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2014 12 08 Public Hearing 500 Second Reading Ordinance 2014-34 State Road 434 Code Re-Write COMMISSION AGENDA Informational Consent ITEM 500 Public Hearin s X g Regular December 08, 2014 KS RS Regular Meeting City Manager Department REQUEST: The Community Development Department — Planning Division requests the City Commission consider second reading of Ordinance 2014-34, the re-write of the State Road 434 Corridor Vision Plan. SYNOPSIS: At the November 17, 2014 City Commission meeting, first reading of Ordinance 2014-34 was presented. The City Commission voted to move the ordinance forward to second and final reading subj ect to Section 20-467, Off-street parking and driveway requirements, being revised to incorporate specifications and set ratios for developments that are proposed in the SR 434 overlay corridor. Staff originally proposed allowing applicants to provide a study to determine how much parking is truly necessary for proposed developments in this corridor, as is permitted in the Town Center. The State Road 434 Corridor Vision Plan was adopted by the City Commission in 1997 with the goal of encouraging and providing for enhanced property development in the State Road 434 corridor. It divided the State Road 434 corridor into two separate areas, the New Development area and the Redevelopment area. The New Development area standards currently apply to all properties adjacent to the State Road 434 right-of-way from Hayes Road eastward to the easternmost boundary of the city limits with the exception of all properties within the Town Center and Greeneway Interchange District (GID). The Redevelopment area standards apply to all properties from U.S. 17-92 eastward to Hayes Road. A reading reveals these two standards to be duplicative with the exception of several minor details. Over time, the standards have become out-of-date, and provide less flexibility in the development process than are provided in other areas of the City. It is Staff s opinion that it does not make logical sense to separate the State Road 434 corridor Public Hearings 500 PAGE 1 OF 5- December 08,2014 into two different areas that utilize the same regulations with the exception of several details. Over the past 17 years, the quality of development in both areas of the City under the auspices of these regulations has risen. Staff undertook the task of this update in order to modernize the regulations to make the standards contained within them more flexible, and to provide a better end result in the quality of development for all properties adjacent to the State Road 434 corridor. CONSIDERATIONS: APPLICANT AND PROPERTY INFORMATION: . Applicant name and address and authorized representative: City of Winter Springs, 1126 East State Road 434, Winter Springs, FL 32708. . Propertv owner's name(s): Not applicable . Pro�erty addresses: Not applicable . Property Parcel ID numbers: Not applicable . Current FLUM Desi�nations: Not applicable . Current Zonin�Desi�nations: Not applicable • Previously Approved Development permits such as conditional use, waiver, or variance (if any): Not applicable . Development A�reements (if any�: Not applicable . Pendin� Code Enforcement Actions (if any): Not applicable . City Liens (if any): Not applicable APPLICABLE LAW. PUBLIC POLICY. AND EVENTS Florida Statutes 163.2511-163.3246: (Provides that land development regulations for municipal planning be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan). Florida Statute 166.041 Procedures for adoption of ordinances and resolutions. Florida Statute 316.2126 Winter Springs Charter Article IV. Governing Body. Section 4.06. General powers and duties. Section 4.15. Ordinances in General. City of Winter Springs Comprehensive Plan Winter Springs Code of Ordinances, Chapter 20, Article VI State Road 434 Corridor Vision Plan DISCUS SION: For some time, an update of the State Road 434 Corridor Vision Plan has been warranted. Over time, the standards have become out-of-date, and provide less flexibility in the development process than are provided in other areas of the City. Additionally, it does not make logical sense to separate the State Road 434 corridor into two different areas that are Public Hearings 500 PAGE 2 OF 5- December 08,2014 under the same regulations with the exception of a relatively small number of details. Staff has prepared Ordinance 2014-34, which details changes to consolidate and update the State Road 434 Corridor Vision Plan. A breakdown of the updates to the code are as follows: . Division 2 - General Design Standards for New Development Area. This has been re-tilted "Design Standards". . Section 20-463 — Applicability to New Development overlay zoning district. This has been revised to have the standards apply to all properties adjacent to the State Road 434 right-of-way (inclusive of the entire parcel adjacent thereto) from U.S. 17-92 to the easternmost boundary of the City of Winter Springs with the exception of properties within the Town Center District and Greeneway Interchange District (GID), which are subject to other regulations set forth in the City Code. . Section 20-464 - Building height. This section has been revised to permit buildings to be constructed up to five (5) stories in height. . Section 20-465 - Setbacks. More flexibility has been written into this section by permitting buildings to be setback within a set minimum/maximum range without a mandatory minimum distance from property lines as was previously required. Additionally, no maximum distance from property lines was previously written into the Code. The update provides a maximum setback distance from property lines adjacent to SR 434, collector streets, and internal streets to prevent buildings from being setback very far from property lines which can cause developments to have large expanses of parking lots in front of the building. . Section 20-467 — Off-street parking and driveway requirements. This section has been revised since first reading to specify that all driveways and parking spaces be paved, requires all parking spaces to be ten (10) by twenty (20) feet in width, requires access aisles to be twenty-four (24) feet in width, and specifies that the number of required parking spaces shall be calculated per Section 9-277, Off-street parking requirements, of the City Code. At first reading staff proposed amending Section 20-467 to adopt the parking and driveway requirements of the Town Center which has no maximum or minimum standards, but rather permits applicants to provide a study to determine how much parking is truly necessary. . Section 20-468 — Landscaping. This section is now re-titled "Large-footprint buildings". This section requires: 1) buildings with a footprint exceeding 20,000 square feet in area must have the appearance that they are wrapped in liner buildings, 2) creates a connected system of walkable street frontages to adjacent buildings or outparcels in order to permit pedestrians to walk quickly and safely to these areas without having to drive within the same development, and 3) requires loading docks, service areas, and trash disposals to not face rights-of-way or residential areas if possible. The landscaping section has been struck and will be provided within a new landscaping chapter in the Code of Ordinances. Public Hearings 500 PAGE 3 OF 5- December 08,2014 . Section 20-471 - Utility lines. This section has been revised to require new and relocated utility lines to be constructed and installed underground when possible, and permits an exception for transformer boxes to be setback at least 15-feet from a right-of-way. . Section 20-472 - Corridor Access Management. This section has been amended to encourage shared parking facilities and to require parking facilities for bicycles. . Section 20-473 — Building and screening design guidelines. This section has been amended to specify certain building materials that can be used on projects constructed within the State Road 434 corridor, and requires building facades that are visible from a public street or adjacent property to contain transparent windows covering from fifteen (15) percent to seventy (70) percent of the wall area. Additionally, this section has been amended to require buildings with multiple storefront entries to incorporate continuous overhangs or arcades in the design to promote pedestrian activity between storefronts and to shield pedestrians from excessive sun, heat, and rain. . Section 20-474 —Development Agreement. This section has been amended to require Staff to document whether fire department capabilities exist if a building over five (5) stories in height is requested by an applicant prior to negotiating this change into a Development Agreement. . Division 3 - General Design Standards for Redevelopment Area. This division of the Code has been repealed. FISCAL IMPACT: While there is no direct fiscal impact to the City, staff is of the opinion that the proposed new code language will facilitate more diversified development and increase the chance of local businesses remaining viable over the long term, which will have a positive fiscal impact to the City's tax base. COMMUNICATION EFFORTS: This Agenda Item has been electronically forwarded to the Mayor and City Commission, City Manager, City Attorney/Staff, and is available on the City's Website, LaserFiche, and the City's Server. Additionally, portions of this Agenda Item are typed verbatim on the respective Meeting Agenda which has also been electronically forwarded to the individuals noted above, and which is also available on the City's Website, LaserFiche, and the City's Server; has been sent to applicable City Staff, Media/Press Representatives who have requested Agendas/Agenda Item information, Homeowner's Associations/Representatives on file with the City, and all individuals who have requested such information. This information has also been posted outside City Hall, posted inside City Hall with additional copies available for the General Public, and posted at five (5) different locations around the City. Furthermore, this information is also available to any individual requestors. City Staff is always willing to discuss this Agenda Item or any Agenda Item with any interested individuals. Public Hearings 500 PAGE 4 OF 5- December 08,2014 This item was advertised in the Orlando Sentinel on November 6, 2014. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the City Commission approve second and final reading of Ordinance 2014-34, the re-write of the State Road 434 Corridor Vision Plan. ATTACHMENTS: A. Ordinance 2014-34 B. Minutes -November 5, 2014 Planning & Zoning Board meeting C. Advertisement-Orlando Sentinel, November 6, 2014 Public Hearings 500 PAGE 5 OF 5- December 08,2014 Attachment "A" ORDINANCE 2014-34 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF WINTER SPRINGS, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 20 OF THE CITY CODE RELATING TO THE S.R.434 CORRIDOR VISION PLAN; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF PRIOR INCONSISTENT ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS; SEVERABILITY; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the City is granted the authority, under § 2(b), Art. VIII of the State Constitution, to exercise any power for municipal purposes, except when expressly prohibited by law; and WHEREAS, the City Commission previously established, in 1997, the S.R. 434 Corridor Vision Plan pursuant to Ordinance No. 675; and WHEREAS, the City Commission desires to streamline the regulations for the S.R. 434 Corridor Vision plan, to eliminate redundancies in the existing Code, and to provide greater flexibility in new development and redevelopment within the S.R. 434 corridor; and WHEREAS, the City Commission desires to eliminate the segregation of the existing redevelopment and new development overlays and to utilize one comprehensive State Road 434 Overlay District; and WHEREAS, on November 5, 2014, the Planning and Zoning Board reviewed the proposed Code amendments recommended by City staff and recommended approval; and WHEREAS,the City Commission also hereby finds that this Ordinance is consistent with the City's Comprehensive Plan,particularly Future Land Use Policy 1.4.5,which encourages infill development appropriate to the neighborhoods adjacent to the 434 Corridor and which further encourages a vertical mix of uses to promote a live-work environment in the S.R. 434 Overlay; and WHEREAS,the City Commission of the City of Winter Springs,Florida, hereby finds this Ordinance to be in the best interests of the public health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Winter Springs. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF WINTER SPRINGS HEREBY ORDAINS,AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Recitals. The foregoing recitals are hereby fully incorporated herein by reference as legislative findings of the City Commission of Winter Springs. Section 2. Amendment to Chapter 20, Zoning. The City of Winter Springs Code, Chapter 20, Zoning, is hereby amended as follows: (underlined type indicates additions and City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 1 of 31 �*r.� type indicates deletions. It is intended that the text in Chapter 20 denoted by the asterisks shall remain unchanged from the language existing prior to adoption of this ordinance): ARTICLE VL S.R. 434 CORRIDOR VISION PLAN DIVISION 1. S.R. 434 CORRIDOR OVERLAY DISTRICT Sec. 20-46L Intent. The purpose and intent of this specialized overlay zoning district is to encourage and provide for enhanced property development within the S.R. 434 commercial corridor. Some of the objectives to be attained through the establishment of this district include: enhancement of the o .,� ��.,�„� of the corridor; ,-o,a,,,.�;,,,, „�. .,� ,a;��,-.,,.�;,,,, ��„-,,,,,.�, , ,,;�,,,-,,, � ,-;�o�.;.,. � provision of architectural design guidelines to create a unifying theme over time; protection of adjacent residential land uses; and m����protection of property values. Sec. 20-462. Creation. In addition to, and supplemental to, other zoning and land development regulation requirements heretofore and hereafter, the S.R. 434 Corridor Overlay District includes additional regulations to promote the orderly development and redevelopment of the corridor,which shall be applied through imposition and mapping of an overlay district. The regulations are in addition to and not in substitution of the underlying zoning district regulations which shall also remain applicable to the overlay zone. The overlay district design standards will govern development within the corridor and will control where conflicts between regulations occur. DIVISION 2. GENERAL DESIGN STANDARDS FOR NEW DEVELOPMENT AREA Sec. 20-463. Applicability . nr�';����� "T� ti''� The followin� desi�n standards shall a�lv to the State Road 434 OverlaX District which includes all properties lvin� within the corporate limits of the Citv of Winter Sprin�s adj acent to the S.R. 434 ri�ht-of-wav (inclusive of the entire parcel adj acent thereto)from U.S. 17/92 to the easternmost boundarv of the Citv of Winter Sprin�s with the exception of properties within the Town Center District, and Greenewav Interchan�e District(GID), which are subj ect to other re�,ulations set forth in the Citv Code. City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 2 of 31 Sec. 20-464. Building height. No building shall exceed ��*�� ���° «<` �°* five (5) stories in height. For the purpose of these design standards, building height shall be measured from ground level to the highest point of the coping of a flat roof or the mean height level between eaves and ridge for gable, hip or gambrel roofs. Cupolas, spires, domes, pinnacles, chimnevs, penthouses and similar architectural features mav be erected to a hei�ht �reater than anv limit prescribed in this Code provided, each feature does not exceed 600 square feet in area and does not extend more than 30-feet above the desi�nated hei�ht limit. Buildin�hei�ht is measured as the vertical distance from the lowest point on the tallest side of the structure to the top of the cornice, eave or similar architectural feature. Sec. 20-465. Setbacks. (a)It is the intent of the Citv to create a sense of place alon�the S.R. 434 Overlav corridor. It has been determined that a zero-foot (0') setback allows flexibilitv in site and buildin� design, and eliminates suburban sprawl. Buildin�s that are constructed to the propertv line are encoura�ed. No improvement shall be located on any property closer to any property line than the minimum setbacks set forth below: Buildings � S.R. 434 �9-€ee�Minimum 0-feet, Maximum 100-feet �€ee� Collector Street �€ee�Minimum 0-feet, Maximum 50-feet �€ee� Internal Street �5-€ee�Minimum 0-feet, Maximum 25-feet �5-€ee� Side Minimum 10-feet �€ee� Rear Minimum 10-feet �€ee� ro�e-���t-�l�i���Te�e�e�� � . , , . City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 3 of 31 (�b) The following °� improvements are specifically excluded from the setback restrictions: (1) Steps and walks: (2)Landscaping and landscape berms; (3)Planters three (3)feet in height or less; or (4) Other improvements such as balconies, stoops, and awnin�s �s may be permitted under applicable regulations of the city. � � > > � � � � � � �';laizrv�E�=cr32�-aiicv��uc2�i�ivp2i��i7dPir2�� Sec. 20-466. Reserved. . . , Ee�e��e�et�e��c� Sec. 20-467. Off-street parking and driveway requirements. The followin�parkin�and drivewav requirements shall a�lv to the State Road 434 OverlaX District: (a) Paved driveway and parking spaces. All driveways and parking spaces shall be paved with asphaltic concrete and/or concrete and shall be curbed. � � City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 4 of 31 �}� Parking space size. Each off-street parking space shall be a minimum of two hundred (200) square feet, 10' X 20', in addition to space for access drives and aisles. The minimum width of each space shall be ten (10) feet. The two-foot area of paving at the end of each parking space may be omitted provided the area is landscaped with sod or another acceptable ground cover. The two-foot landscaped area shall be counted toward any other green space requirement or setback. Lines demarcating parking spaces may be drawn at various angles in relation to curbs or aisles, so long as the parking spaces so created contain within them the rectangular area required. •�t, �i ti��� �i ti i�cti �i ti i�c4 �'�.1��� �'�.1��� ��n nQn4 �i,,,-;,a ��.,t�t ��z ��o��o�� �� ���. � � (#�� Access drive width. Each access drive shall have a minimum width of twenty-four(24) feet. (d) O�'f street parkin�requirements. The number of required parkin� spaces shall be calculated pursuant to Section 9-277 of this Code. > > , . . . �iE�ie�.�i""�'�,. €ee� /t,l T,U,,,; l,,,a;�,� Tt,2�rt�H'ziiirgz-c'jc�'�m"�-��;m^�-ccrrv°+c-�i'rm���c�j-ic°c-�.� r@�o,a ,,.,,-1,;,,,. �,,-&C�� . , � > > > �c°c�irce Eei�P��e�2�2-S���ii�P-�.v n..o,-1.,., '7,,,,;,,,.rl;��,-;,.� City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 5 of 31 Sec. 20-468. . Lar�e footprint buildin�s. Buildin�s with a footprint �reater than twentv thousand (20,000) square feet should be built with the followin� special limitations: a. Where practical, buildin�s should have the a�pearance of bein�wra�ped in a liner of smaller buildin�s with doors and windows facin t� he ri�ht-of-wav or parkin� area. This will be a primarv consideration for staff as aesthetic review for buildin�s are considered pursuant to Chapter 9, Article XII of this Code. b. To encoura�e use bv pedestrians and decrease the need for solelv auto-oriented patrona�e, lar�e-footprint buildin�s must provide a connected svstem of walkable street fronta�es to adj acent buildin�s and outparcels. c. Where possible, loadin� docks, service areas and trash disposal facilities shall not face ri�hts-of-wav or residential areas. 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City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 11 of 31 > > „40,,.,,,..o .,,,.� ; ...,4;.,,, .,�.,11 ,- ,-o.� 1.,,,.��...,,�;,,.. �., .,,,.� ., o l,.,l�l7 Gl ; ..1, l.�l.l,l ...,l;,�o,- .,,,.� ., 0,-.,11 l,o;..l,� .,��o„ !1lll �., �.,�ol�.o !1 7l �o� .,� �;,ti,o .,� ,�1.,,,�;,,.. „ ..l.,�o,- �1,.,,, �;�.o !Gl �o� �.,,ti, �l,o 1..,..1� .,� �l,o �,.1,��;,,o Tl,o�,-oo� �l,.,ll l.o ,,1.,,,�o.� o o , �;���, !Glll �o� �'n �l A .,� �.,,,,- (�l �„l. �crc°c�--ccir��'b'vT��'arcCri-tuvaT�@2:T�cr-viic ira��6c'�C-i ln��('X'�r�ziir�-vr�°c Tic&��6�c'��2--�t�i�-6�r`v"""czcy-���'i"11-cm�°c�irC�l-ia°cc'�i�ir C-�C�&�6„ .,���t,°l.v'�'�r�P�.� �l,o �.,11.,.,�;,,..• �.T„ ,�, o�t,.,,, � �r�., �tin� r „� „��t,o ,. ,-;,a,,,-�.,,��,- ., „ �.o, o,a �,,,- ��,,,-.,,.,,.,�o,-,-o�o„�;,,,,� � ���ei'�=wi'���i ie�ei3t�eirizre�'s-�'.m•,ll-mr acirc$t�kr-�isci�3s'�3��-seRa°'aca�-ccirc�r .�o�;..,,o.� �.,l.lo,,.� . �;�1, �l,o ., ,-.,11 1.,,,.��...,,�o�l,o,ti,o .,,,.� 1.,,,.��,-,ti,• 0 �o,-,-o�o„�;.,,, ., ,l.o �o� ;�.�o�;..,,o.� �.,l.o ,�.,,-� .,�., . �.,�o,- �� ��g��-=,�ic�iT�e�Eir�g-�13-�ie-� ,-^�r�°�'� AT„ �1,�,,0 �t,.,lzcriv���� ,-�t,.,,, �t,.,�;,,.a;vc����°v6t36ir.�—z,24� l.all�l .,,,.a l� (`;��, !`.,.ao c-rry--�'�cr� City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 12 of 31 ��.�n��e�L����������se�e�c;.,� „��; �.,.,,;�., � � � � � � > > � � > > . , Ee�t�t�rt�� *���er�e�i�e���e����z��t�r�e��e� • > > > > � � � > > � Sec. 20-470. Reserved. Sec. 20-471. Utility lines. (a) All new and relocated utilitv infrastructure shall be constructed and installed under�round to the maximum extent feasible and possible consistent with law and industrv standards. All new or relocated utilitv lines,pipes, conduit and similar infrastructure within the district shall be constructed and installed beneath the surface of the �round unless the Citv determines that soil, topo�raphical, or anv other compellin� site condition makes under�roundin�unreasonable and impracticable. (b) Incidental utilitv a�urtenances includin� transformer boxes, switch boxes, and pedestal mounted boxes shall not be required to be constructed and installed under�round. However, such a�urtenances shall be constructed and installed at locations a�roved bv the CitX with maximum consideration �iven to visual screenin�, bufferin�, and other aesthetic and practical on and off-site visual and safetv considerations. Such a�urtenances shall be set back a minimum of fifteen (15) feet from anv ri�ht-of-wav. Visual screenin� techniques shall include landscape materials and masonrv constructions. (c) Easements shall be required for the construction and installation of all utilitX infrastructure unless a written determination bv the utilitv is submitted which provides that an City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 13 of 31 easement is not needed to secure permission to use the propertv on which the infrastructure is installed. � > > � � � > > . , Sec. 20-472. Corridor access management. (a) A system of joint use curbed driveways and cross access easements shall be established �T�'��r����r �����'�'� along the S.R. 434 Corridor and the building site shall incorporate the following: (1) A cross access corridor extending the entire length of each block served to provide for driveway separation (consistent with the F.D.O.T. access classification system and standards). > > �eki�k,� (�}�2,�Stub-outs and other design features to make it visually obvious that the abutting properties may be tied in to provide cross-access via a service drive. City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 14 of 31 {�}�A unified access and circulation system plan that includes coordinated or shared parking areas is encouraged wherever feasible. (b) Shared parking areas are stron�lv encoura�ed and parkin� facilities for bicvcles shall be provided. ro��o,a i.,,,,a , o� ,a„,,,,�-esc�-�**��e�3e�i�� (c) D„r� ,�„* *� *'�;� �°�*;�„ In furtherance of corridor access mana�ement, property owners shall: (1) Record an easement in the public records allowing cross access to and from other properties served by the joint use driveways and cross access or service drive; (2) Record an agreement in the public records that remaining access rights along the thoroughfare will be dedicated to the city and pre-existing driveways will be closed and eliminated after construction of the j oint-use driveway. (3) Record a joint maintenance agreement in the public records defining maintenance responsibilities of property owners. (d) The city engineer may reduce required separation distance of access points, e�e�� �����'°�' �� «`, where they prove impractical, provided all of the following requirements are met: (1) Joint access driveways and cross access easements are provided where feasible in accordance with this section. (2) The site plan incorporates a unified access and circulation system in accordance with this section. (3) The property owner shall enter a written agreement with the city, recorded in the public records, that pre-existing connections on the site will be closed and eliminated after construction of each side of the j oint use driveway. ��e��e�e�r�€e�r�ee�r���i.. �,�� T„�o,-,.�,.,,,,.o n,-o., Sec. 20-473. Building and screening design guidelines. (a) Projects shall include but not be limited to the followin� materials_^��°�°*°�*T-��*'� ��e�i-a�s�.�s°��e�-�ssept-�le���e�i�-�nc�� stucco, split-faced or decorative concrete City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 15 of 31 block, reinforced concrete with tile, "hardie-plank" sidin�, termite resistant wood, and brick and terra cotta accent material. ���e���e�i����El��n°�'��r��°� :m�e� �eor,Tefle�t�=e/3�e�g�^.�ne��Materials should be of high quality and well crafted. Anv buildin�facade that is visible from a public street or adjacent propertv shall contain transparent windows coverin�from fifteen (15�percent to seventv (70�percent of the wall area. (b) Mechanical equipment and appurtenances, including but not limited to air conditioner units, ventilation equipment, refrigeration systems, heating units, etc., must be screened so that they are not visible from any public right-of-way and adjacent residential zonin� districts. The screen shall consist of a solid wall, facade, or suitable landscapin�. r�r�r°* �r �*'�°r '�"'�. Such screening material shall extend at least one(1)foot above the obj ect to be screened. Said landscapin� must be maintained in a fashion so as to continue to provide the intended screenin�. If landscaping is utilized, the plantings must be an ever�reen plant material that is high enough within one (1) year of planting to provide a screen which will screen the entire unit. If roof-top mechanical equipment is utilized, said equipment shall be screened with a parapet that extends at least one(1)foot above the equipment that is screened. A cornice shall delineate the to� of the parapet. , � � �� Jet�El� (c) All storage areas and dumpsters shall be screened from view from the right-of-way and from adj acent residential zoning districts and be located in an enclosure that is consistent with the architectural desi�n of the principal structure. Se�ee��e�c�o�se�* �.�-� �m'��r�*��r ��'Landscaping measurin�at least 36-inches in hei�ht at the time of plantin�must be provided around all dumpster enclosures. ���' � °'����'�'���m�*°r��'� T�'�,,;'�';��m�*°r;�'� � ° � � (d) Side and rear elevations of buildings visible from a public street or adjacent property shall be designed in the same architectural style as the main facade, with the exception of transparent window requirements. (e) All doors for service entrances or bays shall not face a public street unless they are screened to obscure service activities. (� Outparcels shall conform to the architectural, signage, and landscape theme of the overallproject_ .,,,,a ri, ,�� ��,.,,-o ., „�o,-,,.,� ., o ,;��, ��,o „ o,-.,�� r o,.� City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 16 of 31 (g) �Te��-�e�������° ���' �*'�e�-s�Ek �Vendin� machines, and ATM's; � *°� „�' +r��'� r° °„+��'°� shall be located within the buildin�. ° °�' � �*���*��r°*'��*� � m°°* '�,,;'�';r� �°*'���'�� Trash receptacles shall be encased in a decorative enclosure that is architecturallv compatible with the buildin�. (h) Exterior lighting shall be a cut-off light source to protect adjacent properties from glare. All exterior lighting shall be consistent and compatible throughout the project. (i) Buildings with multiple storefront entries ^r° ° ^�°�' *^ shall incorporate continuous overhangs or arcades in the design ^���s��rn°,�--�--a����to promote pedestrian activity and to shield pedestrians from excessive sun, heat, and rain. This element will be a component of the aesthetic review of the buildin� pursuant to Chapter 9, Article XII of this Code. (j) Backflow preventers and other above ground valves shall be screened so they are not visible from the street right-of-way using either landscaping or an opaque building material ,,,a ��,.,ii �.o �„�.;o,.��„�.,,��,- �o��..,,.i, ,- „�� (k) Drive-thru pick up windows shall not�e�e��4 be visible from surroundin� residential properties and ri�hts-of-way. Sec. 20-474. Development agreement. Any developer may propose to enter into a development agreement with the city designed to set forth terms and conditions appropriate to meet the circumstances of the specific proposed development. Such development agreement shall be reviewed and approved by the city commission. The city commission may vary the standards of this division, including building or perimeter setbacks, parking standards, signage, and other standards. If an increase in building height beyond ��*�� ���° «<` �°*five (5) stories is requested, the city se� staff must€r� document that fire department capabilities are adequate to address the change. � sConsideration of a hei�ht over five (5) stories shall be based on building site constraints or physical characteristics ^�*'�°„ „°�*��� „ ���'°�' � °�����"�� '��T��°��°r *'��* � �'� � ° > > > ��r � ��*r�;�°�' �;*° �'��" ��'�, '�° � �;�'°r°�"��, *'�° �;*�, � � and be memorialized in a development agreement if enhanced perimeter landscaping or buffering is provided to assure that the objectives of this article are achieved. ��� DIVISION 3. 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Repeal of Prior Inconsistent Ordinances and Resolutions. All prior inconsistent ordinances and resolutions adopted by the City Commission, or parts of prior ordinances and resolutions in conflict herewith, are hereby repealed to the extent of the conflict. Section 4. Severability. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, word or provision of this ordinance is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction,whether for substantive,procedural, or any other reason, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision, and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. Section 5. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon adoption by the City Commission of the City of Winter Springs, Florida. City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 30 of 31 ADOPTED by the City Commission of the City of Winter Springs, Florida, in a regular meeting assembled on the day of , 2014. CHARLES LACEY, Mayor ATTEST: ANDREA LORENZO-LUACES, City Clerk Approved as to legal form and sufficiency for the City of Winter Springs only: ANTHONY A. GARGANESE, City Attorney Legal Ad Published: November 6, 2014 First Reading: November 17, 2014 Second Reading: December 8, 2014 Effective Date: December 8, 2014 City of Winter Springs Ordinance 2014-34 Page 31 of 31 Attachment " B " CITY OF WINTER SPRINGS,FLORIDA DRAFT MINUTES PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD/LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY REGULAR MEETING-NOVEMBER 5,2014 PAGE 11 OF 12 Chairperson Henderson opened "Public Input". Ms. Carla Wilson, 702 Heather Lane, Winter Springs, Florida: emphasized the importance of this issue to her and her husband, that twenty (20) cities in Florida have adopted similar Ordinances and that Winter Springs should do their part in helping to control pet overpopulation. Chairperson Henderson closed "Public Input". "I MAKE A MOTION THAT WE APPROVE." MOTION BY BOARD MEMBER WALKER. SECONDED BY VICE-CHAIRPERSON CASMAN. DISCUSSION. VOTE: BOARD MEMBER PHILLIPS: AYE VICE-CHAIRPERSON CASMAN: AYE BOARD MEMBER MILLER: AYE BOARD MEMBER WALKER: AYE CHAIRPERSON HENDERSON: AYE MOTION CARRIED. PUBLIC HEARINGS 503. Community Development Department—Planning Division The Community Development Department — Planning Division Requests That The Planning And Zoning Board Consider Ordinance 2014-34, The Re-Write Of The State Road 434 Corridor Vision Plan. Mr. Howell presented the Agenda Item and gave a brief history and description, and mentioned that the goal was to encourage and provide an enhanced property development in the State Road 434 Corridor. Chairperson Henderson asked if five (5) stories were permitted in the Re-Write of the State Road 434 Corridor Vision Plan. Mr. Howell confirmed by stating, "Five (5) stories is consistent with most of the Town Center." Furthermore, Mr. Howell also noted that five (5) stories add more flexibility when it comes to the design process. Comments were made regarding the allowance of five (5) stories. Chairperson Henderson opened "Public Input". No one addressed the Board. Chairperson Henderson closed "Public Input". CITY OF WINTER SPRINGS,FLORIDA DRAFT MINUTES PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD/LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY REGULAR MEETING—NOVEMBER 5,2014 PAGE 12 OF 12 "I RECOMMEND THAT WE FORWARD IT TO THE CITY COMMISSION WITH THE EXCEPTION THAT THE BUILDING HEIGHT BE LIMITED TO THREE (3) STORIES RATHER THAN FIVE (5)." SECONDED BY BOARD MEMBER PHILLIPS. DISCUSSION. VOTE: CHAIRPERSON HENDERSON: AYE BOARD MEMBER PHILLIPS: AYE VICE-CHAIRPERSON CASMAN: AYE BOARD MEMBER MILLER: AYE BOARD MEMBER WALKER: AYE MOTION CARRIED. REGULAR AGENDA REGULAR 600. Not Used PUBLIC INPUT Chairperson Henderson opened "Public Input". No one addressed the Planning and Zoning Board/Local Planning Agency. Chairperson Henderson closed "Public Input". 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