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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 19



Meeting Date: October 10, 2006

Subject/Title: Adopt a negative declaration for the establishment of zoning standards affecting approximately 109.37 acres within four existing Planned Development Zones. Introduce and waive the first reading for a rezone request (Rezone 06-12) to amend Planned Developments (PD) 26, 29, 35, and 58 to establish specific development standards for affected property located generally southwest of the intersection of Grant Street and Minnesota Avenue, north of Lone Tree Way between O’Hara Avenue and Anderson Lane, northwest of the intersection of Fairview Avenue and Grant Street, west of Fairview Avenue and immediately north of Sand Creek Channel, and northeast of the intersection of Broderick Drive and Berry Lane.

Prepared by: Tim Nielsen, Assistant Planner

Submitted by: Howard Sword, Community Development Director


RECOMMENDATION

Both the Planning Commission and staff recommend that the City Council pass a resolution approving the negative declaration and introduce and waive the first reading of an ordinance approving the rezoning request.

PREVIOUS ACTION

The Planning Commission of the City of Brentwood passed Resolution 06-91 on September 19, 2006 recommending that the City Council approve Rezone 06-12 to amend Planned Developments (PD) 26, 29, 35 and 58 affecting approximately 109.37 acres including without limitation the adoption of a negative declaration prepared in support of the project in accordance with CEQA guidelines.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Staff is requesting approval of this City-initiated rezone application for approximately 109.73 acres currently zoned Planned Development (PD), but without specific development standards adopted. Specifically, the request includes adopting development standards for approximately 11.07 acres within PD-26 southwest of the intersection of Grant Street and Minnesota Avenue; approximately 45.68 acres within PD-29 generally located north of Lone Tree Way between O’Hara Avenue and Anderson Lane; approximately 8.13 acres within PD-29 west of Anderson Lane and south of the city limit line; approximately 22.9 acres within PD-35 northwest of the intersection of Fairview Avenue and Grant Street; approximately 20.83 acres within PD-35 located west of Fairview Avenue and immediately north of Sand Creek Channel; and approximately 0.76 acres northeast of the intersection of Broderick Drive and Berry Lane.


BACKGROUND

The City adopted a revised Housing Element in May 2005 to be in compliance with State Housing Element law. Action Program 2.3.5 of the City’s Housing Element requires that the City improve the certainty of residentially-designated land in order to limit constraints on the production of residential units. Specifically, the action program requires that development standards consistent with the Land Use Element of the General Plan be adopted for all remaining vacant multi-family and single-family residentially-designated land within planned development zones commonly referred to as “shell” planned developments. City staff has identified six areas totaling 109.73 acres within current City limits that are zoned planned development, and which have various residential General Plan land use designations, but do not have development standards in place. Existing General Plan land use designations, existing development standards associated with those designations, and current standards and densities associated with existing development on parcels adjacent to the “shell” PD’s were used to determine appropriate development standards as related to the current proposal.

The following table depicts the proposed zoning amendment. Site locations are referenced on the attached location map.

Area “Shell” PD Designation General Plan Designation Acreage* Proposed Action
1 PD-26 Low 11.07 Remove distinction between PA 6(a) and PA 6 of PD-26, applying the standards in place for PA 6(a) to the entire PA 6.
2 PD-29 Very Low 45.68 Adopt customized development standards suitable to the existing General Plan designation for Subarea B of PD-29.
3 PD-29 Very Low 8.13 Adopt development standards similar to the R-1-E Zone for Subarea C of PD-29.
4 PD-35 Ranchette Estate 22.90 Create a new subarea (Subarea J) with standards similar to those utilized within an RE Zone.
5 PD-35 Low 20.83 Create a new subarea (Subarea K) with standards similar to those found in an R-1 Zone, but reflecting the larger lot sizes prevalent in the surrounding neighborhoods.
6 PD-58 High 0.76 Adopt customized development standards suitable to the current General Plan designation and reflecting existing development within the zone.
*Note: acreages are approximate.

Area 1: In 2004 an approximately 4.02-acre parcel located immediately to the west of the subject area, but within PA 6 of PD-26, was rezoned, in effect creating a subarea of PA 6 allowing a minimum lot size of 12,000-square-feet. In proposing development standards for the remainder of PA 6, staff recommends removing the distinction between the portion of PA 6 without existing development standards and the previously-rezoned parcel. By allowing a minimum lot size of 12,000-square-feet, the General Plan density range of 1.1-5.0 units-per-acre can be easily met.

Area 2: These approximately 45.68 acres within Subarea B of PD-29 are designated Very Low Density under the General Plan. An application for rezoning of an approximately 15-acre site within this subarea has been made in order to adopt specific development standards. Staff has taken the proposed standards for the residential project within this same subarea currently being reviewed into consideration and supports a number of the proposed development standards. Many of these standards proposed by the applicant have been included in this rezone request for the entirety of Subarea B of PD-29, given the minimum lot size of 15,000-square-feet and its consistency with the existing General Plan designation (Very Low) allowing residential units at a density of 1.1-3.0 units-per-acre.

Area 3: These approximately 8.13 acres within Subarea C of PD-29 are also designated Very Low Density under the General Plan. In reviewing this subarea, staff feels that application of those standards associated with the R-1-E Zone to the entirety of Subarea C are appropriate, given the knowledge that there is currently no development proposed for this area and the existing General Plan density of 1.1-3.0 units-per-acre.

Area 4: These approximately 22.9 acres within PD-35 are designated Ranchette Estate under the General Plan. Given that there is currently no development proposed on these parcels, and the presence of well-established residential units on most of them, staff proposes the creation of a new Subarea J within PD-35, adopting development standards similar to those utilized in the Ranchette Estate Zone. These are appropriate given the General Plan density range of 0.1-1.0 units-per-acre. It should be noted that some of the residents affected within this area are concerned about being rezoned. Staff would like to point out that the designation of this area under the General Plan is not changing, but only that specific development standards are being proposed that are in conformance with the existing General Plan designation of Ranchette Estate. With no standards in place, residents would be unable to build additions on to their homes, build accessory structures, add secondary housing units, or make other improvements common in residential developments.

Area 5: These approximately 20.83 acres within PD-35 are designated Low Density under the General Plan. Staff suggests the creation of a new Subarea K within PD-35, but with development standards similar to those found in the R-1-8 Zone. These proposed lot sizes will allow development well within the General Plan density range of 1.1-5.0 units-per-acre. The other major feature of the proposed Subarea K is the requirement for an 80-foot wide open space buffer along the north side of the Sand Creek channel.

Area 6: These approximately 0.76 acres are within PD-58 and are designated High Density under the General Plan. Each of the five affected parcels has an existing building on it. Staff has crafted development standards for this planned development similar to those found within the R-3 Zone.

A negative declaration has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The project involves no direct physical changes to the environment and results in no new impacts that were not anticipated with the previously prepared General Plan EIR. No further environmental review is required for this zone change. The negative declaration prepared for this project is attached.

With the writing of the negative declaration, there were thought to be seven areas within Brentwood that were designated for residential uses under the General Plan, that were zoned Planned Development, but that did not have specific development standards adopted. Upon further review, staff found that one of the areas in question, approximately 3.45 acres within PD-6 southwest of the intersection of Sand Creek Road and Highland Way, did have development standards in place in accordance with the existing High Density residential General Plan designation. Therefore, this area has been eliminated from this rezoning request.

It should be noted that the Planning Commission enthusiastically supported the proposed amendments to the Zoning Ordinance, given the conformance to the Brentwood General Plan, the ease of use allowed by the particular format the text is presented in, and the facilitation of future residential development within Brentwood as a result of clear standards being in place prior to receipt of development or redevelopment applications for these properties.

FISCAL IMPACT

No fiscal impacts would occur at this time. Once development of any of the project areas occurs, the areas would generate an increased demand for the urban services that the City provides, which in turn would result in ongoing service delivery costs associated with the increased number of potential residential units. Any future developer(s) of these areas will be required to pay all applicable fees in effect at the time that development occurs.

Attachment:
1. Project location map
2. Negative declaration resolution
3. Rezone 06-12 Ordinance
4. Negative declaration for Rezone 06-12


RESOLUTION NO.


A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD ADOPTING A NEGATIVE DECLARATION PREPARED FOR REZONE 06-12 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AFFECTING APPROXIMATELY 109.37 ACRES WITHIN PLANNED DEVELOPMENT ZONES 26, 29, 35 AND 58 GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTHWEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF GRANT STREET AND MINNESOTA AVENUE, NORTH OF LONE TREE WAY BETWEEN O’HARA AVENUE AND ANDERSON LANE, NORTHWEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF FAIRVIEW AVENUE AND GRANT STREET, WEST OF FAIRVIEW AVENUE IMMEDIATELY NORTH OF SAND CREEK CHANNEL, AND NORTHEAST OF THE INTERSECTION OF BRODERICK DRIVE AND BERRY LANE.

WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 06-91 adopted on September 19, 2006, the Planning Commission of the City of Brentwood has recommended that the City Council approve a negative declaration for the proposed rezone request developed in accordance with Action Program 2.3.5 of the General Plan Housing Element; and

WHEREAS, an initial study and negative declaration were prepared for this project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and are considered a part of this review and approval process; and

WHEREAS, the negative declaration identifies no potentially significant environmental effects associated with the proposed project which have not bee previously analyzed and no new impacts are likely as a result of this project that require mitigation; and

WHEREAS, the availability of said environmental document for the minimum 20-day public review and comment period was begun on July 21, 2006, and ended on August 10, 2006, and no comments were received; and

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Brentwood considered this negative declaration at a public hearing at its regular meeting of September 26, 2006, and considered the staff report, all accompanying information, and public testimony received from interested parties.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood:

A. Hereby finds that:

1. The negative declaration for the project has been prepared and circulated in accordance with all applicable provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act and represents the independent judgment of the City of Brentwood; and

2. Pursuant to sections 15162 and 15168(c) of the CEQA Guidelines, the City Council finds that the project is within the scope of the development levels evaluated in the Program EIR prepared for the City of Brentwood General Plan. The Initial Study has further evaluated potential project-specific impacts to the environment. Based on this evidence and the negative declaration, this City Council finds that the project will not have any significant environmental impacts that were not studied in the Program EIR. The negative declaration as well as the Program EIR for the General Plan are adequate for all approvals relating to the project; and

3. The City Council further finds that no significant new information within the meaning of the Public Resources Code Section 21092.1 and CEQA Guidelines Section 15088.5 has been presented to the City that would necessitate recirculation of the negative declaration for public review. The City Council has considered all verbal and written comments relating to the negative declaration and finds no significant new information has arisen; and

B. Hereby adopts the negative declaration for Rezone 06-12 establishing development standards for approximately 109.37 acres within the City of Brentwood.

C. The City is the custodian of the documents and other materials which constitute the record of proceedings upon which this decision is based, which documents and other materials are located at the City of Brentwood 150 City Park Way, Brentwood, Ca 94513.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a regular meeting held on the October 10, 2006 by the following vote:



ORDINANCE NO.


AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD APPROVING A REZONE (RZ 06-12) OF APPROXIMATELY 109.37 ACRES WITHIN PLANNED DEVELOPMENT ZONES 26, 29, 35 AND 58 TO ESTABLISH SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR AFFECTED PROPERTIES GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTHWEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF GRANT STREET AND MINNESOTA AVENUE, NORTH OF LONE TREE WAY BETWEEN O’HARA AVENUE AND ANDERSON LANE, NORTHWEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF FAIRVIEW AVENUE AND GRANT STREET, WEST OF FAIRVIEW AVENUE IMMEDIATELY NORTH OF SAND CREEK CHANNEL, AND NORTHEAST OF THE INTERSECTION OF BRODERICK DRIVE AND BERRY LANE.

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Brentwood passed Resolution 2005-110 on May 10, 2005 to update the City’s Housing Element of the General Plan; and

WHEREAS, Action Program 2.3.5 of the City’s Housing Element specifies that specific development standards consistent with the Land Use Element of the General Plan be adopted for all remaining vacant multi-family and single-family residentially-designated land within planned development zones commonly referred to as “shell” planned developments; and

WHEREAS, the City has identified approximately 109.37 acres located within “shell” planned developments that are currently designated for residential development under the General Plan and do not have development standards in place; and

WHEREAS, the City is required to maintain consistency between different elements of the General Plan and consistency between the General Plan and City zoning regulations; and

WHEREAS, this proposed Rezone (RZ 06-12) involving the amendment of the PD 26, 29, 35, and 58 zones will provide consistency between the City’s General Plan and zoning regulations; and

WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Brentwood conducted a duly noticed public hearing on September 19, 2006, considered public comments, and passed Resolution No. 06-91, which recommended approval of this rezone (RZ 06-12) request; and

WHEREAS, a Notice of Public Hearing was distributed to all property owners of record within 300 feet of the project site and published in the Brentwood Press on September 29, 2006, in accordance with City policies and Government Code Section 65090; and

WHEREAS, the City Council held a public hearing on the proposed zoning amendments on October 10, 2006, for the purpose of reviewing the project, considering the Planning Commission’s action, and considering all comments made by the public with respect to the request; and

WHEREAS, after the close of the public hearing, the City Council considered all public comments received both before and during the public hearing, the Planning Commission recommendation, the presentation by City staff, the staff report, and all other pertinent goals, polices, regulations, and documents regarding the proposed rezone and specific development standards; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood:

A. Hereby makes the following supporting findings for this zoning amendment request:

1. The proposed rezone request has been processed in accordance with the applicable provisions of the California Government Code and the California Environmental Quality Act; and

2. The sites are physically suitable for the proposed rezone request given their potential for future development or redevelopment and as there are currently no development standards in place for these areas; and

3. The proposed rezone request is not likely to cause serious public health problems as there is no actual construction or physical changes proposed in conjunction with this rezone request and that all future development applications will require additional environmental review; and

4. The proposed rezone request includes clear development standards for the uses permitted under the General Plan and Zoning Ordinance as all development standards proposed in conjunction with this request are in conformance with General Plan densities and allowable land uses; and

5. The proposed rezone request will provide standards to ensure future development that is consistent and compatible with surrounding uses in that neighboring land uses and development densities were taken into consideration while formulating the proposed development standards in addition to unique natural features such as existing creeks and waterways; and

6. The proposed rezone request will establish development standards that increase the City’s ability to serve the housing needs of the City and the region and will not create a detrimental imbalance between the public service needs of its residents and available fiscal and environmental resources (Government Code Section 65863.6) as many of the areas affected by the request are infill parcels that already have existing infrastructure available designed to handle the added service needs while future projects located within non-infill areas will be required to provide or upgrade the necessary services to accommodate the level of service increase created by their projects; and

7. The proposed rezone request will clearly result in a more efficient use of land given the current lack of development or underutilization of the affected parcels at this time; and

8. The proposed rezone request is for property that has a suitable relationship to one or more thoroughfares, and said thoroughfares with required improvements will be able to carry traffic resulting from this request; and

9. The rezoning request does not inhibit the City’s ability to plan a unified and organized arrangement of buildings and service facilities which are appropriate in relation to adjacent or nearby properties; and

10. The natural and scenic qualities of the areas affected by this rezone request are protected, with City requirements in place to ensure adequate available public and private open spaces for the affected property in the event that a specific development proposal is received; and

11. The proposed rezoning will not be detrimental to the public welfare, will be in the best interests of the City, and will further the objectives of the Zoning Ordinance and goals of the City's General Plan, including all relevant Elements thereof.

B. Hereby adds subsection (c) to Section 17.476.010 of the Brentwood Municipal Code relating to Planning Area 6 of Planned Development 26 as follows:

C. Intent. In order to achieve the purpose of the PD-26 (planned development twenty-six) zone in implementing the development of single-family housing, the zone shall entail a spectrum of individual lot sizes distributed according to the allocation of units represented by Exhibit 1, sheet 4 which is attached hereto and made a part of the ordinance codified in this chapter. The primary uses of this area shall consist of single-family, park, and open space uses. The Planning Areas shall be as shown in Section 17.476.150 of this chapter and made a part of this chapter, and as further described below.

C. Hereby deletes Section 17.476.064 of the Brentwood Municipal Code in its entirety and replaces it as follows:

17.476.064 Regulations for Planning Area 6, Lot area, yards, height and other regulations for development.

A. Minimum Lot Area:
The minimum lot area shall be 12,000 square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width:
The minimum lot width shall be seventy (70) feet as measured from the front building line.

C. Minimum Front Yard Setback:
The standard building setback shall be a minimum of twenty-five (25) feet.

D. Minimum Side Yard Setbacks:
Side yard setbacks shall be a minimum of ten (10) feet.

E. Minimum Rear Yard Setback:
The rear yard setback for lots shall be a minimum of thirty (30) feet (as measured from the property line to the building foundation).

F. Building Height:
The maximum building height for all structures shall not exceed thirty-five (35) feet and/or 2 stories.

G. Design. All homes shall be designed with a minimum square footage of 2,500 square feet. None of the homes shall have the same floor plan and/or exterior elevation.

D. Hereby adds Section 17.476.150, comprised of the Planned Development 26 (PD-26) Sub Area Map, to the Brentwood Municipal Code in the form of Exhibit A attached hereto.

E. Hereby deletes Chapter 17.479 of the Brentwood Municipal Code, related to Planned Development 29, in its entirety and replaces it with Chapter 17.479 attached hereto as Exhibit B.

F. Hereby deletes Chapter 17.485 of the Brentwood Municipal Code, related to Planned Development 35, in its entirety and replaces it with Chapter 17.485 attached hereto as Exhibit C.

G. Hereby adds Chapter 17.513 of the Brentwood Municipal Code, related to Planned Development 58, attached hereto as Exhibit D.

H. Hereby sets forth that this Ordinance shall be published in accordance with applicable law, by one or more of the following methods:

1. Posting the entire Ordinance in at least three (3) public places in the City of Brentwood, within fifteen (15) days after its passage and adoption; or

2. Publishing the entire Ordinance at least once in the Brentwood Press, a newspaper of general circulation published in the County of Contra Costa and circulated in the City of Brentwood, within fifteen (15) days after this passage and adoption; or

3. Publishing a summary of the Ordinance prepared by the City Attorney in the Brentwood Press and posting a certified copy of the entire Ordinance in the Office of the City Clerk at least five (5) days prior to passage and adoption, along with the names of those City Council members voting for and against the Ordinance.

E. Hereby sets forth that this Ordinance shall go into effect thirty (30) days after the date of its passage and adoption.

F. Hereby sets forth that in accordance with Government Code Section 65863.5, upon the effective date of this Ordinance, a copy shall be delivered to the County Assessor.

Exhibits:
1. Exhibit A – Planned Development 26 (PD-26) Sub Area Map
2. Exhibit B – Chapter 17.479 related to Planned Development 29
3. Exhibit C – Chapter 17.485 related to Planned Development 35
4. Exhibit D – Chapter 17.513 related to Planned Development 58
EXHIBIT A TO
CITY COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO.
HOUSING ELEMENT COMPLIANCE (RZ 06-12)

17.476.150 Planning Area Map for PD-26















EXHIBIT B TO
CITY COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO.
HOUSING ELEMENT COMPLIANCE (RZ 06-12)

Chapter 17.479
PD-29 (Planned Development Twenty-Nine)
Zone

Sections:
17.479.001 Authority, Purpose and Intent
17.479.002 Permitted Uses
17.479.003 Conditionally Permitted Uses
17.479.004 Development Regulations for Subarea A
17.479.005 Development Regulations for Subarea B
17.479.006 Development Regulations for Subarea C
17.479.007 Other Regulations
17.479.008 Subarea Map

17.479.001 Authority, Purpose and Intent.

The authority, purpose and intent for the adoption of the PD-29 (planned development twenty-nine) zone are as follows:

A. Authority. PD-29 zone is adopted pursuant to the authority set forth in Chapter 17.450, Planned Development Zones--General Regulations of the Brentwood Municipal Code.

B. Purpose. The purpose of the PD-29 zone is to permit and regulate the orderly development of single-family detached homes, and public uses in accordance with the goals of the city of Brentwood’s planned development regulations. PD-29 is divided into three subareas as shown in Section 17.479.008 of this chapter, as further described below.

17.479.002 Permitted Uses.

Permitted uses in the PD-29 zone are those permitted under R-1 (single-family residential) zone, Section 17.130.002.

17.479.003 Conditionally Permitted Uses.

Conditionally permitted uses are those uses identified in Section 17.130.003, which are subject to the granting of a conditional use permit by the city.

17.479.004 Regulations for subarea A.

The following regulations shall apply to subarea A:

A. Minimum lot area: seven thousand square feet;

B. Average lot area: nine thousand square feet;

C. Minimum lot width: seventy feet.

1. The lot width for lots on cul-de-sacs, curvilinear streets, etc. shall be a minimum of forty feet at the front property line;

D. Minimum lot depth: one hundred feet;

E. Minimum front yard: twenty feet to the garage; except twelve feet to the garage for a swing driveway. Fifteen feet to any living space. Twelve feet for porches;

F. Minimum lot frontage: one-half the required lot width;

G. Minimum side yard: minimum five feet; sum of both sides, fifteen feet. Corner lots shall maintain a minimum side yard on the street of ten feet. Driveways and/or flatwork shall be allowed within the setback area;

H. Minimum rear yard: twenty feet;

I. Maximum lot coverage: forty percent;

J. Maximum building height: no main building shall exceed the height of two stories and thirty feet. The single-story detached garage unit shall not exceed fifteen feet in height. The two-story detached garage unit shall not exceed twenty-five feet in height;

K. Detached garages and outbuildings: will have a minimum setback of five feet from all property lines. The two-story scheme B detached garage unit shall only be constructed on lots 5, 12, 15, 24, 25, 26, 36, 37, 48, 49, 52, 55, 66, 69, 76, 80, 82, 84, 87, 89, 101, 131, and 136 within subdivision no. 8226 and lots 2, 4, 14, 20, 23, 44, 45, 48, 51, 53, 54, 55, 57, 72, 74, 96, 98, 99, 101, and 107 within subdivision no. 8402. The scheme C detached unit can include a kitchen area. Such detached garage/outbuildings shall not be constructed with a foundation footprint larger than twenty-one feet by twenty-one feet (four hundred forty-one square feet);

L. The development of this zoning district shall be substantially in accordance with the development plan. Variations in the development plan including street and lot pattern may be approved through the subdivision map process;

M. Maximum number of dwelling units shall be two hundred forty-five;

N. A minimum of fifty percent of the homes abutting O’Hara Avenue shall be single-story;

O. Side-loading garage: ten percent of the lots shall have side-loading garages;

P. Corner lots: fifty percent of corner lots shall have single-story units;

Q. A minimum of twenty-five percent of the lots shall have single-story units;

R. The city’s decorative street light standard shall be utilized throughout the subdivision.

17.479.005 Regulations for Subarea B.

The following regulations shall apply to Subarea B:

A. Minimum Lot Area: Fifteen thousand (15,000) square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Ninety (90) feet with the exception that cul-de-sac and knuckle lots shall have at least a thirty (30) foot width at the front property line.

C. Minimum Front Yard setback: Twenty (20) feet.

D. Minimum Side Yard setback: Ten (10) feet, the sum of both sides shall be twenty (20) feet. Corner lots shall maintain a minimum fifteen (15) foot setback street side yard setback.

E. Minimum Rear Yard setback: Twenty (20) feet.

F. Maximum Lot Coverage: Forty (40) percent.

G. Maximum Building Height: Two (2) stories and thirty-five (35) feet.

17.479.006 Regulations for Subarea C.

The following regulations shall apply to Subarea C:

A. Minimum Lot Area: Fourteen thousand five hundred (14,500) square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: One Hundred (100) feet with the following exception: A cul-de-sac lot shall have a width of not less than one hundred (100) feet measured thirty (30) feet from the front property line and no less than forty (40) foot width at the front property line.

C. Minimum Front Yard setback: Twenty (20) feet.

D. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Ten (10) feet, the sum of both sides shall be twenty-five (25) feet. Corner lots shall maintain a minimum fifteen (15) foot setback street side yard setback.

E. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Thirty (30) feet.

F. Maximum Lot Coverage: Forty (40) percent.

G. Maximum Building Height: No principal structure shall exceed two (2) stories and thirty (30) feet in height. Accessory buildings shall not exceed one (1) story and fifteen (15) feet except that barns, utilized within those subdivisions for large livestock, may be constructed to a height of thirty-five (35) feet if approved in accordance with the Conditional Use Permit procedures.


17.479.007 Other Regulations

A. Design and site development review shall be required for all housing units pursuant to Sections 17.100.003 and 17.100.004 (H);

B. Off-street parking shall be provided pursuant to Chapter 17.620 and Section 17.100.004 (H);

C. The parking and storage of boats, trailers and similar vehicles and equipment shall be subject to the provisions of Section 17.620.016;

D. Accessory buildings and structures shall be permitted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 17.660;

E. Architectural features may project into any required yard pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 17.660;

17.479.08 Subarea Map for PD-29






EXHIBIT C TO
CITY COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO.
HOUSING ELEMENT COMPLIANCE (RZ 06-12)

CHAPTER 17.485
PD-35 (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT THIRTY-FIVE)
ZONE

SECTIONS:
17.485.001 Authority, Purpose and Intent
17.485.002 Permitted Uses
17.485.003 Conditionally Permitted Uses
17.485.004 General Development Standards for Subarea A
17.485.005 General Development Standards for Subarea B
17.485.006 General Development Standards for Subarea C
17.485.007 General Development Standards for Subarea D
17.485.008 General Development Standards for Subarea E
17.485.009 General Development Standards for Subarea F
17.485.010 General Development Standards for Subarea G
17.485.011 General Development Standards for Subarea H
17.485.012 General Development Standards for Subarea I
17.485.013 General Development Standards for Subarea J
17.485.014 General Development Standards for Subarea K
17.485.015 Design Review Criteria for Subareas A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, and K
17.485.016 Other Regulations for Subareas A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, and K
17.485.017 Other Regulations for Subarea B:
17.485.018 Subarea Map for PD-35

17.485.001 Authority, Purpose and Intent:
The authority, purpose and intent for the adoption of Planned Development Thirty-five (PD-35) Zone (see the attached Subarea map) are as follows:

A. Authority: PD-35 is adopted pursuant to the authority set forth in Chapter 17.450 Planned Development Zones, General Regulations.

B. Purpose: The purpose of the PD-35 Zone is to permit and regulate the development of commercial sites and single family neighborhoods within the boundaries of the zone in accordance with the Brentwood General Plan.

C. Intent: It is intended that in order to achieve the purpose of the PD-35 Zone, the coordinated development of the area encompassed by the zone will be undertaken in accordance with the Brentwood General Plan

17.485.002 Permitted Uses: The following uses are permitted in the PD-35 Zone:

A. The following uses are permitted in Subareas A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, and K:

1. Those uses permitted under the R-1 Zone, Section 17.130.002.

2. The continuation of the existing year round Gursky Ranch operation.

3. Attached housing units in order to comply with the city’s adopted affordable housing ordinance.

B. The following uses are permitted in Subarea J:

1. Those uses permitted under the RE Zone, Section 17.110.002.

C. The following uses are permitted in Subarea B:

1. Convenience retail uses such as bakeries, pastry shops, book stores, candy stores, florists, newsstands, stationery/gift shops, ice-cream parlors, and similar uses.

2. Supermarkets, drug stores, and similar uses.

3. Barber or beauty shops, shoe repair, laundromats, dry cleaners, and similar uses.

17.485.003 Conditionally Permitted Uses:
The following uses are conditionally permitted in the PD-35 Zone:

A. The following uses are conditionally permitted in Subareas A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, and K:

1. Upon obtaining a Use Permit, those uses permitted under the R-1 Zone, Section 17.130.003.

B. The following uses are conditionally permitted in Subarea J:

1. Upon obtaining a Use Permit, those use permitted under the RE Zone, section 17.110.003

C. The following uses are conditionally permitted in Subarea B:

1. On-sale or off-sale liquor establishments.

2. Fuel sale facilities, convenience stores, automated car washes, meeting rooms/fraternal halls, and neighborhood community centers.

3. Restaurants and cafes.

4. Nurseries, child care centers, day care centers, and similar uses.

5. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines, because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances require special consideration and regulations through the conditional use permit procedure.

17.485.004 General Development Standards for Subarea A:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Single-Family Residential (Eight thousand [8,000] square feet to nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety-nine [19,999] square feet).

1. Minimum Lot Size: Eight thousand (8,000) square feet.

2. Minimum Lot Width: Seventy (70) feet as measured at the front building line.

3. Minimum Street Frontage: Thirty (30) feet.

4. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Fifteen (15) foot minimum with an overall average setback of twenty (20) feet. Front facing garages shall be setback a minimum of twenty (20) feet.

5. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Seven (7) foot minimum with a seventeen (17) foot aggregate setback, as measured from the property line to the building foundation. Corner lots shall maintain a minimum side yard setback, on the street side, of ten (10) feet.

6. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) foot minimum as measured from the property line to the building foundation. Rear yard garages shall be considered an Accessory Building and shall meet all requirements as shown in Section 17.660.006 of Brentwood’s Zoning Ordinance.

7. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet.

B. Single-Family Residential (Twenty thousand [20,000] square feet or larger).

1. Minimum Lot Size: Twenty thousand (20,000) square feet.

2. Minimum Lot Width: Ninety (90) feet as measured at the front building line.

3. Minimum Street Frontage: Forty-five (45) feet.

4. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Twenty (20) foot minimum. Front facing garages shall be setback a minimum of twenty (20) feet.

5. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Ten (10) foot minimum with a twenty-five (25) foot aggregate setback. Corner lots shall maintain a minimum side yard setback, on the street side, of fifteen (15) feet.

6. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) foot minimum. Rear yard garages shall be considered an Accessory Building and shall meet all requirements as shown in Section 17.660.006 of the Brentwood Zoning Ordinance.

7. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet.

17.485.005 General Development Standards for Subarea B of PD-35: All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Area: Twenty-five thousand (25,000) square feet, except that a
master planned shopping center may be subdivided into parcels having a minimum lot area of ten thousand (10,000) square feet and a minimum lot width of one hundred (100) feet.

B. Minimum Street Frontage: One hundred twenty (120) feet, except in the event of a subdivision pursuant to subsection A of this section where frontage is not required provided perpetual access is provided by easements.

C. Minimum Street Frontage Yards: None Required.

D. Minimum Non-Street Frontage Yards: Five (5) feet, except that buildings located along the southerly boundary of the subarea shall be setback at least twenty (20) feet from said boundary. These yards shall be screened if required pursuant to Section 17.630.

E. Maximum Building Height: The maximum height of all structures in the PD-35 Subarea "B" Zone shall be two (2) stories not to exceed thirty (30) feet.


17.485.006 General Development Standards for Subarea C:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Size: Nine thousand (9,000) square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Eighty (80) feet.

C. Minimum Lot Depth: One hundred ten (110) feet, except that lots on cul-de-sacs shall have a minimum depth of eighty-five (85) feet.

D. Minimum Lot Frontage: Forty (40) feet at the front property line.

E. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet to the garage, except fifteen (15) feet for turned garages and (15) fifteen feet to any living space.

F. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Five (5) feet, with an aggregate of fifteen (15) feet. Corner lots shall maintain a minimum street side setback of ten (10) feet. A minimum of fifteen (15) feet shall be maintained between houses.

G. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet.

H. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet and two (2) stories.

I. Maximum Lot Coverage: Forty (40) percent.

J. Maximum Number of Dwelling Units: sixty-seven (67).

K. Garages at the rear of the lot shall have a minimum rear and side yard of five (5) feet.



17.485.007 General Development Standards for Subarea D:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Single-Family Residential (Eight thousand [8,000] square feet to nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety-nine [19,999] square feet).

1. Minimum Lot Area: Eight (8,000) thousand square feet.

2. Minimum Lot Width: Seventy (70) feet as measured at the front building line.

3. Minimum Street Frontage: Thirty (30) feet.

4. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Fifteen (15) feet with an average overall setback of twenty (20) feet. Thirty (30) percent or more of setbacks must randomly deviate from the average overall setback. Front facing garages shall be set back a minimum of twenty (20) feet as measured from property line to garage lip.

5. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Fifteen (15) feet aggregate, with seven (7) feet as a minimum, as measured from the property line to the building foundation. Corner lots shall maintain a minimum side yard on the street side of ten (10) feet. A proposed detached garage structure may be located within the side yard up to a “zero” setback (three [3] feet per Uniform Building Code). Side yard setback minimums for cul-de-sac or knuckle nonrectangular lots shall be seven (7) feet at the front corners of the structure. When the side of the house is not parallel to a property line, the average aggregate side yard setback shall not be less than fifteen (15) feet.

6. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet as measured from the property line to the building foundation. The proposed garage structure may be located within the rear yard up to a “zero” setback (three [3] feet as per the Uniform Building Code).

7. Setbacks from Sidewalks: Where public sidewalks are located within the confines of a development lot, minimum setbacks shall be measured from the inside of the sidewalk irrespective of the property line location.

8. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet.

9. Fences: Minimum clearance from any part of the residence to a side yard fence shall be five (5) feet. Side yard fences on the street side of corner lots shall be five (5) feet behind the back of walk, or one (1) foot from the top of slope, whichever is greater.

B. Single-Family Residential (Greater than twenty thousand [20,000] square feet).

1. Minimum Lot Area: Twenty thousand (20,000) square feet.

2. Minimum Lot Width: Ninety (90) feet, as measured at the front building line.

3. Minimum Street Frontage: Forty-five (45) feet.

4. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Fifteen (15) feet with an average overall setback of twenty (20) feet. Thirty (30) percent or more of setbacks must randomly deviate from the average overall setback. Front facing garages shall be set back minimum of twenty (20) feet.

5. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Thirty (30) feet aggregate, with twelve (12) feet as a minimum, as measured from the property line to the building foundation. Corner lots shall maintain a minimum side yard on the street side of fifteen (15) feet. The proposed garage structure may be located within the side yard up to a ten (10) foot setback.

6. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet with an average overall setback of at least twenty (20) feet as measured from the property line to the building foundation. The proposed garage structure may be located within the rear yard up to a “zero” setback (three [3] feet as per the Uniform Building Code).

7. Setbacks from Sidewalks: Where public sidewalks are located within the confines of a development lot, minimum setbacks shall be measured from the inside of the sidewalk irrespective of the property line location.

8. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet.

17.485.008 General Development Standards for Subarea E:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Size: Eight thousand (8,000) square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Seventy (70) feet

C. Minimum Lot Depth: One hundred ten (110) feet.

D. Minimum Lot Frontage: One-half the required lot width.

E. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet to the garage door face, fifteen (15) feet to any primary building wall.

F. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Seven (7) feet; aggregate fifteen (15) feet. All corner lots shall have a minimum of ten (10) feet on the street side.

G. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet.

H. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet and two (2) stories.

I. Maximum Lot Coverage: Forty (40) percent.


17.485.009 General Development Standards for Subarea F:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Area: Eight thousand (8,000) square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Seventy (70) feet

C. Minimum Lot Depth: One hundred ten (110) feet.

D. Minimum Lot Frontage: One-half the required lot width.

E. Minimum Front Yard: Twenty (20) feet to the garage; twelve (12) feet to any primary building wall.

F. Minimum Side Yard: Five (5) feet; aggregate fifteen (15) feet. All corner lots shall maintain a minimum side yard on the street side of ten (10) feet.

G. Minimum Rear Yard: Twenty (20) feet.

H. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet and two (2) stories.

I. Maximum Lot Coverage: Forty (40) percent.

17.485.010 General Development Standards for Subarea G:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Size: Eight thousand (8,000) square feet, with the exception of Parcels A and B of Minor Subdivision No. 357-04, which shall have a minimum lot size of five thousand four hundred (5,400) square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Seventy (70) feet, with the exception of Parcels A and B of Minor Subdivision No. 357-04, which shall have a minimum lot width of fifty-five (55) feet.


C. Minimum Lot Depth: One hundred five (105) feet.

D. Minimum Lot Frontage: One-half the required lot width.

E. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet to the garage, fifteen (15) feet to any primary building wall.

F. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Seven (7) feet with an aggregate of fifteen (15) feet (ten [10] feet on the street side of corner lots), with the exception of duet units, which shall have a common side yard setback of zero feet with an aggregate of fifteen (15) feet (ten [10] feet on the street side of corner lots).

G. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet.

H. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet and two (2) stories.

I. Maximum Lot Coverage: Forty-five (45) percent for single-story units, provided that a minimum of thirty-five (35) percent of the total number of lots have single-story units, otherwise the maximum lot coverage shall be forty (40) percent; forty (40) percent for two-story units.

17.485.011 General Development Standards for Subarea H.
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Size: Eight thousand (8,000) square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Sixty-five (65) feet (the width of all lots shall be measured thirty [30] feet from the front property line).

C. Minimum Lot Depth: One hundred (100) feet.

D. Minimum Lot Frontage: One-half the required lot width.

E. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet to the garage, fifteen (15) feet to any primary building wall.

F. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Five (5) feet with an aggregate of fifteen (15) feet (ten [10] feet on the street side of corner lots), and a minimum of fifteen (15) feet between houses.

G. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet.

H. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet and two (2) stories.

I. Maximum Lot Coverage: Forty (40) percent.

17.485.012 General Development Standards for Subarea I:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Size: Five thousand eight hundred (5,800) square feet; three thousand six hundred (3,600) square feet for duets.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Sixty (60) feet; Forty (40) feet for duets; Thirty (30) feet for cul-de-sac lots, as measured at the front property line.

C. Minimum Lot Depth: Eighty (80) feet.

D. Minimum Lot Frontage: One-half the required lot width.

E. Minimum Front Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet to front facing garage door and fifteen (15) feet to any primary building wall.

F. Minimum Side Yard Setback: Five (5) feet with an aggregate of twelve (12) feet and ten (10) feet on the street side of a corner lot (zero [0] feet with an aggregate of fifteen [15] feet for Lot 32 of VTSM 8982).

G. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: Twenty (20) feet (zero [0] feet for Lot 31 and ten [10] feet for Lot 32 of VTSM 8982).

H. Maximum Building Height: Thirty (30) feet and two (2) stories.

I. Maximum Lot Coverage: Forty-five (45) percent for single-story units, providing that a minimum of thirty-five (35) percent of the total number of lots have single-story units, otherwise the maximum lot coverage shall be forty (40) percent; forty (40) percent for two-story units.

J. Corner Lot Fence Setback: Five (5) feet from the street side property line; all other fence regulations shall adhere to the requirements of Chapter 17.660 of the Municipal Code.

17.485.013 General Development Standards for Subarea J:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Area: One (1) acre.

B. Minimum Lot Width: One Hundred Forty (140) feet except as provided for in paragraph F.1.

C. Minimum Front Yard: Twenty (20) feet.

D. Minimum Side Yards: Twenty (20) feet, except as provided in paragraph F.2.

E. Minimum Rear Yard: Forty (40) feet.

F. Exceptions:

1. Cul-de-sac lots shall have a width of not less than on hundred (140) feet measured thirty (30) feet from the front property line and no less than sixty (60) foot width at the front property line.

2. Corner lots shall maintain a side yard on the street of twenty-five (25) feet.

G. Maximum Building Height: No accessory or main building shall exceed a height of two (2) stories and thirty-five (35) feet.

17.485.014 General Development Standards for Subarea K:
All permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall conform to the Development Standards set forth below:

A. Minimum Lot Area: Eight thousand (8,000) square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Seventy (70) feet except as provided for in paragraph F.1.

C. Minimum Front Yard: Twenty (20) feet.

D. Minimum Side Yards: Seven (7) feet, the sum of both sides, twenty (20) feet, except as provided in paragraph F.2.

E. Minimum Rear Yard: Twenty (20) feet.

F. Exceptions:

1. Cul-de-sac lots shall have a width of not less than seventy (70) feet measured thirty (30) feet from the front property line.

2. Corner lots shall maintain a side yard on the street of ten (10) feet.

G. Maximum Building Height: No main building shall exceed a height of two (2) stories and thirty (30) feet.

H. An open-space buffer of eighty (80) feet shall be established along the southern extents of the Subarea adjacent to Sand Creek Channel to provide for rehabilitation and restoration of the creek.

17.485.015 Design Review Criteria for Subareas A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, and K:

A. Design and site development review shall be required for all housing developments within PD-35 pursuant Sections 17.100 and 17.800 of the Zoning Ordinance.

B. Where possible, the architect shall mix hip and gable roof forms. Where lots back up to major thoroughfares, rear yard architectural elevations should be designed with enhanced window trim and other features such as balconies, 2nd story bay windows and 2nd story bedroom popouts to provide greater articulation and variety to the rear elevation. Fifty (50) percent of the lots adjacent to arterial thoroughfares shall be single story plans. Structures taller than one story should be designed on wider and/or deeper lots with greater setbacks, developed facing the thoroughfare off a frontage road, or designed in such a manner as to resemble a one-story profile. Deviations from these suggested alternatives will require special consideration.

17.485.016 Other Regulations for Subareas A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, and K:

A. Architectural features (such as cornices, eaves, bay windows and fireplaces) measuring two (2) feet by five (5) feet or less may project into any required setback. Any architectural feature greater than two (2) feet by five (5) feet may not project into any required setback. No portion of the house shall be less than ten (10) feet from the front property line.

B. The landscaping for PD-35 shall promptly comply with the regulations contained in the City of Brentwood Municipal Code Section 17.630 entitled “Landscaping and Screening“ and/or as approved as a part of PD-35. Required landscape plans shall be prepared and submitted with each tract map application within the zone.

C. The design of the subdivision entryway shall consist of a combination of signage, landscaping, lighting, monumentation, hardscape and other materials. This subdivision entryway design shall be reviewed and approved by the Planning Commission.

D. All developer-provided front yard landscaping shall be installed with water conserving materials, as per applicable water conservation ordinances. Landscape and irrigation plans for each typical lot shall be submitted with each tract map application.

E. PD-35 shall contain park areas within or near its boundaries as designed by the Park and Recreation Master Plan. Open space areas may be required to be offered for dedication as part of the public open space or park system. Where such offer of dedication is not accepted, the development shall provide legal arrangements, approved by the City, sufficient to assure the maintenance and preservation of such a space whatever purpose it is intended. Covenants or other legal arrangements shall specify; the ownership of the open space; method of maintenance; responsibility for maintenance; taxes and insurance; compulsory membership and assessment provisions; guarantees that any association formed to own and maintain common open space will not be dissolved without the consent of the City Council; and any other specification deemed necessary by the City.

F. Open space consistent with the commons theme shall be provided as an integrate part of PD-35. Open space shall be eight (8) to ten (10) percent of the acreage for the entire PD-35 area and shall include landscape medians; expanded frontage and parkway landscape, trails/pathways and the linear open space/commons connecting the neighborhood parks.

G. Permitted uses in the park and open space areas include: Public parks and facilities, restrooms, playing fields, parking, playgrounds, drainage channels, Greenbelt areas which are formed by land development, pedestrian and/or bicycle trails, access for maintenance/emergency vehicles, and neighborhood open space/commons.

H. The properties included in PD-35 shall provide for a five (5) acre passive neighborhood park area, the payment of “in-lieu” fees, or a combination thereof, is required by the City’s General Plan. The park area shall consist of one (1) five (5) acre neighborhood park as required by the City of Brentwood and the Recreation Master Plan.

I. Off-street parking shall be provided pursuant to Section 17.620 of the City’s Zoning Ordinance. Where it is possible garages on corner lots shall be able to have their garage entries oriented to the side street, providing that the garage door is setback twenty (20) feet from the property line.

J. The parking and storage of recreational vehicles, boats, trailers and similar vehicles and equipment shall be subject to the provisions of Section17.620.016.

K. Except as otherwise specified in regulations within this document, development of the PD-35 Zone shall be in accordance with existing City standards as contained in the Brentwood Municipal Code.

L. Accessory buildings and structures shall be permitted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 17.660.

M. A minimum of Ten (10) percent of the lots shall have side-loading garages.

N. A minimum of twenty-five (25) percent of the lots shall have single-story units.

O. Fifty (50) percent of the corner lots shall have single-story units.

17.485.017 Other Regulations for Subarea B:

A. Parking: Off-street parking shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 17.620 of the Brentwood Municipal Code.

B. Development Standards: The uses within the PD-35 Subarea "B" Zone shall comply with Section 17.200.003 of the Brentwood Municipal Code.

C. Performance Standards: The uses within the PD-35 Subarea "B" Zone shall comply with Section 17.200.004 of the Brentwood Municipal Code.

D. Signs: All signage for uses within the PD-35 Subarea "B" Zone shall be in accordance with Section 17.640 of the Brentwood Municipal Code.

17.485.018 Subarea Map for PD-35





EXHIBIT D TO
CITY COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO.
HOUSING ELEMENT COMPLIANCE (RZ 06-12)

CHAPTER 17.513
PD-58 (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT FIFTY-EIGHT)
ZONE

Sections:
17.513.001 Authority, Purpose and Intent
17.513.002 Permitted Uses
17.513.003 Conditionally Permitted Uses
17.513.004 General Development Standards
17.513.005 Zone Map for PD-58

17.513.001 Authority, Purpose and Intent: The authority, purpose and intent for the adoption of Planned Development Fifty-Eight (PD-58) Zone are as follows:

A. Authority: PD-58 is adopted pursuant to the authority set forth in Chapter 17.450 Planned Development Zones, General Regulations.

B. Purpose: The purpose of the Planned Development 58 Zone is to permit and regulate the development of multi-family units in accordance with the Brentwood General Plan.

C. Intent: It is intended that in order to achieve the purpose of the Planned Development 58 Zone, that the development of the parcels will be undertaken in accordance with the Brentwood General Plan as follows:

1. A maximum of 20 dwelling units per acre will be developed within the subarea.

2. Lot sizes of a minimum of 6,000 square feet will be created.

17.513.002 Permitted Uses:

A. Duplex, triplex, apartments and other small multi-family structures; townhouses and single-family attached homes.

B. Rooming and boarding subject to Section 17.650.003.

C. Accessory facilities or buildings related to the primary use subject to Chapter 17.660.

D. Temporary Uses related to the primary use subject to obtaining a Temporary Use Permit pursuant to Chapter 17.850.

E. Home Occupations subject to obtaining a Home Occupation Permit pursuant to Chapter 17.840.

F. The keeping of domestic animals or pets subject to Chapter 17.670.

G. Signs subject to Chapter 17.640.

17.513.003 Conditionally Permitted Uses:

A. Public facilities including parks, playgrounds, public schools and other public buildings.

B. Churches and religious institutions and parochial or private schools.

C. Community buildings, clubs and activities of quasi-public, social, fraternal or recreational character such as golf, tennis and swimming clubs intended to primarily serve the immediate neighborhood or residential project.

D. Large residential care facilities.

E. Dog fancier’s license in accordance with the provisions of Section 17.670.009.

17.513.004 General Development Standards:

A. Minimum Lot Area: 6,000 square feet.

B. Minimum Lot Width: Sixty (60) feet.

C. Minimum Front Yard: Ten (10) feet for two story structures, ten (10) feet for one-story structures.

D. Minimum Side Yards: Five (5) feet, the sum of both sides, fifteen (15) feet.

E. Minimum Rear Yard: Ten (10) feet.

F. Maximum Building Height: No main building shall exceed a height of two (2) stories and thirty (30) feet.

G. Maximum Lot Coverage: 50%.

H. Design and Site Development Review shall be required for all housing units pursuant to Sections 17.100.003 and 17.100.004.H.

I. Off-street parking shall be provided pursuant to Chapter 17.620 and Section 17.100.004.H.

J. The parking and storage of recreational vehicles, boats, trailers and similar vehicles and equipment shall be subject to the provisions of Section17.620.016.

K. Accessory buildings and structures shall be permitted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 17.660.

L. Architectural features may project into any required yard pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 17.660.

17.513.05 Zone Map for PD-58



 

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