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2020 08-13 PCPPLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA CITY OF BROOKLYN CENTER VIRTUAL MEETING August 13, 2020 Virtual meeting being conducted by electronic means in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section 13D.021. Public may access the Webex meeting: Online: logis.webex.com | Meeting Number (Access Code): 141 666 5172 Phone: (312) 535-8110 Work Session 6:00 PM 1. Ethics and Best Practices for Planning Commissioners 2. Navigating a Planning Commission Meeting and Decision Making Standards 3. Adjourn PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA CITY OF BROOKLYN CENTER VIRTUAL MEETING August 13, 2020 Virtual meeting being conducted by electronic means in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section 13D.021. Public may access the Webex meeting: Online: logis.webex.com | Meeting Number (Access Code): 141 666 5172 Phone: (312) 535-8110 Regular Meeting 7 PM 1. Call to Order: 7:00 PM 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda Motion to Approve Planning Commission Meeting Agenda for August 13, 2020 4. Approval of Minutes Motion to Approve the July 9, 2020 Meeting Minutes 5. Chairperson's Explanation The Planning Commission is an advisory body. One of the Commission's functions is to hold public hearings. In the matters concerned in these hearings, the Commission makes recommendations to the City Council. The City Council makes all final decisions in these matters. 6. Planning Items a. Planning Commission Application Nos. 2020-004 and 2020-005 (PUBLIC HEARING) Applicant: C Alan Homes Project Location: 6000 (6025, 6031, 6037, and 6045) and 6900 (6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939) Blocks of Brooklyn Boulevard Summary: The Applicant is requesting review and consideration of requests, including preliminary and final plat, and site and building plan approvals, and the establishment of a Planned Unit Development that would allow two separate sets of EDA-owned lots to be developed into a series of triplexes and associated site improvements. The public hearings for these applications were continued from July 9, 2020 to allow the Applicant additional time to address necessary easements and access off Brooklyn Boulevard. City staff will present the two applications under one PowerPoint presentation with one public hearing to be held to address both sites; however, separate motions will be necessary for each application. b. Planning Commission Application No. 2020-007 (PUBLIC HEARING) Applicant: Wayne Brown of W K Brown, LLC Project Location: 2590 Freeway Boulevard Summary: The Applicant is requesting review and consideration of requests PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA CITY OF BROOKLYN CENTER VIRTUAL MEETING August 13, 2020 Virtual meeting being conducted by electronic means in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section 13D.021. Public may access the Webex meeting: Online: logis.webex.com | Meeting Number (Access Code): 141 666 5172 Phone: (312) 535-8110 for site and building plan and Planned Unit Development amendment approvals that would allow for the expansion of an existing restaurant space into a new three-story, approximately 14,000 square foot restaurant with event center and related site improvements. 7. Discussion Items a) City Council Update b) Next Planning Commission Meeting 8. Other Business None 9. Adjournment PC Minutes 07-09-20 -1- DRAFT MINUTES OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF BROOKLYN CENTER IN THE COUNTY OF HENNEPIN AND THE STATE OF MINNESOTA JULY 9, 2020 1. CALL TO ORDER The Planning Commission meeting was called to order by City Planner Ginny McIntosh at 7:00 p.m. The meeting was conducted via Webex. 2. ADMINISTER OATH OF OFFICE (RE-APPOINTED AND NEWLY APPOINTED COMMISSIONERS) City Planner Ginny McIntosh stated the new Commissioners would be sworn in collectively, and their signatures would be collected and notarized. Ms. McIntosh stated the two re-appointments are Commissioners Alexander Koenig and Jack MacMillan. Ms. McIntosh stated the newly appointed Commissioners are Alfreda Daniels, Sizi Goyah, Kellie Hmong and Stephanie Jones. She added Commissioner Peter Omari was appointed two meetings ago. Ms. McIntosh stated an Oath of Office would be read by all the Commissioners with the exception of Commissioner Omari. 3. ROLL CALL Commissioners Alexander Koenig, Jack MacMillan, Kellie Hmong, Peter Omari, Sizi Goyah, Alfreda Daniels, and Stephanie Jones. Also present were City Planner and Zoning Administrator Ginny McIntosh, Community Development Director Meg Beekman, City Clerk Barb Suciu, and City Attorney Troy Gilchrist. 4. ELECTION OF PLANNING COMMISSION CHAIRPERSON FOR REMAINDER OF 2020 There was a motion by Commissioner Koenig, seconded by Commissioner MacMillan, to nominate Commissioner Koenig to be Chair. Voting in favor: Commissioners Koenig and MacMillan. And the following voted against the same: Commissioners Omari, Daniels, Goyah, Hmong, and Jones. The motion failed (2 in favor to 5 against). PC Minutes 07-09-20 -2- DRAFT There was a motion by Commissioner Hmong, seconded by Commissioner Daniels, to nominate Commissioner Omari to be Chair. Voting in favor: Commissioners Omari, Daniels, Goyah, Hmong and Jones. And the following voted against the same: Commissioners Koenig and MacMillan. The motion passed (5 in favor to 2 against). Ms. McIntosh stated Commissioner Peter Omari has been appointed to be Planning Commission Chair for the remainder of 2020. 5. APPOINTMENT OF VICE-CHAIR FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2020 BY CHAIRPERSON Chair Omari stated he would like to choose Commissioner Hmong to serve as Vice Chair. Commissioner Hmong accepted. 6. APPROVAL OF AGENDA – JULY 9, 2020 Ms. McIntosh stated City Staff is requesting that Agenda Item 9b (Planning Application No. 2020-004) and Agenda Item 9c (Planning Application No. 2020-005) be continued to the Planning Commission’s next meeting. She added City Staff reviewed these requests from C- Alan Homes for triplex developments and determined that an extension is needed as substantial easements along Brooklyn Boulevard are not included on the site plans. She noted a letter from City Staff to C-Alan Homes regarding this extension is included in the Planning Commission meeting packet. Commissioner Kellie Hmong stated she works for Artspace Projects, and normally when they submit an application packet to City Hall it would be very large. She added she does not feel comfortable reviewing the applications without knowing all the details of the development and what the developer has planned. She noted this is EDA property to be used to stimulate economic development and for public benefit. Commissioner Hmong stated she would like to review the whole application, not just the easement issue. She added she is not able to vote on it without knowing what the plans look like. She noted the Planning Commission should receive better applications from developers. Ms. McIntosh stated the Planning Commission will receive the full packet including site plans for the August 13, 2020 meeting, when these applications will be reviewed. She added City Staff is requesting that these applications be tabled or continued in order for the Applicant to provide additional information necessary for City staff to fully review the requests and prepare staff comments. Commissioner Hmong stated she would like to have at least two weeks to review the application packet. She added when her organization submits an application, there are a lot of materials that PC Minutes 07-09-20 -3- DRAFT must be reviewed, to decide whether an application is good for the community. She noted it would be better if everything is presented on the table. Commissioner Koenig stated he would suggest that Ms. McIntosh and the City Attorney take the opportunity to review the role of the Planning Commission with all the Commissioners. He added it is important to know which areas are not necessarily part of the Planning Commission’s advisory role. He noted this is a wonderful opportunity for the new Commissioners who are involved in advocacy and housing issues. He noted non-profit organizations work differently than City government. Commissioner Sizi Goyah stated, as a teacher, he would fall into the advocacy group. He added he would like to have as much information as possible in advance so he can make decisions. He noted he would have loved to have gotten this information more than 72 hours before the meeting so he can have enough time to review the materials and have a detailed plan for making a decision. Commissioner Hmong asked whether the applicant has joined the meeting. Ms. McIntosh stated the items are being tabled and will not be discussed this evening. Commissioner Alfreda Daniels stated she has looked through the email and agrees with Commissioner Hmong. She added she is not sure how things are usually done, but she does not have enough information to make a vote to recommend the applications to the City Council. She noted the Commission’s role is to serve the community and the residents of Brooklyn Center, and she needs to have more information. She suggested tabling the applications until the developer can provide more details. Community Development Director Meg Beekman stated the action that is before the Planning Commission is to table these two requests. She added adjustments were made to the site plan by Hennepin County related to Brooklyn Boulevard easements, as it is a County road. She noted the request is to table the item until next month, when the Commissioners will have had more time to review the full packet, and City Staff can review County recommendations regarding the easement. Ms. Beekman stated these items were left on the Agenda because the public hearings had already been posted. She added the Planning Commission is not being asked to take action on these applications at tonight’s meeting. Commissioner Hmong stated more time is needed to review the full packet. She added it is not acceptable that this was not presented to the Commissioners earlier. She noted it would be appropriate for City Staff to release the information without the easement, so it could be considered during this meeting, and the Commissioners would not be required to make last- minute decisions. Chair Omari stated it is his understanding that City Staff is requesting that the planning applications from C-Alan Homes should be tabled to the next Planning Commission meeting. He called for a motion so the Commission can move on to the next Agenda item. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -4- DRAFT Mr. Gilchrist agreed with Chair Omari’s statement. He added a motion would be appropriate to approve the Agenda and have a roll call vote. There was a motion by Commissioner Koenig, seconded by Commissioner MacMillan, to approve the agenda for the July 9, 2020 meeting as amended. The motion passed unanimously. 7. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – June 11, 2020 There was a motion by Commissioner Daniels, seconded by Commissioner Hmong, to approve the minutes of the June 11, 2020 meeting as presented. The motion passed unanimously. 8. CHAIR’S EXPLANATION Chair Omari explained the Planning Commission’s role as an advisory body. One of the Commission’s functions is to hold public hearings. In the matters concerned in these hearings, the Commission makes recommendations to the City Council. The City Council makes all final decisions in these matters. 9. PLANNING APPLICATION ITEMS 9a) Planning Commission Application No. 2020-006 (Public Hearing) Applicant: Matt Durand Property Address: 1080 Shingle Creek Crossing Summary: The Applicant is requesting review and consideration of a site and building plan approval and issuance of a Special Use Permit that would allow for the development of an approximately 3,667-square foot standalone car wash and associated site improvements on Building Site E in the Shingle Creek Crossing retail center. Ms. McIntosh reviewed a request for site and building plan approval and issuance of a Special Use Permit (SUP) for development of a car wash and associated site improvements, on Building Site E in Shingle Creek Crossing. She requested that Commissioners hold their comments until the end of the presentation, after which there will be a public hearing. Ms. McIntosh stated, in September 2019, developer Frank Gatlin provided a development update on Shingle Creek Crossing to the City Council and indicated that a location within the development was being reviewed for a stand-alone car wash. She added Sites R and T were originally identified as possible locations but were not pursued due to restrictions from Sears. Ms. McIntosh stated, in May 2020, Mr. Gatlin presented a request to the City Council for a PUD amendment for a stand-alone car wash in Shingle Creek Crossing Shopping Center, to update Building Site E from restaurant use to car wash use. She added the updated site and building plans and amended use were approved, but these approvals did not include the car wash PC Minutes 07-09-20 -5- DRAFT application. She noted the review at tonight’s meeting is for a site and building plan and Special Use Permit requests from applicant Matt Durand for development of a 3,000 square foot stand- alone car wash and related site improvements. Ms. McIntosh stated the Planned Unit Development’s architectural guidelines are part of the approval process for Site E, including a minimum of 50% Class I building materials on each side of the building. She added the remaining building materials could be Class II materials. She noted City staff has reviewed the mix of materials, which meet and exceed minimum requirements. Ms. McIntosh stated Property Owner Frank Gatlin has provided examples of similar car washes, which are popular across the country. She added the car wash building would cover 9.2% of the full site, which is well below the 40% maximum threshold outlined in the PUD guidelines. She noted access to the car wash would be from two points on Bass Lake Road, with 3 lanes entering the car wash: 2 inner lanes with pay stations and an outside VIP lane for frequent users that would utilize license plate recognition technology. Ms. McIntosh stated a minimum of 20 feet is required for fire and emergency access. She added the Fire Department indicated that they would use the main driveway to access the property, which is 30 feet wide and meets the threshold. The Fire Inspector did not express concerns of impacts to Buiding D to the west as access would be maintained from the south, west, and north. The fire connections for Building D are located on the north side of the building. She noted parking on Site E would be reviewed. Ms. McIntosh stated traffic data from Kimley-Horn planning consultants estimates a total of 300 cars per day or 600 total trips, with the majority of trips to the site, or 10.5%, occurring between 2:15-3:15 p.m. She added these estimates are in line with other similar type car washes nationwide. She noted Kimley-Horn has indicated there will be space for stacking of 13 to 14 vehicles which is sufficient to accommodate the queue per the traffic generation memo provided. Ms. McIntosh stated City Staff reviewed the garbage truck turning radius based on plans provided by the applicant, and City staff proposes the 4.1-foot wide outer median be decreased in size to provide additional buffer space. She added the main drive aisle is proposed to be 26 feet wide, and City Staff is requesting that be reduced to 24 feet, which is standard for two-way traffic. She noted City Staff would like to see some landscaped areas maintained as a buffer. Ms. McIntosh stated garbage pick-up at this location would be on Friday mornings, so there should be no conflict with customer traffic, particularly with an anticipated peak in the mid- afternoon. Ms. McIntosh stated each trip should take approximately 10-15 minutes total if customers clean their vehicles and vacuum after. She added City Staff used retail use ratios for parking at car washes as there is no identified minimum parking ratio in the PUD. Retail uses would require 4.5 stalls per 1,000 square feet, for a total of 17 spaces. She noted the applicant is showing 17 spaces on the main lot. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -6- DRAFT Ms. McIntosh stated City Staff are requesting that the applicant work with Kimley-Horn to update the lighting plan to bring it into compliance with the original PUD architectural guidelines, as well as City guidelines. She added City Staff is requesting that the applicant provide information on the car wash tunnel and vacuums, to ensure compliance with City Ordinances and any requirements from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. Ms. McIntosh stated a trash enclosure was constructed for Sites D and E, and the applicant intends to determine whether that enclosure will be sufficient. She added City Staff is requesting additional information regarding trash receptacles in the vacuum area as well as plans for emptying trash and cleaning up litter. She noted City Staff is requesting that the applicant review opportunities for screening and landscaping by the proposed transformer and utility access door on the south side of the building. Ms. McIntosh stated a landscape plan for this site is included in the Shingle Creek Crossing master landscaping plan, and City Staff is requesting that the applicant consider ways to provide year-round landscaping and screening of the stacking lanes on the property. She added City Staff has also requested that the applicant work with the Assistant City Engineer to relocate trees near the access road on a part of the property where utilities are located and to revisit the landscaping to provide additional landscaping along the sidewalk portion by Shingle Creek for aesthetic appeal and to provide additional opportunities for stormwater management. Ms. McIntosh stated Site E is located west of a portion of Shingle Creek that was daylit in the original PUD. She added daylighting a portion of the creek is intended to restore the stream to a more natural state and that the creek runs south in a channel under the Shingle Creek Crossing parking lots. She added gray water, or sanitary water, from this area is shipped to a treatment plant in St. Paul that is operated by the Metropolitan Council. She noted water coming from the car wash would go into the sanitary sewer system, which runs west to a lift station near LA Fitness before continuing on to the treatment plant. Ms. McIntosh stated stormwater, which typically comes from the roofs of buildings and impervious surfaces, like parking lots, is collected via drains and directed south to the stormwater ponds between Walmart and Highway 100, through Centerbrook Golf Course, and is discharged into Shingle Creek. Ms. McIntosh stated the Assistant City Engineer provided a memo with comments and recommended changes, including comments from the Fire Inspector and Building Official. She added the applicant is aware of Metropolitan Council Sewer Access Charges. She noted Hennepin County did not have any concerns regarding impacts to Bass Lake Road, which is a County road. Ms. McIntosh stated the second part of this request is for a Special Use Permit as car washes are a special use in the C-2 District, along with gas stations and vehicle repair. She added Site E is zoned PUD-C2, so this use is allowed as long as it does not abut an R1, R2 or R3 property, and is an allowed use in the Central Commerce Overlay District, where the property is located. She noted the Special Use Permit requires a public hearing, and public notice was given. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -7- DRAFT Ms. McIntosh stated City Staff received comments from two residents and two businesses. She read the comments from one resident: “I am excited to have another car wash.” She added another resident, whose comment was received through the City’s Request Tracker, stated: “The car wash should not be placed so close to Shingle Creek due to waste and chemicals at car washes.” Ms. McIntosh stated she followed up with this resident and provided a copy of the Staff Report, and the resident retracted her concern and noted that it sounds much better than it seemed just looking at the location, but added, in response to Sear’s refusal to allow for a car wash on sites R and T, “There will be many downsides to Sears holding out for planning.” Ms. McIntosh stated the applicant received comments from a consultant at Bank of America and the Bank Manager of TCF Bank, which he forwarded to City Staff. She added the Bank of America representative expressed excitement on behalf of their employees to have a new car wash near their office, which will be good for local businesses and the surrounding community. She noted the representative from TCF wrote to show their support for the car wash, which will make a nice addition, bring an upscale look to the City, and add something special. Ms. McIntosh stated City Staff recommends that the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of Planning Commission Application No. 2020-006 for site and building plan and Special Use Permit to operate a stand-alone car wash and related site improvements at 1080 Shingle Creek Crossing. Ms. McIntosh stated Chair Omari may call for a motion to open the public hearing. Chair Omari asked whether the Planning Commissioners should speak first. Commissioner Hmong asked whether the Commission should go first. Ms. McIntosh stated the public hearing must be opened for comments. She added the developer, Frank Gatlin, and applicant Matt Durand joined the meeting, as well as a consultant from Kimley-Horn if there were any questions from the Commissioners later in the meeting. OPEN TO PUBLIC COMMENTS – APPLICATION NO. 2020-006 There was a motion by Commissioner MacMillan, seconded by Commissioner Hmong, to open the public hearing on Application No. 2020-006. Chair Omari stated he has a few comments. Mr. Gilchrist stated a roll call vote is required. The motion passed unanimously. Ms. McIntosh stated Chair Omari should call for public comments. Ms. Beekman asked the City Attorney whether comments made through the Webex chat feature can become part of the record. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -8- DRAFT Mr. Gilchrist confirmed that submitting a chat comment in an online public meeting is appropriate as it is the same as submitting a written comment. He added City Staff can read it into the record. He noted the preferred method of public comment would be submitting a comment prior to the meeting by email or letter, but the online chat comments are appropriate. Ms. McIntosh read a comment from Tamika Baskin: “Looking forward to it! I would like to keep my dollars in the City rather than travelling outside of Brooklyn Center for such simple tasks. I support having another car wash in Brooklyn Center.” Ms. McIntosh read a comment from Randy Christensen: “I’m excited to see a car wash back in Brooklyn Center again. It’s been missing for a long time, and I hope that you will work to pass this and send the recommendation on to the City Council.” Tim Willson, 7007 Dallas Road, stated he agrees with Randy’s comments. He added the City cannot seem to build or have economic growth to support a restaurant or two in the area where the car wash is anticipated, so a car wash is a good choice. He noted the planning over the last 20 years has been to have restaurants come in, but it is necessary to have the wages and a strong economy in the City to support them, and we haven’t had that for a while. Chair Omari asked whether Commissioners can make comments. Ms. McIntosh stated the public comment period is intended for the public. Ms. McIntosh read another comment from Tamika Baskin: “Will the car wash company be promoting job opportunities to Brooklyn Center residents?” Chair Omari stated perhaps the applicant could answer that question. Ms. McIntosh stated the applicant and developer can address comments and questions from Commissioners and the public after the public hearing is closed. Steve Schonning, 5515 Fremont Avenue N, stated he is still concerned about the visual aspects of the building and facility. He added he is less than overjoyed with the concept of a car wash in that location, close to Shingle Creek. He noted he understands it is the developer’s wish to move forward with this, and he looks forward to hearing the developer’s comments. MOTION TO CLOSE PUBLIC COMMENTS (HEARING) There was a motion by Commissioner Hmong, seconded by Commissioner Daniels, to close the public hearing on Application No. 2020-006. The motion passed unanimously. Ms. McIntosh stated the Commissioners can ask questions and make comments at this time. Commissioner Koenig requested that Mr. Gatlin and Mr. Durand give some background regarding difficulties in finding a restaurant tenant. He added he does not believe this is the ideal use for the site, but the traffic might bring shoppers to other nearby stores. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -9- DRAFT Frank Gatlin, Shingle Creek Crossing developer and property owner, welcomed the new Commission members. He stated he started this project 10 years ago, and he has done just about everything he can to bring tenants to Brooklyn Center. He added he has done this type of car wash in shopping centers and this model does very well across the country, and one in Florida brings 800-900 cars a day into a shopping center. He noted this would be a good asset as there are no other car washes in Brooklyn Center. He thanked applicant Matt Durand for doing a wonderful job on the elevations. Mr. Gatlin stated he has worked with City Staff for 10 years to bring quality restaurants to Shingle Creek Crossing, but they were not successful. He added times have changed, and what was envisioned for the development 10 years ago is no longer feasible. He noted he signed a lease with a seafood restaurant that will be opening soon near the liquor store, and the car wash will hopefully attract another retail use on nearby Site L. Chair Omari thanked Mr. Gatlin for the background information. He asked Ms. McIntosh if she noted the questions that were asked during the public hearing. Ms. McIntosh stated Tamika Baskin asked whether the car wash will be promoting job opportunities in Brooklyn Center. Matt Durand, the applicant, stated they own the Holiday Station Store on Bass Lake Road, and 90% of their employees are from Brooklyn Center. He added it is anticipated that there will be 8-11 job postings for this car wash, and they plan to hire within the City of Brooklyn Center. Chair Omari asked whether the Commissioners had questions or comments. Commissioner Daniels asked whether City Staff have communicated with residents near the site about the car wash, and whether there have been any concerns. Ms. McIntosh stated the public hearing related to the Special Use Permit required public notification and was noticed in the newspaper and mailings were sent to surrounding property owners. She added she received comments from Randy Christensen and Angie Dahl. She noted Mr. Durand forwarded her letters from Bank of America and TCF Bank. Ms. Daniels asked when notification was sent out to residents in the area. She asked what could be the reason that people are not responding. Ms. McIntosh stated the City does not get much response for these types of public hearings, in her experience. She added public hearing notices are statutorily required. She noted the notification was published in the Sun Post on June 25, 2020, and mail notifications were sent over a week before the meeting per statutory requirements to provide advance notice to nearby property owners. Commissioner Goyah stated if it is considered normal to only get two written responses, then the Commission should look for different ways to bring more people to the table. He asked whether PC Minutes 07-09-20 -10- DRAFT the applicant could try to get input from residents that would be impacted by the car wash development. Commissioner Goyah asked what limits City Staff from reaching out to more residents. Ms. McIntosh stated there are no stipulations in the current Zoning Code for additional notifications other than that which is statutorily required. She added other communities have amended their Zoning Codes to include neighborhood meetings or expand notification areas, and that is something that is being considered by City Staff, particularly as the current Zoning Code is undergoing a major overhaul at this time. Chair Omari asked whether the City could send the notice via mail to every home without an envelope. Ms. McIntosh stated that is something the City can look at, but right now the City only sends notifications to surrounding property owners. She added it is difficult to send notification to every tenant of an office building, such as nearby 5701 Shingle Creek Parkway, as the City does not know who the tenants are and what all suites are there. Ms. McIntosh stated, in terms of notice to nearby residents for this particular location, there are not many residential properties near Site E with the exception of the apartment complex to the north. She added the nearest residential building is the apartment complex near the white office building. Commissioner Hmong stated it would be nice if the applicant did an info session, so the Commission can get information directly from the applicant and not from City Staff, since the applicant owns the property. She asked whether that is allowed. Mr. Gilchrist stated, with regard to public notification, the statutory requirement is 10 days’ published notice. He added City Staff goes over and above that requirement by mailing notification to property owners within a certain distance of the property. He noted the Planning Commission can discuss ideas for ways to reach the public and make recommendations to the City Council. He noted it will ultimately be a decision of the City Council regarding whether to incorporate changes into the City Code. Mr. Gilchrist stated, in his experience representing cities, this amount of response is very typical, and there are generally very few or no responses. He added if people are concerned about or opposed to a proposal, they will show up. Commissioner MacMillan asked how many staff will be hired. Mr. Durand stated there will be approximately 8-11 staff on site. Commissioner MacMillan asked what the car wash hours will be. Mr. Durand stated they are thinking about 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m., with different hours on the weekends. Commissioner MacMillan asked whether this will be similar to Tommy’s Car Wash in New Hope. Mr. Durand stated Tommy’s is a very similar model. Commissioner MacMillan stated he is excited to have Mr. Durand and the car wash come aboard. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -11- DRAFT Commissioner Daniels stated she had asked a question about involving community members in the discussion, not because they are for or against an issue, but because it is appropriate for community voices to be at the center of all decisions. She added the problem may be the way the City tries to contact people. She noted many people do not read the newspaper or pay attention to mail. She stressed the importance of reaching out to the community in other ways to engage them and hear their voices. Commissioner Daniels stated she is excited for the car wash project to happen. Ms. Beekman stated she wholeheartedly agrees with Commissioner Daniels’ comments. She added, prior to the pandemic, she had asked the City Planner to schedule a Planning Commission Work Session on this issue, to have a discussion and begin making recommendations to the City Council regarding notification policy changes. She noted she agrees it is deficient, and there are many methods that can be utilized rather than just the statutory minimum. Ms. Beekman stated there will be an opportunity for a Work Session on this issue in the coming months, to add something to the Zoning Code or adopt a notification policy. She added she is glad that the Commission would like to have a conversation on this issue. Ms. McIntosh added that she was able to have an initial discussion with the former iteration of the Planning Commission and they generally wholeheartedly agreed that additional notifications and neighborhood meetings should be considered dependent on project type, scale, etc. Commissioner Hmong stated she is excited too, and she thinks Brooklyn Center needs a car wash. She asked how much an individual car wash will cost, and whether the car wash needs to be that big. She asked whether there is another way to reclaim and recycle the water rather than using the Met Council’s facility in St. Paul. She expressed concern that the car wash will be so close to Shingle Creek, and she does not want any water to go into the Creek. She noted Ms. McIntosh explained to her that the water will not go into the Creek. Mr. Durand stated pricing will be in a range between $8-18, depending upon the service. He added prices have not been finalized yet. He noted an unlimited monthly plan will also be available for frequent users. Mr. Durand stated, with regard to an on-site reclamation system, it is uncommon for businesses in Minnesota to have a reclaimed water system as there is an abundance of water and businesses use water credits from the Met Council. He added on-site reclaim systems have a bad, almost sulpheric odor and are not the type of experience they want for their customers. Typically, for systems that used reclaimed water, that water is only used on the underside of the car. Commissioner Goyah stated he too is excited that there will be a car wash in Brooklyn Center. He added right now he goes to car wash in Brooklyn Park. He asked whether there will be enough space on the site to prevent overflow of cars into other areas. He asked whether it is common practice for the applicant to be required to contact Minnesota Pollution Control directly, and why the City does not do that. He asked why Sears refused to let Mr. Gatlin put a car wash near their site. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -12- DRAFT Mr. Gatlin stated, with regard to the last question, Lot T near the Sears building is an odd-shaped lot with a difficult building envelope. He added approval was needed from Sears and they denied the use as it could cause issues when they sell their property. Mr. Durand stated, with regard to overflow traffic, the car wash and vacuum will be very quick with a fast turnaround, due to improved quality and systems technology. Commissioner Hmong stated, with regard to the water reclaim system she has suggested, it is important to review the car wash’s environmental impacts and find other solutions. She added she does not feel comfortable as there is a lot of pollution and she does not want to ship any of the water away to be cleaned at the treatment plant. She noted there is an abundance of water in Minnesota, but it is important to keep it that way. She noted there may be a better car wash system. Mr. Durand stated all the chemicals that will be used on site are environmentally friendly and are produced by a company called Glenco. He reiterated that on-site reclamation systems are extremely uncommon in Minnesota due to local sewer access credit policies. He noted businesses are assigned credits for the water they use, and if they need excess credits, then they have to look for other solutions. Commissioner Jones asked how large the debris is that is captured onsite after the gray water is sent on to be cleaned via the treatment plant. Mr. Durand stated the entire pit under the car wash is pumped and dredged on a cyclical basis, and all excess dirt, sand grit, and other particulate is removed. Commissioner Jones asked what Mr. Durand’s role is with Holiday Station Stores and how much experience he has in that type of operation. Mr. Durand stated his family has been in the business for over 30 years, and he recently took over the family business after his father had a health scare. He added he worked for Johnson & Johnson and 3M before getting involved in the family business, as President of five locations, a few months ago. Ms. Beekman stated, with regard to Commissioner Goyah’s question regarding the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, applicants are often required to obtain approvals from government agencies. She added permitting is generally withheld until documentation and any necessary approvals are received by City Staff. Any anticipated permits are often documented as a condition of any approval. Commissioner Koenig asked how many vacuums the applicant is planning to have. Mr. Durand stated there will be 17 vacuums that will be dual-sided to speed up the process. Chair Omari stated he is grateful that his first meeting with the Commission contained a great detail of discussion on the proposed car wash as part of the now approved amendment to the Shingle Creek Crossing PUD. He added he went to Tommy’s to look at the car wash there and visited another car wash in Fridley. He noted he went to Site E and walked along the area of Shingle Creek and over towards the golf course. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -13- DRAFT Chair Omari stated this will be a permanent structure that will be built. He added excess water should not run into the creek, which runs right next to where the car wash will be. He noted there is a chance that water from the car wash will find its way into the creek. Chair Omari asked whether an independent environmental study has been done to review the long-term effects of the car wash on Shingle Creek. He added he loves the car wash idea, but this type of study will be helpful in the long term. Mr. Durand stated every vehicle that comes out of the car wash will be clean. He added there is a rinse cycle and a dryer cycle, and there will be no chemicals on the cars that exit the car wash. He noted there is a small drip factor, as with every car wash, but the underbody will be flushed with clean, fresh water and there will be drainage systems around the site. Chair Omari asked whether an environmental study will be completed. Mr. Durand stated they have not conducted an environmental study. He asked whether Chair Omari is worried about water inside the car wash building or water on the car when it leaves the tunnel. Chair Omari stated he is concerned about the general area. Mr. Gatlin’s staff engineer stated cars coming out of the car wash will be clean on the underside, and chemicals will end up in the sanitary system, and not in Shingle Creek. He added the dry water treatment behind Walmart is specifically designed to filtrate contaminates and particulates. He noted it is a Code requirement to provide treatment to ensure that water quality in protected areas remains clean for years to come. The staff engineer stated Gatlin Development has worked since the beginning of the Shingle Creek development to ensure that the creek is environmentally enhanced and protected. He added Gatlin Development has partnered with the City in these efforts. He noted the partnership with the city from an environmental perspective for the past 10 years ensures that all efforts will be made to preserve Shingle Creek. Ms. McIntosh stated as a general note that all commercial development sites in Brooklyn Center are developed with standard B612 curb and gutter to provide an additional barrier and efficient stormwater mitigation. She added there would never be a situation where run-off from the car wash parking lot would run straight into the grass and then into Shingle Creek. Commissioner Hmong asked whether the barrier can be made higher than standard. Ms. McIntosh stated, if Commissioner Hmong is talking about the City’s curb and gutter, B612 is a standard size and form that is used for the entire City. Ms. Beekman stated the Assistant City Engineer and City Engineer have reviewed the applicant’s plans, independently from the engineer who prepared them for the applicant. She added the Assistant City Engineer has provided a memo with items to be addressed, which is also submitted to the Shingle Creek Stormwater Commission, and the City Engineer sits on that Commission. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -14- DRAFT Commissioner Hmong expressed concern that the Commissioners did not have enough time to review the City Engineer’s report. Chair Omari stated, for the record, there is a comment for Matt Durand that a Shingle Creek clean-up could be organized. Mr. Gilchrist stated the clean-up can be added as part of the hearing record but not added as a Condition of Approval. Ms. McIntosh stated the City has an annual Shingle Creek clean-up event that is held in April. Commissioner Jones asked whether she could get information about the different classes of building materials, as mentioned earlier. Ms. McIntosh stated she can forward that information to the Commissioners. Chair Omari requested an update on the City Council’s discussion related to the car wash use. Ms. McIntosh stated the City Council reviewed a request to amend restrictions to Site E to remove a restaurant use restriction. She added the City Council voted 3-1 to proceed with the amendments, with Mayor Elliott voting against the amendments. She noted she included an excerpt from the draft meeting minutes under Exhibit C in the meeting packet. ACTION TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. 2020-004 REGARDING THE RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION OF PLANNING COMMISSION APPLICATION NO. 2020-006 There was a motion by Commissioner MacMillan, seconded by Commissioner Koenig, to approve Planning Commission RESOLUTION NO. 2020-004 regarding the recommended disposition of Planning Commission Application No. 2020-006 for site and building plan approval and issuance of a Special Use Permit that would allow for the development of an approximately 3,667-square foot standalone car wash and associated site improvements on Building Site E in the Shingle Creek Crossing retail center. Voting in favor: Chair Omari and Commissioners Daniels, Goyah, Koenig, MacMillan, and Jones. And the following voted against the same: Commissioner Hmong. The motion passed 6-1. Ms. McIntosh stated this application will be reviewed by the City Council at their July 27, 2020 meeting. Mr. Gatlin thanked the Planning Commission for their support and all their questions. He added he pledges that this building will be built to the same standards as all the buildings in Shingle Creek Crossing. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -15- DRAFT Mr. Durand thanked the Planning Commission and City Staff. He added he is excited to bring a fantastic car wash to Brooklyn Center, a City he loves, and he vowed not to let the Planning Commission down. 9b) Planning Commission Application No. 2020-004 (Public Hearing) Applicant: C Alan Homes Property Address: 6000 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard (6025, 6031, 6037 and 6045 Brooklyn Boulevard) Summary: The Applicant is requesting review and consideration of requests that would allow for four EDA-owned lots to be developed into seven (7) triplexes and associated improvements. This request requires the establishment of a Planned Unit Development (PUD), site and building plan, and preliminary and final plat approvals. Ms. McIntosh stated a vote is required to continue Agenda Items 9b and 9c. Mr. Gilchrist stated City Staff recommends that these two items be continued to the next Planning Commission meeting, and a motion is required so all notices will carry forward. Commissioner Koenig stated Commissioners have expressed a desire for notification for residents to go out further and broader. He asked whether this should be discussed, and whether more residents should be included in an additional public notice. Chair Omari agreed, adding it might be appropriate to reach more people in the community using other means like Facebook and Twitter. Commissioner Koenig stated the C Alan Homes development is a big deal and could be a turning point in Brooklyn Center in terms of what types of development are desired to enhance the City, both aesthetically and in terms of affordability. He added he would support getting lots of public input. Commissioner Daniels agreed, adding it might be possible to use this project to test the waters and increase community engagement through new models. She added there is discussion at the City Level about the Zoning Code. She noted there may be other ways to reach residents and increase community engagement. Commissioner Koenig asked whether notices could be resent, even though this item will be continued. Ms. Beekman stated the City is operating under a 60-day rule as these properties are owned by the Economic Development Authority and the timeline has started. She added City Staff have encouraged the applicant to meet with neighbors and residents near the site, and she believes they have been doing that. PC Minutes 07-09-20 -16- DRAFT Commissioner Daniels asked whether there is anything preventing Commissioners from engaging with the community within the area of the project. Chair Omari called for a vote to motion. Mr. Gilchrist state he made a comment in his training session at the Commission’s last meeting that the Planning Commission serve in a quasi-judicial process and must remain neutral. He added, in his experience, if a Commissioner would like to talk to neighbors on a fact-finding basis and remain neutral, and not express an opinion about a planning case, that would be acceptable. There was a motion by Commissioner Koenig, seconded by Commissioner Daniels, to continue Agenda Item 9b (Planning Application No. 2020-004) and Agenda Item 9c (Planning Application No. 2020-005) to the August 13, 2020 Planning Commission Meeting. The motion passed unanimously. 9c) Planning Commission Application No. 2020-005 (Public Hearing) Applicant: C-Alan Homes Property Address: 6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard (6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939 Brooklyn Boulevard) Summary: The Applicant is requesting review and consideration of requests that would allow for four EDA-owned lots to be developed into six (6) triplexes and associated improvements. This request requires the establishment of a Planned Unit Development (PUD), site and building plan, and preliminary and final plat approvals. This Agenda Item was continued to the Planning Commission’s August 13, 2020 meeting, under Agenda Item 9b. 10. DISCUSSION ITEMS There were no Discussion Items. 11. OTHER BUSINESS Chair Omari asked whether City Staff will send out another notice for the applications that were tabled. Ms. Beekman stated the direction City Staff has received from the Planning Commission is that public notice should be expanded, and additional engagement considered regarding these applications. She added a direct mailing can be completed to property owners as well as occupants of the properties in the vicinity, and the mailing area can be expanded. She noted the City’s Marketing & Communications staff can review the notice to ensure that it is clear and PC Minutes 07-09-20 -17- DRAFT easy to read. She noted a post can be added to Facebook and distributed to administrators of local community groups. Ms. McIntosh stated, for the record, Commissioner MacMillan texted her that he would like to vote in support of tabling Agenda Items 9b and 9c related to C-Alan Homes. 12. ADJOURNMENT There was a motion by Commissioner Koenig, seconded by Commissioner Jones, to adjourn the Planning Commission meeting. The motion passed unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 10:00 p.m. _______________________________ _______________________________ Ginny McIntosh, Secretary Peter Omari, Chair App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 1 Planning Commission Report Meeting Date: August 13, 2020 Application No. 2020-004 Applicant: C Alan Homes Location: 6000 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard (6025, 6031, 6037, and 6045 Brooklyn Boulevard) Requests: (1) Preliminary and Final Plat, (2) Site and Building Plan, (3) Establishment of a Planned Unit Development for the development of seven triplexes and related site improvements REQUESTED ACTION C Alan Homes (“The Applicant”) is requesting approval of a preliminary and final plat, site and building plan, and establishment of a Planned Unit Development for a series of properties located within the 6000 block of Brooklyn Boulevard, south of the Sanctuary at Brooklyn Center and 61st Avenue North, and west of Brooklyn Boulevard (Exhibit A). These properties are all currently owned by the Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center and encompass the following addresses: 6025, 6031, 6037, and 6045 Brooklyn Boulevard. Due to the nature of the requests, including the establishment of a Planned Unit Development and preliminary and final plat approvals, a public hearing is required. A public notice was published in the Brooklyn Center Sun Post on June 25th, 2020 (Exhibit B). Following City staff concerns regarding adjustments to the submitted site plan to account for additional easements required for the Phase II Brooklyn Boulevard reconstruction and modernization project, scheduled to begin in 2021, and questions surrounding driveway access off Brooklyn Boulevard from Hennepin County, City staff requested an extension to the application review period as granted under Minnesota Statutes Section 15.99, Subd. 3 (f)—refer to Exhibit C. This request was intended to provide additional time for the Applicant to address the aforementioned items. Due to the continuance of the public hearing, City staff mailed updated public notices out to residents and/or taxpayers and incorporated a one page informational flyer on the project in the mailing. City staff also requested Public Works install a “Development Proposal Under Review” sign on site which provides a contact number for any questions regarding the proposal. Since the requested extension, the Applicant has revised the site plan to reflect the necessary easements along Brooklyn Boulevard and the City was provided with a recommendation from Hennepin County regarding driveway access off Brooklyn Boulevard, which is detailed in this report. BACKGROUND Developer The City was approached by Terry Robertson and Curt Brekke with C Alan Homes, a local builder and remodeling company specializing in high-end single family homes, in the spring of 2020. Mr. Robertson and Mr. Brekke are interested in diversifying the focus of C Alan Homes and are seeking to develop two • Application Filed: 6/15/2020 • Review Period (60-day) Deadline: 8/14/2020 • Extension Declared: 7/7/2020 • Extended Review Period Deadline: 10/13/2020 App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 2 sets of EDA-owned sites along Brooklyn Boulevard with a series of triplexes that would be available for rent. Each triplex would consist of three, three bedroom units. The anticipated rents would likely range between $1,850 and $2,200 per month, and the Applicant has committed to providing 20% of the units as set aside for Section 8 voucher holders. Due to the Applicant’s background in high-end single family home construction, the Applicant has indicated that each building would have the look and feel of a large, high quality single family home, with a combination of individual and shared on-site amenities. Conformance with City Policies and Property Background The EDA has been acquiring single family and undersized parcels along Brooklyn Boulevard for many years as part of a larger strategy to improve safety by reducing and consolidating access points, and assembling land for redevelopment into higher density land uses. The 2040 Comprehensive Plan created an overlay district along the corridor and re-guided most of the future land uses to “Neighborhood Mixed Use” or “NMU;” allowing medium density residential and/or neighborhood-serving commercial uses. As transportation and land use patterns along the Brooklyn Boulevard corridor have changed, the EDA has strategically acquired property for redevelopment. With Phase II of the Brooklyn Boulevard reconstruction and modernization project scheduled to begin in 2021, land use patterns will be affected as access points are consolidated and the roadway altered to allow for a more walkable, neighborhood- oriented development pattern. As a result of the roadway reconstruction plans, as well as the re-guiding of most of the future land uses along the corridor, the City’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan Implementation Chapter included a plan for a comprehensive land use study of the Brooklyn Center corridor, which is currently underway. The intended outcome of the land use study will result in the creation of a regulatory framework for development along the corridor as well as design guidelines to help facilitate the creation of a more walkable, neighborhood-oriented development pattern along Brooklyn Boulevard. The Brooklyn Boulevard land use study will include a health impact assessment as well as a market analysis of the area in terms of feasible land uses. One of the goals of the study is to look at EDA-owned sites, and particularly those that are only as deep as a single-family lot, to determine how they could be redeveloped in ways that puts them back into productive use without negatively impacting surrounding neighborhoods. The recently completed market analysis found that a mid-density residential product, such as row- homes or townhomes, or a low density office condo product, would be suitable along the corridor between controlled intersections given the access constraints that will exist after the roadway is reconstructed. The market analysis further indicated that higher intensity commercial/retail uses would be more suitable focused around signalized intersections where access is better. The market analysis also found the current market would likely not bear new low and mid-rise multi-family housing development without subsidy given low market rents. The findings of the market analysis are not unique to Brooklyn Center. The cost of construction, combined with the challenge of putting together financing for projects, make it difficult to complete multi-family developments without some form of gap financing or subsidy. As a result, the vast majority of multi-family housing that is built is either market rate and in locations that can achieve the highest rents, or alternatively, affordable housing, financed through federal sources and maintained at rents affordable to those making 50-60% area median income. Very little housing is constructed that is App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 3 considered affordable to those mid-income earners making between 80-120% area median incomes. So little, in fact, that in cities across the nation this type of housing is called “the missing middle”. The land use study found that the vacancy rate for apartments along Brooklyn Boulevard is 1.3%, with lower than average market rents. The study notes that there is an opportunity to add newer inventory of all unit types, including market-rate, workforce, affordable, and senior housing. With current rental rates in Brooklyn Center low compared to the rest of the market, increasing construction costs, and higher capitalization rates (which help indicate an anticipated “rate of return” on investments and overall risk), lower density multi-family developments, such as triplexes, duplexes, and perhaps townhouses, are outlined in the market analysis as a potentially more feasible option. The EDA currently owns four properties located at the southwest corner of 61st Avenue North and Brooklyn Boulevard, which total approximately 1.65 acres. These properties, in addition to a series of four properties on the west side of the 6900 block of Brooklyn Boulevard (0.98 acres), are both under consideration for the development of triplexes by C Alan Homes, and are identified under Planning Commission Application Nos. 2020-004 (6000 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard) and 2020-005 (6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard). Although these development proposals are for the same type of product and the same application requests, a separate staff report has been prepared for each of the sites. On May 11, 2020, C Alan Homes' concept plan for the 6000 and 6900 blocks of Brooklyn Boulevard, as contemplated under Planning Commission Application Nos. 2020-004 and 2020-005, was presented to the City Council for Concept Review. The proposal was to develop two separate sites along Brooklyn Boulevard into a combined 13 triplex buildings (39 total dwelling units). The proposal addressed the re- platting of eight (8) EDA-owned lots into two separate development sites to allow for said redevelopment. On June 22, 2020, City Council approved a Preliminary Development Agreement with C Alan Homes, LLC for the two sets of EDA-owned properties. The purpose of this agreement was to allow the Applicant time to review the property, obtain financing, and negotiate with the EDA of Brooklyn Center on an agreement for the purchase of the Subject Property and property to the north (6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard). This Agreement is set to expire on December 31, 2020 but also allows the time necessary to work through the land use approvals contemplated under this application. Should the Applicant receive approval for the proposed use, the EDA would need to negotiate a purchase agreement for the Subject Property, which would require a separate public hearing and approval from the EDA. Site Data 2040 Land Use Plan: Neighborhood Mixed Use (N-MU @ 15.01-31 DU/Ac.), High Density Residential (HDR @ 15.01-31 DU/Ac.), and Low Density Residential (LDR @ 3.01-5 DU/Ac.) Neighborhood: Kylawn Current Zoning: C1 (Service/Office), R5 (Multiple Family Residence), and R1 (One Family Residence) Districts Site Area: 1.65 acres App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 4 Surrounding Area Direction 2040 Land Use Plan Zoning Existing Land Use North Low Density Residential (LDR) C1 (Service/Office) District Vacant (EDA-owned) South Low-Density Residential R-1 (One Family Residence) SF Detached East Right-of-Way Right-of-Way (ROW) Brooklyn Boulevard West Low-Density Residential R-1 (One Family Residence) SF Detached Note: The Subject Property is located within the identified Brooklyn Boulevard Overlay District under the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. Map 1. Subject Property COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The Subject Property is currently comprised of four properties with three different future land use designations: Neighborhood Mixed Use, High Density Residential, and Low Density Residential. As proposed, the Subject Property would be located within the identified Brooklyn Boulevard Overlay District, which is a 1,200 foot wide corridor. The 2040 Plan stresses the creation of a walkable, transit connected, experience-based place that brings the City forward and offers new opportunities to existing and future residents. “The idea that the community will thrive with a more integrated land use pattern is fully accepted, and promoted through this Plan. The areas that are planned for this type of change are guided within this Plan for Neighborhood Mixed-Use, Commercial Mixed-Use, Business Mixed-Use and/or are designated in the Brooklyn Boulevard Overlay District.” App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 5 The 2040 Comprehensive Plan also identifies the following Housing and Neighborhood Goals: • Promote a diverse housing stock that provides safe, stable, and accessible housing options to all of Brooklyn Center’s residents. • Recognize and identify ways to match Brooklyn Center’s housing with the City’s changing demographics. Approximately 37% of the City’s housing stock is comprised of rental housing, the vast majority as multi- family units. The majority of multi-family units in the City were constructed prior to 1979, with the bulk of units having been constructed between 1966 and 1969, making the majority of multi-family inventory between 51 to 54 years in age. With the exception of the two Real Estate Equities projects currently under construction at Northway Drive and County Road 10, there has been no new construction of multi-family units since the 1970s. With the exception of three rental townhome developments, all of the City’s multi-family rental housing is comprised of one and two-bedroom units. As a result of this highly homogenous housing stock, the cost of housing in Brooklyn Center fits within a relatively narrow affordability band. One of the goals of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan is to provide a more diverse range of housing options and price points, which makes for a more economically resilient community. As part of the community engagement process for the 2040 Comprehensive Plan residents expressed a need for larger rental units. More diverse housing options would allow families to stay in Brooklyn Center if they chose as their housing needs change. In fact, the City sees a drop in population relative to Hennepin County in residents aged 45 to 65. This is due to residents moving out to find alternative housing options as their families grow. The proposed project would provide a housing type that would fulfill a segment of this current housing gap in the community. Since 2010, the number of households with children in both single-parent and married couple households has grown significantly, and the percentage of Brooklyn Center households with children is approaching 40 percent, which is well above the rate in Hennepin County and the metro area. Unlike the surrounding region, the median age of Brooklyn Center residents is younger, at 32.8 years old. This is largely due to a significant increase in residents aged 25 to 34, who oftentimes are starting families and having children. The Metropolitan Council projects that the City of Brooklyn Center will add nearly 2,000 new households to the community between 2020 and 2040. Given that the City is mostly built out, it is expected that a substantial portion of future housing would be provided in the form of multi-family units. Residents also communicated a desire to have housing options that were closer to supportive retail, commercial, and services so that they could walk, bike, or easily use transit to meet their needs. REQUESTS The nature of the Applicant’s requests would require approval of a preliminary and final plat to accommodate the anticipated site improvements and triplex buildings, the establishment of a Planned Unit Development to offer certain flexibility for the intended use and alignment with the recently adopted 2040 Comprehensive Plan, and approval of a site and building plan, as all properties above an R2 (One and Two Family Residence) District use require one. PRELIMINARY AND FINAL PLAT The proposed preliminary and final plat for what would be known as ROBERTSON AND BREKKE’S BROOKLYN BOULEVARD FIRST ADDITION would subdivide four (4) existing Economic Development Authority (EDA) of Brooklyn Center lots into seven (7) new parcels and an outlot to accommodate the App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 6 seven (7) proposed triplexes at the Subject Property located south of 61st Avenue North and west of Brooklyn Boulevard. City staff is requesting that the plat be updated to absorb the proposed south outlot into lot #7. As all the new lots will contain segments of drive aisle and on-site parking, the Applicant should be consistent in combining lot #7 and the south outlot. This will also provide clarity in terms of maintenance should the Applicant ever sell the Subject Property. Per comments #44 through #48 provided in the memorandum by Assistant City Engineer Andrew Hogg and dated August 4, 2020 (Exhibit D), the Applicant will need to address edits necessary to reflect vacated easements, proposed easements, existing and proposed utilities, and all associated easement documents for City review. A 10 foot drainage and utility easement is required for dedication around the entire perimeter of the Subject Property. An additional utility easement shall be dedicated on the plat to allow for any future maintenance of private water mains and sanitary sewer per Development Agreement requirements. The Applicant will need to submit legal descriptions and easement vacations for all existing easements and certain vacations of existing public easements, as determined by the City. The Applicant shall also provide and maintain a current abstract of title for City Attorney review. Following a review of the submitted final plat, the title block shall be updated to reflect “Brooklyn Center, Minnesota,” and “City Council of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.” The submitted plat currently displays “Bloomington” in the text. The title block should also contain an attest section for the City Clerk. Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested approval of a preliminary and final plat for ROBERTSON AND BREKKE’S BROOKLYN BOULEVARD FIRST ADDITION for the Subject Property located on what is currently known as 6025, 6031, 6037, and 6045 Brooklyn Boulevard, subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval as noted below, and the related requests for the approval of a site and building plan and establishment of a Planned Unit Development. PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT The Subject Property is currently zoned a mix of C1 (Service/Office), R5 (Multiple Family Residence) and R1 (One Family Residence) Districts. The Applicant is requesting the property be re-zoned to a Planned Unit Development (PUD) to accommodate the intended site improvements and housing product, which would offer three (3) dwelling units in each of the seven (7) proposed triplex buildings. PUDs grant flexibility within the Zoning Code to allow for developments which would not be allowed under the existing regulations. PUDs are often used to achieve a higher quality development, or achieve other City goals, in exchange for granting zoning flexibility from the City Code. Section 35-355 (Planned Unit Development) of the City Zoning Code notes that upon the rezoning for a PUD, the district shall be designated by the letters “PUD” followed by the alphanumeric designation of the underlying zoning district, which may be either the prior zoning classification or a new classification. Given that the major update to the City Zoning Code is currently underway and changes to districts are anticipated in order to align with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the request would be to re-zone following guidance from the 2040 Comprehensive Plan future land use designations for the Subject Property. App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 7 PUDs may only contain uses consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan and the uniqueness of each PUD requires that specifications and standards for streets, utilities, public facilities, and the approval of a land subdivision may be subject to modifications from the City ordinances generally governing them— essentially the City Council may approve plans that are not in compliance with the usual specifications or ordinance requirements where it is found that such are not required in the interests of residents or the City, although plans shall comply with all watershed, state, and federal storm water, erosion control, and wetlands requirements. Therefore, the proposed rezoning would be to PUD-NMU (Neighborhood Mixed Use). “Neighborhood Mixed Use” is a new future land use designation that guides surrounding key neighborhood intersections for a mix of residential, retail, and commercial/office uses. This designation plans for the redevelopment of existing uses and assumes that a minimum of 50% of the land within this designation would be used for residential purposes, at densities between 15.01 to 31 dwelling units per acre, and the remaining areas under this land use designation would be developed with neighborhood scale retail, service, and commercial uses. The designation allows for mixed uses on each parcel, but does not require it. The Subject Property is currently comprised of three different future land use designations (refer to Map 2 below), but the Applicant is requesting a re-plat of said properties to accommodate the requested triplex development. As such, City staff reviewed the density ranges allowed within each of the three (3) future land use designations: Neighborhood Mixed Use (15.01-31 DU/Acre), High Density Residential (15.01-31 DU/Acre), and Low Density Residential (LDR @ 3.01-5 DU/Acre). With 1.1 acres of the total Subject Property designated at 15.01-31 DU/Acre, there could be between 17 to 34 units on-site. The remaining 0.55 acres (3.01-5 DU/Acre) could support between 2 and 3 dwelling units for a range of 19 to 37 units on the entire Subject Property. As submitted, the proposal calls for the construction of 21 total units on the Subject Property, which falls within the lower end of the range noted above. Map 2. Future Land Use Designations (2040 Comprehensive Plan) App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 8 The front setbacks requested under the application are generally less than what is allowed by Code for residential properties along a major thoroughfare (50 feet), which would severely limit development of the Subject Property, and the proposed front porches would therefore encroach closer to the property lines than is typically permitted. However, the proposed setbacks align with the guidance of the Comprehensive Plan to bring buildings closer to the corridor, provide parking in the rear, and create a more walkable, pedestrian friendly environment. A typical residential property not located on a major thoroughfare, be it single family or multi-family, requires a 35 foot front yard setback. The proposal also requests a higher percentage of three (3) bedroom units than is typically called for in the Zoning Code (no more than 10-percent); however, there are instances of multi-family dwelling units providing three (3) bedroom rental products at select multi-family properties in the City, such as Georgetown, Emerson Chalet, and Victoria Townhomes. The PUD proposal is consistent with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan in that it would align with the City’s strategic goal of Targeted Redevelopment by providing a type of mid-market housing that would fill a need in the community for larger unit rental dwelling units. The type of product proposed within this development would feature three (3) bedroom units with an estimated rent of between $1,850 to $2,200 per month, although these numbers have yet to be finalized. The Applicant is not requesting any municipal subsidy at this time, and has indicated plans to set aside 20% of the total units for Section 8 Voucher holders. The anticipated rents are considered affordable to those making 70-80% Area Median Income (AMI). As approval of any development plan for the Subject Property shall constitute a rezoning to PUD, approvals to establish a PUD require the City Council to base its actions on the rezoning under the following criteria: 1. Compatibility of the plan with the standards, purposes, and intent of this section (Section 35- 355); 2. Consistency of the plan with the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan; 3. The impact of the plan on the neighborhood in which it is to be located; and 4. The adequacy of internal site organization, uses, densities, circulation, parking facilities, public facilities, recreational areas, open spaces, and buffering and landscaping. Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested establishment of a Planned Unit Development to allow for the re-zoning of the Subject Property, located on what is currently known as 6025, 6031, 6037, and 6045 Brooklyn Boulevard, to be re-zoned to PUD-NMU (Planned Unit Development-Neighborhood Mixed Use) District, subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval as noted below, and the receiving approvals for the related preliminary and final plat and site and building plans. SITE AND BUILDING PLAN The Applicant submitted plans for review as part of their proposal, along with a stormwater management plan, landscape plan, architectural renderings, and civil set containing utility, grading, drainage, and site plans. City staff reviewed the plans that were submitted and have provided comments for this report below: Site Design The proposed south site, located within the 6000 block of Brooklyn Boulevard, just south of the App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 9 Sanctuary of Brooklyn Center and 61st Avenue North, and west of Brooklyn Boulevard, proposes construction of seven (7) triplexes on approximately 1.65 acres. Each unit would contain a garden (or basement unit), a ground (main) level unit, and an upper level unit. As proposed, each triplex building would be approximately 3,885 feet in size, and provide approximately 1,295 square feet of living space per unit. Setbacks All setbacks in the proposal are measured from the right-of-way (ROW), which will be altered as part of the Phase II Brooklyn Boulevard Project scheduled to begin in 2021. The Applicant worked with City consultant SRF to obtain the revised County right-of-way specifications in advance of the Phase II construction, as they will impact the Subject Property. The chart below compares the current setback requirements with the requested standards for the proposed PUD. The underlying “Neighborhood Mixed Use” designation is a new designation that is not currently reflected in the Zoning Code; however, a major update to the Zoning Code is underway. In reviewing the typical setbacks for a medium density residential product (R3 and R4 Districts under current Zoning Code), City staff finds the following: Table 1. Setback Flexibility Requests Current Standard Requested Flexibility Front Yard Setback 50 feet (major thoroughfares) 35 feet (from front wall) Note: Minimum 25 foot setback assuming maximum 10 foot porch encroachment under Zoning Code 23-31 feet (from front wall) 17-25 feet (from covered porch) Interior Yard Setback 10 feet -- Corner Yard Setback 25 feet -- Rear Yard Setback 40 -- The requested range of front yard setbacks is due to the uniqueness of the Subject property, which staggers in overall lot depth along Brooklyn Boulevard. The north portion of the Subject Property is able to retain greater front yard setbacks due to the existing lots being deeper, as the lots were formerly home to an office building and small apartment complex. The south portion of the Subject Property becomes shallower as the lots were previously the sites of two single family homes. Between the anticipated construction start of the Phase II Brooklyn Boulevard reconstruction and modernization project, scheduled to begin in 2021, and the 2040 Comprehensive Plan goals and objectives, the intent has been to create a more walkable, transit connected, and experience-based place. Phase II of the Brooklyn Boulevard Project is intended to enhance bicycle and pedestrian travel by adding trail, improving sidewalks, transit stops, adding streetscaping and landscaping, and improving the overall functionality of intersections. As proposed, the existing sidewalk located along the eastern edge of the Subject Property would be converted from sidewalk to trail, which requires the acquisition of additional right-of-way. As the Subject Property is located within the Brooklyn Boulevard Corridor and given the overarching desire to connect properties to the aforementioned amenities, City staff is comfortable with the App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 10 proposed setbacks, particularly as the Brooklyn Boulevard project is requiring additional right-of-way to accommodate the trail that would run adjacent to the proposed triplexes. Furthermore, the positioning of the triplexes closer to the roadway and trail enhances the walkability for residents who might potentially reside in one of the triplexes. This is as opposed to creating a more car-oriented feel by positioning a parking lot in front of the building, thus requiring potential residents to navigate the parking lot before entering their homes. Further, it is anticipated that the future Neighborhood Mixed Use zoning district will encourage shorter front yard setbacks along Brooklyn Boulevard to maximize setbacks from adjacent single family homes to the rear and encourage more walkability. Architectural Materials At this time, the City references a set of architectural design guidelines based off the Shingle Creek Crossing PUD. To that end, the building materials referenced are typically intended for more commercial type projects (e.g. glazing, brick, stucco). Per the Applicant, the intent is to utilize James Hardie lap siding with aluminum soffits and fascia. The front stoops on each triplex would utilize cedar decking or similar and offer a concrete patio on the rear of each building. Each unit would be fitted with custom cabinetry with solid core doors and luxury vinyl tile flooring. The garden (basement) units would feature a large daylit window well running almost the entirety of the building width, while the main floor units would feature a front porch facing Brooklyn Boulevard. The Applicant also proposes to install a patio on the rear of each triplex building and provide grills. The Applicant has noted a desire to also offer community garden space on-site, and the proximity to neighboring Wangstad Park would offer residents with access to a playground, basketball court, and picnicking area. City staff indicated that the Applicant should strive to create a uniqueness about each building so as to create some vibrancy along the Boulevard through the use of differing roof pitches, siding colors, etc. The Applicant indicated that this was their intent. Image 1. Renderings of Proposed Triplex Buildings App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 11 Image 2. Example Main (1st) Floor Unit Access and Parking The Applicant proposes to install a driveway access off 61st Avenue North. Said access would run south along the western edge of the Subject Property before heading to a secondary right exit-only drive off Brooklyn Boulevard. As the driveway and parking will cross through all seven (7) new lots, the Applicant App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 12 will need to have cross access agreements in place. As proposed, the drive aisle would be 24 feet wide, which is the minimum required for two-way traffic and 90-degree parking. The Applicant notes 18 foot deep parking spaces, which is the minimum required, but will need to ensure each parking space is a minimum of 8.66 feet in width or the 9 foot typical width. Assuming a total of 21 dwelling units, the Applicant would need to provide a minimum of two (2) spaces per dwelling unit, or 42 on-site parking spaces. The Applicant initially provided for the minimum required on-site parking, but upon revising the site plan to incorporate trash enclosures the parking fell below minimum requirements. City staff is requesting the Applicant relocate the south trash enclosure to the west grassy median located at the rear of the southernmost triplex building. By relocating the trash enclosure, the Applicant will be able to recoup some parking spaces, and address City Code requirements that trash enclosures be located behind the front yard setbacks. The Applicant may also be able to achieve additional parking by removing a median or two in the rear parking area. Per Assistant City Engineer Andrew Hogg, the recommendation is to relocate any medians so as to align with the proposed individual lot lines. Refer to Image 3. Image 3. Submitted Site Plan for 6000 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 13 The Applicant will need to install sidewalk along the parking areas to allow for access to the sidewalks leading to each respective triplex building. This will require the proposed landscaping to be shifted elsewhere on the site (e.g. between buildings) and the landscape plan updated. City staff participated in a series of conversations with Hennepin County regarding the proposed drive access off Brooklyn Boulevard, as the long term goals of Brooklyn Boulevard have included the limiting of access and consolidation of driveway curb cuts, which is a County road. As part of the EDA acquisition of these properties, existing curb cuts were taken off line. The request from the Applicant is to install an access off 61st Avenue North and another access off Brooklyn Boulevard. The County has indicated that a right only exit, rather than a full access onto Brooklyn Boulevard would be acceptable. By providing a right out only exit, garbage trucks and any potential emergency vehicles would be able to navigate the site without having to attempt a turnaround. Additionally, the right out only aligns with both City and County desires to limit turns on Brooklyn Boulevard. Both City and County staff indicated the preference of a raised concrete median, similar to a “porkchop” to guide motorists into the right out only exit onto Brooklyn Boulevard and requested signage be installed. The County noted that the preference would be to locate the proposed right out only further to the north (between 6031 and 6037 Brooklyn Boulevard); however, this alteration would have substantial impacts to the usability of the site as currently proposed (i.e. seven triplexes and all associated site improvements). Pending any approval of the application, the Applicant and City will need to work with the County to address the access needs. The Subject Property is located in proximity to an existing bus stop located at the northeast corner of the site, at 61st Avenue North and Brooklyn Boulevard. Said transit stop serves local bus route 723, which offers direct connections to the Brooklyn Center Transit Center, North Hennepin Community College, and Starlite Transit Center in Brooklyn Park. Trash, Screening, and Lighting As mentioned above, City staff is requesting that the south trash enclosure be pulled back from in front of the building line of the southernmost triplex building and relocated west, towards the grassy median at the junction of the driveway aisle. Said trash enclosure shall be fully screened per City Code requirements with opaque front doors. Refer to Image 4 below. Image 4. Current Location of South Trash Enclosure. App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 14 Given the higher intensity residential use on the Subject Property in relation to the adjacent single family homes located to the west and south, the Applicant will be required to install a buffer. The Applicant has indicated installation of a fence along the west and south portions of the Subject Property on their submitted site plan. Due to buffering provisions found in Section 35-410, which addresses the special requirements of medium and higher density multi-family residential districts (R3, R4, R5, R6, and R7 Districts), City staff is requesting installation of a minimum 6-foot opaque fence that is in harmony with the surrounding residential neighborhood and provides sufficient screening of the triplexes and specifically drive aisles and parking, from the adjacent single family homes. A photometric/lighting plan was not provided as part of the submittal. Per the Zoning Code, “all exterior lighting shall be provided with lenses, reflectors, or shades so as to concentrate illumination on the property of the owner or operator of said illumination devices.” Additionally, glare shall not emanate from or be visible beyond the boundaries of the illuminated premises. Section 35-712 (Lighting) of the City Zoning Code further specifies that lighting shall not exceed ten (10) foot candles when measured at the property lines abutting the street right-of-way or non-residentially zoned properties or three (3) foot candles for residentially zoned properties. Given the presence of single family homes along the west and south property lines, the Applicant should be cognizant to provide sufficient lighting for residents navigating the parking lot at night or accessing the trash enclosures. This might perhaps be achieved through pedestrian level lighting that can provide sufficient illumination for residents to navigate to their respective homes. Additionally, lighting should be provided for each exterior door. The Applicant may also want to work with the City to determine anticipated improvements, including lighting upgrades and plantings, along Brooklyn Boulevard. Landscaping The project submittal includes a detailed landscape plan, which illustrates the proposed planting schedule (i.e., trees, shrubs, annuals/perennials, mature size, planting size, root conditions). Although City Code does not have any specific requirements on plant species, the City has operated under and held new and redeveloped areas to complying with the City’s adopted Landscape Point System policy, which assigns points to a given site based on the acreage of a development. The point system requires Multi-Family Residential sites to provide a specific amount or number of landscaping units, and is based on the maximum percentage of certain materials (i.e., 50% shade trees; 40% coniferous trees; 35% decorative trees; and 25% shrubs). Table 2. Landscaping Point System Policy Calculations for Subject Property Planting Type Minimum Size Points Per Planting Maximum Points (%) Points Accrued Shade Trees 2 ½” diameter 10 50% or 45 points (6 trees x 10 = 60) Coniferous Trees 5’ height 6 40% or 36 points (5 trees x 6 = 30) Decorative Trees 1” diameter 1.5 35% or 31.5 points (1 tree x 1.5 = 1.5) Shrubs 12” diameter 0.5 25% or 22.5 points (42 shrubs x 0.5 = 21) Total 100% (90 point min.) 97.5 points Assuming a Multi-Family Residential use, the Subject Property would need to provide a minimum of 90 points under the City’s Landscape Point System Policy. As provided, the Landscape Plan provides for 97.5 App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 15 points, which is above and beyond the minimum requirements. City staff reviewed the proposed showy mountain ash tree, which is a decorative (or ornamental) tree, and found that it is native to the northern North American climates and does not appear to be susceptible to the Emerald Ash Borer, as it is not a “true” ash tree. This tree may need to be relocated outside the designated sight triangle due to its corner location. Although not indicated on the submitted Landscape Plan and not counted in the Landscape Point System Policy, the Applicant should look for opportunities to plant perennial grasses or flowers along the triplex buildings, particularly near the front covered porches and in-between buildings for curb appeal. Furthermore, there may be opportunities for some plantings within the five (5) foot green strip between the fencing and drive aisles. If the south trash enclosure is relocated to the west grassy median, some proposed plantings (i.e. Cupressina Norway Spruce, Techny Arborvitae) may need to be relocated elsewhere on site and an updated landscape plan provided. The Applicant should ensure that any plantings located near the two driveways do not block visibility off 61st Avenue North and Brooklyn Boulevard. All green areas on the site will be sodded except in areas where viable turf exists and is totally undisturbed by construction. The burden will be on the developer to prove at the time of a site inspection that the groundcover has been properly maintained and restored. The Planting Notes on the submitted Landscape Plan indicate that any existing boulevard trees would be fenced off and protected during construction. As noted in the Irrigation Notes on the submitted Landscape Plan, the contractor would be responsible for providing an irrigation layout plan to the City pending submittal of any building permits for the proposed project. Safety and Security The Applicant should work with the Brooklyn Center Police Department to identify opportunities to provide sufficient security measures for each of the proposed triplexes. In the cases of multi-family residential properties, the Zoning Code outlines special requirements under Section 35-410 (Special Requirements in R3, R4, R5, R6, and R7 Districts). Such requirements include the installation of an approved security system to control access within each multiple family building, such as locked building entrances or foyer doors, and locked doors leading from hallways to individual units. Dead-latch type locks shall be provided with lever or door knobs on the inside of building entrance doors that can be locked from the inside and outside. Engineering Review Andrew Hogg, Assistant City Engineer, reviewed plans and provided a memorandum and a redlined set of plans, dated August 4th, 2020 (Exhibit D). All engineering comments must be addressed prior to the issuance of any permits for land disturbing activity. It should be noted that an as-built survey will be required upon project completion, and inspection for the private site improvements is to be performed by the Applicant’s design/project engineer with certification required upon project completion. The Applicant will need to work with the City and County to obtain and address any and all requirements and permitting prior to beginning work, including a cross access agreement, and Utility Facilities Easement Agreement. The final plat shall be recorded at the County prior to issuance of any permits. App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 16 Fire Inspection/Building Review Building Official Dan Grinsteinner and Fire Inspector Brandon Gautsch reviewed the submitted plans. Per Dan Grinsteinner’s memo, dated August 4, 2020 (Exhibit E), the Applicant will need to submit for a SAC (Sewer Accessibility Charge) determination to the Metropolitan Council. No building permits shall be issued until any SAC charges are determined and paid for upon release of building permits. In addition, a City SAC/WAC (Water Accessibility Charge) fee will be due. As the buildings are considered “Group R2,” the Applicant will need to provide for accessible units, and an accessible route shall be provided from any and all public transportation stops, accessible parking, accessible passenger loading zones, and public streets or sidewalks to any required accessible building entrances. Although each building is considered to be a “Group R2,” the buildings are not required to be sprinklered as they are under 4,500 square feet in size, so long as all Fire Code requirements relating to access are met. To that end, fire hydrants shall be provided in instances where they are not already in existence or in compliance with Fire Code. Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested site and building plan for the Subject Property located on what is currently known as 6025, 6031, 6037, and 6045 Brooklyn Boulevard, subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval as noted below, and the receiving of approvals for the related preliminary and final plat and establishment of a Planned Unit Development. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Staff recommends the following conditions be attached to any positive recommendation on the approval of Planning Commission Application No. 2020-004 for the Subject Property located within the 6000 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard and comprised of Anticipated Permitting 1. The Applicant shall apply for and receive a City Land Disturbance permit prior to commencing any grading or land clearance activities on the site. 2. The Applicant shall apply for and receive an NPDES permit from the MPCA. 3. The Applicant shall obtain any required permits from Hennepin County for work in the County right-of-way. 4. The Applicant shall meet all requirements of the Shingle Creek Watershed Commission, as specified by the City. 5. The Applicant shall apply for and receive all applicable City building permits prior to commencing construction of any work. 6. Other permits not listed may be required and is the responsibility of the developer to obtain and warrant. 7. Copies of all required permits must be provided to the City prior to issuance of applicable building and land disturbance permits. 8. A preconstruction conference must be scheduled and held with City staff and other entities designated by the City. Plat Review 9. Approval of the preliminary and final plats are contingent upon the addressing of comments by App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 17 Assistant City Engineer Hogg in his memorandum dated August 4, 2020, consolidation of the south outlot to proposed lot #7, and updating of the title block per City staff comments. 10. Final plat and mylar shall be subject to the provisions of Chapter 15 of the City Code of Ordinances (Platting). 11. Any comments and/or requirements as provided by Hennepin County. 12. Any comments and/or requirements from the City Attorney’s office, and specifically regarding an updated certified abstract of title. 13. The successful recording of said plat (mylar) with Hennepin County. PUD / Site Plan Review 14. Any significant changes or modifications made to this request can only be made by an amendment to the approved Planned Unit Development as approved by the City Council. 15. The Applicant shall enter into a Purchase Agreement with the Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center prior to the execution of the Final Plat. 16. The Applicant shall enter into a PUD agreement with the City of Brooklyn Center prior to the execution of the Final Plat. 17. The Applicant shall enter into a Performance Agreement with supporting financial guarantee approved by the City shall be executed prior to the issuance of any permits. 18. The Applicant shall enter into a Construction Management Plan and Agreement, and a $5,000 escrow deposited, prior to the issuance of a Land Disturbance Permit. 19. The Applicant shall enter into a Public Improvement Agreement prior to the issuance of a Land Disturbance Permit. 20. The Applicant shall enter into a Utility Facilities Easement Agreement prior to the issuance of a Land Disturbance Permit. Engineering Review 21. The Applicant agrees to comply with all conditions or provisions noted in the City Engineer’s Review memorandum, dated August 4, 2020. a. Final grading, drainage, utility, and erosion control plans and any other site engineering related issues are subject to review and approval by the City Engineer for City site and building plan approval and prior to the issuance of permits. Fire Inspector/ Building Official Review 22. The Applicant shall work to ensure all applicable 2015 Minnesota Fire Code requirements have been met as part of any plan approval. 23. The building plans are subject to review and approval by the Building Official with respect to applicable codes prior to the issuance of permits. 24. The Applicant shall apply for a SAC determination from the Metropolitan Council. Said determination shall be forwarded to the City and paid for upon issuance of any City permits. 25. The Applicant shall work with the Building Official to address all minimum requirements for accessibility as they relate to units, parking, accessible routes, etc. The aforementioned comments are provided based on the information submitted by the applicant at the time of this review. Other guarantees and site development conditions may be further prescribed throughout the project as warranted and determined by the City. RECOMMENDATION The findings of fact, based on the staff’s review of the submitted plans support a recommendation for App. No. 2020-004 PC 08/13/2020 Page 18 approval of the application. Based on the findings and the above-noted conditions of approval, staff recommends the following motion: Motion to approve a Resolution recommending the City Council approve Planning Commission Application No. 2020-004 for Preliminary and Final Plat, and site and building plan approvals, and the establishment of a Planned Unit Development for the Subject Property located in the 6000 block of Brooklyn Boulevard and known as 6025, 6031, 6037, and 6045 Brooklyn Boulevard, based on the findings of fact and submitted plans, as amended by the conditions of approval in the resolution. Attachments Exhibit A-Planning Application No. 2020-004 and documentation, submitted by C Alan Homes, LLC, and dated June 15, 2020 Exhibit B- Public Hearing Notice, dated June 25, 2020, as published in the Brooklyn Center Sun Post, and updated Public Hearing Notice and one page informational flyer. Exhibit C- 60 Day Review Extension Letter, dated July 7, 2020. Exhibit D- Memorandum and Exhibits, prepared by Assistant City Engineer Andrew Hogg, and dated August 4, 2020. Exhibit E- Memorandum, prepared by Building Official Dan Grinsteinner, and dated August 4, 2020. tlo O Kt ,-. � ,,,..... 4' •""='*I*""='• CENTER AT THE•Cl:NTER ✓ I . ' . I For Office Use Only Date Received: Date Application Complete: Letter of Completeness: PC App No. 2020 Planning Commission Application Applicant Information: Nam e: C Al an Homes Address:521 5 Terraceview Ln N Plymouth MN 55446 Office Phone: Cell: 763-228-1785 ------------------ Em a i I: nationalchamp55442@yahoo.com FAX: ------------------ Property Owner Information* (if different from Applicant): Name: Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center Property Owner Address: _________________________________ _ Office Phone: __________________ Cell: _________________ _ Email: FAX: ________________ _ Project Information: Provide a general description of your project and request(s): Construction of Seven Tri Plex Units and Associated Site Improvements. Address/Location of Property: 6000 Brookl yn Blvd South Addresses. See attachment sheet Legal Description of Property: ______________________________ _ Application Type (Mark all that Apply) Comprehensive Plan Amendment $1,050 -,,Appeal $200 ,., Rezoning $1,050 , .. .��. Zoning Code Text Amendment $500 Special/Interim Use Permit $250 :'I Special/Interim Use Permit Amendment $150 ✓Site and Building Plan Review $750 i:l ., Variance $200 , ✓Planned Unit Development $1,800 Planned Unit Development Amendment $700 ..✓Preliminary Plat $400 ,. ✓ Final Plat $200 c,;,. IMPORTANT: All applications may be subject to additional fees for reimbursement of costs incurred by the City for filing, reviewing, and processing applications in the form of an escrow to the City. Application Fee: $3,150 Escrow Amount: $1 000 Receipt No: 2020-004 Exhibit A 06/15/2020 Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . 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ALL WORK SHA L L B E P E R F O R M E D I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H T H E S T O R M W A T E R P O L L U T I O N PREVENTION PL A N ( S W P P P ) F O R T H E P R O J E C T . S E E S W P P P P L A N A N D N O T E S F O R ADDITIONAL INF O R M A T I O N . 4. ALL PUBLIC R O A D W A Y S A N D P R I V A T E D R I V E W A Y S I N S I D E T H E C O N S T R U C T I O N L I M I T S S H A L L REMAIN OPEN F O R T H E D U R A T I O N O F C O N S T R U C T I O N . 5. EXISTING TOP O G R A P H I C S U R V E Y S H O W N I S B A S E D O N A S I T E S U R V E Y P E R F O R M E D B Y W BROWN LAND S U R V E Y I N G I N 2 0 2 0 . GENERAL EARTHWO R K N O T E S 1. THE CONTRAC T O R S H A L L M I N I M I Z E D I S T U R B A N C E O F T R E E S / S H R U B S N O T M A R K E D F O R REMOVAL, INCL U D I N G M I N I M I Z I N G D I S T U R B A N C E O F S O I L S W I T H I N T H E T R E E S ' D R I P L I N E ZONES. CONTR A C T O R S H A L L N O T S T O C K P I L E M A T E R I A L I N S I D E T H E T R E E D R I P L I N E S . 2. CONTRACTOR S H A L L P R O T E C T A L L S T R U C T U R E S A N D U T I L I T I E S N O T B E I N G M A R K E D F O R REMOVAL.3. CONTRACTOR S H A L L C O O R D I N A T E A L L D E M O L I T I O N O F U N D E R G R O U N D U T I L I T Y W O R K W I T H OWNER.4. NO CONCRETE O R R U B B L E S H A L L B E B A C K F I L L E D O N S I T E . B U R N I N G O F D E B R I S O N S I T E SHALL NOT BE A L L O W E D . 6000 BR O O K L Y N B L V D T R I - P L E X D E V E L O P M E N T BR O O K L Y N C E N T E R , M N SITE, G R A D I N G , D R A I N A G E , E R O S I O N C O N T R O L , A N D U T I L I T I E S F O R O W N E R C U R T B R E K K E C . 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CONTRACTORSHALL REPAIR ANY DAMAGE INFLICTEDTO NEIGHBORING PROPERTIES.PROTECT POWERPOLE IN PLACE REMOVE 45 LF± CURB &GUTTER AND SAWCUTPAVEMENT 2' FROM CURB REMOVE & REPLACE 500SF± PAVEMENT FORUTILITY CONNECTIONPROTECTELECTRICALUTILITIES ANDHYDRANT IN PLACESALVAGE BUS BENCH AN D COORDINATE WITH CITYCLEAR AND GRUBWOODED AREAREMOVE TREECLUMPS (TYP.)PROTECT POWERPOLE AND GUYWIRE IN PLACEDO NOT DISTURB NEIGHBORINGPROPERTIES DURING CLEARING &GRUBBING ACTIVITIES. CONTRACTORSHALL REPAIR ANY DAMAGE INFLICTEDTO NEIGHBORING PROPERTIES.PR O T E C T T R E E REMOVE 500 LF± O F CURB & GUTTER R E M O V E & R E P L A C E 5 0 0 S F ± P A V E M E N T F O R U T I L I T Y C O N N E C T I O N REMOVE 2,800 SF± SIDEALK.CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDEPROTECTED ACCESSIBLEPEDESTRIAN ROUTE APPROVEDBY THE CITY DURING PUBLICSIDEWALK DISTURBANCE COORDINATE AND CONFIRMDEMOLITION LIMITS IN ROWWITH CITY BEFORESTARTING WORKSAWCUT & REMOVE 1,120 S F ± CONCRETE PAVEMENT P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C100 - EC & REM.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:28 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . 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PROJECT DESCRIPTION:THE STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN (SWPPP) IS REQUIRED FOR THE GENERAL PERMITAUTHORIZATION TO DISCHARGE STORMWATER ASSOCIATED WITH CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY (NPDESPERMIT) AS REQUIRED BY THE MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY (MPCA) UNDER THE NATIONALPOLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM/STATE DISPOSAL SYSTEM (NPDES/SDS). IN ADDITION TO THESWPPP, AN EROSION CONTROL PLAN MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE MPCA NPDES PERMIT ISINCLUDED IN THIS CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT.PROJECT NAME:6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENTDESCRIPTION:LOCATED AT THE INTERSECTION OF 61ST AVE N AND BROOKLYN BLVDSITE ADDRESS:6000 BROOKLYN BLVDCITY:BROOKLYN CENTERSTATE:MINNESOTAZIP CODE:55429COUNTY:HENNEPINLATITUDE:43.0653°W (DECIMAL)LONGITUDE:-93.3260°N (DECIMAL)THIS PROJECT INCLUDES REPLATTING AND DEVELOPING THE 4 PROPERTIES AT THE INTERSECTION OF 61STAVE N AND BROOKLYN BLVD, AND CONSTRUCTING A 7 UNIT TRIPLEX WITH ADJACENT SIDEWALKS, PATIOS,AND PARKING. A DRIVE LANE WILL BE CONSTRUCTED WITH UTILITIES. FILTER STRIPS, OVERSIZEDPERFORATED PIPES, AND INFILTRATION BASINS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED FOR STORMWATER MANAGEMENT..ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION START DATE: XX-XX-XXXXESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION END DATE: XX-XX-XXXXB.REGULATORY CONTEXT:PLACEMENT OF FILL IN WATERS OF THE STATE:N/ADRINKING WATER SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AREA:N/ASPECIAL/IMPAIRED WATERS:1.SHINGLE CREEK (COUNTY DITCH 15) - RIVER: IMPAIRED FOR BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATEBIOASSESSMENTS; CHLORIDE; DISSOLVED OXYGEN; ESCHERIA COLI2.UPPER TWIN LAKE - LAKE: IMPAIRED FOR MERCURY IN FISH TISSUE; NUTRIENTS; PCB IN FISH TISSUE;PFOS IN FISH TISSUEC.SOILS, SLOPES VEGETATION, AND CURRENT DRAINAGE PATTERNS1.THE SOILS ONSITE ARE MOSTLY URBAN LAND-HUBBARD COMPLEX SOILS, WELL DRAINED, SANDY LOAMTYPE A SOILS.2.GRADES GENERALLY SPLIT THE PROPERTIES WEST TO EAST, DRAINING TO THE WESTERN PROPERTYFENCE AND TO THE STORM SEWER IN BROOKLYN BLVD, RESPECTIVELY.3.DRAINAGE PATTERNS WILL BE GENERALLY MAINTAINED FOR PROPOSED CONDITIONS. SURFACE RUNOFFFROM THE DRIVEWAY AND FRONT YARD AREAS WILL BE ROUTED THROUGH A SYSTEM OF FILTER STRIPS,INFILTRATION BASINS AND OVERSIZED STORAGE PIPES THAT ULTIMATELY DISCHARGE TO THE STORMSEWER IN 61ST AVE N. THE RUNOFF FROM THE REAR YARDS WILL FLOW THROUGH A FILTER STRIPBEFORE SURFACE DRAINING INTO THE CURB & GUTTER AND STORM SEWER IN BROOKLYN BLVD.GRADING OUTSIDE THE DRIVE AND YARD AREAS WILL MATCH EXISTING FLOW PATTERNS.4.THE EXISTING SITE IS SHORT GRASS COVERED WITH SOME TREES. VEGETATION IMPACTED BYCONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY WILL BE REMOVED, AND SITE WILL BE REVEGETATED AFTER CONSTRUCTIONAND PAVING ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN COMPLETED PER THE LANDSCAPING PLANS.5.THE AVERAGE TOTAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION IS ABOUT 28.32 INCHES. OF THIS, ABOUT 17.31 INCHES(61%) USUALLY FALL IN MAY THROUGH SEPTEMBER. THE AVERAGE ANNUAL SNOWFALL IS 57.3 INCHES.D.STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN (SWPPP) IMPLEMENTATION RESPONSIBILITIES:1.THE OWNER AND CONTRACTOR ARE PERMITTEE(S) AS IDENTIFIED BY THE NPDES PERMIT.2.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ON-SITE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SWPPP, INCLUDINGTHE ACTIVITIES OF ALL OF CONTRACTOR'S SUBCONTRACTORS.3.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE A PERSON(S) KNOWLEDGEABLE AND EXPERIENCED IN THE APPLICATIONOF EROSION PREVENTION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMP'S) TOOVERSEE ALL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BMP'S AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SWPPP.4.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE PERSON(S) MEETING THE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS OF THE NPDESPERMIT TO CONDUCT INSPECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL EROSION PREVENTION AND SEDIMENTCONTROL BMP'S IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PERMIT. ONE OF THESEINDIVIDUAL(S) MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR AN ON-SITE INSPECTION WITHIN 72 HOURS UPON REQUEST BYMPCA. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE TRAINING DOCUMENTATION FOR THESE INDIVIDUAL(S) ASREQUIRED BY THE NPDES PERMIT. THIS TRAINING DOCUMENTATION SHALL BE RECORDED IN OR WITHTHE SWPPP BEFORE THE START OF CONSTRUCTION.D.STORMWATER DISCHARGE DESIGN REQUIREMENTSTHE FOLLOWING SIZING CRITERIA APPLY TO THE DESIGN OF STORMWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES. N/AINDICATES NOT APPLICABLE OR NOT CONSTRUCTED AS PART OF THIS PROJECT.1.TEMPORARY SEDIMENTATION BASINS: N/A2.PERMANENT WET SEDIMENTATION BASINS: N/A3.PERMANENT INFILTRATION/FILTRATION BMP: TWO (2) INFILTRATION BASINS, ELEVEN (11) VEGETATEDFILTER STRIPS, 180 LF OVERSIZED PERFORATED PIPE.4.PERMANENT REGIONAL PONDS: N/A5.ALTERNATIVE METHODS: N/ASEE SHEET XXXX FOR VEGETATED FILTER STRIP, INFILTRATION BASIN & CHAMBER SYSTEM CROSS SECTIONDETAILS, CONSTRUCTION NOTES AND DESIGN CALCULATIONS.E.SEQUENCE OF CONSTRUCTIONTHE FOLLOWING SEQUENCE DESCRIBES, IN GENERAL, THE WORK ON THE SITE:1.CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT ALL PERMITS HAVE BEEN OBTAINED AND/OR OBTAIN THE NECESSARYPERMITS.2.CONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM SITE INSPECTIONS, RECORD KEEPING AND RECORD RETENTION INACCORDANCE WITH ALL PERMITS3.CONTRACTOR SHALL PREPARE AND SUBMIT A WRITTEN, NOT ORAL, WEEKLY SCHEDULE OF PROPOSEDEROSION CONTROL ACTIVITIES FOR THE PROJECT ENGINEER'S AND OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE'SAPPROVAL.4.CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL ALL PERIMETER AND DOWN-GRADIENT EROSION CONTROL AND SEDIMENTCONTROL BMP'S, CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCES PRIOR TO SITE GRADING, EXCAVATION, STOCKPILING ORDISTURBING EXISTING VEGETATIVE COVER.5.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L P E R F O R M P H A S E I D E M O L I T I O N I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H T H E D E M O L I T I O N P L A N . 6.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L P E R F O R M S I T E G R A D I N G , E X C A V A T I O N , S T O C K P I L I N G W O R K I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H THE S T O R M W A T E R P O L L U T I O N P R E V E N T I O N P L A N ( S W P P P ) . 7.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L I N S T A L L , I N S P E C T , M O N I T O R A N D M A I N T A I N T E M P O R A R Y A N D P E R M A N E N T EROSI O N C O N T R O L B M P S A S S H O W N O N P L A N S & I N C O N F O R M A N C E W I T H N P D E S P E R M I T E V E R Y 7 D A Y S AND W I T H I N 2 4 H O U R S F O L L W I N G A 0 . 5 0 I N C H O V E R 2 4 H O U R R A I N E V E N T D U R I N G A C T I V E CONS T R U C T I O N . 8.CONT R A C T O R M U S T I N I T I A T E S O I L S T A B I L I Z A T I O N M E T H O D S I M M E D I A T E L Y F O L L O W I N G S O I L A N D / O R VEGE T A T I O N D I S T U R B A N C E A C T I V I T I E S A N D M U S T B E C O M P L E T E D N O L A T E R T H A N 7 D A Y S A F T E R CONS T R U C T I O N A C T I V I T Y H A S C E A S E D . 9.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L R E P L A C E O R R E P A I R E R O S I O N C O N T R O L A N D S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L B M P ' S T H A T ARE N O T F U N C T I O N I N G P R O P E R L Y W I T H I N 2 4 H O U R S O F A S T O R M E V E N T O F A T L E A S T 0 . 5 0 I N C H E S . 10.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L P E R F O R M P H A S E I I D E M O L I T I O N I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H E T H E D E M O L I T I O N P L A N . CONT R A C T O R S H A L L P E R F O R M I T E M S 6 - 9 F O R A R E A S B O U N D B Y P H A S E I I D E M O L I T I O N W O R K , A N D F O R ANY R E M A I N I N G W O R K W I T H I N T H E C O N S T R U C T I O N B O U N D A R I E S . 11.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L P E R F O R M S I T E R E S T O R A T I O N A C T I V I T I E S F O R P E R M A N E N T V E G E T A T I V E ESTA B L I S H M E N T . 12.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L R E M O V E S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L D E V I C E S P R I O R T O S U B M I T T I N G N O T I C E O F TERMI N A T I O N ( N O T ) . 13.SUBMI T N O T T O M P C A W I T H I N 3 0 D A Y S O F F I N A L S T A B I L I Z A T I O N . F.CONSTR U C T I O N A C T I V I T Y F I E L D R E Q U I R E M E N T S : ALL FIEL D R E Q U I R E M E N T S S H A L L B E P E R F O R M E D I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H T H E R E Q U I R E M E N T S O F T H E NPDES P E R M I T A N D S T O R M W A T E R P O L L U T I O N P R E V E N T I O N P L A N ( S W P P P ) . 1.THE C O N T R A C T O R M U S T I M P L E M E N T T H E S W P P P A N D P R O V I D E B M P s I D E N T I F I E D I N T H E S W P P P I N A N APPR O P R I A T E A N D F U N C T I O N A L M A N N E R . 2.THE C O N T R A C T O R M U S T P R E S E R V E A 5 0 F O O T N A T U R A L B U F F E R F R O M A D J A C E N T S U R F A C E W A T E R S . 3.THE C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L R E S P O N D T O C H A N G I N G S I T E C O N D I T I O N S A N D I M P L E M E N T / S U P P L E M E N T EROSI O N P R E V E N T I O N A N D S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L M E A S U R E S U T I L I Z E D T O P R O V I D E A D E Q U A T E PROT E C T I O N O F D I S T U R B E D S O I L S A N D A D E Q U A T E P R E V E N T I O N O F S E D I M E N T T R A N S P O R T O F F - S I T E . AT A M I N I M U M , T H E F O L L O W I N G S T O R M W A T E R P O L L U T I O N P R E V E N T I O N C O N S T R U C T I O N A C T I V I T Y F I E L D REQUI R E M E N T S S H A L L B E F U R N I S H E D B Y T H E C O N T R A C T O R . 4.THE C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L T A K E C A U T I O N T O M I N I M I Z E C O M P A C T I O N O F S O I L S A N D R E S T R I C T V E H I C L E AND E Q U I P M E N T U S E I N I N F I L T R A T I O N / F I L T R A T I O N B M P A R E A S , A N D A R E A S W H E R E F U L L V E G E T A T I V E STABI L I Z A T I O N W I L L O C C U R . 5.AREA S O F C O M P A C T I O N S H A L L B E U N C O M P A C T E D T O A D E P T H O F 1 8 I N C H E S B E F O R E T H E P L A C E M E N T OF TO P S O I L . G.EROSION P R E V E N T I O N P R A C T I C E S CONTRACTO R S H A L L B E R E S P O N S I B L E F O R T H E F O L L O W I N G E R O S I O N P R E V E N T I O N P R A C T I C E S : 1.THE C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L A T T E M P T T O P H A S E A L L W O R K T O M I N I M I Z E E R O S I O N A N D M A I N T A I N VEGE T A T I V E C O V E R T O T H E E X T E N T P O S S I B L E . T H E L O C A T I O N O F A R E A S N O T T O B E D I S T U R B E D M U S T BE DE L I N E A T E D O N T H E S I T E B E F O R E C O N S T R U C T I O N B E G I N S . 2.INLET P R O T E C T I O N , S I L T F E N C E , R O C K L O G S , A N D R O C K C O N S T R U C T I O N E N T R A N C E S S H A L L B E INSTA L L E D A T L O C A T I O N S S H O W N O N T H E E R O S I O N C O N T R O L P L A N D R A W I N G , O R A S M O D I F I E D I N T H E FIELD B Y T H E E N G I N E E R . 3.INLET P R O T E C T I O N F O R O F F S I T E D R A I N I N L E T S N O T S H O W N I N T H E E R O S I O N C O N T R O L P L A N W I L L B E INSTA L L E D A S N E E D E D . 4.ALL E X P O S E D S O I L S M U S T B E S T A B I L I Z E D I M M E D I A T E L Y O R N O L A T E R T H A N 7 D A Y S A F T E R T H E CONS T R U C T I O N A C T I V I T Y I N T H A T P O R T I O N O F T H E S I T E H A S T E M P O R A R I L Y O R P E R M A N E N T L Y C E A S E D , INCLU D I N G S T O C K P I L E S W I T H S I G N I F I C A N T S I L T , C L A Y O R O R G A N I C C O M P O N E N T S . 5.THE N O R M A L W E T T E D P E R I M E T E R O F A N Y T E M P O R A R Y O R P E R M A N E N T D R A I N A G E D I T C H T H A T D R A I N S WATE R F R O M A C O N S T R U C T I O N S I T E O R D I V E R T S W A T E R A R O U N D A S I T E M U S T B E S T A B I L I Z E D B Y CONT R A C T O R W I T H I N 2 0 0 F E E T F R O M T H E P R O P E R T Y E D G E , O R F R O M T H E P O I N T O F D I S C H A R G E T O ANY S U R F A C E W A T E R W I T H I N 2 4 H O U R S O F C O N N E C T I N G T O A S U R F A C E W A T E R . T E M P O R A R Y O R PERM A N E N T D I T C H S W A L E S B E I N G U S E D A S A S E D I M E N T C O N T A I N M E N T S Y S T E M D O N O T N E E D T O B E STABI L I Z E D U N T I L T H E Y A R E N O L O N G E R U S E D A S A S E D I M E N T C O N T A I N M E N T S Y S T E M , A F T E R W H I C H THEY M U S T B E S T A B I L I Z E D W I T H I N 2 4 H O U R S . 6.TEMP O R A R Y O R P E R M A N E N T E N E R G Y D I S S I P A T I O N A T P I P E O U T L E T S M U S T B E P R O V I D E D W I T H I N 2 4 HOUR S O F C O N N E C T I N G T O A S U R F A C E W A T E R . 7.ALL E X P O S E D S O I L A R E A S W I L L B E S T A B I L I Z E D P R I O R T O T H E O N S E T O F W I N T E R . A N Y W O R K S T I L L B E I N G PERF O R M E D W I L L B E S N O W M U L C H E D O R S N O W B L A N K E T E D A N D S N O W S E E D E D . H.SEDIMEN T C O N T R O L P R A C T I C E S CONTRA C T O R S H A L L B E R E S P O N S I B L E F O R T H E F O L L O W I N G S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L P R A C T I C E S : 1.CONT R A C T O R M U S T I N S T A L L A L L D O W N G R A D I E N T P E R I M E T E R C O N T R O L S B E F O R E A N Y U P G R A D I E N T DISTU R B A N C E B E G I N S . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L M A I N T A I N P E R I M E T E R C O N T R O L S U N T I L F I N A L STABI L I Z A T I O N . 2.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L P R O V I D E G R A D I N G A N D B M P I N S T A L L A T I O N T O L I M I T A L L S L O P E S O F 3 H : 1 V O R STEE P E R T O A N U N B R O K E N L E N G T H O F 7 5 F E E T O R L E S S . 3.TIMIN G A N D I N S T A L L A T I O N O F S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L D E V I C E S C A N B E A D J U S T E D B Y C O N T R A C T O R T O ACCO M M O D A T E S H O R T - T E R M A C T I V I T I E S S U C H A S C L E A R I N G A N D G R U B B I N G O R V E H I C L E P A S S A G E . ANY S H O R T - T E R M A C T I V I T Y M U S T B E C O M P L E T E D A S Q U I C K L Y A S P O S S I B L E A N D T H E S E D I M E N T CONT R O L P R A C T I C E S M U S T B E I N S T A L L E D I M M E D I A T E L Y A F T E R T H E A C T I V I T Y I S C O M P L E T E D A N D I N A L L CASE S P R I O R T O T H E N E X T P R E C I P I T A T I O N E V E N T . 4.IF PRE S E N T , A L L S T O R M S E W E R I N L E T S A N D O U T L E T S S H A L L B E P R O T E C T E D B Y C O N T R A C T O R W I T H APPR O P R I A T E B M P ' S D U R I N G T H E W O R K . T H E S E P R A C T I C E S S H A L L R E M A I N I N P L A C E U N T I L T H E POTE N T I A L S O U R C E S F O R D I S C H A R G I N G S E D I M E N T T O I N L E T S H A V E B E E N S T A B I L I Z E D B Y C O N T R A C T O R . 5.TEMP O R A R Y S O I L S T O C K P I L E S M U S T H A V E S I L T F E N C E O R O T H E R E F F E C T I V E S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L S . SOIL S T O C K P I L E S S H A L L N O T B E P L A C E D W I T H I N S U R F A C E W A T E R S O R S T O R M W A T E R C O N V E Y A N C E S . CONT R A C T O R S H A L L I N S T A L L S I L T F E N C E P R O T E C T I O N A R O U N D T H E L I M I T S O F A L L T E M P O R A R Y S O I L STOC K P I L E A R E A S . A L L S O I L S T O C K P I L E S T H A T R E M A I N U N D I S T U R B E D F O R A P E R I O D G R E A T E R T H A N 4 8 HOUR S S H A L L B E P R O T E C T E D B Y C O N T R A C T O R W I T H C O V E R O F M U L C H , E R O S I O N C O N T R O L M A T S , O R PLAST I C S H E E T I N G . 6.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L I M P L E M E N T M E A S U R E S T O C O N T R O L V E H I C L E T R A C K I N G O F F S I T E . R O C K CONS T R U C T I O N E N T R A N C E S O R E Q U I V A L E N T S Y S T E M M U S T B E I N S T A L L E D B Y C O N T R A C T O R T O MINIMI Z E T R A C K I N G F R O M S I T E . 7.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L P R O V I D E T E M P O R A R Y S E D I M E N T A T I O N B A S I N S A S R E Q U I R E D B Y T H E P E R M I T . 8.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L R E M O V E A L L S O I L A N D S E D I M E N T T R A C K E D O R O T H E R W I S E D E P O S I T E D O N P U B L I C OR PR I V A T E P A V E M E N T A R E A S . R E M O V E S O I L A N D S E D I M E N T O N A D A I L Y B A S I S . S T R E E T W A S H I N G I S ONLY A L L O W E D A F T E R S W E E P I N G S E D I M E N T F R O M T H E A R E A S . 9.CONT R A C T O R S H A L L K E E P T H E S U R F A C E O F A N Y A N D A L L C O N S T R U C T I O N W O R K A R E A S A N D H A U L ROAD S M O I S T B Y S P R A Y I N G W I T H U N C O N T A M I N A T E D W A T E R A S T O P R E V E N T A I R B O R N E D U S T F R O M LEAVI N G T H E S I T E . T H I S M A Y I N C L U D E S P R A Y I N G A N D S W E E P I N G F I N I S H E D S U R F A C E S A D J A C E N T T O THE P E D E S T R I A N T R A F F I C , V E H I C L E T R A F F I C , A N D P R I V A T E A N D P U B L I C P R O P E R T I E S . T H I S RESP O N S I B I L I T Y S H A L L R E Q U I R E C O N T R A C T O R T O S U S P E N D C O N S T R U C T I O N O R H A U L T R A F F I C U N T I L S U C H T I M E A S C O N T R A C T O R C A N A N D D O E S P R E V E N T A I R B O R N E D U S T . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L N O T O V E R S P R A Y S O A S T O C R E A T E P R O B L E M S , S U C H A S T R A C K I N G O F M A T E R I A L O N T O P A V E D S U R F A C E S , O R M U D D Y H A U L R O A D S , D U E T O T H E A P P L I C A T I O N O F E X C E S S M O I S T U R E . 1 0 . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L T R E A T A N Y S E D I M E N T L A D E N W A T E R W I T H A P P R O P R I A T E S E D I M E N T C O N T A I N M E N T O R F I L T E R S Y S T E M B E F O R E D I S C H A R G I N G T O T H E D O W N S T R E A M S Y S T E M . 1 1 . I N F I L T R A T I O N B A S I N P E R I M E T E R C O N T R O L A N D E R O S I O N C O N T R O L P R A C T I C E S S H A L L R E M A I N I N P L A C E U N T I L T H E F I N A L C O M P L E T I O N O F T H E P R O J E C T O R V E G E T A T I O N H A S B E E N E S T A B L I S H E D , W H I C H E V E R I S L A T E R . 1 2 . I N S T A L L A T I O N O F I N F I L T R A T I O N / F I L T R A T I O N P R A C T I C E S S H A L L B E D O N E D U R I N G P E R I O D S O F D R Y W E A T H E R A N D C O M P L E T E D B E F O R E A R A I N F A L L E V E N T . 1 3 . E X C A V A T I O N O F I N F I L T R A T I O N A R E A S S H A L L B E C O M P L E T E D U S I N G A B A C K H O E W I T H A T O O T H E D B U C K E T . 1 4 . S O I L S I N T H E I N F I L T R A T I O N A R E A S S H A L L B E L O O S E N E D U P T O A M I N I M U M O F 1 8 " I N D E P T H . 1 5 . T H E B O T T O M E X C A V A T I O N S U R F A C E O F T H E I N F I L T R A T I O N A R E A S S H A L L B E L E V E L W I T H O U T D I P S O R S W A L E S . 1 6 . D U R I N G C O N S T R U C T I O N O F T H E I N F I L T R A T I O N A R E A S , S T O R M W A T E R M U S T B E R O U T E D A R O U N D T H E A R E A S U N T I L A L L C O N S T R U C T I O N A C T I V I T Y H A S C E A S E D A N D T H E T R I B U T A R Y S U R F A C E S A R E C L E A N E D O F S E D I M E N T . 1 7 . T H E E N G I N E E R E D S O I L S W I T H I N T H E I N F I L T R A T I O N A R E A S S H A L L R E M A I N U N C O N T A M I N A T E D B E F O R E A N D D U R I N G I N S T A L L A T I O N . 1 8 . P O L Y M E R S , F L O C C U L A N T S , O R O T H E R S E D I M E N T A T I O N T R E A T M E N T C H E M I C A L S M U S T B E U S E D I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H A C C E P T E D E N G I N E E R I N G P R A C T I C E S , D O S I N G S P E C I F I C A T I O N S A N D S E D I M E N T R E M O V A L D E S I G N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S P R O V I D E D B Y T H E M A N U F A C T U R E R O R S U P P L I E R . T H E P E R M I T T E E S M U S T U S E C O N V E N T I O N A L E R O S I O N A N D S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L S P R I O R T O C H E M I C A L A D D I T I O N A N D M U S T D I R E C T T R E A T E D S T O R M W A T E R T O A S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L S Y S T E M F O R F I L T R A T I O N O R S E T T L E M E N T O F T H E F L O C P R I O R T O D I S C H A R G E . I . P O L L U T I O N P R E V E N T I O N M E A S U R E S C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L B E R E S P O N S I B L E F O R I M P L E M E N T I N G T H E F O L L O W I N G P O L L U T I O N M A N A G E M E N T M E A S U R E S O N T H E S I T E : 1 . B U I L D I N G P R O D U C T S A N D L A N D S C A P E M A T E R I A L S U N D E R C O V E R ( E . G . , P L A S T I C S H E E T I N G O R T E M P O R A R Y R O O F S ) O R P R O T E C T T H E M B Y S I M I L A R L Y E F F E C T I V E M E A N S D E S I G N E D T O M I N I M I Z E C O N T A C T W I T H S T O R M W A T E R . P E R M I T T E E S A R E N O T R E Q U I R E D T O C O V E R O R P R O T E C T P R O D U C T S W H I C H A R E E I T H E R N O T A S O U R C E O F C O N T A M I N A T I O N T O S T O R M W A T E R O R A R E D E S I G N E D T O B E E X P O S E D T O S T O R M W A T E R . 2 . S O L I D W A S T E : C O L L E C T E D S E D I M E N T , A S P H A L T , C O N C R E T E M I L L I N G S , F L O A T I N G D E B R I S , P A P E R , P L A S T I C , F A B R I C , C O N S T R U C T I O N A N D D E M O L I T I O N D E B R I S A N D O T H E R W A S T E S M U S T B E D I S P O S E D O F P R O P E R L Y A N D M U S T C O M P L Y W I T H M P C A D I S P O S A L R E Q U I R E M E N T S I N S E C T I O N 1 2 . 5 O F T H E G E N E R A L P E R M I T . 3 . P E R M I T T E E S M U S T P O S I T I O N P O R T A B L E T O I L E T S S O T H E Y A R E S E C U R E A N D W I L L N O T T I P O R B E K N O C K E D O V E R . P E R M I T T E E S M U S T P R O P E R L Y D I S P O S E S A N I T A R Y W A S T E I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H M I N N . R . C H . 7 0 4 1 . 4 . H A Z A R D O U S M A T E R I A L S : O I L , G A S O L I N E , P A I N T A N D A N Y H A Z A R D O U S S U B S T A N C E S M U S T B E S T O R E D I N A P P R O P R I A T E C O N T A I N E R S . I N C L U D I N G S E C O N D A R Y C O N T A I N M E N T T O P R E V E N T S P I L L S , L E A K S O R O T H E R D I S C H A R G E S . R E S T R I C T E D A C C E S S T O S T O R A G E A R E A S M U S T B E P R O V I D E D T O P R E V E N T V A N D A L I S M . S T O R A G E A N D D I S P O S A L O F H A Z A R D O U S W A S T E M U S T C O M P L Y W I T H M P C A R E G U L A T I O N S , S E E S E C T I O N 1 2 . 4 O F T H E G E N E R A L P E R M I T . 5 . P E S T I C I D E S , F E R T I L I Z E R S A N D T R E A T M E N T C H E M I C A L S M U S T B E P L A C E D U N D E R C O V E R ( P L A S T I C S H E E T I N G O R T E M P O R A R Y R O O F S , E T C . ) O R P R O T E C T T H E M B Y S I M I L A R L Y E F F E C T I V E M E A N S D E S I G N E D T O M I N I M I Z E C O N T A C T W I T H S T O R M W A T E R . 6 . A D E F I N E D A R E A O F T H E S I T E M U S T B E D E S I G N A T E D F O R U S E A S A W A S H A R E A F O R T R U C K S A N D O T H E R E Q U I P M E N T . N O E N G I N E D E G R E A S I N G I S A L L O W E D O N S I T E . 7 . C O N C R E T E W A S H O U T C O N T A I N M E N T S H A L L B E P R O V I D E D O N S I T E . T H E C O N T A I N M E N T M E T H O D M U S T B E L E A K - P R O O F W I T H A N I M P E R M E A B L E L I N E R . O R A L T E R N A T I V E L Y , C O N C R E T E W A S H O U T S H A L L B E P E R F O R M E D A T T H E C O N C R E T E M I X P L A N T I N S T E A D O F O N - S I T E . 8 . A N Y F U E L O R C H E M I C A L T A N K S T O R A G E O N T H E P R O J E C T A R E A M U S T B E P R O T E C T E D B Y A S O I L B E R M O R H A V E A N E G A T I V E G R A D I E N T T O A N Y W A T E R R E S O U R C E A R E A . A C O N T I N G E N C Y P L A N M U S T B E C R E A T E D B Y T H E C O N T R A C T O R I N T H E E V E N T O F A S P I L L O R L E A K O F A N Y C H E M I C A L , I N C L U D I N G P E T R O C H E M I C A L S , D E E M E D H A R M F U L T O T H E E N V I R O N M E N T , A N D H A V E O N H A N D T H E M A T E R I A L S N E C E S S A R Y T O C A P T U R E A N D C O N T A I N S A I D C H E M I C A L S . 9 . P E R M I T T E E S M U S T T A K E R E A S O N A B L E S T E P S T O P R E V E N T T H E D I S C H A R G E O F S P I L L E D O R L E A K E D C H E M I C A L S , I N C L U D I N G F U E L , F R O M A N Y A R E A W H E R E C H E M I C A L S O R F U E L W I L L B E L O A D E D O R U N L O A D E D I N C L U D I N G T H E U S E O F D R I P P A N S O R A B S O R B E N T S U N L E S S I N F E A S I B L E . P E R M I T T E E S M U S T E N S U R E A D E Q U A T E S U P P L I E S A R E A V A I L A B L E A T A L L T I M E S T O C L E A N U P D I S C H A R G E D M A T E R I A L S A N D T H A T A N A P P R O P R I A T E D I S P O S A L M E T H O D I S A V A I L A B L E F O R R E C O V E R E D S P I L L E D M A T E R I A L S . P E R M I T T E E S M U S T R E P O R T A N D C L E A N U P S P I L L S I M M E D I A T E L Y A S R E Q U I R E D B Y M I N N . S T A T . 1 1 5 . 0 6 1 , U S I N G D R Y C L E A N U P M E A S U R E S W H E R E P O S S I B L E . J . D E W A T E R I N G A N D B A S I N D R A I N I N G A L L O W A B L E N O N - S T O R M W A T E R D I S C H A R G E S , A S D E F I N E D B Y T H E G E N E R A L P E R M I T , A R E L I M I T E D T O D E W A T E R I N G A N D B A S I N D R A I N I N G . D E W A T E R I N G O R B A S I N D R A I N I N G T H A T M A Y H A V E T U R B I D O R S E D I M E N T L A D E N D I S C H A R G E W A T E R M U S T B E D I S C H A R G E D T O A T E M P O R A R Y O R P E R M A N E N T S E D I M E N T A T I O N B A S I N O N T H E P R O J E C T S I T E W H E N E V E R P O S S I B L E . I F T H E W A T E R C A N N O T B E D I S C H A R G E D T O A S E D I M E N T A T I O N B A S I N P R I O R T O E N T E R I N G T H E S U R F A C E W A T E R , I T M U S T B E T R E A T E D W I T H T H E A P P R O P R I A T E B M P S , S U C H T H A T T H E D I S C H A R G E D O E S N O T A D V E R S E L Y A F F E C T T H E R E C E I V I N G W A T E R O R D O W N S T R E A M L A N D O W N E R S . T H E C O N T R A C T O R M U S T E N S U R E T H A T D I S C H A R G E P O I N T S D I S P E R S E D O V E R N A T U R A L R O C K R I P R A P , S A N D B A G S , P L A S T I C S H E E T I N G O R O T H E R A C C E P T E D E N E R G Y D I S S I P A T I O N M E A S U R E S . A D E Q U A T E S E D I M E N T A T I O N C O N T R O L M E A S U R E S A R E R E Q U I R E D F R O D I S C H A R G E W A T E R T H A T C O N T A I N S S U S P E N D E D S O L I D S . A L L W A T E R F R O M D E W A T E R I N G O R B A S I N D R A I N I N G M U S T B E D I S C H A R G E D I N A M A N N E R T H A T D O E S N O T C A U S E N U I S A N C E C O N D I T I O N S , E R O S I O N I N R E C E I V I N G C H A N N E L S O R O N D O W N S L O P E P R O P E R T I E S , O R I N U N D A T I O N I N W E T L A N D S C A U S I N G S I G N I F I C A N T A D V E R S E I M P A C T T O T H E W E T L A N D . I F T H E C O N T R A C T O R E L E C T S T O U T I L I Z E F I L T E R S W I T H B A C K W A S H W A T E R , T H E C O N T R A C T O R M U S T H A U L T H E B A C K W A S H W A T E R A W A Y F O R D I S P O S A L , R E T U R N T H E B A C K W A T E R T O T H E B E G I N N I N G O F T H E T R E A T M E N T P R O C E S S , O R I N C O R P O R A T E T H E B A C K W A S H W A T E R I N T O T H E S I T E I N A M A N N E R T H A T D O E S N O T C A U S E E R O S I O N . T H E C O N T R A C T O R M U S T R E P L A C E A N D C L E A N T H E F I L T E R M E D I A U S E D I N D E W A T E R I N G D E V I C E S W H E N R E Q U I R E D T O R E T A I N A D E Q U A T E F U N C T I O N . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L O B T A I N A W A T E R U S E ( A P P R O P R I A T I O N ) P E R M I T F R O M T H E M N D N R F O R D E W A T E R I N G A C T I V I T I E S T H A T W I L L W I T H D R A W M O R E T H A N 1 0 , 0 0 0 G A L L O N S O F W A T E R P E R D A Y O R 1 M I L L I O N G A L L O N S P E R Y E A R . STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN (SWPPP) NARRAT I V E ( 1 / 2 ) - 6 0 0 0 B R O O K L Y N B L V D T R I - P L E X D E V E L O P M E N T B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C200 - EROS.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:29 PM 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 2 0 1 S W P P P N A R R A T I V E B J L C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N K.RECORD RETENTIONCONTRACTOR SHALL KEEP APPROPRIATE RECORDS OF INSPECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF EROSIONPREVENTION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL MEASURES, PRECIPITATION AND ALL OTHER RECORDS REQUIREDBY THE NPDES PERMIT DURING THE DURATION OF THE WORK. THE SWPPP, ALL CHANGES TO IT, ANDINSPECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE RECORDS MUST BE KEPT AT THE SITE DURING CONSTRUCTION BY THEPERMITTEE WHO HAS OPERATIONAL CONTROL OF THE PORTION OF THE SITE. CONTRACTOR AND OWNERMUST KEEP THE SWPPP ON FILE FOR THREE YEARS AFTER THE SUBMITTAL OF THE NOTICE OFTERMINATION. INCLUDING THE RECORDS OF ALL INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE CONDUCTED DURINGCONSTRUCTION.L.NOTICE OF TERMINATIONPERMITTEE MUST SUBMIT A NOTICE OF TERMINATION WITHIN 30 DAYS IF ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWINGCONDITIONS HAVE BEEN MET:1.FINAL STABILIZATION HAS BEEN ACHIEVED ON ALL PORTIONS OF THE SITE FOR WHICH PERMITTEE ISRESPONSIBLE INCLUDING THE REMOVAL OF ALL TEMPORARY MEASURES SUCH AS SILT FENCE.2.ANOTHER OWNER HAS ASSUMED CONTROL OVER ALL PORTIONS OF THE SITE THAT HAVE NOT ACHIEVEDFINAL STABILIZATION.PERMITTEE MUST ENSURE FINAL STABILIZATION OF THE SITE AND SUBMIT THE NOTICE OF TERMINATIONWITHIN 30 DAYS OF FINAL STABILIZATION.FINAL STABILIZATION CAN BE ACHIEVED IN THE FOLLOWING WAY:1.ALL SOIL DISTURBING ACTIVITIES ARE COMPLETE AND A UNIFORM PERENNIAL VEGETATIVE COVER WITHA DENSITY OF 70% OVER THE ENTIRE PERVIOUS SURFACE HAS BEEN ACHIEVED, INCLUDINGSTABILIZATION OF ALL DITCHES AND SWALES.2.ALL PERMANENT STORMWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NPDESPERMIT.3.REMOVAL OF ALL TEMPORARY SYNTHETIC AND STRUCTURAL BMPS. ALTHOUGH BMPS DESIGNED TODECOMPOSE ON SITE MAY BE LEFT IN PLACE IF INDICATED BY THE PLAN.4.REMOVAL OF SEDIMENT FROM STORM WATER CONVEYANCES AND PERMANENT WATER QUALITY BASINS.M.CHANGES TO SWPPPTHE PERMITTEE MUST AMEND THE SWPPP AS NECESSARY TO INCLUDE ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS, SUCHAS ADDITIONAL OR MODIFIED BMPS, DESIGNED TO CORRECT PROBLEMS IDENTIFIED OR ADDRESSSITUATIONS WHENEVER:1.THERE IS A CHANGE IN DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION OR MAINTENANCE.2.WEATHER OR SEASONAL CONDITIONS THAT HAVE SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON DISCHARGE. INSPECTION ISREQUIRED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF A RAINFALL EVENT GREATER THAN 0.50 INCHES.3.INSPECTION OR INVESTIGATION BY SITE OPERATORS, LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL OFFICIALS INDICATETHE SWPPP IS NOT EFFECTIVE.4.THE SWPPP IS NOT ACHIEVING THE GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF CONTROLLING POLLUTANTS OR THESWPPP IS NOT CONSISTENT WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS PERMIT.5.THE MPCA DETERMINES THAT DISCHARGE MAY CAUSE OR CONTRIBUTE TO NON-ATTAINMENT OF ANYAPPLICABLE WATER QUALITY STANDARDS OR THE SWPPP DOES NOT INCORPORATE THE REQUIREMENTSRELATED TO AN APPROVED TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOAD (TMDL).N.SWPPP CERTIFICATIONTHIS STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN WAS PREPARED BY INDIVIDUAL(S) TRAINED INACCORDANCE WITH THE PERMIT'S TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR PREPARATION OF SWPPPS. INDIVIDUAL(S)PREPARING THIS SWPPP:BENJAMIN LUCAS, PEPROJECT ENGINEERSOLUTION BLUE, INC.blucas@solutionblue.com651-294-0038 STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN (SWPPP) NARRAT I V E ( 2 / 2 ) - 6 0 0 0 B R O O K L Y N B L V D T R I - P L E X D E V E L O P M E N T B J L RESPONSIB L E P E R S O N S : BELOW IS A L I S T O F P E O P L E R E S P O N S I B L E F O R T H I S P R O J E C T W H O A R E K N O W L E D G E A B L E AND EXPER I E N C E D I N T H E A P P L I C A T I O N O F E R O S I O N P R E V E N T I O N A N D S E D I M E N T CONTROL B M P S . T H E Y S H A L L O V E R S E E T H E I M P L E M E N T A T I O N O F T H E S W P P P , I N S P E C T I O N , AND MAINT E N A N C E O F E R O S I O N P R E V E N T I O N , A N D S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L B M P S B E F O R E AND DURIN G C O N S T R U C T I O N . 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N O T C E R T I F I E D ) SUB-CONTRA C T O R ( ) : COMPANY: NAME: T I T L E : PHONE: MN CONST R U C T I O N S I T E M A N A G E M E N T C E R T I F I C A T I O N E X P I R E S ( P R E F E R R E D ) MN CONST R U C T I O N I N S T A L L E R C E R T I F I C A T I O N E X P I R E S ( R E Q U I R E D I F G . C . N O T C E R T I F I E D ) SUB-CONTRA C T O R ( E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L I N S P E C T O R ) : COMPANY: NAME: T I T L E : PHONE: MN CONST R U C T I O N S I T E M A N A G E M E N T C E R T I F I C A T I O N E X P I R E S ( P R E F E R R E D ) MN CONST R U C T I O N I N S T A L L E R C E R T I F I C A T I O N E X P I R E S ( R E Q U I R E D I F G . C . N O T C E R T I F I E D ) 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C200 - EROS.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:29 PM B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 2 0 2 E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L D E T A I L S B J L C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N SITE LOCATION MAP(NOT TO SCALE)USGS MAP(NOT TO SCALE)PROJECT SITEPROJECT SITE PROJECT INFORMATION: B J L GENERAL EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL NOTES: 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH E R O S I O N C O N T R O L E R O S - 0 1 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L E R O S - 0 2 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L 6 " M I N I M U M D E P T H E R O S - 0 6 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L E R O S - 0 7 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L E R O S - 0 8 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L E R O S - 1 6 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L E R O S - 2 2 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L E R O S - 2 9 1 MILE RADIUSIMPAIRED LAKE:UPPER TWIN LAKE IMPAIRED RIVER:SHINGLE CREEK ||||||||||||SFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSF CB INSERTCB INSERT C B I N S E R T TREE PROTECTIONRING CB INS E R T PUBLIC ROW IMPROVE M E N T S BY OTHERS C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C200 - EROS.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:29 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 2 1 0 E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L - P H A S E I B J L L E G E N D P R O P O S E D P R O P E R T Y L I N E E X I S T I N G L I M I T S O F C O N S T R U C T I O N T O P O G R A P H I C C O N T O U R T O P O G R A P H I C I N D E X C O N T O U R 8 0 2 8 0 0 8 0 2 8 0 0 C U R B & G U T T E R S T O R M S E W E R D R A I N T I L E S W A L E F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N O U T L E T R I P R A P C O N S T R U C T I O N E N T R A N C E E R O S I O N C O N T R O L B L A N K E T I N L E T P R O T E C T I O N B U I L D I N G F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N I N L E T G U T T E R O U T C U R B S I L T F E N C E S F S O I L B O R I N G S D I R E C T I O N O F O V E R L A N D F L O W B I O - R O L L I T E M S I L T F E N C E U N I T L I N E A R F E E T Q U A N T I T Y 1 , 0 1 5 T R E E P R O T E C T I O N R I N G E A C H 1 C O N S T R U C T I O N R O C K E N T R A N C E E A C H 1 I N L E T P R O T E C T I O N D E V I C E E A C H 4 R I P R A P C U B I C Y A R D S X X X P H A S E I E R O S I O N C O N T R O L M A T E R I A L S Q U A N T I T I E S B I O L O G L I N E A R F E E T 3 0 B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH ||||||||||||CO ||//////////////////////////////////////////||||||||||CO||CO|CO|COCO860860860860 860 860 860 860 860860860860860 859861861861861861861861861861861861861861861860857858859////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////SFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSFSF CB INSERTCB INSERT C B I N S E R T TREE PROTECTIONRING CB INS E R T SILT FENCESILT FENCE CB INSERT CB INSERTPROPOSED INFILTRATION AREA.CONTRACTOR SHALL MARK OFF,STAKE AND PROTECT FRONTYARD FILTER STRIPS DURINGCONSTRUCTION TO PREVENTCOMPACTION (TYP).PROPOSED INFILTRATION AREA.CONTRACTOR SHALL MARK OFF,STAKE AND PROTECT BASINDURING CONSTRUCTION TOPREVENT COMPACTION.PROPOSED INFILTRATION AREA.CONTRACTOR SHALL MARK OFF,STAKE AND PROTECT BASINDURING CONSTRUCTION TOPREVENT COMPACTION.PR O P O S E D I N F I L T R A T I O N A R E A . CO N T R A C T O R S H A L L M A R K O F F , ST A K E A N D P R O T E C T R E A R Y A R D FIL T E R S T R I P S D U R I N G CO N S T R U C T I O N T O P R E V E N T CO M P A C T I O N ( T Y P ) . CLASS II RIPRAP AT OUTLET CLASS II RIPRAP AT OUTLETCB INSERT PUBLIC ROW IMPROVE M E N T S BY OTHERSPERIMETER CONTROL CAN BEREMOVED ONCE PROPERTY FENCEIS INSTALLED AND PERMANENTCOVER IS ESTABLISHED P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C200 - EROS.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:29 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 2 1 1 E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L - P H A S E I I B J L C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) L E G E N D P R O P O S E D P R O P E R T Y L I N E E X I S T I N G L I M I T S O F C O N S T R U C T I O N T O P O G R A P H I C C O N T O U R T O P O G R A P H I C I N D E X C O N T O U R 8 0 2 8 0 0 8 0 2 8 0 0 C U R B & G U T T E R S T O R M S E W E R D R A I N T I L E S W A L E W E T L A N D F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N O U T L E T R I P R A P C O N S T R U C T I O N E N T R A N C E E R O S I O N C O N T R O L B L A N K E T I N L E T P R O T E C T I O N B U I L D I N G F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N I N L E T G U T T E R O U T C U R B S I L T F E N C E S F S O I L B O R I N G S D I R E C T I O N O F O V E R L A N D F L O W B I O - R O L L I T E M S I L T F E N C E U N I T L I N E A R F E E T Q U A N T I T Y 9 7 5 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L B L A N K E T S Q U A R E F E E T 1 , 5 7 5 C O N S T R U C T I O N R O C K E N T R A N C E E A C H 1 I N L E T P R O T E C T I O N D E V I C E E A C H 9 C L I I R I P R A P C U B I C Y A R D S 2 . 6 P H A S E 2 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L M A T E R I A L S Q U A N T I T I E S B I O L O G L I N E A R F E E T 1 , 3 4 5 B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH P A V E M E N T A R E A 0 . 4 1 A C B U I L D I N G A R E A 9 , 2 8 9 S F S E E D I N G A R E A 0 . 7 0 A C P R E - C O N S T R U C T I O N I M P E R V I O U S 0 . 0 0 A C P O S T - C O N S T R U C T I O N I M P E R V I O U S 0 . 8 6 A C A R E A S U M M A R Y D I S T U R B E D A R E A 1 . 6 5 A C CO//////////////////////////////////////////COCOCOCOCO ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////VERSA-LOK 5' TALLRETAINING WALL AROUNDINFITLRATION BASIN.SEE DETAIL.REMOVE AND REPLACE 61STAVE N PAVEMENT SECTION INKIND FOR UTILITY WORK R E M O V E A N D R E P L A C E B R O O K L Y N B L V D P A V E M E N T S E C T I O N I N K I N D F O R U T I L I T Y W O R K PUBLIC ROW IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCTED BY OTHERS (TYP.) R I G H T T U R N & E X I T O N L Y S I G N A G E D O N O T E N T E R S I G N A G E RIGHT TURN & EXITONLY SIGNAGE 1 0 ' B O U L E V A R D A N D 1 0 ' S I D E W A L K I N P U B L I C R O W T O B E C O N S T R U C T E D B Y O T H E R S PROPERTY FENCE TOBE INSTALLED ALONGPROPERTY LINEPROPERTY FENCE TOBE INSTALLED ALONG SEE REINFORCEDCONCRETE SECTIONFOR TRASH PADSEE TRASHENCLOSURE DETAILON SHEET C900 S E E R E I N F O R C E D C O N C R E T E S E C T I O N F O R T R A S H P A D S E E T R A S H E N C L O S U R E D E T A I L O N S H E E T C 9 0 0 C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C300 - SITE.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:30 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 3 0 0 C I V I L S I T E P L A N B J L L E G E N D P R O P O S E D P R O P E R T Y L I N E E X I S T I N G L I M I T S O F C O N S T R U C T I O N C U R B & G U T T E R S W A L E S I G N & B O L L A R D A D A P A V E M E N T M A R K I N G S T A N D A R D D U T Y A S P H A L T H E A V Y D U T Y A S P H A L T C O N C R E T E S I D E W A L K C O N C R E T E P A V I N G B U I L D I N G L I G H T P O L E S O I L B O R I N G S P A R K I N G S T A L L C O U N T G E N E R A L G E O M E T R I C A N D P A V I N G N O T E S : S I G N A G E A N D M A R K I N G N O T E S : S I T E D A T A B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. 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A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C400 - GRAD.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:30 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 4 0 0 G R A D I N G & D R A I N A G E P L A N B J L L E G E N D P R O P O S E D P R O P E R T Y L I N E E X I S T I N G L I M I T S O F C O N S T R U C T I O N T O P O G R A P H I C C O N T O U R T O P O G R A P H I C I N D E X C O N T O U R 8 0 2 8 0 0 8 0 2 8 0 0 C U R B & G U T T E R S T O R M S E W E R D R A I N T I L E S W A L E S P O T E L E V A T I O N D R A I N A G E S L O P E F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N O U T L E T 1 . 0 % 8 0 0 . 0 0 8 0 0 . 0 0 R I P R A P B U I L D I N G F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N I N L E T G U T T E R O U T C U R B E O F E M E R G E N C Y O V E R F L O W S O I L B O R I N G S 8 0 0 . 0 0 G E N E R A L G R A D I N G & D R A I N A G E N O T E S : K E Y N O T E S : B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. 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A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C500 - UTIL.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:30 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 5 0 0 U T I L I T Y P L A N B J L L E G E N D P R O P O S E D P R O P E R T Y L I N E E X I S T I N G L I M I T S O F C O N S T R U C T I O N C U R B & G U T T E R S T O R M S E W E R S A N I T A R Y S E W E R W A T E R M A I N | | D R A I N T I L E G A S L I N E U N D E R G R O U N D E L E C T R I C T E L E P H O N E S W A L E F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N O U T L E T R I P R A P B U I L D I N G O V E R H E A D E L E C T R I C F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N I N L E T C O C O L I G H T P O L E E O F E M E R G E N C Y O V E R F L O W S O I L B O R I N G S E L E V G E N E R A L U T I L I T Y N O T E S : B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C900 - DETL.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:31 PM B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 9 0 0 S I T E D E T A I L S B J L B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH CIVIL SITESITE-01 HEAVY DUTY (TRUCK ROUTE)NORMAL DUTYCIVIL SITESITE-04 REINFORCED CONCRETE PAVEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT C I V I L S I T E S I T E - 0 5 S I T E - 1 6 C I V I L S I T E S I T E - 1 7 C I V I L S I T E O U T F A L L C U R B & G U T T E R I N F A L L C U R B & G U T T E R SITE-30 CIVIL SITE SECTION A-A AISOMETRIC A S I T E - 3 3 C I V I L S I T E S I T E - 3 1 C I V I L S I T E E X P A N S I O N J O I N T E X P A N S I O N J O I N T S I T E - 3 7 C I V I L S I T E P E R S P E C T I V E ADA-06 ACCESSIBLITY REQUIRED VEHICLE ID PARKINGFOR VIOLATION UP TO $200 FINEVANACCESSIBLE S I T E - 5 1 C I V I L S I T E C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C900 - DETL.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:31 PM B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 9 0 1 U T I L I T Y D E T A I L S B J L B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH SANITARY SEWERSAN-01 SECTION PLANSANITARY SEWERSAN-09 S A N I T A R Y S E W E R S A N - 1 0 S A N I T A R Y S E W E R S A N - 1 1 S A N I T A R Y S E W E R S A N - 1 4 SANITARY SEWERSAN-16 WATER MAINWAT-03 W A T E R M A I N W A T - 0 4 W A T E R M A I N W A T - 0 5 W A T E R M A I N W A T - 0 6 WATER MAINWAT-09 WATER MAINWAT-13 C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C900 - DETL.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:31 PM B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 9 0 2 U T I L I T Y D E T A I L S B J L B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH STORM SEWERSTM-03 STORM SEWERSTM-04 S T O R M S E W E R S T M - 0 5 S T O R M S E W E R S T M - 0 8 S T O R M S E W E R S T M - 1 2 S T O R M S E W E R S T M - 1 8 B A B A 1 4 R I P R A P A T R C P O U T L E T S C L A S S I I d 5 0 = 6 " C L A S S I I I d 5 0 = 9 " C L A S S I V d 5 0 = 1 2 " D I A . R O U N D P I P E ( I N . ) L ( F T . ) 1 2 " D E P T H R I P R A P ( C U . Y D . ) 1 8 " D E P T H R I P R A P ( C U . Y D . ) 2 4 " D E P T H R I P R A P ( C U . Y D . ) 1 2 8 1 . 3 2 . 1 2 . 6 1 5 8 1 . 7 2 . 9 3 . 5 1 8 1 0 2 . 2 3 . 6 4 . 4 2 1 1 0 2 . 8 4 . 6 5 . 6 2 4 1 2 3 . 5 5 . 8 6 . 9 2 7 1 2 4 . 1 6 . 9 8 . 3 3 0 1 4 5 . 0 8 . 3 9 . 9 3 6 1 6 6 . 6 1 1 . 0 1 3 . 2 4 2 1 8 8 . 2 1 3 . 6 1 6 . 4 4 8 2 0 1 0 . 1 1 6 . 8 2 0 . 1 S T O R M S E W E R S T M - 1 9 C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C900 - DETL.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:31 PM B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 4 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 9 0 3 B M P D E T A I L S B J L B J L 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH GRADINGGRAD-01 GRADINGGRAD-02 G R A D I N G G R A D - 0 4 4 1 4 1 G R A D I N G G R A D - 0 7 G R A D I N G G R A D - 1 1 PROPOSED BMP DESIGN CALCULATIONS: S T O R M W A T E R M A N A G E M E N T B M P - X X CO //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////CO // // // // // ////// / / // // // // // // // // / / / / // // // // // // // / / | | | | | | | | | | P E B L P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N 0 7 / 2 7 / 2 0 P R E L I M L A N D S C A P E # 0 1 D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N P R E L I M J O N A T H A N B L A S E G 0 7 . 2 7 . 2 0 2 0 5 6 7 1 4 2 0 2 3 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 J B J B J B 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH P E B L D E S I G N 3 2 4 3 W i n p a r k D r i v e N e w H o p e , M N 5 5 4 2 7 t : 7 6 3 . 5 4 4 . 8 0 0 2 w w w . p e b l . d e s i g n Scale:011/16" = 1'LANDSCAPE PLANTING PLAN N O T E : 1 . O N L Y P L A N T S T H A T M E E T T H E R E Q U I R E M E N T S F O R T H E C I T Y ' S P O I N T S Y S T E M A R E S H O W N I N T H I S P L A N . 2 . T H I S L A Y O U T S H O U L D E Q U A T E T O 1 1 2 . 5 P O I N T S , E X C E E D I N G T H E R E Q U I R E D 9 0 P O I N T S . MATCH LINE M A T C H L I N E S c a l e : 0 2 1 / 1 6 " = 1 ' L A N D S C A P E P L A N T I N G P L A N EV-104 EV-201EV-201EV-106EV-106EV-106EV-106EV-106 S T - 2 0 1 S T - 1 0 1 S T - 3 0 1 S T - 1 0 1 E V - 3 0 1 E V - 1 0 2 E V - 1 0 2 E V - 3 0 1 E V - 1 0 5 E V - 0 2 0 1 S T - 3 0 1 S T - 2 0 1 O R - 1 0 1 L 1 0 0 P L A N T I N G L A Y O U T : P L A N R E V I E W T R E E , R E F E R T O P L A N T I N G P L A N F O R S P E C I E S , S I Z E A N D L O C A T I O N D O U B L E S T R A N D 1 4 G A . W I R E ( 3 ) P E R T R E E @ 1 2 0 D E G R E E I N T E R V A L S , T Y P I C A L 8 ' S T E E L S T A K E D O U B L E S H R E D D E D H W M U L C H @ 3 " D E P T H . D O N O T P L A C E M U L C H I N C O N T A C T W I T H R O O T F L A R E 2 " x 2 " W O O D S T A K E S E T A T A N G L E P R E P A R E D P L A N T I N G S O I L R O O T B A L L , R E M O V E C A G E A N D P U L L B A C K T O P 1 3 O F B U R L A P A N D T W I N E S U B G R A D E E D G E C O N D I T I O N V A R I E S N O T E : T W O A L T E R N A T E M E T H O D S O F T R E E S T A K I N G A R E I L L U S T R A T E D : I T I S T H E C O N T R A C T O R ' S O P T I O N T O S T A K E T R E E S . H O W E V E R , T H E C O N T R A C T O R I S R E S P O N S I B L E F O R M A I N T A I N I N G T R E E S I N A P L U M B P O S I T I O N T H R O U G H O U T T H E G U A R A N T E E P E R I O D . S C A R I F Y B O T T O M A N D S I D E S O F H O L E P R I O R T O P L A N T I N G 2 x D I A . O F B A L L M I N . F L A G G I N G , 1 P E R W I R E 2 x D I A . O F B A L L M I N . S H R U B , R E F E R T O P L A N T I N G P L A N F O R S P E C I E S , S I Z E A N D L O C A T I O N S U B G R A D E E D G E C O N D I T I O N V A R I E S P R E P A R E D P L A N T I N G S O I L N O T E : H A N D L O O S E N R O O T S O F C O N T A I N E R I Z E D M A T E R I A L , S C A R I F Y B O T T O M A N D S I D E S O F P L A N T I N G P I T P R I O R T O I N S T A L L A T I O N D O U B L E S H R E D D E D H W M U L C H @ 3 " D E P T H . D O N O T P L A C E M U L C H I N C O N T A C T W I T H S H R U B S T E M P R I M A R Y E D G E O F P L A N T I N G B E D SECONDARY EDGE OF PLANTING BED D D D D 1 2 D 12 D P E R E N N I A L O R G R A S S , R E F E R T O P L A N T I N G P L A N F O R S P E C I E S , S I Z E A N D L O C A T I O N S U B G R A D E E D G E C O N D I T I O N V A R I E S P R E P A R E D P L A N T I N G S O I L N O T E : H A N D L O O S E N R O O T S O F C O N T A I N E R I Z E D M A T E R I A L A N D R E M O V E A L L W I R E , P L A S T I C , T A G S A N D / O R S Y N T H E T I C M A T E R I A L F R O M P L A N T S P R I O R T O P L A N T I N G D = T Y P I C A L O N C E N T E R ( O . C . ) S P A C I N G A S I N D I C A T E D I N T H E P L A N T I N G S C H E D U L E D O U B L E S H R E D D E D H W M U L C H @ 3 " D E P T H . D O N O T P L A C E M U L C H I N C O N T A C T W I T H P L A N T S T E M P L A N T C E N T E R , T Y P I C A L 12" MIN P E B L P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N 0 7 / 2 7 / 2 0 P R E L I M L A N D S C A P E # 0 1 D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N P R E L I M J O N A T H A N B L A S E G 0 7 . 2 7 . 2 0 2 0 5 6 7 1 4 2 0 2 3 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 J B J B J B 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH P E B L D E S I G N 3 2 4 3 W i n p a r k D r i v e N e w H o p e , M N 5 5 4 2 7 t : 7 6 3 . 5 4 4 . 8 0 0 2 w w w . p e b l . d e s i g n S c a l e : 0 1 N T S P L A N T I N G D E T A I L : T R E E S c a l e : 0 2 N T S P L A N T I N G D E T A I L : S H R U B S S c a l e : 0 3 N T S P L A N T I N G D E T A I L : F O R B / G R S GENERAL N O T E S 1. REFER TO CIVIL D R A W I N G S F O R G R A D I N G , U T I L I T I E S , E R O S I O N C O N T R O L , HARDCOVER/PARK I N G L A Y O U T , P R O J E C T E X T E N T S / B O U N D A R I E S A N D DISTURBED SOIL R E S T O R A T I O N A R E A S . 2. REFER TO ARCHI T E C T U R A L D R A W I N G S F O R B U I L D I N G I N F O R M A T I O N . 3. CONTRACTOR SH A L L I N S P E C T T H E S I T E A N D B E C O M E F A M I L I A R W I T H EXISTING CONDITI O N S R E L A T I N G T O T H E N A T U R E A N D S C O P E O F W O R K . 4. CONTRACTOR SH A L L V E R I F Y P L A N L A Y O U T A N D B R I N G T O T H E A T T E N T I O N OF THE LANDSCAP E A R C H I T E C T A N Y D I S C R E P A N C I E S W H I C H M A Y COMPROMISE THE D E S I G N O R I N T E N T O F T H E L A Y O U T . 5. CONTRACTOR SH A L L A S S U R E C O M P L I A N C E W I T H A P P L I C A B L E C O D E S A N D REGULATIONS GO V E R N I N G T H E W O R K A N D M A T E R I A L S S U P P L I E D . 6. CONTRACTOR SH A L L P R O T E C T E X I S T I N G R O A D S , C U R B S / G U T T E R S , WALKWAYS, TREE S , L A W N S , A N D O T H E R S I T E F E A T U R E S D E S I G N A T E D T O REMAIN DURING C O N S T R U C T I O N O P E R A T I O N S . D A M A G E T O S A M E S H A L L BE REPAIRED AT N O A D D I T I O N A L C O S T T O T H E O W N E R . 7. CONTRACTOR SH A L L V E R I F Y A L I G N M E N T A N D L O C A T I O N S O F UNDERGROUND A N D A B O V E G R A D E U T I L I T I E S A N D P R O V I D E T H E NECESSARY PROT E C T I O N F O R S A M E B E F O R E C O N S T R U C T I O N B E G I N S . 8. CONTRACTOR SH A L L C O O R D I N A T E T H E P H A S E S O F C O N S T R U C T I O N A N D PLANTING INSTALL A T I O N W I T H O T H E R C O N T R A C T O R S W O R K I N G O N S I T E . 9. UNDERGROUND U T I L I T I E S S H A L L B E I N S T A L L E D S O T H A T T R E N C H E S D O NOT CUT THROUG H R O O T S Y S T E M S O F A N Y E X I S T I N G T R E E S T O R E M A I N . 10. EXISTING CONTO U R S , P A V E M E N T , V E G E T A T I O N , U T I L I T I E S A N D O T H E R FEATURES ARE BA S E D U P O N I N F O R M A T I O N S U P P L I E D T O T H E L A N D S C A P E ARCHITECT BY OT H E R S . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L V E R I F Y D I S C R E P A N C I E S PRIOR TO CONSTR U C T I O N A N D N O T I F Y L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T O F S A M E . 11. CONTRACTOR SH A L L R E V I E W T H E S I T E F O R D E F I C I E N C I E S I N T H E P L A N T MATERIAL SELECT I O N S A N D O T H E R S I T E C O N D I T I O N S W H I C H M I G H T NEGATIVELY AFFE C T P L A N T E S T A B L I S H M E N T , S U R V I V A L O R W A R R A N T Y . UNDESIRABLE PLA N T M A T E R I A L S E L E C T I O N S O R S I T E C O N D I T I O N S S H A L L BE BROUGHT TO T H E A T T E N T I O N O F T H E L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T P R I O R TO BEGINNING OF W O R K . 12. ALL PLANTING B E D S N O T C O N T A I N E D B Y S T R U C T U R E S , C U R B O R P A V I N G MUST BE EDGED W I T H C O M M E R C I A L G R A D E S T E E L E D G I N G ( 5 " H x 3 1 6 " ) . 13. ALL EXISTING TR E E S T O B E S A V E D A N D P R O T E C T E D ( S E E L 0 0 0 ) ( E X I S T I N G TREES ARE DRAW N A T N O R M A L M A T U R E C R O W N D I A M E T E R A N D T H I S DOES NOT REFLE C T E X I S T I N G C R O W N S I Z E S , S E E S U R V E Y ) . PLANTING N O T E S 1. PROPOSED PLA N T M A T E R I A L S H A L L C O M P L Y W I T H T H E L A T E S T E D I T I O N OF THE AMERICA N S T A N D A R D F O R N U R S E R Y S T O C K . U N L E S S N O T E D OTHERWISE, DEC I D U O U S S H R U B S S H A L L H A V E A T L E A S T 5 C A N E S A T THE SPECIFIED H E I G H T . O R N A M E N T A L T R E E S S H A L L H A V E N O ' V ' CROTCHES AND S H A L L B E G I N B R A N C H I N G N O L O W E R T H A N 3 ' F E E T ABOVE THE ROO T B A L L . S T R E E T A N D B O U L E V A R D T R E E S S H A L L B E G I N G BRANCHING NO L O W E R T H A N 6 ' F E E T A B O V E F I N I S H E D G R A D E . 2. EXISTING BLVD T R E E S T O B E F E N C E D O F F A N D P R O T E C T E D D U R I N G CONSTRUCTION3. ALL PLANT MAT E R I A L S H A L L B E W A R R A N T I E D B Y T H E C O N T R A C T O R F O R A PERIOD OF ON E Y E A R A F T E R O W N E R / A R C H I T E C T ' S W R I T T E N ACCEPTANCE. AN Y A C T S O F V A N D A L I S M O R D A M A G E W H I C H M A Y OCCUR PRIOR TO T H E A R C H I T E C T ' S W R I T T E N A C C E P T A N C E S H A L L B E THE RESPONSIBI L I T Y O F T H E C O N T R A C T O R . 4. NO PLANTS SHA L L B E I N S T A L L E D U N T I L F I N A L G R A D I N G A N D CONSTRUCTION H A S B E E N C O M P L E T E D I N T H E I M M E D I A T E A R E A 5. PROVIDE A MINI M U M O F 4 I N C H E S O F T O P S O I L F O R A L L T U R F A N D SEEDED AREAS. P R O V I D E A M I N I M U M O F 1 2 I N C H E S O F P L A N T I N G S O I L CONSISTING OF 1 / 3 T O P S O I L , 1 / 3 S A N D , A N D 1 / 3 C O M P O S T I N A L L S H R U B AND PERENNIAL B E D S . 6. ALL PROPOSED P L A N T S S H A L L B E S T A K E D A S S H O W N O N T H E DRAWINGS AND/ O R A S D I R E C T E D I N T H E F I E L D B Y T H E A R C H I T E C T . T H E ARCHITECT MUST A P P R O V E A L L S T A K I N G L O C A T I O N S O F P L A N T MATERIAL PRIOR T O A N Y D I G G I N G . 7. ALL PLANT MAT E R I A L S T O B E I N S T A L L E D P E R P L A N T I N G D E T A I L S . 8. WRAP ALL DECI D U O U S T R E E S F R O M T H E G R O U N D T O T H E F I R S T BRANCH. WRAPPI N G M A T E R I A L S H A L L B E Q U A L I T Y , H E A V Y WATERPROOF C R E P E P A P E R M A N U F A C T U R E D F O R T H I S P U R P O S E . WRAP ALL DECID U O U S T R E E S P L A N T E D I N T H E F A L L P R I O R T O DECEMBER 1ST A N D R E M O V E A L L W R A P P I N G A F T E R M A Y 1 S T . 9. ALL PLANT MAT E R I A L S H A L L B E C L E A R L Y I D E N T I F I E D ( C O M M O N O R LATIN NOMENCLA T U R E ) W I T H A P L A S T I C T A G W H I C H S H A L L N O T B E REMOVED PRIOR T O T H E A R C H I T E C T ' S A P P R O V A L . 10. APPLY PRE-EME R G E N T H E R B I C I D E ( P R E E N O R A P P R O V E D E Q ) I N A L L PLANTING BEDS F O L L O W E D B Y 3 " O F D O U B L E S H R E D D E D H A R D W O O D MULCH TOPPING U N L E S S O T H E R W I S E N O T E D . 11. ALL SEEDED AR E A S A N D P L A N T I N G S W I T H I N T H E P R O J E C T S C O P E M U S T BE IRRIGATED OR W A T E R E D V I A T E M P O R A R Y H O S E B I B S T H R O U G H T H E ESTABLISHMENT P E R I O D . T U R F / S O D N O T E S 1 . S O D A L L A R E A S D I S T U R B E D D U E T O C O N S T R U C T I O N A C T I V I T Y A N D G R A D I N G U N L E S S N O T E D O T H E R W I S E 2 . W H E R E S O D A B U T S P A V E D S U R F A C E S , F I N I S H E D G R A D E O F S O D / S E E D S H A L L B E H E L D 1 " B E L O W S U R F A C E E L E V A T I O N O F T R A I L , S L A B , C U R B E T C . 3 . S O D S H A L L B E L A I D P A R A L L E L T O T H E C O N T O U R S A N D S H A L L H A V E S T A G G E R E D J O I N T S . O N S L O P E S S T E E P E R T H A N 3 : 1 O R D R A I N A G E S W A L E S , S O D S H A L L B E S T A K E D S E C U R E L Y . 4 . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L W A T E R S O D T H O R O U G H L Y I M M E D I A T E L Y A F T E R I N S T A L L A T I O N . T H E N W A T E R S O D D A I L Y F O R T H E F I R S T 3 0 D A Y S F O L L O W I N G I N T A L L A T I O N . I R R I G A T I O N N O T E S 1 . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L B E R E S P O N S I B L E F O R P R O V I D I N G A N I R R I G A T I O N L A Y O U T P L A N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S A S P A R T O F T H E S C O P E O F W O R K W H E N B I D D I N G . T H E S E S H A L L B E A P P R O V E D B Y T H E L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T P R I O R T O O R D E R A N D / O R I N S T A L L A T I O N . I T S H A L L B E T H E L A N D S C A P E C O N T R A C T O R ' S R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y T O E N S U R E T H A T S O D D E D / S E E D A N D P L A N T E D A R E A S A R E I R R I G A T E D P R O P E R L Y , I N C L U D I N G T H O S E A R E A S D I R E C T L Y A R O U N D A N D A B U T T I N G B U I L D I N G F O U N D A T I O N . 2 . S H R U B S A N D P E R E N N I A L B E D S T O B E I R R I G A T E D W I T H D R I P I R R I G A T I O N . S O D T O B E I R R I G A T E D W I T H S P R A Y . R A I N G A R D E N S N O T T O B E I R R I G A T E D . 3 . L A N D S C A P E C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L P R O V I D E T H E O W N E R W I T H A W A T E R I N G / L A W N I R R I G A T I O N S C H E D U L E A P P R O P R I A T E T O T H E P R O J E C T S I T E C O N D I T I O N S A N D T O P L A N T M A T E R I A L S G R O W T H R E Q U I R E M E N T S . 4 . L A N D S C A P E C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L E N S U R E T H A T S O I L C O N D I T I O N S A N D C O M P A C T I O N A R E A D E Q U A T E T O A L L O W F O R P R O P E R D R A I N A G E A R O U N D T H E C O N S T R U C T I O N S I T E . U N D E S I R A B L E C O N D I T I O N S S H A L L B E B R O U G H T T O T H E A T T E N T I O N O F T H E L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T P R I O R T O B E G I N N I N G O F W O R K . I T S H A L L B E T H E L A N D S C A P E C O N T R A C T O R ' S R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y T O E N S U R E P R O P E R S U R F A C E A N D S U B S U R F A C E D R A I N A G E I N A L L P L A N T I N G A R E A S . 5 . C O O R D I N A T E I R R I G A T I O N S L E E V I N G L O C A T I O N S W I T H G E N E R A L C O N T R A C T O R . 6 . R A I N S E N S O R S T O B E I N C L U D E D W I T H I N T H E I R R I G A T I O N D E S I G N . 7 . I R R I G A T I O N L I M I T S T O E X T E N D T O S T R E E T B A C K O F C U R B . I R R I G A T I O N S H A L L N O T O V E R S P R A Y P U B L I C S I D E W A L K S O R P A V E D S U R F A C E S . L 2 0 0 P L A N T I N G D E T A I L S 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Tri-Plex Development STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. For Cedar Partners, LLC. June 12, 2020 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a Licensed Professional Engineer under the laws of the state of Minnesota. Signature: __________________________________ Date: __06/12/2020_______ Benjamin Lucas, PE License No. 54265 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN 1 CONTENTS Background ............................................................................................................................................................ 2 Stormwater Management Plan ............................................................................................................................... 2 Existing Condition Calculations ............................................................................................................................... 2 Proposed Condition Calculations ............................................................................................................................ 3 Runoff Rate Control ............................................................................................................................................... 3 Volume Control ...................................................................................................................................................... 3 Water Quality ......................................................................................................................................................... 5 Sediment & Erosion Control ................................................................................................................................... 5 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................................................. 5 APPENDIX A: Drainage Area Exhibits ...................................................................................................................... A APPENDIX B: HydroCAD Model Results ................................................................................................................... B APPENDIX C: MIDS Calculator Results ..................................................................................................................... C APPENDIX D: Geotechnical Evaluation Reports ...................................................................................................... D 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2 BACKGROUND The proposed 6000 Brooklyn Boulevard Tri-Plex development project is located at the 6000 block of Brooklyn Boulevard and 61 st Ave N in the City of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota (“Site”). The project will consist of developing the four properties on the 6000 block into seven Tri-Plex buildings parking, sidewalks, utilities, stormwater treatment systems and landscaping. The Site is in the City of Brooklyn Center (“City) and also within the boundaries of the Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission (“SCWMC”) and is subject to its stormwater regulations. The SCWMC is the Local Governing Unit (LGU) for stormwater permitting. The stormwater management for this site has been designed to comply with the stormwater management rule and the MPCA’s current NPDES/SDS Construction Stormwater General Permit. Rate Control: Runoff rates for the proposed activity shall not exceed existing runoff rates for Atlas 14 2-, 10- and 100-yr critical storm events (SCWMC Rule 3.b). Volume Control: The first one inch of rainfall from the site’s impervious surface shall be abstracted from the site and completely drawn down within 48 hours (MPCA 15.4 & SCWMC Rule 3.h.2) . Water Quality: The SCWMC Rule 3.g requires that permanent stormwater treatment systems must remove at least 85% of total suspended solids (TSS) and 60% of phosphorus (TP) shall be removed to the maximum extent possible before discharging runoff from the Site. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN The following document is intended to explain the existing and proposed stormwater management within the construction limits of the site project located at the intersection of 61 st Ave N and Brooklyn Boulevard in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. The construction limits account for 1.65 acres of the site, encompassing the planned limits for constructing the new building and utilities. See Appendix A for the Drainage Maps with construction limits. Existing Site conditions show that there is no stormwater management on-site. The existing topography of the Site consists of an approximate vertical change of up to 2 feet from the west property line to the east property line (Brooklyn Boulevard). There is currently no development on the 4 properties within the construction limits and no installed stormwater management. Proposed impervious coverage will include the seven Tri-Plex buildings, on-site parking, drive lanes, and concrete pathways. Proposed BMPs include an oversized perforated storage pipes, infiltration basins and vegetated filter strips that provide stormwater storage and rate control and treatment. We analyzed the existing and preliminary proposed Site hydrology using HydroCAD. To estimate existing and proposed runoff rates, runoff volume, and water quality, we performed hydrology modeling for the existing and proposed Site. We divided the Site into drainage boundaries, input land use, soils information, surface storage, and precipitation depths corresponding to the required design storms. EXISTING CONDITION CALCULATIONS The existing Site is undeveloped and does not include any impervious coverage within the Construction Limits. There are no existing stormwater BMPs within the construction limits, the runoff surface drains to the west lot line and eastern bordering public street where it enters the City storm sewer through catch basin inlets. The underlying soils on this Site are assumed to be loam sand type soils across the site. These soils are typically classified as Type A soils with and estimated infiltration rate of 0.80 inches/hour according to the Web Soil Survey online resource. Refer to the soils map from Web Soil Survey in Appendix D for more information, a full 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN 3 geotechnical exploration of the Site will be completed after this report and plan set have been submitted to the City for Preliminary PUD review. An existing drainage area exhibit is included in Appendix A for reference. PROPOSED CONDITION CALCULATIONS The proposed Tri-Plex development will add approximately 37,462 square feet of new impervious surfaces to the Site. The proposed stormwater management design utilizes a treatment train approach, combining three different BMP’s to treat the runoff before leaving the site. Runoff that drains to the front yards will surface drain across 10’ wide vegetated filter strips that are 1.5’ deep with an 80/20 sand section mix. After the filter strips, the runoff will be collected by catch basin inlets and routed to Infiltration Basin A, which is a smaller basin with 3:1 side slopes that will allow some of the required water quality volume to be infiltrated. Once the runoff volume reaches the basin’s overflow, the water will be collected in a run of oversized perforated N-12 storm pipes that will also promote infiltration until the overflow depth is reached. The final BMP is another infiltration basin constructed with Versa-Lok retaining walls to provide enough volume to slow down the largest storm events. The stormwater runoff from the Tri-Plex unit’s backyard will filter through a 5’ wide vegetated filter strip before flowing into the storm sewer inlets along Brooklyn Boulevard. The infiltration basins and oversized perforated pipes have been designed with enough storage to account for the design rain events and the SCWMC volume control requirement. Storm sewer pipes have been designed to collect surface runoff from the parking lot surface, concrete sidewalks and landscaped areas and routed to the BMPs. The vegetated filter strips will provide some pretreatment before the stormwater runoff is collected in an adjacent catch basin inlet. The storm sewer has been sized to handle the 10-YR design storm, with a minimum pipe size of 12”, and minimum pipe velocity of 3 feet per second and a minimum slope of 0.3%. Existing drainage patterns in the ROW around the proposed building will be maintained when tying the proposed grades back into the existing ground elevations, see Proposed Drainage Areas Exhibit in Appendix A. RUNOFF RATE CONTROL To provide enough peak flow retention for the 2-, 10-, and 100-year events, a series of infiltration basins and oversized storage pipes have been proposed. By capturing and retaining stormwater runoff from the proposed parking spaces and drive aisle & sidewalk areas, the peak off-site discharge is attenuated below the existing runoff rates as required by the City and SCWMC. Table 1 shows the shows the total peak rates within the Site. Please note, the preliminary design does not meet rate control requirements by 0.10 cfs, this will be revised and corrected as design progresses. Table 1 Total Peak Runoff Rates 1 See Appendix B HydroCAD report: Existing. 2 See Appendix B HydroCAD report: Proposed. VOLUME CONTROL The proposed infiltration basins and oversized perforated storage pipes for this project are designed with the to collectively meet the required water quality storage volume. The outlet control structures will retain the required Rainfall Event (24 hour-Atlas 14) Existing Runoff Rate (cfs) 1 Proposed Runoff Rate (cfs) 2 2-yr 0.00 0.00 10 -yr 0.01 0.00 100 -yr 0.98 1.08 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN 4 water quality volume will control the discharge rate through an orifice or a weir wall overflow. The water quality volume is assumed to be an instantaneous volume between the bottom elevation of the BMP and the invert of the controlling outlet. See the calculations below for the volume retention for the Site’s BMPs: . ! "#,"% . ! ", " The design volumes of the proposed BMP’s are as follows: Infiltration Basin A: Bottom of Basin 857.70 feet Top of Basin 860.70 feet 27” Grate 859.70 feet WQV (Volume between grate and bottom) 1,281 cubic feet 100-yr Peak Elevation 859.94 feet Lowest Opening Elevation 860.79 feet Infiltration Basin B: Bottom of Basin 855.50 feet Top of Basin 861.50 feet 27” Grate 860.00 feet 6” Orifice 858.70 feet WQV (Volume between orifice and bottom) 4,541 cubic feet Weir Wall Elevation 860.00 feet 100-yr Peak Elevation 859.45 feet Lowest Opening Elevation 860.79 feet Oversized Storage Pipe: Bottom of Sand Section 854.50 feet Bottom of Pipe 855.00 feet Top of Pipe 858.50 feet Top of Sand Section 859.00 feet Weir Wall Elevation 857.70 feet WQV (Volume between weir wall and bottom) 2,091 cubic feet 100-yr Peak Elevation 859.03 feet Lowest Opening Elevation 860.79 feet Front Yard Filter Strips: Typical Bottom of Sand Filter 858.50 feet Typical Top of Sand Filter 860.00 feet Total WQV (Volume of 4 sand filters) 1,154 cubic feet 100-yr Peak Elevation 859.19 feet Lowest Opening Elevation 860.79 feet Back Yard Filter Strips: Typical Bottom of Sand Filter 858.50 feet Typical Top of Sand Filter 860.00 feet Total WQV (Volume of 7 sand filters) 1,197 cubic feet 100-yr Peak Elevation 859.19 feet Lowest Opening Elevation 860.79 feet 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN 5 WATER QUALITY The MIDS calculator was used to show that the proposed stormwater BMPs meet the TSS and TP removal requirements from the MPCA & SCWMC. The first 1.0” of stormwater runoff will be routed through vegetated filter strips in the front or back yards first to provide sediment and phosphorus removal before entering the infiltration basins or oversized storage pipes, which will infiltrate the majority of the runoff from the smaller storms. The table below shows the expected removal percentages for the proposed chamber system, the stormwater quality unit, and the Site overall. The MIDS Calculator Results are provided in Appendix C for reference. Table 4 Water Quality Calculation Results SEDIMENT & EROSION CONTROL The final Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (“SWPPP”) and an Operations & Maintenance Agreement (“O&M”) will be prepared as part of the construction documents and updated as required in the NPDES General Construction Permit. During construction, erosion control measures such as silt fence, erosion control blankets, inlet protection, dust control, rock construction entrance and concrete washout areas will be implemented per the SWPPP. Permanent BMPs such as the storage pipes, infiltration basins, vegetated filter strips, and established turf cover & swales will be properly constructed per the SWPPP and maintained as agreed upon in the O&M. CONCLUSION The proposed stormwater management plan for the Tri-Plex development project for the 6000 Brooklyn Boulevard properties will implement stormwater best management practices, providing adequate retention and treatment for the site to meet the City of Brooklyn Center and Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission requirements for rate control, volume control and water quality standards. The proposed stormwater management plan for the Site consists of the following stormwater BMPs: oversize storage pipes, infiltration basins, vegetated filter strips, and natural landscaping. The Site was modeled using HydroCAD for the existing and proposed 2-, 10-, and 100-year storm events to confirm that the project meets the stormwater rate requirements for the City of Brooklyn Center and Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission. Our findings indicate the Site will successfully achieve the goals for peak runoff rate, volume control and water quality. BMP Name Annual TSS Removed (%) Annual TP Removed (%) Infiltration Basin A 96 96 Infiltration Basin B 100 100 Oversized Perf. Storage Pipes 100 100 Front Yard Filter Strips 100 100 Back Yard Filter Strips 100 100 Overall Site 100 100 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN A APPENDIX A: DRAINAGE AREA EXHIBITS SDSDSDSD S D S D S D SD S D WWWWWWWWWWW W W W W W W W WW W WW S A N S A N S A N S A N S A N S A N S A N S A N S A N S A N S A N S A N 2X 1X3X4XCADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200504 - 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD 8 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\DRN-BASE.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:2 PLOT DATE: 6/12/2020 9:07 AM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . 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A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) 2 O F 2 D R A I N A G E M A P - P R O P O S E D C O N D I T I O N S S U B C A T C H M E N T L E G E N D X P O N D X D R A I N A G E B O U N D A R Y F L O W D I R E C T I O N T c L E N G T H B J L B J L 0 6 / 1 2 / 2 0 2 0 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 2 0 0 5 0 4 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN B APPENDIX B: HYDROCAD MODEL RESULTS 1X TO NW 2X TO BROOKLYN BLVD 3X TO WEST 4X TO SW 5L EXISTING Routing Diagram for 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc., Printed 6/11/2020 HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Subcat Reach Pond Link 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 2HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Area Listing (selected nodes) Area (acres) CN Description (subcatchment-numbers) 1.555 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A (1X, 2X, 3X, 4X) 1.555 39 TOTAL AREA 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 3HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Soil Listing (selected nodes) Area (acres) Soil Group Subcatchment Numbers 1.555 HSG A 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X 0.000 HSG B 0.000 HSG C 0.000 HSG D 0.000 Other 1.555 TOTAL AREA 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 4HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Ground Covers (selected nodes) HSG-A (acres) HSG-B (acres) HSG-C (acres) HSG-D (acres) Other (acres) Total (acres) Ground Cover Subcatchment Numbers 1.555 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.555 >75% Grass cover, Good 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X 1.555 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.555 TOTAL AREA 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 5HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 1X: TO NW [45] Hint: Runoff=Zero Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Depth= 0.00" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 5,981 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 5,981 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 1X: TO NW Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=5,981 sf Runoff Volume=0.000 af Runoff Depth=0.00" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 6HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 2X: TO BROOKLYN BLVD [45] Hint: Runoff=Zero Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Depth= 0.00" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 21,718 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 21,718 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 2X: TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=21,718 sf Runoff Volume=0.000 af Runoff Depth=0.00" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 7HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 3X: TO WEST [45] Hint: Runoff=Zero Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Depth= 0.00" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 16,182 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 16,182 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 3X: TO WEST Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=16,182 sf Runoff Volume=0.000 af Runoff Depth=0.00" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 8HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 4X: TO SW [45] Hint: Runoff=Zero Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Depth= 0.00" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 23,840 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 23,840 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 4X: TO SW Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=23,840 sf Runoff Volume=0.000 af Runoff Depth=0.00" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 9HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Link 5L: EXISTING Inflow Area = 1.555 ac, 0.00% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.00" for 2-yr event Inflow = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Atten= 0%, Lag= 0.0 min Primary outflow = Inflow, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Link 5L: EXISTING Inflow Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 Inflow Area=1.555 ac 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 10HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 1X: TO NW Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 13.56 hrs, Volume= 0.001 af, Depth= 0.08" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 5,981 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 5,981 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 1X: TO NW Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=5,981 sf Runoff Volume=0.001 af Runoff Depth=0.08" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 11HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 2X: TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 13.56 hrs, Volume= 0.003 af, Depth= 0.08" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 21,718 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 21,718 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 2X: TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.005 0.005 0.005 0.004 0.004 0.004 0.004 0.004 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.000 0.000 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=21,718 sf Runoff Volume=0.003 af Runoff Depth=0.08" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 12HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 3X: TO WEST Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 13.56 hrs, Volume= 0.002 af, Depth= 0.08" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 16,182 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 16,182 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 3X: TO WEST Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.004 0.004 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.000 0.000 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=16,182 sf Runoff Volume=0.002 af Runoff Depth=0.08" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 13HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 4X: TO SW Runoff = 0.01 cfs @ 13.56 hrs, Volume= 0.004 af, Depth= 0.08" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 23,840 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 23,840 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 4X: TO SW Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.005 0.005 0.004 0.004 0.003 0.003 0.002 0.002 0.001 0.001 0.000 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=23,840 sf Runoff Volume=0.004 af Runoff Depth=0.08" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.01 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 14HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Link 5L: EXISTING Inflow Area = 1.555 ac, 0.00% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.08" for 10-yr event Inflow = 0.01 cfs @ 13.56 hrs, Volume= 0.010 af Primary = 0.01 cfs @ 13.56 hrs, Volume= 0.010 af, Atten= 0%, Lag= 0.0 min Primary outflow = Inflow, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Link 5L: EXISTING Inflow Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.016 0.015 0.014 0.013 0.012 0.011 0.01 0.009 0.008 0.007 0.006 0.005 0.004 0.003 0.002 0.001 0 Inflow Area=1.555 ac 0.01 cfs 0.01 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 15HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 1X: TO NW Runoff = 0.09 cfs @ 12.19 hrs, Volume= 0.011 af, Depth= 0.94" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 5,981 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 5,981 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 1X: TO NW Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.095 0.09 0.085 0.08 0.075 0.07 0.065 0.06 0.055 0.05 0.045 0.04 0.035 0.03 0.025 0.02 0.015 0.01 0.005 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=5,981 sf Runoff Volume=0.011 af Runoff Depth=0.94" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.09 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 16HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 2X: TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff = 0.31 cfs @ 12.19 hrs, Volume= 0.039 af, Depth= 0.94" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 21,718 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 21,718 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 2X: TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.34 0.32 0.3 0.28 0.26 0.24 0.22 0.2 0.18 0.16 0.14 0.12 0.1 0.08 0.06 0.04 0.02 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=21,718 sf Runoff Volume=0.039 af Runoff Depth=0.94" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.31 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 17HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 3X: TO WEST Runoff = 0.23 cfs @ 12.19 hrs, Volume= 0.029 af, Depth= 0.94" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 16,182 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 16,182 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 3X: TO WEST Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.26 0.25 0.24 0.23 0.22 0.21 0.2 0.19 0.18 0.17 0.16 0.15 0.14 0.13 0.12 0.11 0.1 0.09 0.08 0.07 0.06 0.05 0.04 0.03 0.02 0.01 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=16,182 sf Runoff Volume=0.029 af Runoff Depth=0.94" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.23 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 18HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 4X: TO SW Runoff = 0.34 cfs @ 12.19 hrs, Volume= 0.043 af, Depth= 0.94" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 23,840 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 23,840 100.00% Pervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 4X: TO SW Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.38 0.36 0.34 0.32 0.3 0.28 0.26 0.24 0.22 0.2 0.18 0.16 0.14 0.12 0.1 0.08 0.06 0.04 0.02 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=23,840 sf Runoff Volume=0.043 af Runoff Depth=0.94" Tc=10.0 min CN=39 0.34 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Existing 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn Blv MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/11/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 19HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Link 5L: EXISTING Inflow Area = 1.555 ac, 0.00% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.94" for 100-yr event Inflow = 0.98 cfs @ 12.19 hrs, Volume= 0.122 af Primary = 0.98 cfs @ 12.19 hrs, Volume= 0.122 af, Atten= 0%, Lag= 0.0 min Primary outflow = Inflow, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Link 5L: EXISTING Inflow Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 Inflow Area=1.555 ac 0.98 cfs 0.98 cfs 1S TO N BASIN 2S NW DRIVE LANE 3S NORTH FRONT LAWNS 4S REAR LAWNS TO BROOKLYN BLVD 5S S FRONT LAWNS AND DRIVE LANE 1P INF BASIN A 2P INF BASIN B 3P STORAGE PIPE 4P FILTER STRIP 5P FILTER STRIP 7L PROPOSED Routing Diagram for 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc., Printed 6/12/2020 HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Subcat Reach Pond Link 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 21HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Area Listing (selected nodes) Area (acres) CN Description (subcatchment-numbers) 0.697 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A (1S, 2S, 3S, 4S, 5S) 0.857 98 Paved parking, HSG A (1S, 2S, 3S, 4S, 5S) 1.555 72 TOTAL AREA 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 22HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Soil Listing (selected nodes) Area (acres) Soil Group Subcatchment Numbers 1.555 HSG A 1S, 2S, 3S, 4S, 5S 0.000 HSG B 0.000 HSG C 0.000 HSG D 0.000 Other 1.555 TOTAL AREA 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 23HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Ground Covers (selected nodes) HSG-A (acres) HSG-B (acres) HSG-C (acres) HSG-D (acres) Other (acres) Total (acres) Ground Cover Subcatchment Numbers 0.697 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.697 >75% Grass cover, Good 1S, 2S, 3S, 4S, 5S 0.857 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.857 Paved parking 1S, 2S, 3S, 4S, 5S 1.555 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.555 TOTAL AREA 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 24HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pipe Listing (selected nodes) Line# Node Number In-Invert (feet) Out-Invert (feet) Length (feet) Slope (ft/ft) n Diam/Width (inches) Height (inches) Inside-Fill (inches) 1 1P 855.00 855.00 10.0 0.0000 0.011 12.0 0.0 0.0 2 2P 855.81 855.39 23.6 0.0178 0.011 12.0 0.0 0.0 3 3P 857.25 857.00 62.0 0.0040 0.011 12.0 0.0 0.0 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 25HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 1S: TO N BASIN Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 23.99 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Depth= 0.00" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 180 98 Paved parking, HSG A 3,210 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 3,390 42 Weighted Average 3,210 94.69% Pervious Area 180 5.31% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 1S: TO N BASIN Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=3,390 sf Runoff Volume=0.000 af Runoff Depth=0.00" Tc=10.0 min CN=42 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 26HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 2S: NW DRIVE LANE Runoff = 0.74 cfs @ 12.09 hrs, Volume= 0.047 af, Depth= 2.22" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 10,316 98 Paved parking, HSG A 837 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 11,153 94 Weighted Average 837 7.50% Pervious Area 10,316 92.50% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 2S: NW DRIVE LANE Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.8 0.75 0.7 0.65 0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=11,153 sf Runoff Volume=0.047 af Runoff Depth=2.22" Tc=10.0 min CN=94 0.74 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 27HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 3S: NORTH FRONT LAWNS Runoff = 0.08 cfs @ 12.17 hrs, Volume= 0.009 af, Depth= 0.38" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 5,288 98 Paved parking, HSG A 7,466 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 12,754 63 Weighted Average 7,466 58.54% Pervious Area 5,288 41.46% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 3S: NORTH FRONT LAWNS Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.09 0.085 0.08 0.075 0.07 0.065 0.06 0.055 0.05 0.045 0.04 0.035 0.03 0.025 0.02 0.015 0.01 0.005 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=12,754 sf Runoff Volume=0.009 af Runoff Depth=0.38" Tc=10.0 min CN=63 0.08 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 28HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 4S: REAR LAWNS TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff = 0.15 cfs @ 12.16 hrs, Volume= 0.016 af, Depth= 0.41" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 8,892 98 Paved parking, HSG A 11,755 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 20,647 64 Weighted Average 11,755 56.93% Pervious Area 8,892 43.07% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 4S: REAR LAWNS TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.17 0.16 0.15 0.14 0.13 0.12 0.11 0.1 0.09 0.08 0.07 0.06 0.05 0.04 0.03 0.02 0.01 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=20,647 sf Runoff Volume=0.016 af Runoff Depth=0.41" Tc=10.0 min CN=64 0.15 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 29HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 5S: S FRONT LAWNS AND DRIVE LANE Runoff = 0.55 cfs @ 12.11 hrs, Volume= 0.037 af, Depth= 0.98" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Area (sf) CN Description 12,674 98 Paved parking, HSG A 7,103 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 19,777 77 Weighted Average 7,103 35.92% Pervious Area 12,674 64.08% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 5S: S FRONT LAWNS AND DRIVE LANE Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87" Runoff Area=19,777 sf Runoff Volume=0.037 af Runoff Depth=0.98" Tc=10.0 min CN=77 0.55 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 30HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Inflow Area = 0.454 ac, 64.08% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.98" for 2-yr event Inflow = 0.55 cfs @ 12.11 hrs, Volume= 0.037 af Outflow = 0.02 cfs @ 16.61 hrs, Volume= 0.037 af, Atten= 97%, Lag= 270.1 min Discarded = 0.02 cfs @ 16.61 hrs, Volume= 0.037 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Secondary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Peak Elev= 859.44' @ 16.61 hrs Surf.Area= 922 sf Storage= 1,026 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 757.8 min calculated for 0.037 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 757.5 min ( 1,612.0 - 854.5 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 857.70' 2,312 cf Custom Stage Data (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 857.70 303 0 0 858.70 614 459 459 859.70 1,031 823 1,281 860.70 1,031 1,031 2,312 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 855.00'12.0" Round Culvert L= 10.0' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 855.00' / 855.00' S= 0.0000 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 859.70'27.0" Horiz. Grate C= 0.600 Limited to weir flow at low heads #3 Secondary 860.00'5.0' long x 5.0' breadth EOF Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 Coef. (English) 2.34 2.50 2.70 2.68 2.68 2.66 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.67 2.66 2.68 2.70 2.74 2.79 2.88 #4 Discarded 857.70'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.02 cfs @ 16.61 hrs HW=859.44' (Free Discharge) 4=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.02 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=857.70' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert (Passes 0.00 cfs of 5.61 cfs potential flow) 2=Grate ( Controls 0.00 cfs) Secondary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=857.70' (Free Discharge) 3=EOF ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 31HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Secondary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 Inflow Area=0.454 ac Peak Elev=859.44' Storage=1,026 cf 0.55 cfs 0.02 cfs 0.02 cfs 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 2,2002,0001,8001,6001,4001,2001,0008006004002000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 858 Custom Stage Data 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 32HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 2P: INF BASIN B Inflow Area = 1.081 ac, 60.45% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.00" for 2-yr event Inflow = 0.00 cfs @ 23.99 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Outflow = 0.00 cfs @ 24.09 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Atten= 20%, Lag= 6.0 min Discarded = 0.00 cfs @ 24.09 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Secondary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 855.50' @ 24.09 hrs Surf.Area= 1,419 sf Storage= 0 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 53.8 min calculated for 0.000 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 54.0 min ( 1,428.6 - 1,374.6 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 855.50' 8,514 cf Custom Stage Data (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 855.50 1,419 0 0 858.50 1,419 4,257 4,257 859.50 1,419 1,419 5,676 860.50 1,419 1,419 7,095 861.50 1,419 1,419 8,514 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 855.81'12.0" Round Culvert L= 23.6' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 855.81' / 855.39' S= 0.0178 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 858.70'6.0" Vert. Orifice C= 0.600 #3 Device 1 860.00'4.0' long Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir 2 End Contraction(s) #4 Device 1 860.00'27.0" Horiz. Grate C= 0.600 Limited to weir flow at low heads #5 Secondary 860.50'2.0' long x 5.0' breadth EOF Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 Coef. (English) 2.34 2.50 2.70 2.68 2.68 2.66 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.67 2.66 2.68 2.70 2.74 2.79 2.88 #6 Discarded 855.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 33HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 24.09 hrs HW=855.50' (Free Discharge) 6=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=855.50' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 2=Orifice ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 3=Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 4=Grate ( Controls 0.00 cfs) Secondary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=855.50' (Free Discharge) 5=EOF ( Controls 0.00 cfs) Pond 2P: INF BASIN B Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Secondary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Inflow Area=1.081 ac Peak Elev=855.50' Storage=0 cf 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 34HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 2P: INF BASIN B Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 8,5008,0007,5007,0006,5006,0005,5005,0004,5004,0003,5003,0002,5002,0001,5001,0005000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 861 860 859 858 857 856 Custom Stage Data 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 35HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE [79] Warning: Submerged Pond 1P Primary device # 1 by 1.55' Inflow Area = 1.003 ac, 64.73% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.57" for 2-yr event Inflow = 0.74 cfs @ 12.09 hrs, Volume= 0.047 af Outflow = 0.02 cfs @ 10.90 hrs, Volume= 0.047 af, Atten= 97%, Lag= 0.0 min Discarded = 0.02 cfs @ 10.90 hrs, Volume= 0.047 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 856.55' @ 14.71 hrs Surf.Area= 0.027 ac Storage= 0.028 af Plug-Flow detention time= 525.2 min calculated for 0.047 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 525.1 min ( 1,317.0 - 792.0 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1A 854.50' 0.035 af 6.50'W x 183.00'L x 4.50'H Field A 0.123 af Overall - 0.037 af Embedded = 0.086 af x 40.0% Voids #2A 855.00' 0.029 af ADS N-12 36" x 9 Inside #1 Inside= 36.1"W x 36.1"H => 7.10 sf x 20.00'L = 142.0 cf Outside= 42.0"W x 42.0"H => 8.86 sf x 20.00'L = 177.2 cf 0.064 af Total Available Storage Storage Group A created with Chamber Wizard Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 857.25'12.0" Round Culvert L= 62.0' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 857.25' / 857.00' S= 0.0040 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 857.70'4.0' long Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir 2 End Contraction(s) #3 Discarded 854.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.02 cfs @ 10.90 hrs HW=854.55' (Free Discharge) 3=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.02 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=854.50' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 2=Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 36HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE - Chamber Wizard Field A Chamber Model = ADS N-12 36" (ADS N-12® Pipe) Inside= 36.1"W x 36.1"H => 7.10 sf x 20.00'L = 142.0 cf Outside= 42.0"W x 42.0"H => 8.86 sf x 20.00'L = 177.2 cf 9 Chambers/Row x 20.00' Long = 180.00' Row Length +18.0" End Stone x 2 = 183.00' Base Length 1 Rows x 42.0" Wide + 18.0" Side Stone x 2 = 6.50' Base Width 6.0" Base + 42.0" Chamber Height + 6.0" Cover = 4.50' Field Height 9 Chambers x 142.0 cf = 1,278.0 cf Chamber Storage 9 Chambers x 177.2 cf = 1,595.0 cf Displacement 5,352.7 cf Field - 1,595.0 cf Chambers = 3,757.8 cf Stone x 40.0% Voids = 1,503.1 cf Stone Storage Chamber Storage + Stone Storage = 2,781.1 cf = 0.064 af Overall Storage Efficiency = 52.0% Overall System Size = 183.00' x 6.50' x 4.50' 9 Chambers 198.2 cy Field 139.2 cy Stone 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 37HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.8 0.75 0.7 0.65 0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 Inflow Area=1.003 ac Peak Elev=856.55' Storage=0.028 af 0.74 cfs 0.02 cfs 0.02 cfs 0.00 cfs Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (acre-feet) 0.060.0550.050.0450.040.0350.030.0250.020.0150.010.0050 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (acres) 0.0260.0240.0220.020.0180.0160.0140.0120.010.0080.0060.0040.0020 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 858 857 856 855 Field A ADS N-12 36" 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 38HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Area = 0.293 ac, 41.46% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.38" for 2-yr event Inflow = 0.08 cfs @ 12.17 hrs, Volume= 0.009 af Outflow = 0.03 cfs @ 12.15 hrs, Volume= 0.009 af, Atten= 59%, Lag= 0.0 min Discarded = 0.03 cfs @ 12.15 hrs, Volume= 0.009 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Peak Elev= 858.60' @ 12.67 hrs Surf.Area= 1,803 sf Storage= 69 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 13.5 min calculated for 0.009 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 13.5 min ( 924.9 - 911.3 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 858.50' 1,154 cf SAND FILTER STRIP (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) 2,885 cf Overall x 40.0% Voids Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 858.50 1,803 0 0 860.00 1,803 2,705 2,705 860.10 1,803 180 2,885 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 860.00'5.0' long x 180.0' breadth Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 Coef. (English) 2.68 2.70 2.70 2.64 2.63 2.64 2.64 2.63 #2 Discarded 858.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 12.15 hrs HW=858.53' (Free Discharge) 2=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=858.50' (Free Discharge) 1=Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 39HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.09 0.085 0.08 0.075 0.07 0.065 0.06 0.055 0.05 0.045 0.04 0.035 0.03 0.025 0.02 0.015 0.01 0.005 0 Inflow Area=0.293 ac Peak Elev=858.60' Storage=69 cf 0.08 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.00 cfs Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 1,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,8001,7001,6001,5001,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 SAND FILTER STRIP 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 40HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Area = 0.474 ac, 43.07% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.41" for 2-yr event Inflow = 0.15 cfs @ 12.16 hrs, Volume= 0.016 af Outflow = 0.03 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.016 af, Atten= 77%, Lag= 0.0 min Discarded = 0.03 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.016 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 858.75' @ 12.86 hrs Surf.Area= 1,870 sf Storage= 188 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 39.6 min calculated for 0.016 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 39.6 min ( 945.4 - 905.8 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 858.50' 1,197 cf SAND FILTER STRIP (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) 2,992 cf Overall x 40.0% Voids Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 858.50 1,870 0 0 860.00 1,870 2,805 2,805 860.10 1,870 187 2,992 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 860.00'5.0' long x 180.0' breadth Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 Coef. (English) 2.68 2.70 2.70 2.64 2.63 2.64 2.64 2.63 #2 Discarded 858.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 12.10 hrs HW=858.53' (Free Discharge) 2=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=858.50' (Free Discharge) 1=Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 41HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.17 0.16 0.15 0.14 0.13 0.12 0.11 0.1 0.09 0.08 0.07 0.06 0.05 0.04 0.03 0.02 0.01 0 Inflow Area=0.474 ac Peak Elev=858.75' Storage=188 cf 0.15 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.00 cfs Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 1,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,8001,7001,6001,5001,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 SAND FILTER STRIP 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 2-yr Rainfall=2.87"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 42HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Link 7L: PROPOSED Inflow Area = 1.555 ac, 55.15% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.00" for 2-yr event Inflow = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Atten= 0%, Lag= 0.0 min Primary outflow = Inflow, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Link 7L: PROPOSED Inflow Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 Inflow Area=1.555 ac 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 43HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 1S: TO N BASIN Runoff = 0.00 cfs @ 12.56 hrs, Volume= 0.001 af, Depth= 0.15" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 180 98 Paved parking, HSG A 3,210 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 3,390 42 Weighted Average 3,210 94.69% Pervious Area 180 5.31% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 1S: TO N BASIN Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.005 0.004 0.004 0.004 0.004 0.004 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.002 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.000 0.000 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=3,390 sf Runoff Volume=0.001 af Runoff Depth=0.15" Tc=10.0 min CN=42 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 44HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 2S: NW DRIVE LANE Runoff = 1.18 cfs @ 12.09 hrs, Volume= 0.077 af, Depth= 3.61" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 10,316 98 Paved parking, HSG A 837 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 11,153 94 Weighted Average 837 7.50% Pervious Area 10,316 92.50% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 2S: NW DRIVE LANE Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=11,153 sf Runoff Volume=0.077 af Runoff Depth=3.61" Tc=10.0 min CN=94 1.18 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 45HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 3S: NORTH FRONT LAWNS Runoff = 0.36 cfs @ 12.12 hrs, Volume= 0.026 af, Depth= 1.08" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 5,288 98 Paved parking, HSG A 7,466 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 12,754 63 Weighted Average 7,466 58.54% Pervious Area 5,288 41.46% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 3S: NORTH FRONT LAWNS Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.4 0.38 0.36 0.34 0.32 0.3 0.28 0.26 0.24 0.22 0.2 0.18 0.16 0.14 0.12 0.1 0.08 0.06 0.04 0.02 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=12,754 sf Runoff Volume=0.026 af Runoff Depth=1.08" Tc=10.0 min CN=63 0.36 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 46HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 4S: REAR LAWNS TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff = 0.63 cfs @ 12.11 hrs, Volume= 0.045 af, Depth= 1.14" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 8,892 98 Paved parking, HSG A 11,755 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 20,647 64 Weighted Average 11,755 56.93% Pervious Area 8,892 43.07% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 4S: REAR LAWNS TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.7 0.65 0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=20,647 sf Runoff Volume=0.045 af Runoff Depth=1.14" Tc=10.0 min CN=64 0.63 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 47HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 5S: S FRONT LAWNS AND DRIVE LANE Runoff = 1.22 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.077 af, Depth= 2.04" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Area (sf) CN Description 12,674 98 Paved parking, HSG A 7,103 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 19,777 77 Weighted Average 7,103 35.92% Pervious Area 12,674 64.08% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 5S: S FRONT LAWNS AND DRIVE LANE Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29" Runoff Area=19,777 sf Runoff Volume=0.077 af Runoff Depth=2.04" Tc=10.0 min CN=77 1.22 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 48HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Inflow Area = 0.454 ac, 64.08% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 2.04" for 10-yr event Inflow = 1.22 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.077 af Outflow = 0.57 cfs @ 12.35 hrs, Volume= 0.077 af, Atten= 53%, Lag= 15.0 min Discarded = 0.02 cfs @ 12.25 hrs, Volume= 0.049 af Primary = 0.55 cfs @ 12.35 hrs, Volume= 0.029 af Secondary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Peak Elev= 859.78' @ 12.35 hrs Surf.Area= 1,031 sf Storage= 1,366 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 543.6 min calculated for 0.077 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 544.5 min ( 1,376.0 - 831.5 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 857.70' 2,312 cf Custom Stage Data (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 857.70 303 0 0 858.70 614 459 459 859.70 1,031 823 1,281 860.70 1,031 1,031 2,312 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 855.00'12.0" Round Culvert L= 10.0' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 855.00' / 855.00' S= 0.0000 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 859.70'27.0" Horiz. Grate C= 0.600 Limited to weir flow at low heads #3 Secondary 860.00'5.0' long x 5.0' breadth EOF Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 Coef. (English) 2.34 2.50 2.70 2.68 2.68 2.66 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.67 2.66 2.68 2.70 2.74 2.79 2.88 #4 Discarded 857.70'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.02 cfs @ 12.25 hrs HW=859.71' (Free Discharge) 4=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.02 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.54 cfs @ 12.35 hrs HW=859.78' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert (Passes 0.54 cfs of 7.83 cfs potential flow) 2=Grate (Weir Controls 0.54 cfs @ 0.94 fps) Secondary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=857.70' (Free Discharge) 3=EOF ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 49HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Secondary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 Inflow Area=0.454 ac Peak Elev=859.78' Storage=1,366 cf 1.22 cfs 0.57 cfs 0.02 cfs 0.55 cfs 0.00 cfs Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 2,2002,0001,8001,6001,4001,2001,0008006004002000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 858 Custom Stage Data 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 50HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 2P: INF BASIN B Inflow Area = 1.081 ac, 60.45% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.35" for 10-yr event Inflow = 0.65 cfs @ 12.57 hrs, Volume= 0.032 af Outflow = 0.03 cfs @ 12.55 hrs, Volume= 0.032 af, Atten= 96%, Lag= 0.0 min Discarded = 0.03 cfs @ 12.55 hrs, Volume= 0.032 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Secondary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 856.19' @ 15.48 hrs Surf.Area= 1,419 sf Storage= 976 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 376.7 min calculated for 0.032 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 376.6 min ( 1,190.8 - 814.2 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 855.50' 8,514 cf Custom Stage Data (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 855.50 1,419 0 0 858.50 1,419 4,257 4,257 859.50 1,419 1,419 5,676 860.50 1,419 1,419 7,095 861.50 1,419 1,419 8,514 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 855.81'12.0" Round Culvert L= 23.6' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 855.81' / 855.39' S= 0.0178 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 858.70'6.0" Vert. Orifice C= 0.600 #3 Device 1 860.00'4.0' long Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir 2 End Contraction(s) #4 Device 1 860.00'27.0" Horiz. Grate C= 0.600 Limited to weir flow at low heads #5 Secondary 860.50'2.0' long x 5.0' breadth EOF Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 Coef. (English) 2.34 2.50 2.70 2.68 2.68 2.66 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.67 2.66 2.68 2.70 2.74 2.79 2.88 #6 Discarded 855.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 51HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 12.55 hrs HW=855.59' (Free Discharge) 6=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=855.50' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 2=Orifice ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 3=Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 4=Grate ( Controls 0.00 cfs) Secondary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=855.50' (Free Discharge) 5=EOF ( Controls 0.00 cfs) Pond 2P: INF BASIN B Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Secondary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.7 0.65 0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 Inflow Area=1.081 ac Peak Elev=856.19' Storage=976 cf 0.65 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 52HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 2P: INF BASIN B Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 8,5008,0007,5007,0006,5006,0005,5005,0004,5004,0003,5003,0002,5002,0001,5001,0005000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 861 860 859 858 857 856 Custom Stage Data 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 53HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE [79] Warning: Submerged Pond 1P Primary device # 1 by 2.83' Inflow Area = 1.003 ac, 64.73% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 1.26" for 10-yr event Inflow = 1.18 cfs @ 12.09 hrs, Volume= 0.106 af Outflow = 0.67 cfs @ 12.57 hrs, Volume= 0.106 af, Atten= 44%, Lag= 28.6 min Discarded = 0.02 cfs @ 9.75 hrs, Volume= 0.075 af Primary = 0.65 cfs @ 12.57 hrs, Volume= 0.031 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 857.84' @ 12.57 hrs Surf.Area= 0.027 ac Storage= 0.051 af Plug-Flow detention time= 634.6 min calculated for 0.106 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 635.7 min ( 1,420.7 - 785.1 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1A 854.50' 0.035 af 6.50'W x 183.00'L x 4.50'H Field A 0.123 af Overall - 0.037 af Embedded = 0.086 af x 40.0% Voids #2A 855.00' 0.029 af ADS N-12 36" x 9 Inside #1 Inside= 36.1"W x 36.1"H => 7.10 sf x 20.00'L = 142.0 cf Outside= 42.0"W x 42.0"H => 8.86 sf x 20.00'L = 177.2 cf 0.064 af Total Available Storage Storage Group A created with Chamber Wizard Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 857.25'12.0" Round Culvert L= 62.0' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 857.25' / 857.00' S= 0.0040 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 857.70'4.0' long Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir 2 End Contraction(s) #3 Discarded 854.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.02 cfs @ 9.75 hrs HW=854.55' (Free Discharge) 3=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.02 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.62 cfs @ 12.57 hrs HW=857.83' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert (Passes 0.62 cfs of 0.95 cfs potential flow) 2=Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir (Weir Controls 0.62 cfs @ 1.18 fps) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 54HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE - Chamber Wizard Field A Chamber Model = ADS N-12 36" (ADS N-12® Pipe) Inside= 36.1"W x 36.1"H => 7.10 sf x 20.00'L = 142.0 cf Outside= 42.0"W x 42.0"H => 8.86 sf x 20.00'L = 177.2 cf 9 Chambers/Row x 20.00' Long = 180.00' Row Length +18.0" End Stone x 2 = 183.00' Base Length 1 Rows x 42.0" Wide + 18.0" Side Stone x 2 = 6.50' Base Width 6.0" Base + 42.0" Chamber Height + 6.0" Cover = 4.50' Field Height 9 Chambers x 142.0 cf = 1,278.0 cf Chamber Storage 9 Chambers x 177.2 cf = 1,595.0 cf Displacement 5,352.7 cf Field - 1,595.0 cf Chambers = 3,757.8 cf Stone x 40.0% Voids = 1,503.1 cf Stone Storage Chamber Storage + Stone Storage = 2,781.1 cf = 0.064 af Overall Storage Efficiency = 52.0% Overall System Size = 183.00' x 6.50' x 4.50' 9 Chambers 198.2 cy Field 139.2 cy Stone 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 55HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 Inflow Area=1.003 ac Peak Elev=857.84' Storage=0.051 af 1.18 cfs 0.67 cfs 0.02 cfs 0.65 cfs Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (acre-feet) 0.060.0550.050.0450.040.0350.030.0250.020.0150.010.0050 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (acres) 0.0260.0240.0220.020.0180.0160.0140.0120.010.0080.0060.0040.0020 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 858 857 856 855 Field A ADS N-12 36" 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 56HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Area = 0.293 ac, 41.46% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 1.08" for 10-yr event Inflow = 0.36 cfs @ 12.12 hrs, Volume= 0.026 af Outflow = 0.03 cfs @ 11.95 hrs, Volume= 0.026 af, Atten= 91%, Lag= 0.0 min Discarded = 0.03 cfs @ 11.95 hrs, Volume= 0.026 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Peak Elev= 859.19' @ 13.34 hrs Surf.Area= 1,803 sf Storage= 494 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 137.6 min calculated for 0.026 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 137.5 min ( 1,005.3 - 867.8 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 858.50' 1,154 cf SAND FILTER STRIP (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) 2,885 cf Overall x 40.0% Voids Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 858.50 1,803 0 0 860.00 1,803 2,705 2,705 860.10 1,803 180 2,885 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 860.00'5.0' long x 180.0' breadth Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 Coef. (English) 2.68 2.70 2.70 2.64 2.63 2.64 2.64 2.63 #2 Discarded 858.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 11.95 hrs HW=858.52' (Free Discharge) 2=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=858.50' (Free Discharge) 1=Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 57HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.4 0.38 0.36 0.34 0.32 0.3 0.28 0.26 0.24 0.22 0.2 0.18 0.16 0.14 0.12 0.1 0.08 0.06 0.04 0.02 0 Inflow Area=0.293 ac Peak Elev=859.19' Storage=494 cf 0.36 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.00 cfs Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 1,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,8001,7001,6001,5001,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 SAND FILTER STRIP 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 58HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Area = 0.474 ac, 43.07% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 1.14" for 10-yr event Inflow = 0.63 cfs @ 12.11 hrs, Volume= 0.045 af Outflow = 0.03 cfs @ 11.90 hrs, Volume= 0.045 af, Atten= 94%, Lag= 0.0 min Discarded = 0.03 cfs @ 11.90 hrs, Volume= 0.045 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 859.85' @ 14.51 hrs Surf.Area= 1,870 sf Storage= 1,007 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 315.1 min calculated for 0.045 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 315.0 min ( 1,179.7 - 864.8 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 858.50' 1,197 cf SAND FILTER STRIP (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) 2,992 cf Overall x 40.0% Voids Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 858.50 1,870 0 0 860.00 1,870 2,805 2,805 860.10 1,870 187 2,992 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 860.00'5.0' long x 180.0' breadth Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 Coef. (English) 2.68 2.70 2.70 2.64 2.63 2.64 2.64 2.63 #2 Discarded 858.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 11.90 hrs HW=858.52' (Free Discharge) 2=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=858.50' (Free Discharge) 1=Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 59HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.7 0.65 0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 Inflow Area=0.474 ac Peak Elev=859.85' Storage=1,007 cf 0.63 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.00 cfs Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 1,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,8001,7001,6001,5001,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 SAND FILTER STRIP 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 10-yr Rainfall=4.29"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 60HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Link 7L: PROPOSED Inflow Area = 1.555 ac, 55.15% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 0.00" for 10-yr event Inflow = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Primary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af, Atten= 0%, Lag= 0.0 min Primary outflow = Inflow, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Link 7L: PROPOSED Inflow Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 Inflow Area=1.555 ac 0.00 cfs 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 61HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 1S: TO N BASIN Runoff = 0.08 cfs @ 12.15 hrs, Volume= 0.008 af, Depth= 1.20" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 180 98 Paved parking, HSG A 3,210 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 3,390 42 Weighted Average 3,210 94.69% Pervious Area 180 5.31% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 1S: TO N BASIN Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 0.08 0.075 0.07 0.065 0.06 0.055 0.05 0.045 0.04 0.035 0.03 0.025 0.02 0.015 0.01 0.005 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=3,390 sf Runoff Volume=0.008 af Runoff Depth=1.20" Tc=10.0 min CN=42 0.08 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 62HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 2S: NW DRIVE LANE Runoff = 2.00 cfs @ 12.09 hrs, Volume= 0.144 af, Depth= 6.76" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 10,316 98 Paved parking, HSG A 837 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 11,153 94 Weighted Average 837 7.50% Pervious Area 10,316 92.50% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 2S: NW DRIVE LANE Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 2 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=11,153 sf Runoff Volume=0.144 af Runoff Depth=6.76" Tc=10.0 min CN=94 2.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 63HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 3S: NORTH FRONT LAWNS Runoff = 1.16 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.079 af, Depth= 3.26" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 5,288 98 Paved parking, HSG A 7,466 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 12,754 63 Weighted Average 7,466 58.54% Pervious Area 5,288 41.46% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 3S: NORTH FRONT LAWNS Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=12,754 sf Runoff Volume=0.079 af Runoff Depth=3.26" Tc=10.0 min CN=63 1.16 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 64HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 4S: REAR LAWNS TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff = 1.95 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.133 af, Depth= 3.36" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 8,892 98 Paved parking, HSG A 11,755 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 20,647 64 Weighted Average 11,755 56.93% Pervious Area 8,892 43.07% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 4S: REAR LAWNS TO BROOKLYN BLVD Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 2 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=20,647 sf Runoff Volume=0.133 af Runoff Depth=3.36" Tc=10.0 min CN=64 1.95 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 65HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Subcatchment 5S: S FRONT LAWNS AND DRIVE LANE Runoff = 2.71 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.181 af, Depth= 4.79" Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Weighted-CN, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Area (sf) CN Description 12,674 98 Paved parking, HSG A 7,103 39 >75% Grass cover, Good, HSG A 19,777 77 Weighted Average 7,103 35.92% Pervious Area 12,674 64.08% Impervious Area Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 10.0 Direct Entry, Subcatchment 5S: S FRONT LAWNS AND DRIVE LANE Runoff Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 3 2 1 0 MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47" Runoff Area=19,777 sf Runoff Volume=0.181 af Runoff Depth=4.79" Tc=10.0 min CN=77 2.71 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 66HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Inflow Area = 0.454 ac, 64.08% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 4.79" for 100-yr event Inflow = 2.71 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.181 af Outflow = 2.69 cfs @ 12.11 hrs, Volume= 0.181 af, Atten= 1%, Lag= 1.1 min Discarded = 0.02 cfs @ 12.00 hrs, Volume= 0.052 af Primary = 2.67 cfs @ 12.11 hrs, Volume= 0.129 af Secondary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Peak Elev= 859.94' @ 12.11 hrs Surf.Area= 1,031 sf Storage= 1,525 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 245.1 min calculated for 0.181 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 246.2 min ( 1,058.3 - 812.1 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 857.70' 2,312 cf Custom Stage Data (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 857.70 303 0 0 858.70 614 459 459 859.70 1,031 823 1,281 860.70 1,031 1,031 2,312 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 855.00'12.0" Round Culvert L= 10.0' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 855.00' / 855.00' S= 0.0000 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 859.70'27.0" Horiz. Grate C= 0.600 Limited to weir flow at low heads #3 Secondary 860.00'5.0' long x 5.0' breadth EOF Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 Coef. (English) 2.34 2.50 2.70 2.68 2.68 2.66 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.67 2.66 2.68 2.70 2.74 2.79 2.88 #4 Discarded 857.70'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.02 cfs @ 12.00 hrs HW=859.83' (Free Discharge) 4=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.02 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=2.60 cfs @ 12.11 hrs HW=859.93' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert (Passes 2.60 cfs of 7.96 cfs potential flow) 2=Grate (Weir Controls 2.60 cfs @ 1.58 fps) Secondary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=857.70' (Free Discharge) 3=EOF ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 67HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Secondary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 3 2 1 0 Inflow Area=0.454 ac Peak Elev=859.94' Storage=1,525 cf 2.71 cfs 2.69 cfs 0.02 cfs 2.67 cfs 0.00 cfs Pond 1P: INF BASIN A Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 2,2002,0001,8001,6001,4001,2001,0008006004002000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 858 Custom Stage Data 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 68HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 2P: INF BASIN B [81] Warning: Exceeded Pond 3P by 1.64' @ 12.85 hrs Inflow Area = 1.081 ac, 60.45% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 2.44" for 100-yr event Inflow = 3.84 cfs @ 12.17 hrs, Volume= 0.220 af Outflow = 0.71 cfs @ 12.79 hrs, Volume= 0.220 af, Atten= 81%, Lag= 37.5 min Discarded = 0.03 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.128 af Primary = 0.68 cfs @ 12.79 hrs, Volume= 0.092 af Secondary = 0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.000 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 859.47' @ 12.79 hrs Surf.Area= 1,419 sf Storage= 5,640 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 1,004.9 min calculated for 0.220 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 1,005.3 min ( 1,808.4 - 803.1 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 855.50' 8,514 cf Custom Stage Data (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 855.50 1,419 0 0 858.50 1,419 4,257 4,257 859.50 1,419 1,419 5,676 860.50 1,419 1,419 7,095 861.50 1,419 1,419 8,514 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 855.81'12.0" Round Culvert L= 23.6' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 855.81' / 855.39' S= 0.0178 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 858.70'6.0" Vert. Orifice C= 0.600 #3 Device 1 860.00'4.0' long Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir 2 End Contraction(s) #4 Device 1 860.00'27.0" Horiz. Grate C= 0.600 Limited to weir flow at low heads #5 Secondary 860.50'2.0' long x 5.0' breadth EOF Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 Coef. (English) 2.34 2.50 2.70 2.68 2.68 2.66 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.67 2.66 2.68 2.70 2.74 2.79 2.88 #6 Discarded 855.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 69HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 12.10 hrs HW=855.72' (Free Discharge) 6=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.68 cfs @ 12.79 hrs HW=859.47' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert (Passes 0.68 cfs of 6.73 cfs potential flow) 2=Orifice (Orifice Controls 0.68 cfs @ 3.48 fps) 3=Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir ( Controls 0.00 cfs) 4=Grate ( Controls 0.00 cfs) Secondary OutFlow Max=0.00 cfs @ 0.00 hrs HW=855.50' (Free Discharge) 5=EOF ( Controls 0.00 cfs) Pond 2P: INF BASIN B Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Secondary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 4 3 2 1 0 Inflow Area=1.081 ac Peak Elev=859.47' Storage=5,640 cf 3.84 cfs 0.71 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.68 cfs 0.00 cfs 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 70HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 2P: INF BASIN B Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 8,5008,0007,5007,0006,5006,0005,5005,0004,5004,0003,5003,0002,5002,0001,5001,0005000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 861 860 859 858 857 856 Custom Stage Data 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 71HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE [93] Warning: Storage range exceeded by 0.03' [79] Warning: Submerged Pond 1P Primary device # 1 by 4.00' Inflow Area = 1.003 ac, 64.73% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 3.58" for 100-yr event Inflow = 4.63 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.299 af Outflow = 3.79 cfs @ 12.17 hrs, Volume= 0.297 af, Atten= 18%, Lag= 3.8 min Discarded = 0.02 cfs @ 6.85 hrs, Volume= 0.084 af Primary = 3.77 cfs @ 12.17 hrs, Volume= 0.212 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 859.03' @ 12.17 hrs Surf.Area= 0.027 ac Storage= 0.064 af Plug-Flow detention time= 264.0 min calculated for 0.297 af (99% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 258.6 min ( 1,043.6 - 785.0 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1A 854.50' 0.035 af 6.50'W x 183.00'L x 4.50'H Field A 0.123 af Overall - 0.037 af Embedded = 0.086 af x 40.0% Voids #2A 855.00' 0.029 af ADS N-12 36" x 9 Inside #1 Inside= 36.1"W x 36.1"H => 7.10 sf x 20.00'L = 142.0 cf Outside= 42.0"W x 42.0"H => 8.86 sf x 20.00'L = 177.2 cf 0.064 af Total Available Storage Storage Group A created with Chamber Wizard Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 857.25'12.0" Round Culvert L= 62.0' RCP, square edge headwall, Ke= 0.500 Inlet / Outlet Invert= 857.25' / 857.00' S= 0.0040 '/' Cc= 0.900 n= 0.011 Concrete pipe, straight & clean, Flow Area= 0.79 sf #2 Device 1 857.70'4.0' long Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir 2 End Contraction(s) #3 Discarded 854.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.02 cfs @ 6.85 hrs HW=854.55' (Free Discharge) 3=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.02 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=3.66 cfs @ 12.17 hrs HW=858.98' (Free Discharge) 1=Culvert (Barrel Controls 3.66 cfs @ 4.66 fps) 2=Sharp-Crested Rectangular Weir (Passes 3.66 cfs of 17.66 cfs potential flow) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 72HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE - Chamber Wizard Field A Chamber Model = ADS N-12 36" (ADS N-12® Pipe) Inside= 36.1"W x 36.1"H => 7.10 sf x 20.00'L = 142.0 cf Outside= 42.0"W x 42.0"H => 8.86 sf x 20.00'L = 177.2 cf 9 Chambers/Row x 20.00' Long = 180.00' Row Length +18.0" End Stone x 2 = 183.00' Base Length 1 Rows x 42.0" Wide + 18.0" Side Stone x 2 = 6.50' Base Width 6.0" Base + 42.0" Chamber Height + 6.0" Cover = 4.50' Field Height 9 Chambers x 142.0 cf = 1,278.0 cf Chamber Storage 9 Chambers x 177.2 cf = 1,595.0 cf Displacement 5,352.7 cf Field - 1,595.0 cf Chambers = 3,757.8 cf Stone x 40.0% Voids = 1,503.1 cf Stone Storage Chamber Storage + Stone Storage = 2,781.1 cf = 0.064 af Overall Storage Efficiency = 52.0% Overall System Size = 183.00' x 6.50' x 4.50' 9 Chambers 198.2 cy Field 139.2 cy Stone 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 73HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 5 4 3 2 1 0 Inflow Area=1.003 ac Peak Elev=859.03' Storage=0.064 af 4.63 cfs 3.79 cfs 0.02 cfs 3.77 cfs Pond 3P: STORAGE PIPE Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (acre-feet) 0.060.0550.050.0450.040.0350.030.0250.020.0150.010.0050 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (acres) 0.0260.0240.0220.020.0180.0160.0140.0120.010.0080.0060.0040.0020 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 859 858 857 856 855 Field A ADS N-12 36" 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 74HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP [93] Warning: Storage range exceeded by 0.05' Inflow Area = 0.293 ac, 41.46% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 3.26" for 100-yr event Inflow = 1.16 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.079 af Outflow = 0.80 cfs @ 12.31 hrs, Volume= 0.079 af, Atten= 31%, Lag= 12.2 min Discarded = 0.03 cfs @ 11.55 hrs, Volume= 0.054 af Primary = 0.77 cfs @ 12.31 hrs, Volume= 0.025 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Peak Elev= 860.15' @ 12.31 hrs Surf.Area= 1,803 sf Storage= 1,154 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 256.3 min calculated for 0.079 af (100% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 256.4 min ( 1,096.3 - 839.9 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 858.50' 1,154 cf SAND FILTER STRIP (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) 2,885 cf Overall x 40.0% Voids Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 858.50 1,803 0 0 860.00 1,803 2,705 2,705 860.10 1,803 180 2,885 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 860.00'5.0' long x 180.0' breadth Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 Coef. (English) 2.68 2.70 2.70 2.64 2.63 2.64 2.64 2.63 #2 Discarded 858.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 11.55 hrs HW=858.52' (Free Discharge) 2=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.71 cfs @ 12.31 hrs HW=860.14' (Free Discharge) 1=Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir (Weir Controls 0.71 cfs @ 1.01 fps) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 75HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 Inflow Area=0.293 ac Peak Elev=860.15' Storage=1,154 cf 1.16 cfs 0.80 cfs 0.03 cfs 0.77 cfs Pond 4P: FILTER STRIP Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 1,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,8001,7001,6001,5001,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 SAND FILTER STRIP 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 76HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP [93] Warning: Storage range exceeded by 0.09' Inflow Area = 0.474 ac, 43.07% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 3.36" for 100-yr event Inflow = 1.95 cfs @ 12.10 hrs, Volume= 0.133 af Outflow = 1.11 cfs @ 12.16 hrs, Volume= 0.112 af, Atten= 43%, Lag= 3.7 min Discarded = 0.03 cfs @ 11.25 hrs, Volume= 0.063 af Primary = 1.08 cfs @ 12.16 hrs, Volume= 0.049 af Routing by Stor-Ind method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs / 2 Peak Elev= 860.19' @ 12.17 hrs Surf.Area= 1,870 sf Storage= 1,197 cf Plug-Flow detention time= 313.3 min calculated for 0.112 af (84% of inflow) Center-of-Mass det. time= 243.8 min ( 1,081.7 - 837.9 ) Volume Invert Avail.Storage Storage Description #1 858.50' 1,197 cf SAND FILTER STRIP (Prismatic) Listed below (Recalc) 2,992 cf Overall x 40.0% Voids Elevation Surf.Area Inc.Store Cum.Store (feet) (sq-ft) (cubic-feet) (cubic-feet) 858.50 1,870 0 0 860.00 1,870 2,805 2,805 860.10 1,870 187 2,992 Device Routing Invert Outlet Devices #1 Primary 860.00'5.0' long x 180.0' breadth Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir Head (feet) 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 Coef. (English) 2.68 2.70 2.70 2.64 2.63 2.64 2.64 2.63 #2 Discarded 858.50'0.800 in/hr Exfiltration over Surface area Discarded OutFlow Max=0.03 cfs @ 11.25 hrs HW=858.52' (Free Discharge) 2=Exfiltration (Exfiltration Controls 0.03 cfs) Primary OutFlow Max=0.95 cfs @ 12.16 hrs HW=860.17' (Free Discharge) 1=Broad-Crested Rectangular Weir (Weir Controls 0.95 cfs @ 1.11 fps) 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 77HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP Inflow Outflow Discarded Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 7270686664626058565452504846444240383634323028262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 2 1 0 Inflow Area=0.474 ac Peak Elev=860.19' Storage=1,197 cf 1.95 cfs 1.11 cfs 0.03 cfs 1.08 cfs Pond 5P: FILTER STRIP Surface Storage Stage-Area-Storage Storage (cubic-feet) 1,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 Surface/Horizontal/Wetted Area (sq-ft) 1,8001,7001,6001,5001,4001,3001,2001,1001,0009008007006005004003002001000 El e v a t i o n ( f e e t ) 860 859 SAND FILTER STRIP 6000 Brooklyn Blvd - Proposed 06/12/2020C:\Users\BLucas\Dropbox\Projects\200504 - 6000 Brooklyn B MN-St Louis Park 24-hr S1 100-yr Rainfall=7.47"6000 Brooklyn Blvd Printed 6/12/2020Prepared by Solution Blue, Inc. Page 78HydroCAD® 10.00-24 s/n 02082 © 2018 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Summary for Link 7L: PROPOSED Inflow Area = 1.555 ac, 55.15% Impervious, Inflow Depth = 1.08" for 100-yr event Inflow = 1.08 cfs @ 12.16 hrs, Volume= 0.141 af Primary = 1.08 cfs @ 12.16 hrs, Volume= 0.141 af, Atten= 0%, Lag= 0.0 min Primary outflow = Inflow, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.05 hrs Link 7L: PROPOSED Inflow Primary Hydrograph Time (hours) 72706866646260585654525048464442403836343230282624222018161412108 6 4 2 0 Fl o w ( c f s ) 1 0 Inflow Area=1.555 ac 1.08 cfs 1.08 cfs 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN C APPENDIX C: MIDS CALCULATOR RESULTS Project Information Calculator Version:Version 3: January 2017 Project Name:6000 Brooklyn Blvd TriPlex Development User Name / Company Name:Solution Blue, Inc -BL Date:06/12/2020 Project Description: Construction Permit?:Yes Site Information Retention Requirement (inches):1. Site's Zip Code:55429 Annual Rainfall (inches):30.8 Phosphorus EMC (mg/l):0.3 TSS EMC (mg/l):54.5 Total Site Area Land Cover A Soils (acres) B Soils (acres) C Soils (acres) D Soils (acres) Total (acres) Forest/Open Space -Undisturbed, protected forest/open space or reforested land 0 Managed Turf -disturbed, graded for yards or other turf to be mowed/managed 0.697 0.697 Impervious Area (acres)0.857 Total Area (acres)1.554 Site Areas Routed to BMPs Land Cover A Soils (acres) B Soils (acres) C Soils (acres) D Soils (acres) Total (acres) Forest/Open Space -Undisturbed, protected forest/open space or reforested land 0 Managed Turf -disturbed, graded for yards or other turf to be mowed/managed 0.697 0.697 Impervious Area (acres)0.857 Total Area (acres)1.554 Summary Information Performance Goal Requirement Performance goal volume retention requirement:3111 ft3 Volume removed by BMPs towards performance goal:3111 ft3 Percent volume removed towards performance goal 100 % Annual Volume and Pollutant Load Reductions Post development annual runoff volume 2.1222 acre-ft Annual runoff volume removed by BMPs:2.1206 acre-ft Percent annual runoff volume removed:100 % Post development annual particulate P load:0.952 lbs Annual particulate P removed by BMPs:0.952 lbs Post development annual dissolved P load:0.779 lbs Annual dissolved P removed by BMPs:0.779 lbs Percent annual total phosphorus removed:100 % Post development annual TSS load:314.6 lbs Annual TSS removed by BMPs:314.4 lbs Percent annual TSS removed:100 % BMP Summary Performance Goal Summary BMP Name BMP Volume Capacity (ft3) Volume Recieved (ft3) Volume Retained (ft3) Volume Outflow (ft3) Percent Retained (%) Front Yard Filter Strips 2704 439 439 0 100 Back Yard Filter Strips 2805 741 741 0 100 Infiltration Basin A 1334 1056 1056 0 100 Infiltration Basin B 4541 15 15 0 100 Oversize Perf. Storage Pipes 2396 860 860 0 100 Annual Volume Summary BMP Name Volume From Direct Watershed (acre-ft) Volume From Upstream BMPs (acre-ft) Volume Retained (acre-ft) Volume outflow (acre-ft) Percent Retained (%) Front Yard Filter Strips 0.3248 0 0.3248 0 100 Back Yard Filter Strips 0.5412 0 0.5396 0.00160000000000005100 Infiltration Basin A 0.6951 0 0.6641 0.031 96 Infiltration Basin B 0.0344 0 0.0344 0 100 Oversize Perf. Storage Pipes 0.5267 0.031 0.5577 0 100 Particulate Phosphorus Summary BMP Name Load From Direct Watershed (lbs) Load From Upstream BMPs (lbs) Load Retained (lbs) Outflow Load (lbs) Percent Retained (%) Front Yard Filter Strips 0.1458 0 0.1458 0 100 Back Yard Filter Strips 0.2429 0 0.2422 0.0007 100 Infiltration Basin A 0.312 0 0.2981 0.0139 96 Infiltration Basin B 0.0154 0 0.0154 0 100 Oversize Perf. Storage Pipes 0.2364 0.0139 0.2503 0 100 Dissolved Phosphorus Summary BMP Name Load From Direct Watershed (lbs) Load From Upstream BMPs (lbs) Load Retained (lbs) Outflow Load (lbs) Percent Retained (%) Front Yard Filter Strips 0.1193 0 0.1193 0 100 Back Yard Filter Strips 0.1987 0 0.1981 0.0006 100 Infiltration Basin A 0.2552 0 0.2438 0.0114 96 Infiltration Basin B 0.0126 0 0.0126 0 100 Oversize Perf. Storage Pipes 0.1934 0.0114 0.2048 0 100 TSS Summary BMP Name Load From Direct Watershed (lbs) Load From Upstream BMPs (lbs) Load Retained (lbs) Outflow Load (lbs) Percent Retained (%) Front Yard Filter Strips 48.15 0 48.15 0 100 Back Yard Filter Strips 80.23 0 79.99 0.240000000000009 100 Infiltration Basin A 103.04 0 98.44 4.60000000000001 96 Infiltration Basin B 5.1 0 5.1 0 100 Oversize Perf. Storage Pipes 78.08 4.60000000000001 82.68 0 100 BMP Schematic 06-12-20 6000 BROOKLYN PARK TRIPLEX DEVELOPMEN T: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN D APPENDIX D: GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORTS Soil Map—Hennepin County, Minnesota Natural Resources Conservation Service Web Soil Survey National Cooperative Soil Survey 6/4/2020 Page 1 of 3 49 9 0 1 5 0 49 9 0 1 7 0 49 9 0 1 9 0 49 9 0 2 1 0 49 9 0 2 3 0 49 9 0 2 5 0 49 9 0 2 7 0 49 9 0 2 9 0 49 9 0 3 1 0 49 9 0 1 5 0 49 9 0 1 7 0 49 9 0 1 9 0 49 9 0 2 1 0 49 9 0 2 3 0 49 9 0 2 5 0 49 9 0 2 7 0 49 9 0 2 9 0 49 9 0 3 1 0 474270 474290 474310 474330 474350 474370 474270 474290 474310 474330 474350 474370 45° 3' 56'' N 93 ° 1 9 ' 3 7 ' ' W 45° 3' 56'' N 93 ° 1 9 ' 3 1 ' ' W 45° 3' 51'' N 93 ° 1 9 ' 3 7 ' ' W 45° 3' 51'' N 93 ° 1 9 ' 3 1 ' ' W N Map projection: Web Mercator Corner coordinates: WGS84 Edge tics: UTM Zone 15N WGS84 0 35 70 140 210 Feet 0 10 20 40 60 Meters Map Scale: 1:805 if printed on A portrait (8.5" x 11") sheet. Soil Map may not be valid at this scale. MAP LEGEND MAP INFORMATION Area of Interest (AOI) Area of Interest (AOI) Soils Soil Map Unit Polygons Soil Map Unit Lines Soil Map Unit Points Special Point Features Blowout Borrow Pit Clay Spot Closed Depression Gravel Pit Gravelly Spot Landfill Lava Flow Marsh or swamp Mine or Quarry Miscellaneous Water Perennial Water Rock Outcrop Saline Spot Sandy Spot Severely Eroded Spot Sinkhole Slide or Slip Sodic Spot Spoil Area Stony Spot Very Stony Spot Wet Spot Other Special Line Features Water Features Streams and Canals Transportation Rails Interstate Highways US Routes Major Roads Local Roads Background Aerial Photography The soil surveys that comprise your AOI were mapped at 1:12,000. Warning: Soil Map may not be valid at this scale. Enlargement of maps beyond the scale of mapping can cause misunderstanding of the detail of mapping and accuracy of soil line placement. The maps do not show the small areas of contrasting soils that could have been shown at a more detailed scale. Please rely on the bar scale on each map sheet for map measurements. Source of Map: Natural Resources Conservation Service Web Soil Survey URL: Coordinate System: Web Mercator (EPSG:3857) Maps from the Web Soil Survey are based on the Web Mercator projection, which preserves direction and shape but distorts distance and area. A projection that preserves area, such as the Albers equal-area conic projection, should be used if more accurate calculations of distance or area are required. This product is generated from the USDA-NRCS certified data as of the version date(s) listed below. Soil Survey Area: Hennepin County, Minnesota Survey Area Data: Version 15, Sep 16, 2019 Soil map units are labeled (as space allows) for map scales 1:50,000 or larger. Date(s) aerial images were photographed: Aug 19, 2019—Aug 29, 2019 The orthophoto or other base map on which the soil lines were compiled and digitized probably differs from the background imagery displayed on these maps. As a result, some minor shifting of map unit boundaries may be evident. Soil Map—Hennepin County, Minnesota Natural Resources Conservation Service Web Soil Survey National Cooperative Soil Survey 6/4/2020 Page 2 of 3 Map Unit Legend Map Unit Symbol Map Unit Name Acres in AOI Percent of AOI D64B Urban land-Hubbard complex, Mississippi River Valley, 0 to 8 percent slopes 1.9 100.0% Totals for Area of Interest 1.9 100.0% Soil Map—Hennepin County, Minnesota Natural Resources Conservation Service Web Soil Survey National Cooperative Soil Survey 6/4/2020 Page 3 of 3 Exhibit B City of Brooklyn Center | 6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy | Brooklyn Center, MN 55430-2199 | (763) 569-3300 | www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take notice that the Planning Commission of the City of Brooklyn Center will hold an on-line public hearing on Thursday, August 13, 2020, at approximately 7:00 p.m. Meeting materials can be accessed by visiting the City of Brooklyn Center’s website at: https://www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org/index.aspx?NID=255. A definite time for this application to be considered cannot be given as it will depend on the progression of the agenda items. This public hearing was originally scheduled for July 9, 2020; however, the public hearing was continued to allow additional time to address necessary easements along Brooklyn Boulevard and access off Brooklyn Boulevard. TYPE OF REQUEST: Establishment of a Planned Unit Development, Site and Building Plan, and Preliminary and Final Plat Approvals PETITIONER: C Alan Homes PROPERTY OWNER: Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center PROPERTY ADDRESS: 6025, 6031, 6037, and 6045 Brooklyn Boulevard, Brooklyn Center, MN 55429 PROPERTY ID: 03-118-21-12-0016, 03-118-21-12-0015, 03-118-21-12-0098, and 03-118-21-12-0087 BRIEF STATEMENT OF CONTENTS OF PETITION: Consideration of requests that would allow for four EDA- owned lots to be developed into seven triplexes and associated site improvements. As City Hall is currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we strongly encourage you to forward your comments and questions to gmcintosh@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us up until noon on the day of the meeting, or contact Ginny McIntosh at (763) 569-3319. Your comments will be included in the record and addressed as part of the meeting. Alternatively, you may participate in the Planning Commission meeting via Webex at: logis.webex.com Meeting Number (Access Code): 141 666 5172 Password: BCPC08132020Mtng By Phone: 1 (312) 535-8110 (Enter Access Code) Auxiliary aids for persons with disabilities are available upon request at least 96 hours in advance. Please contact the City Clerk at (763) 569-3300 to make arrangements. Respectfully, Ginny McIntosh City Planner/Zoning Administrator B r o o k l y n B o u l e v a r d B e a r d A v e n u e N o r t h 61st Avenue North E w i n g A v e n u e N o r t h Commodore Drive C Alan Homes Trip lex Project (600 0 Block of Brooklyn Blvd) Applicant: C Alan Homes Request: Establ ishment of a Planned Unit Development, Site and Building Plan, and Preliminary and Final Plat Approvals PROPOSED BROOKLYN BOULEVARD TRIPLEXES A series of new triplexes along Brooklyn Boulevard are being proposed for construction by C. Alan Homes (https://www.c-alanhomes.com/), a Minnesota based home design and construction company. Triplexes in each of the two locations will be arranged in a row and face the Boulevard. •Two locations totaling 39 new residential units,each proposed to have three bedrooms •Pedestrian access directly onto Brooklyn Boulevardand parking in the rear •Rents are estimated at $1850-$2200 per three-bedroom unit •20% of the units will be Section 8 eligible 6900 Brooklyn Blvd (north of Slim’s) •.98 Acres •6 buildings proposed •18 total units •Each unit approx 1295 sq ft 6000 Brooklyn Blvd (south of the Sanctuary at Brooklyn Center) •1.65 Acres •7 buildings proposed •21 total units •Each unit approx 1295 sq ft PROJECT LOCATIONS CO N T A C T Ginny McIntosh City Planner and Zoning Administrator City of Brooklyn Center 763.569.3319 gmcintosh@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us Renderings courtesy of C. Alan Homes LLC VIRTUAL PUBLIC HEARING Brooklyn Center Planning Commission Meeting Thursday, August 13th 7:00PM Visit https://www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org/ index.aspx?NID=255 July 7, 2020 C Alan Homes Attn: Terry Robertson and Curt Brekke 5215 Terraceview Ln N Plymouth, MN 55446 RE: City of Brooklyn Center, MN Planning Commission Application No. 2020-004 Request for Establishment of a Planned Unit Development, Site and Building Plan, Preliminary and Final Plat Approvals for the 6000 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard Mr. Robertson and Mr. Brekke, Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 15.99, the City of Brooklyn Center is required to approve or deny a written request for certain land use actions within sixty (60) days from receipt of an application. Community Development Department records indicate the City received the above-referenced application and documentation on June 15, 2020, which means the City’s 60-day time limit would expire on August 14, 2020. By allowances granted under Minnesota Statutes Section 15.99, Subd. 3(f), the City of Brooklyn Center is hereby providing official notice that the review period has been extended an additional sixty (60) days to allow the time necessary for City staff to prepare a resolution, including proposed conditions of approval, for review and action by City Council. The new deadline for completing the review and final action on this application is now October 13, 2020. As the public hearing has already been published in the Brooklyn Center Sun Post for the July 9, 2020 Planning Commission meeting, the intent is to table the public hearing to provide sufficient time for you, the Applicant, to reconcile any adjustments to the site plan as relating to the additional easements necessary for Phase II of the Brooklyn Boulevard reconstruction and modernization project and determine the ability for driveway access off Brooklyn Boulevard from Hennepin County. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call me at (763) 569-3319 or email gmcintosh@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us. Sincerely, Ginny McIntosh City Planner and Zoning Administrator Exhibit C M E M O R A N D U M DATE: August 4, 2020 TO: Ginny McIntosh, City Planner/Zoning Administrator FROM: Andrew Hogg, Assistant City Engineer SUBJECT: Preliminary Site Plan & Plat Review – Brooklyn Boulevard 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Tri-plexes Public Works staff reviewed the following documents submitted for review for the proposed 6000 Brooklyn Blvd Tri-plexes (Planning Commission Application No. 2020-004): Preliminary Plans and plat submitted 07/24/2020 Subject to final staff Site Plan approval, the referenced plans must be revised in accordance with the following comments/revisions and approved prior to issuance of Land Alteration permit. C000 Title Sheet 1. No comments. C100 Removals Plan 2. Right of Way along Brooklyn Blvd is owned by Hennepin County. Obtain necessary permits prior to work with in Hennepin County Right of Way. 3. Protect existing bus stop sign along Brooklyn Blvd. Coordinate with Metro Transit to maintain bus service. 4. Remove the existing sidewalk from bus stop to south end of property. 5. Remove curb for proposed concrete drive to Brooklyn Blvd. 6. Remove existing service stubs to back of curb along Brooklyn Blvd. 7.Removal for utility connections in street shall extent curb to curb or to drive lane, no partial width removals. C200, 202 and 202 – SWPPP Plans 8. No comments. C210 and 211 – Erosion Control Plans 9. No comments. C300 – Site Plan 10.Need to provide parallel sidewalk along back side of new curb. 11.All utilities and storm water management facilities to be within a drainage & utility easement. 12. Remove curb bump outs or relocate to property lines. 13. Add No Right Turn sign on Brooklyn Blvd for south exit. 14. Show location of ADA stalls & access routes. 15. Only 40 stalls shown on plans (lost 2 for trash) – should provide 2.5 stalls per unit. 16. Reduce width of exit to 1 lane of traffic (12’-15’ or 20’ if part of emergency access route). 17. Eliminate southern lot (incorporate into most southern building lot). 18.Site triangles at entrance/exits of development shall be free and clear of any obstructions. Exhibit D PC Review Memo, August 4, 2020 19. Provide detailed vehicle turning and tracking movement diagrams for delivery vehicles and garbage trucks demonstrating specific and actual routes. 20. Use City Detail for City driveway aprons. 21. Developer removes the existing sidewalk and installs a 1.5" bituminous trail to ensure that their grading and elevations work. There is approximately 375’ of trail from the south property line to the bus stop pull off. The City Brooklyn Blvd Project will then install the final 1.5" bituminous lift on the trail and the pedestrian curb ramp at 61st Avenue with the road project. C400 – Grading and Drainage Plan 22. All city roadway embankment material installed within pavement patching areas of existing roadways shall be placed in lifts not to exceed 8-inches and compacted to a minimum of 100 percent of maximum density regardless of depth below the final pavement surface. The Engineer shall take a minimum of three (3) compaction tests at varying elevations within the pavement patch area. 23. Provide retaining wall elevations/grades. 24. Retaining walls over 3’ in height need to be certified by engineer and must include a safety railing/fence. 25. Verify constructability of OCS4, CBMH5 & CBMH6 with 36” pipe. 26. Verify that OCS4 to CBMH6 can be constructed without encroaching on adjacent property. 27. Storm sewer & infiltration areas to be privately owned & maintained. 28. Elevations on OCS8 are not correct/match up with detail. 29. Adjust elevations of the FES’s to match basin bottom elevations. 30. There appears to be a number of typos in the spot elevations & slopes, please review & adjust accordingly. C500 – Utility Plan 31. 8” watermain to be looped out to Brooklyn Blvd. 32. Provide separate service line to each bldg. or provide joint maintenance agreements for service lines. 33. They don’t make 2” DIP, adjust water main notes accordingly. 34. All on-site utility lines to be privately owned and maintained. 35. Verify water service sizes. 36. Provide on-site fire hydrant. 37. They don’t make a 12.5 degree watermain bend. 38. Minimum sanitary sewer service pipe size to be 4”. 39. Extend sanitary line and move Sanitary Manhole #10 overtop of existing main for connection location. 40. All improvements installed within public rights of way shall be constructed to City specifications/details. C900, 901, 902 and 903 – Details 41. All work performed and materials used for construction of utilities must conform to the City standard specifications and details. The City’s standard details must be included in the plan. 42. Update to use current City plates. PC Review Memo, August 4, 2020 Preliminary Plat/Final 43. Need working copy of the preliminary plat to show all vacated easements, proposed easements, existing and proposed utilities and provide all easement documents for the City for review. A 10’ drainage and utility easement must be dedicated on the plat around the entire perimeter of the site. An additional utility easement must be dedicated on the plat for the private water main and sanitary to allow for maintenance access per the Developers Agreement. 44. Legal descriptions and easement vacation documents must be obtained for all existing easements. Existing public easements as determined by the City must be vacated, and proposed easements must be dedicated as part of the preliminary and final platting process. The formal vacation document must contain an easement vacation description and depiction exhibit signed by a professional surveyor. 45. An updated certified abstract of title or registered property report must be provided to the City Planner and City Attorney for review at the time of the preliminary plat application (within 30 days of preliminary plat application). Additionally, this will need to stay current and be updated through the approval process as required to maintain and be current within 30 days of the release of final plat. 46. The applicant is responsible for coordinating site development plans with Xcel Energy, CenterPoint Energy, Qwest Communications and other private utility companies. Any further easements necessary to provide utility service to the proposed site development shall be dedicated to the public for public use with the final plat. 47. Provide right-out only at southern property line. This access must be documented in the PUD agreement for this parcel and the necessary cross access agreements will be required. This access is to be limited to right-out only with future Brooklyn Blvd reconstruction project that will include a raised center median. Miscellaneous 48. See redlines for additional site plan comments. 49. Provide landscape and irrigation plan. 50. Provide share access agreement and easement at south property line incase properties south of plan are redeveloped. 51. Upon project completion, the applicant must submit an as-built survey of the property, improvements and utility service lines and structures; and provide certified record drawings of all project plan sheets depicting any associated private and/or public improvements, revisions and adjustments prior to issuance of the certificate of occupancy. The as-built survey must also verify that all property corners have been established and are in place at the completion of the project as determined and directed by the City Engineer. 52. Inspection for the private site improvements must be performed by the developer’s design/project engineer. Upon project completion, the design/project engineer must formally certify through a letter that the project was built in conformance with the approved plans and under the design/project engineer’s immediate and direct supervision.(see attached template letter) The engineer must be certified in the State of Minnesota and must certify all required as-built drawings (which are separate from the as-built survey). PC Review Memo, August 4, 2020 53. The total disturbed area exceeds one acre; an NPDES permit is required. In addition, the total disturbed area is less than five acres. The applicant has submitted plans to the City of Brooklyn Center for project review on behalf on the Shingle Creek Watershed Commission. Provide an updated storm water plan that meets the requirements of the Shingle Creek Watershed Commission by revising the proposed 100yr storm event to below the existing run-off rate. Basin/storage must drain down in 48 hours. 54. The City has submitted the plans to Hennepin County for review. Applicant must meet requirements from Hennepin County’s review. 55. Utility Facilities Easement Agreement required. Prior to issuance of a Land Alteration 56. Final construction/demolition plans and specifications need to be received and approved by the City Engineer in form and format as determined by the City. The final plan must comply with the approved preliminary plan and/or as amended by the City Engineer. 57. A letter of credit or a cash escrow in the amount of 100% of the estimated cost as determined b y City staff shall be deposited with the City. 58. During construction of the site improvements, and until the permanent turf and plantings are established, the developer will be required to reimburse the City for the administration and engineering inspection efforts. Please submit a deposit of $2,500 that the City can draw upon on a monthly basis. 59. A construction management plan and agreement is required that addresses general construction activities and management provisions, traffic control provisions, emergency management provisions, storm water pollution prevention plan provisions, tree protection provisions, general public welfare and safet y provisions, definition of responsibilit y p rovisions, temporary parking provisions, overall site condition provisions and non-compliance provisions. A separate $2,500 deposit will be required as part of the non-compliance provision. Anticipated Permitting: 60. A City of Brookl yn Center Land Disturbance Permit is required. 61. Applicant to obtain required permits to work in County right-of-way. 62. A MPCA NPDES permit is required. 63. Conditions specified by the City to meet the requirements of the Shingle Creek Watershed Commission must be met. 64. Other permits not listed may be required and is the responsibility of the developer to obtain and warrant. 65. Copies of all required permits must be provided to the City prior to issuance of applicable building and land disturbance permits. PC Review Memo, August 4, 2020 66. A preconstruction conference must be scheduled and held with City staff and other entities designated by the City. The aforementioned comments are provided based on the information submitted by the applicant at the time of this review. Other guarantees and site development conditions may be further prescribed throughout the project as warranted and determined b y the City. City of Brooklyn Center | 6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy | Brooklyn Center, MN 55430-2199 | (763) 569-3300 | www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org Community Development 763-569-3330 Direct August 4, 2020 C Alan Homes Development Building/Fire comments Upon review of documents provided for the development of multi-family dwelling units located at 6000 Brooklyn Blvd & 6900 Brooklyn Blvd. Items that are listed below need to be addressed: 1)A SAC determination shall be provided by MET Council with a determination letter presented to the Building Department prior to permit issuance. 2)City SAC /WAC fee is based on a determination of MET Council. If any MET Council SAC fee is applied to a structure. City SAC/WAC is applied on the Sewer and Water permit application as per Fee table located on back. Multi-family “Less than 5 acres” $4500 per multi-family structure in addition to state surcharge. 3)The buildings are considered a group R2. Per Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 1107.6.2.2.1. In Group R2 occupancies containing more than seven (7) dwelling units, at least 2 percent but not less than one of the units shall be a Type A unit. All group R2 units within a contiguous parcel of land development, irrespective of lot lines and public rights-of-way within the development, shall be considered to determine the total number of units and the required number of Type A units. a.Each development shall be provided with (1) Type A unit. b.The remaining units are NOT required to be Type B units as there is not (4) four or more dwelling units in a single structure per Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 1107.6.2.2.2. 4)At least (1) one accessible route within the site shall be provided from public transportation stops, accessible parking, accessible passenger loading zones and public streets or sidewalk to the accessible building entrance served Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 1104.1. An exterior accessible route with a slope not steeper than 1:20 that are part of an accessible route shall be (48”) forty-eight inches minimum in width per Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 403.5.4. a.Both sites that are to be provided with an accessible Type A unit shall have an exterior accessible route be provided to the main entrance of the dwelling unit. Exhibit E City of Brooklyn Center | 6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy | Brooklyn Center, MN 55430-2199 | (763) 569-3300 | www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org 5) Accessible parking requirements and space for Group R2 occupancies shall be provided with not less than 1 accessible parking space and access aisle. 6) Buildings are NOT required to sprinklered per the Special Fire Protection systems subp. 2 adopted by the City of Brooklyn Center or by MNBC & MNFC 903.2.8 when a group R2 building area is less than 4,500 square feet. 7) Fire Department access roads that have a dead end shall not be in excess of (150’) one hundred-fifty feet or shall be provided with an approved area for turning around per MNFC 503.2.5. Exception where a dead-end road serves a Group R building that are equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with NFPA, the maximum dead-end length distance is permitted to be increased up to (300’) three hundred feet. 8) Fire hydrants shall be provided, if not already existing and compliant if a building within the jurisdiction is more than 300 feet from a hydrant on a fire apparatus access road as measured by and approved route around the exterior of the facility or buildings. On site fire hydrants and mains shall be provide where required by the fire code official per MNFC 507.5.1. Dan Grinsteinner Building Official City of Brooklyn Center 763-569-3313 App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 1 Planning Commission Report Meeting Date: August 13, 2020 Application No. 2020-005 Applicant: C Alan Homes Location: 6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard (6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939 Brooklyn Boulevard) Requests: (1) Preliminary and Final Plat, (2) Site and Building Plan, (3) Establishment of a Planned Unit Development for the development of six triplexes and related site improvements REQUESTED ACTION C Alan Homes (“The Applicant”) is requesting approval of a preliminary and final plat, site and building plan, and establishment of a Planned Unit Development for a series of properties located within the 6900 block of Brooklyn Boulevard, just north of 69th Avenue North and Slim’s, and west of Brooklyn Boulevard (Exhibit A). These properties are all currently owned by the Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center and encompass the following addresses: 6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939 Brooklyn Boulevard. Due to the nature of the requests, including the establishment of a Planned Unit Development and preliminary and final plat approvals, a public hearing is required. A public notice was published in the Brooklyn Center Sun Post on June 25th, 2020 (Exhibit B). Following City staff concerns regarding adjustments to the submitted site plan to account for additional easements and questions surrounding driveway access off Brooklyn Boulevard from Hennepin County, City staff requested an extension to the application review period as granted under Minnesota Statutes Section 15.99, Subd. 3 (f)—refer to Exhibit C. This request was intended to provide additional time for the Applicant to address the aforementioned items. Due to the continuance of the public hearing, City staff mailed updated public notices out to residents and/or taxpayers and incorporated a one page informational flyer on the project in the mailing. City staff also requested Public Works install a “Development Proposal Under Review” sign on site which provides a contact number for any questions regarding the proposal. Since the requested extension, the Applicant has revised the site plan to reflect the necessary easements along Brooklyn Boulevard and the City was provided with a recommendation from Hennepin County regarding driveway access off Brooklyn Boulevard, which is detailed in this report. BACKGROUND Developer The City was approached by Terry Robertson and Curt Brekke with C Alan Homes, a local builder and remodeling company specializing in high-end single family homes, in the spring of 2020. Mr. Robertson and Mr. Brekke are interested in diversifying the focus of C Alan Homes and are seeking to develop two sets of EDA-owned sites along Brooklyn Boulevard with a series of triplexes that would be available for • Application Filed: 6/15/2020 • Review Period (60-day) Deadline: 8/14/2020 • Extension Declared: 7/7/2020 • Extended Review Period Deadline: 10/13/2020 App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 2 rent. Each triplex would consist of three, three bedroom units. The anticipated rents would likely range between $1,850 and $2,200 per month, and the Applicant has committed to providing 20% of the units as set aside for Section 8 voucher holders. Due to the Applicant’s background in high-end single family home construction, the Applicant has indicated that each building would have the look and feel of a large, high quality single family home, with a combination of individual and shared on-site amenities. Conformance with City Policies and Property Background The EDA has been acquiring single family and undersized parcels along Brooklyn Boulevard for many years as part of a larger strategy to improve safety by reducing and consolidating access points, and assembling land for redevelopment into higher density land uses. The 2040 Comprehensive Plan created an overlay district along the corridor and re-guided most of the future land uses to “Neighborhood Mixed Use” or “NMU;” allowing medium density residential and/or neighborhood-serving commercial uses. As transportation and land use patterns along the Brooklyn Boulevard corridor have changed, the EDA has strategically acquired property for redevelopment. Although the Subject Property lies just north of the area identified for the Brooklyn Boulevard reconstruction and modernization project, which ends around 65th Avenue North, land use patterns will be affected as access points are consolidated and the roadway altered to allow for a more walkable, neighborhood-oriented development pattern. As a result of the roadway reconstruction plans, as well as the re-guiding of most of the future land uses along the corridor, the City’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan Implementation Chapter included a plan for a comprehensive land use study of the Brooklyn Center corridor, which is currently underway. The intended outcome of the land use study will result in the creation of a regulatory framework for development along the corridor as well as design guidelines to help facilitate the creation of a more walkable, neighborhood-oriented development pattern along the entirety of Brooklyn Boulevard. The Brooklyn Boulevard land use study will include a health impact assessment as well as a market analysis of the area in terms of feasible land uses. One of the goals of the study is to look at EDA-owned sites, and particularly those that are only as deep as a single-family lot, to determine how they could be redeveloped in ways that puts them back into productive use without negatively impacting surrounding neighborhoods. The recently completed market analysis found that a mid-density residential product, such as row- homes or townhomes, or a low density office condo product, would be suitable along the corridor between controlled intersections given the access constraints that will exist after the majority of Brooklyn Boulevard is reconstructed. The market analysis further indicated that higher intensity commercial/retail uses would be more suitable around signalized intersections where access is better. The market analysis also found the current market would likely not bear new low and mid-rise multi- family housing development without subsidy given low market rents. The findings of the market analysis are not unique to Brooklyn Center. The cost of construction, combined with the challenge of putting together financing for projects, make it difficult to complete multi-family developments without some form of gap financing or subsidy. As a result, the vast majority of multi-family housing that is built is either market rate and in locations that can achieve the highest rents, or alternatively, affordable housing, financed through federal sources and maintained at rents affordable to those making 50-60% area median income. Very little housing is constructed that is App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 3 considered affordable to those mid-income earners making between 80-120% area median incomes. So little, in fact, that in cities across the nation this type of housing is called “the missing middle”. The land use study found that the vacancy rate for apartments along Brooklyn Boulevard is 1.3%, with lower than average market rents. The study notes that there is an opportunity to add newer inventory of all unit types, including market-rate, workforce, affordable, and senior housing. With current rental rates in Brooklyn Center low compared to the rest of the market, increasing construction costs, and higher capitalization rates (which help indicate an anticipated “rate of return” on investments and overall risk), lower density multi-family developments, such as triplexes, duplexes, and perhaps townhouses, are outlined in the market analysis as a potentially more feasible option. The EDA currently owns four properties located at the northwest corner of 69th Avenue North and Brooklyn Boulevard, which total approximately 0.98 acres. These properties, in addition to a series of four properties on the west side of the 6000 block of Brooklyn Boulevard (1.65 acres), are both under consideration for the development of triplexes by C Alan Homes, and are identified under Planning Commission Application Nos. 2020-004 (6000 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard) and 2020-005 (6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard). Although these development proposals are for the same type of product and the same application requests, a separate staff report has been prepared for each of the sites. On May 11, 2020, C Alan Homes' concept plan for the 6000 and 6900 blocks of Brooklyn Boulevard, as contemplated under Planning Commission Application Nos. 2020-004 and 2020-005, was presented to the City Council for Concept Review. The proposal was to develop two separate sites along Brooklyn Boulevard into a combined 13 triplex buildings (39 total dwelling units). The proposal addressed the re- platting of eight (8) EDA-owned lots into two separate development sites to allow for said redevelopment. On June 22, 2020, City Council approved a Preliminary Development Agreement with C Alan Homes, LLC for the two sets of EDA-owned properties. The purpose of this agreement was to allow the Applicant time to review the property, obtain financing, and negotiate with the EDA of Brooklyn Center on an agreement for the purchase of the Subject Property and property to the south (6000 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard). This Agreement is set to expire on December 31, 2020 but also allows the time necessary to work through the land use approvals contemplated under this application. Should the Applicant receive approval for the proposed use, the EDA would need to negotiate a purchase agreement for the Subject Property, which would require a separate public hearing and approval from the EDA. Site Data 2040 Land Use Plan: Neighborhood Mixed Use (N-MU @ 15.01-31 DU/Ac.) Neighborhood: Willow Lane Current Zoning: C1 (Service/Office) District Site Area: 0.98 acres Surrounding Area Direction 2040 Land Use Plan Zoning Existing Land Use North High Density Residential (HDR) R5 (Multi-Family Residence) Apartment Building South Neighborhood- Mixed Use (NMU) PUD/C2 (Planned Unit Development/Commerce) Restaurant App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 4 East Right-of-Way Right-of-Way (ROW) Brooklyn Boulevard West Neighborhood- Mixed Use (NMU) R-1 (One Family Residence) SF Detached Note: The Subject Property is located within the identified Brooklyn Boulevard Overlay District under the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. Map 1. Subject Property COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The Subject Property is currently comprised of four properties, all with an identified future land use designation of “Neighborhood-Mixed Use.” As proposed, the Subject Property would be located within the identified Brooklyn Boulevard Overlay District, which is a 1,200 foot wide corridor. The 2040 Plan stresses the creation of a walkable, transit connected, experience-based place that brings the City forward and offers new opportunities to existing and future residents. “The idea that the community will thrive with a more integrated land use pattern is fully accepted, and promoted through this Plan. The areas that are planned for this type of change are guided within this Plan for Neighborhood Mixed-Use, Commercial Mixed-Use, Business Mixed-Use and/or are designated in the Brooklyn Boulevard Overlay District.” The 2040 Comprehensive Plan also identifies the following Housing and Neighborhood Goals: • Promote a diverse housing stock that provides safe, stable, and accessible housing options to all App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 5 of Brooklyn Center’s residents. • Recognize and identify ways to match Brooklyn Center’s housing with the City’s changing demographics. Approximately 37% of the City’s housing stock is comprised of rental housing, the vast majority as multi- family units. The majority of multi-family units in the City were constructed prior to 1979, with the bulk of units having been constructed between 1966 and 1969, making the majority of multi-family inventory between 51 to 54 years in age. With the exception of the two Real Estate Equities projects currently under construction at Northway Drive and County Road 10, there has been no new construction of multi-family units since the 1970s. With the exception of three rental townhome developments, all of the City’s multi-family rental housing is comprised of one and two-bedroom units. As a result of this highly homogenous housing stock, the cost of housing in Brooklyn Center fits within a relatively narrow affordability band. One of the goals of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan is to provide a more diverse range of housing options and price points, which makes for a more economically resilient community. As part of the community engagement process for the 2040 Comprehensive Plan residents expressed a need for larger rental units. More diverse housing options would allow families to stay in Brooklyn Center if they chose as their housing needs change. In fact, the City sees a drop in population relative to Hennepin County in residents aged 45 to 65. This is due to residents moving out to find alternative housing options as their families grow. The proposed project would provide a housing type that would fulfill a segment of this current housing gap in the community. Since 2010, the number of households with children in both single-parent and married couple households has grown significantly, and the percentage of Brooklyn Center households with children is approaching 40 percent, which is well above the rate in Hennepin County and the metro area. Unlike the surrounding region, the median age of Brooklyn Center residents is younger, at 32.8 years old. This is largely due to a significant increase in residents aged 25 to 34, who oftentimes are starting families and having children. The Metropolitan Council projects that the City of Brooklyn Center will add nearly 2,000 new households to the community between 2020 and 2040. Given that the City is mostly built out, it is expected that a substantial portion of future housing would be provided in the form of multi-family units. Residents also communicated a desire to have housing options that were closer to supportive retail, commercial, and services so that they could walk, bike, or easily use transit to meet their needs. REQUESTS The nature of the Applicant’s requests would require approval of a preliminary and final plat to accommodate the anticipated site improvements and triplex buildings, the establishment of a Planned Unit Development to offer certain flexibility for the intended use and alignment with the recently adopted 2040 Comprehensive Plan, and approval of a site and building plan, as all properties above an R2 (One and Two Family Residence) District use require one. PRELIMINARY AND FINAL PLAT The proposed preliminary and final plat for what would be known as ROBERTSON AND BREKKE’S BROOKLYN BOULEVARD SECOND ADDITION would subdivide four (4) existing Economic Development Authority (EDA) of Brooklyn Center lots into six (6) new parcels to accommodate the six (6) proposed triplexes at the Subject Property located just north of 69th Avenue North and west of Brooklyn Boulevard. App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 6 Per comments #44 through #47 provided in the memorandum by Assistant City Engineer Andrew Hogg and dated August 4, 2020 (Exhibit D), the Applicant will need to address edits necessary to reflect vacated easements, proposed easements, existing and proposed utilities, and all associated easement documents for City review. A 10 foot drainage and utility easement is required for dedication around the entire perimeter of the Subject Property. An additional utility easement shall be dedicated on the plat to allow for any future maintenance of private water mains and sanitary sewer per Development Agreement requirements. The Applicant will need to submit legal descriptions and easement vacations for all existing easements and certain vacations of existing public easements, as determined by the City. The Applicant shall also provide and maintain a current abstract of title for City Attorney review. Following a review of the submitted final plat, the title block shall be updated to reflect “Brooklyn Center, Minnesota,” and “City Council of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.” The submitted plat currently displays “Bloomington” in the text. The title block should also contain an attest section for the City Clerk. Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested approval of a preliminary and final plat for ROBERTSON AND BREKKE’S BROOKLYN BOULEVARD SECOND ADDITION for the Subject Property located on what is currently known as 6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939 Brooklyn Boulevard, subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval as noted below, and the related requests for the approval of a site and building plan and establishment of a Planned Unit Development. PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT The Subject Property is currently zoned a C1 (Service/Office) District. The Applicant is requesting the property be re-zoned to a Planned Unit Development (PUD) to accommodate the intended site improvements and housing product, which would offer three (3) dwelling units in each of the six (6) proposed triplex buildings. PUDs grant flexibility within the Zoning Code to allow for developments which would not be allowed under the existing regulations. PUDs are often used to achieve a higher quality development, or achieve other City goals, in exchange for granting zoning flexibility from the City Code. Section 35-355 (Planned Unit Development) of the City Zoning Code notes that upon the rezoning for a PUD, the district shall be designated by the letters “PUD” followed by the alphanumeric designation of the underlying zoning district, which may be either the prior zoning classification or a new classification. Given that the major update to the City Zoning Code is currently underway and changes to districts are anticipated in order to align with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the request would be to re-zone following guidance from the 2040 Comprehensive Plan future land use designations for the Subject Property. PUDs may only contain uses consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan and the uniqueness of each PUD requires that specifications and standards for streets, utilities, public facilities, and the approval of a land subdivision may be subject to modifications from the City ordinances generally governing them— essentially the City Council may approve plans that are not in compliance with the usual specifications or ordinance requirements where it is found that such are not required in the interests of residents or the City, although plans shall comply with all watershed, state, and federal storm water, erosion control, and wetlands requirements. App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 7 Therefore, the proposed rezoning would be to PUD-NMU (Neighborhood Mixed Use). “Neighborhood Mixed Use” is a new future land use designation that guides surrounding key neighborhood intersections for a mix of residential, retail, and commercial/office uses. This designation plans for the redevelopment of existing uses and assumes that a minimum of 50% of the land within this designation would be used for residential purposes, at densities between 15.01 to 31 dwelling units per acre, and the remaining areas under this land use designation would be developed with neighborhood scale retail, service, and commercial uses. The designation allows for mixed uses on each parcel, but does not require it. All four parcels comprising the Subject Property hold a future land use designation of “Neighborhood Mixed Use” (refer to Map 2 below). With a total of 0.98 acres designated at 15.01-31 DU/Acre, there could be between 15 to 30 units on-site. As submitted, the proposal calls for the construction of 18 total units on the Subject Property, which falls within the lower end of the range noted above. Map 2. Future Land Use Designations (2040 Comprehensive Plan) The front setbacks requested under the application are generally less than what is allowed by Code for residential properties along a major thoroughfare (50 feet), which would severely limit the development of anything on the Subject Property, and the proposed front porches would therefore encroach closer to the property lines than is typically permitted. However, the proposed setbacks align with the guidance of the Comprehensive Plan to bring buildings closer to the corridor, provide parking in the rear, and create a more walkable, pedestrian friendly environment. A typical residential property not located on a major thoroughfare, be it single family or multi-family, requires a 35 foot front yard setback. The proposal also requests a higher percentage of three (3) bedroom units than is typically called for in the Zoning Code (no more than 10-percent); however, there are instances of multi-family dwelling units providing three (3) bedroom rental products at select multi-family properties in the City, such as Georgetown, Emerson Chalet, and Victoria Townhomes. The PUD proposal is consistent with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan in that it would align with the City’s strategic goal of Targeted Redevelopment by providing a type of mid-market housing that would fill a need in the community for larger unit rental dwelling units. The type of product proposed within this App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 8 development would feature three (3) bedroom units with an estimated rent of between $1,850 to $2,200 per month, although these numbers have yet to be finalized. The Applicant is not requesting any municipal subsidy at this time, and has indicated plans to set aside 20% of the total units for Section 8 Voucher holders. The anticipated rents are considered affordable to those making 70-80% Area Median Income (AMI). As approval of any development plan for the Subject Property shall constitute a rezoning to PUD, approvals to establish a PUD require the City Council to base its actions on the rezoning under the following criteria: 1. Compatibility of the plan with the standards, purposes, and intent of this section (Section 35- 355); 2. Consistency of the plan with the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan; 3. The impact of the plan on the neighborhood in which it is to be located; and 4. The adequacy of internal site organization, uses, densities, circulation, parking facilities, public facilities, recreational areas, open spaces, and buffering and landscaping. Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested establishment of a Planned Unit Development to allow for the re-zoning of the Subject Property, located on what is currently known as 6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939 Brooklyn Boulevard, to be re-zoned to PUD-NMU (Planned Unit Development-Neighborhood Mixed Use) District, subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval as noted below, and the receiving approvals for the related preliminary and final plat and site and building plans. SITE AND BUILDING PLAN The Applicant submitted plans for review as part of their proposal, along with a stormwater management plan, landscape plan, architectural renderings, and civil set containing utility, grading, drainage, and site plans. City staff reviewed the plans that were submitted and have provided comments for this report below: Site Design The proposed south site, located within the 6900 block of Brooklyn Boulevard, just north of 69th Avenue North and Slim’s, and west of Brooklyn Boulevard, proposes construction of six (6) triplexes on approximately 0.98 acres. Each unit would contain a garden (or basement unit), a ground (main) level unit, and an upper level unit. As proposed, each triplex building would be approximately 3,885 feet in size, and provide approximately 1,295 square feet of living space per unit. Setbacks All setbacks in the proposal are measured from the right-of-way (ROW). As the City has requested the Applicant provide a 10 foot boulevard with a 5 foot sidewalk and maintenance strip to allow for the realignment of existing sidewalk along Brooklyn Boulevard, the Subject Property is fairly shallow and faces space constraints given that the Subject Property was formerly comprised of single family properties. The chart below compares the current setback requirements with the requested standards for the proposed PUD. The underlying “Neighborhood Mixed Use” designation is a new designation that is not currently reflected in the Zoning Code; however, a major update to the Zoning Code is underway. In App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 9 reviewing the typical setbacks for a medium density residential product (R3 and R4 Districts under current Zoning Code), City staff finds the following: Table 1. Setback Flexibility Requests Current Standard Requested Flexibility Front Yard Setback 50 feet (major thoroughfares) 35 feet (from front wall) Note: Minimum 25 foot setback assuming maximum 10 foot porch encroachment under Zoning Code 11 feet (from front wall) Interior Yard Setback 10 feet -- Corner Yard Setback 25 feet -- Rear Yard Setback 40 -- As the Subject Property was formerly the location of four (4) single family homes, the six (6) proposed triplexes are able to maintain a fairly consistent setback along Brooklyn Boulevard. Between the Brooklyn Boulevard reconstruction and modernization project, which ends just blocks south of the Subject Property, and the 2040 Comprehensive Plan goals and objectives, the intent has been to create a more walkable, transit connected, and experience-based place. Phase II of the Brooklyn Boulevard Project, which will terminate near 65th Avenue North, is intended to enhance bicycle and pedestrian travel by adding trail, improving sidewalks, transit stops, adding streetscaping and landscaping, and improving the overall functionality of intersections. As proposed, the existing sidewalk located along the eastern edge of the Subject Property would be re-aligned per City requirements, which requires additional spacing for a boulevard and sidewalk maintenance strip. As the Subject Property is located within the Brooklyn Boulevard Corridor and given the overarching desire to connect properties to the aforementioned amenities, City staff is comfortable with the proposed setbacks, particularly as the Brooklyn Boulevard project is requiring additional right-of-way to accommodate the re-aligned sidewalk that would run adjacent to the proposed triplexes. Furthermore, the positioning of the triplexes closer to the roadway and sidewalk enhances the walkability for residents who might potentially reside in one of the triplexes. This is as opposed to creating a more car- oriented feel by positioning a parking lot in front of the building, thus requiring potential residents to navigate the parking lot before entering their homes. Further, it is anticipated that the future Neighborhood Mixed Use zoning district will encourage shorter front yard setbacks along Brooklyn Boulevard to maximize setbacks from adjacent single family homes to the rear and encourage more walkability. Architectural Materials At this time, the City references a set of architectural design guidelines based off the Shingle Creek Crossing PUD. To that end, the building materials referenced are typically intended for more commercial type projects (e.g. glazing, brick, stucco). Per the Applicant, the intent is to utilize modern James Hardie panels for siding with aluminum soffits and fascia to distinguish the north triplex project from the south triplex project, which has a more traditional appeal. Each unit would be fitted with custom cabinetry with solid core doors and luxury vinyl tile flooring, and the buildings would feature a concrete patio in the rear. App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 10 The garden (basement) units would feature a large daylit window well running almost the entirety of the building width, while the main floor units would feature a front porch facing Brooklyn Boulevard. The Applicant also proposes to install a patio on the rear of each triplex building with grills, and the proximity to neighboring Willow Lane Park would offer residents with access to a playground, basketball court, softball field, skating rink, and picnicking area. City staff indicated that the Applicant should strive to create a uniqueness about each building so as to create some vibrancy along the Boulevard through the use of differing roof pitches, siding colors, etc. The Applicant indicated that this was their intent. Image 1. Example Renderings of Proposed Triplex Buildings in 6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 11 Image 2. Example Main (1st) Floor Unit Access and Parking The Applicant proposes to install a driveway access off Lee Avenue North. Said access would run south along the western edge of the Subject Property before heading to a right only access off Brooklyn Boulevard. This access is reserved for emergency vehicles only per Hennepin County’s recommendation. Per the submitted site plan, the access would feature lockable bollards positioned at the end of the drive to allow for efficient snow removal. As the driveway and parking will cross through all six (6) new lots, the Applicant will need to have cross access agreements in place. As proposed, the drive aisle would only be 18 feet wide, which is below the minimum required for two- way traffic and 90-degree parking. City staff is requesting the Applicant revise the plans to allow for a 20-foot drive aisle, which is the minimum required for a fire access road under the Fire Code. This may require alterations to the front covered porches and rear patios. The Applicant notes 18 foot deep parking spaces, which is the minimum required, and tighter parking spaces provided at the minimum 8.66 feet in width. Assuming a total of 18 dwelling units, the Applicant would need to provide a minimum of two (2) spaces per dwelling unit, or 36 on-site parking spaces. As proposed, the Applicant is providing 30 spaces, which is 6 spaces shy of the minimum requirements. City staff is requesting the Applicant revise the site plans to determine if additional parking can be accommodated for on the separate five (5) car lot noted at the north end of the Subject Property. If only the 30 parking spaces are provided, it would be at a parking ratio of 1.66 spaces per dwelling unit. If the Applicant were able to, for instance, accommodate two (2) App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 12 more parking spaces, it would be at a ratio of 1.78 spaces per dwelling unit. Refer to Image 3. Image 3. Submitted Site Plan for 6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard The Applicant will need to install sidewalk along the parking areas to allow for access to the sidewalks leading to each respective triplex building. This will require some of the proposed landscaping to be shifted elsewhere on the site (e.g. between buildings) and the landscape plan updated. City staff participated in a series of conversations with Hennepin County regarding the proposed drive access off Brooklyn Boulevard, as the long term goals of Brooklyn Boulevard have included the limiting of access and consolidation of driveway curb cuts, which is a County road. As part of the EDA acquisition of these properties, existing curb cuts were taken off line. The request from the Applicant is to install an access off Lee Avenue North and another access off Brooklyn Boulevard. The County has indicated that, due to the higher volumes of traffic along this segment of Brooklyn Boulevard (over 30,000 Average Daily Traffic), three lanes of traffic, and the proximity of the proposed drive access to other nearby intersections, they would like to see no access off Brooklyn Boulevard; however, if not possible, the County would approve installation of an emergency exit only (e.g. reinforced gate with bollards). As proposed, there would be an emergency right-out only with a lockable bollard. Pending any approval of the application, the Applicant and City will need to work with the App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 13 County to address the access needs. City staff was able to work with the Applicant to identify a location on-site that allows garbage to be picked up off Lee Avenue North near the main proposed entrance, rather than requiring a garbage truck to enter the site and navigate back out. The Subject Property is located in proximity to an existing bus stop located at the northwest corner of 69th Avenue North and Brooklyn Boulevard, just down the street and in front of Slim’s. Said transit stop serves local bus route 723, which offers direct connections to the Brooklyn Center Transit Center, North Hennepin Community College, and Starlite Transit Center in Brooklyn Park. Trash, Screening, and Lighting As mentioned above, City staff worked with the Applicant to identify a location for the proposed trash enclosure that would not require a garbage truck to navigate the site with the emergency exit in place. As proposed, the trash enclosure would be located just inside the main access to the site and would allow a garbage truck to pull straight in and back straight back out onto Lee Avenue North. Said trash enclosure shall be fully screened per City Code requirements with opaque front doors. Refer to Image 4 below. Image 4. Location of Trash Enclosure. Given the higher intensity residential use on the Subject Property in relation to the adjacent single family home to the southwest and across Lee Avenue North, the Applicant will be required to install a buffer. The Applicant has indicated installation of a fence along this portion of the Subject Property on their submitted site plan. Due to buffering provisions found in Section 35-410, which addresses the special requirements of medium and higher density multi-family residential districts (R3, R4, R5, R6, and R7 Districts), City staff is requesting installation of a minimum 6-foot opaque fence that is in harmony with the surrounding residential neighborhood and provides sufficient screening of the triplexes and specifically drive aisles and parking, from the adjacent single family home. A photometric/lighting plan was not provided as part of the submittal. Per the Zoning Code, “all exterior lighting shall be provided with lenses, reflectors, or shades so as to concentrate illumination on the App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 14 property of the owner or operator of said illumination devices.” Additionally, glare shall not emanate from or be visible beyond the boundaries of the illuminated premises. Section 35-712 (Lighting) of the City Zoning Code further specifies that lighting shall not exceed ten (10) foot candles when measured at the property lines abutting the street right-of-way or non-residentially zoned properties or three (3) foot candles for residentially zoned properties. The Applicant should be cognizant to provide sufficient lighting for residents navigating the parking lot at night or accessing the trash enclosures, but minimize illumination levels and glare to single family residential properties abutting the Subject Property and located across Lee Avenue North. This might perhaps be achieved through pedestrian level lighting that can provide sufficient illumination for residents to navigate to their respective homes. Additionally, lighting should be provided for each exterior door. Landscaping The project submittal includes a detailed landscape plan, which illustrates the proposed planting schedule (i.e., trees, shrubs, annuals/perennials, mature size, planting size, root conditions). Although City Code does not have any specific requirements on landscaping, the City has operated under and held new and redeveloped areas to complying with the City’s adopted Landscape Point System policy, which assigns points to a given site based on the acreage of a development. The point system requires commercial sites to provide a specific amount or number of landscaping units, and is based on the maximum percentage of certain materials (i.e., 50% shade trees; 40% coniferous trees; 35% decorative trees; and 25% shrubs). Table 2. Landscape Point System Policy Calculations for Subject Property. Planting Type Minimum Size Points Per Planting Maximum Points (%) Points Accrued Shade Trees 2 ½” diameter 10 50% or 45 points (5 trees x 10 = 50) Coniferous Trees 5’ height 6 40% or 36 points (5 trees x 6 = 30) Decorative Trees 1” diameter 1.5 35% or 31.5 points (1 tree x 1.5 = 1.5) Shrubs 12” diameter 0.5 25% or 22.5 points (41 shrubs x 0.5 = 20.5) Total 100% (90 point min.) 97 points Assuming a Multi-Family Residential use, the Subject Property would need to provide a minimum of 90 points under the City’s Landscape Point System Policy. As provided, the Landscape Plan provides for 97 points, which is above and beyond the minimum requirements. City staff reviewed the proposed showy mountain ash tree, which is a decorative (or ornamental) tree, and found that it is native to the northern North American climates and does not appear to be susceptible to the Emerald Ash Borer, as it is not a “true” ash tree. Although not indicated on the submitted Landscape Plan and not counted in the Landscape Point System Policy, the Applicant should look for opportunities to plant perennial grasses or flowers along the triplex buildings, particularly along Brooklyn Boulevard and in-between buildings for curb appeal. The Applicant may need to evaluate whether there is sufficient spacing for the two proposed Prairie Statesman Swiss Stone Pines located in proximity to the trash enclosure off Lee Avenue North. In addition, the Applicant will need to relocate at least some of the proposed Techny Arborvitae proposed along the northernmost triplex and the Cupressina Norway Spruce on the Lee Avenue North side as App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 15 there will need to be a sidewalk connection between the proposed five space parking lot on the north end of the site to the triplexes, assuming access towards the rear of the buildings. All green areas on the site will be sodded except in areas where viable turf exists and is totally undisturbed by construction. The burden will be on the developer to prove at the time of a site inspection that the groundcover has been properly maintained and restored. The Planting Notes on the submitted Landscape Plan indicate that any existing boulevard trees would be fenced off and protected during construction. As noted in the Irrigation Notes on the submitted Landscape Plan, the contractor would be responsible for providing an irrigation layout plan to the City pending submittal of any building permits for the proposed project. Safety and Security The Applicant should work with the Brooklyn Center Police Department to identify opportunities to provide sufficient security measures for each of the proposed triplexes. In the cases of multi-family residential properties, the Zoning Code outlines special requirements under Section 35-410 (Special Requirements in R3, R4, R5, R6, and R7 Districts). Such requirements include the installation of an approved security system to control access within each multiple family building, such as locked building entrances or foyer doors, and locked doors leading from hallways to individual units. Dead-latch type locks shall be provided with lever or door knobs on the inside of building entrance doors that can be locked from the inside and outside. Engineering Review Andrew Hogg, Assistant City Engineer, reviewed plans and provided a memorandum and a redlined set of plans, dated August 4th, 2020 (Exhibit D). All engineering comments must be addressed prior to the issuance of any permits for land disturbing activity. It should be noted that an as-built survey will be required upon project completion, and inspection for the private site improvements is to be performed by the Applicant’s design/project engineer with certification required upon project completion. The Applicant will need to work with the City and County to obtain and address any and all requirements and permitting prior to beginning work, including a cross access agreement, and Utility Facilities Easement Agreement. The final plat shall be recorded at the County prior to issuance of any permits. The Applicant will be responsible for removing any remaining driveways and sidewalk adjacent to Brooklyn Boulevard and installation of a re-aligned sidewalk south towards Slim’s. As mentioned previously, the Applicant is responsible to provide a 10 foot boulevard with a 5 foot sidewalk and maintenance strip to accommodate this. The Applicant will also need to install sidewalk along the proposed parking lot off Lee Avenue North as well as a connection between the proposed five space parking lot and the triplexes. Fire Inspection/Building Review Building Official Dan Grinsteinner and Fire Inspector Brandon Gautsch reviewed the submitted plans. Per Dan Grinsteinner’s memo, dated August 4, 2020 (Exhibit E), the Applicant will need to submit for a SAC (Sewer Accessibility Charge) determination to the Metropolitan Council. No building permits shall be issued until any SAC charges are determined and paid for upon release of building permits. In addition, a City SAC/WAC (Water Accessibility Charge) fee will be due. App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 16 As the buildings are considered “Group R2,” the Applicant will need to provide for accessible units, and an accessible route shall be provided from any and all public transportation stops, accessible parking, accessible passenger loading zones, and public streets or sidewalks to any required accessible building entrances. Although each building is considered to be a “Group R2,” the buildings are not required to be sprinklered as they are under 4,500 square feet in size, so long as all Fire Code requirements relating to access are met, including a minimum 20 foot wide drive aisle. To that end, fire hydrants shall be provided in instances where they are not already in existence or in compliance with Fire Code. Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested site and building plan for the Subject Property located on what is currently known as 6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939 Brooklyn Boulevard, subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval as noted below, and the receiving of approvals for the related preliminary and final plat and establishment of a Planned Unit Development. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Staff recommends the following conditions be attached to any positive recommendation on the approval of Planning Commission Application No. 2020-005 for the Subject Property located within the 6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard and comprised of Anticipated Permitting 1. The Applicant shall apply for and receive a City Land Disturbance permit prior to commencing any grading or land clearance activities on the site. 2. The Applicant shall obtain any required permits from Hennepin County for work in the County right-of-way. 3. The Applicant shall meet all requirements of the Shingle Creek Watershed Commission, including incorporation of water quality measures, as specified by the City. 4. The Applicant shall apply for and receive all applicable City building permits prior to commencing construction of any work. 5. Other permits not listed may be required and is the responsibility of the developer to obtain and warrant. 6. Copies of all required permits must be provided to the City prior to issuance of applicable building and land disturbance permits. 7. A preconstruction conference must be scheduled and held with City staff and other entities designated by the City. Plat Review 8. Approval of the preliminary and final plats are contingent upon the addressing of comments by Assistant City Engineer Hogg in his memorandum dated August 4, 2020. 9. Final plat and mylar shall be subject to the provisions of Chapter 15 of the City Code of Ordinances (Platting). 10. Any comments and/or requirements as provided by Hennepin County. 11. Any comments and/or requirements from the City Attorney’s office, and specifically regarding an updated certified abstract of title. 12. The successful recording of said plat (mylar) with Hennepin County. App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 17 PUD / Site Plan Review 13. Any significant changes or modifications made to this request can only be made by an amendment to the approved Planned Unit Development as approved by the City Council. 14. The Applicant shall enter into a Purchase Agreement with the Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center prior to the execution of the Final Plat. 15. The Applicant shall enter into a PUD agreement with the City of Brooklyn Center prior to the execution of the Final Plat. 16. The Applicant shall enter into a Performance Agreement with supporting financial guarantee approved by the City shall be executed prior to the issuance of any permits. 17. The Applicant shall enter into a Construction Management Plan and Agreement and provide a separate deposit for any non-compliance. Engineering Review 18. The Applicant agrees to comply with all conditions or provisions noted in the City Engineer’s Review memorandum, dated August 4, 2020. a. Final grading, drainage, utility, and erosion control plans and any other site engineering related issues are subject to review and approval by the City Engineer for City site and building plan approval and prior to the issuance of permits. Fire Inspector/ Building Official Review 19. The Applicant shall work to ensure all applicable 2015 Minnesota Fire Code requirements have been met as part of any plan approval, including installation of a minimum 20-foot wide drive aisle. 20. The building plans are subject to review and approval by the Building Official with respect to applicable codes prior to the issuance of permits. 21. The Applicant shall apply for a SAC determination from the Metropolitan Council. Said determination shall be forwarded to the City and paid for upon issuance of any City permits. 22. The Applicant shall work with the Building Official to address all minimum requirements for accessibility as they relate to units, parking, accessible routes, etc. The aforementioned comments are provided based on the information submitted by the applicant at the time of this review. Other guarantees and site development conditions may be further prescribed throughout the project as warranted and determined by the City. RECOMMENDATION The findings of fact, based on the staff’s review of the submitted plans support a recommendation for approval of the application. Based on the findings and the above-noted conditions of approval, staff recommends the following motion: Motion to approve a Resolution recommending the City Council approve Planning Commission Application No. 2020-005 for Preliminary and Final Plat, and site and building plan approvals, and the establishment of a Planned Unit Development for the Subject Property located in the 6900 block of Brooklyn Boulevard and known as 6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939 Brooklyn Boulevard, based on the findings of fact and submitted plans, as amended by the conditions of approval in the resolution. App. No. 2020-005 PC 08/13/2020 Page 18 Attachments Exhibit A-Planning Application No. 2020-005 and documentation, submitted by C Alan Homes, LLC, and dated June 15, 2020 Exhibit B- Public Hearing Notice, dated June 25, 2020, as published in the Brooklyn Center Sun Post, and updated Public Hearing Notice and one page informational flyer. Exhibit C- 60 Day Review Extension Letter, dated July 7, 2020. Exhibit D- Memorandum and Exhibits, prepared by Assistant City Engineer Andrew Hogg, and dated August 4, 2020. Exhibit E- Memorandum, prepared by Building Official Dan Grinsteinner, and dated August 4, 2020. o O I< L 'b \\ ,,,,...... '+ For Office Use Only · -"="• I -�-C..,._..E,....N �l'E.R .· I ·. ·. AT }HE t,E�TER Date Received: Date Application Complete: Letter of Completeness: PC App No. 2020 Planning Commission Application Applicant Information: Name: C Alan Homes Address:5215 Terraceview Ln N Plymouth MN 55446 Office Phone: ________________ Cell: 763-228-1785 Email: nationalchamp55442@yahoo.com FAX:------------------ Property Owner Information* (if different from Applicant): Name: Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center Property Owner Address: ________________________________ _ Office Phone: __________________ Cell: _________________ _ Email: FAX: ________________ _ Project Information: Provide a general description of your project and request(s): Construction of Six Tri Plex Units and Associated Site Improvements. Address/Location of Property: 6900 Brooklyn Blvd north Addresses. See attachment sheet Legal Description of Property: ------------------------------- ✓ Application Type (Mark all that Apply) Comprehensive Plan Amendment $1,050 Rezoning $1,050 Special/Interim Use Permit $250 Site and Building Plan Review $750 Planned Unit Development $1,800 Preliminary Plat $400 LW ' 1; ,;, � - ll I· • 1-.,. ll,; ,., Appeal Zoning Code Text Amendment Special/Interim Use Permit Amendment Variance Planned Unit Development Amendment ✓Final Plat $200 $500 $150 $200 $700 $200 IMPORTANT: All applications may be subject to additional fees for reimbursement of costs incurred by the City for filing, reviewing, and processing applications in the form of an escrow to the City. Application Fee: $3,150 Escrow Amount: $ 1000 Receipt No: 2020-005 06/15/2020 Exhibit A C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . 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ALL STOCKPIL E S S H A L L B E L O C A T E D W I T H I N T H E C O N S T R U C T I O N L I M I T S O R D E S I G N A T E D STAGING AREA S . 2. ALL CONTROL O F W A T E R A N D E R O S I O N A N D S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L M E A S U R E S S H A L L B E SEQUENCED, IN S T A L L E D , A N D M A I N T A I N E D B Y T H E C O N T R A C T O R . 3. ALL WORK SHA L L B E P E R F O R M E D I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H T H E E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T CONTROL PLAN S F O R T H E P R O J E C T . S E E E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L P L A N A N D N O T E S FOR ADDITIONA L I N F O R M A T I O N . 4. ALL PUBLIC R O A D W A Y S A N D P R I V A T E D R I V E W A Y S I N S I D E T H E C O N S T R U C T I O N L I M I T S S H A L L REMAIN OPEN F O R T H E D U R A T I O N O F C O N S T R U C T I O N . 5. EXISTING TOP O G R A P H I C S U R V E Y S H O W N I S B A S E D O N A S I T E S U R V E Y P E R F O R M E D B Y W BROWN LAND S U R V E Y I N G I N 2 0 2 0 . 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CONTRACTORSHALL REPAIR ANY DAMAGE INFLICTEDTO NEIGHBORING PROPERTIES.PROTECT POWERPOLE IN PLACE R E M O V E 3 9 L F ± C U R B & G U T T E R A N D S A W C U T P A V E M E N T 2 ' F R O M C U R B REMOVE & REPLACE 526 SF±PAVEMENT FOR UTILITYCONNECTIONREMOVE 2,550 SF± SIDEWALK.CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDEPROTECTED ACCESSIBLEPEDESTRIAN ROUTE APPROVEDBY THE CITY DURING PUBLICSIDEWALK DISTURBANCE PROTECTELECTRICAL MHIN PLACE P R O T E C T P O W E R P O L E I N P L A C E PROTECT POWERPOLE & GUY WIREIN PLACEPROTECT BORDERFENCE IN PLACE REMOVE 32 LF± CURB &GUTTER AND SAWCUTPAVEMENT 2' FROM CURB REMOVE 64 LF± CURB &GUTTER AND SAWCUTPAVEMENT 2' FROM CURB C O O R D I N A T E A N D C O N F I R M D E M O L I T I O N L I M I T S I N R O W W I T H C I T Y B E F O R E S T A R T I N G W O R K P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200503 - 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD 6 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C100 - EC & REM.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:19 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . 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ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200503 - 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD 6 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C200 - EROS.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:20 PM B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 3 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 2 0 0 E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L D E T A I L S B J L C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . 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A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200503 - 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD 6 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C200 - EROS.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:20 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 3 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 2 1 0 E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L - P H A S E I B J L L E G E N D P R O P O S E D P R O P E R T Y L I N E E X I S T I N G L I M I T S O F C O N S T R U C T I O N T O P O G R A P H I C C O N T O U R T O P O G R A P H I C I N D E X C O N T O U R 8 0 2 8 0 0 8 0 2 8 0 0 C U R B & G U T T E R S T O R M S E W E R D R A I N T I L E S W A L E F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N O U T L E T R I P R A P C O N S T R U C T I O N E N T R A N C E E R O S I O N C O N T R O L B L A N K E T I N L E T P R O T E C T I O N B U I L D I N G F L A R E D E N D S E C T I O N I N L E T G U T T E R O U T C U R B S I L T F E N C E S F S O I L B O R I N G S D I R E C T I O N O F O V E R L A N D F L O W B I O - R O L L I T E M S I L T F E N C E U N I T L I N E A R F E E T Q U A N T I T Y 5 5 2 E R O S I O N C O N T R O L B L A N K E T S Q U A R E F E E T X X X C O N S T R U C T I O N R O C K E N T R A N C E E A C H 1 I N L E T P R O T E C T I O N D E V I C E E A C H 3 T R E E P R O T E C T I O N R I N G E A C H 1 P H A S E I E R O S I O N C O N T R O L M A T E R I A L S Q U A N T I T I E S B I O L O G L I N E A R F E E T 3 7 0 B J L 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH | | | | |||||2.4 0.3 ||||||||||||868 |CO|CO|CO|||||||CO -4.5%-5.0%-4.8%-4.3%-4.9% - 2 . 5 % -1.2%-1.3%-0.9%-0.9%-2.6%866 865867867868868 8 6 8 868 //////////////////////////////////////// // // // // //CB INSERTTREE PROTECTIONRINGCB INSERT CB INSERTCB INSERT CB INSERT SF SFSFSFSFSFSF S F PERIMETER CONTROL CAN BEREMOVED ONCE PROPERTY FENCEIS INSTALLED AND PERMANENTCOVER IS ESTABLISHED P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200503 - 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD 6 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C200 - EROS.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:20 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 3 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 2 1 1 E R O S I O N & S E D I M E N T C O N T R O L - P H A S E I I B J L C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . 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ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH P A V E M E N T A R E A 0 . 2 5 A C B U I L D I N G A R E A 7 , 0 5 0 S F S E E D I N G A R E A 0 . 3 8 A C P R E - C O N S T R U C T I O N I M P E R V I O U S 0 . 0 0 A C P O S T - C O N S T R U C T I O N I M P E R V I O U S 0 . 5 5 A C A R E A S U M M A R Y D I S T U R B E D A R E A 0 . 9 8 A C | | | | |||||2.4 0.3 ||||||||||||COCOCOCO//////////////////////////////////////// // // // // //REMOVE AND REPLACE LEEAVE PAVEMENT SECTION INKIND FOR UTILITY WORK 10' BOULEVARD AND5' SIDEWALK INPUBLIC ROW TO BECONSTRUCTED BYOTHERS E M E R G E N C Y E X I T O N L Y S I G N A G E D O N O T E N T E R S I G N A G E PROPERTY FENCE TOBE INSTALLED ALONGPROPERTY LINE P R O P E R T Y F E N C E T O B E I N S T A L L E D A L O N G P R O P E R T Y L I N E SEE REINFORCEDCONCRETE SECTIONFOR TRASH PAD SEE TRASHENCLOSURE DETAILON SHEET C900 L O C K A B L E B O L L A R D S F O R E M E R G E N C Y V E H I C L E T R A F F I C O N L Y C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . A L L R I G H T S R E S E R V E D S O L U T I O N B L U E P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200503 - 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD 6 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C300 - SITE.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:20 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . 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C E R T I F I C A T I O N X X / X X / 2 0 1 9 X X X X # X X D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N B E N C H M A R K S ( B M ) P R E L I M I N A R Y CADD USER: Benjamin Lucas FILE: C:\USERS\BLUCAS\DROPBOX\PROJECTS\200503 - 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD 6 UNITS - C ALLEN HOMES\WORKING FILES\CAD\DWG\PLAN SHEETS\C400 - GRAD.DWG PLOT SCALE: 1:1 PLOT DATE: 7/23/2020 2:21 PM ( I N F E E T ) G R A P H I C S C A L E S B I N Know what'sbelow.before you dig.Call R B E N J A M I N L U C A S X X . 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X X . 2 0 2 0 5 4 2 6 5 2 0 0 5 0 3 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 B J L C 9 0 1 U T I L I T Y D E T A I L S B J L B J L 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6900 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH SANITARY SEWERSAN-01 SECTION PLANSANITARY SEWERSAN-09 S A N I T A R Y S E W E R S A N - 1 0 S A N I T A R Y S E W E R S A N - 1 1 S A N I T A R Y S E W E R S A N - 1 4 SANITARY SEWERSAN-16 WATER MAINWAT-03 W A T E R M A I N W A T - 0 4 W A T E R M A I N W A T - 0 5 W A T E R M A I N W A T - 0 6 WATER MAINWAT-09 WATER MAINWAT-13 C O P Y R I G H T © 2 0 2 0 B Y S O L U T I O N B L U E I N C . 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D O N O T P L A C E M U L C H I N C O N T A C T W I T H P L A N T S T E M P L A N T C E N T E R , T Y P I C A L 12" MIN S c a l e : 0 1 N T S P L A N T I N G D E T A I L : T R E E S c a l e : 0 2 N T S P L A N T I N G D E T A I L : S H R U B S S c a l e : 0 3 N T S P L A N T I N G D E T A I L : F O R B / G R S GENERAL N O T E S 1. REFER TO CIVIL D R A W I N G S F O R G R A D I N G , U T I L I T I E S , E R O S I O N C O N T R O L , HARDCOVER/PARK I N G L A Y O U T , P R O J E C T E X T E N T S / B O U N D A R I E S A N D DISTURBED SOIL R E S T O R A T I O N A R E A S . 2. REFER TO ARCHI T E C T U R A L D R A W I N G S F O R B U I L D I N G I N F O R M A T I O N . 3. CONTRACTOR SH A L L I N S P E C T T H E S I T E A N D B E C O M E F A M I L I A R W I T H EXISTING CONDITI O N S R E L A T I N G T O T H E N A T U R E A N D S C O P E O F W O R K . 4. CONTRACTOR SH A L L V E R I F Y P L A N L A Y O U T A N D B R I N G T O T H E A T T E N T I O N OF THE LANDSCAP E A R C H I T E C T A N Y D I S C R E P A N C I E S W H I C H M A Y COMPROMISE THE D E S I G N O R I N T E N T O F T H E L A Y O U T . 5. CONTRACTOR SH A L L A S S U R E C O M P L I A N C E W I T H A P P L I C A B L E C O D E S A N D REGULATIONS GO V E R N I N G T H E W O R K A N D M A T E R I A L S S U P P L I E D . 6. CONTRACTOR SH A L L P R O T E C T E X I S T I N G R O A D S , C U R B S / G U T T E R S , WALKWAYS, TREE S , L A W N S , A N D O T H E R S I T E F E A T U R E S D E S I G N A T E D T O REMAIN DURING C O N S T R U C T I O N O P E R A T I O N S . D A M A G E T O S A M E S H A L L BE REPAIRED AT N O A D D I T I O N A L C O S T T O T H E O W N E R . 7. CONTRACTOR SH A L L V E R I F Y A L I G N M E N T A N D L O C A T I O N S O F UNDERGROUND A N D A B O V E G R A D E U T I L I T I E S A N D P R O V I D E T H E NECESSARY PROT E C T I O N F O R S A M E B E F O R E C O N S T R U C T I O N B E G I N S . 8. CONTRACTOR SH A L L C O O R D I N A T E T H E P H A S E S O F C O N S T R U C T I O N A N D PLANTING INSTALL A T I O N W I T H O T H E R C O N T R A C T O R S W O R K I N G O N S I T E . 9. UNDERGROUND U T I L I T I E S S H A L L B E I N S T A L L E D S O T H A T T R E N C H E S D O NOT CUT THROUG H R O O T S Y S T E M S O F A N Y E X I S T I N G T R E E S T O R E M A I N . 10. EXISTING CONTO U R S , P A V E M E N T , V E G E T A T I O N , U T I L I T I E S A N D O T H E R FEATURES ARE BA S E D U P O N I N F O R M A T I O N S U P P L I E D T O T H E L A N D S C A P E ARCHITECT BY OT H E R S . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L V E R I F Y D I S C R E P A N C I E S PRIOR TO CONSTR U C T I O N A N D N O T I F Y L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T O F S A M E . 11. CONTRACTOR SH A L L R E V I E W T H E S I T E F O R D E F I C I E N C I E S I N T H E P L A N T MATERIAL SELECT I O N S A N D O T H E R S I T E C O N D I T I O N S W H I C H M I G H T NEGATIVELY AFFE C T P L A N T E S T A B L I S H M E N T , S U R V I V A L O R W A R R A N T Y . UNDESIRABLE PLA N T M A T E R I A L S E L E C T I O N S O R S I T E C O N D I T I O N S S H A L L BE BROUGHT TO T H E A T T E N T I O N O F T H E L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T P R I O R TO BEGINNING OF W O R K . 12. ALL PLANTING B E D S N O T C O N T A I N E D B Y S T R U C T U R E S , C U R B O R P A V I N G MUST BE EDGED W I T H C O M M E R C I A L G R A D E S T E E L E D G I N G ( 5 " H x 3 1 6 " ) . 13. ALL EXISTING TR E E S T O B E S A V E D A N D P R O T E C T E D ( S E E L 0 0 0 ) ( E X I S T I N G TREES ARE DRAW N A T N O R M A L M A T U R E C R O W N D I A M E T E R A N D T H I S DOES NOT REFLE C T E X I S T I N G C R O W N S I Z E S , S E E S U R V E Y ) . PLANTING N O T E S 1. PROPOSED PLA N T M A T E R I A L S H A L L C O M P L Y W I T H T H E L A T E S T E D I T I O N OF THE AMERICA N S T A N D A R D F O R N U R S E R Y S T O C K . U N L E S S N O T E D OTHERWISE, DEC I D U O U S S H R U B S S H A L L H A V E A T L E A S T 5 C A N E S A T THE SPECIFIED H E I G H T . O R N A M E N T A L T R E E S S H A L L H A V E N O ' V ' CROTCHES AND S H A L L B E G I N B R A N C H I N G N O L O W E R T H A N 3 ' F E E T ABOVE THE ROO T B A L L . S T R E E T A N D B O U L E V A R D T R E E S S H A L L B E G I N G BRANCHING NO L O W E R T H A N 6 ' F E E T A B O V E F I N I S H E D G R A D E . 2. EXISTING BLVD T R E E S T O B E F E N C E D O F F A N D P R O T E C T E D D U R I N G CONSTRUCTION3. ALL PLANT MAT E R I A L S H A L L B E W A R R A N T I E D B Y T H E C O N T R A C T O R F O R A PERIOD OF ON E Y E A R A F T E R O W N E R / A R C H I T E C T ' S W R I T T E N ACCEPTANCE. AN Y A C T S O F V A N D A L I S M O R D A M A G E W H I C H M A Y OCCUR PRIOR TO T H E A R C H I T E C T ' S W R I T T E N A C C E P T A N C E S H A L L B E THE RESPONSIBI L I T Y O F T H E C O N T R A C T O R . 4. NO PLANTS SHA L L B E I N S T A L L E D U N T I L F I N A L G R A D I N G A N D CONSTRUCTION H A S B E E N C O M P L E T E D I N T H E I M M E D I A T E A R E A 5. PROVIDE A MINI M U M O F 4 I N C H E S O F T O P S O I L F O R A L L T U R F A N D SEEDED AREAS. P R O V I D E A M I N I M U M O F 1 2 I N C H E S O F P L A N T I N G S O I L CONSISTING OF 1 / 3 T O P S O I L , 1 / 3 S A N D , A N D 1 / 3 C O M P O S T I N A L L S H R U B AND PERENNIAL B E D S . 6. ALL PROPOSED P L A N T S S H A L L B E S T A K E D A S S H O W N O N T H E DRAWINGS AND/ O R A S D I R E C T E D I N T H E F I E L D B Y T H E A R C H I T E C T . T H E ARCHITECT MUST A P P R O V E A L L S T A K I N G L O C A T I O N S O F P L A N T MATERIAL PRIOR T O A N Y D I G G I N G . 7. ALL PLANT MAT E R I A L S T O B E I N S T A L L E D P E R P L A N T I N G D E T A I L S . 8. WRAP ALL DECI D U O U S T R E E S F R O M T H E G R O U N D T O T H E F I R S T BRANCH. WRAPPI N G M A T E R I A L S H A L L B E Q U A L I T Y , H E A V Y WATERPROOF C R E P E P A P E R M A N U F A C T U R E D F O R T H I S P U R P O S E . WRAP ALL DECID U O U S T R E E S P L A N T E D I N T H E F A L L P R I O R T O DECEMBER 1ST A N D R E M O V E A L L W R A P P I N G A F T E R M A Y 1 S T . 9. ALL PLANT MAT E R I A L S H A L L B E C L E A R L Y I D E N T I F I E D ( C O M M O N O R LATIN NOMENCLA T U R E ) W I T H A P L A S T I C T A G W H I C H S H A L L N O T B E REMOVED PRIOR T O T H E A R C H I T E C T ' S A P P R O V A L . 10. APPLY PRE-EME R G E N T H E R B I C I D E ( P R E E N O R A P P R O V E D E Q ) I N A L L PLANTING BEDS F O L L O W E D B Y 3 " O F D O U B L E S H R E D D E D H A R D W O O D MULCH TOPPING U N L E S S O T H E R W I S E N O T E D . 11. ALL SEEDED AR E A S A N D P L A N T I N G S W I T H I N T H E P R O J E C T S C O P E M U S T BE IRRIGATED OR W A T E R E D V I A T E M P O R A R Y H O S E B I B S T H R O U G H T H E ESTABLISHMENT P E R I O D . T U R F / S O D N O T E S 1 . S O D A L L A R E A S D I S T U R B E D D U E T O C O N S T R U C T I O N A C T I V I T Y A N D G R A D I N G U N L E S S N O T E D O T H E R W I S E 2 . W H E R E S O D A B U T S P A V E D S U R F A C E S , F I N I S H E D G R A D E O F S O D / S E E D S H A L L B E H E L D 1 " B E L O W S U R F A C E E L E V A T I O N O F T R A I L , S L A B , C U R B E T C . 3 . S O D S H A L L B E L A I D P A R A L L E L T O T H E C O N T O U R S A N D S H A L L H A V E S T A G G E R E D J O I N T S . O N S L O P E S S T E E P E R T H A N 3 : 1 O R D R A I N A G E S W A L E S , S O D S H A L L B E S T A K E D S E C U R E L Y . 4 . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L W A T E R S O D T H O R O U G H L Y I M M E D I A T E L Y A F T E R I N S T A L L A T I O N . T H E N W A T E R S O D D A I L Y F O R T H E F I R S T 3 0 D A Y S F O L L O W I N G I N T A L L A T I O N . I R R I G A T I O N N O T E S 1 . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L B E R E S P O N S I B L E F O R P R O V I D I N G A N I R R I G A T I O N L A Y O U T P L A N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S A S P A R T O F T H E S C O P E O F W O R K W H E N B I D D I N G . T H E S E S H A L L B E A P P R O V E D B Y T H E L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T P R I O R T O O R D E R A N D / O R I N S T A L L A T I O N . I T S H A L L B E T H E L A N D S C A P E C O N T R A C T O R ' S R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y T O E N S U R E T H A T S O D D E D / S E E D A N D P L A N T E D A R E A S A R E I R R I G A T E D P R O P E R L Y , I N C L U D I N G T H O S E A R E A S D I R E C T L Y A R O U N D A N D A B U T T I N G B U I L D I N G F O U N D A T I O N . 2 . S H R U B S A N D P E R E N N I A L B E D S T O B E I R R I G A T E D W I T H D R I P I R R I G A T I O N . S O D T O B E I R R I G A T E D W I T H S P R A Y . R A I N G A R D E N S N O T T O B E I R R I G A T E D . 3 . L A N D S C A P E C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L P R O V I D E T H E O W N E R W I T H A W A T E R I N G / L A W N I R R I G A T I O N S C H E D U L E A P P R O P R I A T E T O T H E P R O J E C T S I T E C O N D I T I O N S A N D T O P L A N T M A T E R I A L S G R O W T H R E Q U I R E M E N T S . 4 . L A N D S C A P E C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L E N S U R E T H A T S O I L C O N D I T I O N S A N D C O M P A C T I O N A R E A D E Q U A T E T O A L L O W F O R P R O P E R D R A I N A G E A R O U N D T H E C O N S T R U C T I O N S I T E . U N D E S I R A B L E C O N D I T I O N S S H A L L B E B R O U G H T T O T H E A T T E N T I O N O F T H E L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T P R I O R T O B E G I N N I N G O F W O R K . I T S H A L L B E T H E L A N D S C A P E C O N T R A C T O R ' S R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y T O E N S U R E P R O P E R S U R F A C E A N D S U B S U R F A C E D R A I N A G E I N A L L P L A N T I N G A R E A S . 5 . C O O R D I N A T E I R R I G A T I O N S L E E V I N G L O C A T I O N S W I T H G E N E R A L C O N T R A C T O R . 6 . R A I N S E N S O R S T O B E I N C L U D E D W I T H I N T H E I R R I G A T I O N D E S I G N . 7 . I R R I G A T I O N L I M I T S T O E X T E N D T O S T R E E T B A C K O F C U R B . I R R I G A T I O N S H A L L N O T O V E R S P R A Y P U B L I C S I D E W A L K S O R P A V E D S U R F A C E S . L 2 0 0 P L A N T I N G D E T A I L S P E B L P R O J E C T N O : R E V I S I O N H I S T O R Y D A T E D E S C R I P T I O N I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N O R R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y D I R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y L I C E N S E D P R O F E S S I O N A L E N G I N E E R U N D E R T H E L A W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . D A T E : R E G . N O . C E R T I F I C A T I O N 0 7 / 2 7 / 2 0 P R E L I M L A N D S C A P E # 0 1 D E S I G N E D : R E V I E W E D : P H A S E : S U M M A R Y D R A W N : I N I T I A L I S S U E : N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N P R E L I M J O N A T H A N B L A S E G 0 7 . 2 7 . 2 0 2 0 5 6 7 1 4 2 0 2 3 0 7 / 2 3 / 2 0 J B J B J B 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD, BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 6000 BROOKLYN BLVD TRI-PLEX DEVELOPMENT C. ALEN HOMES 5215 TERRACEVIEW LANE NORTH P E B L D E S I G N 3 2 4 3 W i n p a r k D r i v e N e w H o p e , M N 5 5 4 2 7 t : 7 6 3 . 5 4 4 . 8 0 0 2 w w w . p e b l . d e s i g n Exhibit B City of Brooklyn Center | 6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy | Brooklyn Center, MN 55430-2199 | (763) 569-3300 | www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take notice that the Planning Commission of the City of Brooklyn Center will hold an on-line public hearing on Thursday, August 13, 2020, at approximately 7:00 p.m. Meeting materials can be accessed by visiting the City of Brooklyn Center’s website at: https://www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org/index.aspx?NID=255. A definite time for this application to be considered cannot be given as it will depend on the progression of the agenda items. This public hearing was originally scheduled for July 9, 2020; however, the public hearing was continued to allow additional time to address necessary easements along Brooklyn Boulevard and access off Brooklyn Boulevard. TYPE OF REQUEST: Establishment of a Planned Unit Development, Site and Building Plan, and Preliminary and Final Plat Approvals PETITIONER: C Alan Homes PROPERTY OWNER: Economic Development Authority of Brooklyn Center PROPERTY ADDRESS: 6921, 6927, 6933, and 6939 Brooklyn Boulevard, Brooklyn Center, MN 55429 PROPERTY ID: 27-119-21-33-0014, 27-119-21-33-0013, 27-119-21-33-0012, and 27-119-21-33-0011 BRIEF STATEMENT OF CONTENTS OF PETITION: Consideration of requests that would allow for four EDA- owned lots to be developed into six triplexes and associated site improvements. As City Hall is currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we strongly encourage you to forward your comments and questions to gmcintosh@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us up until noon on the day of the meeting, or contact Ginny McIntosh at (763) 569-3319. Your comments will be included in the record and addressed as part of the meeting. Alternatively, you may participate in the Planning Commission meeting via Webex at: logis.webex.com Meeting Number (Access Code): 141 666 5172 Password: BCPC08132020Mtng By Phone: 1 (312) 535-8110 (Enter Access Code) Auxiliary aids for persons with disabilities are available upon request at least 96 hours in advance. Please contact the City Clerk at (763) 569-3300 to make arrangements. Respectfully, Ginny McIntosh City Planner/Zoning Administrator Br o o k l y n B o u l e v a r d 69th Avenue North Le e A v e n u e N o r t h M a j o r A v e n u e N o r t h 70th Avenue North Ky l e A v e n u e N o r t h Br o o k l y n B o u l e v a r d 70th Avenue North C Alan Homes Triplex Project (6900 Block of Brooklyn Blvd) Applicant: C Alan Homes Request: Establishment of a Planned Unit Development, Site and Building Plan, and Preliminary and Final Plat Approvals PROPOSED BROOKLYN BOULEVARD TRIPLEXES A series of new triplexes along Brooklyn Boulevard are being proposed for construction by C. Alan Homes (https://www.c-alanhomes.com/), a Minnesota based home design and construction company. Triplexes in each of the two locations will be arranged in a row and face the Boulevard. • Two locations totaling 39 new residential units, each proposed to have three bedrooms • Pedestrian access directly onto Brooklyn Boulevard and parking in the rear • Rents are estimated at $1850-$2200 per three-bedroom unit • 20% of the units will be Section 8 eligible 6900 Brooklyn Blvd (north of Slim’s) • .98 Acres • 6 buildings proposed • 18 total units • Each unit approx 1295 sq ft 6000 Brooklyn Blvd (south of the Sanctuary at Brooklyn Center) • 1.65 Acres • 7 buildings proposed • 21 total units • Each unit approx 1295 sq ft PROJECT LOCATIONS CO N T A C T Ginny McIntosh City Planner and Zoning Administrator City of Brooklyn Center 763.569.3319 gmcintosh@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us Renderings courtesy of C. Alan Homes LLC VIRTUAL PUBLIC HEARING Brooklyn Center Planning Commission Meeting Thursday, August 13th 7:00PM Visit https://www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org/ index.aspx?NID=255 July 7, 2020 C Alan Homes Attn: Terry Robertson and Curt Brekke 5215 Terraceview Ln N Plymouth, MN 55446 RE: City of Brooklyn Center, MN Planning Commission Application No. 2020-005 Request for Establishment of a Planned Unit Development, Site and Building Plan, Preliminary and Final Plat Approvals for the 6900 Block of Brooklyn Boulevard Mr. Robertson and Mr. Brekke, Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 15.99, the City of Brooklyn Center is required to approve or deny a written request for certain land use actions within sixty (60) days from receipt of an application. Community Development Department records indicate the City received the above-referenced application and documentation on June 15, 2020, which means the City’s 60-day time limit would expire on August 14, 2020. By allowances granted under Minnesota Statutes Section 15.99, Subd. 3(f), the City of Brooklyn Center is hereby providing official notice that the review period has been extended an additional sixty (60) days to allow the time necessary for City staff to prepare a resolution, including proposed conditions of approval, for review and action by City Council. The new deadline for completing the review and final action on this application is now October 13, 2020. As the public hearing has already been published in the Brooklyn Center Sun Post for the July 9, 2020 Planning Commission meeting, the intent is to table the public hearing to provide sufficient time for you, the Applicant, to reconcile any adjustments to the site plan as relating to the additional easements necessary and determine the ability for driveway access off Brooklyn Boulevard from Hennepin County. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call me at (763) 569-3319 or email gmcintosh@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us. Sincerely, Ginny McIntosh City Planner and Zoning Administrator Exhibit C M E M O R A N D U M DATE: August 4, 2020 TO: Ginny McIntosh, City Planner/Zoning Administrator FROM: Andrew Hogg, Assistant City Engineer SUBJECT: Preliminary Site Plan & Plat Review – Brooklyn Boulevard 6900 Brooklyn Blvd Tri-plexes Public Works staff reviewed the following documents submitted for review for the proposed 6900 Brooklyn Blvd Tri-plexes (Planning Commission Application No. 2020-005): Preliminary Plans and plat submitted 07/23/2020 Subject to final staff Site Plan approval, the referenced plans must be revised in accordance with the following comments/revisions and approved prior to issuance of Land Alteration permit. C000 Title Sheet 1. No comments. C100 Removals Plan 2. Right of Way along Brooklyn Blvd is owned by Hennepin County. Obtain necessary permits prior to work with in Hennepin County Right of Way. 3.Removal for utility connections in street shall extent curb to curb or to drive lane, no partial width removals. 4.Remove driveways and existing sidewalk adjacent to Brooklyn Blvd. 5. Protect existing bus stop sign along Brooklyn Blvd. Coordinate with Metro Transit to maintain bus service. 6. Remove existing service stubs to back of curb. 7.Missing existing street light in front of Lot 2, review/adjust location as required. C200, 202 and 202 – SWPPP Plans 8. Silt fence line type is hidden under property line type. C210 and 211 – Erosion Control Plans 9. No comments. C300 – Site Plan 10.Overall some of the linetypes/thickness makes text hard to read. 11.Site triangles at entrance/exits of development shall be free and clear of any obstructions. 12.Use City Detail for City driveway aprons. 13. Developer to provide 10’ boulevard with a 5’sidewalk and maintenance strip, matching the properties to the north and south. Review site ensure grades and site feature still fit. 14. Install signage to discourage residents/guest from trying to access Brooklyn Blvd. 15.Verify clearance from curb to existing street light at south exit. 16.Provide parallel sidewalk along back side of new curb if possible 17. Add sidewalk to proposed parking stalls along Lee. 18.All utilities to be within a drainage & utility easement. 19. Add No Right Turn sign on Brooklyn Blvd for south emergency access. 20. Show location of ADA stalls & access routes. Exhibit D PC Review Memo, August 4, 2020 21. Only 30 stalls shown on plans for 18 units (1.7/unit) – should provide 2.5 stalls per unit 22. 18’ wide drive lane is inadequate for 2-way traffic or meeting fire code. Work with Fire Inspector and Planning to establish lane width. Minimum fire access lane width is 20’ per code 23. Add bollards to west end of access lane and sign to prevent traffic from heading down dead end. C400 – Grading and Drainage Plan 24. All city roadway embankment material installed within pavement patching areas of existing roadways shall be placed in lifts not to exceed 8-inches and compacted to a minimum of 100 percent of maximum density regardless of depth below the final pavement surface. The Engineer shall take a minimum of three (3) compaction tests at varying elevations within the pavement patch area. 25. Applicant will coordinate with Hennepin County for road embankment material installed within Brooklyn Blvd Right of Way. 26. Storm sewer to be privately owned & maintained. 27. Incorporate permanent water quality BMP’s. 28. No catch basin manhole on Lee at location shown – install new catch basin manhole. 29. Can storm sewer be installed without encroaching on adjacent property? 30. Review SW corner of access drive for slopes & drainage. 31. Provide 1.0% minimum slope on bituminous pavement. 32. Add missing spot elevations. C500 – Utility Plan 33. 8” watermain to be looped out to Brooklyn Blvd. 34. Provide separate service line to each bldg. or provide joint maintenance agreements for service lines. 35. They don’t make 2” DIP, adjust notes accordingly. 36. Existing watermain on Lee Ave is 6”, adjust wet tap note accordingly. 37. All on-site utility lines to be privately owned and maintained. 38. Verify water service sizes. 39. Provide on-site fire hydrant. 40. No sanitary sewer manhole on Lee at location shown – install new manhole. 41. Minimum sanitary sewer service pipe size to be 4”. C900, 901, 902 and 903 – Details 42. All work performed and materials used for construction of utilities must conform to the City standard specifications and details. The City’s standard details must be included in the plan. 43. Update to use current City plates. Preliminary Plat/Final 44. Need working copy of the preliminary plat to show all vacated easements, proposed easements, existing and proposed utilities and provide all easement documents for the City for review. A 10’ drainage and utility easement must be dedicated on the plat around the entire perimeter of the site. An additional utility easement must be dedicated on the plat for the private water main and sanitary to allow for maintenance access per the Developers Agreement. PC Review Memo, August 4, 2020 45. Legal descriptions and easement vacation documents must be obtained for all existing easements. Existing public easements as determined by the City must be vacated, and proposed easements must be dedicated as part of the preliminary and final platting process. The formal vacation document must contain an easement vacation description and depiction exhibit signed by a professional surveyor. 46. An updated certified abstract of title or registered property report must be provided to the City Planner and City Attorney for review at the time of the preliminary plat application (within 30 days of preliminary plat application). Additionally, this will need to stay current and be updated through the approval process as required to maintain and be current within 30 days of the release of final plat. 47. The applicant is responsible for coordinating site development plans with Xcel Energy, CenterPoint Energy, Qwest Communications and other private utility companies. Any further easements necessary to provide utility service to the proposed site development shall be dedicated to the public for public use with the final plat. Miscellaneous 48. See redlines for additional site plan comments. 49. Provide landscape and irrigation plan. 50. Upon project completion, the applicant must submit an as-built survey of the property, improvements and utility service lines and structures; and provide certified record drawings of all project plan sheets depicting any associated private and/or public improvements, revisions and adjustments prior to issuance of the certificate of occupancy. The as-built survey must also verify that all property corners have been established and are in place at the completion of the project as determined and directed by the City Engineer. 51. Inspection for the private site improvements must be performed by the developer’s design/project engineer. Upon project completion, the design/project engineer must formally certify through a letter that the project was built in conformance with the approved plans and under the design/project engineer’s immediate and direct supervision.(see attached template letter) The engineer must be certified in the State of Minnesota and must certify all required as-built drawings (which are separate from the as-built survey). 52. The total disturbed area is less than one acre; an NPDES permit is not required. In addition, the total disturbed area is less than 1 acre, per Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission rules, the applicant should incorporate water quality measures. 53. Provide traffic memo highlighting a review sight lines and site distances for exiting the site. Documenting the anticipated traffic generated by the proposed site and a discussion on the parking needs on a daily use and for guest parking for events and holidays. 54. The City has submitted the plans to Hennepin County for review. Applicant must meet requirements from Hennepin County’s review. PC Review Memo, August 4, 2020 Prior to issuance of a Land Alteration 55. Final construction/demolition plans and specifications need to be received and approved by the City Engineer in form and format as determined by the City. The final plan must comply with the approved preliminary plan and/or as amended by the City Engineer. 56. A letter of credit or a cash escrow in the amount of 100% of the estimated cost as determined b y City staff shall be deposited with the City. 57. During construction of the site improvements, and until the permanent turf and plantings are established, the developer will be required to reimburse the City for the administration and engineering inspection efforts. Please submit a deposit of $2,500 that the City can draw upon on a monthly basis. 58. A construction management plan and agreement is required that addresses general construction activities and management provisions, traffic control provisions, emergency management provisions, storm water pollution prevention plan provisions, tree protection provisions, general public welfare and safet y provisions, definition of responsibilit y p rovisions, temporary parking provisions, overall site condition provisions and non-compliance provisions. A separate $2,500 deposit will be required as part of the non-compliance provision. Anticipated Permitting: 59. A City of Brookl yn Center Land Disturbance Permit is required. 60. Applicant to obtain required permits to work in County right-of-way. 61. Other permits not listed may be required and is the responsibility of the developer to obtain and warrant. 62. Copies of all required permits must be provided to the City prior to issuance of applicable building and land disturbance permits. 63. A preconstruction conference must be scheduled and held with City staff and other entities designated by the City. The aforementioned comments are provided based on the information submitted by the applicant at the time of this review. Other guarantees and site development conditions may be further prescribed throughout the project as warranted and determined b y the City. City of Brooklyn Center | 6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy | Brooklyn Center, MN 55430-2199 | (763) 569-3300 | www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org Community Development 763-569-3330 Direct August 4, 2020 C Alan Homes Development Building/Fire comments Upon review of documents provided for the development of multi-family dwelling units located at 6000 Brooklyn Blvd & 6900 Brooklyn Blvd. Items that are listed below need to be addressed: 1)A SAC determination shall be provided by MET Council with a determination letter presented to the Building Department prior to permit issuance. 2)City SAC /WAC fee is based on a determination of MET Council. If any MET Council SAC fee is applied to a structure. City SAC/WAC is applied on the Sewer and Water permit application as per Fee table located on back. Multi-family “Less than 5 acres” $4500 per multi-family structure in addition to state surcharge. 3)The buildings are considered a group R2. Per Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 1107.6.2.2.1. In Group R2 occupancies containing more than seven (7) dwelling units, at least 2 percent but not less than one of the units shall be a Type A unit. All group R2 units within a contiguous parcel of land development, irrespective of lot lines and public rights-of-way within the development, shall be considered to determine the total number of units and the required number of Type A units. a.Each development shall be provided with (1) Type A unit. b.The remaining units are NOT required to be Type B units as there is not (4) four or more dwelling units in a single structure per Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 1107.6.2.2.2. 4)At least (1) one accessible route within the site shall be provided from public transportation stops, accessible parking, accessible passenger loading zones and public streets or sidewalk to the accessible building entrance served Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 1104.1. An exterior accessible route with a slope not steeper than 1:20 that are part of an accessible route shall be (48”) forty-eight inches minimum in width per Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 403.5.4. a.Both sites that are to be provided with an accessible Type A unit shall have an exterior accessible route be provided to the main entrance of the dwelling unit. Exhibit E City of Brooklyn Center | 6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy | Brooklyn Center, MN 55430-2199 | (763) 569-3300 | www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org 5) Accessible parking requirements and space for Group R2 occupancies shall be provided with not less than 1 accessible parking space and access aisle. 6) Buildings are NOT required to sprinklered per the Special Fire Protection systems subp. 2 adopted by the City of Brooklyn Center or by MNBC & MNFC 903.2.8 when a group R2 building area is less than 4,500 square feet. 7) Fire Department access roads that have a dead end shall not be in excess of (150’) one hundred-fifty feet or shall be provided with an approved area for turning around per MNFC 503.2.5. Exception where a dead-end road serves a Group R building that are equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with NFPA, the maximum dead-end length distance is permitted to be increased up to (300’) three hundred feet. 8) Fire hydrants shall be provided, if not already existing and compliant if a building within the jurisdiction is more than 300 feet from a hydrant on a fire apparatus access road as measured by and approved route around the exterior of the facility or buildings. On site fire hydrants and mains shall be provide where required by the fire code official per MNFC 507.5.1. Dan Grinsteinner Building Official City of Brooklyn Center 763-569-3313 ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 1 Planning Commission Report Meeting Date: August 13, 2020 Application No. 2020-007 Applicant: Wayne Brown of W K Brown, LLC Location: 2590 Freeway Boulevard Request: (1) Planned Unit Development Amendment and (2) Site and Building Plan INTRODUCTION Wayne Brown of W K Brown, LLC (“the Applicant”) is requesting consideration of site and building plan and Planned Unit Development amendment approvals that would allow for the expansion of an existing restaurant space into a new three story, approximately 14,000 square foot restaurant with event center and related site improvements at 2590 Freeway Boulevard (“the Subject Property”). Refer to Exhibit A. Although the site and building plan request does not require a public hearing, the request for issuance of an amendment to the Planned Unit Development requires that a public hearing be scheduled. A public hearing notice was published in the Brooklyn Center Sun Post on July 30th, 2020. Mail notices were also sent out to neighboring properties (Exhibit B) and City staff installed a “Development Proposal Under Review” sign on the Subject Property for additional notification to the public. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND ZONING STANDARDS Site Data Map 1. Subject Property • Application Filed: 07/14/2020 • Review Period (60-day) Deadline: 09/12/2020 • Extension Declared: N/A • Extended Review Period Deadline: N/A ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 2 2040 Land Use Plan: Commercial Neighborhood: Shingle Creek Current Zoning: Planned Unit Development-Industrial Park (PUD-I1) District Site Area: 3.96 acres Surrounding Area Direction 2040 Land Use Plan Zoning Existing Land Use North Parks, Recreation, Open Space Public Open Space (O1) District Shingle Creek South Right-of-Way Right-of-Way Interstate 94/694 East Commercial Planned Unit Development- Industrial Park (PUD/I1) District Country Inn and Suites (Hotel) West Industrial/Utility Industrial Park (I1) District Shingle Creek Corporate Center Setback Standards: The typical minimum building setback requirements for an I1-zoned property are as follows: Front Yard: 50 feet Rear Yard: 25 feet Side Interior Yard: 10 feet Corner Side Yard: 50 feet The submitted proposal contemplates the vertical expansion of the existing Jammin’ Wings Restaurant space, located at 2590 Freeway Boulevard (“the Subject Property”) to accommodate what would be known as the Palm Grove Event Center. Said expansion would also result in a small 40 foot expansion to the west, which would absorb the footprint of an existing outdoor patio area. As proposed, the approximate identified setbacks are as follows: Front Yard: ~90 feet Rear Yard: ~82 feet Side Interior Yard: ~276 |~54 feet Corner Side Yard: N/A Comprehensive Plan The future land use designation for the Subject Property is “Commercial.” Per the 2040 Comprehensive Plan, these planned commercial uses are generally located along the Brooklyn Boulevard Corridor, on the frontage of I-94, and along Highway 252. Uses in these areas include hotels, restaurants, auto sales, and other small retail uses. The Plan further notes that there are several major roadway corridors that provide additional opportunities for retail and commercial service users. As the City is bisected by Highway 100 and Interstates 94 and 694, which runs due south of the Subject Property, there are greater opportunities to offer destination type developments given the exceptional regional access near key interchanges. A recent example is the development of TopGolf, which opened in 2018. TopGolf is a regional entertainment/service destination off Interstates 94 and 696 and Trunk Highway 252 that provides opportunities to meet, play golf, eat, and enjoy a drink. BACKGROUND Development of the Subject Property was originally approved under Planning Commission Application No. 96012 and memorialized under City Council Resolution No. 96-155 (Resolution Regarding Disposition of Planning Commission Application No. 96012 Submitted by T.G.I. Friday’s, Inc.). Said application requested the re-zoning of a 13.09 acre site from I-1 (Industrial Park) to PUD/I-1 (Planned Unit ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 3 Development-Industrial/Park) District, and the approval of a site and building plan to develop a Country Inn and Suites Hotel, along with a T.G.I. Fridays (the Subject Property), and another restaurant that was never constructed. The Planning Commission Information Sheet prepared for Application No. 96012 provided a detailed analysis of restaurant and hotel uses in the I-1 zoning district and noted that these were not acknowledged uses in the I-1 zoning district. Up until 1990, restaurants and hotels were acknowledged as special uses in the I-1 zoning district. A concern of the City around this time was that convenience food restaurants and some other uses were inappropriate for development on particular properties within the I-1 zoning district, and while the City was not necessarily opposed to restaurant and hotel uses at this location, there were concerns that the Special Use Permit process would not provide sufficient protection of the interests and concerns of the City. As the City’s Planned Unit Development (PUD) process was also established around this time, it was determined that the PUD process would be appropriate for considering anything other than light industrial or service/office land uses for I-1 District zoned properties (Exhibit C). REQUESTS SITE AND BUILDING PLAN The Subject Property, located at 2590 Freeway Boulevard, and currently known as Jammin’ Wings Restaurant, was originally developed as a 299 seat, 6,880 square foot T.G.I. Friday’s Restaurant and is attached via breezeway to an 85-room Country Inn and Suites hotel. A second, 250 seat, 6,400 square foot restaurant was originally proposed to be attached to the east side of Country Inn and Suites; however, it was never constructed and currently serves as an overflow lot for BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Hindu temple), which is located to the east on Freeway Boulevard. Building The Applicant proposes to construct two additional levels on top of the existing Jammin’ Wings Restaurant. As outlined in the submitted narrative, the proposal would result in the construction of the Palm Grove Entertainment Center and the re-branding of Jammin’ Wings Restaurant with Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse and Lounge (https://johnnysitaliansteakhouse.com/), which is based out of Des Moines, Iowa, and has other locations throughout the Midwest, Texas, and Colorado. The proposed addition would include event space, a wedding chapel, rooftop terrace, and a year round greenhouse. The existing main floor would house a 7,000 square foot kitchen, bar, and restaurant catering and service areas. The proposed Johnny’s Steakhouse would operate between the hours of 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. and have a seating capacity of 200 patrons, which would be almost 100 less patrons than the current Jammin’ Wings Restaurant seats for. As proposed, an existing 40-foot wide outdoor patio would be absorbed into the proposed expansion of the facility and would house one of the event rooms, two sets of stairwells, and an elevator. As proposed, there are also plans to install solar panels on the roof of the existing restaurant space that would not be consumed by the proposed two-floor addition. The newly proposed second floor would be approximately 5,000 square feet and offer event rooms for gatherings such as business conventions, corporate meetings, trade shows, weddings, bar mitzvahs, bridal and baby showers, and the like. As the Subject Property is directly connected to the Country Inn and Suites, the hope is that the Applicant and neighboring hotel would form a symbiotic partnership in allowing guests to book at the hotel and walk over to the event center without ever going outside. As proposed, the event center would be available for use between the hours of 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. The second floor would also feature a year round greenhouse where farm to table fresh herbs would be grown. ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 4 The approximately 2,300 square foot third floor would provide an approximately 1,900 square foot rooftop terrace with an approximately 450-square foot area for indoor seating, a bar, and an office. This floor would also offer space to hold year round weddings and commitment ceremonies. Although unofficial, the City does reference a set of design guidelines when reviewing site and building plan applications. These guidelines are based on the Shingle Creek Crossing Architectural Design Guidelines, which were approved in 2011. These guidelines strive to have at least 50-percent of all four sides (wall surfaces) of new buildings constructed with Class I materials, with the remaining surfaces to be constructed of Class II materials. Given that the building was constructed in 1997, it is not expected of the Applicant to entirely achieve these minimum requirements; however, it is stressed that the Applicant be thoughtful in the redesign and expansion of the existing restaurant space. The Applicant should also be cognizant of the neighboring Country Inn and Suites to ensure that the two uses, which are connected by breezeway, are complementary to one another. Class I materials include: brick or acceptable brick-type material, marble; granite; other natural stone or acceptable natural looking stone; textured cement stucco; copper; porcelain, glass; architectural textured concrete pre-cast panels; and other materials including masonry units with enhanced detailing such as patterns, textures, color, dimension, banding, and brick inlay, as approved by the City Planning Commission and City Council. Class II materials include: exposed aggregate concrete panels; burnished concrete block; integral colored split face (rock face) and exposed aggregate concrete block; cast-in-place concrete; artificial stucco (e.g., E.I.F.S., Drivit); artificial stone; fiber-reinforced cement board siding with a minimum thickness of ¼ inch; canvas or vinyl awnings; prefinished metal; and other materials not listed elsewhere, as approved by the City Planning Commission and City Council. The adjacent Country Inn and Suites is constructed with a neutral vinyl lap siding and wood front entrance. The Subject Property was constructed with a combination of brick and Drivit, which is an insulating finishing system typically used as cladding on building exteriors. It is often known as “synthetic stucco” or generally, EIFS (Exterior Insulation and Finish System). As proposed, the Applicant intends to continue the existing design with brick and EIFS (stucco panels). The main floor façade would feature new vinyl awnings to reflect the re-branding of the restaurant into an Italian steakhouse. Refer to Image 1 below. Image 1. Architectural Renderings of Proposed Event Center and Restaurant. ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 5 City staff did request that the Applicant seek opportunities to break up any blank walls (e.g. north wall) with other textures or windows where possible. The Applicant should submit a breakdown of Class I and Class II materials for each building elevation as part of any permit submittal should the requests be approved. Access and Parking The Planned Unit Development approved in 1996 for the Subject Property, adjacent Country Inn and Suites hotel, and restaurant pad site (BAPS overflow lot) initially required a minimum of 381 parking stalls across all three lots within the PUD. The Subject Property was originally approved with 157 on-site parking spaces for the T.G.I. Friday’s (299 seats and 13 employees at maximum shift—one space for every two seats and two employees). To staff knowledge, the existing Jammin’ Wings Restaurant has since maintained the 299 seats. The Country Inn and Suites was approved with 94 spaces (85 units and 9 employees—one space for each unit and one space for each employee on any one shift), and the restaurant pad site required 130 spaces (250 seats and ten employees—one space for every two seats and two employees). The site plan initially called for the installation of 493 parking spaces, which was well above the minimum parking requirement. The proposal for the Palm Grove Event Center and restaurant would require a minimum of 285 parking spaces assuming a maximum of 730 occupants (this assumes the restaurant, and all event room space is fully occupied). An anticipated maximum number of employees was not provided and would need to be provided at time of any permit application to determine overall maximum seating occupancy. Refer to Table 1 below. ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 6 Table 1. Minimum Parking Requirements for Subject Property by Use/Employees on Shift Room Occupancy (per Seating Plan) Maximum # on Shift Minimum Parking Restaurant 206 (1 space for every 2 seats) TBD 103 Event Room #1 190 (1 space for every 3 seats) TBD 64 Event Room #2 162 (1 space for every 3 seats) TBD 54 Roof Terrace 136 (1 space for every 3 seats) TBD 46 Indoor Seating (Roof Terrace) 36 (1 space for every 2 seats) TBD 18 TOTAL PARKING NEEDS: 285 spaces The Subject Property currently has 198 parking spaces on-site, which is obviously less than the minimum required on-site parking if the entirety of the building were at maximum seating occupancy; however, the likelihood of that happening seems rare, and even so, it is likely that at least some of the event center and restaurant guests would be guests of the adjacent Country Inn and Suites hotel as well. As a condition of approval for the aforementioned PUD, a Joint Access and Parking Easement Agreement was recorded between the Country Inn and Suites and former T.G.I. Fridays (Subject Property). Refer to Exhibit D. This Agreement outlined non-exclusive rights to utilize the areas of its lots that have been improved for vehicular access and parking purposes. Said Agreement also outlined which party was responsible for the repair and maintenance of the aforementioned parking and access areas, and noted that the Agreement runs with the land. This Agreement cannot be amended or terminated without the express written approval of the City of Brooklyn Center. This Agreement expressly notes that the vehicular access and parking areas of each lot may be jointly used by others. With that said, and given that the third lot contemplated under the approved PUD (restaurant pad site owned by BAPS) is not contemplated in the Joint Access and Parking Easement Agreement, City staff reviewed the current parking situation for the adjacent Country Inn and Suites to ensure that, should the proposed Palm Grove Event Center and restaurant ever be at maximum seating occupancy, the Country Inn and Suites would have sufficient on-site parking. In reviewing the submitted site plan, City staff realized the third property line for the restaurant pad site (BAPS overflow lot) was not identified. City staff compared aerials and property lines to determine the available on-site parking for Country Inn and Suites. Per staff review, the Country Inn and Suites has 133 parking stalls on site—their use requires a minimum of 94 parking spaces, leaving them with an overage of 39 parking spaces. Based on the breakdown of spaces and assigned uses, the proposed Palm Grove Event Center and restaurant would be able to provide no more than 237 parking spaces if the 39 additional parking spaces on the Country Inn and Suites property were utilized. This calculation does not account for guests of the Country Inn and Suites who might be in attendance at a Palm Grove Event Center event or dining at the proposed new restaurant. The BAPS lot (restaurant pad site) has sufficient dimensions to provide 152 parking spaces; however, they are not included in the Joint Access and Parking Easement Agreement and their lot appears to be in need of re-striping as their parking lines are faded. ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 7 Lighting | Trash |Screening The submitted application did not provide a photometric plan for the Subject Property. The Applicant will need to provide lighting fixture specifications and a photometric plan for any anticipated new lighting. The Applicant will need to comply with Section 35-712 (Lighting) of the City Zoning Code, which requires “all exterior lighting shall be provided with lenses, reflectors, or shades so as to concentrate illumination on the property of the owner or operator of said illumination devices.” Additionally, glare shall not emanate from or be visible beyond the boundaries of the illuminated premises. Section 35-712 (Lighting) of the City Zoning Code further specifies that lighting shall not exceed ten (10) foot candles when measured at the property lines abutting the street right-of-way or non-residentially zoned properties. There are no residential properties in proximity to the Subject Property. The Applicant should ensure that any lighting provided that faces the Country Inn and Suites is concentrated downwards and minimized where possible to ensure there are not conflicts with those staying in the hotel rooms facing the proposed roof terrace, etc. City staff will require sufficiently spaced and functional lighting throughout the parking lot to ensure the safety of patrons of the restaurant and event center. All entrances and exits shall be provided with adequate wall pack or pedestrian level lighting. In the Planning Commission Information Sheet for the original approval, it was noted that a trash enclosure area was indicated to the rear of the former T.G.I. Friday’s Restaurant (Subject Property), but no trash enclosure area was indicated for the Country Inn and Suites. Per City staff review, the enclosure still exists in this location and on the Subject Property. Per the Applicant, it appears the Subject Property (Jammin’ Wings Restaurant) and Country Inn and Suites share trash facilities. The Applicant should work with Country Inn and Suites to determine if the existing trash enclosure will be sufficient given the proposed expansion of their operation and additional trash needs due to food waste, etc. Additional garbage and recycling pickups or revisions to the existing enclosure may be required. The Applicant will also want to ensure that the top of the trash enclosure is not visible to patrons of the proposed event center or hotel room guests located on the upper levels of either facility. Any trash enclosures or other ground mounted equipment (e.g. transformers, mechanical) shall be effectively screened from adjacent pubic rights-of-way and properties by a solid wall or fence constructed of wood, masonry, or other durable materials that are complementary to the materials used on the primary building. Per Chapter 12 (Building Maintenance and Occupancy) of the City Code, roof-mounted equipment shall also be screened from view through use of parapets, wall/fencing materials, or paint to match surrounding colors when visible from the public right-of-way. Landscaping No landscape plan was submitted as part of the application; however, a landscape plan was submitted under Planning Commission Application No. 96012 and called for 763.6 points across the entire 13.09 acre PUD site, which encompasses three (3) lots. City staff requests that the Applicant review the on-site landscaping for any missing and dying plants and replace as needed. City staff will require an updated landscape plan as part of any permit submittal that identifies any missing plantings and plans to replace with like plantings or replacements. All new plantings will need to meet minimum caliper and height ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 8 requirements as outlined in the City’s Landscape Point System Policy. ENGINEER REVIEW Assistant City Engineer Andrew Hogg conducted a review of the application submittal and documents. Comments regarding this application can be found in the memorandum to city staff dated July 31, 2020 and attached hereto (Exhibit E). It should be noted that some of the outlined conditions may be applicable at time of approval for future land disturbance (alteration) or building permits. Per the memo, City staff is in need of more information on the plans regarding the storm pond and the proposed installation of a fountain. The Applicant is responsible for the storm water pond and any ongoing/future maintenance the pond may require per an existing maintenance agreement on file. Additional detailing, such as an ADA accessible route to the proposed overlook, location of fountain power and controls, and structural engineer certified plans, are required should plans for the fountain and overlook move forward. Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, the Applicant will need to verify the existing pond, and specifically, the area proposed for improvements, is not in the wetlands. This would require coordination with the Shingle Creek Watershed Commission’s engineer to ensure the application meets all requirements under the Wetland Conservation Act for work within the pond. Per the information sheet provided with the original approvals, it was noted that the Subject Property is affected by both wetland and floodplain in the areas adjacent to Shingle Creek, which may impact the viability of having a fountain and overlook. At the time of report, it was noted that 4.84 acres of the proposed 13.09 acre site was wetland and a storm drainage and water management plan was submitted to the Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission at that time. BUILDING OFFICIAL | FIRE INSPECTOR REVIEW Building Official Dan Grinsteinner provided a series of comments in a memo on August 5, 2020 (Exhibit F). Per the memo provided, the Applicant will need to submit for a SAC (Sewer Accessibility Charge) from the Metropolitan Council. No permits will be issued until a determination is received and any applicable charges paid for upon issuance of permits. A structural engineering assessment of the existing roof is required to ensure it is capable of supporting the proposed two floors per Minnesota Building Code Chapter 16, and any additions to the existing building (if not already sprinklered) will be required to sprinkler per Special Fire Protection Systems, Subpart 2 adopted by the City of Brooklyn Center. The Applicant will need to ensure sufficient accessible parking is provided with not less than the minimum required spaces and access aisles. This is particularly important as the addition of the outdoor patio some years ago resulted in the removal of all on-site accessible parking, with the exception of what appears to be one (1) space. The curb located at the southwest corner of the building and around the proposed addition shall be painted yellow and marked with signage indicating “No Parking-Fire Lane” as required by the Fire Code Official to prevent any obstructions to emergency vehicle fire apparatus. SIGNAGE The Applicant has indicated a desire to install a 200 square foot dynamic (digital) message sign on the south elevation of the building, as well as a new wall sign and canopy sign for the restaurant. Detailed plans and dimensions, with the exception of the dynamic sign, were not provided; therefore, City staff is ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 9 unable to provide a comprehensive review of the requests. The dynamic sign would provide advertising for the event center and Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse. City staff is not necessarily opposed to said dynamic sign, although it may be slightly larger than the maximum allowed sign area noted below; however, it is requested that the Applicant work with the City to allocate a certain percentage of screen time for public messaging (e.g. City specific, public/emergency alerts) due to its visibility off Interstates 94 and 694. It should be noted that off-premise advertising, defined as “a sign that directs attention to a business, commodity, service or entertainment not exclusively related to the premises on which the sign is located or to which it is affixed,” is currently prohibited in the City of Brooklyn Center. In addition, dynamic signage cannot provide any flashing or the like to display messaging, and messages must remain constant for a minimum of two (2) seconds. The Applicant should review the proposed 200 square foot sign size to ensure it fits the scale of the building. Chapter 34 (Signs) permits dynamic messaging in the C2 (Commercial), I1 (Industrial Park), and I2 (General Industry) Districts of the City. As the Subject Property has an underlying zoning of I1 District, any wall signage, including the proposed dynamic messaging and restaurant wall sign, would be subject to Section 34-140.3.A (Permitted Signs Requiring a Permit-Commercial (C2) and Industrial (I1 and I2) Districts). Wall signage in these instances would be permitted on each wall of a building, provided the aggregate area of signage does not exceed 15% of the area of the wall supporting the signs. Canopy signage is also permitted under Chapter 34 of the City Code and is considered a type of wall sign assuming the canopy structure is attached to the building wall, deemed by the Building Official to be an integral part of the building, and its primary function is to provide shelter for pedestrians (as opposed to automobiles). The maximum area of the canopy sign cannot exceed 30% of the canopy face or elevation which is parallel to the wall to which it is attached. The Applicant will need to file a separate Building Permit application for any proposed signage and receive approval of said permits prior to installation. Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested site and building plans for the Subject Property located at 2590 Freeway Boulevard; subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval as noted below, and the receiving approval for the amendment to the Planned Unit Development. PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AMENDMENT PUDs grant flexibility within the Zoning Code to allow for developments which would not be allowed under the existing regulations. PUDs are often used to achieve a higher quality development, or achieve other City goals, in exchange for granting zoning flexibility from the City Code. Section 35-355 (Planned Unit Development) of the City Zoning Code notes that upon the rezoning for a PUD, the district shall be designated by the letters “PUD” followed by the alphanumeric designation of the underlying zoning district, which may be either the prior zoning classification or a new classification. In this particular case, the Subject Property is zoned Planned Unit Development-Industrial Park (PUD-I1) District. PUDs may only contain uses consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan and the uniqueness of each ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 10 PUD requires that specifications and standards for streets, utilities, public facilities, and the approval of a land subdivision may be subject to modifications from the City ordinances generally governing them— essentially the City Council may approve plans that are not in compliance with the usual specifications or ordinance requirements where it is found that such are not required in the interests of residents or the City, although plans shall comply with all watershed, state, and federal storm water, erosion control, and wetlands requirements. It was determined in the evaluation policy and review guidelines for the original re-zoning in 1996 that, while the site was not necessarily unsuited for development as an I-1 (Industrial Park) use, it was long believed that this particular site should be used for a more intense development than a light manufacturing type use and specifically a type of use that requires good visibility along the freeway. At the time, the proposed two restaurants and hotel use were believed to be an appropriate use of the property. In this particular case, the Applicant intends to continue use of the Subject Property as a restaurant, but expand the property’s functionality to include an event center with roof terrace. At time of original PUD approval, a representative of T.G.I. Friday’s noted that the proposed development would offer community services through the creation of jobs and additional tax base, and that the image of the hotel and restaurants from the freeway strengthened the belief that the Subject Property (and adjacent properties under the PUD) would be much better suited for restaurants and hotels than factories or industrial development. It is thus reiterated that that the re-branding of the restaurant and expansion of the building to accommodate an event center would provide additional jobs and tax base in the community. At time of initial Applicant submittal, it was assumed that the Applicant would require issuance of a Special Use Permit for the event center; however, upon review of the Planning Commission Information Sheet provided as part of the Subject Property’s original approvals (Planning Commission Application No. 96012), City staff determined that the event center use would be conditioned upon granting of an amendment to the Planned Unit Development. As mentioned in the Background section above, “Up until 1990, restaurants and hotels were acknowledged as special uses in the I-1 zoning district. A concern of the City around this time was that convenience food restaurants and some other uses were inappropriate for development on particular properties within the I-1 zoning district, and while the City was not necessarily opposed to restaurant and hotel uses at this location, there were concerns that the Special Use Permit process would not provide sufficient protection of the interests and concerns of the City. As the City’s Planned Unit Development (PUD) process was also established around this time, it was determined that the PUD process would be appropriate for considering anything other than light industrial or service/office land uses for I-1 District zoned properties (Exhibit C).” In addition to the required approvals of a site and building plan and an amendment to the Planned Unit Development, the Applicant may be required to apply for and receive approval for an Entertainment License through the City Clerk. The Applicant will need to, as part of any approval, submit all information as detailed within Chapter 23 of the City Code (General Licensing Regulations) for Entertainment Licenses. To staff knowledge, the Subject Property has operated as a restaurant since the building’s construction in 1997. The building was formerly home to T.G.I. Friday’s and Oak City Sports Tavern before the ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 11 Applicant opened Jammin’ Wings in 2013, which has been in operation since. Jammin’ Wings has regularly held events via a public dance license (now Entertainment License) through the City. It is hoped that the proposed event center and re-branded restaurant will serve as an amenity to not only the Country Inn and Suites, but other nearby hotels as well. Due to the proximity of the Subject Property to the Country Inn and Suites and its hotel rooms, the Applicant will need to be cognizant of any noise generated by entertainment at the restaurant or event center. As is outlined in the Entertainment License requirements under Chapter 23, the sounds generated by an entertainment event shall not be audible from outside the licensed premises after 10 p.m. at a level that unreasonably annoys or disrupts those in the area, and in particular, guests staying in the hotel next door. In addition, the Applicant will need to provide additional information regarding maximum seating occupancy to ensure sufficient parking is available for the event center and restaurant uses. Should the event center book out, the Applicant may need to close the restaurant or proactively avoid booking certain event rooms to ensure there are no issues in providing sufficient parking, and parking shall not block fire hydrants or emergency access lanes. As the BAPS overflow lot (restaurant pad site) to the east of Country Inn and Suites is not included in the Joint Access and Parking Easement Agreement, the Applicant should ensure that their use doesn’t result in their customers or Country Inn and Suites guests shifting their parking to the BAPS lot, as it could have negative consequences on their approval to operate the event center. It is not anticipated that the proposed event center will be injurious to the use of properties in the immediate vicinity, nor substantially diminish or impair property values in the neighborhood so long as the Applicant adheres to the Entertainment License requirements outlined under Chapter 23 of the City Code. It is up to the Applicant to ensure the event center and restaurant are well-managed and the relationship with the Country Inn and Suites remains strong so that there might be a symbiotic relationship between the two. With the exception of the proposed restaurant pad site to the east of Country Inn and Suites, all properties in proximity to the Subject Property have been developed and to City staff knowledge, typically operate during daytime hours. The Country Inn and Suites would be the most affected by the proposed use, and specifically with regards to noise and parking. Per the submitted plans, the proposed expansion of the existing restaurant would result in the addition of a second and third floor, which would be constructed over where an existing outdoor patio is now. This should provide some separation from the hotel rooms located on the west side of the Country Inn and Suites given that there is existing rooftop mechanical equipment located on the existing rooftop of the restaurant that the Applicant would like to keep in place due to cost. The areas of the proposed expansion that would be located closest to the hotel would be a proposed 500 square foot greenhouse on the second floor. Although there is a Joint Access and Parking Easement Agreement in place between the Subject Property and Country Inn and Suites, the Applicant will want to work with the hotel to clearly define parking needs and ensure their use does not cause parking non-conformities for either business. As the outlined seating occupancy exceeds parking available on both sites, the Applicant will need to work with the City to address how they will ensure they are not exceeding their available parking. ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 12 The Applicant will also be required to apply for a second City liquor license for the proposed event center. This is noted in the Applicant’s application submittal. To that end, any amendments to the previously approved Planned Unit Development should be based upon the following criteria with which Planned Unit Developments are approved under: 1. Compatibility of the plan with the standards, purposes and intent of this section; 2. Consistency of the plan with the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan; 3. The impact of the plan on the neighborhood in which it is to be located; and 4. The adequacy of internal site organization, uses, densities, circulation, parking facilities, public facilities, recreational areas, open spaces, and buffering and landscaping. Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested amendment to the Planned Unit Development for the Subject Property located at 2590 Freeway Boulevard; subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval as noted below, and receiving approval for the site and building plan. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL: Staff recommends the following conditions be attached to any positive recommendation on the approval of Application No. 2020-007 for 2590 Freeway Boulevard (Subject Property): 1. Building and Site Plan Review: The building plans are subject to review and approval by the Building Official with respect to applicable codes prior to the issuance of permits; and the final location or placement of any fire hydrants or other fire-related building code items shall be reviewed and approved by the Fire Inspector. a. Any major changes or modifications made to this Site and Building Plan can only be made by an amendment to the approved Site and Building Plan as approved by the City Council. i. The site plan shall be updated to reflect building setbacks, the inclusion of the property line for the BAPS overflow lot located at 2500 Freeway Boulevard, a revised parking count, and the removal of spaces from the BAPS overflow lot for clarity, as the property is not included in the Joint Access and Parking Easement Agreement. b. The Applicant shall comply with any and all conditions as outlined by Building Official in the memorandum dated August 5, 2020. c. A pre-construction conference shall be held with City staff and other entities designated by the City prior to issuance of a Building Permit. d. Applicant shall revise architectural renderings to reflect breakdown of Class I and Class II building materials per each elevation. e. All conditions of approval as addressed under City Council Resolution No. 96-155 (Resolution Regarding Disposition of Planning Commission Application No. 96012 Submitted by T.G.I. Friday’s, Inc.), and approved on August 12, 1996, are to remain in effect. 2. Agreements: a. The Property Owner/Applicant shall execute a separate Performance Agreement with supporting financial guarantee approved by the City, which ensures the Subject Property ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 13 will be constructed, developed, and maintained in conformance with the plans, specifications, and standards comprehended under this site and building plan approval. b. The Applicant shall work with the City and City Attorney’s office to amend any PUD/development agreements on file for the Subject Property. Any required amendments shall be addressed and recorded prior to the release of any building permits. c. The Property Owner/Applicant shall submit an as-built survey of the Subject Property, as well as any improvements and utility service lines, prior to release of the Performance Agreement financial guarantee. d. The Applicant shall apply for and maintain a second City liquor license. e. The Applicant and City shall determine necessity of a separate Entertainment License as outlined under Chapter 23 of the City Code. Irrespective of the necessity for said license, the Applicant shall provide documentation as required for issuance of an Entertainment License as part of any building permit submittal and as a stipulation of approval of the amendment to the Planned Unit Development, and operate subject to the same standards and regulations. 3. Engineering Review: The Applicant agrees to comply with all conditions or provisions noted in the City Engineer’s Review memorandum, dated July 31, 2020 (Exhibit E), including: a. Final grading, drainage, utility, irrigation, erosion control, and as-built plans, and any other site engineering related issues are subject to review and approval by the City Engineer prior to the issuance of permits. b. Provide a traffic memo highlighting and documenting anticipated traffic generated by the proposed site and discussion of the parking needs on a daily use and parking for events. Said plan should also outline operational strategies to ensure maximum available parking is not exceeded and does not negatively impact adjacent uses and properties. c. A construction management plan and agreement is required with a separate deposit required to address any non-compliance. d. No work shall be conducted on the proposed pond overlook until the Applicant provides sufficient documentation to the City and Shingle Creek Watershed Commission to ensure said improvements will not impact existing wetlands and meet all requirements under the Wetland Conservation Act for work within a pond. 4. Facilities and Equipment: a. Any outside trash disposal facilities and rooftop or ground mechanical equipment shall be appropriately screened from view per City Code requirements. b. Any outdoor enclosures shall be constructed with materials that are complementary to the principal building. c. The Applicant shall furnish fixture specifications and a photometric plan as part of the Building Permit submittal and comply with all City Code provisions as addressed under Section 35-712 (Lighting). Applicant shall ensure adequate lighting is present throughout the parking lot and in proximity to all points of entrance and exit, and ensure any lighting is not in conflict with the adjacent hotel use. 5. Landscaping: a. The Applicant shall furnish an updated copy of the landscape plan approved under Planning Commission Application No. 96012. Said plan shall address any missing, ________________ App. No. 2020-007 PC 08/13/2020 Page 14 required plantings and proposals for replacement. All new plantings shall meet the minimum caliper and height requirements as outlined in the City’s Landscape Point System Policy. 6.Signage: The Applicant shall submit a Building Permit application for any proposed signage, including the dynamic messaging sign, wall, and canopy signage. Signage is subject to the provisions of Chapter 34 (Sign Ordinance); however, the Applicant shall be allotted up to 200 square feet for a dynamic messaging sign subject to providing a certain percentage of screen time for public messaging and alerts. No off-site advertising is permitted. RECOMMENDATION Based on the above noted findings and conditions above, City staff recommends the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the requested site and building plans and amendment to the Planned Unit Development for the Subject Property located at 2590 Freeway Boulevard; subject to the Applicant complying with the Conditions of Approval. Should the Planning Commission accept this recommendation, the Commission may elect to adopt the draft resolution which memorializes the findings in granting the site and building plan and PUD amendment approvals, subject to the Applicant complying with the above-mentioned conditions of approval. Attachments Exhibit A- Planning Commission Application No. 2020-007 and documentation, submitted by Wayne Brown of W K Brown, LLC, and dated July 14, 2020. Exhibit B- Public Hearing Notice and Location Map. Exhibit C- Planning Commission Information Sheet for Application No. 96012, and dated July 25, 1996. Exhibit D- Joint Access and Parking Easement Agreement, and recorded March 20, 1997. Exhibit E- Review Memorandum, prepared by Assistant City Engineer Andrew Hogg, and dated July 31, 2020. Exhibit F- Review Memorandum, prepared by Building Official Dan Grinsteinner, and dated August 5, 2020. PALM GROVE Business Plan JULY 1, 2020 PALM GROVE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 2590 Freeway Blvd, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 Exhibit A Executive Summary: Palm Grove Entertainment Center located at 2590 Freeway Blvd, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 is where I94 and I694 meets a 3 story, sophisticated 14,000 square foot entertainment facility. It will house Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse and lounge, wedding chapel and all year round, rooftop greenhouse. Business background: Outdoor Landscaping (parking lot level) • Our outdoor landscaping will offer a picturesque bridge with water fountain and private, fenced in flower garden with security cameras in the valeted parking lot Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse (1st floor) • 7000 square foot Kitchen, Bar, Restaurant catering and services areas, the Restaurant will operator between the hours of 11am-10pm with a seating capacity 200 patrons. • Delicious meal options and a wide selection of wine and custom crafted beverages will be on the menu. Integration of local grown produce and goods will be important not only to appeal to customers but also for effective cost management. • Satisfied customers are important the profitability and success of the business. The center’s patronage can only grow through customer satisfaction. • Behind creating satisfied customers are the center’s employees. Our goal is to provide the best working environment with the best benefits that we can provide for our staff. • Community involvement. Businesses that support their community get supported by the community. Business alliances and local community public relations are key. Banquet Rooms (2nd floor) • 5000 square foot banquet rooms are intended for gatherings such as business conventions, corporate meetings, tradeshows, weddings, bar mitzvahs, bridal showers, baby showers and more. • Our building is conveniently attached to the Country Inn Suites via enclosed corridor. Our guest are welcome to book lodging and walk to our center without ever being exposed to the elements. The hours for our banquets rooms are 7am-2am billed per event or 4 hour increments. Rooftop Greenhouse (3rd floor) • eco-friendly solar panels. • Farm to table fresh herbs • All year round weddings/Commitment ceremonies Marketing Plan: We will be using our 10 x 20 electronic billboard/marquee for personalized ads for our guests and meal specials for Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse. Our beautiful building can be viewed from I94 and I694 highway. There will be a grove of 18-foot lighted palm trees. We plan to utilize tv commercials, local radio stations, social media. Due to our existing great relationship with the 8 hotels in the vicinity, we will partner to create wedding/event packages to advertise on their brochures and websites as well. Financial Plan: •Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse, which is an established franchise, based in Iowa, will offer lunch and dinner time meals, catering and liquor sales for revenue. • The spacious banquet rooms billed by event or 4 hour increments •Wedding Chapel will be open all year round with packages starting at $4000 on peak days. We will offer a discounted rate on non-holiday weekdays From:wayne brown To:Ginny McIntosh Cc:Hal Pierce; wayne brown Subject:Re: Follow-up: Jammin" Wings/ Palm Grove Expansion Date:Thursday, July 16, 2020 2:31:26 PM Hi Ginny, 1. Is the application intended as a co-application with Johnny’s Steakhouse, or are you the sole applicant? `-WK Brown LLC owns the land and building that currently houses Jammin' Wings, which is owned by Wayne Brown. WK Brown LLC will house Johnny'S Italian SteakHouse and Palm Grove Entertainment Center. All companies will be owned and operated by Wayne Brown 2.Will Johnny’s be a tenant of yours? -No, Wayne Brown will be the Franchisee . 3. Has Johnny’s officially signed on to replace Jammin’ Wings? -We have verbal agreement and unsigned contract drawn contingent upon approval from the City of Brooklyn Center. 4. How long is the lease for Johnny’s? - Unsigned lease for 3 years. 5. If Johnny’s were to go out of business, what would be the Plan B for the restaurant space? -Not applicable, however I am confident in my experience of owning and operating several restaurants in the past 7 years. 6.I know you said you spoke to Country Inn & Suites, but I do not have any official response from them. Is this something they are intending to provide? We will want to know any comments they might have as they are connected by breezeway to you, share parking, and appear to share trash facilities. -I will forward the parking agreement to you again. I have met with the District Manager and there is excitement regarding a quality restaurant and the banquet spaces of Palm Grove so they can attract more guests. Also, we have promoted together in the past regarding Jammin Wings specials. 7.As mentioned previously, the submitted site plan shows improvements to the far east parking lot, which is owned by BAPs. Are you intending to make improvements to their lot (e.g. stripe the lot, etc.)? We will want to know this. We also need clarification on if you are allowed to make improvements to their lot given that it is one PUD, but separate properties. -We have no intentions to develop on BAP's property. Please clarify as Hall Pierce, our architect and I aren't finding on our site plans the said far east parking lot improvement. 8. We will want a Parking Management Plan that clearly outlines how you intend to handle traffic on the lots. I know you made mention of valet in your business plan, but there was no detailing. How does the event space and restaurant space intend to function and manage circulation and parking on-site? We will want to have a breakdown on how these operations would be handled during events, during times the restaurant and even spaces are simultaneously open, functionality of parking with Country Inn & Suites next door, etc. -Between 11am-3pm will be open parking - Valet parking: 3pm-2am (Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun): Far Northwest parking lot, near bridge will be designated for valet parking - 2 person to 1 car ratio for restaurant and 3 person to 1 car for event space has been established at our last meeting with the City of BC. - Indoor capacity will be 550 patrons, so we should have plenty of parking 9.We will need a more detailed breakdown of the intended building materials for the project. As this property is a PUD, we typically strive to follow the attached guidelines. Specifically, we request that a minimum of 50% percent of each elevation utilizes Class I building materials, with remaining Class II. From what I’m seeing, it appears EIFS (“stucco panel”) might be used. Could you or Hal confirm? If so, this is a Class II material. There also appears to be a significant amount of blank walls, which are frowned upon. We will be wanting to identify opportunities to introduce more texture, windows, etc. into the space. Whatever the case may be, will want to have a plan that breaks down the materials for each elevation. -Hal Pierce will address question 9 pertaining to building materials. a.To that note, it appears the Palm Grove expansion would have architecture that is not complementary to the attached Country Inn & Suites. Do you have additional examples to provide? As a general question, how do you intend to incorporate a palm tree/tropical theme with an Italian Steakhouse (as proposed). - Palm Grove Entertainment and Johnny's Steakhouse will be 2 separate companies operating out of the same facility. -Johnny's Steakhouse Franchise will replace any existing signage of Jammin' Wings restaurant. - We will be applying for a new liquor license for Johnny's Steakhouse -Palm Grove Entertainment Center will use Jammin' Wings LLC existing liquor license. Please do contact me with any questions you may have. Thank you so much for your time GInny. Wayne, 612-817-2085 S I T E P L A N A - 9 0 2 5 9 0 F r e e w a y B l v d . B r o o k l y n C e n t e r , M N 5 5 4 3 0 H P A A r c h i t e c t u r e P H : 7 6 3 - 3 3 1 - 5 0 2 5 h p a - a r c h @ c o m c a s t . n e t SITE PLANSCALE: 1/32"=1'-0" P A L M G R O V E E v e n t C e n t e r NORTH 2590 FREEWAY BLVD.3.96 ACRES172,682 SQ. FT. D E M O P L A N A - 1 0 0 2 5 9 0 F r e e w a y B l v d . 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B R O O K L Y N C E N T E R , M N 5 5 4 3 0 H P A A r c h i t e c t u r e P H : 7 6 3 - 3 3 1 - 5 0 2 5 h p a - a r c h @ c o m c a s t . n e t SOUTH EAST VIEW 2590 FREEWAY BLVD.BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 55430 E v e n t C e n t e r E v e n t C e n t e r S O U T H W E S T V I E W NORTH WEST VIEW City of Brooklyn Center | 6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy | Brooklyn Center, MN 55430-2199 | (763) 569-3300 | www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take notice that the Planning Commission of the City of Brooklyn Center will hold an on-line public hearing on Thursday, August 13, 2020, at approximately 7:00 p.m. Meeting materials can be accessed by visiting the City of Brooklyn Center’s website at: https://www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org/index.aspx?NID=255. A definite time for this application to be considered cannot be given as it will depend on the progression of the agenda items. TYPE OF REQUEST: Site and Building Plan and Planned Unit Development Amendment Approvals, Issuance of Special Use Permit PETITIONER/PROPERTY OWNER: Wayne Brown of W K Brown, LLC PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2590 Freeway Boulevard, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 PROPERTY ID: 35-119-21-24-0007 BRIEF STATEMENT OF CONTENTS OF PETITION: Consideration of requests that would allow for the expansion of an existing restaurant space into a new three-story, approximately 14,000 square foot restaurant with event center and related site improvements. As City Hall is currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we strongly encourage you to forward your comments and questions to gmcintosh@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us up until noon on the day of the meeting, or contact Ginny McIntosh at (763) 569-3319. Your comments will be included in the record and addressed as part of the meeting. Alternatively, you may participate in the Planning Commission meeting via Webex at: logis.webex.com Meeting Number (Access Code): 141 666 5172 Password: BCPC08132020Mtng By Phone: 1 (312) 535-8110 (Enter Access Code) Auxiliary aids for persons with disabilities are available upon request at least 96 hours in advance. Please contact the City Clerk at (763) 569-3300 to make arrangements. Respectfully, Ginny McIntosh City Planner/Zoning Administrator Exhibit B F r e e w a y B o u l e v a r d Interstat e 9 4 Xer x e s A v e n u e N o r t h Interstat e 9 4 SHINGLE CREEK 2590 Freeway Boulevard Applicant: Wayne Brown of W K Brown, LLC Request: Site and Building Plan and Planned Unit Development Amendment Approvals, Issuance of Special Use Permit Planning Commission Information Sheet PPA lication No. 96012 Applicant: T.G.I.Friday's, Inc Location: North Side of Freeway Boulevard, Westerly of Schmitt Music Request: Rezoning /Site and Building Plan- PUD /I -1 The applicant is requesting Rezoning and Site and Building Plan approval through the Planned Unit Development (PUD) process for the development of a hotel and two restaurants on the vacant property located on the north side of Freeway Boulevard between the Schmitt Music site and the Shingle Creek Plaza II office /industrial building. The rezoning would be from the current I -1 (Industrial Park) zoning designation to PUD/I- 1(Planned Unit Development/Industrial Park). The property in question is a vacant 13. 09 acre site currently zoned I -1. It is bounded on the north by Shingle Creek and the Shingle Creek greenstrip easement area; on the east by the Schmitt Music property; on the south by Freeway Boulevard with I -94 right -of -way on the opposite side; and on the west by the Shingle Creek Plaza 11 office /industrial building. T.G.I.Friday's, Inc. has reached an agreement with the owner of this property to purchase the property for development of a County Inn and Suites Hotel along with a T.G.I.Friday's Restaurant and another yet undetermined restaurant on the site. Restaurant and hotel uses are not acknowledged uses in the I -1 zoning district. Up until 1990, restaurants and hotels were acknowledged special uses in the I -1 zoning district and could be authorized through the granting of a Special use Permit. In 1990, the City rezoned property in this area to C -2 and removed the special use provisions from the I -1 zoning district uses. Also, about the same time, the City established the Planned Unit Development process to, among other things, promote flexibility in land development and redevelopment. A concern on the part of the City at that time was that convenience food restaurants and some other uses were inappropriate for development on particular properties within the I -1 zoning district. The City was not necessarily opposed to restaurant or hotel uses at this location, but was concerned that the Special Use Permit process would not protect the interests and concerns of the City. The PUD process was considered appropriate for considering anything other than light industrial or service /office land uses for I -1 zoned property. It should be noted that the City has recently rezoned property east of Shingle Creek to PUD/I -1 to acknowledge the interrelated development and parking concerns of various uses in the area. That PUD/I -1 zoning designation also authorizes a hotel use on part of that property. Also, the City Council in 1994 approved a Planned Unit Development rezoning to PUD/I -1 for the development at the northwest corner of Freeway Boulevard and Shingle Creek Parkway for a Country Harvest Buffet Restaurant. That proposal has not gone forward, however, the PUD /I -1 zoning designation has been established for such a use and authorized under that PUD approval A Planned Unit Development proposal involves the rezoning of land to the PUD designation followed by an alpha numeric designation of the underlying zoning district. This underlying 7 -25 -96 Page 1 Exhibit C zoning district provides the regulations governing uses and structures within the Planned Unit Development. The rules and regulations governing that district ( in this case I -1) would apply to the development proposal. One of the purposes of the PUD district is to give the City Council the needed flexibility in addressing redevelopment problems. Regulations governing uses and structures may be modified by conditions ultimately imposed by the City Council on the development plans. The Planning Commission's attention is directed to Section 35 -355 of the City's Zoning Ordinance which addresses Planned Unit Developments (attached). REZONING The PUD process involves a rezoning of land and, therefore, is subject to the rezoning procedures outlined in Section 35 -210 of the Zoning Ordinance as well as the City's rezoning evaluation policy and review guidelines contained in Section 35 -203. The policy and review guidelines are attached for the Commission's review. Mr. Phillip Trice on behalf of T.G.I.Friday's has submitted a letter describing the proposal and generally commenting how they believe the proposal meets the City's rezoning evaluation policy and review guidelines. In summary, Mr. Trice, indicates that they believe their proposed development offers community services in the creation of jobs and additional tax base associated with their proposed development. He notes that the restaurants will provide a fun, friendly atmosphere in which residents can dine at a reasonable price and the hotel will bring in additional people into our community. He notes that the development will accommodate sufficient parking to meet all zoning requirements and the plan will not disturb the flood plain or protected wetland areas at the rear of the site. He notes that all watershed requirements and storm water retention as well as grading and site plans will meet City requirements and other jurisdiction requirements prior to building permits. He also notes that the image of the hotel and restaurants projected to the freeway will be a better image given to passersby of the City and that the subject property is better suited for restaurants and a hotel than for factories or industrial development. He believes the proposed development is compatible with adjacent properties and the surrounding area and will blend in and mix well with surrounding properties. He concludes that the T.G.I.Friday's and Country Inn Suites Hotel would be a project in the best interest of the community. The following is a staff review of the rezoning evaluation policy and review guidelines contained in the Zoning Ordinance as they relate to the applicant's comments and their proposal. A. Is there a clear and public need or benefit? We believe the public benefit of such a development is the utilization of this land in a manner consistent with the development criteria established by the City. It is not anticipated that this development will be a detriment to the community but, on the other hand, be a positive factor providing restaurant and hotel services to the business and people in the immediate Brooklyn Center area. 7 -25 -96 Page 2 B. Is the proposed zoning consistent with and compatible with surrounding land use classifications? We believe, as will be noted later in this report, that the development of the T.G.I.Friday's and Country Inn and Suites Hotel can be considered consistent and compatible with surrounding land use classifications. This area does have other restaurants and hotels and there is a large employment base surrounding this area that can make use of such facilities. We believe the site layout, landscaping, parking and other physical features are compatible with surrounding land uses. C. Can all permitted uses in the proposed zoning district be contemplated for the development of the subject property? We believe that all permitted uses and proposed uses can be contemplated for development in the proposed Planned Unit Development zoning district if this proposal is accepted. It should also be noted that the development of this site as proposed will not have adverse affect on developing the remaining parcels in the industrial park zone. We look for a compatible development, as a possible Planned Unit Development, for the triangular shaped parcel that is vacant and across Freeway Boulevard from this property. D. Have there been substantial physical or zoning classification changes in the area since the subject property was zoned? As mentioned previously, zoning classification changes were made in order to rule out some land uses that the City believed were inappropriate for the industrial park area and this site. The uses being proposed in this Planned Unit Development are not considered inappropriate and, therefore, can be considered. The PUD process is believed to be an appropriate vehicle for considering such uses. E. In the case of City initiated rezoning proposals, is there a broad public purpose evident? This evaluation criteria is not applicable. F. Will the subject property bear fully the ordinance development restrictions for the proposed zoning districts? We believe the subject property should bear fully the ordinance development 7 -25 -96 Page 3 restrictions for this PUD/1 -1 proposal based on findings which will need to be made by the City and a development agreement between the City and the developer which will address any issues and will acknowledge the site plan as part of this development agreement. G. Is the subject property generally unsuited for uses permitted in the present zoning district, with respect to size configuration, topography or location? The site in question is not unsuited for development as an I -1 (Industrial Park) use. It has, however, long been believed that this particular site should be used for a more intense development than a light industrial manufacturing type use and a type of use that needs good visibility along the freeway. The proposed two restaurants and hotel use is believed to be an appropriate use of the property. The likelihood of service/office or light industrial development in this area in the next few years is remote. H. Will the rezoning result in the expansion of a zoning district warranted by: 1. Comprehensive planning; 2. Lack of developable land in a proposed zoning district; 3. The best interests of the community? It is believed that the creation of a PUD/I -1 zoning district in this area provides for the necessary flexibility in dealing with development issues for this site. The proposed development, in our opinion, is in the best interest of the community and is not in conflict with the City's comprehensive plan. I. Does the proposal demonstrate merit beyond the interest of an owner or owners of an individual parcel? The proposal appears to have merit beyond only the interest of the particular property owner and will lead to an upgrading in the site and the physical characteristics in this area as well. SITE AND BUILDING PLAN PROPOSAL The proposed plan calls for a 299 seat, 6,880 sq. ft. T.G.I.Friday's Restaurant and a future 250 seat, 6,400 sq. ft. restaurant that would be attached to and located on either side of a three store, 85 unit Country Inn and Suites Hotel. The hotel would have an approximate 16,400 sq. ft. footprint and be approximately 45,000 sq. ft. in total area. ACCESS/PARKING Access to the site would be gained via two direct accesses located off Freeway Boulevard, one 7 -25 -96 Page 4 close to the main entrance to the hotel and the future restaurant site and the other somewhat westerly of the T.G.I.Friday's Restaurant. A shared access with the Shingle Creek Plaza II building is located along the west property line for this site. The buildings will be generally located in the center of the site with parking surrounding the buildings. The plan provides 493 parking spaces. The required parking for this site is 157 spaces for Friday's (299 seats and 13 employees at the maximum shift - one space for every two seats and two employees); 94 spaces for the Country Inn (85 units and 9 employees - one space for each unit and one space for each employee on any one shift); and 130 spaces for the future restaurant (250 seats and ten employees - one space for every two seats and two employees). A total of 381 stalls are required by the ordinance. A surplus of parking will, therefore, exist. There are 24 handicap parking spaces shown on the plan, which are located close to the main entrances to the various buildings. Handicap spaces are also located to the rear of the hotel building as well. GRADNG/DR.ANAGE/UTILITIES The site is affected by both wetland and flood plain in areas adjacent to Shingle Creek. The wetland has been identified and is delineated on the plan. The 100 year flood elevation is also shown on the plan and is at 844.5 ft. in this area. The applicant's revised drainage plan does not contemplate any encroachment into the wetland area. A ponding area is proposed northerly of the proposed parking lot over the westerly half of the site. It should be noted that 4.84 acres of this 13.09 acre site is wetland. A storm drainage and water management plan has been submitted to and approved by the Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission. Drainage from the site will be through 16 catch basins at various locations on the site and then conveyed via storm sewer to the holding pond. B -612 curb and gutter is required around all driving and parking areas and should be so noted on the plan. Currently there is a 20 ft. wide sanitary sewer easement, containing a 15 inch sanitary sewer running through the approximate center of the site. This sewer will be relocated and the existing easement vacated. A new 20 ft. sanitary sewer easement will be located next to the Freeway Boulevard right -of -way and along a portion of the westerly property line where the new 15 inch sanitary sewer line will be installed. The easement area will encompass most of the 15 ft. greenstrip required along Freeway Boulevard. Sanitary sewer will be provided separately to the three buildings. An 8 inch water line will loop around the outside of Friday's and the Country Inn buildings and then go between the Country Inn and the future restaurant site. Connections will be made separately to the three buildings at various locations. LANDSCAPING The applicant has submitted a landscape plan in response to the landscape point system. The plan indicates a variety of plantings including shade trees, decorative trees, coniferous trees and 7 -25 -96 Page 5 shrubs with a point value of 763 landscape points. The point requirement for this 13.09 acre site is 763.6 points. The applicant asks for additional consideration for ground cover plants which no points are allocated for and existing trees to the north of the site which will remain. This appears to be a reasonable request. The plantings that are to be provided include eight Emerald Queen Norway Maples located on either side of the entrances to the site and at the southeast and southwest corners. Eight Marshall's Seedless Ash are provided on the northerly portion of the property. Fourteen Greenspire Linden are provided in the Freeway Boulevard greenstrip and along the easterly property line. Eight Shademaster Honeylocust are located closer to and surrounding the buildings. Eight River Birch and twelve Amur Maple are decorative trees located around the perimeter of the buildings. The plan calls for 50 Black Hills Spruce at various locations around the building, the greenstrip and parking lot island areas but only 40 are shown on the plan. The plan should, therefore, be modified to indicate the location of the other ten required Black Hills Spruce. The plan also calls for over 100 shrubs generally around the perimeter of the building. These shrubs include Compact American Cranberry, Seagreen Juniper, Anthony Waterer Spirea, Grow Low Fragrant Sumac, and Variegated Hosta. The plan calls for sod in the greenstrip areas and to the north of the parking lot. Sod is also to be provided in the grassy landscape areas around the perimeter of the building. Underground irrigation is required for all landscaped areas and the plan so notes this requirement. BUILDINGG The building elevations indicate the exterior of the County Inn and Suites Hotel to be vinyl lap siding. An approximate 10 ft. by 50 ft. wood porch is located at the front entrance to the building and the rear of the building features an enclosed pool area with aluminum store front type windows. The roof is asphalt shingles. The T.G.I.Friday's building exterior is a combination of brick and a drive -it material. Aluminum store front windows are provided on all sides but the rear of the building and a vinyl canopy is over the windows. The exterior for the connecting link between Friday's and the County Inn is made up of aluminum store front windows and a metal roof. No building elevations are available for the future restaurant and that plan will have to be submitted for future review by the Planning Commission. The main floor of the County Inn will include a porch as previously mentioned and a carport canopy drop off area. The lobby includes a front desk, office areas and a breakfast room. A pool area with whirlpool is located to the rear of the building on the main floor. LIGHTING /TRASH The site plan does not indicate site lighting for the development. Our main concern, as always, is that lighting comply with the provisions of Section 35 -712 of the Zoning Ordinance which 7 -25 -96 Page 6 requires that all exterior lighting be provided with lenses, reflectors or shades so as to concentrate illumination on the property. This section of the ordinance also requires that no glare shall emanate from, or be visible beyond, the boundaries of the p remises. Trash enclosure areas are indicated to the rear of the Friday's restaurant and the future restaurant. No trash enclosure area is indicated for the Country Inn. No material is indicated with respect to the screening device for the trash enclosure. Such a device should be compatible with the building exterior. The applicant should respond by indicating the type of material to be provided. PROCEDURE This PUD/I -1 proposal, as previously mentioned, is a rezoning with a specific development plan. As such, it must go through the normal rezoning process. Generally, rezonings are referred to a Neighborhood Advisory Group. In this case, the Planning Commission is the Advisory Group for this industrial park area. A public hearing has been scheduled and notices have appeared in the Brooklyn Center Sun/Post and have been sent to neighboring property owners. It appears that with some clarification, the Planning Commission should be able to make a recommendation with respect to this plan at Thursday evening's meeting. All in all, the staff believes the plans are in order and a draft Planning Commission Resolution will be prepared and presented to the Planning Commission for consideration at Thursday evening's meeting. This resolution will outline the Planning Commission's consideration of this matter and also cite recommended considerations for recommending approval of the PUD rezoning as well as a set of conditions which will be included with the approval. Any recommendatin should cite the rationale for the rezoning approval and should include at least the following conditions of approval: 1. The building plans are subject to review and approval by the Building Official with respect to applicable codes prior to the issuance of permits. 2. Grading, drainage, and utility plans are subject to review and approval by the City Engineer prior to the issuance of permits. 3. A site performance agreement and supporting financial guarantee in an amount to be determined based on cost estimates shall be submitted prior to the issuance of permits. 4. Any outside trash disposal facilities and rooftop or on ground mechanical equipment shall be appropriately screened from view. 7 -25 -96 Page 7 5. The buildings are to be equipped with an automatic fire extinguishing system to meet NFPA standards and shall be connected to a central monitoring device in accordance with Chapter 5 of the City Ordinances. 6. An underground irrigation system shall be installed in all landscaped areas to facilitate site maintenance. 7. Plan approval is exclusive of all signery which is subject to Chapter 34 of the City Ordinances. 8. B -612 curb and gutter shall be provided around all parking and driving areas. 9. The applicant shall submit an as -built survey of the property, improvements and utility service lines prior to release of the performance guarantee. 10. The property owner shall enter into an easement and agreement for maintenance and inspection of utility and storm drainage systems, prior to the issuance of permits. 11. The plans shall be modified to provide the following: a. The location of ten additional Black Hills Spruce trees on the landscape plan. b. The location of parking lot and building exterior lighting to be in compliance with Section 35 -712 of the City Ordinances. c. A detailed plan indicating the screening for the trash facilities including materials to be utilized. 12. All work performed and material used for construction of utilities shall conform to the City of Brooklyn Center' current standard of specifications and details. 13. The applicant shall enter into a development agreement with the City of Brooklyn Center to be reviewed and approved by the City Attorney, prior to the issuance of building permits. 7 -25 -96 Page 8 N rr 1 ti III RUN IVA WIN GENE®login UNION milli Ilti mss'mite ;. i ' i i i on OEM y Ila NiG•'.uswiiuvx Section 35 -355 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT. Subdivision 1. Purpose. The purpose of the Planned Unit Development PUD) district is to promote flexibility in land development and redevelopment, preserve aestheticallysignificantandenvironmentallysensitivesitefeatures, conserve energy and ensure a high quality of design. Subdivision 2. Classification of PUD Districts; Permitted Uses; ApplicableRegulations. a. Upon rezoning for a PUD, the district shall be designated by the letters PUD" followed by the alphanumeric designation of the underlying zoning district which may be either the prior zoning classification or a new classification. In cases of mixed use PUDs, the City Council shall,whenever reasonably practicable,specify underlying zoningclassificationsforthevariouspartsofthePUD. When it is not reasonably practicable to so specify underlying zoning classifications, the Council may rezone the district, or any part thereof, to PUD - MIXED." b. Regulations governing uses and structures in PUDs shall be the same as those governing the underlying zoning district s:.bject to the following: 1. Regulations may be modified expressly by conditions imposed by the Council at the time of rezoning to PUD. 2. Regulations are modified by implication only to the extent necessary to comply with the development plan of the PUD. 3. In the case of districts rezoned to PUD- HLXED, the Council shall specify regulations applicable to uses and structures in various parts of the district. C. For purposes of determining applicable regulations for uses or structures on land adjacent to or in the vicinity of the PUD district which depend on the zoning of the PUD district, the underlying zoning classification of PUD districts shall be deemed to be the zoning classification of the district. In the case of a district zoned PUD - KIXED, the underlying zoning classification shall be deemed to be the classification which allows as a permitted use any use which is permitted in the PUD district and which results in the most restrictive regulation of adjacent or nearby properties. Subdivision 3 Development Standards. a. A PUD shall have a minimum area of one acre, acludng land included within the floodway or flood fringe overlay districts and excluding existing rights -of -way, unless the City finds that at least one of the following conditions exists: r 35 -355 1. There are unusual physical features of the property or of the surrounding neighborhood such that development as a PUD will conserve a physical or terrain feature of importance to the neighborhood or community; 2. The property is directly adjacent to or across a public right -of -way from property which previously was developed as a PUD and the new PUD will be perceived as and function as an extension of that previously approved development; or 3. The property is located in a transitional area between different lard uses and the development will be used as a buffer between the uses. b. Within a PUD, overall density for residential developments shall be consistent with Section 35 -400 of this ordinance. Individual buildings or lots within a PUD may exceed these standards, provided that density for the entire PUD does not exceed the permitted standards. C. Setbacks, buffers and greenstrips within a PUD shall be consistent with Section 35 -40.0 to 35 -414 and Section 35 -700 of this ordinance unless the developer can demonstrate to the City's satisfaction that a lesser standard should be permitted with the addition of a screening treatment or other mitigative measures. d. Parking provided for uses within a PUD shall be consistent with the parking requirements contained in Section 35 -704 of this ordinance unless the developer can demonstrate to the City's satisfaction that a lesser standard should be permitted on the grounds of the complementarity of peak parking demands by the uses within the PUD. The City may require execution of a restrictive covenant limiting future use of the property to those uses which will continue this parking complementarity, or which are otherwise approved by the City. Subdivision 4. General Standards. a. The City may allow more than one principal building to be constructed on each platted lot within a. PUD. b. A PUD which involves only one land use or a single housing type may be permitted provided that it is otherwise consistent with the purposes and objectives of this section. C. A PUD may only contain uses consistent with the City's Comprehensive Plan. d. All property to be included within a PUD shall be under unified ownership or control or subject to such legal restrictions or covenants as may be necessary to ensure compliance with the approved development plan and site plan. SJ - 355 e. The uniqueness o_= each PUD requires thathat spec_cat_ons and standardsforstreets, utilities, public facilities and the approval of land subdivision may be subject to modifications from the City Ordinances generally governing them. The City Council gay, therefore, approve streets, utilities, public facilities and land subdivisions which are not in compliance with usual specifications or ordinance requirements where it is found that such are not required in the interests of the residents or of the City. Subdivision 5. Application and Review. a. Implementation of a PUD shall be controlled by the development plan. The development plan may be approved or disapproved by the City CouncilafterevaluationbythePlanningCommission.Submission of the development plan shall be made to the Director of Planning and Inspection on such forms and accompanied by such information and documentation as the City may deem necessary or convenient, but shall include at a minimum the following: I. Street and utility locations and sizes; 2. A drainage plan, including location and size of pipes and water storage areas; 3. A grading plan; 4. A landscape plan; 5. A lighting plan; 6. A plan for timing and phasing of the development; 7. Covenants or other restrictions proposed for the regulation of the development; 8. A site plan showing the location of all structures and parking areas; 9. Building renderings or elevation drawings of all sides of all buildings to be constructed in at least the first phase of development; and 10. Proposed underlying zoning classification or classifications. Such information may be in a preliminary form, but shall be sufficiently complete and accurate to allow an evaluation of the development by the City. 5 -355 b - The Planning Commission shall hold a public hearing on the developmentplan. Notice of such public hearing shall be published in the official newspaper and actual notice shall be mailed to the applicant andadjacentpropertyovrersasrequiredbySection35 -210 of thisordinance. The Planning Commission shall review the development plan and make such recommendations as it deems appropriate regarding the planwithinthetimelimitsestablishedbySection35 -210 of this ordinance C. Following receipt of the recommendations of the Planning Commission, the City Council shall hold such hearing as it deems appropriate regardingthematter. The City Council shall act upon the development plan withinthetimelimitsestablishedbySection35 -210 of this ordinance.Approval of the development plan shall constitute rezoning of the property to PUD and conceptual approval of the elements of the plan. In addition to the guidelines provided in Section 35 -208 of this ordinance,the City Council shall base its actions on the rezoning upon thefollowingcriteria: 1. Compatibility of the plan with the standards, purposes and intent ofthissection; 2. Consistency of the plan with the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan; 3. The impact of the plan on the neighborhood in which it is to be located; and 4. The adequacy of internal site organization, uses, densities,circulation, parkingfacilities, public Facilities, recreational areas, open spaces, and buffering and landscaping. The City Council may attach such conditions to its approval as it maydeterminetobenecessarytobetteraccomplishthepurposesofthePUDdistrict. d. Prior to construction on any site zoned PUD, the developer shall seek plan approval pursuant to Section 35 -230 of this ordinance. In addition to the information specifically required by Section 35 -230, the developer shall submit such information as may be deemed necessary orconvenientbytheCitytoreviewtheconsistencyoftheproposed development with the approved development plan. The plan submitted for approval pursuant to Section 35 -230 shall be in substantial compliance with the approved development elan. Substantial compliance shall mean that buildings, parking areas and roads are in essentially the same Location as previously aporoved• the number of dwelling units, if any, has not increased or decreased by more than 5 percent; the floor area of nonresidential areas has not been increased or decreased by more than 5 percent; no building has been increased in the number of floors; open space has not been decreased or altered from its original design. or use, and lot coverage of any individual buildinghasnotbeenincreasedordecreasedbymorethan10percent. 3 353 e. Prior to construction on any site zoned PUD, the developer shall execute a development agreement in a form satisfactory to the City. f. Applicants may combine development plan approval with the plan approvalrequiredbySection35 -230 by submitting all information required forbothsimultaneously. g. After approval of the development plan and the plan approval re bSection35 -230, nothing shall be constructed on the site and no buildingpermitsshallbeissuedexceptinconformitywiththeapprovedplans. h. If within 12 months following approval by the City Council of the development plan, no building permits have beer. obtained or, if within12monthsaftertheissuanceofbuildingpermitsnoconstructionhas commenced on the area approved for the PUD district, the City Council may initiate rezoning of the property. i. Any major amendment to the development plan may be approved by the CityCouncilfollowingthesamenoticeandhearingproceduresspecifiedinthissection. An amendment shall be considered major if it involves anychangegreaterthan. that permitted by subdivision 5d of this section. Changes which are determined by the City Council to be minor may be made if approved by the Planning Commission of ter such notice and hearing asmaybedeemedappropriatebythePlanningCommission.r Section 35 -208 REZONING EVALUATION POLICY AND REVIEW GUIDELINES. 46 Purpose The City Council finds that effective maintenance of the comprehensive planning and land use classifications is enhanced through uniform and equitable evaluation of periodic proposed changes tothisZoningOrdinance; and for this purpose, by the adoption of Resolution No. 77 -167, the CityCouncilhasestablishedarezoningevaluationpolicyandreviewguidelines. 2. Policy It is the policy of the City that: A. Zoning classifications must be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan, and, B. Rezoning proposals will not constitute "spot zoning ", defined as a zoning decision, which discriminates in favor of a particular landowner and does not relate to the Comprehensive Plan or to accepted planning principles. 3. Procedure Each rezoning proposal will be considered on its merits, measured against the above policy and against these guidelines, which may be weighed collectively or individually as deemed by the City. 4. Guidelines A. Is there a clear and public need or benefit? B. Is the proposed zoning consistent with and compatible with surrounding land use classifications? C. Can all permitted uses in the proposed zoning district be contemplated for development of thesubjectproperty? D. Have there been substantial physical or zoning classification changes in the area since the subject property was zoned? E. In the case of City-initiated rezonin proposals, g p posals, is there a broad public purpose evident? F. Will the subject property bear fully the ordinance development restrictions for the proposed zoningdistricts? G. Is the subject property generally unsuited for uses permitted in the present zoning district, with respect to size, configuration, topography or location? H. Will the rezoning result in the expansion of a zoning district, warranted by: 1. Comprehensive planning; 2. The lack of developable land in the proposed zoning district; or, 3. The best interests of the community? I. Does the proposal demonstrate merit beyond the interests of an owner or owners of an individual parcel? Section 35 -208 Revised 2 - 95 EVERYONE LOOKS FORWARD TO FRIDAYS 14 June 1996 Mr. Ronald A. Warren, Planning and Zoning Specialist City of Brooklyn Center 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 -3494 RE: TGI Friday's Restaurant #0204, country Inn and Suites #02810 Rezoning Evaluation Ronald: TGI Friday's has reached an agreement with the owner of Tract C, Parcel 4, Registered Land Survey No 1377, Hennepin County MN to purchase said property for development of a hotel and 2 restaurants. Present zoning of the property is industrial 1. In order to finalize our Agreement with the property owner, the property will need to be rezoned for hotel and restaurant use. As I understand, a Planned Unit Development (PUD) will allow such uses with alcohol service. It is our intent to apply for and be added to the docket for the 25 July Planning Commission Meeting. While closing depends on our being able to receive a building permit for the development - Rezoning is critical to that need. Our proposed development offers community services for your city in the creation of jobs and additional tax bases. While the restaurants will provide a fun, friendly atmosphere in which your residence can dine at a reasonable price, the hotel will bring additional people into your community whom may not have come to Brooklyn Center otherwise. The proposed development will accommodate sufficient parking to meet all zoning for specified uses. It does not disturb the flood P lane protects the wetlands at the rear of the site will meet all watershed requirements and storm water retention. All grading and site plans will meet with city requirements prior to receiving a building permit. The present industrial zoning allows construction of factories and industrial buildings that can be seen from such a heavily traveled highway and may not be the image you want to give all passersby of your city. The subject property is better suited for PUD which would allow restaurants and hotels than for factories. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent properties and surrounding area and will blend in and mix well with the hotels on surrounding properties. We, here at TGI Friday's and Country Inn and Suites Hotels feel the rezoning would be in the best interests of the community and respectfully request your help in presenting our case to the Planing Commission and City Council. Sincerely, I.LL c , U•Gu .. 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DINING 2 — Tops IB = 38 Seats 4 — Tops • • • • • 12 48 Seats 6 — Tops • • • . • • . . 4 24 Seats 8 — Tops • • • • • . . . 1 8 Seats TOTAL 36 118 Seats BOOTHS 2 — Tops • • . • • • . • 6 = 10 Seats 4 — Tops • • • • • • • • 13 = 62 Seats TOTAL 18 62 Seats TOTAL DINING 6BAT6 • • • . • . . . . 180 Seats BAR DINING 2 — Tops ( TABLE) 6 = 12 Seats 4 — Tops ( BOOTII) 6 20 Seats f TOTAL 11 32 Seats I:i GRAND TOTAL 66 212 Seats e BAR SATING Island Bar Only) 36 Seats 248 seats i BAR STANDING .. ........... . 51 Persons TOTAL OCCUPANCY 2 9 9 AZ i o _ FRONT tG.L FRIDAY'S RESTAURANT BROOKLYN CENTER. am EMIL YJ.ur.sr t+uTvwn.v asrl+.••..y.Y.rlwww.w i 11,E 1111 iT .." SIDE ELEVATIO UAR I aw f---Q 7E36 T' r 11,11 11 Ili i i A- ;; o• f', Nn, 3 r 111 o t1 1//1 11.11 C 11. / 1 11.11 11.11 OII 11.11 11.11 1: G I) tiII 11 / i 1111 11.111 11O 1 / / 1 q I O 111111{ { I IIII,I { III 11161 { III,• x ,, I! ill 1 O I II Iiil ii,ll illilll) ll{I . • i linl li' ° iiii'ilt ° Ier' i 11 1 i•i Y I u VIII I I +"•- iA + 1VA1 11 11 adoption: Member introduced the following resolution and moved its RESOLUTION NO. RESOLUTION REGARDING DISPOSITION OF PLANNING COMMISSION APPLICATION NO. 96012 SUBMITTED BY T.G.I. FRIDAY'S, INC. WHEREAS, Planning Commission Application No. 96012 submitted by T.G.I. Friday's, Inc. proposes rezoning from I -1 (Industrial Park) to PUD /I -1 of a 13.09 acre parcel of land legally described as Tract C, RLS 1377, located north of Freeway Boulevard between the properties addressed as 2400 and 2700 Freeway Boulevard; and WHEREAS, this proposal comprehends the Rezoning of the above mentioned parcel and Site and Building Plan approval for a hotel and two restaurants on the aforementioned site; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a duly called public hearing on July 25, 1996 when a staff report and public testimony regarding the Rezoning and Site and Building Plan were received; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission recommended approval of Application No. 96012 by adopting Planning Commission Resolution No. 96 -1; and WHEREAS, the City Council considered Application No. 96012 at its August 12, 1996 meeting; and WHEREAS, the City Council has considered the Rezoning and Site and Building Plan request in light of all testimony received, the guidelines for evaluating rezonings contained in Section 35 -208 of the City Zoning Ordinance, provisions of the Planned Unit Development ordinance contained in Section 35 -355 and the City's Comprehensive Plan. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Brooklyn Center that Application No. 96012 submitted by T. G. L Friday's, Inc. be approved in light of the following considerations: 1.The Rezoning and Planned Unit Development proposal are compatible with the standards, purposes and intent of the Planned Unit Development section of the City's Zoning Ordinance. 2.The Rezoning and Planned Unit Development proposal will allow for the utilization of the land in question in a manner which is compatible with, complimentary to and of comparable intensity to adjacent land uses as well as those permitted on surrounding land. 3.The utilization of the property as proposed under this Rezoning and Site and Building Plan will conform with city ordinance standards and is considered a reasonable use of the property. 4.The Rezoning and Planned Unit Development proposal are considered compatible with the recommendations of the City's Comprehensive Plan for this area of the City. 5.The Rezoning and Site and Building Plan appear to be a good long range use of the existing land and an asset to the community. 6.In light of the above considerations, it is believed that the guidelines for evaluating rezonings as contained in Section 35 -208 of the City's Zoning Ordinance are met and that the proposal is, therefore, in the best interest of the community. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Brooklyn Center to approve Application No. 96012 be subject to the following conditions and considerations: 1. The building plans are subject to review and approval by the Building Official with respect to applicable codes prior to the issuance of permits. 2. Grading, drainage and utility plans are subject to review and approval by the City Engineer prior to the issuance of permits. 3. A site performance agreement and supporting financial guarantee in an amount to be determined based on cost estimates shall be submitted prior to the issuance of permits. 4. Any outside trash disposal facilities and rooftop or on- ground mechanical equipment shall be appropriately screened from view. 5. The buildings are to be equipped with an automatic fire extinguishing system to meet NFPA standards and shall be connected to a central monitoring device in accordance with Chapter 5 of the City Ordinances. 6. An underground irrigation system shall be installed on all landscaped areas to facilitate site maintenance. 7. Plan approval is exclusive of all signery, which is subject to Chapter 34 of the City Ordinances. 8. B -612 curb and gutter shall be provided around all parking and driving areas. 9. The applicant shall submit an as -built survey of the property, improvements and utility service lines prior to release of the performance guarantee. 10. The roP e Y owner shall enter into an easement and agreement for maintenanceP and inspection of utility and storm drainage systems, prior to the issuance of permits. 11. The plans shall be modified to provide the following: a. The installation of ten additional Black Hills Spruce Trees on the landscape plan. b. A detailed lan indicating the screening for the trash facilities including materials to be utilized. 12. All work performed and materials used for construction of utilities shall conform to the City of Brooklyn Center current standard specifications and details. 13. The applicant shall enter into a development agreement with the City of Brooklyn Center to be reviewed and approved by the City Attorney prior to the issuance of building permits. 14. Stop signs shall be installed at the entrances /exits to the site as prescribed in the Uniform Manual for Traffic Control Signs. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Brooklyn Center to authorize the Mayor and the City Manager to execute said development agreement on behalf of the City. Date Mayor ATTEST: Clerk The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by member and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: and the following voted against the same: whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted. CITY OF BROOKLYN CENTER Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on the day of 1996 at 7 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard at the City Hall, 6301 Shingle Creek Parkway, to consider an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance regarding the zoningi classification of certain land. Auxiliary aids for persons with disabilities area vailable upon request at least 96 hours in advance. Please contact the City Clerk at 569 -3300 to make arrangements. ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 35 OF THE CITY ORDINANCES REGARDING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF CERTAIN LAND. (T. G. L FRIDAY'S /COUNTRY INN AND SUITES). THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BROOKLYN CENTER DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Chapter 35 of the City Ordinances of the City of Brooklyn Center is hereby amended in the following manner: Section 35 -1200. INDUSTRIAL PARK DISTRICT (1 -1). The following properties are hereby established as being within the (I -1) Industrial Park District zoning classification: Tracts A, B, [C,] D and E, R.L.S. No. 1377. Section 5- 40.I DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT PUD . Thei312PLANNEDUNITDO following properties are hereby established as being within a (PUD) Planned Unit Development zoning classification: 3.The following properties are designated as PUD/I -1 (Planned Unit Development/Industrial Park): Tract C. R.L.S. No. 1377 Tracts A, B, and C, R.L.S. No. 1564. Tracts A, B, C, and G, R.L.S. No. 1572. Tracts A and B, R.L.S. No. 1619. Section 2. This ordinance shall become effective after adoption and upon thirty (30) days following its legal publication. Adopted this day of 1996. Mayor ATTEST: Clerk Date of Publication Effective Date Underline indicates new matter, brackets indicate matter to be deleted MEMORANDUM DATE:July 23, 1996 TO:Ron Warren, Planning and Zoning Specialist FROM:Scott Brink, City Engineer SUBJECT: PROPOSED SITE PLAN - FREEWAY BOULEVARD - COUNTRY INN AND FRIDAY'S RESTAURANT A review of the proposed site plan has been conducted. The plans reviewed were prepared by the firm of Landform Engineering Company, dated June 27, 1996. A revised grading plan, dated July 8, 1996 was also received and reviewed. The following review comments are offered: 1.The proposed project involves the construction of a Country Inn Hotel, a TGI Friday's Restaurant, and an additional restaurant on a site of approximately 13 acres. Because of the property size and its adjacent location to Shingle Creek and a protected wetland, the plan has been reviewed and approved by the Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission, subject to the following conditions: A.Submittal of a revised outlet detail with corrected elevation references. B.Submittal of a legal document granting easements to the City over ondin areasIItYQ1'L wetlands, and the 100 -year flood plain. C.Submittal of an Operation and Maintenance Plan which will maintain the outlet control structure and permanent pool in the storm water treatment pond. The plan shall be provided to the City in the form of a recordable agreement that assures the designated operation and maintenance procedures will be faithfully executed. 2.The grading limits of the plan have been revised to avoid any impacts to wetland areas. The plan does propose some amount of filling to occur within the 100 year flood plain. However, it appears that compensating storage volume has been adequately provided for by the proposed detention and ponding area. 3.A 16 inch diameter trunk sanitary sewer currently traverses through the center of the site. In order for the proposed building plan to occur, this sewer must be relocated. The plans and references indicate that the relocation has already been completed. No sewer relocation work has been performed or even commenced at this time. It is likely that the sewer could be relocated to an alignment along the right of way of Freeway Boulevard. The property owner /applicant would be required to grant an easement for this relocation to occur. 4.Two access driveways to Freeway Boulevard have been proposed, along with an additional access to the adjacent private driveway along the west side of the property. The applicant shall be responsible for acquiring any access easements as required. 5.A utility plan has been submitted for the site. Adequate looping of an 8 inch diameter water main through the site has been proposed from existing main on Freeway Boulevard. All 90 de water bends should be revised to be two 45 degree bends. Domestic and fire service needs and requirements, including hydrant locations must also be reviewed and approved by City Fire and Building officials. All hydrants shall be Waterous WB59 in accordance with City standards. Sanitary sewer service is also shown, and proposed to be connected to the proposed relocated sanity sewer main along Freeway Boulevard previously describedscribed above.g Y P Y The connections and invert elevations provided on the plan do not appear to be correct and should be revised accordingly. The applicant/property owner will be responsible for all utility connections, relocations, and hook ups as needed. Storm sewer is also provided on the plan and appears to provide adequate drainage for the site. An erosion control plan has also been provided and must be established and adhered to at all times throughout construction. 5.The applicant /property owner will be responsible for any subgrade /geotechnical issues that may exist or arise during the course of grading and /or construction. 6.Landscaping, and si nage t eonheproperty must consider appropriateriate st ht li e visibilitiessight-line safety istPgPPrtYPPPtY as required. 7.All curbing on the proposed plan shall be concrete curb and gutter, iVln/Dot B612. 1 1 adoption: Member DebraHilstromintroducedthefollowingresolutionandmovedits RESOLUTIONNO. 96 -155 RESOLUTION REGARDINGDISPOSITIONOFPLANNING COMMISSION APPLICATIONNO. 96012SUBMITTED BY T.G.I. FRIDAY'S. INC. WHEREAS, PlanningCommissionApplicationNo. 96012submittedbyT.G.I. Friday's, Inc. proposesrezoningfromI -1 (IndustrialPark) toPUD /I -1ofa13.09acreparcel oflandlegallydescribedasTractC, RLS1377, locatednorthofFreewayBoulevardbetween theproperties addressed as2400and2700FreewayBoulevard; and WHEREAS, thisproposalcomprehendstheRezoningoftheabovementioned parcel andSiteandBuildingPlanapprovalforahotelandtworestaurantsonthe aforementioned site; and WHEREAS, thePlanning CommissionheldadulycalledpublichearingonJuly 25, 1996whenastaffreport andpublictestimonyregardingtheRezoningandSiteand BuildingPlanwerereceived; and WHEREAS, thePlanningCommissionrecommendedapprovalofApplication No. 96012byadoptingPlanningCommissionResolutionNo. 96 -2; and WHEREAS, theCityCouncilconsideredApplicationNo. 96012atitsAugust 12, 1996meeting; and WHEREAS, theCityCouncilhasconsideredtheRezoningandSiteand BuildingPlanrequestinlightofalltestimonyreceived, theguidelinesforevaluatingrezonings containedinSection35 -208oftheCityZoningOrdinance, provisionsofthePlannedUnit Development ordinancecontainedinSection35 -355andtheCity'sComprehensive Plan. NOW, THEREFORE, BEITRESOLVED bytheCityCounciloftheCityof BrooklynCenterthatApplicationNo. 96012submittedbyT. G. I. Friday's, Inc. beapproved inlightofthefollowingconsiderations: 1. TheRezoningandPlannedUnitDevelopmentproposalarecompatible withthe standards, purposesandintentofthePlannedUnitDevelopmentsectionofthe City'sZoningOrdinance. 2. TheRezoningandPlannedUnitDevelopmentproposalwillallowforthe utilizationofthelandinquestioninamannerwhichiscompatible with, complimentary toandofcomparableintensitytoadjacentlandusesaswellas thosepermittedonsurroundingland. RESOLUTIONNO.96 -155 3. TheutilizationofthepropertyasproposedunderthisRezoningandSiteand BuildingPlanwillconformwithcityordinance standardsandisconsidered a reasonableuseoftheproperty. 4. TheRezoningandPlannedUnitDevelopmentproposal areconsidered compatiblewiththerecommendationsoftheCity'sComprehensivePlanforthis areaoftheCity. 5. TheRezoningandSiteandBuildingPlanappeartobeagoodlongrangeuseof theexistinglandandanassettothecommunity. 6. Inlightoftheaboveconsiderations, itisbelievedthattheguidelinesfor evaluatingrezoningsascontained inSection35 -208oftheCity'sZoning Ordinancearemetandthattheproposalis, therefore, inthebestinterestofthe community. BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDbytheCityCounciloftheCityofBrooklynCenterto approveApplicationNo. 96012besubjecttothefollowing conditionsandconsiderations: 1. Thebuildingplansaresubjecttoreviewandapproval bytheBuildingOfficial withrespecttoapplicablecodespriortotheissuanceofpermits. 2. Grading, drainageandutilityplansaresubjecttoreviewandapproval bythe CityEngineerpriortotheissuanceofpermits. 3. Asiteperformance agreementandsupporting financial guaranteeinanamount tobedeterminedbasedoncostestimatesshallbesubmittedpriortotheissuance ofpermits. 4. Anyoutsidetrashdisposalfacilitiesandrooftoporon- groundmechanical equipmentshallbeappropriately screenedfromview. 5. Thebuildingsaretobeequippedwithanautomatic fireextinguishingsystemto meetNFPAstandardsandshallbeconnectedtoacentralmonitoringdevicein accordancewithChapter5oftheCityOrdinances. 6. Anunderground irrigationsystemshallbeinstalled onalllandscapedareas to facilitatesitemaintenance. 7. Planapprovalisexclusiveofallsignery, whichissubjecttoChapter34ofthe CityOrdinances. 8. B -612curbandguttershallbeprovidedaroundallparkinganddrivingareas. 1 1 RESOLUTIONNO. 96 -155 9. Theapplicant shallsubmitanas -builtsurveyoftheproperty, improvements and utilityservicelinespriortoreleaseoftheperformanceguarantee. 10. Thepropertyownershallenterintoaneasement andagreementformaintenance andinspection ofutilityandstormdrainagesystems, priortotheissuance of permits. 11. Theplansshallbemodifiedtoprovidethefollowing: 12. Allworkperformed andmaterialsusedforconstructionofutilitiesshall conformtotheCityofBrooklynCentercurrentstandardspecifications and details. 13. TheapplicantshallenterintoadevelopmentagreementwiththeCity of BrooklynCentertobereviewed andapproved bytheCityAttorneyprior tothe issuanceofbuildingpermits. 14. Stopsignsshallbeinstalledattheentrances /exitstothesiteasprescribed inthe UniformManualforTrafficControlSigns. BE :ITFURTHER RESOLVEDbytheCityCounciloftheCityofBrooklynCenterto authorizetheMayorandtheCityManagertoexecutesaiddevelopment agreementon behalfof theCity. August12, 1996 Date a. TheinstallationoftenadditionalBlackHillsSpruceTreesonthe landscapeplan. b. Adetailedplanindicatingthescreeningforthetrashfacilitiesincluding materialstobeutilized. ATTEST: Clerk Mayor o Themotionfortheadoptionoftheforegoing resolutionwasdulysecondedby member KathleenCarmody anduponvotebeingtakenthereon, thefollowingvotedin favor thereof: MyrnaKragness, KathleenCarmody, DebraHilstrom, KristenMann, andCharlesNichols; andthefollowingvotedagainstthesame: none, whereuponsaidresolutionwasdeclareddulypassedandadopted. Exhibit D M E M O R A N D U M DATE: July 31 , 2020 TO: Ginny McIntosh, City Planner/Zoning Administrator FROM: Andrew Hogg, Assistant City Engineer SUBJECT: Preliminary Site Plan – 2590 Freeway Blvd Public Works staff reviewed the following documents submitted for review for the proposed 2590 Freeway Ave (Planning Commission Application No. 2020-007): Preliminary Plans and plat dated 07/14/2020 Subject to final staff Site Plan approval, the referenced plans must be revised in accordance with the following comments/revisions and approved prior to issuance of Land Alteration permit. C2.1 Site Plan 1. Staff needs more information on the plans regarding the storm pond and the proposed installation of a fountain. The applicant is responsible for the storm water pond and any ongoing/future maintenance the pond may require per the existing maintenance agreement. 2.Applicant shall restripe existing park stalls. 3. Show tree removals for proposed sidewalk 4. Provide ADA accessible route to proposed overlook 5. Provide plans for overlook certified by a structural engineer 6. Show location for fountain power & controls C400 – Grading and Drainage Plan 7. Plan shall show proposed construction and grading limits for proposed work with in the pond. 8. Show grading/grades for proposed sidewalk. 9.Verify existing pond is not within existing wetlands. Applicant shall work with Shingle Creek Watershed Commission’s engineer to ensure the application meet all requirements under the Wetland Conservation Act for work within the pond. Miscellaneous 10. Upon project completion, the applicant must submit an as-built survey of the property, improvements and utility service lines and structures; and provide certified record drawings of all project plan sheets depicting any associated private and/or public improvements, revisions and adjustments prior to issuance of the certificate of occupancy. The as-built survey must also verify that all property corners have been established and are in place at the completion of the project as determined and directed by the City Engineer. 11. Inspection for the private site improvements must be performed by the developer’s design/project engineer. Upon project completion, the design/project engineer must formally certify through a letter that the project was built in conformance with the approved plans and under the design/project engineer’s immediate and direct supervision.(see attached template letter) The engineer must be certified in the State of Minnesota and must certify all required as-built drawings (which are separate from the as-built survey). 12.The total disturbed area is less than one acre; an NPDES permit is not required. In addition, the total disturbed area is less than 1 acre, per Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission rules, the applicant should incorporate water quality measures to the site to the best extent possible. Exhibit E PC Review Memo, July 31 , 2020 13. Provide traffic memo highlighting, documenting the anticipated traffic generated by the proposed site and a discussion on the parking needs on a daily use and parking for events. Prior to issuance of a Land Alteration 14.Final construction/demolition plans and specifications need to be received and approved by the City Engineer in form and format as determined by the City. The final plan must comply with the approved preliminary plan and/or as amended by the City Engi neer. 15.A letter of credit or a cash escrow in the amount of up to 100% of the estimated site improvement costs as determined by City staff shall be deposited with the City. 16.During construction of the site improvements, and until the permanent turf and plantings are established, the developer will be required to reimburse the City for the administration and engineering inspection efforts. Please submit a deposit of $2,500 that the City can draw upon on a monthly basis. 17.A construction management plan and agreement is required that addresses general construction activities and management provisions, traffic control provisions, emergency management provisions, storm water pollution prevention plan provisions, tree protection provisions, general public welfare and safety provisions, definition of responsibility provisions, temporary parking provisions, overall site condition provisions and non-compliance provisions. A separate $2,500 deposit will be required as part of the non-compliance provision. Anticipated Permitting: 18. A City of Brooklyn Center Land Disturbance Permit is required. 19. Other permits not listed may be required and is the responsibility of the developer to obtain and warrant. 20. Copies of all required permits must be provided to the City prior to issuance of applicable building and land disturbance permits. 21. A preconstruction conference must be scheduled and held with City staff and other entities designated by the City. The aforementioned comments are provided based on the information submitted by the applicant at the time of this review. Other guarantees and site development conditions may be further prescribed throughout the project as warranted and determined by the City. City of Brooklyn Center | 6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy | Brooklyn Center, MN 55430-2199 | (763) 569-3300 | www.cityofbrooklyncenter.org Community Development 763-569-3330 Direct August 5, 2020 Palm Grove Addition Building/Fire comments Upon review of documents provided for the development of an addition located at 2950 Freeway Blvd. Items that are listed below need to be addressed: 1)A SAC determination shall be provided by MET Council with a determination letter presented to the Building Department prior to permit issuance. 2)With the addition of the bar areas on the main floor, second floor and roof top or IF any equipment/appliance changes in the kitchen will require plans being submitted to the Hennepin County Health department for review and approval prior to the building permit being issued. 3)Structural Engineering assessment of the existing roof to ensure that it is capable of supporting the addition of dining/assembly area above per MNBC Chapter 16. 4)Accessible parking requirements for Group A2 occupancies shall be provided with not less than the required accessible parking space and access aisle per Chapter 11 and ICC ANSI A117.1-2009 with MN Amendments 1106.1. 5)Buildings addition and the existing building IF not already sprinklered will be required per the Special Fire Protection systems subp. 2 adopted by the City of Brooklyn Center. 6)The curb located on the SW corner where parking starts following around the addition to the north corner of parking shall be painted yellow and “NO PARKING-FIRE LANE” signs installed as required by the Fire Code Official to prevent obstruction of the Fire Apparatus road per MNFC 503.3. 7)Separate permits required for this addition which may include Mechanical permit, Plumbing permit (plans to be reviewed by State), Elevator permit (required by State), Fire Sprinkler permit & Sign permits required by zoning. Dan Grinsteinner Building Official City of Brooklyn Center Exhibit F