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09-27-2011 CC Rpt C01 V31 J 4 ^tai D�t 'Sn• ._4 y y CM011-081 211 S ' AsesWaeet CITY OF CHINO U MEMORANDUM CITY OF CHINO NILLS DATE: September 21, 2011 TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council FROM: Michael S. Fleager, City Manager's� SUBJECT: PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION REGARDING AGENDA ITEM 7A— INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE to z PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW AUTOMATED CAR WASH '.;• ADDITION AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO "' `, ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE °rCONSUMPTION AT THE EXISTING TESORO/SHELL SERVICE -. STATION LOCATED AT 3310 GRAND AVENUE , At their meeting on September 20, 2011, the Planning Commission received a report from City staff regarding the above-mentioned items, an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Deceleration and Mitigation Monitoring Program for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to Amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 for the construction of a new automated car wash addition and Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station located at 3310 Grand Avenue. The Planning Commission had several questions regarding the Noise Analysis that was prepared for the proposed car wash addition. The Commission asked staff for clarification on how the potential noise increase that will occur with the addition of an automated car wash facility will be monitored once in operation. Staff responded by stating that the project is conditioned to require the applicant to coordinate with the Acoustical Consultant on record (Wieland Acoustics, Inc.) to verify that all car wash equipment installed is in compliance with all Noise Mitigation Measures prior to the applicant receiving their certificate of occupancy to operate the automated car wash. The Commission asked staff if the proposed hours of operation (7:00 AM — 10:00 PM daily) for the automated car wash addition were similar to other automated car wash facilities located in Chino Hills as they felt 10:00 PM was too late for an automated car wash facility to be open. Staff responded by stating that the three existing automated car wash facilities located in Chino Hills all operate 24 hours with no hours of operation restrictions. Due to the existing residential neighborhood located north of the project site, the Commission requested that the hours of operation be reduced 1/111 September 21, 2011 CM011-081 Page Two to 7:00 AM — 9:00 PM. Staff amended Condition of Approval No. 8 to read: 8. The car wash operating hours shall be limited to 7:00 AM — 9:00 PM 4&00-PM daily. (Amended by PC on 09120/2011). The Planning Commission also had several questions regarding Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the existing mini-mart store at the Shell Service Station. The Commission asked for clarification on how the City regulates businesses that have a license from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) to sell alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption, Staff responded by stating that specific types of conditions of approval are placed on the project to regulate the proposed use such as: - The hours in which beer and wine may be sold during the day (Sunday - Thursday from 9:00 AM — 11:00 PM and Friday & Saturday from 9:00 AM — 12:00 AM); - The restriction on the sales of separate alcoholic containers for individual consumption, excluding wine; - The restriction of the type of window signage that may be on display; and - The requirement to install "No Loitering" and "Curfew" signs on the project site. The Commission asked if the City's Police Department had any concerns on the proposed project during the Project Review Committee (PRC) review process. Staff responded by stating that the Police Deparlirient did not raise any concerns during the PRC process. The Commission also asked if the Police Department had received any alcohol related service calls over the past 12 months at any of the other existing gas stations that had an ABC license to sell alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption. Staff responded by stating that the Police Department received three alcohol related service calls over the past 12 months. There was one public speaker that spoke in opposition of both the car wash addition and the allowance of the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption. The speaker in opposition expressed concern that the proposed car wash addition would create too much noise. The public speaker also expressed concern for future loitering at the Tesoro/Shell Service Station if they are allowed to sell alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption. Staff explained that the incorporation of the proposed noise mitigation measures would reduce any new noise impacts that may occur as well as confirmed that the car wash equipment installed is required to comply with the City's noise standards. Staff also stated that the project is conditioned to install "No Loitering" and "Curfew" signs on the project site to reduce any potential loitering issues in the future. 2/113 September 21, 2011 CM011-081 Page Three Staff also pointed out to the Planning Commission that there was an error in the proposed Condition of Approval No. 1B in that the wording was mixed up. Staff amended Condition of Approval to read: 1B. Unless alcohol sales have been approved by ABC and implemented by the applicant - - •- . - • • . - . •. - - • within thirty-six (36) months after approval of said Conditional Use Permit. (Amended by PC on 09/20/2011). The Planning Commission unanimously approved the project 4-0, Commissioner Voigt was absent. MSF:JL:jw 3/113 PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA STAFF REPORT "». Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Public Hearing: El moo."moo» Discussion Item: ❑ Consent Item: ❑ September 13, 2011 Agenda Item No.: 7a TO: CHAIRMAN AND PLANNING COMMISSIONERS FROM: JOANN LOMBARDO, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR SUBJECT: INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW AUTOMATED CAR WASH ADDITION AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION AT THE EXISTING TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION LOCATED AT 3310 GRAND AVENUE RECOMMENDATION That the Planning Commission: 1) Adopt the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07; 2) Approve Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 for the construction of a new automated car wash addition; and 3) Approve Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The applicant, A&S Engineering, the representative for Tesoro South Coast Company, LLC., is requesting approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 1 OCUP07 to Amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 to allow the construction and operation of a new 756-square foot (18' x 42') automated car wash addition at the existing 3,239-square foot Tesoro/Shell Service Station located at 3310 Grand Avenue (Exhibit A). The proposed car wash is replacing a vacant drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the Shell Service Station. The 1.17-acre project site has a General Plan designation of Commercial and is zoned General Commercial (C-G). Approval of a Conditional Use Permit is required to allow the construction and operation of an automated car wash facility located in the General Commercial zone. 4/ V1 p Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 2 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION— INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION The applicant is also requesting approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the existing mini-mart store at the Shell Service Station. The existing mini-mart store consists of 2,299 square feet and currently sells groceries, snack items, and non-alcoholic beverages. Approval of a Conditional Use Permit is required to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off- site consumption in any store other than a supermarket or drugstore. Additionally, the applicant is in the process of obtaining a Type 20 alcoholic beverage license from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC). ABC license approval is contingent upon receiving a conditional use permit approval from the Planning Commission (Condition of Approval No. 18). PROJECT: CASE NO.: Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP007 to Amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 and Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 APPLICANT: A&S Engineering 28405 Sand Canyon Road, Suite "B" Canyon Country, CA 91387 OWNER: Tesoro South Coast Company, LLC. 19100 Ridgewood Parkway San Antonio, TX 78259 LOCATION: Located at 3310 Grand Avenue, on the northeast corner of Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive. Assessor's Parcel Number 1023-491- 41. SITE DESCRIPTION Parcel Size: ' 1.17 acres Existing Land Use: Existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station (3,239 square feet) General Plan: Commercial Zoning: General Commercial (C-G) Overlay Districts: None Sewer Service: City of Chino Hills Water Service: City of Chino Hills 5/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 3 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION — INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION Location General Plan Land Use Zoning Existing Use C-G General Tesoro/Shell Service Site Commercial Commercial Station C-G General Commercial and KinderCare Day Care Commercial and Low North PD 17-127 (Low Center and Single Density Residential Density Family Residential Residential) South Commercial SP 04-01 The Shoppes C-G General East Commercial Multi-Retail Building Commercial PD 17-127 (Low Single Family Low Density Residential Density West Residential and Open and Open Space Residential and Space Open Space) 6/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 4 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION—INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION Vicinity Map t rs"t ir15 t2s n l'S'� TII N Y6 e. ." k''S i,F- , `z �' " i ,a " 5aS'1 ^L 3 i rt.45 r1 7"'"1.4 s;r S ra 3q . f ^a b ?3 3 4v'.'d' R f i -` z0 s r PtL, ,. i 1 ""- c"- - 5. 1 F f .)S Ji pC 4 r f ` y.v:14 .1 xi n d , r �yyry' k p c/'�� re :yl• h ' i-n._,ktt' "L It: t; .r` L 3s4 Project Site Rh 7S ^M1' y'� E' FYI t3r F.1 � i'?S Y^ ' '++ } I� tz 61 ; L e.•, :w rum p T �, �f}, pjc a c r x ii �P R ±i'Q. ' ,; .s..tsi i t f • r'!"1..S4 Y g r F North ' BACKGROUND In 1996, Texaco applied for Site Plan Review No. 9501 to construct and operate a new 3,239-square foot mini-mart/gas station/fast food restaurant, consisting of a 2,299- square foot mini-mart store, a 940-square foot fast food take-out restaurant, and a canopy for fuel pumps on a 1.17-acre project site located at 3310 Grand Avenue. Texaco also applied for Conditional Use Permit No. 007 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption. On February 6, 1996, the Planning Commission 7/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 5 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION — INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION approved Conditional Use Permit 007 for Texaco to sell alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption along with Site Plan Review No. 9501. Subsequent to the approval, the project was appealed to the City Council by the surrounding residents, who expressed concern regarding the potential noise and crime impacts that the project would have on the local community. The project appeal was considered by the City Council on March 26, 1996, at which time the Council denied Conditional Use Permit No. 007 for the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption and approved Site Plan Review No. 9501 to allow Texaco to construct and operate a new 3,239-square foot mini-mart/gas station/fast food restaurant, On November 9, 2010, the applicant, A&S Engineering, the representative for Tesoro South Coast Company, LLC., submitted an application for Conditional Use Permit No, 1OCUP07 to amend Site Plan Review No, 9501 to allow the construction and operation of a new 756-square foot (18' x 42') automated car wash addition at the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The 1.17-acre project site has a General Plan designation of Commercial and is zoned General Commercial (C-G). Per the City's Development Code Appendix "A" Regulations of Uses by Zoning District, an automated car wash is permitted within the General Commercial (C-G) zoning district subject to the approval of a conditional use permit. Approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 is required to amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 to allow the construction of a new automated car wash addition that was not included under the original entitlement. On July 18, 2011, the applicant also submitted an application for Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the existing mini-mart store at the Shell Service Station. The existing mini-mart store is 2,299 square feet and currently sells groceries, snack items, and non-alcoholic beverages. Per the City's Development Code Appendix "A" Regulations of Uses by Zoning District, a store other than a supermarket or drug store that sells alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption is permitted within the General Commercial (C-G) zoning district subject to the approval of a conditional use permit. Approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 is required to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption in any store other than a supermarket or drugstore. The City's Project Review Committee consisting of staff representatives from each of the development related departments have reviewed and recommended approval for both Conditional Use Permits, subject to the attached Conditions of Approval. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 1 OCUP07 The applicant, A&S Engineering, is requesting that the Planning Commission approve Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 to allow the construction and operation of an approximately 756-square foot automated car wash addition. The proposed structure will be attached to the western elevation of the 8/1 13 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 6 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION --INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION existing mini-mart store. The car wash will utilize the existing drive-aisle of the former fast-food restaurant (see Exhibit "A"). ANALYSIS General Plan and Zonin4 Consistency The project site is identified as Commercial on the General Plan Land Use Map and zoned General Commercial (C-G). Automated car wash facilities are permitted within the C-G zoning district subject to the approval of a conditional use permit. Therefore, the approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 1 OCUP07, subject to the attached Conditions of Approval is consistent with the General Plan. Operation The proposed automated car wash addition is conditioned to operate between the hours of operation of 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM daily (Condition of Approval No. 8). There are similar operations (gas station with automated car washes) as well as full service car washes that exist in Chino Hills. The table below identifies existing car wash facilities in the City, whether they are automated car washes at a gas station or a full service car wash facility. Car Wash Location Type of Car wash Built Grand Hand Car Wash & Express Lube Full Service Car Wash Built in 2002 3430 Grand Avenue Chevron Car Wash Automated Car Wash Built in 2003 3610 Grand Avenue Mobil Service Station On the Run Car Wash Automated Car Wash Built in 2003 14220 Chino Hills Parkway Chino Hills Car Wash Full Service Car Wash Built in 1991 14694 Pipeline Avenue Mobil Service Station On the Run Car Wash 15960 Los Serranos Country Club Automated Car Wash Built in 1999 Drive ARCO Service Station Car Wash Automated Car Wash Entitled July 6, 2010, but not 15380 Fairfield Ranch Road constructed 9/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 7 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION — INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION Development Standards Building Height The maximum building height permitted in the General Commercial zone is 45'-0". The roofline of the proposed car wash reaches a maximum height of 17'-0", which is the same height as the existing mini-mart store and complies with the maximum building height standard. Building Setbacks The proposed car wash addition meets all the required setbacks for the General Commercial (C-G) zone as shown in the following table. Building Setback Requirements Required I Proposed , Meets Requirements? Front Yard Setback 25' 147' Yes (Grand Avenue) Side Yard Setback 15' 102' Yes • (Peyton Drive) Access. Parkins and Site Circulation The project will utilize the existing access without any modification. The project will also utilize the existing vacant fast food drive-thru driveway to provide access and vehicle queuing space for the proposed automated car wash tunnel. Vehicles will enter the existing driveway at the eastern side of the Shell Service Station and proceed around the northern side of the building to the automated car wash tunnel. A total of nineteen (19) parking spaces are required for the project; the existing 3,239-square foot mini- mart store/gas station is parked according to the ratio specified for general retail uses (1 space per 200 square feet) and the Development Code indicates that two (2) spaces shall be provided for the automatic car wash bay. The existing Shell Service Station provides twenty-two (22) parking spaces, which includes one (1) ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) parking space. Therefore, the existing on-site parking supply of twenty- two (22) parking spaces will be sufficient. Architecture The proposed architecture of the 756-square foot car wash addition is intended to be consistent with the architecture of the existing mini-mart store/gas station. The project will utilize materials and colors that match the existing elevations of the Shell Service Station (Condition of Approval No. 12). 10/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 8 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION— INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO, 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION Landscaping The existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station is fully landscaped and will not be affected by the project. The proposed car wash addition does not include any new grading or landscaping. Signs The applicant has included the proposed signage area with the current submittal. Prior to installation, a separate sign application shall be submitted for review and approval by the Community Development Department to ensure conformity with the sign provisions of the City of Chino Hills Development Code (Condition of Approval 29). Environmental Assessment/Noise Study An Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program have been prepared pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA, and are recommended for approval since a determination has been made that with the incorporation of the mitigation measures, the proposed project will not have a significant impact on the environment. The Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program were available for public review from August 27, 2011 through September 15, 2011. Based on the Initial Study, a Mitigated Negative Declaration was prepared for the proposed project. The results of the Initial Study show that there are potentially significant impacts to noise, specifically to the existing KinderCare Day Care Center located north of the project site. The noise impacts will be reduced to less than significant after incorporation of mitigation measures. The Noise Element of the General Plan identifies noise levels, and establishes policies designed to minimize the effects of noise on people living in Chino Hills. Excessively high noise levels endanger the public's health and welfare. The Noise Element has established noise/land use compatibility guidelines for land uses and compatible noise levels. For residential land uses, the maximum noise level for a "normally compatible" use is 65 dBA. For a day care facility, the maximum noise level for a "normally compatible" use is 70 decibels (dBA). For commercial retail uses, the maximum noise level for a "normally compatible" use is 85 dBA. Additionally, Chapter 16.48 Performance Standards of the Development Code states that no person shall operate any source of sound which causes the noise level when measured on any other property will exceed the noise standard plus 5 dBA of a cumulative period of more than 15 minutes in any hour; plus 10 dBA of a cumulative period for more than 5 minutes in any hour; plus 15 dBA of a cumulative period of more than 1 minute in any hour; or plus 20 dBA for any period of 11/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 9 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION—INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. lOCUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION time. Therefore, the compatible noise level allowed for the proposed use is between the ranges of 60 dBA— 80 dBA. The City of Chino Hills Noise Standards for a Day Care Center, Residential, and Commercial Retail are listed in the table below. NoisLeve Noise level that may not be exceeded 'Pay 'are Commercial for more than Descriptor Center Residential . Retail 30 minutes in any hour 14o 70 dBA 65 dBA 85+dBA 1 l5jMthileinhiMih&ir l45 I tdAI 70(113A 90,dBA 1 5 minutes in any hour I 14 1 80 dBA 75 dBA 95+dRA Ii Minute in anY hour 1 12 1 85 dRA 80 ilBA dBA 1 Anytime ILam 1 90 dBA I 85 dBA I 105.dBA Wieland Acoustics, the City's noise consultant conducted a noise study on February 23, 2011, to analyze the noise impacts for the proposed car wash addition (Exhibit C). The noise measurements were taken from three locations (see Figure "1" on the next page). Location 1 was taken from the nearby day care center at the building façade and outdoor play area located north of the proposed car wash addition. Location 2 was taken from the rear property line of 3325 Marble Ridge Road located north of the proposed car wash. This location was chosen to represent the main residential area closest to the proposed car wash addition. Location 3 was taken from the nearby commercial retail store at the building facade located east of the Project site. 1 2/1 1 3 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 10 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION—INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION 1.44-t-- - Y- a'k^",:'''µ¢k 's r, Tip -1 ^e i ' i t If '' 1 Residential 11 eci..-4- • __ -v '.." k,,--Plf...?' -CI i k.,_..�e U i i + Day Care Center . �, - iii y x o-5 m h 4 5 6 15::: 3' t4� , \� seirwih ` ti t' 41 s calx Y 5� 1 , ..., .. , ...„ Proposed Carwash a .i.,,,---.4. is 1,1 * , 1" Shell Gas Station K a .,> ,�,,- x v s` t"*t. ; 'alit 'a`. , F ) ...:1. . -c=r x ' F ' _. )S) w y 4� } Y N1M.4. ,y �mTM[+a'sf� v.T^. f r 1 :: Figure 1 — Noise Measurement Locations - ' asts- The following table summarizes the noise measurement results at the three locations. Niue ,el(? Noise level that may not` , �#1, `-'.i' '#.4.2,),'.':t '. :. #3, --,,-,1,,,, exceeded for more than Descriptor , Day Care Center _ Kestdentist , Commercial Reta 30 minutes in any hour Lsp 52.6 dBA 55A dBA 59.2 dBA I 15 minutes in any hour I 1_2s I 555.6 dBA ( 57.1 dBA I 60.2 dBA I 5 minutes in any hour I Ls I 58.9 dBA ( 58.6 dM I 62.0 dBA I I1 minute in any hour- ( L2 � 65.0 dBA ( 60.6 dBA ( 68.2 dBA I Anytime I Lau I 78.2 dBA I 65.2 dBA I 81.7 dBA I Referring to the noise standards above, the measured noise levels were 12 to 26 dBA below the applicable standards at all three locations throughout the monitoring period. Therefore, no adjustments to the standards shall be applied. 13/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 11 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION —INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO, 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION The primary noise sources associated with the operation of the car wash will include the dryer system, cars idling as they wait in line for the car wash, and two vacuum units (which will be installed adjacent to the parking bays west of the car wash tunnel). Based on information provided by the project developer, the dryer system to be installed at this Project is the 30 HP ThrustPro system by Ryko Manufacturing, which will include the manufacturer's noise reduction package. Based on information provided by the manufacturer, the system (with the noise reduction package included) will generate a noise level of 75 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the exit of the car wash tunnel and 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the entrance to the car wash tunnel. Manufacturer's data also indicate that each vacuum unit will generate a noise level of 72 dBA at a distance of 20 feet. Assuming that the proposed car wash and vacuum units will be in operation for at least 30 minutes during the busiest hour, the L50 noise level will be determinative in assessing the potential noise impact. In order to estimate the noise levels that will be generated by the operation of the car wash, a computer noise model was prepared utilizing SoundPLAN software and the manufacturer's data cited above. The model takes a number of significant variables into account, including source sounds power levels, the distance from sources to receivers, the heights of sources and receivers, ground conditions, barrier effects provided by walls, buildings and topography, and noise reflected from hard surfaces such as buildings and walls. The results of the noise modeling are provided in Figure 2 on the next page. Referring to Figure 2, it is estimated that the L5o noise level generated by the operation of the car wash will be up to 71 dBA at the nearest building façade of the day care center, up to 69 dBA at the day care center's exterior play area, up to 62 dBA at the nearest residential property line, and up to 67 dBA at the building façade of the nearby commercial retail store. 14/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 12 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION-INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10Cupo7 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION U) I E '04 IT .., 0 ti 0-0 M I— E L. t a.' P rt di itei Z U) . V 13 n arigM12, , 5:. 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Figure 3 -- Noise Exposure from Car wash with Mitigation Measures 16/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 14 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION —INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO, 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION It is anticipated that the proposed car wash will comply with the City's noise standards at the nearby day care center's exterior play areas, at the single-family homes, and at the nearby commercial retail stores, However, it is anticipated that the City's standard of 70 dBA will be exceeded at the nearest building facade of the day care center. Therefore, Mitigation Measures NO-1 thru NO-4 contained in the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration prepared for the project, are recommended in order to mitigate impacts to a less than significant level: NO-1. The equipment installed in the car wash tunnel shall generate a total noise level of no more than 75 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the exit of the car wash tunnel and 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the entrance to the car wash tunnel while in operation. This total noise level shall include the contributions from all sources associated with the equipment, including: motor noise, fan noise, inlet and outlet noise, and nozzle noise. The equipment shall not generate simple tones. A suitable blower system in the Ryko 30 HP ThrustPRO system with noise reduction package installed; however, other systems may also meet the requirement. NO-2. A maximum of two vacuum units shall be installed at the Project site. Each unit shall generate a noise level of no more than 72 dBA at a distance of 20 feet. The equipment shall not generate simple tones. NO-3. The existing retaining wall along the drive-thru to the car wash shall be increased to a minimum height of eight feet (8'-0"). Refer to Figure 3 on the previous page for the location of the recommended wall. The wall shall be a continuous structure, without gaps or gates, and shall be constructed of a material that provides a minimum surface density of four (4) pounds per square foot. NO-4. The car wash operating hours shall be limited to between 7:00 AM and 10:00 PM daily. The operation of the automated car wash is anticipated to generate noise; however, the design, location, and the noise mitigation measures imposed upon the project will ensure that the noise generated by the project does not adversely affect the surrounding uses and properties. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 The applicant is also requesting that the Planning Commission approve Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the existing mini-mad store at the Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The existing mini-mart store is 2,299 square feet and currently sells groceries, snack 17/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 15 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION — INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION items, and non-alcoholic beverages (See Exhibit A). Per the City's Development Code Appendix "A" Regulations of Uses by Zoning District, a store other than a supermarket or drug store that sells alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption is permitted within the General Commercial (C-G) zoning district subject to the approval of a conditional use permit. Approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 is required to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption in any store other than a supermarket or drugstore. ANALYSIS General Plan and Zoning Consistency The project site is identified as Commercial on the General Plan Land Use Map and zoned General Commercial (C-G), which allows the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption in stores other than supermarkets or drugstores with the approval of a conditional use permit. The existing mini-mart store at the Tesoro/Shell Service Station is a typical commercial use located on a property that has a Commercial land use designation. Approval of the proposed project furthers Major Goal 3 and Focused Goal 3-1 of the General Plan of a "Diversified Economic Base", by providing "Commercial and service uses targeted to serve Chino Hills residents and shoppers from other cities", Therefore, the approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05, subject to the attached Conditions of Approval is consistent with the General Plan. Licensing As required by the State of California, any sale of alcoholic beverages requires a license from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) (Condition of Approval No. 18). The applicant is in the process of obtaining a Type 20 (Off Sale Beer and Wine) alcoholic beverage license from ABC, which authorizes the sale of beer and wine for off-site consumption. ABC license approval is contingent upon receiving a Conditional Use Permit approval from the Planning Commission. The ABC has retail operating standards and provisions in which they enforce and regulate through ABC investigators and local law enforcement officers. The ABC inspects the facility for conformance prior to occupancy. Licenses must be renewed on a 12-month basis. Operation The existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station is operating twenty-four (24) hours, seven days a week. The sales of beer and wine for offsite consumption will be limited to the following hours: Sunday—Thursday from 9:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. and Friday & Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 A.M. (Condition of Approval No. 20). Beer and wine 18/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 16 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION — INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 1OCUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION will be sold in pre-packaged containers, sales of separate alcoholic containers for individual consumption, excluding wine, shall be prohibited (Condition of Approval No, 19). No alcohol may be consumed on the premises of the Tesoro/Shell Service Station (Condition of Approval No. 21). There are similar operations (gas station with convenience stores) within the City, which are currently precluded from selling beer and wine due to the project conditions of approval. However, there are also gas stations with convenience stores that sell beer and wine as part of their daily operations. The table below identifies existing gas stations in the City, whether they sell beer and wine, and whether there are any restrictions placed on the sale of beer and wine. Stations Does station Are there Restrictions on the Comments have off-site sale of beer and wine? sale of beer and wine? Arco Station Yes. No. SEC of Chino Hills Parkway and Pipeline Avenue Butterfield Chevron Yes. Yes. Sales of separate, alcoholic Approved 6510 Butterfield containers for individual September 1997. Ranch Road consumption are prohibited. Chino Hills Unocal No. N/A. 4200 Chino Hills Parkway Mobil Oil on the Yes. Yes. Sales of separate, alcoholic Approved in May Run containers for individual 1998. 15960 Los consumption are prohibited. The Serranos Country sale of beer and wine from the Club Drive convenience store is allowed during the following times only: Sunday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. Mobil Station No. N/A. 3295 Grand Avenue Circle K Gas Yes. Yes. Sales of separate, alcoholic Approved in Station containers for individual September 2006 3260 Chino Avenue consumption are prohibited. The sale of beer and wine from the convenience store is allowed 19/113 Meeting Date: September 201 2011 Page: 17 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION— INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION during the following times only: Sunday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. Seven Eleven Yes. Yes. Sales of separate, alcoholic Fairfield Ranch containers for individual Road and Central consumption are prohibited. The Avenue sale of beer and wine from the convenience store is allowed during the following times only: Sunday -Thursday 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. Arco Station Yes. Yes. Sales of separate, alcoholic Approved January Fairfield Ranch containers for individual 2002. Road and Central consumption are prohibited. The Avenue sale of beer and wine from the convenience store is allowed during the following times only: Sunday -Thursday 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. Chevron at Yes. No. Approved in May Gateway Village 2002. Grand Avenue Signs Window signage advertising alcoholic beverages and cigarettes shall be prohibited (Condition of Approval No, 22). Environmental Assessment Staff has determined that Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) Review for Exemption of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 is to allow the sale of alcohol beverages for off-site consumption within an existing service station with a convenience store. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 will not result in an increase in building size or an intensification of the use as it can be accommodated within the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. Therefore, 20/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 18 SUBJECT: TESOROISHELL SERVICE STATION–INITIAL STUDYIMITiGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION staff has determined with certainty that the project does not have the potential to cause a negative impact on the environment. PUBLIC COMMENTS Subsequent to the submittal of the application, staff mailed notices regarding the submittal of the application to property owners within a 300-foot radius of the prnject site on August 8, 2011. Staff received two (2) responses from property owners within the radius area, which indicated opposition for the project {See Exhibit D). The property owners in opposition expressed concern that there were too many existing car washes in the same vicinity as the proposed car wash facility. The property owners also expressed concern for future loitering at the Tesoro/Shell Service Station if they allowed the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption. Figure 41 llustrates the location of the two existing car wash facilities in comparison to the proposed car wash additionyAitapt the existing TesorotShell Service Station. Fth �`'a[il+glR'nI Iva f io& wb ..c. } ',',- ,� �, ./ f 3 yb ,uf ��f�' '+a.- i,,,. : s 's.3 •�: � r ,'a 2---1,1"'' a im.? 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ExisU Ig Automated `«.ck,, Carwash �p;� �; Carwash -"[.,,,,,,,t .”-..?.site.,. .� �x�__.�.�._.. . .. ..ins _.., . .._ : ..., ._. .--..^:4._a.-:"..— _.�_;. rigure 4— Existing Car wash Facilities Condition of Approval No. 23 far Conditional Use Permit No. I1CUP05 requires that "No Loitering" and "curfew" signs {Chapter 9.12 — curfew) shail be posted conspicuously outside the business and shall be enforced by the business and Police Department. The signage text and locations shall be reviewed and approved by the Comm Development Department and Police Department prior to installation. A noticeof the public hearing and the intent to adopt an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program was mailed to the property owners within a 300-foot radius of the project site on August 24, 201 fi, and was also published 21/113 Meeting Date: September 20, 2011 Page: 19 SUBJECT: TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION— INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE ADDITION OF AN AUTOMATED CAR WASH AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION in the Chino Hills Champion on August 27, 2010. As of the writing of this staff report and subsequent to the mailing of the notice of public hearing, staff has received two comments expressing opposition to the project. Respectfully submitted, Recomme,ped by: „ea. sic.- boo' Joann Lombardo Henry_Noh Planner Prepared Development Director PrincipaI Prepared by: <24d I-44k— --ierrod Walters Associate Planner Attachments: 1OCUP07 Resolution 11CUP05 Resolution Conditions of Approval Exhibit A- Project Plans Exhibit B - Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program Exhibit C - Noise Study Exhibit D - Public Notices In Opposition of Project Affidavit of Mailing Public Hearing Notice Mailing Labels 22/113 RESOLUTION NO. PC 2011 — A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS ADOPTING A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM AND APPROVING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 TO AMEND SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 9501 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW AUTOMATED CAR WASH ADDITION TO THE EXISTING TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION LOCATED AT 3310 GRAND AVENUE 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, A&S Engineering, the representative for Tesoro South Coast Company, requested approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 1OCUP07 to amend Site Plan Review No. 9501, which was previously approved by City Council on March 26, 1996. The requested amendment to the Site Plan Review will allow the construction and operation of a 756- square foot automated car wash facility and related infrastructure at the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station and mini-mart store. B. The site is at 3310 Grand Avenue, located on the northeast corner of Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive, and is legally described as Assessor's Parcel Number (APN) 1023-491-41, as shown in the latest records of the Office of the Tax Assessor of the County of San Bernardino. C. The property has a General Plan designation of Commercial and is zoned General Commercial (C-G). D. An Initial Study for the proposed project was conducted by the City, independently reviewed and analyzed by the City, and based upon the Initial Study, in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City of Chino Hills CEQA Guidelines, a Mitigated Negative Declaration and a Mitigation Monitoring Program are recommended for adoption by the City Council, E. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on September 20, 2011, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all correspondence received on the project. 1 OF 6 23/113 SECTION 2. Based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, does hereby find as follows regarding the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program: A. As required by the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, as amended, and the Guidelines promulgated thereunder, and further, pursuant to the provisions of Section 753.5 (c) Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, and the City of Chino Hills' Local Guidelines for Implementing CEQA, the City of Chino Hills prepared an Initial Study to determine if the proposed project may have a significant effect on the environment; and B. The Initial Study found that mitigation measures and conditions of approval will be added to the project to ensure that the development meets the City's standards and policies, and that project implementation will have a less than significant impact on the environment. C. A Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration was filed with the County of San Bernardino Clerk of the Board, and the public review period was duly noticed by mail and in the Chino Hills Champion. D. The IS/MND and Mitigation Monitoring Program were available for public review from August 27, 2011 through September 15, 2011. E. The following mitigation measures were incorporated into the IS/MND and Mitigation Monitoring Program, prepared in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), the State CEQA Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA, Mitigation Measures NO-1 thru NO-4 are recommended to mitigate potential noise impacts to the adjacent day care facility to less than significant. NO-1: Prior to occupancy, the equipment installed in the car wash tunnel shall generate a total noise level of no more than 75 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the exit of the car wash tunnel and 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the entrance to the car wash tunnel while in operation. This total noise level shall include the contributions from all sources associated with the equipment, including: motor noise, fan noise, inlet and outlet noise, and nozzle noise, The equipment shall not generate simple tones. A suitable blower system in the Ryko 30 HP ThrustPRO system with noise reduction package installed; however, other systems may also meet the requirement. NO-2: Prior to occupancy, a maximum of two vacuum units shall be installed at the Project site. Each unit shall generate a noise level of no more than 72 dBA at a distance of 20 feet. The equipment shall not 2 OF 6 24/113 generate simple tones. NO-3: Prior to occupancy, the existing retaining wall along the drive-thru to the car wash shall be increased to a minimum height of eight feet (8'-0"). The wall shall be a continuous structure, without gaps or gates, and shall be constructed of a material that provides a minimum surface density of four (4) pounds per square foot. NO-4: The car wash operating hours shall be limited to between 7:00 AM and 10:00 PM daily. SECTION 3. Based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission does hereby make the following findings on Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 pursuant to Sections 16.68.050 of the Development Code, as follows: A. FINDING: That the proposed Conditional Use is consistent with the General Plan. FACT: The project site is identified as Commercial on the General Plan Land Use Map and is zoned General Commercial (C-G), which automated car wash facilities are permitted within the C-G zoning district subject to the approval of a conditional use permit. The proposed project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot automated car wash addition at an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station within a zoning district that conditionally allows the proposed use. Approval of the proposed project furthers Major Goal 3 and Focused Goal 3-1 of the General Plan of a "Diversified Economic Base", by providing "Commercial and service uses targeted to serve Chino Hills residents and shoppers from other cities". Therefore, the approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07, subject to the attached Conditions of Approval is consistent with the General Plan. B. FINDING: That the nature, condition, and development of adjacent uses, buildings, and structures have been considered, and that the proposed use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings or structures. F. FACT: The proposed use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to the adjacent uses, buildings, or structures. The proposed commercial use is permitted within the C-N Neighborhood Commercial zoning district, which is intended to restrict commercial uses to those that would serve the needs of nearby residents and ensure that all uses are compatible with the surrounding area. Further, the project is conditioned 3 OF 6 25/113 as referenced herein, to ensure that the project does not negatively impact the adjacent developments. Mitigation Measures NO-1 thru NO-4 are recommended to mitigate potential noise impacts to the adjacent day care facility to less than significant. 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 proposed use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to the adjacent uses, buildings, or structures. The proposed car wash is permitted within the C-G General Commercial zoning district with the approval of a conditional use permit, which is intended to restrict commercial uses to those that would serve the needs of nearby residents and ensure that all uses are compatible with the surrounding area. The proposed car wash is replacing a vacant drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The proposed car wash will consist of a 756-square foot automated car wash tunnel that will be attached to the western elevation of the existing service station. Site Plan Review No. 9501 was approved on March 26, 1996, and meets the Development Code standards for parking, building setbacks and height. Further, the use is required to meet all the Conditions of Approval, which are incorporated herein by reference. D. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use complies with all applicable development standards and the requirements of the zoning district. FACT: The proposed use, with approval of a Conditional Use Permit and conditions as imposed, complies with all applicable development standards in that the project is for the addition of a 756-square foot automated car wash tunnel on the western elevation of the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The car wash tunnel addition will be architecturally compatible with the existing Shell Service Station. The existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station complies with all applicable development standards and the zoning district. E. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use observes the spirit and intent of the Development Code. FACT: With approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07, the proposed use is consistent with the requirements of Development Code. The existing mini-mart store, gas station, and proposed car wash will provide services to the residents living nearby as intended by the General Plan. Also, the Conditions of Approval, as referenced herein, are imposed on the project to ensure that the spirit and intent of the Development Code is observed. 4 OF 6 26/113 SECTION 4. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills does hereby adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program and approve Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to amend Site Plan Review No. 9501, subject to the findings included within this resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 5. The Planning Commission Secretary shall certify to the adoption of this resolution. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 20th day of September 2011. JULIE ALLEN, CHAIRMAN A I I EST: KAREN PULVERS, PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM: BRADLEY E. WOHLENBERG ASSISTANT CITY A I I ORNEY 5 OF 6 27/113 STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS I, KAREN PULVERS, Planning Commission Secretary of the City of Chino Hills, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. PC 2011- was duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Chino Hills Planning Commission held on the 20th day of September 2011, by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: NOES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: ABSENT: COMMISSION MEMBERS: KAREN PULVERS PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY 6 OF 6 28/113 RESOLUTION NO. PC 2011 — A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS APPROVING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11CUP05 TO ALLOW THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR OFF-SITE CONSUMPTION AT THE EXISTING TESORO/SHELL SERVICE STATION LOCATED AT 3310 GRAND AVENUE 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, A&S Engineering, the representative for Tesoro South Coast Company, requested approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station, a store other than a supermarket or drugstore. B. The project is located at 3310 Grand Avenue and is legally described as Assessor's Parcel Number (APN) 1023-491-41, as shown in the latest records of the Office of the Tax Assessor of the County of San Bernardino. C. The property has a General Plan designation of Commercial and is zoned General Commercial (C-G). D. The project is exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to section 15061(b)(3) of the 2009 CEQA Guidelines. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 is to allow the sale of alcohol beverages for off-site consumption within an existing service station with a convenience store. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 will not result in an increase in building size or an intensification of the use as it can be accommodated within the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. Therefore, staff has determined with certainty that the project does not have the potential to cause a negative impact on the environment. E. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on September 20, 2011, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all correspondence received on the project. 1 OF 5 29/113 SECTION 2. Based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission does hereby make the following findings on Conditional Use Permit No. 11 CUP05 pursuant to Sections 16.68.050 of the Development Code, as follows: A. FINDING: That the proposed Conditional Use is consistent with the General Plan. FACT_ The project site is identified as Commercial on the General Plan Land Use Map and is zoned General Commercial (C-G), which allows the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption in stores other than supermarkets or drugstores subject to the approval of a Conditional Use Permit. The proposed project is a typical commercial use proposed on a property that has a Commercial land use designation. Approval of the proposed project furthers Major Goal 3 and Focused Goal 3-1 of the General Plan of a "Diversified Economic Base", by providing "Commercial and service uses targeted to serve Chino Hills residents and shoppers from other cities". Therefore, the approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 11 CUP005, subject to the attached Conditions of Approval is consistent with the General Plan. B. FINDING: That the nature, condition, and development of adjacent uses, buildings, and structures have been considered, and that the proposed use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings or structures. FACT: The proposed use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to the adjacent uses, buildings, or structures. The proposed commercial use is permitted within the C-G General Commercial zoning district with the approval of a conditional use permit, which is intended to restrict commercial uses to those that would serve the needs of nearby residents and ensure that all uses are compatible with the surrounding area. Further, the project is conditioned as referenced herein, to ensure that the project does not negatively impact the adjacent developments. 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 existing mini-mart store at the Tesoro/Shell Service Station is 2,299 square feet and currently sells groceries, snack items, and non- alcoholic beverages. The existing mini-mart store has the adequate size and shape to accommodate the proposed use and no improvements are proposed. A Site Plan Review (Site Plan Review No, 9501) for the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station was approved on March 26, 1996, and meets the Development Code standards for parking, building 2 OF 5 30/113 setbacks and height. Further, the use is required to meet all the Conditions of Approval, which are incorporated herein by reference. D. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use complies with all applicable development standards and the requirements of the zoning district. FACT: The proposed use, with approval of a Conditional Use Permit and conditions as imposed, complies with all applicable development standards in that the project is for a business use only and no exterior modifications are being proposed to the existing 2,299-square foot mini- mart store. E. FINDING:: That the proposed conditional use observes the spirit and intent of the Development Code. FACT: With approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05, the proposed use is consistent with the requirements of Development Code. The existing mini-mart store will be able to expand its services to the residents living nearby as intended by the General Plan. In addition, the Conditions of Approval, as referenced herein, are imposed on the project to ensure that the spirit and intent of the Development Code is observed. F. FINDING: Public convenience and necessity will be met by allowing the offsite sales of beer and wine at the proposed location. FACT:ABC only allows a maximum of five off-site alcoholic vendors to sell alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption within Census Tract 0001.04, which the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station is located. Currently, there are three off-site alcoholic beverage vendors within Census Tract 0001.04 that have ABC licenses. The three existing vendors, Chevron Service Station, 99 Ranch Supermarket, and Henrys/Sprouts Farmers Market are unique and serve different consumers. Therefore, the addition of the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station as an off-site alcoholic beverage vendor would not over concentrate the area. It is very common for gas stations/convenience stores to sell beer and wine as part of their daily operation. Currently, six out of nine gas stations/convenience stores in the City have off- sales beer and wine licenses. Allowing the sales of beer and wine for off-site consumption at the subject site would provide public convenience and necessity. SECTION 3. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills does hereby approve Conditional Use Permit No. 11 CUP05, subject to the findings included within this resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval incorporated herein by reference. 3OF5 31/113 SECTION 4. The Community Development Secretary shall certify to the adoption of this resolution. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 20th day of September 2011. JULIE ALLEN, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: KAREN PULVERS PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM: BRADLEY E. WOHLENBERG ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY 4 OF 5 32/113 STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS I, KAREN PULVERS, Planning Commission Secretary of the City of Chino Hills, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. PC 2011- was duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Chino Hills Planning Commission held on the 20th day of September 2011, by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: NOES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: ABSENT: COMMISSION MEMBERS: KAREN PULVERS PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY 5 OF 5 33/113 CITY OF CHINO HILLS ;!:" ~.:1!!!!)r". Conditions of Approval Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to Amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 3310 Grand Avenue crry OF CHINO HELLS Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine PLANNING DIVISION GENERAL/ INFORMATIONAUON-GOING: 1. A. Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 shall become null and void: (1) Unless substantial construction has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after approval of said Conditional Use Permit. (2) Where circumstances beyond the control of the applicant cause delays which do not permit compliance with the time limitation established in this section, the Planning Commission may grant an extension of time for a period not to exceed an additional twelve (12) 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 Map. The applicant will be responsible for initiating any extension request. B. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 shall become null and void: (1) Unless substantial construction has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after approval of said Conditional Use Permit. (2) Where circumstances beyond the control of the applicant cause delays which do not permit compliance with the time limitation established in this section, the Planning Commission may grant an extension of time for a period not to exceed an additional twelve (12) 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 Map. The applicant will be responsible for initiating any extension request. 2. The Applicant and 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, City of Chino Hills September 20, 2011 34/,1,13.. Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine Conditions of Approval costs, and expenses of whatever nature, including reasonable attorney's fees and disbursements (collectively "Claims") arising out of or in any way relating 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. The development of the project shall be in substantial conformance with the Conditions of Approval and plans as approved by the Planning Commission. Any changes to the Site Plan are subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee. 5. The project shall be in substantial conformance with all of the conditions set forth in Site Plan Review No. 9501 as approved by the City Council on March 26, 1996, except as specifically modified in Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 and Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05. No modification to the Site Plan, Design Plan, or the Conditions of Approval for Site Plan Review No. 9501, Conditional Use Permit No. 1OCUP07 and Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 shall be permitted, except those specifically approved in this amendment, without the approval of the Community Development Director or his/her designee. 6. The development of the project shall comply with the Mitigation Monitoring Program (MMP) attached and incorporated by reference as adopted by the Planning Commission City on September 20, 2011. Prior to occupancy, the applicant shall demonstrate compliance with all of the Mitigation Measures. The applicant is responsible to bear all costs for the acoustical consultant on record to verify that all car wash equipment installed is in compliance with all of the Mitigation Measures. 7. The applicant shall comply with the conditions in the transmittal from the Chino Valley Independent Fire District Permit#14114, dated September 13, 2011, a copy of which is attached hereto. 8. The car wash operating hours shall be limited to 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM daily. 9. Noise emanating from the project shall not exceed the noise standards as listed in Chapter 16.48 of the City's Development Code. See Mitigation Measure NO- 1, NO-2, NO-3, and NO-4 for further clarification, City of Chino Hills 2 of 10 September 20, &SY1 1 3 Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine Conditions of Approval 10. Construction hours 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. 11. All utility, mechanical, and electrical equipment, including fire risers, shall be enclosed within the building. 12. The colors, materials, and finishes of the car wash addition shall be consistent with the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station as shown on the approved plans. 13. All areas within the project site shall be maintained free of trash and debris. 14. 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. 15. The project shall comply with all applicable National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requirements. 16. Wash water from the car wash operations shall be captured, filtered, and reused to the full extent feasible. 17. Any exposed surfaces of retaining or site walls (excluding the trash enclosure and columns) shall be composed of split-face block and the walls shall feature a pre-cast cap. 18. This approval allows for alcoholic beverage sales for a Type 20 "off sale beer and wine" ABC license within the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station mini-mart store 19. Sales of separate alcoholic containers for individual consumption, excluding wine, unless packaged for sale as such by the manufacturer, are prohibited. 20. The sale of beer and wine from the mini-mart store is allowed only during the following times: Sunday —Thursday 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. 21. The consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises of the Tesoro/Shell Service Station shall be prohibited. The applicant and/or operator of the project shall construct and post signage on the property in a manner that is visible to customers indicating, "Drinking of Alcoholic Beverages is Prohibited on this City of Chino Hills 3 of 10 September 20, mil 1 3 Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine Conditions of Approval Property," prior to Occupancy. The location, design, size, and wording of the sign shall be subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee. 22. No window signage or any other window attachment or treatment is permitted, excluding a small sign or signs indicating the hours of operation, business name, and/or an "open" sign. The location, design, size, and purpose of any requested signage shall be subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee. 23. "No Loitering" and "Curfew" signs (Chapter 9.12 — Curfew) shall be posted conspicuously outside the business and shall be enforced by the business and Police Department. The signage text and locations shall be reviewed and approved by the Community Development Department and Police Department prior to installation. 24. Outdoor storage shall be strictly prohibited. Outdoor storage includes, but is not limited to pallets, boxes, cardboard, crates, machinery, equipment, and store merchandise of any kind. 25. The applicant, its authorized agent, or the operator of the project shall ensure that solid waste disposal services are provided by a City approved waste hauler. 26. This use shall not create a public nuisance. 27. a.) Prior to commencement of the approved use, all appropriate licenses from the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control shall be obtained. b.) Prior to commencement of the approved use, all conditions of approval shall be complied with to the satisfaction of the Director of Community Development. c.) Failure to comply with any conditions of approval shall be deemed just cause for revocation of project approval by the Planning Commission. 28. Trust Deposit Accounts shall show no deficits. If the associated trust deposit account shows a negative balance the project construction shall cease, including inspections. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS: 29. Signs proposed for the project shall comply with the sign provisions of the City of Chino Hills Development Code, and shall require a separate application and approval by the Director of Community Development or designee. City of Chino Hills 4 of 10 September 20, 2n1/1 1 3 Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine Conditions of Approval 30. The applicant shall submit documentation identifying the noise levels that will be generated by the project and demonstrating compliance with the noise requirements and standards of Chapter 16.48 Performance Standards, the Noise Element of the General Plan, and Mitigation Measure NO-1, NO-2, NO-3, and NO-4. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 31. All required improvements shall be installed and deemed complete prior to occupancy. 32. All Trust Deposit Accounts shall show no deficits. All deficits shall be paid in full before the certificate of Occupancy is issued. BUILDING AND SAFETY PRIOR TO THE SUBMITTAL OF PRECISE GRADE /BUILDING PLANS: 33. 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. 34. All drainage shall be collected by on-site storm drains. No drainage shall enter the street. 35. 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. 36. Plans shall incorporate all the requirements of the State of California 2010 Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Codes and the 2010 California State Energy Code. PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 37. Certification of precise grade and compaction shall be submitted on approved City form. 38. The construction area 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 5 of 10 September 20, $7871 1 3 Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine Conditions of Approval 39. All structures over 5,000 square feet shall be required an automatic fire sprinkler system. Automatic fire sprinkler systems shall comply with the 2010 California Building Code. 40. Plans shall incorporate any and all water conservation requirements contained with the City of Chino Hills Development Code, Uniform Plumbing Code and the 2010 California State Energy Code. PRIOR TO FOUNDATION INSPECTION: 41. 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: 42. All utilities and circulation elements necessary to serve the building shall be installed, and accepted prior to final inspection. 43. Sign offs from all applicable City Divisions/Departments and outside agencies shall be obtained prior to any final inspection or utility releases. 44. All structures and on site improvements including but not limited to parking areas and walkways shall comply with all the requirements of the State of California 2010 Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Codes. 45. No public/employee access to the car wash will be allowed until the car wash has received a final inspection and occupancy approval. 46. All applicable planting, irrigation, walls, and improvements required prior to commencement of operation shall be installed. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 47. Developer shall submit a Final Water Quality Management Plan for review and approval by the City Engineer. WQMP shall be prepared in accordance with the guidelines established by the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) END OF SEQUENTIAL CONDITIONS Project Manager: Jerrod Walters City of Chino Hills 6 of 10 September 20, 2%h/i 13 Conditional Use Permit No. 1OCUP07 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine Conditions of Approval r! Board of Directors iHis . Chino Valley Fire District Jim S.Espinosa President Ed Gray f d 14011 City Center Drive Vice President � . '} ,. 1; 4 `ty_ Chino Hills,CA 91709 Sarah Evinger -' ' (909)902-5260 Administration John DeMonaco ` TKi+� r 's�G '" (909)902-5280 Fire Prevention Ray Marquez (909)902-5250 Fax chinovalleyfire.org Fire Chief Kirk Summers September 13,2011 FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS It is a recommendation of the Chino Valley Fire District that the developer of every new construction project facilitate a pre- construction meeting. The meeting is to be scheduled with the Deputy Fire Marshal. Attendees of the meeting shall include a Fire District representative,the Developer,and the General Contractor, The following arc the Fire District conditions of this development. Questions regarding plan review fees,plan routing procedures,or the status of your plans can be answered by calling Alma Nielsen at(909)902-5280,extension 404. Questions regarding these requirements can be answered by calling Deputy Fire Marshal Danielle Barnes at (909)902-5280,extension 401, Permit# 14114 Section 9-1100 Project Name: SHELL/TESORO GAS STATION Building Address: 3310 GRAND AVE City if: 10PAROO I, IOCUP07 Type of Development: Commercial County#: 1023-491-41 Tract#: Applicant: A&S ENGINEERING INC Address: 207 W ALAMEDA AVE,STE 203 City,State,Zip: BURBANK,CA 91502 Phone#: (818)842-3644 Design Engineer: Address: City,State,Zip: Phone#: Applicable Fire Protection Standards are: 111, 121, 122, 141 The Required Fire Flow for this project is: G.P.M.@ 20 P.S.I.Residual Pressure, 2 Hour Duration. City of Chino Hills 7 of 10 September 20, *071 13 Conditional Use Permit No. 1OCUP07 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine Conditions of Approval Permit# 14114 FIRE DISTRICT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL The above-referenced project is in the jurisdiction of the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. Prior to any construction occurring on any parcel,the applicant shall contact the Fire District for verification of current fire protection development requirements. Any modification,change of use,or tenant improvement to any occupancy shall be submitted to the Fire Prevention Division for approval prior to any work being done, All new construction shall comply with the International Fire Code,2009 Edition,and the California Fire Code, 2010 Edition(as adopted by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District);and all applicable statues,codes, ordinances and Fire District Standards. All required permits shall be obtained and fees paid as specified in the current Fire District Fee Schedule Ordinance. 3.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 3,1 An automatid'proteetion fire sprinkler system is required. This system shall comply with NFPA Standard No, 13 and Fire District Standard No. 110, Three(3)sets of detailed plans along with hydraulic calculations and material specifications shall be submitted to the Fire Prevention Division. The system shall be installed,tested and approved prior to system final. Fire sprinkler systems shall be installed by a licensed C-16 contractor. 3.9 Hand-held portable fire extinguishers are required to be installed. The location,type and cabinet design shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Division. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 128. 3.11 "No Parking-Fire Lane"signs shall be installed in interior access drives at locations designated by the Fire Prevention Division. Curbs shall be painted red at locations designated by the Fire Prevention Division. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 121. 3.17 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. 0.0 No Conditions for this Project. City of Chino Hills 8 of 10 September 20, 2(#1r/1131 Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 Tesoro/Shell Service Station Car Wash Addition and Off-Site Sales of Beer and Wine Conditions of Approval September 13,2011 Permit: 14114 4,0 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR THIS PROJECT ARE: 1. Three(3)sets of the following plans shall be submitted for each address to one of the approved Fire District Consultants for review and final approval by the Fire District for issuance of Permit prior to the commencement of work. The Permit and an approvcd/stamped set of plans must be maintained at the worksite during construction. Fees are to be paid at time of submittal. a).TI Construction—Plans must have proper and complete addresses. 2. Fire Department Access shall be maintained throughout the project. 3.Plans shall be submitted to CVFD for the demolition of the old Subway Sandwich Shop. f� City of Chino Hills 9 of 10 September 20, 1 1 3 MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM NOISE QUALITY MITIGATION MEASURE TIMING DEPARTMENT SIGNATURE DATE NO-1. The equipment installed in the carwash tunnel Required with Planning shall generate a total noise level of no more than 75 the submittal of Division and dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the exit of the building permit Building & carwash tunnel and 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet plans. Review Safety Division from the entrance to the carwash tunnel while in and accepted operation. This total noise level shall include the prior to issuance contributions from all sources associated with the of building equipment, including: motor noise, fan noise, inlet and permits. outlet noise, and nozzle noise. The equipment shall not generate simple tones. A suitable blower system in the Ryko 30 HP ThrustPRO system with noise reduction package installed; however, other systems may also meet the requirement. NO-2. A maximum of two vacuum units shall be Required with Planning installed at the Project site. Each unit shall generate a the submittal of Division and noise level of no more than 72 dBA at a distance of 20 building permit Building & feet. The equipment shall not generate simple tones, plans. Review Safety Division and accepted prior to issuance of building permits. NO-3. The existing retaining wall along the drive-thru Required with Planning to the carwash shall be increased to a minimum height the submittal of Division and of eight feet (8'-0"). Refer to Exhibit 4 for the location building permit Building & of the recommended wall. The wall shall be a plans. 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J/ i- koew� 1/-- 2 la USW DanaWW.W0) \ l�xie 1 ' / I xIi , , Ili ra I . / / / /:.,, Own S1.00li Conn ) 9See vow rcmvn wnrr+n V S Y 11 • n Di ---- ,......, --Tigni-7------:" Ito ill orunIn en'nu 1 Al I 7TNiN 4x CITY OF CHINO HILLS INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION ``; for crry OF CHINO MILS CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 August 24, 2011 City of Chino Hills Community Development Department 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, California 91709 Jerrod Walters, Associate Planner— Development Services (909) 364-2753 47/113 Exhibit "B" TABLE OF CONTENTS Page No. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 1. INTRODUCTION 1 2. EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS 2 3. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION 3 4. PROJECT BACKGROUND: 4 5. ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS CHECKLIST 6 6. EXPLANATION OF THE ITEMS MARKED ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST FORM 16 8. INCORPORATION BY REFERENCE 39 9. LIST OF PREPARERS 40 11. MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 41 LIST OF TABLES Page No. 1. EXISTING LAND USE AND GENERAL PLAN/ZONING DESIGNATIONS 5 2. WORST CASE SCENARIO FOR CONSTRUCTION EMISSIONS 19 3. WORST CASE SCENARIO FOR OPERATIONAL EMISSIONS 19 4. CITY NOISE STANDARDS FOR DAY CARE CENTER, RESIDENTIAL, AND COMMERCIAL RETAIL 29 5. NOISE MEASUREMENT RESULTS 30 LIST OF EXHIBITS 1. SITE AERIAL 17 2. NOISE MEASUREMENT LOCATIONS 30 3. NOISE EXPOSURE FROM CARWASH WITHOUT MITIGATION MEASURES 32 4. NOISE EXPOSURE FROM CARWASH WITH MITIGATION MEASURES 33 5. PROJECT SITE PLAN 41 6. MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM... 42 48/113 APPENDICES A. Wieland Acoustics, Inc., Noise Analysis for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07, April 2011 B. Urban Emissions (URBEMIS) 2007 Model (Version 9.2.4) C. ATC Design Group, Preliminary Water Quality Management Plan (PWQMP) for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07, August 2.011 4'9/113 CITY OF CHINO HILLS INITIAL STUDY FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 10CUP07 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Initial Study assesses the potential environmental impacts of Conditional Use Permit No. 1OCUP07 (the Project), a proposal to amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 to construct and operate a new 756-square foot (18' x 42') automated carwash addition at the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station located at 3310 grand Avenue. The proposed carwash is replacing a vacant drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the Tesoro/Shell Service Station. An aerial photograph which shows the Project site is included in Exhibit 1. The 1.17-acre Project site has a General Plan designation of Commercial and is zoned C-G General Commercial. Per Appendix "A" Regulations of Uses by Zoning Districts of the Chino Hills Municipal Code, approval of a conditional use permit is required to allow the construction and operation of an automated carwash facility located in the C-G General Commercial zone. The results of the Initial Study show that there are potentially significant impacts to Noise, specifically to the existing day care center (KinderCare) located north of the Project site. These impacts will be reduced to less than significant after incorporation of mitigation measures. (See Exhibit 6 for a list of mitigation measures). Impacts to other environmental factors: Aesthetics, Agricultural Resources, Air Quality, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Biological Resources, Cultural Resources, Geology and Soils, Hydrology and Water Quality, Hazards and Hazardous Materials, Land Use and Planning, Mineral Resources, Population and Housing, Public Services, Recreation, Transportation and Traffic, and Utilities and Service Systems are considered as having a less than significant or no impact on the environment. Based on this Initial Study, a Mitigated Negative Declaration is being recommended for adoption. 1. INTRODUCTION Purpose and Scope This Initial Study serves as the environmental review of the proposed Project, as required by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq., the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City of Chino Hills' Local Guidelines for Implementing CEQA. In accordance with Section 15063 of the State CEQA Guidelines, the City is required to prepare an Initial Study to determine if the Project may have a significant effect on the environment. This Initial Study is intended to be an informational document providing the Planning Commission, other public agencies, and the general public with an objective assessment of the potential environmental impacts that could result from the implementation of the project. Initial Study for 1 OCUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 1 August24, 2011 50/113 Incorporation by Reference This Initial Study is based in part on the information and analysis contained in other environmental and planning documents. These documents are hereby incorporated by reference in their entirety into this Initial Study, as authorized by Section 15150 of the State CEQA Guidelines, All of the documents incorporated by reference are listed in Section 9 of this Initial Study, 2. EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS An Environmental Checklist Form (Form) has been used to evaluate the potential environmental impacts associated with the proposed project. The Form has been prepared by the Resources Agency of California to assist local governmental agencies, such as the City of Chino Hills, in complying with the requirements of the Statutes and Guidelines for implementing the California Environmental Quality Act. The Form has been used by the City of Chino Hills to review the effects of the proposed project with respect to the following environmental factors. Based on the analysis in this Initial Study, the following environmental factors are considered "Less Than Significant with Mitigation Incorporated" as a result of the proposed Project. ❑ Aesthetics 0 Hazards and 0 Public Services ❑ Agriculture and Hazardous Materials ❑ Recreation Forestry Resources ❑ Hydrology/Water 0 Transportation/Traffic ❑ Air Quality Quality 0 Utilities/Service ❑ Biological Resources 0 Land Use/Planning Systems ❑ Cultural Resources 0 Mineral Resources 0 Mandatory Findings of ❑ Geology/Soils • Noise Significance ❑ Greenhouse Gas ❑ Population/Housing Emissions In the Form, a series of questions is asked about the project for each of the above-listed environmental factors. A brief explanation is then provided for each question on the Form. There are four possible responses to each question: A. Potentially Significant Impact. This response is used when the project has the potential to have an effect on the environment that is considered to be significant and adverse. B. Less Than Significant with Mitigation Incorporated. This response is used when the project has the potential to have a significant impact, which is not expected to occur because: a. Mitigation measures have been incorporated into the project design in order to reduce the impact to a less than significant level; or, b. Adherence to existing policies, regulations, and/or design standards would reduce the impact of the project to a less than significant level. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 2 August 24, 2011 51/113 C. Less Than Significant Impact. This response is used when the potential environmental impact of the project is determined to be below known or measurable thresholds of significance and thus would not require mitigation. D. No Impact. This response is used when the proposed project does not have any measurable impact. 3. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION On the basis of this initial evaluation, I find that: ❑ The proposed project could not have a significant effect on the environment, and a Negative Declaration will be prepared. • Although the proposed project could have a significant effect on the environment, there will not be a significant effect in this case because the mitigation measures, described in Exhibit 2 (attached), have been added to the Project. A Mitigated Negative Declaration will be prepared. ❑ The proposed project may have a significant effect on the environment, and an Environmental Impact Report is required. ❑ The proposed project may have a "potentially significant impact" or "potentially significant unless mitigated" impact on the environment, but at least one of the impacts has been: 1) adequately analyzed in an earlier document pursuant to applicable legal standards and 2) has been addressed by mitigation measures based on the earlier analysis as described on the attached sheets. An Environmental Impact Report is required, but it is must analyze only those impacts that remain to be addressed. ❑ Although the proposed project could have a significant effect on the environment, because all potentially significant effects (a) have been analyzed adequately in an earlier Environmental Impact Report (EIR) or in a Negative Declaration pursuant to applicable legal standards, and (b) have been avoided or mitigated pursuant to that earlier EIR or Negative Declaration, including revisions or mitigation measures that are imposed upon the proposed project, nothing further is required. Approved for distribution by: Signature: r � ' at444"1 Joann Lombardo, Community Development Director Prepared by: Jerrod Walters, Associate Planner Date: August 24, 2011 Public Review: August 27, 2011 through September 15, 2011 Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 3 August 24, 2011 5 2/1 13 4. PROJECT BACKGROUND: Project Title: Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 Location: 3310 Grand Avenue Site Size: 1.17 acres APN: 1023-491-41 Proposal: The Project proposes to construct and operate a new 756-square foot (18' x 42') automated carwash facility at the existing Tesoro/Shell Service station located at 3310 grand Avenue. The proposed carwash is replacing a vacant drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the Tesoro/Shell Service Station. Applicant: A&S Engineering 28405 Sand Canyon Road, Suite "B" Canyon Country, CA 91387 Lead Agency Staff: Jerrod Walters, Associate Planner, Telephone: (909) 364-2753 Project Description: The Project proposes to construct and operate a new 756-square foot (18' x 42') automated carwash facility at the existing Tesoro/Shell Service station located at 3310 grand Avenue. The proposed carwash is replacing a vacant drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The proposed carwash addition will be attached to the western elevation of the existing convenience store located on the northeastern corner of Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive (Exhibit 1). The proposed hours of operation for the automated carwash will be from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily. The Project site is currently designated by the City's General Plan as Commercial and zoned General Commercial (C-G). Automated carwash facilities are permitted within the C-G zoning district subject to the approval of a conditional use permit. The Project applicant is also requesting approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the existing mini-mart store at the Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The existing mini-mart store consists of 2,299 square feet and currently sells groceries, snack items, and non-alcoholic beverages. Approval of a Conditional Use Permit is required to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption in any store other than a supermarket or drugstore. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) Review for Exemption of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 is to allow the sale of alcohol beverages for off-site consumption within an existing gas station with a convenience store. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 will not result in an increase in building size or an intensification of the use as it can be accommodated within the overall Tesoro/Shell Service Station. Therefore, staff has determined with certainty that Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 does not have the potential to cause a negative impact on the environment and this Initial Study does not include any discussion regarding Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page6/1 1 3 August 24, 2011 Project Site Conditions: The Project site contains an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station, which is located on the northeast corner of Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive. The existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station is located within an existing shopping center (see Exhibit 1). The existing service station has an on-site parking supply of twenty-two (22) parking spaces, is fully landscaped, and all on-site utilities are existing. The Project site is fully landscaped and the Project does not include any new grading or landscaping. Surrounding Land Uses The site is fully developed and is surrounded by an existing day care center and single-family residential homes located to the north, existing commercial development located to the east and south, and existing residential and open space located to the west of the Project site, as shown in Table 1 below. Table 1. Existing Land Use and General Plan/Zonin, Desi•nations lyoecataLanUs ;„ g '�a�8a�Vev9ni�o _ ,. <4S0Zo'��fngSn Tesoro/Shell Service commercial C-G General Commercial Station KinderCare Day Care Commercial and Low Density C-G General Commercial North Center and Single-Family and PD 17-127 (Low Residential Residential Density Residential) South The Shoppes Commercial ( SP 04-01 East Multi-Retail Building Commercial C-G General Commercial Single-Family Residential Low Density Residential and PD 17-127 (Low Density West Residential) and Open and Open Space Open Space Space Approvals Required: In order to complete the project and to authorize construction of the development, the City of Chino Hills would need to take the following discretionary actions: • Approval of a Mitigated Negative Declaration; • Approval of a Mitigation Monitoring Program; and • Approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 After these actions have been taken, building permits must be obtained prior to constructing the project. 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Stitre C 1;ESOt3frame? 14.37± WeiggegeiWanz a) Have a substantial adverse effect, 0 ❑ ❑ either directly or through habitat modification, on any species identified as candidate, sensitive or special status species in local or regional plans, policies or regulations, or by the California Department of Fish and Game or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service? b) Have a substantial adverse effect 0 ❑ ❑ on any riparian habitat or other sensitive natural community identified in local or regional plans, policies or regulations, or by the California Department of Fish and Game or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service? c) Have a substantial adverse effect 0 0 ❑ on federally protected wetlands as defined by Section 404 of the Clean Water Act(including but not limited to marsh, vernal pool, coastal, etc.)through direct removal, filling, hydrological interruption, or other means? d) Interfere substantially with the 0 ❑ 0 movement of any native resident or migratory fish or wildlife species or with established native resident or migratory wildlife corridors, or impede the use of native wildlife nursery sites? e) Conflict with any local policies or ❑ 0 ordinances protecting biological resources, such as a tree preservation policy or ordinance? e) Conflict with the provisions of an 0 ❑ ❑ adopted Habitat Conservation Plan, Natural Conservancy Conservation Plan, or other approved local, regional, or state habitat conservation plan? 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Our.;tint a) Expose people or structures to potential substantial adverse effects, including the risk of loss, injury, or death involving: i) Rupture of a known earthquake ❑ ❑ ❑ fault, as delineated on the most recent Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zoning Map issued by the State Geologist for the area or based on other substantial evidence of a known fault? Refer to Division of Mines and Geology Special Publication 42. 0 ❑ ❑ ii) Strong seismic ground ❑ 0 0 a shaking? Hi) Seismic-related ground failure, ❑ ❑ ❑ a including liquefaction? iv) Landslides? b) Result in substantial soil erosion or ❑ ❑ � ❑ the loss of topsoil? c) Be located on a geologic unit or soil 0 ❑ ❑ that is unstable, or that would become unstable as a result of the Project, and potentially result in on- or off-site landslide, lateral spreading, subsidence, liquefaction or collapse? d) Be located on expansive soil,as I 0 0 ❑ a defined in Table 18-1-B of the Uniform Building Code(1994), creating substantial risks to life or Initial Study for 1OCUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 9 August 24, 2011 58/113 343 5 1 d _ t w x r.a#ate r + 'r . tav tikes;SA . �;y i to b M tM eiiNzni3 C�SYl;��.� b w5� rF,nf R: q".v e a q ej I .. gk'1 vt si+ X1:1 r ? ' ,�` y, R� �°i . '"d r rcY'aSity Y-` A,La `'�+ i'1 Sa a it e `c a .:... < .. . `217"`'Yis. -W �. F -G 'i ..e}.. as - ':. `.R.�v` � i pa k*, st'�.W1:12.' Te3 k71�t .�-n«.',._.�a property? e) Have soils incapable of adequately ❑ ❑ ❑ supporting the use of septic tanks or alternative wastewater disposal systems where sewers are not available for the disposal of waste water? WI, re,cg lu® S ' ? 'MCSSrQt3 17 s� .tea la 7. .�:`e �OISA a) Generate greenhouse gas ❑ ❑ 0 ❑ emissions, either directly or indirectly, that may have a significant impact on the environment? b) Conflict with an applicable plan, 0 0 0 0 policy, or regulation adopted for the purpose of reducing emissions of greenhouse •ases? VIIIH F2�S` 'tJm ARS amt Si i a) Create a significant hazard to the ❑ 0 ❑ 1� public or the environment through the routine transport, use, or disposal of hazardous materials? b) Create a significant hazard to the 0 ❑ 0 0 public or the environment through reasonably foreseeable upset and accident conditions involving the release of hazardous materials into the environment? c) Emit hazardous emissions or 0 0 0 0 handle hazardous or acutely hazardous materials, substances, or waste within one-quarter mile of an existing or proposed school? d ) Be located on a site included on 0 0 ❑ the list of hazardous materials sites compiled per Government Code Section 65962.5 and, as a result, would it create a significant hazard to the public or the environment? e) For a Project located within an ❑ 0 ❑ airport land use plan or,where such a plan has not been adopted, within two miles of a public airport or public use airport, would it result in a safety hazard for people residing or working in the project area? 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LIB vGaia.� I V: `� , f} For a Project within the vicinity of a ❑ ❑ 0 private airstrip, would the Project result in a safety hazard for people residing or working in the area? g) Impair implementation of, or 0 0 ❑ 0 physically interfere with, an adopted emergency response plan or emergency evacuation plan? h) Expose people or structures to a 0 0 0 0 significant risk of loss, injury or death involving wildland fires, including where wlldiands are adjacent to urbanized areas or where residences are intermixed with wildlands? -71X2 e - bt• D t- UAr § y; r"aue fes-i 's. 6 ga s ,�: a) Violate any water quality standards 0 0 ❑ or waste discharge requirements? b) Substantially deplete groundwater 0 0 0 0 supplies or interfere substantially with groundwater recharge such that there would be a net deficit in aquifer volume ora lowering of the local groundwater table level (e.g., the production rate of pre-existing nearby wells would drop to a level which would not support existing or planned land uses for which permits have been granted)? c) Substantially alter the existing 0 0 0 0 drainage pattern of the site or area, including alteration of the course of a stream or river, in a manner that would result in substantial erosion or siltation on-or off-site? d) Substantially alter the existing 0 0 0 0 drainage pattern of the site or area, including through the alteration of the course of a stream or river, or substantially increase the rate or amount of surface runoff in such a way as to result in flooding either on-site or off-site? e) Create or contribute runoff water 0 0 01 0 exceeding the capacity of existing or planned storm water drainage systems or provide substantial additional sources of polluted runoff? initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 11 August 24, 2011 60/113 f wLe a ��� a &rto r re • aa � ile u i'Aw . S li r� 5 do C�'R"'M1'Yi ". ml' ., b A .. M1re �97s# ,.i NU4,:avkilt .,. vex"' .. .. ..y ._ •;• .yg co_.ata • .,_k,ix� C !a f) Otherwise substantially degrade ❑ ❑ ❑ �� water quality? g) Place housing within a 100-year ❑ ❑ 0 flood hazard area as mapped on a federal Flood Hazard Boundary or Flood Insurance Rate Map or other flood hazard delineation map? h) Place,within a 100-year flood 0 ❑ 0 hazard area, structures that would impede or redirect flood flows? i) Expose people or structures to a ❑ ❑ 0 significant risk of loss, injury or death involving flooding, including flooding ass result of the failure of a levee or dam? j) Inundation by seiche,tsunami, or ❑ 0 ❑ mudflow? PiXitlite1 -11 '2- 12 trcrif ALM t` w • a) Physically divide an established ! ❑ ❑ ❑ MI community? b) Conflict with any applicable land ❑ ❑ ❑ use plan, policy, or regulation of an agency with jurisdiction over the project(including, but not limited to the general plan, specific plan, local coastal program, or zoning ordinance) adopted for the purpose of avoiding or mitigating an environmental effect? c) Conflict with any applicable habitat ❑ ❑ ' 0 conservation plan or natural community conservation plan? � N • " . 'MINE f "W d , �4 a) Result in the loss of availability of a 0 0 ❑ known mineral resource that would be of value to the region and the residents of the state? b) Result in the loss of availability of a 0 0 0 locally important mineral resource recovery site delineated on a local general plan, specific plan or other land use plan? X)t f''a_<a;,214015E°'..,V aul '. _.'`?p" irtbh i a`lift off` 1 I I I I a) Exposure of persons to a ❑ ❑ ❑ generation of noise levels in excess of standards established in the local general plan or noise ordinance, or applicable standards Initial Study for 1OCUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 12 August 24, 2011 61/113 Ogai _ ^k' 3a' :e n n }? , + wa� am4n ' , L1 it -0. r } {laws/. ' x,e i ..: rk er' 4igl gry k ` vq ° ' trL , eKyti ,g . 7 M s t -,. ( a ,� s .41+3 3x :t4i { ` ", A t�4"� me. 0,301 $�.4 �e D. +mr) 5.5`4 at 'd of other agencies? b) Exposure of persons to a ❑ 0 5 ❑ generation of excessive groundborne vibration or groundbome noise levels? c) A substantial permanent increase 0 5 ❑ 0 in ambient noise levels in the Project uicinity above levels existing without the Project? d) A substantial temporary or periodic 0 ® 0 0 increase in ambient noise levels in the Project vicinity above levels existing without the Project? e) For a Project located within an 0 0 0 5 airport land use plan or, where such a plan has not been adopted, within two miles of a public airport or public use airport,would the Project expose people residing or working in the Project area to excessive noise levels? f) For a Project within the vicinity of a ❑ ❑ 0 5 private airstrip, would the Project expose people residing or working in the Project area to excessive noise levels? T OUSINC3: Salad u<<d. ;apt., troraiS ,S7 a) Induce substantial population 0 0 0 5 growth in an area, either directly (for example, by proposing new homes and businesses) or indirectly(for example, through extension of roads or other infrastructure)? b) Displace substantial numbers of ❑ 0 ❑ f 5 existing housing, necessitating the construction of replacement housing elsewhere? c) Displace substantial numbers of ❑ 0 0 ( 5 people, necessitating the construction of replacement housing elsewhere? XIV. PURLINS t a) Would the Project result in substantial adverse physical impacts associated with the provision of new or physically altered governmental facilities or the need for new or physically Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 13 August 24, 2011 62/113 altered governmental facilities, the construction of which could cause significant Environmental impacts, in order to maintain acceptable service ratios, response times or other performance objectives for { i. Fire protection? \ 0 [] [] { 0N ) ii. Police protection? | 0 �� Schools? � [] 0 0 � 0 [] 0 iv. Parks? v. Other public facilities? I 0 0 [] } 0 ~^ . � \ � `~~~^~~~-- ' ^-~~ - ' '--'-'-� [] [] �� a) Would� Project0 use of existing neighborhood and regional nal facilities such that substantial physical deterioration of the facility would occur or be accelerated? b) Does theP include [] 0 0 V� recreational facilities or require the construction or expansion of recreational facilities that might have an adverse physical effect on the environment? a) Conflict with an applicable plan, [] ordinance, or policy establishing measures of effectiveness for the performance of the circulation system taking into account all modes of transportation including mass transit and non-motorized travel and relevant components of the circulation system, including, but not limited to intersections, streets, highwad freeways, pedestrian and bicycle paths, and mass transit? b) Conflict with an applicable 0 0 congestion management program, including, but not limited to level of service standards and travel demand measures, or other standards established by the county congestion management agency for designated roads or highways? 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Srn} .tr..A$t?£. 5`ei P 4 i YM1 WS V“ ; �n <t, n%iS 1 ,^w p n�F3 4 c� m.. 4 .. p " c) Result in a change in air traffic 0 0 0 patterns, including either an increase in traffic levels or a change in location that results in substantial safety risks? d) Substantially increase hazards due ❑ 0 0 to a design feature (e.g., sharp curves or dangerous intersections) or incompatible uses(e.g., farm equipment)? e) Result in inadequate emergency 0 ❑ 0 access? f) Conflict with adopted policies, ❑ 0 0 plans, or programs regarding public transit, bicycle, or pedestrian facilities, or otherwise decrease the performance or safety of such facilities? 11 :l] fE fE- D F2 G. s S' vatic a) Exceed wastewater treatment ❑ 0 0 requirements of the applicable Regional Water Quality Control Board? b) Require or result in the ❑ ❑ ® ❑ construction of new water or wastewater treatment facilities or expansion of existing facilities, the construction of which could cause significant environmental effects? c) Require or result in the 0 0 ❑ construction of new storm water drainage facilities or expansion of existing facilities, the construction of which could cause significant environmental effects? d) Have sufficient water supplies 0 0 0 available to serve the Project from existing entitlements and resources, or new or expanded entitlements needed? e) Result in a determination by the 0 0 0 wastewater treatment provider, which serves or may serve the Project, that it has adequate capacity to serve the Project's projected demand in addition to the provider's existing commitments? 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S)"OF Ts miletst a) Does the project have the potential 0 0 ® 0 to degrade the quality of the environment, substantially reduce the habitat of a fish or wildlife species, cause a fish or wildlife population to drop below self- sustaining levels, threaten to eliminate a plant or animal community, reduce the number or restrict the range of a rare or an endangered threatened species, or eliminate important examples of the major periods of California history or prehistory? b) Does the project have impacts that 0 0 ® 0 are individually limited, but cumulatively considerable? (Are the incremental effects of the Project considerable when viewed in connection with those of past Projects,those of other current Projects, and those of probable future Projects)? c) Does the project have 0 0 ® 0 environmental effects that will cause substantial adverse effects on human beings, either directly or indirectly? 6. EXPLANATION OF THE ITEMS MARKED ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST FORM Checklist Item I. Aesthetics a. No Impact (Scenic Vista). Policy 1-2 of the General Plan Land Use Element requires the preservation of significant natural features such as ridges, knolls, and vistas. Figure 15-1 of the Municipal Code identifies prominent knolls and ridgelines that are considered unique natural resources. According to Figure 15-1, there are no ridges, knolls, or vistas identified on or adjacent to the Project site. Therefore, there are no impacts to a scenic vista. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 16 August24, 2011 65/113 b. No Impact (Scenic Resources-State Scenic Highway). The Project site is adjacent to Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive, and neither street is designated as a State Scenic Highway. The Project site is already developed with commercial uses. Therefore, the site does not contain significant trees, rock outcroppings, or historic buildings within a State Scenic Highway. c, No Impact (Visual Character). The proposed Project is the development of an automated carwash facility at an existing Tesoro/Shell Service station. The proposed carwash is replacing a vacant drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the existing service station. The Project site is surrounded by existing commercial and residential development(see Exhibit 1). d. No impact (Light/Glare). All lights and glare associated with the Project are existing. The Project will not create a new source of light/glare and no new lighting is needed to complete the development of the carwash addition. rfCtr�''z 3323 r? 4`n f r Residential y - 3a57 I 336at. .` ly�t„te t'. Day Care Center } r -. g. 14 %- A-,4k fK.+ rvar A {k fi i1 ;r • "r y 1-4#/f1/4' S • - t• t ,Y ,. � YL• 4 ♦ y r . 9 .:i tC ' u�ryrE CIX / '* . 4, -. u__ti i n a �.,2w«fid ` ..ter �4t ,; r' \\e Proposed T M1 I � "`�\\\ j '� V - CarwashA� , , J 4 tit• r.y - �y 1 Shell Gas Station 14,4 t. -J2X4 Exhibit 1 —Site Aerial Checklist Item II. Agriculture and Forest Resources a, No impact(Farmland Conversion). Based on the most recent data (2004) from the Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program prepared by the California Department of Initial Study for 14CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Canwash Addition Page 17 August 24, 2011 66/113 Conservation, the Project site is not designated as containing Prime Farmland, Unique Farmland, or Farmland of Statewide Importance. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts on this environmental topic. b. No Impact (Zoning). The zoning of the site is C-G General Commercial, so it is not intended to be used for agricultural purposes. The site is not covered by a Williamson Act Contract. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. c. No Impact(Forest or Timberland Rezoning). Development of the carwash addition to the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station will not conflict with the existing zoning for, or cause rezoning of, forest land. The Project site is surrounded by existing commercial and residential development. There are no adjacent forest or timberland uses that would be impacted as a result of the Project. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. d. No Impact(Loss of Forestland). The Project site is fully developed, landscaped, and all on-site utilities are existing. The site is located in the C-G General Commercial zoning district and is not designated as forest land. There are no forestland uses on or adjacent to the Project site. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. e. No Impact(Other Changes). The Project site is fully developed, landscaped, and all on-site utilities are existing. The site is located in the C-G General Commercial zoning district and is not designated as farmland or forest use. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Checklist Item III. Air Quality a. No Impact (Air Quality Plan). The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has jurisdiction over development in the South Coast Air Basin. The Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP) is SCAQMD's on-going program for meeting the federal and state air quality standards within the South Coast Air Basin. The 2007 AQMP contains a number of land use and transportation rules and regulations designed to help the region meet the air quality standards set forth in the AQMP. A project is considered consistent with the AQMP if it will not result in an increase in the frequency or severity of existing air quality violations, or cause or contribute to new violations, or delay timely attainment of air quality standards or the interim emissions reductions specified in the AQMP. Project-generated emissions were modeled using the California Air Resources Board (CARB)-approved URBEMIS 2007 Version 9.2.4 (URBEMIS) (Appendix "B") computer program as recommended by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) URBEMIS is designed to model emissions for land development projects and allows for the input of project-specific information. Project-generated emissions were modeled based on project specific information in order to estimate reasonable worst-case conditions. Based on the URBEMIS computer program the Project's air pollutant emissions generated during all phases of the Project will not exceed construction or operational emission thresholds. (Reference Tables 2 and 3, below.) The Project is in compliance with the 2007 AQMP. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Initial Study for 10CUP07 — Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 18 August 24, 2011 67/113 b. Less Than Significant Impact (Air Quality Standards). The CEQA Guidelines indicate that a significant impact would occur if the proposed Project would violate any air quality standard or contribute significantly to an existing or projected air quality violation. Construction: Impacts for short-term construction are a result of site preparation, construction of the carwash addition, and related improvements. Project-generated construction-related emissions were modeled using the California Air Resources Board (CARB)-approved URBEMIS 2007 Version 9.2.4 (URBEMIS) computer program as recommended by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD). URBEMIS is designed to model construction emissions for land development projects and allows for the input of project-specific information. Project- generated emissions were modeled based on project specific information in order to estimate reasonable worst-case conditions. Based on the URBEMIS computer program, the Project's air pollutant emissions generated during all phases Project construction are projected to be less than the SCAQMD regional construction emission thresholds. This is reflective of the small scale of the Project in terms of unit construction (756-square foot automated carwash) and no grading as the proposed carwash addition is replacing an existing drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. No mitigation measures are required. Table 2. Worst Case Scenario for Construction Emissions Emirs ions E ( NOx I CO I 1 SOz . ounds per day) _ Maxim Daily' ns (p I PMto -I PM zs I CO2 8.51 I 4.73 I 0.00 i 0.54 I 0.50 I 899.79 Regional Threshold 100 550 150 150 55 ( *31.12 million metric tons { Exceeds Regional NO NO NO NO # NO NO Threshold? Source:SCAQMD and URBEMIS Version 9.2.4 `31.12 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent was generated In California in 2006 Long-Term Operations: Impacts from long-term operations are primarily a result of additional vehicle trips from the Project. Based on the URBEMIS computer program run for the Project, air pollutant emissions will not exceed SCAQMD operational emission thresholds. This is reflective of the small scale of the Project in terms of the low volume of traffic (average peak hour rate of 10.64 trips for the AM Peak hour and 13.33 trips for the PM Peak Hour), The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. No mitigation measures are required. Table 3. Worst Case Scenario for Operational Emissions Maximum Daily I Emissions (pounds per day) Emissions I NOx I CO I SO2 I PMto I PM 2.5 I CO2 I 5.31 146.89 0.05 8.10 I 1.57 I 4,688.08 Regional Threshold 55 550 150 150 55 *31.12 million metric tons Exceeds Regional NO NO NO ( NO NO NO Threshold? Source:SCAQMD and URBEMIS Version 9.2.4 *31.12 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent was generated in California in 2006 Initial Study for 1OCUP07 —Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 19 August 24, 2011 68/113 c. Less Than Significant Impact (Cumulative Considerable Net Increase/Criteria Pollutant). The South Coast Air Basin is in non-attainment for carbon monoxide, PM2.s and PMio, and Ozone, which means that the background level of those pollutants are, at times, higher than the ambient air quality standards. The URBEMIS Model prepared for the Project determined that SCAQMD thresholds would not be exceeded by the Project, therefore, impacts from the Project are not "cumulatively considerable" when included with other past, present, and future probable project's air emissions. No mitigation measures are required. d. Less Than Significant Impact (Sensitive Receptors, Pollutant Concentrations). Potentially Sensitive Receptors in the area are the single-family homes adjacent to the Project and concentrations of carbon monoxide (CO) at intersections ("CO Hotspots"). CO is the most notable source of emissions concentration at intersections because of motor vehicle idling. The URBEMIS computer program run for the Project indicated that operational CO emissions would not exceed SCAQMD thresholds. (See Table 3). Therefore, no significant CO hotspot impacts would occur to sensitive receptors in the vicinity of the Project. No mitigation measures are required. According to SCAQMD, if a proposed project is five acres or less (in this case the area proposed for development is approximately 756 square feet on a 1.17-arce Project site), and does not require additional construction activities such as major cute and fill, or excavation for sub-grade levels of parking, or demolition of a structure taller than 50 feet, the lead agency (i.e. City of Chino Hills), can use the applicable sample construction scenario to represent emissions and impacts from the proposed project instead of preparing a project specific construction analysis for Localized Significance Thresholds (LSTs). The Project does not involve major cut and fill, sub-grade parking, or demolition of structures. Therefore, the sample LST scenario for 1-arce developed by SCAQMD was used. Sample scenarios were designed to be used by local lead agencies as models or templates for analyzing construction air quality impacts for projects undergoing an environmental analysis under CEQA. The sample construction scenarios have been developed to generically represent a broad range of project types that occur in the district, (e.g., commercial, residential, educational, etc.). Each sample construction scenario is divided into five non-overlapping phases: demolition, site preparation, grading, building, and architectural coatings and paving. The construction scenarios can be used in their entirety to represent similar construction for the project proposed in the air quality analysis. Alternatively, the lead agency can use the construction scenario spreadsheets and tailor them to fit the characteristics of the project analyzed. The construction scenarios are based on actual number of construction equipment and activity (hours of operation, area disturbed, dirt and debris handled, etc.) obtained from construction site surveys. In general, the LSTs will apply primarily to construction because emissions from construction equipment occur at a fixed location compared to operation, which, for most land use projects, consists of emissions from vehicles traveling over the roadways, which, therefore, do not create impacts to a single location. Table 4 shows the Project emissions based on the sample scenario methodology.. Initial Study for 1 OCUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 20 August 24, 2011 69/113 Table 4. Localized Threshold of Significance (1 Acre Disturbed Area) ::•;:;111:( ;` S_ l"."`a '-V,y2:y-M2 ?:. KP"..s.k,i.P I Site Preparation 8.5 18.4 1.5 T 1.1 ! Building 11.6 I 24.7 I 1.5 ( 1.4 Architectural 17.5 32.7 2.3 2.1 Coatings and Paving LOCALIZED 151.0 103.0 4.0 3 SIGNIFICANCE THRESHOLD i EXCEEDS NO NO NO NO SIGNIFICANCE? As shown in Table 4, the Project does not exceed Localized Significance Thresholds. No mitigation measures are required. e. Less Than Significant Impact (Odors). The Project is a carwash and carwashes typically do not emit objectionable odors. During construction, odors from construction activities, such as application of building coatings will occur. Due to the short-term nature of these activities and the commercial nature of the Project, both short-term and long-term odor impacts will be less than significant. No mitigation measures are required. Checklist Item IV. Biological Resources a. No Impact (Listed Species). The Project site consists of the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station with a vacant drive-thru restaurant. The Project site does not contain any vacant land in its natural form. Therefore, there are no species that are identified as candidate, sensitive or special status species on the Project site. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. b. No Impact (Riparian Habitat/Natural Communities). The Project site is the existing Tesoro/Shell, Service Station with a vacant drive-thru restaurant. The Project site does not contain any riparian habitat or other sensitive natural community. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. c. No Impact(Wetlands). The Project site is the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station with a vacant drive-thru restaurant. There are no federally protected wetlands on the site. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. d. No Impact (Wildlife Movement/Native Wildlife Nursery Sites). The Project site and the surrounding area are currently developed with commercial and residential to the north, commercial/retail to the east and south, and commercial/retail and residential to the west. The Project site has not been identified as a wildlife species corridor. The proposed carwash addition to the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station will not create any barriers to wildlife movement. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 21 August 24, 2011 70/113 a No Impact (Local Policies-Tree Preservation). There are no local policies protecting biological resources applicable to the Project site. Therefore, the Project does not conflict with any local policies or ordinances protecting biological resources. f. No Impact (Conservation Plans). The proposed construction and operation of the carwash addition is not expected to conflict with any adopted or approved habitat conservation plans because there are no conservation plans that incorporate the Project site. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Checklist Item V. Cultural Resources a. No Impact (Historical Resources). Based on CEQA Guidelines Section 15064.5, "historical resources" includes a resource that is eligible for listing in the California Register of Historical Resources or a resource listed in a local register of historical resources. According to the existing building permit records for Tesoro/Shell Service Station, the existing building on the Project site was constructed in 1996. The existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station does not meet the criteria identified in the CEQA Guidelines Section 15064.5 as a historical resource nor is the site identified by the City as a historical resource, Per CEQA Guidelines Section 15064.5, a structure may be considered historical if it meets the one of following criteria: (A) is associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of California's history and cultural heritage; (B) is associated with the lives of persons important in our past; (C) embodies the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, region, or method of construction, or represents the work of an important creative individual, or possesses high artistic value; or (D) has yielded, or may be likely to yield, information important in prehistory or history. b. and c. No Impact (Archaeological and Paleontological Resources). The Project site is the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station and is fully developed. No excavation is proposed as part of this Project. The site does not contain any identified archaeological resources. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. d. No Impact (Disturbance of Human Remains). The Project is the construction and operation of a new carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The carwash addition is replacing an existing drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the existing service station. No excavation is proposed as part of this Project. The Project site is not part of any identified cemetery. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Checklist Item VI. Geology and Soils a. No Impact (i-iv, Alquist-Priolo Zone, Seismic Ground Shaking, Seismic Ground Failure (Liquefaction) or Landslide). Based on the 'Fault Rupture Hazard Zones in California. Special Publication 42. Interim Revision 2007'. published by the State of California the Geological Survey, the Project site is not located within an identified Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Hazard Zone or any other identified fault hazard zone, The nearest active fault is the Central Avenue-Chino Branch of the Elsinore Fault Zone (Chino Fault), located approximately one mile of the Project site. The exposure to seismic ground shaking is not any greater on this project site than in the rest of the City. Figure S-2 (Seismic Hazards, Fault Rupture, and Liquefaction Susceptibility) of Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 22 August 24, 2011 71/1 1 3 the General Plan EIR shows the Project site and the remainder of the surrounding development as an area with both low and high liquefaction potential. Figure S-4 (Geologic Hazards: Landslide Susceptibility) of the General Plan EIR shows the Project site as being located in an area that is least susceptible and marginally susceptible to landslides. The Project site is fully developed and is located in a relatively flat area that is not prone to landslides. No additional requirements are necessary besides adherence to accepted City practices and standards for commercial development projects. b. No Impact (Soil Erosion, Loss of Top Soil). The Project consists of the construction and operation of a carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project site is fully developed with an existing service station, vacant drive-thru restaurant attached to the service station, and a gas pump canopy. The Project site is fully landscape and all on-site utilities and all necessary infrastructures are installed. No additional requirements are necessary besides adherence to accepted City practices. c, No Impact (Unstable Geologic Unit). See the above-discussion on Checklist Item VI (a). d. No Impact(Expansive Soil): See the above-discussion on Checklist Item VI (b). e. No Impact (Septic Tank Suitability). The existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station is served by the City's sewer system. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Checklist Item VII. Greenhouse Gas Emissions a. Less Than Significant Impact (Generate Greenhouse Gas Emissions). On April 13, 2009, the Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR) submitted to the Secretary for Natural Resources its proposed amendments to the state CEQA Guidelines for greenhouse gas emissions, as required by Senate Bill 97. These proposed CEQA Guideline amendments provide guidance to public agencies regarding the analysis and mitigation of the effects of greenhouse gas emissions in draft CEQA documents. The Natural Resources Agency completed the rulemaking process and has adopted the proposed CEQA Guideline amendments, which became effective on March 18, 2010. Local governments are required to incorporate the amendments into local guidelines by July 16, 2010. This Initial Study uses the proposed amendments to the CEQA Guidelines as well as the OPR Technical Advisory on CEQA and Climate Chance: (Published June 2008) to analyze the impacts of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Project. Background Global Climate Change refers to alterations in weather features which occur across the Earth as a whole, such as temperature, wind patterns, precipitation, and storms. Global temperatures are modulated by naturally occurring atmospheric gases, such as water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. These gases allow sunlight into the Earth's atmosphere, but prevent radiative heat from escaping into Initial Study for 10CUP07 —Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 23 August 24, 2011 72/113 outer space, thus altering the Earth's energy balance in a phenomenon called the greenhouse effect. "Greenhouse gas" or "greenhouse gases" includes but is not limited to: carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons and sulfur hexafluoride. (Reference: Health and Safety Code Section 38505(g).) The OPR Technical Advisory on CEQA and Climate Chanoe recommends the following approach to the CEQA analysis. • Identify Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions: Lead agencies should make a good-faith effort, based on available information, to calculate, model, or estimate the amount of CO2 and other GHG emissions from a project • Determine Significance: As with any environmental impact, lead agencies must determine what constitutes a significant impact In the absence of regulatory standards for GHG emissions or other scientific data to clearly define what constitutes a "significant impact, individual lead agencies may undertake a project by- project analysis, consistent with available guidance and current CEQA practice. • Mitigate Impacts: Mitigation measures will vary with the type of project being contemplated, but may include alternative project designs or locations that conserve energy and water, measures that reduce vehicle miles traveled by fossil-fueled vehicles, measures that contribute to established regional or programmatic mitigation strategies, and measures that sequester carbon to offset the emissions from the project. Identify GHG Emissions State law defines GHG to include the following: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride (Reference. Health and Safety Code, section 38505(g)). The most common GHG that results from human activity is carbon dioxide (CO2), followed by methane and nitrous oxide. The primary source of GHG emissions related to the proposed project would come from automotive exhaust emissions associated with motor vehicles traveling to and from the Project site, Other permanent emissions would occur as a result of energy use, water consumption and solid waste disposal. Temporary GHG emissions would also occur during construction activities, from vehicle and equipment exhausts, paving emissions and applications of paints and sealants. Although no one project could be said to result in global climate change, incremental increases in GHG emissions over the long-term could constitute a cumulatively considerable impact. Determine Significance: The OPR Technical Advisory on CEQA and Climate Chancre states "The most difficult part of the climate change analysis will be the determination of significance. Although lead agencies typically rely on local or regional definitions of significance for most Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 24 August 24, 2011 73/113 environmental issues, the global nature of climate change warrants investigation of a statewide threshold of significance for GHG emissions..." According to the California Air Resources Board Greenhouse Gas inventory for 2000- 2006, 31.12 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent was generated in California in 2006. Based on the estimate of project emissions identified above, the Project's CO2 emissions are 899.79 lbs./day for construction and 4,688.08 lbs./day for operations, which compared to California's total of 31.12 million metric tons is so small it is considered infinitesimal, and therefore, less than significant. b. No Impact(Conflict with Plans to Reduce GHG Emissions) The primary planning legislation enacted by the State to address GHG Emissions is described as follows: • Assembly Bill 32 (AB 32), the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: AB 32 establishes a state goal of reducing GHG emissions to 1990 levels by the year 2020 (a reduction of approximately 25 percent from forecast emission levels) with further reductions to follow. The law requires the Air Resources Board (ARB) to establish a program to track and report GHG emissions; approve a scoping plan for achieving the maximum technologically feasible and cost effective reductions from sources of GHG emissions; adopt early reduction measures to begin moving forward; and adopt, implement and enforce regulations —including market mechanisms such as "cap and-trade" programs to ensure the required reductions occur. • Senate Bill 97(SB 97): Enacted in 2007, SB 97amends the CEQA statute to clearly establish that GHG emissions and the effects of GHG emissions are appropriate subjects for CEQA analysis. It directs the Governor's Office of Planning and Research to develop draft CEQA Guidelines "for the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions or the effects of greenhouse gas emissions" by July 1, 2009 and directs the Resources Agency to certify and adopt the CEQA Guidelines by January 1, 2010. • Senate Bill 375 (SB 375): Enacted in September 2008, SB 375 requires ARB to establish regional targets for reductions on GHG emission from the use of light duty vehicles associated with land use decisions; requires metropolitan planning agencies to create a Sustainable Community Strategy in their Regional Transportation Plans (RTP) to meet the GHG emissions targets established by ARB; requires that funding decisions for regional transportation projects be internally consistent within the RTP; aligns the Regional Housing Needs Assessment with the RTP; and provides CEQA relief(i.e. streamlining and exemptions) for projects that are consistent with the Sustainable Communities Strategy. As noted in the analysis under Checklist Item VII (a) above, the Project was analyzed using the OPR Technical Advisory on CEQA and Climate Chance: (Published June 20081 which is intended to address GHG Emissions in a manner consistent with the above described legislation. Therefore, the project is not in conflict with any plans to regulate GHG Emissions. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 25 August 24, 2011 74/113 Checklist Item VIII. Hazards and Hazardous Materials a. No Impact (Transport, Use, or Disposal of Hazardous Materials). The proposed carwash addition will consist of a 756-square foot automated carwash tunnel attached to the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project will not transport, use, or dispose of significant amounts of hazardous materials requiring special control measures, The soaps and waxes used for car washing purposes are not hazardous. The small amount of oils and other substances used for maintenance of equipment will not be of substantial quantities and will be used in accordance with their labeling; thus the project will not create a significant hazard to the public or the environment through the routine transport, use, or disposal of hazardous. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. b. No Impact (Upset and Accident Conditions Involving Hazardous Materials). As indicated in Checklist Item VII (a) above, the carwash nature of the Project will not involve the substantial use of hazardous materials. c. No Impact (Emit of Handle Hazardous Materials within 1/4th of a Mile from a School). The Project site is not located within 1/4111 mile from a school. As indicated in Checklist Item VII (a) above, the Project will not involve the substantial use of hazardous materials. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. d. No Impact (Identified Hazardous Site). According to California Department of Toxic Substance Control (http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/; assessed August 8, 2011), the Project site is not listed as a hazardous materials site (Cortese List). The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. e. No Impact (Within Airport Plan Area). According to the current Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Chino Airport the site is not located within the Airport Referral Areas (i.e. a designated area consisting of various noise, safety, and height restrictions). The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. t No Impact (Safety Hazard from Private Airstrip). The site is not located within the vicinity of a private airstrip. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. g. No Impact (Impair Emergency Evacuation Plan). The Project will not impair or physically interfere with emergency responses or evacuation. The Project site has an existing parking lot that incorporates appropriate access for emergency situations. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. h. No Impact (Wildland Fires Hazard). According to the City of Chino Hills Fire Hazard Overlay District Map dated May 11, 2005, the Project site is not located in a Fire Hazard District, The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Checklist Item IX. Hydrology and Water Quality a. Less Than Significant Impact(Water Quality, Waste Discharge). According to the Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) for Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 26 August 24, 2011 75/113 Addition. Chino Hills. California, July, 2011 by ATC Design Group (Appendix"C"), the design of the carwash will be done such that surface runoff from the carwash and adjacent drive aisles will be directed into the 1,500 gallon clarifier for the carwash. This will minimize the amount of runoff that would normally leave the fully developed Project site. The clarifier will treat runoff and carwash water prior to discharging into the City's sanitary sewer system, Through this system of disposal, the existing storm drain system will not be affected by the discharges of wash water. The Project has been reviewed by the City's Environmental Program Coordinator and the City Engineer, who have determined that the proposed project design complies with NPDES requirements. The on-site clarifier system will be conditioned to comply with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) standards to ensure that pollutants are not discharged into the storm drain system. The NPDES requires "Best Management Practices" (BMPs) for Site Design, Source Control, and Treatment of pollutants. As a Condition of Approval, a final WQMP will be submitted by the applicant and approved by the City's Engineering Division prior to issuance of building permits, and strict adherence to the program will be required. No additional requirements are necessary besides adherence to these mandatory NPDES and City standards. No mitigation measures are required. b. Less Than Significant Impact (Groundwater). The proposed carwash addition requires water in order to operate. The Project will receive its water by connecting to existing, nearby water mains; therefore, the project will have no effect on the production rate of any well. The site is primarily paved and provides for little infiltration of water into underground aquifers. The existing Project site is fully landscaped, which allows for infiltration on the site. The Project site does not support any groundwater production systems and will not interfere with the operation of any production system. Based on the Project design and existing conditions, the Project will have less than significant impacts on groundwater recharge or groundwater supplies. No mitigation measures are required. c, No Impact (Drainage Patterns). There are no streams on the Project site and the Project will not result in the alteration of any stream course. The existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station is fully developed with no new impervious surfaces being proposed to be constructed. The Project site is fully landscaped with stabilized vegetation. There will be no exposed soils that could be subject to erosion. The existing drainage located on the site directs flow towards Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive into the City's existing storm drain system. There will be no off-site exposure of soils to project drainage discharges. The Project will not result in any impacts related to on- or off-site erosion or siltation. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. d. No Impact(Flooding). See the above-discussion on Checklist Item IX (c). e. Less than Significant Impact(Storm Drains). The proposed Project will include a 1,500 gallon clarifier that will treat runoff and carwash water prior to discharging into the City's sanitary sewer system. Through this system of disposal, the existing storm drain system will not be affected by the discharges of wash water. The project has been reviewed by the City's Environmental Program Coordinator and the City Engineer, who have determined that the proposed project design complies with Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 27 August 24, 2011 76/113 NPDES requirements. Therefore, the project will not result in substantial discharges of pollutants into the existing storm drain system. No mitigation measures are required. f. No Impact(Water Quality). See the above-discussion on Checklist Item IX (a) and (c). g. No Impact (Housing in 100- Year Flood Hazard Area). According to the National Flood Insurance Program (FIRM 2008), the site is located in Zone "X" as shown on FIRM Map Index Community-Panel Na 06071C8615H, Map Revised, August 28, 2008. Zone "X" is a flood insurance rate zone that corresponds to areas outside the 100-year floodplains, areas of 100-year sheet flow flooding where average depths are less than 1 foot, areas of 100-year stream flooding where the contributing drainage area is less than 1 square mile, or areas protected from the 100-year flood by levees. Based on information contained in Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 there will be no impacts from 100 year-flood events. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. h. No Impact (Redirect Flood Flows). The Project would not impede or redirect flood flows. See the above-discussion on Checklist Item IX (c) and (g). The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. 1. No Impact (Flood Levee or Dam). The Project is not located in an area that is subject to hazards from dam failure according to Figure S-6 of the General Plan. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. j. No Impact(Seiche, Tsunami, or Mudflow). Seiches, tsunamis, and mudflows are associated with large bodies of water. No body of water large enough to create a seiche, tsunami, or mudflow is located in the proximity of the Project. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Checklist Item X. Land Use and Planning a. No Impact(Physical Division). The Project will not physically divide an established community as the Project consists of the addition of a carwash facility to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. b. Less Than Significant Impact(Environmental Land Use Plans). As discussed in Checklist Item XII (a) (Noise), the Project would impact the adjacent day care center located north of the proposed carwash addition. However, with compliance with Mitigation Measures NO-1 through NO-4, impacts are less than significant to land use plans, policies, or regulations of an agency with jurisdiction over the project for purpose of avoiding or mitigating an environmental impact. No additional mitigation measures are required. c. No Impact (Conservation Plans). The Project site is not located within an established conservation plan. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 28 August 24, 2011 77/113 Checklist Item XL Mineral Resources a. No Impact (Loss of Mineral Resources). According to maps prepared by the California Geological Survey (CGS 2008) the site is not identified as having a known mineral resource. The resource most likely to occur in the region is aggregate used for construction purposes. According to the CGS, the site is located within the Claremont-Upland Region for aggregate production. Currently there are several sites within the region that are producing between 0.5 to 10 million tons per year of aggregate. Given the site's location in a commercial/residential area, it is not a candidate site for aggregate production. b. No Impact(Site Delineated as Mineral Resource Site). The site is not designated as a mineral recovery site by the General Plan Land Use Map. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Checklist Item XII. Noise a. Less Than Significant with Mitigation Incorporated(Exceed Noise Standards). The Noise Element of the City's General Plan identifies noise levels, and establishes policies designed to minimize the effects of noise on people living in Chino Hills. Excessively high noise levels endanger the public's health and welfare. The Noise Element has established noise/land use compatibility guidelines for land uses and compatible noise levels. For residential land uses, the maximum noise level for a "normally compatible" use is 60 dBA. For a day care facility, the maximum noise level for a "normally compatible" use is 70 decibels (dBA). For commercial retail uses, the maximum noise level for a "normally compatible" use is 85 dBA. Additionally, Chapter 16.48 Performance Standards of the City's Development Code states that no person shall operate any source of sounds which causes the noise level when measured on any other property will exceed the noise standard plus 5 dBA of a cumulative period of more than 15 minutes in any hour; plus 10 dBA of a cumulative period of more than 5 minutes in any hour; plus 15 dBA of a cumulative period of more than 1 minute in any hour; plus 20 dBA for any period of time. Therefore, the compatible noise level allowed for the proposed use is between the ranges of 60 dBA- 80 dBA. Table 5 summarizes the City's Noise Standards for a Day Care Center, Residential, and Commercial Retail. Table 5. City Noise Standards for a Day Care Center, Residential, and Commercial Retail Mise Leel Noise levet that may not be exceeded Day Care,.. •"; Commercial ,. for more than.., Descriptor . Center7 Residential Retail '. 30 minutes in any hour Lso 70811A 65 dBA 85+(BA 5 minutes in any hour La 1 80 dBA 75 813A I 95+8BA 1 minute m ny hour Anytime — — —f l-max ( 90 CBA 85 dBA 105+CBA initial Study for 1 OCUPd7—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 29 August24, 2011 78/113 Wieland Acoustics, the City's noise consultant conducted a noise study on February 23, 2011, to analyze the noise impacts for the proposed Carwash addition (Appendix "A'). The noise measurements were taken from three locations (see Exhibit "2" below). Location 1 was taken from the nearby day care center at the building facade and outdoor play area located north of the proposed carwash addition. Location 2 was taken from the rear property line of 3325 Marble Ridge Road located north of the proposed Carwash. This location was chosen to represent the main residential area closest to the proposed carwash addition. Location 3 was taken from the nearby commercial retail store at the building facade located east of the Project site. . .... - Ufa Residential 1 r?: Ill Day Care Center iiiis '' �k cG9 - i i 4,i, ., a v I i R S it S JIi t ,r.:;;;.4:-E:: '1 , :sus a ,A #3 Proposed Carwash s4stov r ., Tf Shell Gas Station ;�, i{ 'dRetail k .:} }s- Exhibit 2—Noise Measurement Locations Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 30 7 9/113 August 24, 2011 The following table summarizes the noise measurement results at the three locations. Table 6. Noise Measurements Results oiseLeveC.a> ., <, Noise feve`l that may'not€he #1,. i#2, #3, exceeded,for mare than„.. Qeccnptor Day Care Center Re4adentiat „ ,Commercial Retail,;;;; 30 minutes in any Baur 1.34 552.6(EA 55,4 dBA 59.2 dBA .;v:czar+;°x:iss+:�@i��3��`i-'k.v'brii'�:::%..r,.tc °.i:.Cr%, '�,�$:�. . Y,li 'r:'i?'�2:Y:r e^:gq:;J£hte'„.vl•;}'.:_ ,j {��+..a(:'rib - f:j iu -a:: ',t t1'litAl Sfai,;a[iy.,d049�, 1 ..t. �i.A : .Y •',.�. ' .; rQ, v 4. w :..tf,R}.dMJ4tty..,•.-[• '^1•t WLI 15 minutes in any hove- I La I 58.9 rmA I 564 dBA I 62.0 dBA ir.z:j,rG,;°•,:?X!`ttk' ,::Lm.,..q.:J,,s,•,:,AP,J,.ynr yell y%q:;.Yv';c x; c'ds:"'lrr: 'SP.,": .3.v a. :h••; - I:,i ra}duriaE ii'�aapy_tao r'r. Ca' ',' , :. . ',$StkdBA :`,.'', 694:44A:; flOL BA I Anytime I 'max I 78.2&A. I 65.2,dBA I 81.7 dBA Referring to the noise standards above, the measured noise levels were 12 to 26 dBA below the applicable standards at all three locations throughout the monitoring period. Therefore, no adjustments to the standards shall be applied. The primary noise sources associated with the operation of the carwash will include the dryer system, cars idling as they wait in line for the carwash, and two vacuum units (which will be installed adjacent to the parking bays west of the carwash tunnel). Based on information provided by the project developer, the dryer system to be installed at this Project is the 30 HP ThrustPro system by Ryko Manufacturing, which will include the manufacturer's noise reduction package, Based on information provided by the manufacturer, the system (with the noise reduction package included) will generate a noise level of 75 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the exit of the carwash tunnel and 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the entrance to the carwash tunnel. Manufacturer's data also indicate that each vacuum unit will generate a noise level of 72 dBA at a distance of 20 feet, Assuming that the proposed carwash and vacuum units will be in operation for at least 30 minutes during the busiest hour, the Lso noise level will be determinative in assessing the potential noise impact. In order to estimate the noise levels that will be generated by the operation of the carwash, a computer noise model was prepared utilizing SoundPLAN software and the manufacturer's data cited above. The model takes a number of significant variables into account, including source sounds power levels, the distance from sources to receivers, the heights of sources and receivers, ground conditions, barrier effects provided by walls, buildings and topography, and noise reflected from hard surfaces such as buildings and wails. The results of the noise modeling are provided in Exhibit 3 on the next page, Referring to Exhibit 3, it is estimated that the be noise level generated by the operation of the carwash will be up to 71 dBA at the nearest building façade of the day care center, up to 69 dBA at the day care centers exterior play area, up to 62 dBA at the nearest residential property line, and up to 67 dBA at the building facade of the nearby commercial store. It is anticipated that the proposed carwash will comply with the City's noise standards at the nearby day care center's exterior play areas, at the single-family homes, and at the nearby commercial retail stores. However, it is anticipated that the City's standard of 70 dBA will be exceeded at the nearest building facade of the day care center. Therefore, the following mitigation measures are recommended in order to mitigate impacts to the maximum extent feasible: Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 31 August24, 2011 80/113 NO-1. The equipment installed in the carwash tunnel shall generate a total noise level of no more than 75 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the exit of the carwash tunnel and 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the entrance to the carwash tunnel while in operation. This total noise level shall include the contributions from all sources associated with the equipment, including: motor noise, fan noise, inlet and outlet noise, and nozzle noise. The equipment shall not generate simple tones. A suitable blower system in the Ryko 30 HP ThrustPRO system with noise reduction package installed; however, other systems may also meet the requirement. NO-2. A maximum of two vacuum units shall be installed at the Project site. Each unit shall generate a noise level of no more than 72 dBA at a distance of 20 feet. The equipment shall not generate simple tones. NO-3. The existing retaining wall along the drive-thru to the carwash shall be increased to a minimum height of eight feet (8'-0"). Refer to Exhibit 4 for the location of the recommended wall. The wall shall be a continuous structure, without gaps or gates, and shall be constructed of a material that provides a minimum surface density of four(4) pounds per square foot. NO-4. The carwash operating hours shall be limited to between 7:00 AM and 10:00 PM daily. Initial Study for 10CUP07— Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 32 August 24, 2011 81/1 13 y U) .2! 8 EP- r '2,17, ..-4 %)13 2nR3 t p WQ fill! l # ='= I Fö a ro � ' -``l`,.. to v Edi .• uk y, Y, .k Lm tz RA S - 1",,,'�3 IN, / ----- g.4 �"� •Oi7♦ • 1" `�'(i ss .t o, x -------------:------Z: "`--. Jam„ " r �+/ ..„....„ "itP 'Exhibit 3—Noise Exposure from Carwash without Mitigation Measures Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 33 August 24, 2011 82/113 Ui :, U '', L H m a'fi.. n n Z Ui "• di 3 '•' - D e ai,14 % - .1 .. , . . , , , y a it -t l$ 2 W ' Sig g 22m o. a y � F c �N.. a IqaM T I :1 ! 22 :i°pca ^• a2 � > , , ,„ /7} 'ro a: ,.�' nn '..s t t ,, M 1 Yi '�-0"+ Pt ffi � h9 pt Na / - - - - M1'. 4c•zct ? x; 1,1 z �r r------ !J--- p a pier"e Exhibit 4—Noise Exposure from Carwash with Mitigation Measures Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 34 August 24, 2011 83/113 b. Less than Significant Impact(Groundborne Vibration). The Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot automated carwash facility to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project does not include any grading excavation. The Project will not cause excessive ground borne vibrations or ground borne noise levels because the Project will not involve the use of heavy construction equipment. The Project site is located adjacent to Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive, and may be subject to ground borne vibration from traffic. Vibrations from motor vehicles are exempt from the vibration standard set forth in the City's Development Code (Section 16.48.030). Potential vibrations associated with the carwash operation will be less than significant. No mitigation measures are required. c. Less Than Significant with Mitigation Incorporated (Ambient Noise Levels). See the above-discussion and mitigation measures on Checklist Item XII (a). e. Less Than Significant with Mitigation Incorporated (Temporary Noise Levels). See the above-discussion and mitigation measures on Checklist Item XII (a). Implementation of the Project will result in an increase in noise levels, associated with construction activities. Construction of the project will result in a minor, temporary increase in noise levels, and per the City of Chino Hills Noise Ordinance Municipal Code Section 8.08.020, construction activities are limited to daytime hours between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on weekdays, and between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays and is prohibited on Sundays and federal holidays. Compliance with the Noise Ordinance is a mandatory requirement. Therefore, the increase in temporary noise levels associated with the construction of the carwash will be less than significant. e. No Impact(Airport Noise). According to the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Chino Airport, the site is not located within the Airport Referral Areas (i.e. a designated area consisting of various noise, safety, and height restrictions). The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. f. No Impact (Private Airstrip). The Project site is not located near a private airstrip. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Checklist Item XIII. Population and Housing a. No Impact (Population Growth). The Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project does not involve housing as the carwash addition is replacing a vacant drive- thru restaurant that is attached to the existing service station. The Project will not induce population growth. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. b. and c. No Impact(Displace Housing and People). The Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project will not displace any housing or people as the existing service station does not contain any residential units. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 35 August 24, 2011 84/113 Checklist Item XIV. Public Services a. Impacts to the following public services: i. No Impact (Fire Services). The Chino Valley Independent Fire District maintains a station on Peyton Drive, just north of the Project site. The District has sufficient personnel and facilities to respond to fire or medical aid service calls that may occur on the Project site. Development fees are collected for the provision of capital facilities for fire services. The Chino Valley Independent Fire District has reviewed the Project and has no comments. ii. No Impact (Police Services). The Chino Hills Police Department can adequately respond to calls for service and to periodically monitor the Project site. Development fees are collected for the provision of capital facilities for police services. The Chino Hills Police Department has reviewed the Project and has no comments. iii. No Impact (Schools). The Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project will not induce population growth and, as such, no new students will be generated from the proposed Project. iv. No Impact (Parks). The Project is the construction and operation of a 756- square foot carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project will not induce population growth, nor will it create a need for additional parks to serve the surrounding residents. v. No Impact (Other Public Facilities). The Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project site is fully developed, is fully landscaped, and all on-site utilities are existing. The project will not require the major extension or expansion of public facilities as it is an infill site surrounded by existing commercial and residential development. Checklist Item XV. Recreation a. and b. No Impact (Existing Facilities, New or Altered Facilities). The Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The proposed Project does not create an increased demand for recreational facilities; therefore, there is no need for new or altered recreation facilities. Checklist Item XVI. Transportation/Traffic a. Less Than Significant Impact (Circulation System Performance). Based on the Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITS Trio Rates, 7th Edition, and confirmed by the City's Assistant City Engineer, the Project is projected to produce 10.64 trips in the AM peak hour and 13.33 trips in the PM peak hour. This rate was determined based on an average of 11 vehicle fueling positions. These numbers are below the threshold that would require a traffic study. The "Traffic Study Guidelines" adopted by the City Council require a traffic study if a proposed project is forecast to 50 or more trips in Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 36 August 24, 2011 85/113 the AM or PM peak hour. As noted above, the Project is forecast to create only 10.64 trips in the AM peak hour and 13.33 trips in the PM peak hour, which is well below the fifty (50) trips threshold for requiring a traffic study and is indicative of the low volume of traffic the Project will generate. The City considers a significant traffic impact to occur if a roadway or intersection that is projected to operate at Level of Service (LOS) D or better without the Project would exceed LOS D with the Project. Significant traffic impacts would also occur if the Project results in an increase of 0.01 or more in the volume to capacity (V/C) ratio at a location that is projected to operate at LOS E or F without the Project. Based on the low number of vehicle trips generated by the Project, significant impacts to LOS or V/C are not forecast to occur. The Project will not have a significant impact on performance of the City's circulation system; therefore no mitigation measures are required. b. Less than Significant Impact (Congestion Management Program (CMP). The San Bernardino County CMP requires that Traffic Impact Analysis Reports shall be prepared by local jurisdictions when a proposed change in land use, development project, or at local discretion, a group of projects are forecast to equal or exceed the CMP threshold of 250 two-way peak hour trips generated, based on trip generation rates published for the applicable use or uses in the Institute of Transportation Engineers' Trio Generation. Based on the trip generation rates described in Checklist Item XVI (a) above, the Project would generate 10,64 trips for AM peak hour and 13.33 trips for the PM peak hour, which is less than the 250 trip threshold, therefore, impacts to the CMP are less than significant and no additional study is required. No mitigation measures are required. c. No Impact (Air Traffic Patterns). According to the Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Chino Airport. the site is not located within the Airport Referral Areas (i.e. a designated area consisting of various noise, safety, and height restrictions). The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. d. No Impacts (Roadway Design Hazards). The proposed Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project does not propose a potentially dangerous intersection or roadway as Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive already provide adequate access to the existing service station. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. e. No Impact (Emergency Access). Emergency vehicle access is already provided from Grand Avenue and Peyton Drive to the Project site. These are existing paved roadways. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. f. No Impact (Public, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Transit). The Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot carwash addition to an existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The Project site is fully developed, is fully landscaped, and all on-site utilities are existing. The Project does not conflict with any policies, plans, or programs regarding public transit, bicycle, or pedestrian facilities. The Project will not cause significant adverse impacts to this environmental topic. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 37 August 24, 2011 86/113 Checklist Item XVII. Utilities and Service Systems a. Less Than Significant Impact (RWQCB Wastewater Treatment). Regional water treatment and distribution facilities associated with the build out of the City, including urbanization of the Project site were reviewed and considered in the General Plan EIR, and the City's Water Master Plan of Water Supply and Distribution. The City is required to adhere to the requirements of the Regional Wastewater Ordinance established by the Inland Empire Utilities Agency which requires Pre-Treatment regulations to prevent the introduction of pollutants into the regional sewerage system. Wastewater from the carwash tunnel will be filtered through a 1,500 gallon underground clarifier prior to being discharged into the City's sanitary sewer system. No mitigation is required other than • mandatory compliance with the Regional Wastewater Ordinance. b. Less Than Significant Impact (New Water and Wastewater Facilities), The Project will not increase the demand for additional water supplies to the extent that new facilities will be required. The proposed Project will connect to the existing City sewer system which is planned to handle the amount of waste water that would be generated by the project. The applicant will need to submit sewer and water plans which show connection to the City sewer and water system which meets the City standards requirements. No mitigation measures are required. c. Less Than Significant Impact (New Storm-Water Drainage Facilities). The Project will not increase the amount of impervious surfaces currently existing at the Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The proposed carwash addition is replacing a vacant drive-thru restaurant that is attached to the Tesoro/Shell Service Station. The design of the carwash will be done such that surface runoff from the carwash and adjacent drive aisles will be directed into the 1,500 gallon clarifier for the carwash. This will minimize the amount of runoff that would normally leave the fully developed Project site. The clarifier will treat runoff and carwash water prior to discharging into the City's sanitary sewer system. Through this system of disposal, the existing storm drain system will not be affected by the discharges of wash water. The Project has been reviewed by the City's Environmental Program Coordinator and the City Engineer, who have determined that the proposed project design complies with NPDES requirements. The on-site clarifier system will be conditioned to comply with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) standards to ensure that pollutants are not discharged into the storm drain system. The NPDES requires "Best Management Practices" (BMPs) for Site Design, Source Control, and Treatment of pollutants. As a Condition of Approval, a final WQMP will be submitted by the applicant and approved by the City's Engineering Division prior to issuance of building permits, and strict adherence to the program will be required. No additional requirements are necessary besides adherence to these mandatory NPDES and City standards. No mitigation measures are required. d. Less Than Significant Impact (Water Supplies). See the discussion on Checklist Item VIII (b). a Less Than Significant Impact (Wastewater). See the above-discussion on Checklist Items VIII (a) and VIII (b). Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 38 August 24, 2011 87/113 f, and g. Less Than Significant Impact (Landfill and Solid Waste). The Project will not increase the amount of solid waste generated by the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station as the proposed Project is the construction and operation of a 756-square foot carwash tunnel that will replace a vacant drive-thru restaurant attached to the existing service station. The proposed carwash addition will not increase solid waste production compared to when the vacant drive-thru restaurant was in operation. Solid waste generated by the existing service station would most likely be transported to the El Sobrante Landfill. According to the California Integrated Waste Management Board, the El Sobrante Landfill has adequate capacity to handle solid waste in the region until 2030. In addition, the Project will be conditioned to comply with the City's solid waste and recycling program. The City participates in mandatory source reduction and recycling efforts administered by the California Integrated Waste Management Board. In addition, City Municipal Code Chapter 13.20 "Integrated Waste Management Systems" requires compliance with solid waste disposal requirements. These are mandatory requirements so no mitigation measures are required. Checklist Item XVIII. Mandatory Findings of Significance a. Less Than Significant with Mitigation Incorporated (Environment and Habitat). Based on the analysis contained in this Initial Study, the Project will not cause any impacts to Aesthetics, Agriculture Resources, Biological Resources, Cultural Resources, Geology/Soils, Hazards and Hazardous Materials, Mineral Resources, Population/Housing, Public Services, and Recreation. Based on the analysis contained in this Initial Study, impacts to Air Quality, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, HydrologyNVater Quality, Land Use and Planning, Transportation/Traffic, and Utility/Services Systems would have a less than significant on the environment. Impacts to Noise would be significant unless mitigated. Mitigation Measures NO-1, NO-2, NO-3, and NO-4 are required of the Project. Therefore, the Project will not degrade the quality of the environment and no habitat, wildlife populations, and plant and animal communities would be impacted. b. Less Than Significant Impact (Cumulatively Considerable). Based on the analysis contained in this Initial Study, the Project's land uses are consistent with the City's General Plan land use projections. These land uses have been considered with overall City growth. In addition, the Project would not produce impacts, that considered with the effects of other past, present, and probable future projects, would be cumulatively considerable because any significant environmental impacts as a result of the Project are reduced to less than significant levels. c. Less Than Significant with Mitigation Incorporated (Human Beings), The implementation of the Mitigation Measures NO-1, NO-2, NO-3, and NO-4 identified in this Initial Study and compliance with mandatory City requirements would result in less than significant impacts to human beings, either directly or indirectly. 8. MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM REQUIREMENT The mitigation measures listed on Exhibit 6 shall be incorporated into the project and the appropriate City Departments shall ensure that the mitigation measures have been properly Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 39 August 24, 2011 88/113 implemented prior to occupancy of the project. This verification shall be maintained as part of the project record to demonstrate that the Mitigation Monitoring Program required pursuant to Public Resources Code Section 21081.6 was implemented. 9. INCORPORATION BY REFERENCE This Initial Study is based in part on the information and analysis contained in the documents listed below. These documents are hereby incorporated by reference in their entirety into this Initial Study. Copies of documents incorporated herein are available for review in the Community Development Department at the Chino Hills Civic Center, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, California, 91709 or on the Internet as indicated A. Chino Hills General Plan This document provides a vision for the future development of the community. It is the official policy statement of the City Council intended to guide the private and public development of the City. The General Plan was adopted September 1994. B. Chino Hills Development Code The Development Code contains the zoning regulations and development standards that govern use and development of properties within the City. The Development Code was adopted December 1995. www.chinohills.orq C. Air Quality Management Plan Every three years, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) prepares an overall plan (AQMP) for the air quality improvement to be submitted for inclusion in the State Implementation Plan (SIP). Each iteration of the plan is an update of the previous plan. The Final 2007 AQMP was adopted by the AQMD Governing Board on June 1, 2007. The AQMP demonstrates the attainment strategy for meeting federal and state air quality standards with the South Coast Air Basin. SCAG's growth projections for the region are an integral component of the AQMP. The growth projections are used to develop emissions estimates, attainment strategies and emission control measures for the Basin. The AQMP includes measures and strategies for local agencies, such as the City of Chino Hills, to implement. www.aqmd.gov/agmp/07agmp/index.html D. CEQA Air Quality Handbook This handbook was prepared by the South Coast Air Quality Management District to provide guidance on how to analyze and mitigate the air quality impacts of a development project. www.aamd.aov/CEQAlhdbk.html E. City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Complying with CEQA These procedures identify how the City implements CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. These local procedures were put into effect in order to comply with Section 15022 of the State CEQA Guidelines. Initial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 40 August 24, 2011 89/113 F. Congestion Management Program (CMP) for San Bernardino County. The CMP identifies the goals and objectives of the County-wide Congestion Management Program. Further, it establishes the requirements for the review of development projects, suggests methods for addressing transportation impacts, and identifies the criteria for preparation and processing of deficiency plans to address unacceptablelevelsofserviceonCMProadways.www.sanbao.ca.00v/planning/subr conoe stion.html G. The 2005 City of Chino Hills Water, Recycled Water and Wastewater Master Plan H. Inland Empire Utilities Agency, 2002 Wastewater Facilities Master Plan 10. SUPPORTING INFORMATION SOURCES Wieland Acoustics, Inc., Noise Analysis for Conditional Use Permit No. 1OCUP07, April 2011 Urban Emissions (URBEMIS) 2007 Model (Version 9.2.4) ATC Design Group, Preliminary Water Quality Management Plan (PWQMP) for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07, August 2011 11. LIST OF PREPARERS Listed below are the persons who prepared or participated in the preparation of the Initial Study: Project Manager: Jerrod Walters, Associate Planner— Development Services Technical Review/City of Chino Hills Staff: Joann Lombardo, Community Development Director Winston Ward, Assistant Community Development Director— Building Services Steve Nix, City Engineer Henry Noh, Principal Planner Initial Study for 1 OCUP07— Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 41 August24, 2011 90/113 EXHIBIT 5 — PROJECT SITE PLAN r wnwuc a SAFETY CAISIIXt 04I0190/0 Of MAMA OIPECIIONAL ARM "' ow TO Mum.or a Mai 40004 PtLw **MC scuS !!'2"".s 11. PI —*400 SIR4AMYse*NW , !'=� WmFaatt Al rWn�,�enw1.a WAL , Ia %. 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OM Megn wt me t I aajJ . u: �1iFS it AM arcW4 S w.x001.01.se YWa - manam Niai O 044nl�4xe !tr --_• r11W Ytf2 wm £a w WNm ____;G .-- --- 4Lrm DNR SRF^"". i __ _ - I atmv9ML Pt ADAM j QMI10�[CWOWm MAIM t.Ft ' loll AVENUE~— i m pi — iL i TESORO/ SHELL' Z ADDRESS; 1 3310 GRAND AVENUE 1 CHINO HILLS, CA 917051 IL a -I'hitial Study for 10CUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 42 august24, 2011 EXHIBIT 6 - MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM NOISE QUALITY MITIGATION MEASURE TIMING DEPARTMENT SIGNATURE DATE NO-1. The equipment installed in the carwash tunnel shall Required with the Planning generate a total noise level of no more than 75 dBA at a submittal of Division and distance of 50 feet from the exit of the carwash tunnel and building permit Building & 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the entrance to the plans. Review and Safety Division carwash tunnel while in operation. This total noise level accepted prior to shall include the contributions from all sources associated issuance of building with the equipment, including: motor noise, fan noise, inlet permits. and outlet noise, and nozzle noise. The equipment shall not generate simple tones. A suitable blower system in the Ryko 30 HP ThrustPRO system with noise reduction package installed; however, other systems may also meet the requirement. NO-2. A maximum of two vacuum units shall be installed at Required with the Planning the Project site. Each unit shall generate a noise level of no submittal of Division and more than 72 dBA at a distance of 20 feet. The equipment building permit Building & shall not generate simple tones. plans. Review and Safety Division accepted prior to issuance of building permits. NO-3. The existing retaining wall along the drive-thru to the Required with the Planning carwash shall be increased to a minimum height of eight submittal of Division and feet (8'-0"). Refer to Exhibit 4 for the location of the building permit Building & recommended wall. The wall shall be a continuous plans. Review and Safety Division structure, without gaps or gates, and shall be constructed of accepted prior to a material that provides a minimum surface density of four issuance of building (4) pounds per square foot. permits. NO.4. The carwash operating hours shall be limited to Prior to Occupancy Planning between 7:00 AM and 10:00 PM daily. Division and Building & Safety Division CD N Initial Study for 1OCUP07—Tesoro/Shell Service Station Carwash Addition Page 43 cu August 24, 2011 i %A( E LAND WIELAND ACOUSTICS, INC. 1/47) ACOUSIICS 1377 Warner Avenue, A Suite Tustin, CA Suite A ( noise & vibration consuttantz Tel: 949.474,1222 www.wielandacoustics. corn April 8,2011 Project File 11.004,00 (Revised April 19, 2011). Mr.Jerrod Walters City of Chino Hills 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills,CA 91709 Subject: Noise Analysis for the Proposed Tesoro Carwash at 3310 Grand Avenue in Chino Hills,CA Dear Mr,Walters: As requested,we have conducted an analysis of the noise levels that will be generated by the proposed carwash at the Shell station located at 3310 Grand Avenue in Chino Hills.The following report identifies the City's noise standards,a summary of our analysis,our assessment of impact, and noise control recommendations for mitigating the impacts. 1 Noise Standards The noise-sensitive land uses of concern in the vicinity of the carwash are a KinderCare day care center located to the north,single-family homes located atop a bluff to the northeast and to the west across Peyton Drive,and a retail store to the southeast.The noise standards for these sensitive land uses are provided in Section 16.48.020 of the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code and (by reference)the Noise Element of the City's General Plan;these standards are summarized in Table 1- 1, below: Table 1-1, City of Chino Hills Noise Standards Noise level that may not be exceeded.- Day Care �>' Commercial for more than... _ - Descriptor ;, ; Center Residential . Retail 30 minutes in any hour Lao 65-75 dBA 60-75 dBA 80t dBA 15 minutes in any Flour (, L25. f 70-80 dBA I -80 dBA, f 85+dBA I 5 minutes in any hour { La I 75-85 dBA { 70-85 dBA I 90+dBA i minute in any hour I L2 I 80-9d dBA I 75-.90 dBA I 95+dBA Anytime { Lmax I I 85-95 dBA I 80-95 dBA 100+dBA 1 93/113 Exhibit "C" WIELAND CITY OF CHINO HILLS ACOUSTICS Tesoro Carwash, 3310 Grand Ave. n4.e o Vn.:uon�u,eui,., s Project File 11.004.00-FINAL In the event the ambient noise level exceeds any of the first four noise limit categories in Table 1-1, the allowable noise exposure standard shall be increased to reflect the ambient noise level. In the event the ambient noise level exceeds the fifth noise limit category,the maximum allowable noise level under this category shall be increased to reflect the maximum ambient noise level. Referring to Table 1-1,the City's noise standards for each land use are expressed as a range of levels.However,the City's Planning Department has determined that the standards should be defined as 5 dB above the lower limit in each range.Thus,the noise standards that apply to the sensitive land uses in the vicinity of the proposed carwash are as follows: Table 1-2. City of Chino Hills Noise Standards for the Proposed Carwash Noce level that may not be exceeded Day Care Commerga fprenore than _ ,_ , .„'„a .,, ,r Descriptor% _, Center„„: Residential Retail 30 minutes in any hour Lse 70 dBA 65 dBA 85+dBA I 15 minutes in any hour , , Lis I JS,daA r �'�� .%,�.70,di}A I 90.dBA I 15 minutes in any hour I L5 I 80 dSA I 75 dBA 95+dBA I 1 mind&in any hour ( L I 85'dBA I 80 dBA I 10Q{dBA I I Anytime I Lmax I 90 dBA 85 dBA I 105+dBA I The City's noise standards are typically applied at the property line between the noise source and the noise receptor. However, in this case,the proposed carwash will be located within the same commercial center as the nearby day care center and retail stores, resulting in property lines that are located in the middle of driveways.Therefore, at the direction of the City's Planning Department,the impact of the proposed carwash on the nearby day care center and retail stores will be assessed at the building facades and outdoor play areas rather than at the property lines. 2 Existing Noise Environment Measurements were obtained at the three nearest sensitive locations to the proposed carwash in order to identify the existing ambient noise environment,The measurement locations are provided in Figure 24, and the measurement results are summarized in Table 2-1. Appendix I provides a complete listing of the measurement data. Table 2-1. Summary of Noise Measurements Y • ' • r Noise:Level y. mow. 7 �7nR�71�N+AfUlU� exceeded for More than be Descriptor Day Care Center Residentral Ci rg -C t x Y .,. _, ismmgal Retail 30 minutes in any hour L50 52.6 dBA 55.4 dBA 59.2 dBA 15 minutes in any hour I 145 I 55.6 dBA I 57.1 dBA I 60.2 dBA I 5 minutes in any hour I L8 I 58.9 dBA I 58.6 dBA I 62.0 dBA I I 1 minute in any hour I L2 I 65.0 dBA I 60.6 dBA I 68.2 dBA I I Anytime I Lmax I 78.2 dBA ( 65.2 dBA I 81.7 dBA I www.wielandacoustics.com 2 April 19,2011 94/113 WIEIAND CITY OF CHINO HILLS ACOUSTICS Tesoro Carwash, 3310 Grand Ave. Project File 11.004.00- FINAL a ka t ' -- Residential ;. "k,L� Day care centerfu �4 `{w i yi -- v F. rw 1. Proposed Carwash) r ii t' 3k4, ,psi {. -may ...r+ Yt , Ott tl Shell Gas Station 3;:` 24k 3114a: ` Figure 2-9. Location of Ambient Norse Level Measurements All of the measured ambient noise levels are below the City's noise standards;therefore,no adjustments to the standards shall be applied. 3 Noise Analysis The primary noise sources associated with the operation of the carwash will include the dryer system,cars idling as they wait in line for the carwash,and the vacuum units. (The plans indicate that two stand-alone vacuum units will be installed adjacent to the parking bays immediately west of the carwash tunnel) Based on information provided by the project developer,the dryer system to be installed at this project is the 30 HP ThrustPro system by Ryko Manufacturing.The developer has also indicated that the system will include the manufacturer's noise reduction package. Based on information provided by the manufacturer,the system (with the noise reduction package included)will generate a noise level of 75 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the exit of the carwash tunnel and 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the entrance to the carwash tunnel. Manufacturer's data also indicates that each vacuum unit will generate a noise level of 72 dBA at a distance of 20 feet. www.wielandacoustics.com 3 April 19.2011 95/113 W1/41!‘" ,CIEOLAINS ©CS CITY 1CHINO HILLS Tesoro Carwa 330 Grand Ave. n�l • 6.Ibntlon cawulbnu Project Fite 11.064.00-FINAL Assuming that the proposed carwash and vacuum units will be in operation for at least 30 minutes during the busiest hour, the Lso noise level will be determinative in assessing the potential noise impact. In order to estimate the noise levels that will be generated by the operation of the carwash, a computer noise model was prepared utilizing SoundPLAN software and the manufacturer's data cited above.This model takes a number of significant variables into account, including source sound power levels, the distance from sources to receivers,the heights of sources and receivers,ground conditions, barrier effects provided by walls, buildings and topography, and noise reflected frorn hard surfaces such as buildings and walls. The results of the noise modeling are provided in Figure 3-1. Referring to the figure, it is estimated that the L50 noise level generated by the operation of the carwash will be up to 71 dBA at the nearest building facade of the day care center, up to 69 dBA at the day care center's exterior play area, up to 62 dBA at the nearest residential property line, and up to 67 dBA at the building facade of the nearby commercial store, www.wlelandacoustics.com 4 April 19,2011 96/113 1 ak Figure 3 ?. 1fNoiseExpos ure from , , Carwash (Including Idling Vehicles ft 4, ' Sm dntlYNo ` Vacuum Units Exterior gle F 1 Play Area 6 mes� L50, dBA ' $0 85 �, • d z. i - _. 700 - 80 i , Exj e %or ; Rlay:Area so _ s� r t i 55 60 - _ - i "sh?' m lva) �- Legend ` °'`3 + h. l � ; '" Buildings r yl i x _ i„ Noise sources(idling 1 �' �2r�t { r `" ` �' �r�?. cars&vacuum units) �, ,i '•{ ;.} :eel ;i 'i: T 11 f .}' Z J L l - 1"r`9J. 0 25 50 ]5 loo w,k m I tees 07. Y 4t Calculation Date: March 7,2011 4 - - >th.ShKi to ' \ �4lEL�N® kkeACO�,STICS J - ` _ noise n vibration consultants 03 'ACOUSTICS Y IE AND C� CITY OF CHINO HILLS \\\�•��i---`�1!llGGGI ACOUSITICJ TesoroCarwash, 3310GrandAve. ,�,,,, ,an„na„,o�,��„��, Project File 11.004.00-FINAL 4 Assessment of Impact Referring to the modeling results of Section 3, it is anticipated that the proposed carwash will comply with the City's noise standards at the nearby day care center's exterior play areas, at the single-family homes, and at the nearby commercial stores. However,it is anticipated that the City's standard of 70 dBA will be exceeded at the nearest building facade of the day care center. 5 Noise Control Requirements The following mitigation measures are recommended for compliance with the City's noise standards: 1. The equipment installed in the carwash tunnel shall generate a total noise level of no more than 75 dRA at a distance of 50 feet from the exit of the carwash tunnel and 72 dBA at a distance of 50 feet from the entrance to the carwash tunnel while in operation.This total noise level shall include the contributions from all sources associated with the equipment, including: motor noise, fan noise, inlet and outlet noise, and nozzle noise.The equipment shall not generate simple tones. A suitable blower system is the Ryko 30 HP ThrustPro system with noise reduction package installed; however, other systems may also meet the requirements. 2. A maximum of two vacuum units shall be installed at the project site. Each unit shall generate a noise level of no more than 72 dBA at a distance of 20 feet.The equipment shall not generate simple tones. 3. The existing wall along the entry driveway to the carwash shall be increased to a minimum height of 8 feet relative to the elevation of the driveway. (Refer to Figure 5-1 for the location of the recommended wall.)The wall shall be a continuous structure, without gaps or gates, and shall be constructed of a material that provides a minimum surface density of 4 pounds per square foot. 4. The carwash operating hours shall be limited to between 7:00 am and 10:00 pm daily. Figure 5-1 provides the estimated carwash noise levels with the above mitigation measures properly implemented. www.wielandacoustfcs.com 6 April 19,2011 98/113 1, figure 5-1. y ' Noise Exposure from , "17 Narvash (rcudng tilingVehles ft StngleFam�lYHomes,' � BVacuum h watt Units) with �'- Play Area a S ' ` " ' � s u ` s , ., } ;' Lsm dBA �a 85 ay,.rea ,• , 7s - so } rY 70 - 75 - 65 - 70 t 60 - 65 e. z_ - s \ <=55 �, - �' Legend hWaU � � � : n i - \ Buildings rs 1"� L�n` Noise sources(idling •�.� Y,Y�s• :f..•=.. .' ? - r i �x �'.. cars 8,vacuum units) -- f = ,^ s �� ••.11 Car wash tunnel .c\ } : t•�1: .5 . '.�* F-> T7� ` gyp li ^ - ! {<-.4 Jig♦ - < - a:. r� 2: -e s 8'-high wall/ rr,i .x ��1• r� n, - _ ._ v' .Z i�-s, n .. y♦ € F ,v , t'rf: �yw ,. Trash enclosure it 11 - ,x air; ...fi - _ _ .f&t1Si`c: \ - - y3 -mss p 25 50 75 100 .... - - - - - SOiti,(.r . Fee. %- Calculation Date: march 7,2011 1 GN f .,, . \N 0 . ACOaI STICS co I WIELAND CITY OF CHINO HILLS 1/4411D ACOUSTICS Tesoro Carwash, 3310 Grand Ave. e in tio e << Project File 11.004.00- FINAL inoltnn 6 Conclusion Analysis indicates that the noise levels produced by the proposed carwash will exceed the City of Chino Hills' noise standards by approximately 1 dB at the facade of the nearby day care center building. However,with the recommendations provided herein,it is concluded that the project will comply with the City's standards. It is noted that, due to the unique character of the carwash noise,the project will be audible at the neighboring properties even with the recommended mitigation measures,and will likely result in a noticeable increase in the ambient noise environment. This report and the recommendations contained herein are based on the referenced plans and on the acoustical data provided by the equipment manufacturers.Should the final plans, operations or equipment, or acoustical data deviate from the information provided for this study, then the adequacy of the recommendations in this report should be verified by a qualified acoustical consultant. 7 Implementation Disclaimer Wieland Acoustics assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the implementation of the recommendations provided in this report, or for the details of construction or the final noise levels following completion of the project. We are responsible only for the accuracy of our calculations, which are based on the construction elements detailed in this report. No guarantees or assurances are given or implied. 8 References 1. Basic Layout/Softgloss Maxx, Baldwin Park; Ryko Manufacturing Co.; November 12, 2008. 2. Site Plan,Sheet Sl; A&S Engineering, Inc. 3. Architectural Elevations, Sheet Al.; A &S Engineering, Inc. 4. Acoustical Report of Measurement of Ryko Manufacturing 3-Fan Slimline Dryer/Soft Gloss XS Car Wash Equipment at the NE Corner of Philadelphia and Haven in Ontario.Colla Acoustical Consultants.April 9, 2002. 5. ThrustPro Dryer. Product brochure. Ryko Manufacturing. www.wielandacoustics.com 8 April 19, 2011 100/113 VVIEIAN© CITY OF CHINO HILLS frill /s CCDUS`—ICS Tesoro Carwash, 3310 Grand Ave. /o,1,e 6 .,e�.uo,�o ��<<e Project File 11.004.00- FINAL Thank you for this opportunity to provide you with acoustical consulting services. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at 949.474.1222_ Sincerely, WIEIAND ACOUSTICS, INC. o ) .., .„--,..„, ___c_,__ _, _ avid L. Wieland iii"Jonathan Higginson Principal Consultant Senior Consultant www.wielandacoustics.com 9 April 19,2011 101/113 APPENDIX 1 Noise Measurements 102/113 Table I-1. Noise Survey Project: Tesoro Carwash Measurement Period 1:12 PM Position: #1 - In front of the KinderCare day care to to to center opposite the future carwash tunnel 1:32 PM fn` I Ln j Ln j Ln Date: February 23, 2011 Time: Noted 2 65.0 Noise Source: Ambient traffic and parking lot activities Distance: Varies 8 58.9 SLM Height: 5' 25 55.6 LD 824 S/N: 3536 LD CAL200 Calibrator S/N: 2916 50 52,6 Operator: Jonathan Higginson 90 49.5 8580 1 I 1 I a 75 I 99 46.5 701> 65 J 0 60 Leq 57.9 55 Lmax 78.2 50 45 ( Lmin 45.2 20 40 60 80 100 Percent of Time Noise Level is Exceeded " Leq is the average sound level during the measurement period. Ln is the sound level exceeded n%of the time during the measurement period. Lmax and Lmin are the maximum and minimum sound levels during the measurement period. WIELAND ACOUSTICS, INC. 103/113 Table 1-2. Noise Survey Project: Tesoro Carwash Measurement Period 12:15 PM Position: #2- In rear yard of 3325 Marble Ridge to to to 12:35 PM n" Ln Ln.. ..... . Ln Date: February 23, 2011 Time: Noted 2 60.6 Noise Source: Ambient traffic and construction activities Distance: Varies 8 58.6 SLM Height: 5' 25 57.1 LD 824 S/N: 3536 LD CAL200 Calibrator S/N: 2916 50 55.4 Operator: Jonathan Higginson 90 52.6 85 80 75 99 50,9 co-71 7077 1 ,t I!1+ 55 I Leq 56.2 Lmax 65.2 50 I 45 I I I Lmin 50.1 0 20 40 60 80 100 Percent of Time Noise Level Is Exceeded ' Leq is the average sound level during the measurement period. Ln is the sound level exceeded n%of the time during the measurement period. Lmax and Lmin are the maximum and minimum sound levels during the measurernent period. WIELAND ACOUSTICS, INC. 104/113 Table 1-3. Noise Survey Project: Tesoro Carwash I Measurement Period 1:41 PM Position: #3 -At nearest commercial building to to I to southeast of project site 2:01 PM n* I Ln Ln ( Ln Date: February 23, 2011 Time: Noted 2 68.2 Noise Source: Ambient traffic and parking lot activities Distance: Varies 8 62.0 SLM Height: 5' 25 60.2 LD 824 5/N: 3536 LD CAL200 Calibrator S/N: 2916 50 59,2 Operator: Jonathan Higginson 90 55.3 85 1 80 75 70 1k I I I 99 52,2 Ty a, 65 I \ I I ^ 60 - ( Leq 61A 55I ( I h_ Lmax 81.7 0 45 I I I 1 Lmin 50.4 ' 0 20 40 60 80 100 Percent of Time Noise Level Is Exceeded `Leq is the average sound level during the measurement period. Ln is the sound level exceeded n% of the time during the measurement period. Lmax and Lmin are the maximum and minimum sound levels during the measurement period. WIELAND ACOUSTICS, INC. 105/113 Public Notice ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS: The -' r r s F w '`°.R^, i, proposals listed below have been filed with the ,-,/ , • r, Community Development Department. The "�.,, ti i. h 1 purpose of this notice is to provide surrounding i„,..4,„;-,23„:, `," s.,�^r z t, owners with an opportunity to provide tN, '/ ,, 4 ;: '^'�"', property je Y .Q , r r �, comments regarding this project. A public hearing ° �`�,���'`' k*, , �„' i'.... I before the Planning Commission is required for ' ^' , , !.:,-,,i;„,-",!;,. " ` this project and notifications of the hearing date, F` e„ hc,. , time and location will be sent prior to the meeting + t' _ :d ` c4, `ss4 :l 4 f qQ ,;xL'C as' CASE NO.: Conditional Use Permit 10CUP07 ,\�`: sz +Y,' .-4 _ "'L# + ' ; , Conditional Use Permit 11 CUP$�q _ ,{ k t A Ott' ',Jill, Dr''t s"+ APPLICANT: A&S Engineering .k�,. .. \ ,r1:1---F--1-17. " ;; PROPOSAL: The applicant is applying for two of d , -.....74-: �.., Is"---r Conditional Use Permits. 10CUP07 is proposing \. •Ft 1 \ ‘,.„;.• ,� ,31 ;„::,<::,. , to construct a new 18'x42' self-serve carwash and i+ ,e °a =, .. " 11CUP05 is proposing to allow the sale of . -... �..f^4",�-rr,�.A,,_..:.=E, +, x alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the ; ,etF?'zfl_. s z » " "'- ' " 4G Ge A.e ",..w.-'�F4e 1 •Sv u � ��� 4TY� existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station located at 3310 Grand Avenue. VICINITY MAP (Hatched rectangle indicates project site) LOCATION: The proposed self-serve carwash will be attached to the existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station located at 3310 Grand Avenue. PLEASE ADDRESS YOUR COMMENTS TO: Jerrod Walters, Associate Planner STAFF: Jerrod Walters, Community Development Department Associate Planner City of Chino Hills 14000 City Center Drive /� / Chino Hills, CA 91709 J 7 • 0-61-0---4-4 ,- CfO��M¢M.ENTS: !'�..�z,4z � Ga/ i • �' r-.O-t_ -LZA 4-I - /�.�r..� 0.6 -a% 1. 01'Y-e. --a-c--1-1----2--e //�._.o . .J �. ti A G / i� J %/ "-,. . _cite 0 ,t.,,--,t.,,--,4.2,,-4.:„..- /✓ezA67, 'i.Q.,.0- .v -.Y � //JAM.-;--Yirt f..to ✓ / ""L.L4- n j ({�j.-,06.1.--C-L---.i ./27_1;1 /- //,//(D1 C3 //t.' Please feel free to attach agS onai shits if you nee&Aore space. / / ` " � y <�1i4 .v' -t. /1-1 i�L. V. // Signature Date d / PLEASE PRINT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS: J.:d r/-„, -ezr 5 r,/), ler t'cic_ l�,`y,,, --4--k71/ I) e----)4----2-7/ / 0 , If you have any questions regarding this notice or about the project, please call Jerrod Walters in the City's Community Development Department at 909-364-2753. 106/113 Exhibit "D" Public Notice ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS: The ,- , '- .,`�`,.a 7e4„ �, proposals listed below have been filed with the - .�' t. _ �Th ,,1 Community Development Department. The i = ,__y r `=r ----- -- purpose �= purpose of this notice is to provide surrounding ,,,,,,-,,,i,‘, p property owners with an opportunity to provide ' 41 4x, . ". i comments regarding this project. A public hearing ', � ‘ R'. before the Planning Commission is required for r,,,,-,:,:e1:-1, In?.tr..,;-:;'� )2'1'4: r this project and notifications of the hearing date, jam ' } t ' time and location will be sent prior to the meeting. ::.,:t,:... i` '` " ° „tct/�' .� CASE NO.: Conditional Use Permit 10CUP07 ./,\+::::..,-...1, ck* '•+ - Conditional Use Permit 11CUPOS £ ,.. ''tt ,, ;, I t.• 14 t APPLICANT: A&S Engineering t , j 1 4, ii$ t;' PROPOSAL: The applicant is applying for two \ Tt 'v i"`4 .f 31., ! ., > „LeT G Conditional Use Permits. 10CUP07 is proposing ; ^ , , l ;� to construct a new 18'x42' self-serve carwash and .ice * L �"� �, :,,_._. 11CUPOS is proposing to allow the sale of :cam , r. ti,� alcoholic beverages for off-site consumption at the t-t s . ,- " L ---_ s existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station located at "'�`D y �: "�"' 3310 Grand Avenue. VICINITY MAP (Hatched rectangle indicates project site) LOCATION: The proposed self-serve carwash will be attached to the existing Tesoro/Shell • Service Station located at 3310 Grand Avenue. PLEASE ADDRESS YOUR COMMENTS TO: Jerrod Walters, Associate Planner STAFF: Jerrod Walters, Community Development Department Associate Planner City of Chino Hills 14000 City Center Drive p� ` � /� , 1 ry Chino Hills, CA 91709x COMMENTS: i U e4 I' D = [J O n- ---& 1 j 1�i1 P()5 ^= No --1-014_2 b-I- (D9:2,4411 .. ` I ') , 0.n._) --- i1- r +-D tttr rete `i idt' p h,r� ,w„, .Q t . 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A ) 40: \ikPtv 1 SINN .1 ‘ r or ' C I* 10 Vill AtukiviitC,4 g(9)LajitAptv — c ` /� .� U 1 y 11 + b Liv`^ \ • Ir v l � � � 4.441 1 a � . % Iry ' r .' �-) ` �,. �y ','J' ' ii 110k r� '1 v (r/4py ' �lj� V p�'V� Q- . 4 11 , , *-1 -) AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING Notice of Public Meeting: Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to Amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 for the Construction of a New Automated Car Wash Addition and Conditional Use Permit No. 11 CUP05 to allow the Sale of Alcoholic Beverages for Off-Site Consumption at the Existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station Located at 3310 Grand Avenue STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS I, Jerrod Walters, do hereby certify that a copy of the attached Notice of The Public Meeting before the Planning Commission, for Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to amend Site Plan Review No. 9501 and Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 was mailed to each and every person set forth on the attached list on August 24, 2011. 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, August 24, 2011. /, O "Jerrod Walters, Associate Planner 109/113 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE & NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, September 20, 2011, at 7:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers of the City Hall, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, California, to consider the following project. CASE NO.: Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP007 and Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 � a� , ; , . w ie v C .r 6 .. < , APPLICANT: A&S Engineering ' 11. s j z, PROPOSAL: The proposed project involves Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 to amend Site Plan -.:1`; ., 1 2I Review No. 9501 for the construction of a new ` R=� tj, automated 756-square foot automated carwash addition and Conditional Use Permit � x�;�t� � No. 11CUP05 to allow the sale of alcoholic F, \ \. a„� � beverages for off-site consumption at the `i existing Tesoro/Shell Service Station located t'� 3 i s 'F at 3310 Grand Avenue. LOCATION: 3310 Grand Avenue w„ APN: 1023-491-41 VICINITY MAP (Hatched rectangle Indicates project site) ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW: An Initial Study! Mitigated Negative Declaration was prepared for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 and made available for public review from August 27, 2011, through September 15, 2011, in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Section 15070 and the City of Chino Hills Procedures for implementing CEQA. Also, a determination has been made that Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 is exempt from CEQA under Section 15061(b)(3) Review for Exemption of the CEQA Guidelines. Conditional Use Permit No. 11CUP05 would allow the sale of alcoholic beverages for offsite consumption at a business located within an existing shopping center and building; there is no potential for the project to cause a significant effect on the environment. The Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for Conditional Use Permit No. 10CUP07 is available for public review at the James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library at 14020 City Center Drive through the review period from August 27, 2011, through September 15, 2011, and at the City of Chino Hills Community Development Department at the address and times provided below. STAFF: Joann Lombardo, Community Development Director Jerrod Walters, Associate 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 to be present at the public hearing The proposed project application may be viewed 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. in the Community Development Department, City Hall, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, California. 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