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Plantrac Reviews

Date In Date Out Status Reviewer Contractor Comments
New04/16/20214/20/2021 9:04:00 AMAAPCMOUNTAIN PROPERTY BUILDERS INCApproval of new single family home, all design standards are met. GECP and geo-hazard report have been provided.
New04/14/20214/16/2021 8:43:00 AMDAPCMOUNTAIN PROPERTY BUILDERS INC1. Include the approved geo-hazard report (one provided was not signed), please refer to email. 2. Remove best management practices document. 3. Include approved GECP, please refer to email.
New04/12/20214/13/2021 3:39:00 PMDDFFMOUNTAIN PROPERTY BUILDERS INCProvide approved non-use variance (City File No. AR NV 20-00314/AR NV 20-00313). Provide driveway width and show retaining wall on site plan. Staff assumes that a GECP is still needed. Upload Grading & Erosion Control Plan document signed by City Engineering. Upload GeoHazard Report as a separate document.
New01/12/20211/21/2021 9:22:00 AMDAJOMOUNTAIN PROPERTY BUILDERS INCstaff is finalizing nonuse variance approval. please provide approved grading erosion control plan from storm water enterprise with resubmittal
New03/18/20193/18/2019 3:36:00 PMDAJOMOUNTAIN PROPERTY BUILDERS INCThis lot is located in the landslide susceptibility area and requires site-specific geologic hazard report that must be conducted by a professional geologist or a professional geotechnical engineer. The geologic hazard report review process has a $584 review fee and typically takes 3-4 weeks. Once a geologic hazard report has been completed by a geotechnical engineer, submit the following to City Planning in electronic copy via dropbox (contact the planner to set up a dropbox folder for you): 1. A completed geologic hazard application form with the geohazard report 2. The $584 review fee 3. The site plan and any supporting documents (foundation plan, soils report, drainage report, development plan, final plat, etc.) 4. Grading and erosion control plan City Planning will send the review documents to CGS (Colorado Geological Survey), who will provide a review letter back to City Planning within the 3-4 week timeframe. Depending on the outcome of the letter, City Engineering and City Planning will either: A. Sign off on the application and return the signed copy along with CGSs review letter to the applicant for building permit submittal to the regional building department. OR B. Return the report and CGS review letter to the applicant, and ask for revisions or further analysis that address the hazards present at the site.

For further information, please contact the Development Review Office @ 385-5982.