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  • LUPZ Blueline 2014

  • VOLCANO HEIGHTS SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PLAN LUPZ BLUELINE 2014ii

    City of Albuquerque Richard J. Berry, MayorRobert J. Perry, Chief Administrative Offi cer

    City CouncilKen Sanchez, District 1, Vice PresidentRoxanna Meyers, District 2Isaac Benton, District 3 Brad Winter, District 4Dan Lewis, District 5, PresidentRey Garduo, District 6Janice E. Arnold-Jones, District 7Trudy E. Jones, District 8Don Harris, District 9

    Environmental Planning CommissionRon O. Garcia, Council District 1 Vacant, Council District 2Moises Gonzalez, Council District 3 Peter Nicholls, Council District 4Hugh Floyd, Chair, Council District 5Maia Mullen, Council District 6James Peck, Council District 7Doug Peterson, Vice Chair, Council District 8Michael Dickson, Council District 9

    Special Th anks to: Kurt Anschuetz, Rick Beltramo, Ron Bohannan, John Edward, Will Gleason, Dr. Gerald Gold, James Hoff man, Rene Horvath, John Ransom, Richard Ransom, Keith Sheffl er, Jerold Widdison, Jolene Wolfl ey, Steve Metro

    City and Technical Staff Council Services: Laura Mason, Director, Kara Shair-Rosenfi eld,

    Sara Mancini, and Andrew Webb, Policy Analysts

    Planning Department: Suzanne Lubar, Director; Russell Brito, Manager, Urban Design & Development Division; Petra Morris and Mikaela Renz-Whitmore, Long Range Planning; Tim Gaulden, AGIS; Curtis Cherne, Hydrology; Tony Loyd and Kristal Metro, Transportation Review

    Parks and Recreation: Matthew Schmader, Superintendent, Jay Lee Evans, and Susannah Abbey, Open Space Division; Christina Sandoval, Carol Dumont, and James Lewis, Parks and Recreation

    Legal: Anita Miller, Kevin Curran, Jenica Jacobi, and Blake Whitcomb

    Economic Development: John Garcia and Dierdre Firth Municipal Development: Debbie Bauman and Willfred GallegosABQ RIDE: Lawrence Kline and Andrew de GarmoMid-Region Council of Governments: Th addeus Lucero, Tony Sylvester, Terry

    Doyle, Dave Panella, Kendra Watkins, Aaron Sussman, Steve Montiel, Julie Luna, and Caeri Th omas, as well as members of the Transportation Coordinating Committee and Roadway Access Committee

    Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority: Allan Porter and Frank RothAlbuquerque Metropolitan Area Flood Control Authority: Brad Bingham and Karen StearnsNational Park Service: Diane SouderGateway Planning Group: Scott Polikov and Brad Lonberger Nelson\Nygaard: Jeremy Nelson and Colin Burgett

    VOLCANO HEIGHTS SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PLAN

    [NOTE: Items in red are changes made during the EPC process. Th ose followed by a number in brackets are Conditions of Approval added during the EPC hearing Feburary 14, 2014. Changes in blue indicate new recommendations from staff .]

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    VOLCANO HEIGHTS SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PLANAs Adopted by the Mayor and the City Council

    File No. R-13-132 / City Enactment No. R-2013-068

    Amendments: Th is Plan incorporates the City of Albuquerque amendments in the following referenced Resolutions, which are on fi le with the City Clerks Offi ce.

    Month / Year Adopted Council Bill No.

    City Enactment

    No.

    Description[include purpose, summary, and EPC Case number]

    Pending 2014 Update transportation network map and cross sections for consistency with all Volcano Mesa Plans, edit building frontage defi nition and calculation, address residential and mixed-use development to prevent fugitive dust, and fi x errata.

    [Note: Amendments as of 2014 are refl ected in the Plan text. For more information, search for the Council Bill No. in City Councils Legistar webpage.]

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    CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION

    1.0 Executive Summary Page 3

    1.1 Plan Area 41.2 Purpose 41.3 Intent 41.4 Strategy for Zoning 41.5 Strategy for Development Standards 61.6 Anticipated Build-out by 2035 71.7 Plan Components 81.8 Using Th is Plan 10

    CHAPTER II: REGULATIONS

    2.0 Plan Authority Page 15

    2.1 Rank Plans 162.2 Northwest Mesa Escarpment Plan (NWMEP) 172.3 Unser Boulevard Design Overlay Zone (DOZ) 182.4 City Zoning Code 202.5 City Subdivision Ordinance 202.6 Development Process Manual (DPM) 202.7 Other City Regulations 20

    3.0 Administration Page 21

    3.1 Applicability 223.2 Development Review and Approval Process 223.3 Amendments to the SDP and/or Zoning Map 343.4 Public Notifi cation 353.5 Defi nitions 40

    4.0 Zoning Page 55

    4.1 Adoption of Volcano Heights Zoning 574.2 Establishment of Character Zones 614.3 Table of Land Uses 634.4 Criteria for Conditional Uses 71

    5.0 Site Development and Building Design Standards Specifi c to Zones

    Page 77

    5.1 Town Center 785.2 Regional Center 845.3 Village Center 905.4 Mixed-Use 955.5 Escarpment Transition 1015.6 Neighborhood Transition 106

    6.0 Site Development Standards General to All Zones Page 109

    6.1 Gated Communities 1106.2 Neighborhood Design 1106.3 Structure Heights 1106.4 Optional Height Bonus for Buildings 1116.5 Grading 1166.6 Construction Mitigation 1176.7 Infrastructure 1206.8 Street Screens 1226.9 Design of Site Elements for Automobile-related

    Uses123

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    CHAPTER III: STREET AND STREETSCAPE STANDARDS

    10.0 Street Standards Page 163

    10.1 Purpose / Intent 16410.2 Applicability 16410.3 How to Use Th ese Standards 16410.4 Access 16910.5 Street Designations 17110.6 Primary Street Cross Sections 17310.7 Secondary Street Design Standards 199

    11.0 Streetscape Standards Page 205

    11.1 Adjustments 20611.2 General Streetscape Standards 20611.3 Street Tree Standards 20711.4 Street Lighting Standards 20911.5 Street Furniture and Materials Standards 210

    7.0 Building Design Standards General to All Zones Page 125

    7.1 Purpose / Intent 1267.2 Building Orientation 1267.3 Building Massing and Scale 1267.4 Zero Lot Line Structures 1277.5 Structure Color 127

    7.6 Design of Parking Structures 1287.7 Design of Residential Garages 1297.8 Design of Automobile-related Buildings 1317.9 Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (WTFs) 131

    8.0 Sign Standards Page 133

    8.1 Applicability 1348.2 Unique Sign Applications 134

    9.0 Open Space, Landscaping, and Site Lighting Design Standards

    Page 141

    9.1 Purpose / Intent 1429.2 Applicability 1429.3 Open Space Requirements 1429.4 Detached Open Space Standards 1439.5 Usable Open Space Standards 1449.6 Petroglyphs 1469.7 Landscaping Standards 1519.8 Site Lighting Standards 159

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    APPENDIX [UNDER SEPARATE COVER]Appendix A. Pre-existing ConditionsAppendix B. Sector Planning ProcessAppendix C. 2013 Access Resolution for Paseo del Norte

    and Unser Boulevard and Traffi c StudyAppendix D. Private Preservation OptionsAppendix E. Fiscal Impact Analysis

    EXHIBITS Page1.1 Volcano Mesa Sector Development Plan Areas 51.2 Volcano Heights Plan Area 62.1 NWMEP and WSSP Volcano Mesa Amendment Boundaries 172.2 Unser Boulevard Design Overlay Zone Boundary 193.1 Volcano Heights Approval Process Diagram 234.1 Zoning Established by the VHSDP 564.2 Zoning Demarcation for Properties with Multiple Zones 576.1 Impact Area and 200-foot Buff er 1107.1 Sample Colors 1277.2 Residential Garage Type Diagrams 130

    8.1 Unser Design Overlay Zone within the Volcano Heights Plan Area

    135

    9.1 Signifi cant Rock Outcroppings 14710.1 Primary Streets and Designations Map 16510.2 Character Zones and Street Types 16610.3 Approved Limited-access Intersections 16910.4 Street Type 1 Town Center Cross Section 19310.5 Street Type 1 Typical Intersection (Plan View) 19410.6 Street Type 2 Connector Street Cross Section 18310.7 Street Type 2 Typical Intersection (Plan View) 18410.8 Street Type 3 Neighborhood Street Cross Section 17910.9 Street Type 3 Typical Intersection (Plan View) 18010.10 Street Type 4.1 Park Edge Single-Loaded Cross Section 19610.11 Street Type 4.2 Park Edge Double-Loaded Cross Section 19610.12 Street Type 4.1 Typical Intersection (Plan View) 19710.13 Street Type 4.2 Typical Intersection (Plan View) 19810.14 Street Type 5 Transit Boulevard Cross Section 19110.15 Street Type 5 Typical Intersection (Plan View) 19210.16 Street Type 6 Unser Boulevard Cross Section 18910.17 Street Type 7 Paseo del Norte Cross Section 190

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    CHAPTER IV: GOALS, POLICIES, AND IMPLEMENTATION

    12.0 Goals Page 213

    12.1 Environment and Open Space 21412.2 Economic Development 21512.3 Transportation 21712.4 Land Use and Urban Design 21812.5 Infrastructure 221

    13.0 Policies Page 223

    13.1 Environment and Open Space 22413.2 Economic Development 22513.3 Transportation 22613.4 Land Use and Design 23813.5 Infrastructure 241

    14.0 Implementation Page 245

    14.1 Priority Capital Improvement Projects 24614.2 Implementation Responsibilities 24714.3 Optional Financial Tools 24814.4 Amending Th is Sector Development Plan 24914.5 Implementation Matrix 249

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