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04-12-2016 CC Rpt C03 Date: 04-12-2016 Item No.: CO3 CM2016-026 i'i City of Chino Hills MEMORANDUM DATE: April 7, 2016 TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council FROM: Konradt Bartlam, City Manage\ til . RE: PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION REGARDING AGENDA ITEM 7B — EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 16EXT01 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 16413 TO SUBDIVIDE 19.86 ACRES OF VACANT LAND TO CREATE 19 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES (VILA BORBA) LOCATED SOUTHWEST OF BUTTERFIELD RANCH ROAD AND AVENIDA DE PORTUGAL AGENDA ITEM 7C EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 16EXT02 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 16338 TO SUBDIVIDE 86.4 ACRES OF VACANT LAND TO CREATE 149 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES (VILA BORBA) LOCATED SOUTHEAST OF BUTTERFIELD RANCH ROAD AND AVENIDA DE PORTUGAL AGENDA ITEM 7D - EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 16EXT03 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 16414 TO SUBDIVIDE 23.74 ACRES OF VACANT LAND TO CREATE 280 MULTI-FAMILY ATTACHED DWELLING UNITS AND 5-ACRES OF COMMERCIAL (VILA BORBA) LOCATED NORTHEAST OF BUTTERFIELD RANCH ROAD AND AVENIDA DE PORTUGAL At their meeting on April 5, 2016, the Planning Commission conducted a public hearing to consider a request from the applicant to grant a two-year extension of time for TTM 16413, 16338 and 16414 which were originally approved by the City Council on April 25, 2006. The approved tentative map 16413 would subdivide 19.86 acres of vacant land to create 19 single-family residential properties. The approved tentative map 16338 would subdivide 86.4 acres of vacant land to create 149 single-family residential properties. The approved tentative map 16414 would subdivide 23.74 acres of vacant land to create 280 multi-family attached dwelling units and 5-acres of commercial land. 293/623 April 7, 2016 CM2016-026 Page Two • There were no public speakers for these items and the Planning Commission waived the staff presentation. By unanimous vote, 4-0-1 (Commissioners Romero was absent), the Planning Commission adopted a resolutions approving the following: Extension of Time 16EXT01, granting a two-year extension for Tentative Tract Map 16338, Extension of Time 16EXT02, granting a two-year extension for Tentative Tract Map 16413 and Extension of Time 16EXT03, granting a two-year extension for Tentative Tract Map 16414. KB:JL:RG:ssr 294/623 PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: April 6, 2016 Public Hearing: Chino Hilk Discussion Item: Consent Item: March 29, 2016 Agenda Item No.: 7b. TO: CHAIRMAN AND PLANNING COMMISSIONERS FROM: JOANN LOMBARDO, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR SUBJECT: EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 16EXT01 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 16413 TO SUBDIVIDE 19.86 ACRES OF VACANT LAND TO CREATE 19 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES (VILA BORBA PLANNING AREA 2) LOCATED SOUTHWEST OF BUTTERFIELD RANCH ROAD AND AVENIDA DE PORTUGAL. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The applicant, CalAtlantic, is requesting approval for a two (2) year extension of time for TTM 16413, which was originally approved by the City Council on April 25, 2006. The approved tentative map would subdivide 19.86 acres of vacant land to create 19 single- family residential properties. The recommendation of approval for the extension is based on the provisions of Municipal Code Section 83.041105, which allows for an extension of time for tentative tract maps by mutual consent of the subdivider and the Planning Commission. Additionally, staff's recommendation is based upon a review of the applicant's circumstances and the Conditions of Approval implemented with the approval of TTM 16413. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends that the Planning Commission adopt the attached resolution approving Extension of Time No. 16EXT01 for Tentative Tract Map (TTM) 16413 which is consistent with previously approved environmental document SCH#2004081134, based on the findings of fact as listed in the attached Resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval. PROJECT: CASE NO.: Extension of Time No. 16EXT01 for Tentative Tract Map 16413 APPLICANT/ CalAtlantic OWNER: 355 East Rincon Street, Suite 300 Corona, California 92879 LOCATION: Butterfield Ranch Road and Avenida De Portugal Assessor's Parcel Number 1033-071-09 and 1033-081-20 295/623 Meeting Date: April 5, 2016 Page: 2 SUBJECT: Extension of Time 16EXT01 for Tentative Tract Map 16413 SITE DESCRIPTION Project Area: 19.86 acres Terrain: Generally sloping north to south Existing Land Use: Vacant General Plan: Low Density Residential and Private Open Space Zoning: Low Density Residential (R-S) and Private Open Space (OS-1) Overlay District: Fire Hazard Sewer Service: City of Chino Hills Water Service: City of Chino Hills SURROUNDING LAND DESCRIPTION LOCATION EXISTING USE GENERAL PLAN ZONING LAND USE Vacant and R-S (Low Density undeveloped Vila Borba Low Density Residential) and Site TIM 16413 approved Residential and for construction of 19 Private Open Space OS-1 (Private Open single family homes Space) Vila Borba Tract 15989 — North approved for construction Low Density R-S (Low Density of 183 single family Residential Residential) homes and a 5-acre Park South Undeveloped Property Agricultural Ranches R-A (Agricultural Ranches) Vacant and undeveloped, R-S (Low Density Vila Borba TTM 16338 — Low Density Residential) and East approved for construction Residential and OS-1 (Private Open of 149 single family Private Open Space Space) homes West Chino Hills State Park State Park/Open State Park, and Open space Space OS (Open Space) 296/623 Meeting Date: April 5, 2016 Page: 3 SUBJECT: Extension of Time 16EXT01 for Tentative Tract Map 16413 BACKGROUND On April 25, 2006, the City Council approved TTM 16413 that subdivided the 19.86 acre property to create 19 single-family residential lots with a minimum lot size of 7,200 square feet and a minimum lot width of 50 feet, The lot sizes range from 8,300 square feet to 14,651 square feet with an average lot size of 10,448 square feet. The lot sizes and lot widths meet the minimum standards of the Development Code. The original Condition of Approval No. 1 for TTM 16413 (Exhibit B) provides that the tentative tract map shall become null and void unless map recordation has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after its approval, or April 25, 2009, The Condition also provided that when circumstances beyond the control of the applicant cause delays, the Planning Commission may grant an extension of time for a period not to exceed an additional thirty-sixty (36) months. Further, Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 83.040220 (f) provides that extensions of time for a period or periods not exceeding a total of thirty-six (36) months may be approved. Any application of a subdivider for such extension of time shall be made in writing to the Planning Officer not less than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration date, ..,:- * v ...--„, .-----:. - / , h' fr WI II AN13S ! i'l NAP . , -., ' !j - — _ '' E"'. - 12 71.11:' jt . 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'"// ! ` SIATL PARK VICINITY MAP 297/623 Meeting Date: April 5, 2016 Page: 4 SUBJECT: Extension of Time 16EXT01 for Tentative Tract Map 16413 Starting in about 2007, a downturn in the residential market occurred that delayed the final map and ultimate construction of the Vila Borba project. This downturn affected development throughout the state of California, causing the state legislature to adopt the following series of legislations that extended the expiration date of TTM 16413 to April 25, 2016: • Senate Bill 1185 went into effect on July 15, 2008, extending the expiration date of existing tentative maps, vesting tentative maps, and tentative parcel maps for twelve (12) additional months beyond the original expiration dates. Specifically, the expiration date of all tentative maps set to expire between July 15, 2008, and January 1, 2011, were automatically extended by twelve (12) months. This legislation effectively extended the 60 month extension permitted under the Subdivision Map Act and Condition No. 1 for Tentative Tract Map 16413 to 72 months or 6 years. ® Assembly Bill 333 went into effect on July 15, 2009. It automatically extended the expiration date of existing tentative maps, vesting tentative maps, and tentative parcel maps by twenty-four (24) months past the expiration dates allowed by SB 1185. This means that the expiration date of all tentative maps that would expire between July 15, 2009, and January 1, 2012, were automatically extended by twenty-four (24) months. ® Assembly Bill No. 208 was approved by the governor on July 13, 2011. AB 208 provided an additional twenty-four (24) month extension of the expiration dates for any tentative map, tentative parcel map, or vesting tentative map that has not expired on or before the effective date of the legislation and that would have expired prior to January 1, 2014. O Assembly Bill No. 116 was enacted on July 11, 2013. AB 116 extends the expiration date of any approved tentative map or vesting tentative map that was approved on or after January 1, 2000, and that has not expired as of the effective date of the legislation by twenty-four (24) months. The following table summarizes how these legislative actions have extended TTM 16413. Expiration Expiration Expiration Expiration Possible Project Original 6 Year Date per Date per Date Per Date per Approval Expiration Extension Date Date SB 1185 AB 333 AB 208 AB 116 per SB (+1 year) (+2 years) (+2 years) (+2 years) 1185 4/25/06 4/25/09 4/25/10 4/25/12 4/25/14 4125116 +6 years The applicant has initiated the post entitlement process, and is requesting the additional two year extension to accommodate a recent change in ownership and completion of the grading plan. The applicant submitted the extension request on March 16, 2016, which is consistent with Government Code Section 66452.6.e that states: 298/623 Meeting Date: April 5, 2016 Page: 5 SUBJECT: Extension of Time 16EXT01 for Tentative Tract Map 16413 Prior to the expiration of an approved or conditionally approved tentative map, upon an application by the subdivider to extend that map, the map shall automatically be extended for 60 days or until the application for the extension is approved, conditionally approved, or denied, whichever occurs first. GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY The project site is designated as Low Density Residential on the General Plan Land Use Map and is zoned Low Density Residential (R-S) and Private Open Space (O-S). The General Plan allows for a density of up to 6 dwelling units per acre in the Low Density Residential areas, and the proposed density for the project is 1 dwelling unit per acre (du/ac). The project site is surrounded by urban residential uses, as designated on the General Plan Land Use Map, and the proposed new single-family residences are an appropriate use in the area, ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: An environmental review was completed for the project and an Environmental Impact Report ("EIR") and MMRP was adopted by the City Council on April 25, 2006, pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA, The environmental effects of the subdivision, grading, and construction and occupancy of residences has already been reviewed in the approved environmental document (SCH#2004081134) prepared for the entire Vila Borba Project including Tract 16413, which includes the project site, and was approved by the City Council on April 25, 2006. As the current application requests an extension of time for the project as it was approved, the prior EIR adequately addressed the effects of the proposed project. No substantial changes have been made in the project, no substantial changes in the circumstances under which the project is being undertaken and no new information of substantial importance to the project which was not known or could not have been known when the E1R was adopted have become known. Therefore, no further environmental review is required. PUBLIC COMMENTS Staff published a public hearing notice in the Chino Hills Champion newspaper on March 23, 2016, and mailed public hearing notices to the surrounding property owners on March 23, 2016. As of the writing of this staff report, staff has not received any public comments concerning the proposed municipal code amendment. Respectfully submitted, Prepared by: Joann Lombardo Kim Zuppiger v V Community Development Director Contract Planner 299/623 Meeting Date: April 5, 2016 Page: 6 SUBJECT: Extension of Time 16EXT01 for Tentative Tract Map 16413 Attachments: Resolution Exhibit "A" - Conditions of Approval Exhibit "B" - Original Conditions of Approval for Environmental Impact Report (SCH#2004081134) General Plan Amendment 03GPA01; Zone Change 03ZCO2 Development Code Amendment 03DCA01 and Tentative Tract Maps (TTM) 15989, 16413: 16338 and 16414 and Mitigation Monitoring Measures Exhibit "C" — Tentative Tract Map 16413 Original Staff Report for Environmental Impact Report (SCH#2004081134) General Plan Amendment 03GPA01; Zone Change 03ZCO2 Development Code Amendment 03DCA01 Tentative Tract Maps (TTM) 15989, 16413: 16338 and 16414 Original Resolution No. 06R-19 for adoption of the Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH#2004081134), Mitigation Measures and Statement of Overriding Considerations and approving the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program Original Resolution No. 06R-20 for General Plan Amendment 03GPA01 and Tentative Tract Maps (TTM) 15989, 16413: 16338 and 16414 Original Ordinance No. 187 for Zone Change 03ZCO2 and Development Code Amendment 03DCA01 Affidavit of Mailing (Public Hearing Notice & Mailing Labels) 300/623 RESOLUTION NO. PC 2016— A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING EXTENSION OF TIME 16EXT01 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 16413 TO SUBDIVIDE 19.86 ACRES OF VACANT LAND TO CREATE 19 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES (VILA BORBA PLANNING AREA 2) LOCATED ON THE SOUTHWEST SIDE OF BUTTERFIELD RANCH ROAD AND AVENIDA DE PORTUGAL. 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, CalAtlantic requested approval for a two (2) year extension of time for Tentative Tract Map (TTM) 16413, which was originally approved by the Planning Commission on April 25, 2006 subject to an original expiration date of April 25, 2009. The approved tentative map would subdivide 19.86 acres of vacant land to create 19 single-family residential properties. B. The site is located on the southwest side of Butterfield Ranch Road and Avenida De Portugal, and is legally described as Assessor's Parcel Numbers 1033-071-09 and 1033-081-20 as shown in the latest records of the Office of the Tax Assessor of the County of San Bernardino. C. The property is zoned Low Density Residential (R-S) and Private Open Space (0-8), and has a General Plan land use designation of Low Density Residential and Private Open Space. D. An environmental review was completed for the project and an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and Mitigation Monitoring Program were adopted by the City Council on April 25, 2006 (SCH#200408134), pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA. As the current application requests an extension of time for the project as it was approved, there is no potential for the application to cause a significant effect on the environment. Therefore, the proposed extension of time is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) Review for Exemption of the CEQA Guidelines. No substantial changes have been made in the project, no substantial changes in the circumstances under which the project is being undertaken and no new information of substantial importance to the project which was not known or could not have been known when the EIR was adopted have become known. 1 OF 5 301/623 E. Tentative Tract Map 16413 was approved by the City Council at a duly noticed public hearing on April 5, 2006. F. Starting in about 2007, a downturn in the residential market occurred that delayed the final map and ultimate construction of the Vila Borba project. This downturn affected development throughout the state of California, causing the state legislature to adopt the following series of legislations that extended the expiration date of TTM 16413 to April 25, 2016: 1. Senate Bill 1185 extended TTM 16413 for twelve (12) months to April 25, 2010. 2. Assembly Bill 333 extended TTM 16413 by twenty-four (24) months to April 25, 2012. 3. Assembly Bill No. 208 extended TTM 16413 an additional twenty-four (24) months to April 25, 2014. 4. Assembly Bill No. extended TTM 16413 as additional twenty-four (24) months to April 25, 2016. G. The applicant submitted the extension request on March 16, 2016, prior to the expiration of an approved or conditionally approved tentative map, so pursuant to Government Code Section 66452.6.e, TTM 16413 the map was automatically extended for 60 days, or until the application for the extension is approved, conditionally approved, or denied, whichever occurs first. H. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on April 5, 2016, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all correspondence received on the project. 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 makes the following findings for Extension of Time 16EXT01 pursuant to Section 83.040110 (c) of the Development Code, as follows: A. FINDING: The proposed subdivision, together with the provisions for its design and conceptual improvements, is consistent with the General Plan. FACT: The project site is designated as Low Density Residential and Private Open Space on the General Plan Map and is zoned Low Density Residential (R-S) and Private Open Space (OS-1). Approval of the Tentative Tract Map for will provide for the development of 19 single- family residences. This is consistent with the General Plan, as it provides 2 OF 5 302/623 more opportunities to meet the diversified housing needs of the community. B. FINDING: The site is physically suitable for the type and proposed density of development. FACT: The project site is steeply sloped from north to south. An initial geotechnical study for the site indicates that appropriate engineering standards can and will be used to mitigate those hazards to minimal. The proposed development will have a density of 'I dwelling unit per acre, and the allowable density is up to 6 dwelling units per acre. As such, the site is suitable for the proposed development. C. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the proposed conceptual improvements are not likely to cause substantial environmental damage or substantially or avoidably injure fish or wildlife or their habitat. FACT: The proposed subdivision is located in an area that is fully developed with urban uses. The site has been maintained through discing in the past years. Development of the project, with incorporation of the mitigation measures referenced herein, will result in negligible changes to the existing environment. D. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the type of improvements will not conflict with easements acquired by the public at large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision. FACT: The design of the subdivision has considered all easements for the public at large for access through or use of the property. No easements are recorded on the property at the present time, and any future easements will be designed to be accessible as necessary. E. FINDING: The design of the subdivision provides, to the extent feasible, passive or natural heating and cooling opportunities. FACT: Natural heating and cooling opportunities were considered in the design of the site layout. The landscape plan incorporates extensive use of trees and vegetation on site, which will help to reduce the effects of urban heat on site. F. FINDING: The proposed subdivision of land, its design, density and type of development and improvements conform to the regulations of the Development Code and the regulations of any public agency having jurisdiction by law. 3 OF 5 303/623 FACT: The proposed site is located in the R-S Low Density Residential zone that allows a maximum density of 6 units per acre. The proposal is for 1 unit per acre, which is below the allowable density in the zone. The proposed project meets all development code standards for the R-S zone, including setbacks, height limits, open space, parking, circulation and access, and landscaping. Best Management Practices are incorporated into the plans to comply with air and water quality requirements of various agencies in the region. Construction plans are required to comply with standard engineering practices and the Uniform Building Code. SECTION 3. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills does hereby approve Extension of Time 16EXT01 for Tentative Tract Map (TTM) 16413, pursuant to Development Code Section 83.040220 (f), based on the findings included within this resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 4. The Planning Commission Secretary shall certify to the adoption of this resolution. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 5th day of April, 2015, GARY LARSON, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: KAREN PULVERS PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM: ELIZABETH M. CALCIANO ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY 4 OF 5 304/623 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 2016- was duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Chino Hills Planning Commission held on the 5th day of April 2016, by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: NOES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: ABSENT: COMMISSION MEMBERS: KAREN PULVERS PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY 5 OF 5 305/623 (------- ok * _ yx y ; CITY OF CHINO HILLS i Conditions of Approval 1 Extension of Time 16EXTO1 ,crm,12„. ooa, r.sr, Tentative Tract Map No. 16413 ON GOING 1 INFORMATIONAL: Planning Division 1. This Tentative Tract Map (Exhibit "C") shall become null and void: A. Unless map recordation has taken place within twenty-four (24) months after the approval of said Tentative Tract Map 16413 Extension of Time 16EXT01. B. 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 twenty-four (24) months or later than April 25, 2018. 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. All conditions of the Original Conditions of Approval for T 16413 with the exception of Condition No.1 shall remain in effect and the original Mitigation Monitoring Requirements shall also remain in effect (Exhibit "B"). END OF SEQUENTIAL CONDITIONS Project Manager: Kim Zuppiger Exhibit "A" 306/623 APPROVED CHINO di L At • SIGNATUi3. CITY OF CHINO HILLS - at/2ira 4Q a CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL / r 4,147.404 , Tentative Tract Map Na s 15989, 140,1-ettITIf1 r General Plan Amendment 03GPA0 - 1--. Zone Change 03ZCO2 OMIFI H1 :5, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01 EIR - State Clearinghouse #2004081134 VILA B.ORBA PROJECT I. GENERAL / ONGOING Planning Division 1. These Tentative Tract Maps shall become null and void: A, Unless map recordation has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after • the approval of said Tentative Tracts. B. 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 thirty-six (36) months. Applications for such extension of time must set forth in writing the reasons for this extension and shall be filed together with a fee as established by the City Council with the Planning Division thirty (30) calendar days before the expiration of the Map, The applicant will be responsible for initiating any extension request. 2. Approval of General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, and EIR (State Clearinghouse #2004081134) shall be contingent upon approval of Tentative Tract Map No. 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16414. 3. 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, '• 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 Exhibit B 307/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 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. 4. The applicant shall prepare and submit to the Director of Community Development for review and approval updated Tentative Tract Maps (7 copies) for the Vila Borba project within 60 days of project approval. The updated documents shall reflect any modifications to the project made by the City Council during its review and determination of the project. The project shall be developed in conformance with the tentative tract maps. , The applicant shall comply with all required mitigation measures approved for the project as part of the project's Environmental Impact Report (State Clearinghouse #2004081134). The applicant shall deposit sufficient funds with the City to retain the services of a qualified consultant to administer and implement the Mitigation Monitoring Program. 6. The Applicant recognizes the City's mandate to comply with its Regional Housing Needs Assessment and the City's related General Plan and Zoning requirements. Therefore, The Applicant shall contribute $1.00 per square foot of livable area for each new residential dwelling unit, not to exceed $3,500 for new single-family residential units and not to exceed $1,000 for new multi-family residential units. The applicant shall pay the dollar amount referenced above, or as stated in the City's adopted affordable housing program in place at the time of occupancy (whichever is less) towards the City's affordable housing program which is due prior to the occupancy of each unit. 7. Should Edison either abandon or relocate its existing easements that are adjacent to the Wildlife Corridor (open space linkage) as shown on the final HMMP, then the land previously within the easement area(s) shall become permanent protected open space and be added to the Wildlife Corridor. 8. The existing 12kv Edison easement that is adjacent to the Hunters Hill project shall be relocated based on the alignment shown on the tentative maps for Tract 16338 and Tract 16413. The relocation shall be complete prior to the occupancy of the first house in Tract 16338. 9. That portion of property zoned multifamily within Tract 16414 shall be allowed up to 280 units subject to meeting all development standards. The project will be subject to the City's Design Review and Site Plan Review approval process, which will determine the final design, site plan, and number of units. " • 10. Mandatory solid waste disposal services shall be provided by the City franchised waste hauler to all parcels/lots or uses affected by approval of this project. 2 00002 308/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change.03ZCO2, 40820 SCH Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR— H # 0 p 1134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 11. A single Homeowner's Association (HOA) shall be formed for Tracts 15989, 16338, 164.13. Tract 16414 will have separate property maintenance associations and CC&R's. 12, The following items shall be dedicated in fee to the City, as determined by the City, and be maintained by a landscape and lighting district; a. All biologically sensitive areas, natural and/or re-naturalized vegetative open space lots; All park lettered lots; All multi-use trails All public street parkways and parkway easements. b. Project related landscape improvements (including but not limited to monuments, signs, irrigation, lights, amenities, and related equipment) which are to be constructed within any public right-of-way located within or adjacent to the project area; stabilization structures and maintenance programs of all natural or re-created waterways (streambeds); components of the HMMP not dedicated to a conservation entity and otherwise funded by a conservation endowment; all park and trail facilities, improvements, and amenities. 13. Cost of installation of the following elements shall be funded by the developer, • and cost of maintenance shall be funded by the HOA: a. Private street maintenance; street sweeping and streetlights; all HOA slopes, lots, and easements; private street parkways and street trees. } b, All ornamental vegetative lots, fuel modification lots, interior slope lots, • private street parkways, and sight triangle lots within the project shall be dedicated in fee to the Homeowner's Association (HOA) maintained by the HOA. If private residential lots have slopes over 30 feet, then an easement to the HOA shall be established for HOA maintenance purposes. Aft dedicated lots and easements are subject to City review and approval during final tract map approval 14. A Disclosure Statement shall be made available to all prospective buyers of - homes for all tracts within this Project. 15. Prior to the first occupancy in the project the applicant, its successors in interest, a Homeowner's Association, or other maintenance authority acceptable to the City (and not the City, unless the City Council expressly accepts any or all of the following responsibilities) as determined by the City, shall be responsible for maintaining, or at the option of the City, funding the maintenance of all of the following improvements which are to be constructed within the project boundaries in perpetuity, including, but not limited to: A. All recreational and other amenities located within the open space/paseo - areas with the exception of the multi-use trail & five acre public park, and those mitigation and open space areas covered by a conservation 3 3091623: General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, FIR —SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's, 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 • Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval easement and perpetual maintenance endowment; B. All project related landscape improvements, monuments, irrigation and related equipment, which are to be constructed on any common lots within the project area an/or which are to be constructed within any public right- of-way located within or adjacent to the project area; C. Street maintenance, street sweeping and street lights (historically funded through assessments or maintenance districts). D, Private infrastructure. 16. The applicant shall comply with the conditions in the transmittal from the Chino Valley Independent Fire District dated December 15th and 19th, 2005. 17. All Trust Deposit Accounts shall have no deficits. Building Division 18. A portion of this development (Tracts 15989 and 16413) is located within the Fire Hazard Overlay District. It shall comply with the project design requirements of the Fire Hazard Overlay District. Landscape 19. Ali landscape architecture documents and landscape construction.shall comply with the City of Chino Hills Landscaping and Lighting Manual 1992. 20. All landscape architecture documents, used as part of the entitlement and landscape construction process, shall be designed by a registered landscape architect licensed by the State of California. 21, All future changes, to the landscape architecture documents after City approval, shall be reviewed by the City for conformance to all laws and regulations for governing the City. Minor changes may be outlined within the Applicant's memorandum of design alteration and then be accepted by the City. The Applicant shall resubmit working drawings and support documents for major changes for review and approval. 22. The Applicant or its successors agrees to maintain the landscape construction in accordance with the following: A. The landscape construction shall be neat and show good horticultural practice. B. The landscape construction shall preserve the design intent in accordance with the approved landscape architecture documents. 4 00000 310/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH#2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval C. The landscape construction shall be maintained in accordance with the approved Landscape Maintenance Guidelines approved with the project. D. The landscape maintenance shall be provided by the owner, Homeowner's Associates representatives, or by a qualified landscape maintenance contractor. E. The landscape maintenance shall be maintained to the minimum standards of the following: 1) Chino Hills Municipal Code ii) State of California's Water Conservation in Landscaping Act, Assembly Bill 325. (California Government Code Section 65591 — 65600 and Division 2 Title 23 California Code of Regulations Chapter 2.7 Sections 490-495.) iii) Water Quality Management Plan that will be reviewed and approved by the City of Chino Hills. 23. Prior to the release of bonds, a Certificate of Substantial Completion package for the project's landscape development shall be submitted and reviewed by the Senior Landscape Planner. Once the final document package is accepted, a final walk, with the Senior Landscape Planner shall be scheduled to review and verify consistency with the accepted Certificate of Substantial Completion package • documents.. Engineering Department Grading 24. Any grading within the road right-of-way prior to the signing of the improvement plans shall be accomplished under the direction of a Soils Testing Engineer. Compaction tests of embankment construction, trench backfill, and all subgrades shall be performed at no cost to City of Chino Hills and a written report shall be submitted to the Engineering Division, prior to any placement of base material and/or paving. 25. Grading of the subject property shall be in accordance with California Building Code, City Grading Standards, and accepted grading practices. The final grading plan shall be in substantial conformance with the approved conceptual grading plan. 26. All cut and fill slopes shall: A. Not exceed a ratio of 2 horizontal to 1 vertical unless otherwise recommended by the engineering geologist and approved by the City Engineer and Building Official. Minimum setbacks from slopes shall conform to the Uniform Building Code. B. Be contour graded to blend with existing natural contours. 5 O J'L1 311/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, 1✓IR --SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval C, Be part of the downhill lot when within or between individual lots. D. The toe and crest of all cut and fill slopes in excess of 5 feet vertical height, but not greater than 10 feet vertical height, shall be rounded with vertical curves, E. The toe and crest of any slope in excess of 10 feet vertical height shall be rounded with curves of radii of no less than 5 feet and designed in proportion to the total height of the slope. F. Comply with the slope undulation provisions of Chapter 16.50 of the Chino Hills Development Code. G. Incorporate recommendations in the approved geology and soils report. 27. Any fill in excess of thirty(30')feet in thickness shall require a fill settlement- monitoring plan. 28. Erosion control devices shall be installed at all perimeter openings and slopes. No sediment shall leave the job site, All newly graded surfaces not immediately involved in construction shall have some method of erosion.protection, 1,e,, mulching, fiber fabric, planting, or tackifier. 29. Water spraying or other approved methods shall be used during grading operations to control fugitive dust. Recycled water shall be used for grading operations whenever available. 30. In hillside areas, residential developments shall be graded and constructed consistent with the standards contained in the City of Chino Hills Development Code, Section 16.50. Dedications 31. Final Maps are required for the proposed divisions and shall be recorded with the County Recorder pursuant to the provisions of the Subdivision Map Act. These maps must be prepared by a licensed land surveyor or a registered civil engineer. The Final Map shall be prepared in accordance with the City of Chino Hills "Final Map Standards for Subdivisions, Parcel Map and Tract Map", latest edition. This includes submittal of digitized CAD file of final map prior to map recordation. 32. Rights-of-way and easements shall be dedicated to the city for all interior public streets, community trails and staging area, public paseos, public landscape areas, street trees, traffic signal encroachment and maintenance, and public drainage facilities as shown on the plans and/or tentative map. Private easements for non-public facilities (cross lot drainage, local feeder trails, etc.), paseos, private parks, shall be reserved as shown on the plans and/or tentative map. 6 n 0000 . 312/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, ElR —SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 33. The City will be provided easements for detention basin(s) for access and maintenance. Funding for maintenance shall be provided by the Developer/ HOA and be approved by the City. 34. Detention basin(s) and drainage courses shall be covered by private easements, Instruments covering recordation and delineation of easements shall be shown on the tract map and CDP for approval. 35. Dedication shall be made of the following rights-of-way on the public perimeter streets (measured from street centerline): 66 total feet on Avenida de Portugal (within Tract 16414). Varying width on Street `H', Street "O' & Avenida de Portugal (within Tract 159891 bounding the Public Park. 36. An irrevocable offer of dedication for roadway and utility purposes shall be made for the private streets. 37. Corner property line cutoffs shall be dedicated per City Standards. 38. Easements shall be dedicated to the City for clear area sight visibility purposes per Development Code Section 16.06.080. 39. Vehicular access rights shall be dedicated to the City for the following streets, except for approved openings: Butterfield Ranch Road, Avenida de Portugal (public section). 40, Slope easements shall be dedicated on the final map where necessary as determined by the City. 41. Easements for public sidewalks, community trail and staging area, street trees or public utility purposes outside of the public right-of-way shall be dedicated to the City on the final maps. • 42. All improvements within public right-of-way or private right-of-way shall be built to City Standards and in accordance with the current edition "Standard Specification for Public Works Construction" and the City of Chino Hills Development Code. Ali improvements shall be bonded in accordance with "Subdivision Map Act" prior to recordation of Final Map if the improvements are not finished prior to the recordation of the final map. Ail improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision • Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction of the improvements and prior to acceptance of 7 rte , 0 0 3 3 313/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR--SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval the improvements by the City, "As-Builts" for the improvements shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer. 43. A thorough evaluation of any public street structural road section to include parkway improvements from a qualified soils engineer shall be submitted to the City Engineering Division for review during the construction of the public streets. This shall be submitted in a tabular form including street name, classification, and traffic index. 44. Ail public improvements (interior streets, drainage facilities, community trails, paseos, landscaped areas, etc.)shown on the plans and/or tentative map shall be constructed to City Standards, Interior improvements shall include, but are not limited to, curb & gutter, AC pavement, drive approaches, sidewalks, street lights and street trees. 45. Construct the following public perimeter street improvements including, but not limited to: Curb& A.C. Side- Drive Street Street Comm. Median Bike Gutter Pvmt walk Appr. Lights Trees Trail Island Trail Street Name Other !Butterfield Ranch Rd I.. I I lAvenida de Portugal .1. X I X I X ll I x. I. X IX I I X I 1 IStreet'H'(public) I x I X l X I J X IX IX I I I I IStreet'0'(public) J X J X I .. X J. . I X..,: IX I x . 46, If Southern California Edison (SCE) will not concur with the alignment of Avenida de Portugal where it crosses the SCE facility, the developer shall revise the street alignment to include a traffic circle where Avenida de Portugal transitions from a public street to a private street. The new alignment requires the approval of the City Engineer. 47. The developer shall install a traffic signal at the intersection of Avenida de Portugal and Butterfield Ranch Road and shall include an equestrian button. The Developer shall also install traffic signal interconnect from the southern tract boundary to Pine Avenue. The traffic signal and interconnect is required to be operational by the 100th Building Permit of any/all of the tracts. 48. Street improvement plans, including street trees, street lights, and intersection safety lights on future signal poles, and traffic signal plans shall be prepared by a registered Civil Engineer and shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer. Security shall be posted and an agreement executed to the satisfaction of the City Engineer and the City Attorney guaranteeing completion of the public and/or private street improvements, prior to final map approval or issuance of building permits, whichever occurs first. 8 000E 34 314/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR— SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 49. Prior to any work being performed in public right-of-way, inspection fees shall be paid and an encroachment permit issued by the Engineering Department in addition to any other permits required. 50. Pavement striping, marking, traffic,signing, street name signing, traffic signal conduit, and interconnect conduit shall be installed to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. 51. Handicap access ramps shall be installed on all corners of intersections per City Standards or as directed by the City Engineer. 52. Existing City roads requiring reconstruction shall remain open for traffic at all times, with adequate detours during construction unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. Street or lane closure permits are required. A cash deposit or bond shall be provided to cover the cost of improvements within public right of wayright-of way, which shall be refunded upon completion and acceptance of the construction by the City. 53. Concentrated drainage flows shall not cross sidewalks. Undersidewalk drains • shall be installed per City Standards, except for single-family residential lots. 54. Street names shall be approved by the Community Development Department prior to the submittal of final mylars of the improvement plans and final maps. 55. Developer shall provide for installation of low intensity, energy efficient street lights, per City of Chino Hills standards regarding light pole spacing and location. A separate street light plan which schematically shows the proposed locations of all street lights shall be submitted for review and approval by the City. All streetlights along the private streets shall be maintained by the HOA. 56. A Registered Civil Engineer shall be retained to design the proposed road alignment to the approval of the Engineering Division. Roads within or bordering the tract shall be designed to City of Chino Hills Road Standards and the standards of the Chino Hills General Plan, Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction, and in accordance with the Circulation Element of the General Plan, with curb, gutter, and sidewalks. 57. Roads within the development shall not be entered into the City Maintained Road System with the exception of Avenida de Portugal (public portion) and public streets bounding the Public Park. 58. Multipurpose trail easements shall be dedicated to the City of Chino Hills and shall be shown on the final map and in accordance with the requirements of the City of Chino Hills. The applicant shall provide information sufficient to confirm to 9 °CC'3'35 315/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR SCH#2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval the City of Chino Hills that multi-purpose trails are terminated in a safe manner at the tract boundaries. 59. Final plans and profiles shall indicate the location of any existing utility facility, which would affect construction. 60. Turn around at dead end streets shall be in accordance with the requirements of the City Engineering Division and the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. 61. The applicant shall coordinate with affected utility companies and obtain any permits as necessary for the development of this project. 62. Right-of-way improvements (including off-site) to transition traffic and drainage flows from proposed to existing, shall be required as necessary. 63. Unless otherwise approved by the City, street improvements must be constructed by the Developer per the approved phasing map. The Developer must install street name signs as part of the improvements. Street names must be approved by the Community Development Department and must be installed per City Standards. Developer must install all necessary traffic regulatory, guide, and • warning signs as required by the City Engineer. These signs shall be part of a signing and striping plan, which shall be submitted for review and approval. 64. Street improvement plans per City Standards for all private streets shall be provided for review and approval by the City Engineer. Prior to any work being performed on the private streets, fees shall be paid and construction permits shall be obtained from the Engineering Department in addition to any other permits required. 65. A permit shall be obtained from Caltrans for any work within the following right- of-way: HIGHWAY 71. Traffic 66. The applicant shall be responsible for paying the in-lieu fees for the fair share contribution of the final mitigation as identified in the final traffic impact study approved by the City Engineer and identified in the Final Environmental Impact Report (E1 R). 67. A separate signing and striping plan shall be provided to address traffic signals including but not limited to, on-site stop signs, no parking areas and red curb. The proposed signing and striping shall be reviewed and approved by the City Traffic Engineer. 10 GOC 316/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's, 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 68. Provide a separate plan showing the clear sight triangle areas. A clear sight triangle area must be clear of all fences, trees, entry sign structures, monuments, earth embankments and shrubs that grow taller than twenty-four inches (24"), All property within the clear sight distance triangle area shall be granted as an easement to the City. In addition, at controlled intersections the sight distance requirements must conform to Caltrans guidelines, as described in Topic 405 of the Caltrans Highway Design Manual. Drainage 69. A final drainage study shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer prior to the final map approval and 1 or the issuance of building permits, whichever occurs first. Study shall address drainage patterns, proposed drainage facilities, mitigation measures proposed for first flush and detention facilities, etc. 70. Adequate City of Chino Hills drainage easements (minimum of 20-feet wide) shall be provided over the natural drainage courses and/or drainage facilities. The easements shall be designed to contain the 100-year frequency storm flow plus bulking and freeboard per City Standard Criteria. 71. Any post-development storm flowsto be discharged into adjacent properties or into any city or county maintained storm drain system shall not exceed 100% of the unbulked undeveloped flows per the approved Master Plan of Drainage for Vila Borba. 72. The storm water detention facilities for the entire Villa Borba project are provided by one large offsite existing detention basin (located on adjacent City property), The detention basin improvements, unless the City Engineer approves other temporary detention facilities, shall be constructed with the commencement of site improvements of Tract No. 15989, 16338, 16413, or 16414. 73. Storm drain systems shall be designed to convey 100-year storm flows off the project site in a manner approved by the City Engineer. 74, Adequate provisions shall be made for acceptance and disposal of surface drainage entering the property from adjacent areas. 75. All post development drainage shall be conducted in non-erodible devices to an approved storm drain system or approved natural drainage course covered by a private easement. 76. In addition to the drainage requirements stated herein, other on-site or off-site improvements may be required which cannot be determined from tentative plans 11 0nuG3: 317/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR SCH#2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval at this time and would have to be reviewed after more complete improvement plans and profiles have been submitted to this office. 77. Public storm drain easements shall be graded to convey overflows in the event of a blockage in a sump catch basin on the public street. Bonding 78. All improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map. 79. If the required public improvements are completed prior to recordation of the final map, a one (1) year warranty bond shall be posted in the amount of 25% of the approved engineer's cost estimate for all improvements. 80. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction of the improvements and prior to acceptance of the improvements by the City, "As-Builts"for the improvements shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer. Utilities 81. Provide separate utility services to each parcel or lot including: sewer; water; gas; electric power; including transformer; telephone; and, cable TV (all underground) in accordance with the utility provider standards. Easements will be provided where necessary. 82. The developer shall be responsible for the relocation of any existing utility necessary as a result of the development. 83. Existing utility poles shall be shown on the improvement plans and relocated, as necessary, without cost to the City. 84. Any wells on the property or similar structures that might result in contamination of underground waters shall be abandoned in a manner approved by the Department of Environmental Health Services (DEHS). Sewer- Domestic Water - Recycled Water 85. Developer shall grade concurrently with the development grading a recycled reservoir pad at elevation 768 large enough for a 6MG reservoir; provide a paved access road to the reservoir; provide a twenty-four inch diameter supply line; install erosion control on the reservoirs graded slope; and dedicate the reservoir lot with the recordation of TTM 15989. 12 OGCG 318/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval If the City elects to construct the reservoir prior to the development grading, the Developer will grant the City fee title for the reservoir parcel; and the Developer shall grant to the City an access and waterline easement in areas that will not be graded with the development. If the City elects this option the City will be responsible for all environmental permits and construction costs for the reservoir and associated improvements. 86. A 26-foot wide access easement and all weather access shall be provided to the City, from a public/private road to the reservoir site. 87. A preliminary geotechnical study for proposed pump station and water storage tanks sites must be submitted for review and approval by the Engineering Division. 88. Design, installation, materials and location of water and sewer improvements must meet the City's standard procedures and requirements, specifications, and AWWA guidelines for the design and construction of water, recycled water, and wastewater facilities. 89. All public. easements for water/sewer mains or storm drains must have a minimum width of 20 feet unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. 90. Water/sewer mains and storm drain lines within the single family residential areas of the project shall be owned and maintained by the City. Water/sewer mains and storm drain lines within the commercial or multi family residential areas of the project shall be owned and maintained by the HOA. Commercial and multi family residential shall be master metered water systems. 91, Water, recycled water, and sewer mains must have a minimum horizontal separation of 10 feet unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. 92. Water, sewer and storm drain lines shall be located in the center of a given easement. 93, All water meters shall be located within the public rights-of way unless otherwise approved by the City. Public easements shall be required for any meter installed outside of public right-of-way. Recorded documents must be submitted to the City prior to occupancy release. 94. All fire hydrants shall be installed per City standards with location and fire flow • requirements as determined by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. 95. An application for recycled water service shall be submitted to the City for approval process with regulatory agencies. 13 000039 319/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH#2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 96. Recycled water service shall have a separate meter from all other water systems. 97. No permanent structures shall be built within any easement unless otherwise approved. The owner shall be responsible for relocating or reconstructing the structures that are built within the easement should there be any damage that occurs during the operations and maintenance of the easement. Exact location of existing waterlines and associated easements will need to be verified and plotted the on site plan prior to approval. Relocation of facilities may be required by the project. 98. All water and sewer plans must be reviewed and approved by the City. The City's review of plans and engineering data will cover only general conformity of the design with standards and specifications outlined in the City's design standards and specifications. The City's approval of plans and engineering data will not constitute a blanket approval of all dimensions, quantities, physical properties, material equipment, devices, or items shown. This does not relieve the design engineers from any responsibility for errors, deviations, or defects in design thereof. 99. A Geotechnical study may be required for the necessary remediation and recommendation for special materials and construction methods for the installation of water and sewer mains and appurtenances. 100. Sewage disposal system shall be connected to the City of Chino Hills public sewer system, Developer shall notify city staff two (2) working days prior to connection to public system and no connection shall be made without the presence of city staff. 101. A digitized drawing file of the improvement plans, in a City's compatible CAD system, shall be submitted along with original Mylars. Landscape 102. Trees shall be prohibited within six (6) feet of the outside diameter of any public utility. 103. All walls on the perimeter and within the development shall be constructed of masonry or other City approved non-wood material and create a design hierarchy. All walls and fences shall be decorative, Pilasters will be required at all lot lines and at appropriate intervals, or as determined by the Community Development Director. Pilasters shall have decorative caps. Walls shall provide interest, texture, and have a decorative cap. Precision block shall not be allowed as a majority field. 14 0 0 0 0 0 320/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, E!R -SOH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 104. All manufactured slopes' horizontal and down drains, including any splash walls, shall be colored to blend with the surrounding soil color. Prior to the issuance of Grading Permits Planning Division 105. Plague has been shown to be endemic to the Chino Hills area. The disease is carried by fleas on wild rodents, including ground squirrels. It is known that ground squirrels are currently in the Chino Hills area; therefore, prior to any grading for land development, the following control measures shall be completed: A. A survey of the subject area by a qualified vector biologist or biologist for the presence of ectoparasites and ground squirrel numbers shall be completed and submitted to the San Bernardino County Vector Control. B. Prior to grading, a control program to include ectoparasite suppression immediately followed by a rodent suppression program shall be performed. • 107. The applicant shall provide evidence that a qualified archaeological/vertebrate paleontological monitor has been hired to review the project site. A qualified archaeological/vertebrate paleontological monitor shall be present during grading to salvage cultural (archaeological/paleontological) resources if any resources are found during earthmoving activities. Arrangements to monitor grading and salvage cultural resources shall be made at a pre-grade meeting between the monitor, grading contractor, Planning project manager, and Building Official. The monitor shall have the authority to halt and redirect grading activities to allow removal of specimens. The monitor shall be responsible for specimen preparation, curation, and a report of findings according to the standards of the County Museum Curator of Earth Sciences submitted to the County Museum and the City. This requirement may be waived if the Curator of Earth Sciences for the San Bernardino County Museum states in writing that such monitoring is not warranted, or if it can be proven to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director that the monitoring is not warranted. Building and Safety Division 108. Grading plans shall incorporate erosion and sediment control per the requirements of the Chino Hills Development Code and Appendix chapter 33 of the Uniform Building Code. 109. All lots should drain to the street. If any lots do not drain to streets, the cross-lot drainage shall be reviewed and approved by the Building Official under the provisions of appendix chapter 33 of the Uniform Building Code, and the City of 15 000041 321/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR —SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval Chino Hills Development Code. Adequate private drainage easements shall be provided over lots where cross-lot drainage occurs and shall be recorded on the Composite Development Plan. 110. All post-development drainage shall be conducted in non erodible devises to a approved storm drain system or approved natural drainage course. 111. The applicant shall submit plans and obtain separate building permits for required walls that appear on the grading plans. 112. The applicant shall obtain a demolition permit for building(s)to be demolished. Underground structures must be broken in, back-filled, and inspected before covering. Engineering Department 113. A grading plan with existing topography shown at one-foot contour intervals shall be prepared by a registered Civil Engineer and shall be submitted to and approved by the Engineering Division. Plan shall comply with the provisions of Appendix Chapter 33 UBC and Chino Hills Development Code and shall delineate the alignment and grade of the proposed roads designed to City Standards. 114. Developer shall provide a copy of the Notice of Intent (NOl) and the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)filed with the State of California for the subject project prior to the issuance of any grading permit. 115. Developer shall submit for review and approval a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) as outlined by the State Water Resources Control Board regulations. 116. The developer shall hire a Quality Control Engineer prior to any land disturbance. The City Engineer shall approve the Quality Control Engineer. The initial deposit shall be $50,000 as soon as he / she is hired by the developer, but prior to any land disturbance, or pregrade meeting. 117. An erosion and sediment control plan and permit complying with the UBC and City of Chino Hills Development Code shall be submitted to and approved by the Engineering Department prior to any land disturbance. Plans are to be submitted prior to or with the grading plans. 118. A soils report shall be prepared by a qualified engineer licensed by the State of California to perform such work. The Soils soils report shall be reviewed and approved by the City's Soils Consultant prior to issuance of grading permit. 16 00OC.12 322/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH#2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 119. A geological report shall be prepared by a qualified engineer or geologist and submitted at the time of application for grading plan check. The geological report shall be reviewed and approved by the City's Geological Consultant prior to issuance of grading permit. 120. A grading performance bond shall be required for this project. The amount of the performance bond shall not be fess than one hundred percent (100%) of the total estimated cost of said grading work as determined by the Engineering Department. The City Attorney must approve the performance bond. 121. Any offsite grading shall be reviewed and approved by the City Engineer. Any offsite easements required for grading or drainage shall be acquired prior to issuance of any grading permit. Landscape Development 122. Ail landscape architecture documents shall be submitted to the Landscape Development staff for review and approval. 123. A "Landscape Documentation Package" shall be prepared for the Landscape Development Division's review and approval. The "Package" shall comply with all applicable requirements of the State of California's Water Conservation in Landscaping Act, Assembly Bill 325. (California Government Code Section 65591 —65600 and Division 2 Title 23 California Code of Regulations Chapter 2.7 Sections 490-495). The following Landscape Documentation Packages shall be prepared: • All landscape architecture within and adjacent to this tentative tract when the project has elements outside the tentative tract. • All publicly maintained hardscape, infrastructure (electrical, drainage, irrigation), and planting. • All home owner association hardscape, infrastructure (electrical, irrigation), and planting. • All privately maintained areas that have City of Chino Hills Municipal Code requirements. • Alf demolition areas (consistent with the approved rough and precise grading) • All mitigation areas (consistent with all technical and environmental documents) • All demolition and de-vegetated areas consistent with the approved limits of the rough and precise grading plans. • All parkways, street trees and water meters. • All multi-use trail alignment landscape architecture. • All barrier landscape architecture (fences, walls, retaining walls as referenced from the civil engineer's plans, pilasters, gates, monuments, edging, etc.). 323/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR— SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval B All access ways and associated details of landscape architecture(walks, crosswalks, decorative vehicular paving, maintenance driveways, bikeways, multi-use trails, etc.). • All wayfinding systems pertaining to bicycle and multi-use trails. 124. A separate plan must be submitted showing all sensitive areas and stands of trees that are to be protected during the grading operations. The plan must show, in detail, the method proposed to protect these areas. This separate plan shall be submitted to the Community Development Director for approval. This plan will be used by a Quality Control Engineer to assure protection of the above-state areas. 125. A tree removal plan, permit, and preconstruction inspection, in compliance with the City's Plant Protection and Management Ordinance or Riparian Plan Conservation (Appendix D, Sections 89.0501-0510) shall be approved prior to any land disturbance and/or removal of any trees or plants. • 126. When any grading affects existing preserved tree drip lines, the following shall occur: a. The grading plan shall be adjusted to protect the trees to the maximum extent possible. b. Grading plans shall be submitted to the Landscape Development Division. c. Grading plans shall be reviewed by the Landscape Development Division for conformance with all Tree Program.requirements established for the project. d. All trees to be retained and/or destroyed shall be identified.on the grading plans, and all respective mitigation measures related to tree retention shall be identified clearly and boldly. e. Protection measures for tree retention shall be implemented before grading commences and is inspected by the City's Grading Inspector, Senior Landscape Planner, and Arborist. 127. All retaining walls' placement shall be shown on the rough grading plan. The retaining walls shown on the rough grading plan shall be consistently portrayed on the landscape architecture plan. The retaining walls'.details and specifications shall be complete to the satisfaction of the City. Aesthetic descriptions of the materials, finishes, and textures, colors, manufacturers and mode( numbers shall be called out on the retaining wall plans. 128. All access ways to the open space areas that include a driveway shall have removable and lockable decorative bollards or other device acceptable to the City. • 129. All landscape irrigation shall use recycled water, where available. 18 n r, �' iz` 324/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH ##2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 130. AU vehicular sight line triangles (clear areas) shall be shown on the landscape construction hardscape and planting plans in accordance with Caltrans and the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 16.06.080. 131. Multi-use trail easement shall be dedicated to the City of Chino Hills and shall be shown on the final map and in accordance with the requirements of the City of Chino Hills multiuse trail standards. The applicant shall provide information sufficient to confirm to the City of Chino Hills that multi-use trails are terminated in a safe manner at the tract boundaries. Road crossings for multiuse trails shall be shown per the recommended multi-use trail exhibit presented to the Park and Recreation Commission. 132. The applicant shall organize a pre-construction meeting with the City Senior Landscape Planner before landscape construction is installed. RECORDATION OF FINAL MAP Community Development Prior to Recordation— Community Development 133. AU parcels within the development that is within an Assessment District must complete an Application to Apportion Special Assessments and submit a deposit to cover processing costs. Planning Division 134. Prior to recordation of Tracts 15989, 16338, and 16413, the applicant shall have recorded a Covenant in a form approved by the City stating that the applicant shall establish a Homeowner's Association (HOA) and submit Codes, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&R's) for the project for review and approval by the City prior to issuance of the first building permit. The CC&R's shall include applicable items specified in these Conditions of Approval. The CC&R's shall include a provision requiring a Disclosure statement stating that: 1) Parents may be required to provide transportation to schools designated for this project area or closest bus pick-up area. This Disclosure Statement shall be made available to all prospective buyers of homes within this tract, notifying them of these restrictions and 2) Owners are advised to keep pets inside their residences during nighttime hours to protect pets from wildlife living in adjacent open space areas. 135. Ali Trust Deposit Accounts shall have no deficits. 136. All lots shall have met the minimum lot area, depth, and width requirements as described in the City Development Code. 19 17' 325/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH#2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 137. An acoustical study shall be completed to assess noise levels at the development and shall be reviewed and approved by the City Engineer or designee. Detailed noise analysis and precise measures shall be submitted to the City for review and approval prior to recordation. A fee will be charged for review of the acoustical study and payment will be required prior to the issuance of an approval/denial letter. 138, For projects with hillside development, a building envelope, indicating maximum building height and the "no-build" zone dimensions, shall be indicated. Building and Safety Division 139. Tracts 15989 and 16413 are located west of Butterfield Ranch Road and are within the Fire Hazard Overlay. Tracts 15989 and 16413 shall meet all requirements of Ordinance 172 &173 including a minimum 30-foot separation requirement between structures on adjoining lots. Alternate measures that achieve the same level of protection as a thirty-foot separation shall be approved by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District and the Director of Community Development. 140. A Composite Development Plan prepared in accordance with Appendix D Article 5 of the City of Chino Hills Development Code shall be filed with, and approved by the City of Chino Hills Engineering Department and Community Development Department, delineating the minimum building setbacks and minimum separation between structures. All easements of record both public and private shall be delineated. A note shall be placed on the Composite Development Plan referencing the development standards and design guidelines. 141. A list of proposed street names and a list of alternate street names shall be submitted to the Community Development Department for approval. Approved street names shall appear on the Final Map. 142. All numbered lots shall have addresses assigned by the Building & Safety Division. All assigned addresses shall appear on the Composite Development Plan. Engineering Department 143. A Monumentation cash deposit is required prior to recordation of the final map. The City Engineer will determine this deposit. The refundable deposit is to guarantee the installation of centerline ties and to ensure payment to the surveyor of record. 20C - ^ n/'. AJ 326/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR--SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's, 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 144. The Tract Maps shall be prepared in accordance with the City of Chino Hills "Final Map Standards for Subdivisions, Parcel Map and Tract Map", latest edition. This includes submittal of digitized CAD file of final map prior to map recordation. 145. Traffic Fair Share costs will be determined by the City's Traffic Engineer and will be due prior to recordation. 146. The developer shall submit"Non-interference" letters to the City, from any utility company that may have rights or easements within the property boundaries. 147. All improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map. Landscape 148. The applicant shall dedicate and finish grade a five-acre public park within Tract 15989. 149. The applicant shall construct the community park, including but not limited to, the parking lot, plant material and irrigation system installation, recreational equipment and installation. Park construction costs will be credited against park fees owed for all commercial and residential parcels, Park construction costs in excess of the amount of park fees will be borne by the applicant. If park construction costs a total less than the amount of fees owed for all commercial and residential parcels, the applicant will apply the difference between park construction costs and fees owed, up to the full amount of fees owed. Park construction must be substantially complete, as determined by the Community Development Director, prior to issuance of the 180th building permit for tract 15989. 150. All easements associated with landscape architecture development shall be shown prior to recordation of the Final Map and Composite Development Plan. These easements shall include, but not be limited to, landscape maintenance to the Homeowner's Association, exclusive easements to the City for clear areas as defined in the Municipal Code, exclusive easements to the City for multi-use trails, staging area, etc. 151. The multi-use trails and staging area shall be constructed by the applicant, as reviewed and agreed to by the Park and Recreation Commission, shall be part of an exclusive blanket easement to the City over all lots needed to construct and maintain the multi-use trails in perpetuity, unless lots are covered by the conditions of the HMMP or an environmental easement. 21 0 0 0 Oz.t 327/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's, 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 152. The Applicant shall establish a Landscape and Lighting Assessment District for all publicly held lots, easements, and facilities for their long-term maintenance and eventual replacement. The Applicant shall prepare all documents for the City's review and approval. All costs for Landscape and Lighting Assessment District establishment shall be borne by the Applicant or their successors in interest. The Community Development Director or his designee has the option to move the deadline date for Landscape and Lighting Assessment District establishment if it is necessary. The Landscape and Lighting Assessment District shall incude, but not be limited to the following lands and facilities, as determined by the City. ® Natural, Native, and/or Re-established open space o Parks • Multi-Use Trails, Assess, Tunnels and Trailheads • Fire Safety Access and Facilities • Wetlands ® Public Parkways and Medians, if not already in a district 153. The applicant shall prepare for the City's review a cost estimate of all landscape architecture improvements. The format shall be unitized and itemized showing subtotals and totals. 154. The applicant shall provide landscape development performance, labor and material, and maintenance bonds to the City. Open Space bonds shall be collected for natural open space areas not covered by a conservation easement or maintenance endowment. Public Area bond shall be collected for the multipurpose trail. Private Area bonds shall be collected for the Homeowner's Association areas, private slopes, and street trees. 155. An Open Space Performance Bond, in an amount per acre of open space es determined by the Community Development Director, shall be posted with the City in order to pay for the restoration of disturbed open spaces. The performance bond shall remain in place for one year after installation. 156. A Private Area Landscape Performance Bond, in the amount of one hundred percent of the City-approved cost estimate, shall be posted with the City in order to pay for the completion of the private areas. The performance bond shall remain in place for one year after installation. 157. A Private Area Landscape Labor and Materials Bond, in the amount of fifty percent of the City-approved cost estimate, shall be posted with the City in order to pay for the completion of the private areas. 22 000C. ..�, 328/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPAO1, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval 158. A Private Area Landscape Maintenance Bond, in the amount of twenty-five percent of the City-approved cost estimate, shall be posted with the City and shall be held by the City for one year after the formal acceptance of the project by the City. BUILDING PERMITS Ongoing Community Development Department 159. Projects subject to a building permit shall have all required on and off-site improvements, required for each phase, completed and approved prior to final inspection of any buildings or structures. The term "phase" as used here shall mean the following: "The block of building permits drawn on less than the whole project" or"A plan of building construction which indicates blocks of construction of less than the whole project". In each phase, the installation of any on off-site improvements shall be sufficiently completed so as to assure protection from storm or drainage run off, a safe and drivable access for fire and safety, and the ordinary and intended use of the buildings or structures. The Building Official, with the concurrence of the Engineering Division, may approve any plan or approve a change to an approved plan, which complies with the intent of this policy. 160. All recycled water service is subject to compliance with all rules, regulations, and conditions of all regulatory agencies and payment for all charges and fees in effect at the time service is applied for. 161. The developer shall submit an Acoustical Report to the Community Development Department for review and approval. The measures approved as part of the report shall be incorporated in the project design. Walls required for acoustical mitigation shall supersede, as necessary, landscape walls/fences. Landscape 162. All landscape inspections shall be requested at least two City business days in advance. 163. Landscape construction plans shall be approved and shall reflect all design concepts included within the proposed Landscape Master Plan. The landscape construction plans shall incorporate planting, slope treatments, irrigation methods, signage and fencing. A plan check deposit acceptable to the Community Development Director shall be paid at the time of submittal. Said landscape plans shall implement the development guidelines per the 23 0000, 329/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, FIR —SCH#2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval Landscaping and Lighting Manual. Any revisions to the approved landscape plan shall be approved by the City. Prior to Issuance of Building Permits Community Development 164. The development is required to comply with the Development Impact Fee ordinance, as amended or superseded prior to issuance of building permit. 165. All fees (capital connection, inspection, encroachment, meter, deposit, etc.) must be paid per the Development Impact Fee Ordinance. 166. Water and sewer accounts must be established with the City's Finance Department. Planning Division 167. A report stating that the measures recommended in the acoustical report have been implemented shall be submitted to the Planning Division and the building plans shall be so certified by the acoustical engineer. 168. The developer shall complete the City's Design Review process. 169. The applicant shall provide a concrete.slab three feet wide by eight feet long (3'X8')for each lot to provide a space for waste separation in compliance with Section 16.10.040.of the Development Code. The slab shall be located behind the required front yard setback and screened from view. 170. The developer shall provide certification from the appropriate school district as required by California Government Code Section 53080(b) that any fee, charge, dedication or other form or requirement levied by the governing board of the district pursuant to Government Code Section 53080(a) has been satisfied. Landscape 170. Landscape plans for the model home complex(es) shall be provided for review and approval by the City's Landscape Division. 171. The landscape architecture documents shall be approved by the City Engineer for the purpose of design immunity for the following landscape improvements: • a. Parkways b. Multipurpose trails 24 330/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR— SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval Building and Safety Division 172. Two approved, signed and wet stamped as graded soils reports, shall be submitted at the time of plan check submittal. 173. Certification of Rough Grade shall be submitted on approved City form. 174. Upon completion of rough grading, all erosion control measures and devices shall be installed at all perimeter openings and slopes. No sediment is to leave the job site, All newly graded surfaces not immediately involved in construction shall have an approved method of erosion protection in place at all times. No building permits shall be issued until compliance with the above requirements has been demonstrated. 175. A precise grade plan, per City standard, shall be submitted and approved for each lot prior to issuance of a building permit for that lot. 176. Any portion of the site that fronts on a public street 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. 177. All residential structures shall be equipped with full gutters and downspouts. All downspouts shall be tied to an underground yard drain system that outlets at an approved location, unless the WQMP or ROWD require the need for side yard swales. 178. Applicant must submit water service sizing requirements, per the Uniform Plumbing Code. 179. Plans shall incorporate any/all water conservation requirements contained within the Uniform Plumbing Code. Engineering Department 180. The final grading, appropriate certifications and compaction reports shall be completed, submitted and approved by the Engineering Department prior to the issuance of building permits. 181. Ali public improvements necessary for that phase of construction shall be operationally complete prior to the issuance of building permits for that phase. V. OCCUPANGY 25 c 331/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03 CO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH#2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval Requirements Prior to Occupancy Community Development 182. The development is subject to all appropriate fees, charges, deposits for services to be rendered, and securities required pursuant to the adopted fee schedule, as amended or superseded prior to final inspection. Planning Division 183. All Trust Deposit Accounts shall have no deficits. Building and Safety Division 184. All required approvals from each Division/Department shall be obtained prior to final Building Inspection 185. All slopes shall be planted prior to occupancy of phase were slopes occur, Landscape 186. All slopes, walls, and fences shall be installed prior to occupancy of the house. 187. All open space lots not covered by a conservation easement must be in a state satisfactory to the City prior to open space acceptance by the City. 188. All slopes shall be planted prior to occupancy of phase where slopes occur. 189. Landscape construction shall be installed and deemed complete by the City Senior Landscape Planner. 190. A Recycled Water Operational Plan and Engineers report shall be submitted for review and approval by the City and Department of Environmental Health Services. The report shall be pursuant to the Department of Health Services, "Guidelines for the Preparation of an Engineering report for the Production, Distribution and Use of Recycled Water", dated September 1997. 191. The Applicant and/or Developer shall provide the City an Open Space Management Plan. The Plan shall show consistency and the interrelationship between different program goals and jurisdictional requirements. The Plan shall include, but not be limited to, the following: a. Open Space Maintenance 26 332/623 General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, EIR—SCH #2004081134, Tentative Tract Map No's, 15989, 16338, 16413, 16414 Vila Borba Project Conditions of Approval b. Multi-Use Trail Maintenance c. Fuel Modification d, Wildlife Preservation e. Habitat Preservation f. Tree Preservation, Demolition, and Mitigation g. Riparian Setbacks and Preservation h. Environmental Compliance with Federal, State, and Local Issues Further, the Applicant and/or Developer(not the eventual care taker, HOA, and/or City) shall provide the first year's maintenance. The first year's maintenance shall commence after there has been a Certificate of Substantial Completion accepted by Landscape Development and a Final Walk has been performed by the City. The Community Development Director and/or City Planner may accept an alternative time when the first year maintenance begins with a written request from the Applicant and/or Developer. The City Planner and/or Community Development Director may require additional open space bonds to fulfill the Open Space Management Plan. Engineering Department 192. The Developer shall provide a video camera report of all sewer and storm drain mainline facilities prior to final acceptance by the City. Video report shall not be completed until all air and hydrostatic testing has been completed. 193. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction.of the improvements and prior to acceptance of the improvements by the City, the developer shall provide for City approval "Record Drawing" for all improvements. 194. Developer shall provide certifications for all public and private backflow devices installed as part of the development, END OF STANDARD CONDITIONS Project Manager: Jeffery S. Adams 27 000(K--;3 333/623 Chino Valley Board of Directors Ed Gray, Independent Fire District President p Jim S. Espinosa, Vice President • n+r ` : 2005 Grand Avenue Tina Revane Ronald D. Watson A� "�C Chino Hills, CA;91709 Winn Williams9E btSrtR�G (909) 902-5260 Administration (909)902-5280 Fire Prevention Fire Chief (909)902-5250 Fax Paul L. Benson http.//cvifi.org December 19,2005 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,Adam Farms. Attendees of the meeting shalt include a Fire District representative,the Developer,and the General Contractor. The following are 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 Sandoval at(909)902-5280,extension 225. Questions regarding these requirements can be answered by calling Deputy Fire Marshal Adam Panos at 09)902-5280, extension 224. mit 4 6039' Section 2-1050 Project Name VILA BORBA Building Address: . BUTI`ERFIELD RANCH!PINE, City#: Type of Development: Residential County#: Tract#: TTM 16338 • Applicant: MDS CONSULTING Address: 17320 REDIdILL AVE. SUITE 350 City,State,Zip: IRVINE, CA. 92614 Phone#: (949)251-8821 Design Engineer: Address: City,State,Zip: Phone#: Applicable Fire Protection Standards are: ilia, 111, 122, 130, 131 Required Fire Flow for this project is: G.P.M. @ 20 P.S.I. Residual Pressure, 2 Hour Duration. Page l of 4 0v 3 3i.: 334/623 December 19, 2005 Permit# 6039 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 Uniform Fire Code,2000 Edition,and the California Fire Code,2001 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 Uniform Fire Code, Section 105 and the current Fire District Fee Schedule Ordinance. 1.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO RECORDATION: 0.1 Fire access roads shall be designed and plans submitted to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Fire access roads shall be provided with an all weather surface and a minimum unobstructed paved width of 26 feet(26). The road grade shall not exceed twelve percent(12%)maximum, An approved turn around shall be provided at the end of each roadway in excess of one-hundred, fifty feet(150')in length Cul-de-- - sac length shall not exceed 600'. Fire District Standard'No. 111 shall be complied with. 1.3 The development and each phase shall have two(2)points of vehicular access. Fire District Standard No. 111 shall be complied with, 1.4 Water systems shall be designed to meet the required fire flow of this development and be approved by the Fire Prevention Division.Buildings in excess of 100,000 square feet shall have a minimum of two(2) connections to a public main. The developer shall furnish the Fire Prevention Division with three(3) copies of the water system working plans done by the installing contractor for approval,along with the Fire Flow Availability Form completed by the the water purveyor prior to recordation. The required fire flow shall be determined by using the Uniform Fire Code,current adopted edition. In areas without water- serving utilities,fire protection water systems shall be based on NFPA Pamphlet 1231. Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102,and 103 shall be complied with. For water connections and work conducted in the public right of way,please refer to separate plans reviewed and approved by the water purveyor. 1.6 Fire hydrants shall be six inch(6")diameter with a minimum one four inch(4")and one two and one-half inch(2-1/2") connections. The hydrant type shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Division. All fire hydrants shall be spaced three hundred feet(300') apart maximum. Single family resident hydrant spacing is six hundred feet(600')apart maximum. Private water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos, 101, 102,and 1)4. All hydrants shall be installed with pavement markers to identify their locations, • Page 2 of 4 335/623 ba Decern r 19.2005 1 Permit:6039 1.8 A fuel modification zone plan shall be required. Requirements will be site specific to the proposed project. The applicant shall submit the fuel ruodi.ficaiton plan to the fire department for review and approval. Fire District Standard No. 130 shall be complied with. 2.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE'CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 2.1 Fire access roads shall be constructed and approved by the Fire Prevention Division prior to combustibles being brought onto the site. • 2.2 Approved street signs shall be installed prior to issuance of building permits. 2.3 Fire Protection water systems shall be tested, operational,and approved by the Fire Prevention Division. 2.4 An approved fuel modification zone shall be constricted. Fire District Standard No, 130 shalt be complied with. AI 2.5 All flammable vegetation shall be removed from each building site for a minimum distance of thirty feet (30')from any flammable building material including all structures. 2.7 The Developer shall submit a CAD-drawing of the streets in.dwg format to the Fire District with the building construction plans. Format must contain and be restricted to the following layers: A. Right of way;B.Parcel Lines; C. Street Names; D. Address numbers;E.Fire Hydrants • 3.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 3,10 Smoke detectors are required to be installed per Section 310.9 of the California Building Code,current adopted edition. 3.16 Residential street addresses shall be posted with a minimum of four inch(4")numbers, visible from the street and during the hours of darkness the numbers shall be electrically(12 volt power source only) illuminated by internal means only. Posted numbers shall contrast with the background used and be legible from the street in accordance with the Uniform Fire Code, current adopted edition. Where building set back exceeds 100 feet from the roadway, additional non-illuminated four inch(4")-numbers shall be displayed at the property access entrance. These numbers shall also contrast with the background used. Fire District Standard No..122 shall be complied with. 3.18 Every chimney used in conjunction with any fireplace or any heating appliance in which solid or liquid fuel is used shall be maintained with an approved spark arrestor,visible from the ground, as identified in the Uniform Fire Code, current adopted edition, Fire District Standard No. 131 shall be complied with. Page 3 of 4 000060 336/623 • December 19, 2005 Permit:6039 -4.0 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR THIS PROJECT ARE: 1.) A separate application and plans shall be submitted for each of thefollowing listed items to the Fire District for review, approval and permit. Approved plans must be maintained at the worksite during construction. Fees are due at the time of submittal. a.) Building construction. This submittal is concurrent with the application to the City's Building Department for any building permits. The following information must be submitted along with application to the Fire District: 1.) Fire flow Availability Form(tested.and completed by the City's Public Works Dept. or witnessed by the Fire District Inspector.) 2.) Complete list of addresses for all phases of the developnledt,all structures included. 3.) A CAD file in,dwg format,with the correct data,for the tracts) 4.) A Fuel Modification Zone Plan and/or Vegetation Management Plan • Page 4 of 4 0000 l.. 337/623 v ��,o,lN(,c Chino Valley Board of Directors J Ed Gra a� ' ` Independent Fire District n s. 0 �1.;...-4,i....,,- -...7.7,:!-- -4- resident , , ..-- Jim S.Espinosa, ---,--- 1--.'• c"= ' Vice President 1?A Tina Revane ® 2005 Grand Avenue Ronald D. Watson k Chino Hills, CA 91709 f,� Dis- vcc'C, (909) 902-5260 Administration Winn Williams (909)902-5280 Fire Prevention Fire Chief (909)902-5250 Fax Paul L Benson http://cvifd_org December 15, 2005 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, Adam.Panes. Attendees of the meeting shall include a Fire District representative,the Developer,and the General Contractor. The following are 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 Sandoval at(909)902-5280, extension 225. Questions regarding these requirements can be answered by calling Deputy Fire Marshal Adam Panes at 09) 902-5280, extension 224. it# 6040 Section 2-1050 Project Name VILA BORBA Building Address: .BUTTERFIELD RANCH/PINE. . City 4: Type of Development: Residential County#: Tract#: TTM 16414 Applicant: MDS.CONSULTING Address: 17320 REDHILL AVE. SUITE 350 City,State,Zip: IRVINE, CA, 92614 Phone#: (949)251-8821 Design Engineer: Address: City,State,Zip: Phone#: Applicable Fire Protection Standards are: •Required Fire Flow for this project is: G.P,M. @ 20 P,S,I,Residual Pressure, 2 Hour Duration. Page 1 of 3 C G GO GG 338/623 December 15,2005 Permit# 6040 .FIRE DISTRICT • CONDI`T'IONS 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 iinprovernent 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 Uniform.Fire Code,2000 Edition,and the California Fire Code,2001 Edition(as adopted by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District); and all applicable statues, codes,'ordinances and Fire District Standards. AU required permits shall be obtained and fees paid as specified in the Uniform Fire Code, Section 105 and the current Fire District Fee Schedule Ordinance. 1.0 ME ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO RECORDATION: .1 Fire access roads shall be designed and plans submitted to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Fire. access roads shall be provided with an all-weather surface and a minimum unobstructed paved width of 26 feet(26). The road grade shall not exceed twelve percent(12%)maximum. An approved turn around shall be provided at the end of each roadway in excess of one-hundred,fifty feet(154)in length. Cul-de- sac length shall not exceed 600'. Fire District Standard No. 111 shalt be complied with. 1.2 Access drives which cross property lines shall be provided with CC&R's,access easements or reciprocating agreements and shall be recorded on the titles of affected properties. Copies ofthe recorded documents shall be provided at the time of Fire District plan review. 1.3 The development and each phase shall have two(2)points of vehicular access. Fire District Standard No. I 1 l shall be complied with. 1.4 Water systems shall be designed to meet the required fire flow of this development and be approved by the. Fire Prevention Division. Buildings in excess of 100,000 square feet shall have a minumum of two(2) connections to a public main. The developer shall furnish the Fire Prevention Division with three(3) copies of the water systemworking plant done by the installing contractor for approval, along with the Fire Flow Availability Form completed by the the water purveyor prior to recordation. The required fire flow shall be determined by using the Uniform Fire Code, current adopted edition. In areas without water- serving utilities,fire protection water systems shall be based on NFPA Pamphlet 1231. Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102,and 103 shall be complied with, For water connections'and work conducted in the public right of way,please refer to separate plans reviewed and approved by the water purveyor. Page 2 of 3 0000 67 339/623 December 15. 2005 Permit:6040 • 1.5 Underground fire mains which cross property lines shall be provided with CC&.R's, easements, or • reciprocating agreements addressing the use and maintenance of the mains and hydrants and shall be recorded on the titles of affected properties. In the event the project includes a fire water pump that is shared by more than one parcel,applicant shall provide CC&R's recorded against each parcel that address the maintenance and operation of the fire water pump to the satisfaction of the Chino Valley independent fire District. Copies of the recorded documents shall be provided at the time of Fire District plan review. 1.6 Fire hydrants shall be six inch(6")diameter with a minimum one four inch(4'')and one two and cue-half inch(2-1/2") connections. The hydrant type shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Division. All fire hydrants shall be spaced three hundred feet(300')apart maximum. Single family resident hydrant spacing is six hundred feet(6005 apart maximum. Private water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102, and 114. All hydrants shall be installed with pavement markers to identify their locations. 1.7 This development shall comply with the Fire Safety Review Overlay Requirements. This development is located in Fire Review Area 1. 2.0 THE-ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 1)1 Fire access roads shall be constructed and approved by the Fire Prevention Division prior to combustibles being brought onto the site. 2.2 Approved street signs shall be installed prior to issuance of building permits. 2.3 Fire Protection water systems shall be tested, operational,and approved by the Fire Prevention Division. • 2.5 All flammable vegetation shall be removed from each building site for a minimum distance of thirty feet (30') from any flammable building material including all structures. 2.6 A detailed site plan of the development is required. For commercial and industrial projects, Fire District Standard No. 143 shall be complied with. 2.7 The Developer shall submit a CAD-drawing of the streets in.dwg format to the Fire District with the building construction plans. Format must contain and be restricted to the following layers: A.Right of way;B. Parcel Lines;C. Street Names;D. Address numbers;E.Fire Hydrants 4.0 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR THIS PROJECT ARE: 1.) None at this time. Page 3 of 3 0000`1:::8 340/623 Vv Y it ' Chino Valley Board of Directors •�,�, ° o Independent Fire District p e dent fins S.Espinosa, z vice President Tina Revane • 44,0 :41-i `0 2005 Grand Avenue Ronald D. Watson Chino Hills, CA 91709 � D?ST?"' (909)902-5260 Administration Winn Williams (909)902-5280 Fire Prevention Fire chief (909)902-5250 Fax Paul L.Benson htrp:/cvifd.org December 15, 2005 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,Adam Panos, Attendees of the meeting shall include a Fire District representative,the Developer,and the General Contractor. The following are 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 Sandoval at(909)902-5280,extension 225. Questions regarding these requirements can be answered by calling Deputy Fire Marshal Adam Panos at (909) 902-5280,extension 224. Wit# 6041 •Section 2-1050 . Project Name VJLABORBA Building Address: BUTTERFIELD RANCH/PINE . . City#: Type of Development: Residential County 4: Tract 4: TTM 16413 Applicant: MDS CONSULTING Address: 17320 REDHILL AVE. SUITE 350 City,State,Zip: IRVINE, CA. 92614 Phone 4: (949)251-8821 Design Engineer: Address: City,State,Zip: Phone#: Applicable Fire Protection Standards are: 21411,111, 122, 126, 130, 131 Required Fire Flow for this project is: G.P.M.@ 20 P.S.I.Residual Pressure, 2 Hour Duration. Page 1 of 4 0000 G 341/623 December 15,2005 Permit# 6041 FIRE DISTRICT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL The above-referenced project is inthe jurisdiction of the China 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 Uniform Fire Code, 2000 Edition,and the California Fire Code,2001 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 Uniform Fire Code, Section 105 and the current Fire District Fee Schedule Ordinance. 1.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO RECORDATION: aii.1 Fire access roads shall be designed and plans submitted to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Fire access roads shall be provided with an all weather surface and a minimum unobstructed paved width of 26 111. feet(26'). The road grade shall not exceed twelve percent(12%)maximum. An approved turn around shall be provided at the end of each roadway in excess of one-hundred,fifty feet(150')in length. Cul-de- sac length shall not exceed 600'. Fire District Standard No. 111 shall be complied with, 1.3 The development and each phase shall have two (2)pointe of vehicular access. Fire District Standard No, 111 shall be complied with. 1.4 Water systems shall be designed to meet the required fire flow of this development and be approved by the Fire Prevention Division.Buildings in excess of 100,000 square feet shall have a minumum of two(2) connections to a public main. The developer shall furnish the Fire Prevention Division with three(3) copies ofthe water system working plans done by the installing contractor for approval, along with the Fire Flow Availability Form completed by the the water purveyor prior to recordation. The required fire flow shall be determined by using the Uniform Fire Code, current adopted edition. In areas without water- serving utilities,fire protection water systems shall be based on NFPA Pamphlet 1231. Fire District Standard Nos, 101, 102, and 103 shall be complied with. For water connections and work conducted in the public right of way,please refer to separate plans reviewed and approved by the water purveyor. 1.6 Fire hydrants shall be six inch(6")diameter with a minimum one four inch(4")and one two and one-half inch(2.-1/2")connections. The hydrant type shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Division, All fire hydrants shall'be spaced three hundred feet(300')apart maximum. Single family resident hydrant spacing is six hundred feet(600')apart maximum. Private water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102,and 114. All hydrants shall be installed with pavement markers to identify their locations. Page 2 of 4 000063 342/623 December 15, 2005 Permit:6041 1.7 This development shall comply with the Fire Safety Review Overlay Requirements. This development is located in Fire Review Area 1, 1.8 A fuel modification zone plan skill be required. Requirements will be site specific to the proposed project. The applicant shall submit the fuel modificaiton plan to the fire department for review and approval. Fire District Standard No. 130 shall be complied with. 2,0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 2.1 Fire access roads shall be constructed and approved by the Fire Prevention Division prior to combustibles being brought onto the site. 2.2 Approved street signs shall be installed prior to issuance of building permits, 2.3 Fire Protection water systems shall be tested,operational,and approved by the Fire Prevention Division 2.4 Anapproved fuel modification zone shall be constructed. Fire District Standard No. 130 shall be complied with. 2.5 All flammable vegetation shall be removed from each building site for a minimum distance of thirty feet (30) from any flammable building material including all structures. 2,7 The Developer shall submit a CAD-drawing of the streets in .dwg format to the Fire District with the building construction plans. Format must contain and be restricted to The following layers: A. Right of way; B. Parcel Lines;C. Street Names; D.Address numbers;E. Fire Hydrants 3.0 THE 'I'EMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLE'T'ED PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 3.2 An automatic life safety/property protection fire sprinkler system is required. The developer shall submit three(3) sets of detailed plans and hydraulic calculations to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Minimum water supply shall be a one-inch(P)meter. The system shall be installed,tested and approved prior to occupancy. The system shall meet the standards of NFPA 13D and Fire District Standard No.126. Dwellings in excess of 5,000 square feet shall be designed to 13R Standards. Calculation of the (4)four most remote heads is required. 3.10 Smoke detectors are required to be installed per Section 310.9 of the California Building Code,current adopted edition. Page 3 of 4 0000G1-1 343/623 • December 15, 2005 Permit:6041 3.16 Residential street addresses shall be posted with a minimum of four inch(4")numbers,-visible from the street and during the hours of darkness the numbers shall be electrically(12 volt power source only) illuminated by internal means only. Posted numbers shall contrast with the background used and be legible . from the street in accordance with the Uniform Fire Code,current adopted edition. Where building set back exceeds 100 feet from the roadway,additional non-illuminated four inch(4")numbers shall be • displayed at the property access entrance. These numbers shall also contrast with the background used. Fire District Standard No. 122 shall be complied with. 3,18' Every chimney used in conjunction with any fireplace or any heating appliance in which solid or liquid fuel is used shall be maintained with an approved spark arrestor,visible from the ground, as identified in the •Unifuru!Fire Code, current adopted edition, Fire District Standard No. 131 shall be complied with. 4.0 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR THIS PROJECT ARE: 1.) A separate application and plans shall be submitted for each of the following listed items to the Fire District for review, approval and permit. Approved plans must be maintained at the worksite during construction. Fees are due at the time of submittal. a.) Building construction. This submittal is concurrent with the application to the City's Building Department for any building permits. The following information must be submitted along with applications to the Fire District: 1.) •Fire flow Availability Form(tested and completed by the City's Public Works Dept. or witnessed by the Fire District Inspector.) 2.) Complete list of addresses for all phases of the development,all structures included. 3,) A CAD file in.dwg format,with the correct data, for the tract(s) 4) A Fuel Modification Zone Plan and/or Vegetation Management Plan b.) Residential fire sprinkler systems. A separate application must be made for each phase of the development. Systems must designed and installed by a licensed C-16 contractor. Page 4 of 4 .sib` 344/623 • Directors �,,vev iNpFA Chino Valley Board of Ed Gray, 0 Independent Fire District p �` > r'�-�. President .."'" Jim S. Espinosa, _ a—_. r ►� Vice President �.n . 0 2005 Grand Avenue Tina Revane A c," Chino.Hills, CA 91709 Ronald D. Watson G Winn Williams RF% MI° (909)902-5260 Administration (909)902-5280 Fire Prevention Fire Chief (909)902-5250 Fax Paul L Benson http://cvifd.org December 15,2005 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,Adam Paws, Attendees of the meeting shall include a Fire District representative,the Developer,and the General Contractor. The following are the Fire District conditions of this development. Questions regarding plan review fees,plan routing procedures, or the status of your plans can be.snswwered by calling Alma Sandoval at(909)902-5280,extension 225. Questions regarding these requirements can be answered by calling Deputy Fire Marshal Adam Panos at (909)902-5280, extension 224, Omit# 6042 Section 2-1050 Project Name VILA BORBA • Building Address: .BUTTERFIELD RANCH/FINE . . City#: Type of Development: Residential County'#: Tract 4: TTM 15989 Applicant: MDS CONSULTING Address: 17320 REDHILL AVE, SUITE 350 City,State,Zip: IRVINE, CA. 92614 Phone#: (949)2514821 Design Engineer: Address: City,State,Zip: Phone#: Applicable Fire Protection Standards are: ' 101, 111, 122, 126, 130, 131 equired Fire Flow for this project is: G.P.M. @ 20 P.S.I.Residual Pressure, 2 Hour Duration. Page 1 of 4 .7 O,�;.. 345/623 December 15,2005 • • Permit# 6042 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 Uniform.Fire Code,2000 Edition,and the California Fire Code,2001 Edition(as adopted by the Chino Valley Independvut 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 Uniform Fire Code, Section 105 and the current Fire District Fee Schedule Ordinance. 1,0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO RECORDATION: .1 Fire access roads shall be designed and plans submitted to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Fire access roads shall be provided with an all weather surface and a minimum unobstructed paved width of 26 feet(26). _The road grade shall not exceed twelve percent(12%)maximum. An approved turn around shall be provided at the end of each roadway in excess of one hundred, fifty feet(150)in length. Cul-de- sac length shall not exceed 600'. Fire District Standard No 111 shall be,complied with. 1.3 The development and each phase shall have two(2)points of vehicular access. Fire District Standard No. 11.1 shall be complied with. • 1.4 Water systems shall be designed to meet the required fire flow of this development and be approved by the Fire Prevention Division. Buildings in,excess of 100,000 square feet shall have a minurnum of two(2) connections to apublic main. The developer shall furnish the Fire Prevention Division with three(3) copies of the water system working plans done by the installing contractor for approval, along with.the Fire Flow Availability Fonn completed by the the water purveyor prior to recordation, The required fire flow shall be determined by using the Uniform Fire Code, current adopted edition. In areas without water- serving utilities,fire protection water systems shall be based on NFPA Pamphlet 1231. Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102,and 103 shall be complied with. For water connections and work conducted in the public right of way,please refer to separate plans reviewed and approved by the water purveyor. 1.6 Fire hydrants shall be six inch (6")diameter with a minimum one four inch(4")and one two and one-half • inch(2-1/2")connections. The hydrant type shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Division. All fire hydrants shall be spaced three hundred feet(300')apart maximum, Single family resident hydrant spacing is six hundred feet(600)apart maximum. Private water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102,and 114. Alt hydrants shall be installed with pavement markers to identify their locations. • • Page 2 of 4 C 0005 346/623 December 15,2005 Permit:6042 1.7 This development shall comply with the Fire Safety Review Overlay Requirements. This development is located in Fire Review Area 1. 1.8 A fuel modification zone plan shall be required. Requirements will be site specific to the proposed project. The applicant shall submit the fuel modificaiton plan to the fire department for review and approval. Fire District Standard No. 130 shall be complied with. 2.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 2,I Fire access roark shall be constructed and approved by the Fire Prevention Division prior to combustibles being brought onto the site. 2.2 Approved street signs shall be installed prior to issuance of building permits. 2.3 Fire Protection water systems shall be tested,operational,and approved by the Fire Prevention Division. •.4 An approved fuel modification zone shall be constructed. Fire District Standard No, 130 shall be complied with, 2.5 All flammable vegetation shall be removed from each building site for a minimum distance of thirty feet (30)from any flammable building material including all structures. 2,7 The Developer shall submit a CAD-drawing of the streets in.dwg format to the Fire District with the building construction plans. Format must contain and be restricted to the following layers: A.Right of way; B.Parcel Lines; C. Street Names; D.Address numbers;E.Fire Hydrants 3.0 . THE I'T'EMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR. . TO OCCUPANCY: 3.2 An automatic life safety/property protection fire sprinkler system is required. The developer shall submit three (3)sets of detailed plans and hydraulic calculations to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Minimum water supply shall be a one inch(V)meter. The system shall be installed,tested and approved prior to occupancy. The system shall meet the standards of NFPA. 13D and Fire District Standard No.126. Dwellings in excess of 5,000 square feet shall be designed to 13R Standards. Calculation of the (4)four most remote heads is required. 3,10 Smoke detectors are required to be installed per Section 310.9 of the California Building Code,current adopted edition, • • Page 3 of 4 347/623 December 15, 2005 Permit:6042 3,16 Residential street addresses shall be posted with a minimum of four inch(4")numbers,visible from the street and during the.hours of darkness the numbers shall be electrically(12 volt power,source only) illuminated by internal means only. Posted numbers shall contrast with the background used and be legible from the street in accordance with the Uniform Fire Code,current adopted edition. Where building set back exceeds 100 feet from the roadway,additional non-illuminated four inch(4")numbers shall be displayed at the property access-entrance. These numbers shall also contrast with the background used. Fire District Standard No. 122 shall be complied with. 3.18 Every chimney used in conjunction with any fireplace or any heating appliance in which solid or liquid fuel is used shall be maintained with an approved spark arrestor,visible from the ground, as identified in the Uniform Fire Code, current adopted edition. Fire District Standard No. 131 shall be complied with. 4.0 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR THIS PROJECT ARE: 1.) A separate application and plans sha I be submitted for each of the following listed items to the Fire District for review, approval and permit. Approved plans must be maintained at the worksite during construction. Fees are due at the time of submittal. a.) Building construction. This submittal is concurrent with the application to the City's Building . Department for any building permits. The following information must be submitted along with-application to the Fire District: 1.) 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Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure ( Monitoring Completion ,�v � 9++. -t R � '•'�`" ;,Y,..r'-' Wig. - ,P�+.s.SL,�o,,'J,'�.w.. a'b_. .-j a "�"., � OitP y:aa. r'.>"�iy>"P'° 'r�pp,^,i9 '�Yi.. f''i'e:,:.'emsa '!�.a.; '° s-'rr. .`::7:'b�" "9.5:f., "' ir etrs r.-.4 W0 : ,i;} "9y.'.,. gyro 2. :, ,j a k.v nyv � Y +"�,' r• 7� Ka a,r�r.w+ ��.. ✓"w''-r ry; ., a= Q ;-7.. 'x"�,F1...> ,t, a > 3�n. ,,. r. . A .a" '.: hives .? a z a....rt, r, . _ :Y`.�.r a,c��rx �S ,n '�'' �...-� �5i; ��w� � � •U ��M., Prior to issuance of A 5.1-1 The finish grade elevation of the water reservoir pad proposed within Planning Area 1 shall be constructed below an Public Works Department t.. grading perntitfor the elevation of 800 feet water tank. Review landscape plans A 5.1-2 The water reservoir tank shall be screened from view from the East Fence Line Trail and ali prominent or exceptionally Public.Works Department prior to Issuance of prominent ridgeilnes by the installation of landscaping.Landscaped areas shall be planted with drought-tolerant native grading permit for the vegetation. water tank. Prior to issuance of A 5.1-3 Prior to the issuance of building permits,the project applicant shall demonstrate through the submittal of an electrical Public Works Department building permit. engineer's photometric survey to the City of Chino Hills that nighttime lighting spillover from the proposed project site would not exceed 0.2 foot-candles w€thin Chino Hills State Park. Prior to issuance of A 5.1-4 Prior to the issuance of building permits,the project applicant shall submit a street fighting plan for review and Public Works Department building permit. approval by the Director of the City of Chino Hills Department of Public Works.The plan shall include the amount, location,height and intensity of internal and Poop street lighting limited to the minimum necessary for public safety in order to maintain the hillside character of the community and reduce nighttime light and glare. Prior to issuance of A 5,1-5 Prior to the issuance of building permits for private park facilities and trails on the proposed project site,the project Community Services building permit. applicant shall submit a lighting plan for review and approval by the Director of Community Services for the City of Department Chino Hills.The plan shall include the amount,location,height and intensity,of infernal and loop street lighting limited to the minimum necessary for public safety in order to maintain thehillside character of the community and reduce nighttime light and glare, . The Planning Center Vila Borba Planned Community E1R Mitigation Monitoring Program Page 3-3 8 February 2006 City of Chino Hills 354/623 . ..................................... 3. Mitigation Monitoring Requirements 26.62 Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing t Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion -•:� � ;�Jx- w X' c- � -.yw. YI .�nsy; rriYL^.�"a r -, a' f las-e,�vsr`zF.�"`=;3cro 9'-� w.�-Ct;�r r,,,,�, --,m..r- .r...�vr^ycir;, sfe f �f • 9 IEAUI 1,'4 10:4":_ hly..d,ti e.�+�, !`' LCT ». i �' r'f•. ..y'L� �x!P�v3_ 'ro ...?fir l :.:Yd.}F, �s-Y it -. C'v.w"+W"+�j-.fi_ � ;:[�l� '�. ,. ;'. ^^a -�,'rirn:•+�•,� •.:�. ,.r^�u��:T �E 'S,t�s,�^� - .:�r,;,�Jr �s�Fi:G?h'"#'r•,},r�.,,lr�a:a�i::�rtr�!'��a � '':��'.'�.���'-.,r.rr.'-�'`,i .✓�y,:+�c:.r :�,k�..3��r.., f• �Xr.�.F�^'f t:"`�,"�'?-ts�' Y• Prior to Issuance of AQ 5.2-1 Prior to issuance of any grading permit,the project applicant shall include a note on ail grading pians,which requires Public Works Department grading permit. the construction contractor to implement the following measures during grading.These measures shall also be discussed at the pre-grade conference, Reduction of exhaust emissions: a. Heavy equipment shall be tuned up and maintained fn accordance with manufacturer's specifications, Equipment logs demonstrating proper maintenance shall be maintained at the site during construction activities. b. Heavy equipment shall not be allowed to remain idling for more than live minutes duration. c, Trucks shall not be allowed to remain idling for more Than two minutes duration. d. Electric power shall be used to the exclusion of gasoline or diesel generators and compressors whenever feasible. e. Construction activities shall minimize obstruction of through traffic lanes adjacent to the site and,if necessary,a flag-person shall be retained to maintain safety adjacentto existing roadways. Reduction of sail disturbance of I'M a. AU active areas shall be watered a minimum of three times daily(as opposed to twice used in the analysis). b. Vehicles shall be restricted to no more than 15 mph while traveling over any unpaved surfaces. c_ Application of solid stabilizers to inactive areas. d. Replace,ground cover in disturbed areas quickly. e. All stock piles should be covered with tarps. 1. Water all haul roads Three times daily. Prlorto issuance of ' AO 5.2-2 The project applicant shall be required toimplement traffic lane improvements and signalization as outlined in the Public Works Department certificate of occupancy traffic study,which will improve local traffic flow thereby reducing emissions created in the project area. for the tract In which the Improvement Is located. Show on street AD 5.2-3 To encourage tate use of mass transportation,the project applicant shall place bus stop shelters at any.bus stops Public Works Department improvement plans prior situated or to be situated along any site frontage routes. to recordation of the Final Map. The Alarmism('ntar k•Y 355/623 3. Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure 1j<lonitoring f Completion Show on street eet AQ 5.2-4 To encourage the use of localized commercial facilities and reduce the need for vehicle travel,the project applicant Public Works Department improvement plans prior shall include both bike lanes(where feasible)and bike paths between core development areas.Additionally,the project to recordation of the applicant shall provide sidewalks and walking paths to the proposed commercial areas as well as to the open space Final Map. areas to be retained. Prior to issuance of I AQ 5.2-5 The project applicant shall specify the installation of energy efficient lighting,air conditioning,water heaters,and Public Works Department building permits li appliances. .11y,.„.2.-,..„?.,.... ,„...,.„....,„..13 I:AUUE:AfY14:J ""�'�' ¢•�!sr y�.'e4. '�Sf.�„',zS .r'' 's�*I i°. _w.R'4Ff i-of.°" +r:. •fig'•: �,+, +�„•'r�! ' - ''''''% //N.. A?,"txb�i .''_?S✓9,\r'ye'5r,Z'f'r,=I.V. $"^ `J.'.?:1_ ,.,1,,A;1',1 �,i.. ,44.,19. :i.„'i9i-V. _,, ,e � ,ir J v "'x�.,5 .... +rv:,.a}isowi�'.�fft..w ,,-. r: jc,<t.'.Y. t ^},r H'!s�.'✓": Prior to issuance of '13 5.3-i The project applicant shall restore the 4.7 acres of Riversidean sage scrub that'would be removed during project Community Development certificate of occupancy construction on a 2:1 basis,which would result in planting of 9.40 acres of Riversidean sage scrub in a conservation Department in the tract where easement in accordance with the approved 1-1MMP for the project in addition to restoratlon,ppf 4,7.acres of Riversidean _ restoration is to occur. sage scrub,4.89 acres of Riversidean sage scrub and coast live oak woodland will be restored in a Riversidean sage scrub/coast live oak woodland restoration area. Prior to issuance of B 5.3-2 The project applicant shall restore the 3.19 acres of riparian habitat(including 1.89 acres of ACRE defined wetlands)to Community Development certificate of occupancy be removed during project construction with 9.57 acres of new replacement habitat.This new habitat will Include 4,68 Department in the tract where acres of wetlands and riparian habitat to be created in two separate areas on the project site(see Figure 5.3-6)and restoration is to occur. 4.89 acres of Riversidean sage scrub and coast live oak woodland to be located In Planning Area 1.This restoration Is in accordance with the approved HMMP for the project The Planning Center Vila Borba Planned Community EIR Mitigation Monitoring Program Page 3-5 i February 2006 City of Chino Hills 356/623 3. Mitigation .Z onitoring Requirements • Table 3-9 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion Prior to issuance of B 5.3-3: Prior to Issuance of grading permits,the project applicant shall assure avoidance(or minimization in consultation with California Department of Fish grading permits. USFWS and CDFG)of impacts to occupied least Bell's vireo habitat.Accordingly,the project applicant shalt undertake and Game/United States Fish annual surveys(commencing with the next breeding season following certification of this EIR)to determine presence and Wildlife Service/Chino or absence of least Beil's vireo(LBV)within identified occupied and potential LSV habitat in the development areas. Hills Community Such surveys shall be submitted to CDFG and USPHS,and landowner or subsequent project applicant shall review the Development Department surveys with those agencies if any significant changes occur in LBV presence or absence as documented by the surveys.Prior to grading for any project that would impact identified occupied or potential LBV habitat,the project applicant shall consult with CDFG and USFWS regarding any potential impacts to LBV of the proposed project by the grading plan in accordance with the provisions of the approved Habitat Mitigation and Monitoring Program(HMMP). Pursuantto such review,the project applicant shall,in accordance.with the HMMP,obtain from MEWS and CDFG a' determination regarding any long-term conservation value of LBV habitat and appropriate avoidance measures.Priorto the issuance of a grading permit,tire project applicant shall: 1)provide evidence to the City of Chino Bills Community Development Director that(a).all necessary permits or authorizations for impacts to LBVavo been obtained from the State Department of Fish and Game USFWS under the HMMP;or(b)that no such permits or authorizations are required,and 2)provide evidence to the City of Chino Hilts.Community Development Director that theproject and the. LBV avoidance measures have been coordinated with USFWS.and MFG.Priorto issuance of a grading permit for,any area containing occupied LRV habitat,detailed avoidance measures.shall be developed in coordination with USFWS and CDFG and in accordance with the HMMP,and such measures shall,at a minimum,addressthe following items: a. Fencing. When construction activity occurs in the vicinity of LBV habitat to be preserved,such habitat shall be fenced prior to commencement of construction,and all construction personnel shall strictly limit their activities and vehicles to assure that the fenced areas are not disturbed. Staging and storage areas shall be at least 150 feet away from all such fenced habitat.A contractor education program shall be prepared and implemented to apprise all construction personnel working in the vicinity of protected habitat of The occurrence of sensitive species in the area,the sensitivity of the species to human activities,the legal protection afforded to these species,and the penalties for violations of these legal protections,and time roles and authority of monitoring biologists. b. Biological Monitor:A biological monitor shall be on-site,to monitor construction activities adjacent to LBV habitat and buffer areas to be preserved to assure Matte habitat is preserved,and all minimization measures are followed.The.biological monitor shall have the authority to temporarily halt activities that are disturbing the listed species and to Implement minimization measures specified in the avoidance program, The Planning Center Vila Barba Planned Community PIR Mitigation Monitoring Program Page 3-6 o Pebrvtary 2006 f • Citvv riChim, P711,al .� , _ 357/623 3. Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion c. Construction Noise,Removal of occupied LBV habitat shall occur outside of the breeding season(March 15 to Sept.15).if construction will occur adjacent to occupied LBV habitat during the breeding season, surveys shall be conducted prior to construction activity occurring within 500 feet of occupied LBV habitat to determine the location of any nesting LBV.Budng constriction,no activity will occur within 500 feet of active nesting territories of LBV,unless measures are implemented to minimize noise and other disturbance to those adjacent birds.These measures shall Include sound wails and/or other measures that assure that sound levels reaching vireo nesting areas do not exceed 60 dBA,taking into account however the noise levels preceding construction activity at the nesting location which may be high due to proximity of nesting sites to Portola. d. Shield Lighting.To reduce the potential of indirect impacts to conserved LBV habitat,public lighting installed in conjunction with proposed development in proximity to the conserved habitat shall be shielded so that the light is directed away from the conserved habitat. e. Discourage Human Entry.Post-constriction signage,fencing,vegetative barriers or other effective measures shalt be taken to discourage human entry associated with project development into conserved LBV habitat areas located adjacent to habitat areas in parks,or community areas where human activity is planned. f. Cowbird Control If significant areas of turf are to be.Installed as a part of propos development in proximity to the conserved LBV habitat,post-construction cowbird control measures shall be implemented for at least 5 years.After the five year monitoring period,a biologist shall evaluate the potential for long- term threat and determine If continued post-construction monitoring Is necessary. g. ResidentlRecreational User Education.A post-construction education program shall be developed to advise residents Vying In proximity to conserved LBV habitat of the potential impacts to listed species from human activities and the potential penalties for taking such species.The program shall include,but not be limited to,information pamphlets and education displays at commercial or recreation centers.Pamphlets shall be distributed to all residences in areas adjacent to conserved LBV habitat.At a minimum,the program shalt include the following topics; occurrence of the fisted and sensitive species in the area,their general ecology,sensitivity of the species to human activities,Impacts from free-roaming pets(particularly • domestic and feral cats),legal protection afforded these species,penalties for violation of the Federal and State laws,report requirements,and project features designed to reduce impacts to these species. The Planning Center Vila Bctba Planned Community.PIR Mitigation Monitoring Program kt. Page 3-7 a Peh wary 2006 City of Chino Hills 358/623 3. Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion On-going during- B 53-4 In addition to the avoidance of construction activities during the.feast Bell's vireo nesting season March 15 and Community Development construction. September 15,construction activities shall avoid the remainder of the bird nesting season,approximately February Department through August,to avoid violations of the.Migratory Bird Treaty Act and related provis€ons of the California Fish and same Code.Thus,portions of project area where construction is scheduled to begin between February 1 and September 15 shall be grubbed and graded prior to January 31 to remove potential nesting habitat for birds. Alternatively,if grubbing and grading activities cannot avoid the bird breeding season,a qualified ornithologist shall survey the construction zone.The ornithological survey may require two to four days to complete,depending upon the extent of the project area scheduled for near-future grubbing,grading or other construction activities.The survey shall occur not more than one week priorto the initiation of those construction activities to minimize the potential that bird nests are not initiated after the survey and prior to construction.If the ornithologist detects any occupied nests of native birds within the construction zone,area(s)supporting bird nests shall be flagged and fenced,providing a minimum buffer of 100 feet between the nest and limits of construction.The construction crew shall be instructed to avoid any activities in this zone until the bird nest(s)is/are no longer occupied,per a subsequent survey by the ornithologist Priorto Issuance of B 5.3-5 Priorto issuance of building permits,the project applicant shall submit,and the Director of Community Development Community Development building permits. shall have approved,a wildiand interface brochure to educate homeowners of the responsibilities associated with living Department at the wild land Interface.The approved Midland interface brochure,along with ifs attachments,shalt be included as part of the rental/lease agreements and as part of the sales literature for the project.The brochure shall address relevant Issues,including the role of natural predators in the wildiands and how to minimie impacts of humans and domestic pets on native communities and their inhabitants. include in the CC&Rs B 5.3-6 Per the Terms and Conditions speciitied In the USS Biological Opinion(USFWS 2401a)as amended,all dedicated Community Development prior to issuance of lands including the wildlife corridor shall not be used for any purpose that would change or otherwise interfere with Department certificate of occupancy. their value as wildlife habitat or a wildlife corridor.The project applicant shall not 1)erect any permanent or temporary structure in habitat;2)allow these areas to be lighted without the expressed consent of ACOE and USFWS;or 3)enable orfacilitate the Ingress of domestic animals,exotic animals or non-native plants into corridor areas. Prior to Issuance of B 5.3-7 The project applicant shall comply with the approved HMIVIP which requires the planting of over 150 Coast Live Oaks Community Development certificate of occupancy and Western Sycamores and over 950 Willows.In addition,the project applicant shall comply with the.provisions of Department the tree permit to be issued by the City of Chino Hills,which will specify planting locations,site preparation,planting • methods,maintenance,monitoring and reporting. I The Plunninrr Center - 359/623 r x, a[ . ,.. i f s4. a t �`� g _ ,� .:, - ��F 7,off: „� .,�i ,. 3. Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible far Timing ., Mitig_a...tion Measure easure Mon .i.torrrin-g .1:. Com ple7.`rtion r . �AR4VfP��� ae ,VA - Prior to issuance of CR 5.4-i Norte issuance of grading permits,a cultural resources mitigation monitoring and treatment plan will be prepared by Community Development grading permits. the project applicant and submitted to the Director of Community Development for review and approval.Theplan will Department include additional background research to determine whether Criterion A or B is pertinent in addition,this research will permit interpretation of subsurface resources encountered.Theplan will detail monitoring of all devegetation activities, demolition and grading to a depth of five feet to achieve observation of subsurface resources.The pian will establish criteria for testing and data recovery of potentially significant subsurface resources discovered during monitoring.The treatment plan and the final report will be submitted to the South Central Coast Information Center(SCClC),and other agencies,as appropriate.Any archaeological or historical artifacts recovered as a result of mitigation shall be donated to a qualified scientific institution approved by the Director of Community Development where they would be afforded long term preservation to allow future scientific study: Prior to issuance of CR 5.4.2 Priorto issuance of grading permits,a cultural resources mitigation monitoring and treatment plan will be prepared by Community Development grading permits. the project applicant and submitted to the Director of Community Development for review and approval.The plan will Department detail monitoring of all devegetation activities,demolition and grading to a depth of five feet toachieve observation of subsurface resources.The plan will establish criteria for testing and data recovery of potentially significant subsurface resources discovered during monitoring.The plan will include presence of a Native American monitorduring work on the prehistoric site.The treatment plan and the final report will be submitted to the South Centrai Coast information Center(SCCIC),and other agencies,as appropriate.Any archaeological artifacts recovered as a result of mitigation shall be donated to a qualified scientific institution approved by the Director of Community Development where they would be afforded long term preservation to allow future scientific study. • Prior to issuance of CR 5.4-3 Priorto issuance of grading permits,a cultural resources mitigation monitoring and treatment plan will heprepared by Community Development grading permits. the project applicant and submitted to the Director of Community Development for review and approval.The plan will Department include a sensitivity map showing areas to be.monitored for paleontologic resources.in those areas,theplan will call for monitoring of all devegetation activities,demoiition and grading to achieve observation of subsurface resources. The plan will establish criteria for evaluation and recovery of potentially significant fossil resources discovered during monitoring.The treatment plan and final report should accompany recovered fossils to the designated repository.Any fossils recovered as a result of mitigation shall be donated to a qualified scientific Institution approved by the Director of Community Development where they would be afforded long term preservation to ailow future scientific study. • • The Planning Center Vila Borba Planned Community RIR Mitigation Monitoring-Program Page 3-9 0 February 2006 City of Chino Hills 360/623 3, Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion t...R A...I�....dyS-{fi..,_tti«-..,., 40. :s_...-„Ra_.a...,�5-ct.....s........,�X..,-„qwfvFr- � a:Sh 9 - �� �.ff.R4';-XG,,�` ��;•-kXs,_sri_ �n1rr;+3,.+. On-going during HM 5.6-1 The possibility that buried,concealed or hidden tanks,both below and above ground,may have existed or do exist Community Development construction. shall be considered during project feasibility planning.if any such tanksare encountered during any Implementation Department phase of the proposed project,they shall be removed and disposed in accordance with health department guidelines. On-going during NM 5.6-2 If significant amounts of manure are encountered on-site during earthwork,the project geotechnical engineer shall be Community Development construction. consulted regarding removal of the material. Department Prior to the issuance of HM 5.6-3 Priorto the issuance of building permits,.all exposed or burled trash,debris and waste materials,and the existing Community.Development building permits. above ground storage tank,shall be disposed of off-site In accordance with current local,State and Federal disposal Department regulations. • On-going during HM 5.6-4 Any materials containing petroleum residues that may be encountered during property improvements shall be Community Development construction. evaluated prior to removal and disposed in accordance with current local,State and Federal disposal regulations. Department Prior to The Issuance of NM 5.6-5 Prior to The issuance of building permits,any abandoned wells located in areas proposed for development shall be Community Development ' building permits. properly abandoned following State of California protocol,and evvidence of proper abandonment shall be submitted to Department the Community Development Department. Prior to the issuance of NM 5.6-6 Prior to the issuance of building permits,any buried septic systems encountered during construction of the-proposed Community Development building permits. protect shall be properly removed or abandoned following health department guidelines.Evidence of proper removal or Department abandonment shall be submitted to the Community Development Department. Prior to the issuance of NM 5.6-7 Priorto issuance of building permits,the project proponents ll submit u_ modification —_ C_ shall submit a foal mfiprogram to the Chino Chino Valley Independent building permits. Valley Independent Fire District that complies with the District's Fuel Modification Guidelines.The project proponent Fire District/Community shalt provide evidence to the Community Development Department that the fuel modification program has been Development Department reviewed and approved by the Fire District Priorto the approval of NM 5.6-8 Priorto the approval of final development plans,the project proponent shall implement a Vegetation Management Plan Community Development final development plans. that specifies measures ensuring proper vegetation modification on an ongoing basis on the proposed project site.The Department provisions of the Vegetation Management Plan shall be incorporated into the CC&Rs for the proposed project. final development pians. Modification Zones comprised of local,native.plants as approved by fire agencies such as the California Di Community Development Prior to thea approval of HM 5.6-S Priorto the approval of final development plans,the project proponent shall develop a plant palette fo p� PP Department of Department Forestry and Fire Protection.The plant palette shall avoid including invasive exotic plants as identified by the California Exotic Pest Plant council(www.caleppc.org).The plant palette shall be identified In the fuel modification program prescribed in Mitigation Measure 5.3-8. The Planning Center Vila Barba Planned Community EIR Mitigation Monitoring Program - —- 361/623 a — - — . -,'- n:,�»., 141111W ,. tet... -. y ,:--•—�,i34 Fs51tl�s Y. {��rs'*, R:rr 3, Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion Prior to the approval of HM 5.6-10Prior to the approval of final developmenf plans,the project applicant shall develop and submit to the Chino Valley Chino Valley Independent final development plans, independent Fire District for approval evacuation plans for all areas of the proposed project site that are proximate to Fire District natural areas. • ikd la 1"f3 5^ • . P A F _-y ,ear a6ri." r�1 �x a`Mxwory in :5^ �ar<,10- a2� t•et "+ W Et3.„t,„,,-, Prior to the issuance of I-JIWQ 5.7-1 A detention basin shall`be constructed and designed to meet or exceed structural requirements for a 100-year storm Public Works Department building permits in the event for storage volume and outflow capacity,to contain and slowly discharge runoff over a prescribed period of time. tract where the The detention basin shall be designed to address stormwater quantity and quality impacts of The proposed Improvement is located- development.The detention basin shall be constructed.with a minimum freeboard of two feet.Per the maintenance requirements,sediment removal shall take place when the basin Is thoroughly dry.Disposal of debris,trash,sediment, and other waste material shall be done at suitable disposaVrecycling sites and in compliance with all applicable focal, state,and federal waste regulations.Design requirements for the detention basin shall be approved by the City of Chino Hills City Engineer prior to project implementation. rao ^�. - "�b �[^-, -.R...Z7� �'�. `N°?'"6��;: .," :;F.�`'^1T°''y=4.��aC�" "� r'����� a*+��'� ��t":`���'�'3�'�s��C'f`�`f"t.+.r.'yi!�.x•,�57.K .;.��,SA�'�fTw��stn"�� ti'��:��'£i has,. ,u�s!-� _ �i(i� � �.: ti:s�z���� � f..�•�� � .....- �+ �nX'���'�i .w o.�...�x,.�^„ . � 'i��'�•�.r � .,...,. rs`+t�� Prior to the Issuance of N 5.9-1 This subdivision includes lots or parcels that may be subject to noise impacts.Prior to the issuance of building permits Community Development building permits. for each structure other than a parking structure on such lots or parcels,the applicant shall submit a final acoustical Department report prepared to the satisfaction of the Director of Community Development The report shall show that the development will be sound attenuated against present and projected noise levels,including roadway,aircraft helicopter and railroad,to meet City interior and exterior noise standards.In order to demonstrate that all mitigation measures have been incorporated into the project,the report shalt be accompanied by a list identifying the sheet(s)of the building plans that include the approved mitigation measures.Where practical,proposed residential units along perimeter roadways shall be placed no closer than those distances outlined in Table 5.9-6 for the 60 dBA CNEL(that includes cumulative impacts). Prior to Issuance of N 5.9-2 Where minimum distances are not feasible,property-specific sound wails or berms shall be erected to protect any Community Development building permits- exterior living areas(i.e.,side or back yards)to an exterior level of no more than 60 dBA CNEL.The noise wall/berm Department shall be of sufficient height to interrupt the line-of-sight noise propagation from the roadway to the exterior living area. The ultimate size and placement of these walls/berms will vary with the actual placement of the perimeter structures as well as surrounding topography and must be evaluated on a case-by-case basis when final structure placement is determined. The Planning Censer Vila Borba Planned Community EIR Mitigation Monitoring Program Page 3-II oFebrteary 2006 City of Chino Hills • 362/623 3. Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing !Vllllgallon Measure Monitoring Completion Prior to Issuance of N 5.9-3 If exterior living area noise levels cannot be reduced to 60 dBA CNEL,additional structural mitigation such as sound- Community Development certificate of occupancy. rated window,additional insulation,forced air ventilation,etc.,shall be required such that interior levels do not exceed Department 45 dBA CNEL.However,In no case shall residents be exposed to exterior living area noise in excess of 65 dBA CNEL. equipment hours . .. i. On-going during N 5.9-4 Construction shall be restricted to between the hours specified In the City Code.These days and hours shall also apply Community Development construction. any servicingof a ur ment and to the deliveryof materials to or from the site, Department On-going during N 5.9-5 All construction equipment shall be properly maintained and tuned to minimize noise emissions. Community Development construction. Department On-going during N 5.9-6 Ail equipment shall be fitted with properly operating mufflers,air Intake silencers,and engine shrouds no less effective Community Development construction than as originally equipped. Department On-going during N 5.9-7 All stationary noise sources(e.g.,generators and compressors)shall be,located as far from residential receptor, Community Development construction, receptors as is feasible. Department On-going during N 5.9-8 The construction contractor shall provide an on-site name and telephone number of a contact person. Community Development construction. Department On-going during N 5.9-9 Construction shall be subjectto any and ail provisions set forth by the City of Chino Hills Community Development Community Development construction. Department. "Department , o' � ^Ag.. sf ,.. I �M rt.._igit .r' , -r. -.r . fin ,. NI ?..;� wgn � ;V_s..;SroY ' ik,.Vi ..,.iM �-.4• m..n.r.. r ? •�-_ .:,,,c..axyd .....h',.4,--157,--tty•.R• �q ,e.> ...fu.F:.it4'rS�d..r.t,,,,44 .4.w:�trfr: is;�<r � �a1wu,$ .r .,,6bai�. F.*� � zk ,� �' r? ,.:.cBwr.,r-r�'r�75�G ;. .4!r : ur'^5i: Lr " yt .. Prior to the issuance of PS 5.10-1 Priorto issuance of building permits,the project applicant shall demonstrate compliance with all City of Chino Hills Fire Chino Valley Independent building permits. } Safety Overlay District(FR-1)requirements. Fire District . Prior to the issuance of PS 5.10-2 The project applicant shall pay additional fees of$890 per Tentative Tract Map to be submitted to the Fire District with Chino Valley Independent building permits. the application. . Fire District .JT�A�E �A�[� LAEO� %� i riy. r ��er ;:zr" r �Y �':4 t5 k ;,✓r : " rM , emri SV„ra1rJ`A s. Z -'.;4;;"... . r:..o-. ,1,." '-VIu. �. �.':". -kX;w4:1,;?�.ZZ-:��.�: ;k;ri=.�... --.; n. �. :�:r .,y�n.::p _. , k. fi.,_ ��,..,. '2..,. ?,=,>n_ . ,_S. y . , Priorto Issuance of T 5.12-1 Construct Avenida de Portugal(EW)between Butterfield Ranch Road and Avenida de Portugal(NS)to its ultimate Public Works Department certificate of occupancy width as a 40-foot Public Collector Street in conjunction with development. - in the tract in which the Improvements are to be constructed. TAP PJ n?,a Inns>fnv • * 363/623 1 T 1 1 3. Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion Prior to issuance of T 5.12-2 Construct Avenida de Portugal North between Butterfield Ranch Road and Street"L"to its ultimate width as a 40-foot Public Works Department certificate of occupancy Public Collector Street in conjunction with development. In the tract in which the Improvements are to be constructed. Prior to issuance of T 5.12-3 ConstructAvenida de Portugal between Butterfield Ranch Road and Street"L"to Its ultimate width as a 40-foot Public Public Works Department certificate of occupancy Collector Street in conjunction with development. in the tract in which the improvements are to be constructed. • Prlorto Issuance of T 5.12-4 Construct Street"L"between Avenida de.Portugal North and Avenida de Portugal to its ultimate width as a 40-foot Public Works Department certificate of occupancy Public Collector Street in conjunction with development. In the tract in which the improvements are to be constructed. Prior to Issuance of T5.12-5 Construct a median opening on Butterfield Ranch Road at Avenida de Portugal in conjunction with development. Public Works Department certificate of occupancy in the tract in which the improvements are to be constructed. Prior to issuance of T 5.12-5 Construct a median opening on Butterfield Ranch Road at Avenida de Portugal South that allows left turns into the Public Works Department certificate of occupancy project but limits egress to right turns only,in conjunction with development in the tract in which the Improvements are to be constructed. Priorto issuance of T 6.12-7 Construct a traffic signal atthe intersection of Butterfield Ranch Road and Avenida do Portugal. Public Works Department certificate of occupancy in the tract in which the improvements are to be constructed. - Prior to issuance of T 5.12-8 Provide one-way stop control on Street"L"at Avenida de Portugal North. Public Works Department certificate of occupancy In the tract in which the Improvements are to be constructed. The Planning Center Vila Borba Planned Community BIR Mitigation Monitoring Program Page 3-13 o February 2006 City of Chino Hills 364/623 3. Mitigation Monitoring Requirements Table&1 Responsible for Timing • Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion Prior to issuance of T 5.12-9 Provide one-way stop control on Street"L"at Avenida de Portugal. Pubiic Works Department certificate of occupancy in the tract in which the Improvements are to be constructed. Prior to Issuance of T 5.12-10 Provide one-way stop control on Avenida de Portugal(EW)where It"Ts"Into Avenida de Portugal(NS). Public Works Department certificate of occupancy in the tract in which the improvements are to be constructed. Prior to Issuance of T5.12-11 Provide a two-way stop control on Avenida de Portugal at Avenida de Portugal South. Public Works Department certificate of occupancy in the tract in which the improvements are to be constructed. • Prior to issuance of T 5.12-12 Provide adequate sight distance at the project access points to meet the minimum City of Chino Hills/Caltrans Public Works Department certificate of occupancy requirements. in the tract in which the improvements are to be constructed. Prior to issuance of T 5.12-13 Provide one-way stop controls on all project access points except Avenida de Portugal. Public Works Department certificate of occupancy in the tract in which the improvements are to be constructed. Prior to approval of T 5.12-14 To reduce the possibility that drivers may be prone to speed on the long segments of Avenida de Portugal North, Public Works Department street improvement Avenida de Portugal and Avenida de Portugal South,which are uninterrupted by traffic controls,the following traffic plans. calming measures,subject to City of Chino Hills approval,shall be incorporated into the final design of These streets: Chokers shall be added to reduce the roadway width,resulting in the natural motorist reaction of stowing down to negotiate the narrower lane.Chokers are illustrated on Figures 5.12-37 through 5.12-40. Prlorto the Issuance of T 5.12-15 Prior to the issuance of building permits,the project applicant shall submit an emergency access plan to the San Public Works Department building permits. Bernardino County Fire Department for review and approval.This plan shall Identify alternate routes for emergency access during construction activities,and shall demonstrate that fire protection facilities and emergency vehicle access to and through the project site would be adequate during all phases of the proposed project. rr•r �+ ^' The Planning Center 365/623 .,....,,�..- ... ........ .... _ tom" - _ - - lour. -...�®i_ puna-ser, � 3, A/litigation Monitoring Requirements • Table 3-1 Responsible for Timing Mitigation Measure Monitoring Completion On-going during T 5.12-16 Sufficient accessibility for fire-ffghting equipment shall be provided during all phases of construction and subsequent Public Works Department construction and post- operation of the proposed project construction. i...�.,.:,..'�r:..'..}L,...�...,wJ...�...4�..�.-✓..vp-.,f��Sn..,•.•�,:��J�1.,�r � ..,:JK.iJ"rt s�.,;. s'..,:;: �.:g7,' r��..i.....:w,u i..,.mif,-' �j,q4 ,r �f'x_,.� ' r.�1yf',4✓-'�f'esz •,-.-S.C4F,.a.����,-vim.'moi r.J'; ,,MyrA¢: t l wr `�� ,..... .,..�,r.•.:_r r-�-•...ems. +c' .;.�:c,.�. .:� ,,..._. .__..r_:.'ai..a �.� .....,.-. -...,,. Prior to the issuance of U 5.13-1 Prior to the issuance of building permits,the project applicant shall show on the site the location of receptacle(s)to Community Development building permits. accumulate construction-generated solid waste far recycling purposes. Department Prior to the issuance of U 5.13-2 Prior to the issuance of building permits,the project applicant shall submit a post-construction recycling program for Community Development building permits, the proposed project site to the Director of the City of Chino Hills Community Development Department for approval. Department The plan shall specify how residential and commercial recycling would be encouraged and facilitated on the proposed project site, Prior to issuance of U 5.13-3 Prior to issuance of certificate of occupancy,the project applicant and/or Southern California Edison shall construct Community Development certificate of occupancy. proposed overhead utility distribution lines in conformance with applicable City standards. Department • The Planning Center Vila Botha Planned Community BIR Mitigation Monitoring Program Page 3-15 ®February 2006 City of Chino Hills 366/623 GENERAL INFORMATION IrIC41-.4clion' .., ..- a...Z.7. :i. . -"..:L',- -•''../:?.' 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'r 7,--21:f.2:: :::-.7aa?-1:::::::•:=:=-- -44,fv,' ' TENTATIVE TRACT No. 16413 CITY OF CHINO HILLS,COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO,STATE OF CALIFORNIA rn X ._....... ...._..... ........„. __ „.......____.. __ ___.......... = & L=1; C) 367/623 . . . . . .... . ._ .. _ . . COUNCIL, AGENDA STAFF REPORT CITY CLERK Meeting Dale: April 25, 220006 ; '� Y F '.' Public Hearing: Ei 2006 APR 18 AM Discussion Item: 0 ��' 3� I cmoscxwcnius Consent Item: ❑ is> CLERK CHINO HILLS APRIL 18, 2006 TO: .THE HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report (EIR) (SCH #2004081134), General Plan Amendment 03GPA01; Zone Change 03ZCO2; Development Code Amendment 03DCA01;Tentative Tract Maps (TIM) 15989; 16413; 16338; 16414. 6 RECOMMENDATION That the City Council adopt: 1) A Resolution entitled: An Environmental Impact Report (SCH #2004081134) and a Statement of Overriding considerations; 2) A Resolution entitled: "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT 03GPA01, TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO.'S (TTM) 15989; 16413; 16338; 16414"; and, 3) An Ordinance entitled: "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA ADOPTING ZONE CHANGE 03ZCO2 ." Based on the findings of facts as listed in the attached Resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The applicant, Parentex Enterprises, proposes to develop a multi-tract community known as Vila Borba, which would consist of 631 single family homes on 336 acres with a significant portion of the project as dedicated Open Space. See Exhibit "A". The site is located west of the Chino Valley Freeway (SR#71), east and west of Butterfield Ranch Road, south of Pine Avenue and north of the Hunter's Hill development (see the OG000I r1 , 368/623 Agenda Date:April 25, 2006 Page:2 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01,Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16414 vicinity map) and is described as Assessors Parcel Numbers: 1033-071-08, 09 & 1033- 081-14 through —20. With a Development Code Amendment and Zone Change, the applicant proposes lots that would average over 8,000 square feet in size, with a minimum lot size of 7,200 square feet. The overall density of the project is 1.9 dwelling units (du) per acre, These lots are anticipated to accommodate homes that range from 3,600 square feet to 4,500 square feet in size although no residential product is being proposed at this time. Development is proposed to occur in four locations: 1) Tract 15989 (183 single family (sf) lots) is located on the west side of Butterfield Ranch Road; 2) Tract 16413 (19 sf lots), is also located on the west side of Butterfield Ranch Road, south of Tract 15989; 3) Tract 16338 (149 sf lots) is the only singleamily detached subdivision on the east side of Butterfield Ranch Road; and, 4) Tract 16414 (a maximum of 280 multi-family, attached dwelling units as well as five acres of commercial) is also located on the east side of Butterfield Ranch Road, and will be directly south of, and adjacent to, the Chino Hills Corporate Park on Pine Avenue. There are approximately 155 acres of natural Open Space within the property boundaries, and an additional 62 acres of open space including multi-purpose trails, manufactured slopes, parks, paseos and two proposed wetland areas for a total of approximately 218 acres of open space (See Exhibits "A"). Access is provided via Butterfield Ranch Road, a six-lane arterial. The applicant proposes to construct Avenida de Portugal as a public collector road within the project site from Butterfield Ranch Road up to the proposed entry into the multi-family home site. The road will then become privately maintained and continue through Tract 16338 and re-connect to Butterfield Ranch Road, The Plannina Commission, The Planning Commission discussed the project and modified several conditions of approval to clarify intent, and to amend the timing of the signal installation at Butterfield Ranch Road and the new Avenida de Portugal. The Commission voted 5 to 0 in favor of recommending approval of the project to the City Council. SITE DESCRIPTION, Project Area: 1336 Acres Lot Sizes: 17,200 sq. ft. minimum _8,500 sq, ft. average. Land Use I Vacant, undeveloped, cattle grazing General Plan Agriculture/Ranches. Low Density residential, Medium Density Residential, Commercial, Open Space. Zoning RS -- Low Density Residential, RM1 -, Medium Density Residential, CG — General Commercial, OS-- Open space. Sewer Service: I City of Chino Hills I Water Service: I City of Chino Hills c0(\vr d 369/623 t , AgendaDate.April 25,2006 ":SUBJECT:. Environmental Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01,Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16414 LOCATION GEN LA PLAN ZONING EXISTING USES ND USE Site Agriculture/Ranches RS-Low Density Res. Vacant, Low Density Res. RM-1 -Medium Density Res. Undeveloped,cattle CO-General Commercial grazing OS-Open Space North ] Low Density Res. I Planned Development PD-57-.171 1 Single family Commercial (Low Density Residential) detached housing South Agriculture/Ranches Planned Development PD-57-171 Single family Low Density Res. (Low Density Residential) detached housing, Cattle grazing East Chino Valley State Property, Freeway&Open Freeway—SR #71 PD 57-171 (Open Space) Space West Chino Hills St. Park Agriculture/Ranches, State Park,vacant, Agriculture/Ranches State Property undeveloped,cattle grazing BACKGROUND The project site was initially considered by the County of San Bernardino and identified through the Chino Hills Specific Plan. The property was planned to include a mix of :ems single-family and multi-family residential uses, a commercial area as well as a :.� 9 Y Y significant portion remaining as open space. At that time, the property was allocated a maximum unit yield of 835 units. In 1996, the owner proposed two tentative tract (TT) maps. One map, TT15696 was for a single family detached project which covered a portion of the site, while the other map, TT15710, was for conveyance purposes and covered the entire site. At that time staff required the applicant to identify specific land use designations for the property to help anticipate future development scenarios A final map was never submitted for Tentative Tract Map 15696, therefore the map was never recorded and subsequently expired. During the interim, the applicant began processing applications for the entire 336 acres through various regulatory agencies including Fish & Game, the Fish and Wildlife Service and the Army Corp. of Engineers. PROPOSAL To prepare four new Tentative Tract Maps for the 336.02-acre property, consisting of: TIM 15989 which contains 118.52 acres and proposes 183 Single-family homes, 5+ acres of public park, a water reservoir that will supply the project as well as other areas of the City; TIM 16413 which contains 107,37 acres and proposes 19 Single-family homes and natural open space; TTM 16338 which contains 86.40 acres and proposes 149 Single-family homes; TIM 16414 which contains 23.74 acres and proposes a maximum of 280 attached dwelling units, and five (5) acres of commercial. TTMs 14. ... 15989, 16413 and 16338 are consistent with existing City General Plan and Zoning designations for the property. TIM 16414 proposes a General Plan Amendment and a rezoning for portions of the existing commercial land to a high-density multi-family zone (RM-2), which allows a density of up to 25 DU/AC. This proposed change would be 000003 370/623 Agenda Date April 25,2006 Page 4 SUBJECT Environmental impact Report,General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 030CA01, and Tentative Tract Map loo's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and r 1644 accomplished by transferring permitted residential densities from TTMs 15989, 16413 and 16338 to TTM 16414. There is also a concurrent rezoning of the RM-1, medium density residential to OS, Open Space. The proposed project would permit a maximum of 631 dwelling units and 5 acres of commercial land, The project also includes a Development Code Amendment to refine the delineation of the Prominent Ridgelines within the property boundaries. Also included are extensive natural open space areas including multi-purpose trails. ANALYSIS. General Plan Amendment/ Zone Chane The request for a General Plan Amendment and Zone Change is for a portion of Planning Area 4, 10 of the 15 acres of the existing commercial land, to a high-density multi-family zone (RM-2), which allows a density of up to 25 DU/AC. This proposed change would be accomplished by transferring permitted residential densities from TTMs 15989, 16413 and 16338 to TTM 16414. As a result, a portion of the property in Planning Area 3 would be converted to Open Space from RM-1 (Medium Density), (See Exhibits "B thru D"). Development Code Amendment The applicant is requesting an amendment to the Development Code, specifically Chapter 16.08, Figure 15-1 (Ridgelines). There are four Prominent Ridgelines currently shown within the project. The amendment would modify the termination point of two of those ridgelines, and will be discussed in greater detail later in this report. Project Description The applicant, Parentex Enterprises, proposes to develop "Vila Borba" which would consist of 631 single family homes on 336 acres (See Exhibit "A"). The project is proposed in four Planning Areas (PA), utilizing four tract maps. Table 1 illustrates the development scenario. Table 1 PLANNING TRACT NO. UNIT QTY. ACREAGE OPEN SPACE AREA 1 1 15989 183 1 118.52 35.48 2 f 16413 19 I 107.37 1 96.45 3 I 16338 149 86.40 23.53 4 16414 280 23.74 I 0.00 {1{ I TOTAL I 631 I 336.03 , 155.46 280 dwelling units is the maximum yield allowed for PA 4. 000004 371/623 Agenda Date:April 25,2006 ` Page: 5 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report,General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, A, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16414 '`- Tentative Tract 15989 Tentative Tract 15989 is within PA 1. It is located on the west side of Butterfield Ranch Road, south of and adjacent to the Pinehurst West residential development, east of the Chino Hills State Park and north of a 255' wide Edison easement. The tract contains 183 residential lots with the minimum lot size being 7,200 sq. ft, and the average lot size for this tract being approximately 8,600 sq. ft.. A five acre public park and a smaller pocket park with paseo are included within this tract, along with a small wet-lands mitigation area. It also provides a recycled water reservoir site. Tentative Tract 16413 Located west of and immediately adjacent to Butterfield Ranch Road, this residential tract is a minor portion of PA 2, with the majority (87.51 acres) remaining outside the actual tract boundary as Open Space. There are an additional 8.94 acres of Open Space within the tract which equates to a total of 96,45 acres of Open Space for PA2. The tract is proposed to provide 19 single family lots with a minimum lot size of 7,670 sq, ft. with the average lot being approximately 9,900 sq. ft. Tentative Tract 16338 Tract 16338, for 149 lots, is in PA 3 and is the only single family detached project on the east side of Butterfield Ranch Road. It is approximately 86 acres and located directly north of, and adjacent to, the Hunter's Hill development, west of the Chino Valley Freeway and south of the 255' Edison easement. This map includes the relocation of one of the Edison lines and easements. The tract provides a minimum lot size of 7,200 sq. ft, and an average of almost 8,800 sq. ft. This tract also includes a portion of the multi-purpose trail and the trail staging area, In addition, a large wet-lands mitigation area is included. Tentative Tract 16414 This tract, located in PA 4, includes the multi-family and commercial portion of the project. It is also located on the east side of Butterfield Ranch Road, south of the adjacent Pine Corporate Center, west of the Chino Valley Freeway and north of the proposed new road (Avenida de Portugal) and PA 3. The tract contains 23,74 acres and is proposed to support five (5) acres of commercial and approximately 16 acres of multi-family property with a maximum yield of 280 dwelling units. The proposal includes a reduction in commercial acreage, from approximately 15 to 5 acres, primarily due to the location. In addition, the multi-family designation will be shifted to the north, across Avenida de Portugal, due to the instability of the land in the current location. All proposed maps meet the minimum development standards required by the City relative to lot size and dimensions. 000005 __..__......__. . 372/623 5 f Agenda Date:April 25,2006 Page:6 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report,General Plan Amendment 03GPA01,Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01,and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and Vl* 16414 t ; The Commercial and multi-family portions of the project will be subject to site plan • review at a future date. A single Homeowner's Association will be formed to oversee the maintenance of open space, common areas (i.e., landscape), lighting, private street area, etc. for tracts 15898, 16413 and 16338. Tract 16414 will have a separate property owner's association and associated CC&R's. Furthermore, the project's conditions of approval will include requiring Codes, Covenants, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) to be submitted to the City for review and approval. Edison Easement Relocation The are a number of Edison easements that bisect the property (Exhibit "E"). The primary easement (255' wide) runs essentially west to east and will remain in place. There are two smaller easements (100' & 60') that run in a southwest to northeast direction. The 60' wide easement will be relocated from the current location to run parallel with the 100' easement. This will remove the Edison lines and easement from the behind existing residential lots in the Hunter's Hill Development. Ridgelines • There are currently four Prominent Ridgelines within the project (Exhibit "F"). The amendment would modify the termination point of two of those ridgelines (Exhibits Fl & F2 - large maps). The first ridgeline enters and terminates in the northwest corner of the project. The ridgeline has been degraded by the construction of two City water reservoirs and the development of the Pinehurst residential project to the north. The remaining portion of, the ridgeline does not seem to maintain the visual prominence once anticipated. The second ridgeline is bisected by Butterfield Ranch Road as it crosses the project in an east/west direction. it currently supports the 255' wide Edison easement and electrical towers and lines. Any continuity the original ridgeline may have held was severely diminished by the construction of Butterfield Ranch Road. The applicant is requesting that the portion on the west side of Butterfield Ranch Road be deleted from Figure 15-1; and, the eastern terminus be adjusted to between the 670' and 700' elevation contour (Exhibit F2). Zone Chance & Density Transfer As part of the overall proposal a change of zone is being requested to relocate the multi-family land use designation to the north, changing, and thereby reducing a portion of the commercially designated property (Exhibits "C & D"). Based on the overall dwelling unit allocation assigned to the Vila Borba property, dwelling units from Planning Areas 1,2 and 3 will be transferred to the new multi-family portion of the project. 0000 373/623 S4 ,` r AgendaDate:April 25, 2006 f Page,7 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01,and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and : 16414 Dwelling unit density from the existing medium density area is also being transferred to { the new RM-2, High Density Residential property creating an overall maximum of 280 dwelling units (Exhibit"G"). Geological reports have indicated that the property currently identified as multi-family residential is unstable. Changing the land use and zoning designations allow this portion of the property to remain as Open Space and primarily undeveloped except for the multi-purpose trail and staging area. Commercial Development The project currently contains approximately 15 acres of commercially designated land. The commercial site is located adjacent to the Pine Corporate Center, and extends from Butterfield Ranch Road to the freeway, bounded by the new Avenida de Portugal. The project proposes to reduce the commercial property from approximately fifteen acres to five acres fronting onto Butterfield Ranch Road. The five acre site would be a corner lot and also have access via the new collector road, Avenida de Portugal. The reduction of the rear, less viable portion of the commercial property allows for the relocation of the multi-family designation from across Avenida de Portugal. Circulation Primary access for the project will be provided via Butterfield Ranch Road. The main access from Butterfield Ranch Road into the project will be via Avenida de Portugal, for Tract Maps 15989 and 16388. The proposed multi-family portion of the project will also be accessed from Avenida de Portugal. The commercial property is proposed to have access from Avenida de Portugal and from Butterfield Ranch Road. Tract 16413 will take access directly from Butterfield Ranch Road. The project will be conditioned to install a traffic signal, with an equestrian button, at the intersection of Butterfield Ranch Road and the new Avenida de Portugal. Drainage There are two drainage collection basins (wet-lands) located within the project area boundary. The largest basin is approximately four and one half acres, and is located in Tract 16338 - PA 3, adjacent to the Chino Valley Freeway (SR #71). The second basin, located in Tract 15989 - PA 1, and is approximately 1.3 acres. It is adjacent to Butterfield Ranch Road and north of the park site. Both basins are designated wetlands areas in the EIR, and so may not be maintained as storm drain detention/retention basins, but will remain "natural," The project is designed to meet the storm water dissipation requirements by utilizing an • existing drainage facility located directly south and east of the project, and west of and adjacent to Butterfield Ranch Road. The existing facility, with minor modifications, will adequately support the entire project area. COO 007 374/623 Agenda Date:April 25,2006 ,-; Page 8 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, Zone Change 03ZCO2, • Development Code Amendment 03DCA07,and Tentative Tract Map No's, 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16414 ;.J • Open Space The project retains a substantial portion of the property as Open Space, both natural and man-made. Of the total, approximately 955 acres, or 42% of the entire project is maintained as natural Opens Space. In addition, there is an additional 62 acres of man- made, or modified Open Space, including parks, paseos, wetlands, manufactured open space and existing manufactured slopes creating a total of 218 acres (or approximately 65%). The proposed project includes the construction of a multi-purpose trail beginning in the northwest corner of the project and continuing through the pocket park within PA 1, and then extending eastward to the five acre community park (Exhibit "H"). The trail would then cross Butterfield Ranch Road, and run along Avenida de Portugal at the base of ' _ the second prominent ridgeline and would extend to the Chino Valley Freeway (SR#79). Improvements associated with the proposed trail will be implemented pursuant to the " requirements of the Parks and Recreation Commission. As a condition of approval, the long-term maintenance of the open space, park and other selected amenities shall be handled by the Landscape and Lighting District formed as a result of the Vila Borba project (See Condition No. 12). Also as a condition of approval, the City shall be granted rY . easement access to the proposed multi-use trail. L`; 4 Design Review/Affordable Housing The present application request does not include the architectural review of the proposed single-family homes. As a condition of approval, the applicant shall be required to submit a Design Review application to the City for review and approval prior to the issuance of building permits (See Condition No. 168). Additionally, the applicant is aware that the City is in the process of developing an affordable housing program, which would apply to all new residential developments. As a condition of approval, the applicant shall participate in the City's affordable housing program prior to their final map recordation (See Condition No. 6). PUBLIC COMMENTS As of the writing of this staff report, staff received letters and comments pertaining to the Environmental Impact Report (EIR). The City's consultant, The Planning Center helped prepare a response to comments packet, which addresses all letters and comments on the Vila Borba project, received by the City during the review period, which began The Draft EIR review period began June 1, 2005 and ended on July 15, 2005. Pursuant to Section 95088 of the California Environmental Quality Act guidelines, the comments along with responses and appropriate revisions, will be included in the Final EIR prior to certification. 000003 375/623 f Ag..enda Date:::April 25, 2006 �� Page 9 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01,Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01,and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16.04 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT An Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was prepared for the project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills f.. . ; Procedures for Implementing the CEQA Guidelines. The EIR has been prepared following an extensive environmental review, which consisted of the following primary components: el Initial Study, which provided a preliminary environmental review of the project and concluded that an EIR should be prepared. u Notice of Preparation (NOP), which notified interested public agencies and the general public of the EIR process, and was released for a 30-day public review period from December 10, 2004 to January 10, 2005. • Scoping Meeting, conducted on August 30, 2004, to which the general public and public agencies were invited to hear a presentation regarding the environmental review process for the project and to provide input regarding the scope of the EIR. u Draft EIR, which consists of two volumes. (Reference, Draft EIR, transmitted previously). Volume I contains the body of the environmental analysis of the project, focusing on thirteen environmental factors identified by CEQA: (1) Aesthetics -- including potential impacts of project lighting on adjacent uses and Chino Hills State Park; and the potential visual impacts of the water reservoir, if constructed, on adjacent prominent and exceptionally prominent ridgelines. (2) Air Quality-- including potential impacts from project grading and construction; and project operation including vehicular traffic traveling to and from the project land uses, and area source emissions generated by project heating and electrical systems. (3) Biological Resources,— including potential impacts to wetlands and protected and sensitive species, most notably the Least Bell's Vireo. (4) Cultural Resources,— including potential impacts on any archaeological or historical artifacts or Native American resources that may be present on the site. (5) Geology/Soils-- including potential impacts related to project soils and geologic hazards such as seismicity, landslides and liquefaction. (6) Hazards & Hazardous Materials — including potential impacts from underground tanks, pesticides or refuse from past cattle ranching operations; and potential Impacts related to fire safety and emergency access. (7) Hydrology and Water Quality— including potential impacts related to on-site drainage detention. (8) Land Use and Planning -- including potential conflicts with existing land use plans and surrounding land uses. 000G09 376/623 Agenda Date: April 25, 2006 Page: 10 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01,Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01,and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989,16338, 16413 and ,0 16414 (9) Noise — including potential noise impacts to adjacent land uses from project construction; and potential impacts to future project residents from roadway noise. (10) Public Services — including potential impacts related to fire protection, law enforcement, schools, and library services. (11) Recreation — including potential impacts to existing park and recreation facilities; and potential impacts from construction of proposed park and trail facilities. (12) Traffic-- including potential impacts on existing and future traffic volumes. (13) Utilities and Service Systems— including potential impacts to water, wastewater and solid waste facilities. Volume II of the Draft EIR contains the Appendices, including the Initial Study, NOP, responses to the NOP, and technical analyses of the following subjects: air quality, biological resources, soils and geology, hazardous materials, hydrology, water quality, noise, transportation and circulation, and water supply. As required by CEQA, the Draft EIR was distributed for public review for a 45-day period, which ended June 1, 2005. Final EIR (Reference, Final EIR, transmitted previously), which includes: the Comments and City Responses to Comments on the Draft EIR; Mitigation Monitoring Report that provides a methodology and schedule for implementing and monitoring the numerous mitigation measures identified through the Draft EIR for the project; Findings, which describe the City's findings relative to each significant environmental impact and project alternative identified in the Draft EIR; and the Statement of Overriding Considerations, which describe the City's reasons for approving a project which has environmental impacts that are not substantially mitigated (i.e., significant unavoidable impacts). Conclusions of the Draft EIR The Draft BR concludes that with inclusion of recommended mitigation measures and City conditions of approval, all adverse environmental impacts associated with the project, with one exception, would be reduced to less than significant levels. The exception is air quality, According to the Draft EIR, project construction, operational and cumulative air quality impacts would exceed thresholds established by the Southern California Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) despite recommended mitigation. Consequently, these air quality impacts would remain significant and unavoidable. These air quality impacts are largely due to the amount of grading and overall size of the project. Grading of the project is expected to exceed the SCAQMD threshold of 5,000 cubic yards of dirt three or more days in a single year. Size of the project would encompass 336 acres and contain 631 dwelling units and 5 acres of commercial uses. Project Alternatives In accordance with CEQA, the Draft EIR evaluated four alternatives to the project, including: 00`'0 . 0 377/623 76.1 Agenda Date:April 25, 2006 Page: 11 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01,Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01,and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16414 (1) No-Project/No Development Alternative (2) No-Project/Existing General Plan Alternative (3) Reduced Density Alternative (4) Reduced Density and Development Area Alternative The analysis concluded that although the reduced density alternatives would have some reduced environmental impacts relative to the proposed project, all the development alternatives would have significant unavoidable adverse impacts relative to air quality, Public Comments to the Draft EIR As required by CEQA, the Draft EIR for the project was distributed for public review for a 45-day period, which ended June 1, 2005. Comments were received on the Draft EIR from twelve public agencies, including: (1) California Regional Water Quality Board (2) Chino Valley Independent Fire District (3) City of Chino (4) Hills for Everyone (5) Monte Vista Water District Mr (6) State of Calif. Department of Parks and Recreation (7) Department of Toxic Substance Control (8) State Clearinghouse and Planning Unit (9) Southern California Association of Governments (10) Southern California Edison (11) Southern California Gas (12) Wildlife Corridor Conservation Authority These comments address a wide array of issues, including: protection of streams crossing the site; projection of natural open space adjacent to Chino Hills State Park; compliance with the Clean Water Act; project traffic volumes; protection of the existing Edison easements; landscape screening around the proposed water tank; mitigation of potential hazardous substances on the project site; the size of the proposed project commercial site. Two issues were addressed by multiple commenters: u Desire for the City to approve a reduced density alternative to increase the amount of open space on the project site, is Desire for the City to dedicate an open space conservation easement in perpetuity to protect the natural open space to be retained on the project site. As noted above, the Final EIR contains these Comments and the City's Responses to these Comments. The Responses explain where and how issues raised through the 378/623 /,.-• Agenda Date:April 25, 2006 • Page: 12 SUBJECT: Environmental Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01,Zone Change 03ZCO2, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01,and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989,16338, 16413 and r„-alibi 16414 Comments are addressed within the EIR. Regarding the reduced density alternatives issue, the Responses explain how the City's review of the project and project alternatives must comply with Section 65589.5 of the Government Code, which limits the City's ability to disapprove or to approve at a reduced density a housing project that complies with applicable General Plan standards, As discussed in the EIR, the proposed project would be consistent with the General Plan. Regarding the open space conservation easement issue, the Responses explain how the project approved Habitat Mitigation and Monitoring Program (HMMP), contained within Appendix D of the Draft EIR, already requires a conservation easement to protect natural open spaces on the project site. The HMMP has been reviewed and approved by the Army Corps of Engineers and the United Stated Fish and Wildlife Service. It describes measures that have been incorporated in the project to restore the 4.7 acres of Riversidean sage scrub that would be removed during project construction on a 2:1 basis, which would result in planting of 9.40 acres of Riversidean sage scrub in a conservation easement. The HMMP also describes measures to restore 4.89 acres of Riversidean sage scrub and coast live oak woodland; to create a protected open space corridor utilizing the land area outside the Edison easement an placing a conservation easement over it; and preserving as Open Space 1.9 acres of Waters of the United States, 1.66 acres of jurisdictional wetlands, and 2,08 acres of riparian habitat within the At California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG)jurisdiction. These dedications of REV open space and conservation easements are required to be made in perpetuity. None of the comments received provided significant new information, nor substantially alter the analyses or findings of the Draft EIR. Consequently, pursuant to Section 15088.5 of the CEQA Guidelines, recirculation of the EIR is not warranted. Findings/Statement of Overriding Considerations In accordance with Section 15091 of the CEQA Guidelines, if a public agency approves a project that has significant impacts, the agency must make written findings regarding each of those effects. This is termed "Findings" or "Findings of Fact", as noted above, In accordance with Section 15093 of the CEQA Guidelines, if a public agency approves a project that has significant unavoidable impacts, the agency must state in writing the specific reasons for approving the project. This is termed, as noted above, a "Statement of Overriding Considerations" (Sac). Because of the significant impacts and significant unavoidable air quality impacts associated with the project, the City will need to approve Findings and a SOC before approving the project. When reviewing the project, the City Council will be asked to balance the economic, legal, social, technological, or other benefits of the project against its unavoidable environmental risks to air quality. .0 The draft Findings and SOC prepared as part of the Final EIR conclude that the Vila Borba Planned Community will result in a beneficial mix of residential, commercial, recreation and open space uses, including the construction and dedication of a five-acre 00001.2 379/623 Agenda Date:April 25,2006 Page: 13 SUBJECT: Environmental'Impact Report, General Plan Amendment 03GPA01,Zone Change 03ZC42, Development Code Amendment 03DCA01,and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16414 park, providing significant housing, recreational, and public services benefits of local and regional significance, as well as various public infrastructure improvements, which outweigh the unavoidable environmental impacts. The Council will consider the g Findings and SOC as part of its review of the project. An Environmental Impact Report (EIR), referenced with State Clearing House #2004081134, has been prepared to evaluate the potential environmental impacts associated with this project in accordance with the California Environmental Regulations, Title 14, Section 15000 et seq, and the rules, regulations, and procedures for implementing the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines as { adopted by the City of Chino Hills. . %stfuAy s b P' e''/ U-nr-d by: lir r 17 01 'i ou• as N. La Belle, Tres DeS'tefano, C1 r anager Community Development Director Attachments: Location Map Resolution - EIR Resolution Ordinance Conditions of Approval Tentative Tract Map No. 15989 Tentative Tract Map No. 16338 Tentative Tract Map No. 16413 Tentative Tract Map No. 16414 Lot 6--Tract Map 15710 - Existing Exhibit "A" -- Planning Areas Exhibit "B" — Existing Land Use Exhibit "C" -- Existing Zoning Exhibit "D" — Proposed Land Use and Zoning Exhibit "E"-- Edison Easements Exhibit "F" — Ridgeline Maps Exhibit "G"-- Land Use Density Transfer Exhibit "H" —Trail Exhibit Planning Commission Staff Report (without attachments) Preliminary Landscape Plans Findings and Statement of Overriding Considerations Final EIR- Response to Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Report _ -. *Draft Environmental Impact Report with appendices •' *Draft Mitigation Monitoring Program (* previously transmitted) 380/623 n a P„;,,c RESOLUTION NO. 06R- 19 I A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS CERTIFYING THE FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT, ADOPTING THE ENVIRONMENTAL FINDINGS. MITIGATION MEASURES AND STATEMENT OF OVERIDING CONSDIERATIONS; AND APPROVING THE MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The City Council does hereby make the following findings of fact: A. An Environmental Impact Report (EIR) (SCH #2004081134) was prepared to assess the environmental impacts of the proposed Vila Borba Project (Project), including the General Plan Amendment 03GPA01; Zone Change 03ZCO2; and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 and 16414. B. The Project, as referenced above, a copy of which is on file at the City Clerk's Office and incorporated herein by reference, is being considered for approval and the Environmental Impact Report must be certified prior to said approval. C. The City Council has reviewed the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) (a copy of which is on file with the City Clerk's Office and incorporated herein by reference) and found that the FEIR meets all provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act and that the Environmental Impact Report reflects the independent judgment of the City Council. D. The FEIR adequately identifies all the environmental impacts of the proposed Projects. Potentially significant impacts have been identified and conditions of project approval have been included or changes or alterations have been required in, or incorporated into the Project which will mitigate impacts to a level which will not cause a significant impact on the environment, with the exception of those unmitigated, significant impacts included in the Statement of Overriding Considerations as described in SUBSECTION G below. E. Mitigation measures, which mitigate or avoid most of the significant environmental impacts of the Project, are identified in the FEIR. The findings to support this conclusion are attached as Exhibit A and are hereby incorporated by reference. 1 OF 3 381/623 . F. Pursuant to section 21081.6 of the Public Resources Code, a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program has been included to mitigate or avoid potential significant impacts on the environment. The Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the Project is attached as Exhibit B and is hereby incorporated by reference. The City Council approves and adopts the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan. G. The unmitigated significant impact is identified in the FEIR, and a Statement of Overriding Considerations adopted. There are economic, social and other benefits of the proposed Project, which outweigh the Project's unavoidable significant environmental impact. A description of the impact, the Project's benefits and the findings for a Statement of Overriding Considerations as required by the California Environmental Quality Act are attached to the FEIR and hereby incorporated by reference. The City Council approves and adopts the Statement of Overriding Considerations and all other findings and elements of the Project. SECTION 2. The City Council of the City of Chino Hills does hereby certify the Final Environmental Impact Report SCH #2004081134, adopts the environmental Findings, Mitigation Measures and Statement of Overriding Considerations, and approves the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, incorporated herein by I reference. SECTION 3. The City Clerk shall certify as to the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this 25th day of April, 2006. - --:;7/ '7 " ED GRAHAM, MAYOR ATTEST: 4/2 MARY M (V /1 APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK D. HE LEY, CITY ATTORNEY • 2 OF 3 382/623 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, MARY M. McDUFFEE, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution No. 06R-19 was duly passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Chino Hills at their regular meeting held April 25, 2006, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: GRAHAM, HAGMAN, AND KRUGER, NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: LARSON, NORTON-PERRY • „, 7177. jo • ARY M. DUFFEE, CITY CLERK r • (SEAL) • The foregoing is the original of Resolution No. 06R-19 duly passed and adopted by the Chino Hills City Council at their regular meeting held April 25, 2006. a . ARY M. 7'UFFEE, CITY CL RKji (SEAL) 3 . 3 383/623 RESOLUTION NO. 06R- 20 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS RECOMMENDING APPROVAL OF GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT 03GPA01 AND APPROVAL OF TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO'S. 15989, 16338, 16413 AND 16414. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The City Council does hereby make the following findings of fact: a. The property owner, Parentex Enterprises, submitted multiple subdivision applications for approval of Tentative Tract Map No.'s: 15989; 16413; 16338; and, 16414. The project includes the subdivision of approximately 336 acres to allow up to 631 homes. b. Applications were also submitted for a General Plan Amendment, a Zone Change to revise the size and location of the Commercial and RM-1 land uses and a Development Code amendment to adjust the termination points of two of the four Prominent Ridgelines on the property. c. The site is located west of the Chino Valley Freeway (SR#71),east and west of Butterfield Ranch Road, south of Pine Avenue and north of the Hunter's Hill development. and legally described as a portion of Map Book 1033, page 071, parcels 08 & 09, page 081, parcels 14 - 20, as shown in the latest records of the San Bernardino County Tax Assessor. d. The General Plan currently designates the subject property as RS (Low Density Residential), RM-1 (Medium Density Residential), Commercial and Open Space with an overall maximum unit count of 835 dwelling units. e. An Environmental Impact Report (E1R), referenced with State Clearinghouse #2004081134, has been prepared to evaluate the potential environmental impacts associated with this project in accordance with the California Environmental Regulations, Title 14, Section 15000 et seq, and the rules, regulations, and procedures for implementing the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines as adopted by the City of Chino Hills. f. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills conducted a duly noticed public hearing on March 21, 2006, at which time all interested persons were given an opportunity to testify in support of, or in opposition to, the project. g. The City Council of the City of Chino Hills conducted a duly noticed public hearing on April 25, 2006, at which time all interested persons were given an opportunity to testify n support of, or in opposition to, the project. 1 OF 7 384/623 SECTION 2. Eased upon the testimony and other evidenced received at the public hearing, and upon studies and investigations made by the City Council and on its behalf, the City Council does further find as follows: a. FINDING: That the proposed subdivision, together with the provisions of its design and improvements is consistent with the General Plan and Zoning. FACT: That the proposed subdivisions and proposed improvements are consistent with the General Plan and Zoning, or would be with the approval of the amendments as proposed for the multifamily site. Each parcel conforms to the development standards regarding lot size and dimension per the underlying zoning designation. The proposed development meets the minimum lot size and dimensions of the Development Code. The lot sizes for the project average 8,000 square feet, with a minimum lot size of 7,200 square feet. b. FINDING: The site is physically suitable for the type and proposed density of development. FACT: The site is physically suitable at the current overall density of 1.9 dwelling units per acre for single-family homes in that each t atzble ea to meet applicable standards lohasadequset forthesiine theand Developmentbuildaarea Code. Thethe proposed • lots that would average over 8,000 square feet in size, with a minimum lot size of 7,200 square feet. c. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the proposed improvements are not likely to cause substantial environmental damage or substantially or avoidably injure fish or wildlife or their habitat. FACT: The design of the subdivision or the proposed improvements is not likely to cause substantial environmental damage or substantially or avoidably injure fish or wildlife or their habitat in that an Environmental Impact Report was prepared and provides mitigation measures to reduce the potential impacts to below a significant level. d. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the proposed improvements is not likely to cause serious public health problems. FACT: The design of the subdivision or the proposed improvements is not likely to cause serious public health problems because the project is conditioned to ensure that the proposed design and improvements meet the City requirements for a subdivision. • 2 OF 7 385/623 e. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the type of improvements will not conflict with easements acquired by the public at large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision. FACT: The design of the subdivision and the type of improvement proposed will not conflict with the easements acquired by the public at large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision. The easements for the City's multi- purpose trail that is proposed within the project, including within the Edison easement are consistent with the City standards for trail width and would provide access/connection to the Citywide multi-purpose trails that are located in the vicinity. f. FINDING: The design of the subdivision provides to the extent feasible passive or natural heating and cooling opportunities. FACT: Natural heating and cooling opportunities will be reviewed during construction plans review for the development of single- family homes within the Tentative Tract Maps, as well as the multi-family development to be designed and reviewed at a future date. g. FINDING: The proposed subdivision of land, its design, density and type of development and improvements conforms to the regulations of the Development Code and the regulations of any public agency having jurisdiction by law. FACT: The proposed residential subdivisions are located within an RS, (Low Density Residential) zoning designation with a minimum required lot size of 7,200 square feet. The proposed subdivision complies with the regulations of the Chino Hills Development Code Section 16,20 (Planned Developments). h. FINDING: That if the proposed subdivision is a conversion of residential real property into a condominium project, a community apartment project or a stock cooperative project, the project must comply with the requirements of California Government Code Section 66427.1(a) and 66452.10 prior to approval of the proposed subdivision. FACT: The proposed subdivision is not a conversion of residential real property into a condominium project, a community apartment project, or a stock cooperative project. The proposed subdivisions are land divisions creating 351 parcels for future development of single-family homes, and a single parcel for the development of up to 280 multi-family homes. The subdivision and any future development single-family homes on the 3OF7 386/623 • '.l kr• .} .• .. f{. proposed parcels shall comply with the development standards as established in the Chino Hills Development Code. FINDING: That in the event that the land within the proposed subdivision is subject to a contract entered into pursuant to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965 (commencing with Section 51200 of Chapter 7 of Division 1 of Title 5 of the California Government Code), and the lot areas are less than that required subsection 83.040220(a)(2)(C), that (1) The lots created can sustain an agricultural use permitted under the contract, or are subject to a written agreement for joint management pursuant to California Government Code Section 51230,1, and the parcels which are jointly managed total at least ten (10) acres in size, in the case of prime agricultural land, or forty (40) acres in size, in the last of land which is not prime agricultural land; or (2) One of the parcels contains a residence and is subject to Section 428 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; the residence has existed on the property for at least five (5) years; the landowner has owned the parcels for at least ten (10) years; and the remaining parcels on the map are least ten (10) acres in size if the land is a prime agricultural land; or at least forty (40) acres in size if the land is not prime agricultural land. FACT: The land proposed for the subdivision as described herein is not subject to a contract entered into pursuant to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965 (commencing with Section 51200 of Chapter 7 of Division 1 of Title 5 of the California Government Code) and is not an agricultural land. Therefore, it is not subject to the minimum lot size requirements for agricultural land. SECTION 3. Based upon the testimony and other evidenced received at the public hearing, and upon studies and investigations made by the City Council and on its behalf, the City Council further makes the following finding on General Plan Amendment 03GPA01: a. FINDING: That the proposed amendment is in the public interest, and that there will be a community benefit resulting from the amendment FACT: The proposed project includes the creation of a five acre community park for the benefit of the public at large. In addition, a multi-purpose trail, and staging area are also included. 4 OF 7 387/623 b. FINDING: That the proposed amendment is consistent with the goals, policies, and objectives of the General Plan FACT: The project establishes development at densities appropriate for the location, creates outdoor recreational opportunities and allows the relocation of residentially designated land to a more geologically stable area. c. FINDING: That the proposed amendment will not conflict with provisions of the Development Code, subdivision regulations, or any applicable specific plan FACT: The amendment is to relocate the multi-family residential designation to a different location due to geological instability, but will comply with the Development Code and subdivision regulations. d. FINDING: In the event that the proposed amendment is a change to the land use policy map, that the amendment will not adversely affect surrounding properties FACT: The proposed amendment will not adversely affect surrounding properties in that an environmental impact report has been • completed for the project and a mitigation program is included in the proposed project conditions of approval. In addition, The project site was originally slated for a more intense development, consisting of up to 835 dwelling units. It is anticipated that the proposed 631 single-family homes will not adversely affect surrounding properties because the proposed development standards are consistent with the current development code requirements and are more restrictive than the adjacent single-family residential development. e. FINDING: With respect to all applications which seek to increase density for single-family detached residential development projects, including residential developments in the planned development district or in a PD development, that a fiscal impact analysis has been prepared as required by the city and paid for by the applicant. Further, this report shall include an analysis of the project's effect on the city's revenues, expenditures, service levels, capital improvement needs and project's ability to generate tax revenue. FACT: The applicant does not propose to increase density for this project. The potential maximum of 631 single family homes does not exceed the maximum number of units allowed under the General Plan and does not exceed the maximum number of units that were originally approved for the property. Therefore, a fiscal impact analysis was not required. 5OF7 388/623 SECTION 4. The City Council of the City of Chino Hills does hereby approve General Plan Amendment 03GPA01, and Tentative Tract Map No's. 15989, 16338, 16413 And 16414, based on the findings included within this resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval Incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 5. The City Clerk shall certify as to the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this 25th day of April, 2006. , i .c.. .,e_:::"..•,,,r. GRAHAM, MAYOR . ATTEST: Tfil . 41 ../1 e . MARY M. MtUFFEE, CITY CL°_R *' APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY A RNEY 6 OF 7 389/623 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, MARY M. McDUFFEE, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution No. 06R-20 was duly passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Chino Hills at their regular meeting held April 25, 2006, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: GRAHAM, HAGMAN, AND KRUGER, NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: LARSON, NORTON-PERRY MARY M. DU FE CITY C (SEAL) • The foregoing is the original of Resolution No. 06R-20 duly passed and adopted by the Chino Hills City Council at their regular meeting held April 25, 2006. /. 7 /-` MARY M. FEE, CITY LE* (SEAL) 7 7 390/623 • ORDINANCE NO. 187 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA AMENDING THE CHINO HILLS MUNICIPAL CODE BY ADOPTING ZONE CHANGE 03ZCO2 TO AMEND SECTION 16.04.020 (ZONING MAP) CHANGING PROPERTY FROM RM-1, MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL AND CG, GENERAL COMMERCIAL TO OS, OPEN SPACE, AND RM2, HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL RESPECTIVELY, AND ADOPTING DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT 03DCA01 TO AMEND SECTION 16.08 (FIGURE 15-1) TO ADJUST TWO PROMINENT RIDGELINES. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The City Council does hereby make the following findings of fact: a. \The property owner, Parentex Enterprises, submitted multiple subdivision applications for approval of Tentative Tract Map No.'s: 15989; 16413; 16338; and, 16414. The project includes the subdivision of approximately 336 acres to allow up to 631 homes. b. Applications were also submitted for a General Plan Amendment, a Zone Change to revise the size and location of the Commercial and RM-1 land uses, and a Development Code Amendment to adjust the termination points of two of the four Prominent Ridgelines on the property. c. The site is located west of the Chino Valley Freeway (SR#71), east and west of Butterfield Ranch Road, south of Pine Avenue, and north of the Hunter's Hill development and legally described as a portion of Map Book 1033, page 071, parcels 08 & 09, page 081, parcels 14 - 20, as shown in the latest records of the San Bernardino County Tax Assessor. d. The General Plan currently designates the subject property as IRS (Low Density Residential), RM-1 (Medium Density Residential), Commercial and Open Space with an overall maximum unit count of 835 dwelling units. e. An Environmental Impact Report (EIR), referenced with State Clearinghouse #2004081134, has been prepared to evaluate the potential environmental impacts associated with this project in accordance with the California Environmental Regulations, Title 14, Section 15000 et seq, and the rules, regulations, and procedures for implementing the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines as adopted by the City of Chino Hills. 1OF4 391/623 • f. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills conducted a duly noticed public hearing on March 21, 2006, at which time all interested persons were given an opportunity to'testify in support of, or in opposition to, the project. g. On February 21, 2006, the Planning Commission provided a recommendation to approve the aforementioned application requests by Parentex Enterprises. h. The City Council of the City of Chino Hills conducted a duly noticed public hearing on April 25, 2006, at which time all interested persons were given an opportunity to testify in support of, or in opposition to, the project. SECTION 2. Based upon the testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing, and upon studies and investigations made by the City Council and on its behalf, the City Council does hereby make the following findings on Zone Change 03ZCO2: a. FINDING: That the proposed zone change is consistent with the goals, policies, and objectives of the General Plan. FACT: The proposed project meets General Plan Goal 1: Preserving the Rural Character by retaining approximately 155 acres for open space and incorporating a multi-use trail. The proposed project also meets General Plan Focused Goal 1-3: Establishment of land use densities appropriate to their location in the City since there are single family detached units directly adjacent to the project to the north and south. b. FINDING: That the proposed zone change will not adversely affect surrounding properties. FACT: The project site was originally slated for a more intense development, consisting of up to a total of 835 dwelling units over the entire project site. It is anticipated that the proposed maximum of 280 multi-family homes will not adversely affect surrounding properties since the development area for the re-location of the multi-family designation is adjacent to commercially designated property, and the development standards will conform to the current City requirements. SECTION 3. Based upon the testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission further makes the following finding on Development Code Amendment 030CA01: 2OF4 • . 392/623 .. r• ,7'K • a. FINDING: That the proposed Development Code Amendment is consistent with the goals, policies, and objectives of the General Plan. FACT: The proposed project meets General Plan Goal 1-1: Retention of important ridgelines and open space areas by retaining approximately 155 acres for open space including multi-use trails. The proposed project proposes to more accurately delineate the ridgeline locations. b. FINDING: That the proposed Development Code Amendment will not adversely affect surrounding properties. FACT:: The project proposes to revise the termination points of the prominent ridgelines to more accurately reflect the actual field conditions and will not negatively impact the surrounding properties SECTION 4. The City Council does hereby Adopt Zone Change 03ZCO2, and Development Code Amendment 03DCA01, based on the findings of fact included within this ordinance. SECTION 5. The City Council hereby declares that the provisions of this Ordinance are severable and, if for any reason, a court of competent jurisdiction shall hold any sentence, paragraph, or section of this Ordinance to be invalid, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining parts of this Ordinance. SECTION 6. The City Clerk shall certify as to the adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause a summary thereof to be published within fifteen (15) days of the adoption and shall post a certified copy of this Ordinance, including the vote for and against the same, in the Office of the City Clerk, in accordance with Government Code Section 36933. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this 9th day of May 2006. • r doe ED 'AHA , MAYOR ATTEST: / / 37 , MARY M. "cDUFFE CITY APPRO D AS TO FORA.: Al MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTOR 30F4 393/623 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. ' . CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) • I, MARY M. McDUFFEE, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that Ordinance No. 187 was duly introduced at a regular meeting of the City Council held on the 25th day of April, 2006 and adopted at a regular meeting held on the 9th day of May, 2006, by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: GRAHAM, HAGMAN, KRUGER LARSON AND NORTON-PERRY NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ARY M, CDUFF E, CIT Cl_. /I (SEAL) I hereby certify that the foregoing is the original of Ordinance No. 187 duly passed and adopted by the Chino Hills City Council at their regular meeting held on May 9, 2006 and that Summaries of the Ordinance were published on April 29, 2006 and May 13, 2006 in the Chino Hills Champion Newspaper. 0 g g . . ARY M. « DUFFEE, CITY CLE r �' (SEAL) 4 of 4 394/623 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) as. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, Kim Zuppiger, do hereby certify before the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills that a copy of the Public Meeting Notice for Extension of Time 16EXT01 for a two (2) year extension of time for Tentative Tract Map 16413 was mailed to each and every person set forth on the attached list on the 23rd of March 2016. A copy of said Notice is attached hereto. 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, this 23rd of March 2016. 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Tuesday, April 5, 2016, at 7:00 p.m., in .. t''•1 xt�a;•. , er the Council Chambers of the City Hall, v - #' ri 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, > �► �� +> ,•rownsgm- . CA, to consider the following project . ',/ .t ,_ . ' .� � r' '`°'{fro- ''`1 �,�1,C,�R ilk ‘1(.11 ��.. CASE NO.: Extension of Time . xrv�4 / i� • r 16EXT01 • o t,. " / ,�� �� �r�I it ti 4. PRR APPLICANT. CalAtlantic Group, Inc. Project Site .�, ; z.#0• ; P` '` 7 774,`.,4 0 so,,r; ,m• PROPOSAL: The applicant is , W : � •. . ♦ •. requesting a two (2) year extension of f 4:4 4 o ' f ` time for Tentative Tract Map 16413, .••••' : i�u�t�[►i r'{'ir' w r..•` �,r , 0 which was originally approved bythe •7 ' �T �, r1♦��♦i��411 oo �� ``� � , '' ' 9 Y pp �♦ 4,41 •.�¢11i1h�. City Council on April 25, 2006. The ,' .' �����iirl tn;� °'7 " k+`* •- �i I� ��. ^4111411.: �: . approved tentative map would 4 �SII1 lHIUPeilitW1N SP E�1 subdivide 19.86 acres of vacant land - �' ♦` tint,• �ui•mi t sAk4 rimto create 19 single-family residential jut/�`- „ t -: ,s properties. LOCATION: The project site is locatedVICINITY MAP (Red arrow indicakes project site; top of the map is north) southwest of Butterfield Ranch Road and Avenida De Portugal. A.P.N.: 1033-071-09, 1033-081-20 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW: A determination has been made that the proposed project has incorporated adequate mitigation and will not have a significant impact on the environment. An environmental review was completed for the project and an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and Mitigation Monitoring Program were adopted by the City Council on April 25, 2006 (SCH#200408134), pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act(CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA. As the current application requests an extension of time for the project as it was approved, there is no potential for the application to cause a significant effect on the environment. Therefore, the proposed extension of time is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) Review for Exemption of the CEQA Guidelines. Additional information regarding this project is available for public review at the City of Chino Hills Community Development Department, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709 during the following hours: Monday thru Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. STAFF: Kim Zuppiger, Contract 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 and encouraged to give testimony at the time and place indicated above. Additional information regarding this project may be obtained from Kim Zuppiger, Contract Planner with the Community Development Department, at kzuppiger@chinohills.org or(909) 364-2761. Wi'r'I'? Z6 qtgP/ ems Signature: Kim Zup'pi4'er, G6ntract Planner Date: March 23, 2016 397/623 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING DATE: Tuesday,April 5,2016, TIME: 7:00 p.m. PLACE:City of Chino Hills Council Chambers 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills,CA 91709 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills will hold a public hearing at the time and place indicated above to consider Extension of Time 16EXT01. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant, CalAtiantic Group, Inc., is requesting approval for a two (2) year extension of time for Tentative Tract Map 16413, which was originally approved by the City Council on April 25,2006. The approved tentative map would subdivide 19,86 acres of vacant land to create 19 single-family residential properties. PROJECT LOCATION:The project site is located southwest of Butterfield Ranch Road and Avenida De Portugal. NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that a determination has been made that the proposed project has incorporated adequate mitigation and will not have a significant impact on the environment.An environmental review was completed for the project and an Environmental Impact Report (EIR)and Mitigation Monitoring Program were adopted by the City Council on April 25, 2006(SCH#200408134),pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act(CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA. As the current application requests an extension of time for the project as it was approved,there is no potential for the application to cause a significant effect on the environment. Therefore,the proposed extension of time is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3)Review for Exemption of the CEQA Guidelines. Additional information regarding this project is available for public review at the City of Chino Hills Community Development Department, 14000 City Center Drive,Chino Hills,CA 91709 during the following hours: Monday thru Thursday from 7:30 a.m.to 5:30 p.m.and Friday from 7:30 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. 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 Planning Commission at, or prior to, the public hearing. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED are invited to be present at the public are invited to be present at the public hearing. All persons may give testimony at the time and place Indicated above.Additional information regarding this project may be obtained from Kim Zuppiger, Contract Planner with the Community Development Department at (909)364-2761 or kzuppiger@chinohills,org. DATED: March 23,2016 SI Kim Zuppiger, Contract Planner PUBLISH: Chino Hills Champion Saturday,March 26,2016 398/623