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Summary

PLPSP20220079
ARCO #7184 AM/PM Fueling Facility - New Development
Preliminary Site Plan
Preliminary Site Plan
Under Review
05/13/2022
H&H PUYALLUP LLC
The proposed scope of work includes the construction of a new 3,349-square-foot ARCO AMPM convenience store, a 49’x129’ fuel canopy with eight (8) multi-product dispensers (MPDs), a 25,000-gallon underground storage tank (UST), and a 22,000-gallon split UST (12,000/10,000) allocated for diesel and premium fuel. Additionally, the project will include the construction of a detached 24’x48’ car wash with a single drive-through lane and one (1) vacuum station. Site improvements will include surface parking for 21 vehicles, including four (4) EV charging spaces, interior and perimeter landscaping, off-street improvements, exterior lighting, source control, spill prevention, signage, pedestrian walkways, and trash and recycling enclosure. The existing restaurant building will be demolished to accommodate new improvements.

Locations

Property
7730000281

Address
1402 S MERIDIAN, PUYALLUP, WA 98371

1403 South Meridian, Puyallup WA 98371

Application Types

Preliminary Site Plan

Administrative
Under Review

Reviews

Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Date Completed
Planning Review Revisions Required 01/19/2023 01/25/2023
Nabila Comstock ((253) 770-3361)   Send Email
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Resolved
01/19/2023


Increase the perimeter landscaping to 12' along entire frontage [landscape plan, pg.1]
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Resolved
01/19/2023


Landscaping along the full length of the western property line is required to be at least 6ft - Type III landscaping. This requirement may be adjusted based on circulation needs.[landscape plan, pg.1]
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Resolved
01/24/2023


Provide landscaping between the property line and the plaza (12ft landscaping) [landscape plan, pg 1]
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Resolved
01/24/2023


Provide 12ft landscaping WITHIN property lines. Proposal goes outside of the property lines [landscape plan, pg.1]
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Resolved
01/19/2023


No more than eight (8) parking spaces shall be placed consecutively without a landscape island per VMS 14.4 Type IV Design Standards. Since the ADA stall is the eighth stall and room is required for exiting and entering the vehicle, you could place the landscape island between stalls 5&6. [landscape plan, pg.1]
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Resolved
01/18/2023


PMC 20.55.025 states that 30% of the required amount of parking stalls should be compact [site plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/25/2023


Perimeter and internal landscape islands are not meeting 200SF or 500SF min. areas. All perimeter landscape islands shall be a minimum of 12ft wide with a minimum area of 200 sq ft of area. Each perimeter island shall include a minimum of one (1) tree selected from the Class III or Class IV street tree list shown in section 12.9 or12.10 of the VMS. All internal landscape islands shall be a minimum of 15ft in width with a minimum area of 500 sq ft. Each internal island shall include a minimum of two (2) trees selected from the Class III or Class IV street tree list shown in section 12.9 or12.10 of the VMS.; fifty percent (50%) of trees in internal islands shall be Class III or Class IV evergreen conifers. [landscape plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/24/2023


Provide calculation for landscape islands internal to the site that are not perimeter landscaping to prove PMC 20.58.005 (1) is being met [landscape plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
01/19/2023


Please provide more than one outdoor amenity. Example options are found in PMC 20.30.037 (2)(a) [landscape plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/24/2023


Establish a defined path of 12ft in width(minimum) leading from the public right-of-way directly to both building entries using decorative/stamped paving (PMC20.26.300 (3.b.ii)) [landscape plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/18/2023


Pierce County will be requiring a shelter pad for a future bus shelter. The shelter pad will need to be the size and depth. This will be a condition of approval to be reviewed and inspected during civils [site plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/18/2023


Provide calculations showing that no less than 60% of the surface area of the eastern, street-facing wall consists of windows and/or transparent doorways. Measuring from a pedestrian scale of 2'-8' is not allowed. Please measure from the roof line down (parapet does not need to be included). (PMC 20.26.300 (3.d)) [elevations, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/18/2023


Signage is not addressed during the preliminary site plan stage. A separate sign permit will be required during the building permit process. You have proposed façade signage, a monument sign, as well as a pole sign. Please see PMC 20.60.055 Special provisions for the CG, CG, ML, and MR zones for more information regarding regulations for signs within the CG zone for your future sign permit. Please note that one (1) freestanding or projecting or monument sign is allowed per street frontage as well as the other special provisions for signs within the zone [elevations, pg. 4]
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
01/24/2023


SEPA Checklist 1. The Squaxin Island Tribe have provided a comment letter. Please see the attachment in Documents & Images in the CityView Portal. 2. The Nisqually Indian Tribe have provided a comment letter. Please see the attachment in Documents & Images in the CityView Portal. 3. The Puyallup Tribe has requested a cultural resource survey prior to any ground disturbance. The project location is a high probability area for impacting cultural resources including multiple known/recorded village sites. Please see the attachment in Documents & Images in the CityView Portal. a. The city will be considering these Cultural Resources comments and is preliminarily identifying this is a mitigation measure in the preparation of ta SEPA MDNS, such as condition would require the applicant to prepare an archaeological site investigation, in accordance with state DAHP and Tribal standards/guidelines prior to permit issuance. 4. The Department of Ecology has provided a comment letter. Please see the attachment in Documents & Images in the CityView Portal
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/24/2023


Required perimeter landscaping requirements [landscape plan, pg. 1]
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Resolved
01/24/2023


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Outstanding
01/19/2023


Please resubmit all plans (landscaping, civils, etc.) with the updated property line in accordance with the ROW dedication. [landscape plan, L-1]
Fire Review No Comments 01/19/2023 01/18/2023
David Drake ((253) 864-4171)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
12/20/2022


1) Verify fire access is less than 10 % slope. 2) Check/provide fire access for auto turn. 3) Subject to applicable codes and standards at the time of complete building/fire permit application. 4) Note: Separate Fire Construction Permits for Tanks/Dispensers
Engineering Review Revisions Required 01/19/2023 01/18/2023
Anthony Hulse ((253) 841-5553)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
01/18/2023


Type your notes here
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Resolved
01/09/2023


Add existing property line linetype to the legend. [Site plan]
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Resolved
01/09/2023


What is this linetype representing? Add to legend. [Site Plan]
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Resolved
01/09/2023


Right of way dedication along S Meridian St will be required such that the sidewalk is completely in the public right of way. [site plan]
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Resolved
01/09/2023


Provide a survey map showing the existing conditions. This shall include the existing building, paving, vegetation, underground tanks, fences and points of connections for utility system. [site plan]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/18/2023


Provide a secondary sheet showing existing and proposed contours/spot elevations. [site plan]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/09/2023


Include the building dimensions. [Site Plan]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/09/2023


Add the pedestrian access path hatch/arrow linetype into the legend. [Site Plan]
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
01/18/2023


The proposed pumping for the project detention system does not meet the 2019 Ecology manual Flow Control Standard for Minimum Requirement #7. I have not seen a project at the City of Puyallup be able to meet the flow control standard when pumping on the outlet side of a storm system. The pump must be the mechanism modeled in the continuous modeling calculation with the point of compliance being the discharge leaving the site. Provide a revised stormwater design that meets the flow control duration standard. [Drainage report, pg 22]
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/18/2023


Show the location of the proposed detention system and treatment device. [Site plan]
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Resolved
01/09/2023


Show existing utility mains on-site. [Site Plan]
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
01/18/2023


Update the drainage report from the 2014 reference. The city has transitioned to the 2019 Ecology Manual.
See Document Markup
Resolved
01/09/2023


Provide right of way dedication for the classification of S Meridian. The sidewalk on the western side of Meridian shall be maintained in the public right of way. [Site Plan]
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Resolved
01/09/2023


Revise the sheet index to be accurate. [site plan, pg 1]
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Resolved
01/24/2023


Show the existing parcel lines for the lots shown on the plans. [site plan, pg 1]
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Resolved
01/18/2023


Provide a secondary sheet showing existing and proposed contours/spot elevations. [site plan]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/18/2023


The project appears to only be proposing 6 gas dispensers. Update the report [drainage report, pg 6]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


Include an additional map indicating Basin 1 vs Basin 2 (Bypass) [Drainage report, pg 34]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


Provide a preliminary WWHM calculation showing that the proposed Modular Wetland Unit meets minimum requirement #6. [drainage report, pg 43]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


The pre-developed conditions do not show the existing impervious surfaces which will skew the WWHM results for the flow control calculation. Revise accordingly. [Drainage report, pg 45]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


The proposed catch basin is being placed within the pedestrian access route. Revise accordingly. [site plan, pg 7]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


The interior floor of trash enclosure shall be sloped towards a type I catch basin, or equivalent and be plumbed to sanitary sewer. Show this structure and connection. [site plan, pg 7]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


The city requires grease interceptors for projects proposing to discharge greater than 100mg/L of fats/oils and grease. The grease interceptor shall be designed in accordance with 14.06.031 and the Uniform Plumbing Code. Revise the grease trap. [site plan, pg 8]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


The proposed building requires a commercial sampling tee per city standard 04.03.04. [site plan, pg 8]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


Provide information within the drainage report that speaks to the flow splitter. What is the purpose of this device prior to the treatment modular wetland unit? [drainage report, pg 6]
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Resolved
01/18/2023


Provide a secondary sheet showing existing and proposed contours/spot elevations. [site plan]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/18/2023


Is there an existing easement in place that allows for this connection on private property? If so, show it on the plans, if not provide this information. This may be conditioned to be a requirement of the civil permit, rather than the preliminary site plan. [site plan, pg 8]
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Outstanding
01/18/2023


Just an fyi, at the time of civils, this telephone cabinet will need to be strategically re-located to provide a 4' wide compliant ADA pathway. Ideally this would be placed within new 10' planter strip. [site plan, pg 8]
Building Review No Comments 01/19/2023 01/18/2023
David Leahy ((253) 435-3618)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
01/18/2023


1.Remove or adjust lot lines to meet building code setbacks. 2. When ready to submit for permit, plans must be complete with all building, plumbing, mechanical, energy code requirements and accessibility requirements per the Codes in place at the time of a complete submittal. 3.Each structure will be covered under separate permits.
Engineering Review Revisions Required 07/01/2022 07/18/2022
Anthony Hulse ((253) 841-5553)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Type your notes here
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Add existing property line linetype to the legend. [Site plan]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


What is this linetype representing? Add to legend. [Site Plan]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Right of way dedication along S Meridian St will be required such that the sidewalk is completely in the public right of way. [site plan]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Provide a survey map showing the existing conditions. This shall include the existing building, paving, vegetation, underground tanks, fences and points of connections for utility system. [site plan]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Provide a secondary sheet showing existing and proposed contours/spot elevations. [site plan]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Include the building dimensions. [Site Plan]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Add the pedestrian access path hatch/arrow linetype into the legend. [Site Plan]
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


The proposed pumping for the project detention system does not meet the 2019 Ecology manual Flow Control Standard for Minimum Requirement #7. I have not seen a project at the City of Puyallup be able to meet the flow control standard when pumping on the outlet side of a storm system. The pump must be the mechanism modeled in the continuous modeling calculation with the point of compliance being the discharge leaving the site. Provide a revised stormwater design that meets the flow control duration standard. [Drainage report, pg 22]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Show the location of the proposed detention system and treatment device. [Site plan]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Show existing utility mains on-site. [Site Plan]
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Update the drainage report from the 2014 reference. The city has transitioned to the 2019 Ecology Manual.
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Provide right of way dedication for the classification of S Meridian. The sidewalk on the western side of Meridian shall be maintained in the public right of way. [Site Plan]
Engineering Traffic Review Revisions Required 07/01/2022 07/18/2022
Bryan Roberts ((253) 841-5542)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Access: S Meridian along the site is designated as a Major Arterial. City standards (Section 101.10.1) require minimum spacing of 300 feet from the intersection & driveways measured between closest edges of the driveway. Per City standards, commercial driveways must be aligned with intersections/driveways across the street. Proposed driveway & existing driveway access do not meet current engineering standards. -Proposed driveway is located approximately 65ft south of the WSDOT EB SR-512 signal (between the closest edges of each access – PC/PT). This is significantly less than the 300ft spacing requirement -Existing driveway is located approximately 170ft north of S Meridian/15th Ave SW signal (between the closest edges of each access – PC/PT). This is significantly less than the 300ft spacing requirement. To mitigate deficient driveway spacing along this heavily congested arterial section, existing access shall be restricted to right-in/right-out. 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, pavement, and street lighting. Any existing improvements which are damaged now or during construction, or which do not meet current City Standards, shall be replaced. -S Meridian is classified as a Major Arterial and shall consist of curb, gutter, 8ft sidewalks, 10ft planter strip, and streetlights. The improvements shall be from street centerline. Assuming a symmetrical cross section, additional right-of-way (ROW) on S Meridian may need to be dedicated to the city. Traffic Impact fees (TIF) will be assessed in accordance with fees adopted by ordinance, per PMC 21.10. Impact fees are subject to change and are adopted by ordinance. The applicant shall pay the proportionate impact fees adopted at the time of building permit application AutoTurn analysis will be required to ensure the largest anticipated design vehicle can safely maneuver throughout site and driveways. -Analysis must include the following: -All movements need to start straight and end straight. -Make sure “Turn Wheels from Stop” is not selected. -Please include the template of the vehicles used -For clarity, wheel & overhang paths should be different colors. -Include the appropriate fire apparatus. - Clearly identify any encroachment into adjacent lanes of traffic. For the AutoTurn analysis, include the existing 15th Ave SW driveway access. Due to access restrictions on S Meridian, many vehicles will use this driveway for outbound left turns. The existing S Meridian driveway must meet minimum commercial driveway requirements (35ft curb radius, 30ft width). This could change based on the design vehicles used for the AutoTurn analysis. Design must provide at least 200ft of on-site queue storage for proposed car wash. Identify this queue storage on preliminary site plan Evaluate existing ADA ramp at the SW corner of SR-512 traffic signal Evaluate the need for ADA handrail along S Meridian frontage (back of sidewalk). Sight distance analysis required -City standards require 415ft of ESD, 400ft of SSD (0.5ft object height). -Setback 14.5ft from face of curb to evaluate sight lines. -Identify street tree placement, monument signage, fences, etc. that could obstruct sight distance. -Sight distance analysis shall account future bus pad/shelter location Traffic Scoping Worksheet: Traffic Scoping Worksheet needs to account for EV charging stations. Define trip generation assumptions (gross trips, pass-by trips, diverted trips, etc.) Per previous comments, the City will not allow an additional non-standard driveway along S Meridian. Existing access must be access restricted to right-in/right-out. Update trip distribution & assignment based on these requirements. Once the traffic scoping document has been updated, must coordinate with the City on the scope of the TIA - To ensure unserved demand is captured in your delay analysis, existing queue lengths need to be collected with turning movement counts. Provide a detailed description for how unserved demand will be accounted for in the TIA. -Use 3% annual growth rate. -Analyze the need for a right turn pocket on S Meridian -S Meridian/15th Ave SW shall be analyzed during the AM & PM peak hour. Existing queuing needs to be collected for each lane group. -Safety analysis will be required at S Meridian/15th Ave SW & S Meridian/EB SR-512 intersections based on crash data from the last 5 years. -City can provide signal timing plans for intersections under our control.
Planning Review Revisions Required 07/01/2022 07/18/2022
Nabila Comstock ((253) 770-3361)   Send Email
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Increase the perimeter landscaping to 12' along entire frontage [landscape plan, pg.1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Landscaping along the full length of the western property line is required to be at least 6ft - Type III landscaping. This requirement may be adjusted based on circulation needs.[landscape plan, pg.1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Provide landscaping between the property line and the plaza (12ft landscaping) [landscape plan, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Provide 12ft landscaping WITHIN property lines. Proposal goes outside of the property lines [landscape plan, pg.1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


No more than eight (8) parking spaces shall be placed consecutively without a landscape island per VMS 14.4 Type IV Design Standards. Since the ADA stall is the eighth stall and room is required for exiting and entering the vehicle, you could place the landscape island between stalls 5&6. [landscape plan, pg.1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


PMC 20.55.025 states that 30% of the required amount of parking stalls should be compact [site plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Perimeter and internal landscape islands are not meeting 200SF or 500SF min. areas. All perimeter landscape islands shall be a minimum of 12ft wide with a minimum area of 200 sq ft of area. Each perimeter island shall include a minimum of one (1) tree selected from the Class III or Class IV street tree list shown in section 12.9 or12.10 of the VMS. All internal landscape islands shall be a minimum of 15ft in width with a minimum area of 500 sq ft. Each internal island shall include a minimum of two (2) trees selected from the Class III or Class IV street tree list shown in section 12.9 or12.10 of the VMS.; fifty percent (50%) of trees in internal islands shall be Class III or Class IV evergreen conifers. [landscape plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Provide calculation for landscape islands internal to the site that are not perimeter landscaping to prove PMC 20.58.005 (1) is being met [landscape plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Please provide more than one outdoor amenity. Example options are found in PMC 20.30.037 (2)(a) [landscape plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Establish a defined path of 12ft in width(minimum) leading from the public right-of-way directly to both building entries using decorative/stamped paving (PMC20.26.300 (3.b.ii)) [landscape plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Pierce County will be requiring a shelter pad for a future bus shelter. The shelter pad will need to be the size and depth. This will be a condition of approval to be reviewed and inspected during civils [site plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Provide calculations showing that no less than 60% of the surface area of the eastern, street-facing wall consists of windows and/or transparent doorways. Measuring from a pedestrian scale of 2'-8' is not allowed. Please measure from the roof line down (parapet does not need to be included). (PMC 20.26.300 (3.d)) [elevations, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Signage is not addressed during the preliminary site plan stage. A separate sign permit will be required during the building permit process. You have proposed façade signage, a monument sign, as well as a pole sign. Please see PMC 20.60.055 Special provisions for the CG, CG, ML, and MR zones for more information regarding regulations for signs within the CG zone for your future sign permit. Please note that one (1) freestanding or projecting or monument sign is allowed per street frontage as well as the other special provisions for signs within the zone [elevations, pg. 4]
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


SEPA Checklist 1. The Squaxin Island Tribe have provided a comment letter. Please see the attachment in Documents & Images in the CityView Portal. 2. The Nisqually Indian Tribe have provided a comment letter. Please see the attachment in Documents & Images in the CityView Portal. 3. The Puyallup Tribe has requested a cultural resource survey prior to any ground disturbance. The project location is a high probability area for impacting cultural resources including multiple known/recorded village sites. Please see the attachment in Documents & Images in the CityView Portal. a. The city will be considering these Cultural Resources comments and is preliminarily identifying this is a mitigation measure in the preparation of ta SEPA MDNS, such as condition would require the applicant to prepare an archaeological site investigation, in accordance with state DAHP and Tribal standards/guidelines prior to permit issuance. 4. The Department of Ecology has provided a comment letter. Please see the attachment in Documents & Images in the CityView Portal
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Required perimeter landscaping requirements [landscape plan, pg. 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


Building Review Revisions Required 07/01/2022 07/05/2022
David Leahy ((253) 435-3618)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
01/18/2023


1.Remove or adjust lot lines to meet building code setbacks. 2. When ready to submit for permit, plans must be complete with all building, plumbing, mechanical, energy code requirements and accessibility requirements per the Codes in place at the time of a complete submittal. 3.Each structure will be covered under separate permits.
Fire Review Revisions Required 07/01/2022 06/30/2022
Ray Cockerham ((253) 841-5585)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
12/20/2022


1) Verify fire access is less than 10 % slope. 2) Check/provide fire access for auto turn. 3) Subject to applicable codes and standards at the time of complete building/fire permit application. 4) Note: Separate Fire Construction Permits for Tanks/Dispensers
Engineering Traffic Review Pending 01/19/2023
Bryan Roberts ((253) 841-5542)   Send Email

Fees

Paid Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
SEPA Checklist Fee (with planning permit) $250.00 $250.00 Paid 05/16/2022
Preliminary Site Plan Fee $1,250.00 $1,250.00 Paid 05/16/2022
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
Sign Posted On Site Resolved Planning Division
: Sign Posted On Site must be provided.
Signed Affidavit Resolved Planning Division
: Signed Affidavit must be provided.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: Provide an ADA compliant pathway/ramps. Include a detail and spot elevations at the corners of all proposed ramps.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Standard Conditions
: A Construction Stormwater General Permit shall be obtained from the Department of Ecology if any land disturbing activities such as clearing, grading, excavating and/or demolition will disturb one or more acres of land, or are part of larger common plan of development or sale that will ultimately disturb one or more acres of land. The link below may be used to obtain information to apply for this permit: http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/stormwater/construction/
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: At time of civil application, provide a complete stormwater design meeting the Minimum Requirements of the 2019 Ecology Manual.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: An Oil/Water Separator is required for the car wash and fuel station. Effluent discharged into the City's sanitary sewer system shall not exceed 100mg/l oil and grease. Provide sizing from a professional engineer for these systems at the time of civil application.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services
: Planning may accept landscaping as an alternative to the requirement for 60% transparency on the northern building facade under the condition that you provide a rendering of what the required landscaping will look like in approximately 3-5 years and as long as another option is chosen per PMC 20.26.300 (2.a).
Miscellaneous Condition Resolved Engineering Division
: No structures shall be placed within any easements on the associated lots.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: A building permit will be necessary for the proposed detention tank. Make a note on the civil plans regarding this requirement.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: At the time of civil application, provide an off-site downstream analysis. See section I-3.5.3 APM2: Off-Site Analysis Report of the 2019 Ecology Manual.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: At time of civil application, provide utility crossing information.
Miscellaneous Planning Condition Open Planning Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: Landscape plantings will be reviewed at the time of civil permits application. Please reference VMS 12.4 for tree installation standards and VMS 12.7 - 12.11 for a list of permitted and prohibited trees. Please see VMS 13.0 for a description of the required landscape types and their descriptions as well.

Related Permit & Planning Applications

Reference Number Status Type
P-21-0059 File Closed Pre-Application

Documents & Images

Date Uploaded File Type Name
05/13/2022 Other ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Vicinity Map-2022-05-13
05/13/2022 Other ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Land Use Cover Letter-2022-05-13
05/13/2022 Other ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Owner Permission Statement-2022-05-13
05/13/2022 Other ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Preliminary Civil Plan Set-2022-5-13
05/13/2022 Other ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Puyallup-PreApp Meeting Notes-2022-05-13
07/18/2022 Form ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Traffic Scoping Worksheet-2022-05-13 (Flattened)
07/18/2022 Form ARCO-1403 South Meridian-SEPA Checklist-2022-05-13 (Flattened)
07/18/2022 Report ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Hydrogeologic Report-2022-05-13 (Flattened)
07/18/2022 Report ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Geotechnical Report-Krazan-2022-05-13 (Flattened)
07/18/2022 Form ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Critical Area ID Form-2022-05-13 (Flattened)
07/18/2022 Form ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Preliminary Site Plan Review-2022-05-13 (Flattened)
07/18/2022 Other ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Design Review Application-2022-05-13 (Flattened)
07/18/2022 Other ARCO-1403 South Meridian-Building Elevations and Design Set-2022-05-13 (Flattened)
05/16/2022 Receipt Receipt for transaction:2022-000902
05/17/2022 Letter Application Accepted Letter
05/31/2022 PLPSP20220079 NOA - Nisqually Indian Tribe Response 05312022
05/31/2022 PLPSP20220079 NOA - Puyallup Tribe of Indians Response 05312022
06/07/2022 Other 202202503 ECY Comments
06/07/2022 Other Squaxin Comments
06/10/2022 PLPSP20220079 AFFIDAVIT OF NOTICE OF APPLICATION
07/18/2022 PLPSP20220079 DRT Letter 1 07182022
08/31/2022 TPHD Comments
08/31/2022 Squaxin Comments


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