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P-21-0087




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Summary

P-21-0087
LARSON CHRYSLER DEALERSHIP
SEPA Standalone
SEPA Standalone
Waiting for Revisions
08/04/2021
RJ8424 LLC

Locations

Property
0420204069

* Address
8424 RIVER RD

Reviews

Documents Returned For Corrections

Date Returned Name
12/18/2023 Traffic Scoping Worksheet4 (Flattened)
Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Date Completed
Engineering Traffic Review Comments 12/08/2023 12/14/2023
Planning Review Comments 12/08/2023 12/01/2023
Fire Review Comments 12/08/2023 12/01/2023
Engineering Review Comments 12/08/2023 11/21/2023
Engineering Traffic Review Revisions Required 11/19/2022 12/28/2022
Fire Review No Comments 11/19/2022 11/21/2022
Engineering Review No Comments 11/19/2022 10/27/2022
Planning Review Revisions Required 11/19/2022 10/27/2022
Engineering Traffic Review Revisions Required 01/13/2022 04/29/2022
Fire Review Revisions Required 01/13/2022 01/26/2022
Planning Review Revisions Required 01/13/2022 01/12/2022
Planning Review Revisions Required 01/13/2022 01/12/2022
Planning Review Revisions Required 01/13/2022 01/03/2022
Planning Review VOID 12/13/2021
Planning Review Approved 01/13/2022 11/17/2021

Meetings

There are no hearings for this planning application.

Conditions

Condition Status Department Category Expiration Date Due Date
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division
: Update Civil Permit submittal to reflect current project.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Building Division
: Will need to apply for demo permits for all buildings to be removed for this project. This also includes the permit from the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency as part of the permit submittal for the City.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division SEPA Condition
: SPECIFIC ENGINEERING CONDITIONS OF PROJECT APPROVAL: The project shall provide enhanced treatment of stormwater prior to discharge to Puyallup River.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division SEPA Condition
: Drainage Facilities. The proposed storm water management system shall conform to the general design criteria set forth below and specific development standards referenced in PMC 19.12.020 and in the current version of the Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington as most recently adopted by the city for city use: (a) No commercial development shall be approved which does not make adequate provision for storm or flood water runoff, and for low impact development principles; (b) All storm water systems shall be separate and independent from sanitary sewer systems; (c) Storm water systems may consist of a combination of low impact development, natural drainage systems, curb and gutters, underground piping, water quality treatment facilities, and detention/retention facilities. Preference is given to low impact development, retention and use of natural drainage systems whenever possible; (d) Storm water systems shall be designed to maintain historical flows necessary for the preservation of wetlands, ponds, streams, or other critical areas. Separate infrastructure may be approved for use in collecting and discharging roof runoff and spring/seep water to critical areas to assist in maintaining historical flows. In no instance shall road or yard runoff be permitted to be discharged to critical areas without appropriate pretreatment. Storm water systems shall be sited and designed to avoid potential adverse impacts to steep slopes, aquifer recharge areas, wetlands, or other identified critical areas; (e) Adequate biofiltration facilities shall be provided to reduce siltation and water quality impacts; (f) All public storm water facilities shall be located either in a public road right-of-way, or in a separate dedicated tract of appropriate width and improved to the standards set forth in the most recent city engineering standards and specifications manual; (g) Low impact development, retention, and use of natural drainage systems is required wherever feasible. Drainage ways shall be established and delineated by easement of adequate width which conforms substantially to the lines of the watercourse, and shall be maintained in an open vegetated channel.
Miscellaneous SEPA Condition Open Engineering Division SEPA Condition
: Domestic water: The proposed domestic water system shall conform to the general design criteria set forth below and specific development standards referenced in PMC 19.12.020: (a) The water mains shall be designed and constructed in a “looped” system wherever possible in order to reduce potential for stagnation and stabilized system pressure; (b) Fire hydrants shall be located, sized and installed in accordance with the standards and specifications set forth in Chapter 16.08 PMC and approved by the fire chief or designee; and (c) Water mains and fire hydrants shall be located within public street right-of-way, or within a perpetual easement of appropriate width and improved to the standards set forth in the most recent city engineering standards and specifications manual. Placement within public street right-of-way is preferred.

Related Permit & Planning Applications

Reference Number Status Type
E-21-0406 Canceled Civil Construction Permit
PRCCP20231640 Returned for Correction Civil Construction Permit

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