I1. , LEMON DROP 1 1 MTL-3 FLAT METAL STOREFRONT PANEL BLACK f';,:N'H CMU-2 10X6Jf16" ANGELUS SLUMPSTONE LEMON SHERVNN WILUAMS PREFINISHED LEMON DROP 111_111_1,11-- ill MTL-4 I CORRUGATED HORIZONTAL METAL WALL LEMON DROP Sis 5'i, - PANEL MTL-5 1 FLAT METAL TRIM PANEL SLATE GREY SIG 300 PL-1 1 SCORED, SMOOTH STUCCO BLACK PAINTED W PL-2 1 SCORED, SMOOTH STUCCO WHITE PAINTED 0 1 < A EXTERIOR FINISH SCHEDULE I- SCALE: NONE I ; o f EY J z W /'� z VJ U W W D J o EXTERIOR BUILDING SIGNAGE J U) LOCATION. SIGNAGE TO BE — _____ I TL-4 MYTAL CAL SHUTTERS, CIL PL-1 EXTERIOR.BUILDING SIGNAGE TO IG A E SUBMITTED UNDER SEPARATE OW PL-1 r SF-1 al, PL-1 I _ O IM CD-1 1 P PL-2 __lc- Er) SUBMIPERMITTEDT UNDER SEPARATE TL , +41 -3" = Q U 7 oa O Cr , C! T.O. ROOFJ r Z CO 0 _I W_ = v JI0H zo IIIIIIIIIIL N., — 0 lUZ Ii cI REVISIONS 1 __ +  �'/— ,., - ND. 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I , _ p CABINETS WITH DRAWERS BELOW. p TABLE WITH GHAIRS. 11141111444k A\ —�-- E4 CONFERENCE TABLE. 1 . D "SMART WINDOW' ELECTROCHROMAITC GLASS. to -- ❑6 SINGLE AND DOUBLE REFRIGERATOR. W. �,� - • �,• ��-��_��� f.J. _ + j _ ❑7 PRINTER/CORER. _ 1 I Q7 41 i C7747 C1I! � V �� ❑ Lr ❑Y• • f,;� 3^ � =-s f� GLASS ROLi-UP QOOR. as 161111 nii vo oQ1,� �` 7S. • , „ -kir . LPL]M o ❑ 2If1il1:dI li i ❑9 U w E�• El BUILTIN WINDOW SEAT WITH STORAGE BELOW, w a m.- L.{ I 11011.: -711" . 0-r., „, 0- g 2 ie 6.- a ,S..,_ .., ...... 1 • 7 en 43 'Ki't 1 ' yY 4 i _ APIT • a ❑ �. C O $U tb N Z ❑ 4++ ]L 1 ! 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ALL PARTITION LOCATIONS SHALL BE I I 1 AS SHOWN ON PARTITION PLAN. IN CASE OF CONFUCT NOTIFY ARCHITECT. PARTITION E I10ID 1 ( . PLAN BY ARCHITECT TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ALL OTHER PLANS. W_A....... B. ALL GYPSUM BOARD PARTITIONS SHALL BE TAPED, SPACKLED AND SANDED SMOOTH WITH ' _ 'r NO VISIBLE JOINTS. PATCH AND REPAIR SURFACES TO MATCH ADJACENT OR ADJOINING 0 -.awl WHERE REQUIRED. ALL SURFACES SHALL BE ALIGNED. ' COFFEE C. ALL PARTITIONS ARE DIMENSIONED FROM FINISH FACE OF GWB TO FINISH FACE OF GWB © STATION UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. ALL DIMENSIONS MARKED 'CLEAR' OR "CLR" SHALL BE I MAINTAINED AND SHALL ALLOW FOR THICKNESSES OF ALL WALL FINISHES. U.O.N. D. DIMENSIONS MARKED t MEAN A TOLERANCE NOT GREATER NOR SMALLER THAN 2 INCHES O FROM INDICATED DIMENSION, U.O.N. VERIFY FIELD DIMENSIONS EXCEEDING TOLERANCELWITH THE ARCHITECT. SECURE ARCHITECTS APPROVAL. (I)OC - v - - - - E. NOTIFY ARCHITECT IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES OR CONFLICTS IN THE LOCATION(S) I I I I OF NEW CONSTRUCTION. UPON COMPLETION OF PARTITION LAYOUT, NOTIFY ARCHITECT. VERIFICATION OF THE LAYOUT TO BE PROVIDED BY THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PARTITION 1.1. 1 INSTALLATION. I z F. REFER TO SHEET AO.1 FOR ADDITIONAL NOTES, LEGENDS, SYMBOLS, ABBREVIATIONS, AND c SLIDING DOOR TO r STORAGE AREA ?W�►- ,. SCHEDULES. 1111 Z ❑ - ,- • '"` ‘..- N. G. DIMENSIONS I OCATiNG DOORS ARE IO THE INSIDE EDGE OF JAMB, U.O.N.I I I s U € I #i, f _ _ •` H. "ALIGN" MEANS TO ACCURATELY LOCATE FINISHED FACES IN THE SAME PLANE. w P Ni I. MODIFY EXISTING SUBSTRATE AS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE NEW FLOORING MATERIALS, THUS p 44►, PREVENTING NOTICEABLE LUMPS OR DEPRESSIONS. 0 *sJ �� ' -ram J. ALL WORK SHALL BE ERECTED AND INSTALLED PLUMB, LEVEL, SQUARE AND TRUE. 410 - I II - - I % I K. REFER TO MILLWORK SHOP DWGS FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS OF COORDINATION BETWEEN Z CI ! DRYWALL/MILLWORK CONDITIONS. 0 = Q C U U U � PACK/SHIPPING ARI:A1111111114' � , L. ALL IX1511NG AND NEW FLOOR PENETRATIONS FOR PIPING SHALL BE FULLY PACKED AND Z 1 AREA:APPROX.216 SF p 4❑ i, SEALED IN ACCORDANCE Wllll THE APPLICABLE BUILDING AND FIRE CODES. O ¢ cj MillM. ALL MILLWORK TO BE FASTENED TO THE PARTITION. PROVIDE NON-COMBUSTIBLEI I/ Z Z 0 J I I I t I ••- t -X BLOCKING FOR ALL MILLWORK NOT SUPPORTED BY FLOOR OR ABOVE 4'-0" HT. ALL 0 J = I- Mlibilitir. .1 ,011111IP. - • ::::::: & ::: :: : RETREATED, (] OLil SI 11 � N. .�� �� �� U Z Q U 0— ii hi i I 11111: I �/ CONFERENCE ROOM I:-I 1 I 1 AREA:APPROX.229 SF 1 III WALL LEGEND / / 1 I I I N0. DATE I BY at - 1 " EXTERIOR WALLS: 7-5/8" x 7-5/5" x 15--5/8" CMU 0 WITH METAL PANEL PER ELEVATIONS. REFER TQ DETAILS I 1 fig •, 1 II ` ON SHEET A9,10, 4,17 j� 11111- 111 A ,....„ , . R - t I _ �, • F PARTITION WALLS: 3-5/8" MIL STUDS (25 GA.) AT 16" A 1 kV f. 0/111'.. • ' "— -� Iii . 0 O.C. WITH 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE. BRACE PER DETAIL. ISSUE DATES + .,- Ota A9.'I X/A9.10. a° R >�., IVitit - r t4111, i /N. . • '1 DESIGN APPROVAL: -� � _ PERMIT SUBMITTAL: • _ AAA Ma �.+'.A�.J PARTITION WALLS: 6" METAL STUDS (25 GA.) AT SPACED Ilin` Or 1 PER STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS WITH 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE. PERMIT RECEIVED: I ` 1 r j 'Alp : ! 0., #• r,r►0 --' A9.1 BRACE PER DETAIL X�A9.10. BID DQCS: I I CONSTR. DQCS: • NEW DOOR. REFER TO KEYS ON PLAN AND SEE DOOR . mit............irips I r - SCHEDULE, SHEET A2.1. DOORS THAT ARE NOT • �` �')11 + DIMENSIONED ARE TO BE LOCATED A MIN. 4" FROM SCALE : AS NOTED �, ;;,,� (100A� ADJACENT PERPENDICULAR WALL FINISH. PLOT DATE: 2018-07-19 III tg - - ' �`f " /� CAD FILE: 18 002_A41 - - '- L/ GLAZING. REFER TO WINDOW SCHEDULE SHEET A7.10 AND -�" ..—.. FLOOR PLAN SHEET A2.10-A2.30 FOR LOCATIONS. JOB NUMBER: ' t CHECKED: PA F - DRAWN: STATUS: SITE ENTITLEMENT i LEGEND NOTES: ENLARGED INTERIOR Fill' E N LA R C E D INTERIOR S PACE PLAN FIXTURES SPACE PLAN �IIIIr,• .,,3III1. 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DOCS: USING LANDSCAPE AREA: 64,256 SF x 20% = 12,851 SF LANDSCAPE AREA REQUIRED CHINO HILLS HOTEL: 12,598 SF 30,216 SF LANDSCAPE AREA PROVIDED SCALE: AS NOTED STRIP RETAIL Wi STARBUCKS DRIVE THRU: 6,674 SF DENNY'S: 7,866 SF �}1� �} 77 f�}} ARCHIBALD'S DRIVE THRU: 4,958 SF PARKING LOT AREA 22,499 SF PLOT dAT4- 002 LoIVOSaAF4E FUTURE BUSINESS SERVICES CENTER: 6,995 SF CAD FILE: CALCS DIAGRAM 22,499 SF x 5% = 1,125 SF PARKING LOT LANDSCAPE AREA REQUIRED JOB NUMBER: 3,272 SF PARKING LOT LANDSCAPE AREA PROVIDED CHECKED: PA NEW LANDSCAPE 33,488 SF DRAWN: STATUS: SITE ENTITLEMENT ,I�I.i.r N.I�1,, EXSITI NG MAINTAINED LANDSCAPE CALCULATIONS ��IIor �°`111q�, NEW LANDSCAPE CALCULATIONS EXHIBIT 1 � ' SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0" 1 SCALE: 1/8" = 1`-fl" -1 107/210 [\ :.. r l �795 HG PROPERTY ~ llNE� I 7- - / / !'o 'F- — — EL .ao� 3Eo ,a°' oyo°"' E • — V' iv' ND Nam ._ d._UI • `� ❑ yL � O92 p-mlI +' r _ l .O �iL-• T 07 ❑s,s78 sF } I Iti+� . l �, 17, i ;II1 !:' ' p e e N 3 ■ [''r� 12 LANDSCAPING - ' f o q ° ¢ c E i 8 `a n ,"°,a D=,. 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Iiiiiiir. imii I \ 1 / .:e.0 Ir• C5 O 00 - O • N CHI NO HI LLS SELF STORAGE Magellano = _FAIRFIELD RANCH RD & SOQUEL CANYON RD HIT N > rn o © 2018 MAGELLAN ASSOCIATES PLLC m CHINO HILLS, CA 10540 TALBERT AVE #175 • FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708 • 949.515.9600 • MAGELLANARCHITECTS.COM p rituF ACCESSIBLE OPTIMAL ., I IIIIII ME if moor 1 • 1 \ all i i 1 /1.1 MI I=\ I I 1 1 I I i Hi I - - I _ I, , . No ei i . . , ,, .... II_�E<< „::.,_ ,:i:wet q . , 110,,1 . . . 11,1,„,,),i„, „., , . , 1 ,„ „ ,.„,4„ , , , I 4 . . ili f JJI1Il�l�l,e19a:i i ,4R i '.) ' c iIIIIIiIli .';� -i' AIi/ lyx . g `[..I. III�i�III�il iii, r ,sR ; 4 F , r I1I If I °‘'''t *, r ,I. , . „"I .1,' '':,. li k#, . , SI! i 1 Id I.�II i ili S I I —. :� I IF I. „ • ,, .-, II _ qua ,.��. — e- I- - . . .' { t .. 0 Co 1 , N CHI NO HI LLS SELF STORAGE magelian , c, o r= FAIRFIELD RANCH RD & SOQUEL CANYON RD ARCHITECTS E CHINO HILLS, CA © 2018 MAGELLAN m 10540 TALBERT AVE #175 • FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708 • 949.515.9600 • MAGELLANARCHITECTS.COM PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS THE STORAGE DISTRICT AT FAIRFIELD RANCH Chino Hills, California November 19, 2018 112/210 LINSCOTT LAW & GREENSPAN engineers November 19, 2018 Engineers&Planners Traffic Transportation Parking Mr. Ryan Gackstetter Linscott Law& City of Chino Hills Greenspan,Engineers 14000 City Center Drive 2 Executive Circle Chino Hills, CA 91709 Suite 250 Irvine,CA 92614 LLG Reference No. 2.18.4058.1 949.825.6115 T 949.825.6173 F Subject: Parking Demand Analysis for a vvww.11gengineers.com The Storage District at Fairfield Ranch Pasadena Chino Hills, California Irvine San Diego Dear Mr. Gackstetter: Woodland Hills As requested, Linscott, Law, & Greenspan, Engineers (LLG) is pleased to submit this Parking Demand Analysis associated with The Storage District at Fairfield Ranch, a proposed self-storage facility (hereafter referred to as Project) in the City of Chino Hills, California. The Project site is located within the Fairfield Ranch Business Center retail/commercial center that is located north of the State Route 71 Freeway, west of Soquel Canyon Parkway/Central Avenue and south of Fairfield Ranch Road at 15421 — 15463 Fairfield Ranch Road in the City of Chino Hills, California. The Fairfield Ranch Business Center is an existing retail center with a total floor area of approximately 71,918 square-feet (SF) of floor area. The current tenant mix includes Denny's, Archibald's, Hotel Chino Hills, small food users, dental office and service retail. The site includes two vacant parcels of land, one of which is entitled for a 3,000 SF restaurant and the other is the Project site which is proposed to be developed a 130,149 SF, three-story self-storage facility, inclusive of a 2,000 SF lobby/guest services area. A total of 281 on-site parking spaces currently exist at the existing retail/commercial center, of which 35 spaces are located within the Project site. Upon completion of the Project, a total of 323 spaces will be provided, of which 77 spaces will be located on the Project site. Philip M.Linscott.PE{,824-21 Jack M.Greenspan,PE Met.) Pursuant to our understanding of the Project, the preparation of a shared parking William A.Law,PE Mal study is required as part of the City's evaluation associated with the proposed Project Paul W.Wilkinson,PE John P.Keating,PE and as a part of the entitlement process under the Projects Site Plan Review. David S.Shender,PE John A.Beaman,PE Clare M.Look-Jaeger,PE Richard E.Barretto,PE Keil D.Wherry,PE 113/210 An LG2WB Company Founded 1966 The parking analysis evaluates the Project's parking requirements based on our understanding of the proposed Project uses and existing tenant mix and the methodology outlined in the Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Shared Parking, 2nd Edition, consistent with Section 16.34.090.B — Shared Parking for Separate Uses within the Same Development of the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code. Our method of analysis, findings, and recommendations are detailed in the following sections of this report. Briefly, we find the following: • The proposed parking supply on the site totals 323 spaces. • A "code" calculation for full occupancy of the existing center with the development of 3,000 SF entitled restaurant and the proposed Project requires 341 spaces, resulting in a parking shortfall of 18 spaces. • A shared parking analysis using city code ratios along with ULI parking profiles yields a peak parking demand of 258 spaces that when compared to the 323 provided spaces results in a surplus of 65 spaces. PROJECT LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION The Storage District at Fairfield Ranch is located north of the State Route 71 Freeway, west of Soquel Canyon Parkway/Central Avenue and south of Fairfield Ranch Road at 15421 — 15463 Fairfield Ranch Road in the City of Chino Hills, California. Figure 1, located at the rear of this letter report, presents a Vicinity Map, which illustrates the general location of the subject property in the context of the surrounding street system. The Fairfield Ranch Business Center retail/commercial center is comprised of four (4) buildings with a total floor area of approximately 71,918 square-feet (SF) of floor area. The current mix of uses/tenants consists of a 99-room, 55,000 SF, four-story hotel (Hotel Chino Hills), a 3,525 SF fast-food with drive-thru restaurant (Archibald's), a 4,993 SF high-turnover restaurant (Denny's) and an 8,400 SF retail/restaurant building that houses an 1,800 SF coffee-house with drive-through, a 2,800 SF fine/casual dining restaurant, a 1,300 SF dental office and two beauty/nail salons with a combined floor area of 2,400 SF of service retail space. Entitled, but unbuilt development includes a 3,000 SF restaurant pad to be located adjacent to the existing hotel. Access to the existing development is provided via a full access driveway on Fairfield Ranch Road. 114/210 The Project site is a 5.39 acre vacant parcel of land that is proposed to be developed with a 130,149 SF three-story self-storage facility consisting of 128,149 SF of self- storage space and 2,000 SF of lobby/guest services floor area. A total of 281 on-site parking spaces currently exist at the existing retail/commercial center, of which 35 spaces are located within the Project site. Upon completion of the Project, a total of 323 spaces will be provided, of which 77 spaces will be located on the Project site. Table 1, located at the end of this letter report, following the figures, presents the most recent development tabulation/tenant mix and associated floor areas for the center and hours of operations for the existing and proposed tenants. Table 2 presents the proposed parking breakdown by parcel. Figure 2-1 presents the overall site plan for The Storage District at Fairfield Ranch upon completion of the proposed Project, inclusive of the entitled restaurant pad prepared by Magellan Architects and dated September 24, 2018. Figure 2-2 presents the parking allocation by parcel. PARKING SUPPLY-DEMAND ANALYSIS This parking analysis for Fairfield Ranch involves determining the expected parking needs, based on the size and type of existing and/or proposed development components, versus the parking supply. Typically, there are several methods that can be used to estimate the site's peak parking needs. These methods include: • Application of City code requirements (which typically treats each tenancy type as a"stand alone"use at maximum demand). • Application of shared parking usage patterns by time-of-day (which recognizes that the parking demand for each tenancy type varies by time of day and day of week). The shared parking analysis starts with a code calculation for each tenancy type. The shared parking methodology outlined in Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Shared Parking, 2nd Edition combined with the parking surveys (survey-shared approach) of the subject property was utilized, consistent with Section 16.34.090.E — Shared Parking for Separate Uses within the Same Development of the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code. The shared parking methodology is concluded to be applicable to a development such as the Fairfield Ranch because the individual land use types (i.e., hotel, retail, eating establishments, medical office, etc.) experience peak demands at different times of the day. 115/210 CODE PARKING REQUIREMENTS The code parking requirements for Fairfield Ranch, assuming "stand alone" uses and not within a mixed-use setting, is calculated based on the City's requirements as outlined in Chapter 16.34.060 — Number of Parking Spaces Required of the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code. The City's Municipal Code specifies the following parking requirements as outlined in Table 65-1 Number of Automobile Parking Spaces Required: ■ Hotel: 1 space per guest room plus additional spaces for restaurant and public assembly areas as required for those uses ■ General Retail of less than 25,000 SF: 1 space for each 200 square-feet (SF) of Gross-floor area(GFA) ■ Sit-down Restaurant: 1 space per 100 SF of GFA ■ Drive-in, Fast Food, and Walkup Restaurant: Minimum of 5 spaces plus the greater of 1 space for every three seats or 10 spaces per 1,000 SF-GFA; outdoor dining areas in excess of 16 seats require the greater of 1 space per 200 SF of outdoor patio or 1 space per 3 seats. ■ Medical and Dental Office: 1 space per 200 SF of GFA ■ Mini-Storage Warehouse: 1 space per 2,500 SF of GFA Table 3 presents the code parking requirements for the existing development, including the entitled restaurant pad and the proposed Project. As shown, direct application of City parking codes to the existing mix of uses at Fairfield Ranch results in a parking requirement of 250 spaces. With development of the proposed Project, which would require 61 spaces per City code,the combined parking requirements would total 311 spaces, which translate to a theoretical parking surplus of 12 spaces when compared to a proposed parking supply 323 spaces. When the development of a 3,000 SF entitled restaurant pad is considered, the overall parking requirement increases by 30 spaces and would total 341 spaces. When compared to a proposed parking supply of 323 spaces, a theoretical parking deficiency of 18 spaces is calculated. However, the specific tenancy mix of Fairfield Ranch provides an opportunity to share parking spaces based on the utilization profile of each included land use component. The following section calculates the parking requirements for Fairfield Ranch based on the shared parking methodology approach. 116/210 The following section calculates the parking requirements for Fairfield Ranch based on the current shared parking methodology outlined in Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Shared Parking, 2nd Edition and in consideration of the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code, Chapter 16.34.090— Combined or shared parking facilities. SHARED PARKING ANALYSIS Shared Parking Methodology Accumulated experience in parking demand characteristics indicates that a mixing of land uses results in an overall parking need that is less than the sum of the individual peak requirements for each land use. Due to the existing and proposed mixed-use characteristics of Fairfield Ranch, opportunities to share parking likely occur now and can be expected to continue with full occupancy and completion of the proposed Project. The objective of this shared parking analysis is to forecast the peak parking requirements for the Project based on the combined demand patterns of different tenancy types at the site. Shared parking calculations recognize that different uses often experience individual peak parking demands at different times of day, or days of the week. When uses share common parking footprints, the total number of spaces needed to support the collective whole is determined by adding parking profiles (by time of day for weekdays versus weekend days), rather than individual peak ratios as represented in the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code. In that way, the shared parking approach starts from the City's own code ratios and results in the "design level"parking supply needs of a site. It should be noted that the "demand" results of the shared parking calculation are intended to be used directly for comparison to site supply. No further adjustments or contingency additions are needed because such contingencies are already built into the peak parking ratios and time of day profiles used in the calculation. There is an important common element between the traditional "code" and the shared parking calculation methodologies; the peak parking ratios or "highpoint" for each land use's parking profile typically equals the "code" parking ratio for that use. The analytical procedures for shared parking analyses are well documented in the Shared Parking, 2nd Edition publication by the Urban Land Institute (ULI). Shared parking calculations for Fairfield Ranch utilize hourly parking accumulations developed from field studies of single developments in free-standing settings, where 117/210 travel by private auto is maximized. These characteristics permit the means for calculating peak parking needs when land use types are combined. Further, the shared parking approach illustrates how, at other than peak parking demand times, an increasing surplus of spaces will service the overall needs of the center. Shared Parking Ratios and Profiles The hourly parking demand profiles (expressed in percent of peak demand)utilized in this analysis and applied to the Fairfield Ranch are based on profiles developed by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and published in Shared Parking, 2nd Edition. The ULI publication presents hourly parking demand profiles for several general land use categories, inclusive of the following four (4): retail, hotel, fine/casual dining, family restaurant, fast-food restaurant, and medical/dental office. These profiles of parking demand have been used directly, by land use type, in the analysis of this site. The ULI Shared Parking publication includes a retail profile that is used in this analysis. To estimate the retail parking demand, a parking ratio of 1 space per 200 SF (which matches City code) is utilized. For retail uses peak demand occurs between 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM on weekdays and between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM on weekends. The retail profile was also used for the proposed Project and the existing retail/service retail uses. The hotel profiles used in this analysis are representative of a "business-type" hotel. The parking profile in the ULI publication was used, with no adjustments to reflect the limited amount of conference spaces provided at the existing hotel, and applied to the City's Parking Code ratio of 1 space guest room to forecast its weekday and weekend hourly demand. Peak demand for hotel occurs at 8:00 AM-9:00 AM and 11:00 PM-12:00 AM on weekdays, and 11:00 PM-12:00 AM on weekends. According to the Shared Parking publication, family restaurant (quick serve food) uses are shown to experience peak demand between 12:00 PM-1:00 PM on weekdays and weekends, whereas a fast-food uses peak demand occurs between 12:00 PM-2:00 PM on weekdays and weekends, whereas a fine/casual dining uses peak demand occurs between 7:00 PM-10:00 PM. The peak-parking ratio for entitled (future) restaurant equals the City's Parking Code requirement of 10 spaces per 1000 SF. For medical/dental office uses, the parking profile in the ULI publication was used and applied to the City's Parking Code ratio of 1 space 200 SF to forecast its weekday and weekend hourly demand. Peak demand for office occurs between 10:00 AM- 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM-4:00 PM on weekdays, and 10:00 AM-12:00 PM on weekends. 118/210 As a supplement to the ULI parking profiles and City Code for a coffee shop use, empirical data based on average ratios taken from the Parking Study for the Proposed Starbucks Coffee in Harbor Town Square dated April 3, 2000 was used. Peak demand for coffee shop uses occurs between 8:00 AM-9:00 AM on weekdays, and 10:00 AM-11:00 AM on weekends. Application of Shared Parking Methodology Tables 4 and 5 presents the weekday and weekend parking demand profiles for Fairfield Ranch based on the shared parking methodology, assuming full occupancy of the center and including the entitled restaurant pad and the proposed Project. Review of Tables 4 and 5 indicates that the future full occupancy weekday and weekend peak parking demands will occur at 12:00 PM with peak "design level" demands of 246 and 258 spaces, respectively. Based on the parking supply of 323 spaces, the peak demand hours on a weekday will have a surplus of 77 spaces. On a weekend day (typically Saturday), the minimum surplus is projected to total 65 spaces. Figures 3 and 4 graphically illustrate the weekday and weekend hourly parking demand forecast for the Project, respectively. The existing demand and the forecasted hourly Shared Parking demand for the proposed Project, which were presented in Tables 4 and 5, are depicted in these two figures relative to a proposed parking supply of 323 spaces. A review of these figures indicate that the Project's proposed parking supply of 323 spaces will adequately accommodate the center's existing demand, including the entitled restaurant pad and proposed Project, for all morning, midday, afternoon and evening hours. Based on our experience, the shared parking approach summarized in Tables 4 and 5 are believed to be the most appropriate in evaluating the parking supply-demand relationships for The Storage District at Fairfield Ranch. The results in these tables are the focus of this parking investigation and recommendations. Appendix A contains the shared parking analysis calculation worksheets for this weekday and weekend day parking scenario. 119/210 City of Chino Hills L I N S C O TT November 19, 2018 LAW & Page 8 GREENSPAN engineers SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS 1. The Fairfield Ranch Business Center is an existing retail center with a total floor area of approximately 71,918 square-feet (SF) of floor area. The current tenant mix includes Denny's, Archibald's, Hotel Chino Hills, small food users, dental office and service retail. The site includes two vacant parcels, one which is entitled for restaurant uses and the other is the Project site which is proposing to develop a 130,149 SF three-story self-storage facility consisting of 128,149 SF of self-storage space and 2,000 SF of lobby/guest services floor area. 2. A total of 281 on-site parking spaces currently exist at the existing retail/commercial center, of which 35 spaces are located within the Project site. Upon completion of the Project, a total of 323 spaces will be provided, of which 77 spaces will be located on the Project site. 3. Direct application of City parking codes to the existing and proposed mix of uses of Fairfield Ranch results in a total parking requirement of 341 parking spaces. With a proposed parking supply of 323 spaces, a theoretical code deficiency of 18 spaces is indicated. 4. Given the mix of center tenancies, a shared parking analysis has been prepared and indicates that the proposed parking supply for Fairfield Ranch will be sufficient to meet the projected peak parking demands of existing and proposed uses. The weekday scenario results in a minimum surplus of 77 spaces, while the weekend scenario results in a minimum surplus of 65 spaces. 5. The results of the shared parking analysis indicates that adequate parking will be provided on site to accommodate the existing mix of uses as well as the entitled restaurant pad and proposed Project. * * * * * * * * * * N:\4000\2184058-The Storage District,Chino Hills\Report\4058 Storage District Parking Study 11-19-18.doc 120/210 We appreciate the opportunity to prepare this analysis for the proposed Fairfield Ranch in the City of Chino Hills. Should you have any questions or need additional assistance, please do not hesitate to call us at(949) 825-6175. 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N 0 il a i j - V t7 100 iIIThiiiiirUF e.00 AM '..00 AM i:00 AM '.:00 AM 1).00 AM 1_:00 AM 12:00 PM I ::00 PM :.00 PM ::00 PM .:00 PM :.00 PM t.00 PM ".:00 PM ;.00 PM '_:00 PM I).00 PM • II:00 PM 1.:OOAM •Storage District Proposed Retail 0 0 2 4 7 8 9 9 9 8 8 9 9 9 8 5 _I 3 1 0 p •Storage District Proposed Storage 1 3 10 20 32 41 44 46 44 42 42 44 44 44 38 25 15 5 0 O •Image Salon Retail 0 0 1 3 4 5 5 6 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 3 1 0 0 rn •La Bella Nail&Spa Retail 0 0 1 3 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 4 2 1 0 Y •Fairfield Ranch Dental Medical/Dental Office 0 0 6 7 7 7 4 7 7 7 7 6 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 l •Sushi Ten Fine/Casual Dining 0 1 2 3 6 12 19 19 17 12 14 20 25 26 26 26 25 19 7 03 •Starbucks 11 17 18 17 8 6 5 4 5 6 6 6 8 5 7 9 6 4 0 Q —.. _. •Entitled Family Restaurant 6 11 14 17 19 19 21 19 12 10 10 17 18 18 18 13 12 11 6 I- •Archibalds Fast-Food Restaurant 3 4 8 11 21 31 35 35 32 22 20 22 31 29 I 18 11 8 4 3 N •Denny's Family Restaurant 10 19 22 27 1 31 32 35 32 20 18 18 28 29 29 I 29 _ 22 20 I— 18 10 Q •Holiday Inn Business Hotel 76 77 81 73 I 67 67 63 63 67 67 69 69 67 63 I 67 71 79 81 80 Q I- .,.., c, r, ,\ LINSCOTT FIGURE 3 LAW & GREENSPAN ' WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND PROFILE engineers THE STORAGE DISTRICT, CHINO HILLS i 125/210 350 TOTAL PROPOSED PROJECT PARKING SUPPLY = 323 SPACES — 300 0 C• 250 MI 4 MI M O N (P I MOTi N O E MI 150 IIII I J tr 1 9- 00 iii iIIIiiii O3 N a s 0 t c t u -50 6:00 AM :00 AM l:00 AM 1.00 AM 1):00 AM 1:00 AM 1.:00 PM '.:00 PM ::00 PM 1:00 PM I ':00 PM S.00 PM I 600 PM I '.:00 PM I 1:00 PM S:00 PM 17:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 AM •Storage District Proposed Retail 0 0 2 4 6 7 8 9 10 10 10 9 8 8 7 5 4 1 0 o •Storage District Proposed Storage 1 4 8 20 30 37 43 i 47 I 51 51 49 47 42 39 35 28 19 8 0 O ■Image Salon Retail 0 0 1 3 4 4 5 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 2 1 0 m •La Bella Nail&Spa Retail 0 0 1 3 4 5 6 6 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 4 2 1 0 •Fairfield Ranch Dental Medical/Dental Office 0 0 6 7 7 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ] 0 0 0 0 1 •Sushi Ten Fine/Casual Dining 0 1 1 2 3 7 15 16 14 14 14 18 26 27 28 26 26 25 14 03 •Starbucks 2 6 10 16 17 14 10 12 5 7 8 6 6 10 9 9 8 10 0 N •Entitled Family Restaurant 5 10 16 22 27 27 30 26 ] 21 13 15 20 22 22 21 11 10 7 4 91- 03 •Arc hibalds Fast-Food Restaurant 3 4 7 10 19 29 33 33 29 20 18 20 28 27 17 10 7 4 3 N •Denny's Family Restaurant 8 16 25 36 46 46 50 94 35 22 24 33 37 37 35 19 16 11 6 Q •Holiday Inn Business Hotel 69 69 I 69 62 57 57 54 54 57 57 58 60 62 62 65 69 74 77 75 Q a c V '/ /, ,\ LINSCOTI FIGURE 4 LAW & GREENSPAN ' WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND PROFILE engineers THE STORAGE DISTRICT, CHINO HILLS V / 126/210 TABLE 1 EXISTING AND PROPOSED TENANT/LAND USE SUMMARY[1] STORAGE DISTRICT,CHINO HILLS Address/Tenant Land Use Hours of Operation Sine 15433 Fairfield Ranch Rd Hotel Chino Hills(99 Rooms) Hotel Daily Open 24 Hours 55,000 SF Entitled Restaurant(!'avant/Unbuilt) Restaurant -- 3,000 SF 15459 Fairfield Ranch Rd Denny's Restaurant Daily Open 24 Hours 4,993 SF 15421 Fairfield Ranch Rd Archibalds Restaurant M-Thu 5:30am- 11 pm,F,Sat 5:30am-12am,Sun 6:30am-11 pm 3,525 SF 15463 Fairfield Ranch Rd Starbucks Restaurant M-Thu,Sun 4:30am-9:30pm,F-Sat 4:30am-10pm 1,800 SF Sushi Ten Restaurant M Closed,Tue-Thu,Sun 11:30am-2pm,5pm-9pm,F-Sat 11:30am-2pm,5pm-10pm 2,800 SF Fairfield Ranch Dental Medical/Dental Office M-F 9am-6pm,Sat-Sun Closed 1,300 SF La Bella Nail&Spa Service Retail M-F 9:30am-7pm,Sat 9:30am-6pm,Sun loam-5pm 1,400 SF Image Salon Service Retail M-F loam-7pm,Sat loam-6pm,Sun loam-4pm 1,100 SF Pronosed Proiect Proposed Storage District Storage Facility Mini Storage -- 128,149 SF Proposed Storage District Storage Facility Lobby Lobby/Office/Retail -- 2,000 SF Total Proposed Project Floor Area -- -- 130,149 SF 127/210 TABLE 2 SUMMARY OF EXISTING/PROPOSED PARKING SUPPLY STORAGE DISTRICT,CHINO HILLS Building Address Regular 1 Handicapped Total 15433 Fairfield Ranch Rd. 132 4 136 15459 Fairfield Ranch Rd. 55 2 57 15421 Fairfield Ranch Rd. 8 2 10 15463 Fairfield Ranch Rd. 40 3 43 Proposed Project Site [a] 77 0 77 Total 312 1 11 323 Notes: [a]35 parking spaces currently existing on the Project site.Thus the currrent parking supply totals 281 spaces. 128/210 TABLE 3 CITY CODE PARKING REQUIREMENTS STORAGE DISTRICT,CHINO HILLS Address/Tenant Land Use Size City of Chino Hills Code Parking Ratio[a] Spaces Required 15433 Fairfield Ranch Rd Hotel Chino Hills(99 Rooms) Hotel 55,000 SF 1 space per room 99 Entitled Restaurant(Vacant/Unbuilt) Restaurant 3,000 SF 1 space per 100 SF of GFA 30 15459 Fairfield Ranch Rd Denny's Restaurant 4,993 SF 1 space per 100 SF of GFA 50 15421 Fairfield Ranch Rd Archibalds Restaurant 3,525 SF 1 space per 100 SF of GFA 35 15463 Fairfield Ranch Rd Starbucks Restaurant 1,800 SF 1 space per 100 SF of GFA 18 Sushi Ten Restaurant 2,800 SF 1 space per 100 SF of GFA 28 Fairfield Ranch Dental Medical/Dental Office 1,300 SF 1 space per 200 SF of GFA 7 La Bella Nail&Spa Service Retail 1,400 SF 1 space per 200 SF of GFA[b] 7 Image Salon Service Retail 1,100 SF 1 space per 200 SF of GFA[b] 6 Proposed Project Proposed Storage District Storage Facility Mini Storage 128,149 SF 1 space per 2,500 SF of GFA 51 Proposed Storage District Storage Facility Lobby Lobby/Office/Retail 2,000 SF 1 space per 200 SF of GFA 10 SUMMARY: A.TOTAL PARKING CODE REQUIREMENT FOR EXISTING USES/TENANTS 250 B.TOTAL PARKING CODE REQUIREMENT FOR PROPOSED PROJECT 61 C.TOTAL PARKING CODE REQUIREMENT FOR EXISTING PLUS PROJECT(A+B) 311 D.TOTAL PROPOSED PARKING SUPPLY 323 E.PARKING SURPLUS/DEFICIENCY(+/-)BASED ON EXISTING PLUS PROJECT(D-C) 12 F.TOTAL PARKING CODE REQUIREMENT FOR BASED ON FULL OCCUPANCY,INCLUSIVE OF ENTITLED RESTAURANT 341 G.PARKING SURPLUS/DEFICIENCY(+/-)BASED ON FULL OCCUPANCY(D-F) -18 Notes: [a]=Source:City of Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 16.34.060-Number of Parking Spaces Required. [b]=City code does not provide parking rates specific to Salons,therefore the parking rate for Retail of 1 space per 200 SF of GFA was utilized. 129/210 TABLE 4 WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] STORAGE DISTRICT,CHINO HILLS Fairfield Ranch Holiday Inn Denny's Family Archibalds Fast- Entitled Family Sushi Ten Dental La Bella Nail&Spa Storage District Storage District Land Use Business Hotel Restaurant Food Restaurant Restaurant Starbucks Fine/Casual Dining Medical/Dental Retail Image Salon Retail Proposed Storage Proposed Retail Office Size 99 Rms 4.993 KSF 3.525 KSF 3.000 KSF 1.800 KSF 2.800 KSF 1.300 KSF 1.400 KSF 1.100 KSF 128.149 KSF 2.000 KSF Total Pkg Rate[2] 1 /Rm 10 /KSF 10 /KSF 10 /KSF 10 /KSF 10 /KSF 5 /KSF 5 /KSF 5 /KSF 0.4 /KSF 5 /KSF Spaces= Comparison w/ Gross 99 Spc. 50 Spc. 35 Spc. 30 Spc. 18 Spc. 28 Spc. 7 Spc. 7 Spc. 6 Spc. 51 Spc. 10 Spc. 341 Parking Supply Spaces Shared 323 Spaces Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Parking Surplus Time of Day Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Demand (Deficiency) 6:00 AM 76 10 3 6 11 0 0 0 0 1 0 107 216 7:00 AM I 77 19 4 11 17 1 0 0 0 3 0 I 132 I 191 8:00 AM I 81 22 8 14 18 2 6 1 1 10 2 I 165 I 158 9:00 AM I 73 27 11 17 17 3 7 3 3 20 4 I 185 I 138 10:00 AM I 67 31 21 19 8 6 7 5 4 32 7 I 207 I 116 11:00 AM 67 32 31 19 6 12 7 6 5 41 8 234 89 12:00 PM 63 35 35 21 5 19 4 6 5 44 9 246 77 1:00 PM 63 32 35 19 4 19 7 6 6 46 9 246 77 2:00 PM 67 20 32 12 5 17 7 6 5 44 9 224 99 3:00 PM 67 18 22 10 6 12 7 6 5 42 8 203 120 4:00 PM 69 18 20 10 6 14 7 6 5 42 8 205 118 5:00 PM 69 28 22 17 6 20 6 6 5 44 9 232 91 6:00 PM 67 29 31 18 8 25 4 6 5 44 9 246 77 7:00 PM 63 29 29 18 5 26 3 6 5 44 9 237 86 8:00 PM 67 29 18 18 7 26 1 5 5 38 8 222 101 9:00 PM 71 22 11 13 9 26 0 4 3 25 5 189 134 10:00 PM 79 20 8 12 6 25 0 2 1 15 3 171 152 11:00 PM 81 18 4 11 4 19 0 1 0 5 1 144 179 12:00 AM 80 10 3 6 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 106 217 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on ULI procedure normalized to express percentage in terms of absolute peak demand ratios. 130/210 TABLE 5 WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] STORAGE DISTRICT,CHINO HILLS Sushi Ten Fairfield Ranch Holiday Inn Denny's Family Archibalds Fast- Entitled Family Dental La Bella Nail& Storage District Storage District Land Use Starbucks Fine/Casual Image Salon Retail Business Hotel Restaurant Food Restaurant Restaurant Medical/Dental Spa Retail Proposed Storage Proposed Retail Dining Office Size 99 Rms 4.993 KSF 3.525 KSF 3.000 KSF 1.800 KSF 2.800 KSF 1.300 KSF 1.400 KSF 1.100 KSF 128.149 KSF 2.000 KSF Total Pkg Rate[2] 1 /Rm 10 /KSF 10 /KSF 10 /KSF 10 /KSF 10 /KSF 5 /KSF 5 /KSF 5 /KSF 0.4 /KSF 5 /KSF Spaces= Comparison w/ Gross 99 Spc. 50 Spc. 35 Spc. 30 Spc. 18 Spc. 28 Spc. 7 Spc. 7 Spc. 6 Spc. 51 Spc. 10 Spc. 341 Parking Supply Spaces Shared 323 Spaces Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Parking Surplus Time of Day Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Spaces Demand (Deficiency) 6:00 AM 69 8 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 88 235 7:00 AM 69 16 4 10 6 1 0 0 0 4 0 110 213 8:00 AM 69 25 7 16 10 1 6 1 1 8 2 146 177 9:00 AM 62 36 10 22 16 2 7 3 3 20 4 185 138 10:00 AM 57 46 19 27 17 3 7 4 4 30 6 220 103 11:00 AM 57 46 29 27 14 7 7 5 4 37 7 240 83 12:00 PM 54 50 33 30 10 15 4 6 5 43 8 258 65 I 1:00 PM 54 44 33 26 12 16 0 6 6 47 9 253 70 2:00 PM 57 35 29 21 5 14 0 7 6 51 10 235 88 3:00 PM 57 22 20 13 7 14 0 7 6 51 10 207 116 4:00 PM 58 24 18 15 8 14 0 7 6 49 10 209 114 5:00 PM 60 33 20 20 6 18 0 6 6 47 9 225 98 6:00 PM 62 37 28 22 6 26 0 6 5 42 8 242 81 7:00 PM 62 37 27 22 10 27 0 6 5 39 8 243 80 8:00 PM 65 35 17 21 9 28 0 5 4 35 7 226 97 9:00 PM 69 19 10 11 9 26 0 4 4 28 5 185 138 10:00 PM 74 16 7 10 8 26 0 2 2 19 4 168 155 11:00 PM 77 11 4 7 10 25 0 1 1 8 1 145 178 12:00 AM 75 6 3 4 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 102 221 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking," Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on ULI procedure normali7t d to express percentage in terms of absolute peak demand ratios. 131/210 APPENDIX A ULI SHARED PARKING CALCULATION WORKSHEETS 132/210 Appendix Table Al BUSINESS HOTEL WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use I Business Hotel Restaurant/Lounge Conference Center/BanquetConvention Center Size 1 99 Rooms 0.000 KSF 0.000 KSF 0.000 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 1 Boom 0/KSF 0/KSF 0/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Gross 99 Spaces 13] Spaces 79 Guest Spc. 20 Emp.Spc. 0 Spc. 0 Spc. 0 Spc. Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of %Of #Of %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[4] Spaces Peak[4] Spaces Peak[4] Spaces Peak[4] Spaces Peak[4] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 95% 75 5% 1 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 76 7:00 AM 90% 71 30% 6 10% 0 0% 0 0% 0 77 8:00 AM 80% 63 90% 18 30% 0 30% 0 50% 0 81 9:00 AM 70% 55 90% 18 10% 0 60% 0 100% 0 73 10:00 AM 60% 47 100% 20 10% 0 60% 0 100% 0 67 11:00 AM 60% 47 100% 20 5% 0 60% 0 100% 0 67 12:00 PM 55% 43 100% 20 100% 0 65% 0 100% 0 63 1:00 PM 55% 43 100% 20 100% 0 65% 0 100% 0 63 2:00 PM 60% 47 100% 20 33% 0 65% 0 100% 0 67 3:00 PM 60% 47 100% 20 10% 0 65% 0 100% 0 67 4:00 PM 65% 51 90% 18 10% 0 65% 0 100% 0 69 5:00 PM 70% 55 70% 14 30% 0 100% 0 100% 0 69 6:00 PM 75% 59 40% 8 55% 0 100% 0 50% 0 67 7:00 PM 75% 59 20% 4 60% 0 100% 0 30% 0 63 8:00 PM 80% 63 20% 4 70% 0 100% 0 30% 0 67 9:00 PM 85% 67 20% 4 67% 0 100% 0 10% 0 71 10:00 PM 95% 75 20% 4 60% 0 50% 0 0% 0 79 I1:00 PM 100% 79 10% 2 40% 0 0% 0 0% 0 81 12:00 AM 100% 79 5% I 30% 0 0% 0 0% 0 80 Notes [I]Source:ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2]Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3]Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. [4]Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking'manual. 133/210 Appendix Table A2 BUSINESS HOTEL WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use I Business Hotel Restaurant/Lounge Conference Center/BanquetConvention Center Size 1 99 Rooms 0.000 KSF 0.000 KSF 0.000 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 1 Boom 0/KSF 0/KSF 0/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Gross 99 Spaces]3] Spaces 83 Guest Spc. 16 Emp.Spc. 0 Spc. 0 Spc. 0 Spc. Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of %Of #Of %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[4] Spaces Peak[4] Spaces Peak[4] Spaces Peak[4] Spaces Peak[4] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 82% 68 4% 1 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 69 7:00 AM 78% 65 26% 4 10% 0 0% 0 0% 0 69 8:00 AM 69% 57 78% 12 30% 0 30% 0 25% 0 69 9:00 AM 60% 50 78% 12 10% 0 60% 0 50% 0 62 10:00 AM 52% 43 86% 14 10% 0 60% 0 50% 0 57 11:00 AM 52% 43 86% 14 5% 0 60% 0 50% 0 57 12:00 PM 48% 40 86% 14 100% 0 65% 0 50% 0 54 1:00 PM 48% 40 86% 14 100% 0 65% 0 50% 0 54 2:00 PM 52% 43 86% 14 33% 0 65% 0 50% 0 57 3:00 PM 52% 43 86% 14 10% 0 65% 0 50% 0 57 4:00 PM 56% 46 78% 12 10% 0 65% 0 50% 0 58 5:00 PM 60% 50 65% 10 30% 0 100% 0 50% 0 60 6:00 PM 65% 54 52% 8 55% 0 100% 0 25% 0 62 7:00 PM 65% 54 48% 8 60% 0 100% 0 15% 0 62 8:00 PM 69% 57 48% 8 70% 0 100% 0 15% 0 65 9:00 PM 73% 61 48% 8 67% 0 100% 0 5% 0 69 10:00 PM 82% 68 39% 6 60% 0 50% 0 0% 0 74 11:00 PM 86% 71 39% 6 40% 0 0% 0 0% 0 77 12:00 AM 86% 71 26% 4 30% 0 0% 0 0% 0 75 Notes [1]Source:ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2]Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3]For hotel rooms,one parking space per room is required for the first 30 hotel moms,one parking space for every two rooms is required for the next 30 hotel rooms,and one parking space for every three rooms is required for remaining hotel rooms>60.Breakdown of guest vs.employee parking provided by ULI. [4]Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 134/210 Appendix Table A3 FAMILY RESTAURANT WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Family Restaurant Size 4.993 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 10/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 50 Spaces Spaces I 43 Guest Spc. I 7 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 18% 8 35% 2 10 7:00 AM 35% 15 53% 4 19 8:00 AM 42% 18 63% 4 22 9:00 AM 53% 23 63% 4 27 10:00 AM 60% 26 70% 5 31 11:00 AM 63% 27 70% 5 32 12:00 PM 70% 30 70% 5 35 1:00 PM 63% 27 70% 5 32 2:00 PM 35% 15 70% 5 20 3:00 PM 32% 14 53% 4 18 4:00 PM 32% 14 53% 4 18 5:00 PM 53% 23 67% 5 28 6:00 PM 56% 24 67% 5 29 7:00 PM 56% 24 67% 5 29 8:00 PM 56% 24 67% 5 29 9:00 PM 42% 18 56% 4 22 10:00 PM 39% 17 46% 3 20 11:00 PM 35% 15 46% 3 18 12:00 AM 18% 8 25% 2 10 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 135/210 Appendix Table A4 FAMILY RESTAURANT WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Family Restaurant Size 4.993 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 10/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 50 Spaces Spaces I 43 Guest Spc. I 7 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 10% 4 50% 4 8 7:00 AM 25% 11 75% 5 16 8:00 AM 45% 19 90% 6 25 9:00 AM 70% 30 90% 6 36 10:00 AM 90% 39 100% 7 46 11:00 AM 90% 39 100% 7 46 12:00 PM 100% 43 100% 7 50 1:00 PM 85% 37 100% 7 44 2:00 PM 65% 28 100% 7 35 3:00 PM 40% 17 75% 5 22 4:00 PM 45% 19 75% 5 24 5:00 PM 60% 26 95% 7 33 6:00 PM 70% 30 95% 7 37 7:00 PM 70% 30 95% 7 37 8:00 PM 65% 28 95% 7 35 9:00 PM 30% 13 80% 6 19 10:00 PM 25% 11 65% 5 16 11:00 PM 15% 6 65% 5 11 12:00 AM 10% 4 35% 2 6 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 136/210 Appendix Table A5 FAST-FOOD RESTAURANT WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Fast-Food Restaurant Size 3.525 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 10/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 35 Spaces Spaces I 30 Guest Spc. I 5 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 5% 2 15% 1 3 7:00 AM 10% 3 20% 1 4 8:00 AM 20% 6 30% 2 8 9:00 AM 30% 9 40% 2 11 10:00 AM 55% 17 75% 4 21 11:00 AM 85% 26 100% 5 31 12:00 PM 100% 30 100% 5 35 1:00 PM 100% 30 100% 5 35 2:00 PM 90% 27 95% 5 32 3:00 PM 60% 18 70% 4 22 4:00 PM 55% 17 60% 3 20 5:00 PM 60% 18 70% 4 22 6:00 PM 85% 26 90% 5 31 7:00 PM 80% 24 90% 5 29 8:00 PM 50% 15 60% 3 18 9:00 PM 30% 9 40% 2 11 10:00 PM 20% 6 30% 2 8 11:00 PM 10% 3 20% 1 4 12:00 AM 5% 2 20% 1 3 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 137/210 Appendix Table A6 FAST-FOOD RESTAURANT WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Fast-Food Restaurant Size 3.525 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 10/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 35 Spaces Spaces I 30 Guest Spc. I 5 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 5% 2 14% 1 3 7:00 AM 9% 3 19% 1 4 8:00 AM 19% 6 28% 1 7 9:00 AM 28% 8 37% 2 10 10:00 AM 51% 15 70% 4 19 11:00 AM 79% 24 93% 5 29 12:00 PM 93% 28 93% 5 33 1:00 PM 93% 28 93% 5 33 2:00 PM 84% 25 89% 4 29 3:00 PM 56% 17 65% 3 20 4:00 PM 51% 15 56% 3 18 5:00 PM 56% 17 65% 3 20 6:00 PM 79% 24 84% 4 28 7:00 PM 75% 23 84% 4 27 8:00 PM 47% 14 56% 3 17 9:00 PM 28% 8 37% 2 10 10:00 PM 19% 6 28% 1 7 11:00 PM 9% 3 19% 1 4 12:00 AM 5% 2 19% 1 3 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 138/210 Appendix Table A7 FAMILY RESTAURANT WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Family Restaurant Size 3.000 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 10/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 30 Spaces Spaces I 26 Guest Spc. I 4 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 18% 5 35% 1 6 7:00 AM 35% 9 53% 2 11 8:00 AM 42% 11 63% 3 14 9:00 AM 53% 14 63% 3 17 10:00 AM 60% 16 70% 3 19 11:00 AM 63% 16 70% 3 19 12:00 PM 70% 18 70% 3 21 1:00 PM 63% 16 70% 3 19 2:00 PM 35% 9 70% 3 12 3:00 PM 32% 8 53% 2 10 4:00 PM 32% 8 53% 2 10 5:00 PM 53% 14 67% 3 17 6:00 PM 56% 15 67% 3 18 7:00 PM 56% 15 67% 3 18 8:00 PM 56% 15 67% 3 18 9:00 PM 42% 11 56% 2 13 10:00 PM 39% 10 46% 2 12 11:00 PM 35% 9 46% 2 11 12:00 AM 18% 5 25% 1 6 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 139/210 Appendix Table A8 FAMILY RESTAURANT WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Family Restaurant Size 3.000 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 10/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 30 Spaces Spaces I 26 Guest Spc. I 4 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 10% 3 50% 2 5 7:00 AM 25% 7 75% 3 10 8:00 AM 45% 12 90% 4 16 9:00 AM 70% 18 90% 4 22 10:00 AM 90% 23 100% 4 27 11:00 AM 90% 23 100% 4 27 12:00 PM 100% 26 100% 4 30 1:00 PM 85% 22 100% 4 26 2:00 PM 65% 17 100% 4 21 3:00 PM 40% 10 75% 3 13 4:00 PM 45% 12 75% 3 15 5:00 PM 60% 16 95% 4 20 6:00 PM 70% 18 95% 4 22 7:00 PM 70% 18 95% 4 22 8:00 PM 65% 17 95% 4 21 9:00 PM 30% 8 80% 3 11 10:00 PM 25% 7 65% 3 10 11:00 PM 15% 4 65% 3 7 12:00 AM 10% 3 35% 1 4 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 140/210 Appendix Table A9 Starbucks WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS Starbucks at Woodview Plaza, Chino Hills Land Use Starbucks Size 1.800 KSF Pkg Rate[1] 10 /KSF Gross 18 Spaces Spaces Shared Time % Of #Of Parking of Day Peak 121 Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 61% 11 11 7:00 AM 96% 17 17 8:00 AM 100% 18 18 9:00 AM 93% 17 17 10:00 AM 43% 8 8 11:00 AM 36% 6 6 12:00 PM 25% 5 5 1:00 PM 21% 4 4 2:00 PM 25% 5 5 3:00 PM 36% 6 6 4:00 PM 32% 6 6 5:00 PM 32% 6 6 6:00 PM 46% 8 8 7:00 PM 25% 5 5 8:00 PM 39% 7 7 9:00 PM 50% 9 9 10:00 PM 36% 6 6 11:00 PM 21% 4 4 12:00 AM 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] The parking rate is based on an empirical ratio derived from the Parking Study for the Proposed Starbucks Coffee in Harbor Town Square dated April 3,2000. [2] Empircal Data Based on Average Ratios taken from the Parking Study for the Proposed Starbucks Coffee in Harbor Town Square dated April 3,2000. 141/210 Appendix Table Al0 Starbucks WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Starbucks at Woodview Plaza, Chino Hills Land Use Starbucks Size 1.800 KSF Pkg Rate[1] 10 /KSF Gross 18 Spaces Spaces Shared Time % Of #Of Parking of Day Peak 121 Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 11% 2 2 7:00 AM 32% 6 6 8:00 AM 54% 10 10 9:00 AM 89% 16 16 10:00 AM 93% 17 17 11:00 AM 75% 14 14 12:00 PM 57% 10 10 1:00 PM 64% 12 12 2:00 PM 25% 5 5 3:00 PM 39% 7 7 4:00 PM 46% 8 8 5:00 PM 36% 6 6 6:00 PM 36% 6 6 7:00 PM 54% 10 10 8:00 PM 50% 9 9 9:00 PM 50% 9 9 10:00 PM 43% 8 8 11:00 PM 54% 10 10 12:00 AM 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] The parking rate is based on an empirical ratio derived from the Parking Study for the Proposed Starbucks Coffee in Harbor Town Square dated April 3,2000. [2] Empircal Data Based on Average Ratios taken from the Parking Study for the Proposed Starbucks Coffee in Harbor Town Square dated April 3,2000. 142/210 Appendix Table All FINE/CASUAL DINING WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use I Fine/Casual Dining Size 1 2.800 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 10/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 28 Spaces Spaces I 24 Guest Spc. I 4 Emp.Spc. Shared Time I %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 7:00 AM 0% 0 18% 1 1 8:00 AM 0% 0 45% 2 2 9:00 AM 0% 0 68% 3 3 10:00 AM 14% 3 81% 3 6 11:00 AM 36% 9 81% 3 12 12:00 PM 68% 16 81% 3 19 1:00 PM 68% 16 81% 3 19 2:00 PM 59% 14 81% 3 17 3:00 PM 36% 9 68% 3 12 4:00 PM 45% 11 68% 3 14 5:00 PM 68% 16 90% 4 20 6:00 PM 86% 21 90% 4 25 7:00 PM 90% 22 90% 4 26 8:00 PM 90% 22 90% 4 26 9:00 PM 90% 22 90% 4 26 10:00 PM 86% 21 90% 4 25 11:00 PM 68% 16 77% 3 19 12:00 AM 23% 6 32% 1 7 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 143/210 Appendix Table Al2 FINE/CASUAL DINING WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use I Fine/Casual Dining Size 1 2.800 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 10/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 28 Spaces Spaces I 24 Guest Spc. I 4 Emp.Spc. Shared Time 1 %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 7:00 AM 0% 0 20% 1 1 8:00 AM 0% 0 30% 1 1 9:00 AM 0% 0 60% 2 2 10:00 AM 0% 0 75% 3 3 11:00 AM 15% 4 75% 3 7 12:00 PM 50% 12 75% 3 15 1:00 PM 55% 13 75% 3 16 2:00 PM 45% 11 75% 3 14 3:00 PM 45% 11 75% 3 14 4:00 PM 45% 11 75% 3 14 5:00 PM 60% 14 100% 4 18 6:00 PM 90% 22 100% 4 26 7:00 PM 95% 23 100% 4 27 8:00 PM 100% 24 100% 4 28 9:00 PM 90% 22 100% 4 26 10:00 PM 90% 22 100% 4 26 11:00 PM 90% 22 85% 3 25 12:00 AM 50% 12 50% 2 14 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 144/210 Appendix Table Al 3 MEDICAL/DENTAL OFFICE WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Medical/Dental Office Size 1.300 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 5/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 7 Spaces Spaces I 5 Visitor Spc. I 2 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 7:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 8:00 AM 90% 5 60% 1 6 9:00 AM 90% 5 100% 2 7 10:00 AM 100% 5 100% 2 7 11:00 AM 100% 5 100% 2 7 12:00 PM 30% 2 100% 2 4 1:00 PM 90% 5 100% 2 7 2:00 PM 100% 5 100% 2 7 3:00 PM 100% 5 100% 2 7 4:00 PM 90% 5 100% 2 7 5:00 PM 80% 4 100% 2 6 6:00 PM 67% 3 67% 1 4 7:00 PM 30% 2 30% 1 3 8:00 PM 15% 1 15% 0 1 9:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 10:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 11:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 12:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 145/210 Appendix Table A14 MEDICAL/DENTAL OFFICE WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Medical/Dental Office Size 1.300 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 5/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 7 Spaces Spaces I 5 Visitor Spc. I 2 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 7:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 8:00 AM 90% 5 60% 1 6 9:00 AM 90% 5 100% 2 7 10:00 AM 100% 5 100% 2 7 11:00 AM 100% 5 100% 2 7 12:00 PM 30% 2 100% 2 4 1:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 2:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 3:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 4:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 5:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 6:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 7:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 8:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 9:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 10:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 11:00 PM 0% 0 0% 0 0 12:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 146/210 Appendix Table Al 5 SHOPPING CENTER(TYPICAL DAYS) WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Shopping Center(Typical Days) Size 1.400 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 5/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 7 Spaces Spaces I 6 Guest Spc. I 1 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 1% 0 9% 0 0 7:00 AM 5% 0 14% 0 0 8:00 AM 14% 1 36% 0 1 9:00 AM 32% 2 68% 1 3 10:00 AM 59% 4 77% 1 5 11:00 AM 77% 5 86% 1 6 12:00 PM 86% 5 90% 1 6 1:00 PM 90% 5 90% 1 6 2:00 PM 86% 5 90% 1 6 3:00 PM 81% 5 90% 1 6 4:00 PM 81% 5 90% 1 6 5:00 PM 86% 5 86% 1 6 6:00 PM 86% 5 86% 1 6 7:00 PM 86% 5 86% 1 6 8:00 PM 72% 4 81% 1 5 9:00 PM 45% 3 68% 1 4 10:00 PM 27% 2 36% 0 2 11:00 PM 9% 1 14% 0 1 12:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 147/210 Appendix Table A16 SHOPPING CENTER(TYPICAL DAYS) WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Shopping Center(Typical Days) Size 1.400 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 5/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 7 Spaces Spaces I 6 Guest Spc. I 1 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 1% 0 10% 0 0 7:00 AM 5% 0 15% 0 0 8:00 AM 10% 1 40% 0 1 9:00 AM 30% 2 75% 1 3 10:00 AM 50% 3 85% 1 4 11:00 AM 65% 4 95% 1 5 12:00 PM 80% 5 100% 1 6 1:00 PM 90% 5 100% 1 6 2:00 PM 100% 6 100% 1 7 3:00 PM 100% 6 100% 1 7 4:00 PM 95% 6 100% 1 7 5:00 PM 90% 5 95% 1 6 6:00 PM 80% 5 85% 1 6 7:00 PM 75% 5 80% 1 6 8:00 PM 65% 4 75% 1 5 9:00 PM 50% 3 65% 1 4 10:00 PM 35% 2 45% 0 2 11:00 PM 15% 1 15% 0 1 12:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 148/210 Appendix Table Al 7 SHOPPING CENTER(TYPICAL DAYS) WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Shopping Center(Typical Days) Size 1.100 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 5/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 6 Spaces Spaces I 5 Guest Spc. I 1 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 1% 0 9% 0 0 7:00 AM 5% 0 14% 0 0 8:00 AM 14% 1 36% 0 1 9:00 AM 32% 2 68% 1 3 10:00 AM 59% 3 77% 1 4 11:00 AM 77% 4 86% 1 5 12:00 PM 86% 4 90% 1 5 1:00 PM 90% 5 90% 1 6 2:00 PM 86% 4 90% 1 5 3:00 PM 81% 4 90% 1 5 4:00 PM 81% 4 90% 1 5 5:00 PM 86% 4 86% 1 5 6:00 PM 86% 4 86% 1 5 7:00 PM 86% 4 86% 1 5 8:00 PM 72% 4 81% 1 5 9:00 PM 45% 2 68% 1 3 10:00 PM 27% 1 36% 0 1 11:00 PM 9% 0 14% 0 0 12:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 149/210 Appendix Table Al 8 SHOPPING CENTER(TYPICAL DAYS) WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Shopping Center(Typical Days) Size 1.100 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 5/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 6 Spaces Spaces I 5 Guest Spc. I 1 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 1% 0 10% 0 0 7:00 AM 5% 0 15% 0 0 8:00 AM 10% 1 40% 0 1 9:00 AM 30% 2 75% 1 3 10:00 AM 50% 3 85% 1 4 11:00 AM 65% 3 95% 1 4 12:00 PM 80% 4 100% 1 5 1:00 PM 90% 5 100% 1 6 2:00 PM 100% 5 100% 1 6 3:00 PM 100% 5 100% 1 6 4:00 PM 95% 5 100% 1 6 5:00 PM 90% 5 95% 1 6 6:00 PM 80% 4 85% 1 5 7:00 PM 75% 4 80% 1 5 8:00 PM 65% 3 75% 1 4 9:00 PM 50% 3 65% 1 4 10:00 PM 35% 2 45% 0 2 11:00 PM 15% 1 15% 0 1 12:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 150/210 Appendix Table A19 SELF STORAGE-SHOPPING CENTER(TYPICAL DAYS) WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Shopping Center(Typical Days) Size 128.149 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 0.4/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 51 Spaces Spaces I 41 Guest Spc. I 10 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 1% 0 9% 1 1 7:00 AM 5% 2 14% 1 3 8:00 AM 14% 6 36% 4 10 9:00 AM 32% 13 68% 7 20 10:00 AM 59% 24 77% 8 32 11:00 AM 77% 32 86% 9 41 12:00 PM 86% 35 90% 9 44 1:00 PM 90% 37 90% 9 46 2:00 PM 86% 35 90% 9 44 3:00 PM 81% 33 90% 9 42 4:00 PM 81% 33 90% 9 42 5:00 PM 86% 35 86% 9 44 6:00 PM 86% 35 86% 9 44 7:00 PM 86% 35 86% 9 44 8:00 PM 72% 30 81% 8 38 9:00 PM 45% 18 68% 7 25 10:00 PM 27% 11 36% 4 15 11:00 PM 9% 4 14% 1 5 12:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 151/210 Appendix Table A20 SELF STORAGE-SHOPPING CENTER(TYPICAL DAYS) WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use Shopping Center(Typical Days) Size 128.149 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 0.4/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross I 51 Spaces Spaces I 41 Guest Spc. I 10 Emp.Spc. I Shared Time %Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak[3] Spaces Peak[3] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 1% 0 10% 1 1 7:00 AM 5% 2 15% 2 4 8:00 AM 10% 4 40% 4 8 9:00 AM 30% 12 75% 8 20 10:00 AM 50% 21 85% 9 30 11:00 AM 65% 27 95% 10 37 12:00 PM 80% 33 100% 10 43 1:00 PM 90% 37 100% 10 47 2:00 PM 100% 41 100% 10 51 3:00 PM 100% 41 100% 10 51 4:00 PM 95% 39 100% 10 49 5:00 PM 90% 37 95% 10 47 6:00 PM 80% 33 85% 9 42 7:00 PM 75% 31 80% 8 39 8:00 PM 65% 27 75% 8 35 9:00 PM 50% 21 65% 7 28 10:00 PM 35% 14 45% 5 19 11:00 PM 15% 6 15% 2 8 12:00 AM 0% 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the "Shared Parking"manual. 152/210 Appendix Table A21 SHOPPING CENTER(TYPICAL DAYS) WEEKDAY SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use I Shopping Center(Typical Days) Size 2.000 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 5/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross 10 10 Spaces Spaces 8 Guest Spc. Guest Spc. 2 Emp.Spc. Shared Time %Of #Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak 13] Spaces Spaces Peak 13] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 1% 0 0 9% 0 0 7:00 AM 5% 0 0 14% 0 0 8:00 AM 14% 1 1 36% 1 2 9:00 AM 32% 3 3 68% 1 4 10:00 AM 59% 5 5 77% 2 7 11:00 AM 77% 6 6 86% 2 8 12:00 PM 86% 7 7 90% 2 9 1:00 PM 90% 7 7 90% 2 9 2:00 PM 86% 7 7 90% 2 9 3:00 PM 81% 6 6 90% 2 8 4:00 PM 81% 6 6 90% 2 8 5:00 PM 86% 7 7 86% 2 9 6:00 PM 86% 7 7 86% 2 9 7:00 PM 86% 7 7 86% 2 9 8:00 PM 72% 6 6 81% 2 8 9:00 PM 45% 4 4 68% 1 5 10:00 PM 27% 2 2 36% 1 3 11:00 PM 9% 1 1 14% 0 1 12:00 AM 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the"Shared Parking"manual. 153/210 Appendix Table A22 SHOPPING CENTER(TYPICAL DAYS) WEEKEND SHARED PARKING DEMAND ANALYSIS[1] Land Use I Shopping Center(Typical Days) Size 1 2.000 KSF Pkg Rate[2] 5/KSF Mode Adjust 1.00 1.00 Non-Captive Ratio 1.00 1.00 Gross 10 10 Spaces Spaces 8 Guest Spc. Guest Spc. 2 Emp.Spc. Shared Time %Of #Of #Of %Of #Of Parking of Day Peak 13] Spaces Spaces Peak 13] Spaces Demand 6:00 AM 1% 0 0 10% 0 0 7:00 AM 5% 0 0 15% 0 0 8:00 AM 10% 1 1 40% 1 2 9:00 AM 30% 2 2 75% 2 4 10:00 AM 50% 4 4 85% 2 6 11:00 AM 65% 5 5 95% 2 7 12:00 PM 80% 6 6 100% 2 8 1:00 PM 90% 7 7 100% 2 9 2:00 PM 100% 8 8 100% 2 10 3:00 PM 100% 8 8 100% 2 10 4:00 PM 95% 8 8 100% 2 10 5:00 PM 90% 7 7 95% 2 9 6:00 PM 80% 6 6 85% 2 8 7:00 PM 75% 6 6 80% 2 8 8:00 PM 65% 5 5 75% 2 7 9:00 PM 50% 4 4 65% 1 5 10:00 PM 35% 3 3 45% 1 4 11:00 PM 15% 1 1 15% 0 1 12:00 AM 0% 0 0 0% 0 0 Notes: [1] Source: ULI-Urban Land Institute"Shared Parking,"Second Edition,2005. [2] Parking rates for all land uses based on City code. [3] Percentage of peak parking demand factors reflect relationships between weekday parking demand ratios and peak parking demand ratios,as summarized in Table 2-2 of the"Shared Parking"manual. 154/210 Letter from Applicant's Counsel (Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05) 155/210 D O W N E Y BRAN D Kathryn L. Oehlschlager Downey Brand LLP koehlschlager@downeybrand.com 455 Market Street,Suite 1500 415.848.4820 Direct San Francisco, CA 94105 415.848.4821 Fax 415.848.4800 Main downeybrand.com February 15, 2019 VIA E-MAIL The City Council City of Chino Hills 14000C City Center Drive Chino Hills, California 91709 Re: The Storage District at Fairfield Ranch Business Park— Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 Honorable City Councilmembers: This letter is submitted on behalf of our client, Sorsirs, Inc. ("Applicant"), the applicant for Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 ("SPR") and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 ("CUP") for"The Storage District"Project("Project")proposed at the vacant,unimproved parcel ("Site") within the Fairfield Ranch Business Park("Business Park") in the City of Chino Hills ("City"). The SPR and the CUP will allow for the development of a new, class-A, self-storage facility,including a guest services lobby that is innovative and unique to the self-storage industry. The City's Planning Commission("Commission") approved the Project entitlements at its December 18, 2018 hearing; however, at its January 8, 2019 meeting, the City Council ("Council")decided to review the Planning Commission's approval of the Project. We understand that the Council would like further discussion regarding the Project aesthetics and the Project's suitability for the Site; we address those issues below in this letter. I. The Project is the Highest and Best Use for This Unimproved 5-Acre Parcel and Will Result in Significant Improvements to Both the Unimproved Lot and the Entire Business Park. The Project will be located within the Business Park, a mixed use/business center, located at the intersection of Fairfield Ranch Road and Soquel Canyon Parkway in the City. Given the Site's location,physical restrictions, and other limitations,the Applicant-proposed self-storage use is not only the best possible commercial use for this site,but is the only economically viable use that is compatible with both the Site and the Business Park as a whole. Currently, the Business Park(including four(4)restaurants/fast-food operations)lacks sufficient parking to serve the needs of the current customers and employees of the on-site businesses. The 156/210 The City Council February 15, 2019 Page 2 intersections surrounding the Site, including the intersection of Fairfield Ranch Road and Soquel Canyon Parkway, are also already bearing heavy traffic loads, particularly during the peak hour periods. Because of the lack of parking and concerns about the local traffic, a traffic- and parking-intensive use—such as an office building,restaurant, or retail store—would not be feasible in the Business Park. In fact, over the last ten years, several potential developers have considered developing office space on the Site,but ultimately concluded that such a use would not be commercially viable. The Shared Parking Study prepared for the Project by LLG demonstrates that a self-storage facility would not generate much parking demand as it is not user-intensive. The Project is expected to generate approximately only 326 trips per day, 20 a.m.peak hour trips, and 34 p.m. peak hour trips,based on a review of ITE's Trip Generation Manual.1 The Project is designed to serve the residents the City in general, and specifically the needs of the growing sector of home- based entrepreneurial businesses that require an enclosed environment to store their inventories and marketing materials. Additionally, the Project would provide 44 new parking stalls to the Business Park,which will be shared with other businesses in the Business Park. Therefore, given the low parking demand and the traffic generation from the Project, this self-storage use is an optimal use for this Site. The Project will also result in much-needed upgrades to and maintenance of the Site. The Site is currently vacant and has been undeveloped for over ten years. The Site has become an "attractive nuisance." The Applicant and the Project consultants have often observed commercial long-haul trucks regularly parked overnight at the Site without permission, evidence of illegal dumping(including potentially hazardous waste behind the existing hotel's trash enclosure), and at least nine(9)parking lot lights not working in the Business Park. In fact, one Planning Commissioner explicitly recognized that the Center is "problematic" due to truck parking, homeless people, debris, and lack of maintenance.2 These conditions have created significant safety hazards and visual blight in the Business Park, which need to be addressed, whether the City approves this Project or not. Current Site photos that would be presented to the City Council at the hearing demonstrate that with the exception of the area around the Archibald's restaurant, the Business Park is not being maintained to even minimal standards. This Project will greatly improve the visual character of the Business Park. As depicted in the Project elevations provided to the Council, the Project building is aesthetically designed to look like a modern, Class-A office or hotel building,rather than the traditional, industrial-looking, drive up self-storage buildings. The Project building has a contemporary style architecture As the City's threshold for the preparation of a traffic impact analysis is 50 trips in the a.m. or p.m.peak hour and the Project would generate much lower number of peak hour trips,the Project was not even required to prepare a traffic impacts analysis. 2 Audio recording of 12/18/2019 Planning Commission Meeting,at 1:45:25 (comments from Commissioner Romero ["site has been vacant forever and has been problematic at time in terms of diesels parked there. . .you also see sometimes homeless people loitering there,there's trash,there's debris,there's a brush that grows quite high ].) DOWN EYBRAN D 157/210 The City Council February 15, 2019 Page 3 which, as City Staff noted, "provides a variety of exterior materials, finishes and colors to provide texture and interest to the elevations." (12/18/2018 Planning Commission Staff Report, at p.2.) In fact, City Staff concluded that with incorporation of various elements, the Project would provide an attractive and visually interesting elevation from the Soquel Canyon Parkway. (Id. at p.3.) And one of the Planning Commissioners explicitly complimented the Project's aesthetic design. 3 The Applicant's Project plans also include landscaping and parking improvements for the Business Park itself. In the earlier iterations of the Project elevations, the Project included a "wall art" component, which was discussed at length before the Commission. But due to the First Amendment concerns raised by the Deputy City Attorney at the Planning Commission hearing for the Project on December 4, 2018,the Commission directed the Applicant to revise the Project elevations and remove the"wall art"component. The Applicant recognizes that the City does not currently have a process in place for such public art approvals;but the Applicant welcomes the opportunity to work with the City in the future to locate appropriate"wall art" that celebrates the unique history and character of Chino Hills. The height and scale of the Project is similar to the existing on-site hotel(the Chino Hills Hotel) and the adjacent new hotel, and is appropriate for the Site. In preparation for the City Council's February 26 meeting,my client engaged a professional videographer to prepare visual simulations of what the Project will look like from several vantage points,including from across the street from Soquel Canyon Parkway and along the Soquel Canyon Parkway. As will be shown in the simulations of the Project that will be presented at the City Council hearing,the Project will minimally impact the existing views of the Site from any vantage point, and site improvements proposed as part of the Project will materially improve the Business Park's overall appearance and aesthetic character. Finally, the Applicant is committed to a robust maintenance program that will ensure that the Business Park is clean and well-maintained. The Business Park neighbors and owners welcome the addition of the Project with its landscaping and other aesthetic improvements (e.g., upgrading the Business Park's only entrance by removing the dilapidated chain-link fence that is currently defining the Business Park's entrance),4 and the Planning Commission expressed support and appreciation for the Project's aesthetic design. (12/18/2018 Planning Commission Agenda Staff Report for Agenda Item No. 7b, at p.2.) In fact, City Staff concluded that with incorporation of various elements, the Project would provide an attractive and visually interesting elevation from the Soquel Canyon Parkway. (Id. at p.3.) 3 Audio recording of 12/18/2019 Planning Commission Meeting,at 1:44:57(comments from Commissioner Voigt ["I like the colors,I like the look,the articulations. It's going to be beautiful;it's going to be an asset to our community"]);at 1:46:19(comments from Commissioner Romero["this is a really high quality facility"].) 4 See,e.g.,the letter of support from the owner of Archibald's restaurant,dated December 4,2018. DOWNEYBRAND 158/210 The City Council February 15, 2019 Page 4 II. The Project Will Provide Needed Storage Space for the Chino Hills Area. The Project is also suitable for the Site and the area, as there is a demonstrable need for self- storage in Southern California, generally, and in the Chino Hills area.5 Self-storage is a growing industry nationwide, but is particularly robust in California. Soaring real estate costs have created a need for large and small businesses to store excess inventory, equipment,displays, files, and other business materials at off-site locations (e.g., architects and real estate developers who are mandated by State to store"hard copies"of plans and attorneys who are required to store client files). Similarly, given the uptick in home-based business and professionals who work remotely, as well as the housing crisis, self-storage is filling a very real need for efficient individual and business off-site storage. Thus, there is a demand for self-storage facilities to provide an unmet and growing need for storage solutions. Self-storage is a clean industry that provides entrepreneurs, home-based businesses, start-ups, small businesses, and individuals a safe, convenient, and cost-effective place to store materials on a short- or long-term basis. The Project's tenants are expected to include primarily small business owners, law offices, real estate professionals, developers, architects, and pharmaceutical and medical sale e representatives. The Project also includes community open meeting space and conference rooms for the use of the community,providing space for local businesses and groups to convene without leaving Chino Hills. By allowing prospective tenants to free up valuable floor space for critical equipment and new employees, and providing a clean, safe space for meetings, the Project will facilitate growth of small businesses in Chino Hills. In summary, as the Planning Commissioners recognized, self-storage is an appropriate use of the Site and will bring benefits to the community.6 5 See MJ.Partners Self Storage Group,Self-Storage Market Overview-Third Quarter 2018 Results,Analysis of the Public Self Storage Companies,available at: http://mjpartners.com/research/market-reports/mjpartners-market- report-2018-3q.pdf(showing the strength of the Los Angeles and the Southern California self-storage market in terms of economic performance(i.e.,95%occupancy rates and revenue growth of 2 to 5%)on the one hand,and the underperformance of these markets in terms of new supply pipeline on the other hand);Catherine Liu,Trepp Analytics,Mobile Home and Self-Storage Sectors Boast Sterling Performance,dated October 19,2017,available at: https://info.trepp..com/trepptalk/mobile-home-and-self-storaue-sectors-boast-sterling-performance(comparing the risk of all commercial loan failures(MSBS loans),that shows that self-storage sector is"generally well-performing and subject to minimal loss rates and low delinquency percentages,"and is generally resistant to the rough economic downturns). 6 Audio recording of 12/18/2019 Planning Commission meeting,at 1:46:16(comments from Commissioner Romero ["there are a lot of small businesses out there that use their garage for storage. They may be home businesses or what not or virtual reality businesses,they will get the cargo containers and they will park them in their driveway. I think it's going to alleviate some of that."]);at 1:48:39(comments from Commissioner Blum["The use to me has never been an issue. It's an appropriate use;it's a good use and will be utilized quite heavily by the community."].) DOWNEYBRAND 159/210 The City Council February 15, 2019 Page 5 III. The Project Complies With the City's General Plan, Zoning Designation, and Design Guidelines. Finally,we note that the Project is consistent with all the applicable codes,plans, and regulations. The Site is designated as a Business Park under the City's General Plan and has a zoning designation of PD 50-153 (Business Park). (12/4/2018 Staff Report to Planning Commission for Agenda Item No. 7c("Planning Commission Staff Report"), at p.4). As outlined in the Planning Commission Staff Report, a self-storage use fully conforms with the Site's General Plan and the zoning designations, as a self-storage use is conditionally permitted within the Business Park zoning district. (Ibid.). The Planning Commission Staff Report also found that the Project is in conformance with the development standards and guidelines of the PD 50-153. (Id. at pp. 4-8.) Thus, the Project is consistent with all the applicable City regulations, including building height, lot coverage, and floor area ratio, and no variances are required for the Project. Further, even the December 17, 2001 Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions, and Easements For Fairfield Ranch Business Center("CC&R"), explicitly allows the development of a storage use on the Property as well. (CC&R, Recital B). IV. The Project Will Have Minimal Environmental Impacts. As discussed above, a self-storage use is the least-intensive, feasible commercial use for the Site, as it will result in minimal impacts to traffic and requires very little parking demand. The Project was found to be categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act,pursuant to the Infill Development Exemption. (12/18/2018 Planning Commission Agenda Staff Report for Agenda Item No. 7b, at pp. 3-5.) The Project was found to have no significant air quality, noise,traffic, or water quality environmental impacts, or result in any significant cumulative impacts. (Id. at pp.4- 5.) In fact,the Project will vastly improve the safety and visual character of the Site, and will bring significant benefits to the surrounding community. Conclusion The Project is the optimal use for the Site, and will serve a currently unmet regional demand of for self-storage. The Project fully complies with all applicable plans, guidelines, and regulations, and is compatible with the surrounding neighborhood both in terms of use and size. The Project's contemporary aesthetic design will improve the visual character of the subject Center and will ensure that the Center is safe and adequately maintained in the future. Accordingly, we encourage you to approve this SPR and the CUP without further delay. DOWN EYBRAND 160/210 The City Council February 15, 2019 Page 6 Very truly yours, DOWNEY BRAND LLP Kathryn L. Oehlschlager KLO DOWNEY BRAND 161/210 Public Comment (Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05) 162/210 Siobhan M. Byrne RECEIVED 2044 Turquoise Circle Chino Hills, CA 91709 323-775-6535 F E 3 _ 7 2019 January 28, 2019 CITY OF CHINO HILLS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT To Whom it May Concern, My name is Siobhan Byrne and I have resided in Chino Hills for over 30 years at my home located in the Community known as Summit Ranch which is located within the new system which carves the City into Districts(I am now a part of District#2 and Mayor Peter Rogers is my Councilman). In those same 30 years, I have worked as an Asset Manager for high net worth individuals who own portfolios of mixed use developments,shopping centers and office buildings. As a Asset Manager, it's my role to advise ownership of not only things that can be quantified by actual financials etc. but also, and probably more important,I also provide forecasts as to what is going to happen to their assets in the future based on what decision ownership makes today and too what is occurring in the market around their Property and how what's happening today will impact their Property's valuation tomorrow. BTW, before we get too deep here into"my story",I want, in full disclosure,tell you that Applicant and I worked together back+20 yrs(1988 thru 1989)at a Shopping Center Development firm known as GVD Investment(I stayed in Asset Mgmt side of business while Nancy left to do more Ground up Development).Also,again in full disclosure,Councilman Peter Rogers, is a neighbor and what I would consider a long-time friend. A friend that you do not see too often but are always glad to say hello tol When I first heard about Applicant's Project,and saw what Nancy's building was going to look like, I was delighted,as her building is simply a great looking design and will bring to the subject Center a much needed"breath of fresh air/good Karma"to a Center who desperately needs it. After review, I then sent in a letter of support based on her 1st round elevations. (as did others, inclusive of Archibald's,an owner within subject center). This plan had great wall art that I believed brought life to what would be some"blank" looking panels. I was disappointed to find out that the art work was deleted by limitations put forth by the City Attorney, (something about First Amendment). That being said,event without my favored wall art, I was pleased to hear Nancy's/Applicant's Use and Design was well received by Staff as is evidenced by Staff's"findings"and then formally approved by Planning Commission with a 4-1 vote at their Dec. 18th Hearing. I would have attended both meetings had I thought there would be such scrutiny for what I believe to be an obvious"no brainer"and do so with unanimously approval. Imagine my surprise when I now hear City Council voted to disregard it's own Staff's recommendations and too overturn it's own Planning Commission's Approval and is now"calling"this small but much needed Development up for Council's review. i 63/2 tO Certainly,Council has right to do so. But I respectfully have to ask why? Besides Staff's and Planning Commission Approval,there has not been one person show up at hearings who objected to this project. I want to share my thoughts on this project with all: This Mixed-Use Shopping Center has its own struggles today and really is a challenge—not only to manage but to make successful. The development has 4 owners/operators of which 3 are absentee and residing out of the Country much of the time. To me it is obvious that not one is watching the development and there is a lack of cohesiveness when you visit the center. The condition of the vacant pads and the parking lots tell a story. I spent 3 hours at the Center on Monday,Jan. 14,2019,trying to understand"why" Council has taken the position it has and came away even more convinced than ever before that Council must approve Applicant's planned Use and Building Design. Know,the Asset Manager in me takes over whenever I visit commercial real estate and after many years in this business, I can tell you unless the"Declarant"takes control of the project and the original REA agreements,this project is going to spiral downward. Who is the Declarant? Per the REA the Declarant is the entity related to the REA that has the largest amount of land in the project. When Nancy's project is approved,the Applicant(Nancy)will be the Declarant. I know that after spending 15 million on this project they will insure that the surrounding area is kept to a first-class manner and I trust Nancy, (with her many years of experience in this business)to guarantee that this first class condition will be achieved and maintained. Here are some the things I observed on Monday and within just a couple of hours driving in and around the Project. Please note that this list below notes items that are all management related issues that would not exist if you had an active Declarant and would not exist if Nancy's project moves forward. • at hard corner, Center's Signage in disrepair • at entrance to Center is mangled chain link fence with weeds framing that main entrance • landscape maintenance-basically no one is doing or being done professionally • parking lot lights-I counted 9 out making the center quite dark(keep in mind the Dec 18th murder that occurred in this Center's lot...did darkness contribute to this very sad event? owners have exposure to lawsuit over this incident and which, my guess, none have even thought about their exposure • big rigs parking on the vacant lot • concrete debris illegally dumped on vacant lot • plastic containers placed behind, but still quite visible, Hotel's trash enclosure-just water?or some hazardous material? • Cal Trans fencing-holes cut to make for easy trespassing I do have pictures of all the above and will make those available. 164121 0 In closing,Applicant's Building is not only stunning and forward thinking but the Applicant's Use is highly needed for Chino Hills residents(especially folks who work from home). The Applicant's lobby area Is innovative in the Self Storage sector with its lobby feeling and looking like a hotel lobby and allowing it's EBAY/Amazon customers a "one stop"facility in which their units act as a fulfilment center (store inventory and marketing material)and from the lobby mail/receive product/inventory for their home based business. In closing, I still have to ask why this hasn't already moved forward especially,on an unimproved lot that has been in its current state for over a decade. I ask that you please approve this Project and don't loose this"bird in the hand"as the market has been telling you for a decade that retail won't work here and for sure office does not work here either. Approval is a "no brainer"and support this Applicant's Use and Design. Please also note that while I have lived in our community for over 30 years, I have never felt the need to step in and actively endorse a project. Being a professional real estate individual, I have refrained from stepping into this real estate arena in my home town. This project has changed my approach as I truly believe that project needs to be unanimously approved and for some unknown reason seems to be delayed. In real estate we have a saying that time kills all deals. Please approve this project before the opportunity is lost. Respectfully Siobhan M. Byrne i 65/210 RESOLUTION NO. 2018-24 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPRO1 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INDOOR SELF- STORAGE FACILITY AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT NOW, THEREFORE, THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The Planning Commission does hereby make the following findings of fact: A. The applicant, Magellan Architecture, requested approval of Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 to allow the development of an indoor self-storage facility within the existing Fairfield Ranch Business Park development. The proposed facility would consist of a 130,149-square foot, three-story building providing 128,149 square feet of self-storage area (approximately 1,000 leasable storage units) and a 2,000-square foot guest lobby and office area. The project would also include associated parking, circulation, and landscape improvements. B. The project would develop the vacant pad consisting of approximately 64,250 square feet located to the east of the Chino Hills Hotel within the existing Fairfield Ranch Business Park development (located southwest of the intersection of Soquel Canyon Parkway and Fairfield Ranch Road). The Assessor's Parcel Number for the property (including the vacant pad, existing parking and circulation improvements, and land within the adjacent Southern California Edison easement) is 1028-641-21. C. Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 is to allow the construction of a 130,149-square foot, three-story, indoor self-storage facility and associated parking, circulation, and landscape improvements on an approximately 3.2-acre project site. D. Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 is to allow the establishment and operation of the self-storage use. { E. The proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act(CEQA) pursuant to Section 15332 (in- fill development projects) of the CEQA Guidelines. Section 15332 provides 1 of 10 166/210 that projects characterized as in-fill developments and meeting the following conditions are exempt from CEQA: i. The project is consistent with the applicable general plan designation and all applicable general plan policies as well as with applicable zoning designation and regulations. ii. The proposed development occurs within city limits on a project site of no more than five acres substantially surrounded by urban uses. iii. The project site has no value as habitat for endangered, rare or threatened species. iv. Approval of the project would not result in any significant effects relating to traffic, noise, air quality, or water quality. v. The site can be adequately served by all required utilities and public services. The proposed project is an in-fill project consisting of the development of a vacant property within an existing shopping center. As discussed below, the proposed projects conforms to the conditions specified in Section 15332. i. As further explained in Sections 2 and 3 of this resolution, the project site is designated as Business Park in the City's General Plan Land Use Plan and the property is zoned PD 50-153 (Business Park). The self-storage facility is a conditionally permitted use within the zoning district. The proposed project conforms to the applicable development standards of the zoning district. ii. The proposed development is located entirely within the City limits. While the property as a whole is 5.39 acres, the area impacted by the development of the project is anticipated to be approximately 3.2 acres (including the building pad, existing and new parking improvements, and landscape improvements). The site is bordered to the north by commercial uses(restaurants and service retail)and their parking and site improvements, to the west is a hotel and its parking and site improvements, to the south is the continuation of the hotel and the SR-71 freeway, and to the east is Soquel Canyon Parkway/Central Avenue a highly trafficked street with single-family residences beyond. Further, approximately 1.8 acres of the site is unusable because it is subject to an easement by SCE; the actual usable area of the project site is 3.59 acres. iii. This is a previously graded area devoid of any significant vegetation and surrounded by urban uses (as described above). The project site does not have any value as habitat. iv. Staff has determined that the proposed project would generate approximately 326 trips per day, 20 a.m. peak hour trips, and 34 p.m. peak hour trips as determined based on a review ITE's Trip Generation Manual. The City's threshold for the preparation of a traffic impact analysis is 50 trips in the a.m. or p.m. peak hour. The 2 of 10 167/210 proposed self-storage facility would generate 5 fewer daily trips, 27 fewer a.m. peak hour trips, and 11 fewer p.m. peak hour trips than the previously consider 30,000-square foot office, which would generate 331 daily trips, 47 a.m. peak hour trips, and 45 p.m. peak hour trips. Noise and air pollutant emissions associated with a business park use are caused primarily by vehicular traffic. As discussed above, the project would generate fewer trips than the previous office proposal for the site. The proposed project is not anticipated to generate any significant impact relating to traffic, noise, or air quality. The project will conform to all applicable requirements and regulations for water quality and will not generate a significant impact in this regard as shown in the water quality report prepared for this project. v. The proposed project can be adequately served by all required utilities and public services because it is located in an already developed, urban area and is part of an existing center adequately served by utilities. Finally, there are no "exceptions" to this categorical exemption that apply because: i. There will be no damage to scenic resources within an official state scenic highway designated under Str& H C §262 because there are no scenic highways nearby. Pub Res C §21084(c); 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(d). ii. The center where the project will be located is not a listed hazardous waste site. Pub Res C §21084(d); 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(e). iii. There will be no substantial adverse change in the significance of a historical resource as specified by Pub Res C §21084.1 because this site is vacant and in a fairly recently constructed business park. 14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(f). iv. There is no reasonable possibility of a significant effect on the environment due to unusual circumstances (14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(c)) nor are there significant cumulative impacts from projects of the same type will result (14 Cal Code Regs §15300.2(b) because the Center the project is located within was thoroughly studied as part of an Environmental Impact Report ("EIR") and in subsequent addendums to the EIR in the past. v. Condition of Approval 32 requires a nesting bird survey be performed prior to issuance of grading permits if project clearing will occur during the avian nesting season. Performance of the survey and implementation of the contingency measures outlined in the condition will prevent potential impacts to nesting birds. vi. Condition of Approval 33 requires the monitoring of all grading activities for the potential discovery of unanticipated cultural or 3 of 10 168/210 paleontological resources. The proposed project meets the conditions set forth in Section 15332 for in- fill development projects and is categorically exempt from CEQA. F. Notice of the public hearing regarding this project was mailed to property owners within a 300-foot radius of the project site on November 21, 2018. The description of the proposal and the hearing date were also published in the Chino Hills Champion on November 24, 2018. G. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on December 4, 2018, opened the public hearing and took public testimony on the project, and continued the public hearing to the I! December 18, 2018, Planning Commission meeting and directing staff to work with the applicant on incorporating architectural enhancements into the project design. H. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills continued the duly noticed public hearing on December 18, 2018, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all �I correspondence received on the project. �II'I SECTION 2. With regard to the approval of Site Plan Review 18SPR01, based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for this item, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission does further find, pursuant to Section 16.76.060 (required findings for Site Plan Approval) of the Development Code as follows: A. FINDING: That the proposed uses are consistent with the General Plan; FACT: The General Plan Land Use Map designates this property as Business Park and the property's zoning designation is PD 50-153 (Business Park). Title 16, Appendix A (Regulation of Uses by Zoning District) of the Chino Hills Municipal Code (CHMC) stipulates that a "mini-warehouse" use is subject to the review and approval of a Conditional Use Permit. Section 16.02.250 of the CHMC defines a "mini-warehouse" as "a structure containing separate storage spaces of three hundred (300) square feet or less which are designed to be leased or rented separately." The proposed self-storage facility provides separate storage spaces for lease or rent, the largest of which is 300 square feet; thus, the proposed self-storage facility is consistent with the "mini-warehouse" use, which is conditionally permitted in the Business Park zoning district. 4of10 169/210 The proposed project conforms to the General Plan in that the project proposes the development of a self-storage facility, which is a conditionally permitted use with the Business Park zoning district. PD 50-153 and Title 16 (Development Code) of the CHMC are implementation tools of the General Plan and provide development standards and guidelines for commercial projects to ensure that projects reflect the concepts identified in the General Plan for the Business Park designation. As discussed above and in the subsequent sections of this report, the proposed project conforms to the development standards and guidelines of PD 50-153 and the applicable sections of the Development Code. Therefore, the proposed project is consistent with the General Plan and zoning designations of the property. B. FINDING: That the nature, condition, and development of adjacent uses, buildings, and structures have been considered, and that the uses will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings, or structures; FACT:: The proposed indoor, self-storage facility is surrounded on three sides by other properties within the same commercial center that are zoned for commercial and business park uses. Single-family residences are located to the east of the project and will be buffered from the development by the landscaped 25-foot street side setback and Soquel Canyon Parkway. The development of commercial businesses is an appropriate use for this parcel. New commercial construction will not adversely affect the surrounding area. C. FINDING: That the site for the proposed use is of adequate size and shape to accommodate the use and buildings proposed; FACT: The project site is approximately 3.2 acres in size, and the building footprint of the proposed facility is approximately 45,000 square feet. The proposed project complies with the applicable building setbacks, lot coverage, and landscape requirements. Vehicular and pedestrian access to the site and interior circulation meet the City standards, while at the same time providing safe access for emergency vehicles. All utilities have been designed to be located on site with connections to larger systems such as sewer, water, and electricity, as appropriate. As such, the site adequately accommodates the proposed use and building. 5 of 10 170/210 D. FINDING: That the proposed use complies with all applicable development standards of the zoning district; FACT: The proposed project meets all development standards for the PD 50-153 (Business Park) zoning district in regards to height, building setbacks, and landscape coverage. With the construction of the proposed project, the center is required to provide 343 parking spaces. As proposed, the construction of the project would result in a parking supply of 323 spaces, which is 20 fewer spaces than required by the Development Code. Section 16.34.090B of the Development Code allows for shared parking for separate uses within the same development subject to approval of a shared parking analysis by the City. Staff has reviewed the shared parking analysis prepared for the project and concurs with its finding that sufficient parking will be provided at all times for all uses within the development as required pursuant to the aforementioned Development Code section. Thus, the proposed project is in conformance with all applicable development standards of the zoning district. E. FINDING: That the proposed use observes the spirit and intent of this Development Code; FACT: The proposed project is the development of a commercial use within the PD 50-153 (Business Park)zoning district. The project complies with all applicable development standards, complies with the Non-Residential Design Guidelines specified in Section 16.09 of the Chino Hills Development Code. Therefore, the project is consistent with the purpose and intent of the Development Code. SECTION 3. With regard to the approval of Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05, based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for this item, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission does further find, pursuant to Section 16.68.050 of the Development Code, as follows: A. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use is consistent with the General Plan; FACT: The General Plan Land Use Map designates this property as Business Park and the property's zoning designation is PD 50-153 (Business Park). Title 16, Appendix A (Regulation of Uses by Zoning District) of the Chino Hills Municipal Code (CHMC) stipulates that a "mini-warehouse" use is subject to the 6 of 10 171/210 { review and approval of a Conditional Use Permit. Section 16.02.250 of the CHMC defines a "mini-warehouse" as "a structure containing separate storage spaces of three hundred (300) square feet or less which are designed to be leased or rented separately." The proposed self-storage facility provides separate storage spaces for lease or rent, the largest of which is 300 square feet; thus, the proposed self-storage facility is consistent with the "mini-warehouse" use, which is conditionally permitted in the Business Park zoning district. The proposed project conforms to the General Plan in that the project proposes the development of a self-storage facility, which is a conditionally permitted use with the Business Park zoning district. PD 50-153 and Title 16 (Development Code) of the CHMC are implementation tools of the General Plan and provide development standards and guidelines for commercial projects to ensure that projects reflect the concepts identified in the General Plan for the Business Park designation. As discussed above and in the subsequent sections of this report, the proposed project conforms to the development standards and guidelines of PD 50-153 and the applicable sections of the Development Code. Therefore, the proposed project is consistent with the General Plan and zoning designations of the property. B. FINDING: That the nature, condition, and development of adjacent uses, buildings, and structures have been considered, and that the use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings, or structures; FACT: The proposed indoor, self-storage facility is surrounded on three sides by other properties within the same commercial center that are zoned for commercial and business park uses. Single-family residences are located to the east of the project and will be buffered from the development by the landscaped 25-foot street side setback and Soquel Canyon Parkway. The development of commercial businesses is an appropriate use for this parcel. New commercial construction will not adversely affect the surrounding area. C. FINDING: That the site for the proposed conditional use is of adequate size and shape to accommodate the use and buildings proposed; FACT: The project site is approximately 3.2 acres in size, and the building footprint of the proposed facility is approximately 45,000 7 of 10 172/210 square feet. The proposed project complies with the applicable building setbacks, lot coverage, and landscape requirements. Vehicular and pedestrian access to the site and interior circulation meet the City standards, while at the same time providing safe access for emergency vehicles. All utilities have been designed to be located on site with connections to larger systems such as sewer, water, and electricity, as appropriate. As such, the site adequately accommodates the proposed use and building. D. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use complies with all applicable development standards of the zoning district; FACT: The proposed project meets all development standards for the PD 50-153 (Business Park) zoning district in regards to height, building setbacks, and landscape coverage. With the construction of the proposed project, the center is required to provide 343 parking spaces. As proposed, the construction of the project would result in a parking supply of 323 spaces, which is 20 fewer spaces than required by the Development Code. Section 16.34.090B of the Development Code allows for shared parking for separate uses within the same development subject to approval of a shared parking analysis by the City. Staff has reviewed the shared parking analysis prepared for the project and concurs with its finding that sufficient parking will be provided at all times for all uses within the development as required pursuant to the aforementioned Development Code section. Thus, the proposed project is in conformance with all applicable development standards of the zoning district. E. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use observes the spirit and intent of this Development Code; FACT: The proposed project is the development and operation of a commercial use within the PD 50-153 (Business Park) zoning district. The project complies with all applicable development standards, complies with the Non-Residential Design Guidelines specified in Section 16.09 of the Chino Hills Development Code. Therefore, with the approval of Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and, Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05, the project is consistent with the purpose and intent of the Development Code. 8 of 10 173/210 SECTION 4. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills does hereby approve Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05, subject to the Conditions of Approval labeled as Exhibit "A" and incorporated into this resolution by reference and the Project Plans on file with the Planning Commission Secretary. SECTION 5. The City Clerk shall certify as to the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this 18th day of December, 2018. STEPHEN ROMERO, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: EMILY ORTIZ PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM: ELIZABETH M. CALCIANO ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY III 9 of 10 174/210 1 { STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, EMILY ORTIZ, Planning Commission Secretary of the City of Chino Hills, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. PC 2018-24 was duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Chino Hills Planning Commission held on the 18th day of December 2018, by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: BLUM, ELIASON, ROMERO, VOIGT NOES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: STOVER ABSENT: COMMISSION MEMBERS: EMILY ORTIZ PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY 10 of 10 175/210 CITY OF CHINO HILLS Conditions of Approval f-��1► Site Plan Review 18SPR01 Ch no Hills Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 Storage District at Fairfield Ranch Business Park PLANNING DIVISION INFORMATIONAL / ONGOING — GENERAL: 1. Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 shall become null and void: (1) Unless substantial construction has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after approval of said Site Plan Review. (2) Where circumstances beyond the control of the applicant cause delays which do not permit compliance with the time limitations established in this section, the Planning Commission may grant an extension of time for a period not to exceed an additional thirty-six (36) months. Applications for such extension of time must set forth in writing the reasons for this extension and shall be filed together with a fee as established by the City Council with the Planning Division thirty (30) calendar days before the expiration of the Site Plan Review. The applicant will be responsible for initiating any extension of time. 2. The applicant or its successors in interest shall indemnify, protect, defend (with legal counsel reasonably acceptable to the City), 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 approvals granted by the City 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. If the City Attorney is required to enforce any conditions of approval, all costs, including attorney's fees, shall be paid for by the applicant. 3. The applicant shall comply with requirements of all Federal, State, County, and local agencies as are applicable to this project. 4. A Notice of Exemption will be filed for this project; the applicant is responsible for paying all filing fees, including any fees required by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Within two (2) days of approval by the Planning Commission, the applicant shall submit to the Community Development Department a check City of Chino Hills 1 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 176/210 Storage District (18SPRO1 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval or money order in the amount of $50, payable to the County Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. The Community Development Department shall then file the Notice of Determination. Proof of the fee payment will be required prior to the issuance of grading or building permits required under Section 711.4 of the Fish and Game Code. 5. Approval of Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 allows for the construction of a 130,149-square foot, three-story, indoor self- storage facility. The facility consists of an approximately 2,000-square foot guest lobby and office area and 128,149 square feet of self-storage units. The project will also include the construction of 42 new parking spaces. 6. The development of the project shall be in substantial conformance with the plans, including the revised elevations labeled as Exhibit "E", and the colors and material palette as approved by the Planning Commission on December 18, 2018. Modifications to the plans may require subsequent review and approval by the Planning Commission as determined by the Community Development Director. The color palette shall incorporate a warm, earth tone color that is complementary to the earth tone colors featured on the existing buildings within the surrounding commercial development, as determined by the Community Development Director. The earth tone color shall be incorporated into all 1 elevations, including the west elevation. I� Icy II 7. The applicant shall comply with the conditions in the transmittal from the Chino Valley Independent Fire District Permit #2018-00000809, dated November 26, 2018, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated into these Conditions of Approval by this reference. 8. Noise emanating from the project shall not exceed the noise standards as listed in Chapter 16.48 Performance Standards of the City's Development Code and shall be in compliance with all requirements as stated in the Municipal Code. 9. Construction hours and operations shall be as follows: A. Construction shall be limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday, and shall be prohibited on Sundays and City listed Federal holidays in order to minimize disruption to existing residential neighborhoods; B. All construction vehicles or equipment fixed or mobile operated shall be equipped with properly operating and maintained mufflers; C. Stock piling and/or vehicle staging areas shall be located as far as practical from residential homes; D. The noisiest operations shall be arranged to occur together in the construction program to avoid continuing periods of greater annoyance. 10. The project site shall be fenced and screened, as required by the City, during construction. Signage to report dust or other construction-related nuisances shall City of Chino Hills 2 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 177/210 Storage District (18SPR01 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval be posted on site at,a location clearly visible to the public along the project site's frontages of Fairfield Ranch Road and Red Barn Court. 11. All areas within the project site shall be maintained free of trash and debris. 12. Any graffiti shall be removed within twenty-four (24) hours of being reported. Further, the applicant shall apply a coating to all perimeter walls that facilitates the removal of any graffiti. 13. Mandatory solid waste disposal services shall be provided by a City approved waste hauler to all parcels/lots or uses affected by approval of this project. 14. The applicant shall provide receptacles (bins) for the collection of refuse and recyclable materials, as well as a hose bib for washing collection areas. Prior to the issuance of building permits, the applicant shall provide documentation from Chino Hills Disposal stating that the number, size, and location of bins provided for the collection of refuse and recyclable materials generated by the project is adequate. Location of bins is subject to Community Development Director review and approval to ensure that the bin location minimizes visual obtrusion, complies with applicable setback requirements, and does not impede pedestrian or vehicular circulation. 15. The applicant shall provide documentation from Chino Hills Disposal stating that the dimensions of the refuse storage enclosure are of adequate size to accommodate containers consistent with the current methods of collection, are designed with a walk-in access component, and located and designed to facilitate trash truck access and pickup. 16. Refuse bins provided for the project shall have a non-combustible lattice cover and be enclosed by a six (6) foot high masonry wall with decorative caps that match the building architecture. Solid view-obstructing gates fitted with self- closing door devices shall be provided, 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 with protection for adverse environmental conditions which might render the collection materials unmarketable. 17. All ingress/egress driveways shall illustrate compliance with Section 16.06.080 Clear Corner Areas for Sight Visibility of the City's Municipal Code. Nothing shall be placed or allowed to grow taller than thirty (30) inches within the clear corner areas in a manner which obstructs visibility or threatens vehicular or pedestrian safety. 18. Pedestrian walkways within the project shall be provided with admixture colored concrete and/or design that enhance and complement the project. City of Chino Hills 3 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 178/210 Storage District(18SPR01 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval 19. Any signs shown on the site and elevation plans are conceptual only. Signs proposed for the project, including monument signs, shall be designed to conform to the sign provisions of the City's Development Code and shall require separate application for a comprehensive sign program, review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee in compliance with Chino Hills Municipal Code Chapter 16.38.034.D, which requires that application and processing requirements for comprehensive sign programs shall be the same as set forth in Chapter 16.78 Site Development Permits. 20. Drive surface contiguous with planter areas shall have a six (6) inch high raised concrete curb separation. Curbs adjacent to end parking stalls shall provide a step-out area a minimum of twelve (12) inches wide. 21. The project shall comply with the requirements of the City's Development Code and Title 15 of the Chino Hills Municipal Code, which incorporates by reference the California Building Code, for parking, including disabled-accessible spaces and loading spaces. Parking stalls shall be a minimum of nine (9) feet wide and nineteen (19) feet long. An overhang of two (2) feet is permitted. 22. The applicant shall require that all qualifying contractors and subcontractors exercise their option to obtain a Board of Equalization sub-permit for the jobsite and allocate all eligible use tax payments to the City of Chino Hills. Prior to commencement of any construction activity on-site the developer will require that the contractor or subcontractor provide the City of Chino Hills with either a copy of their BOE account number and sub-permit, or a statement that use tax does not apply to their portion of the project. 23. The project shall comply with the City's Trust Deposit Account Procedures and Agreement. Trust Deposit Accounts shall show no deficits. If the associated trust deposit account shows a negative balance, then the project construction shall cease, including inspections. An estimated post-entitlement budget will be provided to the applicant by City staff prior to plan review. 24. There shall be no outdoor storage associated with the project. 25. All roof-mounted equipment shall be architecturally screened from ground level view (from the parking area and adjacent surface streets) by the parapet wall. All building drainage gutters, down spouts, vents, and other roof protrusions shall be concealed from view within exterior walls. Ladders for roof access shall be mounted on the inside of the buildings. 26. All utility, mechanical, and electrical equipment, including fire risers, shall be enclosed within the buildings. 27. All landscape areas throughout the site, including parking lot landscaping, shall be maintained in accordance with the approved project landscape plans and the requirements of the City's Municipal Code. City of Chino Hills 4 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 179/210 Storage District(18SPR01 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval 28. The normal hours of operation for the guest lobby and storage facility shall be 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Customers may be granted access to the storage facility outside of the normal hours of operation via a client-specific access code. 29. Electronic security and access control shall be provided throughout the building and along the building perimeter. Security monitoring shall be provided on a 24- hour a day basis. 30. The loading docks at the rear of the building shall be secured outside of normal operating hours. Plans for the design of the security barrier shall be submitted for review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee prior to the issuance of building permits for compliance with the Chino Hills Municipal Code. The security barrier shall be complementary to the design of the project in design, color, and material. 31. Final as-built plans for the project and all subsequent modifications shall be submitted to the Community Development Director in acceptable digital format. PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF GRADING PERMIT: 32. If project clearing and construction must occur during the avian nesting season (February 1st to September 1st), a survey for active nests must be conducted by a biologist, who must be approved by the Community Development Director on the basis that qualifications meet acceptable professional standards„ one to two weeks prior to the activities to determine the presence/absence, location, and status of any active nests, including those of burrowing owls, on or adjacent to the project site. In the event that active nests are discovered on-site, a suitable buffer determined by the qualified biologist(e.g. 30-50 feet for passerines)should be established around such active nests. No ground disturbing activities shall occur within this buffer until the biologist has confirmed that breeding/nesting is completed and the young have fledged the nest. Limits of construction to avoid a nest site shall be established in the field by a qualified biologist with flagging and stakes or construction fencing. Construction personnel shall be instructed regarding the ecological sensitivity of the fenced area. The results of the survey shall be documented and filed with the Community Development Director within five days after the survey. 33. Prior to any grading or ground disturbance, the applicant shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director that qualified and state certified archaeological and paleontological monitors have been retained to monitor all grading activities for the potential discovery of cultural or paleontological resources. 34. Prior to the issuance of grading permits, a vector survey of the site shall be conducted by the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District (at the expense of the applicant). The results of the survey and a vector control plan shall be submitted to the Planning Division for review and approval. The plan shall be implemented in accordance with standards of the West Valley Mosquito it City of Chino Hills 5 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 180/210 Storage District(18SPR01 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval and Vector Control District in order to reduce impacts to surrounding residences. 35. Landscape plans shall be submitted to the Community Development Department for review and approval prior to the issuance of building permits. Landscape and irrigation shall be provided for all unpaved project areas. The Landscape Plans shall comply with Chapter 16.07 Landscape and Water Conservation Guidelines of the City's Development Code. 36. A registered landscape architect, licensed by the State of California, shall design all landscape architecture documents. 37. Unless deemed infeasible by the Community Development Director, all landscape irrigation shall use recycled water. 38. All trees shall be planted at least fifteen (15) feet from any overhead light standard. 39. A wall and fence plan shall be submitted for review and approval by the Planning Division for compliance with the following criteria. All walls and fences shall complement the architectural style of the development and be constructed of decorative durable materials such as masonry, masonry combination, stone, brick, wrought iron, or a comparable material. All walls shall have decorative wall caps. The fence and wall plan shall include the following: A. All retaining wall elevations, sections, and layouts B. All fencing elevations, sections, and layouts C. All masonry wall elevations, sections, and layouts D. All specifications and details E. All entry monuments and their signs F. All pilaster elevations, sections, and layouts PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS: 40. The applicant shall submit a photometric lighting plan that illustrates that there is 19 no light spillover beyond the project property line for review and approval by the Community Development Department. Exterior building and parking lot lights • shall be provided with decorative lighting fixtures. Exterior lighting for the project shall be designed to be confined to within the project site. Light shields shall be ; used to block light and reduce spill over light and glare as necessary. Light spill over on the property shall be zero foot-candles at the property line. • 41. The electrical and lighting plans for the project shall include the backlighting of the faux windows, shutters, and accent lighting for the building elevations. All exterior lights shall be decorative and compatible with the building's architecture. All lighting systems shall be maintained in good working order for the life of the project. City of Chino Hills 6 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 181/210 Storage District (18SPRO1 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval 42. Additional architectural features and/or treatments shall be incorporated into the east elevation of the project to enhance this elevation and provide increased visual interest. The additional architectural features and/or treatments shall not be a photograph, picture, text, sign or any other illustrative or graphic display depicting someone or something. The additional features and/or treatments shall enhance and complement the architectural theme of the project, as determined by the Community Development Director. 43. Contractors and sub-contractors for the developer shall obtain a City business license; show proof of a valid State Contractor's License and a valid Certificate of Worker's Compensation. 44. The development is subject to all applicable fees, charges, deposits for services to be rendered, and securities required pursuant to Resolution No. 2015R-27, as amended or superseded, prior to final inspection. 45. The development is subject to Chino Hills Municipal Code Chapter 3.40, requiring payment of Development Impact Fees, as amended or superseded prior to issuance of building permit, and shall be paid to the City prior to building permit issuance, pursuant to the current City development impact fee schedule. 46. The developer shall provide certification from the appropriate school district as required by California Government Code Section 53080(b) that any fee, charge, dedication or other form or requirement levied by the governing board of the district pursuant to Government Code Section 53080(a) has been satisfied. 47. All fees (capital connection, inspection, encroachment, meter, deposit, etc.) must be paid. 48. Developer must provide bicycle-parking facilities in accordance with Chapter 16.34, Table 65-2 Number of Bicycle Parking Spaces Required of the City's Development Code and Section 5.106 of the California Green Building Code (CGBC), subject to the review and approval of the Community Development Director or designee. Where a conflict pertaining to bicycle parking amenities exists between the City's Development Code and the California Green Building Code, the more stringent requirement shall be applicable. 49. A covenant, approved as to form by the City Attorney, shall be recorded against the Applicant's property describing the combined parking arrangement and granting access and parking rights to all of the parcels in the Fairfield Ranch Business Center in compliance with Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 16.34.090, subsection B. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 50. Exterior lighting for the project shall comply with the approved photometric lighting plan pursuant to Condition Number 40 such that all exterior lighting is City of Chino Hills 7 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 182/210 Storage District(18SPR01 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval confined to within the project site. Light shields shall be used to block light and reduce spill over light and glare as necessary. Prior to the final inspection and issuance of a certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall schedule an evening inspection with the Planning Division to verify compliance with this requirement. 51. All required improvements shall be installed and deemed complete prior to occupancy. The applicant shall be responsible for coordinating inspections with the Community Development Department (including lighting, landscaping, and overall conformance with the approved entitlement) prior to the final inspection by the Building &Safety Division and the issuance of the certificate of occupancy. 52. All Trust Deposit Accounts associated with the project shall show no deficits. All deficits shall be paid in full before a Certificate of Occupancy is issued. BUILDING & SAFETY DIVISION PRIOR TO THE SUBMITTAL OF PRECISE GRADE PLANS: 53. Precise Grading Plans shall comply with and incorporate all items of the approved Site Plan. Precise plans shall incorporate all site development for review, including access compliance, private storm drain, private sewer and private water, all easements, fire service line, site electrical, parking, trash enclosures, landscape areas, utility vaults, light standards, buildings, etc. 54. All drainage shall be collected by on-site storm drains. No drainage shall enter the street. 55. Plans shall incorporate all the requirements of the currently adopted State of California Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Energy and Green Building Codes, as incorporated by reference and amended in the Chino Hills Municipal Code. 56. All walls and retaining structures necessary to complete the grading shall be submitted to the Building Division for review and approval as consistent with the approved fencing and wall plan approved pursuant to Condition Number 39 above, prior to issuance of a precise grading permit. 57. If the site was previously rough graded, two approved Geotechnical Report of Rough Grading shall be submitted at the time of precise grade plan check submittal. If site was not rough graded, then two approved Geotechnical Report shall be submitted at the time of precise grade plan check. Approved means approved by the City's Geotechnical Engineer. No grading plans will be accepted for review without a City approved soils report. 58. The entire site shall be fenced off with a temporary chain link fencing with a green fabric backing. The fencing shall remain in place and shall be maintained in good appearance until the project has been completed, or until such time as determined by the Building Official. City of Chino Hills 8 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 183/210 Storage District (18SPR01 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 59. Certification of precise grade and compaction shall be submitted on approved City form, as incorporated by reference and amended in the Chino Hills Municipal Code. 60. Plans shall comply with all the requirements of the currently adopted State of California Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Energy and Green Building Codes. 61. All roof drainage (except overflow) shall be collected by concealed roof drains and conducted under ground to on-site storm drains. No roof drainage shall flow over sidewalks or parking areas. PRIOR TO FOUNDATION INSPECTION: 62. Certification of building location and elevation, wet stamped and signed by • the Civil Engineer of record shall be provided prior to foundation inspection. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 63. All utilities and circulation elements necessary to serve the building shall be installed, and accepted prior to final inspection. 64. All required sign offs from all applicable City Divisions/Departments and outside agencies shall be obtained prior to any final inspection or utility releases. 65. All structures and on site improvements including but not limited to parking areas and walkways shall comply with all the requirements of the currently adopted State of California Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Energy and Green Building Codes, as incorporated by reference and amended in the Chino Hills Municipal Code. 66. No occupancy of any business shall be permitted until such time as the Certificate of Occupancy is issued for the subject use. This includes but is not limited to stocking, on site hiring of employees and/or employee training. 67. No public/employee access to the building will be allowed until the building has received a final inspection and occupancy approval. 68. All applicable planting, irrigation, walls, and improvements required prior to commencement of operation shall be installed. 69. Certification of finish roof elevation, wet stamped and signed by the Civil Engineer of record shall be provided prior to final inspection. City of Chino Hills 9 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 184/210 Storage District (18SPRO1 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT GRADING: 70, Grading of the subject property shall be in accordance with California Building Code, City Grading Standards, and accepted grading practices. The final grading plan shall be in substantial conformance with the approved conceptual grading plan. 71. All cut and fill slopes shall: A. Not exceed a ratio of 2 horizontal to 1 vertical unless otherwise recommended by the engineering geologist and approved by the City Engineer and Building Official. B. Minimum setbacks from slopes, if any, shall conform to the California Building Code, as incorporated by reference and amended in the Chino Hills Municipal Code. C. Comply with recommendations of the approved geology and soils report. 72. Erosion control devices shall be installed at all perimeter openings and slopes. No sediment shall leave the job site. All newly graded surfaces not immediately involved in construction shall have some method of erosion protection, i.e., mulching, fiber fabric, planting, or tackifier. 73-. Water spraying or other approved methods shall be used during grading operations to control fugitive dust. Recycled water shall be used for grading operations whenever available. 74. A soils report shall be prepared by a qualified engineer licensed by the State of California to perform such work. The Soils report shall be reviewed and approved by the City's Soils Consultant prior to issuance of grading permit. 75. A grading performance bond shall be required for this project. The amount of the performance bond shall not be less than one hundred percent (100%) of the total estimated cost of both cut and fill quantities for said grading work as determined by the Engineering Department. The City Attorney must approve the performance bond. 76. A Final Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) shall be submitted for this project and shall be approved by the City Engineer prior to issuance of any , grading permits as outlined by the State Water Resources Quality Control Board regulations. 77. A final Maintenance Agreement between the applicant/developer/owner and the City of Chino Hills must be recorded as part of the final WQMP plan. City of Chino Hills 10 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 185/210 Storage District (18SPRO1 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval 78. Any post-development storm flows to be discharged into adjacent properties or into any city or county maintained storm drain system shall not exceed 95% of the un-bulked undeveloped flows from this site. 79. Developer shall provide a copy of the Notice of Intent (NOI) and the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) filed with the State of California for the subject project prior to the issuance of any grading permit. DEDICATIONS AND EASEMENTS: 80. The Developer shall be solely responsible for the maintenance of all detention basins, but the City reserves the right to provide maintenance at the cost of the Developer if it is determined by the City that the basin is inadequately maintained. Funding for maintenance shall be provided by the Developer / Owner and be approved by the City. 81. Detention basin(s) and drainage courses shall be covered by private easements acceptable as to form as approved by the City Attorney. The easement documents shall grant the City of Chino Hills the right and authority to access and maintain the detention basin(s) at the applicant's sole cost, if the City determines that said basins are not being maintained by the developer/owner in compliance with the approved final Water Quality Management Plan and applicable water quality regulations. DRAINAGE: 82. Minimum concrete gradients shall be 0.5%, unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. Minimum asphalt gradients shall be 1%. 83. The site shall be designed such that all buildings are protected from 100-year storm flows in a manner approved by the City Engineer. • 84. Adequate provisions shall be made for acceptance and disposal of surface drainage entering the property from adjacent areas, if any. 85. All post development drainage shall be conducted in non-erodible devices to an approved storm drain system or approved natural drainage course covered by a private easement. 86. In addition to the drainage requirements stated herein, other on-site or off-site improvements may be required which cannot be determined from tentative plans at this time and would have to be reviewed after a more detailed study has been submitted to this office. 87. A one (1) year warranty bond shall be posted in the amount of 25% of the approved engineer's cost estimate for all improvements. City of Chino Hills 11 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit"A" 186/210 Storage District (18SPRO1 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval UTILITIES: 88. The applicant shall coordinate with affected utility companies and obtain any permits necessary for the development of this project. 89. Provide separate utility services including sewer, water, gas, electric power, including transformer, telephone and cable TV (all underground) in accordance with the utility provider standards. Easements shall be provided where necessary. 90. The developer shall be responsible for the relocation of any existing utility necessary as a result of the development. 91. Design, installation, materials and location of water and sewer improvements must meet the City's standard procedures and requirements, specifications, and AWWA guidelines for the design and construction of water, recycled water, and wastewater facilities to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. 92. All public easements for water/sewer mains or storm drains must have a minimum width of 20 feet unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. 93. Water, recycled water, and sewer mains must have a minimum horizontal separation of 10 feet unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. 94. Water, sewer and storm drain lines shall be located in the center of a given easement wherever possible to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. 95. All fire hydrants shall be installed per City standards with location and fire flow requirements as determined by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. 96. An application for recycled water service and an Engineer's Report shall be submitted to and approved by the Regional Water Quality Control Board through the City of Chino Hills. The Developer's engineer should contact the Water and Sewer Manager, Pubic Works Department at (909) 364-2800 for filing requirements. 97. Recycled water service shall have a separate meter from all other water systems. 98. All landscape irrigation shall use recycled water, where available. 99. Developer shall provide certifications for all public and private backflow devices , installed as part of the development. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ONGOING — GENERAL: 100. All landscaping shall feature drought tolerant landscape design and plant materials. City of Chino Hills 12 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 187/210 Storage District (18SPRO1 & 18CUP05) Conditions of Approval 101. All landscaping irrigation to be provided using a drip irrigation system. 102. Landscape shall be irrigated with recycled water. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF GRADING PERMITS: 103. An application for recycled water service and an Engineer's Report shall be submitted to and approved by the Regional Water Quality Control Board through the City of Chino Hills. The Developer's engineer should contact the Water and Sewer Manager, Pubic Works Department at (909) 364-2800 for filing requirements. PRIOR TO THE INSTALLATION OF RECYCLED WATER METER: 104. Cross connection testing of the recycled water irrigation system shall be completed and any deficiencies shall be corrected. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 105. All applicable recycled water requirements (signage, cross connection testing, etc.) shall be satisfied. END OF SEQUENTIAL CONDITIONS Project Manager: Ryan Gackstetter City of Chino Hills 13 of 13 December 18, 2018 Exhibit "A" 188/210 NO VAS; Chino ValleyFire District BorardofDirectors CO t t Mike Kreeger 4 �j +r President John DeMonaco p}�N43►1 € Vice President •-.0-0 14011 City Center Drive Sarah Ramos-Evinger Chino Hills,CA 91709 Ed Gray FIRE (909)902-5260 Administration HarvevLuth (909) 902-5250 Fax Chinovalleyfire.org Fire Chief Tim Shackelford November 26, 2018 2018-00000809 I Sorsirs, Inc. Project Name: The Storage District 1319 Miracielo Ct. San Marcos, CA 92078 Project Address: 15421 Fairfield Ranch Road Chino Hills, CA 91709 • It is a recommendation of the Fire District that the developer of every new construction project facilitate a preconstruction meeting. The meeting is to be scheduled with the Fire District Inspector for said project. a The following are the conditions of the above referenced permit/project. All conditions shall be adhered to, failure to comply with said conditions may result in the revocation of said permit and/or punitive fines as outlined in the Fire District fee schedule. We look forward to a cooperative working relationship throughout the project. Should you have any questions regarding the project, including the conditions as set forth herein,please feel free • to contact our office at (909) 902-5280. IFire Protection Requirements I P 1.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO RECORDATION: 1.1 Fire access roads shall be designed and plans submitted to the Fire District for approval. Fire access roads shall be constructed of an all-weather hard surface, such as, asphalt or Concrete, and be a minimum unobstructed width of 26 feet. The road grade shall not exceed twelve percent(12%) maximum. An approved turn around shall be provided at the end of each roadway in excess of 150 feet in length. Access roads shall comply with Fire District Standard No. 111 Special Districts Leadership Foundation - District of Distinction Since 2008 189/210 { 1.2 Water systems shall be designed to meet the required fire flow of this development and be approved by the Fire District. Buildings in excess of 100,000 square feet shall have a minimum of two (2) connections to a public main. The developer shall furnish the Fire District with three (3) copies of the water system working plans done by the installing contractor for approval,along with the Fire Flow Availability Form completed by the water purveyor prior to recordation. The required fire flow shall be determined by using the California Fire Code, current adopted edition. Water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102, and 103. For water connections and work conducted in the public right of way,please refer to separate plans reviewed and approved by the water purveyor. 1.3 Fire hydrants shall be six inch (6") diameter with a minimum one four inch (4") and one two and one-half inch(2-1/2") connections. All fire hydrants shall be spaced a maximum of three hundred feet (300') apart. Private water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102, and 114. All hydrants shall be installed with pavement markers to identify their locations. 1.4 Access drives which cross property lines shall be provided with CC & R's, access easements or reciprocating agreements and shall be recorded on the titles of affected properties. Copies of the recorded documents shall be provided at the time of Fire District plan review. 1.5 Underground fire mains which cross property lines shall be provided with CC & R's, easements, or reciprocating agreements addressing the use and maintenance of the mains and hydrants and shall be recorded on the titles of affected properties. In the event the project includes a fire water pump that is shared by more than one parcel, applicant shall provide CC&R's recorded against each parcel that address the maintenance and operation of the fire water pump to the satisfaction of the Fire District. Copies of the recorded documents shall be provided at the time of Fire District plan review. 2.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 2.1 Fire access roads shall be constructed and approved by the Fire District prior to combustibles being brought onto the site. 2.2 Approved street signs shall be installed prior to issuance of building permits. 2.3 Fire Protection water systems shall be tested, operational, and approved by the Fire District prior to combustible materials being brought to the site. 2.4 All flammable vegetation shall be removed from each building site for a minimum distance of thirty feet (30') from any flammable building material including all structures. 2.5 A detailed site plan of the development is required to be submitted in electronic (.dwg) format. The plan must show and be limited to: locations of property lines, buildings, and equipment and hazards for emergency response purposes. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 143. Additional or revised files may be required during construction and/or prior to final signoff. Special Districts Leadership Foundation - District of Distinction Since 2008 190/210 2.6 The Developer shall submit, as an electronic file, a drawing of the new streets in .dwg format to the Fire District with the building construction plans. Format must contain and be restricted to the following layers: A. Right of way; B. Parcel Lines; C. Street Names; D. Address numbers; E. Fire Hydrants. Additional or revised files may be required during construction and/or prior to final signoff. 3.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 3.1 An automatic protection fire sprinkler system is required. This system shall comply with NFPA 13 Standard and Fire District Standard 110. Three(3) sets of detailed plans along with hydraulic calculations and material specifications shall be submitted to the Fire District. The system shall be installed, tested and approved prior to system final. Fire sprinkler systems shall be installed by a licensed C-16 contractor. 3.2 An automatic fire alarm system or fire sprinkler monitoring system is required. Three(3) sets of detailed plans shall be submitted showing the design, system components, signaling devices, fire alarm power supply, control panel and auxiliary devices and functions of the alarm system. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 133 and current adopted editions of the California Building Code, as well as NFPA Standard 72. 3.3 Hand-held portable fire extinguishers are required to be installed. The location, type and cabinet design shall be approved by the Fire District. 3.4 A maximum occupant load sign shall be posted in a conspicuous location near the main entrance/exit of the room, if occupant load is greater than 49 people. Such sign shall be legible. 3.5 Exit doors, signs and approved path marking shall be installed in accordance with the current adopted edition of the California Building Code, Section 1007 3.6 "No Parking - Fire Lane" signs shall be installed in interior access drives at locations designated by the Fire District. Curbs shall be painted red at locations designated by the Fire District. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 121. 3.7 An approved recessed Fire Department "KNOX" brand key box is required. The key box shall be located at or near the main entrance(s), and shall be provided with a tamper switch and shall be monitored by an approved central station monitoring service. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 117. 3.8 Commercial, industrial, and multi-family building addresses shall be posted with a , minimum eight inch (8") numbers, visible from the street and during the hours of darkness they shall be internally or externally electrically illuminated. Posted numbers shall contrast with the background used and be legible from the street. Where building set back exceeds 100 feet from the roadway, additional non-illuminated six inch(6") numbers shall be displayed at the property access entrance. These numbers shall also contrast with the background used. Fire District Standard No. 122 must be complied with. Special Districts Leadership Foundation - District of Distinction Since 2008 191/210 3.9 Three sets of plans shall be submitted separately for each of the following listed items to the Fire District for'review, approval and permit prior to any installation or work being done. Approved plans must be maintained at the worksite during construction. Fees are due at the time of submittal. a) Private(onsite)Underground Fire Protection Water Systems. b) Building Construction c) Fire Sprinkler Systems, designed by C16 contractor or registered engineer, including any fire pumps. d) Fire Alarm Systems or Sprinkler Monitoring Systems designed by a C7, C10 contractor or registered engineer. e) Knox box and/or security gate locations. f) Emergency Radio Coverage Applicable Standards: 101, 102, 103, 110, 111, 114, 117, 121, 122, 133, 143 CVFD Standards available online at http://www.chinovalleyfire.org Special Districts Leadership Foundation - District of Distinction Since 2008 192/210 MINUTES PLANNING COMMISSION CITY OF CHINO HILLS DECEMBER 4, 2018 REGULAR MEETING ITEM # 1 — CALL TO ORDER Chair Stephen Romero called the Regular Meeting of the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills to order at 7:00 P.M. ITEM # 2 — ROLL CALL PRESENT COMMISSIONERS: JERRY BLUM ADAM ELIASON STEPHEN ROMERO MICHAEL STOVER SHERAN VOIGT ALSO PRESENT: WINSTON WARD, ASSISTANT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR ELIZABETH M. CALCIANO, ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY MICHAEL HOFFLINGER, SENIOR PLANNER RYAN GACKSTETTER, SENIOR PLANNER EMILY ORTIZ, COMMISSION SECRETARY ITEM # 3 — PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG Led by Chair Stephen Romero. ITEM # 4— PUBLIC COMMENTS ITEM # 5 — CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS a. CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE NOVEMBER 20, 2018, REGULAR MEETING RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve as submitted. Motion was made by Chair Stephen Romero, seconded by Commissioner Michael Stover and the Planning Commission voted 4 to 1 to adopt the Minutes as presented with Vice- Chair Sheran Voigt abstaining because she was absent from the November 20th meeting. ___ i93 2 i0 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/4/2018 Page 2 of 7 ITEM # 6 — DISCUSSION ITEMS None. ITEM # 7 — PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS a. THE RINCON AMENDMENT RECOMMENDED ACTION: To continue public hearing for The Rincon Amendment — Site Plan Review No. 15SPR03 First Amendment and Tentative Parcel Map 19846, located on the northeastern side of Soquel Canyon Parkway and Pomona Rincon Road. This project was continued from November 6, 2018. The project proposes to modify the previously approved site plan for The Rincon, including: (1) removing the 60,000-square foot medical office building; (2) adding a 70,000-square foot, 119-room hotel (Holiday Inn Express); (3) adding a 6,500-square foot single story medical office building and 30,000- square foot three-story medical office building; (4) reducing restaurant Pad 1 from 6,000 square feet to 3,500 square feet. The Planning Commission requested the continuance to obtain additional information about potential high school use of the parking lot and the potential impact of nearby hotels on the feasibility of the proposed Holiday Inn Express. The assessment of the potential impact of nearby hotels requires an update to the hotel impact report that was prepared by CBRE under contract with the City. An amendment to the contract is required for CBRE to conduct the additional analysis which staff is currently processing. To allow time to process the contract amendment and for CBRE to prepare the update, staff requested the hearing be continued to February 5, 2019. As a courtesy, staff will re-notice for the February 5, 2019, public hearing. Chairman Romero opened the public hearing to hear the public comments on this matter. Robert Apodaca, resident of Chino Hills, spoke in opposition of a second hotel at The Rincon. He expressed concern about the lack of infrastructure to accommodate the increased traffic due to increased building developments. Gabriel DeLuna, resident of Chino Hills, spoke in opposition of a second hotel at The Rincon. He collected twelve signatures of others who oppose the project and stated that he would prefer the original proposal of a medical office building. Jeff Aptekar, resident of Chino Hills, spoke in opposition of a second hotel at The Rincon. He questioned the motive for this project and expressed concern for the safety of the community with the increased number of transient dwellers. He suggested a.medical office building or senior living facility. Juan Chavez, resident of Chino Hills, spoke in opposition of a second hotel at The Rincon. He expressed concern for the increased transitory population in the City and that increased unlawful activity is often found at hotel locations. He would prefer the original proposal of a medical office building or a senior living facility. 194/210 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/4/2018 Page 3 of 7 Commission Stover discussed the expanded feasibility study to be completed by the hotel market consultant and requested that the Extended Stay Hotel in Chino be included. Motion was made by Commissioner Jerry Blum, seconded by Vice-Chair Voigt and the Planning Commission voted unanimously to continue the public hearing to February 5, 2019. b. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP03 — HL HARMONY WELLNESS CENTER AT 5817 PINE AVENUE RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the following resolution. A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP03 FOR THE OPERATION OF A MASSAGE ESTABLISHMENT (HL HARMONY WELLNESS CENTER) AT 5817 PINE AVENUE AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT The Planning Commission received a report from Senior Planner Ryan Gackstetter stating that HL Harmony Wellness Center requested approval of 18CUP03 to allow the provision of massage services within the existing HL Harmony Wellness Center which currently provides beauty and personal wellness care services. Commissioners discussed the project, inquiring if the massage therapy would be limited to one room within the center as shown on the project plans; who has responsibility for oversight of massage therapist certifications; and the purpose of the "Cleaning Room" shown on the project plans. In response to these questions, Mr. Gackstetter stated there are no restrictions on the number of rooms other than the general condition of substantial conformance and that additional restrictions could be added by the Commission; that the State massage therapy council establishes standards and performs background checks and the City oversees location of massage uses and requires that each massage therapist provide a copy of his/her state certification; and that the "Cleaning Room" shown on the project plans is a laundry facility. Motion was made by Chair Romero and seconded by Vice-Chair Voigt to approve the resolution as presented. Motion was made by Commissioner Stover and seconded by Vice-Chair Voigt to amend the first motion to add a condition limiting the applicant to one massage room. The Commission determined there was a need for more information from the applicant, who was not present, and the motion was rescinded. i95/210 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/4/2018 Page 4 of 7 Motion was made by Commissioner Adam Eliason, seconded by Commissioner Blum and the Planning Commission voted unanimously to continue the public hearing to December 18, 2018, with a request that the applicant to be in attendance. c. SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPRO1 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 - THE STORAGE DISTRICT AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the following resolution. A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPR01 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INDOOR SELF-STORAGE FACILITY AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT The Planning Commission received a report from Senior Planner Ryan Gackstetter summarizing the project, which includes a Site Plan Review and Conditional Use Permit to allow the development of an indoor self-storage facility within the existing Fairfield Ranch Business Park development. The proposed facility would consist of a 130,149-square foot, three-story building providing 128,149 square feet of self-storage area (approximately 1,000 leasable storage units) and a 2,000-square foot guest lobby and office area. Commission comments included the importance of maintaining the proposed wall art and how the proposed wall art should be approved. Assistant City Attorney Elizabeth Calciano stated that public art falls under the First Amendment code and therefore limits government discretion. Commission also discussed the additional parking, the ease of building access, the east elevation materials, alternative architecture to the large base area, alternatives to the wall art, the use of higher quality materials that would have a longer life span and deter graffiti, and if there was a traffic study for the project. Mr. Gackstetter stated staff did an analysis using trip generation calculations and determined the trips generated would be less than the previously considered office building. Nancy Bane, president of the development company, discussed the use of wall art in other communities and assured Commission that she wants to choose the right type of art for the Chino Hills community. She suggested faux windows as a potential alternative. She also stated that her customer base would be primarily entrepreneurs who need a storage location, a quasi-office space, mailing services, and coffee, all in one location. Ms. Bane stated that there will be up to four staff on-site during business hours and that there will be 24-7 camera monitoring on each floor and in each aisle. Kent Christensen, business partner of the applicant, explained that the self-storage industry is in demand in California Gabriel DeLuna, resident of Chino Hills, spoke in favor of the storage facility project. He was impressed with the presentation and suggested adding more meeting spaces or office spaces. 196/210 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/4/2018 Page 5 of 7 Juan Chavez, resident of Chino Hills, spoke in favor of the storage facility project. He expressed concern about adequate parking. Commissioner Voigt expressed that she is in favor of the wall art and that it is a great opportunity for the community. Chair Romero closed the public hearing for Commission discussion. Commission further discussed the pros and cons of allowing wall art and what types of conditions would include review and control. Commission asked legal counsel for current options. Motion was made by Vice-Chair Voigt to approve the project as presented. There was not a second and the motion died. Motion was made by Commissioner Blum and seconded by Commissioner Stover to table the agenda item temporarily to allow the City Attorney time to review the options for modifying the conditions, and to bring it back to Commission after the last public hearing item, and the Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve tabling the item. d. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 — VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AT PEYTON DRIVE AND BAYBERRY DRIVE RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the following resolution. A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY ON A REPLACEMENT STREETLIGHT IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY ON PEYTON DRIVE SOUTH OF BAYBERRY DRIVE AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT Senior Planner Ryan Gackstetter summarized the proposal from Md7, LLC, to allow the development of a Verizon Wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way at the southwest corner of Peyton Drive and Bayberry Drive. The proposed wireless communications facility would be installed on a new streetlight that would replace an existing streetlight standard within the public right-of-way on Peyton Drive. The applicant also requested approval of a height adjustment to allow the overall height of the new streetlight and wireless communications facility to be 27 feet 5 inches above grade level. The Commission discussed the location of the proposed facility, the reduced visual impact of the proposed streamlined design relative to previous designs, maintenance of the new streetlight, and the future deployment of additional small cell facilities and 5G technologies. Brian Mackey, applicant, thanked staff for their assistance with this project. He stated that wireless companies are increasing the number of micro cell sites to help fill in coverage i 97/2 tO Planning Commission Meeting of 12/4/2018 Page 6 of 7 gaps while respecting the aesthetics of the community. Mr. Mackey stated that Chino Hills cell sites are not currently scheduled to receive 5G technology over the next three years. Motion was made by Commissioner Eliason and seconded by Chair Romero to accept the resolution as presented and the Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve. c. (continued) SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPR01 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 - THE STORAGE DISTRICT AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the following resolution. A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPR01 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INDOOR SELF-STORAGE FACILITY AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT Ms. Calciano recommended editing Condition #47 by removing wall art and replacing with wall articulation for review by the Community Development Director. She further stated that the applicant could go to City Council at a future date to determine if wall art can be accepted. Commission requested alternative east elevation articulation from the applicant. Motion was made by Commissioner Adam Eliason, seconded by Commissioner Blum and the Planning Commission voted 4 to 1 to continue the public hearing to December 18, 2018, with Vice-Chair Voigt opposing. ITEM # 8 — STAFF INFORMATION AND AGENDA FORECAST 12/18/18 • Harmony Wellness 18CUP03 continuation • Self-Storage 18SPR01/18CUP05 continuation • Vellano Appeal 18APL01/18SDP07 continuation ITEM # 9 — COMMISSION INFORMATION AND COMMENT ADJOURNMENT Chair Romero adjourned the meeting at 10:22 P.M. 198/210 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/4/2018 Page 7 of 7 Respectfully submitted, (/ opJ- Emily Ortiz Planning Commission Secretary 199/210 200/210 MINUTES PLANNING COMMISSION CITY OF CHINO HILLS DECEMBER 18, 2018 REGULAR MEETING ITEM # 1 — CALL TO ORDER Chair Romero called the Regular Meeting of the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills to order at 7:00 P.M. ITEM # 2— ROLL CALL PRESENT COMMISSIONERS: STEPHEN ROMERO SHERAN VOIGT JERRY BLUM ADAM ELIASON MICHAEL STOVER ALSO PRESENT: JOANN LOMBARDO, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR ELIZABETH M. CALCIANO, ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY MICHAEL HOFFLINGER, SENIOR PLANNER RYAN GACKSTETTER, SENIOR PLANNER EMILY ORTIZ, COMMISSION SECRETARY ITEM # 3 — PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG Led by Chair Romero. ITEM #4— PUBLIC COMMENTS None. 20I/2I0 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/18/2018 Page 2 of 6 ITEM # 5 — CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS i 5a. CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE DECEMBER 4, 2018, REGULAR MEETING Motion was made by Commissioner Stover and seconded by Vice-Chair Voigt to adopt the Minutes as amended. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COMMISSIONERS: ROMERO, VOIGT, BLUM, ELIASON, STOVER NOES: COMMISSIONERS: NONE ABSENT: COMMISSIONERS: NONE ITEM # 6— DISCUSSION ITEMS None. ITEM # 7 — PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS 7a. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP03 — HL HARMONY WELLNESS CENTER AT 5817 PINE AVENUE (CONTINUED FROM 11/20/2018) — r CONTINUED OFF CALENDAR Following discussion, a motion was made by Vice-Chair Voigt and seconded by ` ' Commissioner Blum to continue the public hearing for Conditional Use Permit 18CUP03 for HL Harmony Wellness Center off calendar. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COMMISSIONERS: ROMERO, VOIGT, BLUM, ELIASON, STOVER NOES: COMMISSIONERS: NONE ABSENT: COMMISSIONERS: NONE 7b. SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPR01 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 - THE STORAGE DISTRICT AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK (CONTINUED FROM 12/04/2018) — TABLED TO END OF PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS Senior Planner Gackstetter briefed the Commission on the staff report, which is on file in the Community Development Department. Commissioner Eliason recommended that the signage on the building be of a r contemporary style and that the landscape buffer have appropriate tree species and �. shrubs. H 202/210 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/18/2018 Page 3 of 6 Commissioner Stover asked if an email received by the Commission from the applicant with information regarding the project was available to the public. Community Development Director Lombardo responded that the information was not submitted to staff as part of the application. Assistant City Attorney Calciano stated that it should be made available to the public since at least a majority of the commissioners received the email. Following discussion, a motion was made by Commissioner Eliason and seconded by Commissioner Stover to table the agenda item temporarily to allow staff to make copies of the public response, and to bring it back to Commission after the last public hearing item. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COMMISSIONERS: ROMERO, VOIGT, BLUM, ELIASON, STOVER NOES: COMMISSIONERS: NONE ABSENT: COMMISSIONERS: NONE 7c. APPEAL OF THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR'S DECISION DENYING SITE DEVELOPMENT PERMIT 18SDP07, AN APPLICATION FOR AN AFTER-THE-FACT SITE DEVELOPMENT PERMIT FOR CHAIN- LINK FENCING AROUND THE CLOSED VELLANO GOLF COURSE (CONTINUED FROM 11/20/2018) - RESOLUTION ADOPTED - APPEAL DENIED Assistant City Attorney Calciano briefed the Commission on her review of the Appellant's letters received in response to the denial of the Site Development Permit application. She stated there was no data that lead her to believe that the denial should not be upheld. Vice-Chair Voigt asked if any type of permit is required for fencing. Community Development Director Lombardo explained that fencing does not typically require permits. In this instance, it was recommended since the applicant is currently in violation of their Conditional Use Permit and have an active code enforcement case against them. The request for Site Development Permit application was to give the applicant an opportunity to identify a temporary use and solution to the code enforcement case while determining a long-term solution for the golf course property. Vice-Chair Voigt asked if the City could remove the fence, if it has been deemed illegal and the applicant does not remove it. Assistant City Attorney Calciano explained that the City has a provision for nuisance abatements that would allow an administration hearing to review the situation and could end with removal of the fence by the City. Chair Romero asked about usage of chain link fence for construction sites and vacant shopping centers. Community Development Director Lombardo stated that chain link fences are allowed at construction sites where there is an active building permit. She 203/L I0 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/18/2018 Page 4 of 6 further stated that there is nothing in the municipal code that allows for chain link fencing �- , of vacant shopping centers. Commissioner Blum asked if the Site Development Permit application was filed under duress or with questions. Community Development Director Lombardo stated that is was filed with no comment. Chair Romero reopened the public hearing and asked for further public comment. Chris Burt, attorney representing the appellant, spoke in defense of the appeal stating subjective requirements for fence permitting, disregard for code language regarding chain link fencing, and misapplication of architectural guidelines. Mike Konrad, Vellano Home Owners Association president, stated that the appellant, purchased chain link fence for the closed golf course, rather than renting, suggesting that the fencing is for long term purposes and not just temporary. Mr. Konrad further stated that the owner of the property said he anticipates up to a 20-year wait for development of the property. Mr. Konrad reviewed the decline of home values since the closing of the golf course property. Chair Romero closed the public hearing. Following discussion, a motion was made by Chair Romero and seconded by r } Commissioner Stover to deny the appeal and adopt Resolution No. PC 2018-23 of the Chino Hills Planning Commission Denying 18SDP07, an Appeal from the Community L Development Director's Denial of Site Development Permit 18SDP07, an Application Seeking an After-The-Fact Permit for a Chain-Link Fence Surrounding the Closed Vellano Golf Course and Finding that this Action is Exempt from Review Under the California Environmental Quality Act. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COMMISSIONERS: ROMERO, VOIGT, BLUM, ELIASON, STOVER NOES: COMMISSIONERS: NONE ABSENT: COMMISSIONERS: NONE Assistant City Attorney Calciano stated that in light of the upcoming City Hall holiday closure, the deadline to file an appeal with the City Clerk is January 10, 2019. 7b. SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPR01 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 CONTINUED - THE STORAGE DISTRICT AT FAIRFIELD RANCH BUSINESS PARK - RESOLUTION ADOPTED — SITE PLAN r . REVIEW AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT APPROVED L , 204/210 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/18/2018 Page 5 of 6 Chair Romero reopened the public hearing and asked for public comment. Nancy Bane, owner of Sorsis, Inc., apologized for the confusion over the email that was sent. She clarified that the intent was to provide information to the Commissioners based upon questions that arose at the previous public hearing. She reviewed the proposed east elevation colors, materials, wall treatments, and signage. Commissioner Eliason recommended a true three-dimensional scoring in the stucco material so that the lines are conspicuous. Patrick Anderson, project architect, confirmed that the scoring shown in the plans would be apparent on the final project. He reviewed the materials proposed on the east elevation. Chair Romero closed the public hearing. Commissioner Blum recommended using single-sided split face block for texture and color as the base material. Commissioner Stover stated that he does not support this project for the following reasons: 1) The building size is too large for the center; 2) there is no economic feasibility data to support the project; 3) the ratio of square footage to number of employees is insufficient; and 4) the purpose does not fit the location. Following discussion, a motion was made by Chair Romero and seconded by Vice-Chair Voigt to adopt Resolution No. PC 2018-24 of the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills, California Approving Site Plan Review 18SPR01 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 for the Development of an Indoor Self-Storage Facility at Fairfield Ranch Business Park and Determining that the Project is Exempt from Review Under the California Environmental Quality Act with the condition that split face block be used in place of slump stone as the base material, with Commissioner Stover objecting. Assistant City Attorney Calciano stated that if the Commission still has a great interest in the wall art proposal, the City could develop an ordinance that would address wall art. Community Development Director Lombardo stated that staff would research the issue and come back to Commission with further information. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COMMISSIONERS: ROMERO, VOIGT, BLUM, ELIASON NOES: COMMISSIONERS: STOVER ABSENT: COMMISSIONERS: NONE ITEM # 8— STAFF INFORMATION AND AGENDA FORECAST 1/15/19 - There are no agenda items 2/5/19 — Rincon Amendment (continued) 205I L I 0 Planning Commission Meeting of 12/18/2018 Page 6 of 6 ITEM # 9 — COMMISSION INFORMATION AND COMMENT Vice-Chair Voigt expressed disappointment that she received an email invitation today to tour Vellano, which was too late to schedule before the meeting. Mr. Konrad stated that the commissioners are welcome to schedule a tour at any time. Commissioner Stover asked if there were any issues with Commissioners having communication with Vellano residents now that the Planning Commission has completed their review of the chain link fence request. Assistant City Attorney Calciano stated that she would review the idea with City Attorney Hensley. She also suggested limiting the communication since the issue could return to the Commission or other issues that come before the Commission. Commissioner Blum also suggested minimizing the communication between Commissioners and Vellano residents. Commissioner Eliason asked about a transfer of units from the Tres Hermanos project to another area. Community Development Director Lombardo stated there was a very preliminary proposal. Commissioner Blum, who attended the Tres Hermanos Oversight Committee meeting the previous week, stated that the cities of Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, and Industry were all in agreement that the matter of allowing the sale of the property to the City of Commerce should be tabled. Commissioner Stover asked about the request to transfer units to the Los Serranos Country Club property for residential building. He expressed frustration that residents in the Los Serranos neighborhood appear to know more about this idea than the Planning Commission. Community Development Director Lombardo stated that the request is very preliminary which is why it has not made its way to the Planning Commission yet. Commissioner Stover wished everyone happy holidays. Chair Romero wished everyone a Merry Christmas and happy holidays. ADJOURNMENT Chair Romero adjourned the meeting at 9:10 P.M. Respectfully submitted, 071A - Emily Ortiz Planning Commission Secretary 206/210 (The IVO City of Chino Hills CITY OF CHINO HILLS AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING Notice of Public Hearing: Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 Self-Storage Facility STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, Jessica Mejia, do hereby certify that a copy of the attached Notice of Public Hearing before the City Council for Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 and Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 - Self-Storage Facility was mailed to each and every person set forth on the attached list on February 15, 2019. Mailing of this document was completed by placing a copy of said document in an envelope, with postage prepaid, and depositing same in the U.S. Mail at Chino Hills, California. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Dated at Chino Hills, California, February 15, 2019. c\N) (6 Jessica Mejia, Deputy)City Clerk I I 207/210 1028-581-07-0000 1028-581-08-0000 1028-581-10-0000 DAXA PATEL JIFENG XU CHERRYL L& BERNARD A CRUZ 15469 TIMBERIDGE LN 15461 TIMBERIDGE LN 15476 TIMBERIDGE LN CHINO HILLS CA 91709 , CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 1028-581-12,14,15,61,78-0000 1028-581-46-0000 1028=581-47-0000 RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES OF MD .ANTHONY P H SHAW MALKIT S & RAMANDEEP K BHASIN 4350 S MONACO ST#500 15526 OUTRIGGER DR 5545 VERONESE DR DENVER CO 80237 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 1028-581-48-0000 1028-581-49-0000 1028-581-50-0000 FREDERICK CADIENTE JAVIER & FRANCINE MARIE CHAVEZ ROY CHUA&TIFFANY NGO KING 15542 OUTRIGGER 15550 OUTRIGGER DR 15558 OUTRIGGER DR CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 1028-581-51-0000 1 1028-581-52-0000 1028-581-53-0000 MARTIN & N PATTIE SOTO KANAN DESAI ELENA WOO-MELENDEZ 15566 OUTRIGGER DR 15574 OUTRIGGER DR 15582 OUTRIGGER DR CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 1028-581-77,79-0000 1028-591-01-0000 1028-591-02-0000 i ESTHER.L ALVIDREZ CHERYL L D CRISOLOGO JUN ZHANG 15468 TIMBERIDGE LN 15590 OUTRIGGER DR 15598 OUTRIGGER DR CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 1028-591-03=0000 1028-641-02-0000 1028-641-13-0000 MICHAEL D RABINA MIRA GROUP LLC GUPTA FAMILY TRUST 11-30-06 15606 OUTRIGGER DR 4300 EDISON AVE P 0 BOX 4475 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 CHINO CA 91710 ORANGE CA 92863 1028-641-14-0000 1028-641-15-0000 1028-641-17-0000 SUHAW CHARLES TSENG YENG P & HAI SHIA CHANG SUNWAY (USA) INVESTMENT GROUP 26 ALICE ST 18883 SANTA MARTA ST 15433 FAIRFIELD RANCH RD ARCADIA CA 91006 FOUNTAIN VALLEY CA 92708 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 1028-641-21-0000 1028-641-24,25,26-0000 1028-641-27,28-0000 STAFFORD LLC CHINO HILLS CORPORATE PARK CHENGLONG ZHOU P 0 BOX 4039 31866 CAMINO CAPISTRANO 9686 HILLSIDE ST DIAMOND BAR CA 91765 SAN JUAN CAPISTRA CA 92675 RANCHO CUCAMONGA CA 91737 1028-641-35-0000 1028-641-41,42-0000 1028-641-49-0000 HANRAHAN FAMILY LIVING 2854 FAIRFIELD REAL ESTATE MGMT LLC ON FAIRFIELD RANCH LLC VENEZIA CT 1200 S DIAMOND BAR BLVD#216 2500 MICHELSON DR#200 CHINO HILLS CA 91709 DIAMOND BAR CA 91765 IRVINE CA 92612 APN 1028-641-17-0000 APN 1028-641-27/28-0000 APN HANRAHAN FAMILY PISMO INVESTMENT LLC XIA FEI INVESTMENT LLC C/ORKFAMILY LIVING TRUST 12 17 10 14644 E VALLEY BLVD 1048 W 2ND ST 285 MARK Z SUSAN HANRAHAN CITY OF INDUSTRY CA 91745 SAN BERNARDINO CA 92410 2854 VENEZIA COURT CHINO HILLS CA 91709 208/210 Siobhan M. Byrne 2044 Turquoise Circle Chino Hills,CA 91709 • • 209/210 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council . • —L ! 8 L. �. of the City of Chino Hills will hold a public hearing on �� �''' �� February 26, 2019, 7:00 p.m., in the Council ,, Chamber of the City Hall, 14000 City Center Drive, : f ��Drf/e/�/. - ` - _ _. '.. E. Chino Hills, regarding the appeal of a Planning i �}; .,� a • Commission decision made on December 18, 2018, • .ar-- -,_ < � Ro '" , a ; to approve Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 and i ``�` (�c�7. 5} ,� Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 for the ;'� -`• . development of a self-storage facility . •� t t �� •i.., i t ��_ t ' _' :( IS , ( ~ CASE NO.: Site Plan Review 18SPRO1 ' Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 ., f '', 1 ` .),.�' I 1' APPLICANT: SORSIRS, Inc. ` '- 6._ � PROPOSAL: The applicant is requesting approval /' . . , of a Site Plan Review and Conditional Use Permit tot.allow the development of a self-storage facility within t 1Y' Y the Fairfield Ranch Business Park development. The r, _ proposed facility would consist of a 130,149-square ; �, - { a . It foot, three-story building providing 128,149 square ; • o 14 feet of self-storage units and a 2,000-square foot _ :,,� ��, y JP 4 _ guest lobby and office area. The project would also r :# ., U 1' include associated parking, circulation, and \ # + 1 _ landscape improvements. \ , of �. � %i • LOCATION: The proposed self-storage facility '`\ .�, Uj would be developed on the vacant pad to the east ofs.N :# ,, ,'` the Chino Hills Hotel within the existing Fairfield A '�*. ' Ranch Business Park development (located . A southwest of the intersection of Soquel Canyon \, Parkway and Fairfield Ranch Road). . A.P.N.: 1028-641-21 VICINITY MAP (Red outline indicates project site; top of map is north) ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW: A determination has been made that the proposed project is exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15332 (in-fill development projects) of the CEQA Guidelines. The proposed project consists of the development of a new self-storage facility on a vacant pad within an existing, developed shopping center. The project site is substantially surrounded by urban uses; has no value as habitat for endangered, rare, or threatened species; would not generate any significant environmental impacts; and can be adequately served by existing utilities and public services. Additional information regarding this project is available for public review at the City of Chino Hills Community Development Department, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709 during the following hours: Monday thru Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. STAFF: Ryan Gackstetter, Senior Planner NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that if you challenge the above described project in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City at, or prior to, the public hearing. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED are invited and encouraged to attend the public hearing and to express their views. Due to time constraints and the number of persons who may wish to give oral testimony, time restrictions may be placed on oral testimony at the public hearing regarding this appeal. You may wish to make your comments in writing to ensure that you are able to express yourself adequately. Please direct any correspondence to the City Clerk, City of Chino Hills, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, CA, 91709. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION regarding this project may be obtained from Ryan Gackstetter, Senior Planner with the Community Development Department, at rgackstetter@chinohills.org or(909) 364-2749. Signature: yan Gackstetter, Senior Planner Date: February 14, 2019 210/210 The Storage District Site Plan Review 18SPR01 Conditional Use Permit 18CUP05 Public Hearing February 26, 2019 City of Chino Hills O }, I 13 CD c CD p c >, CO o U CL) CO a CO 0-° cCS ca 0 dD a) 4•+ 0 .co n � N O CO COCO Cl) cno co C.) u. m > -C U) Q O a 00 c o o 00 v C rC . III 0 • a) • O O -J C� N a rr w # , y r r' 3 , '' i • # 7. ' v. I • , Amilmmulatk . _ _ . o. .,....._:;i0, .. .... , , ...., : , ... , , F tve:totr.-•-...„4.z.. , . it : . ;.. '.': illel;klia ;34-I('..//..... ' .'01,b 411 74011111111t i •,.... �r ,N. r f, / .4 'fof w ,rf .iiiimr. . ... •` }j{ • } t + - `- '�c •,. ' , I.i' . . . IOW .4%,-..--„. 40 +, . ,... . .. ''wr5 .. ... ...... r �'iirei.:tt .jk:... .,c... :: i. Entitlement History • Fairfield Ranch Planned 1 Development • Adopted in 1986 and _ a amended in 1997 and 2000 • Designated site as Business Park • Site Plan Reviews 00SPRO6 and 00SPRO7 Conceptual Site Plan _ ept30,000 Conceptual square feet office building for site • Development Activity • Entitlements for other uses approved between 1.1. 2002 and 2006•1.11 oHr A;laid Last construction activity in 2011 • 1 ; ;: }' 1+ m -'`1. Noticing and Planning 0.4; a --r .• {� I.#_, Commission Review r . { f 1 • S 1, - ._-_ ._ �F _ S '' •v' -. - . _ _ ' { g� • • Public Notice f-.1. Courtesy notice and �;. .• - � +pa^ _rye _ „�. - , 00 4 ,; J; '.; �, two public hearing • d- yr I' 1_ i . 4 4 r • 1� notices _ _ • 'eer • Public Comments �` ' i _ ` dry' • 5 messages in support 4- ` •I 1 message opposed k + � .ill ' ..d' �''' k• N° • 1 • _ '.. , :::' 40 I : ' (- fa.. ,,.......i- t ' } • PlanningCommission • ' ; , ._,,. ' . ..- ' lava .Aff . • Public hearings on • " 18th ., 1g December 4th and \ I. .. ' \ i' II . lei tte, - • Focus of Discussions " 1;.w - . f �.; , y • Wa l I Art • ,, , ,:„. ,. m _ • Architecture • , , •1/4„, -. ., •,yam,, �SSsz, ,..... . • x .. `' 1 ti3` • Vehicle Trips and ` ff y557.v �, „. ' � .400, , Parking • Market demand .. . � " � .\ • ''" for self-storage 01,1, ,4...„00\. . 'gip == �5� Approved the project, 4' • rY��r China Hil s Project Summary :: :v. . . • Applicant .ioi::y:q ? :•;....- 7 RANCH = a1 • SORSIRS, Inc. 1 _ • Project Area I�,-fl � 1 - I� r i I 1, . . —. . !lei. -, . • 3.2 acres ]i•'.- 91 sII • Description _ ' °_ _ ° = z 130, 149-square foot, IIIIIFIIIIIIIIfIII• three-story self- t ,, „ I.. oIstorage facility f ° s 4 - • Guest lobby providing ' 11 a � ancillary servicesY'-/ ° 42 new parking ,� -� - spaces �� = C iw nd Chinn HiI s • Conforms to the development standards of PD 50- 153 (Business Park) • Building Setbacks • Building Height • Lot Coverage • Access and Circulation • Landscape Coverage Chino Hu s Development Standards (cont.) • Parking • Existing Center • 281 parking spaces • Shared among the current tenants of the center • Proposed Project • Adds 42 parking spaces • Pursuant to Chapter 16.34, the project generates a parking demand of 62 spaces • Center with Proposed Project • 323 parking spaces provided • 343 parking spaces requires( .::. -- -7-- •.. 1 °`--.4.. .. .___ ._ I • .(---.. : ) --_, • ——•—_ . . — 1, .•'•..Ts. _.___ ..... . .. 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I..,A ..., r , .:: • , . . . .. .. . . .ii...:4 : ' . s '� - { ^Q� -, { ' + ' �.- 4 ) E III • f .11111111111111.1111 17 ExistingViews oProject Sitwiri __,..mamjiirmwpp ....,;..amniu..w ___.. imimillil J . 2 - om / ///! jI Perm ,,,?� 461' 1 I .ice;., i ,.. t t ;ti `� Existing Views ..„. ,____ .... . �.0. 3 .._. ......_. . , . . . .„..,.. ,_ _ _ ___ _ ' --4401,..ilin,. . *''''' .. MK. tirl. . '.a.-. . t Nt tr. --17-rallriP. _ ...,...,o, .. ..' / 'Ale'''.:".14, . ,i _,�- ,a . .. i I • -, Views of Site From Hotel ' s Third Floor • Trees blocking view of the Business Center from single-family homes - _ __ IMIII„ .--Aippieripm , 1 , ,, n 1 ri ,.. „ . , .. ; _ aa_.. ..„1 10, L •Nlil • .!� 1 ., rill, ._L. 111 -1 t_ *17.1!:1"1/4' •• . • INP Ala ., • e - v 1 J 10111111ge.irlarat .r4114 . may^ t •h t e. , s'N o-t. .ice .1 ♦I Existing Views _.. SP • View of single-family .. _ homes from Project site '1 - xr„ ,,k-- • View of Business Park hS h.. *� � �,, � , , Yvt , ; �� �� s from Timberidge Lane i �� Aizti° y k z d cul-de-sac �4n7Gt i�7f'- l [. t �t jell WC 44'N. '-‘4.1;)!4', ' . 4, , Mitt 0 .,, ,$.`�.._�7f c` ti} �'St,yyt .}'U�, 'Y f'IA.gyp, au ` Qil`hAA i , ,C' 1 yam, `' W..g.pj P Chino Hills Hotel � r-i-rliy -- --'=.-4,11,1-, „ ' 11111.11 7 1I is I _i_L:FL J Y1 i - T 1 -- i- Google Existing ViewofBusiness Park ........ 4 1.111 . .... . - :::*: ea-. ' . . * '' fttilillinilgr11101111.0.1111/ 1 AL 4 . t der< lir . • N, : .. .• imitit4 Ale ' Video Link of Existing conditions: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3w73w8w2ofgwg3t/Chino%20Hills Draft%20Comp osition 19-02-14.mp4?d1=0 Project to Upgrade Site and Business Park • View After Project Build-Out Project to Upgrade Business Park • View of Business Park After Project Build-Out Project to UpgradeBusinessPark • Adding parking and landscaping improvements . __.. - „..,..460,0-- tik .,.,v..:.4 .-. . • . E-4,1;- .-- • - , ,=--._:- ii (_:k 1 .. Iw rh i = I I I 1 ,x • I. i' I JI 11 I I 1 I'4 I I L 1 I SII -- -- A ._:1. I ..:•• 07/77". I V ---- -------------- 1 25 Project to Upgrade BusinessPark • Existing Entrance vs . After Applicant' s Conceptual Signage and Landscaping 1, �f { } 11 Iiic . _ __ • . - - Ar 1 I 4-r-v- . j y W onanceLandscapingof tEh Entire Center 1 - 1,,, 4.,.'::. " f ��}yyrry����' 1.J.7 t=..,„..: -• ., ri II Y 3 . - .a_ s' , ::1 -,,). ,11 £ F7 d _ M v k ��++4 ✓. 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II iel. lig _II 1 �4n P r L It 11 Art",11111K 1 • 1 i , : Iv ,itit, 1 _1 ! * - 46 _ _:: _ Iffilliillin. timiamil hl _� fM .ems-: Highest and Best Use of Site • The Project is the highest and best use and the most economically viable use of the Site . • Not a user- intensive use for parking and traffic purposes . Project Will Serve Storage Needs of City and the Region • Demonstrable need for self-storage in Southern California and Chino Hills. • Self-storage is clean industry—serving needs of entrepreneurs, home-based businesses, start-ups, small businesses, and individuals. • The Project provides community open meeting space and conference rooms. EnvironmentalStewardship • Infill Categorical Exemption applies under California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) . • Least intensive, feasible commercial use for this Site . • No significant air quality, noise, traffic, or water quality environmental impacts, nor any significant cumulative impacts. y * s 144 `` t 10'7 34 SORSIRS INC . MEET THE DEVELOPER SORSIRS INC. 30 Years of Ground-Up Commercial Development sites • We have worked with some of the largest private equity firms in the Country inclusive of : — Sun Oil — KKR — George Johnson & Wayne Huizenga — Prudential • retail — Guggenheim Partners — Carlyle Group • mixed use • SORSIRS' team is uniquely positioned to • move an immature industry into a child care sophisticated business • • Our buildings are designed to serve the hospitality "millennials' generation" who often choose entrepreneurial/home-based businesses; • self storage along with the expansion of AMAZON and similar internet/delivery businesses with need for alternative fulfilment facilities (i.e. storage units) • In doing so, SORSIRS expects its facility will ultimately become a high-end "sector within a sector." Other J Self-Storage Projects of Developer Paramount, CA r illiMmigir 0 06 storQueStiiiii A � SEI F STORAGE "1 ST 40 4 � .., :-go- oilmilir �� `', — ROM OFFICE mama n.� L y -` ice►?' `ayi• ��_ ate' �� li 47 iima 37 Other Self-Storage Projects of Developer Mixed Use with Retail-Escondido, CA vi,.., itilr- rIli 4 .a„ „0.,.,,. ..,,,,,!.. .A.r.:..,;,,-...r..,.. .,_____ _ _- "`" t�.� V - \ f 'le MI SIM% _ _-__ 1 . • ` ` Ei i. .irJ r;sr, Ld _ V t�/ y1 � e ii.--.--• i„. .i.-.-:-17111141-::''''''',:,:..4._1-,.,iL.....- ..,-....., LI/ a 38 Other J Self-Storage Projects of Developer Gardena, CA Storue�t SELF STDRAGE 1 e ------ -- -- I.- . i 11111 Ai t f . _ ,z,„ „___,„„:__. ri . _ _ ____. mu . , __ ____ __,. , _______ __ __i__________ II, : , . .±..,, untsui _ - - inni— - 1 ........, .,_ -s==. i , ; . .-may " ..j_. . ., _ ..„,,,„.....,„ . . _ . ____ .._.... .._. _.. _ rf.,, --,--:,f._ ,J.--- ,,,,,__...,_,_ 44 --..___--- ..____.---- ___:-- -A,_____- , . .. ...., ,, . .....____ Other Self-Storage Projects of Developer La Mesa, CA I a,StorQuest a�StorQuest - 1111 si,„:,.„ - tiff 1 ti-Fi.1111f;F .I1 • ��af A s k s ' � _"-. M ,... r id` :_ omm Ph A i ys„* ,: K. 40 Other J Self-Storage Projects of Developer Anaheim, CA i- ..,..... p a� StorQues . ___ _ = OMANCIHESTER BOULEVARD ELEVATION NTC Id = J-Jr ,eJr __ __._ . ' , 2 i. nSANTA ANA STREET ELEVATION NTC Other J Self-Storage Projects of Developer Scottsdale, AZ , 1111‘44:1‘ .*111 _ii► 1 1 • rs, ...... > -4 C '11=P• ! .• ..: ..• M -..: !. .rye Other J Self-Storage Projects of Developer Oakland, CA /0 �';�� ■ .•. :. == ii:j ■ am es ago a-- .1.----- ma Ar„,ail ■MI ...., . _ _ : - � �:;i 1 �s i or ITT - fir' _. girl — .... WOE 11111:MI mum m .,, I!JIII1P!IE!lMIMI�� Lowman •.: m k immnimmi 43 Other J Self-Storage Projects of Developer Mixed-Use with Restaurant, Phoenix, AZ _ __,,, , ,.,: ,,,,,. _ distli_:1_ w_ .____ ` III N 'g.. Al.b°‘ IL' • II .._ Ii-mair? )1. i - iiii ... . __ - a r ' - 1 Site ' s Self-Storage r, , _ ...., ,, ... . lc Irre ularl shaped vacant . , „ • , „,t ,,,�, .,..,, AF � �, . g Y p 7 tt - ft - - �`- pad in a built-out Center Edison High Tension Lines Yl� . • SCE easement reducing �Q , ` �roposeo l i i 4.�a . ' ,- �,f effective size of site '��. + :•ram , ; i *. #.►� Fir; available forevelo development F p '` �``� ' '" !` ', .o�L • Other commercial uses I-, lir ,r economically infeasible Gil IF CI Ili CIWi IC 117 ` • Site vacant for 14+ years it W 111111 M 1 W ® ,� m f _ . . - - - - ,�.s -ter-' - - °--- = Views oProjectAfter Build - Out Pr ... -._ . - __ T _ —7. :::.:. .7;..I..' =ter — — :,_____________,_._ • -� a 1�i{ AI 1 uf! ,i tr f,l,IIIfd 1 I 11"'1� f i f 1 1 .. - .ate_ ll ,',i ....•.ice .� 1 [1 f A. r '1 1 I h \/ Z ! I +e w. . I 1 in2 y , . ''Ilk/ Pro ectA tor Build - Out _ _ ._. tri`# �' _ „ivj - . ... ti / ' '4•.,,APPI. 111 - i h // / I \ \ a ,' t",7°- ' i \ P'S/MMil \ if it _ Video Link of Project: https://www.dropbox.com/s/b402rcd4t3puasm/Chino Hills Full Animation 19-02-26.mp4?d1=0 Old Rendering With Possible Wall Art • Wall art was removed after first Planning Commission hearing for the Project. I 7____,__._______4.1___4i_i_, ,, Irie t. � l r,, r ��_ Ill„ - _ -1. 66_, . . - fflMM ,ie i _._ ___ _ , _ _ _ _. _ 48 Questions ? Kathryn L. Oehlschlager Nancy K. Bane Downey Brand LLP Sorsirs, Inc. koehlschlager@gmail.com nkbane mail.com 760-877-2009 415-848-4820 Received after the posting of the Agenda Meeting Date: February 26, 2019 Item No.: 11 From: Gabriel DeLuna <gdeluna@yahoo.com> Sent:Tuesday, February 26, 2019 4:19 PM To: Cheryl Balz<cbalz@chinohills.org>;Joann Lombardo<jlombardo@chinohills.org> Subject: Regarding Self Storage Public Hearing I previously spoke in front of the planning commission in regard to this proposal. Before I saw the presentation I didn't know if a self storage building would be a good fit for the surrounding area. This proposal is a lot better than I expected. The building is beautiful and is something that a lot of people will probably use. I like that it has meeting space and overall it seems like it will be much better than vacant land space that is there at this time. Gabriel DeLuna Received after the posting of the Agenda Meeting Date: February 25, 2019 Item No.: 11 RECEIVED MC FEB 2 5 2019 CITY OF CHINO HILLS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT. February 21, 2019 Honorable City Council City of Chino Hills 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 RE: THE STORAGE DISTRICT—SITE PLAN REVIEW 18SPRO1 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 18CUP05 Honorable City of Chino Hills Council Members: Please accept this letter of full support for the indoor self-storage facility at Fairfield Ranch Business Park. My name is Andy Sehremelis and I am the proprietor of the Archibald's Restaurant which is adjacent to the proposed Storage District. I was very pleased after meeting with Nancy from Sorsirs Inc as we discussed her future plans, her vision for The Storage District, and the overall site as a whole. As you may or may not know, this site has been neglected for years. A property management company was never established and the common area maintenance has not been maintained in a condition that is representing of the City of Chino Hills. We have had issues with illegal dumping on the vacant site and larger trucks parking there overnight. Currently, there are parking-lot light posts that are not operable, which is a safety concern to patrons of the center. Furthermore, I have had my staff and facility's crew maintain areas of the parking-lot that are not my responsibility, including several water leaks, landscape maintenance, and parking-lot clean up in an effort to keep the site in better condition. As I stated earlier, the site has been vacant for over 10 years. The Storage District will provide a much needed self-storage service to the residents of the City of Chino Hills. In addition, a maintenance program will be established that will ensure that the site as a whole is well-maintained. This is the type of community residents of City of Chino Hills need: clean and safe. Besides owning restaurants, I have a commercial development and real estate company. I work with several commercial brokers, and I have followed this vacant site since I bought the adjacent property and built the restaurant. Several other developers looked at this site, including myself, and have passed because of the limited access to the site. High-traffic volume uses coupled with parking control would be problematic and, ultimately, not the best use for this site. I believe that The Storage District's business model is a great use for this site and will be a welcomed addition to the center. I have reviewed the plans and I believe the contemporary architecture will aesthetically enhance and compliment the site. In conclusion, I hope you see the value this will bring to the City of Chino Hills and will uphold Planning Commissions approval. Thank you for the opportunity to state my support for this project. Sincerely, ` 1 Andy Sehremelis Owner, Archibald's Drive-Thru 2910 S. Archibald Ave • Suite A-350 • Ontario, CA 91761 • (951) 916-4767 'PAW X IP Meeting date: 2I 2_ "' I i 1 cd6 REQUEST TO SPEAK COMMENTS ARE LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES The Red Light on the podium indicates your time has elapsed NOTE —THIS IS A PUBLIC DOCUMENT SUBJECT TO POSTING ON THE CITY'S WEBSITE. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PERSONAL INFORMATION IN ORDER TO SPEAK, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT NECESSARY FOR THE CITY CLERK TO CALL UPON YOU. PLEASE PRINT Name: /"1 N Lv] / ` A)\� n 50esrPs -ipp0c44- Company/Association/Organization(if any): 3/Address or Area of Residence(Optional): 1 1 ( � / .11 l' f ,42 I wish to speak under: c4- 1. PUBLIC COMMENTS SECTION• ,T Subject: ei�-f CE1f (v T ngn et_ l`I w111 '2d v sef vet 2. AGENDA ITEM NO. FAVOR OPPOSE 0917 The City Council is interested in your comments. 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