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HomeMy WebLinkAbout012318 CC AgendaIn compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the office of the City Clerk (951) 694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting [28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II] AGENDA TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA JANUARY 23, 2018 – 7:00 PM At approximately 9:45 P.M., the City Council will determine which of the remaining agenda items can be considered and acted upon prior to 10:00 P.M. and may continue all other items on which additional time is required until a future meeting. All meetings are scheduled to end at 10:00 P.M. 6:00 PM - The City Council will convene in Closed Session in the Canyons Conference Room on the third floor of the Temecula City Hall conceming the following matters: 1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – POTENTIAL LITIGATION. The City Council will meet in closed session with the City Attorney pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) with respect to one matter of potential litigation. A point has been reached where, in the opinion of the City Attorney, based on existing facts and circumstances, there is a significant exposure to litigation involving the City. Based on existing facts and circumstances, the City Council will decide whether to initiate litigation. 2. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL—PENDING LITIGATION. The City Council will meet in closed session with the City Attorney pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) with respect to two matters of pending litigation: (1) Endangered Habitats League v. City of Temecula et al., Riverside County Superior Court Case No. RIC 1800886; and (2) Center for Biological Diversity, et al. v. City of Temecula, et al., Riverside County Superior Court Case No. RIC 1800858. Next in Order: Ordinance: 18-05 Resolution: 18-05 CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Matt Rahn Prelude Music: Cindy, Ryan and Aaron Chu Invocation: To Be Announced Flag Salute: Council Member Jeff Comerchero ROLL CALL: Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart, Rahn 1 PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation by Habitat for Humanity Regarding CDBG Funded Project PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the City Council on items that appear within the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the City Council on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the City Council addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward and state your name for the record. For all Public Hearing or Council Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the City Council addressing that item. Each speaker is limited to five minutes. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Reports by the members of the City Council on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, 10 minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the City Council request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 1 Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. 2 Approve the Action Minutes of January 9, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: 2.1 That the City Council approve the action minutes of January 9, 2018. 3 Approve the List of Demands RECOMMENDATION: 3.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: 2 RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A 4 Adopt Ordinance 18-04 Adding Chapter 8.49, City Tree Care and Preservation, to Title 8, Health and Safety, of the Temecula Municipal Code (Second Reading) RECOMMENDATION: 4.1 That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.49, CITY TREE CARE AND PRESERVATION, TO TITLE 8, HEALTH AND SAFETY, OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE 5 Award a Construction Contract to CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc. for the Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34 Project), PW17-27 RECOMMENDATION: 5.1 Award a Construction Contract to CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc., in the amount of $43,200, for Sidewalks — Citywide (Segment 34 of Sidewalks Study of Missing Links, located on Ridge Park Drive from Ridgegate Drive to approximately 420 feet south), PW17-27; 5.2 Authorize the City Manager to approve change orders not to exceed the contingency amount of $1,800, which is equal to 4.2% of the contract amount; 5.3 Make a finding that the Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34 Project), PW17-27, is exempt from Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) fees. ************* RECESS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO SCHEDULED MEETINGS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, THE TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY, AND THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY ******************** 3 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING Next in Order: Ordinance: CSD 18-01 Resolution: CSD 18-01 CALL TO ORDER: President Jeff Comerchero ROLL CALL: DIRECTORS: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Stewart, Comerchero CSO PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear within the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the Board of Directors on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board of Directors addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward and state your name for the record. For all Public Hearing or District Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board of Directors addressing that item. Each speaker is limited to five minutes. CSD CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the Temecula Community Services District request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 6 Approve the Action Minutes of January 9, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: 6.1 That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of January 9, 2018. CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT Next regular meeting: Tuesday, February 13, 2018, at 5:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. 4 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING Next in Order: Ordinance: SARDA 18-01 Resolution: SARDA 18-01 CALL TO ORDER: Chairperson Matt Rahn ROLL CALL: DIRECTORS: Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart, Rahn SARDA PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 15 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear within the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the Board of Directors on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board of Directors addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward and state your name for the record. For all Public Hearing or Agency Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board of Directors addressing that item. Each speaker is limited to five minutes. SARDA CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 7 Approve the Action Minutes of January 9, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: 7.1 That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of January 9, 2018. 8 Approve Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the Period of July 1, 2018 Through June 30, 2019 PROPS 18-19) RECOMMENDATION: 8.1 That the Board of Directors adopt a resolution entitled: 5 RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING A RECOGNIZED OBLIGATION PAYMENT SCHEDULE FOR THE PERIOD OF JULY 1, 2018 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2019 PURSUANT TO HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION 34177 AND TAKING CERTAIN ACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH SARDA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT SARDA BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS SARDA ADJOURNMENT Next regular meeting: Tuesday, February 13, 2018, at 5:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. 6 TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY — No Meeting TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY — No Meeting RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING Any person may submit written comments to the City Council before a public hearing or may appear and be heard in support of or in opposition to the approval of the project(s) at the time of the hearing. If you challenge any of the project(s) in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at, or prior to, the public hearing. 9 Consider the Roripaugh Ranch Project Including a General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment (Planning Application Nos. PA17-0741 and PA17-1640) RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council conduct a Public Hearing and approve the Roripaugh Ranch Project including a General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment (Planning Application Nos. PA17-0741 and PA17-1640) and adopt related resolutions: 9.1 Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 3 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO. 97121030) 9.2 Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATIONS FOR THE PARCELS OF PHASE II OF THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN TO A SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION (SPI) LAND USE (PA17-1640) 9.3 Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN (SP 11) (PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0741) 7 DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 10 Community Development Department Monthly Report 11 Police Department Monthly Report 12 Public Works Department Monthly Report COMMISSION REPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT Next regular meeting: Tuesday, February 13, 2018, at 5:30 PM, fora Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The agenda packet (including staff reports and public Closed Session information) will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula) after 4:00 PM the Friday before the City Council meeting. At that time, the agenda packet may also be accessed on the City's website — TemeculaCA.gov — and will be available for public viewing at the respective meeting, Supplemental material received after the posting of the Agenda Any supplemental material distributed to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on the agenda. after the posting of the agenda, will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula, 8:00 AM — 5:00 PM). In addition, such material will be made available on the City's website — TemeculaCA.gov — and will be available for public review at the respective meeting. If you have questions regarding any item on the agenda for this meeting, please contact the City Clerk's Department, (951) 694-6444. 8 CITY COUNCIL CONSENT Item No. 1 City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, City Clerk DATE: January 23, 2018 SUBJECT: Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Govemment Code. Unless otherwise required, the full reading of the text of standard ordinances and resolutions is waived. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: None Item No. 2 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA JANUARY 9, 2018 — 7:00 PM 6:00 PM - The City Council will convene in Closed Session in the Canyons Conference Room on the third floor of the Temecula City Hall concerning the following matters: 1. Conference with Legal Counsel — Potential Litigation. The City Council will meet in closed session with the City Attorney pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) with respect to ane matter of potential litigation. A point has been reached where, in the opinion of the City Attorney, based on existing facts and circumstances, there is a significant exposure to litigation involving the City. Based on existing facts and circumstances, the City Council will decide whether to initiate litigation. 2. Conference with Real Property Negotiators. The City Council will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding the potential lease of real property owned by the City of Temecula, located at the northeast corner of Temecula Parkway and La Paz Road in the City of Temecula (APN No. 922-190-035). The parties to the negotiations for the potential lease of the property are: Neal Wichard — SAWS, LLC and the City of Temecula. Negotiators for the City of Temecula are: Aaron Adams, Peter Thorson, Greg Butler, and Pat Thomas. Under negotiation are price and terms for the City's lease of the property. 3. Conference with Real Property Negotiators. The City Council will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding the potential sale of a portion of the real property owned by the City of Temecula, located at southwest corner of Old Town Front Street and Temecula Parkway in the City of Temecula (APN Nos. 922-210-057, 922-210-059, 922-210-060). The parties to the negotiations for the potential sale of a portion of the property are: State of California and the City of Temecula. Negotiators for the City of Temecula are: Aaron Adams, Peter Thorson, Greg Butler, and Pat Thomas. Under negotiation are price and terms for the City's sale of the property. At 7:03 PM Mayor Rahn called the City Council meeting to order to consider the matters described on the regular agenda. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Matt Rahn Prelude Music: Noah Stevens Invocation: City Manager Aaron Adams Flag Salute: Council Member Jeff Comerchero ROLL CALL: Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar (Absent), Stewart, Rahn PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation to Incoming/Outgoing Mayor and TCSD President Presentation of Certificate of Appreciation to Susan Miyamoto Presentation of 15 -Year Service Pin to Maryann Edwards and 20 -Year Service Pins to Albert Blair and John Telesio PUBLIC COMMENTS The following individuals addressed the City Council on non -agenda items: • Ms. Miller • Dr. Murray Galbraith • Jordan Beck The following individuals addressed the City Council on Consent Calendar items: • Mary Lou Rosczyk (6) • Ms. Miller (6) CITY COUNCIL REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR 1 Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. 2 Approve the Action Minutes of December 12, 2017 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 2.1 That the City Council approve the action minutes and the Joint Meeting of the City Council/Temecula Community Services District action minutes of December 12, 2017. 3 Approve the List of Demands - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 3.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: 2 RESOLUTION NO. 18-01 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A 4 Approve the City Treasurer's Report as of November 30, 2017 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 4.1 That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of November 30, 2017. 5 Approve Financial Statements for the 1st Quarter Ended September 30, 2017 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 5.1 Receive and file the Financial Statements for the 1st Quarter Ended September 30, 2017; 5.2 Approve an increase in appropriation in Fund 135 Business Incubator in Transfer Out and Transfer In to the General Fund to close out this fund; 5.3 Approve a transfer of $3,000 from Overtime Wages 001.165.999.5121 to Salaries and Wages 001.163.999.5100. 6 Adopt Ordinance No. 18-01 Approving the Altair Specific Plan Project and Adopt Ordinance No. 18-02 Approving the Development Agreement with Ambient Communities (Planning Application Nos. PA14-0158, PA14-0159, PA14-0160 and PA14-0161) (Second Reading) - Approved Staff Recommendation (3-1); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, and Rahn, with Stewart voting no and Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 6.1 Adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-01 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE ALTAIR SPECIFIC PLAN #15 ON APPROXIMATELY 270 ACRES GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH AND WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF RIDGE PARK DRIVE AND VINCENT MORAGA; WEST OF PUJOL STREET AND MURRIETA CREEK; AND NORTH OF SANTA MARGARITA RIVER (APNS 922-210-049, 940-310-013, 3 940-310-015, 940-310-016, 940-310-044 THROUGH 940-310- 048, AND 940-320-001 THROUGH 940-320-007) 6.2 Adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-02 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH AMBIENT COMMUNITIES FOR THE ALTAIR SPECIFIC PLAN #15 ON APPROXIMATELY 270 ACRES GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH AND WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF RIDGE PARK DRIVE AND VINCENT MORAGA; WEST OF PUJOL STREET AND MURRIETA CREEK; AND NORTH OF SANTA MARGARITA RIVER (APNS 922-210-049, 940-310- 013, 940-310-015, 940-310-016, 940-310-044 THROUGH 940-310-048, AND 940-320-001 THROUGH 940-320-007) 7 Adopt Ordinance 18-03 Reauthorizing and Readopting the City's Public, Educational, and Governmental Access Support Fee for Cable Television Franchisees (Second Reading) - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 7.1 That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-03 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REAUTHORIZING AND READOPTING THE CITY'S PUBLIC, EDUCATIONAL, AND GOVERNMENTAL ACCESS SUPPORT FEE 8 Approve Annual Legislative Platform for Calendar Year 2018 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 8.1 That the City Council approve the annual Legislative Platform for calendar year 2018. 9 Approve Annual Boards and Commissions Handbook for Calendar Year 2018 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 4 9.1 That the City Council approve the annual Boards and Commissions Handbook for calendar year 2018. 10 Approve Annual Citywide Records Retention Schedule and Records Destruction for Calendar Year 2018 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 10.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18-02 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING REVISIONS TO THE ESTABLISHED CITYWIDE RECORDS RETENTION SCHEDULE, THEREBY AMENDING AND RESTATING THE RECORDS RETENTION POLICY, AND APPROVING THE DESTRUCTION OF CERTAIN RECORDS 11 Consent of City Council to the Sale of Roripaugh Valley Restoration's Interests in the Roripaugh Ranch Development Agreement to Woodside Homes - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 11.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18-03 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA CONSENTING TO THE SALE OF RORIPAUGH VALLEY RESTORATION'S INTERESTS IN THE RORIPAUGH RANCH DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT TO WOODSIDE HOMES (WOODSIDE 05S, LP) 12 Approve a Cooperative Agreement with Temecula Valley Genealogical Society in Support of Facility Use - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 12.1 That the City Council approve the Cooperative Agreement with Temecula Valley Genealogical Society for Facility Use. 5 13 Approve the First Amendment to the Agreement with Gary Austin Casson for the Purchase of Additional Artwork for the Fallen Heroes Memorial Project - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 13.1 Approve the First Amendment to the Agreement with Gary Austin Casson, in the amount of $7,200, for the fabrication and installation of artwork on retaining wall; 13.2 Transfer $7,200 from Fund 198 Public Art Account 198.199.999.5250 — Other Outside Services to Account 210.190.115 — Fallen Heroes Memorial Capital Improvement Project. 14 Approve an Additional Appropriation and Award a Construction Contract to Hillcrest Contracting for the Temecula Park and Ride, PW06-09 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 14.1 Approve an additional appropriation of $400,000 from the Measure "S" Fund Balance to the Temecula Park and Ride, PW06-09; 14.2 Increase the amount of CMAQ Funds appropriated in the FY 2018-22 CIP Budget by an amount of $607,281; 14.3 Award a Construction Contract to Hillcrest Contracting, in the amount of $1,734,574, for the Temecula Park and Ride, PW06-09; 14.4 Authorize the City Manager to approve Change Orders not to exceed the contingency amount of $173,457.40, which is equal to 10% of the contract amount. 15 Accept Improvements and File the Notice of Completion for the Citywide Concrete Repairs Fiscal Year 2016-17, PW16-04 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 15.1 Approve an Additional Appropriation of $10,474 from the Measure "S" Fund Balance to the Citywide Concrete Repairs Fiscal Year 2016-17, PW 16-04; 15.2 Approve an increase to the contingency, by $10,474 for the Citywide Concrete Repairs Fiscal Year 2016-17, PW16-04 and increase the City Manager change order approval authority by the same amount; 15.3 Accept the improvements for the Citywide Concrete Repairs Fiscal Year 2016-17, PW 16-04 as complete; 6 15.4 Direct the City Clerk to file and record the Notice of Completion, release the Performance Bond, and accept a one-year Maintenance Bond in the amount of 10% of the Contract amount; 15.5 Release the Labor and Materials Bond seven months after filing the Notice of Completion, if no liens have been filed. RECESS: At 7:40 PM, the City Council recessed and convened as the Temecula Community Services District Meeting. At 7:44 PM, the City Council resumed with the remainder of the City Council Agenda. RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS 20 Introduce Ordinance Adding Chapter 8.49, City Tree Care and Preservation, to Title 8, Health and Safety, of the Temecula Municipal Code - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 20.1 That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.49, CITY TREE CARE AND PRESERVATION, TO TITLE 8, HEALTH AND SAFETY, OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE 21 Adopt a Resolution in Support of Move 1-15 Through Temecula Valley and Reaffirm Related Task Force Appointments (At the Request of Mavor Rahn and Mavor Pro Tem Naggar) - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart, and Rahn, with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 21.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18-04 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA IN SUPPORT OF "MOVE 1-15 THROUGH TEMECULA VALLEY," A SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL TASK FORCE CREATED TO ADDRESS THE DAILY INTERSTATE 15 TRAFFIC CONGESTION BETWEEN THE 1-15/215 JUNCTION AND THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY LINE 7 22 Selection of 2018 City Council Committees — This item was continued. RECOMMENDATION: 22.1 That the City Council consider and appoint members to serve on various City Council Committees for calendar year 2018. BOARD/COMMISSION REPORTS CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT At 7:59 PM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, January 23, 2018, at 5:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] 8 Item No. 3 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager Ir 0 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: January 23, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve the List of Demands PREPARED BY: Pascale Brown, Fiscal Services Manager Jada Shafe, Accounting Technician II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A BACKGROUND: All claims and demands are reported and summarized for review and approval by the City Council on a routine basis at each City Council meeting. The attached claims represent the paid claims and demands since the last City Council meeting. FISCAL IMPACT: All claims and demands were paid from appropriated funds or authorized resources of the City and have been recorded in accordance with the City's policies and procedures. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. List of Demands RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the following claims and demands as set forth in Exhibit A, on file in the office of the City Clerk, has been reviewed by the City Manager's Office and that the same are hereby allowed in the amount of $2,772,847.35. Section 2. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 23rd day of January, 2018. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 23rd day of January, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 12/21/2017 TOTAL CHECK RUN: $ 1,022,79192 12/28/2017 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 878,344.98 01/04/2018 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 426,015.61 12/28/2017 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: 445,692.84 TOTAL LIST OF DEMANDS FOR 01/23/2018 COUNCIL MEETING: S 2.772 847.35 s DISBURSEMENTS BY FUND: CHECKS: CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND S 868,079.86 125 PEG PUBLIC EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT 431.91 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 24,804.01 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 6,292.25 170 MEASURE A FUND 10,000.00 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 321,317.52 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 73,180.23 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 1,349.42 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 8,685.72 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 7,433.59 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND 754,872.97 300 INSURANCE FUND 65,261.38 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 820.22 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 70,356.69 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND 9,087.65 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 11,863.15 340 FACILITIES 65,346.10 380 SARDA DEBT SERVICE FUND 1,292.50 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTONA&B DEBT SERVICE 17.89 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 17.89 474 AD03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 17.89 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 17.89 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 17.89 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 739.15 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 89.46 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE I SADDLEWOOD 605.44 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 483.08 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 849.01 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 114.94 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 795.73 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 285.43 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 374.16 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 3,591.68 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 120.23 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 262.94 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 71.98 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 2,302.76 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 849.71 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 473.05 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 123.65 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 405.76 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 73.27 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 1,442.43 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 586.24 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 2,483.52 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2I VAIL RANCH 3,023.02 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 86.86 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 137.62 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 1,550.17 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 656.91 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 74.31 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 215.14 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 3,642.44 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 79.80 S 2,327,154.51 CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND S 273,164.83 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 479.90 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 3,253.03 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 114,024.04 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 336.29 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 2,337.40 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT 356.12 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 1,953.04 300 INSURANCE FUND 912.52 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 1,920.28 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 30,129.85 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 4,492.96 340 FACILITIES 10,157.13 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 45.08 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 45.08 474 AD03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 45.08 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 45.08 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 45.08 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 45.08 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 225.33 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 27.64 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 43.99 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 37.53 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 5.49 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 62.48 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 9.91 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 11.15 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 207.04 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 1.98 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 8.88 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 3.27 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 119.61 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 25.55 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 9.25 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 7.62 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE I6TRADEWINDS 29.95 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 1.06 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 111.00 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 59.26 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 165.52 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 272.12 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 4.13 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 7.12 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 153.09 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 49.18 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 1.45 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 7.12 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 234.69 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 2.56 445.692.84 TOTAL BY FUND: 5 2,772.847 35 apChkLst Final Check List 12/2112017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank : union UNION BANK Check It Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 3609 12/21/2017 007282 AMAZON COM, INC MISC SUPPLIES. WORKFORCE DEV 2.88 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 80 67 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 12.05 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 8-08 BOOKS/COLLECTIONSLIBRARY 148 87 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 356 12 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 7 07 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 14.76 MISC. SUPPLIES: WORKFORCE DEV 63.96 MISC SUPPLIES: WORKFORCE DEV 113.42 MISC SUPPLIES WORKFORCE DEV 94.18 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 23 49 MISC SUPPLIES VARIOUS EVENTS 50.99 MISC SUPPLIES:VARIOUS EVENTS -39.98 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SERVICES 269.60 SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES 119.46 OFFICE SUPPLIES CRC 129.91 REC SUPPLIES:CRC 55.33 MISC. SUPPLIES: WORKFORCE DEV 15 28 MUSEUM SUPPLIES PPW 173.61 MISC SUPPLIES AND TOOLS - PREVENT 200.43 MISC SUPPLIES AND TOOLS - PREVENT 87.23 MISC SUPPLIES AND TOOLS - PREVENT 8.69 MISC SUPPLIES AND TOOLS - PREVENT 96.61 EQUIPMENT: STATION 95 32 36 MISC SUPPLIES AND TOOLS - PREVENT 12 07 EQUIPTMENT REPAIRS - STA 92 26 35 EQUIPMENT STATION 95 193 07 OFFICE SUPPLIES AND TOOLS: MEDIC 10863 OFFICE SUPPLIES AND TOOLS MEDIC 57 76 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY -14.55 BOOKS/COLLECTIONS. LIBRARY 43.73 SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES 83.95 MISC SUPPLIES. VARIOUS EVENTS 16.49 MISC SUPPLIES AND TOOLS - PREVENT 43.25 MISC SUPPLIES AND TOOLS - PREVENT 95.85 MISC SUPPLIES AND TOOLS - PREVENT 38.00 EQUIPMENT: STATION 95 100.00 3611 12/11/2017 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000501 INTL INSTITUTE OF MUNICIPAL RO CERTIFIED MUNICIPAL CLERK 125.00 RAMIREZ, 014583 PALUMBO'S RISTORANTE, LLC RO RFSHMNTS:CITY CNCL CLOSED 171.17 SESSION 012313 FRANKLIN COVEY COMPANY RO CALENDAR BOOK: JOHL-OLSON, 31.95 R. 2.929.67 328.12 Pagel apChkLst 12/21/2017 9:34:48AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total 3612 12/11/2017 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 006944 OMNI HOTELS JH LODGING CALPERS TRAINING 2 16 006944 OMNI HOTELS JH LODGING: CALPERS TRAINING 378 93 006952 PAYPAL JH VERISIGN PAYFLOW PRO 90 80 471.89 TRANSACTION 3613 12/11/2017 006687 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 008699 CSUS CCE PT RESIDENT ENGINEERS ACADEMY: 360.00 WHITE, C. 001282 KNORR SYSTEMS INC PT AQUATICS CERT COURSE 395.00 755.00 TAMONE, B 3614 12/11/2017 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000733 ABBEY PARTY RENTS AA TABLECLOTHS FOR SEMINAR 11/9 213 73 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE, LLC AA RFRSHMNTS: SEMINAR 1119117705 21 918 94 186493 12/21/2017 020384 ADRIANY, LINDA REFUND:CFD 03-02 SPEC TAX PMT 721.26 721.26 186494 12/21/2017 015217 AIRGAS. INC GAS FOR DRY ICE 16 98 18.98 EXPERIMENTS.PPW 166495 12/21/2017 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT ASPHALT PRODUCTS CITYWIDE 547 76 ASPHALT PRODUCTS CITYWIDE 373 15 920.91 186496 12/21/2017 014695 ALL AMERICAN bicycle repair temecula police 483 15 483.15 MOTORSPORTS, INC 166497 12/21/2017 009374 ALLEGRO MUSICAL VENTURES PIANO TUNING MPSC 185 00 185.00 186498 12/21/2017 010905 ALLIED TRAFFIC 8 EQUIPMENT MISC SUPPLIES VARIOUS SPECIAL 2 45000 EVENTS MISC SUPPLIES:VARIOUS SPECIAL EVE( 1.300 00 3,750.00 186499 12/21/2017 006915 ALLIES PARTY EQUIPMENT RENTALS:WNTER WONDERLAND 2017 3.50770 RENTALS:VARIOUS SPECIAL EVENTS 36444 3,872.14 186500 12/21/2017 013015 ALWAYS RELIABLE BACKFLOW BACKFLOW TESTING: VARI. 216 00 216.00 LOCATIONS 186501 12/21/2017 004240 AMERICAN FORENSIC NURSES JAN STAND BY FEE: POLICE DEPT 1.248.00 1,248.00 (AFN) 186502 12/21/2017 002187 ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE FY 17/18 (ME) COUNCIL COMMUNITY 500.00 500.00 VALLEYS SVC 186503 12/21/2017 000101 APPLE ONE INC NOV TEMP STAFF SVCS: 9.029.41 9,029.41 CLERK/BLDG/HR Paget apChkLst 12/21/2017 9:34:48AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check tt Date Vendor 186504 12/21/2017 013950 AOUACHILLOF SAN DIEGO 186505 12/21/2017 017149 B G P RECREATION, INC 186506 12/21/2017 019709 BAGDASARIAN. NADYA 186507 12/21/2017 011954 BAKER & TAYLOR INC 186508 12/21/2017 020050 BEST CONTRACTING SERVICES, INC 186509 12/21/2017 012583 BLANCA YPRICE 186510 12/21/2017 008605 BONTERRA PSOMAS 186511 12/21/2017 003048 BOYS & GIRLS CLUB 186512 12/21/2017 003048 BOYS & GIRLS CLUB 186513 12/21/2017 004248 CALIF DEPT OF JUSTICE-ACCTING 186514 12/21/2017 000152 CALIF PARKS & RECREATION SOC Description Amount Paid Check Total DEC DRINKING WATER SYSTEM SVCS PW dunking water sys maintvar facilities DEC WATER SVCS: POLICE STOREFROr` DEC DRINKING WATER SVCS: INFO TEC DEC DRINKING WATER SYS MAINT MPS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS REIMB SUPPLIES FOR TEAM PACE 12/13 BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 800K COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY RECORDS ON TAPE: LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY CHILDREN'S MUSEUM ROOF REHAB: PW16-02 OCT LDSCP PLAN CK & INSPECT SVCS 9/29-10/26 CONSULT SVCS:PECHANGA PKWY FY 17/18 COUNCIL CSF AWARD FY 17/18 (ME) COUNCIL CSF AWARD NOV DOJ ALCOHOL ANALYSIS:TEMECULA POLICE MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: RUSSO. E 28.28 183.71 28.28 28.28 34.75 2,639 50 2,560.25 3,591.00 235.46 23.95 167 38 0 B0 20.56 111.929 01 13.330.50 3.365.00 5,000.00 1,000.00 735.00 170 00 303.30 8,790 75 235.46 212.69 111.929 01 13, 330.50 3,365.00 5.000 00 1.000.00 735.00 170.00 186515 12/21/2017 004462 CDW LLC ADOBE RENEWAL:INFO TECH 45006 186516 12/21/2017 000137 CHEVRON AND TEXACO 3.87087 3.870.87 186517 12/21/2017 017429 COBRA ADVANTAGE INC . DBA. NOV FSA& COBRA ADMIN: HR 530.00 530 00 FLEX ADVANTAGE 186518 12/21/2017 014520 COLD STAR, INC SNOW:WINTER WONDERLAND EVENT 7.374.34 7,374.34 ADOBE RENEWAL INFO TECH NOV'17 CITY VEHICLES FUEL POLICE DEPT 3.228 36 3,678.42 Page3 apChkLst Final Check List 1212112017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 4 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 186519 12/21/2017 004412 COMPLETE TENNIS CAMP. THE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 186520 12/21/2017 002945 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - CIVIC CTR DIST 186521 12/21/2017 019247 CORTES & LEE INSTALL PLAY EQUIP PARTS:TEMEKU HILLS 186522 12/21/2017 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA #491 FURNITURE & SUPPLIES STA 95 1,683.50 386 40 289. B0 2,359 70 169 92 169 92 19 589 00 19,5139 00 830.11 830.11 186523 12/21/2017 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA #491 SUPPLIES VARIOUS SPECIAL EVENTS 26.52 REC SUPPLIES:CRC 359.12 SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES 242.83 supplies. refreshments & mist. 329.57 SUPPLIES:HIGH HOPES 104.90 1.062 94 186524 12/21/2017 017542 COX, KRISTI LYN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 134.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 168.00 302 40 186525 12/21/2017 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & PLUMBING STATION 84 234.89 HVAC INC PLUMBING MAINTENANCE: STA 92 180 00 PLUMING REPAIR STATION 84 910.00 1.324.89 186526 12/21/2017 018491 CRONBERG PHOTOGRAPHY TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 84.00 84.00 186527 12/21/2017 002990 DAVID TURCH & ASSOCIATES DEC FEDERAL LOBBYING SVCS 3 500 00 3.500 00 186528 12/21/2017 020360 DE NOVO PLANNING GROUP CEQAAnalysis for Seraphina Tentative 12 380 00 12.380.00 186529 12/21/2017 010461 DEMCO INC SUPPLIES LIBRARY 12703 127.03 186530 12/21/2017 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL PORTABLE RESTROOMS BREAKFAST 77.20 77 20 SRVCS W/SANTA 186531 12/21/2017 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL & FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD 149.90 LUBRICANTS FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES. CODE ENFOI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES- TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: LAND DEV FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES TRAFFIC DIV FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WOR FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WOF FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE 130.19 332.05 272.01 6789 145.92 949.38 551.55 99.79 2,698.68 Page4 apChkLst Final Check List 12/21/2017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank : union UNION BANK Check N Date Vendor Cent .edi Description Amount Paid Check Total 186532 12/21/2017 004068 ECALDRE MANALILI-OE VILLA. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 399 00 AILEEN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 186533 12/21/2017 019469 FALCON ENGINEERING NOV CONSTRUCTION MGMT SVCS SERVICES PW04-08 186534 12/21/2017 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE. LLC RFSHMNTS ART OFF THE WALLS EVENT 1/5/1 186535 12/21/2017 003633 FOOTHILL EASTERN JUL-DEC TOLL ROADS USAGE: VAR. TRANSPORTN. DEPTS 186536 12/21/2017 014865 FREIZE UHLER. KIMBERLY 186537 12/21/2017 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA. INC 186538 12/21/2017 003946 G T ENTERTAINMENT 186539 12/21/2017 012066 GEOCON WEST, INC 186540 12/21/2017 005405 GILLILAND ROBIN 292 60 159 60 425 60 452 20 345.80 434 00 159 60 292 60 434 00 186 20 390 60 3.971 80 138.484 29 138.484.29 143 05 143.05 180 96 180.96 TABLE CLOTH 461 53 CITY LOGO POLO -SHIRTS DEC INTERNET SVCS:C MUSEUM. GIFT SHOP DEC INTERNET SVCS:EXT DMV INET LIN DEC INTERNET SVCS CITY HALL DEC INTERNET SVCS TCC DJ/ANNOUNCING - NEW YEARS EVE EVENT DJ/Announcing - various special events 151 94 613.47 126 98 107.84 291 98 146 98 500.00 350.00 673 78 DJ/MC - WINTER WONDERLAND 450.00 1.300.00 GEOTECH TESTING' PW12-11 1,365.00 1,365.00 REIMB:HOMELESS TASK FORCE MTG 16; 99 167.99 12/14 186541 12/21/2017 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS OFFICE SUPPLIES: PUBLIC WORKS 141 40 INC OFFICE EQUIPMENT- STA95 1,086.29 1,227.69 186542 12/21/2017 009608 GOLDEN VALLEY MUSIC STTLMNT CLASSICS AT THE MERC: 1 487 50 1.487 50 SOCIETY DECEMBER 186543 12/21/2017 019721 GOVCONNECTION, INC WFi hardware lifecycle repl 3,117.65 3,117.65 Page 5 apChkLst Final Check List 1212112017 11:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank ; union UNION BANK Check* Date Vendor 1B6544 12/21/2017 015451 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SVCS 186545 12/21/2017 020387 HERMOSILLO. HOLLIE 186546 12/21/2017 003198 HOME DEPOT. THE 1Contnued Description Amount Paid Check Total DEC LEASE FOR 16 COPIERS CITY 523 70 HALUOFF-S NOV LEASE FOR 16 COPIERS:CITY HALL 523 70 REFUND:RETURNED LOST 6.99 MATERIALS:LIBRARY MISC SUPPLIES' THEATER 120.09 MISC SUPPLIES: THEATER 292.95 MISC SUPPLIES: THEATER 1.616.84 MISC SUPPLIES: THEATER -86.17 1,047 40 6.99 1,943.71 186547 12/21/2017 010530 I P C INDUSTRIES INC golf cart rentals various special 1.781.25 1,781.25 186548 12/21/2017 016564 IMPACT TELECOM NOV 800 SERVICES:CIVIC CENTER 57.00 57 00 186549 12/21/2017 012342 INLAND CUTTER SERVICE INC PAPER DRILL MAINT: CENTRAL SVCS 291.25 291 25 186550 12/21/2017 010766 INLAND VALLEY SYMPHONY DEPOSIT SYMPHONY PERF: 3/25/18 6.500 00 6.500 00 186551 12/21/2017 001407 INTER VALLEY POOL SUPPLY POOL CHEMICAL SUPPLIES: VAR 402 27 402 27 INC POOLS 186552 12/21/2017 020386 KOVELY, TRICIA REFUND RETURNED LOST 15 00 15 00 MATERIALS:LIBRARY 186553 12/21/2017 020249 LAUND3R.COM LLC dry cleaning services:MPSC linens 106 50 106 50 186554 12/21/2017 017413 LINFIELD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL FY17-18 PARKS & LIGHT ASSESS. 3,950.52 3,950 52 (MEAS C) 186555 12/21/2017 000217 MARGARITA OFFICIALS ASSN SPARK OF LOVE OFFICIATING ADULT SOFTBALL NOV OFFICIATING ADULT SOFTBALL:SP( 363 00 1.591 00 1,954 00 186556 12/21/2017 014392 MC COLLOUGH, JILL DENISE DEC PLANTSCAPE SRVCS:CIVIC CTR 500.00 DEC PLANTSCAPE SRVCS:LIBRARY 200.00 700.00 186557 12/21/2017 018675 MDG ASSOCIATES INC SEP CDBG ADMIN SVCS 8.918.75 8,918 75 186558 12/21/2017 015955 METRO FIRE & SAFETY INC. Fire Extinguisher Inspection Harveston 57.30 57 30 166559 12/21/2017 009606 MGT OF AMERICA INC State mandate cost claim srvcs finance 7.336.00 7,336.00 Page6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 12121/2017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank : union UNION BANK Cocuruedl Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 186560 12/21/2017 018314 MICHAEL BAKER INT'L INC. DSGN SVCS PW15-14 PECHANGA PKWY 186561 12/21/2017 013827 MIKO MOUNTAINLION. INC. 186562 12/21/2017 013827 MIKO MOUNTAINLION. INC 186563 12/21/2017 012962 MILLER. MISTY 135 25 135.25 REPLACE GUARDRAIL RAINBOW 9,000 00 CANYON STORM DRAIN REPAIR RAINBOW CYN F 10,000 00 INSTALL CONCRETE PLAYGROUND 5,000 00 CURBWALL TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 126 D0 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 186564 12/21/2017 011649 MILLER. WENDY REIMB:SUPPLIES.SPARK OF LOVE 186565 12/21/2017 000973 MIRACLE RECREATION EQUIPMENT VAIL RANCH PLAYGROUND EQUIP PW17-10 VAIL RANCH PLAYGROUND EQUIP: PW1 Replace park benches. Nicolas Rd Park 19,000.00 5,000 00 10080 226.80 438 53 438 53 342.303 56 -179,223.53 3,702 71 166,782 74 186566 12/21/2017 020324 MITCHELL RUBBER GYM FLOORING: STATION 95 2,915 72 2.915 72 PRODUCTS LLC 186567 12/21/2017 004586 MOORE FENCE COMPANY INC SAM HICKS PARK- EXTEND FENCE 8,677.55 8.877 55 186568 12/21/2017 009443 MUNYON. DENNIS G JAN -MAR LIC FEE FOR OLD TOWN 2.875 00 2,875.00 PARKING LOT 186569 12/21/2017 015164 NATURES IMAGE, INC OCT PECHANGA PKWY ENVIRON 897.75 897.75 MITIGATION 186570 12/21/2017 015164 NATURES IMAGE, INC NOV PECHANGA PKWY ENVIRON 897.75 897 75 MITIGATION 186571 12/21/2017 015164 NATURES IMAGE. INC OCT ENVIRO MITIGATION FVP 280.25 280.25 OVERCROSSING 186572 12/21/2017 019816 NEW HORIZONS LEARNING EXCEL 2016 TRAINING INFO TECH 1,700.00 GROUP 186573 12/21/2017 018402 NEWSMINDED, INC 186574 12/21/2017 014391 NICHOLS, KELLIE D EXCEL 2016 TRAINING:INFO TECH 1,700.00 EXCEL 2016 TRAINING INFO TECH 1,700.00 5.100.00 11/6-12/2 NEWSPAPER 118.75 SUBSCRIPTION: MPSC 9/11-10/7 NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION 125.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 252.00 186575 12/21/2017 003964 OFFICE DEPOT BUSINESS SVS OFFICE SUPPLIES: FINANCE DIV 243 75 252.00 9669 9669 Page 7 apChkLst Final Check List 12/21/2017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total 186576 12/21/2017 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE & SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS PW PARKS 899 21 899.21 MNTC 186577 12/21/2017 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE & SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:CODE ENF 180.52 180 52 186578 12/21/2017 013198 ORTENZO-HAYES. KRISTINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 246.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 492 80 TCSO INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 526.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 493 50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 246 40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 246 40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 215 60 186579 12/21/2017 000253 POSTMASTER EXPRESS MAIL & POSTAL SVCS 186580 12/21/2017 011549 POWER SPORTS UNLIMITED VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: POLICE MOTORS VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: POLICE MOT, VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: POLICE MOT, 186581 12/21/2017 014957 PRN PRODUCTIONS COMEDY @ THE MERC 12115 246750 21 18 21.18 359 76 483.72 408.00 1,251,48 52 00 52.00 186582 12/21/2017 005075 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL NOV UNIFORM/FLR MTS/TWL 763.92 SUPPLY RENTALS.CITY FAC CREDIT:BILLING ADJ/PW STREET MAINT -82.00 186583 12/21/2017 002176 RANCHO CALIF BUS PK ASSOC JAN -MAR BUS PRK ASSN DUES DIAZ 2.033 07 RD JAN -MAR BUS PRK ASSN DUES:FOC 1.843.17 186584 12/21/2017 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER DISTRICT JAN -MAR BUS PRK ASSN DUES:TVE2 681.92 2.234 14 6.110.38 NOV VAR WATER METERS FIRE STNS 732.57 DEC VAR WATER METERS'TCSD SVC LE 26.830.29 NOV VAR WATER METERS PW OLD T01h 1,387.79 NOV VAR WATER METERS:PW MAINT 239.82 NOV VAR WATER METERS PW VAR SITE 755.02 NOV VAR WATER METERS PW FAC 3,822.67 NOV VAR WATER METERS PWJRC 165.75 NOV VAR WATER METERS .PW CIP 455.52 NOV VAR WATER METERS PWCIP 60.27 NOV VAR WATER METERS PW MAINT 170.19 NOV COMM WATER METER:26640 PUJOI 10.46 34.630.35 186585 12/21/2017 001500 REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER FY 17/18 CONSORTIUM FEES:HR 1,779,00 1.779.00 186586 12/21/2017 020385 REINS THERAPEUTIC FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SERVICE HORSEMANSHIP FUNDING 1,000.00 1,000.00 Pages apChkLst Final Check List 12/2112017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 9 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 186587 12/21/2017 003591 RENES COMMERCIAL CLEAN-UP CREW FOR CHRISTMAS MANAGEMENT PARADE 186588 12/21/2017 000353 RIVERSIDE CO AUDITOR NOV '17 PRKG CITATION ASSESSMENTS 186589 12/21/2017 000406 RIVERSIDE CO SHERIFFS CHRISTMAS PARADE EXTRA DUTY DEPT PATROL SRVCS 186590 12/21/2017 008739 ROSE CITY LABEL TEMECULA JUNIOR STAR OFFICE LABELS POLIC 3,125.00 3.125 00 3,698.50 3.698.50 13,754.74 13.754.74 972.00 972.00 186591 12/21/2017 004274 SAFE & SECURE LOCKSMITH LOCKSMITH SRVCS.PBSP 94.65 REPLACEMENT KEYS PARK MONITOR V 186592 12/21/2017 005329 SAFE ALTERNATIVES FOR FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SERVICE EVERYONE FUNDING 186593 12/21/2017 009980 SANBORN, GWYNETH A. COUNTRY LIVEI ig THE MERC 12116 186594 12/21/2017 013911 SANTA ROSA PLATEAU FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SERVICE NATURE FUNDING 186595 12/21/2017 017699 SARNOWSKI, SHAWNA, M PHOTOGRAPHER SALUTE TO PRESTON VETERANS '17 186596 12/21/2017 016012 SAUNDERS CATHY 186597 12/21/2017 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC 186598 12/21/2017 009746 SIGNS BY TOMORROW 186599 12/21/2017 000645 SMART & FINAL INC 162 75 277 40 2.50000 2,500 00 423.00 423 00 1.000.00 1.000.00 150.00 150.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 30240 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 302.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 102.90 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 302.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 302.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 302.40 1.614.90 JAZZ'© THE MERC 12'14 241.50 241.50 SIGN POSTING SRVCS PLANNING 425.50 425 50 MISC SUPPLIES BREAKFAST W/SANTA 1,019 39 SUPPLIES & MISC ITEMS MPSC 159 86 1.179.25 Page.9 apChkLst 12121/2017 9:34:48AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor 186600 12/21/2017 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 186801 12/21/2017 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 186602 12/2112017 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC 186603 12/21/2017 008337 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE 186604 12/21/2017 016262 STEVE ADAMIAK GOLF INSTRUCTION 186605 12/21/2017 019494 SUPPORT WAREHOUSE LIMITED 186606 12/21/2017 020310 SW CARPENTERS TRAINING FUND 186607 12/21/2017 003677 TEMECULA MOTORSPORTS LLC 186608 12/21/2017 006305 TEMECULA SISTER CITY ASSN 186609 12/21/2017 010046 TEMECULA VALLEY CONVENTION & Description Amount Paid Check Total NOV 2.28-171.2620.40820 WINCHESTER RD NOV 2-02-351-5281:30875 RANCHO VISTo NOV 2.20-798-3248:42081 MAIN ST NOV 2.10-331.2153.28816 PUJOL ST NOV 2.30-608-938428582 HARVESTON NOV 2-30-066-2889.30051 RANCHO VIST., NOV 2-26-887-0789:40233 VILLAGE RD NOV 2.29-223-9571:30395 MURR HOT SP NOV 2-33-237-4818 30499 RANCHO CAL NOV 2-31-419-2659 26706 YNEZ RD TC1 NOV 2-36-171-5626 BUTTERFIELD/LA SEI NOV 2-01-202-7330:VARIOUS LS -1-E NEW METER INSTALL:I.15/SR79S ULT REFRESHMENTS:YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL 12/6 OFFICE SUPPLIES:POLICE MALL STN CREDIT OFFICE SUPPLIES/PW CIP CREDIT:OFFICE SUPPLIES/POLICE MALL OFFICE SUPPLIES:POLICE MALL STN CREDIT:OFFICE SUPPLIES/POLICE MALL CREDIT OFFICE SUPPLIES/PW TRAFFIC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS HP SUPPORT WARRANTY:LIBRARY TEXTBOOKS & SUPPLIES WORKFORCE VEH REPAIR & MAINT TEMECULA POLICE SISTER CITY PGRM SPONSORSHIP OCT '17 BUS. IMPRV DISTRICT ASMNTS 186610 12/21/2017 003941 TEMECULA WINNELSON PLUMBING SUPPLIES: VARIOUS COMPANY PARKS 402 56 3,912.95 1,039.72 71863 326 23 26.72 1,595 69 50.08 110.13 141 39 24,323.34 72,983.25 2,866.35 8639 614.74 -161.16 -43.05 4305 -43.05 -161.16 472 50 1 008 00 735 00 375 20 961.00 2.85356 300.11 5.000.00 152.514.39 105,630.69 2,866.35 86.39 249.37 2,590.70 961.00 2.853.56 300.11 5,000.00 152,514.39 61 85 61.85 Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List 12/2112017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 11 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 186611 12/21/2017 003849 TERRYBERRY COMPANY SERVICE PIN AWARDS: HR 4.991.08 4.991.08 186612 12/21/2017 007824 THESSALONIKA FAMILY FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SERVICE 5 000.00 5,000.00 SERVICES FUNDING 186613 12/21/2017 016311 TIERCE, NICHOLAS GRAPHIC DESIGN SRVCS THEATER 2,340 00 2,340 00 186614 12/21/2017 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE DEC HIGH SPEED INTERNET 32364 54.99 OVERLAND DEC HIGH SPEED INTERNET 29119 MAR, 348.13 403.12 186615 12/21/2017 019100 TNT ENTERTAINMENT GROUP DEPOSIT:SOUND SRVCS/SYMPHONY 2.332.50 2,332.50 LLC 5/26 186616 12/21/2017 020382 TORRES. ENRIQUE REFUND BALADJ FOR VIOL 30 00 30 00 DISMISSAL 86804 186617 12/21/2017 000161 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES. INC CRYSTAL REPORT TRNG:H.HOWE 1,500.00 1.500 00 9/19-22 186618 12/21/2017 002702 U S POSTAL SERVICE NOV'17 POSTAGE METER DEPOSIT 4,916.41 4.91641 186619 12121/2017 017579 U. S HEALTHWORKS MEDICAL PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENINGS HR 165 00 165.00 186620 12/21/2017 019793 URBANE CAFE REFRESHMENTS:ART OFF THE WALLS 303.63 303.63 1/5/18 186621 12/21/2017 008977 VALLEY EVENTS. INC MISC RENTALS BREAKFAST W/SANTA 243.00 243.00 '17 186622 12/21/2017 004794 VALLEY WINDS COMMUNITY PERFORMANCE.NEW YEARS EVE 750.00 750.00 186623 12/21/2017 014848 VALUTEC CARD SOLUTIONS, NOV TICKETING SRVCS: THEATER 151 13 151 13 LLC 186624 12/21/2017 016094 VAVRINEK, TRINE. DAY & CO CITY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AUDIT 3,500.00 3,500 00 LLP 186625 12/21/2017 009101 VISION ONE. INC NOV SHOWARE TICKETING 4,469.80 4,469 80 SRVCS:THEATER 186626 12121/2017 007987 VVALMART KITCHEN SUPPLIES STA 64 233.93 233 93 186627 12/21/2017 016676 WAVES PROJECT INC FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SERVICE 5.000.00 5,000 00 FUNDING Page:11 apChkLst Final Check List 12/21/2017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 12 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check* Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 186628 12/21/2017 020383 ZURIEKAT, NABEEH REFUND:BALADJ FOR VIOL 330.00 330.00 DISMISSAL:322702 1001941 12/15/2017 016498 HURLEY, JENNIE 1001942 12/15/2017 016983 LAKE, JENNIFER 1001943 12/15/2017 019154 MABALOT, CARLOS 1001944 12/15/2017 019490 NOORZAD, CARRIE 1001945 12/15/2017 019490 NOORZAD, CARRIE 1001946 12/15/2017 020380 PELOIAN, VANESSA 1001947 12)15/2017 017531 RANCHO FAMILY MEDICAL GROUP REFUND:CREDIT:RM RENTAL:CRC 175.00 175.00 REFUND:CREDIT ON ACCT:TCSD 90.00 90.00 REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:TCC 200.00 200.00 REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:CRC 150.00 150.00 REFUND:CREDIT:RM RENTAL:CRC 147.00 147.00 REFUND:MISS CATHY'S TINY TOTS 72.00 72.00 1040.209 REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:TCC 200.00 200.00 1001948 12)15/2017 013632 RELIANCE CHURCH REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:CONF CTR AIB 150.00 150.00 1001949 12/15/2017 020381 UDELL, CHRISTIANA REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:CRC 200.00 200.00 Grand total for UNION BANK: 1,022,793.92 Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List 12/2112017 9:34:48AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 13 150 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks:1 02= Page.13 apChklst Final Check List 12/2812017 8:28:41AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 3615 121112017 006867 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 013851 STORM SOURCE. LLC MH YEARLY RENEWAL FOR APPT 643.00 PLUS 006952 PAYPAL MH TOUCH PANEL 249 99 013338 APPLE STORE MHAIRPODS: COMERCHERO, JEFF 164.27 020392 FASTENATION INC MH WRAP BAND FASTENERS 129 00 WIRES/CABLES 006952 PAY PAL MH REPLACEMENT BULB FOR 47 63 PROJECTOR LAMP 013851 STORM SOURCE. LLC 020391 AIRSQUIRRELS.COM 3617 12/11/2017 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 015354 FACEBOOK.COM 020395 ETSY 018583 WHICH WCH 006937 SOUTHWEST AIRLINES 019592 URBAN CAFE 020394 JENSEN, MANDY 019592 URBAN CAFE 019592 URBAN CAFE 019592 URBAN CAFE 011108 MONTE CARLO RESORT & CASINO 020393 TRULY MADLY SVVEETLY INC 006937 SOUTHWEST AIRLINES 3620 12/21/2017 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 015640 EVENTBRITE MH APPOINTMENT PLUS IT MH AIR SQUIRRELS FOR SOFTWARE DEMO GB ROAD CLOSURE FACEBOOK AD GB SUPPLIES: JR. WOMEN STEM PRGM GB RFRSHMNTS YOUTH INNOVATORS PRGM GB AIR FARE:CALPERS WRKSHP:EDWAR DS/BUTLER GB RFRSHMTNS. YOUTH INNOVATORS MTG GB RFRSHMNTS BROKERS MEETING GB RFSHMNTS 5 & P PRESENTATION MTG GB RFRSHMNTS PITCH PRACTICE GB RFSHMNTS: YOUTH INNOVATORS PRGM GB LODGING NEOGOV CONF: OBMANN B GB RFSHMNTS BROKERS MEETING GB AIRFARE CALPERS WRKSHP EDWARDS/BUTLER LM DUI CHECKPOINT CLASS: OPICE & MELBACK 3621 12/28/2017 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT SUPPORT 40 00 14 99 12.38 11 87 126 00 60 00 139 63 21750 19835 1,288 88 178 13 169 53 387 78 315 00 695 92 2,512.09 258 00 258.00 1,008.45 1.008.45 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check LiSt 12/28/2017 8:29:41AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank : union UNION BANK Check 0 Date Vendor (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total 3622 12/28/2017 000194 ICMA RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457 303355 PAYMENT 3623 12/28/2017 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) 3624 12/28/2017 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) 3625 12/28/2017 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION 3626 12/28/2017 001065 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION 7,245.00 7,245.00 STATE TAXES PAYMENT 23.538.15 23,538.15 FEDERAL TAXES PAYMENT 87,653.54 87,653.54 OBRA - PROJECT RETIREMENT 2,743.74 2,743.74 PAYMENT NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT PAYMENT 9,758.54 9,758.54 3627 12/28/2017 019088 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE LOAN REPAYMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 442.44 442.44 3628 12/28/2017 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' PERS RETIREMENT PAYMENT 94,273.04 94,273.04 RETIREMENT) 186629 12/22/2017 020244 PLAYCORE WISCONSIN. INC Park enchancement project -Butterfield 168.767.72 168.767.72 186630 12/22/2017 020244 PLAYCORE WISCONSIN, INC PARK ENCHANCEMENT PROJECT 9,354.74 9,354.74 PW17-10 186631 12/22/2017 020244 PLAYCORE WISCONSIN, INC PARK ENCHANCEMENT PROJECT 60,339 04 60,339.04 PW17-10 186632 12/22/2017 020244 PLAYCORE WISCONSIN, INC PARK ENCHANCEMENT PROJECT 23,464.15 23,464.15 PW17-10 186633 12/28/2017 018313 858 GRAPHICS. INC Banner:Art Off the Walls 269.38 269.38 186634 12/28/2017 019075 ADORAMA INC miscAN production equip PEG supplies 181 92 181 92 186635 12/28/2017 019307 ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE SMOG CHECKS:TCSD VEHICLES 55.00 SMOG Smog Check & Certificates B&S Dept Smog Check & Certificates B&S Dept Smog Check & Certificates B&S Dept smog check & certificates:ITSS dept SMOG CHECKS.TCSD VEHICLES SMOG CHECKS-TCSD VEHICLES SMOG CHECKS TCSD VEHICLES 45.00 45.00 4500 45.00 45.00 45.00 45 00 370 00 Page2 apChkLst Final Check List 12/28/2017 8:29:41AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 186636 12/28/2017 001517 AETNA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH. JAN '18 EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE LLC PRGM 186637 12/28/2017 015217 AIRGAS. INC 186638 12/28/2017 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT 186639 12/28/2017 011304 AMEZCUA, MICHELLE GAS FOR DRY ICE EXPERIMENTS:PPW GAS FOR DRY ICE EXPERIMENTS PPW GAS FOR DRY ICE EXPERIMENTS PPW 655.60 65560 58.24 8.81 8.81 75 86 ASPHALT PRODUCTS CITYWIDE 583.76 ASPHALT PRODUCTS: CITYWIDE REIMB 12/11-12/15 NFPA CERTIFICATION 493 88 1.077 64 83.94 83.94 186640 12/28/2017 002187 ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE OCT ANIMAL CONTROL SRVCS:CITY 10.000.00 10,000 00 VALLEYS OFTEMECUL 186641 12/28/2017 005946 AYERS DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 166642 12/28/2017 018941 AZTEC LANDSCAPING, INC. 186643 12/28/2017 006254 BALLET FOLKLORICO 186644 12/28/2017 004262 BIO-TOX LABORATORIES plastic filled easter eggs -201 8 egg 2.278 00 2.278 00 Janitonal Srvcs:Hicks, Duck Pond.6th 363.00 363.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 161.70 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 147 00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 102.90 411.60 DRUG/ALCOHOLANALYSIS POLICE DRUG/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS POLICE DRUG/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS POLICE 1.620.00 590.90 315.00 2,525.90 186645 12/28/2017 010469 BOZONELOS. ROBERT Musical performances Art Off The Walls 250.00 250.00 186646 12/28/2017 000152 CALIF PARKS & RECREATION CPRS MEMBERSHIP & SOC CONFERENCE:TVM 186647 12/28/2017 008332 CANINE SUPPORT TEAMS FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SVC FUNDING AWARD 186648 12/28/2017 000131 CARL WARREN & COMPANY NOV LIABILITY INSURANCE RISK INC MGMT 186649 12/28/2017 018315 CHARITY FOR CHARITY FY 17/18 (JC) COUNCIL CSF AWARD 186650 12/28/2017 004405 COMMUNITY HEALTH EMPLOYEE CHARITY DONATIONS CHARITIES. C/O WELLS FARGO PAYMENT BANK 1,240.00 1.240.00 2,500.00 2.500.00 3,992.50 3,992.50 750 00 750 00 24 00 24.00 Pages apChkLst Final Check List 12/28/2017 8:29:41AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 4 Bank : union UNION BANK Check 8 Date Vendor (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total 186651 12/28/2017 011922 CORELOGIC. INC NOV PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION SFTWR: CODE 186652 12/28/2017 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 8491 FURNITURE & SUPPLIES STA 95 186653 12/28/2017 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA #491 312 00 312.00 15212 15212 SUPPLIES:VARIOUS SPECIAL EVENTS 306.24 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SERVICES 164 44 470 68 186654 12/28/2017 013754 COWAN, LLOYD ENTERTAINMENT:NEW YEAR'S EVE 3.700 00 3,700.00 186655 12/28/2017 020105 CUMBERBATCH, JAMAL TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 266 00 266.00 186656 12128/2017 014580 DANCE THEATRE COLLECTIVE STTLMNT DANCEXCHANGE 12/19/17 108 50 108 50 186657 12/28/2017 018247 DOKKEN ENGINEERING SEP ENVIRONMENTAL SRVCS 1,500.00 1,500.00 PLANNING DEPT 186658 12/28/2017 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL & LUBRICANTS 186659 12/28/2017 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DIST 186660 12/28/2017 011202 EMH SPORTS USA. INC FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC 197 99 WORKS FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD 144 27 NOV WATER METER 39569 SERAPHINA 187 16 RD NOV WATER METER 39656 DIEGO DR 95.85 NOV WATER METER MURR HOT SPRING 84.83 NOV WATER METER MURR HOT SPRING 31.02 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 588.00 342.26 398.86 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 75.60 663.60 186661 12/28/2017 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC 1218 & 12113 EXP MAIL SVCS:50.71 60.71 CLERK/CITY 186662 12/28/2017 003747 FINE ARTS NETWORK TIX, NUTCRACKER BALLET 12/15-12/24 63.793.57 63.793 57 186663 12/28/2017 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD SUPPORT PAYMENT 89 89 89 89 186664 12/28/2017 014865 FREIZE UHLER, KIMBERLY YOUTH PROGRAM SHIRTS 453,32 453.32 WORKFORCE 186665 12/28/2017 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA, INC DEC INTERNET SVCS 41000 MAIN ST 4,868 45 DEC INTERNET SVCS 41000 MAIN ST 2,481.91 DEC INTERNET SVCS SR CTR, SKATE P/ 202.95 DEC INTERNET SVCS LIBRARY 186.98 DEC INTERNET SVCS SENIOR CENTER 146.98 DEC INTERNET SVCS 27415 ENTERPRIS 102.84 7.990 11 Page:4 apChkLat Final Check List Page: 5 12128412017 8:29;41AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Conunuedl Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 186666 12/28/2017 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS OFFICE SUPPLIES: FOC 160 87 INC OFFICE SUPPLIES: FOC 30 98 OFFICE SUPPLIES: FOC 186667 12/28/2017 003342 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SVC FUNDING AWARD 186668 12/28/2017 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC 21.77 213.62 5,000 00 5.000.00 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES. VAR PARKS 180 37 MAINT. SUPPLIES FOC 173 95 MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 119.02 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 117.32 MAINT. SUPPLIES CIVIC CTR 69.42 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 62.75 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 58.31 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 54.76 MAINT. SUPPLIES IWTCM 43.49 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 40.32 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 40 17 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES:PW STREET C 39.04 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 37.94 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 33.80 MAINT SUPPLIES. TPL 33.57 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES VAR PARKS 31.30 MAINT. SUPPLIES IWTCM 31 30 MAINT SUPPLIES CIVIC CTR 30.43 MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 30 43 MAINT. SUPPLIES. IWTCM 27 13 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 20 64 MAINT. SUPPLIES AQUATICS 19 02 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 18 79 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 17 76 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES:PW STREET C 16 28 MAINT. SUPPLIES: OLD TOWN 15 81 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 15 63 MAINT. SUPPLIES CIVIC CTR 13.04 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES. VAR PARKS 13 03 MAINT. SUPPLIES: IWTCM 11.04 MAINT. SUPPLIES: MPSC 9 22 MAINT. SUPPLIES MPSC 9.06 MAINT. SUPPLIES: TPL 8.55 MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 7.59 MAINT. SUPPLIES: CMC CTR 7.28 MAINT SUPPLIES' CIVIC MAINT FACILITI 6.51 MAINT SUPPLIES AQUATICS 4.67 MAINT SUPPLIES: TPL 3.24 MAINT SUPPLIES: TPL 3 13 1.475.11 Page 5 apChkLst Final Check List 12/28/2017 8:29:41AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank : union UNION BANK Check 8 Date Vendor (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total 186669 12/28/2017 011049 HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SVC FUNDING 5,000.00 5 000 00 AWARD 186670 12/28/2017 017334 HOUSE OF AUTOMATION INC. BAY DOOR REPAIR: STATION 73 365.00 365 00 186671 12/28/2017 014435 INLAND EROSION CONTROL EROSION CONTROL 500.00 500 00 SRVCS SUPPLIES STREET MAINT 186672 12/28/2017 006914 INNOVATIVE DOCUMENT Copier maintlrepair/usage citywide- 600 52 SOLUTIONS COPIER MAINT/REPAIR/USAGE:CITYWID 6,364.35 6,964.87 186673 12/28/2017 001407 INTER VALLEY POOL SUPPLY POOL CHEMICAL SUPPLIES VAR 514.33 514.33 INC POOLS 186674 12/28/2017 014386 INTL NAMEPLATE U S . INC police car decals Temecula police 974.15 974.15 186675 12/28/2017 020388 JOHL-OLSON. RANDI LODGING NEW LAW 8 ELECTION 412.62 412.62 SEMINAR 186676 12/28/2017 015358 KELLY PAPER COMPANY. INC. PAPER/BINDING/PCKG SUPP CENTRAL 1,022 40 1,022 40 SERV 186677 12/28/2017 001091 KEYSER MARSTON NOV CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR 4.061 25 4,061.25 ASSOCIATES INC UTSP 186678 12/28/2017 020249 LAUND3R COM LLC dry cleaning services MPSC linens 86.50 86.50 186679 12/28/2017 013718 LEE, RICHARD M ENTERTAINMENT NEW YEAR'S EVE 2.000 00 2.000 00 186680 12/28/2017 011145 LODATO, JILL CHRISTINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 3.213 00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2.142 D0 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1.096 20 6,451.20 186681 12/28/2017 004141 MAINTEX INC CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES VAR PARK 1.376 24 1.376 24 SITES 186682 12/28/2017 019823 MERCHANTS BLDG MAINT. NOV JANITORIAL SVCS: CITY 20.665 99 20.665 99 LLC FACILITIES 186683 12/28/2017 016297 MID -AMERICA ARTS ALLIANCE EXHIBIT SHIPPING BEYOND WORDS 3.800 00 3.000.00 186684 12/28/2017 013827 MIKO MOUNTAINLION, INC INSTALL TEMP FENCING PARK -N -RIDE 3.000.00 3.000.00 Page6 apChkLst 12/28/2017 8:29:41AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 7 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor 186685 12/28/2017 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY. INC 186686 12128/2017 016445 MKB PRINTING & PROMOTIONAL INC 186687 12/28/2017 004040 MORAMARCO, ANTHONY J. 186688 12/28/2017 017089 MORRIS-HOPKINS. BROOKE 186689 12/28/2017 013972 NAT'L PROCUREMENT 186690 12/28/2017 006140 NORTH JEFFERSON BUSINESS PARK 186691 12/28/2017 007409 OLD TOWN DINING. LLC 186692 12/28/2017 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE & SERVICE 186693 12/28/2017 011952 RAD HATTER. THE 186694 12/28/2017 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER DISTRICT 186695 12/28/2017 003591 RENES COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT 188696 12/28/2017 002412 RICHARDS WATSON & GERSHON 186697 12/28/2017 008818 ROTARY CLUB OF TEMECULA 186698 12/28/2017 012251 ROTH, DONALD J Description Amount Paid Check Total ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CENTER ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: OLD TOWN ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CENTER BUSINESS CARDS: CODE ENFORCEMENT TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS MEMBERSHIP DUES: M. VOLLMUTH JAN -MAR 17 ASSN DUES 8358 #20 FV JAN -MAR 17 ASSN DUES 3561 #19: FV JAN -MAR 17 ASSN DUES 1810 #16: FV REFRESHMENTS EMP RECOGNITION VEHICLE REPAIRS: PARKS & FACILITIES VEHICLE MAINT BLDG & SAFETY ENTERTAINMENT NYE GRAPE DROP EVENT NOV VAR WATER METERS:PWYMCA NOV LNDSCP WATER METER 41951 MOF NOV LNDSCP WATER METER CALLE ELE DEC VAR WATER METERS:PW VAR SITE EMERGENT APPLICATIONS: CITY LOTS NOV 2017 LEGAL SERVICES FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SVC FUNDING AWARD TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 186699 12/28/2017 008529 SHERIFF'S CIVIL DIV - WAGE GARNISHMENT PAYMENT CENTRAL 223.94 111.94 8110 43.84 131 70 140 00 595.00 90.00 649 93 625.21 514 71 4,96172 2.345.68 1.574.91 1.450.00 364.65 116.60 113.88 14,401 65 18.83850 139,904.38 5.000 00 189.00 460 B2 131 70 140.00 595.00 90.00 1.789 85 4.961 72 3,920.59 1.450.00 14,996.78 18.838.50 139,904.38 5.000 00 189.00 50.00 50.00 Page:7 apChkLst Final Check List 12/28)2017 8;29:41AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check a Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 186700 12/28/2017 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC STTLMNT JAZZ AT THE MERC 12/21/17 186701 12/28/2017 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 521.00 521.00 NOV 2-00-397.5059:33340 CAMINO 8,495 08 PIEDRA NOV 2.30-296.9522: 41000 MAIN ST 629.47 DEC 2-31-693-9784 26036 YNEZ RD TC1 377.38 NOV 2-29-974-7568:26953 YNEZ RD TC1 134.57 DEC 2-28-331-4847 32805 PAUBA RD 106.56 NOV2-30-099-3847 29721 RYECREST 23.85 186702 12/28/2017 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY NOV 055-475-6169-5 32380 162.94 DEERHOLLOW WAY NOV 015-575-0195-232211 WOLF VLY RC 110.22 186703 12/28/2017 002503 SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY FY 17/18AQMD FEE FIRE STN 84 378.28 FY 17/18AQMD FEE FIRE STN 84 186704 12/28/2017 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC DEBIT MEMO: AMOUNT DUE FOR SEP EVENTS 9,766.91 273 16 127 46 505 74 302.77 302 77 186705 12/28/2017 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE DEC HIGH SPEED INTERNET 41000 2.079 00 MAIN ST NOV HIGH SPEED INTERNET:32211 WOL 16462 2.26362 186706 12/28/2017 020073 TITUS, INC data categ sw implementation info tech 5.970 00 5.970 00 186707 12/28/2017 017565 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT INC Light tower rentals holiday light parade 1,500.00 1,500.00 186708 12/28/2017 014486 VERIZON VNRELESS NOV 11 -DEC 10 TASK FORCE 441.2B 441 2B TABLETS. POLICE 186709 12/28/2017 006246 WALKER. JESSICA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 400 40 400.40 Grand total for UNION BANK: 878,344 98 Page -8 apChkLst 12/2812017 8:29:41AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 9 92 checks in this report Grand Total All Checks: 878.344 98 Page9 Item No. 4 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, City Clerk DATE: January 23, 2018 SUBJECT: Adopt Ordinance 18-04 Adding Chapter 8.49, City Tree Care and Preservation, to Title 8, Health and Safety, of the Temecula Municipal Code (Second Reading) PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.49, CITY TREE CARE AND PRESERVATION, TO TITLE 8, HEALTH AND SAFETY, OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. With the exception of urgency ordinances, Government Code Section 36934 requires two readings of standard ordinances more than five days apart. Ordinances must be read in full at the time of introduction or passage unless a motion waiving the reading is adopted by a majority of the City Council present. Ordinance No. 18-04 was first introduced at the regularly scheduled meeting of January 9, 2018. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 18-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.49, CITY TREE CARE AND PRESERVATION, TO TITLE 8, HEALTH AND SAFETY, OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. Chapter 8.49, "City Tree Care and Preservation," is hereby added to Title 8, "Health and Safety," of the Temecula Municipal Code to read as follows: Chapter 8.49 City Tree Care and Preservation Sections: 8.49.010 Purpose 8.49.020 Definitions 8.49.030 Duties of the Public Works Director 8.49.040 Applicability 8.49.050 Protection of City Trees 8.49.060 Duties of Private Property Owners 8.49.070 Tree Care Authorization and Standards 8.49.080 Interference with Public Works Director 8.49.090 Violations and Penalties 8.49.100 Nonliability of City 8.49.010 Purpose The State Legislature has determined that urban trees provide myriad environmental and economic benefits. [Public Resources Code § 4799.07.] Trees filter air pollutants, increase atmospheric oxygen levels, stabilize soils, reduce heat convection, control erosion, decrease wind speed, reduce the negative effects of solar glare, and enhance the biological diversity of wildlife and plant communities. Trees planted near buildings significantly cut energy consumption and related costs, and increase property values and revenue generated by the businesses, visitors, and new residents they attract. The City's urban forest is thus a valuable asset that must be preserved. The purpose of this Chapter is to ensure that City trees receive appropriate care and protection. 8.49.020 Definitions As used in this Chapter, the following terms, words and phrases have the meanings as defined in this section, unless another meaning is clearly apparent from the context: Ords 18-04 1 A. "City right-of-way" shall mean any easement retained by the City on a public street for the purpose of public improvements. B. "City tree" shall mean any tree within a City right-of-way or on City property. C. "City's Tree Policy" shall mean a document prepared by the Public Works Department which states policies, standards, procedures, and other relevant information regarding the selection, planting, maintenance, and removal of all City trees. D. "Department" shall mean the Department of Public Works. E. "Director" shall mean the Director of Department of Public Works, or his or her designee. F. "Landscape design plan" shall mean a plan for landscape design in accordance with either the Community Design Element of the City's General Plan or with a Specific Plan for a residential, commercial, office, or industrial development, pursuant to Chapter 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code. G. "Plant" shall mean to fix a tree in the ground. H. "Prune" shall mean to reduce the size of a tree in order to control the height and spread of a tree, lessen the wind resistance, preserve its health and natural appearance, produce fuller branching and shaping, aid in disease prevention by allowing more light and air passage within the tree branches, or make adjustments which will increase its longevity in an urban environment. I. "Remove" shall mean to sever a tree through its trunk or to uproot a tree from its location. J. "Root prune" shall mean to trim the root structure of a tree so as to remove broken or damaged roots, or to prevent further damage to hardscape and structures caused by surface or sub -surface roots. K. "Spray" shall mean to apply pesticide to a tree. L. "Tree care" shall mean the planting, pruning, root pruning, spraying, or removal of trees. 8.49.030 Duties of the Public Works Director The Public Works Director or his or her designee shall serve as the City's Tree Advisory Board. The Director shall oversee all care and maintenance of City trees and is authorized to enforce this Chapter. Ords 18-04 2 8.49.040 Applicability This Chapter generally applies to all City trees, including those that are designated as Heritage Trees pursuant to the Heritage Tree Ordinance (Chapter 8.48 in Title 8 of the Temecula Municipal Code), except where the Heritage Tree Ordinance conflicts with or imposes stricter requirements than this Chapter, in which case the Heritage Tree Ordinance shall apply. 8.49.050 Protection of City Trees A. It is unlawful for any person to injure, cut, damage, burn, carve, transplant, prune, or root prune any City tree unless it is expressly authorized by this Chapter. B. It is unlawful for any person to attach or cause to be attached to a City tree any rope, wire, nails, tacks, staple, posters, decorations, ornaments, flags, toys, lights, swings, or any other contrivance without authorization from the City. C. It is unlawful for any person to cause or allow any poison or harmful substance to lie, leak, pour, flow, or drip upon or into the soil within the drip line of any City tree. D. It is unlawful for any person to interfere with the drip line area of a City tree in a way that may reasonably be expected to damage the root system, compact the soil over the roots, or impede free passage of air, water. or fertilizer to the roots. E. It is unlawful for any person to damage a City tree located on his or her private property by neglecting to provide the necessary amount of water to the tree. 8.49.060 Tree Care Authorization and Standards A. Except as otherwise set forth herein, no person shall perform tree care on any City tree. B. A person may hire a private contractor to prune, remove, root prune, plant, or spray a City tree located on his or her property if either the property owner or the private contractor has obtained an encroachment permit authorizing such an action from the Department. C. The owner of a non-residential property that is part of a landscape design plan may hire a private contractor to perform tree care, not including tree removal, on City trees located on the property. D. The owner of a non-residential property that is part of a landscape design plan may hire a private contractor to remove a City tree located on the property if either the property owner or the private contractor has received an encroachment permit from the Department. E. Any person performing tree care on City trees must abide by the standards and procedures established in the City's Tree Policy. Ords 18-04 3 8.49.070 Duties of Private Property Owners The duties of any owner of private property on which City trees are located are as follows: A. To accept, protect, and provide adequate water to any City tree planted on his or her property, and not to interfere with the City's provision of water; B. To notify the Department of any suspected tree hazards or maintenance needs of any City tree planted on his or her property; C. To replace any City tree removed by the property owner with another tree of an acceptable species as listed in the City's Tree Policy, unless the Department determines that there is no suitable species for planting at that location: D. To remove all fallen leaves and other deadfall from any City tree planted on his or her property, and to properly dispose of the deadfall in an appropriate waste receptacle; E. To remove all vegetation, garbage, and debris from any sidewalk, swale (improved or unimproved), or trail in the right of way easement over his or her property. 8.49.080 Interference with Public Works Director It is unlawful for any person to hinder, prevent, delay, or interfere with the Director of Public Works or any of his or her agents while engaged in carrying out the execution or enforcement of this chapter. Provided, however, that nothing in this section shall be construed as an attempt to inhibit the pursuit of any remedy, legal or equitable, in any court of competent jurisdiction for the protection of property rights by the owner of any property within the City. 8.49.090 Violations and Penalties A. Violations of this Chapter are subject to the penalties set forth in Chapters 1.20, 1.21, and 1.24 of the Temecula Municipal Code. B. In addition to any other remedy or penalty provided for in this Chapter, the City may seek restitution from any person who damages, removes, or relocates a City tree in violation of this Chapter. C. Intimidation, harassment, or other retaliation against any person who seeks to attain compliance with this Chapter is prohibited. D. Causing, permitting, aiding, abetting or concealing a violation of any provision of this Chapter is prohibited. E. Violation of this Chapter is declared to be a public nuisance. Ords 18-44 4 8.49.100 Nonliability of City Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to impose any liability for damages or a duty of care and maintenance upon the City or its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers. SECTION 2. Severance. If any section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this Chapter or any part thereof is for any reason held to be invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this Chapter or any part hereof. The City Council hereby declares that it would have passed each section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase hereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, subdivisions, paragraphs, sentences, clauses or phrases be declared invalid. SECTION 3. Certification. The City Clerk of the City of Temecula shall certify to the passage and adoption of this Chapter and shall cause the same to be published or posted in the manner required by law, PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 23rd day of January, 2018. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] Ords 18-04 5 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 18-04 was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 9th day of January, 2018, and that thereafter, said Ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 23rd day of January, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Ords 18-04 6 Item No. 5 City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick A. Thomas, Director of Public Works / City Engineer DATE: January 23, 2018 SUBJECT: Award a Construction Contract to CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc. for the Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34 Project), PW 17-27 PREPARED BY: Avlin Odviar, Senior Civil Engineer - CIP Nino Abad, Associate Civil Engineer - CIP RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Award a Construction Contract to CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc., in the amount of $43,200, for Sidewalks — Citywide (Segment 34 of Sidewalks Study of Missing Links, located on Ridge Park Drive from Ridgegate Drive to approximately 420 feet south), PW17-27; 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve change orders not to exceed the contingency amount of $1,800, which is equal to 4.2% of the contract amount; 3. Make a finding that the Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34 Project), PW 17-27, is exempt from Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) fees. BACKGROUND: The project will consist of the installation of approximately 420 linear feet of 5 and 1/2 foot wide concrete sidewalk. The project is located on the west side of Ridge Park Drive from Ridgegate to approximately 420 linear feet to the south. The project also includes the installation of four (4) pedestrian ramps and associated modifications to existing landscape and irrigation systems to accommodate the new sidewalk. This sidewalk is identified as Segment 34 of the Citywide Sidewalks Study of Missing Links, on the list of segments of missing sidewalks along developed parcels. The project is Categorically Exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The Notice of Determination was filed with the County of Riverside on January 12, 2018, in compliance with the provisions of Section 21152 of the Public Resource Code. Per section 22032 of the Public Contracting Code (PCC) and Section 3.32.010 of City of Temecula Municipal Code, public works projects of $45,000.00 or less may be performed by city employees, force account, negotiated contract or by a purchase order. Though not required, Public Works staff obtained three informal quotes from qualified contractors. Staff solicited bids from vendors registered with Planet Bids, the City's online bidding service for public works contracts, appropriately licensed (General Contractor A license and/or C-8 Concrete Specialty Contractor), and that have experience working on similar public works projects in the public right of way. The results of the informal quotes were as follows: CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc submitted the lowest cost proposal and has successfully completed similar projects for public agencies. The Engineer's estimate for the project is $45,000.00. The Contract allows for 20 working days, which is approximately 4 weeks. The Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) is an element of the Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP) to conserve open space, nature preserves and wildlife to be set aside in some areas. It is designed to protect over 150 species and conserve over 500,000 acres in Western Riverside County. The City of Temecula is a permittee to the MSHCP and as such is required to abide by the Regional Conservation Authority's (RCA) Fee Remittance and Collection Policy adopted by Resolution 07-04 on September 10, 2007. The RCA is a joint regional authority formed by the County and the Cities to provide primary policy direction for implementation of the MSHCP. Beginning July 1, 2008, the RCA will require that locally funded Capital Improvement Projects contribute applicable MSHCP fees within 90 -days of construction contract award. Fees outside the public right of way are calculated on a cost per acre of disturbed area basis, while fees for typical right of way improvements projects are five percent of construction costs, Sidewalk only projects, such as this project, are exempt from MHSCP fees. FISCAL IMPACT: The Sidewalks -Citywide Project is identified in the City's Capital Improvement Program Budget for Fiscal Year 2018-22. It is funded entirely with Measure S Funds. Adequate funds are available in the project accounts for the contract amount of $43,200.00, plus a 4.2% contingency of $1.800.00, fora total contract amount of $45.000.00. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Contract (Includes Vicinity Map and Work Area Exhibit) 2. Sidewalks — Citywide (FY2018-22 Budget Sheet) Bid Amount 1. CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc $43,200.00 2. LC Paving & Sealing, Inc $44,585.00 3. IE General Engineering, Inc $44,825.00 CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc submitted the lowest cost proposal and has successfully completed similar projects for public agencies. The Engineer's estimate for the project is $45,000.00. The Contract allows for 20 working days, which is approximately 4 weeks. The Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) is an element of the Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP) to conserve open space, nature preserves and wildlife to be set aside in some areas. It is designed to protect over 150 species and conserve over 500,000 acres in Western Riverside County. The City of Temecula is a permittee to the MSHCP and as such is required to abide by the Regional Conservation Authority's (RCA) Fee Remittance and Collection Policy adopted by Resolution 07-04 on September 10, 2007. The RCA is a joint regional authority formed by the County and the Cities to provide primary policy direction for implementation of the MSHCP. Beginning July 1, 2008, the RCA will require that locally funded Capital Improvement Projects contribute applicable MSHCP fees within 90 -days of construction contract award. Fees outside the public right of way are calculated on a cost per acre of disturbed area basis, while fees for typical right of way improvements projects are five percent of construction costs, Sidewalk only projects, such as this project, are exempt from MHSCP fees. FISCAL IMPACT: The Sidewalks -Citywide Project is identified in the City's Capital Improvement Program Budget for Fiscal Year 2018-22. It is funded entirely with Measure S Funds. Adequate funds are available in the project accounts for the contract amount of $43,200.00, plus a 4.2% contingency of $1.800.00, fora total contract amount of $45.000.00. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Contract (Includes Vicinity Map and Work Area Exhibit) 2. Sidewalks — Citywide (FY2018-22 Budget Sheet) CITY OF TEMECULA AGREEMENT FOR MINOR CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES Project No. PW 17-27 Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of January 23, 2018, by and between the City of Temecula ("City"), and CT&T, a California "S" Corporation ("Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. SCOPE OF WORK. Contractor shall construct and install all of the work described in the Scope of Work, attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit A ("Work") and shall provide and furnish all the labor, materials, necessary tools, expendable equipment, and all utility and transportation services required for the Work. All of said Work to be performed and materials to be furnished for the Work shall be in strict accordance with the specifications set forth in the Scope of Work. The Work shall be completed within the time set forth in the Scope of Work. Contractor shall not commence the Work until such time as directed in writing by the City. 2. COST OF WORK. For the Work described in Section 1. of this Agreement Contractor shall receive the sum of forty-three thousand two hundred dollars ($43,200.00) payable in accordance with the Schedule of Payments, attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit B. Any terms other than a description of the work to be performed, costs of the work, or the payment schedule contained in Exhibits A or B is null and void and not a part of this Agreement. 3. PERFORMANCE. Contractor shall at all times faithfully, competently and to the best of his or her ability, experience, and talent, performs all tasks described herein. Contractor shall employ, at a minimum, generally accepted standards and practices utilized by persons engaged in providing similar services as are required of Contractor hereunder in meeting its obligations under this Agreement. 4. CITY APPROVAL. All labor, materials, tools, equipment, and services shall be furnished and work performed and completed subject to the approval of City or its authorized representatives, and the quality of the workmanship shall be guaranteed for one year from date of acceptance. 5. AMENDMENTS. If the City Manager has entered into this Agreement on behalf of the City, the City Manager may approve an amendment to this Agreement and additional payment up to the amount of his contract authority. If this Agreement was originally approved by the City Council, then any amendments approved by the City Council, except that the City Manager may approve amendments extending the time for performance, modifying the scope of work without any change to the maximum payment or approving a change in name of the contractor. 6. WAIVER OF CLAIMS. On or before making final request for payment under Paragraph 2., above, Contractor shall submit to City, in writing, all claims for compensation under or arising out of this contract; the acceptance by Contractor of the final payment shall constitute a waiver of all claims against City under or arising out of this Contract except those previously made in writing and request for payment. Contractor shall be required to execute an affidavit, release and indemnify agreement with each claim for payment. 8. SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT WITHOUT CAUSE. 7. PREVAILING WAGES. A. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this Contractor from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations and on its website at http://www.dir.ca.gov/DLSR/DPreWageDetennination.htm. These rates are on file with the City Clerk. Copies may be obtained at cost at the City Clerk's office of Temecula. Contractor shall post a copy of such wage rates at the job site and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1773.8, 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, the sum of $50.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this contract, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of the Contract. B. Registration with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is mandatory as a condition for bidding, providing certain services, and working on a public works project as specified in Labor Code Section 1771.1(a). Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations to be qualified to bid, or provide a proposal and/or time and material quote or be listed in a bid, proposal or quote, subject to the requirements of Public Contract Code Section 4104; or engage in the performance of any contract that is subject to Labor Code Section 1720 et seq., unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. Contractor and subcontractors will be required to provide proof of registration with the DIR. For more information regarding registration with the Department of Industrial Relations, refer to http://www.dir.ca.gov/Public- Works/PublicWorIcs.html. A. The City may at any time, for any reason, with or without cause, suspend or terminate this Agreement, or any portion hereof, by serving upon the Contractor at least ten (10) days prior written notice. Upon receipt of said notice, the Contractor shall inunediately cease all work under this Agreement, unless the notice provides otherwise. If the City suspends or terminates a portion of this Agreement such suspension or termination shall not make void or invalidate the remainder of this Agreement. B. In the event this Agreement is terminated pursuant to this Section, the City shall pay to Contractor the actual value of the work performed up to the time of termination, provided that the work performed is of value to the City. Upon termination of the Agreement pursuant to this Section, the Contractor will submit an invoice to the City pursuant to Section 3. 9. DEFAULT OF CONTRACTOR. A. The Contractor's failure to comply with the provisions of this Agreement shall constitute a default. In the event that Contractor is in default for cause under the terms of -2- Project No. PW17-27 Sidewalks—Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) this Agreement, City shall have no obligation or duty to continue compensating Contractor for any work performed after the date of default and can terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to the Contractor. If such failure by the Contractor to make progress in the performance of work hereunder arises out of causes beyond the Contractor's control, and without fault or negligence of the Contractor, it shall not be considered a default. B. If the City Manager or his delegate determines that the Contractor is in default in the performance of any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement, it shall serve the Contractor with written notice of the default. The Contractor shall have (10) days after service upon it of said notice in which to cure the default by rendering a satisfactory performance. In the event that the Contractor fails to cure its default within such period of time, the City shall have the right, notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, to terminate this Agreement without further notice and without prejudice to any other remedy to which it may be entitled at law, in equity or under this Agreement. 10. INDEMNIFICATION. The Contractor agrees to defend, indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Temecula Housing Authority and their officers, officials, employees and volunteers from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, or liability of any kind or nature which the City, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Temecula Housing Authority and their officers, agents and employees may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Contractor's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions in performing or failing to perform under the terms of this Agreement, excepting only Liability arising out of the sole negligence of the City Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Temecula Housing Authority and their officers, agents and employees. 11. LIABILITY INSURANCE. Contractor shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Contractor, its agents, representatives, or employees. A. Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability coverage (occurrence form CG 0001). 2) Insurance Services Office form number CA 0001 (Ed. 1/87) covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. B. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Contractor shall maintain limits no less than: -3- Project No. PW I7-27 Sidewalks— Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) 1) General Liability: two million dollars ($2,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One million dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Employer's Liability: One million dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. C. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self-insured retentions shall not exceed $25,000 unless otherwise approved in writing by the City Manager in his sole discretion. D. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Temecula Housing Authority and their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insureds as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Contractor; products and completed operations of the Contractor; premises owned, occupied or used by the Contractor; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Contractor. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Temecula Housing Authority and their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Contractor's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Temecula Housing Authority and their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self- insured maintained by the City, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Temecula Housing Authority and their officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Contractor's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers. -4- Project No. PW17-27 Sidewalks—Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) 4) The Contractor's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this clause shall be endorsed to state that coverage shall not be suspended, voided, canceled by either party, reduced in coverage or in limits except after thirty (30) days' prior written notice by certified mail, return receipt requested, has been given to the City. E. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best's rating of no less than A -:VII, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. F. Verification of Coverage. Contractor shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Contractor's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. G. Contractor. by executing this Agreement. hereby certifies: "I am aware of the provision of Section 3700 of the Labor Code which requires every employer to be insured against liability for Workman's Compensation or undertake self-insurance in accordance with the provisions of that Code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the work of this Contract." 12. PERFORMANCE AND LABOR AND MATERIAL BONDS. Within ten (10) business days from the City Council's approve of this agreement, Contractor shall provide the City with: (1) a Performance Bond To assure faithful performance of this Agreement in regard to the work required to be constructed pursuant to this Agreement in the amount of the Contract; (2) a Labor and Materials Bond to secure payment to any contractor, subcontractor, persons renting equipment, or furnishing labor or materials for the work required to be constructed or installed pursuant to this Agreement in the additional amount of the Contract; and (3) a Warranty Bond to guarantee or warranty the work done pursuant to this Agreement for a period of one year following acceptance thereof by City against any defective work or labor done or defective materials furnished in the additional amount of ten percent (10%) of the Contract. The bonds shall be in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibits C, D and E, incorporated herein by this reference, and approved by the City Attorney. The surety shall be a surety admitted in the State of California and approved by the City. 13. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES; EXTENSION OF TIME. In accordance with Government Code Section 53069.85, Contractor agrees to forfeit and pay to City the sum of Three Hundred Dollars ($300.00) per day for each calendar day completion is delayed beyond the time allowed pursuant to Paragraph 1 of this Agreement. Such sum shall be deducted from any -5- Project No. PW17-27 Sidewalks—Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) payments due to or to become due to Contractor. Contractor will be granted an extension of time and will not be assessed liquidated damages far unforeseeable delays beyond the control of, and without the fault or negligence of, the Contractor including delays caused by City. Within ten (10) calendar days of the occurrence of such delay, Contractor shall give written notice to City. Within thirty (30) calendar days of the occurrence of the delay, Contractor shall provide written documentation sufficient to support its delay claim to City. Contractor's failure to provide such notice and documentation shall constitute Contractor's waiver, discharge, and release of such delay claims against City. 14. TIME OF THE ESSENCE. Time is of the essence in this Agreement. 15. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR. A. Contractor is and shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of Contractor shall at all times be under Contractor's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees or agents shall have control over the conduct of Contractor or any of Contractor's officers, employees or agents, except as set forth in this Agreement. Contractor shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. Contractor shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. B. No employee benefits shall be available to Contractor in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to Contractor as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to Contractor for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to Contractor for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 16. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES. The Contractor shall keep itself informed of State and Federal laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Contractor shall at all times observe and comply with all such laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Contractor to comply with this section. 17. CONTRACTOR'S INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION. No plea of ignorance of conditions that exist or that may hereafter exist or of conditions of difficulties that may be encountered in the execution of the work under this Contract, as a result of failure to make the necessary independent examinations and investigations, and no plea of reliance on initial investigations or reports prepared by City for purposes of letting this Contract out to proposal will be accepted as an excuse for any failure or omission on the part of the Contractor to fulfill in every detail all requirements of this Contract. Nor will such reasons be accepted as a basis for any claims whatsoever for extra compensation or for an extension of time. 18. CONTRACTOR'S AFFIDAVIT. After the completion of the Work contemplated by this Contract, Contractor shall file with the City Manager his affidavit stating that all workmen and persons employed, all firms supplying materials, and all subcontractors on the -6- Project No. PW I7-27 Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) Work have been paid in full, and that there are no claims outstanding against the project for either labor or materials, except certain items, if any, to be set forth in an affidavit covering disputed claims or items in connection with a Stop Notice which has been filed under the provisions of the laws of the State of California. 19. BOOKS AND RECORDS. Contractor's books, records, and plans or such part thereof as may be engaged in the performance of this Contract, shall at all reasonable times be subject to inspection and audit by any authorized representative of the City. 20. UTILITY LOCATION,. City acknowledges its responsibilities with respect to locating utility facilities pursuant to California Government Code Section 4215. 21. REGIONAL NOTIFICATION CENTERS. Contractor agrees to contact the appropriate regional notification center in accordance with Government Code Section 4215. 22. INSPECTION. The Work shall be subject to inspection and testing by City and its authorized representatives during manufacture and construction and all other times and places, including without limitation, the plans of Contractor and any of its suppliers. Contractor shall provide all reasonable facilities and assistance for the safety and convenience of inspectors. All inspections and tests shall be performed in such manner as to not unduly delay the Work. The Work shall be subject to final inspection and acceptance notwithstanding any payments or other prior inspections. Such final inspection shall be made within a reasonable time after completion of the Work. 23. DISCRIMINATION. Contractor represents that it has not, and agrees that it will not, discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, creed, religion, national origin, color, sex, age, or handicap. 24. WRITTEN NOTICE. Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice: To City: To Contractor: City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, California 92590 Attention: City Manager CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc 1054E Third St Pomona, CA 91765 25. ASSIGNMENT. The Contractor shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. -7- Project No_ PW I7-27 Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) 26. LICENSES. At all times during the term of this Agreement, Contractor shall have in full force and effect, all licenses required of it by law for the performance of the services described in this Agreement. 27. GOVERNING LAW. The City and Contractor understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal court with jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. 28. PROHIBITED INTERESTS. No officer or employee of the City of Temecula who participates in the development or approval of this Agreement or who administers it shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, the proceeds thereof, the Contractor, or Contractor's sub -contractors for this project, during his or her tenure or for one year thereafter. The Contractor hereby warrants and represents to the City that no officer or employee of the City of Temecula has any interest, whether contractual, non -contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, or in the business of the Contractor or Contractors subcontractors on this project. Contractor further agrees to notify the City in the event any such interest is discovered whether or not such interest is prohibited by law or this Agreement. 29. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 30. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT. The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of Contractor warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Contractor and has the authority to bind Contractor to the performance of its obligations hereunder. 31. CLAIM DISPUTE RESOLUTION. In the event of any dispute or controversy with the City over any matter whatsoever, the Contractor shall not cause any delay or cessation in or of work, but shall proceed with the performance of the work in dispute. The Contractor shall retain any and all rights provided that pertain to the resolution of disputes and protests between the parties. The disputed work will be categorized as an "unresolved dispute" and payment, if any, shall be as later determined by mutual agreement or a court of law. The Contractor shall keep accurate, detailed records of all disputed work, claims and other disputed matters. All claims arising out of or related to the Agreement or this Project, and the consideration and payment of such claims, are subject to the Government Claims Act (Government Code Section 810 et seq.) with regard to filing claims. All such claims are also subject to Public Contract Code Section 9204 and Public Contract Code Section 20104 et seq. (Article 1.5), where applicable. This Contract hereby incorporates those provisions as though fully set forth herein. Thus, the Contractor or any Subcontractor must file a claim in accordance with the Government Claims Act as a prerequisite to filing a construction claim in compliance with Section 9204 and Article 1.5 (if -8- Project No. PW I7-27 Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) applicable), and must then adhere to Article 1.5 and Section 9204, as applicable, pursuant to the definition of "claim" as individually defined therein. -9- Project No. PW l7-27 Sidewalks— Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto hare caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA Matt Rahn Mayor Attest: Randi Johl City Clerk Approved As to Form: Peter M. Thorson City Attorney (Two signatures of corporate officers or corporate authority resolution required for Contractor.] -10- Proect\o PWt7-27\ r.%att.a Cit}..uie4RufbtiNIL Ves4\egina.t34, EXHIBIT A SCOPE OF WORK No plans or detailed specifications are being provided. Contractor certifies that it has performed a thorough field investigation prior to executing this contract to ensure all line items include all labor, materials, and other items necessary to complete the work as further described in this contract. The City is not providing any survey data. It shall be at the Contractor's sole cost and expense to provide any survey or grade control necessary to complete the work. The scope of work generally consists of the construction of curb adjacent American's with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant sidewalk along Ridge Park Drive from Ridge Gate Drive to a point approximately 400' south of Ridge Gate where the new sidewalk will tie into the top deck of a curb inlet at that location (See Location Map and Work Exhibit). Scope of work also includes construction of four (4) ADA compliant pedestrian ramps. Two (2) will be located on the west side of the intersection of Ridgepark Drive and Ridgegate. The other two (2) ADA ramps will be located at Ridgepark Drive at the intersection the "Mountain View Business Park" driveway. Landscape and tree removal and/or relocation is also included in the scope of work along with modification and/or relocation of conflicting portions of existing irrigation system. All concrete work shall be installed to generally flow towards the curb/gutter line not to exceed 2% crossfall and other tolerances to maintain ADA compliance. Please see Exhibit "B", Schedule of Payment for a list of payment line items. For all line items the unit costs shall include all items and manpower necessary to complete the work including but not limited to, labor, manpower, tools, equipment, mobilization, traffic control, unclassified excavation, clearing & grubbing, coordination with project stakeholders, hauling, trucking, material delivery/disposal/installation, bonding, insurance, office overhead, and profit. Contractor is required to acquire an encroachment permit from the City of Temecula including Contractor provided traffic control plan. Fees for the encroachment permit shall be waived. Line items with numbers that are followed by a "*" include all work and labor necessary to remove and dispose of all existing concrete or other material and replace with new PCC. Existing concrete will be sawcut at the terminus of a complete panel or joint to the satisfaction of the Engineer. The contractor shall be responsible for ensuring any newly constructed work is ADA compliant which may require the contractor to make field modifications to standard drawings and/or plan details to address site/location specific issues and maintain ADA compliance. The area to be removed may need to extend beyond the dimensions shown in the Contract Documents to provide enough transition area so the concrete to be placed is ADA compliant. Payment will be based upon actual quantities installed. These line item also includes up to 6 -in of export and/or import. Import/export in excess of this amount shall be paid at the unit cost per/cy for additional import and/or export in the list of work/line items in Exhibit "B". Line items with a "'" also includes the cutting back of any roots. The Contractor shall provide the City with 48 hours advance notice in writing prior to any root trimming to confirm the limits with City Staff. Unit cost also includes removal, replacement, relocation, reconstruction, and/or 11 - Project No. PW17-27 Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) adjustment to grade of any public and/or private improvements during demolition and/or construction as necessary to complete the work, including but not limited to, asphalt (including cold milling), landscaping, tree removal and/or replacement, fencing, irrigation, utility meter boxes (concrete boxes with concrete lids for areas in walkways, metal lids for driveways; plastic box/lid in landscape areas, existing boxes in the proposed sidewalk area shall be relocated to the back of the proposed sidewalk or other area as approved by the Engineer), manholes, cleanouts, survey markers of any kind, posts, and signs. Existing landscaping in the location of the proposed sidewalk shall be relocated to an area behind the sidewalk as approved by the Engineer. The removal and/or relocation of utility vaults, utility cabinets, high voltage transformer boxes, traffic signal poles, and power poles are considered beyond the scope of this project, when these items are encountered concrete for sidewalk/pedestrian ramps shall be poured around the conflicting item in compliance with ADA standards for "pinch points" as approved by the Engineer. The cost for steel plates, cold mix, or other temporary (re)surfacing necessary to maintain use of the facility between the demolition and construction phases shall be considered included in the unit cost of the relevant line items and no additional compensation shall be made. Contractor shall, at its sole cost and expense, be responsible for daily cleanup and removal of any excess dirt, debris, rubbish, materials from the works locations. If specific existing improvements have specific line items for their removal, replacement, and/or relocation then the costs will be reflected in the relevant line item, in all other cases bid items with a "*" will include all items as described above. A line item is included for removal of large trees which may interfere with the installation of the sidewalk. Contractor shall investigate the condition and location of each tree and determine if they need to be removed for the installation of the sidewalk. Unit cost includes all material, equipment, and labor to properly remove the tree, backfill, and dispose to a legal location. Contractor shall examine the tree prior to beginning work on the project and agree with the Engineer which trees will be removed and which can remain in place. If only root trimming is necessary to install the sidewalk then costs for that work shall be included in the cost for PCC sidewalk and/or curb ramp installation as previously described. A line item is included for the relocation of the irrigation mainline if discovered to be underneath the proposed sidewalk area. This item includes the complete relocation of the irrigation mainline system and other items to an area behind the proposed sidewalk. Relocation means the removal and disposal of existing valves and pipe from the existing location and replacement to a location behind the sidewalk as approved by the Engineer with new pipe and materials as well as cutting and capping any irrigation lines as necessary to complete the work. If no irrigation mainline is discovered, then item shall not be paid. Valve/meter boxes and their respective components shall be placed behind the proposed sidewalk area, costs for these relocations shall be included in the unit cost for sidewalk as previously described. Contractor shall post "No Parking" signs as needed to complete the work at least 48 hours prior to commencing work. Project is exempt and does not require coverage under the general construction permit or a WDID number. However, Contractor is responsible for implementing stormwater best management practices (BMPs) during the course of construction which at minimum shall provide inlet protection at the closest downstream inlet(s) and otherwise ensure no sediments and other material -12- Project No. PW17-27 Sidewalks— Citywide (Ridge Park Wcst Segment 34) leaves the work area. All costs for material (fiber roll, sand bags, filter fabric, stock pile protection, etc) and labor shall be included in the line item for Construction BMP's. All work shall be in conformance with the following documents and standards with the listed items having a higher order of precedence than a subsequently listed item: 1. This Agreement including all attachments and exhibits 2. Improvement Standard Drawings for Public Works Construction — October 2011 Edition, City of Temecula Department of Public Works (Drawings 400 thru 402 detail sidewalk and ADA access Ramps, Contractor to field verify site conditions and make modifications as approved by the Engineer to ensure ADA compliance) 3. The "Greenbook" 2015 Edition — Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction The Contractor shall have 20 working days to complete the work. The notice to proceed date is anticipated to be on Tuesday February 20, 2018 unless otherwise changed in writing by the City. -13- Project No. PW 17-27 Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) -SI- EXHIBIT B SCHEDULE OF PAYMENT Item Item Unit Quantity Unit Cost Extended Cost 1* PCC Sidewalk — ADA Compliant, minimum 4" Thickness SF 2200 $8.00 $18,700.00 2* Curb Ramps — ADA compliant EA 4 $2,800.00 $11,200.00 3 Tree Removal and Disposal EA 4 $1,600.00 $6,400.00 4 Additional Import/Export. Only to be used at the specific direction of the Engineer CY 5 $300.00 $1,500.00 5 Construction BMPs LS 1 $400.00 $400.00 6 Relocate Irrigation Mainline LS 1 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 TOTAL = $43,200.00 -16- Project No. PWI7-27 Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 341 EXHIBIT C PERFORMANCE BOND CITY OF TEMECULA, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS BOND NO. PERFORMANCE BOND FOR SIDEWALKS — CITYWIDE (RIDGEPARK WEST SEGMENT 34) PROJECT NO. PW 17-27 KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS: THAT, WHEREAS, the City of Temecula, State of California, entered into a contract dated , 2018, hereinafter called "Contract," with: [NAME AND ADDRESS OF CONTRACTOR] hereinafter called "Principal," for the work described as follows: (PROJECT NO.PW17- 27); and WHEREAS, the said Principal is required under the terms of said Contract to furnish a bond for the faithful performance of said Contract. NOW, THEREFORE, We, the Principal, and NAME OF SURETY duly authorized to transact business under the laws of the State of California, as Surety, hereinafter called "Surety," are held and firmly bound unto the City of Temecula in the penal sum of DOLLARS and CENTS ($ ), lawful money of the United States, for the payment of which sum we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. -17- Project No. PW17-27 Sidewalks— Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that, if the Principal, its heirs, executors, administrators, successors, or assigns, shall in all things stand to, abide by, and well and truly keep and perform the covenants, conditions and agreements in the said Contract, and in any alteration thereof made as therein provided, on its part to be kept and performed, at the time and in the manner therein specified, in all respects according to their true intent and meaning, and shall indemnify and save harmless the City of Temecula, its officers and agents, as therein stipulated, then this obligation shall become null and void; otherwise it shall be and remain in full force and virtue. As a part of the obligation secured hereby and in addition to the face amount specified, costs and reasonable expenses and fees shall be included, including reasonable attorneys' fees incurred by the City of Temecula in successfully enforcing this obligation, all to be taxed as costs and included in any judgment rendered. The Surety hereby stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work to be performed thereunder, or to the specifications accompanying the same, shall in any way affect its obligations on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice of any such change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work. -18- Project No. PW I7-27 Sidewalks— Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this instrument has been duly executed by the Principal and Surety above named, on , 2018. (Seal) PRINCIPAL By: Name: Title: By: Name: Title: SURETY By: Name: Title: By: Name: Title: Attach Notarial Acknowledgement or Jurat for both the Surety and Principal Signatures APPROVED AS TO FORM: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney -19- Project No. PW 17-27 Sidewalks—Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) EXHIBIT D LABOR AND MATERIALS BOND CITY OF TEMECULA, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS BOND NO. LABOR AND MATERIALS BOND FOR SIDEWALK — CITYWIDE (RIDGE PARK WEST SEGMENT 34) PROJECT NO. PW17-27 KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS: THAT, WHEREAS, the City of Temecula has awarded to CONTRACTOR'S NAME AND ADDRESS Hereinafter called "Contractor," a contract for the work described as follows: NO.PW17-27, hereinafter called "Contract," and WHEREAS, said Contractor is required by the provisions of Sections 9550 of the Civil Code to furnish a bond in connection with said Contract, as hereinafter set forth. NOW, THEREFORE, WE, the undersigned Contractor, as Principal, and NAME AND ADDRESS OF SURETY duly authorized to transact business under the laws of the State of California, as Surety, hereinafter called "Surety," are held and firmly bound unto the City of Temecula, California, and all contractors, subcontractors, laborers, materialmen, and other persons employed in the performance of the aforesaid Contract and referred to in Division 4, Part 6, Title 3 of the Civil Code, in the penal sum of DOLLARS and CENTS (S ), lawful money of the United States, said sum being not less than one hundred (100%) of the estimated amount payable by the said City of Temecula under the terms of the Contract, for the payment of which we bind ourselves, our -20- Project No. PW17-27 Sidewalks— Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that, if said Contractor, or its heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns, or subcontractors, shall fail to pay for any materials, provisions, provender or other supplies, or teams, implements or machinery, used in., upon, for, or about the performance of the work under the Contract to be done, or for any work or labor thereon of any kind or for amounts due under the Unemployment Insurance Code with respect to such work or labor, as required by the provisions of Title 3 of Part 6 of Division 4 of the Civil Code, Public Work of Improvement, and its successor, and provided that the claimant shall have compiled with the provisions of said Civil Code, the Surety shall pay for the same in an amount not exceeding the sum specified in this bond, otherwise the above obligation shall be void. As a part of the obligation secured hereby and in addition to the face amount specified, costs and reasonable expenses and fees shall be included, including reasonable attorneys' fees incurred by the City of Temecula in successfully enforcing this obligation, all to be taxed as costs and included in any judgment rendered. This bond shall inure to the benefit of any and all persons, companies, and corporations entitled to file claims under Section 9100 of the Civil Code, so as to give a right of action to them or their assigns in any suit brought upon this bond, and shall also cover payment for any amounts required to be deducted, withheld, and paid over to the Employment Development Department from the wages of employees of the Contractor or its subcontractors pursuant to Section 13020 of the Unemployment Insurance Code. The Surety hereby stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work to be performed thereunder, or to the specifications accompanying the same, shall in any way affect its obligations on this bond. The Surety hereby waives notice of any such change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work to be performed thereunder, or to the specifications accompanying the same. -21 - Project No. PW 17-27 Sidewalks— Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this instrument has been duly executed by the Principal and Surety above named, on , 2018. (Seal) PRINCIPAL By: Name: Title: By: Name: Title: SURETY By: Name: Title: By: Name: Title: Attach Notarial Acknowledgement or Jurat for both the Surety and Principal Signatures APPROVED AS TO FORM: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney -22- Project No. PW I7-27 Sidewalks —Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) EXHIBIT E WARRANTY BOND CITY OF TEMECULA, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS BOND NO. MAINTENANCE BOND FOR SIDEWALKS — CITYWIDE (RIDGEPARK WEST SEGMENT 34) PROJECT NO. PW17-27 KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENT THAT: NAME AND ADDRESS CONTRACTOR'S a , hereinafter called Principal, and NAME AND ADDRESS OF SURETY hereinafter called SURETY, are held and firmly bound unto CITY OF TEMECULA, hereinafter called OWNER, in the penal sum of DOLLARS and CENTS ($ _ in lawful money of the United States, said sum being not less than ten (10%) of the Contract value payable by the said City of Temecula under the terms of the Contract, for the payment of which, we bind ourselves, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that: WHEREAS, the Principal entered into a certain Contract with the OWNER, dated the day of , 2018, a copy of which is hereto attached and made a part hereof for the construction of , PROJECT NO. PW - ; and WHEREAS, said Contract provides that the Principal will furnish a bond conditioned to guarantee for the period of one (1) year after approval of the final estimate on said job, by the -23- Projecl No. PW 17-27 Sidewalks - Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) OWNER, against all defects in workmanship and materials which may become apparent during said period; and WHEREAS, the said Contract has been completed, and was the final estimate approved on 2018. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH, that if within one year from the date of approval of the fmal estimate on said job pursuant to the Contract, the work done under the terms of said Contract shall disclose poor workmanship in the execution of said work, and the carrying out of the terms of said Contract, or it shall appear that defective materials were furnished thereunder, then this obligation shall remain in full force and virtue, otherwise this instrument shall be void. As a part of the obligation secured hereby and in addition to the face amount specified, costs and reasonable expenses and fees shall be included, including reasonable attorney's fees incurred by the City of Temecula in successfully enforcing this obligation, all to be taxed as costs and included in any judgment rendered. The Surety hereby stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work to be performed thereunder, or to the specifications accompanying the same, shall in any way affect its obligations on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice of any such change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work, or to the Specifications. -24- Project No. PW 17-27 Sidewalks — Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this instrument has been duly executed by the Principal and Surety above named, on , 2018. (Seal) PRINCIPAL By: Name: Title: By: Name: Title: SURETY By: Name: Title: By: Name: Title: Attach Notarial Acknowlediement or Jurat for both the Surety and Principal Signatures APPROVED AS TO FORM: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney -25- Project No. PW 17-27 Sidewalks— Citywide (Ridge Park West Segment 34) Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2018-22 SIDEWALKS - CITYWIDE Infrastructure / Other Project Project Description: This project will include the construction of sidewalks at venous locations throughout the City. Benefit / Core Value: This project will provide walking surfaces for pedestnans In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of Transportation Mobility and Connectivity and A Sustainable City. Project Status: A study to identify areas with missing sidewalks and pnontize them is being finalized Based on the study and the available resources sidewalks will be constructed in the selected areas Department: Public Works - Account No 210 165 708 Project Cost: Prior Years Actual Ex pe nditure s FYE 2017 Carryover Budget Appropriation 2017-18 Adopted Level: I 2021-22 vial 2018-19 2019-20 ,2020.21 Projected and Project Pr Projected LProjectFuture Years Cost Administration $ 97.405 $ 50.000 $ 50, $ 50,000 50, $ 50,000 $ 347,405 Construction $ 172.666 $ 170.000 $ 320. $ 320,000 320. $ 320.000 $ 1,622.666 Construction Engineenng $ 15,000, $ 60,000 $ 60, $ 60,000 60, $ 60.000 315.000 Design $ 75,031 $ 14.898 $ 70.000 70. $ 70,000 70, $ 70,000 439,929 Totals $ 172,436 $ 202.564' $ 350.000 500 $ 500,000 500, $ 500,000 .725,000 Source of Funds: Prior Years FYE2017 2017-18 Actual Carryover Adopted 2018-19 mommepommum 2019-20 ir2020.21 2021-22 Oa! Project Expenditures Budget _Appropriation Projected Projected Projected Projected Cost $ 202.564 $ 375-000 $ 2,350,000 $ 2,725.000 General Fund Measure S $ 172,436 $ 350,000 Total Funding: $ 172,436 $ 202.564 $ 350,000 $ 500,000 $ 500.001 $ 500,000 $ 500,000 $ 500 U00 $ 500.000 $ 500,000 S 500 000 Future Operation & Maintenance Costs 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 [ [ 1 1 Fiscal Years 2018-22 Capital Improvement Program 129 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT Item No. 6 ACTION MINUTES January 9, 2018 City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING The Temecula Community Services District meeting convened at 7:40 PM CALL TO ORDER: Pres.dent Jeff Comerchero ROLL CALL: DIRECTORS: Edwards, Naggar (Absent), Rahn, Stewart, Comerchero CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS CSD CONSENT CALENDAR 16 Approve the Action Minutes of December 12, 2017 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn; and electronic vote reflected approval by Edwards, Rahn, Stewart and Comerchero with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 16.1 That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes and the Joint Meeting of the City Council/Temecula Community Services District action minutes of December 12, 2017. 17 Approve Financial Statements for the 1st Quarter Ended September 30, 2017 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn; and electronic vote reflected approval by Edwards, Rahn, Stewart and Comerchero with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 17.1 That the Board of Directors receive and file the Financial Statements for the 1st Quarter Enced September 30, 2017. 18 Approve a Cooperative Agreement with Temecula Grape Stompers Square Dance Club in Support of Facility Use - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn; and electronic vote reflected approval by Edwards, Rahn, Stewart and Comerchero with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 18.1 That the Bcard of Directors approve the Cooperative Agreement with Temecula Grape Stompers Square Dance Club in support of facility use. CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS 1 CSD ADJOURNMENT At 7:43 PM, the Community Services District meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, January 23, 2018, at 5:30 PM for a Closed Session, with a regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Jeff Comerchero, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] 2 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CONSENT Item No. 7 ACTION MINUTES January 9, 2018 City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING The Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency convened at 7:43 PM. CALL TO ORDER: Chairperson Matt Rahn ROLL CALL: DIRECTORS: Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar (Absent), Stewart, Rahn SARDA CONSENT CALENDAR 19 Approve Financial Statements for the 1st Quarter Ended September 30, 2017 - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Stewart and Rahn with Naggar absent. RECOMMENDATION: 19.1 That the Board of Directors receive and file the Financial Statements for the 1st Quarter Ended September 30. 2017. SARDA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT SARDA BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS SARDA ADJOURNMENT At 7:44 PM, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, January 23, 2018, at 5:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Matt Rahn, Chair ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] Item No. 8 Revised Exhibit A to Resolution Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule Item No. 8 — Approve Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the Period of July 1, 2018 Through June 30, 2019 CROPS 18-19) RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 18-01 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING A RECOGNIZED OBLIGATION PAYMENT SCHEDULE FOR THE PERIOD OF JULY 1, 2018 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2019 PURSUANT TO HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION 34177 AND TAKING CERTAIN ACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Recitals. The Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula was a redevelopment agency in the City of Temecula, duly created pursuant to the Community Redevelopment Law, Part 1, commencing with Section 33000, of Division 24 of the California Health and Safety Code (hereafter the "Temecula Redevelopment Agency"). On June 12, 1988, the Board of Supervisors of the County of Riverside adopted Ordinance No. 658 adopting and approving the "Redevelopment Plan for Riverside County Redevelopment Project No. 1988-1." On December 1, 1989, the City of Temecula was incorporated. The boundaries of the Project Area described in the Plan are entirely within the boundaries of the City of Temecula, On April 9, 1991, the City Council of the City of Temecula adopted Ordinances Nos. 91-08, 91-11, 91-14, and 91-15 establishing the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula and transferring jurisdiction over the Plan from the County to the City. Pursuant to Ordinance Nos. 91-11 and 91-15, the City of Temecula and the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula assumed jurisdiction over the Plan as of July 1, 1991. The Plan has been amended by Ordinance Nos. 94-33, 06-11 and 07-20 adopted by the City Council. B. The City Council of the City of Temecula adopted Resolution No. 12-02 January 10, 2012, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34173 and applicable law electing for the City to serve as the Successor Agency for the Temecula Redevelopment Agency upon the dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula. The City Council of the City of Temecula, acting as the Governing Body for the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, adopted Resolution No. 12-01 on February 28, 2012 declaring the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency duly constituted pursuant to law and establishing rules and regulations for the operation of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency ("Successor Agency"). C. Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34175(b) and the California Supreme Court's decision in California Redevelopment Association, et al. v. Ana Matosantos, et al. (53 Ca1.4th 231(2011)), on February 1, 2012, all assets, properties, SARDA Resos 18-01 1 contracts, leases, books and records, buildings, and equipment of the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency transferred to the control of the Successor Agency by operation of law. D. Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177(o), the Successor Agency must prepare a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule listing the anticipated payments for enforceable obligations to be made by the Successor Agency during the fiscal period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 (ROPS 18-19) and submit ROPS 18-19 to the Oversight Board of the Successor Agency (the "Oversight Board") for approval. E. Accordingly, the Board desires to adopt this Resolution approving the ROPS 18-19. Section 2. This Resolution is adopted pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177. Section 3. The Board hereby approves ROPS 18-19 substantially in the form attached as Exhibit A to this Resolution and incorporated herein by reference (the "ROPS"). The Executive Director of the Successor Agency, in consultation with the Successor Agency's legal counsel, may modify the ROPS 18-19 as the Executive Director or the Successor Agency's legal counsel deems necessary or advisable. Section 4. The Board hereby designates the Finance Director as the official to whom the DOF may make requests for review in connection with the ROPS 18-19 and who shall provide the DOF with the telephone number and e-mail contact information for the purpose of communicating with the DOF_ Section 5. Staff is hereby authorized and directed to post a copy of the Oversight Board -approved ROPS 18-19 on the Successor Agency's Internet Website (being a page on the Internet website of the City of Temecula). Section 6. The officers and staff of the Successor Agency are hereby authorized and directed, jointly and severally, to do any and all things which they may deem necessary or advisable to effectuate this Resolution, including submitting the ROPS 18- 19 to the oversight board for approval and requesting additional review by the DOF and an opportunity to meet and confer on any disputed items, and any such actions previously taken by such officers are hereby ratified and confirmed. Section 7. The Secretary shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. SARDA Resos 18-01 2 PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency this 23rd day of January, 2018. Matt Rahn, Chair ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL) SARDA Resos 18-41 3 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) 1, Randi Johl, Secretary of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. SARDA 18-01 was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency at a meeting thereof held on the 23rd day of January, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: BOARD MEMBERS: NOES: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSENT: BOARD MEMBERS: Randi Johl, Secretary SARDA Resos 18-01 4 Successor Agency: County: Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS 18-19) - Summary Filed for the July 1. 2018 through June 30. 2019 Period Temecula Riverside 18.19A Total Current Period Requeated Funding for Enforceable Obligations (RODS Detail) (July - December) 18-19B Total (January - June) ROPS 18-19 Total A Enforceable Obligations Funded as Follows (B+C+O); B Bond Proceeds C Reserve Balance D Other Funds E Redevelopment Property Ta■ Trust Fund (RPTTF) (F+G): F RPTTF G Administrative RPTTF H Current Period Enforceable Obligations (A*E): Certification of Oversight Board Chairman: Pursuant to Section 34177 (0) ot the Health and Safety code, 1 hereby certify that the above la a true and accurate Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the above named successor agency. 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For tips on how to complete the Report of Cash Balances Form, see Cash balance Tis Sheet A B C D E F G H I C Cash Balance Information tor ROPS 16-16 Actuate Fund Sources Comments Bond Proceeds Reserve Balance Other RPTTF Bonds issued on or before 12(31/10 Bonds issued on or after 01/01/11 Pnor ROPS P1nod bel&nces and DOR RPTTF balances re1e Pnor ROPS RPTTF distntwted as reserve for future penOd(s) Rent grants interest etc. Non -Admin and Admin (07101116-08130116) 1 Beginning Available Cash Balance (Actual 07/01/16) 7.986.901 8.579.783 310.000 164.567 (168.311) 2 Rsvenuallncome (Actual 06/30116) RPTTF amounts should he to the ROPS 15-16 total drslnbuhOn from the County Auditor -Controller during June 2015 and January 2016. 321 5.402 163,504 6.805.872 3 Expendkures tor ROPS 16-16 Enforceable Obligations (Actual 06/30/18) 310.000 166.673 6 706 164 4 Retention of Available Cash Balance (Actual 08/30/16) RPTTF amount retained should only mdude the amounts 8stmwted as reserve tor future penod(sl 5 ROPS 15-16 RPTTF Balances Remaining No entry required 6 Ending Actual Available Cash Balance (08130116) C toG • (1+2-3- 4), H• (1+2-3 - 4 + 5) S 7.987,222 5 8,685,186 $ • $ - 6 111,311 $ (11,111) Nen 8 Temecula Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS 18-19) - Notes July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 NoteVCommats TAB 2017 Aiming by SARDA Reso 817-05 31,32 appealed Board on S.p .mbar 5, 2017. Approved by Oversight Board Resale 17-03 on Saptarnber 13, 2017. Approved by Depelbaad d din11t1toa, Memel Lager Wed 10/31/17. 31, Calms Reserve Salto. d $1,327,402 is /ran 2017-18 ROPS 31 (Row y Ilse gement reensining the payment, oblprad for Debt Service for the bonds which Were r*mdNIl p r M Ora Rgabalor i. 31 (Raw 31, Cabmen 0) RPTTF remelt for $1,118,173 the 10 the December 2018 Debt Service Paperd Telt represents amort needed pay an Ilia Alloadion Reftend g Borba, Sales 2017A, filer tallow the Reserve Balance amount or 51,327,402. 32 (Row 32. COMM 0) RPTTF request for 51.511,418 oepreswts the amount needed to me December 2018 Debt Service Payment the Tan MOCMOt RMrdilg pay on Bonier. Sadao 20178 31. Cabmen U) RPTTF for $1.782.875 50% the 31 (Row request represents of Principal paymen( due December 2019 (5892,500), plus Inlrest due June 2010 ($1,090,175), per Sadism 5.011 of the Indenture doled December 1, 2017. 32. Column U) RPTTF for 50% 32 (Ras request 51,035,516 represents d the Principal payment due December 2019 ($492,500), plus Interest due June 2019 (8543.010). pr *Mon 5.01.1. of the Indenture doled December 1, 2017. — Apemen. by Cllr Rem 817.54 SARDA 33 apposed and Board Rase 817-03 on Seplembr 5.2017. Approved by Oversight Baird Resod 17-05 on September 13, 2917. Approved by Department d Fiume, Approval Leer Dated 10127/17. 38 J Agreement by City Reso 917-53 SARDA Bond Reso 917.04 Sepleelber 5, 2017. Approved approved and on by Oversight Board Resat? 17-04 on September 13. 2017. Approved by Department Finance. Approval of LMler DUsd 10127117. Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AGENDA REPORT TO: Executive Director/Board of Directors FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community Development DATE: January 23, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the Period of July 1, 2018 Through June 30, 2019 (ROPS 18-19) PREPARED BY: Lynn Kelly -Lehner, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Directors adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING A RECOGNIZED OBLIGATION PAYMENT SCHEDULE FOR THE PERIOD OF JULY 1, 2018 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2019 PURSUANT TO HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION 34177 AND TAKING CERTAIN ACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH BACKGROUND: Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177 and Section 34177 (o), successor agencies are required to prepare. in advance, a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS) that is forward looking for twelve months. The ROPS lists all of the Successor Agency's anticipated payments for enforceable obligations during the covered period. The Successor Agency is required to submit this ROPS for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 20, 2019 to the State Department of Finance, the State Controller's Office, and the County Auditor Controller no later than February 1, 2018. Preparation of a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule is in furtherance of allowing the Successor Agency to pay enforceable obligations of the former Redevelopment Agency. FISCAL IMPACT: Adoption of the proposed resolution will enable the Successor Agency to fulfill its enforceable obligations. In accordance with Health and Safety Code Section 34173(e), the liability of the Successor Agency, acting pursuant to the powers granted under Part 1.85, shall be limited to the extent of, and payable solely from, the total sum of property tax revenues it receives pursuant to Part 1.85 and the value of assets transferred to it as a successor agency for a dissolved redevelopment agency. The debts, assets, liabilities, and obligations of the Successor Agency shall be solely the debts, assets, liabilities, and obligations of the Successor Agency and not of the City. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. Exhibit A — Recognized Obligations Payment Schedule for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 (BOPS 18-19) RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING A RECOGNIZED OBLIGATION PAYMENT SCHEDULE FOR THE PERIOD OF JULY 1, 2018 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2019 PURSUANT TO HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION 34177 AND TAKING CERTAIN ACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Recitals. The Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula was a redevelopment agency in the City of Temecula, duly created pursuant to the Community Redevelopment Law, Part 1, commencing with Section 33000, of Division 24 of the California Health and Safety Code (hereafter the "Temecula Redevelopment Agency"). On June 12, 1988, the Board of Supervisors of the County of Riverside adopted Ordinance No. 658 adopting and approving the "Redevelopment Plan for Riverside County Redevelopment Project No. 1988-1." On December 1, 1989, the City of Temecula was incorporated. The boundaries of the Project Area described in the Plan are entirely within the boundaries of the City of Temecula. On April 9, 1991, the City Council of the City of Temecula adopted Ordinances Nos. 91-08, 91-11, 91-14, and 91-15 establishing the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula and transferring jurisdiction over the Plan from the County to the City. Pursuant to Ordinance Nos. 91-11 and 91-15, the City of Temecula and the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula assumed jurisdiction over the Plan as of July 1, 1991. The Plan has been amended by Ordinance Nos. 94-33, 06-11 and 07-20 adopted by the City Council. B. The City Council of the City of Temecula adopted Resolution No. 12-02 January 10, 2012, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34173 and applicable law electing for the City to serve as the Successor Agency for the Temecula Redevelopment Agency upon the dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula. The City Council of the City of Temecula, acting as the Governing Body for the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, adopted Resolution No. 12-01 on February 28, 2012 declaring the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency duly constituted pursuant to law and establishing rules and regulations for the operation of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency ("Successor Agency"). C. Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34175(b) and the California Supreme Court's decision in California Redevelopment Association, et al. v. Ana Matosantos, et al. (53 Ca1.4th 231(2011)), on February 1, 2012, all assets, properties, contracts, leases, books and records, buildings, and equipment of the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency transferred to the control of the Successor Agency by operation of law. D. Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177(o), the Successor Agency must prepare a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule listing the anticipated payments for enforceable obligations to be made by the Successor Agency during the fiscal period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 (ROPS 18-19) and submit ROPS 18-19 to the Oversight Board of the Successor Agency (the "Oversight Board") for approval. E. Accordingly, the Board desires to adopt this Resolution approving the ROPS 18-19. Section 2. This Resolution is adopted pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177. Section 3. The Board hereby approves ROPS 18-19 substantially in the form attached as Exhibit A to this Resolution and incorporated herein by reference (the "ROPS"). The Executive Director of the Successor Agency, in consultation with the Successor Agency's legal counsel, may modify the ROPS 18-19 as the Executive Director or the Successor Agency's legal counsel deems necessary or advisable. Section 4. The Board hereby designates the Finance Director as the official to whom the DOF may make requests for review in connection with the ROPS 18-19 and who shall provide the DOF with the telephone number and e-mail contact information for the purpose of communicating with the DOF. Section 5. Staff is hereby authorized and directed to post a copy of the Oversight Board -approved ROPS 18-19 on the Successor Agency's Internet Website (being a page on the Internet website of the City of Temecula). Section 6. The officers and staff of the Successor Agency are hereby authorized and directed, jointly and severally. to do any and all things which they may deem necessary or advisable to effectuate this Resolution, including submitting the ROPS 18- 19 to the oversight board for approval and requesting additional review by the DOF and an opportunity to meet and confer on any disputed items, and any such actions previously taken by such officers are hereby ratified and confirmed. Section 7. The Secretary shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency this 23rd day of January, 2018. Matt Rahn, Chair ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) 1, Randi Johl, Secretary of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. SARDA 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency at a meeting thereof held on the 23rd day of January, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: BOARD MEMBERS: NOES: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSENT: BOARD MEMBERS: Randi Johl, Secretary EXHIBIT A Recognized Obligations Payment Schedule (ROPS) for the period July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 (ROPS 18-19) Successor Agency: County Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPE 18-19) - Summary Filed for the Jut,/ 1 2018 through June 30 2019 Period Temecula Rrversde 18-19A Total Current Period Requested Funding tor Enforceable Obligations (ROPS Detail) (July - December) 18-198 Total (January - June) ROPS 18-19 Total A Enforceable Obligattons Funded as Follows (B+C+D). $ 16,6118,176 $ - $ 15,685,175 B Bond Proceeds 12.893.588 12 893.588 l: Reserve Balance 2,991,587 2.991.587 U Other Funds E Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund (RPTTF) (F+G): $ 3,783,477 $ 3,877,784 8 7,681,281 RPTTF 3.858.477 3.752 784 7.411,281 Administrative RPTTF 125.000 125.000 250.000 H Current Period Enforceable Obligations (A+E). 8 19,468,662 8 3,877,7114 $ 23,348,438 Cenhcafon of Oversight Board Chairman Pursuant to Section 34177 (o) of Me Health and Sisterly code. 1 hereby ceMy that Me above is a true end accurate Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the above named successor agency. !s/ Name Tile Signature Date T.R.9C1111 R1coINt.d 030100 e•rommt Rebrl.0 IRO►, 14101 . 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Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund !RPTTF) may be listed as a source of payment on the ROPS, when payment from property tax revenues is required by an enforceable obligation For lips on how to complete the Report of Cash Balances Form, see but only to the extent no other funding source is available or Cash Balance Tips Sheet A 1 C 0 E F 0 r N 1 Cash Balance information for ROPS 16-16 Actuals (07101/16 - 06130/111 Fund Saurus' Coewnsnts Bond Proceeds Reserve Balance Other NPTTF Bonds issued on or before 12/31/10 Bonds issued on or after 01/01111 Pnor ROPS Panocl balances and DOR RPTTF balances retained Prior ROPS RPTTF ttsintiuled as reserve for hours periods) _ Rent grants interest, etc Non -Admin and _ Admen 1 Beginning Available Cash Balance (Actual 07101115) 7 908 901 8 579.783 310.000 164.587 (168.311) 2 Revenue/Income (Actual 06130/16) RPTTF amounts should tie to the ROPS 16-16 total distnbution from the County Auditor -Controller dung June 2015 and January 2016 321 5 402 163 504 6 605 872 3 Eapendltures for ROPS 15-16 Entoresable Obligations (Actual 01/30116) 4 Retention of Available Cash Balance (Actual 0630!161 RPTTF amount retained should only include the amounts distributed as reserve for future penod(s) 6 ROPS 15-16 RPTTF Balances Remaining No entry required 6 Ending Actual Available Cash Balance (01/30111) C to G• (1 • 2 - 3 - 4), N • (1 ♦ 2-3-4.51 $ 7,1/7,222 $ 1,865,165 $ - $ - $ 111,309 $ (66,503) Temecula Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule CROPS 15-19) - Notes July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 MmtS NOMalComm•nts 31.32 31 31.32 TN 2017 Raftwill,proved SARDA by Nerd Rear 017-05 on September 5.2017. 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Column U) RPTTF for 51,782,575 50% Principal Interest (Row request represents of the paymsrd due December 2019 (1892,500). plus due .Ane 2019 (51,090,175), per SecBon 5.01.1. of bee Indenture dried December 1, 2017. 31,32 32, Column U) RPTTF to 51,035.510 50% the Principal due December 2019 Interval due June 2019 (Row request represents of payment (1492.500), plus (5543,018). Swim 5.011 per of the Indenture dated December 1, 2017. 33 Apeaeeft by City Romeo 917-54 SARDA Bosh Rano 017-03 September 5, 2017. Board approved and on Approved by Orsrsa0 Resod 17-05 on September 13 2017. Approved by Depebwt of Finance. Approval Leber Dated 1W27117. 34 Agrwtwt by Caw Rano 011-53 SARDA Board Rao 017-04 September 5, 2017. Approved Oversight Remit September approved end on by Board 17-04 on 13. 2017. Approved by Deparboet of Finance, Approval Leder Dated 10/27117. CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING Item No. 9 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community Development DATE: January 23, 2018 SUBJECT: Consider the Roripaugh Ranch Project Including a General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment (Planning Application Nos. PA17-0741 and PA17-1640) PREPARED BY: Scott Cooper, Associate Planner RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council conduct a Public Hearing and approve the Roripaugh Ranch Project including a General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment (Planning Application Nos. PA17-0741 and PA17-1640) and adopt related resolutions: 1. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 3 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO. 97121030) 2. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATIONS FOR THE PARCELS OF PHASE II OF THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN TO A SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION (SPI) LAND USE (PA17-1640) 3. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN (SP 11) (PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0741) BACKGROUND: The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan was approved by City Council in November and December 2002, along with other land use entitlements and a 10 -year Development Agreement. At that time, the City certified a comprehensive Final Environmental Impact Report State, State Clearinghouse No. 97121030 ("EIR"), to comply with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") for all of the land use approvals and the development agreement for the Project. Addendum No. 1 to the Final Environmental Impact Report was approved on April 23, 2013 by the adoption of Resolution No. 13-04, Addendum No. 2 to the Final Environmental Impact Report was approved on March 22, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-02. Amendment No. 1 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on January 11. 2005 by the adoption of Resolution No. 05- 08. Amendment No. 2 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on February 28, 2006 by the adoption of Resolution No. 06-02. Amendment No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on March 8, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-17. The approved Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (RRSP) allows the development of 2,015 residential units on 804.7 acres, including 1,056 low and low medium density single-family units, and 959 medium density single family units. The RRSP also allows development of 15.4 acres (110,000 square feet) of commercial uses, a 12 -acre elementary school site. a 20 -acre middle school site, a 5.1 -acre neighborhood park, a 19.7 -acre community park with lighted athletic fields, 9.1 acres of private recreational facilities, 202.7 acres of biological habitat, 56.6 acres of flood control and landscaped slope areas. and a 2 -acre fire station. At build out, the project would have a gross density of 2.5 units per total acre and a net density of 4.88 units per residential acre. The project is required to construct a number of improvements, including regional and local roads such as Butterfield Stage Road, Murrieta Hot Springs Road, and Nicolas Road, and major sewer, water and drainage facilities. The project was presented to the Roripaugh Ranch Ad Hoc City Council Subcommittee consisting of Councilmembers Comerchero and Edwards on August 8, 2017. At this meeting the subcommittee requested additional information in regards to the potential school sites as well as expressed concern regarding the proposed architecture standards, specifically with the potential multi -family development. The applicant revised the proposed architecture to match the previously approved Specific Plan and used those architectural styles for the potential multi- family development. General Plan Amendment Planning Application PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment (GPA), is proposed to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designations for Phase II of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) land use. The SPI land use will allow the General Plan to defer to the provisions and restrictions of the Specific Plan. The need for the GPA is necessitated in the event that the Temecula Valley Unified School District elects not to build either one or both of the proposed schools in order to allow for multi -family development within those planning areas. The current Public Institutional Land Use does not allow for multi -family development. Specific Plan Amendment Planning Application PA17-0741 is a proposed Specific Plan Amendment that would not revise the public improvements required of the Phase II builders, make any revisions to the current Development Agreement approved under the previous Specific Plan Amendment, or increase the number of homes previously approved in the Specific Plan. The Specific Plan Amendment does propose changes in Land Use, the Public Sports Park, Circulation, Trails, & Bikeways, Long Valley Wash Improvements, Landscape Architecture, Stormwater Quality, and Architectural Design. Planning Commission Recommendation Staff presented the project to the Planning Commission on December 20, 2017. The Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve the project and adopt the Environmental Impact Report Addendum. There were no public speakers for the project at the hearing. No Conflicts Europa Vineyard Estates is located on approximately 290.7 acres southesterly of Butterfield Stage Road and La Serena Way in unincorporated Riverside County. It is owned by Temecula Vineyard Estates, LLC, and is adjacent to Butterfield Stage Road. Neither Mayor pro Tem Mike Naggar nor Council Member Jeff Comerchero has any direct investments or ownership interests in the Temecula Vineyard Estates, LLC. Europa Vineyard Estates had been owned by Temecula Vineyard Estates, LLC. Europa Vineyard Estates is now owned by an entity related to Temecula Vineyard Estates, LLC, Sirah Vineyard Development Corporation. Council Member Comerchero is the President of Sirah Vineyard Development Corporation. Neither Council Member Comerchero nor Mayor pro Tem Naggar has any direct investments or ownership interests in the Europa Vineyard Estates Project, Temecula Vineyard Estates, LLC or Sirah Vineyard Development Corporation. The managing member of Temecula Vineyard Estates, LLC, has been Mr. Daniel Stephenson. Council Member Comerchero and Mayor pro Tem Naggar, however, each have ownership interests and are members other limited liability companies that are developing property outside of the City of Temecula and in which Mr. Stephenson is also the managing member. The Europa Vineyard Estates Project, Temecula Vineyard Estates, LLC, and Sirah Development Corporation are, therefore, "otherwise related business entities" for Council/Board Member Comerchero and Council/Board Member Naggar within the meaning of § 18700.2 of the FPPC Regulations_ Tract Map 32594 for the Europa Vineyard Estates Project was approved by the County of Riverside in September 2006 after the City Council's approval of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan and the Development Agreement in December 2002. One of the County's conditions of approval requires the owners of Europa Vineyard Estates to improve a portion of Butterfield Stage Road along its westerly property line south of La Serena prior to the County's issuance of a certificates of occupancy for homes on 80% of the lots in the Project. The City Attorney has determined that Mayor pro Tem Naggar and Council Member Comerchero may participate in the Council's consideration of approval of the General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment for the Roripaugh Ranch Project. This action will have no material financial effect, indeed no effect at all, on Europa Vineyard Estates, or the owners of the Europa Vineyard Estates project, for the simple reason that the General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment does not change the Roripaugh Ranch Developers' obligation to construct the Phase 3 Improvements to Butterfield Stage Road from what has been required since approval of the original Development Agreement and Specific Plan in December 2002. This is consistent with the Fair Political Practices Commission Legal Staffs March 2008 opinion (A-08-015) allowing Mayor pro Tem Naggar and Council Member Comerchero's participation in a decision to acquire property located 372 feet south of Europa Villages Estates necessary for the construction of the Phase 3 Improvements. The southern border of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan is more than 3,000 feet from the northern border of Europa Vineyard Estates. Additionally, the funding for the Phase 3 Improvements for Butterfield Stage Road has been in place since the Roripaugh Ranch Community Facilities District 03-02 issued community facilities district special tax bond in April 2006. ENVIRONMENTAL: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the proposed project will not have a significant impact upon the environment based on a completed Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Addendum. As a result, the City Council will take action on a recommendation to adopt an EIR Addendum in compliance with CEQA Section 15164 FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: 1. Aerial Map 2. City Council Resolution — EIR Addendum 3. City Council Resolution — General Plan Amendment 4. City Council Resolution — Specific Plan Amendment 5. Planning Commission Resolution Recommending Adoption of the EIR Addendum 6. Planning Commission Resolution Recommending Approval of a General Plan Amendment 7. Planning Commission Resolution Recommending Approval of a Specific Plan Amendment 8. Planning Commission Staff Report of December 20, 2017 9. Specific Plan Amendment (Underline/Strikeout) can be downloaded at: https://temeculaca.qov/3621Environmental-Review-CEQA 10. Notice of Public Hearing City of Temecula PA I 7-0741 - _ ,4 16*. • r - Ori•%'• 11144ve • abr. s NORTH (1 500 1500 W F-001 th.'*p vas "ads by Ms Cly al Tanaarts Grog/mac intansaa• ps rafted Mat hask pnaisnals trat tialaide Cairly bialarra tured....1 ■• T. .M 1..aodUarldena Aciovo, at Fewised• County nos Gly a/ Irmo:mil tlastlarit a, salads a %al •mammaday tar as aka... °oh •144 las mop Das sal alsoraim mammas. on Om rap 940,1411"adas99.9of.1111.1. nu °owlets eydrn snel trarlr VMS.' WPM 04 *ono la WI Slat carat riernatha Tn. nwp not iv e.nrid ca. resado RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 3 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO. 97121030) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. In November and December 2002, the City Council of the City of Temecula approved the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, along with other land use entitlements, and a 10 -year Development Agreement for the Roripaugh Ranch Project. At that time, the City certified a comprehensive Final Environmental Impact Report State, State Clearinghouse No. 97121030 ("EIR"), to comply with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") for all of the land use approvals and the development agreement for the Project. Addendum No. 1 to the Final Environmental Impact Report was approved on April 23, 2013 by the adopotion of Resolution No. 13- 04. Addendum No. 2 to the Final Environmental Impact Report was approved on March 22, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-02. B. The Specific Plan provides standards and guideline for development. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan would update and modify those standards including an update to the development standards and facilities within the sports park, provide a greater variety of residential lot sizes. allow for age -qualified housing, add design guidelines and architectural styles for a mufti -family development option, revise the circulation and aesthetics of Loop Road, improve trails and trail connections, update the landscape architecture master plan, and revise the development of Long Valley Wash as an amenity for the community while not increasing the number of dwelling units previously approved within the Specific Plan. The General Plan Amendment revises the General Plan Land Use designations for the parcels of Phase II of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) Land Use. C. Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Final Environmental Impact Report City of Temecula, California, State Clearinghouse No. 97121030 ("Addendum No. 3") addresses potential environmental impacts that might result from the Amendments. D. The City has caused an Addendum No. 3 ("Addendum") to be prepared for the Amendments in accordance with Section 15164 of the CEQA Guidelines because the Amendments do not require the preparation of a new or supplemental environmental impact report pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15164. E. An addendum need not be circulated for public review but is attached to a final EIR in accordance with CEQA Guidelines section 15164. F. The City Council has reviewed and considered the Addendum No. 3 in conjunction with the EIR, Addendum No. 1, and Addendum No. 2. G. On December 20, 2017 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17-48 recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) be approved. H. On December 20, 2017 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and proposed General Plan Amendment at which time all persons interested in this action had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17- recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and the proposed General Plan Amendment be approved On January 23, 2018 the City Council of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) and the General Plan Amendment at which time all persons interested in the Project had the opportunity and did address the City Council. J. The City Council has reviewed the findings made in this Resolution and finds that they are based upon substantial evidence that has been presented to the City Council in the record of proceedings. The documents, staff reports, and other materials that constitute the record of proceedings on which this Resolution is based are on file and available for public examination during normal business hours in City Hall through the office of the Director of Community Development, who serves as the custodian of these records. The City Council has independently reviewed and considered the contents of Addendum No. 3 prior to deciding whether to approve the Amendments. Section 2. Further Findings. The City Council finds and determines that Addendum No. 3 is the appropriate environmental document to analyze the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan and General Plan Amendment ("Amendments") because: A. There are no substantial changes proposed by the Amendments that will require major revisions of the previous EIR due to the involvement of new significant environmental effects or a substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects; B. No substantial changes have occurred with respect to the circumstances under which the Amendments are undertaken that will require major revisions of the previous EIR due to the involvement of new significant environmental effects or a substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects; and C. There is no new information of substantial importance, which was not known and could not have been known with the exercise of reasonable diligence at the time the previous EIR was adopted, showing that: (a) the Amendments will have one or more significant effects not discussed in the EIR; (b) there are significant effects previously examined that will be substantially more severe than shown in the EIR; (c) there are mitigation measures or alternatives previously found not to be feasible would in fact be feasible and would substantially reduce one or more significant effects of the project, but the City declines to adopt the mitigation measure or alternative; or (d) mitigation measures or alternatives which are considerably different from those analyzed in the EIR would substantially reduce one or more significant effects on the environment, but the City declines to adopt the mitigation measure or alternative. Section 3. The City Council hereby adopts Addendum No. 3 which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 23rd day of January, 2018. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 23rd day of January, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Exhibit A - EIR Addendum No. 3 Exhibit A to City Council Resolution, "APPROVING ADDENDUM NO, 3 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO. 97121030)" can be found attached to Planning Commission Resolution No. 17-48 RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATIONS FOR THE PARCELS OF PHASE II OF THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN TO A SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION (SPI) LAND USE (PA17-1640) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA HEREBY FINDS, DETERMINES AND RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (Specific Plan No. 11) was approved by the City Council on November 26, 2002 by the adoption of Resolution No. 02-112. Amendment No. 1 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on January 11, 2005 by the adoption of Resolution No. 05-08. Amendment No. 2 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on February 28, 2006 by the adoption of Resolution No. 06-02. Amendment No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on March 8, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-17. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan as originally approved and as amended by Amendments Nos. 1-3 shall be referred to in this Resolution as the "Specific Plan"_ B. On May 2, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-0741, a Specific Plan Amendment. On November 17, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment. These applications (collectively "Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. C. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. D. On December 20, 2017, the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report, proposed General Plan Amendment, and proposed Specific Plan amendment at which time all persons interested in this action had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17-48 recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report. F. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearings and due consideration of the proposed Project, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17-49 recommending that the City Council adopt Planning Application No. PA17-1640, A General Plan Amendment Application to revise the General Plan Land Use designations for the parcels of Phase II of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Pian to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) land use. G. On January 23, 2018 the City Council of the City of Temecula considered the Project and Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environment Impact Report for the Project, at a duly noticed public hearing at which time all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. The Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project and the Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environmental Impact Report prior to and at the public hearing. H. Following the public hearing, the Council adopted Resolution No. 18 - certifying the Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Roripaugh Ranch Project. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Legislative Findings. The City Council in approving the Project hereby finds, determines and declares that: General Plan Amendment A. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest. The current General Plan designation for Phase 11 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan is Low Density Residential (L), Low Medium Density Residential (LM), Medium Density Residential (M), Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Public Institutional (PI), and Open Space (OS). The proposed amendment would change these land uses to Specific Plan Implementation (SPi) which allows for Low Density Residential (L), Low Estate Density Residential (L -E), Low Medium Density Residential (LM), Medium Density Residential (M1, M2), Multi Family Residential (MF) Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Schools, Private Recreation (RC), Public Parks (P), and Open Space (OS1, 0S2, 0S3) land uses as specified in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest because it allows for various types of residential housing including potential multi -family housing should the school district elect not to develop both of the school sites as well as commercial development and preservation of open space. B. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety and welfare of the community. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety, and welfare of the community. The General Plan Amendment will ensure compliance with all Building, Fire, and Development Codes. These codes set policies and standards that protect the health, safety and welfare of the community. In addition, the General Plan Amendment is tied to a Specific Plan Amendment that establishes specific land uses and building design guidelines and standards that ensure compatibility and interface with the surrounding community. Therefore, the General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety and welfare of the community. C. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with existing and surrounding uses. The proposed General Plan Amendment is compatible with surrounding land uses. The current surrounding land uses include Phase 1 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, residential land uses, and County of Riverside land designated as residential and open space. The Specific Plan Implementation land use allows the General Plan to defer to the provisions and restrictions of the Specific Plan in order to remain compatible with existing and surrounding land uses. Although the proposed land uses in the Specific Plan area are more intense than the existing agricultural and rural residential uses that the area currently supports, the lot sizes in the Specific Plan area vary from smaller lots in the interior of the Roripaugh Ranch Project to large lots around the perimeter adjacent to existing rural areas. In addition, the proposed habitat resource areas and Santa Gertrudis Creek will help contribute to the continued rural nature of the area by preserving open space between development areas. D. The General Plan Amendment will not have an adverse effect on the community and is consistent with the goals and policies of the adopted General Plan. The proposed General Plan Amendment is consistent with the direction, goals and policies of the General Plan. The General Plan Amendment will implement the goals and policies of the City's General Plan, provide balanced and diversified land uses, and impose appropriate standards and requirements with respect to land development and use in order to maintain the overall quality of life and the environment within the City. The goals and policies in the Land Use Element of the General Plan encourage "a complete and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, public and open space land uses (Goal 1)." The project's land use mix currently includes residential, commercial, public institutional, and open space. The Specific Plan Implementation land use will allow for the development of Phase 11 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to develop according to the regulations and standards of the Specific Plan. The proposed General Plan Amendment will result in compatible future development, which will meet the recommended land use and circulation pattern, maximum density and intensity of development, a desired mix of uses and other factors consistent with the goals and policies of the General Plan. Section 3. Amendment to General Plan Text. The City Council approves and amends the Land Use Element of the General Plan to revise the General Plan Land Use designations for the parcels of Phase II of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) land use and amends Figure LU -3 of the Land Use Element of the General Plan as shown on Exhibit A, "Proposed General Plan" attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. Section 4. City Manager Authorization. The City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to take all steps necessary to implement this General Plan Amendment. Section 5. Consistency with General Plan. The Land Use Element of the General Plan, as amended by this Resolution, is consistent with the other elements of the General Plan, consistent with Government Code Section 65300.5. Insofar as other portions of the General Plan need to be revised to effectuate this General Plan Amendment, the City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to make all necessary revisions to effectuate this General Plan Amendment. Section 6. Severability. If any portion, provision, section, paragraph, sentence, or word of this Resolution is rendered or declared to be invalid by any final court action in a court of competent jurisdiction, or by reason of any preemptive legislation, the remaining portions, provisions, sections, paragraphs, sentences, and words of this Resolution shall remain in full force and effect and shall be interpreted by the court so as to give effect to such remaining portions of the Resolution. Section 7. Effective Date. This Resolution shall take effect upon its adoption. Section 8. Notice of Adoption. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 23rd day of January, 2018. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 23rd day of January, 2018 by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Exhibit A — Amended General Plan Land Use Map Exhibit A to City Council Resolution, "APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATIONS FOR THE PARCELS OF PHASE II OF THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN TO A SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION (SPI) LAND USE (PA17-1640)" can be found attached to Planning Commission Resolution No. 17-49 RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN (SP 11) (PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0741) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (Specific Plan No. 11) was approved by the City Council on November 26, 2002 by the adoption of Resolution No. 02-112. Amendment No. 1 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on January 11, 2005 by the adoption of Resolution No. 05-08. Amendment No. 2 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on February 28, 2006 by the adoption of Resolution No. 06-02. Amendment No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on March 8, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-17, The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Pian as originally approved and as amended by Amendments Nos. 1-3 shall be referred to in this Resolution as the "Specific Plan". B. On May 2, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-0741, a Specific Plan Amendment. On November 17, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment. These applications (collectively "Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. C. The Specific Plan provides standards and guidelines for development. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan would update and modify those standards including an update to the development standards and facilities within the sports park, provide a greater variety of residential lot sizes, allow for age -qualified housing, add design guidelines and architectural styles for a multi -family development option, revise the circulation and aesthetics of Loop Road, improve trails and trail connections, update to the landscape architecture master plan, and revise the development of Long Valley Wash as an amenity for the community while not increasing the number of dwelling units previously approved within the Specific Plan. D. On December 20, 2017 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report, proposed General Plan amendment, and proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17-48 recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report be approved. The Planning Commission also adopted Resolution No. 17-50 recommending that the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) be approved. F. On January 23, 2018 the City Council of the City of Temecula considered the Project and Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environment Impact Report for the Project, at a duly noticed public hearing at which time all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. The Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project and the Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environmental Impact Report prior to and at the public hearing. G. Following the public hearing, the Council adopted Resolution No. 18 - certifying the Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Roripaugh Ranch Project. H. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The City Council, in approving Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Specific Plan (SP 11) hereby finds, determines and declares that: A. The proposed specific plan amendment is consistent with the general plan and development code. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan discusses, at length, the consistency between the Specific Plan and the General Plan. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan does not make any material changes to the Specific Plan that would impact the consistency findings set forth in the Specific Plan. The findings of consistency contained in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan are applicable and are incorporated herein by this reference. The General Plan's Land Use Element Goal 1 is to have a complete and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, public and open space land uses. Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) will provide a spectrum of residential product styles and designs as designated by the General Plan Specific Plan Overlay. The Roripaugh Project creates unified, cohesive neighborhoods, and a neighborhood -level commercial center. in addition to these land uses, the Roripaugh Project provides neighborhood amenities, as well as open space, schools and recreational facilities. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan is also consistent with the City's development code because the City will require that all new construction comply with the City's design and building standards. B. The proposed specific plan amendment would not be detrimental to the public interest, health, safety, convenience or welfare of the city. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan would not be detrimental to the public interest, health, safety, convenience or welfare of the City because the Specific Plan clearly defines land uses, and establishes development standards, regulations and building criteria for each land use type. These regulations, which include land use intensities, setback requirements, lighting and landscaping standards, and signage regulations, contribute toward the protection of proposed residential neighborhoods in the area as well as some reduction of possible negative impacts to adjacent properties. C. The subject property is physically suitable for the requested land use designations and the anticipated land use developments. The subject property area has already been rough graded and erosion control/water quality management improvements were installed on site except in the habitat conservation area to be preserved along the Santa Gertrudis Creek. D. The proposed specific plan amendment shall ensure development of desirable character which will be compatible with existing and proposed development in the surrounding neighborhood. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan shall ensure development of desirable character which will be compatible with existing and proposed development in the surrounding neighborhood. Although the proposed land uses in the Specific Plan area are more intense than the existing agricultural and rural residential uses that the area currently supports, the lot sizes in the Specific Plan area vary from smaller lots in the interior of the Roripaugh Ranch Project to large lots around the perimeter adjacent to existing rural areas. In addition, the proposed habitat resource areas and Santa Gertrudis Creek will help contribute to the continued rural nature of the area by preserving open space between development areas. Section 3. Approval of Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11). The City Council of the City of Temecula hereby approves that certain Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit "A". PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 23rd day of January, 2018. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 23rd day of January, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Exhibit A — Specific Plan Amendment Exhibit A to City Council Resolution, "APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN (SP 11) (PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0741)" can be found attached to Planning Commission Resolution No, 17-50 PC RESOLUTION NO. 17-48 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 3 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO. 97121030)" Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The City Council of the City of Temecula certified the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Final Environmental Impact Report ("FEIR") on December 17, 2002. B. On May 2, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-0741, a Specific Plan Amendment. On November 17, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment. These applications (collectively "Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code C. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. D. The Planning Commission, at a regular meeting, considered Planning Applications PA17-0741, Specific Plan Amendment, and PA17-1640, General Plan Amendment, and the associated Environmental Impact Report Addendum No. 3 on December 20, 2017, at a duly noticed public hearing as prescribed by law, at which time the City staff and interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. E. At the conclusion of the Planning Commission hearing and after due consideration of the testimony, the Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve Planning Application PA17-0741, Specific Plan Amendment and PA17- 1640, General Plan Amendment, subject to and based upon the findings set forth hereunder. F. All legal preconditions to the adoption of the Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The Planning Commission, in recommending that the City Council approve the Applications hereby finds, determines and declares that: A. The City has reviewed the potential impacts of the Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) and the various potential benefits to the City of the Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) and has concluded that Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) is in the best interests of the City. B. Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) is consistent with the City's General Pian including the goals and objectives thereof and each element thereof. C. The General Plan Amendment is consistent with the General Plan for the City of Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State law and other Ordinances of the City. The City has reviewed the potential impacts of the General Plan Amendment and the various potential benefits to the City of the General Plan Amendment and has concluded that the General Plan Amendment is in the best interests of the City. D. The General Plan Amendment is consistent with the City's General Plan including the goals and objectives thereof and each element thereof. Section 3. Environmental Findings. The Planning Commission hereby makes the following environmental findings and determinations in connection with the approval of the General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment Applications: A. There are no substantial changes proposed by the Amendments that will require major revisions of the previous EIR due to the involvement of new significant environmental effects or a substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects; B. No substantial changes have occurred with respect to the circumstances under which the Amendments are undertaken that will require major revisions of the previous EIR due to the involvement of new significant environmental effects or a substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects; and C. There is no new information of substantial importance, which was not known and could not have been known with the exercise of reasonable diligence at the time the previous EIR was adopted, showing that: (a) the Amendments will have one or more significant effects not discussed in the EIR; (b) there are significant effects previously examined that will be substantially more severe than shown in the EIR; (c) there are mitigation measures or alternatives previously found not to be feasible would in fact be feasible and would substantially reduce one or more significant effects of the project, but the City declines to adopt the mitigation measure or alternative; or (d) mitigation measures or alternatives which are considerably different from those analyzed in the EIR would substantially reduce one or more significant effects on the environment, but the City declines to adopt the mitigation measure or alternative. Section 4. Recommendation. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula hereby recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution approving Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH no. 97121030) for Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 and a General Plan Amendment per Exhibit "A" attached hereto. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 20th day of December, 2017. ATTEST: tike Watson, Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) VJohn Telesio, Chairman I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 17-48 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 20"' day of December, 2017, by the following vote: AYES: 5 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Guerriero, Telesio, Turley-Trejo, Watts, Youmans NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: ABSENT: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: ABSTAIN: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None None None Luke atsoSecretary EXHIBIT A CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 3 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO. 97121030) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. In November and December 2002, the City Council of the City of Temecula approved the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, along with other land use entitlements, and a 10 -year Development Agreement for the Roripaugh Ranch Project. At that time, the City certified a comprehensive Final Environmental Impact Report State, State Clearinghouse No. 97121030 ("EIR"), to comply with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") for all of the land use approvals and the development agreement for the Project. Addendum No. 1 to the Final Envrionmental Impact Report was approved on April 23, 2013 by the adopotion of Resolution No. 13-04. Addendum No. 2 to the Final Environmental Impact Report was approved on March 22, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-02. B. The Specific Plan provides standards and guideline for development. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan would update and modify those standards including an update to the development standards and facilities within the sports park, provide a greater variety of residential lot sizes, allow for age -qualified housing, add design guidelines and architectural styles for a multi -family development option, revise the circulation and aesthetics of Loop Road, improve trails and trail connections, update the landscape architecture master plan, and revise the development of Long Valley Wash as an amenity for the community while not increasing the number of dwelling units previously approved within the Specific Plan. The General Plan Amendment revises the General Plan Land Use designations for the parcels of Phase II of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) Land Use. C. Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Final Environmental Impact Report City of Temecula, California, State Clearinghouse No. 97121030 ("Addendum No. 3") addresses potential environmental impacts that might result from the Amendments. D. The City has caused an Addendum No. 3 ("Addendum") to be prepared for the Amendments in accordance with Section 15164 of the CEQA Guidelines because the Amendments do not require the preparation of a new or supplemental environmental impact report pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15164. E. An addendum need not be circulated for public review but is attached to a final EIR in accordance with CEQA Guidelines section 15164. F. The City Council has reviewed and considered the Addendum No. 3 in conjunction with the EIR, Addendum No. 1, and Addendum No. 2. G. On December 20, 2017 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17-_ recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) be approved. H. On December 20, 2017 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and proposed General Plan Amendment at which time all persons interested in this action had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17- recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and the proposed General Plan Amendment be approved On , 2018 the City Council of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report and the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) and the General Plan Amendment at which time all persons interested in the Project had the opportunity and did address the City Council. J. The City Council has reviewed the findings made in this Resolution and finds that they are based upon substantial evidence that has been presented to the City Council in the record of proceedings. The documents, staff reports, and other materials that constitute the record of proceedings on which this Resolution is based are on file and available for public examination during normal business hours in City Hall through the office of the Director of Community Development, who serves as the custodian of these records. The City Council has independently reviewed and considered the contents of Addendum No. 3 prior to deciding whether to approve the Amendments. Section 2. Further Findings. The City Council finds and determines that Addendum No. 3 is the appropriate environmental document to analyze the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan and General Plan Amendment ("Amendments") because: A. There are no substantial changes proposed by the Amendments that will require major revisions of the previous EIR due to the involvement of new significant environmental effects or a substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects; B. No substantial changes have occurred with respect to the circumstances under which the Amendments are undertaken that will require major revisions of the previous EIR due to the involvement of new significant environmental effects or a substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects; and C. There is no new information of substantial importance, which was not known and could not have been known with the exercise of reasonable diligence at the time the previous EIR was adopted, showing that: (a) the Amendments will have one or more significant effects not discussed in the EIR; (b) there are significant effects previously examined that will be substantially more severe than shown in the EIR; (c) there are mitigation measures or alternatives previously found not to be feasible would in fact be feasible and would substantially reduce one or more significant effects of the project, but the City declines to adopt the mitigation measure or alternative; or (d) mitigation measures or alternatives which are considerably different from those analyzed in the EIR would substantially reduce one or more significant effects on the environment, but the City declines to adopt the mitigation measure or alternative. Section 3. The City Council hereby adopts Addendum No. 3 which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this day of , 2018_ , Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. - was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the day of , 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk EXHIBIT A EIR ADDENDUM APPENDICES CAN BE FOUND AT: HTTPS:/fTEMECU LACA.GOV/CEQA ADDENDUM NO. 3 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA (SCH# 97121030) Prepared for: Scott Cooper City of Temecula Planning Department 41000 Main Street Temecula, California 92590 scott,cooper(temeculaca.aov Prepared by: Kent Norton, AICP LSA Associates, Inc. 1500 Iowa Avenue, Suite 200 Riverside, California 92507 LSA November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Pfan EiR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page i TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 A. INTRODUCTION 1 B. ADDENDUM DOCUMENTATION 2 C. PROJECT BACKGROUND 2 D. APPROVED PROJECT 5 E. PREVIOUS OR RELATED ACTIVITY 5 F. ADDENDUM NO. 1 6 G. ADDENDUM NO. 2 6 H. PROPOSED ADDENDUM NO. 3 6 I. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 12 J. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 22 K. REFERENCES AND SOURCES 23 APPENDICES A. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN B. RORIPAUGH RANCH DRAFT EIR C. RORIPAUGH RANCH FINAL EIR AND MMRP D. RORIPAUGH RANCH EIR ADDENDUM NO. 2 E RORIPAUGH RANCH EIR ADDENDUM NO. 1 F. WINE COUNTRY EIR AND ORIGINAL RORIPAUGH EIR TRAFFIC STUDY EXCERPTS G. ARBOR VISTA TRAFFIC STUDY H. CITY OF TEMECULA SUSTAINABILITY PLAN November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In late 2002. the City of Temecula approved a 10 -year Development Agreement as part of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. At that time, the City certified a comprehensive Environmental Impact Report to comply with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act. In April 2013, the City prepared Addendum No. 1 to that EIR for a 15 -year extension to the Development Agreement from 2013 to 2028. That action did not create or result in any new or different environmental impacts identified in the EIR, and was needed to continue implementation of the Specific Plan, Community Facilities District, and planned Improvements for the Roripaugh project, and Addendum No. 1 was approved on April 23, 2013 (Resolution No. 13-04). The site was already rough graded and a number of permanent improvements were already installed, including roads, retaining walls, and a recreation center in the Panhandle area. Extension of the Development Agreement allowed for completion of necessary infrastructure improvements associated with the Roripaugh project. In March 2016, the City prepared Addendum No. 2 which modified the schedule and building permit "trigger points" for various public improvements related mainly to development in the "pan" portion of the Roripaugh project. The developer then requested modifications to the infrastructure implementation schedule to be able to install them in a more cost effective and efficient manner based on current market conditions. Addendum No. 2 addressed potential environmental impacts that would result from these requested infrastructure timing changes and was approved on March 22, 2016 (Resolution No. 16-02). The proposed EIR Addendum No. 3 analyzes a variety of proposed minor changes to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan land plan (i.e., Specific Plan Amendment No. 4) mainly in the form of creating smaller Tots adjacent to the Loop Road In the southern portion of the site (i.e., valley neighborhoods comprising Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Planning Areas 13-33). Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 also allows for the development of multi- and single-family housing if the Temecula Valley Unified School District decides not to build the planned middle school or elementary school (Planning Areas 28 or 29). A General Plan Amendment to amend the existing General Plan Land Use designations for Phase 2 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) land use. This will allow the Specific Plan to defer to the provisions and restrictions of the Specific Plan. It is important to note that the overall number of units in the valley portion of the project (1,506) as well as the total number of units in the Roripaugh project (2,105) will not change, thus no new environmental impacts from the project are anticipated. The following analysis concludes that the proposed land use changes embodied in Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 would not increase the severity or extent of any of the identified impacts, would not create any new impacts, nor would it require any new or modified mitigation measures identified in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR. With Implementation of current development regulations and mitigation measures in the EIR, no revisions to the EIR are necessary and approval of this Addendum will fully comply with the CEQA requirements for this proposed action. A. INTRODUCTION The Environmental Impact Report ("EIR"), State Clearinghouse No. 97121030, for the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan ('RRSP") was certified by the City of Temecula ("City") on December 17, 2002 to comply with the requirements of the Califomia Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"). As part of that action, the City, as the Lead Agency under CEQA, approved a Development Agreement ("DA") that stipulated impact fee limits in exchange for the private construction of various public improvements (e.g., fire station, regional roadways, etc.). The first amendment to the RRSP occurred in March 2003 and the DA was authorized for a 10 -year period which was set to expire in November 2013. Prior to its expiration, the City Council approved a 15 -year extension to assure that the identified improvements were constructed in an efficient and equitable fashion by local developers as development occurred after 2013. That DA November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 2 extension was addressed in EIR Addendum No. 1, while EIR Addendum No. 2 in 2016 addressed slight modifications to the implementation schedule of various infrastructure improvements. B. ADDENDUM DOCUMENTATION When s lead agency has already prepared an EIR, CEQA mandates that 'no subsequent or supplemental environmental impact report shall be required by the lead agency or any responsible agency, unless one or more of the following occurs: (a) substantial changes are proposed in the project which will require major revisions of the environmental impact report; (b) substantial changes occur with respect to the circumstances which the project is being undertaken which will require major revisions to the environmental impact report; or (c) new information, which was not known or could not have been known at the time the environmental Impact report was certified as complete, becomes available_' (Cal. Pub. Res. Code Section 21166). State CEQA Guidelines Section 15162 clarifies that a subsequent EIR or supplemental EIR is only required when 'substantial changes' occur to a project or the circumstances surrounding a project, or new information' about a project implicates "new significant environmental effects' or a "substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects' (State CEQA Guidelines Section 15162). When only minor technical changes or additions to a previous EIR are necessary and none of the conditions described in Public Resources Code Section 21166 calling for preparation of a subsequent or supplemental EIR have occurred, CEQA allows the lead agency to prepare and adopt an addendum to the previously approved EIR [State CEQA Guidelines Section 15164(b)J. In this case. the City of Temecula, as the Lead Agency, has decided to prepare an Addendum to the RRSP EIR for minor land use modifications to the valley portion of the land use plan because this action will not create or result in any new or different environmental impacts identified in the RRSP EIR. C. PROJECT BACKGROUND The Roripaugh Ranch project is located in the eastem portion of the City of Temecula, just west of the Temecula Wine Country area, off of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Butterfield Stage Road, as shown in the attached exhibit from the RRSP EIR (see Figure ES -3 below). For reference. the long narrow portion of the project just south of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and west of Butterfield Stage Road is referred to as the 'panhandle while the 'valley' portion covers the southeastem portion of the site. This property had been fanned for many years by the Roripaugh family, and planning for development on approximately 800 acres of this property began around 1995. In 1997, a Notice of Preparation (NOP) was prepared for the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, but it was almost six years later (late 2002) before final approval was given for the Specific Plan and certification of the EIR. Subsequent to approval of the Specific Plan and EIR. the site was rough graded and temporary erosion control/water quality improvements installed, but no development has occurred on the site due to the economic downturn that started in 2007. 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Nara • A 15' 4444 rnurr.uh M,V 'f 1ocal*e n P14-rw4, Nem 15 20 arm 21 .41,scen0 In 1-r. p4•1101r C4.4re41, ' PWl+rp Ana. 10 2f, 7 SIA ane 33/1 5,4 Nr! ' arls PIl..r1urn M'.a aQla[fa b Ile 0'040r17 a>,near. nrd t.7 Am Ir...., rot I1eo[a01 t0 tr. 1 Nero Ola Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 5 The RRSP was officially approved on March 25, 2003 but has been amended several times with the latest amended version approved on March 8, 2016. The DA was first approved on October 21, 2003 and subsequently amended an February 14, 2006, April 23, 2013, and most recently on March 22, 2016. In addition, there have been a number of 'operating memoranda' for implementation of the DA by several specific builders, the last one being approved on August 12, 2014 (74)' Operating Memorandum). Several administrative Specific Plan Amendments were also approved since the Specific Pian was originally adopted, and the CEQA documents prepared for these amendments were 'conformity' findings tiered off the original EIR approval, as outlined in CEQA Guidelines Section 15182, Residential Projects Pursuant to a Specific Plan. The original land plan for the RRSP is shown in SPA Figure 2-1 below. The City first circulated a Draft EIR for public review on this project on June 1, 1999. After various project changes and a series of public comments, a Revised Draft EIR was circulated on June 8, 2001 and a 2nd Revised Draft EIR was circulated on April 1, 2002. The Final EIR for the project was certified by Resolution 02-111 in late December 2002 and the Notice of Determination for the EIR was filed on December 17, 2002. D. APPROVED PROJECT The approved RRSP allows the development of 2,015 residential units on 804.7 acres, including 1,056 low and low medium density single family units, and 959 medium density single family units. The RRSP also allows development of 15.4 acres (110,000 square feet) of commercial uses, a 22 -acre elementary school site, a 20 -acre middle school site, a 5.1 -acre neighborhood park, a 19.7 -acre community park with lighted athletic fields, 9.1 acres of private recreational facilities, 202.7 acres of biological habitat (mainly In the Santa Gertrudis Creek area), 56.6 acres of flood control and landscaped slopes, and a 2 -acre fire station. At buildout, the project would have a gross density of 2.5 units per total acre and a net density of 4.88 units per residential acre. The project proposed to construct a number of improvements, including regional and local roads such as Butterfield Stage Road, Murrieta Hot Springs Road, and Nicolas Road, and several major utility Tines. The approved land use plan for the RRSP is shown in EIR Figure 2-1 (attached). A complete copy of the RRSP is included in Appendix A of this document, the 2nd Revised Draft EIR is included In Appendix B, and the Final EIR, including the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan (MMRP), is included in Appendix C of this document. The most recent circulated Draft ElR is dated April 1, 2002 and the Final EIR Is dated September 26, 2002, although the Final EIR was certified in late December 2002 and the Notice of Determination for the EIR was filed on December 17, 2002. The March 2016 Addendum No. 2 to the EIR is attached as Appendix D, and the April 2013 Addendum No. 1 to the EIR is attached as Appendix E. E. PREVIOUS OR RELATED ACTIVITY The Specific Plan was first approved by the City Council on November 26, 2002. Land use and other changes to the Specific Plan were approved on January 11, 2005, as Amendment No. 1. On February 14, 2006, Amendment No. 2 was approved which changed the planned land use for Planning Area 33B from low density residential to a park and ride and trail head facility. Amendment No. 3 to the Specific Plan was approved on March 8, 2016, which incorporated changes made to the Development Agreement and modified the schedule and building permit thresholds for public improvements associated within Phase 2 of the Project. At the time the project was approved, approximately 201 acres of the site, most of it along Santa Gertrudis Creek, was set aside under the Assessment District 161 Sub -Regional Habitat Conservation Plan which was later absorbed into a Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) Conservation Area for the same purpose. November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 6 Subsequent to approval of the RRSP and EIR, the site was rough graded and erosion control/water quality management improvements were installed on the site except in the habitat conservation area to be preserved along Santa Gertrudis Creek. In addition, roads and a private recreation center were built in the "panhandle portion of the site just south of Murrieta Hot Springs Road. In 2007, development activity began to slow throughout the nation and California, including Temecula and western Riverside County. Development under the RRSP has not proceeded to any appreciable degree to this point, other than development of some roads and a recreation center in the panhandle portion of the site, and the fire station in the valley portion of the site. As of March 2014, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved the Temecula Valley Wine Country Community Plan for the unincorporated land east of the Roripaugh Ranch property. Its EIR (SCH# 2009121076 circulated December 5, 2011) included a cumulative traffic study that took into account more current data on other cumulative development In the eastern Temecula area (Including delayed development of the Roripaugh Ranch project). The Development Agreement was amended on April 23, 2013 by Ordinance No. 13-04 to extend its term for 15 years. The DA extension was needed to assist the project developers to continue installing the various Improvements outlined in the DA, including grading, parks, trails, recreation buildings, walls, infrastructure. etc. (see below). F. ADDENDUM NO. 1 The City and the developers involved in various portions of the Roripaugh Ranch project (e.g., Van Daele, Standard Pacific, KB Homes) had mutually agreed to extend the DA for the project for another 15 years to assure completion of the various improvements specified in the DA, in exchange for impact fee amounts to remain as indicated in the approved DA. The DA was scheduled to expire in November 2013, and the amended DA would run from November 2013 through November 2028. No physical aspects of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan project were proposed to change as a result of that action. Addendum No. 1 determined the proposed changes would not increase or change the extent of any environmental impacts or mitigation measures identified in the RRSP EIR. New development under the RRSP would still have to comply with all existing laws and regulatory programs in place at the time development occurs, other than certain specific fee items exempted by the DA, such as the Multi -Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) for Western Riverside County. Addendum No. 1 (Appendix E) was approved on April 23, 2013 (Resolution No. 13-04), was not challenged, and is now final, G. ADDENDUM NO. 2 The EIR Addendum No. 2 slightly modified the implementation schedule of various required infrastructure improvements to better match the expected phasing of development based on current market conditions (Appendix D). Addendum No. 2 was approved on March 8, 2016 (Resolution No. 16), was not challenged, and Is now final. H. PROPOSED ADDENDUM NO. 3 The EIR Addendum No. 3 addresses the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 (SPA #4). Roripaugh Ranch Restoration, LLC and Wingsweep Corporation, collectively, are proposing revisions to the approved Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, SPA #4 proposes revisions to what is referred to as Phase 2 of the Project, which includes all of the Valley Neighborhood Planning Areas (13-33B) and Planning Areas 10, 11, and 12 of the Plateau Neighborhood. Note that the full text of the proposed RRSP Amendment No. 4 is included in Appendix A. The revised land plan and conceptual lotting plan proposed In SPA #4 and addressed in EIR Addendum No. 3 are shown in the two figures below. The changes proposed by SPA #4 are detailed below. By these changes, the applicants desire to: November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan E)R Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 7 • Provide a greater variety and better mix of residential lot sizes. • Allow for a mix of family -focused residential and age -qualified units. • Improve and emphasize trails and connections throughout the community and beyond. • Make Long Valley Wash a central open space amenity for the community. • Update and improve the sports park development standards. • Improve the circulation and visual appeal of the Loop Road. • Make sure the landscaping, recreation centers, open space, streets and homes all work together to produce a quality, modem, master -planned community. Land Use Changes The proposed changes would decrease the number of very small residential Tots, generally increase the lot sizes throughout the Plan, and are intended to provide a greater variety and mix of lot sizes. Planning Area boundaries have been slightly re -configured and re -numbered to accommodate these changes. These improvements to the Plan would be accomplished without significantly changing the nature of the boundary conditions. Large Tots of one-half acre minimum would be maintained along the east perimeter, and large lots of 20,000 square feet would be maintained along the south perimeter. In both cases, the current lot depths for the perimeter lots would be maintained so the future homes would be built no closer to the adjacent, off-site properties than previously approved. In addition, the General Pian Amendment includes amending the existing General Plan Land Use designations for Phase 2 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) land use. The SPI land use will allow the Specific Plan to defer to the provisions and restrictions of the Specific Plan. A summary of the proposed number of units, lot size and densities, compared to the existing Specific Pian, is provided in Table A. Other notable changes in land use proposed by SPA #4 include: • Allows age -qualified dwelling units in one or more of the planning areas. A minimum age 55 would be required to reside in these units, controlled by deed restriction. • Provides a second private recreation center located in a new Planning Area, 238, in addition to the currently approved private recreation center on Planning Area 30, • Allows for the development of multi -family or single-family units on either or both of the Middle School and Elementary School sites, Planning Areas 28 and 29, should the Temecula Valley Unified School District determine not to construct one or both of the schools. The zoning code for these planning areas would be changed to MF, allowing a maximum density of 20 DUs per acre, consistent with the Medium Density Land Use Designation provided the following: 1) The school district has indicated in writing that they are no longer interested in using Planning areas 28 or 29 as school sites; 2) The total number of residential units for the entire Specific Plan Project does not exceed 2,015. 3) Following approval of the Tentative Map, the project Developer has notified the School District and the Director of Community Development In writing of the Planning Areas and number of units the project Developer elects to develop for Age Qualified/Restricted residential use. 4) Upon a written determination by the School District submitted to the Director of Community Development as to the disposition or future use of either planning area, the District and Project Developer may enter into a mitigation agreement for the School, establishing the Project Developer Fee and other obligations. November 21, 2017 Rorrpaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No 3 City of Temecula Page 8 Table A: Proposed Land Use Changes (Valley Portion) PA Land Use (Zoning Code) Acres Density JDUTAC) Minimum Lot Size (square foot) Units Existing SPA 64 Existing SPA*4 Existing SPA84 Existing SPA #4 10 Residential -Low Density Estates 8.1 NC 1.7 NC 10,000 NC 14 NC k 12 Residential -Median 2 16.4 16.0 8.3 NC 3,000 NC 138 NC 14 Residential -Medium 2 13.5 14.4 11.4 6.3 3.000 3.600 154 90 15 Residential -Medium 2 14.1 9.3 11.3 5.0 3.000 4,000 159 47 16A Residential -Law Medium 26.4 16.8 5.1 4.0 5.000 5.500 145 87 188 Residential-Low28.4 Medium 18.8 5.1 4.0 5,000 5.500 145 87 17A Residential -Low Medium 402 34.0 4.3 3.8 8,000 NC 172 122 178 Residential -Low Medium Included in 17A 7.9 Included in 17A 7.4 8,000 5,000 Included In 17A 37 18A Residential -Low Medium 28.4 28.9 4.0 2.9 6.000 7,000 113 78 188 Residential -Low Medium Included In 1844 6.3 included in 18A 4 4 6,000 5,000 Included in 18A 28 18C Residential -Low Medium Included In 18A 10.5 Included In 18A 3.8 6,000 5,400 Included M 18A 40 19 Residential -Low Medium 31.2 15.8 10 1.1 20,000' 0.5 -acre 30 17 20A Residential -Low Medium 30.3 12.2 10 2.4 20,000 5,400 30 29 208 Residential -Low Included in 19A 17.8 Included in 19A 1.4 20,000 20,000T Included in 20A 25 21 Residential -Low 23.9 14.8 6.1 1.3 20,000 20,000' 22 19 22 Residential -Medium 1 20.3 19 9 8 1 4.4 3,000 4,500 164 88 23A Residential -Medium 1 10.9 11.8 6.1 3.8 4,000 4,950 87 44 238 Pwk-Recr. Center (private) Included in 23A 2.5 NA NA NA NA NA NA 24 Residential -Low Medium 10.6 20.4 5 2 3.6 4,000 5,400 55 74 28,29 Middle Schoolz Elementary School' 32 20.4 12.2 PI - Low MecN um Residential Residential - MF (20.0) NA NA NA Up to 334 31A Residential -Medium 2 24.6 12.2 9.1 7 2 3,000 3,600 224 88 318 Residential -Medium 1 Included In 19A 14.2 Included In 19A 4.7 3,000 4,000 Included In 31A 67 33A Residentie4Low 11.8 10.3 Included in 31A 1.5 20,000 NC' 15 NC TOTAL 344.73 344.33 3.43 3.43 NA NA 1,5063 1.5062 Source: City of Temecula Planning Department Augusi 7, 2017 (see Figures 3 and 4). AC = acres, DLI = dwelling units, NA = Not Applicable, NC - No Change, PA = Planning Area, SPA = Specific Plan Amendment NOTES One -acre lots are currently required on the eastern and southern perimeters of Planning Areas 19, 20 and 21 and the western perimeter of Planning Area 33A only. Perimeter Id square footages are proposed to be reduced, but lot depths are not. One - acre perimeter lots are maintained In PA 33A. ' The underlying land use designation in Planning Areas 28 and 29 would be changed from Public Institutional with allowance for Low Medium Residential to Medium Residential - Multi -Family. Should the TVSD decide not to build one or both of the planned Middle School and Elementary School, the Developer may propose multidarnily or single-family units up to a density of 20 DUIac, as long as the overall total number of dwelling units in the Specific Plan does not exceed 2,015 Differences in acreage result Fran more recent survey/mapping activities Density calculations do not include Phase 1 planning areas or the non-residential uses/ open space in Phase 2. November 21, 2017 figure .'. 1. Proposed Land Use Plan CO3r7C,4444▪ Da.a.c av 1.0 DC LEGEND um ob. _ �Oa w 01.4 La..11414. rc.r e MUM. 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Concept Plan SII EXISTMIG PARK NEIGHBORH000 ENTRY MONUMENT I a TSP 1 i r `Y t COMMUNITY ENTRY MONUMENT 9 1 SPORTS PARK HOA RECREATION CENTER (PER CONCEPTUAL RECREATION MASTER PLAN) • f I ENTRY MONUMENT~' V COMMUNITY PROPOSED TRAIL IN PA 13 PRESERVED NATIVE OPEN SPACE STREET TREES - TYP. TRAIL (PER PEDESTRIAN ANO BICYCLE CIRCULATION PLAN) - TYP HOA RECREATION CENTER (PER CONCEPTUAL RECREATION MASTER PLAN) LONG VALLEY WASH CHANNEL MITIGATION WATER QUALITY BASIN - TYP. PA 13 PA 11 1••••• • •• LOW WATER USE LANDSCAPE -TYP, 1 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 11 Changes to Circulation, Trails, and Bikeways Changes are proposed to the Circulation, Trails, and Bikeways Master Plans. • Loop Road is slightly realigned, and would now be dedicated a public roadway in its entirety. The gated entries along Loop Road are removed and three round -a -bouts are planned at key locations to facilitate traffic movement and safety. Loop Road provides for 6' -wide sidewalks on both sides and a 10' -wide decomposed granite (DG) trail along on the entire length, within a 77 - foot wide public ROW. • Intenor Local Streets would be revised to comply with updated fire safety requirements and would be allowed as either public or private roads, at the developer's option. Private streets would be provided in Planning Areas 31A and 31B. No street improvements covered by a Community Facilities District (CFD) will be affected by these potential changes. Changes to Circulation, Trails, and Bikeways (cont'd) • Changes proposed for the trail system include emphasizing the Long Valley Wash Trail as a project amenity open to the public, rather than open only to residents, providing both a 12 -foot wide asphalt surface to be used for maintenance vehicles as well as bicycles and pedestrians, and a 4 -foot wide DG surface. This trail will now connect to the perimeter multi -use trail along the south and east perimeter of the Project site. • Proposes to add a trail within City -owned open space in Planning Area 13, contingent upon negotiations with the current preserve manager, the Center for Natural Lands Management. Update to Public Sports Park Amenities and Design The Sports Park Master Plan has been updated to reflect enhancements agreed to in the updated Development Agreement, as well as additional amenities requested by the Community Services Department over the last several months of discussions. The additional facilities requested by staff, which will be Included in the SPA are: • A maintenance building and storage yard pattemed after newer City parks and located for better maintenance access. • Enlarged baseball fields with bigger infields and concrete bleachers. • Additional bathrooms, more centrally located. • Additional parking spaces. • A two-story concessions/staff office with an elevator, to allow staff views of the fields from the office. Long Valley Wash Improvements SPA #4 documents design changes in the construction of Long Valley Wash as a regional flood control channel. Rather than being concrete lined over its entirety, the channel will be mostly vegetated, with stabilization structures interspersed along the wash. This would improve the visual appeal, reduce the amount of maintenance required, and accentuate Long Valley Wash as a central public amenity for the community. November 21, 2017 Roripeugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 12 Design Guidelines The major elements of the Roripaugh Ranch Design Guidelines are maintained for the Valley Neighborhood Planning Areas and Planning Areas 10, 11, and 12 within the Plateau Neighborhood. The fourteen different approved architectural styles are maintained for single-family development and new design guidelines including, architectural styles, for the potential multi -family development in Planning Areas 28 and 29 are added. The new multi -family architectural styles are the same as those approved for the single family development, but will be adapted for multi -family development, incorporating the primary style elements of each architectural style. Minor changes and updates are proposed throughout the Guidelines to bring landscaping and other standards into conformance with current City standards, or to reflect the changes In proposed streets and other facilities. The architectural guidelines would allow for more flexibility in the selection of approved architectural styles by eliminating the requirement that the specified design groups of approved architectural styles be used for each Planning Area_ The Director of Community Development would continue to have review and approval authority over the architectural product to insure conformance to the Specific Plan and submittal and review requirements are maintained. Update to Landscape Architecture Master Plan The Landscape Master Plan and Guidelines would be updated to conform to the City's Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance and the City Development Codes for residential, commercial, and open space and recreational areas. Landscape concepts and plant palettes for parkways, medians and other public areas are proposed to maintain consistency with the architectural guidelines, adjacent roadways and Wine Country community to the east. Update to Stormwater Quality Measures SPA #4 accommodates new provisions for stormwater quality and treatment in compliance with the current and upcoming regional and municipality requirements_ All Planning Areas are redesigned to provide each with access to water quality basin(s) for the treatment of stormwater runoff, improving stormwater quality within the Project and to downstream properties. Key Elements Not Changing Key elements of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan remain in place. These include: The number of dwelling units would remain unchanged; • There would be no reduction or revision to any of the remaining required public improvements; and • The separation between proposed homes along the Project boundary with offsite, existing homes would be unchanged and the character of the boundary condition would remain as planned_ 1. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT The RRSP EIR identified the following significant and unavoidable environmental impacts as a result of development of the proposed project (FEIR Sections 3.0 and 6.2): 1) Agriculture — loss of prime soils and locally important farmland (project and cumulative); 2) Traffic — two local intersections' exceed Level of Service D during peak hours (project and cumulative); Ynez Road at Winchester Road and Ynez Road at Rancho Califomia Road November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan BR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 13 3) Air Quality — both short-term and Tong -term criteria air pollutants (project and cumulative): 4) Noise — contributions to cumulative noise levels; and 5) Aesthetics — loss of views and new skygiow conditions (project impacts). In addition, the EIR examined a number of alternatives, as required under CEQA. including: (1) No Project — No Development; (2) Continued Agriculture — Clustered Development; (3) Reduced Density Development; and (4) Rural Density Development (FEIR Section 7.0). Due to the nature of the proposed action relative to the previously approved EIR, the City will not use an Environmental Checklist form (i.e., an Initial Study) to document the potential effects of the action, as suggested in Section 15063 (dX3) of the State CEQA Guidelines. Rather, the City has conducted a brief but thorough assessment of the 18 different environmental issues analyzed in the RRSP EIR. The primary factor in this assessment is that the proposed action does not increase the overall unit count of the projectand does not result In any physical changes to the environment that were not already anticipated or analyzed of the EIR. Recent economic conditions have also resulted in a delay in developing the proposed land uses within the RRSP, so the residential development. and its related infrastructure improvements outlined in the RRSP, have not yet been built. This assessment complies with the intent and requirements of CEQA relative to the preparation of an EIR Addendum to address the proposed land use changes in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 (SPA #4)(i.e., EIR Addendum No. 3). SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS FOUND IN ORIGINAL EIR Agriculture. The site has already been rough graded and is no longer used for agnculture. Whenever development of the site occurs. prime and locally Important agricultural soils will be covered over so the impacts are equivalent to those identified in the EIR, which were determined to be significant both at a project level and on a cumulative basis (FEIR pages ES -4 and 3-22). No mitigation was determined to be feasible and these conditions still apply in the project area. so no new mitigation is required or needed. Approval of SPA #4 and Addendum No. 3 would not change these conclusions. Traffic. The FEIR determined the project -level and cumulative impacts in this regard to be significant (FEIR pages ES -6 and 3-97). based on the proposed land use changes and the fact the total number of residential units is not changing, impacts from traffic from occupancy of the project under Addendum No. 3 would still require completion of the various roadway and intersection improvements identified in the original traffic study, This does not represent a substantial change from the impacts, conclusions, or mitigation identified in the original EIR. This conclusion is supported by two more recent comprehensive traffic impact studies prepared for the Wine Country Community Plan prepared by Fehr and Peers for Riverside County in 2011 (Appendix F) and the Arbor Vista project prepared by Linscott Law & Greenspan for the City of Temecula in 2014 (Appendix G). The Wine Country Community Plan (WCCP) traffic study was prepared ten years after the original Roripaugh study (November 2011 versus 2001) and used more current General Plan Buildout estimates. The newer study indicates that cumulative traffic volumes on area roadways would be increased from those identified in the cumulative analysis in the original Ronpaugh EIR traffic study (see Table B). However, the EIR already concluded project and cumulative traffic impacts from the Ronpaugh project were significant, and the project will still be required to fully mitigate its project -specific impacts and its fair share of cumulative traffic impacts as development occurs. On March 11, 2014 the Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved the WCCP for the unincorporated land east of the Roripaugh Ranch property. The EIR for the WCCP (SCH# 2009121076) included a cumulative traffic study with its EIR that took into account the delayed development within the Roripaugh Ranch project. The WCCP traffic study included the Ronpaugh Ranch in its cumulative projects list for estimating future traffic impacts. The City determined in 2016 that RRSP EIR Addendum No. 2, both in terms of the extensions of deadlines and the re -ordering of improvements, November 21. 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 14 would not alter the WCCP traffic study conclusions, and constructing the planned improvements later in the future, and would still be implemented with development as it occurred, and would not create any new or significantly different impacts than those identified in the original Roripaugh EIR. According to the WCCP traffic study, future development within the RRSP was also consistent with the traffic projections and roadway network outlined In the County's TUMF program and as evaluated in the Wine Country Community Plan traffic study and EIR (see Appendix E). Table B: Comparison of EIR Traffic Studies — Original Roripaugh Project to Wine Country Plan A. Roadway Segment Comparison Year/Condition/Source' Butterfield Stage Road North of Rancho California Road Rancho California Road West of Butterfield Stage Road ADT LOS= 2011 WCP TIA Existing Conditions (2009)(weekday, Table 4) General Plan Buildout (no WCP, Scenario 3, Table 8) 4,616 13,516 2001 RS P TIA Existing Conditions (2000XExhibit 3-7) Year 2003 With Project (Exhibit 4-W) Year 2007 With Project (Exhibit 4-Y) GP Buildout Without Project (Exhibit 4-Z) GP Bulidout With Project (Exhibit 4 -AA) 200 200 8,800 26,400 32,500 B. Intersection Comparison c C A A c F F ADT LOS' 14,132 17,374 c C 11,300 12,500 19,400 11,600 14,000 A A c C C Year/Condition/Source' Butterfield Stage Road Winchester Road At At Rancho California Road Nicolas Road Delay (sec) LOSZ Delay (sec) LOST 2011 WCP TlA Existing Conditions (2009Xweekday, Table 5) General Plan Buildout (no WCP, Scenario 3, Table 9) >120 >120 2001 RSP TIA (Without Improvements Existing Conditions (2000XPM peak, Table 3-1) 2007 Without Project (PM peak, Table 5.3) 2007 With Project (PM peak, Table 5-4) Generai Plan Buildout Without Project (Table 5-5) General Plan Buildout With Project (Table 5-6) 36.8 >120 >120 37.3 61.8 1 Data Sources/Abbreviations F F E F F D D >120 >120 36.3 83.6 >120 47.9 38.3 F F D F F D D ADT Average Daily Traffic LOS Level of Service (A -F) TIA Traffic Impact Assessment sec Seconds of Delay RSP Original Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan TIA prepared by Urban Crossroads dated November 2001 WCP Wine Country Plan - TIA prepared by Fehr & Peers dated November 2011 2 Estimated from WCP TIA Table 1, Intersection and Roadway Segment LOS Criteria. Segments noting LOS C are actually LOS C or better November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 15 In 2014 the Arbor Vista Cluster Residential project was approved by the City of Temecula Just south of Nicolas Road and southwest of the valley portion of the Roripaugh Ranch protect (i.e., Planning Commission approved the project on May 21, 2014 and the City Council approved it on August 12, 2014). It entailed the construction of 83 single family residential units on 73 acres. Tables C through F summarize the potential traffic impacts Identified in the traffic study under cumulative and horizon year (2035) conditions. The results of this more recent traffic study are consistent with those of the original Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (RRSP) traffic study in that the same intersections and roadways were determined to have significant traffic impacts in the future, even with planned improvements, would be significant. At the time of approval of the RRSP, the City Council adopted a Statement of Overriding Considerations for these project -related traffic impacts. Table C: Arbor Vista Cumulative Traffic Impacts - Area Intersections Intersection Control' Peak Hour Delay (sec) LOS2 Project- Induced Delay Delay Significant? 1. Winchester Rd./Margarita Rd. Signal AM 48.4 D 8.2 sec No PM 91.7 F 25.5 sec Yes 2. Winchester Rd./Roripaugh Signal AM 20.2 C 1.0 sec No Rd. PM 14.7 B 2.3 sec No 3. Winchster Rd./Nicolas Rd. Signal AM 233.9 F 54.1 sec Yes PM 168.6 F 62.8 sec Yes 4. Nicolas Rd/Temecula Town Signal AM 14.7 B 1.6 sec No Center Entrance PM 20.6 C 3.4 sec No 5. Nicolas RdJN. General Signal AM 12.5 B 1,7 sec No Kearny Rd. PM 14.9 B 2.8 sec No 6. Nicolas Rd.Na Lobo Rd. OWSC AM 24.0 C 9.7 sec No PM 32.2 D 16.4 sec No 7. Nicolas Rd./Joseph Rd. OWSC AM 84.0 F 64.7 sec Yes PM 203.3 F 176.0 sec Yes 8. Nicolas Rd./Calle Medusa TWSC AM 60.1 F 44.8 sec Yes PM 183.8 F 163.7 sec Yes 9. Nicolas RdJButterfield Stage DNE - - -- --- - Rd. - - - -- -- Source: Table 10-1. Cumulative Conditions Intersection Operations, LLG 2014 sec = seconds OWSC = One -Way Stop Control, TWSC -Two-Way Stop Control, DNE = Did Not Evaluate 2 Based on Opening Year plus Project plus Cumulative Projects (LOS = Level of Service) November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 16 Table 0: Arbor Vista Cumulative Traffic Impacts - Roadway Links Roadway Link Direction/ Peak Hour Speed (mph) LOS2 Project -Induced Speed Decrease Decrease Significant? Winchester Road Margarita Rd. to Roripaugh Rd. NB AM 20.8 D 1.0 mph No PM PM 24.5 C 2.8 mph No Signal SB AM 18.5 D 1.8 mph No PM PM 12.3 F 0.5 mph No Roripaugh Rd. to Nicolas Rd. NB AM 18.0 D 0.1 mph No PM PM 6.2 F 0.0 mph No Signal SB AM 30.6 B 1.8 mph No PM PM 27.5 C 0.0 mph No Nicolas Road Winchester Rd. to Temecula EB AM 19.7 D 0.0 mph No Town Center Entrance 57.3 PM 19.1 D 0.4 mph No AM WB AM 6.6 F 0.0 mph No PM 6.5 PM 7.2 F 0.0 mph No Temecula Town Center EB AM 34.0 B 1.5 mph No Entrance to N. General Keamy 8.7 PM 34.9 B 1.2 mph No Rd. WB AM 31.2 B 0.1 mph No PM 8.3 PM 31.8 B 0.1 mph No Source. Tads 10.2, Cumulative Candd ons Roadway Link , LLG 2014 1 NB = Northbound, SB = Southbound, EB = Eastbound, WB = Westbound 2 Based on Opening Year plus Project plus Cumulative Projects (WS = Level of Service) mph = mies per hour Table E: Arbor Vista Horizon Year (2035) Traffic Impacts - Area Intersections Intersection Control Peak Hour Delay' (sec) LOS/ Project- Induced Delay Delay Significant? 1. Winchester Rd./Margarita Rd. Signal AM 41.2 D 0.5 sec No PM 56.9 E 0.8 sec No 2. Winchester RdJRoripaugh Signal AM 27.0 C 0.5 sec No Rd. PM 11.7 B 0.5 sec No 3. Winchster Rd./Nicolas Rd. Signal AM 87.7 F 1.9 sec No PM 158.3 F 6.4 sec Yes 4. Nicolas RdfTemecula Town Signal AM 55.6 E 0,1 sec No Center Entrance PM 100.8 F 2.1 sec Yes 5. Nicolas Rd./N. General Signal AM 55.5 E 0.4 sec No Kearny Rd. PM 57.3 E 0.2 sec No 6. Nicolas Rd.Ma Lobo Rd. Signal AM 6.8 A 0.1 sec No PM 6.5 A 0.3 sec No 7. Nicolas Rd./Joseph Rd. Signal AM 10.0 A 0.4 sec No PM 8.7 A 0.2 sec No 8. Nicolas Rd./Calle Medusa Signal AM 7.7 A 0.1 sec No PM 8.3 A 0.3 sec No 9. Nicolas Rd/Butterfield Stage Signal 28.9 C 0.1 sec No Rd. 36.0 D 0.1 sec No Source: Table 11-1, General Ptan (Year 2035! Inf9rsecborrt Operations LLG 2014 sec = seconds Based on Opening Year plus Project plus Cumulative Projects (LOS = Level of Serwce) November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 17 Table F: Arbor Vista Horizon Year (2035) Traffic Impacts - Roadway Links Roadway Link Direction' Peak Hour Speed= (mph) _ L052 ProJect4nduced Speed Decrease Decrease Significant? Winchester Road Margarita Rd. to Roripaugh Rd. NB AM 18.5 D 0.2 mph No 0.37 1.00 PM 31.3 8 0.4 mph No 0.45 SB AM 20.3 D 0.1 mph No 0.34 0.54 PM 16.4 E 0.0 mph No Roripaugh Rd. to Nicolas Rd. NB AM 19.0 D 0.0 mph No Elementary School (750 students) Middle School (1.500 students) PM 9,2 F 0.4 mph No 240 SB AM 30.3 8 0.0 mph No 333 450 PM 35.7 A 0.0 mph No Nicolas Road Winchester Rd. to Temecula EB AM 17.2 D 0.0 mph No Town Center Entrance PM 13.8 E 0.0 mph No -473 WB AM 8.6 F 0.0 mph No -95% -72% PM 8.8 F 0.4 mph No Temecula Town Center EB AM 29.3 B 0.0 mph No Entrance to N. General Kearny PM 32.9 B 0.0 mph No Rd. WB AM 25.8 C 0.2 mph No PM 28.8 B 0.4 mph No Source: Table 11-2, General Plan (Near 2035) Roadway Link Operations, LIG 2014 mph = miles per hour ' NB = Northbound. SB = Southbound, EB = Eastbound. WB = Westbound Based on Opening Year plus Project plus Cumulative Projects (LOS • Level of Service) One of the proposed land use changes is in Planning Areas 28 and 29 from Elementary and Middle Schools to Low Medium Residential (32 acres with up to 334 units as shown in Table A). Table G below shows the trip generation for the proposed residential uses would produce approximately 25 percent less traffic during peak hours and approximately 6 percent less overall traffic compared to the two proposed schools. While most of the traffic reduction would be experienced on local streets (i.e., those closest to the schools and within the valley portion of the project) for the most part, there would also be incremental reductions in extemal trips coming from areas adjacent to but outside of the Roripaugh project, depending on the ultimate attendance boundaries of the two schools. Table G: Trip Generation Comparison of Planning Areas 28 and 29 Land Use AM Peak Hour PM Peak Hour Daily Total In Out Total In Out Total Trio Generation Rates 0.19 0.56 0.75 0.63 0.37 1.00 9.52 Low Medium Residential (ITE 210) Elementary School (ITE 520) 0.25 0.20 0.45 0.13 0.15 0.28 1.29 Middle School (ITE 522) 0.30 0.34 0.54 0.08 0.08 0.16 1.62 Trios from Existina Land Uses' 188 150 338 98 113 210 968 Elementary School (750 students) Middle School (1.500 students) 4zQ lig L 120 14 240 2.430 Total Schools 638 660 1.013 218 333 450 3,398 Trips from Pr000sed Land Uses 63 187 250 210 124 334 3,180 LM Residential (334 units) Difference _ Convert from Schools to Residential -608 -473 -763 -8 -209 -116 -218 -95% -72% -25% -4% -63% -26% -6% Source Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation at Edition, 2016) worst case assurnption Is minimum enrollment, more Likely enrollments would be 1300- 000 students f0 elementary school and 2,000 students for the middle school which would generate even more total traffic and traffic during both peak hours November 21, 2017 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 18 The City Council previously determined that the extended DA and revised improvement schedule approved under EIR Addenda No. 1 and No. 2 would still allow for the efficient implementation of the various road and Intersection improvements identified in the EIR and DA through 2028. Ultimately, all of the roadway and intersection irnprovements identified in the original EIR will be Implemented in conjunction with future development under the RRSP. Therefore, all of the improvements outlined in the original EIR would be implemented as documented in the previous EIR Addenda No. 1 and No. 2. The proposed land use changes outlined in EIR Addendum No. 3 may result in some minor changes in traffic volumes on intemal streets in the valley portion of the Roripaugh project as development occurs, however, Tong -term traffic generation by the project at buildout, both internal and external to the project, will remain equivalent or Tess than that Identified In the original traffic study. Therefore, the proposed land use plan changes outlined in Addendum No. 3 do not alter the signiflcanoe conclusions or mitigation of the EIR, and are equivalent to those outlined in the EIR and the two previously approved EIR Addenda. Air Quality. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be significant (FEIR pages ES -6 and 3-115). Impacts from air quality, both short-term from construction and long-term from occupancy of the project, have not occurred yet, except for rough grading the site. Approval of EIR Addenda No. 1 and No. 2 extended the DA and extended the beginning and or timing of ultimate impacts of air emissions from project construction and occupancy into the future. Under these Addenda, all of the planned improvements would occur beyond 2014, which means actual emissions would likely be equivalent to or lower than estimated in the EIR due to improved fleet emission controls and upgraded fuel standards. (I.e., alr assessment in original EIR assumed 1998 fleet mix and emission characteristics, while current vehicles would have to comply with the latest emission controls and standards at the time of implementation (currently 2007 or newer). The planned land use changes under EIR Addendum No. 3 would not change the overall number of units within the project, thus the total estimated vehicular trips and the estimated air pollutant emissions would not increase (i.e., see analysis associated with Table G for trip generation comparison of schools versus residential uses). For these reasons, emissions from project construction and operation would be equal to or better than those estimated in the original EIR. In addition, the cumulative list of future development outlined in the original EIR was considerably larger (i.e., more development) than that used in the more recent Wine Country Community Plan traffic study, which would support the assumption that future development under current conditions would be equal or less than that evaluated in the original EIR for cumulative impacts, Therefore, implementation of SPA #4 does not represent a substantial change from the impacts Identified in the EIR, and new development would be required to implement current air quality regulations which would help reduce both project and cumulative air pollutant emissions from dust, vehicular emissions, etc. Noise. The FEIR concluded that the project would contribute to cumulative noise impacts (FEIR pages ES -8 and 3-165). Long-term noise impacts have not occurred yet, but would be similar to those impacts identified in the EIR once the project is built out. Approval of the previous EIR Addendum No. 1 extended the DA to would extend the beginning and ultimate effect of those impacts to 2028, and all of the improvements outlined in the original traffic study would still be installed under EIR Addendum No. 2, except that the timing of their construction was modified to better track actual development of the project under current market conditions. SPA #4 proposes various minor land use changes, primarily in the sizes of certain lots, but the overall number of residential units in the RRSP would not change (i.e., 2,015 units for the entire project of which 1.506 units are within the valley portion of the project). The Wine Country and Arbor Vista traffic studies discussed above indicate that area traffic would be similar to that originally projected under the original Roripaugh EIR (see Appendices E and F), so traffic -related noise would also be equal or Tess than outlined in the original EIR. Therefore, these minor land use changes do not represent a substantial change from the impacts, mitigation, or conclusions identified in the EIR. Aesthetics. The FEIR concluded that project -level impacts would be significant (FEIR pages ES -11 and 3- 219). Most of the project impacts would occur as identified in the EIR, including views changing and November 2l, 2017 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No, 3 City of Temecula Page 19 additional skyglow as development occurs. Most of the site is not visible to the public from existing roadways or from existing residential neighborhoods in the surrounding area, other than along Calle Contento to the east and Nicolas Road to the southwest. It should be noted that grading for the panhandle portion of the site has already altered views of that area from Nicolas Road in terms of the ridgeline, although no homes have been built along the southem boundary of the panhandle that would be visible from Nicolas Road. Table A shows a number of changes to Planning Areas 19-21 (in the original plan) - the new plan changes Planning Areas 18-21 along the southeastern and southern boundaries of the RRSP, plus the west side of Planning Area 22 facing Butterfield Stage Road just south of Long Valley Wash_ These planning areas are adjacent to rural residential areas. The proposed land use changes would maintain rural size lots (approx. 20,000 square feet) adjacent to the eastern and southern site boundaries and existing rural land uses, while creating smaller lots further west closer to the loop road in the "valley neighborhood" portion of the project The rest of the proposed hand use changes are "intemar to the RRSP property and would not result in significant changes in short- or long-term views from surrounding land uses different than those identified and analyzed in the EIR. Therefore, no additional mitigation is required or needed as a result of the land use changes proposed under SPA #4 and EIR Addendum No. 3. LESS THAN SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS FOUND IN ORIGINAL EIR Noise. The FEIR concluded that project -level impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -8 and 3-165). Direct noise impacts both from construction and occupancy of the project have not occurred yet, but would be similar to those impacts identified in the EIR. The Wine Country traffic study discussed above Indicates that area traffic would be equal or less than that originally projected under the onginal Ronpaugh EIR (see Appendix E), so traffic -related noise would also be equal or less than outlined in the original EIR. Because the total number of residential units of the RRSP would remain the same, approval of Addendum No. 3 would not result In any project -related noise impacts that are more severe than those identified in the EIR. Therefore, impacts and mitigation for Addendum No. 3 are similar to that outlined in the EIR (i.e., less than significant with mitigation). Greenhouse Gas Emissions. When the EIR was prepared and approved, an analysis of impacts related to greenhouse gases and global climate change was not required. New development within the City, including Roripaugh Ranch, will be required to comply with the latest Califomia Green Building Code (CGBC) requirements and Title 24 energy conservation standards issued by the State, which will minimize potential greenhouse gas emissions to the extent feasible. In addition, the City Council determined that changes to the DA and infrastructure implementation schedule would cause no physical changes or different impacts from those Identified in the EIR, and later implementation of new development under the RRSP would place that development under the more strict building code standards of the CGBC. Therefore. no mitigation measures were required or proposed as part of EIR Addenda No. 1 or No. 2. The proposed land use changes under EIR Addendum No. 3 would not result in substantial changes to air pollutant emissions identified in the EIR (see analysis above). In addition, the City adopted a Sustainability Plan on June 22. 2010 (i.e., the equivalent of a Climate Action Plan or CAP) to address and control greenhouse gas emissions from activities within the City, including new development (Appendix 0). New residential construction within the RRSP, including those changes outlined in EIR Addendum No_ 3, would be required to be consistent with the City's Sustainability Plan and would therefore be considered to be less than significant. Hydrology and Water Quality. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be Tess than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -5 and 3-54). The site has already been rough graded, and the approved extension of the DA under EIR Addendum No. 1 allowed for effective implementation of planned improvements to the Roripaugh Ranch property, including drainage improvements along Long Valley Wash and other permanent erosion control and water quality maintenance features throughout the remainder of the site. Implementation of the approved EIR Addendum No. 2 will still tie planned improvements to new development, so the conclusions of the EIR remain unchanged relative to drainage and water quality for EIR Addenda No. 1 and No. 2. Addendum No. 3 proposes changes to RRSP land use plan, mainly the lot sizes and locations in Planning Areas 14 through 24. 28-29, 31, and 33 in the "valley neighborhood' portion of the November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 20 specific plan. These changes would maintain larger Tots along the perimeter of the project while decreasing the lot sizes of the planning areas adjacent to the loop road. No changes to Santa Gertrudis Creek or Long Valley Wash are proposed, and the previous Figure 4 (conceptual Totting plan) shows the locations of various water quality basins in these areas. The project would still require regulatory permitting from various resource agencies in charge of water quality (and biological resources) such as the Regional Water Quality Control Board, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Therefore, the minor land use changes proposed under SPA #4 and evaluated in EIR Addendum No. 3 will not result in any drainage or water quality impacts substantially different than those identified in the EIR, and no additional mitigation is required. Biological Resources. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -7 and 3-140). Impacts to biological resources of the proposed land use changed under Addendum No. 3 would be essentially the same as outlined in the EIR, and future development would be required to comply with the Westem Riverside County MSHCP Including Impact fees and preservation of the Santa Gertrudis Creek area, as outlined in the RRSP. SPA #4 would provide additional trails in the upland (northern) portion of Planning Area 13 if feasible, but these are not expected to significantly impact the biological resources in that Planning Area associated with Santa Gertrudis Creek. The roadway/Intersection improvements and overall improvements to the creek would still be made prior to completion of the Roripaugh project as outlined in the original EIR and as approved under EIR Addenda No. 1 and No. 2. Due to the disturbed nature of the Phase 2 planned development area (i.e., valley neighborhood area or Planning Areas 14 through 33), the proposed land use changes (mainly in the size of various lots) would not result in any new of substantially increased impacts to biological resources, including along Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash. This also applies to any improvements that were originally going to be constructed by developers but which the City has chosen to construct instead, because the potential environmental impacts of the improvements themselves were already evaluated in the EIR (I,e., as approved under Addendum No. 2). Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 and EIR Addendum No. 3 would therefore not change the conclusions of the EIR, nor would they require additional mitigation. Scientific Resources. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -11 and 3-231). Impacts to paleontological, archaeological, and historical resources would be the same including onsite monitoring of grading by qualified archaeological and paleontological personnel as appropriate as development occurs. Minor changes to the land use plan as outlined In Addendum No. 3 would not affect impacts or mitigation Identified for archaeological, paleontological, or historical resources. Regarding tribal cultural resources, City staff conducted consultation with local Native American tribal groups/representatives. Letters requesting consultation under SB 18 were sent out May 26, 2017 while letters requesting consultation under AB 52 were sent out August 21, 2017. During those periods, no tribal groups expressed interest in consulting with the City on this project. Geology and Soils. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -8 and 3-165). Development under the RRSP would result in the same geologic and soil impacts as Identified in the EIR, and would be subject to the same mitigation and the latest Conditions of Approval from the City regarding geotechnical hazards. It was determined that extending the DA under EIR Addendum No. 1 would not result in any significant effects related to geologic or soils constraints. Likewise, the City Council determined that minor changes to the infrastructure implementation schedule approved under EIR Addendum No. 2 would also not result in substantial changes related to these impacts. All future development would also have to comply with the latest state green building code requirements regarding geotechnical hazards, and additional site specific geotech and soil testing and reports are required for specific tentative maps within the Specific Plan, consistent with Mitigation Measures 1, 2, and 4 in Section 3.3.6 of the original EIR. Future development under the land use plan changes outlined in SPA #4 and Addendum No. 3 would also be subject to these mitigation measures. Therefore, impacts would still be less than significant and no new mitigation is required for Addendum No. 3. November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 21 Hazards and Hazardous Materials. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -8 and 3-147). Future development of the site under the RRSP would result in the same number of units, same general location of planned uses, same circulation network, and similar Impacts related to hazards and hazardous materials as identified in the EIR. Future uses would be subject to the same mitigation in the original EIR regarding hazards and hazardous materials. For these reasons, there would be no significant effects related to these issues by making minor changes to the land use plan relative to lot sizes and locations under the proposed under SPA #4 and EIR Addendum No, 3. Land Use and Planning. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -4 and 3-15). The revised land use plan would not alter the ultimate number or density of planned uses, although the sizes of various lots and density of some planning areas would be altered from the existing plan. SPA #4 allows age -qualified dwelling units in one or more of the planning areas. A minimum age 55 would be required to reside in these units, controlled by deed restriction. This could act to incrementally reduce impacts related to increased population and related noise, traffic, air quality, etc. but it is overly speculative to estimate the degree to which this could occur. In addition, SPA #4 provides a second private recreation center located in a new Planning Area, 23B, in addition to the currently approved private recreation center on Planning Area 30. This would help reduce potential impacts on existing and future planned recreational facilities both within and outside of the RRSP. Finally, SPA #4 allows for possible conversion of one or both of the school sites (Planning Areas 28-29) if the local school district does not need one or both of them for schools, which would result in a maximum of 334 additional units. However, the overall total number of units within the RRSP (2,015) or the number of units within the valley portion of the project (1.506 units) would not change even with conversion of one or both school sites. The revised land use plan would also have the same circulation network. Future development would still occur on the Roripaugh Ranch site generally consistent with the land use designations outlined in the RRSP, and the project site has already been rough graded with development pads and roads. Therefore, implementation of the proposed changes to the land use plan would have no demonstrable adverse effect on either land use or planning impacts of the project. Under approved EIR Addenda No. 1 and 2, the addition of new houses and residents to the City would occur at a later time than identified in the EIR, but the magnitude of these impacts were determined to be equivalent to those identified in the EIR. The current City General Plan and Housing Element took into account the housing that would occur when the RRSP is built. The proposed SPA #4 and EIR Addendum No. 3 would not change the overall number and general location of residential units, although in a number of areas lot sizes will be decreasing which will help keep future units more affordable. Therefore, SPA #4 and Addendum No. 3 will not have any significant adverse effects on population or housing and no mitigation is required. Public Services. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -9, 3-173, 3-175, 3-178, 3-180, 3-185, 3-187, 3-188, 3-189, and 3- 190). Under EIR Addenda No. 1 and 2, the City concluded that service Impacts identified in the EIR would still occur, but begin at a later time and extend into the future. At that time, the City determined that no substantial changes were envisioned compared to the impacts identified in the EIR, and the fire station outlined in the then current DA had already been built. The land use changes proposed under SPA #4 would not result in any increase in the total number of residential units In the project. In addition, SPA #4 allows for possible conversion of one or both of the school sites (Planning Areas 28-29) if the local school district does not need one or both of them for schools, however, the overall total number of units within the RRSP (2,015) or the number of units within the valley portion of the project (1,506 units) would not change even with conversion of one or both school sites. In addition, SPA #4 provides a second private recreation center located in a new Planning Area, 23B. in addition to the currently approved private recreation center on Planning Area 30. It Published September 2008 for period Juty 1. 2008 to June 30, 2014 November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 22 could also provide additional trails around the project perimeter and in the northern portion of Planning Area 13 if the City determined their construction was feasible, but this would be in addition to the original trail network outlined in the RRSP. These would help reduce potential impacts on existing and future planned recreational facilities both within and outside of the RRSP. Therefore, anticipated impacts to public services are considered to be equivalent to those identified in the EIR, and no additional mitigation is required. Utilities. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -10, 3-197, 3-200, 3-201, 3-203, 3-205, and 3-207).The utility impacts identified in the EIR would still occur, but begin at a later time and extend into the future. No substantial changes in the total number of residential units are proposed which would result in no substantial increase in the overall demand for utilities would occur cornpared to the impacts identified in the EIR, including the conversion of school facilities to residential uses (see previous discussion related to traffic and Table G). It is possible that Internal service lines, pipelines, etc. may be modified based on the location of lots under the revised land use plan. Similarly, the proposed changes to the RRSP land use plan under Addendum No. 3 would not significantly change the anticipated overall impacts or recommended mitigation measures in the EIR relative to utilities. Mineral and Forest Resources. The FEIR concluded that project -level and cumulative impacts would be less than significant with mitigation (FEIR pages ES -4 and 3-15). The site does not contain these resources so they are unaffected by internal changes in land uses within the planning areas as proposed under SPA #4. J. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS Based on available information and the analysis presented in Section I, making the proposed minor changes to the land use plan for the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, as outlined in Section H and Table A above, would not Increase the severity or extent of any of the identified impacts, would not create any new impacts, and would not require any new or modified mitigation measures identified in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR, and development within Phase 2 would still be required to implement the improvements identified in the EIR and current City development regulations (e.g., Sustainability Plan). With implementation of current development regulations and mitigation measures In the EIR, no revisions to the EIR are necessary and approval of this Addendum will fully comply with the CEQA requirements for this proposed action. November 21, 2017 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan E!R Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula Page 23 K. 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November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula November 21, 2017 APPENDIX A RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN Revised RRSP Land Use Pian Revised Conceptual Lotting Pian (Valley Portion) Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 (Draft July 28, 2017) Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan E1R Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula APPENDIX B RORIPAUGH RANCH DRAFT EIR (April 1, 2002) November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula APPENDIX C RORIPAUGH RANCH FINAL EIR AND MMRP November 21, 2017 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula APPENDIX D RORIPAUGH RANCH EIR ADDENDUM NO. 2 November 21, 2017 Roripeugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 CO of Temecula APPENDIX E RORIPAUGH RANCH EIR ADDENDUM NO. 1 November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula APPENDIX F WINE COUNTRY EIR AND ORIGINAL RORIPAUGH EIR TRAFFIC STUDY EXCERPTS November 21, 2017 Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula November 21, 2017 APPENDIX G ARBOR VISTA TRAFFIC STUDY I Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR Addendum No. 3 City of Temecula APPENDIX H CITY OF TEMECULA SUSTAINABILITY PLAN November 21, 2017 PC RESOLUTION NO.17-49 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATIONS FOR THE PARCELS OF PHASE II OF THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN TO A SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION (SPI) LAND USE (PA17-1640)" Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (Specific Plan No. 11) was approved by the City Council on November 26, 2002 by the adoption of Resolution No. 02-112. Amendment No. 1 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on January 11, 2005 by the adoption of Resolution No. 05-08. Amendment No. 2 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on February 28, 2006 by the adoption of Resolution No. 06-02. Amendment No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on March 8, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-17. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan as originally approved and as amended by Amendments Nos. 1-3 shall be referred to in this Resolution as the "Specific Plan". B. On May 2, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-0741, a Specific Plan Amendment. On November 17, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment. These applications (collectively "Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. C. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, D. On December 20, 2017 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report, proposed General Plan amendment, and proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearing, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17-48, "A Resolution of the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula Recommending that the City Council adopt a Resolution Entitled 'A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Temecula Approving Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH No. 97121030)'. Resolution No. 17-48 is hereby incorporated by this reference as set forth in full. F. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The Planning Commission, in recommending approval of the General Plan Amendment Application No. PA17-1640, hereby finds, determines and declares that: A. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest. The current General Plan designation for Phase 1! of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan is Low Density Residential (L), Low Medium Density Residential (LM), Medium Density Residential (M), Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Public Institutional (P1), and Open Space (OS). The proposed amendment would change these land uses to Specific Plan Implementation (SPi) which allows for Low Density Residential (L), Low Estate Density Residential (L -E), Low Medium Density Residential (LM), Medium Density Residential (M1, M2), Multi -Family Residential (MF) Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Schools, Private Recreation (RC), Public Parks (P), and Open Space (OS1, 0S2, 0S3) land uses as specified in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest because it allows for various types of residential housing including potential multi -family housing should the school district elect not to develop both of the school sites as well as commercial development and preservation of open space. B. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety and welfare of the community. uses. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety, and welfare of the community. The General Plan Amendment will ensure compliance with all Building, Fire, and Development Codes, These codes set policies and standards that protect the health, safety and welfare of the community. In addition, the General Plan Amendment is tied to a Specific Plan Amendment that establishes specific land uses and building design guidelines and standards that ensure compatibility and interface with the surrounding community. Therefore, the General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety and welfare of the community. C. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with existing and surrounding The proposed General Plan Amendment is compatible with surrounding land uses. The current surrounding land uses include Phase 1 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, residential land uses, and County of Riverside land designated as residential and open space. The Specific Plan Implementation land use allows the General Plan to defer to the provisions and restrictions of the Specific Plan in order to remain compatible with existing and surrounding land uses. Although the proposed land uses in the Specific Plan area are more intense than the existing agricultural and rural residential uses that the area currently supports, the lot sizes in the Specific Plan area vary from smaller lots in the interior of the Roripaugh Ranch Project to large lots around the perimeter adjacent to existing rural areas. In addition, the proposed habitat resource areas and Santa Gertrudis Creek will help contribute to the continued rural nature of the area by preserving open space between development areas. D. The General Plan Amendment will not have an adverse effect on the community and is consistent with the goals and policies of the adopted General Plan. The proposed General Plan Amendment is consistent with the direction, goals and policies of the General Plan. The General Plan Amendment will implement the goals and policies of the City's General Plan, provide balanced and diversified land uses, and impose appropriate standards and requirements with respect to land development and use in order to maintain the overall quality of life and the environment within the City. The goals and policies in the Land Use Element of the General Plan encourage a complete and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, public and open space land uses (Goal 1)." The project's land use mix currently includes residential, commercial, public institutional, and open space. The Specific Plan implementation land use will allow for the development of Phase 11 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to develop according to the regulations and standards of the Specific Plan. The proposed General Plan Amendment will result in compatible future development, which will meet the recommended land use and circulation pattern, maximum density and intensity of development, a desired mix of uses and other factors consistent with the goals and policies of the General Plan. Section 3. Recommendation. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommends that the City Council adopt a Resolution approving Planning Application No. PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment application to revise the General Plan Land Use designations for the parcels of Phase 11 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) land use in the form attached to this Resolution as Exhibit "A", attached hereto, and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 4. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 20th day of December, 2017. John Telesio, Chairman ATTEST: Luke Watson Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 17-49 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 20th day of December, 2017, by the following vote: AYES: 5 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Guerriero, Telesio, Turley-Trejo, Watts, Youmans NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSENT: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSTAIN: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None Luke Watson Secretary EXHIBIT A CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATIONS FOR THE PARCELS OF PHASE II OF THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN TO A SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION (SPI) LAND USE (PA17-1640) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA HEREBY FINDS, DETERMINES AND RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (Specific Plan No. 11) was approved by the City Council on November 26, 2002 by the adoption of Resolution No. 02-112, Amendment No. 1 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on January 11, 2005 by the adoption of Resolution No. 05-08. Amendment No. 2 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on February 28, 2006 by the adoption of Resolution No. 06-02. Amendment No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on March 8, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-17. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan as originally approved and as amended by Amendments Nos. 1-3 shall be referred to in this Resolution as the "Specific Plan". B. On May 2, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-0741, a Specific Plan Amendment. On November 17, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment. These applications (collectively "Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. C. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. D. On December 20, 2017, the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report, proposed General Plan Amendment, and proposed Specific Plan amendment at which time all persons interested in this action had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17- recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report. F. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearings and due consideration of the proposed Project, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17- recommending that the City Council adopt Planning Application No. PA17-1640, A General Plan Amendment Application to revise the General Plan Land Use designations for the parcels of Phase II of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) land use. G. On 2018 the City Council of the City of Temecula considered the Project and Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environment Impact Report for the Project, at a duly noticed public hearing at which time all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. The Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project and the Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environmental Impact Report prior to and at the public hearing. H. Following the public hearing, the Council adopted Resolution No. 18 - certifying the Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Roripaugh Ranch Project. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Legislative Findings. The City Council in approving the Project hereby finds, determines and declares that: General Plan Amendment A. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest. The current General Plan designation for Phase 1! of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan is Low Density Residential (L), Low Medium Density Residential (LM), Medium Density Residential (M), Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Public Institutional (PI), and Open Space (OS). The proposed amendment would change these land uses to Specific Plan Implementation (SP1) which allows for Low Density Residential (L), Low Estate Density Residential (L -E), Low Medium Density Residential (LM), Medium Density Residential (MI, M2), Multi Family Residential (MF) Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Schools, Private Recreation (RC), Public Parks (P). and Open Space (OS 1, 0S2, 0S3) land uses as specified in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest because it allows for various types of residential housing including potential multi -family housing should the school district elect not to develop both of the school sites as well as commercial development and preservation of open space. B. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety and welfare of the community. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety, and welfare of the community. The General Plan Amendment will ensure compliance with all Building, Fire, and Development Codes. These codes set policies and standards that protect the health, safety and welfare of the community. In addition, the General Plan Amendment is tied to a Specific Plan Amendment that establishes specific land uses and building design guidelines and standards that ensure compatibility and interface with the surrounding community. Therefore, the General Plan Amendment is compatible with the health, safety and welfare of the community. C. The General Plan Amendment is compatible with existing and surrounding uses. The proposed General Plan Amendment is compatible with surrounding land uses. The current surrounding land uses include Phase I of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, residential land uses, and County of Riverside land designated as residential and open space. The Specific Plan Implementation land use allows the General Plan to defer to the provisions and restrictions of the Specific Plan in order to remain compatible with existing and surrounding land uses. Although the proposed land uses in the Specific Plan area are more intense than the existing agricultural and rural residential uses that the area currently supports, the lot sizes in the Specific Plan area vary from smaller lots in the interior of the Roripaugh Ranch Project to large lots around the perimeter adjacent to existing rural areas. In addition, the proposed habitat resource areas and Santa Gertrudis Creek will help contribute to the continued rural nature of the area by preserving open space between development areas. D. The General Plan Amendment will not have an adverse effect on the community and is consistent with the goals and policies of the adopted General Plan, The proposed General Plan Amendment is consistent with the direction, goals and policies of the General Plan. The General Plan Amendment will implement the goals and policies of the City's General Plan, provide balanced and diversified land uses, and impose appropriate standards and requirements with respect to land development and use in order to maintain the overall quality of life and the environment within the City. The goals and policies in the Land Use Element of the General Plan encourage "a complete and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, public and open space land uses (Goal 1)." The project's land use mix currently includes residential, commercial, public institutional, and open space. The Specific Plan Implementation land use will allow for the development of Phase 11 of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to develop according to the regulations and standards of the Specific Plan. The proposed General Plan Amendment will result in compatible future development, which will meet the recommended land use and circulation pattern, maximum density and intensity of development, a desired mix of uses and other factors consistent with the goals and policies of the General Plan. Section 3. Amendment to General Plan Text. The City Council approves and amends the Land Use Element of the General Plan to revise the General Plan Land Use designations for the parcels of Phase II of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan to a Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) land use and amends Figure LU -3 of the Land Use Element of the General Plan as shown on Exhibit A, "Proposed General Plan" attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. Section 4. City Manager Authorization. The City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to take all steps necessary to implement this General Plan Amendment. Section 5. Consistency with General Plan. The Land Use Element of the General Plan, as amended by this Resolution, is consistent with the other elements of the General Plan, consistent with Government Code Section 65300.5. Insofar as other portions of the General Plan need to be revised to effectuate this General Plan Amendment, the City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to make all necessary revisions to effectuate this General Plan Amendment. Section 6. Severability. If any portion, provision, section, paragraph, sentence, or word of this Resolution is rendered or declared to be invalid by any final court action in a court of competent jurisdiction, or by reason of any preemptive legislation, the remaining portions, provisions, sections, paragraphs, sentences, and words of this Resolution shall remain in full force and effect and shall be interpreted by the court so as to give effect to such remaining portions of the Resolution. Section 7. Effective Date. This Resolution shall take effect upon its adoption. Section 8. Notice of Adoption. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution and cause it to be published in the manner required by law. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this day of , 2018. , Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. - was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the day of , 2018 by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk EXHIBIT A AMENDED GENERAL PLAN LAND USE MAP Existing General Plan Land Use Proposed General Plan Land Use PC RESOLUTION NO. 17-50 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN (SP 11) (PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA 17-0741)" Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The City Council of the City of Temecula certified the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Final Environmental Impact Report ("FEIR") on December 17, 2002. B. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (Specific Plan No. 11) was approved by the City Council on November 26, 2002 by the adoption of Resolution No. 02-112. Amendment No. 1 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on January 11, 2005 by the adoption of Resolution No. 05-08. Amendment No. 2 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on February 28, 2006 by the adoption of Resolution No. 06-02. Amendment No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on March 8, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No, 16-17. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan as originally approved and as amended by Amendments Nos. 1-3 shall be referred to in this Resolution as the "Specific Plan"_ C. On May 2, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-0741, a Specific Plan Amendment. On November 17, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment. These applications (collectively "Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. D. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. E. On December 20, 2017, the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report, proposed General Plan amendment, and proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. F. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17-48 recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report be approved. Resolution No. 17-48 is hereby incorporated herein by this reference as if set forth in full_ G. All legal preconditions to the adoption of the Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. Pursuant to Temecula Municipal Code Section 17.16.020, the Planning Commission, in recommending that the City Council approve Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan hereby finds, determines and declares that: A. The proposed specific plan amendment is consistent with the general plan and development code. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan discusses, at length, the consistency between the Specific Plan and the Genera! Plan. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan does not make any material changes to the Specific Plan that would impact the consistency findings set forth in the Specific Plan. The findings of consistency contained in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan are applicable and are incorporated herein by this reference. The General Plan's Land Use Element Goa! 1 is to have a complete and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, public and open space land uses. Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) will provide a spectrum of residential product styles and designs as designated by the General Plan Specific Plan Overlay. The Roripaugh Project creates unified, cohesive neighborhoods, and a neighborhood -level commercial center. !n addition to these land uses, the Roripaugh Project provides neighborhood amenities, as well as open space, schools and recreational facilities. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan is also consistent with the City's development code because the City will require that all new construction comply with the City's design and building standards. B. The proposed specific plan amendment would not be detrimental to the public interest, health, safety, convenience or welfare of the city. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan would not be detrimental to the public interest, health, safety, convenience or welfare of the City because the Specific Plan clearly defines land uses, and establishes development standards, regulations and building criteria for each land use type. These regulations, which include land use intensities, setback requirements, lighting and landscaping standards, and signage regulations, contribute toward the protection of proposed residential neighborhoods in the area as well as some reduction of possible negative impacts to adjacent properties. C. The subject property is physically suitable for the requested land use designations and the anticipated land use developments. The subject property area has already been rough graded and erosion control/water quality management improvements were installed on site except in the habitat conservation area to be preserved along the Santa Gertrudis Creek. D. The proposed specific plan amendment shall ensure development of desirable character which will be compatible with existing and proposed development in the surrounding neighborhood. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan shall ensure development of desirable character which will be compatible with existing and proposed development in the surrounding neighborhood. Although the proposed land uses in the Specific Plan area are more intense than the existing agricultural and rural residential uses that the area currently supports, the lot sizes in the Specific Plan area vary from smaller lots in the interior of the Roripaugh Ranch Project to large lots around the perimeter adjacent to existing rural areas. In addition, the proposed habitat resource areas and Santa Gertrudis Creek will help contribute to the continued rural nature of the area by preserving open space between development areas. Section 3. Recommendation. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula hereby recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution approving Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan in substantially the same form as attached hereto as Exhibit "A". PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 20th day of December, 2017. John Telesio, Chairman j/(-./6 Luke Watson, Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 17-50 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 20th day of December, 2017, by the following vote: AYES: 5 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Guerriero, Telesio, Turley-Trejo, Watts, Youmans NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSENT: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSTAIN: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None Luke Watson, Secretary EXHIBIT A CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN (SP 11) (PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA 17-0741) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (Specific Plan No. 11) was approved by the City Council on November 26, 2002 by the adoption of Resolution No. 02-112. Amendment No. 1 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on January 11, 2005 by the adoption of Resolution No. 05-08. Amendment No. 2 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on February 28, 2006 by the adoption of Resolution No. 06-02. Amendment No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) was approved on March 8, 2016 by the adoption of Resolution No. 16-17. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan as originally approved and as amended by Amendments Nos. 1-3 shall be referred to in this Resolution as the "Specific Plan". B. On May 2, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-0741, a Specific Plan Amendment. On November 17, 2017, Thom Fuller filed Planning Application No. PA17-1640, a General Plan Amendment. These applications (collectively 'Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. C. The Specific Plan provides standards and guidelines for development. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan would update and modify those standards including an update to the development standards and facilities within the sports park, provide a greater variety of residential lot sizes, allow for age -qualified housing, add design guidelines and architectural styles for a multi -family development option, revise the circulation and aesthetics of Loop Road, improve trails and trail connections, update to the landscape architecture master plan, and revise the development of Long Valley Wash as an amenity for the community while not increasing the number of dwelling units previously approved within the Specific Plan. D. On December 20, 2017 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report, proposed General Plan amendment, and proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 17 _ recommending to the City Council that the Addendum No. 3 to the Roripaugh Ranch Final Environmental Impact Report be approved. The Planning Commission also adopted Resolution No. recommending that the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) be approved. F. On , 2018 the City Council of the City of Temecula considered the Project and Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environment Impact Report for the Project, at a duly noticed public hearing at which time all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. The Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project and the Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environmental Impact Report prior to and at the public hearing. G. Following the public hearing, the Council adopted Resolution No. 18 - certifying the Addendum No. 3 to the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Roripaugh Ranch Project. H. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The City Council, in approving Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Specific Plan (SP 11) hereby finds, determines and declares that: A. The proposed specific plan amendment is consistent with the general plan and development code. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan discusses, at length, the consistency between the Specific Plan and the General Plan. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan does not make any material changes to the Specific Plan that would impact the consistency findings set forth in the Specific Plan. The findings of consistency contained in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan are applicable and are incorporated herein by this reference. The General Plan's Land Use Element Goal 1 is to have a complete and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, public and open space land uses. Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) will provide a spectrum of residential product styles and designs as designated by the General Plan Specific Plan Overlay. The Roripaugh Project creates unified, cohesive neighborhoods, and a neighborhood -level commercial center. in addition to these land uses, the Roripaugh Project provides neighborhood amenities, as well as open space, schools and recreational facilities. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan is also consistent with the City's development code because the City will require that all new construction comply with the City's design and building standards. B. The proposed specific plan amendment would not be detrimental to the public interest, health, safety, convenience or welfare of the city. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan would not be detrimental to the public interest, health, safety, convenience or welfare of the City because the Specific Plan clearly defines land uses, and establishes development standards, regulations and building criteria for each land use type. These regulations, which include land use intensities, setback requirements, lighting and landscaping standards, and signage regulations, contribute toward the protection of proposed residential neighborhoods in the area as well as some reduction of possible negative impacts to adjacent properties. C. The subject property is physically suitable for the requested land use designations and the anticipated land use developments. The subject property area has already been rough graded and erosion control/water qualify management improvements were installed on site except in the habitat conservation area to be preserved along the Santa Gertrudis Creek. D. The proposed specific plan amendment shall ensure development of desirable character which will be compatible with existing and proposed development in the surrounding neighborhood. Amendment No. 4 to the Specific Plan shall ensure development of desirable character which will be compatible with existing and proposed development in the surrounding neighborhood. Although the proposed land uses in the Specific Plan area are more intense than the existing agricultural and rural residential uses that the area currently supports, the lot sizes in the Specific Plan area vary from smaller lots in the interior of the Roripaugh Ranch Project to large lots around the perimeter adjacent to existing rural areas. In addition, the proposed habitat resource areas and Santa Gertrudis Creek will help contribute to the continued rural nature of the area by preserving open space between development areas. Section 3. Approval of Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11). The City Council of the City of Temecula hereby approves that certain Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SP 11) in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit LLA". PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this day of , 2018. , Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the day of , 2018, by the fallowing vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk SPECIFIC PLAN AMENDMENT (UNDERLINE/STRIKEOUT) CAN BE DOWNLOADED AT: https://temeculaca.gov/362/Environmental-Review-CEQA RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 4 PLANNING COMMISSION DRAFT VOLUME I City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Tel. 951.694.6444 Prepared for: Roripaugh Valley Restoration, LLC 4675 MacAurthur Court, 15th Floor Newport Beach, CA 92660 Tel. (949) 255-2680 December 6th, 2017 TABLE OF CONTENTS ES Executive Summary ES -1 SECTION 1 1.0 General Plan Consistency 1-1 1.0.1 Land Use Element 1-1 1.0.2 Circulation Element 1-2 1.0.3 Housing Element 1-3 1.0.4 Open Space and Conservation Element 1-4 1.0.5 Growth Management/Public Facilities Element 1-5 1.0.6 Public Safety Element 1-7 1.0.7 Noise Element 1-7 1.0.8 Air Quality Element 1-8 1.0.9 Community Design Element 1-8 1.0.10 Economic Development Element 1-9 1.0.11 General Plan Conformance 1-10 1.1 Growth Management Strategies And Action Plan 1-11 1.1.1 Growth Management Strategies and Action Plan 1-11 1.2 lmplementation Program 1-14 1.2.1 Summary of Implementation Program 1-14 SECTION 2 2.0 Specific Plan Components 2-1 2.0.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2-1 2.0.2 Circulation Master Plan 2-16 2.0.3 Drainage and Water Quality Master Plan 2-57 2.0.4 Water Master Plan 2-67 2.0.5 Sewer Master Plan 2-73 2.0.6 Grading Master Plan 2-79 2.0.7 Phasing Master Plan 2-97 2,0.8 Open Space and Recreational Master Plan 2-101 2.0.9 Landscape Master Plan 2-110 2.0.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2-119 2.0.11 Utilities Plan and Public Services 2-149 2.0.12 Offsite Improvements 2-152 SECTION 3 3.0 Plateau Neighborhood Planning Area Descriptions And Development Standards 3-1 3.0.1 Planning Areas lA and 1B 3-1 3.0.2 Planning Area 2 3-7 3.0.3 Planning Area 3 3-11 3.0.4 Planning Area 4A and 4B 3-17 3.0.5 Planning Area 5 3-23 3.0.6 Planning Area 6 3-27 3.0.7 Planning Area 7A, 7C, 8 and Portions of 6 3-31 3.0.8 Planning Area 9A 3-35 3.0.9 Planning Area 32 3-39 3.1 Plateau Neighborood Design Guidelines 3-43 3.1.1 Landscape Concept 3-43 3.1.2 Parks, Recreation and Open Space Facilities 3-47 3.1.3 Trail System 3-60 3.1.4 Project Monumentation and Private Entries 3-61 3.1.5 Streetscape Treatments 3-81 3.1.6 Fuel Modification of Open Space 3-115 3.1.7 Landscape Material Guidelines 3-123 3.1.8 Street Outdoor Lighting and Signage .......3-132 3.1.9 Architectural Design Guidelines 3-144 SECTION 4 4.0 Valley Neighborhood Planning Area Descriptions And Development Standards 4-1 4.0.1 Planning Area 9A, 9A, and 13 4-1 4.0.2 Planning Area 10 4-5 4.0.3 Planning Area 11 4-9 4,0,4 Planning Area 12 ..».4-13 4.0.5 Planning Area 13 4-17 4.0.6 Planning Area 14 4-21 4.0.7 Planning Area 15 4-25 4.0.8 Planning Area 16A and 16B 4-29 4.0.9 Planning Area 17A and 17B 4-35 4.0.10 Planning Area 18A, 18B, and 18C 4-41 4.0.11 Planning Area 19 4-49 4.0.12 Planning Area 20A and 20B 4-53 4.0.13 Planning Area 21 4-59 4.0.14 Planning Area 22 4-63 4.0.15 Planning Area 23A ........4-67 4.0.16 Planning Area 23B 4-71 4.0.17 Planning Area 24 4-75 4.0.18 Planning Area 25 and 26 4-79 4.0.19 Planning Area 27 4-85 4.0.20 Planning Area 28 4-89 4.0.21 Planning Area 29 4-93 4.0.22 Planning Area 30 4-97 4.0.23 Planning Area 31A and 31B... 4-101 4.0.24 Planning Area 33A 4-107 4.0.25 Planning Area 33B 4-111 4.1 Valley Neighborhood Design Guidelines 4-115 4.1.1 Landscape Concept 4-115 4.1.2 Parks, Recreation and Open Space Facilities .....„ 4-116 4.1.3 School Facilities 4-125 4.1.4 Trail System 4-131 4.1.5 Project Monumentation 4-153 4.1.6 Streetscape Treatments 4-163 4.1.7 Fuel Modificaation of Open Space 4-217 4.1.8 Landscape Material Guidelines 4-233 4.1.9 Street Outdoor Lighting, Signage, and Interface 4-246 4.1.10 Architectural Design Guidelines 4-255 SECTION 5 5.0 Specific Plan Zoning Ordinanace 5-1 5.0.1 Purpose And Intent 5-1 5.0.2 General Provisions 5-2 5.0.3 Residential Development Standards 5-3 5.0.4 Neighborhood Commercial (Planning Area 11) 5-11 5.0.5 Parks And Open Space (Planning Areas lb, 5, 6, 7a, 7c, 8, 9a, 13, 23b, 25, 26, 27, And 30) ...5-17 5.0.6 Public Instiutional (Planning Area 32) ... 5-19 5.0.7 Parking Requirements 5-19 SECTION 6 6.0 Implementation ....„... 6-1 6.1 Implementation Measures ...............6-2 6.1.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 6-2 6.1.2 Circulation Master Plan 6-2 6.1.3 Drainage and Water Quality Master Plan 6-4 6.1.4 Water Master Pian 6-5 6.1.5 Sewer Master Plan 6-5 6.1.6 Grading Master Plan 6-6 6.1.7 Phasing Master Plan 6-8 6.1.8 Open Space and Recreation Master Plan 6-9 6.1.9 Landscape Master Plan 6-9 6.2 Timing And Responsibility For Improvements 6-10 LIST OF FIGURES Executive Summary Figure ES- 1: Regional Location Map ES -6 Figure ES- 2: Project Vicinity Map ES -7 Figure ES- 3: Surrounding Land Use & Proposed Development ES -9 Figure ES -4: General Plan Amendment ES -11 5ECT1ON 1.0 Figure 1-1: Existing Zoning 1-21 Figure 1-2: Existing General Plan Land Use Designations 1-23 Figure 1-3: General Plan Circulation Element Amendment 1-25 SECTION 2.0 Figure 2- 1: Proposed Land Use Plan 2-3 Figure 2- 2: Neighborhood Plan 2-5 Figure 2- 3: Plateau Conceptual Circulation Master Plan 2-29 Figure 2- 4: Valley Conceptual Circulation Master Plan 2-31 Figure 2- 5: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-33 Figure 2- 6: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-34 Figure 2- 7: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-35 Figure 2- 7A: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-36 Figure 2- 8: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-37 Figure 2- 9: Plateau Typical Gated Entries .2-38 Figure 2- 10: Valley Typical Street Sections 1 and 2 2-39 Figure 2- 11: Valley Typical Street Sections 3 and 4 2-40 Figure 2-12: Valley Typical Street Section 5 2-41 Figure 2- 13: Valley Typical Street Sections 6 and 7 2-42 Figure 2- 14: Valley Typical Street Sections 8 and 9 2-43 Figure 2-14A: Valley Roundabout Schematic 2-45 Figure 2- 15: Proposed Circulation Improvements ... 2-47 Figure 2- 16: Plateau Pedestrian/Bicycle Circulation Plan 2-49 Figure 2- 17: Valley Pedestrian/Bicycle Circulation Plan 2-51 Figure 2- 18: Plateau Proposed Sidewalk Plan 2-53 Figure 2- 19: Valley Conceptual Sidewalk Master Plan 2-55 Figure 2- 20: Plateau Conceptual Drainage Master Plan 2-63 Figure 2- 21: Valley Conceptual Drainage & Water Quality Master Plan 2-65 Figure 2- 22: Valley Conceptual Water Master Plan 2-69 Figure 2- 23: Valley Conceptual Water Master Plan 2-71 Figure 2- 24: Plateau Conceptual Sewer Master Plan 2-75 Figure 2- 25: Valley Conceptual Sewer Master Plan 2-77 Figure 2- 26: Plateau Conceptual Grading Master Plan 2-83 Figure 2- 27: Valley Conceptual Grading Master Plan 2-85 Figure 2- 27A: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-87 Figure 2- 27B: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-88 Figure 2- 27C: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-89 Figure 2- 27D: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-90 Figure 2- 27E: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-91 Figure 2- 27F: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-92 Figure 2- 27G: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-93 Figure 2- 27H: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-94 Figure 2- 271: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-95 Figure 2- 27J: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-96 Figure 2- 28: Conceptual Phasing Master Plan 2-99 Figure 2- 29: Plateau Conceptual Open Space & Recreation Master Plan 2-105 Figure 2- 30: Valley Conceptual Recreation Master Plan 2-107 Figure 2- 31: Area Wide Open Space Concept Plan 2-109 Figure 2- 32: Plateau Conceptual Landscape Master Plan 2-113 Figure 2- 33: Valley Conceptual Landscape Master Plan 2-115 Figure 2- 33A: Valley Landscape Irrigation Master Plan 2-117 Figure 2- 34: Plateau Conceptual Walls & Fences Master Plan 2-123 Figure 2- 35: Plateau Project Walls & Privacy Fences 2-125 Figure 2- 36: Plateau View Fences 2-127 Figure 2- 37: Plateau Habitat Walls & Fences 2-129 Figure 2- 38: Valley Conceptual Walls & Fences Master Plan 2-131 Figure 2-39: Valley Habitat Fence 2-133 Figure 2- 40: Valley Project Wall 2-135 Figure 2-41: Valley Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass Fence 2-137 Figure 2- 42: Valley View Fence 2-139 Figure 2- 43: Valley View Fence 2-141 Figure 2- 44: Valley 3 -Rail Lodgepole Fence 2-143 Figure 2- 45: Valley 2 -Rail Lodgepole Fence 2-145 Figure 2- 46: Valley Privacy Fence 2-147 Figure 2- 47: Plateau Off -Site Improvements - Sewer & Water 2-155 Figure 2-48: Plateau Off -Site Improvement - Street & Drainage 2-157 Figure 2-49: Valley Master Developer Improvement Areas 2-159 SECTION 3.0 Figure 3- 1: Planning Area lA and 1B 3-5 Figure 3-2: Planning Area 2 3-9 Figure 3-3: Planning Area 3 3-15 Figure 3-4: Planning Area 4A and 4B 3-21 Figure 3-5: Planning Area 5 3-25 Figure 3-6: Planning Area 6 3-29 Figure 3-7: Planning Area 7A, 7B, 7C and Open Spaces 3-33 Figure 3-8: Planning Area 9A 3-37 Figure 3-9: Planning Area 32 3-41 Figure 3-10: Plateau Landscape Master Plan 3-45 Figure 3-11: Neighborhood Park 3-49 Figure 3-12: Primary Center 3-53 Figure 3-13: Primary Club Clubhouse ELevation 3-55 Figure 3-14: Mini -Park 3-57 Figure 3-15: Plateau Trail System Master Plan 3-63 Figure 3-16: Visual Buffer Areas 3-65 Figure 3-17: Plateau Nature Walk 3-67 Figure 3-18: Primary Project Monunnetation 3-69 Figure 3-19: Staffed Gated Primary Entry (Perspective) 3-71 Figure 3-20: Staffed Gated Primary Entry (PA 3 and 4A) 3-73 Figure 3-21: Auto and Pedestrian Gated Entry 3-75 Figure 3-22: Card Key Gated Entry (PA 1A) 3-77 Figure 3-23: Card Key Gated Entry (4A and 4B) 3-79 Figure 3-24: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 9B and 13) 3-83 Figure 3-25: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 11 and 13) 3-85 Figure 3-26: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 12 and 13) 3-87 Figure 3-27: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 12 and 14) 3-89 Figure 3-28: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 22) 3-91 Figure 3-29: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 27) 3-93 Figure 3-30: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 32) 3-95 Figure 3-31: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 1A, 2, 3, and 4A) 3-99 Figure 3-32: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 4A, 4B, and 8) 3-101 Figure 3-33: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 6 and 9A) 3-103 Figure 3-34: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 9B and 11) 3-105 Figure 3-35: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 10 and 11) 3-107 Figure 3-36: Private Interior Street (Option 1) 3-111 Figure 3-37: Private Interior Street (Option 2) 3-113 Figure 3-38: Plateau Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan 3-117 Figure 3-39: Plateau Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan 3-119 Figure 3-40: Plateau Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan 3-121 Figure 3-41: Street Lighting 3-135 Figure 3-42: Street Signage 3-137 Figure 3-43: Paseo Entry Gate (Card Key Entry) 3-139 Figure 3-44: Paseo Entry Treatments 3-141 Figure 3-45: Cross Section G Open Space Plateau 3-143 Figure 346: American Farmhouse 3-148 Figure 3-47: Inspirational Photos 3-149 Figure 3-48: California Ranch 3-150 Figure 3-49: Inspirational Photos 3-151 Figure 3-50: Classic Revival 3-152 Figure 3-51: Inspirational Photos 3-153 Figure 3-52: Colonial Figure 3-154 Figure 3-53: Inspirational Photos 3-155 Figure 3-54: Contemporary Southwest, 3-156 Figure 3-55: Inspirational Photos 3-157 Figure 3-56: Craftsman 3-158 Figure 3-57: Inspirational Photos 3-159 Figure 3-58: French Cottage 3-160 Figure 3-59: Inspirational Photos »..»»...3-161 Figure 3-60: East Coast Traditional 3-162 Figure 3-61: Inspirational Photos 3-163 Figure 3-62: Italiante 3-164 Figure 3-63: Inspirational Photos 3-265 Figure 3-64: Mediterranean 3-166 Figure 3-65: Inspirational Photos 3-167 Figure 3-66: Mission 3-168 Figure 3-67: Inspirational Photos 3-169 Figure 3-68: Monterey 3-170 Figure 3-69: Inspirational Photos 3-171 Figure 3-70: Prairie Style 3-172 Figure 3-71: Inspirational Photos 3-173 Figure 3-72: Spanish Revival 3-174 Figure 3-73: Inspirational Photos 3-175 Figure 3-74: Recessed Garage 3-176 Figure 3-75: Deep Recessed Garages 3-177 Figure 3-76: Third Car - Side Located 3-178 Figure 3-77: Third Car - Tandem 3-179 Figure 3-78: Side Garage Entry 3-180 Figure 3-79: Single Width Driveways 3-181 Figure 3-80: Porte Cochere 3-182 Figure 3-81: Varied Roof Shapes 3-191 Figure 3-82: Covered Entry Porch 3-192 Figure 3-83: Courtyard Entries 3-193 Figure 3-84: Garage Door Detailing 3-194 Figure 3-85: Roof Pitches 3-197 Figure 3-86: Solar Panels 3-198 Figure 3-87: Sample Mail Kiosk 3-200 Figure 3-88: Air Conditioning Pads 3-201 Figure 3-89: Smaller Lots (hardscape & landscape concept) 3-203 Figure 3-90: LM, M1, M2 (hardscape & landscape concept) 3-204 Figure 3-91: LM, M1, M2 (hardscape concept) 3-205 Figure 3-92: LM, M1, M2 (hardscape concept) 3-206 Figure 3-93: M2 - Tandem Garage 3-207 Figure 3-94: M2 - Rear Load Garage 3-208 SECTION 4,0 Figure 4-1: Planning Area 9B 4-3 Figure 4-2: Planning Area 10 4-7 Figure 4-3: Planning Area 11 4-11 Figure 4-4: Planning Area 12 4-15 Figure 4-5: Planning Area 13 4-19 Figure 4-6: Planning Area 14 4-23 Figure 4-7: Planning Area 15 4-27 Figure 4-8: Planning Area 16A 4-31 Figure 4-9: Planning Area 16B 4-33 Figure 4-10: Planning Area 17A 4-37 Figure 4-11: Planning Area 17B .,,...439 Figure 4-12: Planning Area 18A 4-43 Figure 4-13: Planning Area 18B 4-45 Figure 4-14: Planning Area 18C 4-47 Figure 4-15: Planning Area 19 4-51 Figure 4-16: Planning Area 20A 4-55 Figure 4-17: Planning Area 20B 4-57 Figure 4-18: Planning Area 21 4-61 Figure 4-19: Planning Area 22 4-65 Figure 4-20: Planning Area 23A 4-69 Figure 4-21: Planning Area 23B 4-73 Figure 4-22: Planning Area 24 4-77 Figure 4-23: Planning Area 25 4-81 Figure 4-24: Planning Area 26 4-83 Figure 4-25: Planning Area 27 4-87 Figure 4-26: Planning Area 28 4-91 Figure 4-27: Planning Area 29 4-95 Figure 4-28: Planning Area 30 4-99 Figure 4-29: Planning Area 31A 4-103 Figure 4-30: Planning Area 31B 4-105 Figure 4-31: Planning Area 33A 4-109 Figure 4-32: Planning Area 33B 4-113 Figure 4-33: Community Sports Park 4-117 Figure 4-34: Recreation Center _. 4-121 Figure 4-35: Age Targeted Recreation Center 4-123 Figure 4-36: Middle School Site 4-127 Figure 4-37: Elementary School Facility 4-129 Figure 4-38: Trail Type A 4-133 Figure 4-39: Trail Type B 4-135 Figure 4-40: Trail Type C 4-137 Figure 4-41: Trail Type D 4-139 Figure 4-42: Trail Type E 4-141 Figure 4-43: Trail Type F 4-143 Figure 4-44: Trail Type G 4-145 Figure 4-45: Trail Type H 4-147 Figure 4-46: Trail Type I 4-149 Figure 4-47: Trail Type J 4-151 Figure 4-48: Pedestrian Bride 4-155 Figure 4-49: Typical Gated Entry Option 4-157 Figure 4-50: Project Monumentation 4-159 Figure 4-51: Round -About Monumentation 4-161 Figure 4-52: Nicolas Road Cross Section 4-165 Figure 4-52A: Nicolas Road (Calle Girasol to W. Project Boundary) Cross Section 4-167 Figure 4-53: Nicolas Road Oblique 4-169 Figure 4-54: Nicolas Road Perspective 4-171 Figure 4-55: Loop Road Cross Section 4-175 Figure 4-56: Loop Road Oblique 4-177 Figure 4-57: Loop Road Perspective 4-179 Figure 4-58: Loop Road Round -About Oblique 4-181 Figure 4-59: Loop Road Round -About Perspective 4-183 Figure 4-60: Roripaugh Valley Road Cross Section 4-187 Figure 4-61: Roripaugh Valley Road Oblique 4-189 Figure 4-62: Roripaugh Valley Road Perspective. 4-191 Figure 4-63: Fiesta Ranch Road Cross Section 4-195 Figure 4-64: Fiesta Ranch Road Oblique 4-197 Figure 4-65: Fiesta Ranch Road Perspective 4-199 Figure 4-66: Local Street - Typical Condition 4-203 Figure 4-67: Local Street Oblique Option 1 4-205 Figure 4-68: Local Street Perspective Option 1 4-207 Figure 4-69: Local Street Oblique Option 2 4-209 Figure 4-70: Local Street Perspective Option 2 4-211 Figure 4-71: Local Street Oblique Option 3 4-213 Figure 4-72: Local Street Perspective Option 3 4-215 Figure 4-73: Valley Conceptual Fuel Modification Section Location Figure 4-74: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA 10 Figure 4-75: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA 14 & 15 Figure 4-76: Valley Fuel Figure 4-77: Valley Fuel Figure 4-78: Valley Fuel Figure 4-79: Valley Fuel Figure 4-80: Valley Fuel Figure 4-81: Valley Fuel Figure 4-82: Valley Fuel Figure 4-83: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan Modification Master Plan Modification Master Plan Modification Master Plan Modification Master Plan Modification Master Plan Modification Master Plan Modification Master Plan Map 4-221 4-223 4-224 4-225 4-226 4-227 4-228 4-229 4-230 4-231 4-232 - PA16&17 - 17,22&28 - PA17 - PA18,20,24&31 ... - PA17&19 - PA14 - PA19 - PA20&21 Figure 84: Cross Section (A) Medium Density Interface 4-248 Figure 85: Cross Section (B) Medium Density Interface 4-249 Figure 86: Cross Section (C) Medium Density Interface 4-250 Figure 87: Cross Section (D) PA 12 &14 Residential Interface 4-251 Figure 88: Cross Section (F) South Project Boundary Interface 4-253 Figure 89: Cross Section (H) Low Residential Density Interface 4-254 Figure 4-90: American Farmhouse 4-258 Figure 4-91: California Ranch 4-259 Figure 4-92: Classic Revival 4-260 Figure 4-93: Colonial 4-261 Figure 4-94: Contemporary Southwest. 4-262 Figure 4-95: Craftsman 4-263 Figure 4-96: East Coast Traditional 4-264 Figure 4-97: French Cottage 4-265 Figure 4-98: ltaliante 4-266 Figure 4-99: Mediterranean 4-267 Figure 4-100: Mission 4-268 Figure 4-101: Monterey 4-269 Figure 4-102: Prairie Style 4-270 Figure 4-103: Spanish Revival 4-271 Figure 4-104: Recessed Garage 4-272 Figure 4-105: Deep Recessed Garages 4-273 Figure 4-106: Third Car - Side Located 4-274 Figure 4-107: Porte Cochere 4-275 Figure 4-108: Single Width Driveways 4-276 Figure 4-109: Varied Roof Shapes 4-284 Figure 4-110: Covered Entry Porch 4-285 Figure 4-111: Courtyard Entries 4-286 Figure 4-112: Garage Door Detailing 4-287 Figure 4-113: Roof Pitches 4-290 Figure 4-114: Solar Panels 4-291 Figure 4-115: Sample Mail Kiosk 4-293 Figure 4-116: Air Conditioning Pads 4-294 Figure 4-117: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (10 DU Hammerhead) 4-297 Figure 4-118: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (10 DU Cul -de -Sac) 4-298 Figure 4-119: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (8 DU Thru-Street) 4-299 Figure 4-120: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (10 DU Alley Access Scheme) 4-300 Figure 4-121: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (10 DU Rear Loaded Garages) 4-301 Figure 4-122: M2 - Tandem Garage 4-302 Figure 4-123: M2 - Rear Load Garage 4-303 Figure 4-124: Smaller Lots - Hardscape & Landscape Concept 4-304 Figure 4-125: LM, Ml, M2 - Hardscape & Landscape Concept 4-305 Figure 4-126: LM, M1, M2 - Hardscape Concept 4-306 Figure 4-127: LM, M1, M2 - Hardscape Concept 4-307 Figure 4-128: American Farmhouse 4-310 Figure 4-129: California Ranch 4-311 Figure 4-130: Classic Revival 4-312 Figure 4-131: Colonial 4-313 Figure 4-132: Contemporary Southwest 4-314 Figure 4-133: Craftsman 4-315 Figure 4-134: East Coast Traditional 4-316 Figure 4-135: French Cottage 4-317 Figure 4-136: Italiante 4-318 Figure 4-137: Mediterranean 4-319 Figure 4-138: Mission 4-320 Figure 4-139: Monterey 4-321 Figure 4-140: Prairie 4-322 Figure 4-141: Spanish Revival 4-323 Figure 4-142: Neighborhood Commercial 4-333 SECTION 5 No figures listed in Section 5. SECTION 6 Figure 6-1: Landscape Maintenance Responsibility Master Plan 6-23 LIST OF TABLES Eecutive Summary Table ES -1: Proposed Land Uses ES -5 SECTION 1 Table 1-1: Procedural Approval Authority..... 1-19 SECTION 2 Table 2-1: Residential Land Uses by Land Use 2-7 Table 2-2 Proposed Land Uses by Planning Areas (PA) 2-12 SECTION 3 No tables listed in Section 3. SECTION 4 No tables listed in Section 4. SECTION 5 Table 5.1: Schedule of Permitted Uses - Residential Districts 5-5 Table 5-2: Development Standards - Residential Districts 5-6 Table 5-2.1: Accessory Structure Setbacks 5-8 Table 5-2.2: Maximum Encroachments into Required Yard Areas 5-9 Table 5-3: Schedule of Permitted Uses - Neighborhood Commercial Center (PA -11) 5-11 Table 5-4: Development Standards - Neighborhood Commercial (Commercial Uses - PA 11) 5-16 Table 5-5: Schedule of Permitted Uses - Parks and Recreational Uses 5-17 Table 5-6: Development Standards - Parks and Open Space Standards 5-18 SECTION 6 Table 6-1 Project Fair Share Contributions ...... 6-3 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction to Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 Upon adoption by the City Council, this document will represent Amendment No. 4 to the Roripaugh Valley Specific Plan (SPA). This Amendment proposes revisions to the Roripaugh Ranch Project that reflect changes in densities, Tots sizes, specific planning area acreages, home product type, and the design guidelines as they pertain to Valley Neighborhood (also referred to as Phase 2 of the project. In addition, Planning Areas (9B, 10, 11, and 12 of the Plateau Neighborhood (also part of Phase 2) are now incorporated with only minor revisions and clarifications. No changes are proposed to the other planning areas of the Plateau Neighborhood (Phase 1) which includes Planning Areas 1 through 9A. Many of the figures that previously related to both the Plateau and Valley Neighborhoods have been revised or deleted to reflect only the Plateau Neighborhood where changes are proposed that affect only the Valley Neighborhood. This SPA also incorporates and updates changes to the body of the text document resulting from the three prior specific plan amendments. Note that at the time of preparation of this SPA, Phase 1 construction and improvements in the Plateau Neighborhood were underway. The following criteria will apply to the Specific Plan and the Specific Plan Amendment: • Reviewers of the Specific Plan document will review the Amendment and its associated modifications to the Standards and Guidelines prior to consulting the associated sections of the prior, approved Specific Plan document. • Whenever there are discrepancies between the information contained in the Specific Plan Amendment and the Specific Plan, the information contained within the Specific Plan Amendment shall prevail. General Plan Amendment A General Plan Amendment (GPA) is proposed concurrent with SPA No. 4, which amends the Land Use Element for the Phase 2 Planning Areas of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. Specifically, the GPA (PA17-1640) changes the existing Open Space, Neighborhood Commercial, Public Institutional, and the Low, Low Medium, and Medium Residential Designations of the Roripaugh Ranch Phase 2 Planning Areas to the Specific Plan Implementation Designation (SPI). This change maintains the Specific Plan's consistency with the existing General Plan Land Use Element by permitting no increase in the Project's overall density of 2,015 dwelling units and maintaining larger lot sizes along Project's boundary adjacent to existing development. However, it provides flexibility necessary for a greater variety of lot sizes and types of housing, including the potential development of multi -family residential on the designated school sites in the event the School District determines one or both of the sites are not needed. See Figure ES -4. Summary of Specific Plan Contents The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan document is divided into six sections and is summarized as follows: RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -1 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Section 1 - General Plan Consistency This section analyzes the Specific Plan's consistency with the goals and policies of the City of Temecula General Plan. This section also discusses the project's consistency with the goals and policies of the Subregional Comprehensive Plan of the Western Riverside County of Governments (WRCOG) and the Regional Comprehensive Plan (RCP). Section 2 - Specific Plan Components This section identifies the specific plan components and establishes the criteria for land use, circulation, drainage, public facilities, grading, landscaping, open space and recreation, phasing, walls and fences, offsite improvements, design and development standards. Section 3 - Plateau Neighborhood Development Standards and Design Guideline This section outlines the descriptive summary, land use, circulation, landscape, walls and fences, and planning standards for each planning area within the Plateau portion of the plan. This section also includes design guidelines for the Plateau Neighborhood portion of the Specific Plan (now also referred to as Phase 1) which will serve as criteria for use by planners, architects, landscape architects, engineers, builders and future property owners. They will provide a viable framework and clear direction during the development process without limiting innovative design. The following Planning Areas are addressed in this section: 1A, 1 B, 2, 3, 4A, 4B, 5, 6, 7A, 7B, 8, and 9A. Section 4 - Valley Neighborhood Development Standards and Design Guidelines This section outlines the descriptive summary, land use, circulation, landscape, walls and fences, and planning standards for each planning area within the Valley portion of the plan. This section also includes design guidelines for the Valley portion which will serve as criteria for use by planners, architects, landscape architects, engineers, builders and future property owners. They will provide a viable framework and clear direction during the development process without liming innovative design. The following Planning Areas are addressed in this section: 9B, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16A, 16B, 17A, 17B, 18A, 18B, 18C, 19, 20A, 20B, 21, 22, 23A, 23B, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31A, 31B, 32, 33A and 33B. Section 5 - Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance This section provides a description of the zoning districts, which are intended to be consistent with the land use designations that are described in the specific plan. The zoning districts are established to implement the goals and objectives of the Specific Plan. Section 6 - Implementation This section provides a table identifying the timing and responsibility of improvements within the Phase Il of the Roripaugh Ranch project. Note that at the time of the application of SPA #4, Phase I construction was under way/or completed, therefore provisions related to Phase I have been deleted. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -2 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan project is located in Western Riverside County at the northeast corner of the City of Temecula. The City of Murrieta is located two to three miles west of the project site. Temecula is approximately 60 miles north of San Diego and 30 miles south of Riverside. Within the City of Temecula, Roripaugh Ranch is approximately two miles east of the convergence of the 1- 215 and 1-15 freeways at Murrieta Hot Springs Road as depicted in Figure ES -1, Regional Location Map, and Figure ES -2, Area Wide Project Vicinity Map. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan authorizes a maximum of 2,015 dwelling units on approximately 804.7 acres with a gross density of 2.5 units/acre and a net residential density of 4.9 units/acre. Additional uses include 15.2 acres of neighborhood commercial, 32.6 acres for two school sites (elementary and middle school), 28.5 acres for two public park sites and trailhead/park and ride facility, 10.3 acres for three private recreation centers and a 0.3 acre private mini -park, a 2.0 acre fire station site, 35.3 acres for flood control purposes, 203.8 acres of open space and 21.2 acres of landscape slope. Project Site The City of Temecula is located in the Temecula Valley along the 1-15 and I-215 freeways near the southern portion of Riverside County, just north of San Diego County. The San Jacinto Mountains are visible to the northeast and east, while the mountains of the Cleveland National Forest are visible to the west. The area surrounding the project site consists of rolling hills and valleys that have been actively farmed since the early 1900's. Roripaugh Ranch is located entirely within the City of Temecula following annexation of the Valley portion of the Project on February 6th, 2003. The City's Land Use Element (LUE) identifies the entire project site as having a Specific Plan Area Overlay, and is designated with six land use designations (Low Density Residential, Low Medium Density Residential, Medium Density Residential, Public Institutional, Neighborhood Commercial, and Open Space.). Abutting the northern and eastern boundaries of Roripaugh Ranch is the Johnson Ranch property, while the Rancho Bella Vista Specific Plan area abuts the project site north of the Plateau area. Existing large lot residential development (i.e., half -acre to 2.5 -acre) is located south and west of Roripaugh Ranch. (Figure ES -3) Project Description This Specific Plan has been prepared to guide the overall development of the project site. In addition to new homes, the project will also provide supporting land uses such as private recreation centers, schools, a neighborhood commercial center, public parks, paseos /trails, flood control facilities and natural open space. Table ES -1 summarizes the proposed land uses, while Figure 2-1 shows the proposed land use plan. The Specific Plan identifies thirty-three planning areas. The project allows for a maximum of 2,015 dwelling units on a variety of single-family lot sizes and types, ranging from 3,000 square feet to one acre in lot size. Roripaugh Ranch will include 76 single-family detached units in the Low Residential density category (1.3 du/ac), 14 single-family detached units in the Low Residential -Estate category (1.7 du/ac), 1,031 single-family detached units in the Low Medium Residential density category (4.2 du/ac), 199 single-family detached units RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -3 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY in the Medium Residential (1) density category (4.4 du/ac) and 361 single-family detached units in the Medium Residential (2) density category (8.5du/ac). The Specific Plan also authorizes a number of multi -family residential units on the designated school sites should the School District determine that development of one or both of the proposed schools are no longer necessary. The maximum density allowed on these school sites is 20 units/acre, provided that the maximum number of dwelling units of 2,015 permitted for the Specific Plan is not exceeded. Two public parks are planned within the project site. This includes a 21.3 -acre Community Sports Park (Planning Area 27) and a 5.1 acre Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6). Both parks are planned to include playing fields, courts, children's play areas and related facilities. One private park and three private recreation centers are proposed within the Roripaugh Ranch project. A 0.3 acre private Mini -Park (Planning Area 1B) is planned which will be a recreation facility only serving the Roripaugh Ranch residents. Two recreation centers are proposed in the Valley Neighborhood (Planning Areas 23B and 30), and a third recreation center will be located in the Plateau Neighborhood (Planning Area 5). The public and private parks and private recreation centers are linked by series of paseos and/or walking paths, sidewalks and trails. The project also plans for a 12.2 acre elementary school site (Planning Area 29), and a 20.4 acre middle school site (Planning Area 28) for the Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD). As noted above, the Specific Plans provide for the development of single-family or multi -family units at a maximum density of 20 dwelling units per acre should the TVUSD not proceed with schools at one or both of the planned school sites. Development of the school sites in residential use may not result in the total maximum number of dwelling units exceeding the 2,015 permitted for the Specific Plan. A 15.2 acre Neighborhood Commercial site is planned in the northeast section of the Plateau Neighborhood (Planning Area 11). The Neighborhood Commercial site is located at the intersection of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Butterfield Stage Road, and is also bordered by Roripaugh Valley Road. A 2.0 -acre Fire Station (Station #95) is also located at the intersection of Calle Chapos and Butterfield Stage Road. Approximately half of the open space proposed in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan is in the Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash channels for flood control purposes. Planning Areas 9A, 9B and 13 are compatible with the open space/habitat conservation areas established within the adjacent Johnson Ranch and Rancho Bella Vista Specific Plan areas. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan will set aside approximately 203.8 acres for biological habitat to meet the requirements of AD 161- SHCP and will he recorded for open space uses only. The Long Valley Wash (Planning Areas 25 and 26) functions as a flood control channel and other flood control improvements will be in the Plateau area in Phase I. The improved Long Valley Walsh channel will allow for plant growth in the sandy bottom, and restored, native vegetative sidewalls. Planning Areas 7B and 7C will be designed as detention basins to allow for drainage from the "Plateau" neighborhood. A 19.5 acre landscape slope area is located in Planning Area 7A in the Plateau. An additional 1.7 acres of landscape slope is located in Planning Area 6. All of the drainage and flood control areas will be maintained by an HOA. Table ES -1 provides the breakdown of land uses within the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. Table 2- 2 provides the breakdown by Planning Areas. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -4 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Table ES -1: Proposed Land Uses Land Use/Specific Plan Density (units/acres_ Acres Percent Density (du/ac) Total Units Residential Low 58.5 7.3 1.3 76 Low Estate 8.1 1.0 1.7 14 Low -Medium 242.8 30.2 4.2 1,031 Medium (1) 55.0 6.8 4.4 199 Medium (2) 42.6 5.3 8.5 361 Sub -Total 407.0 50.6 4.21 1681' Non -Residential Neighborhood Commercial 15.2 1.9 Schools' 32.6 4.1 Fire Station Site 2.0 .03 Private Recreation 10.6 1.3 Public Parks 28.5 3.5 Flood Control 35.3 4.4 Habitat 203.8 25.3 Landscape Slope 21.2 2.6 Roadways2 48.5 6.0 Sub -Total 397.7 49.4 TOTAL 804.73 100 2.5 2,01S 1. Planning Areas zoned Multi -Family Attached Residential are designated for Middle and Elementary School development. See Section 4 for optional multi -family residential use. Maximum residential density 20 du/ac is allowed in accordance with a High Density Residential zone designation, and provided the total maximum number of dwelling units may not exceed 2,015 dwellings units. 2. Total area of roadways includes both public and private streets. Roadway area may differ slightly depending upon variations in subdivision design. 3. Minor acreage adjustments may be made between PA's during TTM implementation and final engineering. 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Nrpneprfwr+e Cetnn.6da1 (NC) Pub9c IratllWb0a1 Facilities (P1) Vlnayarda/Apr.ouovel (VA) OP�rl 8waa (08) W ',PI PROJECT VICINITY MAP M 'I RICK 1tt 1 I� PIO BOG RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN t tilt) RR Poen d0n6a: lI/W l7 G..wdPdt Wde:Oy0lT 00 7012 General Plan Amendment PA17-1640 ES -1 1 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUCH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -12 SECTION 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Project Objectives The Specific Plan aims to achieve the following objectives: • Create a unique master -planned residential community with a variety of gated neighborhoods in northeast Temecula; • Provide a variety of quality housing compatible with existing and planned growth; • Consider natural features and resources and incorporate open space into a community system that benefits residents and important native species; • Provide unifying community themes throughout the development; • Help provide public improvements including park sites and school sites to serve project residents and the surrounding community; • Provide backbone public infrastructure (i.e. roads, utilities) to serve project residents and the surrounding community, including full improvement of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road (both onsite and offsite), Nicolas Road, and partial improvements to Calle Chapos and Calle Girasol; • Provide a critical Zink to the Eastern Bypass Corridor (Butterfield Stage Road and Murrieta Hot Springs Road); • Provide a variety of public and private recreational facilities and opportunities with a system of trails, paths, and paseos for pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians; • Provide improved flood and fire protection for existing and future residents; • Preserve biological habitat consistent with Assessment District 161 Sub -Regional Habitat Conservation Plan; • Be consistent with established policies and goals of the City's General Plan, or recommend necessary amendments to the General Plan; • Minimize impacts to surrounding uses and residents; • Minimize impacts to existing City services, utilities, and finances; and • Provide neighborhood commercial uses to serve residents and benefit the City's economy and finances. Specific Plan History The original project that was submitted to Planning Commission on August 15, 2001 and approved by the City Council on November 26, 2002, included 1,721 units on 819.7 acres with a gross density of 2.1 units/acre and a net density of 4.06 units/acre. At that time, the project included 1,286 single-family units, 435 multi -family units, 33.7 acres with an estimated 190,000 square feet of commercial uses, 32.6 acres for two school sites (elementary and middle school), 23.6 acres for two onsite parks, a 2.0 -acre fire station, and 255.3 acres of open space. The following history of project changes provides summaries of previous specific plan amendments in order, starting with the most recent amendment, proceeding to the first amendment. Descriptive Summary of Changes - Third Amendment to the Specific Plan On March 8, 2016, a Third Amendment to the Specific Plan was adopted by the City Council via Resolution No. 16-17. This Third Amendment modified the schedule and building permit thresholds for Public Improvements associated with what is now referred to Phase II of the Roripaugh Ranch development project, which includes the Valley Neighborhood and PAs 9B, 10, 11, 12 and 33A and 33B of the Plateau Neighborhood. No other changes to the Project design were proposed. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -13 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY It should be noted that at the time Resolution No. 16-17 was adopted, the amendment was erroneously referred to as Amendment No. 2. Since a prior Amendment No. 2 was adopted in February 2006, it is proposed that the amendment approved in March 2016 is hereinafter referred to as the Third Amendment and this naming convention carry forward. Descriptive Summary of Changes - Amendment No. 2 On February 28, 2006, Amendment No. 2 to the Specific Plan was adopted by the City Council via Resolution No. 06-02. This amendment changed the designation of Planning Area 33B from Low Density (L) Residential to Open Space (OS) thus allowing for the incorporation a Park -and -Ride and trail head facilities into Planning Area 33B. Revisions to the Specific Plan are detailed below: Section I Section I of the Specific Plan Amendment No.2 contained the following modifications on revised pages 9 and 10, and Figure 1-3. 1.2.1 (Evaluate Opportunities for Open Space) -Corrected the open space acreage and inserted a reference to the park and ride facility. Section It Section 11 of the Specific Plan Amendment No.2 contained the following modifications on revised pages 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 20, 23, 24, 25, 52 and 53, and Figures 2-1, 2-2, 2-5C, and 2-11. 2.1.1 (Project Description -Valley Neighborhood) Language was added designating Planning Area 33B as the location of the Park and Ride and trail head facilities and adds a brief discussion of the park and ride under open space components. 2.1.2 (Residential Uses) - Corrected the acreage to reflect the designation of Planning Area 33B as Open Space. (Table 2-2) - Separated Planning Areas 33A and 33B. 2.1.3 (Land Use Project Development Standards) - Incorporated the park and ride into the project description, added total residential acreage, and removed Planning Area 33B from the list of residential areas. 2.2.6 (Phasing of Road Improvements) - Modified Item 9 to reflect the park and ride in Planning Area 33B. 2.2.7 (Alternative Transportation) - Textual changes were made designating Planning Area 33B as the location of the Park and Ride facility. 2.2.9 (Project Development Standards) Textual changes were made designating Planning Area 33B as the location of the Park and Ride facility and referencing the correct corresponding Figures. 2.8.1 Identified the park and ride as an open space component of the project and corrected the total open space acreage. Section Ill RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -14 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Section 111 of the Specific Plan Amendment No.2 contained the following modifications on revised pages 33, 34,95, 96, 97, 98, and Figure 3-28. 3.11.1 (Descriptive Summary) Language was incorporated describing the Park and Ride facility and designating Planning Area 33B as its location. 3.11.3 (Planning Standards -Circulation Standards) Remove references to the park and ride facility. 3.30.1 (Descriptive Summary) - Adjust the acreage and remove references to Planning Area 33B. 3.30.3 (Planning Standards, Circulation Standards, Miscellaneous Standards) - Remove the discussion of the park and ride and Planning Area 33B. 3.31. Create a new Section containing the provisions for Planning Area 33B and the park and ride facility. Section IV Section IV of the Specific Plan Amendment No. 2 contained the following modification. 4.13.10 Modify Figure 4-90 to remove the park and ride from the commercial center. Section V Section V of the Specific Plan Amendment No. 2 contained the following modifications on revised pages 1, 4, 7, 8,18,19, and 20. 5.1 Remove Planning Area 33B from Low Density and describe Planning Area 33B as a park and ride under #3, Parks and Open Space discussion. 5.3.1 (Description of Residential Districts -Low Density Residential) Planning Area 33B was deleted from this section. 5.3.3 (Development Standards) - Remove Planning Area 33B from the list of low Density Planning Areas. 5.5 Add Planning Area 33B to the list of Open Space Planning Areas. 5.5.2 (Use Regulations) - Add Planning Area 33B to the list of Planning Areas for the Open Space 2 district Add Park and Ride to the schedule of uses. Designate "Park and Ride" as a permitted use in the Open Space 3 District 5.5.3 (Development Standards) - Add Planning Area 33B under the list of Planning Areas subject to the OS requirements. Inserted the language to require Planning and Community Services approval of development in Planning Area 33B as directed. Descriptive Summary of Changes - Amendment No. 1 On January 11, 2005, Amendment No.1 to the Specific Plan was adopted by the City Council via Resolution No. 05-08. This amendment introduced the Low Density Estate (L -E) Residential RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -15 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY designation which was applied to Planning Area 10, and provided for the allowance of single-family detached units in Planning Areas 12, 14, and 15. This amendment also called for revisions pertaining to acreage, overall density, and minimum lots sizes in Planning Areas 1A, 7B, 10, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 27, 33A, & 33B. Additionally, revisions were made to the zoning ordinance, design guidelines, and multiple tables and exhibits to reflect the aforementioned changes. Descriptive Summary of Changes Section 1 1.1 This Section provided an Introduction to the Specific Plan and the Specific Plan Amendment. It included the approval date, the Specific Plan components, a project description of the approved Plan and a brief introduction to the Specific Plan Amendment. 1.2 This Section contained specific criteria that will apply to the Specific -Plan and the Specific Plan Amendment. 1.3 It included a descriptive Summary of the changes. Section II Section II of the Specific Plan Amendment contained the following modifications: • Table 2-1 (Residential Land Uses by Land Use Designations; • Table 2-2 (Proposed Land Uses by Planning Areas (PA); • Section 2.10 (Walls and Fences Master Plan) based on changes to• Planning Areas 1A, 78, 10, 12 and 27; and • A footnote has been added to Table 2-2, which indicated the Specific Planning Areas where single story elevations will be required. Single -story elevations will be required in Planning Areas in which the minimum lot sizes are 5,000 square feet and larger. These Planning Areas are: 10, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 33A, & 33B. All other Planning Areas will not contain minimum lot sizes that are conducive for single -story elevations. Section Il[ Section Ill of the Specific Plan Amendment contained the modifications to acreage, overall units, density, and minimum lot size consistent with Table 2-2 (Proposed Land Uses by Planning Areas (PA), for the following Planning Areas: • Planning Area 1A; • Planning Area 7B; • Planning Area 10; • Planning Area 12; and • Planning Area 27 Section IV Section IV of the Specific Plan Amendment Addendum contained the following modifications: RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -16 SECTION ES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY • To the language and Figures for the Fuel Modification of Open Space as it relates to Planning Areas 10,13,14,15, 16, 17 and 19 and Figures 4-34A, 4 -34B -1,4-34B-2, 4-34C-1 and 4-34C-2; and • Modifications to the Architectural Design Guidelines text and Figures for the architectural style that will be encouraged in the Specific Plan. Section V Section V of the Specific Plan Amendment contained the following: • Amended Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance; • Standards were added to the low Density Estates (L -E) for Planning Area 10; • Allowing single-family detached units in Planning Areas 12, 14 and 15; • Table 5.1(Schedule of Permitted Uses- Residential Districts) has been expanded to include the L -E designation; • Table 52-1 (Accessory Structures Setbacks) were added; and • Table 5.2-2 Maximum Encroachments into Required Yard Areas) were added RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ES -17 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-18 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY 1.0 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY The project is generally consistent with the goals of the City of Temecula General Plan. The project is primarily residential land and will not contribute significant new employment to this "housing rich" area. Otherwise, the project is consistent with the goals and policies of the Sub -regional Comprehensive Plan of the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) and the Regional Comprehensive Plan (RCP) of the Southern California Association of Governments. The project proposes suburban density uses in a largely rural area and so is not fully consistent with existing uses or rural policies. 1.0.1 Land Use Element General Plan Goal 1: "A diverse and integrated mix of residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, public and open space land uses." Analysis - The project creates unified, cohesive neighborhoods with a neighborhood -level commercial center. In addition to these land uses, Roripaugh Ranch provides neighborhood amenities as well as open space, schools and recreational facilities. The development proposal is sensitive to adjacent existing and proposed land uses. The Specific Plan provides well- defined development standards and design guidelines to guide private sector planning and development for all types of uses with the exception of industrial uses. General Plan Goal 3: "A City of diversified development character where rural land historical areas are protected and co -exist with newer urban development." Analysis - The proposed land uses are more intense than the existing agricultural and rural residential uses that the area currently supports. However, lot sizes vary from smaller Tots in the interior of the project to large lots around the perimeter adjacent to existing rural areas. In addition, the proposed habitat resource areas and Santa Gertrudis Creek will contribute to the continued rural nature of the area by preserving open space between development areas. General Plan Goal 4: "Orderly annexation and development of unincorporated areas within Temecula's Sphere of Influence." Analysis - The project site was annexed to the City of Temecula following approval of the Specific Plan on February 6, 2003. Being directly adjacent to the city limits, annexation and development of the property was consistent with the orderly progress of growth desired by the City and WRCOG. General Plan Goal 5: "A land use pattern that protects and enhances the residential neighborhoods." Analysis - he Specific Plan clearly defines land uses, and establishes development standards, regulations and building criteria for each land use type. These regulations which include land use intensities, setback requirements, lighting and landscaping standards, and signage regulations all contribute toward the protection of proposed residential neighborhoods in the area as well as some reduction of possible negative impacts to RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-1 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY adjacent properties. Rural areas adjacent to the east and south sides of the project will be buffered with one-half acre Tots along the boundary with smaller lots "inside" of the one-half acre Tots. A one -acre minimum lot size is maintained for the west edge of Planning Area 33A. The development plan provided in this Specific Plan authorizes up to 2015 residential units and includes a series of multi -use trails. Class II bicycle lanes, paseos and a pedestrian bridge that help connect the various neighborhoods as well as the support uses such as educational, recreational and commercial facilities proposed within the project site. General Plan Goal 6: "A development pattern that preserves aesthetics and enhances the environmental resources of the Planning Area." Analysis — The project has been designed to conserve the valuable natural resources associated with Santa Gertrudis Creek as well as the sage scrub community found on the northern 200 acres of the project site. General Plan Goal 8: "A City compatible and coordinated with regional land use and transportation patterns." Analysis - The project is consistent with the General Plan of the City of Temecula and the County of Riverside, and therefore consistent with applicable regional planning efforts. General Plan Amendment - As part of this SPA 4, a General Plan Amendment is being processed concurrently to adjust the underlying land use designations to Specific Plan Implementation (SPI), within the Planning Areas located in Phase 2 of the Project. However, it is consistent with 3.0 units per acre which is the specified density for this property in the General Plan. A General Plan Amendment (GPA) to the Land Use Element was processed in concert with the original Specific Plan approval and adjusted land use category boundaries and established overall densities on the project In addition, the General Plan Specific Plan Overlay adopted previously under the original Specific Plan was amended as a part of this project to include Planning Areas 33A and 33B. 1.0.2 Circulation Element General Plan Goal 1: "Strive to maintain a Level of Service "D" or better at intersections within the City during peak hours and Level of Service "C" or better during non -peak hours." Analysis - The design criteria and standards for vehicular circulation facilities will maintain acceptable levels of service at most intersections throughout the project site. However, several intersections beyond the project boundary are expected to exceed this standard, in some circumstances, whether the project is built or not. General Plan Goal 2: "A regional transportation system that accommodates the safe and efficient movement of people and goods to and from the community". Analysis - The circulation system proposed for the Roripaugh Ranch is consistent with both the County of Riverside and City of Temecula General Plans and implements the applicable circulation components of the circulation elements of both General Plans. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-2 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY General Plan Goal 4: "'A truck circulation system that provides for the safe and efficient transport of commodities and also minimizes noise, air pollution and traffic impacts to the City." Analysis - The proposed circulation and land use plans for the project allow access for trucks to the neighborhood commercial center (PA -11) as well as to residential uses in the project. Potential impacts from noise, air quality and traffic associated with truck traffic will be mitigated to the greatest extent feasible as discussed in the EIR. General Plan Goal 5: "Safe and efficient alternatives to motorized travel throughout the City." Analysis - The proposed plan includes a network of pedestrian, bicycle and equestrian trails within the project site that provide opportunity to access all land uses within as well as outside the community by way of non -vehicular travel. General Plan Goal 6: "Enhanced traffic safety on City streets." Analysis - The design standards for streets and circulation facilities established within this Specific Plan are generally consistent with City standards and include safety for those who utilize these facilities as a primary component. General Plan Goal 7: "An adequate supply of private and public parking to meet the needs of residents and visitors to the City." Analysis - The development standards established within the Specific Plan require adequate off-street parking in accordance with City standards to be provided by builders for all land uses proposed within the project site. General Plan Amendment - Although the proposed Specific Plan is generally consistent with the goals and policies of the Circulation Element (CE), the project proposed several roadway cross- sections that differed from those in the approved CEA. A General Plan Amendment (GPA) to the Circulation Element was processed in concert with the Specific Plan, which eliminated through access on Calle Contento at the eastern property line of the Roripaugh Ranch project site, and upgraded the designation for Butterfield Stage Road from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to Nicolas Road. 1.0.3 Housing Element General Plan Goal 1: "Provide a diversity of housing opportunities that satisfy the physical, social, and economic needs of existing and future residents of Temecula." Analysis - The project proposes to provide a variety of single-family detached housing on individual lots ranging in size from 3,000 square feet to 1 acre, with an overall project density of 2.56 dwelling units per acre on 804.7 acres. The net residential density on land designated as residential will approach 4,9 dwelling units per/acre. The proposed housing mix will provide opportunity and assist in satisfying various segments of the local housing market. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-3 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY General Plan Goal 2: "Provide affordable housing for all economic segments of Temecula." Analysis - The project will provide a variety of housing types and lot sizes, including more variety of higher density, single-family detached units, which will provide housing opportunities for many economic segments in the City. General Plan Goal 3: "Remove governmental constraints on the maintenance, improvement and development of housing, where appropriate and legally possible." Analysis - The proposed Specific Plan offers the opportunity for the City of Temecula to assist in the improvement and development of housing in this area. General Plan Goal 4: "Conserve the existing affordable housing stock" Not applicable. General Plan Goal 5: "Provide equal housing opportunity for all residents of Temecula" Analysis - The project will offer housing to a wide variety of residents of the City of Temecula, with single family homes ranging from 3,000 square foot lots to up to one acre. Additionally, in the event that Planning Area 28 and/or 29 is developed into Multi -Family residential, the project will also offer as many as 400 attached units. This project will therefore provide a wide variety of housing opportunities to City residents. 1.0.4 Open Space and Conservation Element General Plan Goal 1: "A high quality parks and recreation system that meets the diverse recreation needs of residents." Analysis - The project proposes a 21.3 acre public Sports Park in addition to the 187.3 acres of open space, and neighborhood and community parks and one community park which will contribute to the recreational opportunities and make additional amenities available to the residents of the City of Temecula. In addition, the project offers a number of private recreational facilities and amenities including trails and a trail head facility with ample parking to further meet the needs of project and community residents. General Plan Goal 2: "Conservation and protection of surface water, groundwater and imported water resources." Analysis - Over two thirds (69%) of the site will continue to have pervious surfaces which will allow for continued percolation of rainfall on the site. The project will also meet all applicable regional and state regulations regarding water quality. General Plan Goal 3: "Conservation of important biological habitats and protection of plant and animal species of concern, wildlife movement corridors, and general biodiversity." Analysis - By maintaining and conserving the primary watercourses and riparian habitat which exist within the project site, this Specific Plan assists in the conservation of important biological habitats, protects plant and animal species of concern, and maintains wildlife movement corridors. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-4 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY General Plan Goal 4: "Conservation of energy resources through the use of available technology and conservation practices." Analysis - All programs and mechanisms available to conserve energy resources will be promoted within this development, including but not limited to solid waste disposal, alternative modes of transportation, and efficient lighting systems. General Plan Goal 5: "Conservation of open space areas for a balance of recreation, scenic enjoyment, and protection of natural resources and features." Analysis - The Specific Plan conserves the major habitat areas which support sensitive wildlife and plants life in the area as well as existing watercourses within the project boundaries. The Specific Plan incorporates these features into the overall open space/recreation plan, while protecting the habitats of natural resources found in the area. The proposed open space plan is consistent with the open space plans for the neighboring Rancho Bella Vista and Johnson Ranch projects. General Plan Goal 6: "Preservation of significant historical and cultural resources." Analysis - The site does not contain any identified significant resources. Grading will be monitored to assure that any buried resources are properly identified and mitigated General Plan Goal 7: "Protection of prime agricultural land from conversion to urbanized uses." Analysis - The property was formally removed from Agriculture Preserve status in 1995, and eventual development and urbanization of the property has been formally planned and considered by the City of Temecula. The land owner has indicated that continued dry farming is no longer economically feasible. General Plan Goal 8: "Development of a trail system that serves both recreational and transportation needs." Analysis - The trail system within the community includes opportunity for pedestrian, bicycle and equestrian users to move to and from the property and surrounding properties. General Plan Goal 9: "Protection of dark skies from intrusive light sources which may impact the Palomar Observatory." Analysis - All proposed outdoor lighting for commercial, residential, and park areas will conform to the Mt Palomar Observatory Lighting Standards. 1.0.5 Growth Management/Public Facilities Element Goal 1: "Cooperative management of growth among local governments within Riverside General Plan County." Analysis- The project proponents have consulted, communicated, and discussed relevant issues with local, state and federal agencies having jurisdiction over the development of the property. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-5 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY General Plan Goal 2: "Orderly and efficient patterns of growth that enhance the quality of life for Temecula residents." Analysis - The public services, as well as recreational facilities that are proposed win promote orderly and efficient patterns of growth in Temecula and enhance the quality of life for residents. Additionally, the natural open space/habitat conservation areas proposed will enhance the quality of life for residents by conserving land housing sensitive wildlife and plant life. General Plan Goal 3: "Effective and cost-efficient police, fire, and emergency medical services within the City." Analysis - Project proponents will participate in those applicable and equitable programs established to ensure the adequate provision of police, fire and emergency services to the area. In addition, a two -acre fire station site was dedicated to the City as part of the Project. General Plan Goal 4: "A quality school system that contains adequate facilities and funding to educate the youth of Temecula" Analysis - The Specific Plan identifies one elementary and one middle school site to be located within the project boundaries. Appropriate agreements and financial arrangements will be pursued with the school district for the financing of the school facility construction. Development of the middle school site is dependent upon a determination by the TVUSD to construct the facility. General Plan Goal 5: "Public and quasi -public facilities and services that provide for the social, cultural, civic, religious, and recreational needs of the community." Analysis - Two public park sites are proposed within the project site which will help meet the recreational needs of project residents and also assist in meeting the recreational needs of the larger Temecula community. In addition, a private mini -park and three private recreation centers are proposed within the project site. General Plan Goal 6: "A water and wastewater infrastructure system that supports existing and future development in the planning area." Analysis - As outlined in the Water and Sewer Master Plans, the project proponents will participate in those existing infrastructure improvement programs which win result in the extension and improvement of necessary water and wastewater systems. General Plan Goal 7: "An effective, safe and environmentally compatible flood control system." Analysis - The Drainage and Water Quality Master Plan achieves an effective and safe flood control system while being environmentally compatible by monitoring runoff water quality and by maintaining natural water courses wherever possible. General Plan Goal 8: "A solid waste management system providing safe and efficient collection, transportation, recovery and disposal of waste." RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-6 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY Analysis - The project will comply with all required solid waste reduction measures and implement existing collection, transportation, recovery and disposal practices. General Plan Goal 9: "Adequate electrical, natural gas, and telecommunication systems to meet the new development demand." Analysis - All necessary utility services and facilities will be available to project residents. 1.0.6 Public Safety Element General Plan Goal 1: "Protection from natural hazards associated with geologic instability, seismic events, wild land fires, flooding, and dam failures." Analysis - The Drainage and Water Quality Master Plan incorporates flood control measures necessary to protect the existing and future residents. Construction design, methods and materials will comply with applicable Building Codes and requirements so as to provide protection from geologic instability. The Project design provides for brush management zones, improved access for fire protection services, and other features to minimize the risk from wild land fires. General Plan Goal 2: "Protection of the public and environmental resources from hazards related to hazardous materials and waste." Analysis - Collection, transport, and disposal of any and all hazardous materials and waste will comply with all applicable regulations designed to protect the public and environmental resources. Areas with hazardous materials have already been remediated (i.e. removed) from the site. General Plan Goal 3: "A safe and secure community free from the threat of personal injury and loss of property." Analysis - Effective mitigation measures will be implemented in the design and construction phases of the project to ensure a safe and secure community including the provision of law enforcement. General Plan Goal 4: "An effective response of emergency services following a disaster." Analysis - Project proponents will participate in the adequate provision of fire and emergency services for future project residents and the surrounding community. 1.0.7 Noise Element General Plan Goal 1: "Separate significant noise generators from sensitive receptors." Analysis - Land use patterns and regulations will provide adequate protection from significant noise generators such as commercial centers. The Plateau portion of the site is within the 2 -mile planning radius for the French Valley Airport, and the proposed land uses are not consistent with the Master Plan for the airport. General Plan Goal 2: "Minimize the transfer of noise impacts between adjacent land uses." RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-7 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY Analysis - Performance standards will ensure effective control of noise between adjacent land uses. General Plan Goal 3: "Minimize the impact of noise levels throughout the community through land use planning." Analysis - Incompatible land uses are regulated within the project so as to minimize conflicts by providing buffers between uses such as residential land commercial. General Plan Goal 4: "Minimize impacts from transportation noise resources." Analysis - Design features such as screening and setbacks will assist in minimizing noise impacts from transportation noise resources. However, the Plateau portion of the site is within the 2 -mile planning radius for the French Valley Airport, and the proposed land uses are not consistent with the Master Plan for the airport. 1.0.8 Air Quality Element General Plan Goal 1: "Continue coordination of air quality improvement efforts in the Western Riverside area." Analysis - The project proponent will work with the RTA to provide a shuttle service to project residents and thereby reduce regional air emissions In Western Riverside County. General Plan Goal 2: "Improve air quality through effective land use planning in Temecula." Analysis - Provision of commercial, educational, and recreational services and facilities within the project site will reduce potential air quality impacts by reducing external vehicular trips. In addition, the proposed trail system and enhanced pedestrian/bicycle network will encourage walking and biking and cut down on short -distance automobile trips within the project. General Plan Goal 3: "Enhance mobility to minimize air pollutant emissions." Analysis - A comprehensive non -vehicular pedestrian and bicycle trail system is proposed as an alternative means of transportation for local needs. General Plan Goal 4: "Adopt effective energy conservation practices and recycling practices to reduce emissions." Analysis - Applicable energy conservation measures and recycling programs will be incorporated into the project. 1.0.9 Community Design Element General Plan Goal 1: "Enhancement of the City's image related to its regional and natural setting and its tourist orientation." RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-8 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY Analysis - The recreational facilities proposed for the site will mainly serve project residents, although City residents from outside the project will likely use the community park facilities. General Plan Goal 2: "Design excellence in site planning, architecture, landscape architecture and signs." Analysis - The Specific Plan contains upscale design guidelines and regulations to produce high quality architecture, landscaping, and signage for the project. General Plan Goal 3: "Preservation and enhancement of the positive qualities of individual districts or neighborhoods." Analysis - The open space resources of Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash, as well as the open space areas adjacent to Skunk Hollow and along the south and east boundaries of the site, will be preserved as part of the AD 161 SHCP. The plan will also preserve the rural character of the Nicolas Valley, although traffic volumes along Nicolas Road will increase. General Plan Goal 4: "A streetscape system that provides cohesiveness and enhances community image." Analysis - The streetscape design program for the project site will result in a positive sense of community and place by establishing design features that tie the community together. General Plan Goal 5: "Protection of public views of significant natural features." Analysis - The project largely preserves the major natural feature onsite (Le. Santa Gertrudis Creek) including the natural ridgeline to its north and along the eastern boundary of the site. The project win modify onsite topography including the southern ridge along Santa Gertrudis Creek. The site is not generally visible to the general public, although about 2 dozen residences now have views of the site from the Nicolas Valley, Calle Girasol area, and the Calle Contento area. General Plan Goal 6: "Maintain and enhance public spaces and resources within the City." Analysis - The two proposed parks will enhance the existing stock of public spaces and resources within the City of Temecula. General Plan Goal 7: "Community gathering areas which provide for the social, civic, cultural, and recreational needs of the community." Analysis - The proposed parks and private recreation facilities will provide informal public gathering places associated with recreational activities, and may provide more formal gathering places to help meet cultural and civic needs of the community. 1.0.10 Economic Development Element RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-9 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY General Plan Goal 1: "A strong base of clean manufacturing activities which employs a skilled labor force and can be successfully integrated into Temecula's community character." Not applicable. General Plan Goal 2: "A diverse economic base including a range of manufacturing, retail and service, and knowledgeable based professional activities." Analysis - The project will provide a number of diverse activities for residents and visitors; in addition to the residential land use designation, Planning Area 11 is designated as Neighborhood Commercial, Planning Areas 28 and 29 provide for the development of an Elementary and Middle School, and there a number of areas planned for recreation centers. General Plan Goal 3: "A sound economic base providing a fiscal foundation for the City, quality community facilities, and high service levels." Analysis - The development of the project will enhance the quality and quantity of community facilities available for use by residents of Temecula. General Plan Goal 4: "A diverse education, job training and placement system which will develop and maintain a high quality work force in Temecula." Not applicable. General Plan Goal 5: "Promote the advantages to businesses of locating in Temecula, including cost advantages, amenities, housing, community activities, cultural amenities and civic services." Analysis - The project will contribute a wide range of housing opportunities as well as recreational facilities which act as advantages to businesses considering locating in Temecula. General Plan Goal 6: "A comprehensive, recognizable tourist destination, offering a range of attractions throughout and beyond the Sphere of Influence." Not applicable. 1.0.11 General Plan Conformance Based on the analysis above, the proposed project is consistent with the goals, policies, and objectives of the City of Temecula General Plan. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-10 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY 1.1 GROWTH MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLAN 1.1.1 Growth Management Strategies and Action Plan On March 21, 2000, the City Council adopted a Growth Management Program Action Plan (GMPAP) to plan for and accommodate future growth in the City. The GMPAP identifies a number of actions to be taken by the City that does not directly affect the proposed Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, such as Inter -Agency Coordination (Section 1). The following analysis demonstrates that the proposed project is consistent with applicable GMPAP sections and measures. Inter - Agency Coordination This section applies to City activities and is not project specific. Redirect Urban Development to Urban Areas The project is not totally consistent with this directive of the plan, but the property has been designated for suburban density development for many years, and is being developed at a level that is almost 20 percent less dense that is allowed. It will also complete the Eastern Bypass Corridor which will help form an urban development limit for the City. Cluster Densities related to Specific Plans According to the General Plan, the project site is designated for a Specific Plan with an overall density of 3.0 units per gross acre (GP Figure 1-3). The proposed project has a net residential density of 4.26 units per acre, but actually has a gross density of 2.56 units per acre that uses clustering to preserve over 200 acres of biological habitat. Higher density single family residential uses (i.e., 5,000 square foot lots) are proposed in the Plateau area but separated by setbacks and landscaped buffering from the top of the slope and views from Nicolas Valley. Higher density housing is also located in the central portion of the Valley area east of Butterfield Stage Road, while lower density uses are located around the periphery of the site, adjacent to rural uses to the east and south. In these ways, the proposed project provides appropriate clustering within the Specific Plan, and thus is consistent with this requirement of the GM PAP. Evaluate Opportunities for Open Space Approximately a third (265 acres or 33 percent) of the proposed project is reserved for open space, including 202.7 acres for the AD 161 Sub -Regional habitat Conservation Plan recently approved by Riverside County and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The project is therefore consistent with this requirement of the GMPAP. Goal B of this section addresses the City's Development Review Process and directs the Planning Commission to "consider approving residential projects at the lowest allowable density in each density category." It further states the Commission may "consider approving a project above the lowest density if the project provides onsite or community amenities." The project amenities include: a community park; a neighborhood park; 3 private recreational facilities; trails; open space consistent with the AD 161 SHCP; provision of major onsite and offsite public improvements and region -serving roads (i.e., Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Butterfield Stage Road); flood control RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-11 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY facilities; a new fire station; a park and ride facility, an elementary school site and a middle school site. Preserve Open Space The first recommended goal in this section is to "acquire vital open space and resource areas." The project as proposed contains a significant amount of open space and habitat resources, which have been incorporated into the recently approved Assessment District 161 Sub -Regional Habitat Conservation Plan. The large permanent open space of the project fulfills this requirement The second action item is to "condition Specific Plans to preserve a significant amount of open space." The proposed Roripaugh Ranch plan includes 202.7 acres of land for biological habitat mainly for the California gnatcatcher and Quino checkerspot butterfly. The majority of the proposed open space land is adjacent to the Johnson Ranch open space lands to be included in the Assessment District (AD) 161 Sub -Regional Habitat Conservation Plan(SHCP) recently approved by the County and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The proposed project therefore meets this requirement of the GMPAP. The third action item is to maintain large parcel sizes in rural areas. Parcel sizes should increase the greater the distance from urban core areas. Encourage down zoning and parcel merging to maintain large rural lot sizes." The proposed Roripaugh Ranch plan also calls for suburban densities and lot sizes in the Plateau area consistent with development to the west along Murrieta. Hot Springs Road and larger lots adjacent to the rural areas to the south and east in these ways, the proposed project is consistent with this requirement of the GMPAP. The remaining action items address funding mechanisms for preserving open space, such as tax advantages or state bond funds, and conducting a study to identify the amount and cost of open space land remaining in the City. Traffic Circulation System Improvements The GMPAP addresses traffic circulation system improvements, and the first goal is to "ensure that infrastructure is constructed ahead of new development", while the third goal is to "continue to condition new development to ensure that infrastructure is constructed in conjunction with development impacts." The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan identifies a variety of improvements needed for overall growth in the project area as well as specific improvements needed to serve the proposed project The project EIR and traffic study identified the timing and fair share contributions required for specific intersection and roadway improvements. In this way, the proposed project is consistent with this requirement of the GMPAP. Other action items under this goal are for the City to implement the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and to work with other agencies regarding the timing and funding of improvements. Maximize Existing Transportation Network Efficiency This section mainly addresses City programs and responsibilities regarding public transit that are not directly related to the Roripaugh Ranch project However, the project will make the following contributions to improve circulation:1) Planning Area 33B will include 50 designated park and ride spaces; 2) the project will make a 3 -year contribution to the RTA for a shuttle program for project residents; and 3) provide other transit -related features deemed appropriate by the City during the RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-12 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY design review phase of development In this way, the project will be consistent with this requirement of the GM PAP Summary As demonstrated by the previous paragraphs, the proposed Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan is consistent with the City's Growth Management Strategies and the goals and actions recommended in the City's Growth Management Program Action Plan, Therefore, the project will not have a significant environmental impact relative to the City's Growth Management Program Action Plan. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-13 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY 1.2 IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM An Implementation Program is hereby established to meet the goals of the project. The program contains a number of legal, procedural and administrative elements. The purpose of this section is to familiarize the City, agencies and decision makers as well as interested citizens with the applicant's goals and intentions for the project. The requirements and procedures for meeting the implementation program goals will be processed concurrently. Upon adoption of this Specific Plan Amendment and Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Addendum, the Implementation Program will summarize the requirements listed in this section for the master developer and builders interested in developing within the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan area. 1.2.1 Summary of Implementation Program According to Government Code 65451 of the California Planning Law, specific plans shall include a program for implementation including regulations, conditions, programs and additional measures as necessary to carry out the plan. In response to this requirement, the Implementation Program for the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan and EIR is comprised of the following: 1. Development Agreement (Completed) 2. Adoption of the Specific Plan and General Plan Amendment (Completed) 3. Adoption (by ordinance) and Administration of the Specific Plan 4. EIR and Monitoring Program (Addendum required for SPA No. 4) 5. Annexation (Completed) 6. Master Tentative Map 7. Individual Tentative Maps 8. Discretionary Approvals 9. Grading and Improvement Plans 10. Financing Mechanisms 11. Ongoing Maintenance 1. Development Agreement A Development Agreement has been entered into between the City of Temecula and the project developer and amendment several times, including concurrently with the previously approved, Specific Plan Amendment. The agreement guarantees the developer the land uses and provisions specified in the Specific Plan in exchange for providing the City of Temecula with the benefits and requirements identified in the agreement and establishes the timeframes in which public and private improvements must be completed. 2. Adoption of the Specific Plan and General Plan Amendment The land uses and regulations of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan shall be compatible with the objectives, policies, general land uses and programs specified in the City's General Plan (CGC 65860(a))_ The City's General Plan (Chapter 2,Section 11.0) indicates it is the City's desire to "annex many of these proposed developments (Specific Plans) prior to or concurrent with project RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-14 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY approvals ,in order to exercise control over the use, quality and design of development, and the public facilities and amenities provided" (Temecula 1993). The annexation was completed on February 6th, 2003. A General Plan Amendment was approved and completed for each of the following: a. General Plan Land Use Map (See Figures 1-1,1-2 and 1-3). In addition, the current LUE map shows various areas of low (L) intensity residential uses on the site, along with open space designations along the two major drainages onsite. The location and intensities of proposed uses generally differ with those identified in the LUE, therefore, a General Plan Amendment (GPA) was required to make the proposed intensities and boundaries of land uses consistent with the land Use Element. The proposed Project is consistent with the goals and density limit of the General Plan for this property. The General Plan text allows for 3 units per acres for the proposed project site. b. Elimination of the Calle Contento connection - The elimination of through access of Calle Contento east of the project site has been completed. This connection was not consistent with the City's Circulation Element. (See Figure 1-3) Implementation of the proposed land use plan will result in the elimination of through access an Calle Contento east of the project site. While this "disconnection" is desired by local residents to help maintain the area's rural condition, it is not consistent with the City's Circulation Element. Due to public concern in adjacent communities to the southeast of the project site, the project applicant has agreed not to connect onsite roadways to Calle Contento for through traffic. This is to keep onsite and through traffic from entering these adjacent communities, for the purpose of preserving the rural character of their neighborhoods. The traffic study supports this deletion. c. The cross-section for Butterfield Stage Road is planned to be upgraded from an Arterial Highway (110' R/W) to a Specific Plan Roadway (122' R/W) from Nicolas Road to Murrieta Hot Springs Road. d. The cross-section for North and South Loop Road will be designated as a Specific Plan Roadway (77') east of Butterfield Stage Road. e. The cross-section for Roripaugh Valley Road and Fiesta Ranch Road will be designation as a Collector Roadway between Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Nicolas Road. 3. Adoption (By Ordinance) and Administration of Specific Plan (Including Minor Changed The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 (SPA) will be adopted by ordinance of the City of Temecula City Council. Adoption of the SPA defines land use and development standards for the project area which shall supersede current zoning regulations. Specific Plan Land use regulations are designed to be implemented in conjunction with the City of Temecula Development Code. In the event regulations and standards are not specified within the Specific Plan document, the provisions of the January 1996 City of RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-15 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY Temecula Development Code and its subsequent amendments shall be used to regulate that specific element of the development. The City shall enforce the provisions of the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, and City Zoning and Subdivision Codes for all projects located within the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. Minor modifications to the approved Specific Plan which will not affect the general intent of the plan may be approved by the Planning Director. A partial listing of such modifications includes: 1. Changes in the size of Planning Areas not exceeding 20 percent of their gross area and not increasing the overall density of the project. 2. Transfer of dwelling units between Planning Areas not exceeding 20 percent of the total number of dwellings per Planning Area (See Section 2.1, Land Use Project Development Standards, Item 2) and not increasing the over an density of the project. 3. Changes in the location of pedestrian pathways and linkages, parking lots, building orientation and lot configuration from the typical examples shown in the Specific Plan. 4. Changes in copy, size, materials and color as long as the proposed signage is compatible with the typical signage described in the Specific Plan. 5. Reductions in required landscaping up to 15 percent and plant materials substitutions. If reduction is in a Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) area, approval of the Director Community Services will also be required. 6. Changes in materials and color that are compatible with typical wall and fencing details shown in the Specific Plan. Increases in height not to exceed 10 percent of the maximum allowed by the Specific Plan. 7. Additional architectural styles and detailing that are consistent with those styles as prescribed in the Specific Plan. 8. Reductions from required setbacks not to exceed 15 percent. 9. Phasing that differs from the Conceptual Phasing Plan and the Public Facilities Phasing Plan of the Specific Plan as long as infrastructure and community facilities needs of the community are met Any changes to the approved Specific Plan Phasing Plan shall require approval from the Community Development, Public Works and Fire Departments. In accordance with the California Government Code Sections 65454, Specific Plans shall be prepared, adopted and amended in the same manner as General Plans, except that Specific Plans may be adopted by resolution or by ordinance. This plan may be amended as necessary in the same manner it was adopted, by ordinance. An environmental assessment form shall accompany the proposed amendment; however, the EIR certified for the project should be consulted when evaluating environmental effects from a plan amendment RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-16 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY 4. EIR and Monitoring Program A final EIR was adopted in September of 2011 for the proposed project according to the requirements of the CEQA. The EIR addresses the potential environmental effects of the proposed project, as well as measures to effectively mitigate significant impacts. As the lead agency under CEQA, the City reviewed the EIR and certified it as adequate before approval of the Specific Plan by the City Council. A review of the existing FEIR will be made in conjunction with this SPA. It is anticipated that an Addendum will prepared to address changes in circumstances and project description in accordance with Section 15162 of the CEQA Guidelines. CEQA also requires the preparation of a Mitigation Monitoring Plan (MMP) to identify specific implementation strategies for each mitigation measure, as required by CEQA. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan EIR contains a MMP (Appendix A), for all of the mitigation measures recommended in the EIR. This MMP will be reviewed accordingly to address changes in the project description, mitigation measures if any, and conditions of approval. 5. Annexation Upon the original adoption of this Specific Plan and its supporting Environmental Impact Report, an application to annex the 634 acres of land located in the County of Riverside was filed by the City and was approved on February 6th, 2003. 6. Tentative Map ("A" Mali' A Tentative Tract Map will be processed concurrently with the SPA. The Tentative Tract Map subdivides the Planning Areas associated with the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Amendment No. 4 into separate lots for each type of land use proposed. Some of these lots may be further subdivided at a later date by individual developers and builders, 7. Tentative Map ("B" Mapl The City of Temecula Subdivision Ordinance and California Subdivision Map Act shall apply to all development. The developer reserves the right to process one (1) unitized Tentative Tract Map ("B" Map) for the entire property concurrently with the "A" described above, or to process smaller Tentative Tract Maps for individual Planning Areas, or groups of Planning Areas. 8. Discretionary Approvals Various land use permits (Development Plan, Conditional Use Permits, Sign Programs, and Variances, etc), will be submitted to the City for review and approval. These discretionary approvals will allow for land use permits within the Specific Plan. All applications shall comply with the approved Specific Plan. In the event the Specific Plan is silent on an issue or conflicts with codes, the code shall prevail. 9. Grading and Improvement Plans RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-17 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY Each mass grading plan shall be consistent with the El conceptual grading plan. Approval of a mass grading plan will allow the developer to begin grading the site for development of the individual tentative maps. The mass grading plan shall be closely tied to the phasing plan (Figure 2-28), in an attempt to balance earthwork across the entire site. A National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) approval contingent on the developer obtaining a Notice of Intent and preparation of a Storni Water Pollution Prevention Plan will be required prior to approval of grading plans. Improvement plans such as street, water, sewer and drainage plans will need to be submitted to the City of Temecula and all affected agencies for review and approval prior to recordation of final maps. 10. Financing Mechanisms The major infrastructure and facilities within the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan and offsite areas will be financed through appropriate funding mechanisms acceptable to the City of Temecula. However, the developer shall ultimately be responsible for all fair share costs associated with implementing the project including but not limited to the cost to provide infrastructure and to comply with all mitigation measures, Conditions of Approval, and other requirements of the project. Different financing strategies may be utilized to fund other public facility improvements specified by the Specific Plan. The scope of financing options will vary depending upon the entity responsible for the facility including Private and/or Developer Financing or Construction; Community Facilities District(s); the application of funds from City, County, State and other agency programs; Development Impact Fees, General Fund Revenue, Gas Taxes, Redevelopment Funds, Federal State and Local Grant Funding, and Infrastructure Financing Districts and/or other financing mechanism accepted by the City. The City, developer and builders will cooperate to ensure that the public facilities are built in accordance with al] requirements as established in the Specific Plan. A Development Agreement or other similar documents, together with the conditions of approval, may be used to facilitate this process. 11, Ongoing Maintenance Public Maintenance The Developer will coordinate with the City of Temecula to arrange maintenance of all parkways and medians on public roadways with a right-of-way width of 66 feet. Parkways and medians on local streets, both public and private, within the development will be HOA maintained, Please see Figure 6-1 in Section 6 for further detail. The School District will maintain the 2 school sites. In the event that the TVUSD decides not to develop Planning Areas 28 and/or 29 as a middle school or elementary school respectively, the land may be developed as Residential and thus maintained by the HOA or apartment ownership. However, the Master HOA will maintain the landscaped school frontage on North Loop Road. Master Homeowners Association Maintenance RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-18 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY The Master HOA will maintain all gates, if proposed, all private recreation centers, the project fuel modification areas, the paseo and trail systems, major areas of manufactured slope, and landscaping in front of the school sites. The flood control channels will be maintained by the HOA. Planning Area Home Owners Associations (HOA Maintenance) Sub HOA's will provide for maintenance of private streets and any gated entrances that are proposed, and front yard maintenance on lots less than 5,000 sq.ft. Commercial Area Property Owners Association (POA[ A POA will be formed to maintain the slopes and signage of the Neighborhood Commercial Center. Community Covenants and Restrictions (CC&R's[ CC&R's will be drafted to allow for both Master and Sub HOAs. The CC&R's will also outline the keeping of horses on one acre lots in Planning Area 33A. 12. Procedural Approval Authority Table 1-1 outlines procedures for the processing of land use permits and other discretionary approvals within the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. Table 1-1: Procedural Approval Authority Approval Admin Approval** Planning Director** Planning Cotnmission** City Council Specific Plan Amendment (SPA): -Land Use(s) -Map(s) -Plans) -Zoning -Text -Environmental Assessment Recommendation X Conditional Use Permit - Existing Building X Conditional Use Permit - New Building (Less than 10,000 sq. ft.) X Development Plan (10,000 sq. ft. or more) X Development Plan (10,000 sq. ft. or less) X Development Plan (Exempt from CEQA) X Residential Product Review X Recreation Centers X Sign Permits X Sign Program (approved by the body approving the Dev. Plan/CUP) X X Modification to signs and sign program X Variance X Temporary Use Permits X Minor Exemptions X Home Occupation Permit X RORIPAUGIi RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-19 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY . Noticed public hearing '" For matters that are considered to have special significance or Impact, the Director of Planning may refer such items to the Planning Commission for consideration. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1.20 SECTION 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Figure 1-1 Existing Zoning CITY VL LM PF SP -4 OS NC PDO -11 PI RICK City Limits Very Low Residential (0.4-2.0 du/ac) Low Medium Residential (L2-14 du/ac) Public Facilities Specific Plan Open Space Neighborhood Commercial Planned Development Public Institution PROJECT SITE 1 Ror ipaugli Ranch COUNTY SOUTHWEST AREA PLAN DESIGNATION RR Rural Residential (50.2 du/aC) A Agriculture CH SP -a/ VL L M Conservation Habitat Specific Plan Very Low Density (0.4-2.0 du/ac) Low Density (2.0-5.0 du/ac) Medium Density (5.0-B.0 du/ac) RQRIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-21 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-22 SECTION 1 GENERA'. PLAN CONSISTENCY General Plan Land Use Designations RICK .ki•kku P'op0Fed General Plan Land Use Code LOW MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LM OPEN SPACE ! PARK /FLOOD CONTROL OS PUBLIC INSTITUTIONAL al SPECIFIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION SPI NOTE EXISTING 70' FEE PARCEL a SO ESMT TO MWD EXISTING S0' ESMT TO RCWO 1 Rnr,paugh Ranch T0' MWD FEE ESMT 50' MWO ESMT S0' RCWO ESMT Figure 1- 2 RORPAUCH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-23 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-24 SECTION 1 GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY General Plan Circulation Element Amendment RI('K 1 Mn paugli Ranh 4K EMIPalm d re GIs Caravan Caradm Figure 1- 3 RORPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-25 SECTION 1 GENERAI, PIAN CONSISTENCY INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-26 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.1 COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN The intent of the Land Use Plan component of this Specific Plan is to describe the general type, location, distribution and intensity of the land uses proposed for Roripaugh Ranch. The primary objective is to establish the specific type and intensity of land uses permitted within the Roripaugh Ranch, as well as their relationship to land uses on adjoining properties, both existing and proposed. The Land Use Plan now incorporates prior changes approved for Roripaugh Ranch that were approved with Specific Plan Amendments No. 1, 2, and 3 and the changes proposed by Specific Plan Amendment No. 4. Project Description The proposed Land Use Plan for Roripaugh Ranch provides for a residential community with a maximum of 2,015 residential dwelling units, resulting in an overall density of 2.5 units per gross acre, which is less than the 3.0 dwelling units per gross acre density permitted under the Temecula General Plan. Additionally, the plan proposes supportive land uses inducting schools, public parks, private recreation centers, neighborhood commercial and open space. The Land Use Plan, as depicted in Figure 2-1 identifies the proposed land uses and development patterns for the community. The project site is comprised of three distinct neighborhood areas: A) the Plateau Neighborhood; B) the Valley Neighborhood; and, C) the Habitat Neighborhood (see Figure 2-2). The three neighborhoods are discussed below. Plateau Neighborhood This neighborhood is generally located west of Butterfield Stage Road and includes Planning Areas lA through 6, 9A, 10, 11 and 12. This area is elevated well above the existing rural residential development in Nicolas Valley, and is roughly at grade with the future Rancho Bella Vista development to the north. Murrieta Hot Springs Road will provide the primary access to the Plateau Neighborhood. The Plateau Neighborhood includes 659 single family residential units on approximately 148.3 acres with a density of 4.5 du/ac. This area will include 14 Low Density residential Tots with a minimum lot size of 10,000 square feet (Planning Area 10), 509 Low Medium Density residential lots with a minimum lot size of 5,000 square feet (Planning Areas 1A, 2, 3, 4A and 4B) and 145 clustered Medium Density residential lots with a minimum lot size of 3,000 square feet (Planning Area 12). In addition. this neighborhood will include a 0.3 -acre private mini -park (Planning Area 1B), a 4.8 acre private recreation center (Planning Area 5) and a 5.1 acre neighborhood park (Planning Area 6). Planning Areas 1 through 5 will be gated. Planning Areas 10 and 12 may be gated using a card key. Residential lots within the Plateau area that are within 175 feet of the southern property line and are visible from homes along the north side of Nicolas Road, shall either have additional rear yard building setback or additional landscaping to help screen the residential units from Nicolas Valley. Valley Neighborhood This neighborhood is generally located east of Butterfield Stage Road adjacent to "North Loop Road" and "South Loop Road" and includes Planning Areas 14 through 24 and Planning Areas 27 through 33B. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-1 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-2 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Proposed Land Use Plan PA 711 0A(' 11‘111 —PA3 al IM AI In 1/IRyR �f(1?If�11 TA 11OT %PR'IA1 " RU PASA PAM 061 061 IIIA[ • AC PA IA w • INNS NO AC PA2 1.41 911 VCT{ 1144( PM 144 99 Uwr11 1a. 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Af I: K PA' 4 1 4 a AC 1 Roripaugll Raneli RORIPAIJCII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-3 SECTION Z SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAtIGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-4 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS PA7. 1.1 AC .I Neighborhood Plan — POO • LEGEND Plateau Neighborhood 1 Valley Neighborhood RICK Habitat Open Space 1 Roripaugh Ranch PA21 PAZ= a Ac INCCO▪ M▪ M:.0 ,I.0 ..ue Figure 2- 2 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-5 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-6 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Project Land Uses The project proposes a maximum of 2,015 residential dwelling units on a variety of lot sizes, ranging from 3,000 square feet to one acre in size. In addition, multi -family residential may be developed should the School District determine not to utilize either of the sites identified as Middle School or Elementary School. The following table is a breakdown of the residential component of the project: Table 2-1: Residential Land Uses by Land Use Land Use Designation Planning Areas Acres Dwelling Units Density 2Percentage Low Residential (L) 19, 20B, 21, 33A 58.5 76 1.3 14.4 Low Density Estates (L -E) 10 8.1 14 1.7 2.0 Low Medium Res. (LM) 1A, 2, 3, 4A, 4B, 16, 17, and 18 24.8 1,031 4.2 59.7 Medium Residential (M1) 15,22 23A, 31B 55.0 246 4.5 13.5 Medium Residential (M2) 12, 14, 31A 42.6 314 7.4 10.4 'Multi Family (MF) 28, 29 32.6 334 10.24 Project Total 439,6 2,015 4.6 2100 See discussion under Schools (below) and Section 5.31 for provisions that allow additional square footage or multi -family development on one or both of the proposed school sites. -Percentage does not include 32.6 acres designated for schools. Age Oualified/Restricted Residential Uses In order to maximize diversity in housing type to meet market demands, the Project provides an option to make any planning area within Roripaugh Ranch Age Qualified/Restricted. While the option applies to any of the planning areas, those most likely targeted for this option are generally located south of Long Valley Wash and includel8C, 20A and 20B, 21, 22, 23A, and 24. To reside in one of the Age Qualified/Restricted developments, residents must be 55 years of age or older. This condition will be controlled by a deed restriction applied to each residential lot within the development. Homes within these developments will be designed to meet the needs of qualifying seniors, both architecturally, in floor plans and with special features and home fixtures offered. Lot, home, and garage orientation as well as other lot development considerations will be made to respond to senior needs. RORIPAUGH RANCII SPECIFIC PLAN 2-7 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Open Space and Recreation Facilities Habitat Approximately half of the open space proposed in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan is in the Santa Gertrudis Creek watershed and Long Valley Wash channels for flood control purposes. Planning Areas, 8, 9A, 9B and 13 (See Figures 2-29 and 2-30) are proposed to be compatible with the open space/habitat conservation area established within the adjacent Johnson Ranch and Rancho Bella Vista Specific Plan areas. It should be noted that at present, all of the Johnson Ranch Specific Plan area is currently planned as open space. As discussed in the Draft Environmental Impact Report, the Assessment District 161 Sub -Regional Ilabitat Conservation Plan (AD 161 SHCP) purchased 550 acres from the Johnson Ranch Specific Plan area, and has already received a 10(a) permit from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USF&WS). This permit established what conditions can affect listed biological species. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan will set aside approximately 203.8 acres for biological habitat to meet the requirements of AD 161SHCP arid will be recorded for open space uses only. A deed restriction will be placed on the habitat land to maintain it in its natural state and minimize intrusion from recreational or other uses. The Specific Plan will preclude buildings or other structures from being constructed within this designation. Most of the habitat area is in Planning Area 13 (180.7 acres) adjacent to Santa Gertrudis Creek, with the rest provided in PA 8, 9A and 9B. Flood Control The Long Valley Wash (Planning Areas 25 and 26) (See Figures 2-20 and 2-21) functions as a regionally beneficial flood control segment in the Murrieta Creek. The improved channel will allow for plant growth in the sandy bottom, and armour Flex sidewalls. The channel crossings may use hydro -arch bridges or other acceptable bridges to allow for a flow through design that minimizes downstream erosion. Planning Areas 78 and 7C (see Figures 2-20 and 2-29) will be designed as detention basins to allow for drainage within the Plateau. An additional 3.6 acres at the northeast comer of Butterfield Stage Road and Loop Road within Planning Area 14 provides flood control for Santa Gertruidis Creek. Landscape Slope The project will provide 21.2 acres of landscape slope which will include both manufactured landscape slopes with new landscaping and existing natural landscaping existing slopes (see Figure 2-29). This arca includes 19.5 acres in Planning Area 7A and 1.7 acres in Planning Area 6 in the Plateau. These areas will be maintained by an HOA. Public Parks Two public parks are planned within the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. This includes a 21.3- acre Community Sports Park (Planning Area 27) (see Figure 4-33) located next to the two school sites (Planning Areas 28 and 29), a 5.1 acre Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6) (see Figure 3-6), and a public trailhead and park and ride facility (discuss further below) encompassing a total of 28.5 acres. The Community Sports Park is planned to include two lighted soccer fields; two lighted baseball fields, two lighted basketball courts and related uses. The Neighborhood Park is anticipated to include a children's play area, lighted basketball court, restroom building and a shade shelter. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-8 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Private Park and Private Recreation Facilities One private recreation center is proposed for the Plateau Neighborhood (Planning Area 5) along with one smaller private park (Planning Area 1 B). The Primary Center (See Figures 2-1, 3-5, 3-12 and 3-13), is designed on a 4.8 acre site directly inside the Staffed Gated Primary Entry (see Figure 3-19) on Pourroy Road and south of Murrieta Hot Springs Road in the Plateau Neighborhood. The club house building will be a minimum of 5,000 square feet and will be designed to overlook a 45' by 75' Lap Pool and surrounding deck. The club house is also divided into activity centers including; Dusk to Dawn Bistro, lobby, Weight Rooms. Cardio Vascular Room, Aerobic Room, Game Room, library Study, Women and Men's, Locker Rooms with steam room facilities. Additional facilities include two Tennis Courts, two half -court Basketball Courts, Children's Play Area, and a large grassed activity and park area. Recreation programs for the Primary Center are designed for the Plateau Neighborhood. The 0.3 acre Mini -Park (See Figures 2-1 and 3-1), is planned adjacent to Planning Areas 1A and 2 in the Plateau Neighborhood. Both these facilities will be a private recreation facility serving the residents of Plateau Neighborhood of Roripaugh Ranch. Two additional private recreation centers are planned for the Valley Neighborhood in Planning Areas 23B and 30 (see Figures 4-34 and 4-35). These two centers total 5.1 acres, 2.5 and 2.6 respectively. Should age -qualified housing be developed, it is envisioned that the center in PA 23B would be geared to meet the needs of those residents, such as emphasizing more indoor activity and social gathering space. The center at PA 30 will include more typical amenities such as tot lot, cabanas, pool, spa, fire tables & seating, picnic area, bocce ball courts, and indoor activity space. Parks and Ride/Trailhead Planning Area 3313 will contain a 50 -space park and ride facility as was as a trailhead facility that connects to the project trails network. The design of the park and ride and trailhead facilities will be approved by the Director of Community Development and/or Planning Commission through a Development Plan approval. Paseo and Trail Systems The Public Parks and Private Recreation Centers are linked at the planning arca level by a series of paseos or walking paths and sidewalks. Nature Walk "Plateau" The Nature Walk will be located within the landscaped slope area of Planning Area 7A adjacent to Planning Areas lA through 4B. This walk will link each planning area to the Neighborhood Park in Planning Area 6. The river walk will not be lighted. River Walk The River Walk is located on the north and south side of the Long Valley Wash Flood Control Channel (Planning Areas 25 and 26). The River Walk will be linked to the community Sports Park, middle school, elementary school and the recreation centers by a pedestrian bridge that crosses the channel and a series of planning area level paseos. Final location of the River Walk Trail is subject to RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-9 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS review and approval by the City of Temecula, The location of the trails will be shown on the Project's "A" Tentative Tract Map and reflected on the Project's "B" Tentative Tract Map as appropriate to individual planning areas. The walk will not be lighted. Multi -Use Trail The Mufti -Use Trail runs along the southern and eastern boundary of the project from the Fire Station site at Butterfield Stage Road (Planning Area 32) to the connection point with the UCR Property within Planning Areas 19, 20B, and 21.The trail can be used by horses, bicycles, or hikers. This trail will not be lighted. Future Trail A Future Trail is proposed on the MWD waterline easement, adjacent to Planning Areas 33A & 33B, 4B, 6,7A, 8 and 9A. This trail is not being constructed as a part of this project RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-10 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Other Land Uses Schools The project plan includes a 12.2 acre elementary school site (Planning Area 29) and a 20.4 acre middle school site (Planning Area 28) for the Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD). The school sites are depicted in Figures 2-1, 4-36 and 4-37. One or both of the proposed school sites can be converted to residential uses at the High Residential Designation if the School District determines that neither one, or both, of the schools is necessary provided that all the following are met: 1) The school district has indicated in writing that they are no longer interested in using Planning areas 28 or 29 as school sites; 2) The maximum density of dwelling units within any one or both of the Planning Areas combined is 20 DUs/AC; and 3) The total number of residential units for the entire project does not exceed 2,015. 4) Following approval of the Tentative Map, the project Developer has notified the School District and the Director of Community Development in writing of the Planning Areas and number of units the project Developer elects to develop for Age Qualified/Restricted residential use. 5) The project Developer files for a site development permit for residential use of either school site. The District and Project Developer may enter into a mitigation agreement for the School, establishing the Project Developer Fee and other obligations. The school mitigation agreement may allow for the mutually agreeable relocation of the school sites and adjustment of their boundaries. Neighborhood Commercial A 15.4 acre Neighborhood Commercial (NC) site is planned for the north east section of the Plateau (Planning Area 11). Commercial uses shall not exceed 110,000 square feet. The NC site is located at the intersection of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Butterfield Stage Road, and is also bordered by Roripaugh Valley Road. The common areas for the site will be maintained by a Property Owner's Association. Fire Station Site A 2.0 acre Fire Station (Station #95) has been constructed in the south western section of the Valley within Planning Area 32 at the intersection of Calle Chapos and Butterfield Stage Road. The Fire Station is completed and conveyed to the City. The site will be maintained by the City of Temecula and the County of Riverside. The appropriate City Department or Division will maintain the landscape treatment adjacent to Butterfield Stage Road and HOA will maintain the landscape treatment along South Loop Road. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-11 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Table 2-2 Proposed Land Uses by Planning Areas (PA) PA Land Use (Density) Acres Density Min. Lot Size (sf.) Units 1A Residential - Low Medium 21.0 4.9 5,000 104 1B Mini -Park (Private) 0.3 N/A N/A N/A 21 Residential - Low Medium 18.4 5.4 5,000 99 31 Residential - Low Medium 18.6 5.3 5,000 99 4A,4B Residential - Low Medium 41.8 5.1 5,000 213 5 Recreation Center (Private) 5.2 N/A N/A N/A 6 Neighborhood Park Landscape Slope 5.1 1.7 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 7A Open Space/Landscape Slope 19.5 N/A N/A NJA 7B, C Open Space/Flood Control 1.8 N/A N/A N/A 8 Open Space/Habitat 12.5 N/A N/A N/A 9A, B Open Space/Ilabitat 10.6 N/A N/A NJA 10 Residential - Low Density Estates 8.1 1.7 10,000 14 11 Neighborhood Commercial 15.2 N/A N/A N/A 12 Residential - Medium 2 16.0 8.3 3,000 136 13 Open Space/Ilabitat (OS1) Open Space/Flood Control (OS2) 180.7 6.8 N/A N/A N/A 14 Residential - Medium 2 14.4 6.3 3,000 90 15 Residential -Medium 2 9.3 5.0 4,000 47 16A Residential - Low Medium 16.8 4.0 5,500 67 1613 Residential- Low Medium 10.0 4.7 5,000 47 17A Residential - Low Medium 34.0 3.6 6,000 122 17B Residential - Low Medium 7.9 4.7 5,000 37 18A Residential - Low Medium 26.9 2.9 7,000 78 18B Residential - Low Medium 6.3 4.4 5,000 28 18C Residential - Low Medium 10,5 3.8 5,400 40 19 Residential - Low 15.8 1.1 lh AC 17 20A Residential - Low Medium 12.2 2.4 5,400 29 20B Residential - Low 17.6 1.4 20,000 25 21 Residential - Low 14.8 1.3 20,000 19 22 Residential - Medium 1 19.9 4.4 4,500 88 23A Residential - Medium 1 11.6 3.8 4,950 44 23B Park - Recreation Ctr_(Privatc) 2.5 NA NA N/A 24 Residential - Low Medium 20.4 3.6 5,400 74 25 Open Space/Flood Control 20.1 N/A N/A N/A 26 Open Space/Flood Control 4.8 N/A N/A N/A 27 Sports Park 21.3 N.A N/A N/A 28, 29 Middle School2 Elementary School2 20.4 12.2 20.0 N/A N/A 30 Recreation Center (private) 2.6 NJA N/A N/A 31A Residential - Medium 2 12.2 7.2 3,600 88 31B Residential - Medium 1 14.2 4.7 4,000 67 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-12 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Table 2-2 Proposed Land Uses by Planning Areas (PA) PA Land Use (Density) Acres Density Min. Lot Size (sf.) Units 32 Public Institutional (Fire Station) 2.0 N/A N/A N/A 33A Residential - Low 10.3 1.5 20,000 15 33B Open Space 2.1 N/A N/A N/A Public/Private Roads 49.5 N/A N/A N/A TOTAL 804.7 2.5 1,6812 1. Planning Areas where single -story products are required. Single -story elevations will be required in Planning Area in which the minimum lot sizes are 5,000 square feet and larger 2. Total does not include up to 334 multi -family dwelling units that may be developed on PA 28 and 29 (school designated sites) should the School District determine not to construct one or both of the schools and six dwelling units not constructed in the Plateau. Maximum residential density permitted on the School sites is 20.0 DUs/AC. The total number of dwelling units permitted for the entire Specific Plan (Plateau and Valley Neighborhoods combined) may not exceed 2015. Land Use Project Development Standards In order to ensure the orderly and sensitive development of the residential, commercial and recreational uses proposed for the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, special techniques or mitigations have been created for each Planning Area. These area -specific standards, discussed in detail in Sections 3.0 and 4.0, Area Descriptions and Design Guidelines for the Plateau and Valley Neighborhoods respectively, will assist in accommodating the proposed development and provide adequate transitions to neighboring land uses. In addition to these specific techniques, project -wide development standards have also been prepared to complement those applicable to each individual Planning Area. These general standards are: 1. The Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan shall be developed with a maximum of 2,015 dwelling units on approximately 804.7 acres, as illustrated on the Land Use Plan (Figure 2-1). Residential uses include 1,681 single-family residential units; an additional; 334 dwelling units may be developed in accordance with 2.0 below. Approximately 407.0 acres are projected for Residential use, 15.2 acres of neighborhood commercial uses, 32.6 acres for two school sites (elementary and middle school), 10.3 acres for three private recreation centers, 26.4 acres for two public park sites, a 0.3 acre private mini -park, a 2.3 acre park and ride and trailhead, a 2.0 acre fire station site, 35.3 acres for flood control purposes, 203.8 acres of open space for habitat, and 21.2 acres of landscaped slope. 2. A written request for density transfer shall be submitted to the Planning Department for review and approval that meets the following criteria: a. Transfer of dwelling units may occur between planning areas, provided that the transfer does not exceed the maximum density for each planning area as established in the General Plan. Transfer of units shall not be allowed into Planning Areas 10, 19, 20B, 21 and 33A. Regardless of any unit transfers, the overall number of units allowed in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan for each land use category shall not RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-13 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS exceed the project overall total of 2,015 dwelling units or the General Plan land use density designation as follows: -Low Density -2.0 du./ac. -Low Medium -6.0 du./ac. -Medium -12.0 du./ac. b. Any proposed transfer of density will require a revised land use plan submitted to the City for approval. c. Any transfer of density to a non-residential planning area shall only be permitted with approval of a Specific Plan Amendment except that development of residential use is permitted in Planning Area 28 and 29 in accordance with the conditions specified in accordance with Item 6 below and Section 2.1. , Schools, and Section 5.3. d. Transfer of density except as provided herein shall not increase the number of units within a Planning Area by more than 20% of the number of units as shown in the Specific Plan Land Use Plan. 3. Prior to recordation of any final map in Planning Areas 1 through 5, the developer will provide the Airport Operator with aviation easements for all the parcels in Planning Areas 1 through 5 and send a copy of that proof to the Community Development Department. 4. Prior to recordation of any final map in Planning Areas 1 through 5, the developer shall provide the Community Development Department with proof that aviation easements have been obtained for all the lots in Planning Areas 1 through 5. 5. Prior to recordation of any final maps in Planning Areas 1 through 5, the developer shall demonstrate to the Community Development Department that buyer information contains a statement regarding aviation easements. This information shall be provided either in the White Report or supplementary information with an affidavit of disclosure provided by the developer. 6. One or both of the proposed school sites can be converted to residential use in accordance with provisions specified in Section 2.1, Schools. With residential development at a maximum density of 20 DUs/AC for one or both of the school sites, the total number of units for the entire Specific Plan may not exceed 2,015 units. 7. Uses and development standards will be in accordance with the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance and the City of Temecula Development Code and will be further defined by Specific Plan objectives, the Specific Plan design guidelines, and future detailed development proposals including subdivisions, development plan and conditional use permits. If the Specific Plan is silent on any issue relating to uses and development standards, the City's current codes shall be enforced. 8. Standards relating to signage, landscaping, parking and other related design elements will conform to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance and the City of Temecula Development Code. When appropriate and necessary to meet the goals of this Specific Plan, the standards contained within this document will exceed the zoning ordinance requirements. RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-14 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 9. Development of the property shall be in accordance with the mandatory requirements of all City ordinances and State laws and shall conform substantially to the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan, and its subsequent amendments as filed in the City of Temecula. 10. The permittee/applicant shall indemnify, protect and hold harmless, the City and any agency or instrumentality thereof, and/or any of its officers, employees, and agents from any and all claims, actions, or proceedings against the City, or any agency or instrumentality thereof, or any of its officers, employees, and agents, to attack, set aside, void, annul, or seek monetary damages resulting from an approval of the City, or any agency or instrumentality thereof, advisory agency, appeal board or legislative body including actions approved by the voters of the City, concerning the Planning Application which action is brought within the appropriate statute of limitations period and Public Resources Code, Division.13,Chapter 4 (Section 21000 et seq., including but not by the way of limitations Section 21152 and 21167). The City shall promptly notify the permittee/applicant of any claim, action, or proceeding brought forth within this time period. The City shall estimate the cost of the defense of the action and applicant shall deposit said amount with the City. City may require additional deposits to cover anticipated costs. City shall refund, without interest any unused portions of the deposit once the litigation is finally concluded. Should the City fail to either promptly notify or cooperate fully, permittee/applicant shall not thereafter be responsible to indemnify, defend, protect, or hold harmless the City, any agency or instrumentality thereof, or any officers, employees, or agents. Should the applicant fail to timely post the required deposit, the Director may terminate the land use approval without further notice to the applicant. 11. An environmental assessment shall be conducted to determine potential environmental impacts resulting from each tract, change of zone, development plan, specific plan amendment or any other discretionary permit required to implement the Specific Plan, unless said proposal is determined to be exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act. The environmental assessments shall be prepared as part of the review process for these implementing projects. At a minimum, the environmental assessment shall utilize the evaluation of impacts addressed in the Final Environmental Impact Report prepared for the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. 12. Lots created pursuant to this Specific Plan and any subsequent tentative maps shall be in conformance with the development standards of the Specific Plan Zone applied to the property, and all other applicable City standards. 13. Development applications which incorporate common areas shall be accompanied by design plans specifying location and extent of landscaping, slopes, streetscapes, structures and circulation (vehicular and non -vehicular). 14. The developer shall have the CC&R's recorded at the time final maps are recorded to ensure adequate access and maintenance responsibilities. 15. The proposed Specific Plan Amendment remains consistent with the goals and policies of the Land Use Element (LUE). The site plan maintains land uses consistent with the different density categories and locations that are shown in the currently approved LUE map as adopted with the Specific Plan's original approval. It maintains consistency with the overall density of 3.0 units per acre which is the specified density for this property in the General Plan. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-15 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.2 CIRCULATION MASTER PLAN project Description The circulation system proposed for Roripaugh Ranch, as illustrated in Figures 2-3 and 2-4, is designed to facilitate the efficient movement of people to, from and within the community, consistent with the Circulation Element of the City of Temecula General Plan. As described within this section, an appropriate network of roadways, bicycle facilities, and pedestrian trails and paths are envisioned to support the mobility needs of future residents. The circulation plan includes the improvement and/or extension of various master -planned roadways as described in the Circulation Element of the City of Temecula General Plan. These circulation standards may be refined or modified, pending the final recommendations pursuant to the traffic analysis prepared as part of the Specific Plan/CEQA entitlement process and as otherwise recommended by the City Traffic Engineer. Existing Roadways The project site is a largely undeveloped area surrounded by residential units to the west, south, southwest, and southeast. The project study area is under construction to the north and northeast, but has regional access via Rancho California Road to the south and the 1-215 and I-15 Freeways to the west. Local access to the site is available from Nicolas Road which is not paved at present. Local access is also available from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to the project boundary which is paved to Butterfield Stage Road and Butterfield Stage Road from Murrieta Hot Springs road southerly to Rancho California Road. The following provides a brief description of the major roads in the project area: Interstate 15 Freeway (1-15) provides regional access to the project area. This north -south oriented freeway provides access between Lake Elsinore and Corona to the north and San Diego to the south. In the vicinity of Temecula, this freeway has 6 and 8 travel lanes (3 and 4 lanes in each direction) with interchange access at Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Winchester Road (SR -79 North), and Rancho California Road. Interstate 215 Freeway (1-215) intersects the 1-15 Freeway about 3 miles due west of the project site and has local access (i.e., north and south bound ramps) off Murrieta Hot Springs Road. This freeway provides access to Hemet, Moreno Valley, Riverside, and San Bernardino to the north. The 1-215 ends at the intersection of the 1-15 with three travel lanes in each direction in the vicinity of the I-15. State Route (SR) 79 North also known as Winchester Road is located 1.5 miles west of the project site and has four travel lanes for most of the way to Hemet, although it has been improved to 6 lanes from just north of Murrieta Hot Springs Road to the 1-15 Freeway. This urban arterial provides access to the San Jacinto Valley to the north. Rancho California Road is a 4 -lane major arterial providing access to the Temecula wine country east of Margarita Road. It is located approximately one mile south of the southern boundary of the project site. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-16 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Murrieta Hot Springs Road is a 4 -lane major arterial road that extends east from the I-15 and 1- 215 Freeways and provides local access to Pourroy Road. Butterfield Stage Road is presently a 2 -lane and 4 -lane road from SR -79 South to Murrieta Hot Springs Road. This road is a major arterial planned for widening north of Rancho California Road with 6 lanes across this Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan area, and ultimately through the Johnson Ranch property. Nicolas Road currently provides direct access to the project site from Winchester Road. This local roadway has four travel lanes to about one-half mile west of the project site, then transitions to two travel lanes about a quarter mile west of the project site. It then becomes a dirt road as it enters the Roripaugh Ranch property. Proposed Roadways The project proposes a series of roadways that will provide adequate interior vehicular circulation as well as connections to existing and proposed roadways consistent with the City's Circulation Element. Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Butterfield Stage Road are proposed to be arterial highways (11O' Right -Of -Way or ROW). Butterfield Stage Road, from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to Nicolas Road is planned to have an Augmented Arterial Highway cross section (122' ROW). A General Plan Amendment (GPA) to the Circulation Element was processed and approved in concert with the approval of the Specific Plan to eliminate through access on Calle Contento at the eastern property line of the Roripaugh Ranch project site and upgrade the designation for Butterfield Stage Road from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to Nicolas Road. "North Loop Road" and "South Loop Road" are planned to provide a loop connection for the housing proposed in the southern portion of the Valley area, which is located east of Butterfield Stage Road. They are classified as modified principal collector roads (77' ROW). The portion of this road from Nicolas Road/Butterfield Stage Road east to Long Valley Wash is referred to as North Loop Road while the portion from Calle Chapos/Butterfield Stage Road east to Long Valley Wash is referred to as South Loop Road. Although the proposed project will generate substantial additional traffic in the area, the proposed roadway and intersection improvements will help alleviate existing and future traffic problems. The circulation portion of the Specific Plan will also help prevent the creation of hazardous traffic conditions. The proposed project circulation system, as shown in Figures 2-3 and 2-4, is designed to facilitate the efficient movement of people to, from, and within the community, consistent with the Circulation Element of the City's General Plan, The circulation portion of the Specific Plan includes the improvement and/or extension of various master planned roadways as described in the Circulation Element of the City General Plan. Off-site improvements (see Figure 2-48), would not change from the standards identified in the City's Circulation Plan. These improvements and others and their timing relative to the remaining project buildout of the Valley Neighborhood are described in further detail in Section 6. The following paragraphs describe the proposed project's roadway cross sections (ROW refers to right-of-way distance and CC refers to curb -to -curb distance) and arc accompanied by typical street sections. Roadway sections will be consistent with City standards and subject to the approval of the RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-17 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Public Works Department and/or the Fire Department. Typical street cross-sections for the Plateau Neighborhood are illustrated in Figures 2-5 through 2-9 and for the Valley Neighborhood in Figures 2-10 through 2-14A, Plateau Neighborhood Arterial Highway (110' ROW/86' CC) - This street cross section (see Figure 2-5) is on Butterfield Stage Road from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to the northern project boundary, and from Nicolas Road to the southern project boundary, including the crossings at Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash. It consists of a 14 -foot wide raised landscaped median, two 14 -foot travel lanes, two 12 -foot travel lanes, and two 10 -foot emergency parking bike lanes within an 86 -foot curb -to -curb width. This section will include 12 -foot parkways consisting of 6 -foot wide sidewalks either curb adjacent or curb separated as indicated in the respective figures. No on -street parking will be allowed. The same section, with minor modification, also applies to the extension of Butterfield Stage Road south of the project to Rancho California Road, exclusive of any existing improvements. The only modification is that no sidewalk will be installed on the County (east) portion of the roadway. These improvements include streetlights on both sides of the street. It should be noted that the project traffic report recommended Butterfield Stage Road have a minimum width of 34 feet south of the project site. However, the City determined that full -width improvements were needed to accommodate anticipated future traffic, since the project is contributing to cumulative traffic impacts and growth inducement. Augmented Arterial Highway (122' ROW/110' CC) - This street cross section (see Figure 2-5), is for Butterfield Stage Road from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to Nicolas Road and consists ofa 14 -foot wide raised landscaped median, four 12 -foot travel lanes, and two 17 -foot travel lanes, within a 96 foot curb -to -curb width. The west parkway within the street section includes a 12 -foot Class bicycle lane/sidewalk separated 4 feet from the curb. An additional variable landscape development zone will be provided on the west side of the street outside of the right-of-way and no on -street parking is allowed. Modified Arterial Highway (110'ROW/86' CC) - This street cross section (see Figure 2-5), is for Murrieta Hot Springs Road from Butterfield Stage Road to Pourroy Road. This section of Murrieta Hot Springs Road excludes existing improvements in the County, constructed by the Rancho Bella Vista project. This proposed street cross-section, as it applies to Murrieta Hot Springs Road, shall be coordinated with the existing County cross section during the design phase. Section 13 consists of a 14 -foot wide raised landscaped median, two 14 -foot travel lanes two 12 -foot travel lanes, and two 10' foot emergency parking bike lanes within an 86 -foot curb -to -curb width. One side of the street that borders open space (Planning Areas 9A, 9B and the residential area (Planning Area 10), will have a 12 -foot parkway consisting ofa curb separated 6 -foot sidewalk. The other side adjacent to Planning Areas 6 and 11 will also consist of a curb separated 6 -foot sidewalk located 6 feet behind curb within a 12 -foot parkway. This section will include a parkway adjacent to the Habitat Conservation Area consisting of a 6 -foot wide curb separated sidewalk located six feet behind the curb within a 12 -foot wide parkway and the parkway adjacent to the residential area shall consist of a 5 -foot wide curb separated sidewalk located 4.5 feet behind the curb with 2.5 feet behind the proposed sidewalk, all within a 12 -foot wide parkway. An additional 1.5- foot landscape easement outside of the right-of-way will need to be dedicated along the residential area of Murrieta Hot Springs Road. No on -street parking will be allowed. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-18 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Modified Collector Road (66' ROW/44' CC) - This street cross section, is on Roripaugh Valley Road and continues from Butterfield Stage Road to Murrieta Hot Springs Road, and Fiesta Ranch Road from Nicolas Road to Roripaugh Valley Road. It consists of a 10 -foot turn lane, two 12 -foot travel lanes, and two 5 -foot bike lanes located within 44 feet from curb -to -curb. Sidewalks are proposed either curb adjacent or curb separated as shown in Figure 2-7 within 11 -foot wide parkways on both sides of the street. No parking will be allowed on collector roads. The Developer may choose to construct six-foot sidewalks five feet behind the curb within the parkways provided an HOA or POA agrees to maintain both the landscaping and sidewalk within the 11 -foot parkways. The appropriate City Department or Division will only maintain a parkway in a right-of-way 66 feet or greater that is adjacent to single family residential areas. Private/Internal Streets (47' ROW/36' CC or 43' ROW/32' CC or 35' ROW/24'CC) - Within each planning area, a series of smaller private streets will be constructed to provide project residents with adequate access within their neighborhoods, with appropriate connections to adjacent neighborhoods, collector streets, and major roadways. In -tract private streets will range from 24 to 36 feet curb to curb with 4'-6" wide Public Utility Easements (PUE) on both sides, as shown in the street cross sections. Roads with a road easement less than 60 feet will be shown on subsequent tract maps prior to approval by the City. Long, steep residential local roadways shall be avoided in Planning Areas 17, 18 and 19. Streets within these planning areas shall be designed to provide safe horizontal and vertical alignments including special considerations to speed control on steep grades. Roundabouts shall be provided to lower speeds along residential local roadways. Private streets with a curb -to -curb width of 24 feet shall only be permitted if located directly off a curb -to - curb width of 32 feet or greater (Figure 2-7A and 2-8) Modified Collector Road (66' ROW/38' CC) - This street section will be Calle Girasol Road from Walcott Lane to Nicolas Road (off-site). It consists of a 10 -foot turn lane, two 14 -foot travel lanes, within 38 feet from curb -to -curb. (Figure 2-8) Modified Collector Road (66' ROW/46'CC) - This cross section is on Calle Chapos from Butterfield Stage Road to Walcott Lane. The ultimate cross section consists of two 12 -foot travel lanes and a 12 -foot turn lanes, with two 5 -foot class II bike lanes and 6 -foot curb adjacent sidewalks. However, this project will construct a 38 -foot wide center section of this offsite roadway. (Figure 2-8) Valley Neighborhood and Planning Areas 10. 11, and 12 Modified Secondary Highway (90' ROW'/70'CC) - This street cross-section applies to Nicolas Road onsite from Butterfield Stage Road to the western project boundary. See Figure 2-10. Modified Secondary Road (90' ROW/38' CC) - This street section applies to Nicolas Road off-site west of the project boundary to Calle Girasol. See Figure 2-10. Modified Principal Collector Road (77' ROW/50' CC) - This street cross section applies to North and South Loop Road. See Figure 2-11. Modified Local Entry Road (64' ROW/44' CC) - This section applies to Local Street Entries. See Figure 2-12. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-19 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Modified Local Road (56' ROW/40' CC) - This section applies to internal streets providing access to adjacent planning areas as indicated on Figure 2-4. These streets may be private at the developer's option. See Figure 2-11 Modified Local Road (Open Space Boundary) (56' ROW/40'CC) - This section applies to internal streets adjacent to Planning Area 13 as indicated on Figure 2-13. Modified Local Road (Single Frontage) (50' ROW/32' CC) - This section applies to internal streets as indicated on Figure 2-14. Modified Local Road (Private) (50' ROW/40'CC) - See Figure 2-15. This street cross section applies to private streets as shown on Figure 2-14. Design Considerations Traffic Calming Features - In general, long, steep residential local roadways shall be avoided. Streets shall be designed to provide safe horizontal and vertical alignments including special considerations to speed control on steep grades. Roundabouts shall be provided to lower speeds along roadways, such as Loop Road. Roundabouts - Roundabouts are proposed along Loop Road to serve as traffic calming while ensuring adequate vehicular flow during peak periods of usage for public facilities, including the Community Sports Park (Planning Area 27), Middle School (Planning Area 28), and Elementary School (Planning Area 29). The R.O.W. diameter consists of 65' and the inscribed roundabout diameter will be 45'. The landscaped diameter within the roundabout will be 30'. A typical section is shown in Figures 2-14A, 4-58, and 4-59. Gated Roads - Planning Areas may incorporate gated roads, subject to the approval of the Director of Community Development and/or Director of Public Works. Gated entry designs may either be card -key and/or staffed gated entries. Two gated entry designs are proposed within the Roripaugh Ranch project. This includes one Staff Gated Primary Entry and five Card Key Gated Secondary Entries within the Plateau Neighborhood. The Staff Gated Primary Entry will serve as the major private entrance into the Plateau residential neighborhoods. The entry will consist of a guard house, card reader -activated control arms, auto and pedestrian gates, accent paving, decorative steel fencing, walls, pilasters and formal landscaping. The Card Key Gated Secondary Entries will consist of a card reader activated auto and pedestrian gates, accent paving, decorative steel fencing, walls, pilasters and formal landscaping. Both entry types will be maintained by the Homeowners Association. Cross sections for these gated entries are shown in Figure 2-9. Gated entry design for the Valley Neighborhood is shown in Figure 4-49. Access Potential Access Road Alignments and Access Points are depicted on the Circulation Master Plan (Figures 2-3 and 2-4). The Access Road Alignments and Access Points are conceptual in nature and may be modified at the Tentative Map stage. Residences located along collector roadways will be oriented so that they do not front on collector roadways. RORIPAUGFI RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-20 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Signalization Traffic signals will be provided when warranted per the mitigation measures in the Certified Final EIR at the major community entry points and intersections as depicted in the Circulation Master Plans for the Plateau and the Valley Neighborhood (Figure 2-3 and 2-4). Phasing of Road Improvements The following measures are proposed to help prevent potential traffic -related impacts of the project from becoming significant traffic significant. 1. The following shall be used to implement the mitigation measures in this section: a) All proposed road improvements shall include associated flood control, storm drain, water, and sewer lines. b) All references to bridges shall mean hydro -arch bridges or other designs as approved by the City Engineer. c) Full -width improvements shall consist of the complete street and landscape improvements within the right-of-way. d) Half -width improvements shall consist of the construction of the improvements from the curb to the raised landscaped median, the full -width raised and caped median, where applicable, and a travel lane adjacent to the median on the unimproved half. e) On center improvements shall mean: i. A 38' width improvement consisting of two 14' travel lanes and a 10' turn lane; or ii. A 40' width improvement consisting of two 14' travel lanes and a 12' turn lane 2. Prior to the issuance of building permits for each phase, the developer or the CFD must construct the improvements identified below. The City reserves the right to withhold building permits in excess of those indicated below until the mitigation measures necessary to improve the Level of Service D or better are completed for each phase of development, except for the following five intersections that will exceed City standards even without project- related traffic: a) The 1-15 southbound ramp at Winchester Road b) The 1-15 southbound ramp at Rancho California Road c) Tthe intersection of Ynez Road at Winchester Road d) The intersection of Ynez Road at Rancho California Road e) The intersection of Margarita Road at Winchester Road. However, the developer is still responsible to comply with the mitigation measures for the improvement of the above five intersections. The developer and/or CFD will be responsible for acquiring right-of-way where necessary, for any required onsite and offsite improvements. The City will require additional or supplemental traffic studies prior to approval of future tentative tract maps. If these studies confirm that area intersections are operating below LOS D or otherwise pose an unsafe condition, then the developer shall be responsible for mitigating these conditions, in RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-21 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS addition to the mitigation measures already identified in the Revised DEIR. In general, the supplemental traffic studies will: 1) document ambient traffic volume conditions; 2) estimate trip generation for the particular development phase; and 3) assess traffic conditions with the traffic added by the particular development phase. The exact study area to be addressed in each of the traffic studies should be defined through discussions with the City Traffic Engineer. In general, the study area should include the immediate access intersections and roadways which would serve the new development phase, and those critical offsite intersections and roadways that will provide primary access to the new development. Critical intersections/roadways are defined as those facilities that are experiencing high levels of peak period traffic congestion at the time the traffic study is to be performed. The traffic study findings would assist the City in proactively planning for area roadway improvements. PHASE 1 Plateau Neighborhood (Planning Areas 1A -4B, 6, and 32 (Valley Neighborhood)) The following onsite and offsite improvements have been completed as of the time of application of SPA4. Onsitc' Prior to issuance of the 341h building permit, the following improvements shall be completed: 1. Secondary Access - Provide secondary access limited to right -turns only from Planning Areas 1A, 2, or 4A to Murrieta Ilot Springs Road. Prior to issuance of the 108th building permit, the following improvements shall be completed: 1. Butterfield Stage Road - Construct half -width improvements from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to the south project boundary at Planning Area 32, including construction of two full -width bridges within and over Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash. 2. Butterfield Stage Road - Dedicate full -width right-of-way from the northern project boundary to Murrieta Hot Springs Road. 3. Murrieta Hot Springs Road - Construct full -width improvements from east of Pourroy Road at the northern project boundary to the MWD pipeline property. 4. Murrieta Hot Springs Road - Construct half -width improvements from the MWD pipeline property to Butterfield Stage Road. 5. Nicolas Road - Offer a dedication for a 110' right-of-way from Butterfield Stage Road to the western project boundary. 6. Nicolas Road - Construct half -width from Butterfield Stage Road to the western project boundary. 7. South Loop Road - Construct half -width in front of fire station (Planning Area 32). Prior to issuance of the 400th building permit, the following improvements shall be completed: 1. "A" Street - Construct full -width from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to Butterfield Stage Road RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-22 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2. "B" Street - Construct full -width improvements from Nicolas Road to "A" Street. 3. North Loop Road - Construct a full -width bridge over and within Santa Gertrudis Creek and connect the bridge to Butterfield Stage Road with full width improvements. 4. Traffic Signals - Construct traffic signals and related intersection improvements as warranted at: a. Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road and b. All project entrances on Murrieta Hot Springs Road Offsite Prior to the issuance of the 108th building permit, the following improvements shall be completed: 1. Nicolas Road - Construct 40' width on center improvements from the western project boundary to 450' east of the existing Nicolas Road/Calle Girasol intersection. 2. Secondary Access - The required secondary access for the Plateau area shall be provided by one of the following options: a. If Nicolas Road is designated as the secondary access route, the following Improvements shall be completed: i. Construct 40' width on center improvements from 450 feet east of the existing Nicolas Road/Calle Girasol intersection to Leifer Road including the full width bridge structure over and within Santa Gertrudis Creek. Realign existing Calle Girasol to its ultimate intersection with Nicolas Road including right-of-way acquisition. b. If Calle Chapos from Butterfield Stage Road to Walcott Lane and Calle Girasol from Walcott Lane to the existing Nicolas Road/Calle Girasol intersection is designated as secondary access, the Following improvements shall be completed: i. Calle Chapos from Butterfield Stage Road to Wallcot Lane - Construct 38' width improvements on center to existing pavement ii. Calle Girasol from Walcott Lane to the existing Nicolas Road/Calle Girasol intersection - Construct 38' width on center improvements as required by the City Fire Chief and City Engineer (right-of-way acquisition and horizontal and vertical realignment) c. If Butterfield Stage Road from the southern project boundary to Rancho California Road is designated as secondary access, construct half width improvements from the southern project boundary at Planning Area 32 to Chimen Clinet, excluding any existing improvements. PHASE 2 Valley and Plateau Neighborhoods (Planning Areas 10-12,14-24, 27-31,33A and 33B) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-23 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS The revised development agreement approved in association with Specific Plan Amendment 3 (included in Section 6 of this Specific Plan) provides details about the required timing of developer installed infrastructure, and the timing in which these improvements are required. Phase 1 Plateau Neighborhood Fair -Share Contributions (Prior to issuance of 1st building permit in Planning Areas 1A -4B, and 6) 1. 1-15 Freeway (southbound ramps) at Rancho California Road- southbound left turn lane, west bound free right turn lane, eastbound free right turn lane, and southbound free right turn lane. 2. I-215 Freeway (southbound ramps) at Murrieta Hot Springs Road - southbound left turn lane, southbound right -turn lane, eastbound through lane, eastbound right -turn lane, westbound through lane, and westbound free right -turn lane 3. Ynez Road at Winchester Road - southbound right -turn overlap 4. Ynez Road at Rancho California Road - eastbound through lane 5. North General Kearny Road at Nicolas Road -traffic signal 6. Butterfield Stage Road at Rancho California Road -traffic signal 7. Murrieta Hot Springs Road at Alta Murrieta (in the City of Murrieta) - lane improvements (as yet underdetermined). The developer shall provide the City of Temecula with a letter from the City of Murrieta stating that a fair share contribution to identified improvements at this intersection has been made. Phase 2 Valley Neighborhood (Prior to issuance of lst building permit in Planning Areas 10-12, 14-24, 27-31, and 33A) The revised development agreement approved with Specific Plan Amendment 3 (included in Section 6 of this Specific Plan) provides details about the required timing of developer installed infrastructure, and the timing in which these improvements are required. The following measures are proposed to assure that the project is consistent with the City General Plan: 1. At the same time the Specific Plan is approved, the developer will obtain approval for a General Plan Amendment to the Circulation Element for the following: a. The designation of Calle Contento as a Principal Collector Road is recommended to be deleted within the project site; and b. The designation of Butterfield State Road as an Augmented Arterial Highway (122' right-of-way) from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to Nicolas Road is recommended. The following transportation system management/transportation demand management (TSM/TDM) measures are proposed to help reduce project -related traffic impacts: RORIPAUGH RANCII SPECIFIC PLAN 2-24 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2. Prior to the approval of development plans for Planning Area 11, the developer shall provide pedestrian and bicycle facilities in these areas, to the satisfaction of the City Planning Department. 3. Prior to the issuance of the first building permit in Phase 2, the developer shall fund the operation of a shuttle bus service to and from the project. The developer shall pay the RTA to operate the shuttle bus service for a period of 3 years for project residents, but may be expanded to serve areas outside of the project on a fair share contribution basis. This measure shall be implemented to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director and the RTA. 4. Prior to tentative tract map approval in each phase, the developer shall coordinate with the RTA to incorporate transit -related facilities and design features to the satisfaction of the City Public Works Department 5. In conjunction with constructing Nicolas Road offsite in Phase 1, the developer shall install a 6 -foot wide temporary asphalt path so residents along Nicolas Road can access the public facilities in the project east of Butterfield Stage Road (e.g., Sports Park, middle school, etc.). This path shall be built to the satisfaction of the Temecula Community Services Department and Public Works Department at the time adjacent improvements are installed. The asphalt path shall be extended from 450 feet east of the Nicolas Road/Calle Girasol intersection to the bridge over Santa Gertrudis Creek during Phase 2. 6. Prior to the issuance of the grading permits and building permits, the developer shall provide the City with a letter stating that an contractors will be prohibited from using Nicolas Road for construction related traffic. 7. Prior to tentative map approval for Planning Arca 19, the 15 -foot wide multi -use trail within a 30 -foot fuel modification zone shall be designated to be screened from offsite homes on an as needed basis. Screening shall be accomplished through the use of either landscaping or topography, to the greatest extent feasible. However, the primary goal of this trail is to provide access to the trail from adjacent onsite and offsite lots. 8. Prior to the issuance of building permits in the appropriate phase, the developer shall make a fair share contribution to four planned intersection improvements along Murrieta Hot Springs Road within the City of Murrieta: 1) 1-215 southbound ramps; 2) Alta Murrieta Drive; 3) Margarita Road; and 4) Winchester Road. Alternative Transportation A park and ride site is proposed within the Roripaugh Ranch project site. The facility will be located in Planning Area 3313 and will include 50 designated parking spaces. Direct access shall be provided to the facility acceptable to the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) and the City. Appropriate lighting will also be incorporated into the facility to ensure safety and promote usage. A trailhead for the trail network will also be integrated into the facility. In addition, the developer will also provide RTA stops at Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road, and at North Loop Road in front of the middle school. Additional stops or modifications to these stops may be approved by the Planning Director after consultation with the RTA. All bus shelters will be designed so they are consistent with the design theme of the project. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-25 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Pedestrian/Bicycle Circulation The Specific Plan provides for both pedestrian and bicycle circulation for residents as well as project visitors (see Pedestrian/Bicycle Circulation Plan, Figures 2-16 and 2-17) and Proposed Sidewalk Plan, Figures 2-18 and 2-19. The circulation within the project site has been separated into two systems. This includes the Private Trail System and the Public Trail Systems. All trails within the project site, with the exception of the future trail proposed within the MWD property will be constructed by the developer. Sharrow bike facilities will also be provided along local streets that provide access between Class lI bike lanes, parks, and regional trails. Private Trail System (See Figure 3-15) Planning areas will be linked to one another by a paseos system. These paseos will create access through the planning areas to the private and public parks, project trails, schools and neighborhood commercial center within the project site by encouraging walking or bicycling to reduce the demand for internal automobile trips. A "Nature Walk" is located within Planning Area 7A of the Plateau Neighborhood as illustrated in Figure 3-15. The walk will be 10' wide with an all-weather surface and provide an internal pedestrian link between the planning areas within the Plateau area connecting to the Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6). Public Trail and Sidewalk System (Sec Figures 2-3, 2-4, and 2-16 through 2-19) A multi -use trail, sidewalk, and bicycle system compliments the private multi -use trail system planned for Roripaugh Ranch. Class II bicycle lanes are planned along both sides of Loop Road Figures 4-55 through 4-59, Butterfield Stage Road Figures 3-24 through 3-30, Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Figures 3-31 through 3-35 and both Roripaugh Valley Road, Figure 4-60 through 4-62, and Fiesta Ranch Road, 4-63 through 4-65 as illustrated in Figures 4-38, 4-39, 4-42, 4-44, and 4-45. In addition, a Class I bicycle lane will be located along the west side of Butterfield Stage Road between Nicolas Road and Murrieta Hot Springs Road. In addition, a pedestrian bridge is proposed to span Planning Area 26 as illustrated in Figure 4-48 that will connect Planning Areas 22 through 24 to the sports park (Planning Area 27) and the two school sites (Planning Areas 28 and 29). Ten (10) trail types are planned within the Valley Neighborhood as shown on Figure 2-17, and are further described in detail in Section 4: Valley Design Guidelines. A 15' wide multi -use trail is planned along the southern and eastern boundaries of the project site adjacent to Planning Areas 19, 20B, 21 and 32 (Figure 2-17). The trail will be accessible to the residents within these planning areas, as well as the general public. A home owners association within Roripaugh Ranch will maintain the trail. A River Walk will be located along both sides of Long Valley Wash between Butterfield Stage Road and the Loop Roads as illustrated in Figures 2-17 and 4-38. This walk will be fully improved with RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-26 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS all-weather surface and fencing and will serve as a major amenity for Roripaugh Ranch residents and be open to use by the public.. A Class [I (6' wide) bicycle lane is planned along both sides of North and South Loop. The bicycle lanes within North and South Loop Roads will provide a secondary transportation system linking the public parks and schools to the private parks and neighborhoods. Project Development Standards 1. All tentative tract maps shall comply with the on-site and off-site street improvement recommendations/mitigations as stated in the Specific Plan and Mitigation Monitoring Program. The mitigation measures will be incorporated as conditions of approval for the tentative tract maps. The off-site improvements associated with each tentative tract map shall be coordinated with the overall road improvement -phasing plan. 2, Major roadways, including Murrieta Plot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Nicolas Road, and Loop Road shall have restricted access except at approved street intersections to provide better flow of traffic. Driveway locations to commercial, office, and residential areas, shall be approved at the development plan stage. 3. All public roads and private roads as shown in this document shall be constructed per City of Temecula standards and approved street cross sections in the Roripaugh Ranch Specific Plan. 4. Street parkways shall be landscaped in accordance with the recommendations for street landscaping as approved in this document and TCSD standards. 5. Developer shall construct a safe and efficient sidewalk, bicycle path, and multi -use trail network. 6. Sidewalks and bicycle lanes shall be provided on all major streets including Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Nicolas Road, Roripaugh Valley Road, Fiesta Ranch Road, and Loop Road. Sidewalks shall also be included on public and private streets with the exception of the east side of Butterfield Stage Road adjacent to Planning Area 13. In addition, multi -use trails and bridges shall be provided as identified in this document to improve the overall circulation. 7. A Park and Ride facility shall be provided in Planning Area 33B as illustrated in Figure 4-32. This facility shall include 50 designated parking spaces. Direct access shall be provided to the facility acceptable to the Riverside Transit Agency. Appropriate lighting shall be incorporated into the facility to ensure safety and promote usage. S. Bus turnouts and shelters shall be provided as required by the Riverside Transit Authority (RTA) and approved by the Department of Public Works. All shelters shall be consistent with the design theme of the project 9. Bus/Pedestrian shelters and turnouts shall be installed concurrently with street improvements. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-27 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 10. The developer shall provide RTA stops at Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road, at the park and ride facility in Planning Area 33B and at "North Loop Road" in front of the middle school. Additional stops or modifications to these stops may be approved by the Community Development Director after consultation with the RTA. 11. Road and traffic signal improvements shall be installed or contributed to on a fair share basis in accordance with the phasing as stated in this Section and Section 6 of the Specific Plan. 12. The project shall comply with all subsequent conditions and requirements for road design, improvements, and right -of way dedication imposed by the City of Temecula. 13. The developer shall comply with the City's Development Impact Fee requirement 14. Efficient, safe vehicular and pedestrian connections shall be provided to both school sites acceptable to the school district and the City. 15. Gated development within Roripaugh Ranch may be constructed as approved by the Fire Department, using either private or public street sections as illustrated in Figure 4- 49. 16. Long, steep residential local roadways shall be avoided in Planning Areas 17, 18 and 19. Streets within these planning areas shall be designed to provide safe horizontal and vertical alignments including special considerations to speed control on steep grades. Round -abouts shall be provided to lower speeds along residential local roadways. 17. All local streets shall have curb -separated sidewalks. Curb separated sidewalk and landscaping shall be maintained by a l lomeowners Association. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-28 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2- 3 Conceptual Circulation Master Plan SEE AMENDED FIGURE INDICATING CHANGES APPLICABLE TO THE VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD rricc 1 Ilorrpaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-29 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-30 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PIAN COMPONENTS Figure 2- 4 RoMgh Ranch Valley Porion CONCEPTUAL CIRCULATION MASTER PLAN LEGEND AMBAENTE0 ARTERIAL HIGHWAY 1127) N OME TED ARTERIAL HIGHWAY MO') 00006 M DITIED SECONDARY HIQIIAY [770') 6001rIFT) SEcoNDARY manor 19T71 W O IED ST COROARY NIGROAY 1971 •111 BOO MODIFIED PRINCIPAL COLLECTOR (T l - - 610021ED COLLECTOR ROAD C66'7 mow IED LOCAL ENTRY STREET IN') -= MOOlF IED LOCAL STREET 1561 i11iw11YYs.AN BOl/giARY LADJaFi 016'1 NORTH MOIEp DELOCAL STREET - PASEO AOQIr1 NEL A STREET - CLUSTER POTENTIAL ACCESS POINT QSILNAUZED INTERSECTION 0 PROPOSED RONEIAIWf -+ PEDESTRUN GRUDGE NOT I MCN PIAMN W G MEA T:1 M YE 2 POINTE OF ACCB, TO RI OWI19Y INED CO AIOOBOT Arnim TIT TATm MAP WM. k [ t h gay 0 900' P100' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-31 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-32 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2- 5 Typical Street Sections mow PAY 11 1t 1It' cAsa I tAM,CCaMµ. RASED LA c ICAPED rrtalaM lye r 17 4'1, t r —1.--12t-•-L- 17 --- 14' 17 `17 17' C— g6' 127 Augmented Arterial Highway (122) • B4Riaebeld Saga Road (Weida Hot Sprees Road to Wogs Road adMwnt to Planting Ares 11 and 13.12 and 14) Pal 13. 14 aloe AN r K a� I l-nu8t:oL C4 0AEUw, 'K� Par 111 t----, i fI i ►AN a0. 10 1 I ,lT-^'-� 17 1r 1,' 1 w lr - 1 a- s , e 6' eV ah9ittAu 8451@ L NDSCAPV) Wpm gtIEVYAIR arm 4 salla ^ . -1vh .ms sagnwa to ctA1a Y aP[ LH 1� 1, PA.1fv �T./H 6' 6 10` 17 14' 14' �+-- 14' --I— 17 66' 110' Modified Arterial Highway (110') • Menta Hot Sprigs Road (WAD ID Sunerfisld Stage Road adjacent to Planning Meas B, OA, 0e, 10, 11] 1•1 Arterial Highway (1101 .ButlarlWd Stage Road (Dorn Muntsu Hot S{Ililgs Road to noMarn projac1 boundary adjacent to Miming Areas 9B and 13) • ButI*M1atl Saga Road (creak crossings as1d Planning Anne 22. 26, '27. 32, and 33A) • &1HA4nd Stage Road Ion -airs southern project bou,dary b RanKiw Cark 7 a Rd) No SW EIS BSR • Curb separated Wow* along PA 27 soh/d1 of Santa Gersudis Creak to Long valley Wash NOTE: Puill44a and drain al 2% board ittaaars Sutler ON IAO 2% 0616161. No an easel WWI ingad%IOW a, %Cal roads .rd private meets. ..-..,. r..,P. -'ITKG 1 Roripaugh Ranch PA's 22. 24 32 vA r RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-33 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2- 6 Typical Street Section Aft 1444 Irk -moo tr[rw.0 MOM 14M sroewKx -- 4 CLAM arses It 1. +.S S 4.$ S--1--12- 14' 14' I 14' --i-- 17 t38 W Wi1P GNE EASEUE.T Modified Arterial Highway (110`) • Murata Hoi Springs Rood (POvioy Road to MWD Wjacprl to PA 4A. 48. and 8) ra o N OTE: Pa'arysfirtm 12% WWI Mak MO Mal Iva 2%aaw It No an E rni pr -Y- shvoilreap an bol ma End — mwh 1TKG 1 RoriJraugll Ranc•11 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-34 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Typical Street Sections PA6 PA 12 IW Figure 2- 7 afer )***01 Modified Collector Road (66') s PA 11 • Ronpaugh Valley Road lsdpcent to Planning Areas 6 and 11) PN1frED 16eDuw— I a "� sCoaau1 CLAM Val IIF :CLASS 6 UNE 1 h elite Me eJ 5' 5' 11' 1? ---AP 12' 5 gfs N' 11' Ser Modified Collector Road (661 PA 11 • Ronoaugh Valley Road ladlacenl to Planning Areas 11 and 121 1 5' 5' fr 11' Modified Collector Road (66') PA 12 • Festa Ranch Road (adjacent to Planning Areas 17, NAP) NOTE: ParloaSya SW drain al 2% toward stneeta. 311101611111.1 how 2% awe lae No on Wont pole* rowed except on local roads. ""'"--ITKC 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-35 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2-7A Typical Street Sections I-1 Local Road(6U • Local Roads for PA 1-8 r W 4J El Modified Local Road (441/581) • Mod eki Local Raub for PA 14 Private Stents (36747' • Prira4 Wand wenn Swhg S Frniy Marring Naaa rot+ zoning daalgnaban L• LM, 111, M2 n PA 14 day. • Parking on both masa 177= 1 Roripaug1i Ranch NOM Pootap ask WA Auk arida lid Iw2%a mILNem sldmit rdpads Mob RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-36 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2-8 Typical Street Sections RAW SCUM Vir — 14 OW- ,4' 5.5 /4 45 Private Streets (247351 • No on street panona lllowd m PA 1-8 only 14 —•"l-- 10 •--I-- 14 14 3. Or Modified Colec or Road (66') *Cale GRIsd (Wilood Lars lo Maks Rd.) •OlrMa craw seals b be condo dad MOWN Modified Collector Road (66') • CAM Chapos (from Bode+field Slaps Road to W &col 1 ane) - ("site Sec4m _ •rnaC I Roripaugl1 Ranch 1MXE Pswwls did dal al ZS bawd wast' Mali td arra 14 alt 41. lip to 404 Meq load sop on lar rads wig Om* Mord RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-37 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2- 9 Typical Gated Entries PamMed ody alum road4hMQsari% d aalpalm LWetaya an 1$13+3 d N rift shat old Ix 21' ride fYeelearwrla bo 36':d. 511.41 c$.wrys an 15' e+w ergo and pada Warr; for two m d 24' .44 sora torr** 4) taw 32a Ewtle emit 1101E Pakrga gad drab al 2% lewd *ask Shutt eel boo2%mot hi.booe• Or ptldy aimed nowt on kcal midi and pew* sheen es 511.@t .1r M' 77 ASI S• 413• 1--1 Private Street (77) Staffed Gated Primary Entry • urrrwu Ha Sp.inpa Rnsd a Pourroy Read PA 3, 4A wF .rao.MM, r roc lotATPOPMCri DtnrrAy �x 4 rmwa as awa 4.5, S 1431 14...'1 6• ei-V l 1 Private Street (1081 Staffed Gated Printery Ei*iy • row... Hot Sprigs Rued 4 Potaoop Pias* - PA 3. 4A PIS MAIM tMOCYEp yew,. rR OBE aie.o/A 5'j Ir 17 —+— 15' 17 7cr 1 J Private street (70'I Card Key Gated Entry PA 1A & 2. 4A & 48 111CC 1 Ror:paugli Bailin S S RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-38 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2-10 MODIFIED SECONDARY HIGHWAY (90') MODIFIED SECONDARY HWY - NICOLAS RD (W. PROJECT BOUNDARY TO BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD) STD.102 MODIF'ICAT10NS: INCREASED R/W FROM 88' TO 90' EXTSND» PARLWAY BY 1', SIDEWALX/DG TRAIL ADDED TO PARKWAY ADDED b' BIKE LANE WITH 2' BUFFER, REDUCED LANE WIDTHS FROM 14' TO 11', REDUCED MEDIAN WIDTH FROM 14' TO 10' 1s itCUM 1 BaE4'AY 14 .44 �►s tnv IV _ PANTED It PIAN -mss MODIFIED SECONDARY HIGHWAY (90') ie MODIFIED SECONDARY HWY - NICOLAS RD OFFSITE (CALLE GIRASOL TO W PROJECT BOUNDARY) RlR::K CIRCULATION MASTER PLAN VALLEY PORTION 0 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-39 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS MN Figure 2- 11 77 1, r ▪ 15' 10' S T Aa. HIR 2'.is10'uH«. it ` r s115 foS/W V 5 MODIFIED PRINCIPAL COLLECTOR (77'} OMODIFIED PRINCIPAL COLLECTOR - LOOP RD (NORTH & SOUTH) STD.103 MODIFICATIONS: 77' R/W, SIDEWALK WIDTH INCREASED FROM 5' M__ 6' EIY XTENDED PARKWAY WIDTH IMAIL INSTEAD OF S!W ON ONE SIDE OF SEET, ADDED 6' BIKE LANE, RAISED MEDIAN INSTEAD OF PAINTED MEDIAN THIS SECTION IS USED IN CONJUNCTION WI7N THE PROPOSED ROUNDABOUTS. MEDIANS EXTEND APPROXIMATELY 125' FROM EACH ROUNDABOUT T Ste' 1@I r .... 7 CIL 7T WV 15' 10' S rc4 T i 1Q' a TA) TED 1®ilii R!V it 12' r6' MODIFIED PRINCIPAL COLLECTOR (77') OMODIFIED PRINCIPAL COLLECTOR - LOOP RD (NORTH & SOUTH) STD. 103 MODIFICATIONS: 77' RTW, SIDEWALK WIDTH INCREASED FROM 5' TO 6' EXTENDED PARKWAY WIDTH, 13' TRAIL INSTEAD OF VW ON ONE SIDE OF STREET, ADDED 6' BIKE LANE R1K CIRCULATION MASTER PLAN VALLEY PORTION RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-40 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2-12 64' VW !VW is haw m r M' 6' AIKP, T S 0. `i COINCIE7E MODIFIED LOCAL ENTRY STREET (64') MODIFIED LOCAL ENTRY STREET NOTES: • APPLICABLE TO LOCAL STREET ENTRIES OFF LOOP ROAD • EXTENDS A MAXIMUM OF 1 BLOCK INTO EACH NEIGHBORHOOD • MODIFIED TO ACCOMMODATE ROUNDABOUTS WHERE PROPOSED STD. 104 MODIFICATIONS: INCREASE R/W FROM 60' TO 64', INCREASE CURB TO CURB WIDTH FROM 44' TO 44', ADDED 4' MEDIAN. ADDED 6' BIKE LANE, DECREASED S/W FROM 6' TO 5' RIK CIRCULATION MASTER PLAN VALLEY PORTION 0 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-41 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Lw Figure 2- 13 STANDARD OR. ti STANDARD DR ?7 ROLLED CURB RDLSSD CURB MOWED LOCAL STREET (56') 0 MODIFIED LOCAL STREET AT DEVELOPER OPTION, MAY BE PRIVATE FL. uN FRCS -1st VAR. FA 13 r MC— 14. STAND. RD OR LTA! DAZD OR ROLMCUII/ ROLM au �uuniniunuul MODIFIED LOCAL STREET -NORTH BOUNDARY ADJACENT (56') • MODIFIED LOCAL STREET (OPEN SPACE BOUNDARY) • AT NORTH BOUNDARY (PA 13 INTERFACE) I K NOTES: • 4:1 OR ST R SLOPE NO BUFFER RFOUtRFDiWF�N AJACENTDJACENT GRADE I5 LESS THAN 4:1, OR AT RESIDENTIAL FRONT YARD LESS THAN 4:1 • AT DEVELOPER OPTION, MAY BE PRIVATE STD. 104 MODIFICATIONS: DECREASE RN/ FROM 60 TO 56' SIDEWALK WIDTH DECREASED FROM 6' TO 5', 10' TRAIL IAISTEAD OP SSW ON ONE SIDE OF STREET CIRCULATION MASTER PLAN VALLEY PORTION RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-42 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2- 14 1VW ROLLED CURE 1---1 ROLLED CURB MODIFIED LOCAL STREET - CLUSTER UNITS (50') 0 MODIFIED LOCAL STREET (SINGLE FRONTAGE) NOM! 7 LANDSCAPE RUFPFA AT 2% WHERE ADJACENT TO 4:1 OR STEEPER SLOPE. NO BUFFER ID RWIIEN ADJACENT GRADE 1S LESS THAN 4:1. OR AT FRONT YARD LESS THAN 4:1 • AT DEVELOI R OPTION, MAY BE PRIVATE AT DEVELOPER OPTION, MAY BE PRIVATE STD.104 MODIFICATIONS: DECREASE R/W FROM 60' TO 50' DL'CREASFD CURB TO CURB 1 WIDTH ROM 40 TO 37 SIDEWALK WIDTH DECREASED FROM 6' TO 5', 10' TRAIL INSTEAD OF S!W ON ONE SIDE 01 STRBET MODIFIED LOCAL STREET - CLUSTER UNITS (50') 0 MODIFIED LOCAL STREET (PRIVATE) i \ I ti-, 1\ STD. 104 MODIFlCA110NS: DN.CREASLL RAY FROM 60 TO 4r DECREASED MIR TO CURB WIDTH FROM 40' TO 36', DECREASED PARKWAY WIDTH FROM 10' TOB CIRCULATION MASTER PLAN VALLEY PORTION 1 U 1 0 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-43 J MIII r. ROLLED CURE 1---1 ROLLED CURB MODIFIED LOCAL STREET - CLUSTER UNITS (50') 0 MODIFIED LOCAL STREET (SINGLE FRONTAGE) NOM! 7 LANDSCAPE RUFPFA AT 2% WHERE ADJACENT TO 4:1 OR STEEPER SLOPE. NO BUFFER ID RWIIEN ADJACENT GRADE 1S LESS THAN 4:1. OR AT FRONT YARD LESS THAN 4:1 • AT DEVELOI R OPTION, MAY BE PRIVATE AT DEVELOPER OPTION, MAY BE PRIVATE STD.104 MODIFICATIONS: DECREASE R/W FROM 60' TO 50' DL'CREASFD CURB TO CURB 1 WIDTH ROM 40 TO 37 SIDEWALK WIDTH DECREASED FROM 6' TO 5', 10' TRAIL INSTEAD OF S!W ON ONE SIDE 01 STRBET MODIFIED LOCAL STREET - CLUSTER UNITS (50') 0 MODIFIED LOCAL STREET (PRIVATE) i \ I ti-, 1\ STD. 104 MODIFlCA110NS: DN.CREASLL RAY FROM 60 TO 4r DECREASED MIR TO CURB WIDTH FROM 40' TO 36', DECREASED PARKWAY WIDTH FROM 10' TOB CIRCULATION MASTER PLAN VALLEY PORTION 1 U 1 0 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-43 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-44 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2-14A (17# VdS; Jekj 31#080S tpuea u8nedi.o8 Buffered Bicycle Lane o" Curb i Notes: • Final design to be reviewed and approved by Community Development and Public Works Departments Roripaugh Ranch L Decorative Pavinnent Apron Mountable Curb Staggered Pulstrien Crossing n 250' 0 250' 500' ell, jrn RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-45 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-46 MOW DIM= EfOIM ACINIM110..MOR NEVIEWwMMMRIMPEci PORAMM01YOwWISU A WONT COMICS RMONOSATTN11 TM Of RIISRMTdIR PSWlAINOC 141MCSWI AMD HEFT RF110104 PLANA NV1d 3Id133dS HDNV2! 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MAP LEV4 R1 k 307 0 3Da 900 Figure 2- 19 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2.56 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.3 DRAINAGE AND WATER QUALITY PLAN Project Description As seen in Figures 2-20 and 2-21, the drainage and water quality master plan provides the framework for drainage and water quality control within the Specific Plan area and serves to avoid potential hydrologic impacts to downstream areas.. All development proposed within Roripaugh Ranch shall be required to incorporate the design criteria discussed in this section. Prior to the issuance of any grading permit, the developer shall provide a Drainage Study covering both Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash immediately downstream of the project site. Additionally, the developer shall also provide a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) demonstrating that the project fulfills stormwater quality requirements prior to issuance of any grading permit. The design of the flood control facilities is based on a 100 year storm event. This includes open channels, storm drains, and detention and/or flow -by basins. Detailed engineering of drainage facilities will be completed at the time construction plans are prepared and will be in accordance with approved engineering practices of the City of Temecula and Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District standards. Hydrology for this study is based upon the document titled "The Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District's Hydrology Manual" dated April 1978, The Synthetic Unit Hydrograph Method was used for tributary areas greater than 300 acres. The Rational Method was used for those areas less than 300 acres. Facility Description Plateau Approximately 550.4 acres or 68% of the site will remain in natural open space or maintained with pervious surfaces such as turf grass (e.g. parks and yards) and landscaping. This figure includes all of the open space and a majority of the parkland acreage plus approximately half of the school property for fields and half the residential acres for yards. Conversely, almost a third (254.3 acres or 32%) of the site will be covered by impervious surfaces. Therefore, development of the project site will significantly increase the amount of onsite drainage due to the covering of native soils, which are presently very pervious, with various impervious surfaces such as asphalt, concrete, and buildings. The Drainage Management Plan for the Plateau will maintain flows in the Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash at or below their present levels. This will be accomplished by installing two (2) detention and/or flow -by basins to detain water during high flows but allow low flows to immediately exit the site. Two additional detention basins will be located in the south-central and western portions of the Plateau. With the completion of the master drainage facilities, Santa Gertrudis Creek will have an inlet Qioo of 2,797 cfs and an outlet of 3,467 cfs, equal to its existing outflow. Long Valley Wash will have an inlet of 3,768 cfs and an outlet of approximately 4,460 cfs, equal to its existing outflow. Figure 2-20 shows the Master Plan of Drainage for the Plateau based on continuing discussions with County Flood Control and City Public Works staff the project developer will install flood protection on Santa Gertrudis Creek downstream of the site to approximately where Calle Girasol/Nicolas Road crosses the creek. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-57 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS The hydrology study by Adkan Engineering in 2001 indicates that offsite flows from the easternmost of the original four small drainage channels in the Plateau area only carry 9 cubic feet per second (cfs). This drainage course will be channelized as Planning Area 4B is developed. These improvements will not have any significant impacts on downstream properties since the drainage master plan for the Roripaugh Ranch property proposes to maintain the same offsite flows as presently exist. Any concentrated offsite flows will be adequately dispersed by the use of rip -rap, or equivalent improvements as approved by the City Engineer. Project -related improvements have been arranged and designed to prevent uncontrolled runoff to Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash. Onsite flows generated by the development of the project site will be carried through the streets within rights-of-way until street capacities are reached. Flows beyond street capacities will necessitate a series of catch basins and storm drain systems. The Conceptual Drainage Master Plan for the project proposes the construction of four flow -by and/or detention basins in the following locations; 1) at the south end of Planning Area 3; and 2) the southwest portion of Planning Area 1A. Other improvements anticipated for both Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash involve hydro -arch bridges or other design approved by the City Engineer at major road crossings, as previously depicted in Figure 2-20. All drainage and flood control facilities and design standards shall be subject to review and approval by the City of Temecula and, where applicable, the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. All structures onsite will be constructed at least one foot above established 100 -year flood limits, as required by flood insurance standards. Valley Drainage: Development of the project site will significantly increase the amount of onsite runoff due to the construction of impervious surfaces such as asphalt, concrete, and buildings. A hydromodification management plan (}-IMP) analysis will be performed to comply with the 2013 MS4 Permit requirements and address potential concern related to erosion of the downstream natural channels. In regards to the Drainage Study, it is anticipated that the on-site drainage characteristics to the Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash will be similar as compared to the current condition. This will be accomplished by providing a detention basin(s) to detain storm water for the flood control purposes. At this time, it is anticipated that a detention analysis will be needed for areas that will drain to the Santa Gertrudis Creek. An on-site detention analysis is not anticipated to be required for the Long Valley Wash; however, incidental detention and retention will be provided through the proposed BM Ps that will be sized for the storm water quality and hydromodification management requirements. Offsite flow will be by-passed through the site as Planning Areas 19 and 21 are developed, and routed into Long Valley Wash. A drainage study was previously developed specifically for Long Valley Wash and Santa Gertrudis Creek, titled "Drainage Study for the CFD and Village Core Portion of Roripaugh Ranch in the City of Temecula", dated October 21, 2004, and prepared by David Evans and Associates (DEA). Project -related improvements have been arranged and designed to prevent uncontrolled runoff to Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash. Onsite flows generated by the development of the RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-58 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS project site will be carried through the streets within rights-of-way until street capacities are reached. Flows beyond street capacities will necessitate a series of catch basins and storm drain systems. Water Quality: The design of storm water quality Best Management Practices (BMPs) for the Valley is based on the 24-hour, 85th percentile storm event, as determined by regional guidance documents. The City of Temecula is currently subject to the Municipal Storm Water Permit (MS4 Permit) Order No. 2010- 0016 for the Santa Margarita Region ("2010 MS4 Permit" for Santa Margarita Region). However, implementation of the MS4 Permit Order No. R9-2013-0001, as amended by R9-2015-0001 and R9- 2015-0100 issued by the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego Region ("2013 MS4 Permit" for San Diego Region) is anticipated to take place in early 2018 and the City of Temecula will be required to comply with the 2013 MS4 Permit requirements. Therefore, the proposed storm water quality BMPs will be designed in accordance with the requirements of the 2013 MS4 Permit for the San Diego Region. In addition to storm water quality, in accordance with the 2013 MS4 Permit, Low Impact Design (LID) practices will be incorporated into the consideration of site design, source control, and structural BMP's. The project -specific WQMP will address BMP design and maintenance. Figure 2-21 shows the Valley Conceptual Drainage and Water Quality Master Plan for the proposed project. The exact locations and sizes of detention and water quality basins shown on the Figure will be determined at the time of the Tentative Tract Map submittal. The proposed BMPs (i.e. - biofiltration BMPs) may be designed to meet the storm water quality, hydromodification management, and flood control requirements. The proposed drainage and flood control facilities, as well as the storm water quality management BMPs, shall be subject to review and approval by the City of Temecula and, where applicable, the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. Project Development Standards 1. Prior to the issuance of a grading permit, the developer shall provide a Drainage Management Plan (DMP) covering both Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash immediately downstream of the project site. The DMP must provide permanent erosion control measures sufficient to protect downstream properties from flooding, scour, erosion and/or other drainage -related damage up to a 100 -year storm. The DMP will demonstrate that runoff leaving the project site will not increase velocity or flow. The report will demonstrate how total offsite flows from the 2 channels can be reduced to the greatest extent feasible from existing flow. The DMP will identify maintenance responsibilities and be prepared to the satisfaction of the City Public Works Department and the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. The DMP shall incorporate any changes to the project drainage reports and demonstrate the project meets all applicable requirements of the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFCWCD) relative to drainage improvements and drainage -related construction activities. The DMP must demonstrate the planned improvements will prevent downstream erosion and flooding impacts and any increases in offsite runoff. If it cannot RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-59 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS demonstrate these conditions are met, the onsite flood control structures will be modified or the number/layout of residential units or non-residential uses will be modified to achieve these standards, to the satisfaction of the City Public Works Department and the RCFCWCD. For the purposes of this measure, downstream impacts also refer to MWD pipelines that could be impacted. 2. Prior to recordation of any map, or issuance of a grading permit, the developer shall provide a maintenance agreement for the portions of the Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash on the project site. It must be mutually agreeable to the City Public Works Department, the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFCWCD), and the Home Owners Association (HOA). This agreement shall state that the City is only responsible for maintaining flood control facilities under public roads, and is not responsible for maintaining the Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash channels or detention basins, and the other facilities must be maintained by RCFCWCD. 3. Prior to issuance of grading permits, the developer shall coordinate any construction that could impact facilities of the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) to assure that their facilities are not damaged by project construction, either on or offsite. 4. Prior to the issuance of grading permits, the developer shall identify and make, as necessary, interim channel improvements including, but not limited to, grading and construction of detention basins during the period before Phase 2 permanent channel improvements are constructed to protect downstream drainage facilities constructed during Phase 1, to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. A mass grading permit shall be required for this grading and interim improvements. 5. During the entire development process for the project including grading of interim improvements, any concentrated offsite flows will be adequately dispersed by the use of rip -rap, armorflex, or equivalent improvements, as approved by and to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. In addition to the proposed Master Plan of Drainage, the following measures are proposed to mitigate potentially significant impacts to surface and/or groundwater quantity and quality that might result from project implementation, including offsite roadway and utility line work: 6. Prior to recordation of the first or any grading permit or final map, the developer shall provide a Conditional Letter of Map Revision and comply with that process, to the satisfaction of the City Public Works Department for planning areas where an existing mapped floodplain is identified, as necessary. 7. Prior to issuance of the first building permit for Phase 2, the developer shall submit appropriate documentation to the Federal Emergency Management Agency sufficient to update the Flood Insurance Rate Maps for Planning Areas 12, 13,14, 27, 33A, and 33B for Santa Gertrudis Creek, and Planning Areas 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, and 31 for Long Valley Wash. 8. Prior to issuance of a grading permit, the developer shall prepare and submit a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP} to the SDRWOCB for review and comment covering both construction and occupancy of the project. The WQMP shall be implemented to the satisfaction of the City Public Works Department. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-60 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS The following Project Development Standards will be applied specifically to the Valley Neighborhood: 1. Prior to the issuance of a grading permit, the developer shall provide a Drainage Study covering both Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash immediately downstream of the project site. The Drainage Study must provide permanent erosion control measures sufficient to protect downstream properties from flooding, scour, erosion and/or other drainage -related damage up to a 100 -year storm. The Drainage Study will demonstrate that runoff leaving the project site will not increase velocity or flow. The Drainage Study will identify maintenance responsibilities and be prepared to the satisfaction of the City Public Works Department and the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFC & WCD). The Drainage Study shall incorporate any changes to the project drainage reports and demonstrate the project meets all applicable requirements of the RCFC & WCD and the City of Temecula relative to drainage improvements and drainage -related construction activities. The Drainage Study must demonstrate the planned improvements will prevent downstream erosion and flooding impacts and any increases in offsite runoff. 2. Prior to the issuance of a grading permit, the developer shall provide a Drainage Study for each planning area where development is proposed. The drainage strudy will be prepared by a registered civil engineer and submitted to Public Works with the initial grading plan check in accordance with the City of Temecula and County of Riverside standards. The study will identify stormwater runoff as part of the hydromodification plan (HMP). It shall identify all existing or proposed offsite or onsite, public or private, drainage facilities intended to discharge this runoff. Runoff shall be conveyed to an adequate outfall capable of receiving the storm water runoff without damage to public or private property. The study shall include an analysis that any proposed water quality or HMP basin has adequate capacity to mitigate increased storm water runoff. 3. Prior to the issuance of a grading permit, the developer shall also provide a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) demonstrating that the project fulfills stormwater quality requirements. The WQMP will be submitted to the City of Temecula for review and comment covering both construction and occupancy of the project. The WQMP shall be implemented to the satisfaction of the City Public Works Department. 4. The design of storm water quality Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Roripaugh Ranch is based on the 24-hour, 85th percentile storm event, as determined by regional guidance documents. The City of Temecula is currently subject to the Municipal Storm Water Permit (MS4 Permit) Order No. 2010-0016 for the Santa Margarita Region ("2010 MS4 Permit" for Santa Margarita Region). However, implementation of the MS4 Permit Order No. R9-2013-0001, as amended by R9-2015-0001 and R9-2015-0100 issued by the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego Region ("2013 MS4 Permit" for San Diego Region) is anticipated to take place in early 2018 and the City of Temecula will be required to comply with the 2013 MS4 Permit requirements. Therefore, the proposed storm water quality BMPs will be designed in accordance with the requirements of the 2013 MS4 Permit for San Diego Region. In addition to the storm water quality, a hydromodification management plan (HMP) analysis will be performed to comply with the 2013 MS4 Permit requirements and address potential concern related to erosion of the downstream natural channels. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-61 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS S. Prior to recordation of any map, or issuance of a grading permit, the developer shall provide a maintenance agreement for the portions of the Santa Gertrudis Creek, Long Valley Wash, and Stormwater BMPs on the project site. It must be mutually agreeable to the City Public Works Department, the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFC & WCD), and the Home Owners Association (HOA). This agreement shall state that the City is only responsible for maintaining flood control facilities conveying flows from public roads and by-passed flows that do not enter HOA maintained Stormwater BMPs, and is not responsible for maintaining the Santa Gertrudis Creek and Long Valley Wash channels, and the other facilities must be maintained by RCFC & WCD and the HOA. 6. Prior to issuance of grading permits, the developer shall coordinate any construction that could impact facilities of the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) to assure that their facilities are not damaged by project construction, either on or offsite. 7. The developer has constructed interim channel improvements with the build -out of Phase 1, thereby allowing Phase 2 permanent channel improvements to protect downstream drainage facilities to be constructed to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. 8. During the entire development process for the project any concentrated offsite flows will be adequately dispersed by the use of rip -rap, or equivalent improvements, as approved by and to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-62 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Conceptual Drainage Master Plan 1A 13 • ,7 sop 1• W adman 1 - i'1 I ' I Fawned 3,4* aim Owls 1,`a Plaoawd IR Slim Oaals PM Panaanne 17 Ott Moe Pau♦owa 77 Mem Orals Fa Psasar Oram Orals aaliO1i1 lfard•ws AM rim w.+sa as ask lywod IWr Oran Lain lrsk asks Sows no wsyabil Owl lskaMl WigN Pfd Iwa risk We w Or s>•a • askiir aiiwo. ITKG 1 Kc)l-ipattg•l) Ranch Figure 2- 20 SEE AMENDED FIGURE INDICATING CHANGES APPLICABLE TO THE VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-63 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-64 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2.21 Roripaugh Ranch Valley Portion CONCEPTUAL DRAINAGE & WATER QUALITY MASTER PLAN LEGEND PROPOSED sTORSI DRAM ROU DIRECTION EXISTING STORM DRAM UOROYED MATLRA. DRAINAGE PROPOSED TATER DUALITY 1ASa4 T REST, SEw'ER •,TER rlSTp it titaO NOTES: . 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I\ 1 h 300' 0 SOU DDD' anw RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 265 n 0 0 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-66 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.4 WATER MASTER PLAN Project Description Domestic water will mainly be supplied to Roripaugh Ranch by Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD), while a small portion of the project (Planning Areas 33A and 33B) will be served by the Rancho California Water District (RCWD). The Water Master Plan, as depicted in Figures 2-22 and 2-23, will provide domestic water to the future residents of Roripaugh Ranch in a manner consistent with the requirements of EMWD and RCWD. The project complies with all applicable requirements that pertain to SB221 and SB 610, as documented in the Final EIR for the project. Facility Description Onsite Domestic water will be supplied to most of the project site by EMWD, although Planning Areas 33A and 33B will be served by the Rancho California Water District (RCWD). The Water Master Plan is designed to provide domestic water to the future residents of Roripaugh Ranch in a manner consistent with the City and EMWD requirements. The project site is within the 1508 pressure zone. The daily water supply will be serviced by the existing 6.8 million gallon (MG) reservoir built by Assessment District 161. This reservoir is located in the Rancho Bella Vista Specific Plan area, approximately 3,000 feet west of Butterfield Stage Road, and approximately 3,400 feet north of Murrieta Hot Springs Road. A 24 -inch feeder line from the reservoir to the project site is needed, which is scheduled to be constructed by the developers of Rancho Bella Vista and Roripaugh Ranch. The onsite water system is shown in Figures 2-22 and 2-23 and will consist of backbone lines ranging from 8 to16 inches in diameter. Design and inspection criteria will be under the jurisdiction of EMWD although fire flow requirements are also regulated by the Riverside County Fire Department. Offsite The Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) currently provides water service to the project area and most of the project site. The project site is located within the 1508 Pressure Zone and, at present, a 12" water line is installed in Butterfield Stage Road between Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Nicolas Road, and a 16" water line from Nicolas Road to South Loop Road. There are 18" and 16" water lines are installed in Roripaugh Valley Road and Fiesta Ranch Road. A 16" main line is installed in Nicolas Road from Fiesta Ranch Road to Butterfield Stage Road. Finally, 16" water is stubbed on both North and South Loop Road for future extension. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), a regional wholesale water supplier, maintains a 96 -inch regional water line that crosses the Plateau portion of the project. The closest connection for water service to the project site is an MWD "turnout" located two miles north of the Plateau area (EM -17) at the north end of the Rancho Bella Vista property, which also has two existing reservoirs (2.0 MG and 6.8 MG). The Water Master Plan is conceptual, and facilities will be refined and adjusted during the tentative tract map process. Precise alignments and facility sizing will be finalized at that stage of development and, therefore, the location and size of water facilities depicted in this document may change, as approved by the City of Temecula Public Works Department and as required by the Riverside County Fire Department for fire flows. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-67 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Ioint Emergency Connection It is currently contemplated by Rancho California Water District and Eastern Municipal Water District to construct a joint emergency connection between the two systems in the most southernly portion of the site adjacent to Butterfield Stage Road. Project Development Standards 1. Prior to recordation of final maps, the developer shall demonstrate that water in adequate volume and of adequate quality is available to serve the project start-up through the completion and full occupancy per requirements of the Eastern Municipal Water District and Rancho California Water District, as applicable. 2. All proposed water lines and facilities shall be designed and installed per Eastern Municipal Water District requirements and specifications. 3. Will serve letters will be obtained from Eastern Municipal Water District (excluding Planning Areas 33A and 33B) prior to approval of a subdivision map, and/or development plan for commercial uses in accordance with the State Subdivision Map Act. Will serve letters shall be obtained for Planning Areas 33A and 33B from the Rancho California Water District prior to approval of a subdivision map, and/or development plan for residential uses in accordance with the State Subdivision Map Act. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-68 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Conceptual Water Master Plan 24' EMI RASO *e,. J %_%aaaaw: Molnar Viva UM • (1306 Pseiie Zane) Figure 2- 22 • 4A W NS.0 1iM ._ rr e � 13 7A : 1� pKafH Papaaed e' waw Win Propound 12' Waw Win Poposod 15'-t6' Wier Men Pnoprned 24' Well Wire BM% wow Liu E11*9 Waw Tarn iTfcic 1 Roripaugh R;,,,d1 ! NAP yis 441. 15 to •C I• MA W OM 17 •1.4 Na. 19 L1.1 i 01/e lcj SEE AMENDED FIGURE INDICATING CHANGES APPLICABLE TO THE VALLEY NEIOHBORH000 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-69 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-70 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2- 23 Roripaugh Ranch Valley Portion CONCEPTUAL WATER MASTER PLAN LEGEND PROPOSED 16'TATER EIND PZ 75011 PROPOSED 5"!ATER E1110 PZ EOM - EXISTING DAM TATER- PZ SOB EXISTING RCTO CATER- PZ 1115 EXISTING RCTD TATER-PZ %ET EMUD PRESSURE ZONE 5011 RCC° PRE SSUE ZONE MSS l REVD PRESSURE ZONE x10 NOIR WATRRU*AiS OUTSRTF OF MASTFR DEINEU STT rumen era ElElITTHIN }UMW EASEMENTS UNTIL THE LOCAL STREETS ARE BUILT. RICK 300' 0 30d 600 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2 71 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-72 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.5 SEWER MASTER PLAN Project Description The Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) currently provides sewer service to the project area. At present, there is a 15" sewer installed in Murrieta Hot Springs Road, 8" sewer in Roripaugh Valley Road, 8" sewer in Fiesta Ranch Road, 8" to 15" sewer in Butterfield Stage Road, and the 21" Wine Country Sewer along Long Valley Wash and PA 27. EMWD has the present on-line capacity to treat 49 million gallons per day (MGD) of wastewater. EMWD's Temecula Valley Plant, which serves the project area, is rated at 8 MGD, but is currently treating 6 MGD. EMWD has indicated it can accommodate planned growth in the Temecula area for the foreseeable future. Facility Description Onsite System The Sewer Master Plan as illustrated in Figures 2-24 and 2-25, is designed to provide sewer services to the future project residents in a manner consistent with requirements of the City and EMWD. A series of 8 to18-inch lines would serve the project site tied to a new 18 -inch main line in Nicolas Road. Interior lines servicing individual subdivisions will consist of 8 -inch lines. This system is designed to also accommodate future flows from the Rancho Bella Vista and Johnson Ranch projects to the north and from the Calle Contento area to the southeast. Precise alignments and sizing of sewer facilities will be determined at the tentative tract map stage of development. The location and size of facilities identified in the document may change, subject to the approval of the City of Temecula Public Works Department and EMWD. NOTE: It is possible that the project applicant may wish to construct certain offsite sewer improvements on or ahead of their planned schedules to adequately serve the proposed project. The funding and scheduling of such improvements would be coordinated through the EMWD_ Regional System The total average sewage flow from the project (0.62 MGD), except for the portion in the Plateau that flows northwesterly to Murrieta Hot Springs Road (0.147 MGD), will flow to Nicolas Road and be conveyed by a proposed 18 -inch pipe to Liefer Road. From that point, a 21 -inch pipe is proposed to Joseph Road where it will connect to an existing 18 -inch line maintained by EMWD. A proposed 18- inch line in Murrieta Hot Springs Road, from Pourroy Road to the end of the Plateau area will be required to convey flows from the Plateau area, Rancho Bella Vista, and the Tucalota Lift Station. Project Development Standards 1. All proposed sewer lines and facilities shall be designed and installed per Eastern Municipal Water District and Riverside County Health Department requirements and specifications. 2. Will serve letters will be obtained from Eastern Municipal Water District prior to approval of a subdivision map, and/or development plan for commercial uses in accordance with State Subdivision Map Act. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-73 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 3. If available, the developer shall obtain reclaimed water for irrigating landscaped areas on the project site, to the satisfaction of the Temecula Community Services District and Public Works Departments. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-74 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Conceptual Sewer Master Plan --FUTURE RANCHO BFI LA VISTA .n. K..., o...... -rico 1 Roripaugh Ranch at 01W GCE AMENDED FIGURE INDICATING CHANGES APPLICARI E TO THE VALLEYNEIGHBORHOOt Figure 2.24 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-75 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-76 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Roripaugh Ranch Valley Portion CONCEPTUAL SEWE MASTER PLAN LEGEND PROPOSED GRAVITY SEDER MAIN EXISTING GRAVITY SEVER MAIN FLOW DIRECTION EXIST INC MANGLE NOT* aA IBM OUT>8WIO MAltfl INPIRZWARINTfflIQMI MUIR WYNN PAM RASP/Mel wilt Ile MCA. STIRRTI ARP BUILT R1('h 300' 0 300' S00' 41 Figure 2- 25 0 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-77 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-78 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.6 GRADING MASTER PLAN Project Description The grading concept for Roripaugh Ranch is depicted on Figures 2-26 and 2-27, which illustrates the conceptual master grading activities that are required to prepare the site for development. The project site may be mass graded in two phases that generally reflect the anticipated phasing of development as discussed in Section 2.7: Phasing Master Plan. Slopes with undisturbed coastal sage scrub within open space areas are proposed to be left largely in their natural state, without grading or earthwork. Exceptions will include road crossings and construction incidental to proposed detention basins and realignment of the Santa Gertrudis Creek. Grading Description The grading plan is closely tied to the phasing plan in an attempt to balance earthwork across the entire site. While this will minimize the exporting or importing of soil, it may result in the stockpiling of soil for an extended period of time. Where this occurs, erosion control measures must be implemented to minimize the loss of soil by wind or water erosion. Preliminary grading studies indicate the total project will require approximately 7 million cubic yards of earthwork (i.e., cut and fill) which will be balanced onsite, as shown below: Area Cut [cyl Fill (cy) PA 1A through 5, 7A, 7B, 7C 1,315,247 1,321,935 PA 13 through 32 6,140,225 3,789,716 Transition Area* 543,086 1,890,234 Sub -Total 7,998,558 7,001,885 Shrinkage (-12.5%1 (996.6731 N/A TOTAL 7,001,885 7,001,885 *Includes Planning Areas 6, 10, 11, 12, 33A, and 33B The Plateau portion of the site will be graded relatively flat with a shallow slope to the southwest. The southern portion of the Valley area will rise gradually away from the improved Long Valley Wash, with steeper slopes found along the southern flanks of the central ridge onsite. The central and northern portions of the site area will be graded into several separate pads to help separate the various non-residential uses. Most of Santa Gertrudis Creek will remain undisturbed with minimal grading or earthwork. The only exception will be grading needed for flood control improvements, including detention basins, just east of Butterfield Stage Road. The top of the central ridge south of Santa Gertrudis Creek will be removed approximately thirty feet to allow for the placement of home pads. Grading will be completed with all stockpiling in the adjacent phase area onsite. As outlined in the Specific Plan, detailed grading plans will be processed with associated tentative tract maps according to City requirements. Contour grading is proposed on slopes over 30 feet in height, while maintaining adequate gradients for streets and intersection sight distances. Contour grading should blend in the natural slope as much as possible. The grading plan will require that graded slopes be revegetated and erosion control facilities be installed to protect residents and property from erosion and uncontrolled runoff. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-79 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS The Butterfield Stage Road extension south of the project site may require up to a million cubic yards of earthwork (primarily cut) in addition to grading the project site. The work will be balanced as much as possible using the Roripaugh Ranch site for temporary stock piling, if necessary. Project Development Standards 1. Prior to the issuance of grading permits, engineering reports addressing geologic, seismic, or soil limitations and foundation design will be prepared for the following planning areas: PA(s) Report Topic(s) 12 liquification 14 liquification, landslides 15 landslides 17 landslides 18 liquification (south end) 19 landslides and liquification for lots along creek 20 landslides and liquification for lots along creek 22 liquification 23 liquification 24 liquification 27 liquification (sports park) 28 liquification (school site) 31 liquification 33A and 33B liquification Nicolas Road liquification (offsite improvements) If a particular lot cannot accommodate appropriate setbacks, it will not be built. These reports will specify appropriate foundations and other design parameters to alleviate identified potential geotechnical impacts. These reports will be prepared and approved by the City Department of Public Works prior to the issuance of grading permits. 2. Prior to the issuance of grading permits for offsite improvements related to the project, engineering reports addressing geologic, seismic, or soil limitations and foundation design will be prepared for any affected areas that have not already had such studies, to the satisfaction of the Public Works Department. 3. At least two days prior to scheduled blasting, the developer shall post a clearly visible sign at the intersection of Nicolas Road and Calle Girasol to notify residents of the Nicolas Valley if and when blasting will occur. Any blasting activities will be limited to the hours of 9 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday. 4. Contour grading shall be utilized on slopes over 30 feet, however, if it cannot be used, a report by a registered civil engineer must be submitted with the grading plans that demonstrates why such techniques are not feasible in the particular location. Grading plans must clearly identify slopes over 30 feet high. This report must be submitted and approved by the Public Works Department prior to the issuance of a grading permit. Contour grading shall incorporate the following techniques: o Curve contours shall blend in with the natural slope as much as possible. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-80 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS o Abrupt angular intersections should be avoided. o All roads shall be designed to flow with the contours of the site. o Avoid straight, engineered slopes as much as possible. All slopes shall not exceed the maximum recommended ratio by the geo technical report. o Planting in graded areas shall create a visual appearance of similar character to nearby hillside areas. Trees and plants should be grouped together in swales and in irregular patterns to closely reflect natural conditions. o Manufactured slopes shall be contoured graded where required by City Code and shall conform to the latest California Building Code, Appendix Chapter 33.The grading concept implements techniques to ensure that the overall shape, height, and grade of any cut or slope shall be designed to simulate the natural terrain and blend as much as possible with the adjacent natural open space. 5. All grading shall conform substantially to the Conceptual Grading Plan Figures 2-26 and 2- 27 and shall include grading -related mitigation measures outlined in the EIR. Grading within each development phase shall balance on-site, whenever possible. 6. Prior to the issuance of grading permits, additional studies as required shall be performed that further analyze onsite soil conditions and slope stability. Appropriate measures to control erosion, sediment, and dust will be addressed in conditions of approval required as part of the grading permit. 7. Prior to grading, including clearing and grubbing, a grading permit shall be obtained from the City of Temecula Public Works Department. 8. Slopes exceeding ten (10') feet in vertical height shall be hydromulched, hydroseeded, jute netted, or be covered with some type of erosion control blanket and other erosion control measures needed to prevent soil erosion. 9. Manufactured slopes in excess of thirty (30') feet in vertical height shall be contour graded. 10. Adequate gradients for streets and sight distances at street intersections shall be provided as required by City standards. 11. Unless otherwise approved by the City of Temecula, all cut and fill slopes shall be constructed at inclinations not steeper than two (2) horizontal feet to one (1) vertical foot. A slope stability report addressing slope stability, erosion control, and landscaping, prepared by a soils engineer or a geotechnical engineer shall be required for proposed slopes steeper than 2:1. 12. The applicant shall be responsible for maintenance and upkeep of ail planting and irrigation systems until those operations become the responsibility of other parties. 13. Graded, but undeveloped land shall be maintained weed -free and planted with interim landscaping, such as hydroseed, and temporary irrigation within ninety (90) days of completion of grading, unless building permits are obtained. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-81 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 14. Soil stabilizers shall be used to control dust as required by SCAQMD Rule 403. 15. Paleontologists and Archeologists shall be present during grading, including excavated soil stockpiles in accordance within the Revised Draft EIR. 16. The extension of Butterfield Stage Road south of the project site may require up to a million cubic yards of earthwork (primarily cut) in addition to grading the project site. This work will be balanced as much as possible using the project site for temporary stockpiling, if necessary. Construction of other offsite improvements may also require additional grading. 17. Prior to issuance of a grading permit, clearances must be obtained from the following environmental agencies: • California Department of Fish & Game • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers • San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board Note: See Figures 2-27A through 2-27J for grading sections as they relate to the Valley Neighborhood. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-82 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Conceptual Grading Master Plan St t AMENDED FIGURE INDICATING CHANGES APPLICABLE TO THE VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD 17114=1 Rorilaaugh Ranch Figure 2- 26 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-N3 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-84 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PIAN COMPONENTS A Figure 2- 27 Roripaugh Ranch Valley Portion CONCEPTUAL GRADING MASTER PLAN LEGEND I I D SANTA CENTRUM CHEER CHANNEL IONC VALLFY WASH NONIPAUCN VALLEY NANCN VINCSrEEP SLC I ION LOCAI ION N(YIL. BAC] I Ci»VGRLIJT REPIU SB}fIS A SEPARATE GRAS -WING RNA R1 PINTEI NT RICK 300' 0 300' 600 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-85 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-86 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2-27A N1Y PARCa BOIIDARY PA 95 OPEN SPACE i GROW PA 10 NORTH BOUNDARY CFIOSS SECTION N.T.S. EtY PARCH BOMARY EXISIDIG-A GROUND 1 PA 98 OPEN SPACE PA 10 EAST BOUNDARY ROBS SECTION N.T.S. GRADING MASTER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-87 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS R 1CK PA 13 OPV SPACE Figure 2-27B WLY TRACI BOUNDARY r r l r 1 . I r I 1 PA 14 NORTH BOUNDARY CROSS SECTION N.T.S. N11Y TRACT BOUNDARY 1 1 OPE A SPACE 1 'N\ EXISTING3_ CRODU PA 15 NORTH BOUNDARY CROSS SECTION M.T.S. GRADING MASTER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-88 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS N1Y TRACT BOUNDARY PA T3 OPEN SPACE Figure 2-27C = GROUND PA 16 NORTHWEST BOUNDARY N1T TRACT BOUNDARY 1 1 PA C OPEN SPACE 1 1 R 1(_'1< MSS SECTION N.T.S. EXISTING GROUND PA 17 NORTHWEST BOUNDARY cRITIP" GRADING MASTER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION a RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-89 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS OPEN SPACE EXISTING SLOPE r'LY TRACT BOUNDARY N'LY TRACT BOIMARY bid . Figure 2-27D EXIST. GROl11Q PA 17 NORTHWEST BOUNDARY . 1 _ SLOPE RIc:l� *360' E'LY TRACT BOUFDART ��EXIST. SLOPE PA 11 NE AND NW BOUNDARY MOSS SECTION N.T.S. GRADING MAS IAA PLAN - VALLEY PORTION . 1 . 1 1 1 1 0 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-90 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS PA 28 PL Figure 2-27E DOSTINGGRoutip--\___ E'LY TRACT BOUNDARY PA 13 1 OPEN SPACE 1 1 1 �-1 PA 17 EAST BOUNDARY CROSS SECTION N.T.S. PA 26 EXISTING GROUND LONG VALLEY WASH BETWEEN PA 28 & PA 23A GRADING MASTER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION PL PA 23A RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-91 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS PA 31 PL PA 1$ Figure 2-27F PL PA 26 EXISTING / CROWD -\* LONG VALLEY WASH BETWEEN PA31 & PA24 PL CROs xanoN N.TS. PA 25 EXISTING GROUND LONG VALLEY WASH BETWEEN PAM & PA20 GRADING MASTER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION PL PA 20 PA 24 1Z G RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-92 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS R ILK Figure 2-27G STY TRACT BOUNDARY PA 21EXISTING v I\ PA 21 SOUTH BOUNDARY PA 20 Dasum 13E)/ STY TRACT BOUNDARY 1 1 H.A.P. 1 PA 20 SQJIH BOUNDARY CROSS :moo N.TS GRADING MASTER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION 1 1 A RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-93 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS R1LK PA 19 DiSTDC Figure 2-2711 S'LY TRACT BOJCARY 1 N.A.P. COSTING RESIDENCE PA 19 EAST BOUNDARY (SOUTH) CROSS SECTION PA 19 DaSTINC.3.„ E'LY TRACT BOIICARY 1 N.A.P. Ex:s'INC PA 19 EAST BOUNDARY (NORTH) CROSS SECTION N.TS. GRADING MASTER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-94 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2-27I N'LY TRACT BOUNDARY I PA 0 1 OPEN SPACE I I �f� Ni PL SLOPE PA 19 PA 19 NORTH BOUNDARY RILK rEXISTING GROUND PA 33A SOUTH BOUNDARY +moss SEC71d1 N.T.S. GRADING MASTER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION t i i 0 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-95 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Figure 2-27J R j ----- 4A- EXISTING / SLOPE 1 PA 14 DQSTINC GROUP 0 PA 14 EAST BOUNDARY GRADING MAS'T'ER PLAN - VALLEY PORTION RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-96 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.7 PHASING MASTER PLAN Project Description The project will be developed in two phases summarized below, and as illustrated in Figure 2-28. Phase 1 Phase 1 is the Plateau and includes the residential areas (Planning Areas 1A -4B), the private recreation center (Planning Area 5), the 0.3 -acre Mini -Park (Planning Area 1B), flood control areas (Planning Areas 7B and 7C), landscape slopes (Planning Area 7A) and all necessary road improvements. This phase also includes the 5.1 acre Neighborhood Park and 1.7 acres of landscape slope (Planning Area 6), the fire station (Planning Area 32), those portions of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Nicolas Road, Calle Chapos, and Calle Girasol that are needed for access and related drainage Improvements. Note: Phase 1 improvements indicated above have been constructed at the time of application for Specific Plan Amendment No. 4. Phase 2 Phase 2 consists of Low, Low Estate, Low Medium, and Medium Density residential designations in the Valley of the site, along Loop Road. Long Valley Wash and Santa Gertrudis Creek will be improved with this phase. The public and private uses on the "inside" of the loop system in the Valley will also be built in this phase. These public uses include the community sports park (Planning Area 27), and subject to the School District entering into a mitigation agreement with the developer, the elementary school and potentially the middle school. The exact location and configuration of either school will be determined in the mitigation agreement, and approved by the City of Temecula through a Site Development Plan process. Alternatively, should the School District determine that one or both of the schools are not needed, these planning areas may be developed with multi -family residential dwelling units. Two private recreation facilities are proposed, one on Planning Area 30 and one on Planning Area 23B. This phase also includes the "central" portion of the site, which is the area between Butterfield Stage Road and the Plateau (Phase 1). It includes commercial uses in Planning Area 11, Low Density residential uses in Planning Areas 10, and 33A, and Medium Density residential uses in Planning Area 12. Timing of Improvements - The timing of specific roadway, intersection, traffic signal improvements, public services and utilities for Phase II was the subject of the Third Amendment to the Specific Plan, and all requirements for timing of improvements are contained in Section 6.0: Implementation. C.F.D. Funding - The developer shall participate in the establishment of a C.F.D. to help fund certain planned improvements. These improvements will be made as needed and/or as identified in the Third Amendment to the Specific Plan and Section 6.0: Implementation. Project Development Standards RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-97 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS The project which consists of 804.7 acres, will be phased in conjunction with the proposed Phasing Plan. In compliance with the conditions of approval of any implementing development project, such as subdivisions, and use permits, improvement plans for the respective landscaped areas, and/or plans to implement a mitigation measure relating to the respective stage of development shall be submitted to the City for approval. 1. The improvement plans shall include, but not be limited to the following: • Mass grading plans; • Rough Grading Plans; • Precise Grading Plans; • Erosion and Sediment Control Plans; • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans; • Street Improvement Plans; • Storm Drain Plans; • Sewer and Water Plans; • Traffic Signal Plans; • Signing and Striping Plans; • Traffic Control Plans; • Landscaping and Irrigation Plans certified by a landscape architect; • Hardscape Plan with location, type and quantity of potential recreational amenities/facilities; • Wall/Fence Treatment Plans; and • Special Treatment/Buffer Area Treatment Plans; 2. Construction of the project including recordation of final subdivision maps, may be done progressively in stages, provided vehicular access, public facilities, and infrastructure including traffic signals as warranted are constructed to adequately service the dwelling units, and/or non-residential uses or as needed for public health and safety, in each stage of development, and further provided that such phase of development conforms substantially with the intent and purpose of the Specific Plan Phasing Program; 3. The phasing sequence described herein is conceptual in nature based on current market demand. Certain planning areas or development phases may be developed out of the expected sequence, provided the required infrastructure and services are available at the time of development; 4. Grading within any development phase may encroach into an area of a future development phase in order to achieve an earthwork balance. If such is the case, grading plans shall be prepared and grading shall be performed in a mariner consistent with the overall conceptual Grading Plan for the project as well as the grading plans for the future development phase. Any "offsite" grading shall adhere to all City requirements. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-98 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Conceptual Phasing Plan Ir101,G..0-0 a, 1i IA W otitZto 2 N K oVs 4A tt 11 AC w10v� 13 a1 In* Ac J Phase 1 TA Phase 2 16 . AC ron MW 06.415114,14! /nH ol�i1 M.C.0 Rodp;1[1,;;I1 Ranch 27 MP MC 11• MG OS 23.1k 1 ICS. PO ,..nn -I 21 g ou>, 11.4 (11.40 2D 18 VK 1nnA � a1°tlilc � 2� 22 Figure 2- 28 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-99 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PIAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-100 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.8 OPEN SPACE AND RECREATIONAL MASTER PLAN Project Description A total of 28.5 acres of improved public parkland, 203.8 acres of natural open space (habitat), 35.3 acres of flood control, 2.1 acres of park and ride/trailhead, and 21.2 acres of landscape slope will be provided in Roripaugh Ranch. These 288.9 acres of parkland and open space represents approximately 36% of the total project acreage. The design of the project will preserve significant features of the natural landscape, such as drainage ways and important habitats, and requires provisions for active and passive recreational opportunities. The need for a comprehensive approach to parks and open space planning is essential as the increasing demand for urban development continues. The Open Space and Recreation Master Plans are shown in Figures 2-29 and 2-30. The Area Wide Open Space Concept Plan is shown on Figure 2-31. Public Parks (See Figures 3-11 and 4-33) The project includes two public parks encompassing a total of 28.5 acres to provide recreational opportunities for the project residents. Within Phase I, this includes a 5.1 acre Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6). Within Phase II, this includes a 21.3 acre community sports park site (Planning Area 27). This location will allow the sports park and the neighboring schools to take full advantage of joint use programs and facilities. The City policy allows "full parkland dedications credit" for these public recreation facilities. Private Recreation (See Figures 3-12, 3-14, 4-34 and 4-35,) The project includes 10.2 acres of private recreation sites. Within Phase I, this entails a 4.8 acre site in the Plateau area (Planning Area 5), and a 0.3 acre Mini -Park (Planning Area 1B). Within Phase 1I, this entails a 2.6 acre site (Planning Area 30) and a 2.5 acre site (Planning Area 23B). The City Subdivision Ordinance only allows up to "half credit" for private recreation facilities, so the project may receive Quimby credit for 5.1 acres of parkland. Project Parkland Requirements The anticipated buildout population for both Phases I and II is 5,743 residents based on the City's recommended household factor 2.85 persons per household. The City also has a Quimby Act parkland requirement of five (5) acres of parkland per thousand residents. Therefore, Phases 1 and II are required to provide an aggregate of 28.7 acres parkland (5,742 residents times 5.0 acres/1,000 residents). Phase I provides 5.1 acres of dedicated public parkland. Phase II provides 21.3 acres of dedicated public parkland. At the buildout of both phases, Roripaugh Ranch will provide 26.4 acres of dedicated public parkland. In return for providing fully improved parks, Roripaugh Ranch may receive credits against the park and recreation component of the City's Development Impact Fees pursuant to a Development Agreement or Park Improvement Agreement. Between Phases I and Il, the Community Services Department (TCSD) has indicated that the project will only receive "half credit" for private parks; Phase 1 provides 5.1 acres of private parks, and Phase II provides 5.1 acres of private parks. This totals 10.2 acres; half credit equals 5.1 acres. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PIAN 2-101 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Thus, the overall project will provide the equivalent of 31.5 acres of parkland (26.4 + 5.1). The overall project therefore exceeds its Quimby parkland requirement of 28.7 acres of parkland by 2.8 acres. Open Space (See Figures 2-29 and 2-30) The Open Space component of Roripaugh Ranch has been designed to complement the area -wide open space/habitat conservation program established within the Johnson Ranch and Rancho Buena Vesta Specific Plan areas. Between both Phases 1 and 11, approximately 265 acres, or 33% of the Roripaugh Ranch's total acreage are reserved as open space, flood control purposes and landscape slopes. The resulting open space will provide visual relief as well as buffer the various land uses both on -and off-site. This open space preserves ecologically significant environments such as riparian vegetation, natural drainage and seasonal wetlands. Within Phase 11, open space Habitat in Planning Areas 7A, 8, 9A, 9B and 13, will include limited grading or disturbance with the exception of fuel modification adjacent to residential development and for road and flood control purposes. Open Space in Planning Arca 13 may include limited grading to allow for drainage and revegetation. The habitat in Planning Area 13 is now owned by the City of Temecula and maintained by the Center for Native Land Management, a City approved habitat manager (see Figure 6-1, Landscape Maintenance Responsibility Plan). A fuel modification zone, including an access road, will be constructed to separate the habitat from residential uses. The Open Space Habitat areas within Roripaugh Ranch are intended to maintain the land in as natural state as possible without intrusion from recreational or other uses, and is subject to approval by the California Department of Fish & Wildlife and U.S. Department of Fish & Wildlife. Minimal, naturalized improvements will be made to implement proposed fuel modification. No buildings or other structures are permitted within this designation to preserve the quality of the natural habitat areas. Trails (Pedestrian/Bicycle/Multi-Use) (See Figures 2-32, 2-33 and 4-38 through 4-47) The entire Roripaugh Ranch community will be connected by a series of sidewalks, paseos and bike lanes which will offer non -vehicular access to other educational, commercial and recreational facilities within the Specific Plan area and (eventually) to adjacent development. A future trail is also proposed along the MWD easement just west of Planning Areas 6, 33B, and 33A (from north to south) which will not be constructed as part of this project. The proposed pedestrian and bicycle trail network for the Plateau is shown in Figure 2-32, while the proposed pedestrian and bicycle trail network for the Valley is shown in Figure 2-33. Sidewalks and Class 11 bikeways are included in all the project major streets, including Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Nicolas Road, Roripaugh Valley Road, Fiesta Road, Loop Road (see Figures 2-16, 2-17, 3-24, 3-31, 4-52, 4-55, 4-60 and 4-63). A 12 -foot wide asphalt path edged with four additional feet of decomposed granite will be maintained along both sides of Long Valley Wash, and a pedestrian bridge will be installed about 2,000 feet east of Butterfield Stage Road to provide residents living south of the channel access to the community park the private recreation center, middle school, and elementary school. The surrounding tracts will be designed with landscaped paseos as non -vehicular access points to the 16 -foot wide asphalt& decomposed granite path and the pedestrian bridge that crosses over Long Valley Wash. Park and Ride/Trailhead RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-102 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Planning Area 33B will contain a 50 -space Park and Ride facility as well as a trailhead facility that connects to the project trail network. The design of the Park and Ride and trailhead facility will be approved by the Directors of Planning and Community Services. Project Development Standards Public and Private Parks and Recreation Facilitieg 1. Prior to recordation of final map, all recreational facility parking areas shall be reviewed and approved by the Planning Department and the Director of Community Services, to ensure that they are in accordance with the City of Temecula standards. 2. Prior to the issuance of the first building permit for the project, the developer shall demonstrate that a minimum of 28.7 acres of park credit has or will be provided to the satisfaction of the Community Services Director. 3. Prior to issuance of the 100th building permit for the project. the 0.3 acre mini -park (Planning Area 1B), shall be completed to the satisfaction of the Community Services Director. 4. Prior to issuance of the 250th building permit for the project, the park portion of the private recreation center in the Plateau area (Planning Area 5), shall be completed to the satisfaction of the Community Services Director. 5. Prior to the issuance of the 350th building permit for the project, the building and pool portion of the private recreation center in the Plateau area (Planning Area 5), shall be completed to the satisfaction of the Community Services Director. 6. Prior to the issuance of the 400th building permit in the project, the 5.1 acre neighborhood park site (Planning Area 6) will be developed, including all permanent utilities, completion of the 90 -day maintenance period to the satisfaction of the Community Services Director, and the grant deed accepted by the City Council. 7. The developer may receive Development Impact Fees (DIF) credit for the park and recreation component pursuant to the Development Agreement or Park Improvement Agreement. Open Space and Trails Facilities 1. TCSD does not assume maintenance of open space or habitat areas. Prior to final map approval, the developer will certify to the City that ownership and maintenance of all open space areas will be the responsibility of an appropriate conservation organization. The developer shall be responsible for all open space areas until such time another entity assumes responsibility as acceptable by the City. At the time of processing SPA 4, the City of Temecula is owner of PA 13 and PA 13 is maintained by the Center for Natural Lands Management, a City -approved conservation organization. All other open space areas and trail facilities within Phase 2 (Valley Neighborhood, and PA 9B of the Plateau Neighborhood) will be owned and maintained by the Master Home Owners Association. See Figure 6-1, Landscape Maintenance Responsibility Master Plan for Phase for maintenance of all open space and trail facilities within Phase 2. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-103 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2. Prior to the issuance of the 400th building permit for the project, the Nature Walk and adjacent landscape area in the Planning Area 7A and the walk between Planning Area 4B and 6 shall be completed to the satisfaction of the Community Services Director. 3. The Fire Department shall be provided with adequate access to all trails including paseo entry gates as required by the Fire Department. 4. Prior to final map recordation and approval of the street improvement plans, staff shall investigate the installation of push button crossings on Butterfield Stage Road for horses with median guards. In addition, staff shall investigate the feasibility of a path through the under -crossing for Butterfield Stage Road. 5. The Development Agreement approved with Specific Plan Amendment No. 3 stipulates the open space and trail improvements and timing of those improvements in relation to the issuance of residential building permits. These requirements are provided in Section 6, Timing and Responsibility of Improvements. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-104 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Conceptual Open Space & Recreational Master Plan Pian .1a teal LEGEND PIMA IN MSI. Ma 6C _ w1� M▪ A▪ C J Figure 2- 29 t. NO _I Me al Water MINIM ..rMl./►r.1.rls NNM.1 f MN Gambol I.r1 drivels M.n.tS. CM1.1 l..At.ry. rIS Zit). �H H 11' M.ItI'11.. Trail TIMIa r' h.111..1b..w Tw. Class 1SIM Ls. Class 11 11.. 1' WY. s.n iurlsss 1.11 M.I.T. W.I.'Ilsl.... Meer WN. In .....T rr.-uset UI P rim Ir1.1. 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The landscape theme is intended to support the architectural guidelines by defining the community image through preservation of natural open spaces, development of public and private parks and trails, formal streetscapes that create an inviting atmosphere, distinctive project monurnentations and signage, and informal landscaped slopes to provide screening and buffering as the project interfaces with adjacent land uses. The landscape concept for the Plateau is illustrated in Figures 2-32 and 2-33. The areas addressed in this Landscape Master Plan are all major and secondary public roadways, private roadways within planning areas, project monumentations signage, slope and buffer areas, public and private park and recreation facilities, private guard gated and gated entries, public pedestrian trails and paseos, public equestrian trails, fuel modification and re -vegetation of natural open space areas. The landscape concept for the Valley is illustrated in Figure 2-33 and 2-33A. The areas addressed in this Master Plan identify areas anticipated to be landscaped. These include various public rights- of-way, the Community Sports Park (Planning Area 27), private recreation centers (Planning Areas 30 and 23B), the various trails identified in the Pedestrian/Bicycle Master Plan (Section 2), and water quality basins throughout the project site. Detailed design guidance is provided in Sections 3.0 and 4,0: and maintenance responsibilities are detailed in Section 6.0: Implementation. In general, all landscaping shall be installed in conformance with the City of Temecula Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance and should be integrated with site design, source control, and structural treatment control BMP's as well as the City Development Code, Section 17.06.060 for Residential areas, Section 17.08.060 for Commercial areas, and Section 17.14.050 for Open Space and Recreation areas. The City's water conservation standards shall be consulted prior to finalizing landscaping plans. Refer to section 4.1 for the plant material palettes. It should be noted that the landscape master plan is conceptual in nature. Modifications to areas identified for landscaping may be approved by the Director of Community Development. Project Development Standards Streetscapes (See Figures 2-32, 2-33, 3-25 through 3-37, and 4-52 through 4-72) Streetscape landscape treatments will be provided along primary roadways within the project. Areas set aside for streetscapes are depicted in the Typical Street Sections for the Plateau on Figures 3-24 through 3-37, and for the Valley on Figures 4-52 through 4-72. The landscaping within the streetscapes will consist of turf, trees, shrubs and ground covers. Project Entry Statements (See Figure 3-19) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-110 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS Two gated entry designs are proposed within the Roripaugh Ranch project. This includes three Staff Gated Primary Entries (Figure 3-19), and eight Card Key Gated Secondary Entries (Figures. 3-21 through 3-23 and 4-49). The Staff Gated Primary Entries will serve as major private entrances into the residential neighborhoods. The entries will consist of a guard house manned 24 hours a day, card reader activated control arms, auto and pedestrian gates, accent paving, decorative steel fencing, walls, pilasters and formal landscaping. The Card Key Gated Secondary Entries will consist of a card reader activated auto and pedestrian gates, accent paving, decorative steel fencing, walls, pilasters and formal landscaping. Both entry types will be maintained by the Homeowners Association. Monumentation statements are also planned within the project site and are illustrated in Figures 2- 33, 3-18, 4-50 and 4-51. Landscape Plan Development 1. All detailed landscaping programs for planning areas and roadways shall be prepared by a qualified and licensed landscape architect for review and approval by City staff and applicable decision-making agencies. 2. Project entries shall be designed with landscaping and architectural treatments acceptable to the City that project a high quality identity for the community. 3. All parkway and median landscape treatments shall be installed consistent with Section 6.0. 4. The landscaping design for the project site shall include trees, shrubs and groundcover compatible with existing natural vegetation where feasible. 5. A variation in theme landscaping between residential planning areas/development phases is encouraged. 6. The applicant and/or master developer shall be responsible for maintenance and upkeep of all slope plantings, common landscaped areas and irrigation systems until such time as these operations become the responsibility of a master homeowners association or other appropriate entity acceptable to the City. 7. The appropriate City Department or Divsion shall provide maintenance for all landscape medians and perimeter parkways adjacent to single family residential development on public roadways with right-of-ways that are 66' or larger. All other landscape areas, entry monumentation, signage, pedestrian paths, bus shelters, pedestrian bridge, wall and fences shall be maintained by the HOA, private maintenance or property owners associations. See Figure 6-1, Landscape Maintenance Responsibility Master Plan, (Pocket Page Map) that provides for maintenance responsibilities applicable to the property/development subject to SPA 4 (Phase 2). SPA 4 provides for maintenance by the HOA of all private facilities and public parkways adjacent to development within Phase 2. The medians within Butterfield Stage Road will be maintained by the appropriate City Department as indicated on Figure 6- 1. 8. At the time of recordation of any final subdivision map which contains a common greenbelt or open space areas, the applicant and/or developer shall convey such areas to a master homeowners association or other appropriate entity acceptable to the City. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-111 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS TCSD will only accept an offer of dedication for easements over those perimeter slopes it has agreed to consider for maintenance purposes, subject to installation of the improvements to TCSD standards and a successful property owner election in compliance with Proposition 218. Underlying ownership of the respective easement areas shall remain with a master homeowners association. See Figure 6-1, Landscape Maintenance Responsibility Master Plan (Pocket Page Map) that provides for slope maintenance responsibilities applicable to all areas/development subject to SPA 4 (Phase 2). 9. All landscape plans shall reflect the following water conservation methods: • Landscape with low water consuming plants; • Group plants with similar irrigation requirements to reduce over -irrigation; • Use mulch on top of soil to improve the water holding capacity of the soil by reducing evaporation and soil compaction; • Install efficient irrigation systems that minimize runoff and evaporation and maximize the amount of water that will reach the plant roots; • The use of reclaimed water if it is available to the site; and • Irrigation lines in all common areas and/or City maintained areas shall be alert lines (purple). 10. In addition to the above development standards, all landscaping shall be installed in conformance with the City of Temecula Development Code, Section 17.06.060 for Residential areas, Section 17.08.060 for Commercial areas, and Section 17.14.050 for Open Space and Recreation areas. The City's water conservation standards shall be consulted prior to finalizing landscaping plans. 11. All slopes shall be landscaped and irrigated per the approved landscape plan consistent with the timing specified in Section 6.0. 12. All ground mounted equipment shall be screened with landscape or screen wall acceptable to the City. 13. Primary entry monuments shall be installed consistent with the timing specified in Section 6.0. 14. Landscape for common areas, right of ways and project walls shall be approved prior to recordation of final "B" maps. 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WATER DISTRICT (MW D ELEVATION 1254' P81 101 Figure 2-33A LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION MASTER PLAN RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-117 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-118 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.10 WALLS AND FENCES MASTER PLAN Walls and Fencing The material, style and height of walls and fences shall provide an element of visual continuity throughout Roripaugh Ranch. All construction materials and colors shall be consistent within the project. The following wall and fence applications are organized by the Plateau and Valley and shall be provided throughout the project area. Plateau (See Figure 2-341 1. Project or Privacy Walls (See Figure 2-35) Project walls will be constructed within the project as shown on Figure 2-35 for visual and noise attenuation where appropriate. Project walls will be constructed of slump stone. Project wall pilasters will be spaced at approximately one hundred feet (100') to one hundred fifty feet (150') on center. Project walls will not exceed 6 feet in height. All Project Walls will be constructed by the developer. 2. Privacy Fencq (See Figure 2-35) Privacy fences as shown in Figure 2-35 will be located in residential interior and side yards. All Privacy Fences will be constructed by the merchant builders. 3. Privacy Fencing at Front of Homes (See Figure 2-35) Privacy fencing at front of homes will be located as illustrated in Figure 2-35. This fencing will include a wood post and gate, masonry (slumpstone block) pilaster w/precast concrete cap and a 6' high masonry (slumpstone) wall with precast concrete cap. All fencing will be a color that is neutral or consistent with the adjacent residence. This fence will be constructed by the merchant builder. 4. View Fence (See Figure 2-36) One type of view fence will be utilized where view opportunities exist. The purpose of this fence is to allow for maximum view opportunities. This fence will be a maximum of six feet in height and will be Dunn Edwards SP56 "Weathered Brown" tubular fencing material. The fence will also include a pilaster with a precast concrete map. All View Fences will be constructed according to the timing specific in Section 6. 5. 6' High Habitat Fence (See Figure 2-371 This fence is proposed along Butterfield Stage Road and Murrieta Hot Springs Road adjacent to Planning Areas 9A, 9B, and 13. This fencing will be six feet high and will limit unauthorized access into open areas. This fencing shall be a black vinyl coated chain link fence. The fence shall be approved by the appropriate agency prior to recordation of the final map. This fence will be installed consistent with the timing specified in Section 6 6. Residential/Habitat View Fence (See Figure 2-37) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPENCIFIC PLAN 2-119 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS The Residential/Habitat View Fence is proposed in areas where residential neighborhoods are adjacent to open space areas. This fence will be six feet high and will be located along the perimeters of Planning Areas 10, 14,15,16,17 and 19 that abut open space. This fencing will limit unauthorized access into open space areas. The Residential/Habitat View Fence along the south side of Planning Area 13 shall not be a chain link fence. The developer shall propose an alternative fence such as a glass fence, split rail fence with wire mesh or a similar fence that is acceptable to Planning staff and all applicable resource agencies. This fence will be installed consistent with the timing specified in Section 6. 7. Trail Fence (See Figure 2-37) The Trail Fence will be provided along the River Walk as illustrated in Figures 2-37. This fence will be four feet high and will include black vinyl coated chain link material with black powder coated post and rails. This fence will be installed consistent with the timing specified in Section 6. 8. Property Line Fence (See Figure 2-37) The Property line Fence shall be located along the south side of Planning Area 7A and shall be a three -rail horse fence with wire mesh approximately 5`-6" to 6' in height. This fence shall be installed according to the timing specified in Section 6. 9. Split Rail Fence (See Figure 2-37) A four foot high Split Rail Fence will be located along the Multi -Use Trail and along the south side of the Nature Walk, as illustrated in Figures 2-35 and 3-17. This fence will be installed consistent with the timing specified in Section 6. 10. Temporary Habitat Fence (See Figure 2-37) The Temporary Fence is proposed in areas where residential neighborhoods are adjacent to open space areas. The temporary fence shall remain in place until such time the Residential/Habitat View Fence is installed in its place. 11. Optional Proiect Wall/View Fence (See Figures 2-36 and 2-37) Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, and Butterfield Stage Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. If anticipated noise levels exceed City standards, the Project Wall will be installed. All anticipated noise levels that do not exceed City standards the View Fence will be installed. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. Valley 1. Project Walls (See Figures 2-40 and 2-41) Project walls will be constructed within the project as shown on the Valley Conceptual Walls and Fence Master Plan, Figure 2-38, for visual, noise attenuation, and/or fire protection where RORIPAUGH RANCH SPENCIFIC PLAN 2-120 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS appropriate. Project walls will be constructed of double sided split face Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU), color equivalent to Orco "Wheat." Project wall pilasters will be spaced at approximately one hundred feet (100') to one hundred fifty feet (150') on center. Project walls will not exceed 6 feet in height unless required for noise attenuation or fire protection. Self -clinging vines should be planted along the public R.O.W. side of project walls per the Landscape Design Guidelines in Section 4.0. 2. Partial Project Wall/ Partial Glass Fence (See Figure 2-41) Partial project wall/ partial glass fences will be constructed within the project as shown on the Valley Conceptual Walls and Fence Master Plan Figure 2-38 for visual, noise attenuation, and or fire protection where appropriate. Partial project wall/ partial glass fence walls will be constructed of double sided split face CMU, color equivalent to Orco "Wheat." Project wall pilasters will be spaced at approximately one hundred feet (100') to one hundred fifty feet (150') on center. Partial project wall/ partial glass fence walls will not exceed 6 feet in height unless required for noise attenuation or fire protection. 3. View Fence (See Figures 2-42 and 2-43) View fences will be constructed within the project as shown on the Valley Conceptual Walls and Fence Master Plan Figure 2-38. One style of view fence will be utilized where view opportunities existThe purpose of this fence is to allow for maximum view opportunities. This fence will be a maximum of six feet in height (five feet typical height) and will be Dunn Edwards SP56 "Weathered Brown" tubular fencing material as illustrated in Figures 2-42 and 2-43. Note: Per the Valley Conceptual Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figure 2-38), much of the project is shown as "Optional project wall or partial project wall/ partial glass or view fence" to provide flexible options that will be dictated by the noise attenuation study and fire protection plan during final design. Any of the three wall and fence types listed above will be allowed in order to meet these objectives. 4. Privacy Fence (See Figure 2-46) Privacy fences as shown in Figure 2-46 will be located in residential interior and side yards. All Privacy Fences will be constructed by the merchant builders and may be constructed of wood or vinyl. 5. 6' High Habitat Fence (See Figure 2-39) This fence is proposed along Butterfield Stage Road and Murrieta Hot Springs Road adjacent to Planning Areas 9B and 13. This fencing will be six feet high and will limit unauthorized access into open areas. This fencing shall be a black vinyl coated chain link fence. The fence shall be approved by the appropriate agency prior to recordation of the final map. 6. Three -Rail Lodgpole Pine Fence (See Figure 2-44) This fence will be provided along the River Walk (Long Valley Wash Trails), the southern and eastern Equestrian Trails along the project boundary (in areas where there is no existing fence), and around major water quality basins as illustrated in Figure 2-38 and as illustrated on the various Trail Sections Figures. This fence type is also an optional theme fence for the RORIPAUGH RANCH SPENCIFIC PLAN 2-121 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS commercial site (PA 11), the Park and Ride Trailhead (PA 33B), or other areas where a theme fence is desired during final design. The fence will be pressure treated lodgepole pine, four feet high (post height). 7. Two -Rail Lodgepole Pine Fence (See Figure 2-45) This fence will be provided along the North and South Loop Roads as illustrated in Figure 2-38 and as illustrated on the various Trail Sections Figures. This fence type is also an optional theme fence for the commercial site (PA 11), and Park and Ride Trailhead (PA 33B), or other areas where a theme fence is desired during final design. The fence will be pressure treated lodgepole pine, three feet high (post height). It should be noted that the Walls and Fence Master Plan is conceptual in nature. 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VIEW FENCE (5' HEIGHT) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2 1AY SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAIIGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-140 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS TUBULAR STEEL FENCING IN BLACK OR DARK COPPER 8'-0" MAX. 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The City of Temecula is currently responsible for providing public services. Police Protection The Riverside County Sheriff's Department provides police protection services to the City of Temecula on a contractual agreement. The existing police station serving the project site is located at 30755A Auld Road in Murrieta, CA 92563. The County provides a total of 88 personnel to serve the Temecula area. Of these 76 are sworn officers and 12 are non -sworn officers to the City, Other manpower resources such as bomb disposal, emergency services team, and internal affairs investigations are provided through various divisions within the Sheriffs Department (General Plan EIR, 2005). Fire Protection Community -wide fire protection ratings are provided by the Insurance Service Organization (ISO) based on the location of fire stations, response times, and availability of water. ISO rankings are on a scale of I to X (1-10) with I (one) being the best protection and X (ten) being the worst or no protection. The current ISO rating for the project area is IV (four). The Riverside County Fire Department (RCFD) provides service to the City on a contractual basis, and the City contract provides funding for 62 fire personnel. To ensure the availability of fire protection services, a 2.0 -acre fire station (Planning Area 32) was constructed at the southeast corner of South Loop Road and Butterfield Stage Road during Phase I development. This ensures that residents of the entire Roripaugh Ranch development (both Phases I and II) are within the City's standard 5 minute response time from the closest fire station. Schools Comprehensive K-12 public school services are provided by the Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD). The District maintains a total of seventeen elementary schools, six middle schools, four high schools, and one continuation high school. The following TVUSD schools serve the project area: Nicolas Valley Elementary and Rancho Elementary Schools, James L. Day Middle School and Temecula Middle School, and Chaparral and Temecula Valley High Schools. The TVUSD maintains interim, relocatable facilities which are included within the school capacity levels. According to the District, school enrollments are stable or slightly declining. The project plan includes a 12.2 acre elementary school site (Planning Area 29) and a 20.4 acre middle school site (Planning Area 28) for the Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD). The school sites are depicted in Figures2-1, 4-26, 4-27, 4-36 and 4-37 Recreation The project area is served by several regional recreational and park facilities which can accommodate boating, fishing, and swimming. These facilities include Lake Skinner, Lake Perris, and Lake Elsinore. While Lake Skinner is a Metropolitan Water District facility, a Riverside County regional park is also located at Lake Skinner. The Lake Skinner County Park offers camping, RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-149 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS fishing, picnicking and other outdoor activities within its 6,440 acre boundary. The Cleveland National Forest, encompassing the Santa Ana Mountains, lies to the west of the project site, and a portion of the San Bernardino National Forest is located to the east. These areas provide equestrian, camping and hiking activities. The Santa Rosa Plateau is a cooperative venture between the County of Riverside, the Nature Conservancy, the California Fish and Game Department, and the Federal Fish and Wildlife Service. This recreational area is located in Murrieta off of Clinton Keith Road and consists of a 7,000 acre nature park which is free to the public from sunrise to sunset. The park offers several trail systems both guided and un -guided. The guided trails include "Saturday morning walks", and twice a month "bird walks". The park contains a vast array of natural habitat as well as the largest vernal pools in the State of California. This vast array of habitats within the Santa Rosa Plateau is home to the golden eagle and the mountain lion, and approximately 50 other species, including several endangered species. The City of Temecula currently owns 287 acres of land for park purposes, of which approximately 200 acres are developed within 31 parks (General Plan, 2005). Parks and facilities include the Rancho California Sports Park and Community Recreation Center, Veteran's Park, Paloma Del Sol Park, Mary Phillips Senior Center, Temecula Community Center/Rotary Park, and Sam Hicks Monument Park. In addition, the City opened a local museum within Sam Hicks Monument Park in November of 1999. The City -owned facilities are operated and maintained by the Temecula Community Service District (TCSD). Local recreational facilities are also available from Temecula school campuses. School facilities are generally open to the public during non -school hours, weekends and vacations. Facilities available on school campuses generally include football, soccer, and baseball fields, as well as basketball, volleyball, tennis courts, and playground equipment. Due to the partial availability of school recreation facilities to the public at large, such facilities are considered adjuncts to the City wide park system. In addition to public recreation facilities, private recreation facilities are often provided in planned communities and apartment complexes. These facilities usually include tennis and/or basketball courts. However, these facilities are often so few and scattered that they have little impact on meeting the demand for parks and recreation facilities within a community. Trails The general goal is to provide residents with options for non -vehicular travel within the City and connection to regional trails. In January, 2002, the City adopted a "Multi -Use Trails and Bikeways Master Plan". This plan shows a multi -use trail along Nicolas Road from Winchester Road east to the MWD pipeline easement, and another multi -use trail along the MWD easement that crosses the project site. Phase II of Roripaugh Ranch proposes a series of bicycle and pedestrian trails that are consistent with the currently adopted General Plan (2005) and Multi -Use Trails and Bikeways Master Plan (2016). Open Space Approximately 2,614 acres of the City of Temecula is presently devoted to open space uses including parks, golf courses, passive open space, and agriculture uses (General Plan, 2005). Areas RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-150 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS designated as open space for resource conservation are primarily within the major drainages and tributaries. Library Services The City of Temecula is a member of the Riverside County Library System, which maintains 38 facilities throughout the unincorporated and incorporated areas of Riverside County. Library Services and facilities are provided to the area by the Riverside County Public Library. The branches serving the project site include the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, located at 30600 Pauba Road, Temecula, CA 92592, and the Grace Mellman Community Library located at 41000 County Center Drive, Temecula, CA 92591. Medical Services The Temecula area is served by five comprehensive and specialized medical facilities; this includes the Temecula Valley Hospital, a 37 acre campus facility that offers major specialty services through their collaborations with UC San Diego Health and the Riverside County Emergency Medical Services Agency. There are also two County Health Clinics, located in Lake Elsinore and Perris, with facilities that include family planning services, prenatal care, child health services, immunizations and primary care. In addition to these public facilities, there are a number of private care facilities that include retirement homes, substance abuse clinics, child and sexual abuse clinics and counseling, etc. available throughout the County. Solid Waste According to the County of Riverside Waste Management Department, the site lies within the service area of both the El Sobrante Landfill and the Lamb Canyon Sanitary Landfill. The El Sobrante Landfill is located at 10910 Dawson Canyon Road, Beaumont, CA 92223, approximately 30 miles northeast of the project. The Lamb Canyon Sanitary Landfill is a Class III landfill. It totals approximately 580 acres and accepts an average 5,500 tons per day. Its maximum permitted capacity is 19,242,950 cubic yards and approximately 38,935,653 cubic yards of capacity remain (as of January 8, 2015). These landfills are nearing capacity; however, they have the potential for expansion beyond their current capacity. In addition, a third landfill, the Badlands Sanitary Landfill, can potentially service the project site. The Badlands Sanitary Landfill is located at 31125 Ironwood Avenue, Moreno Valley, CA 92555, which is within the unincorporated area of Riverside County, approximately 45 miles away from the project site. The Badlands Sanitary Landfill is a Class 1II landfill. It totals approximately 278 acres and accepts an average 4,800 tons per day. Its maximum permitted capacity is 34,400,000 cubic yards and approximately 15,748,799 cubic yards of capacity remain (as of January 1, 2015). The facility has a proposed 851-acrea expansion area, which will extend landfill capacity through 2033. The City of Temecula's current franchised waste hauler is CR&R, Inc. located in the City of Perris. CR&R currently provides all solid waste collection services for the City of Temecula. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 2-151 SECTION 2 SPECIFIC PLAN COMPONENTS 2.0.12 OFFSITE IMPROVEMENTS The project developer(s) will construct a variety of onsite improvements, including flood control structures, storm drains, sewer lines, water lines, streets, and traffic signals. These improvements are discussed in Section 6 of this document. In addition, the project will require a number of off-site improvements, some of which are being processed and constructed by other public or private agencies, including water lines, storm drains, sewer lines, and traffic signals. The locations of major offsite improvements are shown in Figures 2-47 through 2-49. Roads Initial access to the Plateau portion of the site will require the extension of Murrieta Hot Springs Road from its current terminus at Pourroy Road to the northern project boundary. Pacific Bay Homes has constructed this road from Winchester Road to Pourroy Road. Access to the central and southern portions of the site will initially be via an extension of Nicolas Road from the west project boundary to 450 feet east of the intersection of Nicolas Road/Galle Girasol. Calle Chapos will also provide access to the central and southern portions of the site. Access to the southern portion of the site will eventually require the offsite extension of Butterfield Stage Road from the southern project boundary to the existing pavement north of Rancho California Road. A new storm drain line will be included in this road extension. Drainage Flood control improvements including bank reinforcement, stabilization, and installation of rip -rap will occur downstream of the project on Santa Gertrudis Creek from Butterfield Stage Road to the MWD right-of-way and from Calle Girasol to Leifer Road. An all-weather crossing of Santa Gertrudis Creek will be provided at the Nicolas Road/Calle Girasol intersection by using a hydro -arch bridge structure or another design acceptable to the City Engineer. Water To help provide adequate water service to the area, including the project site, the Rancho California Water District (RCWD) has installed two main lines (30 -inch and 60 -inch) that will cross the central portion of the site from north to south, along the west side of the neighborhood park and neighborhood commercial area within an easement, then along Nicolas Road to the west. The RCWD supply lines will be located in Nicolas Road, with easements in Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Butterfield Stage Road. The RCWD has already prepared a Draft EIR analyzing the impacts of this project. The Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) will provide water to the site and has already constructed several reservoirs in the area that will eventually help serve the Roripaugh Ranch project, including the 6.8 MG Mountain View tank built by Assessment District 161 on the adjacent Rancho Bella Vista property. Sewer Project sewage flows, for Phase 11 of Roripaugh Ranch will be conveyed by a proposed 18 -inch to 21 -inch pipeline to Liefer Road via Nicolas Road. A proposed 18 -inch line in Murrieta Hot Springs Road, from Pourroy Road to the end of the Plateau, will be required to convey flows from the Plateau area, Rancho Bella Vista, and the Tucalota Lift Station. It should be noted that no sewer lines will be within Santa Gertrudis Creek or long Valley Wash. 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The Plateau consists of Planning Areas 1A, 1 B, 2, 3, 4A, 4B, 5, 6, 7A, 7B, 8, 9A, and 32. Note that Planning Areas 9B, 10 11, 12, 33A and 33 B, previously associated with the Plateau Neighborhood, are now associated with the Valley Neighborhood. 3.0.1 PLANNING AREAS lA AND 1B Descriptive Summary Planning Areas 1A and 1B, as depicted on Figure 3-1, provides for development of 21.0 acres with low Medium Density Residential use (Planning Area 1A) and for the development of a 0.3 acre Mini -Park (Planning Area 1B). Planning Area 1A is planned for 104 single family dwelling units at a density of 4.9 du/ac. Minimum lot size shall be 5,000 square feet. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Planning Area lA shall only have one access point onto Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Access to Planning Area 1A will be provided from Murrieta Ilot Springs Road along the north perimeter of the planning area. This access shall be right -in and right -out only. Potential access points as depicted are conceptual. Access into Planning Area lA from Murrieta Hot Springs Road as well as access between Planning Areas 1A and 2 shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Proposed road access land located within County property between the Murrieta Hot Springs Road right-of-way and the project's north property line will need to be acquired or an access easement secured. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Murrieta Hot Springs Road prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area The location and design of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. A round -about shall be provided in the southeastern portion of the Planning Area as illustrated in Figure 3-1 the purpose of the round -about is to slow traffic along the roadway. 4. Vehicular access acceptable to the Fire Department shall be provided from this planning area to the Nature Walk as illustrated in Figure 3-1. This access shall be only used for maintenance purposes. Landscape and Recreation Standards RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-1 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 5. A Card Key Gated Secondary Entry, as illustrated in Figure 3-22, shall be provided at the northeast corner of planning area adjacent to Murrieta Hot Springs Road. This access shall be right -in and right -out only. 6. An Auto and Pedestrian Gated Entry, as illustrated in Figure 3-21, shall be provided behind the Card Key Gated Secondary Entry. 7. The 0.3 acre Mini -Park designated as Planning Area 18 shall be provided adjacent to Planning Area as illustrated in Figures 3-1 and 3-14. The Mini -Park shall include the following uses: • Shade arbor • One play structure for ages 2-5 years • Picnic table on slab • Benches • Low decorative steel fencing with pilasters and gate • Landscape and irrigation improvements • Project Wall (Figure 2-35) along the eastern and northern boundary • Low Wall with Pilaster (Figure 2-36) along the eastern and southern boundary 8. The Nature Walk will be located adjacent to Planning Area 1A as illustrated in Figures 3- 14 through 3-17. 9. Five paseos will be provided within Planning Area 1A as illustrated in Figures 2-32, 3-10, and 3-44. These paseos shall provide direct access to the Nature Walk. These paseos are conceptual in nature and the exact location and design will be determined prior to approval of the final map. 10. Front yard landscaping, as depicted in Figures 3-89 through 3-92, shall be installed by tile merchant builder and maintained by the property owner. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Project Wall, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-35), shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning area. 2. A View Fence, also illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-35 and 2-36), shall be located along the western and southern perimeter of Planning Area 1 adjacent to the Nature Walk. Miscellaneous Standards 3. Residential lots within Planning Area 1A that are located within 175 feet of the southern property line shall have a minimum rear yard setback of twenty five (25) feet. lithe residence is visible from homes along the north side of Nicolas Road, enhanced landscaping shall be used to help screen views from Nicolas Valley (See Figure 3-16). The developer shall prepare a plan that identifies lots within 175 feet of the southern perimeter and lots that may have views visible from the north side of Nicolas Road. The RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-2 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS plan shall be submitted to the City for review prior to approval of the tentative tract -map. The City reserves the right to request additional landscaping for screening purposes for the enhanced landscape areas after the installation of the landscaping and construction of the homes. 4. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, "North Loop Road", "South Loop Road" or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 5. Please refer to Section 2.0 Specific Plan Components for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Facilities 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 6. Please see Section 3.1 (Plateau Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Areas lA and 1B. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. Improvements required of Planning Areas 1A and 1B have been completed. At the time of application of SPA No. 4, building permits for home construction and other improvements have either been completed or are underway. RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-3 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-4 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORH00D DESCRIPI•IONS Planning Area One A (1A) & One B (1B) ?�4YIP10 RIA VIVA IMCIrC IMOCJ/l �' a,I411O .............. IALIFIRKT _1 • •� 1, h 1A LM 21.0 AC 104 DU'S --1B AC MP 2 LM 18.4 AC 90 DU'S 7A°83 19. C Tic 1 Rorijxiugh Ranch M M•UMM•riaMI1 1YY.. A: •NK 11111-11.1% .ac IMP 1/ F •Wrs� F�� •��II1rM Zarjrnte 17-.1 1 1 l"^1 ealmolerforms 1S • FR e'1L ' f----1 Ill NNW Mt TWIN? mil•..r•Pomo among Figure 3- 1 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-5 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-6 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3.0.2 PLANNING AREA 2 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 2, as depicted on Figure 3-2, provides for development of 18.4 acres with Low Medium Density Residential use. This area is planned for 99 single family dwelling units at a density of 5.4 du/ac. Minimum lot size shall be 5,000 square feet. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Direct access from Murrieta Hot Springs Road shall be prohibited into Planning Area 2. Access to Planning Area 2 will be provided via Planning Area 1A and Planning Area 3 as shown in Figure 3-2. Potential access points as depicted, are conceptual. Access into Planning Area 2 from Planning Areas 1A and 3 shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Access points into the planning area shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Murrieta Hot Springs Road prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The location and design of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. A round -about shall be provided in the southwestern portion of the planning areas as illustrated in Figure 3-2. The purpose of the round -about is to slow traffic along the roadway. 4. Pedestrian access acceptable to the Fire Department shall be provided from this planning area to the Nature Walk. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. The Nature Walk will be located along the southern edge of the planning area within Planning Area 7A as illustrated in Figures 3-15 through 3-17. This walk will Zink this Planning Area with adjacent planning areas and the Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6). 2. A paseo will be located within the planning area as depicted in Figures 2-32, 3-2, 3-10 and 3-44. This paseo will link Planning Area 2 with Planning Area 3. The paseo is conceptual in nature and the exact location and design will be determined prior to approval of the final map. Residential Tots within Planning Area 2 that are located within 175 feet of the southern property line shall have a minimum rear yard setback of twenty-five (25) feet. If the RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-7 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS residence is visible from homes along the north side of Nicolas Road, enhanced landscaping shall be installed to help screen views from Nicolas Valley (See Figure 3- 16). The developer shall prepare a plan that identifies lots within 175 feet of the southern perimeter and Tots that may have views visible from the north side of Nicolas Road. The plan shall be submitted to the City for review prior to approval of the tentative tract map. The City reserves the right to request additional landscaping for screening purposes for the enhanced landscape areas after the installation of the landscaping and construction of the homes. 3. Front yard landscaping as illustrated in Figures 3-89 through 3-92, shall be installed by the merchant builder and maintained by the property owner. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Project Wall, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-35), shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning area. 2. A View Fence, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-36), shall be located along the southern perimeter of Planning Area 2 Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, "North loop Road", "South Loop Road" or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 3. Please see Section 3.1 (Plateau development of Planning Area 2. 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Facilities 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2. 10 Walls and Fences Master Plan Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. Improvements required of Planning Area 2 have been completed. At the time of application of SPA No. 4, building permits for home construction and other improvements have either been completed are or underway. RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-8 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Planning Area Two (2) Hoy. Acme. ono MnW r4 l Whop /ne esP�IMttclrewt~Iwr TIM." 14e Oy -1TKC I Roripaugl,i Ranch M 2. loNafWu pow. MSG r rrrinn 14111V¢ •an • PIA At N•••• y—I— I 0 1 O 1 1 L1 Pratt OM Fox 1•141.11241) Td Fs,ut Money744 main Pthver Fame (Irma= add Spilt kal me MUNN. l,&I ay alp Rpt lent Farce p. r4msurgoad Gilled PrlrIly Edgy Aspen 4,14 Polarity Skint Traaardni P= Pim y}g.r 4•21A1 Rimy ia liauvwdotor Out A Blas lines Harr Plow ttat 41W.' trtle.aq 4.14-wl Rimed Mal PM 111tnen hA %W ay Accept Erdman Paseo f' Figure 3-2 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-9 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEICIIBORH000 DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUCH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 310 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3.0.3 PLANNING AREA 3 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 3, as depicted on Figure 3-3, provides for development of 18.6 acres with Low Medium Density Residential use. This area is planned for 99 single family dwelling units at a density of 5.3 du/ac. Minimum lot size shall be 5,000 square feet. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Planning Area 3 shall only have one access off of Murrieta Ilot Springs Road. Access to Planning Area 3 will be provided from Murrieta Hot Springs Road along the north perimeter of the planning area as illustrated in Figure 3-3. The potential access point as depicted is conceptual. Access into Planning Area 3 from Murrieta Hot Springs Road as well as access between Planning Areas 2 and 4A shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Proposed road access land located within County property between the Murrieta Hot Springs Road right-of-way and the project's north property line will need to be acquired or an access easement secured. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Murrieta Hot Springs Road prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The location and design of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. Pedestrian access acceptable to the Fire Department shall be provided from this planning area to the Nature Walk. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Staffed Gated Primary Entry, as illustrated in Figures 3-3, 3-10, 3-19, and 3-20 shall be provided at the intersection of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road. This entry shall substantially conform with the architecture as depicted in Figure 3-19. 2. A Primary Project Monumentation, as illustrated in Figures 3-3, 3-10 and 3-18, shall be provided at the access off of Murrieta Hot Springs Road. 3. An Auto and Pedestrian Gated Entry, as illustrated in Figure 3-21, shall be provided behind the Staffed Gated Primary Entry. 4. The Nature Walk will be located along the southern edge of the planning area within Planning Area 7A as illustrated in Figures 3-15 through 3-17. This trail will link this Planning Area with adjacent planning areas (Planning Areas 1 through 4B) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-11 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 5. Residential lots within Planning Area 3 that are located within 175 feet of the southern property line shall have a minimum rear yard setback of twenty-five (25) feet. If the residence is visible from homes along the north side of Nicolas Road, enhanced landscaping shall be installed to help screen views from Nicolas Valley (See Figure 3- 16). The developer shall prepare a plan that identifies Tots within 175 feet of the southern perimeter and Tots that may have views visible from the north side of Nicolas Road. The plan shall be submitted to the City for review prior to approval of the tentative tract map. The City reserves the right to request additional landscaping for screening purposes for the enhanced landscape areas after the installation of the landscaping and construction of the homes. 6. Two paseos shall be located within the planning area as illustrated in Figures 3-3, 3-10 and 3-44. One paseo will be located along the western perimeter extending from Planning Area 2. The second paseo will be located adjacent to the detention basin (Planning Area 7C) connecting the Recreation Center to the Nature Walk. These paseos are conceptual in nature and the exact location and design will be determined prior to approval of the final map. 7. Front yard landscaping as shown in Figures 3-89 through 3-92, shall be installed by the merchant builder and maintained by the property owner. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Project Wall, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-35), shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning area. 2. A View Fence, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-36), shall be located along the southern perimeter of the planning area. 3. A View Fence, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-36), shall be located along the western and the eastern portions of the detention basin (Planning Area 7C) as illustrated in Figure 3-3. 4. A Project Wall, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-35), shall be located along the southwestern comer of the Primary Center (Planning Area 5) and adjacent to the detention basin (Planning Area 7C). Miscellaneous Standards 1. The planning area will surround the Recreation Center in Planning Area 5. The Recreation Center will be surrounded by streets on the eastern, northern and western perimeter as illustrated in Figure 3-3. 2. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, "North Loop Road", "South Loop Road" or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-12 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 4. Please see Section 3.1 (Plateau development of Planning Arca 3. and Standards that 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Facilities 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the `Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. Improvements required of Planning Area 3 have been completed. At the time of application of SPA No. 4, building permits for home construction and other improvements have either been completed or are underway. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-13 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIIC PLAN 3-14 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Planning Area Three (3) usslieselel 1.l0 CI 9 _rol Eii•d7 — 4r 1 3 LAI 99 DUB 1e.e Ac • • ftery 5 RC 52 AC (41 AC) �• • 7C .K 032 4A LAI 195 AC 100 DUB 4B LM 223 AC 113 DL'S 0S3 7A 19.5 AC ................ Wpow. aq Fun. b M soros M Twirl. Mp MO• rrkc1 Roripaugh Ranch MI- LOWaecium Open •rl R n wow KM •♦VaIlIK •MK WEI l.MINIM . EE eee al 0 ® 0.11peobt ellfgenellm, ®Cal gel o ra s.caaitn Eley IImh••41r43:14 ® Wipe 4.1•• 4 -t• ••4 -t• ui.nl.R� ® Ramey 91watri.rn.d aM...CM) 9 Rotlnr Ames E...+ Pro (l.r 7ilw.lq •1 Figure 3.3 RORIPAUG(1 RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 315 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUCII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3.16 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3.0.4 PLANNING AREAS 4A AND 4B Descriptive Summary Planning Areas 4A and 4B, is depicted on Figure 3-4. Planning Area 4A provides for development of 19.5 acres with low Medium Density Residential use. This area is planned for 100 single family dwelling units at a density of 5.1 du/ac. Planning Area 4B provides for development of 22.3 acres with low Medium Density Residential use with 113 single family dwelling units at a density of 5.1 du/ac. Minimum lot size for both planning areas is 5,000 square feet. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Planning Areas 4A and 4B together shall only have one access point onto Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Access to Planning Areas 4A and 4B will be provided from Murrieta Hot Springs Road along the northwestern and northern perimeter of the planning area as illustrated in Figure 3-4. The access point between Planning Areas 4A and 4B shall be right- in and right -out only. Potential access points as depicted are conceptual. Access into Planning Areas 4A and 4B from Murrieta Hot Springs Road as well as access between Planning Area 3, 4A, and 46 and shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Murrieta Hot Springs Road prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The location and design of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. Driveway approaches shall be provided on both sides of Murrieta Hot Springs Road at the MWD easement crossing for MWD access purposes. 4. A round -about shall be provided in the southeastern portion of the Planning Area 4A as illustrated in Figure 3-4. The purpose of the round -about is to slow traffic along the roadway. 5. Pedestrian access acceptable to the Fire Department shall be provided from this planning area to the Nature Walk. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Staffed Gated Primary Entry, as illustrated in Figures 3-10, 3-19, and 3-20 shall be provided at the intersection of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road. This entry shall substantially conform to the architecture as depicted in Figure 3-19. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-17 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 2. A Primary Project Monumentation, as illustrated in Figures 3-4, 3-10 and 3-18, shall be provided at the access off of Murrieta Hot Springs Road. 3. A Card Key Gated Secondary Entry, as illustrated in Figures 3-10, 3-21, and 3-23 shall be provided at the entrance off of Murrieta Hot Springs Road in Planning Area 4B and for the Staff Gated Primary Entry. 4. An Auto and Pedestrian Gated Entry, as illustrated in Figure 3-21 and 3-23 shall be provided behind the Card Key Gated Secondary Entry. 5. A Parkway Street Treatment, as illustrated in the Plateau Landscape Master Plan (2-32 and 3-31 through 3-35), will be provided along the south side of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and in the median island within the planning area. 6. Residential lots within Planning Areas 4A and 4B that are located within 175 feet of the southern property line shall have a minimum rear yard setback of twenty-five (25) feet. If the residence is visible from homes along the north side of Nicolas Road, enhanced landscaping shall be installed to help screen views from Nicolas Valley (See Figure 3- 16). The developer shall prepare a plan that identifies lots within 175 feet of the southern perimeter and lots that may have views visible from the north side of Nicolas Road. The plan shall be submitted to the City for review prior to approval of the tentative tract map. The City reserves the right to request additional landscaping for screening purposes for the enhanced landscape areas after the installation of the landscaping and construction of the homes. 7. Two paseos shall be located within the planning areas as illustrated in Figures 3-4, 3-10, 3-43 and 3-44. These paseos will link Planning Areas 4A and 4B to the Nature Walk (Planning Area 7A). The paseo in Planning Area 4B will link to the Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6) across the MWD property and easement. The design and location of the connection across the easement shall be approved by the City and the WD prior to approval of the final map. The paseos are conceptual in nature and the exact location will be determined prior to approval of the final map. 8. A Paseo Entry Gate (Card Keyed) will be provided at the northeastern corner of Planning Area 413 as illustrated in Figures 3-43 and 3-44. 9. Front yard landscaping as illustrated in Figures 3-89 through 3-92 shall be installed by the merchant builder and maintained by the property owner. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Project Wall, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-35), shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning areas. 2. A View Fence, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-36), shall be located along the southern perimeter of the planning areas and the southeastern perimeter of Planning Area 4B. An opening will be provided in the View Fence at the crossing of the MWD property to allow access across the MWD property to the Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6). RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-18 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, North Loop Road, South Loop Road or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Facilities 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 3.1 (Plateau Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Areas 4A and 4B. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. Improvements required of Planning Areas 4A and 4B have been completed. At the time of application of SPA No. 4, building permits for home construction and other improvements have either been completed or are underway. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-19 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-20 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Planning Area Four A (4A) & Four B (4B) rrcc 1 Roripaugh Ranch HOW Fume p� seWI-, Monne mipsoosamemii FM:..sm RwlAdlli title VY. Few 1,1,4,114,* T11) sp. Rd 1 M~1FIIN-17wILQ Nov Ur Feta LaO Con* 9rM ScdEnvymni 6 i (w.M4.1r4.a4 TCy 1 SOPS G; *•l ♦1 PrMF SPSU Tr*epr+* Pry SONS 4-2141 Newry Nola ik,..1e1e.o, M141M14.1.dLm CMr A Ole Lim p1e10 WWI VA1t Fi ssef 111414ew4-124444-14, FrM Ilodtralm Air "wow 41.1A rsael P1b1d/ Sam Pm* 114,}a Pop Eels, Gr* O. r4, on Fialwy Access Fawner* Pismo psi sows -AP Figure 34 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-21 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-22 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3.0.5 PLANNING AREA 5 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 5, as depicted in Figures 3-5, 3-12 and 3-13, provides for development of 4.8 acres for a Recreation Center (Primary Center).This Planning Area will serve only the residents of Roripaugh Ranch. The Primary Center will be a minimum of 5,000 square feet in size. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Planning Area 5 shall only have one access point onto Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Access to Planning Area 5 will be provided from Murrieta Hot Springs Road along the northern perimeter of the planning area. Potential access points as depicted are conceptual. Access into Planning Area 5 from Murrieta Hot Springs Road as well as access between Planning Areas 3 and 4A shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Proposed road access land located within County property between the Murrieta Hot Springs Road right -of- way and the project's north property line will need to be acquired or an access easement secured. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Staffed Gated Primary Entry, as illustrated in Figures 3-10 and 3-19, shall be provided at Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road. This entry shall substantially conform to the architecture as depicted in Figure 3-19. 2. A Primary Project Monumentation, as illustrated in Figures 3-10 and 3-18, shall be provided at the access off of Murrieta Hot Springs Road. 3. An Auto and Pedestrian Gated Entry, as illustrated in Figure 3-21, shall be provided behind the Staff Gated Entry. 4. A Project Wall as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-35), shall be located along the southwestern perimeter of the planning area. 5. A View Fence as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-36) shall be located along the southeastern perimeter of the planning area adjacent to the detention basin (Planning Area 7C). 6. As illustrated in Figure 3-12, the Recreation Center (Primary Center) shall substantially conform to the architecture as depicted in Figure 3-12. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-23 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 7. The Primary Center shall be centrally located within the planning area as illustrated in Figures 3-12 and 3-13. The developer will be responsible for providing the Primary Center. Please refer to Section 3 Plateau Design Guidelines for a complete description of amenities to be provided at the Primary Center (Planning Area 5). Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2. Please see Section 3.1 (Plateau development of Planning Area 5. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. At the time of application for SPA No. 4, required improvements prerequisite for construction of Planning Area 5 have either been completed or are underway. following Development Plans and Standards that 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Facilities 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-24 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHHORH00D DESCRIPTIONS Planning Area Five (5) 1�B AC MP 2 LM 19.1 AC 99 DU'S 4A LM 19.5 AC 100 DVS 1r>s blew we b swim. roped only Art okr0001 b M rrrrrw w Truly Mop r4 -1714 Roripaugli Ranch P0s-RECREar I ITsl u�11.rIN.rlolr u ewer MOO NO o HOW Fria moms. 2.uwarn Noel Wel Ise "}II w3- Iy1 Viva rim eimtmooko 2.41 H,1 TnlFora F.. I I PrMFermi 7-113II StM Rot Farm Rom*/ Um Pens `..�... rim new 14 w3n1 1._0] n I BrVMa G sd Erp 1.I 1oo1Ma1 awrl.rh Pneny Pomo Mooulnomoton ISO npn CI owl :7 Portray Siam Treatment (7r law F13.1 -2M w aAsr QreR..r.I 118a Lanes 1 _ NW, Wr ,'lobe wlrow .t7waW Full Modaeon Nees pm Pow Lau w.>r. 4 oPoliC2Voss Pori Bosomy Access Emmert Pomo Ise Apes r t y. OS y rl y r p r y a p • r Figure 3-5 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-25 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-26 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3.0.6 PLANNING AREA 6 Description Summary Planning Area 6 as depicted in Figures 3-6 and 3-11 provides for development of a 5.1 acre Neighborhood Park (NP) and 1.7 acres of landscape slope. A conceptual site plan is depicted in Figure 3-11 of Section 3.1 Plateau Design Guidelines. This park and all amenities will be maintained by the appropriate City Department or Division. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access to the Planning Area will be provided from Roripaugh Valley Road. Access will not be permitted onto Murrieta Hot Springs Road. The exact location and number of access points for this planning area shall be subject to review and approval by the City at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Adequate pedestrian circulation shall be provided to the park from the surrounding area. A paseo connection between Planning Area 4B and Planning Area 6 shall be provided as illustrated in Figures 3-6, 3-11 and 3-15. The portion of the paseo that crosses the MWD easement shall be subject to MWD approval prior to the approval of the final map. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Parkway Street Treatment, as depicted in the Plateau Conceptual Landscape Plan (Figures 2-32 and 3-31 through 3-35), shall be provided along Murrieta Hot Springs Road. 2. A Parkway Street Treatment, as depicted in the Valley Conceptual Landscape Plan (Figures 2-33 and 4-60 through 4-62), shall be provided along Roripaugh Valley Road. 3. The Neighborhood Park as illustrated in Figure 3-11 shall be provided by the developer. Please refer to Section 3.1 Plateau Design Guidelines, Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6). • Informal turf play area • Children's play area and tot lot • One picnic shelter (minimum 16' x 24' wide with picnic benches) • One lighted basketball court • Drinking fountains • Concrete walks/maintenance pathways throughout the park • Small restroom building RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-27 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS • Picnic tables on slabs • Park benches • Walkway lighting • Paved parking spaces {minimum 37 spaces) • Landscape and irrigation improvements Walls and Fences Standards 1. A View Fence, as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-36), shall be located along the western and southern perimeters of the planning area at the top of the informal slope landscape area. An opening in the View Fence along the western perimeter of the planning area located across from the paseo in Planning Area 4B shall be provided to allow access between the two planning areas. Miscellaneous Standards 1. The triangle -shaped area located directly west of Roripaugh Valley Road and Fiesta Ranch Road and southeast of the Neighborhood Park (which is not a part of the Neighborhood Park), shall be landscaped with passive landscape and street furniture as approved by the City and shall be maintained by the HOA. 2. The Neighborhood Park shall be completed, the completion of the 90 -day maintenance and establishment period and the grant deed accepted by the City Council prior to the issuance of the 400th Building Permit. The park will be maintained by the appropriate City Department or Division. 3. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Facilities 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 4. Prior to development of the park, all plans and facilities shall be reviewed and approved by the Director of Community Service prior to the approval of the final map. Facilities shall be oriented toward passives uses containing tot lot and picnic areas. S. Please see Section 3.1 (Plateau Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 6. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. At the time of application for SPA No. 4, required improvements prerequisite for construction of Planning Area 6 have either been completed or are underway. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-28 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Planning Area Six (6) M V PROPERLY 8 051 12.5 AC e /•� 3.8 AC 46 LA1 22.3 AC 113 DLIS u 9B 11 081 11 (er 8.8 AC 8.1 AC 11 DU'S NC 15.4 AC (10.0 AC) Ma.l.a. RIMY w tr nrr.. [WPM" ally F.. +Qer.r. b Me 4.NiMat N 4644i Nap P.P, Pro oN.ecla MIp. RiPnr, AM..e b P>•^r•e An. a *el be wow b MIND ,..r. .b ev..r pbr b sopor M ee T44•044 T"4.6 Nq yFQ� NAP .'33B 23 AC "" """'7TH 1 Ronpaugh Ranch 12 142 184 AC (15.0 AC) 145 OU'S PA 6- IEIQ60R1000 PMO( : II p'1065 13 OOt1 IMP F...a -A r® 107 L -J l 1 —► V IVO MAN Fra poi Rpm}N ale}ITS Ilpoct piefi..w$ 6}r31 View Fra Da F0n04141.m ReegwLlW 1 l*Dlfl Vim Final poi Apo }u me 2•111 Tear o W611a1Fano 0.9.42.4 1442-19 Tral Fara OmRpm 3,140d 2.17) Sp t Rai Fwa 0.914 4244 2-0 4.4499 papery Lb Fierce If Pew 2.14 r}m Cad key Geed Semdwy EtiY **Apo 41 MLD w MLE) Pwry Sinp. Timm. ON Fp, 7.t3. 4151 ..04-29C1 CAM Lava 8 FpN14 MLe ...14.2c) dies 1 BMe Unna Niue NM "IOW pL/y.. ML}WM75A1 FYY 16*ial0rl Area p1Nryw44414.141110d& O Parisi Mon P088 paPipet 7 -el Pomo Efilry GO I Pow W.h.. MDI Figure 3-6 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-29 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-30 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGIIBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3,0.7 PLANNING AREA 7A, 7C, 8 AND PORTIONS OF 6 Descriptive Summary As depicted in Figure 3-7, Planning Areas 7A, 7C, 8 and portions of 6 will remain as flood control landscape slope and open space. This includes 1.8 acres for detention basins (Planning Arca 7C), 21.2 acres for landscape slope (Planning Area 7A and portions of 6), and 12.5 acres for open space (Planning Area 8). These areas contain topographic and drainage features that will be incorporated into the Roripaugh Ranch planned community. These areas will be maintained by the HOA with the exception of Planning Area 8. Planning Area 8 will be maintained by the appropriate habitat maintenance organization. Planning Area 7B is being incorporated into Planning Area 1A, as drainage is being conveyed to an off-site facility, which has been determined to be adequately sized for the runoff created by this portion of the project. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Vehicular access into Planning Areas 7A, 7C, 8 and portions of 6 shall be restricted to only maintenance vehicles. 2. Access into the fuel modification areas located in Planning Area 8 shall be approved by the Fire Department prior to approval of the final map. 3. Adequate pedestrian circulation shall be provided between the Nature Walk and the surrounding area. Paseo connections shall be provided as illustrated in Figure 3-7. The portion of the paseo that crosses the MWD easement as shown in Figures 3-7 and 3-11 shall be subject to MWD approval prior to the approval of the final map. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. The Nature Walk will be located in Planning Area 7A adjacent to Planning Areas 1A through 4B as illustrated in Figures 3-7, 3-15 through 3-17 2. A Variable Width Fuel Modification Zone, as illustrated in Figures 3-16, 3-17 and 3-38 through 3-40 will be provided within Planning Area 7A. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A View Fence will be provided between Planning Area 7A and Planning Areas 1A through Planning Area 4B as illustrated in Figures 2-34 and 2-36. 2. One detention basin (Planning Area 7C) will be enclosed with chain Zink fencing as depicted in Figure 3-7. RORIPAUGH RANCII SPECIFIC PLAN 3-31 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3. A View Fence, as illustrated in Figures 2-34 and 2-36 will be located at the top of slope in Planning Area 6 separating the landscape slope from the park. 4. A Split -Rail Fence, as illustrated in Figures 2-34 and 2-37, will be provided along the south side of the Nature Walk. 5. A Property Line Fence as illustrated in Figures 2-34 and 2-37, will be provided along the eastern, southern and western perimeter of the planning area. 6. A Property Line Fence along the south side of Planning Area 7A shall be a three -rail horse fence with wire mesh approximately 5'-6" to 6' high. 7. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Facilities 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 8. Prior to development of the park, all plans and facilities shall be reviewed and approved by the Director of Community Service prior to the approval of the final map. Facilities shall be oriented toward passives uses containing tot lot and picnic areas. 9. Please see Section 3.1 (Plateau Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Areas 7A, 7C, 8, and portions of 6. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. At the time of application for SPA No. 4, required improvements prerequisite for issuance of building permits and construction of these Planning Areas have either been completed or are underway. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-32 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Planning Areas 7A, 7B, 7C & 8 Open Spaces MUIRETA MOT!PR111G Nov WOW OSI 102-71.1. Hi •PA0 Flood Coned M ream Boos • PAY 7B and 7C) MriubcInd Slope • PA 7A 0' Ffgh Nobler Fro pee }N 1.1 Reed WY pl•Aron }N etl}1M Pio. Reeds en b rweMw P/A1eee CH} FYrl iTnti b be Ceewmerd M Tl. .e WIP•7 1TKC 1 Roripaugh Ranch el, wee pMow i tiee}1e3.1111) TN Force MRsMosnl Pew/ Fool Son rce n • F4,2-17 41r Prepay Lir Force pm Pew}u roe Pr) Fool Mod*u8on Alar (he Rise Yy4vol SMrd Geld Pnnrry ERry P tripe 40 411A ml 4111 pwryee 41. Ory me/14214 Pimp/ Mulct MonunstaIm pe/tee41 ntl 4ii) Prolry SWIM Twtallrt p.Plem r4lr Cir II Bee Lanes poem Nebo VIM "MeV pNFmwLAM&cc FYWiY Attar NOM Po Poem* PING obey 0* Radom Ater EnMnrt Paseo CI. Film 4,19 tY Figure 3-7 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-33 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGIIHORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3.34 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3.0.8 PLANNING AREA 9A Descriptive Summary As depicted in Figure 3-8, Planning Areas 9A will be preserved as open space habitat. This area contains topo and drainage features that characterize the Roripaugh Ranch planned community. The open space areas will be owned and maintained by a master homeowners association or appropriate public agency as approved by the City of Temecula. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Vehicular access into Planning Area 9A shall be restricted to only maintenance vehicles. 2. Precise access points into the fuel modification areas into Planning Areas 9A, 9B and 13 shall be approved by the Fire Department prior to approval of the final map. Conceptual access points connecting residential areas with fire access roads within Planning Area 13 are shown in Figure 3-8. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Fuel Modification Zone shall be located as illustrated in Figure 3-38 through 3-40. The Fuel Modification Zone shall serve as a buffer between the open space uses and the residential uses. 2. A Parkway Street Treatment, as illustrated in the Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-32, 3-31 through 3-35), shall be provided along Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Habitat Fence, as illustrated in Figures 2-34 and 2-37, shall be provided along the southern perimeter of Planning Area 9A, the southern and eastern perimeters of Planning Area 9B and along the western perimeter of Planning Area 13. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-35 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-36 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Planning Area 9A "' --Trlc= 1 Roi ipaugl► Rauch h MUT - HAW -PSK 9l mil 1] 1-1 F rII }Wi fv.e M irrsrl KI MI O ... RIM 11,14rsat♦ Nee FOILS Fes. K.JC MRPANE" Ww.mWFaw Pifteuf PprF1� I1 ��AA• >risMT�NY~r.ril 1=� SICIAL Vi. for .ap Icrww nI 124. k ---s am II ills lama r.rr WWI! !Y Irara Plik v.. wr..aR W Yitlr Trd r fowl MastiVealk a—r Painnlid MEM 1\ Nil Flni Amass Pow imovo• 9-4 LAOw Rpm .>x la.dwpId .PA MEI Figure 3-8 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 337 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUCH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-38 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3.0.9 PLANNING AREA 32 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 32, as depicted on Figure 3-9, provides for development of a 2.0 acre usable fire station site. Any slopes and monumentation shall be located outside the 2.0 acre site. The site will be conveyed by the developer before issuance of the first building permit. The station will be constructed and equipped through a combination of financing, including the developer, the City, and/or a Community Facilities District (CFD).The station will be maintained by the City and County of Riverside once it is accepted as complete by the Fire Department NOTE: This fire station, Station No. 95, has been constructed and reflects the standards listed below. Land Use and Development Standards Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access to this planning area will be provided from South Loop Road when tentative tract maps are prepared. 2. The exact location of access easements for this planning area shall be subject to review and approval by the City at the tentative tract map stage. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in Figures 2-33 and 4-55 through 4-59, shall be provided along Loop Road. 2. A Parkway Street Treatment, as illustrated in Figures 2-32 and 3-24 through 3-30 will be provided along Butterfield Stage Road. 3. A Primary Project Monumentation, as illustrated in Figures 3-10 and 3-18 will be provided at the intersection of Butterfield Stage Road and Loop Road. 4. A Staff Gated Primary Entry, as illustrated in Figures 3-9, 3-10, and 3-19, will be provided along Loop Road. The entry shall substantially conform to the architecture as depicted in Figure 3-19. 5. An Auto and Pedestrian Gated Entry, as illustrated in Figure 3-21, shall be provided behind the Staffed Gated Primary Entry. 6. A Multi -Use Trail, as illustrated in Figures 2-33 and Figures 4-38 through 4-47 will be RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-39 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS provided along the southern and western boundary of the planning area. 7. A Fuel Modification Area, as illustrated in Figures 3-9 and Figures 3-89 through 3-92, shall be provided along the southern perimeter. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Project Wall will be located along the eastern, northern, western and southern perimeters of the planning area as illustrated in the Plateau Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-34 and 2-35). An Optional Project Wall or View Fence will be located along the northern perimeter depending upon the results of the noise study. 2. A Split Rail Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2- 34, 2-37, and 4-38 through 4-47) shall be provided along the multi -use trail. Miscellaneous Standards 1. The style of architecture for the fire station shall of a similar style to the architecture identified in Section 4.0 of this document. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Facilities 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. At the time of application for SPA No. 4, construction of Fire Station 95 is nearing completion and the estimated operational start date is January 2018. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-40 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Planning Area Thirty -Two (32) PAb-ARE STATION ORE r MIMI ' Il sK f7 2.0 AC (1.6 ACI ITKC I R(m-iJktug!1 Ranch Naar P ima rw V l.wrrra papaws w'ry Fad rMrrwr b a drwrrrod Y 7.r1•11n Yap rap • A If rids r.wW rY a bawl M %tom Mar 10. 20 wM II r/.0.. b M V.owrr marls,/ • Plo w% Anse 10 std 20 NO Ilrr. 1 0 a IIYA..= W w11o11 b M orarorly ewdN/ P M 70.000 w.1 mwr.rr ktr rq.ard w M I Dana* Lair* Aka 71 ria I. 11 acre *.wars air A,s.l b M work PrprIs r old 70.000 W d wormy., b Mira. w M I d 00r row 7d� Plow Illi rim tow 2w MMS TN FM* Met row 2r ream) qMrFoal owl. wd Ar, 111or Fano deist w P!NWW erNFirm Mw+rit mob rworm o w rim 214 ono r-• Mid Gird Pay E7dty dlr ryw 4i 4.n awl4ldil • MolddnMdW01 SW !law 42 or Pia P31 9YOMTwdrM On Rpm 2g4.2A ml N11 Sa11 Lao0 raid TlarrwTd RIP Ppm 217,.7✓ 4•71 1 S 1Wd-Ulr Trd1 nY n F7 FtA 113•00at Zola is.. nip. • u..r.-a) Cy II Mr Imes O. NMI iMr Walk ormow MOW. Tlrl Orr.. 417 ffrl POWS% err* dm raw r. Furl ModiCdYOe PAIS Pwawe 1.1rA wr4asp PMYdd1 A00tm Pad Fn Amro Pad * ars 711 1- I OIP la In Mal E. rH ♦ I Paw rwalo ..• E1�y10 C �lsonar n f! Ifwr E Er.ita NerAtatta w fn Amur Pard ;f. rw..7t, Paso Irti+4 0 • Figure 3-9 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-41 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGIIHORI100D DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN :3-42 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES The design guidelines contained within this portion of Section 3.0 shall be considered the guidance for Phase I, the Plateau Neighborhood of Roripaugh Ranch, that includes Planning Areas, 1 through 9A and 32. The guidelines presented herein are intended to encourage creative design and individuality. They are intended to assist in providing the continuity and desired planned community image that will make Roripaugh Ranch a unique and special community. 3.1.1 LANDSCAPE CONCEPT The landscape concept is intended to support the architectural guidelines by defining the community image through preservation of natural open spaces and development of: public and private parks and trails, formal streetscapes that create an inviting atmosphere, distinctive project monumentations and signage, and informal landscaped slopes to provide screening and buffering as the project interfaces with the adjacent land uses. The landscape concept is illustrated in the Plateau Landscape Master Plan, Figures 3-32 and 3-10. The areas addressed in the Landscape Master Plan are all major and secondary public roadways, private roadways within planning areas, project monumentation signage, slopes and buffer areas, public and private park and recreational facilities, private guard gated and gated entries, public pedestrian trails, private pedestrian trials and paseos, public equestrian trails, fuel modification and re -vegetation of natural open space areas. The landscape concept is intended to unify and shape a planned community whereby the residents that live within the private residential areas are linked to private and public parks, schools and neighborhood commercial establishments through a safe and pedestrian friendly paseo and trail system that provides an alternate method of transportation and reduces the necessity for auto travel within the community. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-43 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-44 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NHIGi11101211000 DESIGN GUIDELINES Landscape Master Plan ("Plateau") Cf UMW an"a nu ale IMO ® Bails 1•0/I480/eiR 12290A) =war ~mos © VW mut wle nem new Mt IMICOSIL 1111,11111 lin ®riN/wININNYlajl{e1�lwaaslV rlel Vs.wuaww D Smew Eii IBwtMe. m owi.awenn. 11111 MINN 4114 MN 1041114411111041114.11 Iear eB4 NEleIMI u a•i• A0/0111.1111•011101* NM& I1111Me0u u r.il.Br BirM IBCIer MM.II I�li'/PI/MC laR CI INS W.0 _ Id niminelle IIItY oneseleenelliimem r•nar ad nronnenb Id YRM I EMIM[T eIe•ear •We BIM Bre NNW. ws ANPIINININ .aBa =Bear aaMown" l lar wln lYOMfa e Mal MEM MAIN Ma ulr ril/BYfRa Ms e4BwOC iwNINOA. M AMY IaB/wlBaeMa Mel 4.4 BI miltM KIll FIRM NC •[ Flue NICISEm COMB, r I116/11.1 Mina •1 IUmmwa —" —Tri 1 Rorijwiugfl Rauch — '� Wilne : Figure 3-10 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 345 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3.46 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGIIBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1.2 PARKS, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE FACILITIES The following describes the public and private parks and recreational facilities that will be incorporated into the planned community in the appropriate planning areas. Refer to Section 2.7 (Phasing Master Plan) for timing of the construction of the proposed park and recreational facilities. Public Parks and Recreational Facilities Neighborhood Park (Planning Area 6) (See Figures 3-6 and 3-11) This is a 5.1 acre neighborhood park serving primarily the Roripaugh Ranch community. The fully improved park is planned to be dedicated to the City of Temecula. DIF credit may be given pursuant to a park improvement agreement or development agreement. This park site will be fully improved prior to the issuance of the 400th building permit. As depicted in Figure 3-11, the proposed improvements for this park include the following recreational elements: • Informal open lawn areas. • One tot lot play area approximately 1,200 square feet with one play structure, slides, swing set and other age appropriate play equipment. Safety surfacing to be sand with rubberized surfacing for ADA accessibility with City -approved shade cover. Landscape Structures or equal. • One children's play area approximately 2,400 square feet with one play structure, slides, swing set and other age appropriate play equipment. Safety surfacing to be sand with rubberized surfacing for ADA accessibility with City -approved shade cover. Landscape Structures or equal. • One metal picnic shelter (minimum 16' wide x 24' long) Poligon 'or equal.' Architectural style and color to be similar to restroom building. • Two ADA accessible drinking fountains. One at the restroom building and one at the picnic shelter. • Eight 8' long ADA accessible concrete picnic tables, Quik Crete 'or equal', and one metal barbeque unit per table. Six tables shall be installed on 14' wide x 16' long concrete slabs. Two tables shall be installed at picnic shelter. • Twenty two 12' high walkway lighting fixtures. Style to be per City standards. Lamps to be high-pressure sodium. Fixtures to be spaced approximately 120' on center along walkways and around parking lot. • One cyclone style bicycle rack to be located at restroom building. • Seven concrete trash receptacles located throughout park. • Four 6' long concrete park benches with concrete backs, Quik Crete 'or equal'. • One lighted basketball court, court shall be concrete with painted stripes, no surfacing. Goal post and backboard to be galvanized steel. Court size to be 84' long x 50' wide. Court shall be lit by four metal halide lights on 20' high poles. Lights to be controlled by Musco Control Link. • One public restroom building. Architecture style of building to be similar to private recreation center building with City standard fixtures. Building to be approximately 600 square feet including small storage room between restrooms. • Paved parking lot and driveways for 37 cars with stripping and signage. Pavement section to be 3" asphalt paving over 4" aggregate base. Curbs, gutters and swales to be concrete with block trash bin enclosure with 6 -inch thick concrete approach pad. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-47 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES • 3' wide concrete swale on the park side of the 6' high view fencing located on the west and south portions of the park atop the 2:1 slope open space area within Planning Area 6. • Concrete walks: 1) walks adjacent to parking lot, at picnic slabs, plaza, patio, surrounding children's play area and tot lot and basketball court shall be 4 thick. 2) Walks used for maintenance vehicle access to be 8' wide and 6" thick. • Landscaping: 1) Lawn shall be hydro seeded per TCSD standard, 2) Trees shall be 5O% 15 gallon and 50% 24" box, 3) Shrubs shall be 5 gallon, 4) Ground cover to be rooted cuttings spaced at 12" on center. Trees shall be double staked with lodge pole pine tree stake and cinch ties per City standard. Arbor guards shall be installed at all trees within lawn areas. Deep root barriers shall be installed at all tree wells and trees located within 8 feet of hardscape. • Irrigation to be City Standard equipment with automatic controller (Calsense). Controller to be connected to citywide master control system by phone wiring or radio. System to have master control valve and flow sensor monitor and other required accessories. Mainline and lateral line piping to be alert line (purple). Park watering time shall be lOpm to 6am, 5 days per week (Mondays- Fridays). Entire park shall be watered each watering day. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-48 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Neighborhood Park Prwpct (HOA liloweiew70 View MKq dee 'Wee e.,a, rr.. 4 aI (140A MaeMW)1 CI*Prajan WWI �s ..4) t+� CHOA tei, 407 A— 0 • Ana e � r rhelve v Wei, seat.. V i 77/' yrs Face. (MOA MaMtaYa4) Leanne Sip. Labnla (i3OA Ma.b..dl 1 0 Mean/ cm)! "hr iTxG 1 Roripaugh Rani, 0 4) ` 00 aao 0000 0d 00 x00 0,0 049 0A, TC5O Mwwwa, Peewee. 0 000"0 as 4**,9,� O 0000 O0`.,` 0 3a8 �0 0ao W10 Pew see.ih Stiehl 11101 PS ��... O r Waw C creta Sera (TC3 Wsmd Slew (MOA MSMwil 4100 Laelrsa. P w", LA8 00 a4 0 .o0 Leiria,/ Iaewitee Cw t 37 Cs .stay W t Pert Lauda., Planning Area 11 Fo Fee ,A Awd.e.a Ara 7C3 Mmissd 00 O0. 000 00 0• 00 TCao MseiteieW Peewaet Yew /ar.:.y (FpA Me.nro.rd) OO0 _ 0,30 000 _ vi• 0 NIA A Pe., OwnerSENN (HOA Habei#. n,/) ~mPaN HOA Maa,waa Pae/ HOA Mant.aaal Figure 3-11 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 349 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3.50 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Private Parks and Recreational Facilities Primary Center (Planning Area 51(See Figure 3-5, 3-12, and 3-13) This 4.8 acre private recreation center is planned within Planning Area 6 in the Plateau area of Roripaugh Ranch. This will be a private recreation center that will only serve the recreation needs of the Roripaugh Ranch project. This center shall include the following recreation elements. • Primary Center Club House (5,000 square feet minimum) with exercise room, weight room, aerobic room, game room, kitchen, offices, Bistro, restrooms and showers • Recreational lap pool (2,000 square feet to 3,400 square feet) and decks • Wading pool • Pool restrooms and showers • Cabana and pool equipment room • One spa • Two lighted tennis courts (6 lights per court) with viewing area • Fountain at entry drive • Drop-off area in front of recreation center with accent paving • Children's play area with one play structure for ages 2-S and one play structure for ages 6-12 years, swings and other age appropriate play equipment • Forest Wood Products playground safety surfacing • Wood shade arbor with picnic table • Grass volleyball court • Four picnic tables on concrete slabs • Concrete walkways • Walkway lighting • Parking lot improvements for a minimum of 30 cars • Landscape and irrigation improvements Mini -Park (Planning Areal). (See Figures 3-1 and 3-14) The 0.3 -acre private park is planned within Planning Area 1B in the Plateau area of the Roripaugh Ranch project. This will be a private recreation facility that will only serve the recreation needs of the Roripaugh Ranch project. This area shall include the following recreation elements. • Wood shade arbor with picnic table • Tot lot with one play structure for ages 2-5 years, swings and other age appropriate play equipment • Forest Wood Products playground safety surfacing • One picnic table on concrete slab • Two benches • Low wall with pilasters and gates • Concrete sidewalks • Landscape and irrigation improvements • No parking lot improvements (on -street parking) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-51 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-52 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Primary Center .arming Area 3 20' wads Sower E..wesnt On Stow• r Friwh [whom. Strout FwwMn 0. stew. 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To M Fully Drwlopod pr.:, To Ipleic. of 350 to Ferrol Figure 3-12 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-53 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHHORIIOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-54 SBCP1ON 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Primary Center Clubhouse Elevation cownr,iir1 Ct"T(11 roll ITIS 1 Rnripaugh Ranch ASH BY USA, LLC Figure 3.13 RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-55 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-56 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Mini -Park 1 Rorrjxwgl, Ranch Interior Private Street Figure 3-14 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-57 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAIJGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-58 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Open Space (Planning Areas 6, 7A, 7B, 7C and 9A) (See Figures 3-10 and 2-34) Planning Area 7A, and the slope portion of Planning Area 6 will provide for 21.2 acres to remain as natural open space and manufactured landscape slope. Planning Areas 8 and 9A, will provide for 16.3 acres to remain as natural open space. These areas contain topographic and natural features that characterize Roripaugh Ranch as a unique community. It is envisioned that the open space areas will be owned and maintained by a master homeowners association or appropriate public agency as approved by the City of Temecula. Portions of Planning Area 6 will include manufactured slopes that are not part of the Neighborhood Park. This slope will be landscaped with native species that will blend with and enhance the surrounding area. All landscape will be automatically irrigated. Planning Areas 7A will include a private nature walk and landscaping of slopes and other areas disturbed by construction. Landscaping will consist of planting of native species of trees, shrubs and ground cover that will blend and enhance the area. All landscaping will be automatically irrigated. Planning Areas 8 and 9Awi11 remain in their current natural condition with the exception of hydro seeding a of non -irrigated native plant species mix to provide erosion control in areas disturbed by construction. Fuel modification will occur at the perimeter of these areas adjacent to proposed improvement (See Figures 3-38 through 3-40). Landscaped areas will not be irrigated. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-59 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1.3 TRAIL SYSTEM (See Figures 3-15 through 3-17) Private Trail System Paseo System (See Figures 3-15, 3-43 and 3-44) Paseos within the Plateau will link Planning Areas 1A, 2 and 3. The paseos together with sidewalk along the private streets will create a pedestrian path linking the planning areas to the private recreation center in Planning Area 5. Other paseos within the Plateau will link Planning Areas 1A, 2, 3, 4A, 4B, and 5 to the private Nature Walk within Planning Area 7A. A link will be provided at the easterly side of Planning Area 7A, connecting the Nature Walk to the Neighborhood Park, Planning Area 6. Paseo improvements will consist of landscape and irrigation, a 5 -foot wide concrete sidewalk, bollard lights and project walls or view fencing on both sides. Nature Walk (See Figure 3-17) The Nature Walk within the Plateau is located within Planning Areas 7A and 7B as illustrated in Figure 4-15. The trail will be constructed of 3" thick AC paving over compacted native soil base to a width of 10' and provides an internal non -vehicular link between the planning areas within the Plateau area of Roripaugh Ranch project. In most cases the Nature Walk will be a minimum of 4' below the residential lots and in other cases the Nature Walk will be level with or above the Residential Tots. In all cases the view from the Nature Walk into the residential lots north and south of the walk, will be screened with existing earth mounds or informal landscaping consisting of native plant species that will blend with the existing environment Public Trail System (See Figures 2-34 and 3-15) Bicycle Lanes (See Figures 3-24 through 3-37 and Figures 4-52 through 4-54) Class II bicycle lanes are planned for the Roripaugh Ranch project. Bicycle lanes are planned within the public street along both sides of Loop Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Murrieta Hot Springs Road and both Roripaugh Valley Road and Fiesta Ranch Road. The bicycle lanes will Zink all residential neighborhoods with schools, parks and neighborhood commercial center. A Class I bicycle lane/pedestrian walkway will be provided within the right-of-way on the west side of Butterfield Stage Road between Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Nicolas Road (See Figures 3- 24 through 3-30). RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-60 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1.4 PROJECT MONUMENTATION AND PRIVATE ENTRIES Community entries will consist of three types, Primary Project Monumentations, Staff Gated Primary Entries and Card Key Gated Entries. In addition, a Bridge Monumentation will be provided at "North Loop Road" and Butterfield Stage Road as it crosses Santa Gertrudis Creek and the "South Loop Road" s it crosses Long Valley Wash. The designs will consist of aesthetically blended construction materials, signage, specialty lighting and formal landscaping. All project monumentation and entries will be maintained by the Master Homeowner's Association and will be located outside of the TCSD maintenance areas and the public right of ways. All monumentation, signage and wall locations, setbacks and heights will conform to the City of Temecula vehicular sight line and signage standards. Primary Project Monumentation (See Figures 2-33, 2-34, 3-10 and 3-18) The Primary Project Monumentation is designed to create a sense of arrival into the project at various locations along the major arterial streets. These entries will create a formal identification for Roripaugh Ranch and will be uniform in their design and landscape. Project monumentations will occur at three locations within Roripaugh Ranch: at the intersections of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road; Butterfield Stage Road and Nicolas Road/North loop Road; and Butterfield Stage Road and Calle Chapos/South loop Road between Planning Areas 22 and 32. The entry locations are illustrated in Figures 2-34 and 3-10 and their design is illustrated in Figure 3-18.These elements are subject to refinement during the final design process. Staffed Gated Primary Entries (See Figures 2-33, 2-34, and 3-19) A Staffed Gated Primary Entries are located at three areas within the Plateau Neighbor. south of the intersections of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road. The Staffed Gated Primary Entries will serve as major entrances into the private residential housing areas. The entries will consist of a guard house, manned 24 hours a day, card reader activated control arms, auto and pedestrian gates, accent paving, decorative steel fencing, project walls, pilasters and formal landscaping. Entries will be designed to accommodate a turnaround for non-residents, delivery waiting areas and emergency vehicle access capabilities. The entry locations are illustrated in Figures 2-32 and 3-10 and their design is illustrated in Figure 3-19. These elements are subject to refinement during the final design process. Card Key Secondary Entries (See Figure 2-3, 3-10, and 3-19) Card Key Secondary Entries will be located in Planning Areas 1A, 4A, and 4B. Planning Areas 1A, 2, 3, 4A and 4B will serve as secondary entries. The entries will consist of card reader activated auto and pedestrian gates, accent paving, decorative steel fencing, project walls, pilasters, formal landscape and turn around areas for non-residents. The entry locations are illustrated in Figures 2-32 and 3-10 and their design is illustrated in Figure 3-21. These elements are subject to refinement during the final design process. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-61 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-62 SECTION :3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Trail System Master Plan ("Plateau") ISISSMI•s0/ A1rffTA KNOW 4044 me d .w QASS II IICVQE MISS me IN 05195 pA► ! 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Of 111.1+ To Y n. fryer L111) N I.M. flimullr (..Iop ..q.,r,.,. rd h j... I. rave Esc_ ram 041. ale OfOA ,,weep PRIVATE INTERIOR STREET t'TFCC I Rnripaugh Ranch Ir Faryury a Iry &or To -0,....o.a rr}r yr aural ) DOAIy) ,creep •a+.r PRIVATE DRIVEWAY e., rh.$ML " y tmaMb. Lamm La,... TT A Lame ow M imps. corm e..y.... r.r...f Of 010.4. Ptanning Area 1A Untw Figure 3-22 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-77 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-78 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Card Key Gated Entry (PA 4A & 4B) 6' lienar Fwug CVs II LHOA r.e11•110i bicycle Una o} `tom • at O 0 4611 Fc/cis Lw MdLw Lewd (lm11dA.o6..d) N Planning Area 8 Open Space. Pin 6696 or 1691n a We, w.r Lw MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD 0 0 0 LT Ee.�.w Tri DWI SIONSXml *NW TM PIM* LArdiuq4 know Oa :,„,, Planning Area 4A Hata: 1. AN Strwt. AM Sawa. wines neI< eylrt Of Wei T. P..Wfwd M pM HM.. Wuab bor. 2 A4 Strut., Sidra. W.U. Finer. 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Finney y Firm ZIA (H04 (HOA MYnbWd) PRIVATE INTERIOR DRIVE PUY • o v .� .„ „ L i w • Figure 3-23 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-79 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-80 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1.5 STREETSCAPE TREATMENTS The landscape treatment of the streets within the project is a vital component to the overall land use plan. The streetscape treatment sections schematically illustrate the relationships of street elements such as landscape development zones, sidewalks, trails, slopes, project walls and parkways. Streetscape treatments are illustrated in Figures 3-28 through 3-37. Any mounding and/or raised planters near intersections shall be placed so that they do not interfere with the City of Temecula sight line standards. The hierarchy for the streetscape treatment will be as follows: • Major Arterial Roads - Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Butterfield Stage Road • Interior Private Streets Butterfield Stage Road (See Figures 3-24 through 3-30) The landscape development associated with the streetscape along Butterfield Stage Road from its intersection with Murrieta Hot Springs Road to the south project boundary line will consist of: • Evergreen and deciduous formal street tree plantings at an average of thirty (30') feet to forty (40) feet on center along parkways and median islands. Tree locations are to conform to the City of Temecula sight line standards for street tree plantings. • Informal slope landscape and irrigation. • All plantings and irrigation within the TCSD areas shall be designed to meet TCSD requirements. Construction of Butterfield Stage Road has been completed in accordance with the road sections depicted in Figures 3-24 through 3-30. Landscape Development The Master Homeowner Associations (MHOA) shall maintain the project walls and fences, entry monumentation, signage and landscaping along the LDZ outside any maintenance areas that are otherwise maintained by the appropriate City Department or Division. The appropriate City Department or Division shall maintain all landscape medians and parkways within 66' wide or greater public right of ways that are adjacent to single-family residential developments. The City Public Works Department will maintain the streets, sidewalks, and bicycle lanes within public right of ways. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-81 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-82 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-24 Butterfield Stage Road (PA 9B & 13) PfanrYft Area 9. Open SMo Nobltst. Hebltet Al___ ___J AgercT MilMised Habttet Fsacirg Fyars 2-11 (HOA Mdetdaed) Parlasey Tripp Schloss solla Cofer is Pyr w Is A10' oJG MOW Ilme le...Matarr sasNfelle London Mer Tree 30' to 40' O.C. 4 e. I `. p. i I 12. ( X 34. T j T. 14. Ioo Fel 51111r1eri I i ,t Motif ic $ ace II &ke f Zee y 1 (St,iwd) dAMdtw osiv llifiliQW 1s' u eft Los (111r1po0 op Mw 13 o1w apps MONO 11IMgasah frqwwi it'd Habitat 2-17 FsrCIn9 F (1 -Fl Alaletdncd) Nova 12 300 Fud Modlf+oation Zone FIDA Maietdnsd With. rigid .f way (IOW) ell Ones ..f .ds■nw .r. refehtlad by PlIbik Mtrbe. NNW Ufie fs lalaCiPS meld gddeieer (Section 4.11) for Mactiig roprree tett for .sdca WIN*. PQM• dips cad other leodecipoirra 1TiOC I RoriJ)auglf Ranch RORIPAUCII RANCII SPECIFIC PLAN 3-83 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-84 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-25 Butterfield Stage Road (PA 11 & 13) sd_ we CalIfwde Pepper 30' I. 20' 04 Ai..I3 HOMO Illemtipaswe her Min.rnr 7' L/4�1�iw� (TaD M�Iiir4 122' NOW Jr it lT r unisuiprip OG WIN*. rye/ d .p PM) . Myer! W tlasm+b w aiM.I J by P %Wks Melte Nodes Nene 2-17 A MWfdMJ) I00'Peel Mee(i.Mw iAns MOA MYM.Yr/ Melo Were, W -r M.lorid &IMAM Maim tin r_ limey..*+mm.n trseam Wiv rte. Mgr t•+ Mom Monne mom. MCC I Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-85 SECTION 3 PIATEAU NEIGIIBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-86 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGIiHORIIOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-26 Butterfield Stage Road (PA 12 8 13) Preset Well —. myna 2-15 (1404 Melee Marring Area 12 Resideettid if (TCSDMmL ��[ rhooka. • 2 • 5' Netck a Pre ject Wee Eery 50' O. to Creole a sle.e WWI Porieroy Trees Schram bone California Pepper 30' M 40' O.C. Median Tree Plataler acerifelle Lamle Flee Tree 30' to 40' O.C. Plareirs±firee 13 Opene�ita+ Habitat Manegenerrt Agency Maiecened u' 12' jrir r, 114' � ` Mi�wrral 122 kOW 112' (140A Me11AeIMQ) 100' Fuel Medlfication Zoo NQA Meintarned WFMIe r'f t of soy (POW) del Oriole ore ed.seMe ere eaietseed by Psdic Works. Nero: Refer le Ledecept Materiel 6ddoirwe (Sectlee 4.8) fee plentih resuiremeete for median iekede, parkways. elopes and other ...L . d anima --ITICC 1 Rnripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-87 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORH00D DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-88 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure3-27 Butterfield Stage Road (PA 12 & 14) r.rwa. rd Maim r~.. >pr4oV rt. 11. App.= PP .• n• _&W I. MAIM'-_-1�4 ae.� w4 W.rr Within right of Wary (ROW) dl streets and sidewalks ae mdntdned by Public Works. Mots Refer to Landscape Materiel Guidelines (Sect+ar. 4.8) for plotting requlwnentii for median islands, porleroys, slopes end other Iand.ocged ones. 1111= Ruripallgh Randi RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-89 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-90 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBOR1100D DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-28 Butterfield Stage Road (PA 22) Parkway Trees Schirus monk California Pepper 30' to 40' O.C. Wtt in right of may (ROW) oN streets and ddwika ws n intei ed by Relic Works and oil landscaping is nelntalned by TCSb. Mote: Refer to lad -asp material Guidelines (Section 4.8) for pkuttitg requirements for median islands. parkways. siopes and other hidscaped arms. 1'1 -KC 1 Roripaugli Ruch RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN :i-'±1 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-92 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-29 Butterfield Stage Road (PA 27) Palma/ Tree Sokol Nola CoWorn .!fir l0' Is 40' OL 1"11871111 tint II Mie Le"` (sniped) WarM H' Roved I 14' ,i 12 1 10 ,I, 6 6 TI Sia..II Pb.wig Area 27 ONE II Mie ILadoodpbg CaWirrty Sports Pork L. OMNI) I lj' (TCSO Mane .d) Perkow WIttin right of now (ROMA) dl str..ts and eldumda are mdntow»d by P ik Works and dl rarogYy Is.nirarad by TC—Sts. Net.: Refer to Ledsoopo M.terial i edew'w (S.ctr. 4.1) ler *Krug r.*rre.rn/s /or madam islands, parkways. dopes and eller kodee.Md rws. _MCC 1 Ronpatigli 1?atic•11 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-93 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORI100D DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-94 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Butterfield Stage Road (PA 32) Pa•la.al, Trees schism ark caMfetde Pepper 30' lot 40' Ot. Medio, Tres Platoon, epriifelle Lond.. Plums Tres 30' to 40' O.L. I■1N411ullel1(TCSD Mantamed) 4' Migh Spit, Roil Fanc,ng (T1C$b Mdntdned) Weasel Slop. Ladscape (HOA Ma Caned) 21 Mac Slope Project Wall (Figure 2-15) (HOA Morntolned) IM dirt 14' tY 110' • srd.,.& ta.a Nee `2 r y tams (s*'Mn hrtersi i 14' Ilehied Leedecepid male ta'atiow T a...1X No ILisegeorging Lim (Striped) 12• Periwig 1• CNN.i right of wr 0000) e.wives we rd...i. w rietibarbd by P>bkc Werke .rd dl lends.apir g Is smkdiMil be TM. Nets bfert.lii.e+. Me1rW ieldeLe.s (Section 4 e) for pleott.y requirement -AI for +edlam Word,, park.er., dopes and .for i.i.+./ere... iTI 1?or,paugh Ranch Ewe Station (Sea Fiore No 4-188) Figure 3.30 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3.96 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Murrieta Hot Springs Road (See Figures 3-31 through 3-35) The landscape development associated with the streetscape along Murrieta Hot Springs Road from the northwestern project boundary to Butterfield Stage Road will consist of: • Evergreen and deciduous formal street tree plantings at an average of forty (40') feet on center along parkways and median islands. Tree locations are to conform to the City of Temecula sight line standards for street tree plantings. • Non-invasive evergreen shrub and ground covers (flowering and non -flowering varieties). • All plantings and irrigation within the TCSD areas shall be designed to meet TCSD requirements. Construction of Murrieta Hot Springs Road has been completed in accordance with the road sections depicted in Figures 3-31 through 3-35. Updated landscape requirements pertaining to the streetscape of Butterfield Stage Road can be found in Section 4.1: Valley Design Guidelines. The Landscape Development The Master Homeowner Associations (MHOA) shall maintain the project walls and fences, entry monumentation, signage and landscaping along the LDZ outside any maintenance areas that are otherwise maintained by the appropriate City Department or Division. The appropriate City Department or Division shall maintain all landscape medians and parkways within 66' wide or greater public right of ways that are adjacent to single-family residential developments. The City Public Works Department will maintain the streets, street lighting, sidewalks and bicycle lanes within public right of ways. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-97 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-98 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 1A, 2, 3 & 4A) 7 by OIAan Praport MW Nan t. (Rwip Rd 1.10AwOA Wahavissd) PIs.Yy Ano 1A, 2, Gaaidsrrlwl 37 d 4A varies ^ � 14' Eawrow dq May Tree — d /Mewl Trsl Quietus Mew Sw there Ws tisk 10'1a10'O.G VW. 1.0. 1101 & MaMMdr.d twistein ---17KIG 1 Roripaugh Ranch 43' Gloss II B cyclo L.. (St$p.d) IAndaopd gnaw 110' IIo1M INE. taxa Mal. Tr/id Al.rrr arly WoWebril Ow 11 'kris Lama If4-1f4_ is. (N Emwr Prtlr. (tit • M) Figure 3-31 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-99 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-100 SECTION 3 PIATFAU NEIGHBORII00D DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-32 Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 4A, 4B & 8) wHlo right of mot (QOM) WI .trees ons ra..ew on rrolnraMrd by P,bxc Works end all IawdecapVn U maintained by TC5b Neta. Rider re Lmdecape Me/erial iuldairm. (5.eii. 41) for rlwFisq rug i.sr..f. for m.dl.n limed., poriwy., 5444 .Har I.wdcapad arena -'_r......_T fl 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-101 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHRORI100D DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGFI RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-102 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-33 Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 6 & 9A) wnt+, rite .f ■+r (ROW) al Amstar mei rr...r.... msMA..ol by Public Works ad di Iwoftowin. b wsintsln.d by TCSD. Maui %Or- t. Laslw*s M.ts.iJ islydsas (S.wt{.. 4J) it *Mai r.ibirsrwt. far w_ ., iJ.r.• rri.wp, Arm sod .N... i.e.eaped wear. In= 1 Ron:paugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN i-103 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUCH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-104 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 9B & 11) Varies 0' t. ro' -Plowing Arm II hkajib.rlw.1 Cwmsdal Purim's/ Tris 6 MsdWi Trees Quercus Mr0mm &Oliva Li.. Oek 30' ? 40' 0.C. • .5 ��YY" $, .L en L" } „ dhe:rr Com 1=}6' DOA 11Ammieidll u• 1 612/ {!00 Z:1 3U 1 fuel uelNC tM.M ons. e POA Msitaird - It Nmier rwarw.mn Agency MMnsu..d VW IOW 6 High N.6mm Fencing, F1gmr. 2-17 (NOA Menr.imel) 'Iceman ARO 9e Om. sparse vas,.t o' en s0' Nasal Yerstarien i141AM1 right of eery (ROW) dl streets ed edarolks ere MdeYleed by Pubic Wa.ks Nets: Refer ts Ladeceps Material guideline, (Section 41) for plentiful re*drawmTs for nedlen ielce+de. parkway*. slopes and either k.d.mped arms. --mcs 1 Roripaugh Rauicii Figure 3-34 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-105 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-106 SECTION 3 PIATF:AU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-35 Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 10 & 11) Virtu 0' t. 40' ..p Ano ll mss.$ od C..., i.l Miro, Tran A :Mao, yr.s o..ar •+sem+ 5__u.. Oak �o ,.4o ac.NNNPews (Sot Slops Uwe:Yaws OA Me..s.• t -10N.. r-f rr.ry Arse n 11..N..Liel u' 14' u• Wood (reso M.i tn' DOW YAMS., right o4 may CROW) all nmate ord sd.dk. on ..Y,t.ln.s by Prblk work, Voris. to SW tl HOA klointolool No,.: Rohr ,o lades. Mut.nol ln.ckkrv. (j.ctwn 4 B) for pk.,r.q rrp.r.rn.nts lar modem ib.d.pnr4.at:syr soy.: and atlrr dud raped weak tTKC 1 Ro:-q u, h !?;iiu'll RORIPAUGII RANCII SPECIFIC PLAN 3 107 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-108 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Interior Private Street (See Figures 3-36 and 3-37) Evergreen or deciduous formal street trees at an average of forty -foot (40') to fifty -foot (50') on center spacing. Trees will be planted six feet (6') from back of utility easement on private residential properties and will be maintained by the HOA. • Five and one half foot (5 1/2') wide sidewalk adjacent to curb, (maintained by HOA). • Four and one half foot (4 1/2') wide utility easements. (Maintained by HOA for all tots Jess than 4,000 square feet. lots exceeding 4,000 square feet will be maintained by homeowner. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-109 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-110 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Private Interior Street (Option 1) HOA Maintained Street Tree All Private Streets Within Al Planning Areas Street Tree Mew litniatid Perris t. *Sty ry .. for oda hinds. p._.4;pis • ear Iwro+ed e�ea Lawn Public Utility Easement -,f—f 44 set' 6 Front Yard Landscape Sidewalk Planning Areas 12, 14.15, 22. 23.24 i 31 Lars 4.000 end abrie w 1/rwwar MrbwYrd. Las Iva Are seam are HOA Mr u 1 "'_ I'TIcc 1 Roripaug'!1 Ranch 24' Lawn f–! Public Utility Easement 5lt'41i 6' HOA Maintained Street Tree All Private Streets Within AN Planing Argos Street Easement (47') HOA Maintained SU Sidewalk Front Yard Landscape Planting Arps 12, 14, 15, 22, 23. 24 6 31 Lair 4,000 Sr and awe w New.—.sr Mrwrab.d. Lets W Ar. 4,0003? arellOA Malwal +d. Figure 3-36 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-111 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-112 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Private Interior Street (Option 2) NOA Maintained Street Tru All Primte Streets Within All Planning Ar� LaNRI Public Utility Easement 6' Front Yard __ Street Tree Mote. Rafe to Landscape Materiel Perils for planing Terminators formedian e" ------Islands, priming, slopes 4 other lendeoapad aria. 4ti 5' 8' 24' u3wn I4OA Maintained Street Tree Within Ptun All StreetsPlanning Within All Flaming Arms Public Utility Easement Min Planning Areas 12,14,13, 22, 23, 24 d 31 Lots 4 MO SF aid awe era Homeowner Mafraabad. Lots Mee Mr4,0005Far l4OA Mairdried. 1T1CC 1 Rortpaugh Ranch Sidewalk Sidewalk Front Yard lands e Planning Areas 12, 14, 15, 22, 23, 24 & 31 Lab 4,000 SF .d roam w ' ,__ _ _.___ Mirtairad Lib I. th.r 4.0005F ors HCA M�rsarad Street Easement (43') OA Maintained Figure 3-37 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-113 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-114 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1.6 FUEL MODIFICATION OF OPEN SPACE (See Figures 3-38 through 3-40) The following section of the Specific Plan contains information pertaining to the Fuel Modification of Open Space, as it relates to Planning Areas 1, 2, 3, 4A, and 7A. The County of Riverside Fire Code requires fuel modification zones be maintained along residential edges adjacent to natural open space areas. Fuel modification zones represent a physical separation between development and open space. The purpose of this zone is to reduce the hazard of wildfires and to provide a natural and visual transition between developed areas and open space. The County of Riverside Fuel Modification Plan Guidelines is utilized as the City of Temecula has yet to formally adopt its own guidelines. The project site is surrounded by existing and proposed development that will eventually reduce the possibility of a regional wildfire. However; due to open space areas retained by the Land Use Plan, the possibility of fires will always exist. As a preventative measure to protect against fires within Roripaugh Ranch project, certain parcels containing open space will be required to set up a Fuel Modification Zone as shown in Figures 3-38 through 3-40 have been modified to meet the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service requirement that the Fuel Modification Zone not be developed within the permanent open space areas, rather, it shall be located within the adjacent residential Planning Areas. The primary criteria for achieving a fire safe buffer in this zone mandates that fuel load be lessened and the moisture content of the vegetative biomass be increased. Guidelines A landscape maintenance program will be established, depicting a Fuel Modification Zone from the rear of a residential unit to undisturbed open space. The developer shall be responsible for establishing the Fuel Modification Zones, preparing a plan to implement the fuel modification and performing the required Improvements. The Fuel Modification Plan shall be prepared in accordance with the County of Riverside Fire Code and reviewed for approval by the Community Development Director and City of Temecula Fire Department. Maintenance of all fuel modification areas shall be the responsibility of a master homeowners association. One fuel modification zone- is proposed for the Plateau Neighborhood. The fuel modification zone is located along the west and south boundaries of Planning Area 1, the south boundary of Planning Areas 2, 3, and 4A, the south and east boundaries of Planning Area 4A, and the outer edge of the ten foot (10') wide nature trail within Planning Area 7A. The fuel modification zone will vary in width from a minimum of twenty feet (20') to a maximum of seventy feet (70'). All areas disturbed by project construction will be landscaped and automatically. irrigated. Planter material will consist of native fire retardant shrubs and ground covers and will be thinned out to lessen the fuel Toad and increase the moisture content of the vegetative biomass. Refer to the thinning guidelines below. Thinning Guidelines: • Selectively remove highly flammable plant species. • Selectively thin out large, dense groupings of plant materials. • Remove plant material in a manner that will promote a natural appearance to fuel modification areas. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-115 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES • Alterations to existing plant materials to be in compliance with Sub Regional Habitat Conservation Plan (SHCP). RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-116 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan ("Plateau") LEGEND I l FLA L SLOPE LANDSCAPE fNIp1T IIAD'(TAD134 _ i■ Fuit reormA tON 21ONEs 515 FIRMS 4 15 AND 415A (HW 14AINTADf01 NA NATE ADM LANDSCAPE (MOA MAINTAINED) AAIA MAE HUNKER 1 PAO]ECT BOUNDARY 2 NATURAL TRAIL SEE FILMS 412 4150441SA IMO Roripaugh Ranch L Low OENs1TT ltsitENTTAL Lr Low /*Wulf RESIDENTIAL N NEIGHBORHOOD 1:001AS TIAL N 2E1911.2014300 PARK RA AVM PAIN RC *CREATOR CENTER 051 14 50TAT O03 LANDSCAPE SLOPE N110 41. ./ MATCH LINE SEE FIGURE 4.34C Figure 3-38 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-117 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-118 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan ("Plateau") MATCH UNE SEE FI&URE 4.34C 1/1100 rlprAL KIM LANDSWE MOM M/IRAII®1 _01118 sicancATL. Z01415�Kf.114 AAp A,6A MOA IMORA04151 HATH ACK Larson MOA tLAMMDK01 mat MEM 1R07K7601110An NATURAL 11A4 SH mutes A It .1 15 APO 4.154. Roripaugh Ranch 1. WM OM6ITYME90BR4L V LOW KOWAlefi1WR1Al /Y ImI401I1000 00111101x' N LQMOMtl0011M6 • ,g1arAR K KCPCATI011 COMM 061 NAliTAT 060 L * S(A/E MON Figure 3-39 RORIPAIJGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-119 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-120 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan ("Plateau") PA 111 i PA 17 S!'CT10N A -A PA 11 SECTION C -C iirtac 1 Ror pa ugh Ranch ) 7R447- OAKINey OPEN SPACE PL PA 11 R/w SECTION B -B 12r RAW RIfL MOOVIGTON 201[ SURE16lELD WAGE ROAD SECTION D -D OPEN SPACE Figure 3-40 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-121 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-122 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1,7 LANDSCAPE MATERIAL GUIDELINES Plant Materials Palette It is the intent of these guidelines to allow flexibility and diversity in planting design while defining an acceptable palette in order to reinforce the thematic identify of Roripaugh Ranch. A limited selection of plant materials used in simple significant compositions is encouraged. Planting designs should be compatible and complement adjacent plantings. Also, they should reinforce and enhance the individual architecture and design of each site. The materials on the plant lists have been selected for their contribution to the project theme, their adaptability to drought resistant, soil conditions and their Tong -term cost effective maintenance. Size of plant material shall be per City of Temecula landscape standards and American standards for nursery stock. All plant materials are conceptual and will be reviewed by the City of Temecula and TCSD during the plan review process. All planting within the open space habitat areas (Planning Areas 8, 9A, 9B and 13) is subject to approval by the Department of Fish and Game. All trees shall be a minimum of 24" box, with the exception of all trees along both sides of Butterfield Stage Road, Nicolas Road, Roripaugh Valley Road and Fiesta Ranch Road. These trees shall be a minimum 36" box, and at prominent locations such as Staff Gated Primary Entries, Primary Project Monumentations, and at the Card Key Gated Entries shall be a minimum of 48" box or 60" box, subject to the approval of the City's Landscape Architecture as space allows. All shrubs shall be a minimum of five gallons, all ground cover shall be from flats at minimum 8" on center and maximum 18" on center, subject to the approval of the City's Landscape Architecture as required by species spacing requirements, unless otherwise noted. *See adjustments to the plant materials palette, planting time, landscape installation requirements, landscape requirements for slopes, climate constraints, agriculture soils test requirements, and irrigation as they relate to Planning Areas 98, 10-15, 16A, 168, 17A, 178, 18A, 188, 18C, 19, 20A, 20B, 21, 22, 23A, 23B, 24- 30, 31A, 31B, 33A, and 33B Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Street Trees (Parkway) Botanical Name Common Name Quercus virginiana Southern Live Oak Shrubs Arbutus unedo compacta Strawberry Tree Rosemarinus officinalis Huntington Blue Sage Rosemarinus officinalis 'Collingwood Ingram' Sage Cistus purpureus Rock Rose Rosa banksiae 'Lutea' Lady Banks Rose Ground Cover Myoporum parvifolium Putah Creek RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-123 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Butterfield Stage Road Street Trees Pinus eldarica Schinus molle Platanus acerifolia'Bloodgood' Shrubs Acacia redolens Cistus spp. Cotoneaster horizontalis Escallonia fradesii Leptosperrnum scoparium Pittosporum tobira `Wheelers Dwarf' Prunus caroliniana Pyracantha coccinea Rhaphiolepis indica species Ground Cover Festuca spp. Lonicera japonica Myoporum parvifolium Nicolas Road. North and South Loop Roads Street Trees Lagerstroemia indica 'Muskogee' Street Trees Magnolia grandiflora Washingtonia robusta 'Hybrid' Shrubs Acacia redolens Cistus spp. Cotoneaster horizontalis Escallonia fradesii Leptosperrnurn scoparium Pittosporum tobira Wheeler's Dwarf' Prunus caroliniana Pyracantha coccinea Rhaphiolepis indica species Ground Cover Festuca spp. Lonicera japonica Myoporurn parvifolium "A" and "B" Street Street Trees Liriodendron tulipifera (Parkway) Mondel Pine California Pepper London Plane Tree Acacia Rock Rose n.c.n. Escallonia New Zealand Tea Tree Mock Orange Carolina Laurel Cherry Fire Thorn Pink Indian Hawthorne Marathon I loneysuckle Myoporum (Median Islands) Crape Myrtle (Parkway) Mexican Fan Palm Southern Magnolia Acacia Rock Rose n.c.n. Escallonia New Zealand Tea Tree Mock Orange Carolina Laurel Cherry Fire Thorn Pink Indian Ilawthorne Marathon Honeysuckle Myoporum (Parkway) Tulip Tree RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-124 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Shrubs Acacia redolens Cistus spp. Cotoneaster horizontalis Escallonia fradesii Leptospermum scoparium Pittosporum tobira Wheeler's Dwarf' Prunus caroliniana Pyracantha coccinea Rhaphiolepis indica species Slopes (Informal) Trees Cedrus deodara Pinus eldarica Pinus halepensis Platanus racemose Quercus agrifolia Schinus molle Shrubs Acacia redolens Arctostaphylos variety Baccharis pilularis Prostratus Ceanothus griseus Horizontalis Cistus villosus Cotoneaster horizontalis Escallonia fradesii Hermercallis species Heteromeles arbutifolia Flex species Leptospermum scoparium Ligustrum japonicum Melaleuca nesophila Muhlenbergia rigens Phormium spp. Pittosporum tobira 'Wheeler's Dwarf Prunus caroliniana Pyracantha coccinea Rhamnus alatemus Rhaphiolepis indica species Rhus integrifolia Viburnum tinus species Xylosma congestum Ground Covers Arctostaphylos variety Ceanothus variety Festuca spp. Hedera helix Helianthenium nummularium Acacia Rock Rose n.c.n. Escallonia New Zealand Tea Tree Mock Orange Carolina Laurel Cherry Fire Thorn Pink Indian Ilawthorne Deodar Cedar Mondel Pine Aleppo Pine California Sycamore Coast Live Oak California Pepper Acacia Manzanita Dwarf Coyote Bush Carmel Creeper Rock Rose n.c.n. Escallonia Day Lily Toyon Holly New Zealand Tea Tree Japanese Privet Pink Melaeuca Deer Grass Flax Mock Orange Carolina Laurel Cherry Fire Thorn Italian Buckthorn Pink Indian Hawthorne Lemonade Berry Viburnum Manzanita Wild Lilac Marathon English Ivy Sunrose RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-125 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Lonicera japonica Myoporum parvifolium Rosmarinus officinalis prostrata Vinca major School and Parks Trees Brachychiton populneus Cedrus deodara Cinnamomum camphora Pinus canariensis Pinus eldarica Ulmus parrifolia 'Drake' Gleditsia triacanthos inerimis Liquidambar styraciflua Platanus acerfolia 'Bloodgood' Platanus racemose Prunus cerasifera Prunus s. 'Kwanzan' Pyrus calleriana Washingtonia robusta Shrubs Acacia redolens Cistus spp. Cotoneaster horizontalis Escallonia fradesii Hermercallis species Ilex species Ligustrum japonicum Melaleuca nesophila Muhlenbergia rigens Phormium spp. Pittosporum tobira Wheeler's Dwarf' Prunus caroliniana Pyracantha coccinea Rhaphiolepis indica species Viburnum tinus species Xylosrna congestum Ground Covers Festuca spp. Hedera helix Lonicera japonica Myoporum parvifolium Vinca major Private Interior Streets Honeysuckle Myoporum Creeping Rosemary Periwinkle Bottle Tree Deodar Cedar Camphor Tree Canary Island Pine Monde! Pine Evergreen Elm Thornless Honey Locust Sweet Gum London Plane Tree California Sycamore Purple Leaf Plum Japanese Flowering Cherry Ornamental Pear Mexican Fan Palm Acacia Rock Rose n.c.n. Escallonia Day Lily Holly Japanese Privet Pink Melaleuca Deer Grass Flax Mock Orange Carolina Laurel Cherry Fire Thorn Pink Indian Hawthorne Viburnum Xylosma Marathon English Ivy Honeysuckle Myoporum Periwinkle RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-126 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Trees Cinnarnomum camphora Lagerstroemia indica (hybrid) Liquidambar styraciflua Liriodendron tulipifera Magnolia grandiflora Phoenix dactylifera Pinus canariensis Pinus halepensis Pistacia chinensis Platanus acerfolia 'Columbine' Prunus caroliniana Prunus lyonii Quercus agrifolla Quercus rubra Quercus subra Quercus virginiana Washingtonia hybrid Non -Irrigated Hydroseed Mix Camphor Tree Crape Myrtle Sweet Gum Tulip Tree Southern Magnolia Date Palm Canary Island Pine Aleppo Pine Chinese Pistache London Plane Tree Carolina Laurel Cherry Catalina Cherry Coast Live Oak Red Oak Cork Oak Southern Live Oak Fan Palm The following seed mix has been approved for use on non -irrigated slopes by the County of Riverside. Achillea millefolium Deschampsia caespitosa Eriophyllum confertiflorum Hemizonia fasiculata Hordeum califomicum Lastheia pglabrata Lotus purshianus Muhlengergia microsperma Plantago erecta Salvia coloumbariae Vulpia microstachys Planting Time White Yarrow Tufted Hairgrass Golden Yarrow Fascicled Tarweed California Barley Goldfield Pershings Lotus Beergrass Plantain Sage Three Weeks Fescue The Roripaugh Ranch area experiences temperature extremes which can make it difficult for the installation of plant materials during the hot summer months (July - September) and the cold winter months (December - March). Container plants which have not been acclimated to the region may experience heat or frost damage resulting in partial or total Toss of foliage, even if these materials will be perfectly suited to the temperature extremes once they are established. If construction schedules permit, the ideal planting time is in the spring (April to June) or fall (October to November). Landscape Installation Requirements All areas required to be landscaped shall be planted with trees, shrubs, ground cover, vines, or turf selected from the plant palette contained in these guidelines or approved by City and/orTCSD. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-127 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Developer or merchant builders should assess any existing landscaping adjacent to their property and whenever possible, reinforce and complement that established character landscape plans to be submitted to the City of Temecula for review and approval prior to installation. For all those areas to be maintained by the appropriate City Department or Division, landscape - planting plans shall be reviewed and approved by TCSD prior to recordation of the respective final map. All detailed landscape planting plans are to be prepared and signed by a licensed landscape architect registered in the State of California. Landscape Requirements for Slopes All areas required to be landscaped shall be planted with turf, groundcover, shrub and/or tree materials selected from the plant palette in these guidelines. Planting on slopes shall commence as soon as the slopes are completed on any portion of the site and shall provide for rapid short-term coverage of the slope as well as long-term establishment coverage per the City of Temecula Standards. The developer shall provide a landscape bond to the City at the time that the landscape plan is approved. The bond is to guarantee the installation of interim erosion control planting in the event that the grading operation is performed and building construction does not commence within six months. The owners of parcels which require landscape development shall assess existing common landscape areas adjoining their property. Landscape development shall reinforce or be compatible with such existing common areas. The requirements for slope landscaping are as follows: slopes five feet or greater in vertical height and greater than or equal to 3:1 will be landscaped at a minimum with an appropriate ground cover spaced at 8 inches on center, one 15 gallon or larger size tree per 600 square feet of slope area (50% shall be one 15 gallon, 50% shall be 24" box), and five gallon or larger shrub for each 100 square feet of slope area. Slopes in excess of eight feet in vertical height and greater or equal to 3:1 will also be provided with one 24" box gallon or larger tree per 1,000 square feet of slope area in addition to the above requirements. Climate Constraints Plant material palettes for the Roripaugh Ranch project contained herein are compatible with the climatic setting of the area. The utilization of some materials, depending upon their site location, exposure and relationship to other influential factors may not be appropriate. 1. Temperature: Generally, the extreme summer temperature is 110 to 115 degrees Fahrenheit and generally the minimum winter temperature is 10 to 15 degrees Fahrenheit. The average summer daytime temperature is 90 degrees Fahrenheit with the average nighttime temperature being 58-1/2 degrees Fahrenheit. The average winter daytime temperature is 65 degrees Fahrenheit with an average nighttime temperature of 38 degrees Fahrenheit. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-128 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 2. Wind: 3. Rain: The prevailing summer wind direction is northwest at an average mean of five knots and an extreme mean of 43 knots. The prevailing winter wind direction is northwest at an average mean of four knots and an extreme mean of 49 knots. Extreme seasonal wind velocities may exceed 50 knots at peak gust periods: Average annual rainfall ranges from 12 to 18 inches per year. Agricultural Soils Test Requirements Soil characteristics within the Roripaugh Ranch project may be variable. The developer or builder of all public and private parkways and medians within street right of ways, slopes, public and private parks, schools, neighborhood commercial center and planning areas of which require landscape development, shall procure an agricultural soils report in order to determine proper planting and maintenance requirements for proposed plant materials. Such soils test shall be performed by a qualified agricultural laboratory and shall include a soil fertility and agricultural suitability analysis with pre -planting and post -planting recommendations. Irrigation 1. All areas other than non -irrigated hydroseeded areas requiring landscaping shall require the installation of a permanent automatic irrigation system to ensure proper plant growth. The irrigation system shall be designed to separate turf areas from shrub areas so as not to irrigate these areas simultaneously. Irrigation coverage shall be a minimum of 100%. 2. Pop-up irrigation heads adjacent to all walkways and areas of pedestrian or vehicular traffic shall be spring retractable types. 3. All irrigation heads shall have matched precipitation rates. 4. All valves shall be wired independently. 5. The landscape irrigation system shall be designed and operated to prevent or minimize run-off and discharge or irrigation water onto roadways, driveway, adjacent properties and any area not under control on the user. 6. The irrigation system shall be monitored so that the precipitation rate does not exceed the water infiltration capabilities of the soil and meets the peak moisture demands of all plant materials used within landscape areas. 7. It will be necessary to review irrigation schedules monthly to properly adjust water application to meet actual plant requirements. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-129 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 8. Emphasis shall be placed on the use of low precipitation rate heads. Precipitation rates of Tess than 0.5 inches per hour (on slopes) based on triangular spacing are recommended. 9. Where applicable, bubbler heads should be used rather than small diameter spray heads. 10. Anti -drain valves shall be used between heads of different elevations to minimize water runoff after valve closure. 11. Areas of separate maintenance responsibility shall be controlled by separate controllers and separate control valves. 12. Clocks for common open space areas shall be programmed for the most efficient time and frequency of watering. 13. Approved backflow prevention devices shall be installed to service any and all irrigation systems. 14. Pressure regulating valves shall be installed after meter prior to the backflow device to regulate system pressure in high-pressure areas. 15. To minimize negative visual impacts, all automatic valves servicing common open space areas shall be installed in valve boxes, and the pop-up variety of head used whenever the application allows. 16. Irrigation backflow prevention devices and controllers shall be located out of public view and/or screened with appropriate plant material to minimize visibility. 17. All irrigation plans shall be submitted to the City of Temecula for review and approval prior to installation. Submittal of plans and approvals are subject to project development schedule. 18. For all proposed maintenance areas that are otherwise maintained by the appropriate City Department or Division, irrigation plans shall be reviewed and approved by TCSD prior to recordation of the respective final map. 19. Detailed irrigation plans for all landscape area shall be prepared and signed by a licensed landscape architect registered in the State of California. Landscape Maintenance 1. The overall aesthetic effect of the landscape shall be a healthy thriving plant community. Each owner shall provide continuous maintenance for all planted and hardscape areas within their site, keeping it free and clear of weeds, debris, rubbish, and in a neat and clean condition. 2. All owners will be required to maintain plant materials in a thriving condition of growth by practicing proper agricultural techniques of pruning, pest control, and fertilization. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-130 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3. From the completion of installation, landscaping shall be maintained in a sightly and well -kept condition. 4. No owner shall interfere with the drainage of water from any site except in accordance with plans approved by all public agencies having jurisdiction. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-131 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1,8 STREET OUTDOOR LIGHTING AND SIGNAGE (See Figure 3-41 and 3-42) All streets within the Roripaugh Ranch project development shall have uniform lighting standards in regard to style, materials, and colors in order to ensure consistent design. The proposed design standards for all public highways and streets and the private portions of the North and South Loop Roads shall conform to the City of Temecula lighting standards. Lighting standard for Planning Area 11, Neighborhood Commercial, shall conform to the requirement of the City of Temecula and commercial retail developer. Private parks, public parks, paseos, private streets and entries within planning areas will use the designated light fixtures as illustrated in Figure 3-41. Lighting fixtures shall be integrated into the visual environment and the appropriate architectural theme. All lighting fixtures shall comply with the following regulations and provisions: 1, The level of on-site lighting and lighting fixtures shall comply with an applicable requirements and policies of the City of Temecula. Energy conservation, safety and security measures should be emphasized when designating any lighting system. 2. All outdoor lighting, including spotlights, floodlights, electrical reflectors and other means of illumination for signs, structures, landscaping, parking, loading, unloading, and similar areas shall be focused, directed, and arranged to minimize glare and illumination on streets or adjoining property. 3. All exterior lights should be shielded and focused to minimize spill light into the night sky or adjacent properties per the City of Temecula Land Use Ordinances and Mount Palomar Lighting Ordinance regulating light pollution. 4. Lenses shall be high impact, recessed, or otherwise designed to reduce the problems associated with damage and replacement of fixtures. Fixtures shall be vandal resistant, yet should not look institutional. 5. Neon and similar types of lighting are prohibited in all areas of the Roripaugh Ranch Project. 6. All exterior lighting designs should develop a sense of hierarchy by varying fixtures and illumination levels. Proper lighting helps to define the organization of streets and paseos; and also distinguishes vehicular and pedestrian circulation patterns. Entry areas (both pedestrian and vehicular), public plazas, community facilities, and highly used recreation areas shall be creatively lit to develop a sense of place and arrival. 7. All exterior lighting designs shall address the issue of security. Parking lots, pedestrian walkways, and building entrances shall be lighted for security reasons. 8. No freestanding residential light fixtures shall exceed twenty-five feet (25') in height; parking lot light standards shall not exceed thirty feet (30'). In no case shall spill light occur beyond the property lines. Lighting of sports fields may exceed these standards. 9. The lighting concept of the entry monumentations features shall illuminate the sign graphics and gently wash the walls and pilasters with light Trees and other landscape features may be illuminated with up and down lighting to highlight and accentuate landscape features. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-132 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 10. All electrical meter pedestals and Light switch/control equipment shall be located with minimum public visibility and shall be screened with appropriate plant materials or walls. 11. All lighting design, fixture location(s) and lamp types within the Sports Park, Planning Area 27, and Neighborhood Park, Planning Area 6 shall be subject to the approval of the City of Temecula Community Services Department and allow for night use of the active sports fields and park facilities. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-133 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-134 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Street Lighting suntlatios ar ....r.yw. '�•w/T S..... halm%owns*.,art.- Srra W. SW (M a., . TrrY Sr./.b) .... Sew.. Comm ...r Pr C+., M Tema S+.Y..) lat Card raved Gated Entry Lis & Walkway Lights Cr ..,./e...at.r.f Pau Pr. info 1 Roripaugh Ranch ..rn.....v. Syr,. Street Lghtiag 5..w, 1.4., 0*. w Swvipe .f.+.. ......* Co... Privirle Tarlynte . 3w—' Sigrais Die 11YY 4.1110•e Iv 1.•wa.wrrCeNr. uslit Slyagi Figure 3-41 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-135 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-136 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Street Signage Semple Step Sego Note Pols color to be dark bronze or copper. MAIN STRUT Street Nonage _ 'ITIKC 1 Roripaligh Ranch Street Stews Do Not Enter Sgr Figure 3-42 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-137 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-138 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-43 Paseo Entry Gate (Card Key Entry) " 777 I Roripaugh Rarx•h RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-139 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-140 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGH130R1100D DESIGN GUIDELINES Paseo Entry Treatments Entry. Sac Wow ring Gwd Carer (TYV-) M (Ty ) landed Turf (Trp ) Typical Paseo loo' (Approx ) Pasco Ert y See Below. Exterior Paseo 'ITKO Roripaugh Ranch ZOO' (App.*: Mew Cub Projt[t WtiI �Sr Fgue .75 SMb d Flowering Gond [awn- wv lyh7 iGhM Schnualh 'Tr -- Paseo Entry 11.1" High 7Sw Fiore 2I5 wr. 36" KO /Set Pgrt 2.15 PIW1er, 411" Ngk Ste Ppve 2.15 4 -Vi NE 5-V2' 54eweik Bollard Light Figure 3-44 RORIPAUCII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3141 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-142 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-45 Cross Section (G) - Open Space - Plateau KEY MAP 1'•swa • 8 1, os, 12.5 AC 1//9A 061 /3.8AC 4A IM 19.5 AC 100 DU'S 0S3 9.5 AC PLAN VIEW (G) y fdomo.1n__.++.wwM. Min ��I`r ImIrlra 146.6•114•006/6— �rr • G lw W w.ww JAI 6' pems6+16141ww 11•+14060 wr. Arra it 1.144.1. 14 ..im a.r Ala) I; 6 j 5.1 AC i (1.7AC 0S3) r s:r .� 1 7 Or. P — rr..ar u.'.rr f Z CROSS SECTION (0) IT1CC I Rorip;iugIi Rand) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-143 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3.1.9 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES Introduction These design guidelines will be utilized to direct the future physical development of the Plateau neighborhood of Roripaugh Ranch. In order to create a unique community structure, these community guidelines provide a framework for site planning, the architectural theme and landscaping relating to the project. The purpose of these guidelines is to assure a high quality community character and land use compatibility. Purpose It is the intent of these guidelines to provide direction on a project -wide level as well as a planning area and site-specific level. For example, the guidelines establish criteria at the project level to assure a unified environment, while the planning area and site-specific level individual projects will be required to comply with relevant design standards applicable to each use. Although each project should relate to the overall community design theme, these guidelines are not intended to limit innovative design. The use of these guidelines will serve to direct the overall design of Roripaugh Ranch and assure a high quality community character, appearance and land use compatibility. The City of Temecula city stat Planning Commission, City Council, and other City decision-making bodies will be providing direction when reviewing development projects within Roripaugh Ranch. These guidelines will also serve as design criteria for use by planners, architects, landscape architects, engineers, builders and future property owners. They will provide a viable framework and clear direction during the development process, without limiting innovative design. The result will be a community with a strong sense of identity, character and cohesiveness. Residential Architectural Standards Design Groups The intent of these guidelines is to encourage architectural style diversity between the adjacent residential planning areas. Each builder is required to contact the City Planning Department to discuss and review any established facade styles in adjacent Planning Areas so as to assist in the selection of subsequent styles. • Each Planning Area shall be composed of one of the following Exterior Facade Design Groups (Groups A through E) consisting of different Architectural Styles. Within each Residential Planning Area Design Group selected, a minimum of two architectural styles and a maximum of four styles shall be used. Each style as noted in this section shall have a minimum of four-color variations for each Residential Planning Area. No more than four of the same architectural styles may be placed next to one another. Architectural styles within individual Planning Areas shall be compatible and complimentary to each other. Sharp contrasts of architectural styles will not be permitted. • Architectural styles, other than those listed below may be permitted provided that it can be demonstrated that the quality and intent of the proposed style is consistent with the style and that it can be found to be consistent with the other architectural styles. Design Group A (All Planning Areas) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-144 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 1. Classical Revival (See Figure 3-50) 2. Spanish Revival (See Figure 3-72) 3. Prairie (See Figure 3-70) 4. California Ranch (See Figure 3-48) Design Group B (All Planning Areas) 1. Colonial (See Figure 3-52) 2. French Cottage (See Figure 3-58) 3. East Coast Traditional (See Figure 3-60) 4. Monterey (See Figure 3-68) Design Group C (Planning Areas 10, 19, 20, 21, 33A and 33B only) 1. Mediterranean (See Figure 3-64) 2. American Farmhouse (See Figure 3-46) 3. Contemporary Southwest (See Figure 3-54) Design Group D (Planning Area 10, 19, 20, 21, 33A and 33B only) 1. Italianate (See Figure 3-62) 2. Mission (See Figure 3-66) 3. Craftsman (See Figure 3-56) Design Group E (Acceptable for all Planning Areas) One style from each of the above groups. All merchant builders shall submit plans which identity unique aspects of each style to the City for approval that include text, exhibits and any other materials deemed necessary by the City indicating how the proposed residences will conform with the architectural styles shown in the Figures 3-46 through 3-73 listed in Design Groups A through E, and all other design requirements of this chapter. Submittal and Review Requirements The following materials shall be submitted for review and conformance to the Architectural Guidelines and Specific Plan for the Roripaugh Ranch. The Planning Director may choose to require additional materials for review. • Color elevations of all four sides at scale of 1/4" = 1'. Show materials and colors. Provide dimensions of height and width of major elements. Indicate features that would bring elevation design into compliance with the Architectural Design Guidelines and the specific requirements of the Design Groups (Figures 3-46 through 3-73). • Sections through each elevation at 1/4" = 1'. Indicate pitch of roof, extent of overhangs, recess of doors and windows and position of trim, trellis and other major architectural features in relation to the primary face of the residence. • Site Plan at 1/8' = 1'. Show, in color and with dimensions the areas and type of paving, area and type of landscaping, fencing, site walls, and other site appurtenances. Indicate how the paving and landscaping is consistent with the Architectural Guidelines and RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-145 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES specific requirements of the Design Groups (Figures 3-46 through 3-73). Provide by separate sheet, a matrix indicating the percentage of lot coverage, percentage of impervious paved area and percentage of landscaping. • Provide a color and materials board of a minimal 18" x 18" size. Indicate all colors and materials as shown on the color elevations. Provide one board with one reduced color elevation to indicate conformance with the color variety required by the Architectural Design Guidelines and specific requirements of the Design Group (Figures 3-46 through 3-73). Provide two color sets of the above at the scales indicated including a duplicate set of the color and materials board. In addition, provide six (6) sets of the above in reduced, 11" x 17" black and white format. Architecture Forward and Garage Standards The following standards shall apply to all residential Planning Areas located in the Plateau, except as specified: • "Architectural Forward" concept shall be incorporated into at least 50% of the homes in each of Planning Areas 1A, 2, 3, 4A, and 48,. This concept includes advancing the architecture of the living space forward on the lot while concurrently, the garage is held in place or further recessed. Residential dwelling units shall be designed to allow the living portion of the dwelling unit to be "positioned" forward on the lot so that the architecture of the garage will not dominate the street scene. • A variety of garage placement solutions shall be incorporated into the overall design of the homes. Minimum driveway length from the property line to the garage door shall be eighteen feet (18') for front -entry garages in all Planning Areas and ten feet (10') from the property line the garage edge for side entry garages in the L and LM Districts. Garage solutions that should be incorporated into the overall design are as follows: o Shallow Recessed Garages (See Figure 3-74) Setting the garage back a minimum of eight feet (8') in relationship to the front of the house. o Mid to Deep Recessed Garages (See Figure 3-75) Setting the garage back to the middle or rear of the lot o Third Car Side Loaded (See Figure 3-76) Setting for garage with side -loaded entry. This plan can only occur on larger lots. o Side Entry Garages (See Figure 3-78) The use of side entry garages on lots at least 52 feet wide in order to break the continuous view of garage doors along the street scene. o Third Car Tandem (See Figure 3-77) Setting for third car tandem garage. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-146 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES o Single Width Driveways (See Figure 3-79) This setting provides a maximum driveway width of twelve (12) feet for adjacent two -car garage. o Porte Cochere (See Figure 3-80) Setting provides for the incorporation of a porte cochere. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-147 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-46 AMERICAN FARMHOUSE REQUIRED STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • Simple 2•stoiry massing • 0:12 to 9:12 roof pitch • Front to bade main gable roof • 17 overhangs • Architectural quality asphalt shingles or smooth nal concrete tiles • Light to medium sand finish stucco • Vertical mull -paned windows • While vinyl wrap aluminum windows • 2 x 4 wood -appearance window and door Ulm - Porches wtlh ample wood columns • Covered parches with wood railings • Garage door patterns compfineritary to style • One body color and two accent colors ADDITIONAL STYLE ELEMENT1 • Side elevation gabs tam • Main gable roof with one large intersecting gable root • Horizontal siding accents • Butt up header biros at front windows • Shaped wood columns with knee braces • Porte-Cochere • Three accent colors Nota 1. The architectural drawing M intended to demonstrate s style and rwdilactunl leeturw. The draaing le meant to be inspiration* It Is not meant to be replicated or ooneY sd el • riOd tttneds lar deign Maranon* may be modified, when neoassery, to arconamedale ter vetyYtO tot aures, rddia, end 111/101; hearer, al of the Required Style Elements stye be opted unless the DIreenar d- — rian Ittm are Ineppropdele or do not tied to aseYrq an erdeltadusy valid 11yia Plisse see Soclion 4.10 Architectural Design Guild Ines, specifically Stetson 4.10.3 through 4.10.3.9 tor a detailed If *cordon of the ardalechd etemderde, design groups, elevations, roof tame, and material. scud colors 2. Required and Additional Style Elements shall appear se an integral pan of the home, nether than a tack - an feature. - -MCC 1 Roripaugli Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-148 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-47 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS ""K'".`"--ITKC I Rorijrrugli Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-149 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-48 CALIFORNIA RANCH REQUIRED STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • Plan form massing with a vertical and an honzontal break • 6:1210 12:12 roof pith • 12• to 16• overhangs • Concrete roof fila with shingle look • Front to beck gable or hip rod with intersecting hip or gable roofs • Blended stucco and siding • Multi paned windows • White vinyl wrap aluminum windows • Dormer shapes facing street ADDITIONAL STYLE ELEMENTS • Ful wood porches and or wood balconies • Slone at base of house • Enhanced window and door trim • Garage door patterns complimentary to style (may include windows) • White detailing trims • Porte-Cochere Notes Tha architectural drawing is intended to demonstrate a style and architectural features The drawing is meant to be lnsplrabonaI Nis not meant to ba replicated or construed as a rigid formula for design. Elevations may be modified, when necessary, to accommodate for varying lot sizes, widths, and depths; however, all of the Required Style Elements shall be utNad unless the Director determines they ars Inappropriate or do not lead to creating en erdrilacturdNy vied style. Please see Section 4.10 Arcittattvel Design Guidelines. semibol dy Sections 4.10.3 beough 4.10.3.9 for a detailed discussion of the architectural standards, design groups, elevations, rod tams, and tnstsriais and colors. 2. Required and Additonal Style Elements shall appear es an integral part of the home, now then a tack_ on feature. ri'MC 1 Roripaugli R.ugl1 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-150 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-49 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS 'MCC 1 Rvripairgli Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-151 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-50 CLASSIC REVIVAL REQUIRED STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • One to two story 00001ructlon • Hipped rod or eionpMled hip with narrow ridge • Roof often hall old alum hipped dormers • Steep pitch roo(cAun wwIth Bodices! shape • Rectangular miming MINK boxy quality • Cerdered or o(MM open (tiff porch • Use of wide classical columns on porch • Average comics height of 12 feel • Me bracketed and decorative eaves • Los, impoilp airy MtMli Med% heavy doors • Wlldows are usually fr1eNdielly Spaced at regular intervals • Wood clapboard siding or stucco ADDITIONAL $TYLE ELEMENTS • Ornamental appals on c Iumns • Victorian -like embellishments in gable • Gabled elk doper • Doors with sidelights • Porte-Cochere N. The srchltlCtuni drawing Is Mended to demonstreta ■ stale and srehlitectural laasssa. The *raw M meant to be irapiration k so not meant to be rape:wad or construed N e fid *mute for desiga. Elevations may be modified, when necessary. to a000rmrodeb for vrwNp let shoes, Mdlhs. and *OK however, d of the Required Style Elements shell be utlzed unleee the Dlnotor determine they w inappropriate or do not lied to creating en erchascturssy vend style. Meese sae Sadioe 4.10 Architectural Design Guidelines. speafa1y S•obons 4.10.3 through 4.10.3.0 Wor a detailed demesion of the s1 ltsdural standards, design groups, Waveform, rod tone end moods% end cows, 2. It P* d Mid Adawoat Style Elements shall appear as an Odegr& pert of the home, ratter then a Melt- on milers MCC 1 Rorijmagh Ranch RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-152 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-51 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS ...MCC 1 RoripauglI Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-153 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-52 COLONIAL REQUIRED STYLE CORE ANTS • Plan form massing and simile roof design • 2 -story vertical slacking floors • 4:12 to 8:12 roof pitch • Cr to 12' overhands • Front to back gable roof • Architectural qualty wood -appearance or asphalt shingles or smooth flat concrete ties • Fine to lght sand finish or tight lace finish stucco • Vertical mu ltl-paned ,Mdows • 2x4 wood window and door trim • While vinyl wrap aluminum windows • Entry Cover porches with simply trimmod wood columns • Garage door patter= aomplmentery 10 style • Roundattic Vents and gable ends • One body color and two accent colors • Chimneys located central or at the end of the structure ADDITIONAL STYLE ELEMENTS • Entry door cover • Vertical batten doors • Front to back gable roof with one or two Intersecting gable roofs • Blended horizontal skdng and stucco • Bey rrkh00wa • Double layered window and door tnm surrounds • Full porches • Shutters and layered header trkn at front elevation • Brick wants at Ina door • Three maim Woo • Pcrte-Codhere New The arcrlerlrad dmweing i. irtwW.d to demonstrates style and architectural Immune. Th. &swing Is meant to be lnepMeeonar, It N not meant to be replicated or oontru.d aim rigid tomtits for design Elevations meg be modified Mho+ r eoeletMy, to accommodate for varying i lot sizes. nidihs. and depths; however, ad of the Required agree Mew& shall be utirsd unless the Director determines they era inepproprfeb or do not load to alio an rcha•rl IuIy veld ely1e. Pias. sae Section 4.10 Architectural Design Guidelines, swam* Sections 1.10.3 though 1.10. 19 for . detailed discussion on the architectural standards, design groups, elevations, root Manu, end materials end odors, 2. Regina old Addlanet Style Elements Ind appear as en Integral pert of the mime, whet than a tidi- est lariaw -MCC 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-154 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-53 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS I Rol ipaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-155 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-54 CONTEMPORARY SOUTHWEST REQUIRED SME CORE ELEMENTS • Simple one to three story structures • Flat roof pope. varying heights • Parapet roofs of varying heights • Rtionded edges or comers • Deep set windows and doors • Doom and windows flush with wall surface • Divide pane windows • Trellis beam details • Vertical multi -paned windows at front elevations ADDITIONAL SME ELEMENTS • De4all defining entries • Arched covered entries • Stucco cdumns or posts • Wood columns or posts • Wood trim around doors and windows • Delicate wood molding or accents • Ceramic tile or wrought Iron accents • Porte-Cochere Motes: 1. The architectural drawing M Intended to demonstrate a style end arotllb>e uml Worm The hawing is mai to be kapraions& It Is not meant to be repented or construed as ■ rigid 1111Mda it *mirk Elevations may be modified, when necessary, to s000nrnodate for veying lot ttLs% wldrls, awl depths; however, al of the Required Styif Elements stall be utI sd unless the Director dter iter they ere Inapproprl to or do not lad to creating an architecturally valid rdyla. Please ail Enation 4.10 A:detectors! Design Guidelines, spedlicely Sections 4.10.3 through 410.3 .9 ler a demi discussion of the architectural etsnd.rdr, design groups, elevations, root forms, end metergis and odors. 2. Required and Additional Style Elements shall appear es an Integral part of the home, rather then a lack - on festers. ITKC 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-156 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-55 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS --MCC 1 Rofipaugla Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-157 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-56 CRAFTSMAN REQUIRED STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • Simple 2 story boxed massing • 3 Y,:12 to 4 yi:12 roof pitch • 1 a' to 24• overhangs at fiats elevation • Archkeclurai quality esptuitt shlnaae or shingle texture Ml concrete tiles • Basic gable roof Web) tilde • light to medium sand fit or California Monterey finish • Venice! shaped mullioned windows • Witte vinyl wrap alumhn m _•Blown • Porches with square columns of poets • Shaped wood appearance Mader Ubn at windows and doors • Simple knee braces or d1/ookers • One body color with two accent colors ADDRIONAL STYLE ELEMENTS • Vaned Oen shapes • Vaned porch rool-shed or gabled • Stone veneer boss accent at column • Feature ribbon windows 2 paired or rnore • Fur porches wRlh spore optimum or posts on stone piers • Cleeelcaly styled OeMaISU • aMMnid columns • Mended sloop end brick chimney • OaoorstFw banns • PoeIFcochm• • Two body colas Nona: 1. The erdrIs sal dnwYtp le intended to demonstrate a style and .rdieettael bourn. The droning is meant to be Inspiratiomt It is not meant to be replicated or construed as a Aad foams for design. Bannon' may be modlad. when neceesery, ro.000nrrodMs for verylrtq Id shoe. widta, and deplM however, al of the Required title EI.n.Ms'hell be Mood uryeas the Director drums es they ar kr aparopre a lir do nut teed lc meting en seNtest aaa veld at 4e. Please is. Section 4.10 Arddudard ONIEn Guidelines, sp.o*sar Osceola 4.10.3 through 4.10 la M s detailed dimension of the architectural a andstds. design tont*,., ehreeo na. roof tome. and inebriate and odors. 2. Required and Addsonel Style Elements shall sweet as en ktegrel part of the horn., reeler then ■ tacx- r114:=` Nc}ril,;ft1,11 K;arc h RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-158 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-57 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS - m `"—iTi<= 1 11oripaugli I?anc•1 a RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-159 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-58 FRENCH COTTAGE REQUIRED STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • Rectangular plan form massing with one offset entry • Main roof hip only • 8:12 to 12:12 roof pitch • Architectural quality wood appearance or elements • Light to medium sand finish or fight lace finish stucco • Vertical shaped mullions and simple wood 2x trim at front elevation and at high visibility areas • While vinyl wrap aluminum windows • Stucco over foam window and door trim • Entry accents with real or faux stone • Entry porches wilh columns • Garage door patterns to oomptiment style • One body color with one color accent on front door ADDITIONAL SME ELEMENTS • Rectangular plan faun massing with Porte-oochere • Main roof hip with small dormers or steep 2i6 story roof breaking over III story • Asphalt shingles or smooth flat concrete tikes • Bay wind • Full or partial porches with wood -appearance columns • Stone veneer chimney • Wrought iron balconies and pot -shelves • Two accent odors • Porte-cochere Notes. 1. The arotelmetral dressing is intended to demonstrate a style and architectural features. The dressing is mud to tie leapllationet it is not meant to be repaeaped or construed as a rigid formula for design Elevations may be moiled, when necessary, to accommodate for varying lot sizes, widths, and depths: hawser. s1 of the Required Style Elements shall be utilized unless the Director determines they are inappropriate or do not Med to creating an architecturally void style. Pease sea Section 4.10 Architecture' Design Guidelines, specifically Sections 4.10.3 through 4.10.3.9 for detailed discussion amp p ardilt. tubal standards, design raps, elevations, roof fors, and materials and colors_ 2. Requked and Additional Style Elements shell appear as en Integral part of the horns, rather than a tack - on lantana 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-160 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGIIBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-59 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS 1T1KG 1 Roripaugli Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-161 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-60 EAST COAST TRADITIONAL REQUIRED STYLE CQBE ELEMENTS • Phan form massing with a vertical and an horizontal break • 6:12 to 12:12 root pitch • 18• to 24• overhangs • Concrete root lib with shingle look • Front to back gable or hip roof with intersecting hip or gable roofs • Blended stucco and siding, with primary use of siding • Stucco used as an accent material • While vinyl wrap aluminum windows • Decorative accent windows p.DDITIONAL I. ELEMENTS • Full wood porches and or wood balconies • Simplified versions of Colonial cornice trim at gable ends • 2x8 wood windows and door tnm • Garage door pattens complimentary to style • Bay windows • Porte -embers • Whle detailing trams Notes: 1. The archtech nal drewing is IrMsndad to demonstrate a style and arcNbectural futures. 7ha drawing K meant to be Inspiration* 1 Is not meant to b• replicated or conefued es a rigid formula for design. Elevations rosy be milled, when necessary, to axone odate Ion Venting lot elm, wide's end depths however, al of the Required Style Elements shall be utifzed unless the t Weotor detemtktee they we Inappropriate or do not Iced to creating an ardrtect racy veld slide. Please sae Section 4.10 Arch itectixal Design Guidefinas, spectricaly Sscrbns 4 10.3 through 4.10 3 8 for a detailed discussion or tet architectural standards, design groups, elevations, roof forme. and materials and colors. 2. Required and Additional Style Elements shall sootier as an intagnl part of the home, rather than a tack - on feature. 1T1C 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-162 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-61 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS —ITV= 1? ,n h RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-163 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-62 ITALIANATE REQUIRED STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • 2 story massing with one vertical and one horizontal break • Main hip roof with minor Intersecting hip roofs • 3 35:12 to 4141 2 roof pitch • 24' overhangs, stutxo soffits • 'S' shaped concrete ties • Fine to light sand finish or light lace finish stucco • Vertically hung 9 and 12 paned windows at front elevation and in high visibility areas • Often ganged In pairs • White vinyl wrap ahaninum windows • Arched lop accent windows ADDITIONAL STYLE ELEMENT1 • Tapered round or square simple stucco columns • Shutters • Entry porch • Bell course bran • Mid value saturated colors • Porte-cochere Notes 1 The architectural drawing a intended to demonstrate a style and architectural features. The drawing rs meant to be Inspiration* it is not meant to be replicated or construed ase rigid formula for design Elr+atbns may be modified, when necessary. to accon*noeata for varying td slays. widths, and depths: however, all of the Required Style Elements shalt be utilized unless the Director determines they are irapproprists or do not lead to creating an archbtadun ly valid style. Please see Section 4 10 Areitltudual Design Guidelines, specrfinsy Sections 4.10.3 through 4,10.3.9 for a detailed discussion of the architectural standards, design groups, elevations, roof forms, and materials end colon. 2 Required and Additional Style Elements shall appear as an integral part of the home, rasher than a tack - on feature. rr c 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-164 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-63 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS -11103C 1 1?oripaugh Rall %1 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-165 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGIIBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-64 MEDITERRANEAN REQUII�D STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • 2 story massing with ane vertical and one horizontal break • Main hip roof with minor intersecting hip roots • 3 Yi12 io 4 Ya12 roof pitch • 24• overhangs, slums soffits • S. shaped concrete tiles • Fine to light sand finish or fight lace finish stucco • Wittily hung 9 and 12 paned windows al front elevation and in high vtsibthty areas • Olten ganged it pairs • Mlle vino wrap aluminum w ndowS • AlChed top YC+Cent windows • Decorative Ile accents ADDITIONAL STYLE E NTS • Tapered round or square simple stucco columns • Arched entry porch • Ftgttrd out windows • Ceramic or wrought iron accents • Beg course trim • Mid value saturated colors • Porte-Cochere Notes 1. The architeduret drawing id intended to demonstrate a style and architectural features. The drawing is metre to be inspirational; 1 it not meant to w repacalad or construed es a rigid tomato* for design. Elevations may be modlad, when necessary. to accommodate for varying tot sizes, widem end depths: however, el 01 the Required Style Elements shall be united unless the Director delemrnes they ere inappropriate or do not tied to creating an erclugetiursay veld etyie. Please see Section 410 Arahlhdval Design Guidelines, specifically Sections 4.10 3 through 4.10.3.9 fors debited disclrsam of the architectural standards, design groups. elevations, roof form, and circinate and colon 2. Required and Additional Style Elements thou appear as an integral part of the homs rather than a tack - on leaturr. ITKC 1 Roripau -h Rauch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-166 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-65 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS A 1TKC 1 Ronpaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCII SPECIFIC PLAN 3-167 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-66 MISSION JEQUIRED STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • 2 story massing with strong one story element usually containing an arched component • 4:12 to 5:12 roof pitch • 12' to 1 a' overhang • Simple hip or gates roof with one Intersecting gable roof • Barrel or 'S' shape concrete tiles • Wrought iron accents • Exposed rafter lass • Fine to fight sand finish or light lace finish stucco • Vertically hung 9 and 12 paned windows al front elevation and in high visibility areas • Often ganged In pairs • Decorative tae accents ADDITIONAL. STYLE ELEMENT'4 • Whte vinyl wrap aluminum windows • Stucco over loam window and door trim • Arched stucco column porches • Garage door patterns complimentary to style • White tone body with accent trim • Porte•Cochere Notes. f m• architectural drawing is Intended to d•monaaaM • style and aadcaatiael Mauna. Th• fang k meant to be inspiratlonat ala not meant to be repfeal•d lir oonbnad as a algid Ilona* liar Elevations may be modified, viten necessary. in •Coenarrodole for variing lot alma, nallie. NM however. as of the Required Style Eiam.nts shall b. Abaci unless the Director datemMaa twy are Inappropriate or do not land to creating an architecturally valid style Please we S•elron 4.10 Architectural Design Guidelines. specifically Sections 4.10.3 ttragn 4 10.3.9 for . daubed dlatllaliaa of the architectural standards, design groups, elevations, roof fortes, and matenak and calms. 2. Required and Additional Style Elements shall appear as an integral pan or the home, rather than a tack. on feature. 1 Roripaugh Ranh RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-168 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-67 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS "-- " - 1TfC 1 I?vt ipau 4 -Il Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-169 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-68 MONTEREY REQUIRED BTriE CORE MENTE • Simple box plan form • Main hip or front to bark gable roof front to back al 4:12 to 7:12 and shed roof break over balcony at 3 Si to 4 54:12 roof pitch • 1r l0 24' overhangs • Barrel or "X time roofs • Fine sand sUloco finish • Vertlal elan. accents at gable ends and 2"° floor balcony • Simplified colonial Style window and door trim • Decorative tlia accents ADDITIONAL STYLE ELEMENTS • Ful wood porches and or wood balconies well stucco decorative accents • Simplified comic' trim al gable ends • 2x6 wood windows and door trim • Garage door peas= complimentary to style • Light adored dialing trims • PorN.Ooohore 1. TN architectural drawing ie me Inspkafionat b is n meent replicated or eenelrwd •M • trigidfor formula drawingdesign h Eterelofle msy be mudded, when necessary. to accommodate kr lot s for daslpt ha aver, el of the Required Style Elements shall be utilized unties the Director delerrt limy are inappropriate a do not iced to cresting an arcNtactumIy void etyM. Please sae Ss lion 4.10 Arohaa asst Design Gu deans, specifically Sections 4.10.3 through 4.10.3.9 for a detailed discussion of the erchltId1asl standards, design groups, elwsibns, root toms, end materials and colon. 2 Requited end Addkenel Style Elements shall appear as an Integral part of the hams, rather then a tack - on foetus. """- `"-"'-T1•KC 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-170 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-69 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS '1TKIC I Rom -au h Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-171 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-70 PRAIRIE STYLE REQUIRED STYLE CORE ELEMENTS • 2 story massing with horizontal design elements with one story elements • Hip roof design with bowed stucco soffits • 35i12to45:12roof pitch • 24' overhangs, stucco soffits • Smooth flat concrete tiles • Fine to tight sand finish or light lace finish stucco • Vertical windows at first floor and accent horizontal windows at 2'd floor along belt course • While vinyl wrap aluminum windows ADDITIONAL STYLE ELEMENTS • Broad flat chimney with brick cap detad • Covered entry with stucco or wood columns. ns. Columns may have stone on base • Wide range of light earth tones and contrasting tilrn • Porte-Cochere Notes 1- The etchltetturil drawing is Intended t0 demonstrates style end architectural features. The drtrr. nQ Is meant t0 be inspiatlang it is not meant to be replicated et construed as rigid form . for deeply Elevations may be modified, when necessary, to e000nmedebs for varying let sins. widtf *, and depths, haymow, all Of the Required Style Elansnls shell be Witted unless the Director det«rnYww Vwy .re inappropriate or do not teed to a.ebng m ercMerturelly veld style. Masse sae Soctlon 4.10 An:Medlin Daalpn Gtrldsir us, spacticsfly Sections 4.10.3 through 4.10.3, a fora detaNed discussion of the rrerweceir sfandrds, design groups. elevations, roof lOOTO. and materials and colors. 2 Required and Addllioryl at* Elements shall appear es en Integral pert cf the home, rather than • tact. on news. rncc 1 Roripaugh Rauch RORIPAUGII RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-172 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-71 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS 1111 '1.' i `- — -1TKC 1 IloriJriugll Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-173 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-72 SPANISH REVIVAL RE4l11RED STYLE CORE B EMENTE • 2 story massing with strong one glory element usually containing an arched component • 4:12 to 5:12 roof pitch • 12_ to 1ti' overhang • Simple hip or gable roof with one Intersecting gable roof • Barrel or 'S" shape concrete ties • Fine to light sand finish or tight lace finish stucco • Arched windows • Vertically hung 9 and 12 paned windows at front elevation and in high visibility areas ▪ Often ganged in pairs • Decorative mach( iron trio details • Exposed beam header, ADDITONAL 5T`aE ELEMENTS • Furred out windows • White vinyl wrap aluminum windows • Stucco over foam window and door trim • Arched stucco column porches • Whee tone body with light accent trim • Ceramic tile accents • Porte-Cochere Notes: 1. The architectural dressing is Intended to darnonstrsta a style and erehitecturai feature- The drawing Is meant to be inspirational, tt is not meant to be repeated or construed es a rigid loam% for design. Elevatbns may be modified, when necessary, to socarrsrwdete for varying lot sirs, swaths. and depths; however, e1 of the Required Style Elements shall be utend unto*, the Director determines toy are inappropriate or do rwt lead to cresting an srchae rurally veld style. Please sae Section 4.10 Art ifictural Design Guidelines. apedflcaiy Sections 4.10.3 through 4.10.3.9 for a Misled discussion of the architectural standards, design groups, s svetkios, root forms, and maladies and edam, 2 Required and Additional Style Elements shall weer as an Integral part of the horns, rather then a tack - on latae. ITt C I Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-174 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-73 INSPIRATIONAL PHOTO 1TKC I Roripau,4r11 Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-175 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Recessed Garage 3 Figure 3-74 J. 8' MIN. 1 A 1 SHALLOW RECESSED GARAGES ra.8.LiNX ktve A010 Wv40.12rwee0g0 6tYlievivAti. .__1TfOC 1 Rot-ilriuuh Rauch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-176 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-75 Deep Recessed Garages -HR • • 1 6#4f9406 49r :mac wry w. APPLIES TO LOTS 6,000 S.F. OR GREATER PA 1A, 2, 3, 4A, 48, 16, 17,18 ''" Rorlpaugh Ranch P.U.E. LINE PROPERTY LINE RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-177 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-76 Third Car - Side Located (can only occur on larger sites) *Iry 1�-� 1 11 1I 1 1 .k piLI strowAy• ernenTAI,Wr-ti4ita -►P.O.E. LINE ---� PROPERTY UJE Afri-irifr Tv pA ro • la• 1.1. �I NOTE MAXIMUM OF TWO CARS CAN FACE STREET "-"' ' "' —"1-P1o= 1 Roripaugll Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-178 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-77 Third car - Tandem Arrainimar 1101 ,1r lot Mni(04 µ ----MCC 1 Roy paugli Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-179 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-78 Side Garage Entry P.U.E. uNE PROPERTY LME g ran Unit 'NoitAIN frfY J r�T t Y/ I AyrvietY ID AU. LetV Mon' " " ` "-11XC 1 Roripaugll Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-180 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-79 Single Width Driveways FN6 G� + f 12 Q '""-----7114=I Koripaugl1 Ranch APPLIES TO ALL PA% PROPERTY IRS RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-181 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Porte Cochere Figure 3-80 q-lcak, !� t rr>cc I Roripaugll Rauh RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-182 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Streetscene: Design Variation Requirements and Front Yard Landscaping • The front setbacks of both the garage and living space of adjacent buildings shall vary to provide visual interest along street scene. Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance, Table 5-2 for site specific development standards. • Provide visual interest along the street scene, a variety of front entry and side entry garages with varying setbacks shall be utilized. The maximum driveway width at the right-of-way shall be twenty-four (24) feet. Adequate driveway width shall be used onsite to allow for cars to back out of a third -car garage. In no case shall there be an alignment of three garage openings either paired or single doors. • Where possible and appropriate, variable lot sizes may be used to increase selection and variety in house and lot size configurations. • Neighborhoods shall be laid out in a manner which provides connections into the trail and paseo system as illustrated in Figures 3-15, 3-43, and 3-44. • The requirement for one-story products shall be provided in accordance with Table 2-2 (Proposed Land Uses by Planning Areas (PA). • Architectural styles within individual Planning Areas shall be compatible and complimentary to each other. Sharp contrasts of architectural styles will not be permitted. • Front Yard Landscape and Hardscape: o Within Planning Areas 12, 14, 15, 22 and 31, all lots shall have builder install, HOA maintained front yard landscaping. o Within Planning Areas 1A, 2, 3, 4A, 48, 16, 17, 18, 23, and 24 all lots shall have builder install, homeowner maintained front yard landscaping. o Within Planning Areas 10, 19, 20, 21, and 33A all Tots shall have builder /homeowner installed, homeowner maintained front yard landscaping. • The following shall apply to all Planning Areas: o Front yard landscape shall be a minimum of 50% to 75% lawn with the remaining area devoted to shrubs and ground cover. o No colored rock, gravel or cobblestone shall be used for ground cover. Salt and pepper type granite boulders two to three feet in diameter and thickness may be used as long as they are placed within the landscape in a natural arrangement and accent the overall landscape theme. No more than two to three boulders will be allowed per lot. o Shrub sizes shall be 50% 1 -gallon and 50% 5 -gallon. Quantity shall be one 5 -gallon per every 50 square feet and one 1 -gallon per every 25 square feet of shrub bed RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-183 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES area. Shrubs shall be planted to create a unified design theme and at the base of the houses to soften the mass of the structure. o Ground cover shall be rooted, spaced at a minimum of 8 inches on center and a maximum of 18ft on center subject to the approval of the City's Landscaped Architect as required by species spacing requirements within the shrub bed area. Ground cover shall be continuous under all shrubs and trees. All shrub beds shall be covered with a two-inch layer of one to three inch appearance grade walk-on bark mulch after installation of ground cover. o A minimum of one tree shall be installed within the front yard landscaping except PAs 10, 19, 20, 21, 33A, and 33B require two trees. These trees shall vary in species from the street tree and shall also vary every third lot in a row. No fewer than four and no more than eight different species of trees shall be used. Minimum size of the trees shall be 24" box. o Street trees shall be planted by the builder along all private streets within all planning areas and shall be installed with the front yard six feet behind the Public Utility Easement. See Figures 3-36 and 3-37. There shall be one street tree per lot for all lots with sixty foot or less front yard Widths. All lots with greater front yard widths shall have additional trees installed at a maximum spacing of sixty feet. Alstre.et trees shall be installed at a uniform on center spacing. Comer lots shall have street trees on both street frontages. Street trees may vary in species within a planning area but only one tree species will be allowed per street. Planning areas that are separated by a private street shall have the same street tree on each side of the street. Minimum size of Street tree shall be 24" box. Trees shall be installed with root barriers. The Homeowners Association shall maintain all street trees. o All front yard landscape shall be automatically irrigated to provide 100% coverage. Irrigation controllers shall be installed for each lot within the garage portion of the home and shall be connected to the homes electrical system. Shrub beds systems shall be separately valved from lawn systems. o All hardscape (walks and driveways) within the front yard shall be colored concrete with varying textures and score lines, paving stones of various colors with colored concrete borders, flag stone of various sizes and colors with concrete borders or a combination of various textures, shapes, material and colors. Hardscape design shall be uniform within each lot. Please refer to Figures 3-89 through 3-92. o Plans are required to be submitted by the Builder or Homeowner to Ashby USA, LLC for all landscaping and hardscape with the front yams for all planning areas. Plans must be prepared and stamped by a licensed landscape architect registered in the State of California. Ashby USA, LLC shall review plans and if found acceptable they shall be approved. After approval by Ashby USA, LLC all landscape and hardscape plans must be submitted to the City of Temecula for review and approval. All landscape and hardscape must be installed by Builder or Homeowner and approved by Ashby USA, LLC and the City of Temecula prior to issuance of the final for each house. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-184 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES • Side Yard Landscaping for Comer Lot Conditions a Corner lot side yards shall have at least two street trees. o At corner lot side yards, shrubs and ground cover shall be provided in accordance with the same standards as front yards. o The responsible parties identified above shall also landscape the parkway adjacent to the comer lots. The landscaping shall include trees, shrubs, and ground cover. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-185 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Building Elevations A key technique for creating a sense of variety within a project is to vary the heights and forms of the detached homes as seen from the street as illustrated in Figure 3-81 by utilizing the following: • Within Low and Low Medium density Planning Areas, utilize both one- and two-story buildings. • To improve the visual relationship between adjacent buildings, it is desirable to introduce intermediate transition between them. Use a one-story architectural element within the two- story building to lessen its apparent height. • Create varying rooflines by maximizing offsets of roof planes. • Units located at street corners (see Figure 3-81, should be either single -story or have a significant one-story mass located towards the exterior side yard Treatment of Mass • Avoid a canyon -like effect between buildings and allow greater light penetration into what otherwise might be dark side -yards. At interior side yards, it is required to create the appearance of increased building separation by stepping the second story mass away from the property line or any other substantial articulation. • Provide trims around windows, to break up the wall plane. • Avoid long uninterrupted exterior walls. • Vary the depth of plans to create variations in the building fa de. • Two story homes shall be modified to be compatible with placement on comer Tots. The modification shall create two front elevations. • Surface detail, ornament and architectural elements such as cornices, color contrast, gables applied moldings, arcades, colonnades, stairways and light fixtures that provide visual interest, shadow; and contrast shall be used to enrich architectural character. Details shall be integrated with the overall design concept. • Vary the height and roof levels of the building or residence so that it appears to be divided into smaller massing elements. Architectural projections shall be used to achieve this goal. • Articulate building forms and elevations with varying rooflines, roof overhangs and intermediate roof elements to create strong patterns of shade and shadow. Jnterlocking Mass • Just as stepping the second story mass improves the side yard, it can be used to improve the front yard scene. As an example, the second story should be set back in relationship to the garage for living space below it. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-186 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES • The designer should envision the building form as a series of interlocking masses rather than a rectangular or "L" shaped box. Therefore achieving a more aesthetic design solution. Corner Lots • Corner Tots shall appear as a second front elevation. Features such as wrap-around porches, outdoor courtyards and front door entries facing the exterior side yard are strongly encouraged for those architectural styles that would support these elements. • One-story mass located towards the exterior side yard shall be incorporated into the design. Articulation of Side and Rear Elevations There is a tendency to have "build out" planes maximized on side and rear yards without articulated treatment of those planes. This results in a two-story stucco effect with no vertical or horizontal relief. Utilize the following techniques or other acceptable techniques to avoid this effect: • Create a single -story plane at the rear by recessing the second story. • Utilize other similar architectural treatments and designs such as balconies or pop out staircases to encourage relief on potential large architectural planes. • Side and rear elevations shall have articulation with modulated facades, window treatment, second story projections and balconies. • Articulation shall be provided on all sides of the homes ("Four-sided Architecture"). Front Elevations • Architectural projections shall be utilized to emphasize entrances, balconies, and porches. Fronts of houses shall utilize several architectural features. Ground floor windows shall have significant trim or relief, second floor overhangs or built in planters. Second story windows shall have similar treatment to emphasize them. • All residences shall incorporate entry courtyards, covered entries or covered porches at the entry into the design. (See Figures 3-82 and 3-83). • Details shall be concentrated around entrances. Materials used for the front entry shall be distinctive. • Building elements that reflect the architectural style should be incorporated into building entries, windows, front porches, and living areas directly adjacent to the street. • Ornamental features including wrought iron and exterior Tight features shall be combined with other features to create interest In the front of the house with architecturally compatible elements. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-187 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Architectural Elements A successful project design achieves a proper visual balance and sense of cohesiveness. The differences between the plans and elevation must be readily discernable and create variety, yet at the same time elements, styles and materials should not contrast to such an extent as to result in visual chaos. Architectural elements will play a significant role in the establishment of the architectural style. Architectural elements shall be incorporated into the design of the home and shall not appear as "add-ons" or "tack -ons" to the structure. In addition, specific building elements to include, but not be limited to the following shall contribute to the representation of the architectural style: doors, entries, garage doors, chimneys, chimney caps windows, window sills and others. These elements include architectural detailing, colors and materials, and other site structures. The required Architectural and design elements techniques are as follows: Unit Entries (See Figures 3-82 and 3-83) The entry serves several important architectural and psychological functions: it identifies and frames the front doorway; it acts as an interface between the public and private spaces; and it acts as an introduction to the structure while creating an initial impression. • The entry shall be designed and located so as to readily emphasize its prime functions. Accent materials are encouraged to be used to further emphasize the entries. • if the front door location is not obvious or visible because of building configuration, the entry shall direct and draw the observer in the desired path. The design of the entry area in merchant -built housing shall be strong enough to mitigate the impact of the garage on the facade. • Entry doors and doorways shall be proportional to the architectural style of the structure. • Covered entries, courtyards and porches shall be provided as entry elements. Doors • Emphasis shall be placed on the design and type of entry door used. It functions as the major introduction to the interior of the house and concern should be given on the Image it creates, • Either single or double doors are appropriate. • The door shall be covered by an overhead element or recessed a minimum of 3 ft. into the wall plane. • The entire door assembly shall be treated as a single design element including surrounding frame, molding and glass sidelights. • Recessed doors may be used to convey the appearance of thick exterior doors. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-188 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES • Wood may be used for the entry door. Wood grain texture and rose or recessed panels contribute to the appeal of the door. Greater use is being made of metal entry doors but in order to be acceptable, they shall possess the same residential "feel" provided by the wood grain and panels. • Doorways shall be typically rectangular or round -headed and fully recessed. Spiral columns, arches, pilaster, stonework, decorative tiles, or other sculptural details shall be integrated into the doorway design to enhance the visual importance of the entry door. • The use of glass in the door and overall assembly is encouraged. It expresses a sense of welcome and human scale. It can be incorporated into the door panels or expressed as single sidelights, double sidelights, transom glass or fan windows. • Flexibility is allowed concerning the color of the door. It may match or contrast the accent trim, but should be differentiated from the wall color. Windows • Typically, the location of windows is determined by the practical consideration of room layout, possible furniture placement, view opportunities and concern for privacy. Greater design emphasis should be directed to ensure that window placement and organization will positively contribute to the exterior architectural character. Windows greatly enhance the elevation through their vertical or horizontal grouping and coordination with other design elements. This relationship to one another and the wall/roof plane creates a composition and sense of order. • All windows in a specific plan elevation shall be integrated into the architecture of the building.- This should not be interpreted that they are all the same shape, size or type but rather that a hierarchy of windows exists that visually relates and complements one window to another. • Windows shall be recessed to convey the appearance of thick exterior walls. Non -recessed windows shall be surrounded with articulated architectural elements such as wood trim, stucco surrounds, shutters or recessed openings, shutters, pot shelves, ledges, sills, plantons, and rails that compliment the architecture. • Merchant -built housing occasionally fails to adequately address proper window design and placement on rear and side elevations. This is usually due to prioritization, maintenance and cost factors. Since side elevations and second story rear windows are frequently visible, greater design effort and budget prioritization need to be given. Garage Doors (See Figure 3-84) • Utilizing garage types that compliment the architecture, door designs, and plotting techniques will do much to lessen the repetitious garage doors marching down both sides of a residential street. Variations include: o Employment of second -story feature windows above the garage. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-189 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES o Strong architectural entry elements. o Designs with a mix of 2 and 3 car garages, incorporating three single doors in some three car garage plans not facing the street. o Allowance for a 10 -foot setback between adjacent garages. o The use of tandem garages may also be incorporated into the building design. o Garage plans with a double door and a single door plan shall not be placed next to each other. • If applicable, where lot width permits plans should include swing -in or side entry garages with reduced front yard setbacks of ten (10) feet. • The design of the garage door shall relate to the overall architectural design of the residence. Colors shall be from the same paint palette. • Ornamentation of garage doors shall be provided to add visual interest from the street scene. • The use of the sectional, wood or metal, rolling garage door is required since it maximizes the availability of useable driveway length. • Several different panel designs shall be utilized for any project proposed by each merchant builder. Metal doors shall only be used when they include either texture or raised panels of a "residential" nature. The use of window elements is encouraged. • The design of the door face shall result in a treatment which breaks up the expanse of the door plane while being complimentary to the architectural elevation of the residence. Architectural detail consisting of cornices, applied molding or trim or applied headers shall be used. There shall be an 8" recess. (See Figure 3-84). RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-190 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Varied Roof Shapes (mix of one & two stories) Figure 3-81 MI) VF or. IE pop NAA55116- Ir, v f` i11 owl= yr SAY rtie.r4T`j015' Arr I vA 2 eP y - MI)4 ralv9Tvio ITKG 1 Roripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-191 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-82 Covered Entry Porch (sample detail) __111 1 Ronpaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-192 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Courtyard Entries 491#4ne ccvwYMm Figure 3-83 1 Roripaugli Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-193 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-84 Garage Door Detailing Fromfeev: d V rewur Arft-110A�- Gryiv6yuhx pIANNIN ' 141 11- ITKG 1 Ror'!pauglr Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-194 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Residential Roof Form Allowable Roof Pitch (See Figure 3-85) • Roof pitches shall be consistent with the proposed architectural style. • A single roof pitch should be used on opposite sides of a ridge. Shallow pitches tend to lessen the apparent building mass. Roof Types • The use of different roof types will add variety and interest to the street scene. Changing the roof form on a given plan is the best method of creating alternative elevations. However, the rood characteristics should be consistent with the historical style that is chosen. • Hip, gable and shake -like material shall be used separately or together on the same roof. Avoid a canyon effect in side yards when both buildings have front -to -rear gables, by providing dormer or hip elements. • Repetitious gable ends along rear elevations shall be avoided. Roof forms with pitch changes at a porch or projection are preferable. • Roof forms having dual pitches such as Gambrel or Mansard shall not be used. • Maximize variations in rooflines by offsetting roof planes and combining single -story elements with two-story elements. Long uninterrupted rooflines should be avoided. Mechanical equipment is not permitted on roofs. Design of Rakes and Eaves • The designer may choose from a variety of rake and cave types based on climatic and stylistic considerations. • Moderate or extended overhangs are acceptable if property designed. Tight fascia with appropriate style are acceptable. • Single or double fascia boards, exposed rafters, or fascias with planscias when adequately scaled, are acceptable. • Care shall be taken to ensure that material sizes avoid a weak or flimsy appearance. Overhang Projections and Covered Porches • Substantial overhangs are required as a response to solar and climatic conditions. • The inclusion of covered porches and entries are required as part of the product mix. They expand sheltered living space, create entry statements and provide elevation/relief. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-195 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES • Rear covered porches may differ from the roof in both pitch and material, but front porches should retain at least one of these two characteristics. Stepping the Roof Form • Steps in the roof respond to the interior room arrangement and provide visual relief and interest. • A vertical step within the ridgeline should be at least 12" - 18" in order to create visual impact and allow for adequate weatherproofing. Solar Panels (See Figure 3-86) • Solar panels shall be parallel to the roof slope and integrated into the roof design. • The frames shall either match the roof or fascia color. • Support equipment shall be enclosed and screened from view. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-196 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-85 Roof Pitches (at homes with sloped roofs) !MCC 1 Rorip;wgh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-197 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-86 Solar Panels ' -I : -1*Nor #O( iITTW ITKC 1 1?oripaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3198 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Accessory Themes Patio Covers. Trellises Patio covers, trellises, pergolas or similar exterior structures when used shall reflect the character, color and materials of the building to which they are related. o Supports and framing members shall conform to the guideline criteria for columns and posts. o The pitch of the patio roof shall be Tess than the adjacent building. o Materials of accessory structures are limited to, and compatible with, the dwelling's exterior siding, trim and roof material. Mailbox Structures (See Figure 3-87) Individual and group mailbox structures shall reflect the architecture and the community. This can be either the streetscape theme of the project or individual architectural detailing of the adjacent dwelling. When common mailbox service is provided, their location shall be near either the project entry or recreation facility. Their location shall minimize visual impact while ensuring easy accessibility. Air Conditioning Units (See Figure 3-88) All mechanical equipment should be screened from public view. Further consideration should be given as to air conditioning unit pad placement within the rear yard to minimize impact on yard use and layout. Awnings Canvas awning of solid accent color may be permitted with moderation. Metal awnings are permitted as long as they match the architecture. The decision to provide awnings shall include consideration of their maintenance and deterioration for projects without maintenance associations. The continuous maintenance of the awning shall be required through the IIOA CC& R's to ensure their intended appearance. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-199 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-87 Sample Mail Kiosk 4-.' Ronpaugh Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-200 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-88 Air Condition Pads (locate in rear yard setback) `T""1TKC 1 Roripatigli Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-201 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Materials and Colors The appropriate selection of materials and colors will produce homes that possess their own individual identity, while remaining compatible with the surrounding residences and contributing to the overall quality of the community. • Exterior Plaster (stucco) is an acceptable exterior building material, with smooth or other light finish texture. Heavy texture is not permitted. • Use of wood, pre -cast concrete, stone/stone veneer, and tile is acceptable, when in conformance with the overall building design. • Exterior surfaces shall have only a limited number of colors, one or two base colors and two or three trim accent colors. • Exterior building materials shall be natural materials which reflect the rural character of the surrounding hillside environment. • Color is intended as a primary theme element of the community consistent with the building materials and compatible with the indigenous elements of the environment. Accents are encouraged which are lighter or darker to highlight the character of the structure. Bright and non -earth tone colors are not permitted except as accents. Roof Material It is neither necessary nor desirable that the community should have a single type or color of roof Use of a single color or roof type creates a sense of monotony that contributes to a monolithic appearance when viewed from a distance. Clay tile, concrete tile and comparable appearing materials are acceptable roofing materials. Fiberglass and aluminum roofing is prohibited. • Roof colors shall relate to the wall and fascia color. Roofs shall be of a generally neutral tone while avoiding high contrast or blatant colors such as bright red, deep orange, or ceramic blue. Tile roofs shall consist of a blend with one color being more neutral. Medium to strong color contrasts within the blend shall be avoided. Vents shall be of the same color as the surrounding roof surface. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-202 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-89 Smaller Lots (hardscape & landscape concept) ref k Ytp PROPERTY LINE �_�� •. w41$ taiNit- r. t 'u F7 to MA-- rtiaruN(NG ii A', WttrE7P- WAY 9r?' Cane. -rwr hti' Ormle 'f cT1ZN rT!1' °" —'PTIFCC I RoIipaugll Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-203 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-90 LM, M1, M2 (hardscape & landscape concept) I Raripaugll Randa RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-204 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES LM, M1, M2 (hardscape concept) Figure 3-91 cetera eaceec--Tv. -MCC 1 Roripaugh Rauch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-205 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 3-92 LM, M1, M2 (hardscape concept) rC.oLirt cg1m 24VP Mit 4ciaieP *Mai* cemeionitto. retcra RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-206 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES M2 - Tandem Garage (with aide porte cochere) Figure 3-93 r --MCG 1 Rorilriiiglt Ranch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-207 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES M2 - Rear Load Garage (detached homes) Figure 3-94 7 ,VN' 1,L( \f/V2-17 • vrfet--r --MC= 1 Roripaugh Ranch 5icvter2 NF. it MMn►rAwaP CNr YA r, tau A?z+ ECZ2 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-208 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Non -Residential Architecture Standards • Building design including commercial structures, staffed gate houses, schools, fire station, and structures within public parks and private recreational areas shall be of the Mediterranean Style and shall complement and enhance the developed character of the neighboring area and surrounding environment. • Building design shall be coordinated on all elevations with regard to color, materials, architectural form, and detailing to achieve design harmony and continuity, providing complimentary architectural relief to all sides of the building. • Building design shall reflect an integration of function, form and proportion and use of color. • Buildings and landscaped open spaces shall be designed to create and shape functional space. • Buildings and landscaped open spaces should be oriented for maximum benefit of sunlight, circulation, and views. • Agreements between the School District and Developer should include conformance to specified architectural form and detailing as much as possible. • Building design should be coordinated on all elevations with regard to color, materials, architectural form and detailing. • Parking facilities shall conform to City of Temecula standards and to their architectural guidelines. (Reference City of Temecula Planning and Zoning Standards Chapter 17.241. • Building heights: Building heights shall be related to adjacent open spaces, protect and enhance public views and minimize obstruction of views from adjoining structures. • Building heights shall be designed to allow maximum sun and ventilation and provide protection from prevailing winds. Architectural design features such as tower elements may exceed height limitations provided that the allowable overall average building height is maintained. • Orient commercial buildings to creates views of surrounding natural open space • Roof design shall include: o Pitched roof elements such as hip, gable, shed, in full or in combination of pitched or flat roof elements, with or without overhangs to articulate and reduce mass and bulk of buildings shall be included in Building Design. o Mansard roofs are generally discouraged. If used the flat portion of the roof and/or equipment will not be visible from the public right-of-way or from above. o Flat roof sections shall be covered with a material to match the color of the adjacent wall or roof material if seen from elevated streets or from adjacent residential areas RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-209 SECTION 3 PLATEAU NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES o Roof materials shall enhance and complement the roof shape and may vary from structure to structure. Acceptable roof materials include: • Clay or concrete tile in Barrel, S shape or Flat • Slate • Natural metals with raised or standing seams including copper o Unacceptable materials include: • Wood shingles and shakes • Corrugated metal and highly reflective surfaces such as glass, shiny metallic and glazed roofing tiles • Asphalt shingles o Mechanical Equipment: Line of sight studies may be required to determine whether potential visibility of roof mounted equipment from adjoining properties• or public right-of-way will occur. All roof mounted equipment and appurtenances must be placed so as to be totally obscured from public view. If roof mounted equipment is unavoidable, the design of any roof structure shall screen the equipment and be an integral part of the roof design. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 3-210 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 4 PLANNING COMMISSION DRAFT VOLUME 11 City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Tel. 951.694.6444 Prepared for: Roripaugh Valley Restoration, LLC 4675 MacAurthur Court, 15th Floor Newport Beach, CA 92660 Tel, (949) 255-2680 December 6`h, 2017 TABLE OF CONTENTS ES Executive Summary ES -1 SECTION 1 1.0 General Plan Consistency 1-1 1.0.1 Land Use Element 1-1 1.0.2 Circulation Element 1-2 1.0.3 Housing Element 1-3 1.0.4 Open Space and Conservation Element 1-4 1.0.5 Growth Management/Public Facilities Element 1-5 1.0.6 Public Safety Element 1-7 1.0.7 Noise Element 1-7 1.0.8 Air Quality Element 1-8 1.0.9 Community Design Element 1-8 1.0.10 Economic Development Element 1-9 1.0.11 General Plan Conformance 1-10 1.1 Growth Management Strategies And Action Plan 1-11 1.1.1 Growth Management Strategies and Action Plan 1-11 1.2 Implementation Program 1-14 1.2.1 Summary of Implementation Program 1-14 SECTION 2 2.0 Specific Plan Components 2-1 2.0.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2-1 2.0.2 Circulation Master Plan 2-16 2.0.3 Drainage and Water Quality Master Plan 2-57 2.0.4 Water Master Plan 2-67 2.0.5 Sewer Master Plan 2-73 2.0.6 Grading Master Plan 2-79 2.0.7 Phasing Master Plan 2-97 2.0.8 Open Space and Recreational Master Plan 2-101 2.0.9 Landscape Master Plan 2-110 2.0.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2-119 2.0.11 Utilities Plan and Public Services 2-149 2.0.12 Offsite Improvements 2-152 SECTION 3 3.0 Plateau Neighborhood Planning Area Descriptions And Development Standards 3-1 3.0.1 Planning Areas 1A and 113 3-1 3.0.2 Planning Area 2 3-7 3.0.3 Planning Area 3 3-11 3.0.4 Planning Area 4A and 4B 3-17 3.0.5 Planning Area 5 3-23 3.0.6 Planning Area 6 3-27 3.0.7 Planning Area 7A, 7C, 8 and Portions of 6 3-31 3.0.8 Planning Area 9A 3-35 3.0.9 Planning Area 32 3-39 3.1 Plateau Neighborood Design Guidelines 3-43 3.1.1 Landscape Concept 3-43 3.1.2 Parks, Recreation and Open Space Facilities 3-47 3.1.3 Trail System 3-60 3.1.4 Project Monumentation and Private Entries 3-61 3.1.5 Streetscape Treatments 3-81 3.1.6 Fuel Modification of Open Space 3-115 3.1.7 Landscape Material Guidelines 3-123 3.1.8 Street Outdoor Lighting and Signage 3-132 3.1.9 Architectural Design Guidelines 3-144 SECTION 4 4.0 Valley Neighborhood Planning Area Descriptions And Development Standards 4-1 4.0.1 Planning Area 9A, 9A, and 13 4-1 4.0.2 Planning Area 10 4-5 4.0.3 Planning Area 11 4-9 4.0.4 Planning Area 12 4-13 4.0.5 Planning Area 13 4-17 4.0.6 Planning Area 14 4-21 4.0.7 Planning Area 15 4-25 4.0.8 Planning Area 16A and 16B 4-29 4.0.9 Planning Area 17A and 17B 4-35 4.0.10 Planning Area 18A, 18B, and 18C 4-41 4.0.11 Planning Area 19 4-49 4.0.12 Planning Area 20A and 20B 4-53 4.0.13 Planning Area 21..... 4-59 4.0.14 Planning Area 22 4-63 4.0.15 Planning Area 23A 4-67 4.0.16 Planning Area 23B 4-71 4.0.17 Planning Area 24 4-75 4.0.18 Planning Area 25 and 26 4-79 4.0.19 Planning Area 27 4-85 4.0.20 Planning Area 28 4-89 4.0.21 Planning Area 29 4-93 4.0.22 Planning Area 30 4-97 4.0.23 Planning Area 31A and 31B 4-101 4.0.24 Planning Area 33A 4-107 4.0.25 Planning Area 33B 4-111 4.1 Valley Neighborhood Design Guidelines 4-115 4.1.1 Landscape Concept 4-115 4.1.2 Parks, Recreation and Open Space Facilities 4-116 4.1.3 School Facilities 4-125 4.1.4 Trail System 4-131 4.1.5 Project Monumentation 4-153 4.1.6 Streetscape Treatments 4-163 4.1.7 Fuel Modificaation of Open Space 4-217 4.1.8 Landscape Material Guidelines 4-233 4.1.9 Street Outdoor Lighting, Signage, and Interface 4-246 4.1.10 Architectural Design Guidelines 4-255 SECTION 5 5.0 Specific Flan Zoning Ordinanace 5-1 5.0.1 Purpose And Intent 5-1 5.0.2 General Provisions 5-2 5.0.3 Residential Development Standards 5-3 5.0.4 Neighborhood Commercial (Planning Area 11) 5-11 5.0.5 Parks And Open Space (Planning Areas 1b, 5, 6, 7a, 7c, 8, 9a, 13, 23b, 25, 26, 27, And 30) ...5-17 5.0.6 Public Instiutional (Planning Area 32) 5-19 5.0.7 Parking Requirements 5-19 SECTION 6 6.0 Implementation 6-1 6.1 Implementation Measures 6-2 6.1.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 6-2 6.1.2 Circulation Master Plan 6-2 6.1.3 Drainage and Water Quality Master Plan 6-4 6.1.4 Water Master Plan 6-5 6.1.5 Sewer Master Plan 6-5 6.1.6 Grading Master Plan 6-6 6.1.7 Phasing Master Plan 6-8 6.1.8 Open Space and Recreation Master Plan 6-9 6.1.9 Landscape Master Plan 6-9 6.2 Timing And Responsibility For Improvements 6-10 LIST OF FIGURES Executive Summary Figure ES- 1: Regional Location Map ES -6 Figure ES- 2: Project Vicinity Map ES -7 Figure ES- 3: Surrounding Land Use & Proposed Development ES -9 Figure ES -4: General Plan Amendment ES -11 SECTION 1.0 Figure 1-1: Existing Zoning 1-21 Figure 1-2: Existing General Plan Land Use Designations 1-23 Figure 1-3: General Plan Circulation Element Amendment 1-25 SECTION 2.0 Figure 2- 1: Proposed Land Use Plan 2-3 Figure 2- 2: Neighborhood Plan 2-5 Figure 2- 3: Plateau Conceptual Circulation Master Plan 2-29 Figure 2- 4: Valley Conceptual Circulation Master Plan 2-31 Figure 2- 5: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-33 Figure 2- 6: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-34 Figure 2- 7: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-35 Figure 2- 7A: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-36 Figure 2- 8: Plateau Typical Street Section 2-37 Figure 2- 9: Plateau Typical Gated Entries 2-38 Figure 2- 10: Valley Typical Street Sections 1 and 2 2-39 Figure 2- 11: Valley Typical Street Sections 3 and 4 2-40 Figure 2-12: Valley Typical Street Section 5 2-41 Figure 2- 13: Valley Typical Street Sections 6 and 7 2-42 Figure 2- 14: Valley Typical Street Sections 8 and 9 2-43 Figure 2-14A: Valley Roundabout Schematic 2-45 Figure 2- 15: Proposed Circulation Improvements 2-47 Figure 2- 16: Plateau Pedestrian/Bicycle Circulation Plan 2-49 Figure 2- 17: Valley Pedestrian/Bicycle Circulation Plan 2-51 Figure 2- 18: Plateau Proposed Sidewalk Plan 2-53 Figure 2- 19: Valley Conceptual Sidewalk Master Plan 2-55 Figure 2- 20: Plateau Conceptual Drainage Master Plan 2-63 Figure 2- 21: Valley Conceptual Drainage & Water Quality Master Plan 2-65 Figure 2- 22: Valley Conceptual Water Master Plan 2-69 Figure 2- 23: Valley Conceptual Water Master Pian 2-71 Figure 2- 24: Plateau Conceptual Sewer Master Plan 2-75 Figure 2- 25: Valley Conceptual Sewer Master Plan 2-77 Figure 2- 26: Plateau Conceptual Grading Master Plan 2-83 Figure 2- 27: Valley Conceptual Grading Master Plan 2-85 Figure 2- 27A: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-87 Figure 2- 27B: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-88 Figure 2- 27C: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-89 Figure 2- 27D: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-90 Figure 2- 27E: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-91 Figure 2- 27F: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-92 Figure 2- 27G: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-93 Figure 2- 27H: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-94 Figure 2- 271: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-95 Figure 2- 27J: Valley Grading Master Plan 2-96 Figure 2- 28: Conceptual Phasing Master Plan 2-99 Figure 2- 29: Plateau Conceptual Open Space & Recreation Master Plan 2-105 Figure 2- 30: Valley Conceptual Recreation Master Plan 2-107 Figure 2- 31: Area Wide Open Space Concept Plan 2-109 Figure 2- 32: Plateau Conceptual Landscape Master Plan 2-113 Figure 2- 33: Valley Conceptual Landscape Master Plan 2-115 Figure 2- 33A: Valley Landscape Irrigation Master Plan 2-117 Figure 2- 34: Plateau Conceptual Walls & Fences Master Plan 2-123 Figure 2- 35: Plateau Project Walls & Privacy Fences 2-125 Figure 2- 36: Plateau View Fences 2-127 Figure 2- 37: Plateau Habitat Walls & Fences 2-129 Figure 2- 38: Valley Conceptual Walls & Fences Master Plan 2-131 Figure 2-39: Valley Habitat Fence 2-133 Figure 2- 40: Valley Project Wall 2-135 Figure 2-41: Valley Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass Fence 2-137 Figure 2- 42: Valley View Fence 2-139 Figure 2- 43: Valley View Fence 2-141 Figure 2- 44: Valley 3 -Rail Lodgepole Fence 2-143 Figure 2- 45: Valley 2 -Rail Lodgepole Fence 2-145 Figure 2- 46: Valley Privacy Fence 2-147 Figure 2- 47: Plateau Off -Site Improvements - Sewer & Water 2-155 Figure 2-48: Plateau Off -Site Improvement - Street & Drainage 2-157 Figure 2-49: Valley Master Developer Improvement Areas 2-159 SECTION 3,0 Figure 3- 1: Planning Area lA and 1B 3-5 Figure 3-2: Planning Area 2 3-9 Figure 3-3: Planning Area 3 3-15 Figure 3-4: Planning Area 4A and 4B 3-21 Figure 3-5: Planning Area 5 3-25 Figure 3-6: Planning Area 6 3-29 Figure 3-7: Planning Area 7A, 7B, 7C and Open Spaces 3-33 Figure 3-8: Planning Area 9A 3-37 Figure 3-9: Planning Area 32 3-41 Figure 3-10: Plateau Landscape Master Plan 3-45 Figure 3-11: Neighborhood Park 3-49 Figure 3-12: Primary Center 3-53 Figure 3-13: Primary Club Clubhouse ELevation 3-55 Figure 3-14: Mini -Park 3-57 Figure 3-15: Plateau Trail System Master Plan 3-63 Figure 3-16: Visual Buffer Areas 3-65 Figure 3-17: Plateau Nature Walk 3-67 Figure 3-18: Primary Project Monunnetation 3-69 Figure 3-19: Staffed Gated Primary Entry (Perspective) 3-71 Figure 3-20: Staffed Gated Primary Entry (PA 3 and 4A) 3-73 Figure 3-21: Auto and Pedestrian Gated Entry 3-75 Figure 3-22: Card Key Gated Entry (PA 1A) 3-77 Figure 3-23: Card Key Gated Entry (4A and 4B) 3-79 Figure 3-24: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 9B and 13) 3-83 Figure 3-25: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 11 and 13) 3-85 Figure 3-26: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 12 and 13) 3-87 Figure 3-27: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 12 and 14) 3-89 Figure 3-28: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 22) 3-91 Figure 3-29: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 27) 3-93 Figure 3-30: Butterfield Stage Road (PA 32) 3-95 Figure 3-31: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 1A, 2, 3, and 4A) 3-99 Figure 3-32: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 4A, 4B, and 8) 3-101 Figure 3-33: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 6 and 9A) 3-103 Figure 3-34: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 9B and 11) 3-105 Figure 3-35: Murrieta Hot Springs Road (PA 10 and 11) 3-107 Figure 3-36: Private Interior Street (Option 1) 3-111 Figure 3-37: Private Interior Street (Option 2) 3-113 Figure 3-38: Plateau Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan 3-117 Figure 3-39: Plateau Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan 3-119 Figure 3-40: Plateau Fuel Modification Zone Master Plan 3-121 Figure 3-41: Street Lighting 3-135 Figure 3-42: Street Signage 3-137 Figure 3-43: Paseo Entry Gate (Card Key Entry) 3-139 Figure 3-44: Paseo Entry Treatments 3-141 Figure 3-45: Cross Section G Open Space Plateau ... 3-143 Figure 3-46: American Farmhouse 3-148 Figure 3-47: Inspirational Photos 3-149 Figure 3-48: California Ranch 3-150 Figure 3-49: Inspirational Photos 3-151 Figure 3-50: Classic Revival 3-152 Figure 3-51: Inspirational Photos 3-153 Figure 3-52: Colonial Figure 3-154 Figure 3-53: Inspirational Photos 3-155 Figure 3-54: Contemporary Southwest 3-156 Figure 3-55: Inspirational Photos 3-157 Figure 3-56: Craftsman 3-158 Figure 3-57: Inspirational Photos 3-159 Figure 3-58: French Cottage 3-160 Figure 3-59: Inspirational Photos 3-161 Figure 3-60: East Coast Traditional 3-162 Figure 3-61: Inspirational Photos 3-163 Figure 3-62: Italiante 3-164 Figure 3-63: Inspirational Photos ... 3-265 Figure 3-64: Mediterranean 3-166 Figure 3-65: Inspirational Photos 3-167 Figure 3-66: Mission 3-168 Figure 3-67: Inspirational Photos 3-169 Figure 3-68: Monterey 3-170 Figure 3-69: Inspirational Photos 3-171 Figure 3-70: Prairie Style 3-172 Figure 3-71: Inspirational Photos 3-173 Figure 3-72: Spanish Revival 3-174 Figure 3-73: Inspirational Photos 3-175 Figure 3-74: Recessed Garage 3-176 Figure 3-75: Deep Recessed Garages 3-177 Figure 3-76: Third Car - Side Located 3-178 Figure 3-77: Third Car- Tandem 3-179 Figure 3-78: Side Garage Entry 3-180 Figure 3-79: Single Width Driveways 3-181 Figure 3-80: Porte Cochere 3-182 Figure 3-81: Varied Roof Shapes 3-191 Figure 3-82: Covered Entry Porch 3-192 Figure 3-83: Courtyard Entries 3-193 Figure 3-84: Garage Door Detailing 3-194 Figure 3-85: Roof Pitches 3-197 Figure 3-86: Solar Panels 3-198 Figure 3-87: Sample Mad Kiosk 3-200 Figure 3-88: Air Conditioning Pads 3-201 Figure 3-89: Smaller Lots (hardscape & landscape concept) 3-203 Figure 3-90: LM, M1, M2 (hardscape & landscape concept) 3-204 Figure 3-91: LM, M1, M2 (hardscape concept) 3-205 Figure 3-92: LM, M1, M2 (hardscape concept) 3-206 Figure 3-93: M2 - Tandem Garage 3-207 Figure 3-94: M2 - Rear Load Garage 3-208 SECTION 4.0 Figure 4-1: Planning Area 9B 4-3 Figure 4-2: Planning Area 10 4-7 Figure 4-3: Planning Area 11 4-11 Figure 4-4: Planning Area 12 4-15 Figure 4-5: Planning Area 13 4-19 Figure 4-6: Planning Area 14 4-23 Figure 4-7: Planning Area 15 4-27 Figure 4-8: Planning Area 16A 4-31 Figure 4-9: Planning Area 16B 4-33 Figure 4-10: Planning Area 17A 4-37 Figure 4-11: Planning Area 17B 4-39 Figure 4-12: Planning Area 18A 4-43 Figure 4-13: Planning Area 18B 4-45 Figure 4-14: Planning Area 18C 4-47 Figure 4-15: Planning Area 19 4-51 Figure 4-16: Planning Area 20A 4-55 Figure 4-17: Planning Area 20B 4-57 Figure 4-18: Planning Area 21 4-61 Figure 4-19: Planning Area 22 4-65 Figure 4-20: Planning Area 23A 4-69 Figure 4-21: Planning Area 23B 4-73 Figure 4-22: Planning Area 24 4-77 Figure 4-23: Planning Area 25 4-81 Figure 4-24: Planning Area 26 4-83 Figure 4-25: Planning Area 27 4-87 Figure 4-26: Planning Area 28 4-91 Figure 4-27: Planning Area 29 4-95 Figure 4-28: Planning Area 30 4-99 Figure 4-29: Planning Area 31A 4-103 Figure 4-30: Planning Area 31B 4-105 Figure 4-31: Planning Area 33A 4-109 Figure 4-32: Planning Area 33B 4-113 Figure 4-33: Community Sports Park 4-117 Figure 4-34: Recreation Center 4-121 Figure 4-35: Age Targeted Recreation Center 4-123 Figure 4-36: Middle School Site 4-127 Figure 4-37: Elementary School Facility 4-129 Figure 4-38: Trail Type A 4-133 Figure 4-39: Trail Type B 4-135 Figure 4-40: Trail Type C 4-137 Figure 4-41: Trail Type D 4-139 Figure 4-42: Trail Type E Figure 4-43: Trail Type F Figure 4-44: Trail Type G Figure 4-45: Trail Type H Figure 4-46: Trail Type 1 Figure 4-47: Trail Type J Figure 4-48: Pedestrian Bride Figure 4-49: Typical Gated Entry Option Figure 4-50: Project Monumentation Figure 4-51: Round -About Monumentation Figure 4-52: Nicolas Road Cross Section Figure 4-52A: Nicolas Road (Calle Girasol to W. Project Boundary) Cross Section Figure 4-53: Nicolas Road Oblique Figure 4-54: Nicolas Road Perspective Figure 4-55: Loop Road Cross Section Figure 4-56: Loop Road Oblique Figure 4-57: Loop Road Perspective Figure 4-58: Loop Road Round -About Oblique Figure 4-59: Loop Road Round -About Perspective Figure 4-60: Roripaugh Valley Road Cross Section Figure 4-61: Roripaugh Valley Road Oblique Figure 4-62: Roripaugh Valley Road Perspective Figure 4-63: Fiesta Ranch Road Cross Section Figure 4-64: Fiesta Ranch Road Oblique Figure 4-65: Fiesta Ranch Road Perspective Figure 4-66: Local Street - Typical Condition Figure 4-67: Local Street Oblique Option 1 Figure 4-68: Local Street Perspective Option 1 Figure 4-69: Local Street Oblique Option 2 Figure 4-70: Local Street Perspective Option 2 Figure 4-71: Local Street Oblique Option 3 Figure 4-72: Local Street Perspective Option 3 Figure 4-73: Valley Conceptual Fuel Modification Secti Figure 4-74: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA Figure 4-75: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA Figure 4-76: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA Figure 4-77: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan -17, Figure 4-78: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA Figure 4-79: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA Figure 4-80: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA Figure 4-81: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA Figure 4-82: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA Figure 4-83: Valley Fuel Modification Master Plan - PA on Location Map 10 14 & 15 16 & 17 22&28 17 18,20,24&31 17&19 14 19 20&21 4-141 4-143 4-145 4-147 4-149 4-151 4-155 4-157 4-159 4-161 4-165 4-167 4-169 4-171 4-175 4-177 4-179 4-181 4-183 4-187 4-189 4-191 4-195 4-197 4-199 4-203 4-205 4-207 4-209 4-211 4-213 4-215 4-221 4-223 4-224 4-225 4-226 4-227 4-228 4-229 4-230 4-231 4-232 Figure 84: Cross Section (A) Medium Density Interface 4-248 Figure 85: Cross Section (B) Medium Density Interface 4-249 Figure 86: Cross Section (C) Medium Density Interface 4-250 Figure 87: Cross Section (D) PA 12 &14 Residential Interface 4-251 Figure 88: Cross Section (F) South Project Boundary Interface 4-253 Figure 89: Cross Section (H) Low Residential Density Interface 4-254 Figure 4-90: American Farmhouse 4-258 Figure 4-91: California Ranch 4-259 Figure 4-92: Classic Revival 4-260 Figure 4-93: Colonial 4-261 Figure 4-94: Contemporary Southwest. 4-262 Figure 4-95: Craftsman 4-263 Figure 4-96: East Coast Traditional 4-264 Figure 4-97: French Cottage 4-265 Figure 4-98: Italiante 4-266 Figure 4-99: Mediterranean 4-267 Figure 4-100: Mission 4-268 Figure 4-101: Monterey 4-269 Figure 4-102: Prairie Style 4-270 Figure 4-103: Spanish Revival 4-271 Figure 4-104: Recessed Garage 4-272 Figure 4-105: Deep Recessed Garages 4-273 Figure 4-106: Third Car - Side Located 4-274 Figure 4-107: Porte Cochere 4-275 Figure 4-108: Single Width Driveways 4-276 Figure 4-109: Varied Roof Shapes 4-284 Figure 4-110: Covered Entry Porch 4-285 Figure 4-111: Courtyard Entries 4-286 Figure 4-112: Garage Door Detailing 4-287 Figure 4-113: Roof Pitches 4-290 Figure 4-114: Solar Panels 4-291 Figure 4-115: Sample Mail Kiosk 4-293 Figure 4-116: Air Conditioning Pads 4-294 Figure 4-117: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (10 DU Hammerhead) 4-297 Figure 4-118: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (10 DU Cul -de -Sac) 4-298 Figure 4-119: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (8 DU Thru-Street) 4-299 Figure 4-120: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (10 DU Alley Access Scheme) 4-300 Figure 4-121: MF Zone PAs 28 & 29 Cluser Option (10 DU Rear Loaded Garages) 4-301 Figure 4-122: M2 - Tandem Garage 4-302 Figure 4-123: M2 - Rear Load Garage 4-303 Figure 4-124: Smaller Lots - Hardscape & Landscape Concept 4-304 Figure 4-125: LM, M1, M2 - Hardscape & Landscape Concept 4-305 Figure 4-126: LM, M1, M2 - Hardscape Concept 4-306 Figure 4-127: LM, M1, M2 - Hardscape Concept. 4-307 Figure 4-128: American Farmhouse 4-310 Figure 4-129: California Ranch 4-311 Figure 4-130: Classic Revival 4-312 Figure 4-131: Colonial 4-313 Figure 4-132: Contemporary Southwest 4-314 Figure 4-133: Craftsman 4-315 Figure 4-134: East Coast Traditional 4-316 Figure 4-135: French Cottage 4-317 Figure 4-136: Italiante 4-318 Figure 4-137: Mediterranean 4-319 Figure 4-138: Mission 4-320 Figure 4-139: Monterey 4-321 Figure 4-140: Prairie 4-322 Figure 4-141: Spanish Revival 4-323 Figure 4-142: Neighborhood Commercial 4-333 SECTION 5 No figures listed in Section 5. SECTION 6 Figure 6-1: Landscape Maintenance Responsibility Master Plan 6-23 LIST OF TABLES Executive Summary Table ES -1: Proposed Land Uses ES -5 SECTION 1 Table 1-1: Procedural Approval Authority 1-19 SECTION 2 Table 2-1: Residential Land Uses by Land Use 2-7 Table 2-2 Proposed Land Uses by Planning Areas (PA) 2-12 SECTION 3 No tables listed in Section 3. SECTION 4 No tables listed in Section 4. SECTION 5 Table 5.1: Schedule of Permitted Uses - Residential Districts 5-5 Table 5-2: Development Standards - Residential Districts 5-6 Table 5-2.1: Accessory Stricture Setbacks 5-8 Table 5-2.2: Maximum Encroachments into Required Yard Areas 5-9 Table 5-3: Schedule of Permitted Uses - Neighborhood Commercial Center (PA -11) 5-11 Table 5-4: Development Standards - Neighborhood Commercial (Commercial Uses - PA 11)5-16 Table 5-5: Schedule of Permitted Uses - Parks and Recreational Uses 5-17 Table 5-6: Development Standards - Parks and Open Space Standards 5-18 SECTION 6 Table 6-1 Project Fair Share Contributions 6-3 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AREA DESCRIPTIONS AND DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS The following describes the Planning Areas and Design Guidelines in the Valley Neighborhood, Phase Il of Roripaugh Ranch. It consists of Planning Areas 9B, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16A, 16B, 17A, 17B, 18A, 18B, 18C, 19, 20A, 20B, 21, 22, 23A, 23B, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31A, 31B, 33A, and 33B. 4.0.1 PLANING AREA 9B Descriptive Summary Planning Area 9B, as shown in Figure 4-1, provides for the development of open space in an underlying zone of Open Space (OS). Planning Area 9B totals 6.8 acres and is planned for natural open space conservation. The open space area will be owned and maintained by a master homeowners association or appropriate public agency as approved by the City of Temecula. Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for lot development standards. Planning Standards Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Fuel Modification Zone shall be located as illustrated in Figures 4-73 through 4-83. The Fuel Modification Zone shall serve as a buffer between the open space uses and residential uses. 2. A Parkway Street Treatment, as detailed in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 3- 31 through 3-35), is suggested along Murrieta Hot Springs Road. 3. A Parkway Street Treatment, as depicted in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 3-24 through 3-30, shall be provided along Butterfield Stage Road. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Habitat View Fence, as illustrated in Figures 2-38 and 2-39, shall be provided along the north side of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, on the southern perimeter of Planning Area 9B. This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by merchant builders consistent with Figure 2-39. 2. Prior to the installation of the Habitat View Fence, a temporary fence shall be installed by the developer to separate the habitat area from the residential area. The design of this temporary fence shall be approved by the City of Temecula and the appropriate resource agency prior to recordation of the final map. The temporary fence shall remain in place until such time the Habitat View Fence is installed by the merchant builder. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-1 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 25 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 9B. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 9B. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-2 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-1 vtt ddS) ueld 04 S 40ued 4bneduo8 PA33B TRAII.HEAD AND PARK AND RIDE 2.1 AC F--- r.,... PA33A 10.3 AC I 15 DUs RILI< PA 10 8.1 AC 14 DUs RRI A BOT SPRINGS RD 0 PA 11 COMMERCIAL 15.2 AC PA 12 16.0 AC 136 DUs lv.9 PA27 213 AC \ Roripaugh Ranch PA 13 1874 AC ((JA14 144 AC 90 DUs PAI 5 4,3' AC 41 bus KEY MAP INFORMATION PA9B - OS - NATl1RAl. OPEN SPACF - 7 9 AC LEGEND nPotential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposal Water QuaJit Basin Location ISee Section 2 3 for Details) NOTES • Roads ate lir dlutuaut a purposes rob 1 tile! aliyunml to be dstermn d at lenient c May Stage • Final loemwn. Site tutd design of Wetst ()whet Rums subject to ret leu and epprot el of the Water Outdo) %augmtent Plan 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN SECTION 4 VALLEY NEICHBORIIOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-4 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.2 PLANNING AREA 10 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 10, as shown in Figure 4-2, provides for the development of single family residential in an underlying zone designation of Low Estate (L -E). Planning Area 10 totals 8.1 acres and is planned for 14 units at a density of 1/ du/ac. Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access to the planning area will be provided from Murrieta Hot Springs Road. The exact location of access for this planning area shall be subject to review and approval by the City at the tentative tract map stage. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Card Key Gated Auto and Pedestrian Secondary Entry, as illustrated in Figure 4-49, is optional per the decision of the Developer, to be provided off of Murrieta Hot Spring Road, which will allow access for both pedestrians and vehicles. 2. A Parkway Street Tree Treatment, as illustrated in the Landscape Master Plan (Figures 3-31 through 3-35), is suggested along the north side of Murrieta Hot Springs Road. 3. A Fuel Modification Zone as illustrated in Figures 4-73 through 4-83 shall be located within this area and adjacent to the eastern, northern and western perimeters of Planning Area 10. 4. Front yard landscaping as illustrated in Figures 2-33, shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43), shall be located along the southern perimeter of the planning area adjacent to Murrieta Hot Springs Road. 2. A Habitat View Fence as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-39, ), shall be provided along the south western south eastern perimeters of the planning area adjacent to Planning Areas 9A and 9B. This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by merchant builders as shown in Figure 2-39. 3. Prior to the installation of the Habitat View Fence, a temporary fence shall be installed by the developer to separate the habitat area from this planning area. The design of this temporary fence shall be approved by the City of Temecula and the appropriate resource agency prior to recordation of the final map. The temporary fence shall remain in place until such time the Residential/Habitat View Fence is installed by merchant RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-5 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS builders. Miscellaneous Standards 1. The two existing residences shall be removed from the site prior to development in this planning area. 2. Prior to approval of precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 3. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 10. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Areas 10. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-6 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORIIOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-2 Ronpaugh Ranch Specrfic Plan (SPA #4) PMO 8 I AC 14 DUs t PA9B\ ` O?EN SPA L' 1 7.9 AC , i ""q HOT SPRINGS •) r !/ PAII COMMERCIAL. PA33B TRAILHEAD AND PARK AND RIDE 2.1 AC r Ir PA33A 103 AC LTh- 15 DUs 15.2 AC PA I2 16.0 AC 136 DIA 44// Q \ I PA27 21 3 A(' Roripaugh Ranch PA 13 1874 AC pA 14 M.4 AC 90 DUs PAI 5 AC KEY MAP INFORMATION PAIO - LE - I0,0(X) SQ. FT MINIMUM LOTS - 1.8 DM /AC - 14 DUs -8.1 AC I.EGEND ElPotential Access Point (See Sc lion 2.2 for Circulation) flProposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) < Fire Department Emergency Access Point NOTES • Rods are for dI ruralise purpusn unl, Find alignment to he determined at Temato a Map stage • Find location site and design of Nain (Nato, nanns suiaM In.e ins and *pros al of the Vines Owlet Management Plan • Fuel modification resparemenis for fire Wen apple to some Planning Areas See Secunn d I for details and reference locations • Water ()lathes Ramis shall comph with latest niquireitients from the Regional Nater Quaid, ( ntrol &ural 250' 0 250' a1) trtaet RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4•B SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.3 PLANNING AREA 11 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 11 as shown in Figures 4-3 and 4-142, provides for development of 15.2 acres of Neighborhood Commercial uses. Commercial uses within the planning area shall not exceed 110,000 square feet. The Neighborhood Commercial use is intended to provide for a wide variety of different types of land uses. This planning area is envisioned to have a unique, pedestrian -oriented character and offer a variety of pedestrian amenities, such as places for resting, sitting areas, and other opportunities. Sidewalks will be placed adjacent to storefronts and wide enough to encourage browsing, stopping to talk or to walk through. Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access to the planning area will be provided from Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road and Roripaugh Valley Road. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. The exact location and number of access points for this planning area shall be subject to review and approval by the City at the tentative tract map stage. 2. Pedestrian connectivity shall be provided between the neighborhood commercial center and the surrounding area as illustrated in Figure 2-19. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Parkway Landscape Treatment, as depicted in the Landscape Master Plan Figures 2- 32, 2-33, 3-24 through 3-35, and 4-60 through 4-624 shall be provided along Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Butterfield Stage Road and Roripaugh Valley Road. 2. A Parkway Landscape Treatment, as depicted in the Plateau Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-32 and 3-28 through 3-34) shall be provided along Butterfield Stage Road. 3. A Parkway Landscape Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan Figures 2-33 and 4-60 through 4-62 shall be provided along Roripaugh Valley Road. 4. Commercial buildings adjacent to Roripaugh Valley Road shall have enhanced landscaping acceptable to the City that is incorporated along the rear of buildings to screen views from Planning Areas 6 and 12. 5. Eating establishments along Butterfield Stage Road and along the eastern portion of Roripaugh Valley Road are strongly encouraged to have outdoor seating areas that are oriented to take advantage of views looking to the southeast and east. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Tower elements may be incorporated into the design of the neighborhood commercial center buildings so that future telecommunication facilities can be incorporated into the RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4.9 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS tower design. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 11. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 11. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-10 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGH RORHOOD DESCRIP TIONS Figure 4-3 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SPA #41 PA33B TRAILIIEAD AND PARK AND RIDE 2.1 AC PA 10 &I AC 14 DUs r-, PA9B) OPEN SPA E:� 7QAC ;I I MURRIfErA -.-- oT SP' 1GS Ru PA33A 10.3 AC 15 DUs PA 12 16.0 AC 136 DUs �4c, . PA?7 RIC K 21 3 AC Roripaugh Ranch PAI3 IR74AC FA l4 h1.4 AC 90 DUs KEY MAP INFORMATION PAII - NC - 15.2 AC LEGEND m0 Potential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) NOTES • Roads are for dlsrtraus a purposes mis Find ahommmt to be delero ned al Tentahsr Map Stage. • Final locationclic and design of tamer Qualitc Rosins subject to restcu ;and apprmd of the Water Qtulu, Management Plan • hal naidificatnat rcqu.rrntsas fa line safely apply to sane Planning Areas See Samson 4.1 for Maks and relermce locauau • W mer Qualm Rain shall comp], with latest requirements from the Regional Water Qualm ('mtrot Board 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-11 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4.12 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.4 PLANNING AREA 12 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 12, as shown in Figure 4-4, provides for the development of single family residential in an underlying zone of Medium 2 (M2). Planning Area 12 totals 16.0 acres and is planned for 136 units at a density of 8.5 du/ac. Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for lot development standards. The transfer of dwelling units from other Planning Areas may occur into Planning Area 12 provided the following conditions are met: 1. The product mix shall not be changed as discussed in the above paragraph. 2. The total number of units within the project shall not exceed 2,015 dwelling units. 3. The total number of units proposed within this planning area shall not exceed 174 units which is based on the smaller of the following: a. A 20% increase in the number of the approved units within this planning area (174 units), or; b. By applying the General Plan Medium Density of 12 dwelling units per acre to the net acres of this planning area (180 units). Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access to the planning area will be provided from Roripaugh Valley Road and Fiesta Ranch Road. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. The exact location and number of access points for this planning area shall be reviewed and approved by the City at the tentative tract map stage. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. Two Card Key Gated Auto and Pedestrian Secondary Entries, as illustrated in Figure 4- 49, are optional per the decision of the Developer, to be located off of Roripaugh Valley Road and Fiesta Ranch Road into the planning area. 2. Landscape treatments, as depicted in the Landscape Master Plan Figures 2-32, 2-33, 3- 24 through 3-30, and 4-60 through 4-65, shall be provided along Butterfield Stage Road, Roripaugh Valley Road and Fiesta Ranch Road. 3. Community Entry Monumentation will be provided at the intersection of Nicolas Road and Butterfield Stage Road as illustrated in Figures 2-33 and 4-50. 4. Front yard landscaping as illustrated in Figure 2-33 shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-13 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43), shall be located along the entire perimeter of the planning area. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 12. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 12. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-14 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-4 (Pu VdS) ueid oypedS Vue8 ubneduo PA33B TRAILHEAD AND PARK AND RIDE 2 I AC r� r\r1 PAI I O PA9B` R 1 AC 0'EN SPAQE 14 D115 7.9 AC yi1 `MfiKRIfT—ilsirR�"J )(...AH HOT SPRINGS RI) I 1 I 1 PM 1 COMMERCIAL. 152AC PA 13 1874 AC PA33A 10.3 AC 15 DUs RICK Roripaugh Ranch INFORMATION PAI2 - M2 - 3,000 SO. FT. MINIMUM LUIS - 8.5 DUPs /AC - 136 DD's -160AC LEGEND nPotential Access Point (See Section 2 2 for Circulation) Proposed water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) NODES • Roads are for 'Hialeah, e purposes onh Final alrgnna,5 In be dew minted at Tnrwo a Map Sine • Final location. Brie nal dcsrgm of V, ales Qualm Raw. subject to res rest and appros al of the Waset Quoins Management wan • Fuel modification requirements for fire safet apph to some Planning Arm See Seehan 4 I for details and reference locations • Water Qualm Basins shall comph urth taint requirements from the Regional Wain Qualm Control board 250' 0 250' 500' MINN RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-16 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.5 PLANNING AREA 13 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 13, as shown in Figure 4-5, provides for the preservation of m 180.7 acres of natural open space in an underlying zone of Open Space (OS). Additionally, Planning Area 13 includes 6.8 acres of additional open space for flood control and water quality treatment. The combined acreage totals 187.5 acres. The natural open space area will be owned by the City of Temecula and maintained by a master homeowners association or appropriate public agency as approved by the City of Temecula. Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Vehicular access into Planning Area 13 shall be restricted to only maintenance vehicles. 2. Precise access points into the fuel modification area into Planning Area 13 shall be approved by the Fire Department prior to approval of the final map. Conceptual access points connecting residential areas with fire access roads are located within Planning Area 13. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Fuel Modification Zone shall be located as illustrated in Figure4-38. The Fuel Modification Zone shall serve as a buffer between the open space uses and the residential uses. 2. A Parkway Street Treatment, as depicted in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-33 and 3-24 through 3-30), shall be provided along Butterfield Stage Road. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Habitat View Fence, as illustrated in Figures 2-38 and 2-39, shall be provided along the western and southern perimeter of Planning Area 13. This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by builders. 2. Prior to the installation of the Habitat View Fence, a temporary fence shall be installed by the developer to separate the habitat area from the residential area. The design of this temporary fence shall be approved by the City of Temecula and the appropriate resource agency prior to recordation of the final map. The temporary fence shall remain in place until such time the Residential/Habitat View Fence is installed by the merchant builder. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-17 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORIIOOD DESCRIPTIONS 21 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 13. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 13. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-18 til-.1:1'I1)N 1 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-5 t PA 13 OS1 180.7 AC . KEY MAP INFORMATION PA 13 -OSI - NATURAL OPEN SPACE - 180.7 AC PA I3 - 0S2 - NATURAL OPEN SPACE - 6.6 AC 4t PA 15 AC S PA13 0S2 re 6,6 AC 4 AC DUs OAD RIK LEGEND PAI6A 16.8 AC 67 Mrs Potential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulalion) Proposed WalerQuality Basin Localion (See Section 2.3 for Details) Roripaugh Ranch NOTES • Roads are for tllteuaust propose• arils Final alignment to be determined at 'Mumma Map Slap. • Fuel modification requ renents for fire safes apply to some Planning Areas. Ste Section 4 1 I'oi Mails and reference Iooums • Wnlcr /highly Hawn shall cortph xrlh !moo requIrelnenls from the Regional Water Quality COnlrol Bumf • Water Quality Ben beats PA la, PA 1 t. PA IAA (porton). PA I r+B (portion). N Loop Rd (portion/ 250 0 PA18A 26.9 AC 78 DIA PA 19 15.8 AC 17 DUs 250' as RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4 ;" SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-20 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.6 PLANNING AREA 14 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 14, as shown in Figure 4-6, provides for development of single family residential in an underlying zone designation of Medium 2 (M2). Planning Area 14 totals 14.4 acres and is planned for 90units at a density of 6.3 du/ac. Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access to the planning area will be provided from North Loop Road along the southern perimeter of the Planning Area and from Planning Area 15. Access points into Planning Area 14 shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared and shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint to the satisfaction of the Director of the Department of Public Works. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Card Key Gated Auto and Pedestrian Secondary Entry, as illustrated in Figure 4-49, is optional per the decision of the Developer, to be located off of Loop Road into the Planning Area. 2. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-33, 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 3. A Primary Project Monumentation, as illustrated in Figures 2-33, 2-34 and 4-50, shall be provided at the intersection of Butterfield Stage Road and Loop Road. 4. A Fuel Modification Zone, as illustrated in Figures 4-73 through 4-83, shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning area adjacent to Planning Area 13 in accordance with AD161- SHCP. 5. Access into the fuel modification zone shall be approved by the Fire Department prior to approval of any tentative tract map. 6. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43), shall be located along the southern and western perimeters (with the exception of the flood control channel) of the planning area depending upon the results of a noise study. 2. A Habitat View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-21 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 2-38 and 2-39) shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning area. This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by builders consistent with Figures 2-39. 3. Prior to the installation of the Habitat View Fence, a temporary fence shall be installed by the developer to separate the habitat area from the residential area. The design of this temporary fence shall be approved by the City of Temecula and the appropriate resource agency prior to recordation of the final map. The temporary fence shall remain in place until such time the Habitat View Fence is installed by builders. 4. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine Fence, as illustrated in Figures 2-38 and 2-45, shall be located along Loop Road adjacent to the planning area. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, South Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection wilt meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 14. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 14. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-22 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-6 - PA I 7 34.0 AC 122 DUs L.-PAI7B 7.9 AC 37 DUs PA27 SPORTS PARK 21.3 AC PAM MIDDLE SCHOOL '-0 4 AC LEGEND ElPotential Access Point (See Section 2 _ for Circulation) ®Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) R1CK Roripaugh Ranch KEY MAP INFORMATION PAI4 - M2 - 3.600 SQ. FT MINIMUM LOTS -67DUs/AC -90 DUs -144AC NOTES • Roads ore for tlhrvinbn r imposes uoh Final nligrnenl to be determined el rental a Map Stage • Final luutnon sire rwl denial ol serer Qualm Basins tullecl lo re. er. and apprm al of the *set Qtalm Management Man • Fuel modification requirements for fire Weis with In some Planning Areas See Section J 1 for details and reference locations • Wee Qualm Bans shall comph •nth latest requirements from die Regional %met Qualm Control Board • N one Qua)in Bain located in PA 11 250 0 250' 500 a D RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-24 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.7 PLANNING AREA 15 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 15, as shown in Figure 4-7, provides for the development of single family residential in an underlying zone of Medium 1 (M1). Planning Area 15 totals 9.3 acres and is planned for 47 units at a density of 5.0 du/ac Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access to the Planning Area 15 shall be determined when tentative tract maps or development plans are prepared. Potential access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint to the satisfaction of the Public Works Director. 2. Secondary access shall be provided between Planning Area 14 and Planning Area 15 prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in either planning area. The design and location of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Card Key Gated Auto and Pedestrian Secondary Entry, as illustrated in Figure 4-49, is optional per the decision of the Developer to be provided off of Loop Road into Planning Areas 15 and 16. 2. A Fuel Modification Zone, as illustrated in Figures 4-73 through 4-83, shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning area adjacent to Planning Area 13 in accordance with AD161-SHCP. 3. Access into the fuel modification zone shall be approved by the Fire Department prior to approval of the tentative tract map. 4. Front yard landscaping as illustrated in Figure 2-33, shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Habitat View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (see Figures 2- 38 and 2-39), shall be located along the northern perimeter of Planning Area 15 adjacent to Planning Area 13. This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by builders consistent with Figures 2-38 and 2-39. 2. Prior to the installation of the habitat View Fence, a temporary fence shall be installed by the developer to separate the habitat area from the residential area. The design of this temporary fence shall he approved by the City of Temecula and the appropriate resource agency prior to recordation of the final map. The temporary fence shall remain in place until such time the Habitat View Fence is installed by builders. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-25 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be perfortned for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.1 through Section 2.10 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 15. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 15. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-26 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-7 Ronpaugh Ranch Speafic Plan ISPA rid) PA 13 187.3 AC PA1 4,4 AC —9d�7[Ts PA27 SPORTS PARK 21.3 AC jf LEGEND PA28 MIDDLE SCHOOL 20.4 AC PA 1 7A 34.0 AC 122 DU's e—PAI7B 7.9 AC 37 DU's PA3O 2.6 AC 31B A �67 TS ElPotential Access Poim (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) 71 Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (Sec Section 2.3 for Details) RIL:K Raripaugh Ranch KEY MAP INFORMATION PAIS -M1 - 4,000 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS - 6.7 DU's !AC - 47 DU's - 9.3 AC NOTES • Reads are for it luslralo a purpteso onit Flnal alignrnart to be dacmuned al '1 aualoc Map Sing,' • Find location sue and design of Water Qualth Rastas subject to re+ icy. and appro+d of the U ater Qudin Matagemml flat • fuel modrfiatron requrmerl+ for fire safen appl+ b same Plamrng Areas Sec Son ca d 1 fn details Mid reference lotarans • Wares Qualms Basins shall cony* ooh latest requirements frau the Regional Water Qualm comrol Board • Water Outdo?. Bain located in PA I3 250' 0 250 500' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-27 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-2H SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.8 PLANNING AREAS 16A AND 16B Descriptive Summary Planning Areas 16A and 16B, as shown in Figures 4-8 and 4-9, provide for the development of single family residential in an underlying zone of Low Medium (LM). Planning Area 16A totals 16.8 acres and is planned for 67 units at a density 4.0 du/ac. Planning Area 16B totals 10 acres and is planned for 47 units at a density of 4.7 du/ac. Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Two access points into the planning area will be provided from North Loop Road along the southern perimeter of the planning area. Potential access points as depicted are conceptual. Access into Planning Area 16 as well as access between Planning Areas 15 and 17 shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 2. A Card Key Gated Auto and Pedestrian Secondary Entry, as illustrated in Figure 4-49, is optional per the decision of the Developer, to be provided off Loop Road into Planning Areas 15, 16B, and 17B. 3. A Fuel Modification Zone, as illustrated in Figures 4-73 through 4-83, shall be located along the northern perimeter of the Planning Area 16A adjacent to Planning Area 13 in accordance with AD161-SHCP.Access into the fuel modification zone shall be approved by the Fire Department prior to approval of the tentative tract map. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-53), shall be located along the southern perimeter of Planning Area 16B. An optional View Fence along the southern perimeter of Planning Area 16B may be used depending on the results of a noise study. 2. A Habitat View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (see Figures 2- 38 and2-39), shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning area 16A, adjacent to Planning Area 13. This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by builders consistent with Figure 2-39. 3. Prior to the installation of the Ilabitat View Fence, a temporary fence shall be installed RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-29 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS by the developer to separate the habitat area from the residential area. The design of this temporary fence shall be approved by the City of Temecula and the appropriate resource agency prior to recordation of the final neap. The temporary Fence shall remain in place until such time the Habitat View Fence is installed by builders. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 1.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Areas 16A and 16B. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements 1. Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Areas 16A and 16B. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-30 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGIIRORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-8 (o Y S) ueid ali s u3Ue8 u& eduoa PA 13 187.3 AC I PA27 1 SPORTS I PA28 PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL 2I.3AC 20.4 AC LEGEND PA29 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 12.2 AC 7 DU's PA17A 34,0 AC 122 DU's PA17B 79AC KEY MAP 37 DU's •- PA30 2.6 AC 1B AC 1 ElPolennal Access Poral (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) RI(_ Roripaugh Ranch INFORMATION PA I6A - LM - 5,500 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS -40Dlfs/AC - 67 DU's - 16.8 AC NOTES • Roads are for rllusir:ao a txrrtxrses rats 1 real alignment to be detem rned r fcntaur a %tap Stago • Final location svc and design of Water Qualm Banns subtest 1 res tens and appros al of the K at, Qualms Man gement P1air Pod nudrficaucn raqurmtaus fa lire safssr apph to some Plashing Areas See Sectson 4 1 for details rw1 reference locations Nater Qualm Basins shall ampls ss nth Imai reguremants from the Regional Water Quoits Control Board Water ()union Basins Iocnled 111 PA 13 and PA 1113 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHHORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-32 ICN VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-9 PAI3 187.3 AC tel PA17A t2 34.0 AC 122 DU's PAI7B 7.9 AC 37 DU's PA27 SPORTS PA2S PARK I MIDDLE SCHOOL 21.3 AC 1 20.4 AC LEGEND ® Potential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) RICK 11 1S t�ballokkAA KEY MAP INFORMATION PAI6B-LM - 5,500 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS •4.6DU's?AC -47DU3 - 10OAC NOTES • Roads ore for IIIIannon a purposes only Find alignment to be determined at Tmlani a Mop Stage • Find location site and design of Water Qualm Bane subtest to res ies ad apprn al of the Wale, Qualm Management Plan • Fuel naaditamon retnatemeits fa fire safe* apph to some Kraft Ngo See Section 41 for deals and reference tocii es • Water Quahn Basins shall comps rich latest reguirenems from the Regional Water Quart. COMMA Board • Water Quelih Basins located in PA 13 and PA i I B Roripaugh Ranch 250 0 250' 500' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-33 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGIIHORII000 DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-34 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.9 PLANNING AREAS 17A AND 17B Descriptive Summary Planning Areas 17A and 17B, as shown in Figures 4-10 and 4-11, provide for the development of single family residential in an underlying zone of Low Medium (L). Planning Area 17A totals 34.0 acres and is planned for 122 units at a density of 3.6 du/ac. Planning Area 17B totals 7.9 acres and is planned for 37 units at a density of 4.7 du/ac. Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access to Planning Areas 17A and 17B shall be determined when tentative tract maps or development plans are prepared. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Planning Areas 17A and 17B prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The location and the design of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. Long straight roadways should be avoided to reduce the potential for higher traffic speeds. As with other planning areas, roadways shall be designed for adequate horizontal, vertical and stopping sight distances. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 2. A Fuel Modification Zone, as illustrated in Figures 4-73 through 4-83, shall be located along the northern perimeter of Planning Area 17A adjacent to Planning Area 13 in accordance with AD161-SHCP. One restricted and secured access point into the fuel modification zone shall be provided and approved by the Fire Department prior to approval of the tentative tract map. 3. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA for residential Tots. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project WaII/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2- 43), shall be located along the southern perimeter of Planning Area 17B. The optional View fence may be provided along the southern boundary depending on a noise study. 2. A Habitat View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-39), shall be located along the perimeter of Planning Area 17A adjacent to Planning Area 13. This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-35 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS by builders. 3. Prior to the installation of the Habitat View Fence, a temporary fence shall be installed by the developer to separate the habitat area from the residential area. The design of this temporary fence shall be approved by the City of Temecula and the appropriate resource agency prior to recordation of the final map. The temporary fence shall remain in place until such time the Habitat View Fence is installed by merchant builders. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Ilot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Areas 17A and 17B. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Areas 17A and 17B. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-36 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-10 Ronpaugh Ranch Speaf c Plan (SPA #4) PASO 2.6 AC PA 13 187.3 AC RICK •s Y % Roripaugh Ranch PA 1 15.8 Ali 17Dll'k KEY MAP INFORMATION PAI7A-LM - 6,000 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS -3.6DU's/AC - 122 Dl's -34.0 AC LEGEND nPotential Access Point (See Section 2 2 for Circulation) WProposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) Fire Department Emergency Access Point NOTES • Roads are for dlostrnn a purposes mh Final Aprons to be detonated as 7erarse Map Stage • Final locaron, sus and design of Wald Quahn Ravin sntryecr ts� res less and appros of of the Wald Qualu Management Plan • Fuel modiftcalinn requrameas for fire safes, appls to some Montana Areas See SMion 4 1 for deals and reference locatuns • %aler Qualm Barns shall oomph ouh laest requirements frun, the Regnnal W'ner Qtalits ('m«ol Board • Pt stet Qualm Basin located on PA 3113 250' 0 250' 500 fiD la�lr RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-37 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 4-38 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PIAN SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGH HORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-11 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SPA 04) 2r•At PA I3 157.3 AC PA I6A 16.5 AC PA16B 47 DU's PAI 8A 26.9 RICK \I I Roripaugh Ranch PA 1 13.1 AC 17 L1U' KEY MAP INFORMATION l'A17H-LM - 5.000 Sq FT MINIMI;M LOTS -47Dlfs AC -37Dtfs - 7 9 AC LEGEND ElPotential Access Point (Sec Section 2.2 for Circulation) I [ ] Proposed Water Quality Basin Location I (See Section 2 3 for Details) NOTES • Roads an I. dlmtran.e pvposa mis Final alignment to be determined at !manse Map Stage Final location. we and design of Wurn Qualm %sun stabled to nein, and appro. al of the W Off Quatro Management Plat Fuel modnccmm requrmtctts for fire safer apph to some Planing .Area See Section 4 I for drab and reference location. N ater (Naim Racers 0011 coniph atrh last requirements from the Regional Water Qualm formol Board • W ata Qualm Basin located to PA .31B 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN t (') SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-40 SECTION4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.10 PLANNING AREAS 18A, 18B, AND 18C Descriptive Summary Planning Area 18A, as shown in Figure 4-12, 4-13 and 4-14, provides for the development of single family residential with an underlying zone of Low Medium (LM). Planning Area 18A totals 26.9 acres and is planned for 78 units at a density of 2.9 du/ac. Planning Area 18B, as shown in Figure 4-13, provides for the development of single family residential with an underlying zone of Low Medium (LM). Planning Area 18B totals 6.3 acres and is planned for 28 units at a density of 4.4 du/ac. Planning Area 18C, as shown in Figure 4-14, provides for the development of single family residential with an underlying zone of Low Medium (LM). Planning Area 18C totals 10.5 acres and is planned for 40 units at a density of 3.8 du/ac. Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. The exact location and number of access points for these planning areas shall be subject to review and approval by the City at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Planning Area 18 prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The design and location of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. Long straight roadways should be avoided to reduce the potential for higher traffic speeds. As with other planning areas, roadways shall be designed for adequate horizontal, vertical and stopping sight distance. 4. Two pedestrian crossings will be provided across "North loop Road" to the satisfaction of the Public Works Director. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 2. A River Walk, as illustrated in Figures 2-17, trail is recommended along the southern boundary of Planning Area 18C per the Pedestrian/Bicycle Master Plan identified in Section 2.0: Specific Plan Components. 3. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43), RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-41 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS shall be located along the western perimeter of the Planning Areas 18B and 18C, and the southern perimeter of Planning Area 18C.. The optional View Fence may be provided along the western boundary of the planning areas depending upon the results of a noise study. 2. A 3 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-44), shall be located along the southern perimeter of Planning Area 18C. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City Standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2,4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Areas 18A, 18B, and 18C. T[mine and Responsibility of [mprovements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Areas 18A, 18B, and 18C. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-42 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SPA #4) LEGEND PA 17A 34.0 AC 122 DU's ® Potentia) Aces Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) T Proposed Weser Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) ® Fire Depmbnint Emergency Access Point PA26 20.1 AC PA24 12,6 AC -•� 17.6 AC 25 DUs Roripaugh Ranch RICK PA 19 MAC 17 DUs PA13 187.3 AC PA25 4.8 AC KEY MAP INFORMATION PA18A-LM • 7,000 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS • 2.9 DUs /AC - 78 DU's -26.9 AC NOTES • Rock are for sllustrau s e purposes nil, Final alignme u to be detesmtned al Tmtan a Map Stage • final location. soli and design of Wales Qualm Basins subfecl to mien and apps, al of the M *c Osuln, Masagensnv Plan • fuel nudrliranon requirements fn fire safes, awls m some Planning Areas See Section 4 I fa details and reference locations Wales Qudlh Banns shall oomph ssrth latet reguirensents from the Regs.n•1 Maier ()smith control Baud • Wats Quail', Burns locales] in PA UB and PA I `+ 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN Figure 4-12 411 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4.44 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-13 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SPA #4) PA30 2.6 AC PA 13 187.3 AC PAI6A 16.8 AC 67121LRa__ PA 1613 i@ C 47 DU's PA 18A 26.9 AC INFORMATION PA I8B • LM - 5,000 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS -4.4DUs /AC - 28 DU's - 6.3 AC LEGEND ElPotential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) PAI 15.8 A4 NOTES ' 17 DLP • Roads are for dlustratrse purposes ord. Final alnpurwni w be delennined al Temause Map Suave I 1 i RICK • Fid location. SIM and design of Vista Qualm naso, subfe 1 ro is, reu and appws al of lbr Walfa (halm Manayemenr Plan • Fuel modification requirements for fife safe() appts to some Pta nrng .Mem See Saban 41 for details sd reference ballon) • Artier Qualn+ Bans 511311 comply won lalesr fegwrernmts from the Regional Waxer Qualm Control Board • Water Quoin. Ban lowled in PA 3113 Roripaugh Ranch 250 0 250 500' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PIAN 4-45 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-46 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-14 LEGEND PA 17A 34.0 AC 122 DU's PA ISA Ac i8 DU's nPotential Access Point l See Section 2.2 for C irculalion) nProposed Water Quality Basin Location 'See Section 2.3 for Details) PA26 20.1 AC PA 19 151 AC 17 Xis PA24 12.6 AC• ' 71 Ws A 1 8C 0.5 AC 401:41 PA20A 20.4 AC D1 • PA20B 17.6 AC 25 DUs Roripaugh Ranch KEY MAP INFORMATION PA IBC - LM - 5.400 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS -3.8DU's /AC - 40 DU's - 10.5 AC NOTI s • Roads aft for IIIi011ali, c purposes soils Find alignment to he Antrmmel al 1011011, 0 Slap Stags: • Final location. ,,,e and dt+lgn of Water Qualm Bfsm subject to res less and apprn, al of the AA Mel QUY1n Management Plan • Fuel mtdlficanon reguirern01n for firs mien spur, In some Planing Ares Set Sevum 4 1 for detail-, and rderence locations • PA2 5 48 AC • W 1111 Qualm Baan 1(x -sled 1n PA I `r Water (Nadirs Basins shall camels ,snih !sant regusremcnLs from the Revisal Water ()Latin ( .hind Fkwd 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-47 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHRORIIOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAIJGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 448 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.11 PLANNING AREA 19 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 19, as shown in Figure 4-15, provides for the development of single family residential with an underlying zone of Low (L). Planning Area 19 totals 15.8 acres and is planned for 17 single family dwelling units at a density of 1.1 du/ac. Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. The number and locations of street access for Planning Area 19 shall be subject to review and approval by the Director of Public Works at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Pedestrian access which connects to the equestrian trail, as shown in the Pedestrian/Bicycle Master Plan in Section 2.0: Specific Plan Components is recommended to be provided in this Planning Area. 3. Pedestrian access acceptable to the Fire Department shall be provided from this planning area to the multi -use trail as illustrated in Figure2-17. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Fuel Modification Zone, as illustrated in Figures 4-73 through 4-83, shall be located along the northern perimeter of the planning area adjacent to Planning Area 13 in accordance with AD161-SHCP. 2. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A Habitat View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-39), shall be located along the northern and upper eastern perimeter of the planning area. This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by merchant builders consistent with Figure 2-39. 2. Prior to the installation of the Habitat View Fence, a temporary fence shall be installed by the developer to separate the habitat area from the residential area. The design of this temporary fence shall be approved by the City of Temecula and the appropriate resource agency prior to recordation of the final map. The temporary fence shall remain in place until such time the Habitat View Fence is installed by merchant builders. 3. A Project Wall, as illustrated in Figures 2-38, 2-40 and 2-41, will be provided for all interior privacy walls. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-49 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43), shall be located along the northern, eastern, and southern perimeters of the planning area adjacent to the multi -use trail. 5. A Split -Rail Fence, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences (Figures 2-38 and 2-44), shall be located along the eastern perimeter of the planning area. One opening per for off-site property shall be provided in the Split -Rail Fence to allow access to the trail from off- site properties. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 5.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 19. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 19. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-50 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-15 azi g fn a a A LEGEND PA 1 7A 34.0 AC. 122 D1h i_PA13'�L est 10 180.7 AC Potential Access Point (See Section 22 for Circulation) 63 AC 8 IAA Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2 3 for Details) Fue Department Emergency Access Point PA26 20 1 AC PA24 12.6 AC 74 DM PA2OB 17.6 AC 25 DUs Roripaugh Ranch j 1 5 AC rDU C 8 DUs r PA 19 15.8 AC I17DUs t 1 PA20A 20.4 AC 9 DUy-, i' PA25 4.ttAC KEY MAP INFORMATION PA19-L - 1/2 ACRE MINIMUM LOTS - 1.1 DU'a /AC -17DUs • 15.8 AC NOTES • Roads are 1 r illuetrauve purposes only. Final alignment to he determined M Tele/ewe Map Stage Fual location sue and design of Waret Quality Bent. subject to review and approval of the Water Quality Management Plan • Fuel moJi Go nm mquirenmrrW fol aim magi, rSgdy 10 amw Planning Areal. Sec Section 4.1 fot details and reference [neatens • Water Qualm' BuemI shell comply with Ism requirements Innes the Regional Water Quality Control Dowd 250 0 25°' 5 a D RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4 `, 1 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-52 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.12 PLANNING AREAS 2OA AND ZOB Descriptive Summary Planning Areas 20A and 20B, as shown in Figures 4-16 and 4-17, provide for development of single family residential. Planning Area 20 totals 12.2 acres and is planned for 29 units at a density of 2.4 du/ac, with an underlying zone of Low Medium (LM). Planning Area 20B totals 17.6 acres and is planned for 25 units at a density of 1.4 du/ac, with an underlying zone of Low (L). Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. The exact location and number of access points for these planning areas shall be subject to review and approval by the Director of Public Works at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Planning Areas 20A and 20B prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The design and location of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. A pedestrian crossing across Loop Road is required to be provided from these planning areas to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works. 4. Pedestrian access acceptable to the Fire Department shall be provided from either Planning Area 2013 or 21 to the multi -use trail on the southern perimeter. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Landscape Master Plan (Figure 2-33), shall be provided. 2. A fifteen (15) foot wide multi -use trail easement within a thirty (30) foot fuel modification zone, as illustrated in Figure 2-11, 4-13 and 4-16, shall be located along the eastern and southern perimeters of Planning Area20B. 3. Paseos are required to connect Planning Area 20B to the equestrian trail identified in the Pedestrian/Bicycle Master Plan shown in Section 2.0: Specific Plan Components. 4. Front yard landscaping for Planning Area 20A and 2013 shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2- 43), shall be located along the northern, and western, perimeters of Planning Area 20A, and the southern and eastern perimeters of Planning Area 20B. An Optional View Fence RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-53 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS may be substituted along Loop Road depending on the results of the noise study. 2. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-45), shall be located along Loop Road adjacent to Planning Area 20B. 3. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fenceas illustrated in Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-435, will be provided along the eastern perimeter of Planning Area 20B. 4. A 3 -Rail Lodgepole Pine Fence, as illustrated in Figure 2-38 and 2-44, shall be located along the northern perimeter of Planning Area 20A, and the southern and eastern perimeter of Planning Area 20B. One opening per off-site lot shall be provided in the Split -Rail Fence to allow access to the trail from the off-site properties. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. The developer shall enter into an agreement with the adjacent property owner for any off-site grading required. The agreement shall be completed prior to the issuance of any grading permits in Planning Areas 20A, 20B and 21. All graded slope areas shall be landscaped. The developer shall install landscaping on all slope areas. The landscaping shall be maintained by the property owner. 3. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 4. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Areas 20A and 20B. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Areas 20A and 20B. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-54 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-16 LEGEND Potential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2 3 for Details) NOTES • Roach are for Wash -mit e purposes sells Find dst;susxrn to be dnermned r 101112111r %lap Stage • Fund locauat sue and design of Wein Qualin Baton 1410 o res tett and appros d of the Water Pb' RWnernent Plan • Full _odth alion rrquremenu fn fire safe!` *ph 10 roma Manny Areas "tee tiewron 4 1 for detels rd reference locations • Wates Qualm Bases shall c.mpls a nh latest requirements from the Regnnal Water Qualm Comm! Board PA26 20 1 AC PA24 1 12.6 AC(� 74DU's 1� KEY MAP INFORMATION PA 20A - LM - 5,400 SQ FT. MINIMUM LOTS - 1 4 DUs /AC -29 DUs -20.4 AC PA 18C 10.5 AC 40 DUs PA 19 15.8 AC 17 DUs RICK L 19 UNITS g�r Roripaugh Ranch PA20B 17.6 AC 25 DUs 250' 0 250 500 PA25 48 AC RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-56 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-17 Ron paugh Ranch Specific Plan (SPA #4 LEGEND ElPotential Access Point 1See Secnon 2 2 for Circulation) ElProposed Water Quality Basin Location (Sex Section 2 3 for Details) r N(TTFS • Roab are for dluuraur a purposes only Earl dolman so be daananed a Twining. Map Syne • Final lacaame sire and design of Nate, Qualm Baan subject to res rem and appros al of the N aim Quairh Maugenant Plan • Fuel modification requirements for fire sales aprls io some Planing Area tier Section .1 1 I:n details and reference Mentions • N as Qualm Barns shall comp', null Ims,i requirements from de Regional Water Qualm Control (load • N as Qualm Balms located in PA '-tIA and PA .1 PA26 20.1 AC I:GY MAP INFORMATION PA2013-L - 20,000 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS - 1.4 D1ls IAC •2SDU's - 17.6 AC ■ PA24 12.6 AC 74 Dile J„ r . .010.11111111111111. • 88 UNITS 19 RICK L 19 UNITS Roripaugh Ranch PA20B 17.6 AC 25 DUs U PA I SC I0.5AC PA19 40 DITs IS .S AC 17 (K I's * -= — --_ PA20A 4 AC DL .1 • 250' 0 250' PA25 4.8 A( 5C.° tlr'D RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAIIGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4.5B SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.13 PLANNING AREA 21 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 21, as shown in Figure 4-18, provides for the development of single family residential. Planning Area 21 totals 14.8 acres and is planned for 19 units at a density of 1.3 du/ac, with an underlying zone of Low (L). Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access into Planning Area 21 from Loop Road shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared and shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. A pedestrian crossing will be provided across Loop Road. 3. Pedestrian access acceptable to the Fire Department shall be provided from either Planning Area 20B or 21 to the multi -use trail on the southern perimeter. Lapdsca,pe and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-33 and 4-55 through 4-59 shall be provided along Loop Road. 2. An Auto and Pedestrian Gated Entry is optional per the decision of the Developer. 3. A fifteen (15) foot wide multi -use trail easement within a thirty (30) foot fuel modification zone, as illustrated in Figures4-73 through 4-83, or as approved by the Fire Department shall be located along the southern perimeter of the planning area. 4. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. 5. All front yard landscaping within this planning area shall be installed per the landscaping requirements outlined in Section 4.1 Landscape Concept and Material Guidelines. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2- 43), shall be located along the southern and western perimeters of the planning area. A View Fence may be substituted along Loop Road depending on the results of a noise study. 2. A Project Wall, as illustrated in Figures 2-38 and 2-40, will be provided along the eastern perimeter of the planning area. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-59 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 3. A 3 -Rail Lodgepole Pine Fence, as illustrated in Figure 2-38 and 2-44, shall be located along the southern perimeter of the planning area. 4. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine Fence, as illustrated in Figure 2-38 and 2-45, shall be located along Loop Road adjacent to the northern perimeter of the planning area. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, "North Loop Road", "South Loop Road" or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. The developer shall enter into an agreement with the adjacent property owner for any off-site grading required. The agreement shall be completed prior to the issuance of any grading permits in Planning Areas 20A, 20B and 21. All graded slope areas shall be landscaped. 3. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 4. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 21. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 21. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-60 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DFSCRIPTIONS Figure 4-18 (t# vdS) ueid Des Owed 46neduaa (NOV 39V1S 0131d1131111 f•` SDlrT1� / �fkip /r PA27 2I 3 ,AC OA 1) PA 19.9 AC NOTES • Roads re for dltamrain a purposes onh Final alignment lo be determined r Tentau.e Map Stays • Final locum, we and design of Wier Qualm Burro sublen to m,ew rd ippon d of the Nate Qualm Management Plan • Furl moddicalicn rcqurrmont. for foe ulch appt, k, vot► Planning 4c9., Six So:lion 4 1 tor dela& and refererlc kxrtms • N' for Quinn, Banco shall oompl. nnh hint regoremeus from the Regiatal Nates Quality ('inirol Board PA26 20.1 AC LEGEND .6 AC 44 Dlrs LIP" s _ PA2 1 PA2OB 14.8 AC 17,6 AC 14 tars 25 DU's KEY MAP �y PA24 12.6 AC 74 DlTs 20A ElPotential A(xess Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposed Wye Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) Roripaugh Ranch INFORMATION PA 21 - L - 20,000 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS - 1.3 DU's /AC - 19 DUs -148AC 250' 0 25d 500' a DD RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN * '' SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-62 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.14 PLANNING AREA 22 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 22, as shown in Figure 4-19, provides for the development of single family residential. Planning Area 22 totals 19.9 acres and is planned for 88 units at a density of 4.4 du/ac with an underlying zone of Medium 1 (M1). Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. The exact location and number of access points for this planning area shall be subject to review and approval by the Director of Public works at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Planning Area 22 prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The location and design of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Community Entry Monument is required for this planning area. Refer to Section .1 for monumentation development guidelines (Figure 2-34). 2. A Card Key Gated Auto and Pedestrian Entry, as illustrated in Figure 4-49, is optional per the decision of the Developer. 3. A Parkway Street Treatment, as depicted in the Plateau Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-32 and 3-24 through 3-30), shall be provided along Butterfield Stage Road. 4. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 5. A River Walk shall be provided along the northern perimeter of the planning area within Planning Area 26. For development standards refer to Section 2.0 for the Trails Master Plan 6. Paseos will be provided along the northern and northeastern perimeters of the planning area connecting to the River Walk. These paseos are conceptual in nature and the exact location will be determined at the time of the site development permit. 7. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-63 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master -Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43) shall be located along the southern, western, and northern perimeters of the Planning Area. An optional View Fence may be provided along the southern boundary depending upon the results of the noise study. 2. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-45), shall be located along Loop Road adjacent to the southern perimeter of the planning area adjacent to Planning Area 26. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, "North Loop Road", "South Loop Road" or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.1 through Section 2.10 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 1.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 22. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 22. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-64 SECrION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS A S. 070 PA21 14.5 AC 9 DMIL NOTES • Roods are for hllhhslrab a purposes mh Final alignment to he delennln d at Tomtit e Map Srage • Final location. site and design of \Vinci Quinn,' Mums subject to res Feet and approt al of the Water Quelip Mnagement Plat • Fuel na thlcahat requirements for fire sakes apply to some Planing Areas Sec Section 1 1 lar details and reference locations • Willa Qlaltlt Baan shall oomph %Rh Yat repurmwns from the Regional Water Qt+ Ip Curhlrol Board PA26 20.1 AC 23A 6 AC t . •,* -;�- DUs '•[ r f-3 4 LEGEND ElPotential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) ElProposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) RICK Roripaugh Ranch KEY MAP PA24 12.6 AC 74 DUs INFORMATION PA 22 - MI - 4,500 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS - 4.4 riffs /AC - 88 DUs - 19.9 AC PA20B 17.6 AC 25 Dlfs 20A 29 250' 0 250' 500. Figure 4-19 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-6 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-66 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.15 PLANNING AREA 23A Descriptive Summary Planning Area 23A, shown in Figure 4-20, provides for the development of single family residential. Planning Area 23A totals 11.6 acres and is planned for 44 units at a density of 3.8 du/ac, with an underlying zone of Medium 1(M1). Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access into Planning Area 23A shall be reviewed and approved by the Director of Public Works with the Tentative Tract Map. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Planning Area 23A prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The design and location of the secondary entry shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. A pedestrian bridge, as illustrated in Figures 4-24 and 4-48, will be constructed within Planning Area 26 to the school sites (Planning Areas 28 and 29) and the community sports park (Planning Area 27) providing direct linkage to the school sites and park. Its final location is subject to adjustment in response to engineering criteria. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 2. A River Walk shall be provided along the northern perimeter of the planning area within Planning Area 26. For development standards refer to Section 2.0 for the Trails Master Plan. 3. A paseo is required along the northwestern portion of the planning area connecting to the River Walk along the south side of the Long Valley Wash and to Planning Area 22. This paseo is conceptual in nature and the exact location will be determined with the site development permit or tentative tract map. 4. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40through 2- 43), shall be located along the southern and northern perimeters of the planning area. An optional View Fence may be provided along the southern boundary depending upon the results of a noise study. RORIPAIJGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-67 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 2. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-45), shall be located along Loop Road, adjacent to the southern perimeter of the planning area. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.5 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 3.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Pian 2.9 Landscape Master Pian 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 23A. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 23A. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-68 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGH BORIIOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-20 D 2 PA27 21.3 AC oOp ROAb NOTES • Roads are fa ilhetmUu plrpoee>t onh. Final alignment la be dalemuned at Tenlatnc Map Stye • Final location site and design of Water Qualm: Ilasms subject n rr new and appros al of the Wales Qmhh Management Plan • Fuer modification reniatements for fire mien apph 10 sane Plwung Areas or Bataan 4 1 for &dads and reference Iocmnons • Winer Qu•Im Basins shill complt laced requirements from the Region Wane Quaint Control Board KI:Y MAP aVoa 3DV1s x1313 LEGEND �r PA21 14.8 AC t9 rxrs nPotential Access Rum (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposed Waier Quality Basin Location (Sec Section 2.3 for Details) PA20B 17.6 AC 25 DU's INFORMATION PA23A-MI - 4,500 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS - 3.8 DU's IAC -44DIA -11.6 AC Roripaugh Ranch 250' 0 250' 500' MITH RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-70 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.16 PLANNING AREA 23B Descriptive Summary Planning Arca 23B, as shown in Figure 4-21, provides for the development of private open space. Planning Area 23B totals 2,5 acres and is planned for a private age -targeted recreation center or traditional family-oriented recreation center in an underlying Private Recreation (RC) zone. A conceptual site plan of the private Age Targeted Recreation Center is depicted in Figure 4-35 of Section 4.1: Valley Design Guidelines. Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access into Planning Area 23B, as well as access between Planning Areas 23A, 23B and 24, shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. 4. A pedestrian bridge, as depicted in Figures 4-24 and 4-48, will be constructed within Planning Area 26, from Planning Area 23B to the school sites (Planning Areas 28 and 29) and the community sports park (Planning Area 27) providing direct linkage to the school sites and park. Its final location is subject to adjustment in response to engineering criteria. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A River Walk shall be provided along the northern perimeter of the planning area within Planning Area 25. For development standards refer to Section 2.0 for the Trails Master Plan. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A A 3 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence shall be located along Loop Road adjacent the northern perimeter of the planning area, and adjacent to Planning Area 26 (See Figures 2-38, 2-44, and 2-45). This fence shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by builders consistent with the Walls and Fences Master Plan identified in Section 2.0: Specific Plan Components Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-71 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 1.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 23B. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Exhibit 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 23B. RORIPAUGH RANCII SPECIFIC PLAN 4-72 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-21 ltr# VdSl ueld ovaeds 4Oue6 46neduo8 UvOl3DVJ.5 a ldlrlda S'p�Tfl fI' ROAD PA27 21.3 AC • U' mc. Qualm Basins shall ccmph ssnh Imes rryuncmoxs from thr Rriponal Water Qualm t onitrd Hoard NOTES • Roads are fw,lhatratise purposes nnh Final alignment to he determined at Tentahse Myr Stage • Final [mutton. sum and design of Water (hint Bas,m subject to rests*. and woo d of the %ale Qudin Management Plan • Furl modification requirements for fire safety nppls to sop, !laming Anus. Sce Setuou 41 for details on,1 iriticnce locations PA23= 19.9 AC s PA26 20.1 AC LEGEND 3 1 .6 AC DUs I' Ra PA2I 14.8 AC KEY MAP PA24 12.6 AC 74 DU's OA ® Polenlial Access Point (See Section 2.2 1'or Circulation) RICIN INFORMATION PA 2313 - OS • RECREATION CENTER -2.SAC Roripaugh Ranch 250' PA20B 17.6 AC 25 DU's 0 257 RURIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-73 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4.74 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.17 PLANNING AREA 24 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 24, as shown in Figure 4-22, provides for the development of single family residential. Planning Area 24 totals 12.6 acres and is planned for 74 units at a density of 5.9 du/ac, with an underlying zone of Low Medium (LM). Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. One access point to the planning area will be provided from Loop Road along the southern perimeter of the planning area opposite Planning Area 20A. Access into Planning Areas 23A and 24 as well as access between Planning Areas 23 and 24 shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access from Loop Road and through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint, to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works. 2. Secondary access shall be provided to Planning Area 24 prior to the issuance of the 34th building permit in this planning area. The location and design of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 3. One pedestrian crossing will be provided across Loop Road to satisfaction of the Director of Public Works. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided. 2. A River Walk shall be provided along the northern perimeter of the planning area within the Long Valley Wash (Planning Area 26), For development standards, refer to Section 2.0 for the Trails Master Plan. 3. A paseo will be provided within this planning area. This paseo is conceptual in nature and the exact location will be determined at the final map stage. 4. Front yard landscaping„ shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2- 43 ), shall be located along the southern, northern, and eastern perimeters of the planning area. An optional View Fence may be provided along the southern and eastern perimeter depending upon the results of a noise study. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-75 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 2. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38, 2-44, and 2-45), shall be located along the southern perimeter of the planning area adjacent to Loop Road. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, South Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 1.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.0 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 24. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Exhibit 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 24. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-76 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-22 Ronpaugh Ranch Specdic Plan (SPA p4) P:\_27 21 3 AC' rI NOTES • Rods are for dltatraat a ptrposes tnh Fiat alignment to be determined in Temttabse Map Stage • Final Isxahon. sire and design of Waer Qtdmh. Bastin sublen to mite. and appros al of the Water Qualit. Managernenl Plan • Fuel modification requirements for fire iafets mph to amleaPlanmtg Areas See Section 4 I for details and agfilifinee locations • water Qualm Basins shall cornph ..nth latest requirements fmm the Reginal Wotu Omits Control Board KEY MAP PA26 20.1 AC 19.9 AC PA24 12.6 AC 74 DU's SOUTH PA2T 14.8 AC 19 DU's PA20B 17.6 AC 25 DUs LEGEND ElPotential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) ©Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) RICK INFORMATION PA 24 - LM - 5,400 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS 5.9 DU's /AC -74 DUs - 12.6 AC Roripaugh Ranch 250' 0 250' 500' !ID RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-77 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGIIRORIIOOD OF.SCRu''LIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-7E1 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.18 PLANNING AREA 25 AND 26 Descriptive Summary Planning Areas 25 and 26 as shown in Figure 4-23 and 4-24, provide for the development of open space to function as a regional flood control channel along Long Valley Wash. Planning Area 25 totals 20.1 acres while Planning Area 26 totals 4.8 acres. Both planning areas have an underlying zone of Open Space (0S2). Channel crossings may use hydro arch bridges or other design approved by the City Engineer to allow for a flow through design that minimizes downstream erosion. Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. A pedestrian bridge, as illustrated in Figures 4-24 and 4-48, will be provided to cross Long Valley Wash (Planning Area 26) to link the school sites and sports park with the recreation center in Planning Area 23B and other residential areas south of Planning Area 26. Its final location is subject to adjustment in response to engineering criteria. 2. Vehicular access shall be provided into the flood control channel (Planning Areas 25 and 26) for maintenance purposes only. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. The River Walk shall be provided in Planning Areas 25 and 26 as illustrated in Figures 2-17. Paseos will connect adjacent Planning Areas to the Riverwalk. 2. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A 3 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence will be provided along the northern and southern perimeters of both planning areas separating the residential areas from the River Walk as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-33, 2-38 and 2-45). Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-79 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS of Planning Areas 25 and 26. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Areas 25 and 26. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-80 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIP'T'IONS Figure 4-23 LEGEND PA 17A 34.0 AC 122 DU's QPotential Access Point (See Section 2 2 rot Circulation) PA26 20.1 AC PA24 12.6 AC 74 DU's st t P \x,63 A C DU's PA 19 15.8 AC, 17 Ws' :4114i PA20B _L. 17.6 AC 25 DM Roripaugh Ranch PA 13 187.3 AC PA26 4.8 AC KEY MAI' INFORMATION PA 25 -OS •4.8AC NOTES Roads are fur illteuaire purposaS tub. Final alignment to be Jemntnnl at Tentatt c Map Stag, Fuel meddlesome lesome requirements lir fire sateen app: to some Planning Orem See Section 4 1 for deals and rderence locations 250' 0 250 5° a RORIAPUGH RANCH SPECFIIC PLAN l -n 1 SECTION 4 VALLEY NE1GH80kH00D DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-82 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-24 (WI VdS) Heid 3400dS 4x+e8 ybneduoa PA27 21.3 AC NOTES • Rads are for dhatrslnce purposes ml. hnai alignment to be dmemutudl at Tentatnw Map Stage • Fuel modilicauon requirements for lire safe. apph no some Planning Areas Sac Sentra 4 1 for details and reference locatamn • hnai location of pedeatnon bodge to be determined during the semiotic e map doge KEY MAP avow 39v LEGEND nPotential Access Point (See Section 2 2 for Circulation) C Pedestnan Bridge Rick INFORMATION Roripaugh Ranch PA 26 - OS -20.1 AC PA20B 17.6 AC 25 DU's 250' 0 250' 500' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4 F1 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORIi00D DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-84 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.19 PLANNING AREA 27 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 27, as shown in Figure 4-25 and 4-33, provides for the development of open space. Planning Area 27 totals 21.3 acres and is planned for a public community sports park with an underlying Public Park (P) zone. This park site shall be fully improved and conveyed to the City of Temecula. A conceptual site plan of the Community Sports Park is depicted in Figure 4-33 of Section 4.1, Valley Design Guidelines, Please refer to section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. One access point to the planning area will be provided from Loop Road along the northern perimeter of the planning area. The exact location for this planning area shall be subject to review and approval by the City at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint to the satisfaction of the Community Services Department and the Director of Public Works. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 34 and 4-55 and 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 2. A Community Entry Monumentation, as illustrated in Figure 4-50, shall be provided at the intersection of Butterfield Stage Road and Loop Road. Refer to Section 4.1: Valley Design Guidelines for monumentation development guidelines. 3. A River Walk shall be provided along the southern perimeter of this planning area within the Long Valley Wash as illustrated in Figure 2-17, Valley Pedestrian and Bicycle Circulation Master Plan, 4. A Parkway Street Tree Treatment, as depicted in the Plateau Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2-32 and 3-24 through 3-30), shall be provided along Butterfield Stage Road. 5. A Paseo Entry Gate will be provided at the southeastern comer of the park off the River Walk as illustrated in Figure 4-49, to the satisfaction of the Community Services Department. 6. All plans and facilities shall be reviewed and approved by the Director of Community Services prior to approval of the final map. Facilities shall be oriented toward active uses containing lighted baseball fields and soccer fields. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional View Fence or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2- RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-85 SECTION VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 43), shall be located along eastern perimeter of the planning area. 2. A 3 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence, as illustrated in Figures 2-38 and 2-44 will be provided, along the perimeter of the flood control channel along the southern perimeter of planning area. 3. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence, as illustrated in Figures 2-38 and 2-45 shall be located along Loop Road, adjacent to the northern perimeter of the planning area. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 13 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 27. Timing and Responsibili)X of Improvements Please see Section 6:0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 27. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-86 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-25 0 B CO C 4 avow aovls G1 NOTES • Roads sae for dbsaaaas a purpose ash F. alignment ao be dale®d ai Tan n%a Map Slue . tend lncatin.slro and design of Water Oualiq Barons subjem b rn'iess and apprns al of the Wafer ()union Janagrnnenl Plan • t uei modt(canon requirements for fire safes appls to some Planning .Area See Semon 4 I for deah and mdpemx !mations • Water Quaid) Basins shall cowls sstth latest requirements from the Renal Nater Qualm Conant Board AIYMAP 14.5 AC 19 rata PA20B 17.6 AC 25 DU's LEGEND L: Potential Access Point (Set Section 2 2 for Circulation) I 1 K Roripaugh Ranch INFORMATION PA 27 -OS - SPORTS PARK • 21.3 AC 250' 0 25C aD RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-H7 SECTION VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4 -BB SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.20 PLANNING AREA 28 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 28, as shown in Figure 4-26, provides for the development of 20.4 acres as a Middle School. However, the underlying zone of this Planning Area is Multi -Family (MF) which allows up to 20 du/ac. In the event that the Temecula Valley Unified School District decides to not develop the Middle School, this planning area may be developed at up to 400 multi -family residential units. Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards and conditions allowing for the Planning Area to be developed into a multi -family use. Development of multi -family residential shall not result in an increase in the maximum number of units permitted for the Specific Plan of 2,015 dwelling units. Planning Standards The Temecula Valley Unified School District determines the design elements to be included, and the school facility is not subject to remain if approved by the City of Temecula. The planning standards indicated below may or may not be incorporated into the school's final design. Circulation Standards 1. Access to the planning area will be provided from "North Loop Road" along the northern perimeter of the planning area. The exact location and number of access points for this planning area shall be determined at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 2. A pedestrian bridge, as illustrated in Figure 4-24 and 4-48, will be constructed From Planning Area 23B to Planning Areas 28 and 31A, linking the residential areas south of Planning Area 26 with the school site. Its final location is subject to adjustment in response to engineering criteria. 3. A Card Key Gated Entry is optional per the decision of the Developer, to be provided off the River Walk as illustrated in Figures 2-17 and 4-49. The gates shall be completed at the time the River Walk is completed, Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence as depicted in Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43, shall be located along the southern, eastern, and western perimeter of the planning area. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-89 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 2. A school gate shall be provided within the Project Wall as illustrated in Figures 4-36. 3. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence, as illustrated in Figure 2-38 and 2-45 shall be located along Loop Road, adjacent to the northern perimeter of the planning area. 4. The School Fence along Loop Road, as illustrated in Figure 4-36, shall be compatible with the Fence as illustrated in Figure4-26 . Miscellaneous Standards 1. Architectural elements matching the Roripaugh Ranch style as outlined in Section 4.1 shall be incorporated into the Middle School. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 1.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan Timing and Responsibility of 1mprovementa Please see Exhibit 6.0: Timing and Responsibility of Improvements for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 28. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-90 RICK SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-26 (111 VdS) ueld D!V S 4uue8 On PA13 187.3 AC q7i s ' PA16Br•- s '• DU's -- �� _-•'S PA29 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 12.2 AC PA27 !WOK I'S PARK 21 1 A f� t PA28 MIDDLE SCHOOL 20.4 AC PA 17A 34OAC 122 DUs PA 17B 37 DU's - PA30 2.6 AC 1B AC Roripaugh Ranch INFORMATION PA28 - MF -20.4 AC - MIDDLE SCHOOL SITE LEGEND nPotential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) NOIES Rauh are for Muslim., e purposes taus Final alignment to be determined at Taman, a Map Slave • Final location. sire and design of Nato Qualm Basins submit to net IVA and apprusal of the Wats Quail!. Manaymmt Plan • Fuel modification requirements for (re safe's appls to some Planning Areas See Section 4 I for details and rdenstce locations • Water Oulits Basi% shall comp!, ssmth latest requremens from the Rewonal Maier Ouolmi. t ontrol Board 250' 0 250' 500' QD RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4 91 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGH HORII00D DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUCH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-92 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.21 PLANNING AREA 29 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 29, as shown in Figures 4-27 and 4-37, currently provides for development of 12.2 acres as an Elementary School site. However, the underlying zone of this Planning Area is Multi -Family (MF), which allows up to 20 du/ac. In the event that the Temecula Valley Unified School District decides to not develop the Elementary School, this planning area may be developed with up to 244 multi -family residential units. Please refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards and conditions allowing for the Planning Area to be developed into a multi -family use. Development of multi -family residential shall not result in the overall Specific Plan density exceeding 2.5 dwelling units per acre or an increase in the maximum number of units permitted for the Specific Plan of 2,015 maximum dwelling units. Planning Standards The Temecula Valley Unified School District determines the design elements to be included, and the school facility is not subject to remain if approved by the City of Temecula. The planning standards indicated below may or may not be incorporated into the school's final design. Circulation Standards 1. Access to the Planning Area will be provided from Loop Road along the northern perimeter of the Planning Area. The exact location and number of access points for this planning area shall be determined at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 34 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided. 2. A School Gate will be provided at the southeastern corner of the planning area as illustrated in Figure 4-37. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence, as depicted in Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43, shall be located along the eastern perimeter of the planning area. 2. A Project Wall as depicted in Figures 2-38 and 2-40, shall be located along the southern and eastern perimeter of the planning area. All walls shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by builders. 3. The School Fence along North Loop Road shall be consistent with the Valley Walls and RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-93 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Fences Master Plan identified in Section 2.0: Specific Plan Components. 4. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence shall be located along Loop Road adjacent to the northern perimeter of the planning area. (See Figures 2-38, 2-44 and 2-45) Miscellaneous Standards 1. Architectural elements matching the Roripaugh Ranch style as outlined in Section 4.1 Valley Design Guidelines shall be incorporated into the Elementary School. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Exhibit 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 29. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-94 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-27 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SPA #4) PAl3 187.3 AC •��� '" PA30 ''� PA29 2.6 AC -..\---M------------ ` ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 121 AC PA 17A 34.0 AC 122 DU's PA 17B 7.9 AC 37 DU's PA27 SPORTS PARK 21.3 AC i 1\1 K PA28 MIDDLE SCHOOL 20.4 AC Roripaugh Ranch KEY MAP INFORMATION PA29 - MF - 12.2 AC - FI.FMFNTARY SCHOOI. SITE LEGEND Potential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Cireulation) nProposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) NOTES • Roads are for tllustrats a purposes onh Final alignment in he determined at -rattans c Map Stage • Final location. sire and deetgn sir waits Quality Rasing auhlctit M res less and appros al of the Water t)ualnn Management Plan • Fuel modification requirements for fire safes apph to some Planning Arras Sae Section a 1 for deiatls mJ reference locations • Haler ()aJiis Blains shall amtpls synth latest rectunr mens from the Regnortal Water Qualm Corard Board 250' 0 250' 500' 4D RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN ; q SI:CPION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-96 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.22 PLANNING AREA 30 Descriptive Summary Planning Area 30, as shown in Figures 4-28 and 4-34, provides for the development of a private recreation center. Planning Area 30 totals 2.6 acres in the Private Recreation (RC) zone. This recreation center will be the family-oriented center to serve the residents of Roripaugh Ranch. A conceptual site plan of the recreation center is depicted in Figure 4-34 of Section 4.1, Valley Design Guidelines. Please refer to Section 5.0, Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. One access will be provided to Planning Area 30 from "North Loop Road" this access shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. The Recreation Center as shown in Figure 4-34, will be constructed by the developer and shall include, but will not be limited to, the recreational amenities outlined in Section 4.1: Valley Design Guidelines. 2. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided along Loop Road. 3. A paseo connection will be provided from either Planning Area 31A or Planning Area 31B, to link the recreation center. This paseo is conceptual in nature and the exact location will be determined at the final map stage. Walls and Fences Standards 1. A 2 -Rail Lodgepole Pine View Fence, as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-45), shall be located along Loop Road, adjacent to the northeastern perimeter of the planning area as illustrated in Figure 2-38. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 3.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 1.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-97 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 30. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Exhibit 6.0: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 30. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-98 R sEcriDN 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-28 to v PA30 2.6 AC PA 13 187.3 AC PA 16A I6.8 AC 61Dkra— PA 16B 47 DUs PAM 26.9 AC ?A DUs RILK Roripaugh Ranch IPA 15 15.8 AI 17 DU ®aa KEY MAI' INFORMATION PA30 - OS - RECREATION CENTER (Privale) - 2.6 AC LEGEND Potential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) ElProposed Water (lite Basin Location (See Section 2 3 for Details) NOTES • Roads are for $11uman'r ptopcxes evils final alibmmml to be determined at remains Nap Stage • Final location. stio and dargn of V. mei Qualm Baine subject to res ins and appros al of the Nater Qualm Management Plat • Fuel modification requirements for fire safer appls to some Planning Anna See Section d I for detail and reference locations • Water Qualm Resins sfsdl cs*nph sstdn linen napere netts from the Rcgsmal Waw Qualm Control Hord 500 eS).4 • N ate' Qsuhts Basin located in PA3I R 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC: PLAN 4.99 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHHORHOOI) DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-1D0 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.23 PLANNING AREA 31A AND 31B Descriptive Summary Planning Areas 31A and 31B, as shown in Figure 4-29 and 4-30, provide for the development of single family residential. Planning Area 31A totals 12.2 acres and is planned for 88 units at a density of 7.2 du/ac with an underlying zone of Medium 2 (M2). Planning Area 31B totals 14.2 acres and is planned for 67 units at a density of 4.7 du/ac with an underlying zone of Medium 1 (M1). Refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access points to the planning areas will be provided from "North Loop Road" along the eastern perimeter of the Planning Area. Potential access points as depicted are conceptual. Access points into Planning Areas 31A and 31B shall be determined when tentative tract maps are prepared. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works. Secondary access shall be provided into Planning Areas 31A and 31B prior to the Issuance of the 34th building permit. The location and design of the secondary access shall be subject to approval by the City. 2. Pedestrian crossings will be provided across "North Loop Road" to the satisfaction of the Public Works Director. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Loop Road Treatment, as illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan (Figures 2- 33 and 4-55 through 4-59), shall be provided. 2. A paseo will be provided within the planning area to connect with the River Walk as shown in Figure 2-17. The paseo is conceptual in nature and the exact location will be determined at the final map stage. 3. A Card Key Gated Auto and Pedestrian Entry is optional per the decision of the Developer. 4. Front yard landscaping, shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional project wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence for these planning areas shall be located along the western and southern perimeter of Planning Area 31A (adjacent to Planning Area 25), and the southern and eastern perimeters of Planning Area 31B as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2- 38 and 2-40 through 2-43). An optional View Fence may be provided along the eastern RORI PAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-101 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS boundary depending upon the results of a noise study. All walls shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by builders. 2. A Project Wall, as illustrated in the Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2- 40), shall be located along the northern perimeter of Planning Area 31A. All fences shall be of the same uniformity and design as it is installed by builders consistent with the Walls and Fences Master Plan identified in Section 2.0: Specific Plan Components. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Prior to approval of the precise grading plan, a noise mitigation analysis shall be performed for residences within 200 feet of the edge of right-of-way of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Loop Road, or any other noise sensitive uses on the project site potentially exposed to exterior noise levels. The analysis must demonstrate that planned noise protection will meet City standards to the satisfaction of the Community Development Department. 2. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.8 Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 3. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Areas 31A and 31B. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Exhibit 6.0; Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 31A and 31B. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-102 SECTION 4 VALLEY NIIGIIHORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4.29 Ronpaugh Ranch Speafic Plan (SPA #4) PA13 1873 AC PA 16A 16.8 AC 67 DUa PA 17A 340 AC 122 Dlfs PA 1713 7 AC 37 Dl l's axis Jn KEY MAP • • ` ` PA 3 I Ili\'•\ 2Ac \ DU's (40; N( )TES • Roads arc for !Yuman, c purposes ads Final alrgimeru to be delemrned al 1 mtarn c Map Stage PA27 SPORTS PA28 PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL 2I.3 AC 20.4 AC LEGEND ElPotential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) ED Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for 1 mails) RICK INFORMATION • PA3IA-M2 • 3,600 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS - 6.7 DU's /AC -88DUs - 12.2 AC Roripaugh Ranch Final location. site end design of Winer Qualm Basins subject iii res ratio and appros at of the Watt Qualm Management Plan • Fuel moSficaaam wamesma r ret fire saran apps in some Playbill Alva Stw 54414m 4 1 For details and rete neg lcolipr • Nater ()unlit, Basins dull comph ssiih talent requirements from the Regional Water Qualm ('nntrol Board 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-144 SECTION 4 VALLEY NHIGIIRORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-104 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRII'TIONS Figure 4-30 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SPA K4) PA30 2.6 AC PAI3 187 3 AC PA16A 16.! AC PAI6B 47 DUs PAISA 26.9 RICK Roripaugh Ranch PAIS/15.8A 17DUk KEY MAP INFORMATION PA3IB - MI - 4.000 SQ. FT. MINIMUM LOTS - 4.7 Din /AC - 67 DUs - 14.2 AC LEGEND 1-1 Potential Access Point (Sec Section 2 2 for Circulation) 1] Proposed Water Quality Basin Locatam (Sec Section 2 3 for Details) NOTES • Roads are for dlintrurse purposes orals Final alignment to be determined a Tani/We Map Stage Fatal location, site and design of Mata Owlets Is Basins subien to res less and apprm al of the Moir. Quakes Mnageman Plan Fuel mollification requirement for fire salts aggds qui some Planning Areas See Suction 4 I for details and reference location W aro Qualns Basins shall rompls unh truest requirement Inset the Reginal Mat, Qunho Control Board 250' 0 250' RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN a- 1',;" SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAIIGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-106 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.24 PLANNING AREA 33A Descriptive Summary Planning Area 33A, as shown in Figure 4-31, provides for the development of single family residential. Planning Area 33A totals 10.3 acres and is planned for 15 dwelling units with a density of 1.5 du/ac in the Low (L) zone. This Low Density Residential use has been planned for this area in an effort to buffer the existing Low Density Residential uses adjacent to Roripaugh Ranch. Refer to Section 5.0: Zoning for lot development standards. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. Access points to the planning area will be provided from Nicolas Road. The exact location and number of access points for this planning area shall be subject to review and approval by the City at the tentative tract map stage. Access points shall be designed and located to provide adequate and safe access through adjacent planning areas from a traffic and fire safety standpoint. Landscape and RecreationStandards 1. A Card Key Gated Auto and Pedestrian Secondary Entry, as illustrated in Figure 4-90, is optional per the decision of the Developer, to be provided off of Nicolas Road into Planning Area 33A. 2. A Community Entry Monument will be provided at the intersection of Butterfield Stage Road and Nicolas Road. Refer to Section 4.1: Valley Design Guidelines for monumentation development standards. 3. Front yard landscaping shall be installed by the builder and maintained by the homeowner or HOA. Walls and Fences Standards 1. An Optional Project Wall or Partial Project Wall/Partial Glass or View Fence shall be located along each perimeter of the planning area as illustrated in the Valley Walls and Fences Master Plan (Figures 2-38 and 2-40 through 2-43). An optional View Fence may be substituted for the Project Wall depending upon the results of a noise study. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 2.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2 Circulation Master Plan 2.3 Drainage Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-107 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Please see Section 4.1 (Valley Design Guidelines) for criteria related to the development of Planning Area 33A. 3. Planning Area 33A shall have a minimum one acre Tots along the Western boundary and minimum .5 acre lots elsewhere. Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Exhibit 6: Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 33A. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-108 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-31 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan ISPA #4) PA33B TRAILHEAD AND PARK AND RIDE. 2 1 AC 4.47 PA33A R / 10.3 AC • PAIO I PA9B 8.1 AC OPEN SPADE. 14 DUs 7.9 AC It NURRICTq--"_�_--- 110T SPRINGS RD PAI I COMMERCIAL r1 152 AC J PAI2 01 136 DUs 16.0 AC / ' 15 DUs IN / f PA27 21.3 AC DICK PA 13 187,4 AC Roripaugh Ranch A14 A AC 90 DUs PAIS AC INFORMATION PA33A - L - 20.000 SQ. FT MINIM' JM LOTS - 1.5 DU's /AC' -ISDU's • 10.3 AC LEGEND Potential Access Point (See Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) NOTES • Roads are for illustrause purposes tells Final alignment to be deiermaned ai Ternaur a Map Stage. Final location. stye and design of Wale, Qualm Ravim suhytx-t xi res le. and approi al of the Walt"( Qualit Management Plat Fuel mndificaum requirements fix fire safer, apph to some Planning Areas See Section 4 I for &lads and reference location Water Qualm Basins shall comply rush latest requirements from the Regional Water Qualm Control Board 250' 0 250' Soo' €11, ttueN RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-109 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-110 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS 4.0.23 PLANNING AREA 33B Descriptive Summary Planning Area 33B, as shown in Figure 4-32, provides for the development of open space. Planning Area 33B totals 2.1 acres and is planned for a 50 space Park and Ride facility combined with a trailhead for the community trail network. The underlying zone for this planning area is Public Parks (P). Development of this facility will be in accordance with criteria established by the direction of the Community Services Department. No residential units are allowed in this Planning Area. Planning Standards Circulation Standards 1. The exact location and number of access points for this Planning Area shall be subject to review and approval by the Director of Public Works. 2. The design of the Park and Ride facility shall be approved by the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) and the City of Temecula prior to any construction. 3. Appropriate lighting shall be incorporated into the facility to ensure safety and promote usage. 4. All bus shelters shall be designed so they are consistent with the design theme of the project. Landscape and Recreation Standards 1. A Nicolas Road Treatment, as illustrated in Figures 2-33 and 4-52 through 4-54, shall be provided adjacent to Planning Area 33B. Miscellaneous Standards 1. Please refer to Section 2.0 for the following Development Plans and Standards that apply site -wide. 1.1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan 2.2Circulation Master Plan 2.3Drainage Master Plan 2.4 Water Master Plan 2.5 Sewer Master Plan 2.6 Grading Master Plan 2.7 Phasing Plan -Public and Private Faculties 2.8 Open Space Recreation & Trails Master Plan 2.9 Landscape Master Plan 2.10 Walls and Fences Master Plan 2. Planning Area 33B shall provide the following improvements: a. A total of fifty (50) parking space Park and Ride facility; b. Six (6) parking spaces for trailers; c. Security lighting; d. Passive recreational area with benches and tables; e. Kiosk for interpretive information for the open space area; RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-111 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS f. Drinking fountains; g. Water for equestrians; h. Staging area for equestrians; and i. Landscaping Timing and Responsibility of Improvements Please see Section 6 Implementation for phasing of improvements within Planning Area 33B. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-112 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Figure 4-32 Ronpaugh Ranch Specific Plan (SPA *4) VJIL PA33B TRAILHEAD AND PARK AND RIDE. 2 I AC' 10 PA9B 1 1 EN SPA 14 DUsUs 7.9 AC ��tG'RRIlTq HOT SPRINGS RD 1f PAII !!r r 1 1 COMMERCIAL I 1 II PA 12 %e / 16.0 AC Jd i 136 nus 10.3 AC 15 DUs RICK / PA27 21.3 AC Roripaugh Ranch PAI 3 187.4 AC )PA 14 M.4 AC 90 DUs PAIS (31AC 4i Us INFORMATION PA33B-OS - TRAILHEAD AND PARK AND RIDE - 2.1 AC I.EGEND 11 Potential Access Point (Sce Section 2.2 for Circulation) Proposed Water Quality Basin Location (See Section 2.3 for Details) NOTES • Roads are for illtalrabsr purposes onh Final alignment to be determined al Tonlanre Map Stage Final location, uie and desien of Water Qualm Basins subject to ret lett and approval of the Water Quali 1 Management Plan Fuel nnldicauat requirements for lire safer appl. in some Planning Arims See tiacunn J I for detarlc and reference locations Water Qualm Basins shall compo lath latest regwrements from the Regional Water Quail a Control Board Water Qualm Basin located m PA33A 250' 0 250' 500' 4D twerj RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1 1 I SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-114 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 4.1 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES The design guidelines contained within this portion of Section 4.0 shall be considered the guidance for the Valley Neighborhood Planning Areas (Phase 11) of the Roripaugh Ranch development. The guidelines presented herein are intended to encourage creative design and individuality. They are intended to assist in providing the continuity and desired planned community image that will make Roripaugh Ranch a unique and special community. These guidelines are intended to complement the master plans identified in Section 2: Specific Plan Components. 4.1.1 LANDSCAPE CONCEPT The landscape concept for the Valley Neighborhood is intended to support the architectural guidelines by defining the community image through preservation of natural open spaces the and development of public and private parks and trails, formal streetscapes that create an inviting atmosphere, distinctive project monumentation and signage, and informal landscaped slopes to provide screening and buffering as the project interfaces with the adjacent land uses. The landscape concept is illustrated in the Valley Landscape Master Plan, Figures 2-33. The areas addressed in the Valley Landscape Master Plan are all major and secondary public roadways, private roadways within planning areas, project monumentation, signage, slopes and buffer areas, public and private parks and recreational facilities, public pedestrian trails, public equestrian trails, fuel modification and re -vegetation of natural open space areas. The landscape concept is intended to unify and shape a planned community whereby the residents that live within the private residential areas are linked to private and public parks, schools and neighborhood commercial establishments through a safe and pedestrian friendly sidewalk and trail system that provides an alternate method of transportation and reduces the necessity for auto travel within the community. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-115 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 4.1.2 PARKS, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE FACILITIES The following describes the public and private parks and recreational facilities that will be incorporated into the Valley Neighborhood in the appropriate planning areas. Public Parks and Recreational Facilities Community Sports Park (Planning Area 27) (See Figures 4-25 and 4-33) This is a 21.3 acre active community sports park serving primarily the Roripaugh Ranch and surrounding community. This park site will be fully improved and dedicated to the City of Temecula. DIF credit may be given pursuant to a development agreement or park improvement agreement. It should be noted that exact facility specifications, as reviewed and approved by the Director of Community Services, will be incorporated into final design and associated construction documents. P Key components for this park include, but are not limited to the following recreational elements: • Two lighted soccer fields (330' x 195) and soccer connection to concessions (ramp) • Two lighted baseball fields (1 field with a 90' infield and 325' outfield, and 1 field with a 90' infield and a 310' outfield) • Concrete seating platform for the baseball fields • Two lighted basketball courts • Improved and expanded picnic areas • Large open lawn - for events, movie nights, picnics and passive sports • Public restroom building (4 restrooms), concession building (8 restrooms) with second story office including elevator • Maintenance/storage building and yard adjacent to the existing curb cut on Butterfield Stage Road • Paved parking with 221 spaces • Nature exploration area • One tot lot play area approximately 4,400 square feet with play structures, slides, and other age appropriate equipment. • One children's play area approximately 1,600 square feet with swing set and other age appropriate equipment See Figure 4-33 for a complete listing of the proposed park facilities and design elements. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-116 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Planning Area 27 - Recreation Center SPORTS PARK SITE PLAN CITY REQUESTED REVISIONS PER DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT O *Keeeneon WWI Wet.N pasteeneM.n.• O 70.001011010710.000 We. g0011171ne407n O Drown' tolerant ;hnt mete, telt O Synthetic furl Soccer new (enlarged to 310'0 195'1 © PLNtroand µ4.0.o to bre. FSC cuntlxds O Co...m*3. ro tont 1100.0 WWI 001.1 O Lo.nle,o.n ol WWI to ka rdea and SIS' o.0Ae1 O Panntiel mnr.vda. to IM Ph..alde. Fgv1nen. end tretlna1 lewdly wnnne1F An. 115 Wane Inducted 1n Conutuetbn Doonwnt. See W11^rll ra. en.dso 000 ncudve moms some.' .n gene-Yee.rc ler sec M Ar whore kw. W fele; penman. and urea -C w1 ry lnFw� i..rcrs, c+:oo,. t+W '.1 U 1.11.1'5 11,1n k l:s^nnn 4V Servo 911.0Fa ADDITIONAL PARK DESIGN ENHANCEMENTS O 1n.nw1d and Mnwnfed Kra,. 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Camerinn smaal 5 p.rppnf IADA/A5 1711 Conp.Wl rad Sed SIA N oaf« vt1dMt1 errwp • Conner. keel IYXorrn ORIGINAL PARK AME NI1IES O Nt4roe1 CaWr. :lnr.n er se 1tL• � RDRrft August 14, 2017 solimm • 111 YeSSYWII Figure 4-33 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PIAN 4-117 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-118 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Private Parks and Recreational Facilities Recreation Center (Planning Area 30) (See Figure 4-34) A 2.6 acre private recreation center is planned within Planning Area 30 along Loop Road adjacent to Planning Area 29 and Planning Area 31. This will be a private recreation center that will only serve the recreation needs of the Roripaugh Ranch project residents. This center shall include the following recreation elements. • Club House/Recreation Center (approximately 5,000 square feet ) • Recreational pool Tot lot with one play structure for ages 2-5 years, swings and other age appropriate play equipment • Children's play area or splash park • Paved parking lot with sufficient capacity to support anticipated demand to the extent feasible and drop-off areas Amenities may be changed or added with the approval of the Director of Community Development. Recreation Center with Option for Age -Targeted (Planning Area 23B) (See Figure 4-35) A 2.5 acre (net pad area/3.2 acre gross lot including slope) private recreation center is planned within Planning Area 23B along the Long Valley Wash "River Walk" and neighboring Planning Areas 22, 23A, and 24. This will be a private recreation center that will only serve the recreation needs of the Roripaugh Ranch project residents. Should age -qualified housing be developed in this area, the center would be oriented to provide amenities serving this age group. This center shall include the following recreation elements. • Club House/Recreation Center (approximately 7,500 square feet). • Recreational pool. • Tot lot with one play structure, swings and other age appropriate play equipment. • Programming to support senior (ages 55+) recreation needs. • Paved parking lot with sufficient capacity to support anticipated demand to the extent feasible and drop-off areas. • Project design may incorporate the slope along Long Valley Wash into the site in order to provide visual interest through terracing. Amenities may be changed or added with the approval of the Director of Community Development. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-119 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Open Space (Planning Areas 9B, 13, 25, and 26) (See Figures 4-1, 4-5, 4-23 and 4-24) Planning Areas 9B and 13 will remain in their current natural condition with the exception of hydro seeding of non -irrigated native plant species mix to provide erosion control in areas disturbed by construction. Fuel modification will occur at the perimeter of these areas adjacent to proposed improvement. (See Figures 4-73 through 4-83). Landscaped areas will not be irrigated. Planning Areas 25 and 26 will include a private River Walk on the north and south sides of Long Valley Wash. Landscaping improvements will consist of permanent landscape and automatic irrigation on slope areas above the access road and outside of the adjacent planning area boundaries. Native plant material will be planted to establish a natural environment. The channel bottom will remain in their natural condition. Please refer to Section 4.1 Valley Design Guidelines. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-120 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESCRIPTIONS Planning Area 30 - Recreation Center 2.6 ACRES •••oeee Tot lot Splash park Open lawn Open gaming lawn Informal orchard Pool Spa • Shade trellis with tables below Q Covered patio with ISISQ islerHJ & tables ® Parking lot - 49 Spates Q Enhanced pedestrian crossing • Raised planters 0, Entry vellis with vines 0 Covered patio with 4 top seating O Fire tables Ji seating O Cabanas O Bocce ball court O DesurnyuseJ Sian tr O Picnic area Q Entry seatwalls and decomposed granite ® Trash enclosure Figure 4-34 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-121 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORI1000 DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-122 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Planning Area 236 - Recreation Center Figure 4-35 2.5 ACRES (NET) - AGE TARGETED 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • Pool m Spa 0 Shade Trellis with lounges below ® Shade Trellis with BBo Island below • Parking Lot - 45 Spaces © Bioretennon Basin • Water Quality measure O Drought tolerant plant materials CI Connection to Long Valley Wash Trail Front Porch Back Porch Terrace with Fire Pits and Seanng Bocce Courts Pickleball Courts Putting Green Tot Lot "Garden" Walk Picnic Grove NORM RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-123 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-124 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 4.1.3 SCHOOL FACILTIES Middle School (Planning Area 28) (See Figure 4-36) A 20.4 -acre Middle School is proposed in Planning Area 28 adjacent to the Community Sports Park (Planning Area 27). The school will include active recreational opportunities (i.e., sports fields, game courts and tennis courts) typical of this use. Joint use agreements with the City of Temecula are encouraged. The conceptual site design and layout illustrated in Figure 4-36 was provided by Temecula Valley Unified School District and coordinated with previous ownership by Ashby USA, LLC. Elementary School (Planning Area 29) (See Figure 4-37) A 12.2 -acre Elementary School is proposed in Planning Area 29 adjacent to the Middle School (Planning Area 28). The school will include active recreational opportunities (i.e., sports fields and game courts) typical of this use. Joint use agreements with the City of Temecula are encouraged. The conceptual site design and layout as illustrated in Figure 4-37, was provided by Temecula Valley Unified School District and coordinated with previous ownership by Ashby USA, LLC. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-125 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-126 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Middle School Figure 4-36 1 Rvripang l 1?anc r RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-127 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-128 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Elementary School Nor° VY)9 Ord Awl AMA 10. MY. 111.011•• AP rte Iwig a l.n.d Wimp Am. T. ti NAmFiA.S.p. (TOD U•iaSAnn td.wi ay Irk. MOA 161•wl-0 Ague. Ihom Atw rmilml Nom Form nip, LS ICDA ne.w..A MeAc Att•t. Plonkng . 16 w•r 11,. Ar Maw Lrab.... --- - _- Sano. SSSS..—IVH.. WAWA. Fly.. MIm OI Honk I.- Snd Planing Aron 17 Saye. FMcng 1' Pluming Arra 29 ::Rawly UII4 Avert rd. rNM* u (34134 rr..r••..•. (MOA• �' r"'•'177CC 1 Roripa►igh Ranch reiitiot F..o WA. am ryes p0A 11110.8M.4) Ord tow Ater Aim _- Seim. fan - -r -- ---/ �ii "arrr:a�� yew rinuiss 11 "r • • "- 9. x'14, Figure 4-37 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-129 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-130 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 4.1.4 TRAIL SYSTEM River Walk - Flood Control Access Road (See Figure 2-17) A River Walk is proposed to be located along both sides of Long Valley Wash between Butterfield Stage Road and the east project boundary as illustrated in Figure 2-17. This trail system will be fully improved with AC paving and decomposed granite (See Figure 4-38) and will serve the residents of the Roripaugh Ranch project as well as the public. The north and south side trails will be linked with a pedestrian bridge across Long Valley Wash within Planning Area 26 as illustrated in 2-33 and 4-48. The River Walk connects Planning Areas 20 through 24 to the Middle School, Elementary School, Recreation Center and Multi- Use Public Trail. All improvements will be subject to review and approval by the City of Temecula. The River Walk will be maintained by the Master Homeowners Association. Bi ycle System (See Figure 2-17) A series of Class II (5' or 6') bicycle lanes are anticipated along Loop Road, Butterfield Stage Road, Roripaugh Valley Road, Fiesta Ranch Road, and Nicolas Road and will connect to the broader community. Sidewalk System (See Figure 2-19) Sidewalks will be provided within Planning Areas 22, 23, 24, 31A, and 31B to connect these Planning Areas to the River Walk that runs along the north and south sides of Long Valley Wash within Planning Areas 25 and 26. This system will connect these Planning Areas to the Community Sports Park, Planning Area 27; Middle School, Planning Area 28; Elementary School, Planning Area 29; Private Recreation Center, Planning Area 30; and Multi -Use Public Trail. Pedestrian Bridge (See Figure 4-48) A pedestrian bridge will be installed within Planning Area 26 that will connect residential Planning Areas 20, 21, 22, 23A and 24 with the Community Sports Park (Planning Area 27), Middle School (Planning Area 28), Elementary School (Planning Area 29) Recreation Center (Planning Area 30), and residential designated Planning Areas 31A and 31B. Public Trail System Multi -Use Trail (See Figures 2-18 and 4-38 through 4-47) The Pedestrian/Bicycle Circulation Master Plan for the Valley as shown in Figure 2-17, calls for a network of bicycle lanes and trails to provide a variety of mobility options for residents as well as project visitors. Ten (10) trail types have been identified, described as follows. A majority are anticipated to be publicly accessible. • Trail Type A - Riverwalk/Long Valley Wash Trail (12' Asphalt/4' D.G. Multi -Use Trail): A River Walk will be located along both sides of Long Valley Wash. The River Walk will include a 12' asphalt multi -use (Class I) path, which will also function as a maintenance road for the Long Valley Wash channel. The Riverwalk will also feature a 4' stabilized D.G. trail. This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-38. A pedestrian trail bridge shall be RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-131 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES provided over Long Valley Wash similar to Figure 4-38. • Trail Type B - Loop Road (10' D.G. Multi -Use Trail): A 10' multi -use (Class I) stabilized D.G. trail will be provided along Loop Road. This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-39. • Trail Type C - Nature Walk Trail within R.O.W. (10' D.G. Multi -Use Trail): Roads that front along the Open Space area (Planning Area 13), will incorporate a 10' multi -use (Class I) stabilized D.G. trail within the R.O.W. This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-40. • Trail Type D - Nature Walk Trail Outside of R.O.W. (10' D.G. Multi -Use Trail): Areas that front along the Open Space area (Planning Area 13) and do not have roadway access, will incorporate a 10' multi -use (Class I) stabilized D.G. trail outside the R.O.W. to provide continuation for the Nature Walk. This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-41. • Trail Type E - Internal Paseo (8' Concrete Trail): Planning areas will be linked to one another by a paseo system. Paseo locations will be identified for review and approval during the time of tentative map submittal. Paseos will consist of an 8' concrete trail. This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-42. • Trail Type F - Paseo Connection to River Walk (6' Concrete Trail): Planning areas will be connected to the River Walk through a series of paseos. Paseo locations will be identified for review and approval during the time of tentative map submittal. Paseos will consist of a 6' concrete trail. This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-43. • Trail Type G - Nicolas Road from Butterfield Stage Road to Calle Girasol (10' D.G. Trail): Nicolas Road, from Butterfield Stage Road to the project boundary, will incorporate a 10' multi -use (Class I) stabilized D.G. trail, and from the project boundary to Calle Girasol will incorporate a 10' multi -use (Class I) asphalt trail. This trail will provide a connection to the Park and Ride/Trailhead facility (Planning Area 33B). This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-44. • Trail Type H - Nicolas Road from Calle Girasol to Joseph Road (15' Asphalt Trail Along Channel): Nicolas Road, from Calle Girasol to Joseph Road, will incorporate a 6' concrete sidewalk within the R.O.W. In addition, a 15' (Class I) asphalt trail will be provided within the Flood Access Easement along Santa Gertrudis Creek Channel. This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-45. • Trail Type I - Equestrian Trail (10' Minimum Native Soil Trail): A 10' minimum, native soil equestrian trail is planned along the southern and eastern boundaries of the project site. This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-46. • Trail Type J: Open Space Trail (5' Native Soil Trail): A 5' native soil open space trail is planned within the Open Space area (Planning Area 13). This trail type is illustrated in Figure 4-47. *Note that facility locations and materials are conceptual in nature and may be modified with the approval of the Director of Community Development. RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-132 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 4-38 OPTIONAL 2:1 SLOPE WHEN NO BIOSWALE 4' HEIGHT LODGEPOLE PINE 3 RAIL FENCE PER CONCEPTUAL WALLS AND .' FENCES MASTER PLAN 12'-0" — - 4'-0' ASPHALT (CLASS 1) STABILIZE MULTI -USE PATH AND D.G. MAINTENANCE ROAD TRAIL (NORTH SIDE ONLY) (NORTH SIDE) LONG VALLEY WASH 16'-O" (SOUTH SIDE - ENTIRE WIDTH OPTIONAL HABITAT MITIGATION AREA STABILIZED D.G. TRAIL BIOSWALE VARIES VARIES o EMWD WINE COUNTRY SEWER (NORTH SIDE ONLY) TRAIL TYPE A RIVERWALK / LONG VALLEY WASH TRAIL - (16' D.G. MULTI -USE TRAIL - SOUTH SIDE) (12' ASPHALT / 4' D.G. MULTI -USE TRAIL - NORTH SIDE) RORIPAIIGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-133 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-134 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 3' HEIGHT LODGEPOLE PINE 2 RAIL FENCE PER CONCEPTUAL WALLS AND FENCES MASTER PLAN PARKWAY 6'-0 2'-0" BIKE LANE ROAD TRAIL TYPE B LOOP ROAD TRAIL (10' D.G. MULTI -USE TRAIL) 6" WIDE CONCRETE HEADER (BOTH SIDES) Figure 4-39 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4.13; SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4136 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES PROPERTY LINE 6' HEIGHT HABITAT FENCE PER CONCEPTUAL WALLS AND FENCES MASTER PLAN EXISTING NATIVE OPEN SPACE R.O.W. LINE Figure 4-40 6" WIDE CONCRETE HEADER CURB AND GUTTER PER CIVIL PLANS 1-- 10'-0• - STABILIZED D.G. TRAIL TRAIL TYPE C NATURE WALK TRAIL WITHIN R.O.W. (10' D.G. MULTI -USE TRAIL) ROAD RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-1:37 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAIJGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-138 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 4-41 PROPERTY LINE 6' HEIGHT HABITAT FENCE PER CONCEPTUAL WALLS AND FENCES MASTER PLAN EXISTING NATIVE — OPEN SPACE — 6" WIDE CONCRETE HEADER (BOTH SIDES) TRAIL TYPE D NATURE WALK TRAIL OUTSIDE OF R.O.W. (10' D.G. MULTI -USE TRAIL) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1 1:N SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-140 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORH00D DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 4-42 6' PROJECT WALL PER CONCEPTUAL WALLS AND FENCES MASTER PLAN LANDSCAPE BUFFER 6' PROJECT WALL PER CONCEPTUAL WALLS AND FENCES MASTER PLAN LANDSCAPE BUFFER VARIES VARIES TRAIL TYPE E INTERNAL PASEO (8' CONCRETE TRAIL) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-141 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-142 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 4-43 TRAIL TYPE F PASEO CONNECTION TO RIVERWALK (6' CONCRETE TRAIL) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 1-113 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-144 SF,CHON 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 444 --- TRAIL EASEMENT LINE R.O.W. LINE STREET TREE 40' 0.C. (PA 33B) -RAIL LODGEPOLE INE FENCE (3' HEIGHT HOA MAINTAINED) 10+ STABILIZED D.G TRAIL (NON-CONTIGUOUS ALONG PARK AND RIDE. CONTIGUOUS TO CURB AT EAST AND WEST ENDS 6'-0" 2'-0" BIKE -0BIKE LANE -4111:211v- 10+ . - ROAD TRAIL TYPE G - NICOLAS ROAD: BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. TO W. PROJECT BOUNDARY (10' D.G. TRAIL) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-149 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-146 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 4-45 SANTA GERTRUDIS CHANNEL NATIVE SOIL R.O.W. LINE al 15'-0" ASPHALT BIKE PATH 20'-0" FLOOD ACCESS EASEMENT 6'-0" 6'-O" CONCRETE BIKE LANE SIDEWALK 2'-O" ROAD TRAIL TYPE H - NICOLAS ROAD: CALLE GIRASOL TO JOSEPH RD. (15' ASPHALT TRAIL ALONG CHANNEL) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-147 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-148 111N 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 446 - V _ WALL OR FENCE PER CONCEPTUAL WALLS AND FENC MASTER PLAN PROPERTY LINE 4' HEIGHT LODGEPOLE PINE 3 RAIL FENCE PER CONCEPTUAL WALLS AND FENCES MASTER PLAN 10'-0" MIN. MULTI -USE NATIVE SOIL TRAIL TRAIL EASEMENT - WIDTH VARIES VARIES ADJACENT PRIVATE PROPERTY TRAIL TYPE I - EQUESTRIAN TRAIL (10' MINIMUM NATIVE SOIL TRAIL) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4.149 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORIIOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-150 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 4-47 TRAIL TYPE J - OPEN SPACE TRAIL (5' NATIVE SOIL TRAIL) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-151 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-152 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES 4.1.5 PROJECT MONUMENTATION Community entries will consist of Community monumentation and Neighborhood monumentation. (See Valley Landscape Master Plan Figure 2-33 for Community Entry Monument locations and Neighborhood Entry Monument locations.) Overall designs will consist of aesthetically blended construction materials, signage, specialty lighting and formal landscaping. All project monumentation will be maintained by the Master Homeowner's Association and will be located outside of public rights of way. All monumentation, signage and wall locations, setbacks and heights will conform to the City of Temecula vehicular sight line and signage standards. Community Monumentation1 Community Monumentation is designed to create a sense of arrival into the project at various locations along the major arterial streets. These entries will create a formal identification for Roripaugh Ranch and will be uniform in their design and landscape. Project monumentations will occur at three locations within Roripaugh Ranch: at the intersections of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and Pourroy Road (Phase I - constructed); Butterfield Stage Road and Nicolas Road/North Loop Road (Phase II); and Butterfield Stage Road and Calle Chapos/South Loop Road between Planning Areas 22 and 32 (Phase Il). These elements are subject to refinement during the final design process. Neighborhood Entry Monumentation (See Figures 2-33. 4-50 and 4-511 Neighborhood Entry Monumentation is intended to create a sense of arrival for individual planning areas as requested by merchant builders. Neighborhood entry monuments are encouraged to be constructed of materials similar to the primary community monuments. Neighborhood monuments should also be generally the same height and width relative to each other to promote thematic consistency within Roripaugh Ranch. (See Figure 4-50 for typical neighborhood entry monument plan and Figure 4-51 for typical neighborhood monument elevation.) RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-153 SECTION 4 INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-154 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Pedestrian Bridge Figure 4-48 RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-156 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Figure 4-49 Typical Gated Entry PRIVATE STREET ' 22' VEHICLE GATE 5' WIDE CURBED MEDIAN / 5' WIDE J SIDEWALK 4' WIDE CURBED MEDIAN 6 9 0' A' VEHICLE GATE ACCESS CONTROL KEYPAD 5' WIDE SIDEWALK 38' PUBLIC STREET RICK 1.4 1ft1 = I l?rnrip;sr ,h Mulch RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-157 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-158 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Project Monumentatlon Figure 4.50 PROJECT WALL NEIGHBORHOOD MONUMENT (CONCEPTUAL) SCREEN SHRUBS ACCENT PLANTNG RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-159 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAIIGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-160 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES Round -About Monumentation Figure 4-51 NEIGHBORHOOD ENTRY MONUMENT TYPICAL LOCATION RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-161 SECTION 4 VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN GUIDELINES INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK RORIPAUGH RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN 4-162 SECTION 4