City Council Regular Meeting
The Unified Development Code (UDC) requires all necessary public improvements to be accepted by the City prior to filing the plat. The UDC does however make provision for a Subdivision Improvement Agreement to allow the plat to be filed prior to acceptance of those improvements with a surety being provided to ensure funds are available to complete the required work. Staff has generally not recommended entering into these agreements for residential plats to avoid a situation where residents are occupying homes and a significant amount of work remains.
In this case, the developer of the Crossvine is requesting that landscaping associated with their garden home phase, Module 2, Unit 1 be deferred. Given the unique nature of this product it is difficult for them to have the perimeter landscaping installed as well as the public green space landscaping in common areas installed prior to filing of the plat. The proposed agreement defers landscaping for 90 days after plat filing and in the green space public landscaping areas to no more than 60 days after issuance of the last CO in that phase.
Allow the developer of the Crossvine to enter into an Improvement Agreement to be able to file the plat with certain noncritical infrastructure not having been accepted and after posting a surety.
It is the City’s desire to promote safe, orderly, efficient development and ensure compliance with the City’s vision of future growth.
SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDED ACTION
Approval of Resolution 22-R-42 authorizing a subdivision improvement agreement with the Crossvine for Module 2, Unit 1.
Approval of Resolution 22-R-42
Subdivision Improvement Agreement
Res 22 R 42
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