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Summary

PLMP20230007
Multicare Good Samaritan Master Plan
Master Plan
Preliminary Site Plan
Master Plan
Under Review
01/13/2023
MULTICARE HEALTH SYSTEM
Master Plan application to develop an expansion of the Good Samaritan Hospital campus, including a new patient care tower [approximately 230,000 square feet, 190 new beds (160 licensed beds, 30 observation beds)], two (2) new medical office buildings (approximately 200,000 square feet), central support tower (90,000 square feet), expansion of the existing Emergency Department, expansion of the existing Dally tower (30,000 square feet) added building area and infrastructure related to the campus' Central Utility Plan, new off-street parking, including parking garages and surface level parking, utility improvements, street improvements, landscaping, storm water infrastructure, and other necessary improvements to support the development. Total new building area is proposed at 1,012,000 square feet The project applicant (MultiCare Health Systems/Good Sam) filed a SEPA checklist previously (permit ID PLSSP20220161); the city is conducting an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the project. The City of Puyallup is acting as Lead Agency in preparation of the EIS. The city issued a Determination of Significance (which initiated the EIS) on November 18. 2022.

Locations

Reviews

Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Date Completed
Planning Review Comments 02/01/2024 02/14/2024
Building Review Comments 02/01/2024 02/02/2024
Engineering Review Comments 02/01/2024 02/01/2024
Fire Review Comments 02/01/2024 01/30/2024
Building Review Comments 11/03/2023 11/20/2023
Engineering Review Comments 11/03/2023 11/15/2023
Engineering Traffic Review Comments 11/03/2023 11/06/2023
Planning Review Comments 11/03/2023 11/02/2023
Fire Review Comments 11/03/2023 11/01/2023
Engineering Traffic Review Revisions Required 04/12/2023 04/25/2023
Building Review Revisions Required 04/12/2023 04/24/2023
Planning Review Revisions Required 04/12/2023 04/11/2023
Fire Review Revisions Required 04/12/2023 04/11/2023
Engineering Review Revisions Required 04/12/2023 04/07/2023
Engineering Traffic Review Pending 02/01/2024

Fees

Paid Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
Preliminary Site Plan Fee $1,890.00 $1,890.00 Paid 01/13/2023
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 Open Planning Division
: Public notice sign must be posted on site in a publically visible location.
Signed Affidavit Open Planning Division
: Signed Affidavit must be provided.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: GENERAL: • The comments provided below are intended to assist the applicant with incorporating City requirements into the design and construction documents for the individual projects of the Master Plan, but should not be considered an exhaustive list of all necessary provisions from the PMC, design standards, or the adopted stormwater manual. • Comments regarding design and construction of new utilities and road improvements are provided for the applicant’s information and use. Unless specifically noted, construction of these infrastructure improvements is not a condition of Master Plan approval. However, infrastructure improvements must be approved and permitted prior to issuance of the first building permit associated with the project. [RCW 58.17.120 and 19.07.080] • Engineered plans must follow the latest regulations and standards set forth in the Puyallup Municipal Code (PMC), the City Standards for Public Works Engineering and Construction (design standards), and the current City adopted stormwater manual at the time of civil permit application [PMC 21.10.040]. • The applicant shall construct, and/or replace substandard, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, storm drainage, half-street paving, and street lights in accordance with the Puyallup Municipal Code (PMC) and City’s standards along all street frontage adjoining a particular project of the Master Plan. Dedication of right-of-way may be required to provide for adequate roadway section. [PMC 11.08.030] • If ROW dedication is required to provide road connectivity and construction to nearby parcels in accordance with the City’s comprehensive plan and/or the GSCH Master Plan, and unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer, then it shall be the applicant’s responsibility to extend all necessary public utilities concurrently with any associated public road construction required of the project. The applicant may request a Latecomer Agreement for public utility extensions in accordance with PMC 14.20.030. [PMC 11.08.030]
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: WATER: • Refer to City Standards, Section 300 for Water System Requirements. [PMC 14.02.120] • A new water main shall be extended to, and through, the site sufficient to provide the necessary flows for both the domestic system and fire system. The minimum water pipe size shall be 8-inch diameter. (Exception: A 4-inch water main may be installed beyond the last fire hydrant if the proposed main is a dead-end line with no possibility of being extended in the future.) [PMC 14.02.190, 14.20.010 & CS 301.1(1)] • The domestic service line and fire system service line shall have separate, independent connections to the supply main. [PMC 14.02 & CS 302.3(4)] • Public water mains shall be located generally 10 or 12-feet west or south of roadway centerlines per city standard drawings. Any portion of a public mainline extension located outside City right-of-way must be centered in a minimum 40-foot wide easement granted to the City for maintenance purposes. The easement shall be clearly indicated on the construction drawings. [PMC 14.02.120(f) & CS 301.1(11)] • A 2-inch blow-off assembly is required on dead-end water mains except where fire hydrants are installed at the dead-end. [PMC 14.02.120(f) & CS 301.1(7)] • The applicant shall be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the proposed water system located on private property. • Any existing services that are to be abandoned at this site shall be disconnected at the main, the corp. stop removed, and the service plugged to city standards. [PMC 14.02.120(f)] • The minimum distance between water lines and sewer lines shall be 10-feet horizontally and 18-inches vertically. If this criterion cannot be met, the applicant shall isolate the sewer and water lines by encasement, shielding, or other approved methods. [PMC 14.02.120(f) & CS 301.1(8)] • The applicant shall be responsible to provide and install the water meters required to service the site. Domestic service water meters shall be located within the public ROW, or in the case of a private road adjacent to the road section, in accordance with City Standards. [PMC 14.02.120(f) & CS 301.3] • Water pipe and service connections shall be a minimum of 10-feet away from building foundations and/or roof lines. • The applicant is required to provide backflow protection on the domestic line(s) in accordance with City Standards. The minimum level of protection would be a double check valve assembly (DCVA). However, the City requires a reduced pressure backflow assembly (RPBA) for any use considered to be a high-hazard as outlined in WAC 246-290-490 Table 9. Depending on the end-user of the individual buildings associated with the Master Plan, the applicant may want to install an RPBA at the time of construction, in lieu of a DCVA, to avoid the potential expense of upgrading the backflow device in the future. [PMC 14.02.220(3) & CS 302.2] • If an irrigation system is also proposed, a DCVA is required on that line as well. • Domestic water backflow devices shall be located outside the building(s), immediately downstream of the water meter. [PMC 14.02.220(3) & CS 302.2] • Available fire flow for any project site must be determined by hydraulic modeling conducted by the City’s consultant. The cost of this analysis, $600 as of this writing, shall be paid by the applicant. • Fire hydrants and other appurtenances such as DDCVA and PIV shall be placed as directed by the Puyallup Fire Code Official. Fire hydrants shall be placed so that there is a minimum of 50-feet of separation from hydrants to any building walls. [PMC 16.08.080 & CS 301.2, 302.3] • Maximum hydrant run is 20-feet. Hydrant runs that exceed this distance shall be served by a mainline with the hydrant feed line set at right angles to the supply main. • The fire sprinkler double detector check valve assembly (DDCVA) may be located either inside, or outside, of the building. The sprinkler supply line shall be designed, and shown on the plan, into the building to the point of connection to the interior building riser. Provide plan and elevation detail(s) where the riser enters the building with dimensions, clearances, and joint restraint in accordance with NFPA 24. [CS 302.3, CS 303] • The Fire Department Connection (FDC) shall be located no closer than 10-feet and no further than 15-feet from a fire hydrant. (NOTE: If the project is utilizing a fire booster pump, the FDC must connect to the sprinkler system on the discharge side of the pump in accordance with NFPA regulations.) A post indicator valve (PIV) shall be provided for the fire sprinkler system in advance of the DDCVA. [CS 302.3] • Utility extensions shall be approved and permitted prior to any building permit issuance. [PMC 14.02.130] • Prior to completion of any future watermain extension, the engineer-of-record shall complete the State Department of Health’s “Construction Completion Report for Distribution Main Projects”, seal, and provide a copy to the City. [WAC 246-290-120] • For any buildings directly housing patients, e.g. Patient Care Tower, a water system development charge (SDC) will be assessed based on the number of beds associated with the facility. Current SDC’s as of this writing is $5,218.00 for every six beds. • Other commercial building facilities will be assessed a water system development charge (SDC) based on the number of plumbing fixture units as defined in the Uniform Plumbing Code. Current SDC’s as of this writing are $5,218.00 for the first 15 fixture units and an additional charge of $349.61 for each fixture unit in excess of the base 15 plumbing fixture units. [PMC 14.02.040] • Water connection fees and systems development charges are due at the time of building permit issuance and do not vest until time of permit issuance. [PMC 14.02.040, 14.10.030] • To obtain credit towards System Development Fees for any existing fixture units, the applicant shall provide the City evidence of the existing plumbing fixtures prior to demolition or removal. A written breakdown of the removed fixture types, quantities, and associated fixture units shall accompany the building permit application and be subject to review and approval by the City. [PMC 14.02.040]
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: SANITARY SEWER: • Refer to City Standards, Section 400 for Sewer System Requirements. [PMC 17.42] • Based on the City’s Sanitary Sewer Comprehensive Plan, approximately 1,400lf of undersized sewer main requires replacement between South Meridian and 5th St SW (Puyallup CIP 19A). The City anticipates constructing the improvement in 2024 subject to available funding. Prior to any future building permit issuance, the applicant may either: 1) wait for the City to construct the improvement; 2) construct the improvement in conjunction with a future project of the Master Plan; or 3) with the City Engineer’s permission, hire the City’s 3rd party consultant to determine if there is available capacity in the undersized sewer main that would support a portion of the Master Plan’s proposed projects. (NOTE: Based on discussions with the City Engineer, the City would not allow sewer flows to be conveyed out-of-basin.) • Sanitary sewer mains shall be 8-inch minimum and located 5-feet east or north of roadway centerlines. In accordance with PMC 14.20.020, sewer main extensions shall be carried across the full width of the property being served except in those cases where, in the opinion of the city engineer, the utility involved can never, under any circumstances, be extended beyond the property being served. [PMC 14.20 and PMC 17.42] • Any portion of a City maintained sewer extension located outside City right-of-way must be centered in a 40-foot wide easement granted to the City for maintenance purposes. The easement shall be clearly indicated on the construction drawings. [PMC 17.42 & CS 401(14)] • A separate and independent side sewer will be required from the public main to the project site. Side sewers shall be 6-inch minimum diameter with a 0.02 foot per foot slope. Side sewers shall have a cleanout at the property line, at the building, and every 100 feet between the two points. [PMC 14.08.110 & CS 401(6)] • If the proposed side sewer is greater than 6-inches, a sanitary sewer manhole shall be provided at the property line. • Prior to reuse of any existing side sewer, the City Collections Division must conduct a visual inspection of the side sewer to determine whether it can be used again. Existing laterals must meet current standards to be used again. The applicant shall be responsible to expose the line as necessary for the City inspection. The City reserves the right to request video inspection of the side sewer to assist in its determination. • Sewer main pipe and service connections shall be a minimum of 10-feet away from building foundations and/or roof lines. • Grease Interceptors are required for all commercial facilities involved in food preparation. If food preparation facilities are proposed now, or in the future, the applicant shall install an external grease interceptor in accordance with the current edition of the Uniform Plumbing Code adopted by the City of Puyallup, Puyallup Municipal Code, and City standard details. [PMC 14.06.031(3) & CS 401(5), 402.3] • The construction of a trash enclosure will require the enclosure pad to be elevated to prevent stormwater run-on and the entire enclosure covered to prevent stormwater inflow into the sewer area drain. (See City Standards Section 208 for additional criteria.) [CS 208.1] • Drainage for any underground parking shall be connected to the sanitary sewer system through an oil-water separator. [PMC 14.06.031 & CS 402.2] • All private oil-water facilities shall be maintained in accordance with Puyallup Municipal Code 14.06.031. Under this Title, records and certification of maintenance shall be made readily available to the City for review and inspection, and must be maintained for a minimum of three years. If the owner fails to properly maintain the facility, the City, after giving the owner notice, may perform necessary maintenance at the owner’s expense. [PMC 14.06.031 & CS 402.2] • If any buildings on site are connected to septic tanks, the applicant shall abandon the existing septic systems per Pierce County Health Department regulations. A Septic/Pump Tank Decommissioning Certification form must be completed and submitted to the Source Protection Program Department at (253) 798-6470. Verification of certification must be provided PRIOR to final city approvals. [PMC 14.08.070] • Utility extensions shall be approved and permitted prior to any building permit issuance. [PMC 14.02.130] • For any buildings directly housing patients, e.g. Patient Care Tower, a sanitary sewer system development charge (SDC) will be assessed based on the number of beds associated with the facility. Current SDC’s as of this writing is $6,344.00 for every six beds. • Other commercial building facilities will be assessed a sanitary sewer system development charge (SDC) based on the number of plumbing fixture units as defined in the Uniform Plumbing Code. Current SDC’s as of this writing are $6,344.00 for the first 15 plumbing fixture units and an additional charge of $425.05 for each fixture unit in excess of the base 15 plumbing fixture units. [PMC 14.10.010, 14.10.030] • Sewer connection fees and systems development charges are due at the time of building permit issuance and do not vest until time of permit issuance. [PMC 14.10.010, 14.10.030] • To obtain credit towards System Development Fees for any existing fixture units, the applicant shall provide the City evidence of the existing plumbing fixtures prior to demolition or removal. A written breakdown of the removed fixture types, quantities, and associated fixture units shall accompany the building permit application and be subject to review and approval by the City. [PMC 14.10.010]
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: STORMWATER/ EROSION CONTROL: • Refer to City Standards, Section 200 for Stormwater System Requirements. [PMC 17.42] • Stormwater design shall be in accordance with PMC Chapter 21.10 and the current stormwater management manual as adopted by the City Council at the time of application for an individual project of the Master Plan. The City is currently using the 2019 Department of Ecology (Ecology) Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington (aka “Ecology Manual”). • The individual projects of the Master Plan are considered a common plan of development and the overall area of disturbance associated with the Master Plan shall be used in determining the stormwater thresholds. NOTE: Areas of disturbance within the public ROW must be included in the project area as part of the stormwater thresholds and calculations. • The applicant shall complete the stormwater flowchart, Figure 1-3.1 and Figure 1-3.2, contained in the Ecology Manual based on the common plan of development. The completed flowchart shall be submitted with each of the proposed Master Plan projects. • At the time of civil permit application for any individual project, the applicant is responsible for submitting a permanent storm water management plan which meets the design requirements provided by PMC Section 21.10. [PMC 21.10.190, 21.10.060] - When using WWHM for analysis, provide the following WWHM project files with the civil permit application: - Binary project file (WHM file extension) - ASCII project file (WH2 file extension) - WDM file (WDM file extension) - WWHM report text (Word file) • The written technical report shall clearly delineate any offsite basins tributary to the project site and include the following information: [PMC 21.10.060] - the quantity of the offsite runoff; - the location(s) where the offsite runoff enters the project site; - how the offsite runoff will be routed through the project site. - the location of proposed retention/detention facilities - and, the location of proposed treatment facilities - For offsite basin inflow: At time of civil application, document compliance with 2019 Ecology Manual, Vol III, Sec III-2.4 (2014 Manual, Vol. III, Appendix III-B, Section 6) for the Offsite Basin inflow. • Each section of the TIR/SSP shall be individually indexed and tabbed with each permit application and every re-submittal prior to review by the City. [PMC 21.10.060] • Public right-of-way runoff shall be detained and treated independently from proposed private stormwater facilities. This shall be accomplished by enlarging the private facilities to account for bypass runoff; providing separate publicly maintained storm facilities within a tract or dedicated right-of-way; or, other methods as approved by the City Engineer. [PMC 21.10.190(3)] • Development and redevelopment projects are required to employ, wherever feasible, Low Impact Development (LID) Best Management Practices (BMPs) to meet the design criteria set forth in PMC 21.10.190, the Ecology Manual Volume I, Minimum Requirement 5; and Volume V. The applicant has proposed stormwater detention facilities to serve the Master Plan which is a conservative assumption in terms of City regulations and the viability of the overall project. However, at the time of development of an individual project, the applicant shall evaluate the feasibility of MR5 BMPs in accordance with the Ecology Manual. • If infiltration facilities/BMPs are anticipated, the number of infiltration tests shall be based on the area contributing to the proposed facility/BMP, e.g., one test for every 5,000 sq. ft of permeable pavement, or one test for each bioretention cell. • Preliminary feasibility/infeasibility testing for infiltration facilities/BMPs shall be in accordance with the site analysis requirements of the Ecology Manual, Volume III, Chapter 3, specifically: - Groundwater evaluation, either instantaneous (MR1-5), or continuous monitoring (MR1-9), during the wet weather months (December 21 through April 1). - Hydraulic conductivity testing: i. If the development meets the threshold to require implementation of Minimum Requirement #7 (flow control); or, if the site soils are consolidated; or, if the property is encumbered by a critical area, then Small Scale Pilot Infiltration Testing (PIT) during the wet weather months (December 21 through April 1) is required. ii. If the development does not meet the threshold to require implementation of Minimum Requirement #7; or, is not encumbered by a critical area; and is located on soils unconsolidated by glacial advance, grain size analyses may be substituted for the Small Scale PIT test at the discretion of the review engineer. - Testing to determine the hydraulic restriction layer. - Mounding analysis may be required in accordance with Ecology Volume III Section 3.3.8. • Upon submission of the geotechnical infiltration testing, appropriate long-term correction factors shall be noted for any areas utilizing infiltration into the underlying native soils in accordance with the Ecology Manual, Volume III, Chapter 3. Provide the long-term infiltration rate calculation in the stormwater report. • The proposed Master Plan projects are part of a larger, existing common plan of development, and may include the use of existing stormwater facilities serving the MGSH campus. The Technical Information Report (TIR) or Stormwater Site Plan (SSP), shall provide supporting documentation and engineering calculations which substantiate any affect the proposed project may have on the original design assumptions of the existing stormwater facilities. [PMC 21.10.060] • Overflow facilities shall be provided for any proposed detention/retention (R/D) facilities in accordance with the City Standards. This includes a downstream analysis a minimum of ¼ mile downstream from the site. • Any above-ground stormwater facility shall be screened from public right-of-way and adjacent property per the underlying zoning perimeter buffer requirements in the PMC. • Stormwater R/D facilities shall be a minimum of 20-feet from any public right-of-way, tract, vegetative buffer, and/or property line measured from the toe of the exterior slope/embankment of the facility. For facilities with retaining walls, the setback area shall be measured from the facility’s emergency overflow elevation to the face of the wall. The setback area shall not exceed 5% maximum cross-slope. [PMC 21.10 & DOE Manual, Vol. V] • If the proposed project discharges to an adjacent wetland, the applicant shall provide a hydrologic analysis which ensures the wetland’s hydrologic conditions, hydrophytic vegetation, and substrate characteristics are maintained. See Ecology Manual Volume I, Minimum Requirement 8. • Water quality treatment of stormwater shall be in accordance with the Ecology Manual, Volume 1, Minimum Requirement 6; and Volume 5, Runoff Treatment. • If the use of an above-ground combined treatment-storage facility is proposed for flow control and water quality treatment, the geometric characteristics of the facility design shall be in accordance with the Ecology Manual, and the following criteria: - A licensed professional geotechnical engineer shall determine the maximum seasonal high groundwater elevation at the location of the combined facility. - The applicant shall clearly indicate the static water surface elevation for the top of the wetpool/bottom of the storage volume. - The maximum seasonal high groundwater elevation shall be below the static water surface elevation of the wetpool. • If the applicant proposes to use bioretention cells for water quality treatment, the following notes shall be added to the civil design plans: - “At the completion of the bioretention cells construction, the engineer-of-record shall provide a written statement to the City of Puyallup that the bioretention cells were built per the approved design.” - “The bioretention soil media (BSM) supplier shall certify in writing that the bioretention soil media meets the guidelines for Ecology-approved BSM including mineral aggregate gradation, compost guidelines, and mix standards as specified in the 2012 Low Impact Development Technical Guidance Manual for Puget Sound. And, if so verified, no laboratory infiltration testing, cation exchange, or organic content testing is required.” • Overflow facilities shall be provided at the low points of any proposed permeable pavement areas to allow safe discharge to the downstream public storm system. • Trench dams shall be provided at the property line for utilities located below infiltrative facilities including, but not limited to, permeable pavements and bioretention facilities. Reference City Standard Detail 06.01.10. • Construction of frontage improvements associated with this project may require installation/extension of the stormwater main to accommodate road runoff. Any new stormwater main shall be adequately sized to accommodate any upstream basins tributary to the main. • At the time of civil permit application, all pipe reaches shall be summarized in a Conveyance Table containing the following minimum information and included in the TIR: Pipe Reach Name Design Flow (cfs) Structure Tributary Area Pipe-Full Flow (cfs) Pipe Diameter (in) Water Depth at Design Flow (in) Pipe Length (ft) Critical Depth (in) Pipe Slope (%) Velocity at Design Flow (fps) Manning’s Coefficient (n) Velocity at Pipe-Full Flow (fps) Percent full at Design Flow (%) HGL for each Pipe Reach (elev) • All storm drains shall be signed as follows: a) Publicly maintained stormwater catch basins shall be signed using glue-down markers supplied by the City and installed by the project proponent. b) Privately maintained stormwater catch basins shall be signed with pre-cut 90ml torch down heavy-duty, intersection-grade preformed thermoplastic pavement marking material. It shall read either “Only Rain Down the Drain" or “No Dumping, Drains to Stream”. Alternatively, the glue-down markers may be purchased from the City for a nominal fee. • All private storm drainage facilities shall be covered by a maintenance agreement provided by the City and recorded with Pierce County. Under this agreement, if the owner fails to properly maintain the facilities, the City, after giving the owner notice, may perform necessary maintenance at the owner’s expense. • Erosion control measures for this site will be critical. A comprehensive erosion control plan will be required as part of any civil permit application. • Prior to permit issuance, the applicant shall post a financial guarantee in accordance with PMC 21.10.160 in the amount of 125% of the cost of the stormwater system. • A Stormwater Systems Development fee will be assessed for each new equivalent service unit (ESU) in accordance with PMC Chapter 14.26. Each ESU is equal to 2,800 square feet of ‘hard’ surface. The current SDC as of this writing is $4,013.00 per ESU. • Stormwater Systems Development fees are due at the time of site development permit or in the case where no site development permit is required, at the time of building permit issuance for the individual project(s); and the fees do not vest until the time of site development permit issuance, or at the time of building permit issuance in the case where a site development permit is not required. • 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.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: STREET: • Retaining walls supporting or protecting public roads shall be located outside of the public ROW unless prior approval has been granted by the City. The applicant shall grant a 20-ft minimum access and maintenance easement for any publicly maintained walls located on private property. • Existing public utilities that are in conflict with proposed frontage improvements shall be relocated as necessary to meet all applicable City, State, and Federal requirements. • Existing private utilities (gas, telcom, cable, etc…) that are in conflict with City maintained right-of-way and utilities shall be relocated outside of the travelled road section, i.e., behind the curb under or beyond the sidewalk area. • Upon civil permit application, the following items shall be provided: - Road plans shall include a plan and profile view of the roadway indicating both the centerline and flow line elevations. [PMC 17.42 & CS 2.2] - A separate street lighting and channelization plan shall be provided in accordance with City Standards. - Commercial and Multi-family projects shall provide an autoturn analysis for the largest anticipated vehicle that would access the site. Curb radii and entrance dimensions shall be increased as necessary to allow vehicles to access the site without encroaching into adjacent lanes of traffic. - Root barriers in accordance with City Standard Detail 01.02.03 shall be installed for all street trees within ten (10) feet of the public ROW. - Wheel chair ramps, accessible routes, etc. shall be constructed in accordance with City Standards and current ADA regulations. If there is a conflict between the City Standards and ADA regulations, the ADA regulations shall take precedence over the City’s requirements. [PMC 17.42] - Any surface area proposed for parking, drive aisle, or outdoor storage shall be paved with asphalt or concrete. [PMC 20.30.045(3), 20.35.035(3), 20.44.045(2)] • Any curb, gutter, sidewalk, or other existing improvements which currently do not meet City Standards, or are damaged during construction, shall be replaced. [PMC 11.08.020] • Upon review of the required, submitted traffic report, additional off-site improvements may be required as directed by the Traffic Engineering Department. [PMC 17.42]
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: GRADING: • A Grading Plan conforming to all requirements of PMC Section 21.14.120 will be required prior to infrastructure construction. The Plan shall be prepared by a Civil Engineer licensed in the State of Washington. [PMC 21.14.070] • A geotechnical report conforming to all requirements PMC Sections 21.14.150 and 21.14.160 will be required for the individual projects of the Master Plan. The Report shall be prepared by a Civil Engineer or Engineering Geologist licensed in the State of Washington. Prior to final acceptance of this project, the author of the report shall provide certification to the City the project was constructed in accordance with the recommendations contained in the report. • Cross sections will be required at various points along property lines in accordance with City Standards Section 502 and 503 to ensure no impact from storm water damming or runoff. [PMC 17.42 & CS 502.1] • At the time of civil permit application, the following notes shall be added to the first sheet of the TESCP: -“At any time during construction it is determined by the City that mud and debris are being tracked onto public streets with insufficient cleanup, all work shall cease on the project until this condition is corrected. The contractor and/or the owner shall immediately take all steps necessary to prevent future tracking of mud and debris into the public ROW, which may include the installation of a wheel wash facility on-site.” -“Contractor shall designate a Washington Department of Ecology certified erosion and sediment control leadperson, and shall comply with the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) prepared for this project.” -“Sediment-laden runoff shall not be allowed to discharge beyond the construction limits in accordance with the Project’s NPDES General Stormwater Permit.” -“The permanent infiltration system (if used) shall not be utilized for TESC runoff. Connect infiltration trench to the upstream stormwater conveyance only after construction is complete and site is stabilized and paved.” • RCW 19.122 requires all owners of underground facilities to notify pipeline companies of scheduled excavations through the one-number locator service if proposed excavation is within 100 feet. Notification must occur in a window of not less than 2 business days but not more than 10 business days before beginning the excavation. If a transmission pipeline company is notified that excavation work will occur near a pipeline, a representative of the company must consult with the excavator on-site prior to excavation.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: MISC: • All proposed improvements shall be designed and constructed to current City Standards. [PMC 14.08.040, 14.08.120, 17.42] • Civil engineering drawings cannot be accepted until Planning Department requirements have been satisfied, including but not limited to, SEPA, Preliminary Site Plan approval, CUP, and/or Hearing Examiner conditions. • Civil engineering drawings will be required for this project prior to issuance of the first building permit. Included within the civil design package shall be a utility plan overlaid with the proposed landscaping design to ensure that potential conflicts between the two designs have been addressed. - At the time of civil application, submit electronic files in PDF format, through the City’s Permit Portal. Contact the Permit staff via email at PermitCenter@ci.puyallup.wa.us for the initial project submittal. • As of this writing, civil engineering plan review fee is $470.00 (plus an additional per hour rate of $130.00 in excess of 5 hours). The Civil permit shall be $300.00 and the inspection fee shall be 3% of the total cost of the project as calculated on the Engineering Division Cost Estimate form. [City of Puyallup Resolution No. 2098] • Benchmark and monumentation to City of Puyallup datum (NAVD 88) will be required as a part of this project. • Engineering plans submitted for review and approval shall comply with City Standards Section 1.0 and Section 2.0, particularly: - Engineering plans submitted for review and approval shall be based on 24 x 36-inch sheets. - The scale for design plans shall be indicated directly below the north arrow and shall be only 1”=20’ or 1”=30’. The north arrow shall point up or to the right on the plans. - Engineering plan sheets shall be numbered sequentially in this manner: Sheet 1 of 20, Sheet 2 of 20, etc. ending in Sheet 20 of 20. • All applicable City Standard Notes and Standard Details shall be included on the construction plans for this project. A copy of the City Standards can be found on the City’s web site under City Engineering, Development Engineering. • Prior to Acceptance/Occupancy, Record Drawings shall be provided for review and approval by the City. The fee for this review is $200.00. Record Drawings shall be provided as follows: - In accordance with City Standards Manual Section 2.3. - Electronic version of the record drawings in the following formats: 1. AutoCAD Map 2007 or newer in State Plane South Projection 2. PDF
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: SPECIFIC CONDITIONS: -The stormwater design shall comply with both the City's and WSDOT's individual jurisdictional permitting requirements and adopted stormwater regulations. This may require separate stormwater modeling to ensure compliance with each jurisdiction's specific requirements. -The applicant shall provide a downstream analysis of the Clarks Creek basin conveyance system in accordance with the Ecology Manual Section I-3.5.3; and a downstream analysis of the State Highway Basin conveyance system in accordance with WSDOT's requirements. -Publicly owned storm facilities shall be located either in ROW or a separate dedicated tract. -Private stormwater facilities shall be setback 20-ft minimum from property lines and structures. Maintain 20-ft setback between retaining walls and the Emergency Overflow Elevation. Setback area shall not exceed 5% cross-slope.

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