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PLSHP20220003
Mullan Short Plat
Short Plat
Short Plat
Waiting for Conditions
01/20/2022
MULLAN KRISTIAN J & JOANN C

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Documents Returned For Corrections

Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Date Completed
Engineering Review No Comments 01/04/2023 01/09/2023
Anthony Hulse ((253) 841-5553)   Send Email
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Resolved
12/27/2022


There are future plans for a shared driveway, single family home, carport, shed, etc. Fill out question 7. [SEPA, pg 3]. Document not resubmitted 3rd round of review.
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Since the project is using List # 2 provide the in-feasibility criteria for each BMP for Roofs and Other Hard Surfaces. [Drainage Report, pg 10]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Show locations of splash blocks for the proposed shop. Splashblocks require a 50' flowpath. [site plan]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Create a note 14 that speaks to something similar to "This project is proposing to fill in the regulated AE floodplain. 1:1 compensatory storage to fill will be required. [short plat, pg 2]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Create a note 15 that speaks to the structure being required to provide a minimum of 2 flood openings, not having a total net area of not less than one square inch for every square foot of enclosed area subject to flooding. [short plat, pg 2].
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Show the existing 8" PVC pipe in this location and existing catch basin [short plat, pg 2
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Resolved
12/27/2022


The proposed floodplain compensatory storage does not meet Puyallup Municipal Requirements, the project must provide compensatory storage located within the regulated AE floodplain at equivalent elevations to the fill. [site plan, pg 1]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Provide the elevations that fill will be placed. The compensatory storage must be provided at equivalent elevations of that of the fill. [site plan, pg 1]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Provide the finish floor elevation of the proposed structure. [site plan, pg1]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Provide a table breaking down the new plus replaced hard surfaces, with pollution generating hard surfaces (PGHS) being there own category. I measured 5,569SF of PGHS. See grading plan. [drainage report, pg 10]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Provide the driveway BMP flow path lengths on the plans. [site plan, pg 1]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Provide preliminary calculations for the driveway dispersion BMP's. Additionally, it does not appear that there is an adequate flowpath for splashblocks for the carport building, a dispersion trench may be necessary. [drainage report, pg 10]
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Resolved
12/27/2022


Show the existing lot lines using a heavy dashed line, and proposed lot lines using a heavy solid line. [short plat, pg 2]
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Resolved
01/09/2023


Revise notes 14 and 15 to include both lots, as the regulated floodplain exists on both lots 1 and 2. [short plat, pg 2]
Engineering Traffic Review No Comments 01/04/2023 01/06/2023
Bryan Roberts ((253) 841-5542)   Send Email
Planning Review No Comments 01/04/2023 01/04/2023
Nabila Comstock ((253) 770-3361)   Send Email
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Resolved
01/04/2023


- Update the site plan to include additional wetland critical areas and their buffers as appropriate (Confluence Third-Party Review of Critical Areas Assessment, pg. 4) - Update the site plan accordingly to address floodplain storage concerns (Confluence Third-Party Review of Critical Areas Assessment, pg. 6)[short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
01/04/2023


Please update the language of the short plat cover page to match the exact language of the City of Puyallup's template: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/13810/Short-Plat-Cover-Page-Template-2021-?bidId= Specifically, the acknowledgements, development engineering division, planning division sections [short plat, pg. 1]
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Resolved
01/04/2023


Please remove the line: "a ____ note for each lot shall indicate:" from each critical area note. This part of the comment is an instruction rather than what needs to be stated on the plat. [short plat, pg. 2]
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Resolved
01/04/2023


Delineate the existing lot lines using a heavy dashed line, and the proposed lot lines shown using a heavy solid line (PMC 19.02.100 (g)). In the most recent submittal, all the lines are heavy solid lines [short plat, pg. 2]
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Resolved
01/04/2023


Please delineate the floodplain on the short plat site plan. (PMC 19.02.100 (o)) Boundaries and associated buffers, development envelopes, or other information for any critical areas as defined or required by Chapter 21.06 PMC; [short plat, pg. 2]
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
01/04/2023


Please see the full letter from Confluence Environmental Company which has conducted a third-party review of the August 2022 Critical Areas Assessment & Biological Evaluation letter by Habitat Technologies. (document title: Confluence Environmental Company Review 10172022 - 808 14th St SW)
Building Review No Comments 01/04/2023 01/04/2023
David Leahy ((253) 435-3618)   Send Email
Fire Review No Comments 01/04/2023 01/03/2023
David Leahy ((253) 435-3618)   Send Email
Engineering Traffic Review No Comments 10/13/2022 10/28/2022
Bryan Roberts ((253) 841-5542)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
09/13/2022


The city has adopted a City-Wide Traffic Impact Fee of $4,500 per single family home. Final fees will be calculated and assessed by the City at the time of building permit issuance. Park impact fee was established by Ordinance 3142 dated July 3, 2017 and shall be charged per new dwelling unit based on its size Per Puyallup Municipal Code Section 11.08.135, the applicant/owner would be expected to construct half-street improvements including curb, gutter, planter strip, sidewalk, roadway base, and pavement. Any existing improvements which are damaged now or during construction, or which do not meet current City Standards, shall be replaced. -To facilitate future streetlights, conduit and junction boxes will be required along frontage (lots 1 & 2). ADA compliant driveway approach is required for access. 14th St SW along the site is designated as a minor collector. City standards (Section 101.10.1) require minimum spacing of 150 feet. -Since this parcel already has two existing driveways, the existing single access will be allowed for this new lot.
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
09/13/2022


Second submittal not reviewed by Traffic... only going to 3rd party consultant for this round
Planning Review Revisions Required 10/13/2022 10/26/2022
Nabila Comstock ((253) 770-3361)   Send Email
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Resolved
10/04/2022


Prior to submittal to the city for final signatures, please add a 'Critical Area' note to denote the presence of a'CRITICAL AREA ON SITE' on the face of the short plat (sheet 1).Aquifer Recharge AreaLots 1 and 2 contain critical aquifer recharge areas. A critical aquifer recharge area note for each affected lot shallindicate: “The site is within a high susceptibility/critical aquifer recharge area. Uses and activities on this site shallcomply with the city?s critical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XI). Activities that do notcause degradation of ground water quality and will not adversely affect the recharging of the aquifer may bepermitted in a critical aquifer recharge area and do not require preparation of a critical area report; provided,thatthey comply with the city storm water management regulations and other applicable local, state and federalregulations.”Volcanic Hazard Area Lots 1 and 2 contain a volcanic hazard area. A volcanic hazard area note for each lot affected shall indicate: “Thesite is within a volcanic hazard area. In the event of an eruption of Mt. Rainier, the site is expected to beinundated by pyroclastic flows, lava flows, debris avalanche, inundation by debris flows, lahars, mudflows, orrelated flooding resulting from volcanic activities. Uses and activities on this site shall comply with the city'scritical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XII, section 21.06.1260, or succeedingsection,regarding volcanic hazard areas.” Floodplain Lot 1 and 2 contain 100-year floodplain areas. A note shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lotindicating: “This lot contains a 100-year floodplain areas, containing a 1% chance every year of flooding/inundationthat could affect life, property, structures and improvements. All development and land modifications of floodplainareas requires city approval and consistency with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the EndangeredSpecies Act (ESA), critical areas ordinance (PMC 21.06) and flood protection ordinance (PMC 21.07), as well asany other applicable state, federal and local laws. Modification of land or vegetation, especially land filling thatcould reduce flood storage capacity, and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited withoutprior government approval.” Wetland Lots 1 and 2 contain wetland areas and protective wetland buffers. A note shall be included on the face of the platfor each affected lot indicating: “This lot contains a wetland and/or wetland buffer that is protected byfederal,state and local regulations. A wetland is a permanently, semi-permanently, or seasonally flooded area ofland with a distinct ecosystem based on hydrology, hydric soils, and vegetation adapted for life in water saturatedsoils. Wetlands provide numerous benefits to the natural environment including water quality, flood control,wildlife habitat, shoreline stability, and aesthetic values. Since the 1780s, Washington has lost 31 percent of itswetland areas, from 1.35 million acres to 938,000 acres, contributing to loss of flood storage and habitat areas.Wetlands are critical to the overall health of watersheds and property owners are key for protecting, restoring,and managing our state's remaining wetland resources. Modification of land or vegetation and/orencroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior government approval.” [short platpreliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/04/2022


Native Vegetation Protection Easement Areas (PMC 19.12.070)- 14th St SW is designated as a minor collector roadway according to the city'scomprehensive plan. Per PMC 19.12.070(a), a 15-foot vegetative buffer required alongcollector roadways. As a result, a 15-foot buffer area is required along the frontage ofLot 1. The buffer area shall be placed into a “Native Vegetation Protection Easement(NVPE)” shown on the short plat drawing. The following note must also be added tothe face of the short plat (sheet 1):“A 15-foot “Native Vegetation Protection Easement (NVPE)” area is required along thefrontage of Lot 1. The NVPE is meant to promote the visual quality of the streetscapesand provide additional buffering from major street corridors. A landscape plan meetingcity standards shall be provided by the applicant and the following shall berequired:-The NVPE shall be preserved in accordance with a final landscape plan andshall not b emodified, disturbed or otherwise displaced without prior approval fromthe city's Planning Department; and, -It is the right of the city to enforce the terms ofthe restriction in the easement area.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/04/2022


Please see the attached memorandum from Confluence Environmental Company who has conducted a third-party review of the October 2021 Critical Areas Assessment - Biological Evaluation letter by Habitat Technologies. - Please have Habitat Technologies address the recommendations made by Confluence in an updated habitat assessment report- Please have Barghausen address recommendations made by Confluence in an updated Storm Water Site Plan. The Storm Water Site Plan did not discuss the amount of floodplain fill associated with the project or the quantity and location of floodplain storage created by the project. Report should be updated to fully address the code requirements. [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/17/2022


1. Please update the language of the short plat cover page to match the exact language of the City of Puyallup's template: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/13810/Short-Plat-Cover-Page-Template-2021-?bidId= o Specifically, the acknowledgements, development engineering division, planning division sections [short plat survey, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/04/2022


- Add the name and address of the owners to the face of the plat (sheet 1) (PMC 19.02.100 (a).) - Provide the legal description of the existing and proposed lots (PMC 19.02.100 (b)).- Provide the parcel number for the existing parcel at 808 14th St SW (PMC 19.02.100 (c)).- Delineate the existing lot lines using a heavy dashed line, and the proposed lot lines shown using a heavy solid line (PMC 19.02.100 (g)).- Move the square footage of proposed Lot 1 to be outside the approximate building outline of the future SFR (PMC 19.02.100 (h,k)).- Include the accurate location and dimensions/square footage of all existing and proposed structures, septic systems and utility services, and the distance between structures, improvements and utilities to the adjoining proposed lot lines (PMC 19.02.100 (l)).- Include contour lines to address the topography on the low by showing existing and proposed contours at five-foot contour intervals except for any portion of the site containing slopes of 15 percent or greater which shall be shown at two-foot contour intervals. The contour intervals shall extend at least 100 feet beyond the boundaries of the site (PMC 19.02.100 (m)).- Update the site plan to delineate the boundaries and associated buffers, development envelopes, or other information for any critical areas as defined or required by Chapter 21.06 PMC (PMC 19.02.100 (o)). [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/04/2022


Aquifer Recharge AreaLots 1 and 2 contain critical aquifer recharge areas. A critical aquiferrecharge area note for each affected lot shall indicate: “The site iswithin a high susceptibility/critical aquifer recharge area. Uses andactivities on this site shall comply with the city?s critical area ordinance(Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XI). Activities that do not causedegradation of ground water quality and will not adversely affect therecharging of the aquifer may be permitted in a critical aquifer rechargearea and do not require preparation of a critical area report;provided,that they comply with the city storm water managementregulations and other applicable local, state and federal regulations." [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/04/2022


Volcanic Hazard Area Lots 1 and 2 contain a volcanic hazard area. A volcanic hazard area notefor each lot affected shall indicate: “The site is within a volcanic hazardarea. In the event of an eruption of Mt. Rainier, the site is expected tobe inundated by pyroclastic flows, lava flows, debris avalanche,inundation by debris flows, lahars, mudflows, or related floodingresulting from volcanic activities. Uses and activities on this site shallcomply with the city's critical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code21.06, Article XII, section 21.06.1260, or succeeding section,regardingvolcanic hazard areas.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/04/2022


Floodplain Lot 1 and 2 contain 100-year floodplain areas. A note shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lot indicating: “This lot contains a 100-year floodplain areas, containing a 1% chance every year of flooding/inundation that could affect life, property, structures and improvements. All development and land modifications of floodplain areas requires city approval and consistency with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the Endangered Species Act (ESA), critical areas ordinance (PMC 21.06) and flood protection ordinance (PMC 21.07), as well as any other applicable state, federal and local laws. Modification of land or vegetation, especially land filling that could reduce flood storage capacity, and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior government approval.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/17/2022


Wetland Lots 1 and 2 contain wetland areas and protective wetland buffers. Anote shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lotindicating: “This lot contains a wetland and/or wetland buffer that isprotected by federal,state and local regulations. A wetland is apermanently, semi-permanently, or seasonally flooded area of land witha distinct ecosystem based on hydrology, hydric soils, and vegetationadapted for life in water saturated soils. Wetlands provide numerousbenefits to the natural environment including water quality, floodcontrol, wildlife habitat, shoreline stability, and aesthetic values. Sincethe 1780s, Washington has lost 31 percent of its wetland areas, from1.35 million acres to 938,000 acres, contributing to loss of flood storageand habitat areas. Wetlands are critical to the overall health ofwatersheds and property owners are key for protecting, restoring, andmanaging our state's remaining wetland resources. Modification of landor vegetation and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictlyprohibited without prior government approval.” [short plat preliminarysite plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
10/04/2022


Prior to submittal to the city for final signatures, please add a 'Critical Area' note to denote the presence of a 'CRITICAL AREA ON SITE' on the face of the short plat (sheet 1). [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


- Update the site plan to include additional wetland critical areas and their buffers as appropriate (Confluence Third-Party Review of Critical Areas Assessment, pg. 4) - Update the site plan accordingly to address floodplain storage concerns (Confluence Third-Party Review of Critical Areas Assessment, pg. 6)[short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Please update the language of the short plat cover page to match the exact language of the City of Puyallup's template: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/13810/Short-Plat-Cover-Page-Template-2021-?bidId= Specifically, the acknowledgements, development engineering division, planning division sections [short plat, pg. 1]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Please remove the line: "a ____ note for each lot shall indicate:" from each critical area note. This part of the comment is an instruction rather than what needs to be stated on the plat. [short plat, pg. 2]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Delineate the existing lot lines using a heavy dashed line, and the proposed lot lines shown using a heavy solid line (PMC 19.02.100 (g)). In the most recent submittal, all the lines are heavy solid lines [short plat, pg. 2]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Please delineate the floodplain on the short plat site plan. (PMC 19.02.100 (o)) Boundaries and associated buffers, development envelopes, or other information for any critical areas as defined or required by Chapter 21.06 PMC; [short plat, pg. 2]
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Please see the full letter from Confluence Environmental Company which has conducted a third-party review of the August 2022 Critical Areas Assessment & Biological Evaluation letter by Habitat Technologies. (document title: Confluence Environmental Company Review 10172022 - 808 14th St SW)
External Agency Review No Comments 10/13/2022 10/20/2022
Nabila Comstock ((253) 770-3361)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
09/13/2022


Please see Confluence Environmental Company's comment letter titled "Confluence Environmental Company Review 07182022 - 808 14th St SW_3rd Party Review_CoPuyallup_Cycle 2_071822" under Documents & Images. Revisions to the report are required.
Sent to Confluence for review 10/04/22
Engineering Review Revisions Required 10/13/2022 10/13/2022
Anthony Hulse ((253) 841-5553)   Send Email
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Resolved
10/11/2022


The proposed short plat must be a surveyed plan on City of Puyallup Short plat template found here: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/13810/Short-Plat-Cover-Page-Template-2021-?bidId=Note that the survey map submitted has provided a good chunk of the required information outline in the short plat application. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


Provide a legend showing existing/proposed lot lines. The existing lot lines shall be shown using a heavy dashed line, whereas the proposed lines shall be a heavy solid line. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/11/2022


Provide owner's names as shown on the Title Report: Kristian J. Mullan and Joann C. Mullan. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/11/2022


Include the boundary and topographic survey as part of the short plat document. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


Provide a section discussing the following:How will the project deal with Lawn and Landscaped areas? Soil amendment.The proposed SFR and future shop may not just connect into the city storm system without evaluating List #2. If all BMP's are infeasible, the project may connect into the city storm system. prelim drainage report, pg 31
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Resolved
10/13/2022


Provide a calculation for the amount of fill proposed for the project and how the project will provide compensatory storage at equivalent elevations to that displaced. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


Provide existing and proposed areas for new, plus replaced hard surfaces. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


Include the updated geotech report with groundwater monitoring information so the preliminary stormater design can be determined. At this time, I can't determine if the flow control requirement is met or not. Provide an in depth breakdown of surfaces that can be modeled as pervious if infiltrated or dispersed per the Ecology manual. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


The WWHM calculation on page 36 speaks to a bypass basin. Show this on the basin map. [prelim drainage plan, pg 27]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


There are future plans for a shared driveway, single family home, carport, shed, etc. Fill out question 7. [SEPA, pg 3]. Document not resubmitted 3rd round of review.
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Resolved
10/11/2022


Add this note to the face of the short plat document. Prior to building permit issuance for each lot within this Short plat, individual lot Stormwater reports will need to be submitted to verify the calculations in the stormwater report submitted during Short Plat review. The stormwater reports submitted during building permit review are required to contain saturated hydraulic conductivity testing and ground water monitoring during the wet season in accordance with the currently adopted stormwater manual and City Standards.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/11/2022


Add this note to the face of the short plat document. No Building Permits will be issued for Lot 1 through Lot2 until City approved utility and road improvements are reviewed and approved to include curb, gutter, sidewalk, roadway base,pavement, water, sanitary sewer, storm infrastructure and street lighting.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/11/2022


Add this note to the face of the short plat document. A preliminary Storm Drainage Plan is on file for this short plat. No Building Permits will be issued for any lots in this short plat until all necessary drainage improvements are approved and permitted by Development Services Engineering. Compliance may require the property owner/builder to retain a Professional Engineer to design the stormwater controls for the individual lots.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/11/2022


Add this note to the face of the short plat document. NOTICE: This short plat contains a private storm drainage system. Private storm drainage systems are the sole responsibility of the owners, successors, and assignees for all lots being served by the private storm drainage system. Responsibility includes, but is not limited to, constructing, maintaining, and allowing City inspection of the private storm system in accordance with a separately recorded stormwater management facilities agreement recorded with Pierce County. Ref. AFN _______________? [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/11/2022


Add this note to the face of the short plat document. Erosion and stormwater control plans shall be required for any new residential development prior to building permit issuance on Lot 1 through Lot 2.? -No permanent structures(s) shall be erected within the easement area(s). Permanent structure(s) shall mean any concrete foundation, concrete slab, wall, rockery, pond,stream, building, deck, overhanging structure, fill material, tree, recreational sport court, carport, shed, private utility, fence, or other site improvement that restricts or unreasonably interferes with the need to access or construct utilities in said easements(s). Permanent structure(s) shall not mean improvements such as flowers, ground cover and shrubs less than 3-feet in height, lawn grass,asphalt paving, gravel, or other similar site improvements that do not prevent the access of men, material, and machinery across,along, and within the said easement area. Land restoration by the City within the said easement area due to construction, shall mean planting grass seed or grass sod, asphalt paving, or gravel unless otherwise determined by the City of Puyallup.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/11/2022


Add this note to the face of the short plat document. “The project site is designated a special flood hazardzone and was determined by examination of the Flood Insurance Rate Map(FIRM) Community PanelNumber 53053C0341E, dated March 7, 2017. Prior to final building inspection and approval, a FEMAElevation Certificate must be submitted and approved by the City of Puyallup Engineering ServicesDepartment verifying that the structure has been constructed and elevated in accordance with the City?sFloodplain Management Regulations.” "The project site is located in the regulated AE floodplain. Any newconstruction and substantial improvements in this zone must construct the lowest floor, includingbasement, a minimum one foot or more above the established base flood elevation. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


According to the submitted critical area assessment, an off-site wetland was found to the south of this project. Minimum requirement 8 must be evaluated for this project. [prelim storm report, pg 10]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


The project is proposing to construct greater than 5,000SF of new plus replaced hard surfaces. Minimum requirement 9 must be addressed as part of this project. An O&M manual can be submitted at the time of civil. For now, reference that MR 9 will be addressed at the time of civil application. [prelim storm report, pg 10]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


Provide a map legend [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


City standard details 01.02.12 requires a 3' paving from the driveway to any adjacent property lines. [short plat, pg 1]
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Resolved
10/13/2022


Minimum driveway width for a single family home is 15'. [short plat, pg 1]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Since the project is using List # 2 provide the in-feasibility criteria for each BMP for Roofs and Other Hard Surfaces. [Drainage Report, pg 10]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Show locations of splash blocks for the proposed shop. Splashblocks require a 50' flowpath. [site plan]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Create a note 14 that speaks to something similar to "This project is proposing to fill in the regulated AE floodplain. 1:1 compensatory storage to fill will be required. [short plat, pg 2]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Create a note 15 that speaks to the structure being required to provide a minimum of 2 flood openings, not having a total net area of not less than one square inch for every square foot of enclosed area subject to flooding. [short plat, pg 2].
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Show the existing 8" PVC pipe in this location and existing catch basin [short plat, pg 2
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


The proposed floodplain compensatory storage does not meet Puyallup Municipal Requirements, the project must provide compensatory storage located within the regulated AE floodplain at equivalent elevations to the fill. [site plan, pg 1]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Provide the elevations that fill will be placed. The compensatory storage must be provided at equivalent elevations of that of the fill. [site plan, pg 1]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Provide the finish floor elevation of the proposed structure. [site plan, pg1]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Provide a table breaking down the new plus replaced hard surfaces, with pollution generating hard surfaces (PGHS) being there own category. I measured 5,569SF of PGHS. See grading plan. [drainage report, pg 10]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Provide the driveway BMP flow path lengths on the plans. [site plan, pg 1]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Provide preliminary calculations for the driveway dispersion BMP's. Additionally, it does not appear that there is an adequate flowpath for splashblocks for the carport building, a dispersion trench may be necessary. [drainage report, pg 10]
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Carried Forward
12/05/2022


Show the existing lot lines using a heavy dashed line, and proposed lot lines using a heavy solid line. [short plat, pg 2]
Building Review No Comments 10/13/2022 10/06/2022
David Leahy ((253) 435-3618)   Send Email
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Outstanding
10/11/2022


Provide a calculation for the number of splashblocks required for the future shop. [site plan]
Fire Review No Comments 10/13/2022 10/04/2022
Ray Cockerham ((253) 841-5585)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
10/04/2022


Incomplete Resubmittal - Please respond to all comments. 1. Boundary Line may need to move move North. 2. 3' required from property line to driveway that runs to future shop. 3. 20' driveway is our standard, 15' paved with 2-1/2' gravel shoulders. 4. "NOTE" Future shop would not be allowed to be an ADU unless driveway width and a fire truck turn-around are in compliance. 5. Provide new site plan showing all requirements in order to receive a proper Fire Review. Current plan can not be accepted. See Plat Document 22001-D-SHPL-2022-08-22
Engineering Review Revisions Required 07/22/2022 07/19/2022
Nabila Comstock ((253) 770-3361)   Send Email
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Carried Forward
09/13/2022


The proposed short plat must be a surveyed plan on City of Puyallup Short plat template found here: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/13810/Short-Plat-Cover-Page-Template-2021-?bidId=Note that the survey map submitted has provided a good chunk of the required information outline in the short plat application. [short plat, pg 1]
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09/13/2022


Provide a legend showing existing/proposed lot lines. The existing lot lines shall be shown using a heavy dashed line, whereas the proposed lines shall be a heavy solid line. [short plat, pg 1]
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Provide owner's names as shown on the Title Report: Kristian J. Mullan and Joann C. Mullan. [short plat, pg 1]
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Include the boundary and topographic survey as part of the short plat document. [short plat, pg 1]
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Provide a section discussing the following:How will the project deal with Lawn and Landscaped areas? Soil amendment.The proposed SFR and future shop may not just connect into the city storm system without evaluating List #2. If all BMP's are infeasible, the project may connect into the city storm system. prelim drainage report, pg 31
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Provide a calculation for the amount of fill proposed for the project and how the project will provide compensatory storage at equivalent elevations to that displaced. [short plat, pg 1]
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Provide existing and proposed areas for new, plus replaced hard surfaces. [short plat, pg 1]
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Include the updated geotech report with groundwater monitoring information so the preliminary stormater design can be determined. At this time, I can't determine if the flow control requirement is met or not. Provide an in depth breakdown of surfaces that can be modeled as pervious if infiltrated or dispersed per the Ecology manual. [short plat, pg 1]
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The WWHM calculation on page 36 speaks to a bypass basin. Show this on the basin map. [prelim drainage plan, pg 27]
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There are future plans for a shared driveway, single family home, carport, shed, etc. Fill out question 7. [SEPA, pg 3]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. Prior to building permit issuance for each lot within this Short plat, individual lot Stormwater reports will need to be submitted to verify the calculations in the stormwater report submitted during Short Plat review. The stormwater reports submitted during building permit review are required to contain saturated hydraulic conductivity testing and ground water monitoring during the wet season in accordance with the currently adopted stormwater manual and City Standards.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. No Building Permits will be issued for Lot 1 through Lot2 until City approved utility and road improvements are reviewed and approved to include curb, gutter, sidewalk, roadway base,pavement, water, sanitary sewer, storm infrastructure and street lighting.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. A preliminary Storm Drainage Plan is on file for this short plat. No Building Permits will be issued for any lots in this short plat until all necessary drainage improvements are approved and permitted by Development Services Engineering. Compliance may require the property owner/builder to retain a Professional Engineer to design the stormwater controls for the individual lots.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. NOTICE: This short plat contains a private storm drainage system. Private storm drainage systems are the sole responsibility of the owners, successors, and assignees for all lots being served by the private storm drainage system. Responsibility includes, but is not limited to, constructing, maintaining, and allowing City inspection of the private storm system in accordance with a separately recorded stormwater management facilities agreement recorded with Pierce County. Ref. AFN _______________? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. Erosion and stormwater control plans shall be required for any new residential development prior to building permit issuance on Lot 1 through Lot 2.? -No permanent structures(s) shall be erected within the easement area(s). Permanent structure(s) shall mean any concrete foundation, concrete slab, wall, rockery, pond,stream, building, deck, overhanging structure, fill material, tree, recreational sport court, carport, shed, private utility, fence, or other site improvement that restricts or unreasonably interferes with the need to access or construct utilities in said easements(s). Permanent structure(s) shall not mean improvements such as flowers, ground cover and shrubs less than 3-feet in height, lawn grass,asphalt paving, gravel, or other similar site improvements that do not prevent the access of men, material, and machinery across,along, and within the said easement area. Land restoration by the City within the said easement area due to construction, shall mean planting grass seed or grass sod, asphalt paving, or gravel unless otherwise determined by the City of Puyallup.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. “The project site is designated a special flood hazardzone and was determined by examination of the Flood Insurance Rate Map(FIRM) Community PanelNumber 53053C0341E, dated March 7, 2017. Prior to final building inspection and approval, a FEMAElevation Certificate must be submitted and approved by the City of Puyallup Engineering ServicesDepartment verifying that the structure has been constructed and elevated in accordance with the City?sFloodplain Management Regulations.” "The project site is located in the regulated AE floodplain. Any newconstruction and substantial improvements in this zone must construct the lowest floor, includingbasement, a minimum one foot or more above the established base flood elevation. [short plat, pg 1]
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According to the submitted critical area assessment, an off-site wetland was found to the south of this project. Minimum requirement 8 must be evaluated for this project. [prelim storm report, pg 10]
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The project is proposing to construct greater than 5,000SF of new plus replaced hard surfaces. Minimum requirement 9 must be addressed as part of this project. An O&M manual can be submitted at the time of civil. For now, reference that MR 9 will be addressed at the time of civil application. [prelim storm report, pg 10]
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Provide a map legend [short plat, pg 1]
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City standard details 01.02.12 requires a 3' paving from the driveway to any adjacent property lines. [short plat, pg 1]
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Minimum driveway width for a single family home is 15'. [short plat, pg 1]
See email titled: PLSHP20220003 DRT Letter #1 Hi Cheryl, Yes, you should be able to submit the updated critical area report as a re-submittal (submittal 2). I will then send the critical area report to our third-party consultant for review and comments. I will send you their comments once they’ve completed their review. After you’ve updated your survey map based on their responses and our comments from the first DRT letter, you can submit for a third re-submittal. I’ve mapped it out as follows: Submittal 1: Original submittal; survey map, critical area reports, etc. DRT letter 1 has already been sent. Submittal 2 (proposed): Only updated critical area report so you can receive comments – We will void all reviews except for “external agency” (third party consultant) Submittal 3 (future): Updated survey map with adjustments made based on Confluence’s comments. – Staff will review as normal I’ve CC’d our permit center and other reviewers on this e-mail as well so they are informed of what you are proposing to do for your second submittal. I cannot speak on a timeframe for our third-party’s review yet. I can ask them what their timeline is once we send out the report. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you, Nabila Comstock
Planning Review Revisions Required 07/22/2022 07/19/2022
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Prior to submittal to the city for final signatures, please add a 'Critical Area' note to denote the presence of a'CRITICAL AREA ON SITE' on the face of the short plat (sheet 1).Aquifer Recharge AreaLots 1 and 2 contain critical aquifer recharge areas. A critical aquifer recharge area note for each affected lot shallindicate: “The site is within a high susceptibility/critical aquifer recharge area. Uses and activities on this site shallcomply with the city?s critical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XI). Activities that do notcause degradation of ground water quality and will not adversely affect the recharging of the aquifer may bepermitted in a critical aquifer recharge area and do not require preparation of a critical area report; provided,thatthey comply with the city storm water management regulations and other applicable local, state and federalregulations.”Volcanic Hazard Area Lots 1 and 2 contain a volcanic hazard area. A volcanic hazard area note for each lot affected shall indicate: “Thesite is within a volcanic hazard area. In the event of an eruption of Mt. Rainier, the site is expected to beinundated by pyroclastic flows, lava flows, debris avalanche, inundation by debris flows, lahars, mudflows, orrelated flooding resulting from volcanic activities. Uses and activities on this site shall comply with the city'scritical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XII, section 21.06.1260, or succeedingsection,regarding volcanic hazard areas.” Floodplain Lot 1 and 2 contain 100-year floodplain areas. A note shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lotindicating: “This lot contains a 100-year floodplain areas, containing a 1% chance every year of flooding/inundationthat could affect life, property, structures and improvements. All development and land modifications of floodplainareas requires city approval and consistency with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the EndangeredSpecies Act (ESA), critical areas ordinance (PMC 21.06) and flood protection ordinance (PMC 21.07), as well asany other applicable state, federal and local laws. Modification of land or vegetation, especially land filling thatcould reduce flood storage capacity, and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited withoutprior government approval.” Wetland Lots 1 and 2 contain wetland areas and protective wetland buffers. A note shall be included on the face of the platfor each affected lot indicating: “This lot contains a wetland and/or wetland buffer that is protected byfederal,state and local regulations. A wetland is a permanently, semi-permanently, or seasonally flooded area ofland with a distinct ecosystem based on hydrology, hydric soils, and vegetation adapted for life in water saturatedsoils. Wetlands provide numerous benefits to the natural environment including water quality, flood control,wildlife habitat, shoreline stability, and aesthetic values. Since the 1780s, Washington has lost 31 percent of itswetland areas, from 1.35 million acres to 938,000 acres, contributing to loss of flood storage and habitat areas.Wetlands are critical to the overall health of watersheds and property owners are key for protecting, restoring,and managing our state's remaining wetland resources. Modification of land or vegetation and/orencroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior government approval.” [short platpreliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Native Vegetation Protection Easement Areas (PMC 19.12.070)- 14th St SW is designated as a minor collector roadway according to the city'scomprehensive plan. Per PMC 19.12.070(a), a 15-foot vegetative buffer required alongcollector roadways. As a result, a 15-foot buffer area is required along the frontage ofLot 1. The buffer area shall be placed into a “Native Vegetation Protection Easement(NVPE)” shown on the short plat drawing. The following note must also be added tothe face of the short plat (sheet 1):“A 15-foot “Native Vegetation Protection Easement (NVPE)” area is required along thefrontage of Lot 1. The NVPE is meant to promote the visual quality of the streetscapesand provide additional buffering from major street corridors. A landscape plan meetingcity standards shall be provided by the applicant and the following shall berequired:-The NVPE shall be preserved in accordance with a final landscape plan andshall not b emodified, disturbed or otherwise displaced without prior approval fromthe city's Planning Department; and, -It is the right of the city to enforce the terms ofthe restriction in the easement area.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Please see the attached memorandum from Confluence Environmental Company who has conducted a third-party review of the October 2021 Critical Areas Assessment - Biological Evaluation letter by Habitat Technologies. - Please have Habitat Technologies address the recommendations made by Confluence in an updated habitat assessment report- Please have Barghausen address recommendations made by Confluence in an updated Storm Water Site Plan. The Storm Water Site Plan did not discuss the amount of floodplain fill associated with the project or the quantity and location of floodplain storage created by the project. Report should be updated to fully address the code requirements. [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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- Please submit the proposed short plat along with the completed City of Puyallup Short Plat template linked below:http://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/13810/Short-Plat-Cover-Page-Template-2021-?bidId= [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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- Add the name and address of the owners to the face of the plat (sheet 1) (PMC 19.02.100 (a).) - Provide the legal description of the existing and proposed lots (PMC 19.02.100 (b)).- Provide the parcel number for the existing parcel at 808 14th St SW (PMC 19.02.100 (c)).- Delineate the existing lot lines using a heavy dashed line, and the proposed lot lines shown using a heavy solid line (PMC 19.02.100 (g)).- Move the square footage of proposed Lot 1 to be outside the approximate building outline of the future SFR (PMC 19.02.100 (h,k)).- Include the accurate location and dimensions/square footage of all existing and proposed structures, septic systems and utility services, and the distance between structures, improvements and utilities to the adjoining proposed lot lines (PMC 19.02.100 (l)).- Include contour lines to address the topography on the low by showing existing and proposed contours at five-foot contour intervals except for any portion of the site containing slopes of 15 percent or greater which shall be shown at two-foot contour intervals. The contour intervals shall extend at least 100 feet beyond the boundaries of the site (PMC 19.02.100 (m)).- Update the site plan to delineate the boundaries and associated buffers, development envelopes, or other information for any critical areas as defined or required by Chapter 21.06 PMC (PMC 19.02.100 (o)). [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Aquifer Recharge AreaLots 1 and 2 contain critical aquifer recharge areas. A critical aquiferrecharge area note for each affected lot shall indicate: “The site iswithin a high susceptibility/critical aquifer recharge area. Uses andactivities on this site shall comply with the city?s critical area ordinance(Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XI). Activities that do not causedegradation of ground water quality and will not adversely affect therecharging of the aquifer may be permitted in a critical aquifer rechargearea and do not require preparation of a critical area report;provided,that they comply with the city storm water managementregulations and other applicable local, state and federal regulations." [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Volcanic Hazard Area Lots 1 and 2 contain a volcanic hazard area. A volcanic hazard area notefor each lot affected shall indicate: “The site is within a volcanic hazardarea. In the event of an eruption of Mt. Rainier, the site is expected tobe inundated by pyroclastic flows, lava flows, debris avalanche,inundation by debris flows, lahars, mudflows, or related floodingresulting from volcanic activities. Uses and activities on this site shallcomply with the city's critical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code21.06, Article XII, section 21.06.1260, or succeeding section,regardingvolcanic hazard areas.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Floodplain Lot 1 and 2 contain 100-year floodplain areas. A note shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lot indicating: “This lot contains a 100-year floodplain areas, containing a 1% chance every year of flooding/inundation that could affect life, property, structures and improvements. All development and land modifications of floodplain areas requires city approval and consistency with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the Endangered Species Act (ESA), critical areas ordinance (PMC 21.06) and flood protection ordinance (PMC 21.07), as well as any other applicable state, federal and local laws. Modification of land or vegetation, especially land filling that could reduce flood storage capacity, and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior government approval.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Wetland Lots 1 and 2 contain wetland areas and protective wetland buffers. Anote shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lotindicating: “This lot contains a wetland and/or wetland buffer that isprotected by federal,state and local regulations. A wetland is apermanently, semi-permanently, or seasonally flooded area of land witha distinct ecosystem based on hydrology, hydric soils, and vegetationadapted for life in water saturated soils. Wetlands provide numerousbenefits to the natural environment including water quality, floodcontrol, wildlife habitat, shoreline stability, and aesthetic values. Sincethe 1780s, Washington has lost 31 percent of its wetland areas, from1.35 million acres to 938,000 acres, contributing to loss of flood storageand habitat areas. Wetlands are critical to the overall health ofwatersheds and property owners are key for protecting, restoring, andmanaging our state's remaining wetland resources. Modification of landor vegetation and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictlyprohibited without prior government approval.” [short plat preliminarysite plan, pg. 1]
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Prior to submittal to the city for final signatures, please add a 'Critical Area' note to denote the presence of a 'CRITICAL AREA ON SITE' on the face of the short plat (sheet 1). [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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- Update the site plan to include additional wetland critical areas and their buffers as appropriate (Confluence Third-Party Review of Critical Areas Assessment, pg. 4) - Update the site plan accordingly to address floodplain storage concerns (Confluence Third-Party Review of Critical Areas Assessment, pg. 6)[short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
Fire Review Revisions Required 07/22/2022 07/19/2022
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Incomplete Resubmittal - Please respond to all comments. 1. Boundary Line may need to move move North. 2. 3' required from property line to driveway that runs to future shop. 3. 20' driveway is our standard, 15' paved with 2-1/2' gravel shoulders. 4. "NOTE" Future shop would not be allowed to be an ADU unless driveway width and a fire truck turn-around are in compliance. 5. Provide new site plan showing all requirements in order to receive a proper Fire Review. Current plan can not be accepted.
External Agency Review Revisions Required 07/22/2022 07/19/2022
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Please see Confluence Environmental Company's comment letter titled "Confluence Environmental Company Review 07182022 - 808 14th St SW_3rd Party Review_CoPuyallup_Cycle 2_071822" under Documents & Images. Revisions to the report are required.
Building Review VOID 07/22/2022 07/13/2022
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Engineering Traffic Review Revisions Required 07/22/2022 06/30/2022
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The city has adopted a City-Wide Traffic Impact Fee of $4,500 per single family home. Final fees will be calculated and assessed by the City at the time of building permit issuance. Park impact fee was established by Ordinance 3142 dated July 3, 2017 and shall be charged per new dwelling unit based on its size Per Puyallup Municipal Code Section 11.08.135, the applicant/owner would be expected to construct half-street improvements including curb, gutter, planter strip, sidewalk, roadway base, and pavement. Any existing improvements which are damaged now or during construction, or which do not meet current City Standards, shall be replaced. -To facilitate future streetlights, conduit and junction boxes will be required along frontage (lots 1 & 2). ADA compliant driveway approach is required for access. 14th St SW along the site is designated as a minor collector. City standards (Section 101.10.1) require minimum spacing of 150 feet. -Since this parcel already has two existing driveways, the existing single access will be allowed for this new lot.
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Second submittal not reviewed by Traffic... only going to 3rd party consultant for this round
Engineering Traffic Review Revisions Required 03/24/2022 04/11/2022
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The city has adopted a City-Wide Traffic Impact Fee of $4,500 per single family home. Final fees will be calculated and assessed by the City at the time of building permit issuance. Park impact fee was established by Ordinance 3142 dated July 3, 2017 and shall be charged per new dwelling unit based on its size Per Puyallup Municipal Code Section 11.08.135, the applicant/owner would be expected to construct half-street improvements including curb, gutter, planter strip, sidewalk, roadway base, and pavement. Any existing improvements which are damaged now or during construction, or which do not meet current City Standards, shall be replaced. -To facilitate future streetlights, conduit and junction boxes will be required along frontage (lots 1 & 2). ADA compliant driveway approach is required for access. 14th St SW along the site is designated as a minor collector. City standards (Section 101.10.1) require minimum spacing of 150 feet. -Since this parcel already has two existing driveways, the existing single access will be allowed for this new lot.
Planning Review Revisions Required 03/24/2022 03/24/2022
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Prior to submittal to the city for final signatures, please add a 'Critical Area' note to denote the presence of a'CRITICAL AREA ON SITE' on the face of the short plat (sheet 1).Aquifer Recharge AreaLots 1 and 2 contain critical aquifer recharge areas. A critical aquifer recharge area note for each affected lot shallindicate: “The site is within a high susceptibility/critical aquifer recharge area. Uses and activities on this site shallcomply with the city?s critical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XI). Activities that do notcause degradation of ground water quality and will not adversely affect the recharging of the aquifer may bepermitted in a critical aquifer recharge area and do not require preparation of a critical area report; provided,thatthey comply with the city storm water management regulations and other applicable local, state and federalregulations.”Volcanic Hazard Area Lots 1 and 2 contain a volcanic hazard area. A volcanic hazard area note for each lot affected shall indicate: “Thesite is within a volcanic hazard area. In the event of an eruption of Mt. Rainier, the site is expected to beinundated by pyroclastic flows, lava flows, debris avalanche, inundation by debris flows, lahars, mudflows, orrelated flooding resulting from volcanic activities. Uses and activities on this site shall comply with the city'scritical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XII, section 21.06.1260, or succeedingsection,regarding volcanic hazard areas.” Floodplain Lot 1 and 2 contain 100-year floodplain areas. A note shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lotindicating: “This lot contains a 100-year floodplain areas, containing a 1% chance every year of flooding/inundationthat could affect life, property, structures and improvements. All development and land modifications of floodplainareas requires city approval and consistency with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the EndangeredSpecies Act (ESA), critical areas ordinance (PMC 21.06) and flood protection ordinance (PMC 21.07), as well asany other applicable state, federal and local laws. Modification of land or vegetation, especially land filling thatcould reduce flood storage capacity, and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited withoutprior government approval.” Wetland Lots 1 and 2 contain wetland areas and protective wetland buffers. A note shall be included on the face of the platfor each affected lot indicating: “This lot contains a wetland and/or wetland buffer that is protected byfederal,state and local regulations. A wetland is a permanently, semi-permanently, or seasonally flooded area ofland with a distinct ecosystem based on hydrology, hydric soils, and vegetation adapted for life in water saturatedsoils. Wetlands provide numerous benefits to the natural environment including water quality, flood control,wildlife habitat, shoreline stability, and aesthetic values. Since the 1780s, Washington has lost 31 percent of itswetland areas, from 1.35 million acres to 938,000 acres, contributing to loss of flood storage and habitat areas.Wetlands are critical to the overall health of watersheds and property owners are key for protecting, restoring,and managing our state's remaining wetland resources. Modification of land or vegetation and/orencroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior government approval.” [short platpreliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Native Vegetation Protection Easement Areas (PMC 19.12.070)- 14th St SW is designated as a minor collector roadway according to the city'scomprehensive plan. Per PMC 19.12.070(a), a 15-foot vegetative buffer required alongcollector roadways. As a result, a 15-foot buffer area is required along the frontage ofLot 1. The buffer area shall be placed into a “Native Vegetation Protection Easement(NVPE)” shown on the short plat drawing. The following note must also be added tothe face of the short plat (sheet 1):“A 15-foot “Native Vegetation Protection Easement (NVPE)” area is required along thefrontage of Lot 1. The NVPE is meant to promote the visual quality of the streetscapesand provide additional buffering from major street corridors. A landscape plan meetingcity standards shall be provided by the applicant and the following shall berequired:-The NVPE shall be preserved in accordance with a final landscape plan andshall not b emodified, disturbed or otherwise displaced without prior approval fromthe city's Planning Department; and, -It is the right of the city to enforce the terms ofthe restriction in the easement area.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Please see the attached memorandum from Confluence Environmental Company who has conducted a third-party review of the October 2021 Critical Areas Assessment - Biological Evaluation letter by Habitat Technologies. - Please have Habitat Technologies address the recommendations made by Confluence in an updated habitat assessment report- Please have Barghausen address recommendations made by Confluence in an updated Storm Water Site Plan. The Storm Water Site Plan did not discuss the amount of floodplain fill associated with the project or the quantity and location of floodplain storage created by the project. Report should be updated to fully address the code requirements. [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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- Please submit the proposed short plat along with the completed City of Puyallup Short Plat template linked below:http://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/13810/Short-Plat-Cover-Page-Template-2021-?bidId= [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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- Add the name and address of the owners to the face of the plat (sheet 1) (PMC 19.02.100 (a).) - Provide the legal description of the existing and proposed lots (PMC 19.02.100 (b)).- Provide the parcel number for the existing parcel at 808 14th St SW (PMC 19.02.100 (c)).- Delineate the existing lot lines using a heavy dashed line, and the proposed lot lines shown using a heavy solid line (PMC 19.02.100 (g)).- Move the square footage of proposed Lot 1 to be outside the approximate building outline of the future SFR (PMC 19.02.100 (h,k)).- Include the accurate location and dimensions/square footage of all existing and proposed structures, septic systems and utility services, and the distance between structures, improvements and utilities to the adjoining proposed lot lines (PMC 19.02.100 (l)).- Include contour lines to address the topography on the low by showing existing and proposed contours at five-foot contour intervals except for any portion of the site containing slopes of 15 percent or greater which shall be shown at two-foot contour intervals. The contour intervals shall extend at least 100 feet beyond the boundaries of the site (PMC 19.02.100 (m)).- Update the site plan to delineate the boundaries and associated buffers, development envelopes, or other information for any critical areas as defined or required by Chapter 21.06 PMC (PMC 19.02.100 (o)). [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Aquifer Recharge AreaLots 1 and 2 contain critical aquifer recharge areas. A critical aquiferrecharge area note for each affected lot shall indicate: “The site iswithin a high susceptibility/critical aquifer recharge area. Uses andactivities on this site shall comply with the city?s critical area ordinance(Puyallup Municipal Code 21.06, Article XI). Activities that do not causedegradation of ground water quality and will not adversely affect therecharging of the aquifer may be permitted in a critical aquifer rechargearea and do not require preparation of a critical area report;provided,that they comply with the city storm water managementregulations and other applicable local, state and federal regulations." [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Volcanic Hazard Area Lots 1 and 2 contain a volcanic hazard area. A volcanic hazard area notefor each lot affected shall indicate: “The site is within a volcanic hazardarea. In the event of an eruption of Mt. Rainier, the site is expected tobe inundated by pyroclastic flows, lava flows, debris avalanche,inundation by debris flows, lahars, mudflows, or related floodingresulting from volcanic activities. Uses and activities on this site shallcomply with the city's critical area ordinance (Puyallup Municipal Code21.06, Article XII, section 21.06.1260, or succeeding section,regardingvolcanic hazard areas.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Floodplain Lot 1 and 2 contain 100-year floodplain areas. A note shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lot indicating: “This lot contains a 100-year floodplain areas, containing a 1% chance every year of flooding/inundation that could affect life, property, structures and improvements. All development and land modifications of floodplain areas requires city approval and consistency with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the Endangered Species Act (ESA), critical areas ordinance (PMC 21.06) and flood protection ordinance (PMC 21.07), as well as any other applicable state, federal and local laws. Modification of land or vegetation, especially land filling that could reduce flood storage capacity, and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior government approval.” [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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Wetland Lots 1 and 2 contain wetland areas and protective wetland buffers. Anote shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lotindicating: “This lot contains a wetland and/or wetland buffer that isprotected by federal,state and local regulations. A wetland is apermanently, semi-permanently, or seasonally flooded area of land witha distinct ecosystem based on hydrology, hydric soils, and vegetationadapted for life in water saturated soils. Wetlands provide numerousbenefits to the natural environment including water quality, floodcontrol, wildlife habitat, shoreline stability, and aesthetic values. Sincethe 1780s, Washington has lost 31 percent of its wetland areas, from1.35 million acres to 938,000 acres, contributing to loss of flood storageand habitat areas. Wetlands are critical to the overall health ofwatersheds and property owners are key for protecting, restoring, andmanaging our state's remaining wetland resources. Modification of landor vegetation and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictlyprohibited without prior government approval.” [short plat preliminarysite plan, pg. 1]
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Prior to submittal to the city for final signatures, please add a 'Critical Area' note to denote the presence of a 'CRITICAL AREA ON SITE' on the face of the short plat (sheet 1). [short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
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- Update the site plan to include additional wetland critical areas and their buffers as appropriate (Confluence Third-Party Review of Critical Areas Assessment, pg. 4) - Update the site plan accordingly to address floodplain storage concerns (Confluence Third-Party Review of Critical Areas Assessment, pg. 6)[short plat preliminary site plan, pg. 1]
Fire Review Revisions Required 03/24/2022 03/23/2022
David Drake ((253) 864-4171)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
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1. Boundary Line may need to move move North. 2. 3' required from property line to driveway that runs to future shop. 3. 20' driveway is our standard, 15' paved with 2-1/2' gravel shoulders. 4. "NOTE" Future shop would not be allowed to be an ADU unless driveway width and a fire truck turn-around are in compliance. 5. Provide new site plan showing all requirements in order to receive a proper Fire Review. Current plan can not be accepted.
Engineering Review Revisions Required 03/24/2022 03/23/2022
Anthony Hulse ((253) 841-5553)   Send Email
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The proposed short plat must be a surveyed plan on City of Puyallup Short plat template found here: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/13810/Short-Plat-Cover-Page-Template-2021-?bidId=Note that the survey map submitted has provided a good chunk of the required information outline in the short plat application. [short plat, pg 1]
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Provide a legend showing existing/proposed lot lines. The existing lot lines shall be shown using a heavy dashed line, whereas the proposed lines shall be a heavy solid line. [short plat, pg 1]
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Provide owner's names as shown on the Title Report: Kristian J. Mullan and Joann C. Mullan. [short plat, pg 1]
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Include the boundary and topographic survey as part of the short plat document. [short plat, pg 1]
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Provide a section discussing the following:How will the project deal with Lawn and Landscaped areas? Soil amendment.The proposed SFR and future shop may not just connect into the city storm system without evaluating List #2. If all BMP's are infeasible, the project may connect into the city storm system. prelim drainage report, pg 31
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Provide a calculation for the amount of fill proposed for the project and how the project will provide compensatory storage at equivalent elevations to that displaced. [short plat, pg 1]
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Provide existing and proposed areas for new, plus replaced hard surfaces. [short plat, pg 1]
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Include the updated geotech report with groundwater monitoring information so the preliminary stormater design can be determined. At this time, I can't determine if the flow control requirement is met or not. Provide an in depth breakdown of surfaces that can be modeled as pervious if infiltrated or dispersed per the Ecology manual. [short plat, pg 1]
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The WWHM calculation on page 36 speaks to a bypass basin. Show this on the basin map. [prelim drainage plan, pg 27]
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There are future plans for a shared driveway, single family home, carport, shed, etc. Fill out question 7. [SEPA, pg 3]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. Prior to building permit issuance for each lot within this Short plat, individual lot Stormwater reports will need to be submitted to verify the calculations in the stormwater report submitted during Short Plat review. The stormwater reports submitted during building permit review are required to contain saturated hydraulic conductivity testing and ground water monitoring during the wet season in accordance with the currently adopted stormwater manual and City Standards.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. No Building Permits will be issued for Lot 1 through Lot2 until City approved utility and road improvements are reviewed and approved to include curb, gutter, sidewalk, roadway base,pavement, water, sanitary sewer, storm infrastructure and street lighting.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. A preliminary Storm Drainage Plan is on file for this short plat. No Building Permits will be issued for any lots in this short plat until all necessary drainage improvements are approved and permitted by Development Services Engineering. Compliance may require the property owner/builder to retain a Professional Engineer to design the stormwater controls for the individual lots.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. NOTICE: This short plat contains a private storm drainage system. Private storm drainage systems are the sole responsibility of the owners, successors, and assignees for all lots being served by the private storm drainage system. Responsibility includes, but is not limited to, constructing, maintaining, and allowing City inspection of the private storm system in accordance with a separately recorded stormwater management facilities agreement recorded with Pierce County. Ref. AFN _______________? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. Erosion and stormwater control plans shall be required for any new residential development prior to building permit issuance on Lot 1 through Lot 2.? -No permanent structures(s) shall be erected within the easement area(s). Permanent structure(s) shall mean any concrete foundation, concrete slab, wall, rockery, pond,stream, building, deck, overhanging structure, fill material, tree, recreational sport court, carport, shed, private utility, fence, or other site improvement that restricts or unreasonably interferes with the need to access or construct utilities in said easements(s). Permanent structure(s) shall not mean improvements such as flowers, ground cover and shrubs less than 3-feet in height, lawn grass,asphalt paving, gravel, or other similar site improvements that do not prevent the access of men, material, and machinery across,along, and within the said easement area. Land restoration by the City within the said easement area due to construction, shall mean planting grass seed or grass sod, asphalt paving, or gravel unless otherwise determined by the City of Puyallup.? [short plat, pg 1]
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Add this note to the face of the short plat document. “The project site is designated a special flood hazardzone and was determined by examination of the Flood Insurance Rate Map(FIRM) Community PanelNumber 53053C0341E, dated March 7, 2017. Prior to final building inspection and approval, a FEMAElevation Certificate must be submitted and approved by the City of Puyallup Engineering ServicesDepartment verifying that the structure has been constructed and elevated in accordance with the City?sFloodplain Management Regulations.” "The project site is located in the regulated AE floodplain. Any newconstruction and substantial improvements in this zone must construct the lowest floor, includingbasement, a minimum one foot or more above the established base flood elevation. [short plat, pg 1]
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According to the submitted critical area assessment, an off-site wetland was found to the south of this project. Minimum requirement 8 must be evaluated for this project. [prelim storm report, pg 10]
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The project is proposing to construct greater than 5,000SF of new plus replaced hard surfaces. Minimum requirement 9 must be addressed as part of this project. An O&M manual can be submitted at the time of civil. For now, reference that MR 9 will be addressed at the time of civil application. [prelim storm report, pg 10]
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Provide a map legend [short plat, pg 1]
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City standard details 01.02.12 requires a 3' paving from the driveway to any adjacent property lines. [short plat, pg 1]
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Minimum driveway width for a single family home is 15'. [short plat, pg 1]
External Agency Review Revisions Required 03/24/2022 03/22/2022
Nabila Comstock ((253) 770-3361)   Send Email
Habitat Assessment and Preliminary Storm Water Site Plan reviewed by Confluence. Report attached 03/17/2022
Building Review No Response 03/24/2022 03/17/2022
David Leahy ((253) 435-3618)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
03/17/2022


Fees

Paid Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
Short Plat Application Fee $690.00 $690.00 Paid 01/28/2022
Outstanding Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
No outstanding fees.


Application(s) will not be processed until outstanding fees have been paid in full.

$0.00

Meetings

There are no hearings for this planning application.

Conditions

Condition Status Department Category Expiration Date Due Date
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services
: 1. When ready to submit for the building permits for the houses, plans must be complete with all building, plumbing, mechanical, and energy code requirements per the Codes in place at the time a complete submittals. 2. Since this is in a flood plain plans must clearly indicate the proper height of the foundation and flood venting per all the requirements of the current IRC at the time of submittals. 3. Must submit all truss specs, sealed by the truss engineer and a truss layout page that will match the plans at time of submittal. 4. Provide a Geo-Tech report for the property with submittals for the houses.
Miscellaneous Planning Condition Resolved Planning Division
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Miscellaneous Condition Resolved Development & Permitting Services Prior to Issuance
: Revise notes 14 and 15 to include both lots 1 and 2 as the regulated floodplain exists on both lots 1 and 2.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Building Permit Application
: The development must record a covenant prior to issuance of the building permit for lot 1 to preserve the floodplain compensatory storage area as long as fill is proposed within the floodplain.
Return copy of final recorded short plat Resolved Planning Division Submit With Building Permit Application
: Return official copy of final recorded plat document to City within 1 year of issuance of final DRT letter. Return form and recording instructions can be found at www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/14858/SHORT-PLAT-RECORDING-FORM?bidId=. No building permits can be applied for until this official document is returned to the City.

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Documents & Images

Date Uploaded File Type Name
04/13/2022 Other 22001-D-GRAD & UTIL-2022-01-20-PRLM (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Other 22001-CI-Puyallup-COMM-MTNG-PreAPPL-2021-07-22 (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Other 22001-F-SEPA-2022-01-20-signed (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Other 22001-R-DRNG-2022-01-11 (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Other 22001-R-GEOT-2021-12-17-Earth Solutions (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Map 22001-D-SURV-BDRY-TOPO-2021-10-27 (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Report 22001-T-Title Report-2022-01-12 (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Report 22001-R-Critical Area & Habitiat-2021-10-18 (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Form 22001-F-CA-2022-01-20-signed (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Plans 22001-D-SITE-2022-01-20-PRLM (Flattened)
04/13/2022 Form 22001-F-SP-App-2022-01-20-signed (Flattened)
01/28/2022 Receipt Receipt for transaction: 2022-000148
02/07/2022 Letter PLSHP20220003 Complete Application Letter
02/07/2022 Letter Application Accepted Letter
02/09/2022 Letter Notice of Application Mailer
02/09/2022 PLSHP20220003 Notice of Application Mailer
02/17/2022 PLSHP20220003 NOA DECLARATION OF SIGN POSTING-2022-02-14
03/04/2022 NOA Response | Nisqually Indian Tribe 02112022
03/04/2022 NOA Response | Department of Ecology 02252022
03/04/2022 NOA Response | Tacoma Pierce County Health Department 02252022
03/04/2022 NOA Response | Squaxin Island Tribe 02162022
03/04/2022 NOA Response | Pierce County 02102022
03/21/2022 Confluence Environmental Company 808 14th St SW_3rd Party Review_CoPuyallup_031722
04/13/2022 PLSHP20220003 DRT Letter 1 - Sent 04132022
04/15/2022 PLSHP20220003 NOA TNT Published 02112022
04/15/2022 PLSHP20220003 AFFIDAVIT OF NOTICE OF APPLICATION
07/19/2022 Report 22001-CO-puyallup-response-2022-06-17 (Flattened)
07/19/2022 Report 22001-R-Hydrology Monitoring-2022-06-17 (Flattened)
06/21/2022 PLSHP20220003 Review Phasing
07/19/2022 Confluence Environmental Company Review 07182022 - 808 14th St SW_3rd Party Review_CoPuyallup_Cycle 2_071822
07/19/2022 Letter DRT Letter #2 07192022
10/28/2022 Other 22001-S-3rd Comment Response-2022-09-12 (Flattened)
10/28/2022 Other 22001-D-GRAD & UTIL-2022-09-12 (Flattened)
10/28/2022 Other 22001-D-SHPL-2022-08-22 (Flattened)
09/12/2022 Other Resub 2 Preliminary Drainage Plan
12/05/2022 Plans 22001-D-SITE-2022-11-28
10/28/2022 Report 22001-R-Critical Areas and Habitat Assessment 2022-08-29 (Flattened)
10/17/2022 Confluence Environmental Company Review 10172022 - 808 14th St SW
10/28/2022 Letter DRT Letter
12/05/2022 Other PRELIMINARY GRADING AND UTILITY PLAN
01/09/2023 Other 22001-D-SHPL-2022-11-30 (Flattened)
01/09/2023 Other 22001-F-SEPA-2022-12-05-signed (Flattened)
01/09/2023 Other 22001-R-DRNG-2022-11-30 (Flattened)
01/09/2023 Other 22001-S-SP-4thCoverletter-2022-12-05 (Flattened)
01/09/2023 Letter Final DRT Letter
01/10/2023 PLSHP20220003 DNS Response - Nisqually Indian Tribe 01102023
01/10/2023 PLSHP20220003 DNS Response - Pierce Transit 01102023
01/18/2023 SEPA DNS


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