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05.17.2012 Final PB Packet CITY OF BOULDER PLANNING BOARD MEETING AGENDA DATE: TIME: PLACE: 1.CALL TO ORDER 2.APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3.PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 4.DISCUSSION OF DISPOSITIONS, PLANNING BOARD CALL-UPS/CONTINUATIONS 5.PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS 6.MATTERS FROM THE PLANNING BOARD, PLANNING DIRECTOR, AND CITY ATTORNEY 7.DEBRIEF MEETING/CALENDAR CHECK 8.ADJOURNMENT CITY OF BOULDER PLANNING BOARD MEETING GUIDELINES CALL TO ORDER AGENDA PUBLIC PARTICIPATION DISCUSSION AND STUDY SESSION ITEMS PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS 1. Presentations 2. Public Hearing 3. Board Action MATTERS FROM THE PLANNING BOARD, DIRECTOR, AND CITY ATTORNEY ADJOURNMENT PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOULDER CITY COUNCIL AND PLANNING BOARD STUDY SESSION MEETING April 10, 2012 CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL STAFF PRESENT: ORDER OF BUSINESS Staff Presentation D. Driskell Comments: D. Driskell issues M. Young M. Appelbaum B. Holicky K. Wilson S. Assefa L. Ellis S. Ageton potentially M. Young D. Driskell K. Becker S. Jones T. Plass M. Appelbaum M. Young S. Weaver B. Holicky S. Ageton G. Karakehian A. Brockett M. Young M. Appelbaum G. Karakehian S. Jones K. Wilson T. Plass CITY OF BOULDER PLANNING BOARD ACTION MINUTES May 3, 2012 1777 Broadway, Council Chambers PLANNING BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: PLANNING BOARD MEMBERS ABSENT: STAFF PRESENT: CALL TO ORDER B. Holicky APPROVAL OF MINUTES B. Holicky, B. Holicky, M. YoungA. Brockett PUBLIC PARTICIPATION DISCUSSION OF DISPOSITIONS, PLANNING BOARD CALL-UPS PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS Continuation of the consideration of a Site Review application to construct a new four-story 55-foot tall, 84-unit apartment building with below-grade and podium parking. The existing First Christian Church building is proposed to be landmarked and re-purposed as a clubhouse facility for the apartments. The applicant is also requesting to amend a connection in the 28th Street Transportation Network Plan. Case no. LUR2012-00003. Applicant / Owner: Steven Simonetti/First Christian Church Staff Presentation E. McLaughlin Applicant Presentation Joe Sullivan, Sullivan Bruck Architects Public Hearing 1.Steve Crowder, Board of Trustee for the First Christian Church – like the new designs and asked the board to approve the Board Discussion S. WeaverB. BowenA. Brockett B. Holicky B. Bowen L. May M. Young L. MayM. YoungS. Weaver A. BrockettS. Weaver S. Weaver B. Holicky L. May B. BowenL. May M. Young M. YoungA. Brockett B. Holicky M. YoungA. Brockett B. Holicky M. YoungA. Brockett B. Holicky M. YoungA. Brockett M. YoungA. BrockettL. May D. Powell CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL development shall be in compliance with all approved plans Final architectural plan site plan final utility plan final storm water report and plan Final transportation plans CDOT access permits detailed landscape plan detailed lighting plan 29-foot wide public right-of-way public access easement public access easement financial guarantee water main improvements Public Hearing to consider a recommendation to City Council for two ordinances: A. Adoption of a general revision of the city’s zoning map consistent with the land use designation changes adopted in the 2010 Major Update to the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, including the following as shown in Attachment A: 1. Portions of the Goss-Grove neighborhood; 2. Two University Hill General Improvement District (UHGID) parking lots; 3. A portion of the city-owned Boulder Municipal Airport property; and 4. A portion of the former Junior Academy Site at 2641 4th Street. B. Amendment to Title 9, B.R.C. 1981 to change the zoning standards related to the Residential High -2 (RH-2) zoning district to modify the density, maximum floor area per dwelling unit, and parking standards, including the following: 1. Section 9-8 Table 8-1 Intensity Standards; 2. Section 9-8-3(c) Maximum Floor Area; and 3. Section 9-9-6 Table 9-1 Residential Parking Requirements. B. Holicky Staff Presentation L. Grauer Public Hearing 1.Micheal Hannan, 16495 Grays Way, Broomfield – 2.Mary Hey, 1919 Grove Street – Head of the Goss-Grove Neighborhood Jenny Derand, 1935 Grove – 4.Maria Krenz, 1919 Grove Street – 5.Jerrie Herd, 2010 Goss – M Michelle Bishop – L 7.Loren Weinberg - 8.Elizabeth Allen – 9.Scott Holton, 2050 Walnut 10.Charlie Kane, 266 Hillside Lane, Telluride 11.Florie Kane, 266 Hillside Lane, Telluride – - th 12.Adrian Sopher, 1919 16 – Board Discussion B. Holicky A. Brockett M. Young S. Weaver B. HolickyB. Bowen D. Powell M. Young M. YoungA. Brockett D. Powell 7. 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7XEJJ(MWTSWMXMSRSJ%TTVSZEP[MXL'SRHMXMSRW %XXEGLQIRX% 9WI6IZMI['VMXIVME'LIGOPMWX %XXEGLQIRX& 4VSTSWIH4PER7IX %XXEGLQIRX' •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Agenda Item 4B Page 2 of 15 Agenda Item 4B Page 3 of 15 Agenda Item 4B Page 4 of 15 EXHIBIT A: LEGAL DESCRIPTION Agenda Item 4B Page 5 of 15 EXHIBIT A: LEGAL DESCRIPTION Agenda Item 4B Page 6 of 15 EXHIBIT B: WRITTEN STATEMENT May 5, 2012 City of Boulder Planning and Development Services 1739 Broadway Boulder, Co. 80306-0791 Dear Chandler Van Shaack; Wendy’s; 2420 Baseline Rd – LUR2012-00015 The applicant is proposing architectural exterior building facade modifications to the existing fast food restaurant located at 2420 Baseline Road in the Basemar Shopping Center. The proposed exterior remodel is to facilitate a new user for the building which will be a Wendy’s fast food restaurant. Enhanced building materials, relocation of the existing trash enclosure, a reduction parking stalls, out-lot signage modifications; vehicular access alignment revisions and upgraded landscaping have been designed as part of the proposed Land Use Review and Minor Modification reviews. The proposed Wendy’s will continue to operate as a fast food restaurant with dine-in seating and drive-thru service, same as the previous user. Initially the Wendy’s hours of operation will be from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. with the hours of 11 p.m. till 1 a.m. as drive-thru operations only. Typical daily operations will start at approximately 9 a.m. with various cleaning activities for the interior and exterior of the building. There are possible future plans for a breakfast menu to be added, in which case operating hours would be from 6:00 a.m. till 1 a.m. This Wendy’s location is expected to contain an interior seating count of fifty-one and seasonal outdoor seating of an additional sixteen seats. Delivery and trash pick-up will occur after hours and not during hours of typical public activity. Hours will depend on scheduling and route stops decided by the service providers. The applicant and Wendy’s have always operated with sensitivity to maintain delivery schedules beneficial to the center and its users. The proposed site currently has thirty parking stalls which will be reduced to twenty seven stalls to accommodate a pre-fabricated freezer cooler for Wendy’s food storage needs. The reduction in parking stalls is accommodated through cross- access parking with the rest of the existing shopping center. The Base-Mar Center is currently parked at four hundred and thirty-seven spaces with only four hundred and nine spaces required. The reduction of three spaces to four hundred and thirty-four spaces still exceeds the requirement. Ireland Dean Designs $UFKLWHFWXUH²3ODQQLQJ 6912 Welford Pl, Castle Rock, CO 80108 Direct: 720-878-6534 Agenda Item 4B Page 7 of 15 EXHIBIT B: WRITTEN STATEMENT The existing structure will receive an exterior renovation that will create visual interest and enhance the overall appearance of the shopping center through upgraded exterior finish materials and accents colors that create a strong presence without taking away from the shopping center as a whole. The upgraded landscaping will compliment the new facelift of the structure through placement and added color, creating a vibrant and atheistically pleasing place to gather for the users of the Base Mar Center. The applicant and Ireland Dean Designs appreciate the assistance of all the departments and individuals with the City of Boulder for their efforts in the development of a quality project that will serve the community for the near and long-term future. Ireland Dean looks forward to receiving final approval of the Land Use Review and Minor Modification for this proposed project. Thank you. Sincerely, Shannin Albers Principal Architect Agenda Item 4B Page 8 of 15 Attachment B No use review application will be approved unless the approving agency finds all of the following: X (1) Consistency with Zoning and Non-Conformity: The use is consistent with the purpose of the zoning district as set forth in Section 9-5-21(c), "Zoning Districts Purposes," B.R.C. 1981, except in the case of a non-conforming use; The subject property is located in the BC-2 zoning district, which has a B3 use module. Section 9- 5-2(c)(2)(G) defines the Business- Community 2 zoning district as “Business areas containing retail centers serving a number of neighborhoods, where retail-type stores predominate.” Pursuant to Table 6-1, B.R.C. 1981, drive thru uses are allowed in the B3 use module only if approved through a Use Review. Drive-thru uses are also required to meet the conditional use standards found in section 9-6-9(c), B.R.C. 1981. (2) Rationale: The use either: X X (A) Provides direct service or convenience to or reduces adverse impacts to the surrounding uses or neighborhood; The proposed Wendy’s is replacing an existing drive-thru use that has provided a direct service to the surrounding neighborhood for over 20 years. The drive-thru use was anticipated in the original P.U.D. approval (P-84-39) and approved through a separate Drive-Thru Use Review in 1991 (D-91-2). The existing Arby’s drive-thru use is one of two drive-thru uses located on the northwestern portion of the subject property, and is centrally located between the lower Chatauqua and Martin Acres neighborhoods to the southwest and southeast, respectively, and the CU campus immediately across Baseline Rd. to the north. N/A (B) Provides a compatible transition between higher intensity and lower intensity uses; N/A (C) Is necessary to foster a specific city policy, as expressed in the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, including, without limitation, historic preservation, moderate income housing, residential and non-residential mixed uses in appropriate locations, and group living arrangements for special populations; or N/A (D) Is an existing legal non-conforming use or a change thereto that is permitted under subsection (e) of this section; x (3) Compatibility: The location, size, design, and operating characteristics of the proposed development or change to an existing development are such that the use will be reasonably compatible with and have minimal negative impact on the use of nearby properties or for residential uses in industrial zoning districts, the proposed development reasonably mitigates the potential negative impacts from nearby properties; Agenda Item 4B Page 9 of 15 The location, size, and operating characteristics of the proposed use are compatible with the use of nearby properties as well as with the existing PUD. As mentioned above, the proposed Wendy’s is replacing an existing drive-thru use that has provided a direct service to the surrounding neighborhood for over 20 years. In addition, the proposal includes landscaping and other site improvements intended to enhance the current screening and improve pedestrian and vehicular accessibility on the site. X (4) Infrastructure: As compared to development permitted under Section 9-6-1, "Schedule of Permitted Uses of Land," B.R.C. 1981, in the zone, or as compared to the existing level of impact of a non-conforming use, the proposed development will not significantly adversely affect the infrastructure of the surrounding area, including, without limitation, water, wastewater, and storm drainage utilities and streets; The proposed use would not have a greater impact on the infrastructure of the surrounding area than the existing drive-thru use. X (5) Character of Area: The use will not change the predominant character of the surrounding area; and As stated above, there are two existing drive-thru uses on the subject property, including an Arby’s in the subject building. The Base Mar shopping center has had a drive-thru use in this location since 1991, so the conversion from one drive-thru use to another will not change the predominant character of the surrounding area. (6) Conversion of Dwelling Units to Non-Residential Uses: There shall be a presumption N/A against approving the conversion of dwelling units in the residential zoning districts set forth in Subsection 9-5-2(c)(1)(a), B.R.C. 1981, to non-residential uses that are allowed pursuant to a use review, or through the change of one non-conforming use to another non-conforming use. The presumption against such a conversion may be overcome by a finding that the use to be approved serves another compelling social, human services, governmental, or recreational need in the community including, without limitation, a use for a day care center, park, religious assembly, social service use, benevolent organization use, art or craft studio space, museum, or an educational use. Not applicable, as this proposal does not include the conversion of any dwelling units to non- residential uses. N/A (1) No drive-thru facility is allowed in any Downtown (DT) district unless the property is located directly abutting Canyon Boulevard. The subject property is located in the BC-2 zoning district. (2) Hazardous and other adverse effects on adjacent sites and streets are avoided. X There are no anticipated hazardous effects on adjacent sites, and the current screening proposal will further help to avoid adverse effects on the adjacent street. X (3) The location of any access to the drive-thru facility from an adjacent street does not impair its traffic-carrying capacity. The existing drive-thru facility is accessed from the shopping center parking lot circulation drive, which is accessed via a large curb cut on Broadway. The current proposal includes slightly Agenda Item 4B Page 10 of 15 widening the existing access from the interior circulation drive, which would not negatively affect the traffic-carrying capacity of either the interior circulation drive or Broadway . X (4) Internal circulation and access to and egress from the site do not substantially impair the movement of other modes of transportation, such as bicycles and pedestrians, to and through the site. The existing internal and circulation do not substantially impair alternate modes of transportation; however, significant transportation improvements are planned for the site as part of a Transportation Improvement Project. The property owner and applicant are aware of this and are planning to work with the City to coordinate the planned improvements with private site improvements. X (5) Clearly marked pedestrian crosswalks are provided for each walk-in customer access to the facility adjacent to the drive-thru lanes. The proposal includes adding a new crosswalk across the main drive aisle. X (6) The drive-thru use is screened from adjacent rights-of-way and properties through placement of the use, screening, landscaping, or other site design techniques. The existing use does not meet this standard. The proposed landscape improvements would bring the subject site into compliance with this standard. (7) Environmental impacts, including, without limitation, noise, air emissions, and glare are X not significant for the employees of the facility or the surrounding area. There is no record of any environmental impacts associated with the existing drive-thru use, and nothing in the current proposal indicates that there will be an increase in such impacts. X (8) Any curb cuts serving the use are not located within two hundred feet of any intersection of the rights-of-way of any two of the major streets or major arterials shown on the map of major streets. As mentioned above, the curb cuts serving the drive-thru facility are also the primary entrances for the shopping center. Both of the existing curb cuts located on the site are located further than two hundred feet away from the intersection of Broadway and Baseline. X (9) The location, size, design, and operating characteristics of the proposed facility are such that the drive-thru operation will be reasonably compatible with and have minimal negative impact on the use of nearby properties. The location, size, and operating characteristics of the proposed use are compatible with the use of nearby properties as well as with the existing PUD. (10) The noise generated on the site is inaudible to adjacent residential uses, measured at X or inside the property line of property other than that on which the sound source is located. The proposed use is separated from nearby residential areas by Broadway Ave., which is a major street carrying high traffic volumes. While a noise study has not been conducted, there is no record of any complaints from nearby residents about the noise generated by the existing drive- thru facility, and the current proposal does not include anything that would increase the noise levels associated with the proposed use. Agenda Item 4B Page 11 of 15 N/A (11) Nonconforming drive-thrus shall comply with the criteria of subsection 9-10-2(d), B.R.C. 1981. Not applicable, as the existing drive-thru use was approved through a previous Drive-Thru Use Review (D-91-2) and is therefore conforming. Agenda Item 4B Page 12 of 15 Attachment D May 5, 2012 City of Boulder Planning and Development Services 1739 Broadway Boulder, Co. 80306-0791 Dear Chandler Van Shaack; The applicant is proposing architectural exterior building facade modifications to the existing fast food restaurant located at 2420 Baseline Road in the Basemar Shopping Center. The proposed exterior remodel is to facilitate a new user for the building which will be a Wendy’s fast food restaurant. Enhanced building materials, relocation of the existing trash enclosure, a reduction parking stalls, out-lot signage modifications; vehicular access alignment revisions and upgraded landscaping have been designed as part of the proposed Land Use Review and Minor Modification reviews. The proposed Wendy’s will continue to operate as a fast food restaurant with dine-in seating and drive-thru service, same as the previous user. Initially the Wendy’s hours of operation will be from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. with the hours of 11 p.m. till 1 a.m. as drive-thru operations only. Typical daily operations will start at approximately 9 a.m. with various cleaning activities for the interior and exterior of the building. There are possible future plans for a breakfast menu to be added, in which case operating hours would be from 6:00 a.m. till 1 a.m. This Wendy’s location is expected to contain an interior seating count of fifty-one and seasonal outdoor seating of an additional sixteen seats. Delivery and trash pick-up will occur after hours and not during hours of typical public activity. Hours will depend on scheduling and route stops decided by the service providers. The applicant and Wendy’s have always operated with sensitivity to maintain delivery schedules beneficial to the center and its users. The proposed site currently has thirty parking stalls which will be reduced to twenty seven stalls to accommodate a pre-fabricated freezer cooler for Wendy’s food storage needs. The reduction in parking stalls is accommodated through cross- access parking with the rest of the existing shopping center. The Base-Mar Center is currently parked at four hundred and thirty-seven spaces with only four hundred and nine spaces required. The reduction of three spaces to four hundred and thirty-four spaces still exceeds the requirement. Ireland Dean Designs $UFKLWHFWXUH²3ODQQLQJ 6912 Welford Pl, Castle Rock, CO 80108 Direct: 720-878-6534 Agenda Item 4B Page 14 of 15 The existing structure will receive an exterior renovation that will create visual interest and enhance the overall appearance of the shopping center through upgraded exterior finish materials and accents colors that create a strong presence without taking away from the shopping center as a whole. The upgraded landscaping will compliment the new facelift of the structure through placement and added color, creating a vibrant and atheistically pleasing place to gather for the users of the Base Mar Center. The applicant and Ireland Dean Designs appreciate the assistance of all the departments and individuals with the City of Boulder for their efforts in the development of a quality project that will serve the community for the near and long-term future. Ireland Dean looks forward to receiving final approval of the Land Use Review and Minor Modification for this proposed project. Thank you. 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%XXEGLQIRX& 4VSTSWIH4PER7IX %XXEGLQIRX' Agenda Item 4C Page 3 of 14 Attachment A Agenda Item 4C Page 4 of 14 Agenda Item 4C Page 5 of 14 Agenda Item 4C Page 6 of 14 Attachment B CRITERIA FOR REVIEW No site review application shall be approved unless the approving agency finds that: (1) Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan: _Y_(A) The proposed site plan is consistent with the purposes and policies of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan. Currently, there is a Site Review approval (Case No. LUR2011-00028) for 955 Broadway and 1715 Aurora Avenue to construct two buildings for the purposes of student housing, including a fraternity use. A total of 39 units will be provided. The original approval included approximately 149 bedrooms (occupants) in a mix of one, two, three and four bedroom units. The applicant’s proposal is to increase the total number of bedrooms (and occupancy) from 149 to 152, which will only add to the supply of student housing on the Hill. The following BVCP policies apply: 7.06 Mixture of Housing Types 7.07 Preserve Existing Housing Stock _Y_(B) The proposed development shall not exceed the maximum density associated with the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Planresidential land use designation. Additionally, if the density of existing residential development within a three hundred-foot area surrounding the site is at or exceeds the density permitted in the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, then the maximum density permitted on the site shall not exceed the lesser of: _Y_(i) The density permitted in the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, or, The density permitted in the BVCP is greater than 14 units per acre. The development proposal includes roughly 27 dwelling units per acre, which is consistent with both the maximum permitted density of the RH-5 zone district (27.2 units per acre) and the high density residential land use designation (more than 14 units per acre). (ii) _Y_The maximum number of units that could be placed on the site without waiving or varying any of the requirements of Chapter 9-8, "Intensity Standards," B.R.C. 1981. _Y_(C) The proposed development’s success in meeting the broad range of BVCP policies considers the economic feasibility of implementation techniques require to meet other site review criteria. (2) Site Design: Projects should preserve and enhance the community's unique sense of place through creative design that respects historic character, relationship to the natural environment, and its physical setting. Projects should utilize site design techniques which enhance the quality of the project. In determining whether this Subsection is met, the approving agency will consider the following factors: _N/A_(A) Open Space: Open space, including, without limitation, parks, recreation areas, and playgrounds: The proposal to increase the parking reduction as a result of also increasing the bedroom count in the Resident Advisor unit from one bedroom to four will not impact Agenda Item 4C Page 7 of 14 the open space requirement nor the approved site plan. As originally approved, open space is being provided as both public, at grade spaces as well as private spaces, including balconies. Open space is being provided in excess of what is required. _N/A_(C) Landscaping The approved landscape plan will not be impacted by the increase in both bedroom count and parking reduction. As originally approved, the plant list provided is a great mix of generally low water and interesting plants. (D) N/ACirculation: Circulation, including, without limitation, the transportation system that serves the property, whether public or private and whether constructed by the developer or not: The applicant’s proposal to increase their parking reduction as a result of increasing the number of bedrooms does not impact the originally approved site design. The transportation and utility infrastructure is existing, the redevelopment of 955 Broadway and 1715 Aurora Ave. is considered an infill project. No new roads, access points or curb cuts to the site are required or proposed as part of this application request. (E) _Y_Parking The applicant is proposing to increase the approved parking reduction from 28 percent to 29 percent as a result of increasing the number of bedrooms from 149 bedrooms to 152 bedrooms. As a result, the parking requirement increases from 111 spaces to 114 spaces. The increase in the parking reduction will not impact the approved Site Review documents and building layout with regard to parking. Although the parking reduction is increasing, the overall Transportation Demand Management techniques utilized to offset the parking and vehicle storage demand will remain as approved in the original TDM, including providing excess bike parking, coordinating leases for off-site parking, establishing a car share program and providing EcoPasses to non-student residents. In addition, the parking provided on site will remain as approved through the original Site Review approval; located in a subgrade parking garage off the alley with access limited to building residents. _N/A_(i) The project incorporates into the design of parking areas measures to provide safety, convenience, and separation of pedestrian movements from vehicular movements; Not applicable; there is no change to the approved parking area. As originally approved, the parking is located subgrade off the alley, while pedestrian activity is th focused along 17 Street, Broadway and Aurora at main building entrances. _N/A_(ii) The design of parking areas makes efficient use of the land and uses the minimum amount of land necessary to meet the parking needs of the project; Not applicable; there is no change to the approved parking area. As originally, approved, the majority of the parking provided on site is subgrade, 77 spaces, which limits the amount of surface land dedicated to parking. Four spaces will be provided on the surface in the alley. Agenda Item 4C Page 8 of 14 N/A (iii) Parking areas and lighting are designed to reduce the visual impact on the project, adjacent properties, and adjacent streets; and Not applicable; there is no change to the approved parking area. As originally approved, there is a limited surface parking area for four vehicles included as part of the development proposal. N/A (iv) Parking areas utilize landscaping materials to provide shade in excess of the requirements in Subsection 9-9-6(d), "Parking Area Design Standards," and Section 9-9-12, “Parking Lot Landscaping Standards,” B.R.C. 1981. Not applicable; there is no change to the approved parking area. The surface parking included as part of the original development proposal does not trigger separate landscape internal or screening standards. Given the location of the surface parking area in the alley and adjacent to two landscape islands, the area will be adequately screened. _N/A_(F) Building Design, Livability, and Relationship to the Existing or Proposed Surrounding Area No changes to the exterior of the building result from the application request to increase both the parking reduction and the number of bedrooms in the Resident Advisor unit. (G) _N/A_Solar Siting and Construction: For the purpose of ensuring the maximum potential for utilization of solar energy in the city, all applicants for residential site reviews shall place streets, lots, open spaces, and buildings so as to maximize the potential for the use of solar energy in accordance with the following solar siting criteria: The development proposal will not impact the originally approved building location and orientation. _Y_(K) Additional Criteria for Parking Reductions: The off-street parking requirements of Section 9-7-1, “Schedule of Form andBulk Standards,” B.R.C. 1981, may be modified as follows: (i) _Y_Process: The city manager may grant a parking reduction not to exceed fifty percent of the required parking. The planning board or city council may grant a reduction exceeding fifty percent. A total of 114 parking spaces are required on site, 81 parking spaces are being provided which results in a 29 percent parking reduction. _Y_(ii) Criteria: Upon submission of documentation by the applicant of how the project meets the following criteria, the approving agency may approve proposed modifications to the parking requirements of Section 9-7-1, “Schedule of Form and Bulk Standards,” B.R.C. 1981, if it finds that: a)For residential uses, the probable number of motor vehicles to be owned by occupants of and visitors to dwellings in the project will be adequately accommodated; Given the target student population, overall vehicle trips will be reduced due to the proximity of the site to public transit options and the University of Colorado campus. However, the demand for vehicle storage, which is often found to be the case with student housing remains an issue. Agenda Item 4C Page 9 of 14 Acknowledging that student housing tends to generate a need for auto storage, the CU campus lifestyle supports walking and biking to classes, particularly when in close proximity to campus. The 2006 CU Student Transportation Survey supports this assumption. The survey indicates that the primary mode of transportation used for a student’s commute to campus was determined by where the student lived. For example, students living in Boulder had a much higher rate of walking and biking (50%) to campus than those living outside of Boulder (6%). Of the 2,140 students surveyed, roughly two-thirds reported having a motor vehicle available to them for commuting to campus, combined with the high rate of alternative modes of transportation used by students, including biking, transit and walking which accounts for 68% of the modal split, suggests that there is demand for automobile storage. Another survey, the Modal Shift in the Boulder Valley (completed nine times since 1990) has shown that generally, within the Boulder Valley since 1990, there has been a significant shift in vehicle trips observed in three categories; single- occupancy vehicle trips (-7.1%), bicycle (+6.8%) and transit (+3.8%). Specific to the students, the survey contacted 800 University of Colorado students living in dormitories and Greek residences to participate in this study. Overall, the survey indicated a decrease in single-occupancy vehicle trips between 1990 and 2009, (-1.9%), and an increase in transit (+4.5%) and bicycle (+5.3%) of trips made by CU students. The survey surmised that the increase in transit usage was due to the introduction of the SKIP in 1998. The survey also indicated that the majority of campus commute trips are split between bicycle (35.3%) and foot (33.5%) modes of transportation. Similar to the CU survey, based on the Modal Shift in the Boulder Valley Survey, the majority of students surveyed walk, bike, or ride the bus to campus, indicating the need for auto storage rather than daily use parking for student renters, particularly those located across the street from campus and in close proximity to the retail and services of University Hill. In order to offset the requested parking reduction, the applicant has located excess bicycle parking on site in the form of surface spaces and secure garage spaces; is establishing a car share program where a shared vehicle will be located on site in one of the surface parking stalls. Participation in the program will be available to all residents. Additionally, the applicant will be facilitating the obtainment of off site parking permits at CU for residents who have a car, but could not accommodate it on site. The applicant’s proposal to utilize a tenant agreement to obtain a permit for parking on CU student parking lots also helps to address the issue of adequate on-site accommodation. There are a number of student permit parking facilities that operate 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The largest of the parking lots is at Williams Village approximately one-mile to the east on Baseline with over 1,000 parking spaces available to students. As shown in Figure 4 below, there are approximately eight surface parking lots located within three-quarters of a mile of the project site with parking available through the University of Colorado student parking permit program. Agenda Item 4C Page 10 of 14 '97XYHIRX4IVQMX4EVOMRK[MXLMR8LVIIUYEVXIVWSJE1MPISJXLI7MXI *MKYVI Ultimately, the goal of the parking demand management plan is to offset the requested parking reduction and provide parking options and alternatives to bringing private vehicles to the site and the neighborhood. As a reference and similar multi-family attached residential student housing th Street, approved through LUR2009-00029, also requested a project, 985 16 significant parking reduction (50%). The proposal included the conversion of an existing boarding house with a licensed occupancy of 42 persons to an occupancy of 37 persons in 11 apartments which included a remodel of the building with a mix of 3 and 4 bedrooms along with an approximately 2,286 square foot addition. As part of the development proposal and given the proposed parking reduction, the applicant proposed several alternatives to providing traditional on-site parking spaces. The parking reduction offsets that were proposed as part of the development proposal include tandem parking spaces and off-site parking permits in conjunction with the CU program. Since its approval, this project has been completed and staff has been in contact with the project owner to inquire about the status and success (or failure) of the parking off set programs offered. The project owner stated that the tandem spaces work great, stating that the tandem spaces provide parking for three cars not the two that were anticipated. The parking permit program, although offered to students, is not utilized by any of the residents as all vehicles are able to be parked and stored on site. The th property owner added that he is finding that given the proximity of 985 16 Street to the university, University Hill Business District and transit, he is noticing that Agenda Item 4C Page 11 of 14 fewer of his renters are bringing their personal vehicles to school. Overall, the th project owner feels that the development proposal for 985 16 Street has been successful in providing ample on site parking and vehicle storage as well as providing alternatives to parking on site. In addition to the applicant’s TDM plan, additional parking can be accommodated th by the available on-street parking that exists along 17 Street and Aurora Avenue. The existing on-street parking context of the subject property appears to be near capacity during the regular business and school hours. While it is likely that residents of both the existing building and other nearby high density buildings are parking on the street, based on the 2006 CU Student Transportation Survey and multiple staff site visits, the demand for on-street parking decreases outside of normal school and business hours. Please refer to the images below. (b) The parking needs of any non-residential uses will be adequately accommodated through on-street parking or off-street parking; Not applicable; the development proposal is solely residential. (c) A mix of residential with either office or retail uses is proposed, and the parking needs of all uses will be accommodated through shared parking; Not applicable; the development proposal is solely residential. (d) If joint use of common parking areas is proposed, varying time periods of use will accommodate proposed parking needs; and Not applicable; each of the buildings will accommodate the parking associated with the building’s units. (e) If the number of off-street parking spaces is reduced because of the nature of the occupancy, the applicant provides assurances that the nature of the occupancy will not change. The applicant has provided assurance that the nature of the occupancy of the building is targeted at student renters. Agenda Item 4C Page 12 of 14 VESTIBULE S212 FEC MAIL BOXES DW REF. UNIT 4D S208 11'-0" ECOND FLOOR PLAN 15,751 S.F. 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he other criteria for a Parking Deferral are cited below, for which staff has found the applicant to comply with the requirements: (2) Parking Deferral With a Concurrent Use Review: If a proposed use requires both a review pursuant , "Use Review," B.R.C. 1981, and a public hearing, the city manager will make a tosection 9-2-15 recommendation to the approving agency to approve, modify and approve, or deny the parking deferral as part of the use review approval. (3) Site Plan: Applicants for a parking deferral shall submit a site plan demonstrating that the total required parking can be accommodated on-site and designating the land to be reserved for future parking. (4) Landscaping: Landscaping shall be provided as required under section 9-9-14, "Parking Lot Landscaping Standards," B.R.C. 1981, and shall be indicated on the site plan. (5) Notice of Change of Condition: No person having an interest in property subject to a parking deferral shall fail to notify the city manager of any change in the conditions set forth in paragraph (e)(1) of this section that the manager considered in granting the deferral. (6) Construction of Deferred Parking Areas: The city manager may require the construction of the deferred parking at any time upon thirty days' written notice by mail to commence construction of such parking. 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Agenda Item 5A Page 33 of 49 %88%',1)28' 'SVVIWTSRHIRGI6IGIMZIH From: Steven Chrisman [mailto:steve@chrismanc.com] Sent: Friday, April 20, 2012 2:19 PM To: McLaughlin, Elaine Cc: 'jerry@jm-assoc.com' Subject: RE: Avery Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 34 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 35 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 36 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 37 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 38 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 39 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 40 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 41 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 42 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 43 of 49 From: Jerry Moore [mailto:jerry@jm-assoc.com] Sent: Friday, May 11, 2012 11:57 AM To: McLaughlin, Elaine Subject: Avery Brewing Company Site Review - 4610 Nautilus Court, Boulder CO Elaine- On behalf of Steven Chrisman, who represents the ownership entities of 6350 Nautilus Drive, 4909 Nautilus Court North, 4600 Nautilus Court South, 4601 Nautilus Court South, and 4635 Nautilus Court South, I am responding to the Site Review application for Avery Brewing Company which is currently being processed by the City of Boulder. We have three primary concerns with the Project as currently proposed: adequacy of onsite parking; effective screening of the loading and service area of the Project from the adjacent property at 4909 Nautilus Court North; and, compatibility of the scale and height of the building with existing buildings in the vicinity. Based on preliminary discussions with you and the Applicant we believe that our parking concern could be addressed by either deletionof the deferred parking from the application or inclusion of a suitable trigger [i.e. increased on-street parking or parking overflow onto adjacent properties] which would require the deferred parking to be provided. In regard to the screening issue, we appreciate the Applicant’s commitment to further study alternatives to chain link fencing and the possibility of a cooperative solution including providing landscaping on the adjacent property in conjunction with fence screening. We look forward to reviewing these additional studies. Our remaining concern of Project compatibility remains unaddressed. The renderings provided to us by the Applicant’s architect depicting the proposed building and associated 32 fermentation silos, as viewed from 4909 Nautilus Court North (attached), illustrate the problem quite well. The existing single story buildings located directly northwest of the proposed Project are dwarfed by the height and massing of the proposed 3 story structure. At our last meeting with you and the Applicant, we presented a survey of the 22 one and two story buildings located in the immediate vicinity of the proposed Project (a copy of which is attached) which indicated existing building heights (to top of parapet) ranging from 13’ to 32’ with a median height of approximately 20’. We believe that approval of a Site Review including the 55’ high building as currently proposed would be in direct conflict with the City’s Land Use Regulations – Criteria for Site Review, Section 9-2-14 (h) (F) (ii). We would support a building no higher than the 45’ conditional height allowed in the overlying zone district. Sincerely, Jerry Moore JM ASSOCIATES INC PO Box 18390, Boulder, CO 80308 T 303-449-1887 F 303-449-2960 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 44 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 45 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 46 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 47 of 49 Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct. Agenda Item 5A Page 48 of 49 Agenda Item 5A Page 49 of 49 C I T Y OF B O U L D E R PLANNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE: AGENDA TITLE: REQUESTING DEPARTMENT:Boulder Fire-Rescue Department Fire Master Plan Project Team EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Attachment A Agenda Item 5B Page 1 of 52 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: PUBLIC AND BOARD COMMENT AND PROCESS BACKGROUND AND PLAN OVERVIEW: Boulder Fire-Rescue Department (BFRD) Agenda Item 5B Page 2 of 52 Fire-Rescue Master Plan Update Attachment A ANALYSIS: 1. Is the master plan consistent with the goals, policies, and growth projections of the BVCP? 1.07 Leadership in Sustainability 1.26 Provision of Urban Services in the Boulder Valley 1.27 Definition of Adequate Urban Facilities and Services Agenda Item 5B Page 3 of 52 8.06 Safety Factors Driving the Need for Change Aging population (more seniors) Agenda Item 5B Page 4 of 52 Increase in population Increase in EMS calls Year-round wildfire risk Movement towards a more dense urban form 2. Does the master plan outline BVCP service standards and a plan to meet them in the future? Attachment B Agenda Item 5B Page 5 of 52 3. Does the master plan describe and assess capital needs and a funding plan for them? • Develop a new wildland fire facility at the Fire Training Center site. • Create a funding plan for BFRD facilities maintenance and replacement needs. • Evaluate station needs for redeveloping areas, such as Fire Station #3 (relocation out of floodplain). • Develop a fire materials and equipment storage solution. • Pilot the use of smaller vehicles to respond to medical emergencies. • Evaluate location, size, and design of all BFRD facilities for effectiveness and efficiency. Agenda Item 5B Page 6 of 52 MASTER PLAN SUMMARY Fire-Rescue Service The Boulder Fire-Rescue Department (BFRD) provides emergency response to fires, medical emergencies, rescues, and hazardous material releases in Boulder. BFRD responds to all hazards and provides the following services: • Fighting structural and wildland fires; • Responding to medical emergencies, rescue situations, hazardous material releases, as well as natural disasters; • Providing fire-safety education for the public, from children and youth (preschool through college age) to seniors; • Working with local businesses and organizations by inspecting buildings and reviewing construction plans for fire prevention; • Acting as the designated emergency response authority (DERA) for the city for hazardous materials; • Protecting over $21 billion dollars worth of property within Boulder, which encompasses 25.8 square miles of land. • Assisting in the protection 70.8 square miles of city Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) outside the city of Boulder. •Coordinating city efforts in the joint city/county Office of Emergency Management (OEM) NEXT STEPS: ATTACHMENTS: Agenda Item 5B Page 7 of 52 Attachment A 2012 FIRE-RESCUE MASTER PLAN UPDATE CITY OF BOULDER, COLORADO Agenda Item 5B Page 8 of 52 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE Agenda Item 5B Page 9 of 52 The desire to feel safe is a basic human need. city services. This update to the Boulder Fire- Safety from harm, especially immediate Rescue Master Plan features a new system for community’s ability to go about its daily life. against Boulder’s sustainability goals and safety. Governments at all levels share this based on the BVCP policy areas and the city’s the Sustainability Framework and is composed the local agencies that provide emergency of seven strategy areas: and women of the Boulder Fire-Rescue Department honor this commitment and keeping residents and businesses safe. The Boulder Fire-Rescue Department (BFRD) emergencies, rescues, and hazardous material releases in Boulder. With a 2012 budget of material response, and medical emergency The Fire-Rescue Master Plan is a pilot for response. use of the framework. The framework will evolve as it is applied in subsequent master The Boulder Fire-Rescue Master Plan is the City of Boulder’s 10-year plan to guide BFRD developed a number of strategies within improving them where possible. The original the context of the Sustainability Framework Fire-Rescue Master Plan was completed in to address the provision of emergency 1996. services. Each strategy This update to the Fire-Rescue Master : emerging trends that impact the future respond to changing community needs. increase in emergency medical service (EMS) Expand and through increasing density. and emergency services can serve a denser urban form and challenge of living next to open space. and and As with all city master plans, the Fire-Rescue Maximize emergency from the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan response while leveraging resources and minimizing impact to infrastructure. of the BVCP provide guidance for delivering 5 Agenda Item 5B Page 10 of 52 and BFRD receives 99 percent of its funding from the General Fund with the vast majority spent Over 80 percent of BFRD spending falls into and greenhouse gas emissions. Sample when scored through the city’s Priority Based city’s business planning methodology, the and master plan proposes three spending plans: a plan based on 2012 budget targets, an plan that assumes an increase in revenue to the department, and a programs that have strong community support. and replacement. (For more details see Chapter 5, beginning on page 27.) Partner with during emergency events. Sample departments increasingly are expected to meet and and to be eligible for grant funding. Overall, the most common performance measure Model the strategic use of resources and environmental stewardship. Sample standards to a six-minute response 80 percent and proposes to measure performance in other developed indicators. This data will be collected (For more details see Chapter 4, beginning across all programs and used in future program on page 15.) over a number of years to even out budgetary and other impacts. BFRD is already moving and budget processes as city resources allow. With this master plan as a guide, BFRD will use develop annual budget requests. Progress will as part of the annual budget process. Every complement City Council and community goals. (For more details see Chapter 7, beginning on 6 Agenda Item 5B Page 11 of 52 The Boulder Fire-Rescue Master Plan is the City of Boulder’s 10-year plan to support The Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan public safety services by building on the (BVCP) provides the city’s overall policy Boulder Fire-Rescue Department’s (BFRD) framework, including a general statement of the community’s long-term desired future. Departmental master plans take the goals guidance for delivering city services. Master services. service standards, facility, capital, and system Originally developed in 1996, the Fire-Rescue Master Plan (formerly referred to as the services. The updated Boulder Fire-Rescue Master Plan is being restructured within the context of a “Sustainability Framework,” a new tool for demands in Emergency Medical Services program and policy analysis built upon the master plan is intended to guide BFRD for BVCP and the the next 10 years in addressing the business city’s Priority manner that meets the community’s service approach. The standards and sustainability goals. goal of the Sustainability Framework is Since the last master plan was accepted by to help ensure City Council in 1996, the city has: that each master plan aligns with and advances the goals and Built a new Regional Fire Training Center (FTC). City Council and Assisted in the development and community. The Fire-Rescue Emergency Management and new Master Plan is a pilot for Boulder County. the use of the Worked with the University of Colorado Sustainability Framework. This master plan evaluates the Fire and crew. Emergency Response Urban Service Criteria safety while responding to growth, and it discusses area where the department intends Pride-Integrity-Professionalism 7 Agenda Item 5B Page 12 of 52 To prepare this master plan, BFRD began with a Assessment) that was completed in June 2011. This was management assessment of BFRD. (See Appendix B for an including the data analysis and needs assessment, forms the basis of this updated Fire-Rescue Master Plan. As part of the master plan update process, BFRD reviewed of the master plan update. Number and Type of Calls in 2011 Fire Rescue & EMS Service Call Good Intent Call False Call Other 8 Agenda Item 5B Page 13 of 52 The Boulder Fire-Rescue Department has a long consisted of city leaders and every resident available to Fire-Rescue Department Core Mission The Boulder Fire-Rescue Department (BFRD) provides emergency response to and their 77 dwellings. The hazardous material releases in Boulder. Company was organized Feb. With a 2012 budget of more than $15.5 15, 1875, and by the spring of 1876, Boulder had installed BFRD responds to all hazards and provides 2,180 feet of water main on the following services: Fire-Rescue Department Vision Fire equipment was pulled by hand. By 1898, horses Responding to medical emergencies, pulled the department’s four-hose companies. That Joint training exercises are conducted with the public, from children and youth located strategically to meet emergency (preschool through college age) to equipment was mechanized, and in 1915, the last of within a service area increases, the number Working with local businesses and the volunteer companies in the city disbanded. The response authority (DERA) for the city for of property within Boulder, which encompasses 25.8 square miles of land at Baseline and Broadway. and is surrounded by 70.8 square miles of city Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP). paramedics and transports sick or injured streets, which now houses people to the hospital. BFRD has some The department currently operates with one ladder truck company and seven engine Boulder Fire Department hired three women. By 1982, on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a the department employed 5 specialty areas: percent of the paid women commander. The department also employs represent 5 percent of the coordinate department training. include medical emergency response, water rescue, and hazardous materials response. The department, now called Boulder Fire-Rescue, has variety of emergency services, the department conducts extensive training in all areas, including achieving code compliance emergency medical care, hazardous 9 Agenda Item 5B Page 14 of 52 – responds to hazardous chemical releases, including chemical spills on – with the help of – responds to emergencies at the Boulder Reservoir, Boulder Creek, and other – works with the technological disasters, the Boulder Fire-Rescue Department works with as the City of Boulder/Boulder County systems are required for many uses. Municipal (Boulder OEM). The Boulder OEM coordinates with local, state, services provided through and federal partners to facilitate Fire-Rescue Department Philosophy services provided by built-in planning and response to emergency systems. City-provided emergency response and recovery emergencies. improvement. BFRD believes in providing diverse equipment generalists rather than specialists. Every front-line along with emergency medical supplies. Every materials (hazmat) response, and rescues involving Mutual Aid also are required to earn Colorado Emergency Medical Technician. The department 10 Agenda Item 5B Page 15 of 52 Fire Response, Emergency Medical Response,Rescue, Service Calls, Boulder Emergency Squad (BES) Emergency SWAT Support Services (for Police Provides basic medical service to the Police Department’s SWAT Team. Department) Departmental Vehicle/ Provides regular service and maintenance to emergency response Equipment vehicles which have complicated mechanical systems. Maintenance and Replacement Hazardous Hazardous Materials Release Provides specialized response to contain and control hazmat releases Materials Response/ TeamTraining Enforcement, Fire Code Permits Fire Safety special events. Public Fire and Wildland Wildland Planning/ Water Search and Dive TeamRescue/ Recovery/ Training Contracts (Rocky Administers a contract for service from Rocky Mountain Rescue and Mountain administers an ambulance contract covering private ambulance response Rescue Group, in the city. Outside Ambulance) Services Emergency Managementfor the city to access Federal funds for disaster relief. 11 Agenda Item 5B Page 16 of 52 6 5 3 1 3 7 2 LEGEND * Station One - 2441 13th St. 4 * Station Two - 2225 Baseline Rd. Station Three - 1585 30th St. Station Four - 4100 Darley Ave. Station Five - 4365 19th St. Station Six - 5145 63rd St. Station Seven - 1380 55th Ave. ROADCLASS HIGHWAY RAILROAD TRANS.RAILROAD 12 Agenda Item 5B Page 17 of 52 As part of the master plan development, key demographic trends and community needs These factors are viewed through the Sustainability Framework that addresses the ability of BFRD to meet the needs of the community now and in the future. current and emerging trends that have resources. response. These include the following: – – Areas of the city are becoming been constructed, and more than 5 2008, 12 percent of Boulder County’s million square feet of commercial and industrial space have been built, while 2020, that age group is expected to reach 21 percent. that most new housing units will be in – The City of increase to 11 could be even higher as the University challenges for Fire and EMS service of Colorado - with a current enrollment delivery because of impacts like increased of approximately and grid, and public areas designed for – Calls for pedestrians, not large vehicles. emergency medical services (EMS) are on the rise. BFRD experienced an increase of 17 percent in EMS calls between 2006 The Sustainability Framework is a new tool for departmental master planning in Boulder to help ensure that each plan aligns with and areas being redeveloped. – As highlighted Council and community. The framework will in the 1996 Fire-Rescue Master Plan evolve as it is applied in subsequent master and the 2011 Assessment, the city is surrounded by open space, which The long-term intent of the framework is to: made in the master expanded from one season to all year. The city has recent experience with wildland/ of community sustainability goals in the city’s master plans and help ensure in a consistent manner between and , linked to key indicators, Agenda Item 5B Page 18 of 52 The categories of the framework build upon – Maintain and develop a the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan (BVCP) supports all modes of travel, makes BVCP and PBB were developed from extensive from single-occupant vehicles. community input processes and are used to guide long-term decision making as well as the city’s annual budget process. energy resources and reduce the use of non-renewable resources to the The Sustainability Framework organizes master maximum extent possible. areas: – Promote an ecologically balanced community and – Protect residents and property from environment. – Develop and atmosphere of social and cultural maintain a healthy, resilient economy inclusiveness. and high levels of services and – Create and sustain a community that is accessible, – Be a model and socially and economically vibrant, abundant parks and green spaces. 14 Agenda Item 5B Page 19 of 52 Sustainability is supported by the Boulder typically takes a year – whether completed by Fire-Rescue Department (BFRD) through present the city with policy choices, such as: the master plan update process, BFRD has be used throughout the community, or variable ones? strategically provide emergency services while - - the summary table on pages 16 and 17. As part of this focus on sustainability, the master to reduce the carbon footprint and other environmental impacts, as well as examining ways to address the changing and dynamic for preschool, elementary school, and college students. The programs for younger children include general and home escape plans. The focus for Boulder community. with their peers. Fire safety posters and category area. other materials are also distributed to local landlords and property managers. – for businesses on the proper use of . the neighborhood and surrounding community. BFRD protects homes, local businesses and other neighborhood assets by delivering services equitably, increasing the sense of related to community well-being include: As recommended in the Assessment, BFRD will conduct a “standard of cover” analysis of the city. The “standard of cover” analysis is intended to: 1) Provide a structure for policy makers, dialogue about the various challenges in and 2) Facilitate a frank and complete discussion about the variance in risk, service demand, and community 15 Agenda Item 5B Page 20 of 52 SUSTAINABILITY CATEGORIES STRATEGY X Redindicates the primary sustainability category that relates to the initiative. Maintain a forward looking plan for maintenance and replacement of BFRD capital assets. Pilot the use of smaller vehicles to respond to medical emergencies. new approaches. Explore ways to improve diversity within BFRD. Hire a hazardous materials inspector. Consider new methods of service delivery, including the use of new technology, given the increase in medical calls. emergency response. Expand the use of incident benchmark data to evaluate and improve response. 16 Agenda Item 5B Page 21 of 52 Adjust service EMaximize emergency Reduce energy Model the strategic delivery to services can serve a response while prepare for year-use of resources denser urban form. leveraging emissions.and environmental to changing resources and stewardship. community needs.of living next to open minimizing impact to space.infrastructure. xxx xx xxx xxx xx xxxx xxx xx xxx xxx x xx xx xxxx x x xx xx xx xxx x x x x x xx xx xxx xxx xx xx xx xx 17 Agenda Item 5B Page 22 of 52 vehicle miles traveled. BFRD will also used to encourage special team for a map of BFRD, as well as the Boulder Police districts.) Department, recognize that the most and the community. BFRD will work with the Police Department to address – BFRD protects the community’s built BFRD is considering the that have not historically been reached As areas of the community undergo redevelopment to familiarizes college-age student leaders and create livable public spaces, BFRD will partner with other city departments during planning, engineering, design and review of plans and projects to ensure training, search and rescue training, full that redeveloping areas become quality bunker gear donning, simulated search places with adequate infrastructure and access to facilitate emergency response. remain the focus for the foreseeable program to include other members of a new transit center, higher density neighborhoods, improved business improvements and public spaces. As a in other city departments to clarify the approach for urban development and and EMS response, BFRD is responsible for providing a variety of specialty service delivery. services, including: hazardous materials these teams are assigned specialized equipment and have specially trained personnel. However, these personnel are not assigned, unless by chance, to personnel are assigned to specialty 18 Agenda Item 5B Page 23 of 52 will need to be taken to accommodate assessed in terms of their ability to support rapid egress for emergency personnel and vehicles in response of all wood roof covering materials, to calls for service, examining each to including wood shakes and wood determine if it is possible to improve shingles. The code amendment allows materials. The community has responded of wood shake roofs has been reduced equipment. Currently, some reserve markedly in the more vulnerable vehicles are stored interface areas. BFRD is developing a plan to work with remaining property owners to meet the upcoming deadline. buildings. Stocks of supplies to use during hazardous materials incidents are limited to what can be Boulder community is changing from because of the lack of environment, which changes the density, dry, heated storage as uses in buildings and surrounding areas. As redevelopment occurs, BFRD and emergency supplies to determine an those areas. For instance, as noted in busiest, is currently located in the 100- BFRD takes advantage of new technologies as vehicles are replaced. BFRD has reduced employee space for records storage. This would enhance the involvement between upper management and line personnel and and tear on public infrastructure and BFRD heavy apparatus. Many of the city’s As medical calls for service make up an ever quarters adjacent to vehicle bays which greater percentage of BFRD’s workload, can create indoor air quality issues. it will become increasingly unnecessary the necessary equipment, supplies, and personnel can be transported in steps, if any, will need to be taken to a vehicle that is smaller, lighter, more 19 Agenda Item 5B Page 24 of 52 generally easier and less expensive engine and ladder apparatus. BFRD has engine technologies and achieving near- extremely expensive to replace. BFRD, consider the necessity of equipment and in the city. 2008 BFRD Operations Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector 2% 4% Currently, emergency Employee Commute medical calls trigger a response from Buildings both the city’s current ambulance 36% 29% provider, American Medical Response Vehicle Fleet 29% Business Travel Other the current dispatch system, BFRD responds based on districts, which means that the closest unit does not necessarily respond. Currently, the city traveled, and determine when and how new Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) smaller vehicle. Please see emergency response. The new system for more details. includes a GPS component to track Priority Dispatch System (MPDS) and Fire Priority Dispatch System (FPDS). Through changes in medical dispatching, the proper number and type of emergency personnel can be determined before the response. These vehicles may be smaller the wear and tear on the apparatus program to conserve energy, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, use renewable energy, reduce waste and limit toxins in the environment. BRFD’s hazardous materials response limits and contains the release of hazardous materials into the study commissioned by the New Zealand Fire 20 Agenda Item 5B Page 25 of 52 tons of CO equivalent with the total loss of a 2 2,000 square foot structure (including contents 1). BFRD reduces GHG emissions with the COways the department can reduce its 2 BFRD’s carbon footprint. By periodically helps promote renewable fuels and reduces in GHG emissions. According to the recent Assessment, only two BFRD as part of the city’s energy performance seek to educate employees and modify behavior towards more responsible emissions. BFRD implemented a change energy usage. to the work schedule in 2009, which helped reduce these impacts. Previously, As part work schedule again. This resulted in is working on ways to improve recycling result, employee annual commutes were the current schedule and maintain the January 2012, BFRD performed an environmental baseline assessment to understand the sources of its GHG baseline is now being used to develop 21 Agenda Item 5B Page 26 of 52 BFRD will install more three-in-one areas are adjacent to open space areas in which there is a higher risk of grass and compost, and trash receptacles) in what is compostable and recyclable. considering going paperless, which would developed a model wildland interface injury reports electronically. Currently, code that addresses the key aspects of these are paper forms which are transferred to the ambulance provider interface code can be adapted to the City part of the city’s Energy Performance Contract. The new Fire Training Center building codes is scheduled for council incorporates a number of green design elements such as using locally available 2012. and recycled materials, water-saving BFRD The Wildland Division of BFRD is charged with the wildland fuel interface issues in and around Boulder. the borders and land ownership issues Wildland Division is also a major contributor in proper planning are the best way to limits and in adjacent unincorporated areas of Boulder County, which together total more than 108,000 acres of open space. BFRD works with the city’s Open Space & Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department to ensure the health of forest lands through mechanical thinning, on the community. The plan establishes ensure that the plan remains current, , including later in 2012. BRFD also such as those described in the Forest Similar to Ecosystem Management Plan and the Grassland Ecosystem Management Plan. code management process to ensure 22 Agenda Item 5B Page 27 of 52 New Wildland Facility safety by involving homeowners, Funding community leaders, planners, developers, . Fires to protect people and property from in businesses contribute to unemployment, lost income, and the loss of tax revenues for local in neighborhoods along and near the wildland/urban interface, to include the Firewise program. As noted in the Assessment, the city’s Wildland Division has been a pioneer in The science and technology sectors that are an important part of for its comprehensive approach towards forest management. However, due to handling and management of hazardous materials. The partnership between BFRD has expanded from one season to a year-round concern. BFRD has limited round season. BFRD has begun to take well as proper compliance with complex steps to address these resource issues by concerning hazardous materials storage and handling. This partnership would be best facilitated by an inspector who focuses on hazardous materials. Hiring BFRD will analyze upgrading the Wildland a specialized inspector would allow the Fuels Manager and Fire Management department to do pre-incident planning, their personal health and safety. The Wildland Division is currently located in BFRD Street), while rd approximately 6,000 businesses in Boulder single-family residence at 19 and Violet th is inspected at least every other year. (1888 Violet) called the “cache.” Trucks and equipment that need to be inside and st Jay Road. Not having all of the wildland tools, equipment and vehicles in one place can cause delays in responding during an emergency. On a daily basis, it is also developed at the Fire Training Center site with 2011 capital investment bond funds that the new wildland facility will be completed by 2015. Agenda Item 5B Page 28 of 52 are conducted by the twenty- four emergency crews working peak performance for the community. BFRD training there is a wide range good governance include: measures. Prior to 2010, BFRD did not have funding for the trucks. As a result of a voter-approved is used to develop risk tax revenue in Boulder, BFRD, along with management programs Finance and Fleet Services, developed for each area of the city. replacement needs. A similar approach includes a sketch of a has been developed to address facility building’s external footprint including gas and electrical Management (FAM) master plan update plans including room uses process, citywide funding needs for notes concerning special (O&M) as well as major maintenance/ hazards (chemical storage, large numbers of impaired patrons, etc). An expanded and FAM are also developing a funding community-oriented risk management program replacement needs. would allow BFRD to more on emergency scenes. BFRD recognizes that a number community-oriented risk management program Assessment – are the hallmarks of top that includes pre-plans for individual businesses to emergency response. BFRD including: currently has a limited pre- Establishing internal performance program. performance, including targets for call processing in the 9-1-1 dispatch incidents, and targets for performance Boulder’s sustainability goals recognize that all once the units have arrived on scene. limits. This is where strategy becomes management system and other incident command tools to improve inherently strategic because it requires incident management at all major and involving a large number of units or employed toward that end are fragile and 24 Agenda Item 5B Page 29 of 52 Enhancing BFRD’s ability to track personnel at major emergencies and to improve on BFRD’s ability to account for all personnel, their whereabouts and their assignments at alert, as well as turn on lights, turn Developing a program by which a agency. All BFRD intended to be another set of eyes emergency medical training (EMT), and and ears for the incident commander. many instances, emergency responders Exploring the development of a spend in excess of 2 hours each work day city, BFRD will: 2 and taking the necessary steps special core competencies and deliver to improve them where possible. This training to meet them. BFRD. management in order to expand this Engage in post-incident assessments to document “lessons learned” at all major incidents and at any incident performance measures against which ensure that BFRD’s training program to assess their service delivery. These focuses on priority issues and can and should span the full range of Establish a Training Steering is that they must be regularly tracked and that management decisions must be made using them. BFRD recognizes that 12,000 high quality service is possible when the 10,000 results are being measured and when 8,000 or commended, based on the results. 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 20012002200320042005200620072008200920102011 25 Agenda Item 5B Page 30 of 52 and the bargaining unit as well as the and dispatch of resources to EMS calls, and regional trends and work with the contractor units. curriculum for training in BFRD. requirements within the ambulance Study the feasibility of two-way video conferencing to improve availability and frequency of training. Expand the Training Division from one The city’s diversity plan division chief and a training captain states: “The city of Boulder believes that a diverse workforce adds quality we provide to the public and to the employee’s work environment. Therefore, the city strives to provide an inclusive work environment by developing and maintaining a diverse workforce, which improvement is to enhance the way in which the EMS system is managed and among employees and the public it coordinated. There are several areas serves.” in which this focus could be improved, including: The city policy also directs departments to “plan and implement programs to encourage BFRD recognized the value of a diverse to the hospital. workforce and set out to diversify what had been typically a white-male-dominated profession. BFRD is proud of its diversity and administrator (either a dedicated oversee the ambulance contract. earlier gains in diversity so that women and people of color are represented less fees. than would be expected. BFRD is exploring various methods to enhance recruitment of enhanced EMS call screening (emergency medical dispatch or EMD). pool and improve their ability to become hired in Boulder. 26 Agenda Item 5B Page 31 of 52 According to the 2012 budget, the Boulder Fire-Rescue Department (BFRD) currently receives 99 of the department. As a General Fund department with a analysis. or other city revenue sources are required for new programs or capital needs. community. Departmental master planning is focused on aligning the design of departmental and community input. One of PBB’s primary This update to the Fire-Rescue Master Plan pioneers a system to help ensure that planned and are funded in accordance with those funding available and the cost of providing services and programs. The Sustainability Framework described PBB contributes to the city’s long-term in planning departmental investments. of Boulder to serve its residents in the most categories within the Framework, BFRD manner possible. can insure that it is working toward the community’s goals. The second checkpoint in planning departmental investments is the that determine how valuable they are in 1. Boulder Valley Comp Plan + PBB Results 2. Sustainability Framework 3. PBB Score Analysis 4. Fiscally Constrained – Action – Vision 27 Agenda Item 5B Page 32 of 52 Q1 spending plan based on three Q2 Q3 available resources: FISCALLY CONSTRAINED, ACTION, and Q4 (see Figure 4 for a $0$2$4$6$8$10$12$14$16 funding plans). Millions As BFRD looks forward to the purposes of analysis, all program scores are support programs that consistently score programs that scored in the top 25 percent. illustrates how the FISCALLY CONSTRAINED, percent of program scores, and so on. ACTION, and plans distribute spending across broad program categories and the Because emergency response is generally a high priority for the community, the bulk of normally fall. One example is the small vehicle BFRD spending scores in the top 25 percent pilot (see by the city (Figure 1). These high scores are Services program. Emergency Services is a largely a result of very strong alignment with further investment. approach. (See Sidebar) The FISCALLY CONSTRAINED plan is a ensures that the city allocates funding to funding plan is to refocus and make the most areas that have been broadly embraced as ensures that the largest amounts of funding in this master plan considered for the Fiscally Constrained Funding Plan are those that are require limited or no funding to accomplish. approach that required each department to The ACTION plan delineates the “next step” imagine a future without increased revenues. of service or facility expansion that should be taken when increased funding is available. $25 $20 ;MPHPERH3TIVEXMSRW $15 Q4 ,E^EVHSYW1EXIVMEPW8IEQ Q3 (MZI8IEQ $10 *MVI7EJIX] Q2 )QIVKIRG]7IVZMGIW Q1 $5 3YXWMHI7IVZMGIW %HQMRMWXVEXMSR3ZIVLIEH $0 FISCALLY ACTIONACTIONVISIONVISION (ONE TIME)(ONGOING)(ONE TIME)(ONGOING) CONSTRAINED (ONGOING) 28 Agenda Item 5B Page 33 of 52 new taxes. The projects. solution. approaches. commuting. needed. stations. measures. 29 Agenda Item 5B Page 34 of 52 Agenda Item 5B Page 35 of 52 Emergency Response response time are: by federal, state, and local governments to respond to increasing demands for accountability deliver the service to the community. Given and over- 4 help when needed. The department also response within Boulder, it would not be cost- emergencies involving hazardous materials. Compliance with standards related to training but will become mandatory in the near future. Compliance with other standards related to physical resources, emergency response, Several of the performance measures in currently are also voluntary. this plan are new and, therefore, data has not been collected. A small percentage of incident data that is collected may be coded incident reports. Changes are needed to because it is understood by residents, easy separate from non-emergency complaints. As of end results. The BVCP currently calls for of the master plan, BFRD will establish emergency that is normally six minutes or procedures to collect data for measures not previously used and will enhance training to which establishes a six-minute response 90 technological improvements which will assist This master plan recommends changing the is based on the more current response standard as recommended by the Center standards based on data from 2011 (see for Public Safety Excellence and the City of Community Survey indicated that about eight Assessment (Assessment). As noted in the in 10 respondents reported they felt at least somewhat safe from structural or house benchmark and the same as reported in take to meet the NFPA goal. decrease from previous years, perhaps due to Agenda Item 5B Page 36 of 52 Performance Measures Sustainability Division 2011 Framework Standard Actual 78%** 97%** Emergency Services NA 66% Hazardous 88% Materials Team NA 100% 100% Fire Safety NA NA 56% Wildland 99% 100% 90% Dive Team 80% Arrival of dispatched ambulance to medical emergency within 7 minutes 90% of 90% Arrival of dispatched ambulance to medical emergency within 11 minutes 98% of Outside Services 97% General81% ** indicates that service calls were not included in the calculation. Agenda Item 5B Page 37 of 52 people’s experience of the Four Mile Canyon their equipment may improve the response. were up slightly from 2007 and were similar to located near the city boundaries or outside the city limits on open space. The new wildland are not being met. The data in these areas is An increase in wildland personnel will also contribute to improved performance. Going early 5 issues and implement changes as appropriate. new computer aided dispatch (CAD) system. citywide budget process. Another area where the performance measures are not being met includes hazardous material response and wildland delay for hazardous material response may the deployment of personnel assigned to Agenda Item 5B Page 38 of 52 Agenda Item 5B Page 39 of 52 over a number of years to even out budgetary and other impacts. BFRD is already moving in the master plan that do not require the number of vehicles dispatched to various emergencies. work on a BFRD environmental sustainability With this master plan as a guide, BFRD reduce exhaust emissions when purchasing approach to develop annual budget requests. Performance measures will be used to monitor service and progress toward the master plan strategies. Progress will be reviewed and processes as city resources allow. Examples in this category include the pilot program and contribute toward achieving City Council to introduce smaller response vehicles into and community goals. Agenda Item 5B Page 40 of 52 APPENDIXA: BoulderFireRescueDepartment LightResponseVehiclePilotProgram ExampleofPossiblePilotProgramVehicleType March2012 A-1 Agenda Item 5B Page 41 of 52 LightResponseVehiclePilotProgramOverview Background InJune,2011,theTriDataCorporationcompletedanOperationalandManagementAssessmentofthe BoulderFireRescueDepartment(BFRD).Oneoftherecommendationsincludedinthereportwas considerationofincorporating2personrescuevehiclesatthebusiestfirestationstorespondtomedical emergencies.Therecommendationstemmedfromthefactthatheavyfireapparatususefuel inefficiently,needtobepreservedduetotheirimmensecost,andareoftenunnecessaryforthemedical callstowhichtheyrespond. Currently,whenthecommunicationscenterreceivesacallforhelpatamedicalemergency,itnotifies theambulancecompanyandBFRDandbothrespond.Ifafireengineisbusy,theladdertruckwill respond.Theengineisstaffedbythreefirefighters. BFRDproposesapilotprojectincorporatingaLightResponseVehicle(LRV)atFireStation#1.This stationiscurrentlythebusieststationinthesystemrunningover3,000emergencyresponsesperyear. for54%ofthetotalresponses.Thecomparisonbetweenexisting Medicalemergenciesaccount standardprocedureatFireStation#1andthenewapproachunderthepilotwillinformtheanalysisof theprogram. ProjectGoals ThegoalsoftheLightResponseVehiclePilotProgramare: Reducefuelconsumptionandgreenhousegasemissions ReducedamageanddeteriorationtotheĐŝƚLJ͛Ɛstreetsandroads ExtendthelifeoftheĐŝƚLJ͛Ɛfireenginesthroughdecreasedusage Increasemaneuverabilityofresponsevehicles th FireStation#1,244113Street(AcrossthestreetfromCaseyMiddleSchool) A-2 Agenda Item 5B Page 42 of 52 Analysis BFRDwillevaluatethepilotusingaTripleBottomLineanalysis.Tobesustainable,theprogramshould reducetheĚĞƉĂƌƚŵĞŶƚ͛Ɛcarbonfootprintinacosteffectivemannerwithoutadverselyimpactingthe servicethatBFRDprovides. SUSTAINABILITY Overthecourseofthepilotperiod,BFRDwill: 1.Identifythenumberofresponsesthatwillbeabletodivertfromthelargerfireapparatus. 2.Determinetheactualmileagereductiononthelargerfireapparatus. 3.Evaluatefuelsavings. 4.EvaluatetheimpactonresponsetimestomedicalemergenciesinStationηϭ͛Ɛdistrict. 5.Evaluatetheoperationalimpactsofthevehicleontheoverallemergencyresponsesystem. 6.Evaluatethecostsassociatedwiththenewprogram. DetailedCost Avehiclehasnotbeenselectedyetforthepilotprogram.Oneexampleofalightresponsevehicleisthe ChevroletTahoeResponseVehicle: From2012StateofColoradoBid,Chevroletoffersaflexfuelmodelat$30,575orahybridmodel at$47,767. Rescuetools,equipment,radios,lights,sirens,etc,cost$46,000. Necessaryfirestationmodificationsmaycostapproximately$12,000toaccommodatethenew vehicle. Ongoingannualcostofvehiclereplacement,assuminga13yearreplacementcycle,isbetween $6,500and$7,200dependingontheselectedvehicle. A-3 Agenda Item 5B Page 43 of 52 Itisanticipatedthatthetotalstartupcostforthepilotwillrangefrom$100,000to$120,000assuming thevehiclecostsbetween$30,000and$50,000. TimingandDesignofPilot BFRDwilltakeimmediatestepstobeginthepilot.Fundinghasbeenidentifiedinthe2012budgetthat willallowthevehicletobeavailableforaJanuary1,2013start.Itisanticipatedthatthepilotperiodwill betwotothreeyears.Thiswillallowthedepartmenttocollectandanalyzemultipleyearsofdata. Followingtheconclusionofthepilotperiod,BFRDwillproduceawrittenprogramevaluation. A-4 Agenda Item 5B Page 44 of 52 APPENDIX B Executive Summary of the Fire Operation and Management Assessment Report (June 2010) KǀĞƌǀŝĞǁ B-1 Agenda Item 5B Page 45 of 52 &ŝŶĚŝŶŐƐĂŶĚZĞĐŽŵŵĞŶĚĂƚŝŽŶƐ B-2 Agenda Item 5B Page 46 of 52 B-3 Agenda Item 5B Page 47 of 52 B-4 Agenda Item 5B Page 48 of 52 B-5 Agenda Item 5B Page 49 of 52 B-6 Agenda Item 5B Page 50 of 52 ATTACHMENT B Proposed Changes to Urban Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Care BVCP Urban Service Criteria and Standards Formatted: Left, Indent: Left: 36 pt, First line: 0 pt, Right: 0 pt Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Deleted: Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Formatted: Strikethrough Agenda Item 5B Page 51 of 52 2 Agenda Item 5B Page 52 of 52 C I T Y O F B O U L D E R INFORMATION ITEM FOR: ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY BOARD – May 24, 2012 PLANNING BOARD – May 17, 2012 TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD – May 14, 2012 OPEN SPACE BOARD OF TRUSTEES – May 9, 2012 WATER RESOURCES ADVISORY BOARD – May 21, 2012 PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD – May 21or June 4, 2012 GREENWAYS ADVISORY COMMITTEE AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE:June 12, 2012 SUBJECT: REQUESTING DEPARTMENT: PURPOSE: GREENWAYS ADVISORY COMMITTEEACTION REQUESTED: Attachment A Greenways 2013-2018 CIP Program Overview GREENWAYS 2013 - 2018 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM Funding Overview Accomplishments and Highlights Relationship to Master Plan and Prioritization Deferred Projects, Changes and Unfunded Needs Emerging Needs BOARD ACTION 7 2 6 3 Fourmile Creek Wonderland Creek 5 Linden Av Elmers 4 Goose 1 Boulder Creek Bear Creek Baseline Rd Projects 2013 - 2018 1 Goose Creek Restoration 2 Fourmile Broadway to Violet 3 Fourmile 26th to 28th Street Greenways Program CIP 4 Wonderland Foothills to the Diagonal 5 Wonderland 28th Street Underpass 6 Fourmile - 19th to 22nd 7 Fourmile - Upland to Violet