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10-29-18 TC Agenda PacketThe Regular Meeting of the Town of Westlake Town Council will begin immediately following the conclusion of the Town Council Work Session but not prior to the posted start time. Mission Statement Westlake is a unique community blending preservation of our natural environment and viewscapes, while serving our residents and businesses with superior municipal and academic services that are accessible, efficient, cost-effective, and transparent. Westlake, Texas – “One-of-a-kind community; natural oasis – providing an exceptional level of service.” Page 1 of 5 Vision Statement An oasis of natural beauty that maintains our open spaces in balance with distinctive development, trails, and quality of life amenities amidst an ever expanding urban landscape. TOWN COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA October 29, 2018 1500 Solana Boulevard Building 7, Suite 7100 1st Floor, Council Chamber Westlake, TX 76262 Work Session: 5:10 p.m. Regular Session: 6:30 p.m. Page 2 of 5 Work Session 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. REVIEW OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS FOR THE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA. 3. DISCUSSION ITEMS a. Presentation and discussion regarding Short Term Rental property regulation. b. Presentation and discussion regarding the proposed 2019 Meeting Calendar. c. Presentation and discussion regarding the use of golf carts within the community. d. Presentation and discussion regarding the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) proposal of continuous frontage roads, including ramp and intersection improvements, along State Highway 114 from FM 1938 (Davis Boulevard) to Dove Road in Tarrant County. e. Presentation and discussion regarding Legislative 2019 priorities. f. Standing Item: Presentation and discussion of development projects per Staff report September 2018 including an Entrada report from the Developer and projects in Planned Development PD 3-5. 4. EXECUTIVE SESSION The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Section 551.087 Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations (1) to discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information that the governmental body has received from a business prospect that the governmental body seeks to have locate, stay, or expand in or near the territory of the governmental body and with which the governmental body is conducting economic development negotiations; or (2) to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect described by Subdivision (1) for the following: - Charles Schwab - BRE Solana - Maguire Partners-Solana Land, L.P., related to Centurion’s development known as Entrada and Granada 5. RECONVENE MEETING 6. COUNCIL RECAP / STAFF DIRECTION 7. ADJOURNMENT Regular Session 1. CALL TO ORDER Page 3 of 5 2. ITEMS OF COMMUNITY INTEREST: Mayor and Council Reports on Items of Community Interest pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.0415 the Town Council may report on the following items: (1) expression of thanks, congratulations or condolences; (2) information about holiday schedules; (3) recognition of individuals; (4) reminders about upcoming Town Council events; (5) information about community events; and (6) announcements involving imminent threat to public health and safety. 3. CITIZEN COMMENTS: This is an opportunity for citizens to address the Council on any matter whether or not it is posted on the agenda. The Council cannot by law take action nor have any discussion or deliberations on any presentation made to the Council at this time concerning an item not listed on the agenda. The Council will receive the information, ask staff to review the matter, or an item may be noticed on a future agenda for deliberation or action. 4. CONSENT AGENDA: All items listed below are considered routine by the Town Council and will be enacted with one motion. There will be no separate discussion of items unless a Council Member or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the general order of business and considered in its normal sequence. a. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on September 24, 2018. b. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on October 2, 2018. c. Consider approval of Resolution 18-40, Approving and authorizing the Town Manger to enter into an agreement for the purchase of a new ambulance with Frazer, Sterling McCall FordFrazer LTD through HGAC. d. Consider approval of Resolution 18-41, Approving a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Document to be Utilized to Solicit Submission of Qualifications from Interested Artists to be Considered for Development of a Public Art Piece to be Located at the Northwest Corner of Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) and Dove Road on the New Fire Station Site. e. Consider approval of Resolution 18-42, Approving a Contract with Stantec for Architectural Planning Services Related to Master Facility Planning for Westlake Academy. 5. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 869, APPROVING CONCEPT/ DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND SITE PLAN AMENDMENT TO INCLUDE APPROVAL OF THE SCHWAB PHASE TWO CAMPUS CONSTRUCTION FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 81.06-ACRE AREA OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 3-5B (PD 3-5B). THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 170, NORTH OF J.T. OTTINGER ROAD, AND WEST OF WESTLAKE PARKWAY. 6. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 870, A CONCEPT/DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR SCHWAB WAY ON AN APPROXIMATELY 52.87-ACRE PORTION OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 3-5A (PD 3-5A). THE PROPERTY/ROADWAY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF AND ALONG STATE HIGHWAY 170 AND STATE HIGHWAY 114, BETWEEN JT OTTINGER ROAD, AND THE SOUTHERN TERMINUS OF TROPHY LAKE DRIVE. Page 4 of 5 7. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 871, APPROVING A SITE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 309.305 ACRE AREA OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 2 (PD 2) IN ORDER TO CONSTRUCT A FIDELITY INVESTMENTS SIGN AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF STATE HIGHWAY 114 AND WESTLAKE PARKWAY. THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF STATE HIGHWAY 114, BETWEEN DAVIS BOULEVARD AND WESTLAKE PARKWAY. 8. EXECUTIVE SESSION The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Section 551.087 Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations (1) to discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information that the governmental body has received from a business prospect that the governmental body seeks to have locate, stay, or expand in or near the territory of the governmental body and with which the governmental body is conducting economic development negotiations; or (2) to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect described by Subdivision (1) for the following: - Charles Schwab - BRE Solana - Maguire Partners-Solana Land, L.P., related to Centurion’s development known as Entrada and Granada 9. RECONVENE MEETING 10. TAKE ANY ACTION, IF NEEDED, FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS. 11. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS: Any Council member may request at a workshop and / or Council meeting, under “Future Agenda Item Requests”, an agenda item for a future Council meeting. The Council Member making the request will contact the Town Manager with the requested item and the Town Manager will list it on the agenda. At the meeting, the requesting Council Member will explain the item, the need for Council discussion of the item, the item’s relationship to the Council’s strategic priorities, and the amount of estimated staff time necessary to prepare for Council discussion. If the requesting Council Member receives a second, the Town Manager will place the item on the Council agenda calendar allowing for adequate time for staff preparation on the agenda item. Council Member Rennhack - Understand why commercial property values are declining in a market with commercial pricing sky rocketing and Residential values are steadily increasing. Wondering if this is just Westlake or Tarrant County Page 5 of 5 12. ADJOURNMENT ANY ITEM ON THIS POSTED AGENDA COULD BE DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE SESSION AS LONG AS IT IS WITHIN ONE OF THE PERMITTED CATEGORIES UNDER SECTIONS 551.071 THROUGH 551.076 AND SECTION 551.087 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE. CERTIFICATION I certify that the above notice was posted at the Town Hall of the Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd., Building 7, Suite 7100, Westlake, TX 76262, October 24, 2018, by 5:00 p.m. under the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. _____________________________________ Kelly Edwards, TRMC, Town Secretary If you plan to attend this public meeting and have a disability that requires special needs, please advise the Town Secretary 48 hours in advance at 817-490-5710 and reasonable accommodations will be made to assist you. REVIEW OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS FOR THE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA. a. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on September 24, 2018. b. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on October 2, 2018. c. Consider approval of Resolution 18-40, Approving and authorizing the Town Manger to enter into an agreement for the purchase of a new ambulance with Frazer, Sterling McCall FordFrazer LTD through HGAC. d. Consider approval of Resolution 18-41, Approving a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Document to be Utilized to Solicit Submission of Qualifications from Interested Artists to be Considered for Development of a Public Art Piece to be Located at the Northwest Corner of Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) and Dove Road on the New Fire Station Site. e. Consider approval of Resolution 18-42, Approving a Contract with Stantec for Architectural Planning Services Related to Master Facility Planning for Westlake Academy. Town Council Item # 2 – Review of Consent Items DISCUSSION ITEMS a. Presentation and discussion regarding Short Term Rental property regulation. b. Presentation and discussion regarding the proposed 2019 Meeting Calendar. c. Presentation and discussion regarding the use of golf carts within the community. d. Presentation and discussion regarding the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) proposal of continuous frontage roads, including ramp and intersection improvements, along State Highway 114 from FM 1938 (Davis Boulevard) to Dove Road in Tarrant County. e. Presentation and discussion regarding Legislative 2019 priorities. f. Standing Item: Presentation and discussion of development projects per Staff report September 2018 including an Entrada report from the Developer and projects in Planned Development PD 3-5. Town Council Item #3 – Discussion Items Page 1 of 2 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Workshop - Discussion Item Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Presentation and Discussion of Short Term Rental Property Regulation in the Town of Westlake. STAFF CONTACT: Kirk McDaniel, Management Intern Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Informed & Engaged Citizens / Sense of Community Citizen, Student & Stakeholder High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives Time Line - Start Date: October 29, 2018 Completion Date: October 1, 2019 Funding Amount: N/A Status - Not Funded Source - N/A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) Short Term Rentals (STRs) are an emerging enterprise across the United States, and are becoming increasingly prolific in the State of Texas and DFW Metroplex. STRs present a public policy issue that should be considered. Both taking action to regulate STRs, and doing nothing to regulate STRs could have local impacts. While Council may elect to take no action, Staff felt it was their due diligence to present this public policy issue to Council for discussion and consideration. STRs have a small presence in Westlake currently, but addressing the issue before it becomes widespread will help position the Town for continued success. Page 2 of 2 RECOMMENDATION Presentation and discussion of short term rental regulation in the Town of Westlake. ATTACHMENTS Presentation provided during meeting. Page 1 of 2 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Workshop - Discussion Item Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Presentation and discussion regarding the proposed 2019 meeting schedule. STAFF CONTACT: Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Transparent / Integrity- driven Government Citizen, Student & Stakeholder Exemplary Service & Governance - We set the standard by delivering unparalleled municipal and educational services at the lowest cost. Increase Transparency, Accessibility & Communications Strategic Initiative Comprehensive Plan Project Review Time Line - Start Date: October 15, 2018 Completion Date: November 26, 2018 Funding Amount: $0.00 Status - Not Funded Source - N/A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) Several factors have been taken into consideration as staff prepared the 2019 meeting calendar, including national holidays, school holidays, early voting, Planning & Zoning meetings and annual training conferences. Due to the increase in development we have found it is necessary to schedule a Planning & Zoning meeting each month prior to the Town Council meeting. RECOMMENDATION Review and advise staff if there are any additional conflicts with the proposed meeting dates. Page 2 of 2 ATTACHMENTS Proposed 2019 Meeting Calendar. 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Columbus day 14th School Board School & Town Holiday Budget / Meeting Retreats Town Council School Holiday Town Holiday New Council/BOT Orientation Election Day /First/Last Day School Planning & Zoning Meetings Special Meeting to Canvass Returns 01/07 Special TC to call the Election 06/05 TC/BOT Planning Retreat - All Day *******after Graduation 01/07 Student Holiday 05/30 Last Day of School 03/04 Special TC Audit 06/01 Senior Commencement 03/06-03/07 Dept Head Planning Retreat 08/07 TC Budget Wkshp 12-5:00 03/11-03/15 Spring Break 08/14 First Day of School 05/04 Election Day 08/21 & 08/28 TC if necessary (tax) 6:00 p.m. (DP check days from 1st PH) 05/14 Canvass if Election 5/20 too late 09/09 BOT/TC meeting to approve the BUDGET 05/16 TC/BOT orientation (if necessary)10/20-10/23 ICMA 06/05 TC/BOT Planning Retreat - All Day 10/09-10/11 TML Town of Westlake Meeting Schedule Page 1 of 2 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Workshop - Discussion Item Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Presentation and discussion regarding the use of golf carts within the community. STAFF CONTACT: Amanda DeGan, Assistant Town Manager Mike Wilson, Chief of Police Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Vision: An oasis of nautural beuty that maintains our open spaces in balance with distinctive development, trails, and quality of life amenities amidst an ever expanding urban landscape. Citizen, Student & Stakeholder Exemplary Service & Governance - We set the standard by delivering unparalleled municipal and educational services at the lowest cost. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Comprehensive Plan Project Review Time Line - Start Date: October 29, 2018 Completion Date: N/A Funding Amount: $0.00 Status - Not Funded Source - N/A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) Over the past several weeks, staff has been in discussion with the police department regarding the legal use of golf carts within our community. We have fielded inquiries regarding the use of both golf carts and four-wheel motor bikes within gated communities, on the trail system and for the convenience of picking up/dropping off of children at Westlake Academy. In an effort to advise our residents and Council on the legal use of these types of transportation options and under what conditions they may be used in Westlake, the police staff will present and discuss the issue during workshop. Page 2 of 2 RECOMMENDATION Review and discuss the presentation and provide direction to the staff teams. ATTACHMENTS Presentation to be given during the meeting. Page 1 of 2 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Workshop - Discussion Item Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Presentation and Discussion of Proposed New SH114 Frontage Roads from Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) to Dove Road and Related Improvements. STAFF CONTACT: Tom Brymer, Town Manager Jarrod Greenwood, Director of Public Works/Assistant to the Town Manager Ron Ruthven, Director of Planning and Development Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Informed & Engaged Citizens / Sense of Community Municipal & Academic Operations High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Encourage Westlake's Unique Sense of Place Strategic Initiative Comprehensive Plan Project Review Time Line - Start Date: January 28, 2013 Completion Date: May 11, 2013 Funding Amount: $8,000 Status - Not Funded Source - General Fund EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) In 2017 Town Staff learned that new frontage roads and various intersection improvements along SH 114 between Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) and Dove Road were being pursued by the City of Southlake in response to the TD Ameritrade project in their city. Since the bulk of this SH 114 improvement project would be in Westlake, we contacted and met with TxDOT representatives to voice concerns. Our chief concern was the impact on existing development projects in Westlake Page 2 of 2 that adjoin this section of SH 114, especially Entrada. Previously when Entrada was in the planning stage, Staff had attempted to involve TxDOT at that time to discuss frontage roads along Entrada. We were told at that time that no funding existed for such improvements. Since that time Staff has worked with TxDOT as well as the City of Southlake Staff and their consultant to pursue this project within existing SH 114 right-of-way which mitigates any negative impacts on existing development projects like Entrada. A TxDOT public hearing on this project was held in Southlake at Walnut Grove Elementary School on October 23, 2018. The notice for this public hearing is attached and was placed on the Town’s web site home page. Town Staff attended this public hearing and provided TxDOT with input related to retaining walls, but largely the Town Staff is very pleased with this project as it now stands, especially since once funded, it will be built within existing right of way. RECOMMENDATION Town Staff will present the preliminary schematic provided by TxDOT, answer any questions Council may have about it, and give an update on the October 23rd TxDOT public hearing for this proposed project. ATTACHMENTS 1. Letter dated October 1, 2018 from TxDOT District Engineer advising of Oct. 23rd public hearing on this project and providing a brief description of this project. 2. Draft schematic of SH 114 proposed frontage roads, Davis to Dove. 4+11.09 2.00% 5+47.25 2.00% EBONRMPWTL 3+77.36 2.80% 4+20.00 2.00% 5+31.03 2.00% EBOFRMPKIRK 1+62.25 2.00% 2+10.65 4.00% EBONRMPDAVIS 5+34.63 1.80% 5+50.00 2.00% 8+18.37 2.00% EBOFFRMPDOVE 2+52.08 2.90% 2+98.47 4.45% EBONRMPKIRK 4+86.56 2.50% 5+20.00 2.00% 10+80.65 2.00% WBONRMPKIRK 2+79.32 -2.00% 4+50.00 2.00% 5+77.24 2.00% WBOFRMPDAVIS 4+86.78 2.30% 5+10.00 2.00% 8+46.21 2.00% WBONRMPDOVE 1+73.65 2.00% 3+18.63 -3.50% WBOFFRMPKIRK Begin 0.2% +/- 1448+60 2.00% 1497+20 2.00% 1498+76.85 -1.0% +/- 1499+56.94 -1.7% +/- 1502+57 2.00% End 2.0% +/- Kirkwood EBFR Begin 0.8% +/- 1498+90 2.00% 1544+00 2.00% End -4.5% +/- WBFR Page 1 of 2 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Workshop - Discussion Item Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Presentation and Discussion of the Upcoming Legislative Session and Possible Westlake Priorities. STAFF CONTACT: Kirk McDaniel, Management Intern Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Mission: Westlake is a unique community blending preservation of our natural environment and viewscapes, while serving our residents and businesess with superior municipal and academic services that are accessible, efficient, cost- effective, & transparent. Citizen, Student & Stakeholder Exemplary Service & Governance - We set the standard by delivering unparalleled municipal and educational services at the lowest cost. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives Time Line - Start Date: October 29, 2018 Completion Date: October 1, 2019 Funding Amount: N/A Status - Not Funded Source - N/A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) In 2019, the Texas Legislature will meet to discuss many bills and enact new laws. These can have significant effects on municipal and academic operations. In the past, Council decided to authorize a list of legislative priorities and opinions that are in the best interest of the community. Staff has worked to develop a 2019 draft for the new session, and is seeking Council direction on it. The agenda gives Staff direction in responding to bills that are being proposed by the Page 2 of 2 Legislature. This list will be shared with our legislative delegation to advise them on issues which are critical to the Town’s success. RECOMMENDATION Consider the attached list of legislative priorities. It is recommended that Council focus on opposing bills that would have a negative impact on local control. If Council is interested in formally adopting a legislative priority agenda for the upcoming session, Staff recommends that a resolution with draft priorities be brought forward for the Council’s consideration. If there is interest in pursuing a specific bill, Staff recommends working with the Town Attorney and our State Representative on drafting language for a proposed State bill. This bill drafting should occur in the near term. Legislative priorities that the Town would likely want to oppose would be: • Bills which reduce local decision making. • Bills altering the property tax system, especially in regard to appraisal and ad valorem rate caps. ATTACHMENTS Draft Report on Legislative Priorities PowerPoint from TML Development Snapshot September 2018 DENTON COUNTY TARRANT COUNTY CITY OF ROANOKE DENTON COUNTY TARRANT COUNTY CITY OF FORT WORTH TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN OF TROPHY CLUB CITY OF SOUTHLAKE 170 114 377 377 170 114 6 7 8 9 MAP GUIDE 1. Entrada Retail Corner Sales Office, Starbucks, Tower 2. Entrada Restaurant Row Restaurant 3. Entrada Block E, I, & J Residential Townhomes 4. Fire/EMS Station Government Facility 5. Schwab Corporate Campus Office Campus 6. Granada Residential Development 7. Terra Bella Residential Development 8. Carlyle Court Residential Development 9. Quail Hollow Residential Development 10. Spec’s Retail This map is for information purposes only. DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES MAP—SEPTEMBER 2018 CITY OF SOUTHLAKE CITY OF KELLER LEGEND Subdivision Roads Arterial Roads Highways Building Completed Site Plan Submitted Building Permit Submitted Building Under Construction 114 170 5 1 4 3 2 10 Development Activities Status—September 2018 Project No. Project Name Land Use Number of Lots/Units Size Development Status Percent Complete* Estimated Completion 1 Entrada Retail Corner Retail / Office 4 ~50,000 s.f. Retail Corner under construction; Starbucks/ Tower ready to issue 25% Fall 2019 2 Pedestrian Bridge / Restaurant Row Bridge / Restaurant 3 A: 15,422 sf B/C: 22,414 sf Under construction 10% 2019 3 Entrada Block E, I & J Residential J: 6 units I: 12 units E: 12/14 units J: 3,226 sf ea I: 2,769 sf ea E: 4,500 sf ea Block J has 6/6 lots currently under construction Block I has 12/12 lots currently under construction Block E has 12/14 lots currently under construction 4.66% Varies 4 Fire/EMS Station Civic Use N/A 5-acre site Under construction 60% Early 2019 5 Schwab Campus Phase 1 Office 4 buildings 2,600 car garage 1,420,000 s.f. total 33 acres Under construction 55% Summer 2019 6 Granada Phase I Residential 41 85 acres Phase I has 38/41 lots currently developed or under construction 81.71% N/A Granada Phase II 43 Phase II has 21/43 lots currently developed or under construction 31.40% 7 Terra Bella Residential 28 54.7 acres 25/26 lots currently developed or under construction 86.54% N/A 8 Carlyle Court Residential 8 10.2 acres 7/8 lots currently developed or under construction 68.75% N/A 9 Quail Hollow Residential 96 188 acres 3/96 lots under construction 1.96% N/A 10 Spec’s Retail 1 12,000 sf Under construction 10% 2018/2019 * % Complete = (#of BP’s x 50%)/Total BP’s + (#CO’s x 50%)/Total CO’s ** Refer to Entrada Development Report for more info Entrada Retail Corner Restaurant Row Entrada Residential Fire Station Project Blizzard / Charles Schwab Granada Terra Bella / Carlyle Court Quail Hollow Spec’s Residential Subdivision Buildout—September 2018 Subdivision Name Plat Date Total Lots Vacant Lots Size (Acres) Development Status Percent Complete Building Permits Issued Finals Issued Aspen Lane/Shelby Estates 4/7/1981 8 0 132.6 Built-out 100% 8 8 Carlyle Court 3/7/2016 8 1 10.2 Under development 68.75% 7 4 Entrada 12/14/2015 322 292 85.9 Under development 4.66% 30 0 Glenwyck Farms 3/13/2000 84 0 104.3 Built-out 100.00% 84 84 Granada Phase I 6/17/2013 41 3 84.3 Under development 81.71% 38 29 Granada Phase II 12/12/2016 43 22 31.40% 21 6 Knolls at Solana - 56 56 62.5 Conceptual 0.00% 0 0 Mahotea Boone 12/9/1977 14 0 31.6 Built-out 100.00% 14 14 Paigebrooke 3/8/2004 6 2 20.3 Under development 66.67% 4 4 Quail Hollow 3/28/2016 96 93 188.3 Under development 1.56% 3 0 Stagecoach 8/16/1971 47 6 55.5 Mostly built-out 86.17% 41 40 Terra Bella 11/11/2008 26 1 54.8 Under development 86.54% 25 20 Vaquero 3/27/2000 296 35 510 Mostly built-out 85.81% 261 247 Wyck Hill 4/3/1996 13 2 22.4 Mostly built-out 84.62% 11 11 Other/Miscellaneous - 21 2 - Mostly built-out 90.48% 20 18 1081 514 1362.7 48.66% 567 485 Block J Block I Block I (Piedra Court) SP | Ord 847 | 2-26-18 Gas Well Pad Site SP | Ord 778 | 3-28-16 Block P Block M Block H Block G Block F Block L Sales Office Block D Primrose CVS Amphitheater SP | Ord 777 | 03-28-16 Restaurant Row SP | Ord 779 | 3-28-16 Block B Block J (Catalonia Court) SP | Ord 783 | 4-25-16 RP | Ord 791 | 8-22-16 Block E (Comillas Court) SP | Ord 837 | 9-11-17 RP | Res 18-10 | 2-26-18 CVS SP | Ord 762 | 12-14-15 FP | Ord 761 | 12-14-15 Primrose SP | Ord 763 | 12-14-15 FP | Ord 761 | 12-14-15 Retail Corner SP | Ord 771 | 2-22-16 RP | Ord 809 | 12-12-16 Town Hall RP | Ord 810 | 12-12-16 Plaza Mayor SP | Ord 854 | 5-21-18 Chapel / Reception Hall SP | Ord 853 | 4-30-18 Phase 2 DP | Ord 830 | 06-19-17 Block E BUILDING LEGEND Site Plan Received Site Plan Approved Building Permit Received Building Under Construction Building Completed Block C Entrada Status Map — September 2018 Town of Westlake's Building Permit - Monthly Report Month of September, 2018 Project Number Project Type Full Address Permit Issued Date Tenant Name Contractor Business Name Declared Valuation Square Feet CFO - 18 - 0242 Commercial Finish-Out (C) 1301 Solana Blvd.Bldg 1 Suite 1440 Westlake, TX 76262 09/04/2018 Pipeline Plastics J.F. Jones Inc 54000 1640 Commercial Finish-Out (C) Permits Issued:1 TRLER - 18 - 0257 Construction Trailer Permit Entrada Harbor 46 Cortes Westlake, TX 76262 09/04/2018 TriArc Construction, LLC 314000 Construction Trailer Permit Permits Issued:1 FENCE - 18 - 0278 Fence Permit / Retaining Wall 2210 Costa Del Sol Westlake, TX 76262 09/20/2018 Ace Fence - DFW 4600 Fence Permit / Retaining Wall Permits Issued:1 GRADE - 18 - 0256 Grading Permit 1115 Post Oak Pl. Westlake, TX 76262 09/06/2018 Simmons Estate Homes GRADE - 18 - 0264 Grading Permit 1608 Meandering Way Dr. Westlake, TX 76262 09/06/2018 SCH Homes MYGOV.US Town of Westlake | Building Permit - Monthly Report | Printed 10/08/2018 at 13:23 PM Page 1 of 4 GRADE - 18 - 0265 Grading Permit 1814 High Country Dr. Westlake, TX 76262 09/07/2018 Barcus Construction Management Grading Permit Permits Issued:3 IRRC - 18 - 0270 Irrigation Permit (C)1401 Dove Rd. Westlake, TX 76262 09/11/2018 N1 Meter Station #1 American Backflow IRRC - 18 - 0280 Irrigation Permit (C) Fire Station 2000 Dove Rd. Westlake, TX 76262 09/28/2018 Sprinkle N Sprout 100000 Irrigation Permit (C) Permits Issued:2 IRR - 18 - 0146 Irrigation Permit (R)1505 Post Oak Pl. Westlake, TX 76262 09/11/2018 Highland Landscaping IRR - 18 - 0179 Irrigation Permit (R)1806 Seville Cove Westlake, TX 76262 09/19/2018 Texas Landsculpture 6000 IRR - 18 - 0180 Irrigation Permit (R)1807 Seville Cove Westlake, TX 76262 09/19/2018 Texas Landsculpture 7000 IRR - 18 - 0259 Irrigation Permit (R)2210 Costa Del Sol Westlake, TX 76262 09/05/2018 Aqua Irrigation 5000 IRR - 18 - 0277 Irrigation Permit (R)1905 Gaillardia Ct. Westlake, TX 76262 09/17/2018 Complete Landsculpture of Texas, L.P. 29500 Irrigation Permit (R) Permits Issued:5 HVACR - 18 - 0269 Mechanical Permit (R) 2008 Wood Thrush Ct. Westlake, TX 76262 09/12/2018 A#1 AIR 7100 MYGOV.US Town of Westlake | Building Permit - Monthly Report | Printed 10/08/2018 at 13:23 PM Page 2 of 4 HVACR - 18 - 0283 Mechanical Permit (R) 2001 Wood Thrush Ct. Westlake, TX 76262 09/24/2018 Crawford Services (Mechanical)29100 Mechanical Permit (R) Permits Issued:2 SFR - 18 - 0218 New Single Family Home Permit (R) 1475 Dove Rd. Westlake, TX 76262 09/21/2018 Elite Design Homes 1415257 8702 SFR - 18 - 0234 New Single Family Home Permit (R) 2230 Barcelona Ct. Westlake, TX 76262 09/06/2018 Larry Stewart Custom Homes 1.300000 7841 SFR - 18 - 0235 New Single Family Home Permit (R) 1411 Post Oak Pl. Westlake, TX 76262 09/19/2018 Huckleberry Builders 1150000 4997 SFR - 18 - 0261 New Single Family Home Permit (R) 1807 Quail Hollow Dr. Westlake, TX 76262 09/20/2018 SCH Homes 5400000 23017 New Single Family Home Permit (R) Permits Issued:4 PLMBR - 18 - 0276 Plumbing Permit (R)1721 Wisteria Way Westlake, TX 76262 09/17/2018 ARS Rescue Rooter PLMBR - 18 - 0279 Plumbing Permit (R)1721 Wisteria Way Westlake, TX 76262 09/19/2018 ARS Rescue Rooter 7000 Plumbing Permit (R) Permits Issued:2 ROOF - 18 - 0275 Roof Permit 1601 Creekwood Ct. Westlake, TX 76262 09/17/2018 Aerostorm Management 1000000 12697 Roof Permit Permits Issued:1 MYGOV.US Town of Westlake | Building Permit - Monthly Report | Printed 10/08/2018 at 13:23 PM Page 3 of 4 SIGN - 18 - 0246 Sign Permit Entrada Trevis 75 Cortes Dr. Westlake, TX 76262 09/12/2018 Allie Beth Allman & Associates Realtor 30 SIGN - 18 - 0247 Sign Permit 2210 Costa Del Sol Westlake, TX 76262 09/12/2018 Allie Beth Allman & Associates Realtor 30 Sign Permit Permits Issued:2 TOTALS:Square Footage:365,238.00 (Avg.: 60,873.00) Total Projects:24 Permits Issued:24 MYGOV.US Town of Westlake | Building Permit - Monthly Report | Printed 10/08/2018 at 13:23 PM Page 4 of 4 EXECUTIVE SESSION The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Section 551.087 Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations (1) to discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information that the governmental body has received from a business prospect that the governmental body seeks to have locate, stay, or expand in or near the territory of the governmental body and with which the governmental body is conducting economic development negotiations; or (2) to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect described by Subdivision (1) for the following: - Charles Schwab - BRE Solana - Maguire Partners-Solana Land, L.P., related to Centurion’s development known as Entrada and Granada Town Council Item # 4 – Executive Session Town Council Item # 5 – Reconvene Council Meeting COUNCIL RECAP / STAFF DIRECTION Town Council Item # 6 – Council Recap / Staff Direction Town Council Item # 7 – Adjournment Work Session ITEMS OF COMMUNITY INTEREST: Mayor and Council Reports on Items of Community Interest pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.0415 the Town Council may report on the following items: (1) expression of thanks, congratulations or condolences; (2) information about holiday schedules; (3) recognition of individuals; (4) reminders about upcoming Town Council events; (5) information about community events; and (6) announcements involving imminent threat to public health and safety.  Early Voting for November 6 Mid-Term Elections Starting Monday, October 22, 2018 through Friday, November 2, 2018 -Please visit the Election Information page found on our Town website for the polling locations, hours, a Sample Ballot, and other useful links for Tarrant & Denton Counties.  WA 11th Annual Monster Mash (Open to all families in Westlake-great fun for all ages) Hosted by Westlake Academy’s House of Commons (HOC; a PTO organization) Saturday, October 27, 2018; 4:30 pm – 10:00 pm Westlake Academy Campus -Don’t miss the fall festival fun for your family, right here in Westlake on the Academy campus! Visit WA-HOC.org website today and see their Monster Mash webpage for all the details, schedule of activities, etc.  Coffee & Conversation with the Mayor/Board President Monday, November 5, 2018; 8:00 – 9:30 am Marriott Solana Hotel – Great Room  Board of Trustees Work Session/Meeting Monday, November 5, 2018* Westlake Town Hall, Solana Terrace-Bldg.7, Suite 7100 - Council Chambers  Westlake Historical Preservation Society (WHPS) Board Meeting Monday, November 6, 2018, 6:00 pm* Westlake Town Hall, Solana Terrace-Bldg.7, Suite 7100 - Council Chambers  Simply Westlake hosts Neighbors Night Out Social Tuesday, November 6, 2018; 5:30 – 7:30 pm Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine in Southlake; RSVPs are required. -Great night out for Westlake residents! Don’t miss this gathering with neighbors for a fun, social evening with amazing food, cash bar, good fun and great conversations! Space is limited to 50 guests & RSVPs are required so please contact Connie Chase today to say you’ll be there!  Stagecoach Hills Annual Neighborhood Town Meeting Wednesday, November 7, 2018; 6:30 – 8:30 pm Home of Fran & Del Younglas -Invitations are being emailed to all Stagecoach Hills & Roanoke Road residents. If you have not received your invitation via email, please contact Ginger Awtry via her email or call 817-490-5719 for more information.  Westlake Academy Danish & Dialogue w/school leaders Thursday, November 8, 2018; 8:00 am – 9:00 am WA Campus – Sam & Margaret Lee Fieldhouse Classroom -Open to all Westlake & WA parents/grandparents: current and for those considering or wanting to learn more about our community’s charter school. Check out this month’s topic: Upper PYP Math Instruction and the Transdisciplinary Approach  Westlake Historical Preservation Society (WHPS) presents a Special Veterans Day Program Sunday, November 11, 2018; 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm WA Campus-MPH (Multi-Purpose Hall), 2600 JT Ottinger Road (use middle entrance) -Calling all Westlake veterans & community members, too: Please join the WHPS as we wish to show our appreciation and gratitude for your service with a special program, music, guest speakers, & more! For more information, visit the Town’s website calendar, please email WHPS President Kim Morris, or call WHPS Event Chair Stephen Thornton at 817-995-9647. Town Council Item # 2 – Items of Community Interest  Public Art Competition Advisory Committee Meeting Monday, November 12, 2018; 11:00 – 1:00 pm* Westlake Council Chambers, Solana Terrace, Bldg. 7-Suite 7100, First Floor  10th Annual Westlake Baja at Vaquero; Hosted by the WA Foundation Benefiting Westlake Academy Students & Staff Monday, November 12, 2018; 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm Vaquero Club, 2300 Vaquero Club Drive -Always an unforgettable evening for all at the Vaquero Club with proceeds benefiting teachers & students at WA. Visit WestlakeAcademyFoundation.org for all the details & activities at this one-of-a-kind FUNdraiser!  Planning & Zoning Work Session/Meeting Monday, November 12, 2018* Westlake Town Hall, Solana Terrace-Bldg.7, Suite 7100 - Council Chambers  Westlake Academy CLOSED for Thanksgiving/Fall Break Monday-Friday, November 19-23, 2018  Westlake Municipal Offices CLOSED in Observance of the Thanksgiving holidays Thursday & Friday, November 22-23, 2018 -Wishing you and your family a safe and happy Thanksgiving time together from Town Hall! **Trash & Recycling Services are shifted this week to Saturday, November 24. Collections will NOT occur on Friday, Nov. 23, but are delayed one day.  Town Council Work Session/Meeting Monday, November 26, 2018* Westlake Town Hall, Solana Terrace-Bldg.7, Suite 7100 - Council Chambers  Annual Community Tree Lighting Thursday, November 29, 2018; 6:00 – 8:00 pm Solana Plaza, 1301 Solana Boulevard -Please join the Westlake community as we stir up your holiday spirit and kick off the holiday season together with family, friends, & neighbors - stay a little or a lot but come on out and help support your community! **Fire-EMS Department will be on-site collecting toys & food pantry items once again for those children & families less fortunate through Christmas is for Children! After the Tree Lighting, you may also drop off any donations at the current Fire Station (not the new one…yet!) through December 21. *For meeting agendas and details on WA calendar events or Municipal calendar events, please visit the Westlake Academy website or the Town of Westlake website for further assistance. CITIZEN COMMENTS: This is an opportunity for citizens to address the Council on any matter whether or not it is posted on the agenda. The Council cannot by law take action nor have any discussion or deliberations on any presentation made to the Council at this time concerning an item not listed on the agenda. The Council will receive the information, ask staff to review the matter, or an item may be noticed on a future agenda for deliberation or action. Town Council Item # 3 – Citizen Comments CONSENT AGENDA: All items listed below are considered routine by the Town Council and will be enacted with one motion. There will be no separate discussion of items unless a Council Member or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the general order of business and considered in its normal sequence. a. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on September 24, 2018. b. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on October 2, 2018. c. Consider approval of Resolution 18-40, Approving and authorizing the Town Manger to enter into an agreement for the purchase of a new ambulance with Frazer, Sterling McCall FordFrazer LTD through HGAC. d. Consider approval of Resolution 18-41, Approving a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Document to be Utilized to Solicit Submission of Qualifications from Interested Artists to be Considered for Development of a Public Art Piece to be Located at the Northwest Corner of Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) and Dove Road on the New Fire Station Site. e. Consider approval of Resolution 18-42, Approving a Contract with Stantec for Architectural Planning Services Related to Master Facility Planning for Westlake Academy. Town Council Item # 4 – Consent Agenda Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 1 of 9 MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS TOWN COUNCIL MEETING September 24, 2018 PRESENT: Mayor Laura Wheat and Council Members Michael Barrett, Alesa Belvedere, Carol Langdon, and Wayne Stoltenberg. ABSENT: Rick Rennhack OTHERS PRESENT: Assistant Town Manager Amanda DeGan, Town Secretary Kelly Edwards, Town Attorney Stan Lowry, Dr. Mechelle Bryson, Fire Chief Richard Whitten, Deputy Fire Chief John Ard, Director of Planning & Development Ron Ruthven, Director of Public Works Jarrod Greenwood, Development Coordinator Nick Ford, Director of Facilities & Parks Troy Meyer, Director of Communications Ginger Awtry, Communications Manager Jon Sasser, Director of Information Technology Jason Power, and Director of Human Resources and Administrative Services Todd Wood. Work Session 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Wheat called the work session to order at 6:17 p.m. 2. REVIEW OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS FOR THE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA. Mr. Juan Calderon, General Manager Marriott Solana, provided an overview of the renovations and other events. Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 2 of 9 3. DISCUSSION ITEMS a. Presentation and further discussion regarding a process for Capital Improvement Planning for Westlake Academy. Director Meyer and Dr. Bryson provided an overview of Capital Improvement Planning for Westlake Academy. Mr. Terry Hoyle and Mr. Johnathan Aldis, Stantec, provided a presentation and overview of their approach to facility planning for the Academy. Discussion ensued regarding enrollment number options but changing the delivery of education, if current space could be reconfigured, programs needs, and discussing long-term needs. b. Presentation and discussion by Westlake Public Art Competition Advisory Committee (WPACAC) representatives regarding status of Public Art Request for Qualifications (RFQ) process and WPACAC work to date. Mr. Robin McCaffery and Mr. Russell Tether, provided a presentation and overview of the Westlake Public Art Competition Advisory Committee process and status of the Request for Qualifications. Mayor Wheat moved to item d of the work session. c. Standing Item: Presentation and discussion of development projects per Staff Report August 2018 including an Entrada report from the Developer and projects in Planned Development PD 3-5. Director Ruthven provided a presentation and overview of the item. Entrada: The water feature and lighting of that feature. Charles Schwab: Should be complete by March, CO by summer, staff is in the process of reviewing Phase II. Knolls: Provided an overview of the preliminary site evaluation and staff is reviewing the construction plans. Fire Station: CORE Construction should turn over the facility to the Town in mid to late January, stone construction is complete, the company is working on the interior finish-out, the drive approach has been delayed due to weather, and they will be removing the crushed granite and install sidewalk along the property. Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 3 of 9 d. Discussion regarding a replacement of resigning Town Council member. Council Member Stoltenberg stated he had taken a new employment opportunity and would be stepping down. Discussion ensued regarding the possible appointment of current Planning & Zoning Commissioner Greg Goble. Mayor Wheat presented Council Member Stoltenberg with a clock for his gift of time serving the community. Mayor Wheat recessed the work session at 6:57 p.m., to call the regular meeting to order. Reconvened the work session at 7:06 p.m., and moved back to item c of the work session. 4. EXECUTIVE SESSION Council did not convene into to executive session. The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Section 551.087 Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations (1) to discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information that the governmental body has received from a business prospect that the governmental body seeks to have locate, stay, or expand in or near the territory of the governmental body and with which the governmental body is conducting economic development negotiations; or (2) to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect described by Subdivision (1) for the following: - Charles Schwab - BRE Solana - Maguire Partners-Solana Land, L.P., related to Centurion’s development known as Entrada and Granada 5. RECONVENE MEETING 6. COUNCIL RECAP / STAFF DIRECTION No additional direction Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 4 of 9 7. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Wheat adjourned the work session at 7:18 p.m., and reconvened the regular meeting beginning with item 2. Regular Session 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Wheat called the regular session to order at 6:57 p.m. and moved to item 7 of the agenda. 2. ITEMS OF COMMUNITY INTEREST Mayor Wheat reconvened the meeting at 7:18 p.m., with Council Member Stoltenberg absent. Director Awtry provided an overview of the upcoming events. 3. CITIZEN COMMENTS No one addressed the Council. 4. CONSENT AGENDA a. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on August 27, 2018. b. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on September 10, 2018. c. Consider approval of the minutes from the meeting on September 19, 2018. d. Consider approval of Resolution 18-33, Approving a Negotiated Settlement between the Atmos Cities Steering Committee (“ACSC”) and Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Division. e. Consider approval of Resolution 18-34, Approving a Signage and Lighting Plan for Phase I of the Charles Schwab Development. f. Consider approval of Resolution 18-35, Approving an Economic Development Agreement with the Marriott Solana Hotel. g. Consider approval of Ordinance 863, Amending Chapter 58, Peddlers and Solicitors. h. Consider approval of Ordinance 864, Amending Chapter 2 titled “Administration” by amending Section 2-181 and repealing Ordinance 832 adopting a Fee Schedule by adopting a new Fee Schedule. Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 5 of 9 MOTION: Council Member Belvedere made a motion to approve the consent agenda. Council Member Barrett seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 3-0. 5. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 865, APPROVING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO ORDINANCE 202 APPROVING THE PD1 ZONING DISTRICT BY APPROVING A SITE PLAN AMENDMENT TO CONSTRUCT ADDITIONAL SURFACE PARKING LOTS FOR LOTS 3 AND 4, BLOCK 2, WESTLAKE/SOUTHLAKE PARK ADDITION NUMBER ONE LOCATED AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SOLANA BLVD. AND STATE HIGHWAY 114. Director Ruthven provided an overview of the item. Mr. Robin McCaffrey, Mesa Planning, provided an overview of the proposed project while maintaining consistency with the original design of the development. Discussion ensued regarding the Planning & Zoning Commission’s concern regarding the reduction of the green space in front of the hotel, tree mitigation, lighting in the parking areas, proposed driveway connection to the service road of Highway 114, and current parking ratios. Mr. Ty Lee and Mr. Adam Williams, Denali Properties, provided an overview of their discussions with current tenants and new tenants. Additional discussion ensued regarding a possible parking structure verses a surface lot, additional locations or opportunities for trees, and possibly reverting back to the original bright colors of the development. Mayor Wheat opened the public hearing. No one addressed the Council. Mayor Wheat closed the public hearing. MOTION: Council Member Belvedere made a motion to approve Ordinance 865. Council Member Barrett seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 3-0. 6. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION 18-36, APPROVING A PRELIMINARY SITE EVALUATION FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 62.5-ACRE PORTION OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 6 (PD6) ALSO KNOWN AS THE KNOLLS AT SOLANA. THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF SOLANA BLVD, WEST OF SAM SCHOOL RD, NORTH OF GLENWYCK FARMS AND EAST OF GRANADA. Director Ruthven provided an overview of the item. Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 6 of 9 Discussion ensued regarding the future review and approval of the development design guidelines, conservation easement, and development agreements. Mayor Wheat opened the public hearing. No one addressed the Council. Mayor Wheat closed the public hearing. MOTION: Council Member Barrett made a motion to approve Resolution 18-36. Council Member Langdon seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 3-0. Mayor Wheat then moved to item 11. 7. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 866, ADOPTING THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE ESTIMATED BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2018, ADOPTING THE PROPOSED BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2019 INCLUDING AN INVESTMENT POLICY, PAY PLAN POLICY, FISCAL AND BUDGETARY POLICIES, RESTRICTED, COMMITTED AND ASSIGNED FUND BALANCES, AND PROVIDING AUTHORIZATION TO THE TOWN MANGER TO APPROVE APPROPRIATED FUNDS UP TO $50,000. Assistant Town Manager DeGan provided an overview of the item. Mayor Wheat opened the public hearing. No one addressed the Council. Mayor Wheat closed the public hearing. MOTION: Council Member Stoltenberg made a motion to approve Ordinance 866. Council Member Barrett seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 4-0. Mayor Wheat then moved to items 8, 9 and 10 respectively of the agenda. 8. CONSIDERATION AND DISCUSSION OF A RESOLUTION 18-37, TO RATIFY THE PROPERTY TAX INCREASE AS REFLECTED IN THE FY 2018-2019 ANNUAL BUDGET. Council Member Stoltenberg stated that he hopes that will future councils will utilize this increase to assist the Town in financing future projects capital facility projects at the Academy. Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 7 of 9 MOTION: Council Member Belvedere made a motion to approve Resolution 18-37. Council Member Stoltenberg seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 4-0. 9. DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 867, LEVYING MUNICIPAL AD VALOREM (PROPERTY) TAXES FOR THE 2018 YEAR IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 PROPOSED BUDGET. Assistant Town Manager DeGan provided an overview of the item. MOTION: Council Member Barrett made a motion to approve Ordinance 867. Council Member Belvedere seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 4-0. 10. DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION REGARDING THE LETTER OF RESIGNATION OF COUNCIL MEMBER WAYNE STOLTENBERG. MOTION: Council Member Langdon made a motion to approve the resignation of Council Member Wayne Stoltenberg. Council Member Barrett seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 4-0. Council Member Stoltenberg left the meeting at 7:06 p.m. Mayor Wheat recessed the meeting at 7:06 p.m., moving back to the work session. 11. DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION 18-38, APPOINTING A PERSON TO FILL THE UNEXPIRED TERM OF COUNCILMEMBER WAYNE STOLTENBERG. Assistant Town Manager DeGan provided an overview of the item. MOTION: Council Member Langdon made a motion approve Resolution 18-38, appointing Greg Goble to fill the vacancy. Council Member Belvedere seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 3-0. 12. DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION 18-39, APPOINTING A COMMISSIONER AND ALTERNATE COMMISSIONER TO THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. Assistant Town Manager DeGan provided an overview of the item. Discussion ensued regarding applicants. Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 8 of 9 MOTION: Council Member Langdon made a motion to approve Resolution 18-39. Council Member Barrett seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 3-0. 13. EXECUTIVE SESSION Council convened into executive session at 8:22 p.m. The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Section 551.087 Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations (1) to discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information that the governmental body has received from a business prospect that the governmental body seeks to have locate, stay, or expand in or near the territory of the governmental body and with which the governmental body is conducting economic development negotiations; or (2) to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect described by Subdivision (1) for the following: - Charles Schwab - BRE Solana - Maguire Partners-Solana Land, L.P., related to Centurion’s development known as Entrada and Granada 14. RECONVENE MEETING Mayor Wheat reconvened the meeting at 9:34 p.m. 15. TAKE ANY ACTION, IF NEEDED, FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS. No necessary action. 16. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS No additional discussion required. 17. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business before the Council, Mayor Wheat asked for a motion to adjourn the meeting. MOTION: Council Member Belvedere made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Council Member Langdon seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 3-0. Town Council Minutes 09/24/18 Page 9 of 9 Mayor Wheat adjourned the meeting at 9:34 p.m. APPROVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL ON OCTOBER 29, 2018. ATTEST: _____________________________ Laura Wheat, Mayor _____________________________ Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Town Council Minutes 10/02/18 Page 1 of 3 MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS TOWN COUNCIL MEETING October 2, 2018 PRESENT: Mayor Laura Wheat and Council Members Michael Barrett, Alesa Belvedere, Greg Goble, Carol Langdon, and Rick Rennhack. ABSENT: OTHERS PRESENT: Town Manager Tom Brymer, Assistant Town Manager Amanda DeGan, Town Secretary Kelly Edwards, Director of Public Works Jarrod Greenwood, Finance Director Debbie Piper, Director of Human Resources and Administrative Services Todd Wood, Director of Communications Ginger Awtry, and Director of Planning & Development Ron Ruthven. Regular Session 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Wheat called the regular session to order at 6:35 p.m. 2. ADMINISTER OATH OF OFFICE TO GREG GOBLE. Mayor Wheat administered the Oath of Office to new Council Member Greg Goble. Town Council Minutes 10/02/18 Page 2 of 3 3. CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE 868, ADOPT AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF INTEREST BEARING CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION, IN ONE OR MORE SERIES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,100,000 FOR PAYING ALL OR A PORTION OF THE TOWN’S CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS INCURRED IN CONNECTION WITH: (I) ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, INSTALLING, AND EQUIPPING ADDITIONS, IMPROVEMENTS, EXTENSIONS, AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE TOWN’S WATER SYSTEM, INCLUDING A WATER TRANSMISSION LINE; AND (II) PAYING LEGAL, FISCAL AND ENGINEERING FEES IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH PROJECTS. Director Greenwood provided an overview of the item. Rodolfo Segura Jr., McCall, Parkhurst & Horton L.L.P., provided additional information regarding the bonds. Tom Lawrence, Lawrence Financial Consulting, L.L.C., provided additional information regarding the rates. Discussion ensued regarding the process of Texas Water Development Board including the funding for the town and the need for a super majority quorum. MOTION: Council Member Rennhack made a motion to approve Ordinance 868. Council Member Barrett seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. 4. EXECUTIVE SESSION Council convened into executive session at 6:49 p.m. The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Section 551.074(a)(1): Deliberation Regarding Personnel Matters – to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, of a public officer or employee: - Town Manager evaluation - Town Manager search process 5. RECONVENE MEETING Mayor Wheat reconvened the meeting at 9:03 p.m. 6. TAKE ANY ACTION, IF NEEDED, FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS. No necessary action. Town Council Minutes 10/02/18 Page 3 of 3 7. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business before the Council, Mayor Wheat asked for a motion to adjourn the meeting. MOTION: Council Member Belvedere made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Council Member Goble seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. Mayor Wheat adjourned the meeting at 9:03 p.m. APPROVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL ON OCTOBER 29, 2018. ATTEST: _____________________________ Laura Wheat, Mayor _____________________________ Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Page 1 of 2 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Consent Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Consider approval of a Resolution approving and authorizing the Town Manger to enter into an agreement for the purchase of a new ambulance with Frazer, Sterling McCall FordFrazer LTD through HGAC. STAFF CONTACT: Richard Whitten, Fire Chief Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Mission: Westlake is a unique community blending preservation of our natural environment and viewscapes, while serving our residents and businesess with superior municipal and academic services that are accessible, efficient, cost- effective, & transparent. Municipal & Academic Operations Exemplary Service & Governance - We set the standard by delivering unparalleled municipal and educational services at the lowest cost. Improve Technology, Facilities & Equipment Strategic Initiative Comprehensive Plan Project Review Time Line - Start Date: October 29, 2018 Completion Date: April 30, 2019 Funding Amount: $260,000 Status - Funded Source - General Fund EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) The purchase of an ambulance is to replace the existing 2002 F450 ambulance in accordance with the Town’s vehicle replacement plan. Our vehicle replacement program allows for an ambulance to be in front-line status for seven years and reserve status for another seven years. The 2002 F450 ambulance has exceeded its lifespan by two years for an emergency response vehicle and is no longer a mechanically reliable emergency response vehicle. The new Page 2 of 2 ambulance will be placed in front-line status and unit #1404 ambulance will move to reserve status and provide a solid reliable backup thereby improving our service level. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends the purchase. ATTACHMENTS Resolution, Quote, Form 2270, Form 1295 Resolution 18-40 Page 1 of 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION NO. 18-40 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, AUTHORIZING THE TOWN MANAGER TO PURCHASE A NEW AMBULANCE WITH FRAZER, STERLING MCCALL FORD/FRAZER LTD THROUGH HGAC; AND AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES FOR THE COMPLETION OF SAID ACQUISITION. WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake commenced the operation of the Town of Westlake Fire-EMS Department during May 2002; and WHEREAS, based on the scope of services provided and the geographic limits of the Town of Westlake service area, the Town of Westlake Fire-EMS Department must maintain emergency response vehicles and all associated equipment to provide said services, and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds and concludes that maintaining reliable emergency response vehicles is necessary to protect and preserve the public health, safety, and property of the Town limits; and WHEREAS, by entering into an agreement with Frazer, Sterling McCall Ford/Frazer LTD through HGAC, a cooperative purchasing program that satisfies the formal bid process; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That, all matters stated in the Recitals hereinabove are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein by reference as if copied in their entirety SECTION 2: That the Town of Westlake Town Council does hereby approve the proposed quote from Sterling McCall Ford/Frazer LTD, attached as Exhibit “A”. SECTION 3: That the Town Manager, or his designee, is authorized and directed to enter into an agreement for the acquisition of an ambulance, and all associated equipment, in an amount not to exceed $260,000. Any actions previously taken by the Town Manager in the undertaking of this project are hereby ratified and approved. SECTION 4: If any portion of this Resolution shall, for any reason, be declared invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining provisions hereof and the Council hereby determines that it would have adopted this Resolution without the invalid provision. Resolution 18-40 Page 2 of 2 SECTION 5: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 29TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2018. ATTEST: _____________________________ Laura L. Wheat, Mayor ____________________________ ______________________________ Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Thomas E. Brymer, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: ____________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney Order No:Q868-00001 Quote Date:9/20/2018 Expiration Date:11/11/2018 Invoice To:Attention:Erika Fullick Fire Chief Richard Whitten rwhitten@westlake-tx.org Westlake Fire / EMS Department 2900 Dove Rd. Westlake TX 76262 US Salesperson: efullick@frazerbilt.com Order Instructions: 108CA 4x4 No.Item Quantity U/M Unit Price Net Amount 1 MODULE 1.000 EA $191,375.00 $191,375.00 Type I 14' Module 2 CHASSIS 1.000 EA $54,000.00 $54,000.00 2018/19 Ford F-450 Diesel 3 DELIVERY 0.000 M $2.75 $0.00 Customer Pick Up - FOB Houston 5 HGAC-NEW 1.000 EA $1,000.00 $1,000.00 HGAC Fee for a New Unit 6 TRADE-IN 1.000 EA $ -14,000.00 $-14,000.00 Westlake E-1203 Ambulance 2003 Ford F350 diesel VIN: 1FDXF46F43EB00556 Mileage~110,000 Frazer, Ltd., 7219 Rampart Street, Houston, TX, 77081, P: 713-772-5511 www.frazerbilt.com Page 1 of 2 Customer Quote Resolution 18-40 Order No:Q868-00001 Quote Date:9/20/2018 Expiration Date:11/11/2018 Remit To: Per TMVCC, we are quoting this through our licensed franchise dealer, Sterling McCall Ford. Sterling McCall Ford 6445 Southwest Freeway Houston TX 77074 Sale Amount: Order Disc( 4.9446%): Sales Tax: Total Amount: 232,375.00 -11,490.00 0.00 220,885.00 Payment Terms: Special Instructions: Email this quote along with your PO to sales@frazerbilt.com. Graphics pricing includes two hours’ design time in the base price. More extensive graphics or multiple changes will be billed at $100/hr. Net 30 Days Frazer, Ltd., 7219 Rampart Street, Houston, TX, 77081, P: 713-772-5511 www.frazerbilt.com Page 2 of 2 Customer Quote Resolution 18-40 Resolution 18-40 Resolution 18-40 Resolution 18-40 Page 1 of 2 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Consent Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Consideration for Approval of a Resolution Approving a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Document to be Utilized to Solicit Submission of Qualifications from Interested Artists to be Considered for Development of a Public Art Piece to be Located at the Northwest Corner of Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) and Dove Road on the New Fire Station Site. STAFF CONTACT: Tom Brymer, Town Manager Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Vision: An oasis of nautural beuty that maintains our open spaces in balance with distinctive development, trails, and quality of life amenities amidst an ever expanding urban landscape. Citizen, Student & Stakeholder High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Comprehensive Plan Project Review Time Line - Start Date: June 19, 2017 Completion Date: On-going Funding Amount: TBD Status - Funded Source - Multiple Sources - see comments below EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) On February 27, 2017, after a lengthy process that included opportunity for public participation, the Town Council reviewed and adopted a new Public Art Plan. Staff then began working with the Town’s public art consultant to formulate next steps for implementing the Town’s Public Art Page 2 of 2 Plan. This included creating a competition to ultimately obtain a public art piece which would be the first in the Town’s collection under this Public Art Program. To accomplish this first public art competition, it was proposed to the Council for it to appoint a Public Art Competition Advisory Committee. This Committee was appointed, and their charge delineated, by the Town Council in a resolution on June 19, 2017. Since that the time the Westlake Public Art Competition Committee (WPACC or Committee) has been meeting and identifying the location of the Town’s first public art piece under the Town’s new Public Art Plan. Further, the WPACC has also been formulating the process for identifying artists, soliciting their qualifications, and selecting finalists for design of this first public art piece under the Town’s new Public Art Plan. The Committee is also heavily involved in identifying funding for this effort. At their January 29, 2018 workshop, the Council was given a presentation by Committee representatives to update the Town Council on their activities to date, as well as review the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) document, and RFQ process with the Council. The Council expressed consensus and agreement on the proposed RFQ process to date, however, it expressed again Council’s sense that funding for the artist honorarium(s) should come from donations, i.e. the same funding for the art piece selected via this competition process. Since then, the Committee has continued its work to refine the RFQ document as well as the RFQ process and has obtained donations for artist honorarium(s). The Committee has developed a flow chart to outline the process that would be used to obtain this public art piece. This was presented at the Council’s April 30th workshop. On September 24, 2018 Committee members presented for Council input and direction the latest draft of the RFQ document that the WPACC has prepared to solicit artist qualifications for this artwork. Since then the draft RFQ document has been fine-tuned further by the Committee and is being presented to the Council at this meeting for Council consideration for approval so that 1.) the artist qualification solicitation process for this art piece can commence, as well as 2.) provide the Committee, Town Staff, general public and interested artists with the Town’s fund raising goals (i.e. donations) for this art piece. RECOMMENDATION Recommend approval of this resolution. ATTACHMENTS Resolution approving the RFQ for this art piece as well as the RFQ document (an exhibit to the resolution). Resolution 18-41 Page 1 of 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION 18-41 A RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, APPROVING A REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) DOCUMENT TO BE UTILIZED TO SOLICIT SUBMISSION OF QUALIFICATIONS FROM INTERESTED ARTISTS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A PUBLIC ART PIECE TO BE LOCATED AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF DAVIS BOULEVARD (FM 1938) AND DOVE ROAD ON THE NEW FIRE STATION SITE. WHEREAS, the Westlake Town Council in 2017 adopted a new Public Art Plan for the Town of Westlake, as well as formed and appointed the Westlake Public Art Competition Committee to begin the process of implementing this new Public Art Plan; and, WHEREAS, the Westlake Public Art Competition Committee (WPACC) has be developing a process for implementing this Plan with the first piece of public art to be located at Davis Boulevard and Dove Road on the new Fire Station site; and, WHEREAS, the WPACC, as a part of pursuing this public art piece, has developed a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) document to solicit submission of qualifications from interested artists to be considered for development of a public art piece to be located at the northwest corner of Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) and Dove Road on the new Fire Station site WHEREAS, the WPACC has requested Town Council approval of this RFQ document so that 1.) the artist qualification solicitation process for this art piece can commence, as well as 2.) provide the Committee, Town Staff, public and interested artists with the Town’s fund-raising goals (i.e. donations) for this art piece; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That, all matters stated in the Recitals hereinabove are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein by reference as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, hereby approves attached as Exhibit “A”, Request for Qualifications (RFQ) document (attached as exhibit to this resolution) for this public art piece so that 1.) the artist qualification solicitation process for this art piece can commence, as well as 2.) provide the Committee, Town Staff, general public and interested artists with the Town’s fund-raising goals (i.e. donations) for this art piece; and authorizes the WPACC to move forward with this process accordingly as set out in this RFQ. Resolution 18-41 Page 2 of 2 SECTION 3: If any portion of this Resolution shall, for any reason, be declared invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining provisions hereof and the Council hereby determines that it would have adopted this Resolution without the invalid provision. SECTION 4: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 29th DAY OF MAY 2018. ATTEST: _____________________________ Laura L. Wheat, Mayor _______________________________ ______________________________ Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Thomas E. Brymer, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: _______________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 1 of 13 Town of Westlake, Texas Public Art Request for Statement of Qualifications (RFQ) from Interested Artists: The Dove/ Davis Public Art Project Invitation The Town of Westlake, through its Westlake Public Arts Competition Advisory Committee hereinafter WPACC or Committee), is accepting qualifications from artists for a Public Art installation at the corner of Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) and Dove Road in Westlake, Texas. This is the first in a series of such pieces planned for the Town and will, therefore, set an artistic standard for future works. The selected artist will be asked to create a design and proposal for fabrication and installation of a major public artwork to be located on the site described below. The site is part of a larger tract shared with Westlake’s newest fire station, now under construction. Therefore, the selected artist will be required to coordinate their work with the project contractor and landscape architect in order to properly sequence implementation and appropriately integrate with the overall landscape design. Artists who have experience in the execution of projects with similar scope and requirements are urged to respond to this invitation. Budget The Budget for this project is tiered, so that qualified artists asked to provide a proposal can identify the funding requirement most appropriate for their concept. The Budget tiers established are: Tier 1: $450,000 Tier 2: $600,000 Tier 3: $850,000 The tiered structure allows the Committee to evaluate submissions of all artists in an objective manner, thus ensuring their decisions and recommendations are in the interest of the Town of Westlake, aesthetically and financially. Financing for the final selection will be achieved through an independent funding campaign built around the work and targeted to potential donors and sponsors. RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 2 of 13 Up to four (4) artists (hereinafter called semi-finalists) will be selected to conduct a site visit, develop a proposal, and return for interviews. Semi-finalists must confirm the tier(s) best suited to their proposal(s). Semi-finalists may submit a proposal for each and/or every tier, if they desire. Each of the semi-finalists will be offered a $5,000 honorarium to help cover costs associated with the site visit and proposal. After the Committee reviews the semi-finalists’ proposals, a finalist will be selected and offered a $10,000.00 honorarium to help cover costs associated with preparing a final design, presentations to the Town and travel associated thereto. Introduction – The Town of Westlake • Understanding past, present, emerging, and inherent conditions that shape and influence the future of Westlake. • The Town of Westlake comprises emerging commercial and residential areas juxtaposed with pastoral and open spaces Westlake is a growing, vibrant community with a unique identity located in the dynamic Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex on the high growth State Highway 114 corridor minutes away from the north entrance to DFW airport. The demographic of Westlake’s residents is one that is very high end as is the housing market. Westlake residents are very well educated and quite successful in their respective fields of employment. Westlake’s development standards are of the highest quality. Westlake is home to several top tier companies. With the recent announcement by the Charles Schwab Company and commencement of the construction of a major corporate office campus in Westlake, the Town now has a financial industry cluster located in its boundaries that also includes Fidelity Investments and Deloitte LLP. The environment in Westlake, culturally, governmentally, and business-wise, is a very sophisticated one. Further, it involves owning the only municipal charter schools in the State of Texas, Westlake Academy, a K-12 school featuring the International Baccalaureate curriculum. Westlake’s agricultural beginnings, its proximity to neighboring growth centers, and its location relative to the outward expansion of both Dallas and Fort Worth have contributed to the present character, setting, and identity of the Town as well as its commitments to development entitlements. These historic dynamics will continue to nurture further development/expansion/growth of the region and context surrounding Westlake. As surrounding change intensifies, internal change can become more pervasive and dramatic. Therefore, understanding the forces of change, the potential effects of change, and the time frame of change is critical to creating a plan that can manage/respond to change. RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 3 of 13 Additional background information regarding the Town of Westlake is found on the Town of Westlake web page under public art. Vision & Mission Statements  Town of Westlake Vision & Mission Statement Vision Westlake is an oasis of natural beauty that maintains our open spaces in balance with distinctive development, trails, and quality of life amenities amidst an ever expanding urban landscape. Mission On behalf of the citizens, the mission of the Town of Westlake is to be a unique community blending preservation of our natural environment and viewscapes, while serving our residents and businesses with superior municipal and academic services that are accessible, efficient, cost-effective, and transparent.  Westlake Public Arts Competition Advisory Committee Vision & Mission Statement Vision “Expand the natural, cultural and aesthetic environment of the Town of Westlake with works of art that engage the senses, challenge the mind, enhance the beauty, and embrace the soul of the citizens of Westlake.” Mission “The Westlake Public Art Advisory Competition Committee is founded to establish a partnership between the Town of Westlake and distinguished representatives of the Regional Arts Community that will jointly pursue a Competition based Public Arts Program in Westlake Texas which cultivates excellence in public art, nourishes and develops new and emerging talent, provides a venue for the recognition and promotion of such unique talent, and seeks masterpiece in public art works overall “ Goals, Themes and Scope of the Dove/Davis Project Goals of the Project RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 4 of 13 Westlake is seeking a Public Art installation that: A. Builds upon the visual, locational, and public importance of this site, B. Manifests the site’s exceptional natural characteristics (reflecting the work’s association with the Town’s Open Space Core), and C. Allows public interaction that the artist deems appropriate for this project. Overarching themes in the artwork should encompass the mission of the Town of Westlake as well as the mission of the public arts initiative. The site is located at the corner of two major thoroughfares in the Town with three residential developments and corporate campuses close by. Therefore, the artwork will be visible from multiple vantage points, most critically from the street level, where it will be prominent to pedestrians and automobiles in the course of daily trip activity. In addition, the artwork should integrate with the varying natural assets of the site and take into consideration the on-site fire station, bio swale, tree-line, and pedestrian trail. The artist must respond to a graded terrain and take into consideration the function of the varying levels of water within the bio-swale. (See the attached site plan). Additionally, the artwork must take the following design aspirations into consideration: • Relevance – The artwork must be appropriate for the chosen location and for the mission of the Town • Sustainability – sustainable materials. • Originality – The artwork must be original and unique to Westlake • Durability and Permanence – resistance to theft and weathering as well as structural sustainability and ease of maintenance. • Setting – The artwork will reside in an open space and as such must seek to interpret the connection between this location and natural systems/conditions/features characteristic of the site. The artwork will consider both available natural and artificial light sources and be viewable from multiple vantage points and elevations. Electricity and/or water may be provided for the artwork in consultation with the Town. Scope of work The scope of this project includes contracting with an Artist and/or Artist Team to design, fabricate, and oversee installation of a permanent artwork at the location described below. A successful design should take particular advantage of both the site public exposure as well as its attachment to the future open space core of the Town fabric and creatively interpret the natural associations that the site possesses. Responders to this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) are expected to make themselves familiar with the site per the information in this section of the RFQ and the RFQ as a whole, as well as any other supplemental informational sources about the site which they determine to obtain (example: on-line map resources and Town Web site including a Public Art Tab). RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 5 of 13 This site is located in a place of high visibility and community significance at the northwest corner of Davis Boulevard (FM 1938) and Dove Road (2 primary arterials of the Town of Westlake). In addition, joggers, bikers, and walkers frequent this location using the trail system adjacent to and circumscribing this location. There is an existing bio-swale at this location that serves the Town’s new Fire Station (adjacent to the art site). Site Description Because of the aforementioned major intersection, this artwork will have major public exposure. Dove Road/ Davis Blvd. intersection is a hub of local and regional movement, serving 50,000 cars a day by 2027. The site area available for the art installation is 1 acre and is part of: 1. A 1000 acre+ open space core: Identified in the Westlake Comprehensive Plan adopted in 2015 (see diagram below). This Open Space core is envisioned as the “seam” of public life where the relatively small residential population of the Town share activity with a large daytime population (working and shopping in the more than 20 million square feet of commercial zoning now in place). RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 6 of 13 2. A community fabric which hosts: A. Major Financial Service Companies (such as Charles Schwab, Fidelity Investments, and Sabre), B. Major land owners (such as Hillwood and Blackstone), C. Major educational institutions such as Westlake Academy and Deloitte University, and a residential build out potential of 7100 people. RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 7 of 13 PICTURES OF THE DOVE/ DAVIS ART SITE (Taken during early construction of the adjacent Fire Station) PICTURE 1 PICTURE 2 RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 8 of 13 3. A public improvement initiative: Including the new Fire Station, occupying the northerly portion of the larger 5-acre site (See diagram below), and major streetscape enhancements of the crossing roadways (Davis Blvd. and Dove Road). RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 9 of 13 Aerial Photograph of Fire Station Site, Public Art Site is in lower right hand corner of this photograph: The public art site is in the upper left hand corner of this aerial photograph of the site: RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 10 of 13 Architectural rendition of the finished Fire Station building from the Davis/Dove intersection looking to the northwest and taking in the public art site. RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 11 of 13 4. A natural drainage way: Through which storm water run-off flowing from points north and west of this site will flow to natural waterways located south and east (see diagram below) 5. A point of convergence: In the alignment of pedestrian trails of the Town. RFQ Requirements Qualification Process A shortlist of up to four (4) artists (hereinafter called semi-finalists) will be selected by the Westlake Public Art Competition Advisory Committee (see membership on the Town of Westlake Web Site, Public art Tab) based on interest, suitability and/or experience. Semi-finalists will have an opportunity to discuss possibilities and goals with the Committee during a Skype interview. Semi-finalists will have approximately one (1) month to prepare a concept for consideration. Semi-finalists RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 12 of 13 will be offered a $5,000 honorarium to help cover costs associated with the proposal, including travel. After review of the proposals, the Finalist will be invited for an interview. The Finalist will be required to present a PowerPoint presentation, samples of materials, timeline, budget and a narrative describing the inspiration for the design, the fabrication process and installation. The Finalist will also submit maintenance requirements for their design. The Finalist will be offered a $10,000 honorarium to help cover costs associated with the detailed proposal (described above) including travel. The Westlake Public Art Competition Advisory Committee will present the Finalist’s submission to the Town. Upon confirmation by the Town Council, the Finalist will enter into a contract with the Town of Westlake regarding coordination, fabrication, installation, payment schedule, and final acceptance by the Town. Artists must submit the following: • A curriculum vitae (CV), and • Up to ten (10) images of at least three (3) comparable projects with a project description of each, including budget, and • A summarization of achievement of the goals of their prior project, and • A description of any collaboration. • Minimum of three (3) references with contact information • Other supporting materials A minimum of one (1) copy of the qualifications must be submitted as a hard copy, with required paperwork. An electronic copy (email or CD/flash drive) of the qualifications must also be submitted. The qualifications must be submitted to the address below, no later than January 10, 2019, Online Café Closed at midnight, CST. Town Manager Town of Westlake 1500 Solana Blvd. Bld. 7, Suite 7200 Westlake, Texas 76262 Questions Questions must be submitted electronically to the Westlake Public Art Competition Advisory Committee chairman at the following email address tbrymer@westlake-tx.org. All questions and responses will be posted on the Project link under FAQ’S (Frequently Asked Questions)on the Public Art tab of the Town of Westlake’s website. Phone call and written postal delivered mail questions will not be responded to. Please review the website FAQ’s before submitting. Questions must be received no later than December 31, 2018. Any questions received after this time and date will not receive a response. RFQ Draft 9 17 18 w/WPACC edits Draft 5 Town of Westlake, 1500 Solana Blvd, Bldg 7, Suite 7200, Westlake, Texas 76262 www.westlake-tx.org Page 13 of 13 Tentative Schedule November 15, 2018 Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Open on Call for Entry (Café) December 31, 2018 Final date for submission of questions January 10, 2019 Responses to the RFQ must be submitted by 5:00 pm. February 11, 2019 Shortlisted Artists notified (tentative) Dates for subsequent stages of the Westlake Public Art Competition will be provided pursuant to the process described on pages 8 and 9 of this RFQ. Legal Agreement This call is open to all artists or artist collaborations. The Town of Westlake, Texas reserves the right in its sole discretion to reject any or all applications, proposals, applicants, or projects, and to modify or terminate the application process or the selection process for any reason and with or without prior notice, unless otherwise required by applicable law. Applicant agrees that any and all materials submitted pursuant to this call for entry become the property of The Town of Westlake and shall not be returned to Applicant. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Applicant shall retain all copyright in the work which may be held by Applicant, subject to any laws that govern the Town of Westlake as a Texas municipality. Page 1 of 4 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Consent Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Consideration for Approval of a Resolution Approving a Contract with Stantec for Architectural Planning Services Related to Master Facility Planning for Westlake Academy. STAFF CONTACT: Tom Brymer, Town Manager/Supt., Westlake Academy Troy Meyer, Director, Facilities Maintenance Dr. Mechelle, Bryson, Executive Director, Westlake Academy Strategic Alignment Westlake Academy Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Curriculum Outcome Objective Planned / Responsible Development Academic Operations PYP / MYP / DP Improve the Efficiences of Operational Systems Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives Town of Westlake Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Informed & Engaged Citizens / Sense of Community Municipal & Academic Operations High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Encourage Westlake's Unique Sense of Place Strategic Initiative Comprehensive Plan Project Review Page 2 of 4 Town of WestlakeVision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Informed & Engaged Citizens / Sense of Community Municipal & Academic Operations High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Increase Transparency, Accessibility & Communications Strategic Initiative Educate Stakeholders about our Development and Environmental Goals Time Line - Start Date: October 29, 2018 Completion Date: October 28, 2019 Funding Amount: $81,310 see detail below Status - Funded Source - Capital Projects Fund EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) The WA Campus Facility Master Plan (Plan) was discussed as to the possibility of funding an update to this Plan at the Budget Retreat last summer during preparation of the FY17-18 Budget. No funding was included in the FY 17-18 Budget to retain professional services to update this six-year old Plan, although the Council indicated willingness to consider funding it by approaching the Texas Student Housing Association (TSHA) for such funding. Prior to initiating such discussions with TSHA, Staff initiated a joint Town Council/Board of Trustees workshop discussion on this topic of updating this Plan which was held on February 5, 2018. The purpose of this discussion was to obtain consensus on the scope of services for updating the Plan prior to requesting any funding from the TSHA. Much discussion between Staff and the Council/Board ensued on February 5th, with a consensus that further discussion on this topic was needed. Further discussion was held at the Board of Trustee’s May 7, 2018 workshop. At this May 7th BOT workshop Staff presented a memorandum which contained recommendations for moving forward on capital improvement planning at WA by: • defining “immediate need” to identify WA capital project(s) that might be recommended to address that immediate need, • beginning to address medium and long-range projects via a process that considers medium and long-range facility planning within the context of both reviewing the existing Campus Facility Master Plan and any effort to re-visit and update that Plan, and • creating an intersection and reconciliation of any identified immediate need capital project with the Campus Facility Plan, either in its current form or as it may be revised through an update process. Additionally, Staff has been meeting since the May 7th workshop with a school planning/architectural firm, Stantec, about the services their firm could provide that would assist the Board/Council and Staff in this effort. Stantec was scheduled to present to the Board of Page 3 of 4 Trustees’ workshop meeting for September 10th, however, that meeting was cancelled due to lack of a quorum. However, representatives from Stantec did meet with the Town Council at their September 24, 2018 workshop to share their thoughts on recommended steps to move our process forward as well as services they provide clients to that end. Also, the Council was provided a summarized statement of qualifications of Stantec’s qualifications. Council consensus at their September 24th meeting was to move forward with considering Stantec for this planning engagement. The resolution on this agenda would, if approved, authorize the Town Manager/Superintendent to execute on behalf of the Town, an architectural planning services contract to provide a new ten (10) year facilities master plan for Westlake Academy. Further, the resolution authorizes the Town Manager to make funding changes to this contract via a change order not to exceed $25,000. It should be noted that the scope of services, which is set out in the contract, includes review of the current WA master facilities plan for items contained in it that may be recommended for retention in the next iteration of a WA master plan. It should also be noted that as a part of this engagement that Stantec and the Staff are recommending a two-tiered participation/involvement approach. By two-tiered it is meant to have a Staff team comprise the first tier. The Town Manager would designate the Staff team for this project to be co-chaired by the Director of Facilities and the WA Executive Director. They would in turn designate staff members to participate on the Staff team with them, subject to the approval of the Town Manager/Superintendent. A second tier of participation/involvement would include any stakeholders (constituent groups) representatives the Council would like to include in this process. Designation of the second-tier involvement group can be made by the Council at a later date after the facility planning process has had an opportunity to proceed beyond initial data gathering and input steps. However, Staff recommends that the Council begin considering who those individual and the groups they represent might be as well as how large in number this group should be (note: group size will impact the pace of the planning process). Council involvement will occur as we near the point in the process where we have some draft recommendations to consider. However, there also will likely be Council involvement needed at key milestones along the way for Council input and direction on critical planning parameters such as, for example, desired enrollment levels for Westlake Academy. FUNDING & COST Funding in the amount of $85,000 is contained in the Approved FY18-19 Town of Westlake municipal budget as approved by the Town Council last month. The recommended funding source for this engagement would be the monies contained in the WA Capital project that have been provided per economic development agreements by residential developments that have occurred in Westlake in the last 5 years (Granada, Entrada, Quail Hollow, etc.) for the express purpose of use for Westlake Academy. The fee to provide the services identified in the agreement with Stantec shall be provided on an hourly rate basis not to exceed $81,310. This fee is based on the number of meetings identified in the attached Project Task Worksheet and the Scope of Work identified above. Any adjustments Page 4 of 4 in the scope and number of meetings may require an adjustment in the “not to exceed” price. No adjustments will be made without prior written consent of the Town. In addition to this fee, Stantec shall be reimbursed for printing associated with “Phase 4 - Evaluation” as well as additional hours required should additional site(s) be evaluated, and any three-dimensional conceptual facility renderings be provided. Not included in this proposal is an assessment of the existing facilities as it relates to material and equipment maintenance and repair needs and related life-cycle cost analyses. RECOMMENDATION Recommend approval of the resolution approving this agreement (contract) with Stantec for the above described architectural planning services related to a Westlake Academy facilities master plan. ATTACHMENTS Resolution approving agreement with Stantec with said Agreement attached as an exhibit to this resolution. Resolution 18-42 Page 1 of 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION 18-42 A RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, APPROVING A CONTRACT WITH STANTEC FOR ARCHITECUTAL PLANNING SERVICES RELATED TO PREPARING A FACILITY MASTER PLAN FOR WESTLAKE ACADEMY. WHEREAS, the Westlake Town Council has identified citizen engagement, communication, and planning as a strategic priority; and, WHEREAS, the Westlake Town Council (Council) desires to utilize the services of a professional architectural services company experienced in school facility planning and construction to review the Town’s current Westlake Academy master facility plan adopted in 2011, as well as to formulate a new such plan for Westlake Academy to cover the next ten (10) year planning period, and; WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that such planning efforts will provide valuable information to enhance theirs and Staff’s decision making on behalf of the Town of Westlake, as it relates to facility planning financial planning for Westlake Academy and the Town of Westlake in whole, as well as has identified Stantec as an architectural services firm to provide the Council with this next iteration of a Westlake Academy facility master plan; and, WHEREAS, the Town Council has budgeted funding in the amount of $85,000 in the Approved FY 18-19 Municipal Budget for this project. And further, that Staff is recommending utilizing funds contained in the Capital Improvement Fund provided by residential development contributions provided via economic development agreements for such purposes to fund this engagement with Stantec; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That, all matters stated in the Recitals hereinabove are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein by reference as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, hereby approves the attached Agreement with Stantec for architectural planning services for master facility planning for Westlake Academy as Exhibit “A”; and further authorizes the Town Manager/Superintendent to execute said agreement on behalf of the Town of Westlake. Additionally, passage of this resolution authorizes the Town Manager/Superintendent to approve change orders making funding changes not to exceed $25,000 under this Agreement. Resolution 18-42 Page 2 of 2 SECTION 3: If any portion of this Resolution shall, for any reason, be declared invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining provisions hereof and the Council hereby determines that it would have adopted this Resolution without the invalid provision. SECTION 4: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 29TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2018. ATTEST: _____________________________ Laura L. Wheat, Mayor _______________________________ ______________________________ Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Thomas E. Brymer, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: _______________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney October 19, 2018 Attention: Mr. Tom Brymer, Town Manager Town of Westlake 1500 Solana Boulevard, Building 7, Suite 7200 Westlake, Texas 76262 Dear Mr. Brymer, Reference: A/E Services – Westlake Academy 2019 Campus Facility Master Plan Stantec Architecture, Inc. is pleased to serve as the Architect on this exciting project. We look forward to our relationship with you, the Town of Westlake, and the Westlake Academy. Please review the following proposal and, if everything is acceptable, please sign the proposal and return to our office. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact our office, should you have any questions or if additional information is required. Regards, Stantec Architecture Inc. Terry Hoyle AIA, NCARB, LEED AP Principal Phone: 214.497.2128 Fax: 214.473.2401 terry.hoyle@stantec.com Attachments: Westlake Academy 2019 Campus Facility Master Plan Professional Services Terms and Conditions c. Barbara Rystrom Theo Pappas Diego Barrera Josh Sawyer Jonathan Aldis Resolution 18-42 Client: Town of Westlake 1500 Solana Boulevard, Building 7, Suite 7200 Westlake, TX 76262 Architect: Stantec Architecture Inc. 5717 Legacy Drive, Suite 250 Plano, TX 75024 This proposal prepared by Stantec Architecture Inc. is submitted to the Town of Westlake for architectural planning services related to the development of 10-year campus master plan for Westlake Academy. This proposal is based on the Scope of Work identified below and the attached Professional Services Terms and Conditions. SCOPE OF WORK PHASE 1 – Framework – “Plan the Plan”. Stantec will host a kickoff meeting to establish key parameters for the project. This will include the identification of a leadership committee and key stakeholders that will be involved in providing input to the planning process. We will also identify roles and responsibilities of both groups and well as the Board of Trustees/Town Council. Included in this meeting will be the establishment of timelines and milestones and review expectations and deliverables of the “Facilities Master Plan”. Below is a list of areas that will be discussed, and direction established. •Establish the planning committee •Set roles and responsibilities •Confirm organizational structure •Identify key stakeholders •Establish timeline/milestones •Identify the intended outcomes Project Kickoff Meeting. This phase will consist of one meeting between Westlake Academy and Stantec that will happen as soon as possible after approval of this proposal. We suggest this include Westlake Academy Superintendent Tom Brymer, Executive Director Dr. Bryson, and Director of Facilities Troy Meyer. Stantec will include our principal over the project, principal over planning, lead planner, lead designer, and project manager. PHASE 2 – Discovery – “Listen and Learn”. Stantec will begin by gathering and evaluating existing information, reports, and data that is essential to the development of the project. While we have substantial information already, it will be helpful to receive a copy of existing construction documents, the 2017/18 master schedule for primary grades, and enrollment numbers by class by period in for the same year for all grades. Stantec will review the Westlake Academy Facilities Master Plan dated November 5, 2012 as prepared by Bennett-Benner-Pettit Architects + Planners and use the information as a foundation for the development of an updated master plan. Resolution 18-42 The Stantec team will meet with stakeholders to have dialogue around elements of education (e.g. time, technology, pedagogy, educator, environment, the learner) as well as set priorities and establish the guiding principles for our work. Below is a list of activities that will take place during this phase of the work. • Gather information, reports, data critical to the project • Conduct stakeholder input workshops • Review educational space typologies • Set priorities • Establish guiding principles and desired outcomes o Academic principles o Student capacity principles o Student life principles o Extra-curricular principles o Administrative principles o Greenspace principles o Infrastructure principles o Community Data Confirmation. Data confirmation will include the following areas: • Westlake Academy Vision, Mission, and Values • Building and site metrics • Existing construction documents (drawings) Documentation. Once we have been given the notice to proceed, we will begin building a Summary of Spaces of the existing campus to serve as a foundation in the “Concept” phase to build on with information captured in the “Input Workshops”. Furthermore, we will take the information in the “master schedules” along with enrollment information provided by class by period for each grade to create a platform for projecting increases in enrollment at milestone markers. Growth Assessment. During this phase, we will evaluate the growth implications as identified in the “School District Strategies Spring 2018 Demographics Update” in preparation for a single meeting with the Board of Trustees/Town Council to determine the enrollment capacity that Westlake Academy will be master-planned to serve. This meeting will be intended to address the following: • How many Westlake children will the school serve? • How many students from outside the town will the school serve? • How many schools is the Town of Westlake willing to support? • What enrollment milestones shall be included in the Facilities Master Plan? • What size campus or number of schools can the Town of Westlake financially sustain? Input Workshops. While Stantec is evaluating demographic information, we will begin holding up to two input workshops with Dr. Bryson and with her leadership team along with any other stakeholders she wishes to include. Meeting One – Laying the Groundwork • Establish guiding principles • Set priorities Resolution 18-42 • Review space typologies. • Determine planning criteria around: o Student current enrollment AND projected enrollment targets (total and by grade level) o Current and future course outline/curriculum/tracks and graduation requirements  Core academics – Math, Science, Language Arts (French Literature, Composition, etc.), Social Studies (Civics/Political Science/Geography), World Languages (English, Spanish, etc.), Other  Required electives/Optional Electives: • Performing Arts • Fine Arts • PE/Athletics/Health • CTE • Journalism/Publishing • Other o Current and proposed bell schedule (Traditional, Block, Periods per day) o Current and proposed master schedules o Current and proposed utilization rates o Current and future community programs and activities supported by Westlake Academy o Educational delivery methods:  Pedagogies (Project Based Learning, Solutions Based Learning, Didactic, etc.)  Active/collaborative learning (Team Teaching, Looping, Independent Study, Age- mixing, etc.)  Blended learning  Flipped classroom  Remedial/intervention strategies  Other o Building Organization Strategies (Learning Communities, Neighborhoods, Dispersed Activities and Services, etc.) o Discuss and affirm “Immersion” Principles, Strategies, Implementation, etc. o Educational Technology  Review and confirm current and future educational technology goals – hardware and software, personal devices, projection, monitors, etc.  Review and confirm technology requirements as stipulated by the Strategic Plan o Security – issues, considerations, response strategies o Sustainable design Meeting Two – Needs Determination • Establish current and future facility needs based on: o Curriculum o Educational Delivery o Core and Elective Requirements o Staff Needs:  Administration  Counseling/guidance/post-secondary and career placement Resolution 18-42  Health clinic  Special education (including Talented and Gifted, Advanced Placement, etc.)  Community programs (parent/community involvement – volunteers)  Faculty  Support personnel PHASE 3 – Concept – “Synthesize + Create”. In this phase, Stantec will explore and test ideas and concepts for the realization of the Master Plan. Stantec will begin by evaluating the Westlake Academy Facilities Master Plan dated November 5, 2012 as prepared by Bennett-Benner-Pettit Architects + Planners to determine if the plan as presented is still viable or if there are adjustments that need to be made to capture existing conditions and/or future phases or changes incorporated to address a new vision or direction by the campus and the Town of Westlake. Below is a list of activities that will take place during this phase of the work. • Create Facility Program (Projected Summary of Spaces) • Evaluate site options • Identify cost and phasing implications Facility Planning. During this phase, Stantec will modify the existing Summary of Spaces to reflect • Requirements required by the T.E.A. space requirement guidelines • Program directives and guiding principles identified in the “Input Workshops” • Reflect required improvements to accommodate each of the enrollment milestones identified in the “Growth Assessment” portion of the “Discovery and Ideation” phase Site and Facilities Assessment. Once the “Projected Summary of Spaces” is identified for each enrollment milestone, a site and facilities assessment will be performed and up to three options will be developed to address the projected facility improvements. Cost Estimating. With each facility and campus improvement identified for each enrollment milestone, we will work with local contractor(s) to develop an “Opinion of Probable Cost” for each milestone with assumed inflation and contingency amounts included along with fees, technology, furnishing and equipment, and miscellaneous costs provided to create an overall “Master Plan Budget”. PHASE 4 – Evaluation – “Does It Align?”. In this phase, Stantec will finalize the “Facilities Master Plan” deliverable to be evaluated against client expectations. Below is a list of activities that will take place during this phase of the work. • Provide a recommendation through documentation that includes: o Conceptual Facility Master Plan o Project timeline o Anticipated cost implications • The client evaluates the recommendation with intended plan outcomes and facility guiding principles • The client reacts to the propose site(s) solution(s) • The client will provide feedback on the phasing and related cost implications Resolution 18-42 Deliverable. The “Facility Master Plan” will be in a booklet form to include: • Site plans (indicating phasing) • Building plans (indicating phasing) • Program statement (existing, phased and final) • Cost estimates – phased and total – including: o Building and Site Construction Costs o Furniture/Equipment Costs o Other Soft Costs – fees, permits, management fees, etc. o Miscellaneous costs o Contingencies FEES AND PROJECT COSTS The fee to provide the services identified above shall be provided on an hourly rate basis not to exceed $81,310. This fee is based on the number of meetings identified in the attached Project Task Worksheet and the Scope of Work identified above. Any adjustments in the scope and number of meetings MAY require an adjustment in the “not to exceed” price. No adjustments will be made without prior written consent of the client. In addition to our fee, Stantec shall be reimbursed for printing associated with “Phase 4 - Evaluation” as well as additional hours required should additional site(s) be evaluated, and any three-dimensional conceptual facility renderings be provided. Not included in this proposal is an assessment of the existing facilities as it relates to material and equipment maintenance and repair needs and related life-cycle cost analyses. Hourly Rates Principal-in-Charge $210.00 Senior Planner $180.00 Lead Designer $160.00 Project Manager $150.00 Design Support $120.00 Both the Town of Westlake and Stantec Architecture Inc. agree that the scope of work identified as well as the fee and project cost parameters established are acceptable as presented and the execution of this proposal shall serve as the Notice to Proceed. Signature: ________________________________________________________________ Tom Brymer, Town Manager Westlake, TX/Superintendent Westlake Academy Date: _____________________________________ Signature: ________________________________________________________________ Terry Hoyle, Principal-in-Charge, Stantec Architecture Inc. Date: October 19, 2018 Attachments: Project Task Worksheet, Professional Services Terms and Conditions Resolution 18-42 The following Terms and Conditions are attached to and form part of a proposal for services to be performed by Consultant and together, when the CLIENT authorizes Consultant to proceed with the services, constitute the AGREEMENT. Consultant means the Stantec entity issuing the Proposal. DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Consultant shall render the services described in the Proposal (hereinafter called the “SERVICES”) to the CLIENT. 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Failure to make any payment when due is a material breach of this AGREEMENT and will entitle Consultant, at its option, to suspend or terminate this AGREEMENT and the provision of the SERVICES. Interest will accrue on accounts overdue by 30 days at the lesser of 1.5 percent per month (18 percent per annum) or the maximum legal rate of interest. Unless otherwise noted, the fees in this agreement do not include any value added, sales, or other taxes that may be applied by Government on fees for services. Such taxes will be added to all invoices as required. NOTICES: Each party shall designate a representative who is authorized to act on behalf of that party. All notices, consents, and approvals required to be given hereunder shall be in writing and shall be given to the representatives of each party. TERMINATION: Either party may terminate the AGREEMENT without cause upon thirty (30) days notice in writing. 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SEVERABILITY: If any term, condition or covenant of the AGREEMENT is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, void, or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the AGREEMENT shall be binding on the CLIENT and Consultant. Resolution 18-42 Westlake Academy Town of Westlake, Texas 2018 Campus Facility Master Plan Project Task Worksheet Stantec Architecture Inc. Architects/Engineers/Planners Project ExecutivePrincipal PlannerProject ManagerProject Programmer + PlannerProject DesignerDesign SupportNet TotalsIncluding Contingency HoursDuration (Weeks)$1,260 $0 $0 $1,800 $0 $0 $3,060 $3,519 $1,260 $0 $0 $1,800 $0 $0 $3,060 $3,519 A Establish the planning committee 6 6 6 10 6 0 34 39 Prepare meeting agenda 1 1 1 3 1 Poject Kickoff Meeting 4 4 4 4 4 Set roles and responsibilities Confirm organizational structure Identify key stakeholders Establish timeline/milestones Identify the intended outcomes Prepare and distribute meeting minutes 1 1 1 3 1 $2,100 $0 $1,200 $9,000 $640 $4,800 $17,740 $20,401 $0 $0 $600 $180 $0 $0 $780 $897 A Data Confirmation 0 0 4 1 0 0 5 6 Review Vision, Mission Values 1 Building and site metrics 2 Existing construction documents 2 $0 $0 $600 $2,880 $640 $3,360 $7,480 $8,602 B Documentation 0 0 4 16 4 28 52 60 Tour campus 4 4 4 4 Build Summary of Spaces of existing facilities 4 8 Assess current capacity by class by period by grade 8 16 Management Architecture/Design Project Totals Programming Task Westlake Academy (Owner)Stakeholder CommitteeExecutive CommitteeBoard of Trustees/Town CouncilPHASE 1: Framework No Yes No PHASE TWO: Discovery No Select Members No 1 No 0.5 Stantec 0.5 Select Members Select Members 7/16/2018 (Printed)Page 1 of 4 Resolution 18-42 Westlake Academy Town of Westlake, Texas 2018 Campus Facility Master Plan Project Task Worksheet Stantec Architecture Inc. Architects/Engineers/Planners Project ExecutivePrincipal PlannerProject ManagerProject Programmer + PlannerProject DesignerDesign SupportNet TotalsIncluding Contingency HoursDuration (Weeks)Management Architecture/Design Project Totals Programming Task Westlake Academy (Owner)Stakeholder CommitteeExecutive CommitteeBoard of Trustees/Town CouncilStantec $1,470 $0 $0 $3,060 $0 $0 $4,530 $5,210 C Growth Assessment 7 5 0 17 0 0 29 33 Evaluate demographic report 1 4 Develop enrollment/capacity graphics 4 Prepare meeting agenda 1 2 Lead meeting with Board of Trustees to identify the following:4 4 4 How many Westlake children will the school serve? How many students from outside the town will the school serve? How many schools is the Town of Westlake willing to support? What enrollment milestones shall be included in the Facilities Master Plan? Prepare and distribute meeting minutes 1 1 3 $630 $0 $0 $2,880 $0 $1,440 $4,950 $5,693 D Input Workshops 3 0 0 16 0 12 31 36 Prepare meeting agenda 1 2 Meeting One - Laying the Groundwork 4 4 Establish guiding principles Set priorities Review space typologies Determine planning criteria Prepare and distribute meeting minutes 1 3 2 Meeting Two - Needs Determination 4 4 Establish current and future facility needs based on: Curriculum, educational delivery, core and elective requirements, staff needs Prepare and distribute meeting minutes 1 3 2 No Yes Yes 1 Yes Select Members No 0.5 7/16/2018 (Printed)Page 2 of 4 Resolution 18-42 Westlake Academy Town of Westlake, Texas 2018 Campus Facility Master Plan Project Task Worksheet Stantec Architecture Inc. Architects/Engineers/Planners Project ExecutivePrincipal PlannerProject ManagerProject Programmer + PlannerProject DesignerDesign SupportNet TotalsIncluding Contingency HoursDuration (Weeks)Management Architecture/Design Project Totals Programming Task Westlake Academy (Owner)Stakeholder CommitteeExecutive CommitteeBoard of Trustees/Town CouncilStantec $8,820 $0 $825 $6,660 $6,400 $13,680 $36,385 $41,843 $840 $0 $0 $6,480 $0 $0 $7,320 $8,418 A Facility Planning 4 0 0 36 0 0 40 46 Develop a Projected Summary of Spaces by Phase 24 Present Recommendations 4 4 Finalize Document 8 $1,680 $0 $0 $180 $6,400 $9,600 $17,860 $20,539 B Site and Facilities Assessment 8 0 0 1 40 80 129 148 Develop foundation graphics (site)24 Develop foundation graphics (buildings)24 Create conceptual solutions 24 Provide graphics of conceptual solutions 24 Present options 4 1 4 Finalize conceptual solutions 8 8 Present final solution 4 4 $6,300 $0 $825 $0 $0 $0 $7,125 $8,194 C Cost Estimating 30 0 11 0 0 0 41 47 Develop cost estimates by phase 16 2 Develop project timeline 4 2 Review with contractor 2 2 Present to client 4 4 Finalize document 4 1 No Yes No 2 No Yes No 1 No Yes No 1 PHASE THREE: Concept 7/16/2018 (Printed)Page 3 of 4 Resolution 18-42 Westlake Academy Town of Westlake, Texas 2018 Campus Facility Master Plan Project Task Worksheet Stantec Architecture Inc. Architects/Engineers/Planners Project ExecutivePrincipal PlannerProject ManagerProject Programmer + PlannerProject DesignerDesign SupportNet TotalsIncluding Contingency HoursDuration (Weeks)Management Architecture/Design Project Totals Programming Task Westlake Academy (Owner)Stakeholder CommitteeExecutive CommitteeBoard of Trustees/Town CouncilStantec $2,940 $0 $0 $3,780 $2,720 $4,080 $13,520 $15,548 $2,940 $0 $0 $3,780 $2,720 $4,080 $13,520 $15,548 A Evaluation 14 8 0 21 17 34 94 108 Develop Document 3 10 6 26 Present Recommendations to Executive Committee 4 4 4 4 Update Document 2 2 2 6 Present Recommendations to Board of Trustees/Town Council 4 4 4 4 Finalize Document 1 1 1 2 $70,705 $81,311 11 Net Hours Cont. Hours Duration (Weeks) TOTALS PHASE FOUR: Evaluation No Yes Yes 3 7/16/2018 (Printed)Page 4 of 4 Resolution 18-42 Page 1 of 10 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Action Item Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance for Concept/ Development Plan and Site Plan Amendment to include approval of the Schwab Phase Two campus construction for an approximately 81.06-acre area of Planned Development District Number 3-5B (PD 3-5B). The property is generally located south of State Highway 170, north of J.T. Ottinger Road, and west of Westlake Parkway. STAFF CONTACT: Nick Ford, Development Coordinator Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Planned / Responsible Development Citizen, Student & Stakeholder High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) In February 2016, the Town Council approved the rezoning of a 154-acre tract of land just south of the Highway 114 – Highway 170 interchange, establishing the land use prerequisites for a proposed Charles Schwab financial services campus and supporting mixed-use development. Subsequently, the Town Council approved the Concept/Development Plan and Site Plan for the 33-acre Charles Schwab Phase 1 Campus in May 2017. The following item for consideration, are the Concept/Development Plan and Site Plan for Phase II of the Charles Schwab campus. Page 2 of 10 The Concept/Development Plan functions as a high-level, master site plan for a development or phase of development. The Plan (a) shows the general spatial relationships between land uses, structures, open spaces, and roadways, and (b) demonstrates compliance with key elements of the Comprehensive Plan and zoning requirements. The Concept/Development plan amends and becomes an incorporated part of the development’s existing zoning (PD 3-5B / Ord. 770) upon approval. On the other hand, the Site Plan is a scaled document that shows locations and dimensions of proposed buildings, proposed lot lines, setbacks, fire lanes, streets, sidewalks, ingress/egress points, parking, and easements for a development or phase of development. The Site Plan shows a greater level of detail and technical precision than the Concept/Development Plan, but must be consistent with the Concept/Development Plan and applicable zoning. The Site Plan is one of several planning documents that requires legislative approval, including:  Developer’s Agreement  Final Plat Three primary structures are shown on the Site Plan, including two office buildings and a parking garage. A publicly accessible park is shown east of the DFW-3/DFW-4 and west of DFW-G1. Sidewalks, landscaping, and park details are shown on an accompanying landscape plan. Note that the Concept/Development Plan and Site Plan submitted for consideration is limited to the second phase of the Charles Schwab Corporate Campus in addition to amending the first phase boundary line of the campus. Phase III, the supporting retail, Hillwood’s mixed-use portion of the development, and a future Charles Schwab retail branch building are not included in this submittal. These areas will require the same set of legislative and/or staff approvals as Phase I and II of the Charles Schwab campus (Concept/Development Plan, Site Plan, plats, on- site civil infrastructure plans etc.) before development can occur. ZONING Ordinance 770, approved February 22, 2016, establishes allowed uses and development standards for the 81.06-acre PD 3-5B zoning district. As the Council may recall, the first phase of the Charles Schwab Campus was approved as a 33-acre site leaving 48.06 acres of development left for PD3-5B. With the second phase of development, the first phase of the project is reduced to 25.34 acres with the second phase of development containing 30.34 acres for a total of 55.68 acres between the two phases. This leaves approximately 15.46 acres of development remaining (based on a the number of developable acres to be 71.14) for subsequent phases in the PD3-5B zoning district. The following section compares the applicable requirements specified in Ordinance 770 with the information included in the plans. Staff determination of zoning compliance and/or recommendations are highlighted in italicized bold text. Allowed Uses Ordinance 770 defines uses that are allowed by right, as an accessory use, or those that require a Specific Use Permit. The office uses shown on the plans (buildings DFW-3 and DFW-4) are allowed by right, as is the parking garage (shown as DFW-G2), and the parking lots north of Page 3 of 10 DFW-G2 and DFW-4. The uses shown on the submitted Site Plan comply with the Concept/Development Plan and applicable zoning standards. Development Standards Density – Ordinance 770 sets a maximum aggregate floor area for all allowed uses in PD 3-5B of 1,160,000 square feet, but where parking garages are excluded from this calculation. The structures shown on the second phase plans total approximately 617,000 square feet with the first phase of development totaling to approximately 541,000 square feet for total of 1,158,942 square feet between both phases. This keeps the total floor area of both phases roughly 1,000 square feet below the maximum aggregate floor area allowed by the zoning. For any future phases of development within the PD3-5B zoning district the applicant must amend the zoning to allow for more aggregate floor area to be built within the development. Similar to the first phase, the applicant is requesting the small 5,000SF retail site not be counted against the maximum aggregate floor area and be submitted as a subsequent item for consideration at a later date yet unknown. Building Height – Maximum building height is limited to six stories or 90 feet, but not to exceed 735 above Mean Sea Level (MSL). The structures shown on the plans are 6 stories or more and 85 feet or more in height with the tallest structure (DFW-4) being 8 stories and 147 feet which is 19 feet above 735 MSL (see applicant request for variance in italics below). It is also worth noting the Comprehensive Plan’s recommendations on placing higher intensity developments (such as Charles Schwab/Project Blizzard) closer to highways where the view sheds are obscured by the natural topography of Westlake from residential developments. “The team is requesting a waiver for the building height of the DFW-4 office building, which is 19’-0” above the current height limit for this planned development. The portion of the building above the height limit line has been carefully detailed to enrich the view of it from the surrounding area. Here the envelope transitions to a ribbon window, and the roof plane extends out to create a warm wood soffit. The planar quality of the roof informs the geometry of the blade walls above that house rooftop services. Building Size – The minimum building size in this district is 5,000 square feet. The three primary structures shown on the plans range in size from 278,000+ square feet to 1,439,000+ square feet. Page 4 of 10 Setbacks – PD 3-5B specifies 50-foot front yard setbacks, 20-foot rear yard setbacks, and 25-foot side yard setbacks. All buildings on the Site Plan are shown behind setback lines. The following is a summary of the building uses, area, and heights: Phase 1 – Charles Schwab Building Use Floor Area (sf) Stories Height (ft) DFW-1 Office 276,577 SF 5 st 84 ft DFW-2 Office 176,332 SF 4 st 68 ft DFW-A Amenities 88,411 SF 2 st 40 ft DFW-G1 Parking 855,400 SF 6 st 60 ft 1,396,720 SF Phase 2- Charles Schwab Building Use Floor Area (sf) Stories Height (ft) DFW-3 Office 271,019 SF 6 st 115 ft DFW-4 Office 346,603 SF 8 st* 147 ft* DFW-G2 Parking 1,439,293 SF 8 st 85 ft 2,056,915 SF Total Floor Area (excluding parking garages), Phase 1&2 - Charles Schwab Building Use Floor Area (sf) Stories Height (ft) DFW-1 Office 276,577 SF 5 st 84 ft DFW-2 Office 176,332 SF 4 st 68 ft DFW-A Amenities 88,411 SF 2 st 40 ft DFW-3 Office 271,019 SF 6 st 115 ft DFW-4 Office 346,603 SF 8 st* 147 ft* 1,158,942 SF Page 5 of 10 The building heights, sizes, and setbacks shown on the submitted mostly comply with the and applicable zoning standards with the exception of building DFW-4 where the height of the building exceeds Ordinance 770 height requirements by 19 feet. Based on the view-shed analysis provided by the applicant and the recommendations set out by the Comprehensive Plan, town staff recommends approval of this variance for DFW-4. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The 2015 Comprehensive Plan (Ordinance 747) includes several elements that define future development and shape growth. The following section compares applicable objectives and criteria expressed in the Comprehensive Plan to the information included in the submittal. Staff determination of compliance and/or recommendations are highlighted in italicized bold text. Land Use Plan The Comprehensive Plan identifies PD 3-5B as (1) a Regional Commercial District that can accommodate relatively intensive commercial development and (2) a View Shade Zone, a place where natural topography tends to obscure development and preserve views from residential districts, making the area more suitable for taller structures, such as DFW-4 of the Phase 2 Campus. The submitted Site Plan furthers both objectives and is compatible with the Land Use Plan. Parks, Open Space, and Trail Plan As the Council may recall, the first phase of the Charles Schwab Campus showed a publicly accessible park on the western side of DFW-G1, as well as defined green spaces and an outdoor seating area with pedestrian walkways located throughout the development. However, with the addition of the second phase, what used to be a roughly 4.5-acre green space between the two phases has been reduced to roughly 2.5-acres of green space due to the shift in phase lines and moving of the Phase II buildings closer to the Phase I buildings for a more integrated campus. Nevertheless, the amount of open space provided in the Phase II development greatly exceeds the town’s requirements of open space for commercial developments. In addition, the Comprehensive Plan identifies this combination of park, open space, and pedestrian walkways as “Mini/Urban Park” space, which is “meant to serve the physical/mental Page 6 of 10 health needs of a workforce population… facilities for walking, socializing, getting outdoors, and otherwise breaking from the work routine… used to inject some level of natural setting into the urban environment.” The Regional Commercial Land Use District, which includes PD 3-5B, is specified as a desirable and appropriate setting for Mini/Urban Park space. The park, open space, and pedestrian walkways shown on the plans further the objectives expressed in the Parks, Open Space, and Trail Plan. PARKING Section 102-155 of the Westlake Code of Ordinances establishes an off-street parking requirement of one parking space per 300 square feet of building floor area. Current market rates are pressuring ratios among offices in the area as one parking space per 200 square feet. Per the building square footages shown on the plans, 2,059 parking spaces are required to serve Phase II. For both phases, a minimum of 3,901 parking spaces should be required. The applicant has provided for 4,142 parking spaces in the second phase of development and a total of 6,774 parking spaces for both phases of the development. This yields a parking ratio of approximate one parking per 171 square feet. Parking shown on the submitted plans exceeds Town requirements. Phase Required Provided DFW-G1 1,842 2,632 DFW-G2 2,059 4,142 Total 3,901 6,774 4.50 ACRES 2.52 ACRES Page 7 of 10 LIGHTING The lighting plan submitted for the Phase II portion of the Charles Schwab Campus includes the location of all proposed lighting fixtures on the campus, renderings, and the appearances of the lighting fixtures. The key to this lighting plan is to find a close balance that provides adequate lighting for Schwab employees to feel secure at night, but also meet the Town’s Dark Sky regulations of maintaining lower light levels than most surrounding cities. Charles Schwab has provided five different types of site lighting that includes a variety of uses such as Roadway & Pedestrian Pole Lights (SL1/2), Bollard Lighting (SL3), Tree up-lighting (SL4), Event Lighting (SL5), and Interior/Exterior Garage Lighting. Although the lighting is generally consistent with the Phase 1 lighting approved by Council through resolution, staff has a concern with the amount of lighting fixtures affixed to the top level of the parking garage (DFW-G2) and parking lots closest to Schwab Ways. While the garage lights are effectively screened from public view from eight floors high, the number of lights from both location can still cause a considerable amount of light trespassing and potentially conflict with the Town’s dark sky’s regulations. Town staff recommends a reduction in the number of lighting affixed on the top level of DFW-G2 and the two parking lots closest to Schwab Way. Lighting is generally in conformance with the Resolution 18-34 approving Charles Schwab Phase 1 Lighting Plans. Staff recommends approval of the proposed lighting plan subject to the reduction in number of Pole Mounted lights on DFW-G2 and Roadway Lighting as found in the two parking closest to Schwab Way. A final lighting plan for the garage and parking lots must be submitted and approved by town staff before issuance of building permits. SIGNS The signage plan submitted for the Phase II portion of the Charles Schwab Campus includes the location of all proposed signage on the campus, renderings, materials, and dimensions of each sign. The goal of this signage plan is to provide for entryway monument signage, building signage and directional/wayfinding signage for both vehicular and pedestrian traffic within the Phase II campus. In addition to the above, the objective is to also blend the signage with the rural atmosphere of the Town and the modern ranch aesthetic that Charles Schwab has chosen for their Phase II campus. Because of this, the materials that were used on the Phase 1 buildings, currently under construction, reflect the same materials to be used on the campus signage. This includes materials such as the natural stone and the aluminum wood panels that can be found on all buildings. Signage is in conformance with Resolution 18-34 approving the Charles Schwab Phase 1 Signage Plans. Staff recommends approval of the proposed signage plan. * Note: Off-site monument signage (e.g. freeway sign in Ord 770) and signs located in the Charles Schwab ROW will be determined in the future as Charles Schwab and Hillwood work together to produce a plan that fits the locations and blending vernacular for both developments. Page 8 of 10 LANDSCAPING Landscaping for the Schwab Corporate Campus is mostly achieved through the use of native species of trees, shrubs, and grasses and berming to screen larger facades of the campus. The campus, in a way, is an extension of the natural topography of Westlake and an extension of Lake Turner into the social fabric of the Town by its connection to Schwab Way, Town’s Public Trail System, and Hillwood’s Mixed-Use Development to the north. Most landscaping occurs adjacent to the reconfigured open space between Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the campus. The intent of the landscaped area between Phase 1 and Phase 2 buildings is to provide a view corridor through the campus to the wetland at Lake Turner and the landscape & hills beyond. Schwab’s intent is that the space provides an attractive outdoor experience and a sense of connection between the campus and Schwab Way. In addition, an abundance of landscaping efforts has been placed near the Parking Garage (DFW- G2) due to its more monolithic/monotone behavior than other buildings. Because of this, efforts to screen the garage from public rights of way, such as Schwab Way or Highway 170, were implemented with the addition of landscape berming. Staff recommends approval of the landscaping conceptually. Staff recommends that a final landscaping plan for the Phase 2 Campus be submitted and approved by town staff before the issuance of building permits for the Phase 2 buildings. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of this item subject to the following conditions: 1. A variance be granted to the height restriction of 735MSL established by Ordinance 770 for DFW-4. 2. A final landscaping plan for the Phase 2 campus must be submitted and approved by town staff before issuance of building permits for Phase 2 buildings. 3. A final lighting plan for the garage and parking lots must be submitted and approved by town staff before issuance of building permits. The plan should include a reduction in the number of Pole Mounted lights on DFW-G2 and lighting fixtures as found in the two parking lots neighboring Schwab Way. 4. All outdoor lighting must comply with the lighting fixtures as approved by the Town Council found in Resolution 18-34. 5. All signage must comply with the signs as approved by the Town Council found in Resolution 18-34. 6. The property owner shall submit a development agreement for all approved development in the PD3-5B zoning district. Said development agreement shall be executed not later than the issuance of the final Certificate of Occupancy for Schwab Phase I construction approved by Ordinance 827. 7. All campus areas depicted on the Concept/Site Plans may be accessible to the public at the discretion of the property owner. Page 9 of 10 8. Per the park land dedication requirements in the Code of Ordinances, the developer shall dedicate 1.423 acres to the Town of Westlake as part of this development. Said dedication shall be executed not later than the recording date of the final plat for the subject property. These terms may be further defined and/or amended as part of the required development agreement between the Town and the developer. 9. Prior to the issuance of the final Certificate of Occupancy for Phase II construction, all Schwab Way roadway improvements as required and approved by Town Council shall be completed and accepted by the Town of Westlake. PLANNING AND ZONING The Planning and Zoning Commission recommend approval of this item with a vote of (5-0). ATTACHMENTS 1. Vicinity Map 2. Ordinance for consideration Page 10 of 10 Attachment 1: Project Vicinity Map Ordinance 869 Page 1 of 5 TOWN OF WESTLAKE ORDINANCE NO. 869 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE AMENDING ORDINANCE 770; AMENDING THE ZONING BY APPROVING A CONCEPT/DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND SITE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 81.06-ACRE AREA OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 3, PLANNING AREA 5B (PD3-5B). THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 170, NORTH OF JT OTTINGER ROAD, AND WEST OF WESTLAKE PARKWAY. PROVIDING A PENALTY; PROVIDING A CUMULATIVE CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE; AUTHORIZING PUBLICATION; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake, Texas is a general law municipality; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake finds it necessary for the public health, safety and welfare that development occur in a controlled and orderly manner; and WHEREAS, in February 2016, the Town Council approved Ordinance 770 establishing the approximately 81.06-acre Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B) zoning district; and WHEREAS, there is located within the corporate limits of the Town of Westlake an approximately 81.06-acre tract of land known as Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B), bounded by JT Ottinger Road to the south, Westlake Parkway to the east, and State Highway 170 to the north, depicted in attached Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, because of the size, location, and natural features of Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B) and the Town's need for public infrastructure, amenities, and economic development, the Town has a critical interest in the development of Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B) and is encouraging such development to the highest possible standards of quality consistent with the Town's long-term development vision; and WHEREAS, in May 2017, the Town Council approved Ordinance 826 approving the approximately 33-acre Concept/Development Plan for Charles Schwab Phase I as found in Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B); and WHEREAS, in May 2017, the Town Council approved Ordinance 827 approving the approximately 33-acre Site Plan for Charles Schwab Phase I Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B); and Ordinance 869 Page 2 of 5 WHEREAS, in May 2017, the Town Council approved Ordinance 828 approving the approximately 33-acre Preliminary Site Evaluation for Charles Schwab Phase I Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B); and WHEREAS, in September 2018, the Town Council approved Resolution 18-34 approving the approximately 33-acre Charles Schwab Phase I Lighting and Signage Plans for Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B); and WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission recommended to the Town Council approval of the plans depicted in attached exhibits on October 15, 2018, subject to certain specific conditions; and WHEREAS, following provision of proper legal notice, including written notice to owners within 200 feet of the subject property, published notice and posted notice in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act of public hearing, a public hearing was held on October 29, 2018, by the Town Council; and WHEREAS, upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, is of the opinion that it is in the best interests of the Town and its citizens that the plans depicted in Exhibits B, C, D and F should be approved and adopted. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That all matters stated in the preamble are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That Ordinance 770 of the Town of Westlake, Texas, is hereby amended by this Ordinance amending Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B), described and depicted in attached Exhibit A. PD 3-5B shall be subject to the plans shown in Exhibits B through E. SECTION 3: That the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas does hereby approve the plans shown as attached exhibits and located in PD 3-5B, which is an approximately 81-acre tract located south of Hwy 170, west of Westlake Parkway, and north of JT Ottinger Road, as reflected in Exhibit A, also attached hereto. The plans shown on Exhibits B through E are approved subject to the following conditions: 1. A variance to the maximum height restriction of 735MSL established by Ordinance 770 and shown on Exhibits C and D of this ordinance is hereby granted for DFW-4. 2. Prior to the issuance of building permits, a final landscaping plan for the Phase 2 campus shall be submitted and require the approval of the Town Manager or their designee. Ordinance 869 Page 3 of 5 3. Prior to the issuance of building permits, a final lighting plan for the parking garage (DFW-G2) and parking lots depicted on Exhibits C and D shall be submitted and require the approval of the Town Manager or their designee. 4. All outdoor lighting must comply with the lighting fixtures as approved by the Town Council found in Resolution 18-34 and Town of Westlake outdoor lighting ordinances. 5. All signage must comply and be consistent with the signs as approved by the Town Council found in Resolution 18-34. 6. The property owner shall submit a development agreement for all approved development in the PD3-5B zoning district. Said development agreement shall be executed not later than the issuance of the final Certificate of Occupancy for Schwab Phase I construction approved by Ordinance 827. 7. The campus, as depicted on Exhibits C and D, may be accessible to the public at the discretion of the property owner. 8. Per the park land dedication requirements in the Code of Ordinances, the developer shall dedicate 1.423 acres to the Town of Westlake as part of this development. Said dedication shall be executed not later than the recording date of the final plat for the subject property. These terms may be further defined and/or amended as part of the required development agreement between the Town and the developer. SECTION 4: That this Ordinance shall be cumulative of all other Town Ordinances and all other provisions of other Ordinances adopted by the Town which are inconsistent with the terms or provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 5: That any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions or terms of this ordinance shall be subject to the same penalty as provided for in the Code of Ordinances of the Town of Westlake, and upon conviction shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed the sum of Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00) for each offense. Each day that a violation is permitted to exist shall constitute a separate offense. SECTION 6: That any person violating any provision of this Chapter may be issued a citation and upon conviction thereof, the person shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and punished as provided in subsection 1-9 of the Code of Ordinance of the Town of Westlake. Each 24-hour period of violation, and each separate act or condition in violation of this Chapter, shall constitute a separate offense. SECTION 7: It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, that sections, paragraphs, clauses and phrases of this Ordinance are severable, and if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section of this Ordinance shall be declared legally invalid or unconstitutional by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such legal invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs or sections of this Ordinance since the same would have been enacted by the Town Council of the Town of Westlake without the Ordinance 869 Page 4 of 5 incorporation in this Ordinance of any such legally invalid or unconstitutional, phrase, sentence, paragraph or section. SECTION 8: This ordinance shall take effect immediately from and after its passage as the law in such case provides. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 29TH DAY OCTOBER OF 2018. _____________________________ ATTEST: Laura Wheat, Mayor ____________________________ ______________________________ Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Thomas E. Brymer, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: ____________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney Ordinance 869 Page 5 of 5 EXHIBITS EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION PD3-5B EXHIBIT B PRELIMINARY SITE EVALUATION EXHIBIT C CONCEPT/DEVELOPMENT PLAN EXHIBIT D SITE PLAN EXHIBIT E SIGNAGE PLAN CHARLES SCHWAB Exhibit A PD 3-5B LEGAL DESCRIPTION 81.06 Acres BEING a certain tract of land situated in the Richard Eads Survey, Abstract Number 393, the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract Number 1154, and the J. Bacon Survey, Abstract Number 1565, Denton County, Texas and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at the northeast corner of said Tract; THENCE S l 7°23'44"W, 329.22 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; THEN CE S 17°23'44 "W, 14 7.46 to the beginning of a curve to the left; THENCE with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 783.77 feet, through a central angle of 17°32'30", having a radius of 2560.00 feet, the long chord which bears S 08°37'29"W, 780.71 feet; THENCE S 00°08 '46"E, 87 .08 feet to the beginning of a curve to the right; THENCE with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 159.11 feet, through a central angle of 08°57'34'', having a radius of 1017.50 feet, the long chord which bears S 04°20'01 "W, 158.95 feet; THENCE S 75°29'58"W, 1406.35 feet; THENCE N 89°54' 1 O"W, 898.42 feet to the beginning of a curve to the left; THENCE with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 128.76 feet, through a central angle of 03°55'08'', having a radius of 1882.50 feet, the long chord which bears S 88°08'1 T'W, 128.73 feet; THENCE N 41°18'25"W, 147.59 feet; THENCE N 56°49'26"W, 648.38 feet; THENCE N 33°22'07"E, 762.52 feet to the beginning of a curve to the right; THENCE with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 610.57 feet, through a central angle of 33°57'51 ",having a radius of 1030.00 feet, the long chord which bears N 61°39'47"E, 601.67 feet; THENCE N 89°59' 49"E, 2082.87 feet to the beginning of a curve to the left; Ordinance 869 W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWWW SSSSSSSS3805 3806 3807 3808 3809 8431284313 84314 8431584316 84317 8431884319 84320 84321 84322 84323 84324 84325 84326 84327 84328 84329 84330 8433184332 84333 84334 84335 84336 84337 84338 84339 84340 84341 84342 84343 84344 84345 84346 84347 84348 84349 X X X X X XXXXXXXBAR B E D W I R E F E N C E APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF LANDSCAPE EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2837 D.R.D.C.T. UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. 40' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DOC. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. TRACT 2 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DOC. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD. DOC. NO. 1998-118649 O.R.D.C.T. HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. BARBED WIR E F E N C E 6 1 6618 610620616618610 610 6086 1 2 612 620 6 1 4 616 618 612 614 N: 7047522.4039 E: 2364307.9229 BDF "TXDOT" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON"5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON"RICHARD EADS SURVEYABSTRACT NUMBER 393IRSC IRSC LOT 1, BLOCK A 71.1394 ACRES 3,098,833 SQ. FT. TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2899 D.R.D.C.T. STATE H I G H W A Y 1 1 4 (A VARI A B L E W I D T H R . O . W . ) ZONED PD3-5B PROPOSED USE: OFFICE ZONED PD3-5A ZONED PD3-4 ZONED R-1 HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. APPROXIMATE LIMIT OF F.E.M.A. 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN 25' DRAINAGE AND WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 20' WATER EASEMENT N44°59'49"E 54.58'S0°00'11"E189.75'N0°00'11"W 164.96' N60°00'00"W 54.06' L40 S89°59'49"W 282.53' N89°59'49"E 278.87' N45°00'00"W 191.84' S45°00'00"E 172.46' 8.22' N0°00'11"W 79.00' N89°59'49"E 10.00' S0°00'11"E 79.00' N89°59'49"E 40.00' S0°00'11"E 10.00' S89°59'49"W 40.00' N90°00'00"E 10.57' S0°00'11"E 10.00' L8 S0°00'11"E 87.82' S78°44'49"W 10.05' N0°00'11"W 88.81' 2 4 1 .4 0 '8.15' 10' WATER EASEMENT 25' DRAINAGE EASEMENT S17°25'21"W 143.85'S17°25'21"W287.34'P.O.B. 614614 6 1 4 610612 IRSC IRSC 40' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883, D.R.D.C.T. (ABANDONED BY THIS PLAT)PHASE 2PHASE 150' BUILDING SETBACK 25' BUILDING SETBACK 100' R.O.W. DEDICATION DOC. NO. ___________ O.R.D.C.T.JESSE SUTTON SURVEYABSTRACT NUMBER 1154S17°W 1770' TO SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE RICHARD EADS SURVEY ABSTRACT NUMBER 393 LAKE 608 608 608 608 610 608 612 LAKE LAKE LAKE UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908, D.R.D.C.T. 2 2 6 .4 5 '20.36' 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883, D.R.D.C.T. (ABANDONED BY THIS PLAT)N44°02'26"E203.90'N44°02'26"E220.47'N89°59'49"E 10.64' N89°59'49"E 86.66'N89°59'49"E 29.51' N89°59'49"E 88.61' N0°00'11"W 36.80' N0°00'11"W 16.63'N11°15'11"W97.18' N11°15'11"W 97.07' N0°08'48"W 156.77'N0°08'48"W 111.62' L59 S89°27'07"W 127.87' ∆=79°36'02" R=211.21' L=293.43' CB=S89°27'07"W C=270.40' S89°27'07"W 78.72' S0°32'53"E 25.20' S89°27'07"W 194.11' S50°57'18"W 12.08' S89°27'07"W 32.96'∆=90°00'00" R=30.00' L=47.12' CB=S44°27'07"W C=42.43' S0°32'53"E 45.96' N89°59'49"E 1513.65' S17°25'21"W 45.97' ∆=17°32'30" R=2560.00' L=783.77' CB=S8°39'06"W C=780.71'S0°07'09"E245.16'∆=23°40'31" R=408.29' L=168.71' CB=S55°08'46"W C=167.51' S80°32'48"W 304.04' S64°51' 1 0" W 213.57' ∆=33°59'05" R=512.38' L=303.92' CB=N73°00'17"E C=299.48' N89°54'09"W 898.42' WATER EASEMENT APPROXIMATE LIMIT OF EXISTING 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN PER PELOTON STUDY 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883, D.R.D.C.T. (ABANDONED BY THIS PLAT) N89°59'49"E 124.79' N89°59'49"E 120.85' N78°44'49"E 116.52' N78°44'49"E 112.58'L65N56°14'49"E 126.23' L60 N67°29'49"E 65.11' N78°44'49"E 79.52' S11°15'11"E 32.68' S11°15'11"E 31.69'N0°00'11"W 423.52'N0°00'11"W 222.54'N0°00'11"W252.11'N0°00'11"W 102.52' S44°59'49"W 38.56' S78°45'11"E 139.73' L34 S78°45'11"E 35.74' S89°59'49"W 15.00' S0°00'11"E 10.00' N89°59'49"E 15.00' S89°59'49"W 15.00' S0°00'11"E 10.00' N89°59'49"E 15.00' L3 L4 L5 L9 L12L13 L14 L15 L16L17 L18L19 L20 L21 L22 L23 L24 L25 L26 L27 L28 L29 L31 31.89'19.47' N44°59'49"E 48.87' L1L2 63.52'3 8 .6 5 ' L7 L30 L32 L33 L61L62L63 L64 S67°30'11"E 77.89' N22°29'49"E 25.00' N67°30'11"W 10.00' S22°29'49"W 5.00' N67°30'11"W 69.86' L35 N11°14'49"E 149.28'L42L41N22°29'45"E 22.88' N44°59'49"E 99.02' S44°59'49"W 111.29' S89°59'50"W 169.89' N89°59'50"E 111.13' S0°21'08"W 2.97' S89°38'52"E 10.00'N0°21'08"E 3.03' N89°59'50"E 36.50' N67° 3 0 ' 1 1 " W 197.3 1 ' S67° 3 0 ' 1 1 " E 189.3 5 ' S45°00'15"E 40.72'L123L122 L121 L43L44S0°00'51"E654.84'L120 L119L51 L50 L49 N0°00'51"W 225.24'N0°00'51"W 276.86'L48N89°59'58"E S0°00'06"E 7.54'11.85'20' WATEREASEMENT15' WATER EASEMENT WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 20' WATER EASEMENT 20' SEWER EASEMENT 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883, D.R.D.C.T. (ABANDONED BY THIS PLAT) S89°59'49"W 21.00' N0°00'11"W 10.00' N89°59'49"E 21.00'N0°00'11"W 175.50' 30.00' 264.24' 142.06' 27.96' PEDESTRIAN ACCESS EASEMENT 18.81'96.70' 265.96' STREET EASEMENT STREET EASEMENT L71 L72 L73 L74 L75 S79°17'22"E 37.73'N90°00'00"E 104.50' C7 PEDESTRIAN ACCESS EASEMENT N90°00'00"E 267.27' ∆=8°50'26" R=620.25' L=95.70' CB=N85°34'47"W C=95.61' ∆=21°11'05" R=273.00' L=100.94' CB=N88°14'53"E C=100.37' L76 L78 L77 C4 C5 C6 L79 C2 C3 S83°25'25"E 131.91' S75°24'57"E 37.35'N84°39'20"E 144.53' S87°19'19"E 79.64' S70°12'39"E 34.22' S66°49'00"E 62.40' ∆=47°42'23" R=167.35' L=139.34' CB=N89°19'48"E C=135.35'N65°25' 5 4" E 200.71' ∆=36°34'55" R=503.39' L=321.40' CB=N83°43'21"E C=315.97' S80°06'13"E 78.15'N89°51'47"E 75.41' ∆=35°46'53" R=618.76' L=386.42' CB=N71°58'20"E C=380.17' ∆=25°02'26" R=123.17' L=53.83' CB=N66°36'06"E C=53.40'157.12'S83°27'20"E 268.52' S83°27'20"E 226.49' ∆=46°54'40" R=92.50' L=75.73' CB=N60°00'00"W C=73.64' ∆=32°53'07" R=67.50' L=38.74' CB=N67°00'47"W C=38.21' 84.27' 25' DRAINAGE EASEMENT DRAINAGE EASEMENT DRAINAGE EASEMENT10' ELECTRICEASEMENTL84L85 L86L91L92L93L94 L95 L96L97L98 L99L100 N0°00'51"W 307.41'L112L113 L114L115 S0°00'00"E360.38'N0°00'00"W 362.81'10' ELECTRICEASEMENTTRACT 3 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DOC. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. 11.85' 98.96'20.00' 22.61' 13.30' 20'X5' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 5' TELECOM EASEMENT 125.78' 20.00' STREET EASEMENT 142.06' 80.80' 20'X5' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 20' WATER EASEMENT PEDESTRIAN ACCESSEASEMENTL124 L125L126L127 L128L129 L130L131 ELECTRIC EASEMENT 7.21'10.00' 20.00' 17.91'20.00' 6.63' 115.12' BDF "TXDOT" 20'X5' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 5' TELECOM EASEMENT 4750 4751 4752 4753 4 7 5 4 4755 4756 4757 4758 47594760L36 L37 L38L39 5' GAS EASEMENT DOC. NO. ___________ O.R.D.C.T. 5' GAS EASEMENT DOC. NO. ___________ O.R.D.C.T. 5' GAS EASEMENT DOC. NO. ___________ O.R.D.C.T. PROPOSED ROADWAY LINE TABLE NO. L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15 L16 L17 L18 L19 L20 L21 L22 L23 L24 L25 L26 L27 L28 L29 L30 L31 BEARING S89°59'49"W N45°00'00"W N00°00'11"W N89°59'49"E S00°00'11"E S89°59'49"W N90°00'00"W S89°59'49"W N00°00'06"W N90°00'00"W S11°14'49"W S78°45'11"E N11°14'49"E N67°29'49"E S22°30'11"E N67°29'49"E N22°30'11"W N67°29'49"E S22°30'11"E N67°36'42"E N22°30'11"W N67°29'49"E N78°44'49"E N11°15'11"W N78°44'49"E S11°15'11"E N78°44'49"E N61°37'19"E S00°00'11"E N61°07'42"E LENGTH 68.07' 25.40' 24.39' 27.00' 26.11' 11.41' 10.57' 27.00' 52.60' 18.08' 13.44' 10.00' 13.44' 10.71' 22.22' 15.00' 22.22' 63.59' 16.41' 12.50' 16.44' 22.55' 26.67' 15.45' 10.00' 15.45' 40.85' 96.45' 19.03' 92.53' LINE TABLE NO. L32 L33 L34 L35 L36 L37 L38 L39 L40 L41 L42 L43 L44 L45 L46 L47 L48 L49 L50 L51 L52 L53 L54 L55 L56 L57 L58 L59 L60 L61 BEARING S89°59'49"W N00°00'11"W N78°45'11"W N78°45'11"W N00°00'51"W N89°59'53"E S00°00'07"E S89°59'53"W S60°00'00"E S22°29'45"W S11°14'49"W S45°00'15"E S44°59'45"W S45°00'15"E S44°59'45"W N45°00'15"W S44°59'45"W N00°00'51"W N44°59'49"E N00°00'11"W S78°48'54"E N11°11'06"E S78°48'54"E S11°11'06"W N33°45'11"W N22°30'11"W N78°48'54"W N00°51'46"E N67°29'49"E N56°14'49"E LENGTH 10.00' 19.03' 64.39' 13.53' 14.85' 33.40' 15.00' 33.40' 75.19' 28.83' 151.25' 28.08' 43.27' 7.78' 10.00' 8.70' 26.76' 33.86' 13.59' 21.21' 43.22' 6.82' 10.00' 6.82' 9.53' 7.37' 108.12' 18.52' 69.05' 33.51' LINE TABLE NO. L62 L63 L64 L65 L66 L67 L68 L69 L70 L71 L72 L73 L74 L75 L76 L77 L78 L79 L84 L85 L86 L91 L92 L93 L94 L95 L96 L97 L98 L99 BEARING S33°45'11"E N56°14'49"E N33°45'11"W N56°14'49"E N90°00'00"E S00°00'06"E N79°28'59"W N90°00'00"W S00°00'00"E N00°00'11"W N89°59'49"E S79°17'22"E N90°00'00"E N00°00'00"E S81°11'54"E N89°59'49"E N00°00'00"E N90°00'00"E N90°00'00"E N00°25'17"E S90°00'00"W N00°00'51"W N90°00'00"E N00°00'00"E S90°00'00"W N00°00'51"W N90°00'00"E N00°00'00"E S90°00'00"W N44°59'49"E LENGTH 19.99' 12.50' 19.99' 80.22' 8.08' 19.60' 63.00' 53.18' 11.50' 15.00' 60.44' 61.87' 78.52' 11.51' 75.14' 67.80' 11.50' 127.62' 18.99' 44.00' 9.33' 173.01' 9.33' 30.67' 9.34' 11.82' 9.09' 84.50' 9.11' 13.58' LINE TABLE NO. L100 L103 L104 L105 L106 L107 L108 L109 L110 L111 L112 L113 L114 L115 L116 L117 L118 L119 L120 L121 L122 L123 L124 L125 L126 L127 L128 L129 L130 L131 BEARING N00°00'11"W S00°00'00"E N00°00'00"W N30°00'00"W S30°00'00"W S00°00'11"E S00°00'00"E S30°00'00"E S00°00'11"E N90°00'00"W S00°00'00"E N90°00'00"E N90°00'00"E N00°00'00"W S89°59'49"W N30°00'00"E N00°00'11"W S00°00'11"E S44°59'49"W N44°59'45"E S45°07'08"E S44°59'45"W N90°00'00"E N00°00'00"W S90°00'00"W N00°00'00"E S00°00'00"E S90°00'00"W S27°17'06"W N27°17'06"E LENGTH 34.49' 33.00' 11.57' 28.21' 27.60' 12.10' 14.25' 32.88' 7.39' 4.25' 71.33' 10.82' 17.03' 71.33' 22.54' 40.80' 14.78' 29.50' 13.59' 21.75' 12.50' 21.78' 22.75' 58.35' 3.87' 61.73' 58.35' 8.88' 89.86' 89.86' CURVE TABLE NO. C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 DELTA 32°18'37" 14°10'45" 17°26'29" 10°51'46" 5°45'54" 18°03'22" RADIUS 165.83' 451.47' 792.15' 803.00' 742.00' 654.00' LENGTH 93.51' 111.72' 241.14' 152.24' 74.66' 206.10' CHORD BEARING N73°50'41"E S64°46'45"W S86°22'35"W N89°39'59"E S87°07'03"W N88°29'30"W CHORD 92.28' 111.44' 240.21' 152.01' 74.63' 205.25' LEGEND: Δ = DELTA ANGLE OR CENTRAL ANGLE P.O.B. = POINT OF BEGINNING P.O.C. = POINT OF COMMENCING O.R.D.C.T. = OFFICIAL RECORDS, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS DOC. NO. = INSTRUMENT NUMBER VOL. = VOLUME PG. = PAGE BDF = 5/8" IRON ROD WITH 3-1/2" BRASS DISK STAMPED "TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORATION" FOUND IRF = IRON ROD FOUND IRFC = IRON ROD WTH CAP FOUND PKF = PK NAIL FOUND WATER EASEMENT L67 L103L11L10 L66 7.21' L68 L69 L70 10.00'L104L 1 0 5 L106L107L108 L 1 0 9 L110 L111 L116L117 L11820.00' 17.91' 20.00' 6.63' STREET EASEMENT 115.12' 20'X5' ELECTRIC 5.32'4.68' 5.32' 17.91'4.68' PEDESTRIAN ACCESS EASEMENT 5' GAS EASEMENT 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 20'x5' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 20'x5' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 5' GAS EASEMENT 5' TELECOM EASEMENT NOTES: 1. Bearing system based on the Texas Coordinate System of 1983, North Central Zone (4202), North American Datum of 1983. 2. The coordinates shown hereon are grid values. The combined scale factor utilized for this project is 0.999873440. 3. Approximately 10 acres within the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract No. 1154 and 61 acres within the Richard Eads Survey, Abstract No. 393. GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 0100 50 100 200 1" = 100'@ 24X36 NORTH Copyright © 2018 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. All rights reserved DWG NAME: K:\DAL_SURVEY\063934076-SCHWAB OFFICE CAMPUS\DWG\063934076-PROJECT BLIZZARD REV PP.DWG PLOTTED BY DUNN, STACY 10/5/2018 8:50 AM LAST SAVED 9/4/2018 5:47 PMMATCHLINE (SEE SHEET 2)REVISED PRELIMINARY SITE EVALUATION SCHWAB AT LAKE TURNER ADDITION LOT 1, BLOCK A BEING 71.1394 ACRES SITUATED IN THE RICHARD EADS SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 393, AND THE JESSE SUTTON SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 1154, TOWN OF WESTLAKE, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS EXISTING ZONING: PD3-5B PROPOSED ZONING: PD3-5B Scale Drawn by SRD1" = 100' Checked by Date Project No.Sheet No. Tower, Suite 700, Dallas, Texas 75240 13455 Noel Road, Two Galleria Office Tel. No. (972) 770-1300 Fax No. (972) 239-3820FIRM # 10115500 DAB APR. 2017 063934067 1 OF 2 DURANGO MONTER EY EYCHIMN SALID A SONO R A ROCK VILLAGE CIMARRON TRAIL AMO S LA AWALNUT PINEGINFRONTOAKDEN T O N LOIS INEZCROSBY DORMANLOIS OAKMONT Cemetery MAIN RUS K BOW I E LAM A R REED PECANTURNERF A N N I N OAKMONTBranch CRE E K COURTS OddfellowsWESTLAKECW Turner LakeWALNUTPARRISH ROANOKECITYLIMIT BENSON0.1 0.60.61.20.10.20.8 ROANOKEWESTLAKE 118 1"=2000'VICINITY MAP SITE NORTH LINE TYPE LEGEND BOUNDARY LINE EASEMENT LINE BUILDING LINE WATER LINE SANITARY SEWER LINE STORM SEWER LINE UNDERGROUND GAS LINE OVERHEAD UTILITY LINE UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC LINE UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE LINE FENCE CONCRETE PAVEMENT ASPHALT PAVEMENT UGT UGE XXXXW SS GAS OHE OWNER: CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC C/O CHARLES SCHWAB & CO., INC., CORPORATE REAL ESTATE 2309 GRACY FARMS, AUSTIN, TX 78758 CONTACT - KATIE BLAIR katie.blair@schwab.com PH. 512-682-5859 ENGINEER: KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC. 13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE, SUITE 700 DALLAS, TX 75240 Brad Moss, P.E. brad.moss@kimley-horn.com PH. 972-770-1346 TREE TABLE TAG# DBH COMMON SCIENTIFIC NAME NAME 3805 37.7 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 3806 31.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Forked 3807 21.4 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 3808 22.4 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 3809 6.0 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84306 30.3 post oak Quercus stellata Hazard Single 84307 38.9 pecan Carya illinoinensis Healthy Single 84308 40.7 hackberry Celtis laevigata Hazard Single 84309 12.2 gum bumelia Sideroxylon lanuginosum Healthy Single 84310 11.1 gum bumelia Sideroxylon lanuginosum Healthy Single 84311 33.5 gum bumelia Sideroxylon lanuginosum Healthy Single 84312 33.0 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Forked 84313 21.1 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Multi 84314 33.5 hackberry Celtis laevigata Declining Single 84315 26.1 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84316 15.4 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84317 19.7 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84318 12.1 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84319 17.5 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84320 17.2 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84321 17.3 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84322 12.2 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84323 9.1 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84324 13.7 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84325 18.9 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84326 33.0 hackberry Celtis laevigata Hazard Forked 84327 33.2 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84328 16.5 hackberry Celtis laevigata Hazard Single 84329 10.0 Hercules-club Zanthoxylum clava-herculis Healthy Multi 84330 8.0 gum bumelia Sideroxylon lanuginosum Healthy Single 84331 10.3 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84332 9.5 hackberry Celtis laevigata Declining Single 84333 37.4 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84334 23.2 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84335 34.8 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84336 35.1 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84337 33.5 post oak Quercus stellata Hazard Single 84338 29.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84339 29.5 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84340 29.5 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84341 31.7 post oak Quercus stellata Hazard Single 84342 26.8 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84343 30.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84344 24.2 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84345 25.9 mesquite Prosopis glandulosa Healthy Multi 84346 26.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84347 31.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84348 29.1 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84349 30.5 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single CONDITION STEMS DETAIL 1 NOT TO SCALE SEE DETAIL 1 4720 4721 4722 4723 4724 4725 4726 4727 4728 4729 4730 4731 4732 4733 4734 4735 4736 4737 4738 4739 4740 4741 4742 4743 4744 4745 4746 4747 4748 4749 4750 4751 4752 4753 4754 4755 4756 4757 4758 4759 4760 4761 32" 34" 28" 35" 10" 12" 8" 15" 12" 18" 8" 8" 12" 18" 21" 10" 38" 32" 16" 35" 32" 24" 39" 27" 27" 30" 24" 9" 27" 26" 28" 30" 18" 32" 30" 29" 7" 30" 30" 30" 27" 31" post oak post oak post oak post oak Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange Osage-orange hackberry post oak post oak hackberry post oak post oak post oak post oak post oak cedar elm post oak post oak cedar elm post oak post oak post oak post oak cedar elm post oak post oak post oak honey locust post oak post oak post oak post oak post oak Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Maclura pomifera Celtis laevigata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Celtis laevigata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Ulmus crassifolia Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Ulmus crassifolia Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Ulmus crassifolia Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Gleditsia triacanthos Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Quercus stellata Single Single Single Single Forked Single Single Multi Single Multi Single Single Single Multi Multi Single Forked Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Healthy Healthy Declining Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Declining Healthy Declining Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy TAG# DBH COMMON SCIENTIFIC NAME NAME CONDITIONSTEMS Ordinance 869 WWWWWWWW W W W W W W W W W W W 62 0 610620 612614616618622624626 622624626628N: 7046503.8235 E: 2361242.3143 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" PKF PKF PKF BDF "TXDOT"JESSE GIBSON SURVEYABSTRACT NUMBER 493J. BACONSURVEYABSTRACTNUMBER 1565UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T.RICHARD EADS SURVEYABSTRACT NUMBER 393WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD. DOC. NO. 1998-118649 O.R.D.C.T. OT T I N G E R R O A DSTATE HIGHWAY 170(A VARIABLE WIDTH R.O.W.)UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. ZONED R-1 ZONED O ZONED PD3-5A 8.15' TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DOC. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. LOT 1, BLOCK A 71.1394 ACRES 3,098,833 SQ. FT. ZONED PD3-5B PROPOSED USE: OFFICE HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. MARGARET B. LEE INST. NO. D208308067 O.P.R.T.C.T. 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 100' R.O.W. DEDICATION DOC. NO. ___________ O.R.D.C.T. 50' BUILDING SETBACK 25' BUILDING SETBACK APPROXIMATE LIMIT OF F.E.M.A. 100-YEAR FLOODPLAINPROPOSEDROADWAYX X X X X X X X X X X X ∆=90°00'00" R=30.00' L=47.12' CB=S44°27'07"W C=42.43' N89°54'09"W 898.42' N41°18'25"W 147.59' N56°49'26"W 522.90' N33°10'34"E 455.15' ∆=56°49'15" R=1215.00' L=1204.93' CB=N61°35'12"E C=1156.16' N89°54'09"W ∆=3°55'08" R=1882.50' L=128.76' CB=S88°08'17"W C=128.73' APPROXIMATE LIMIT OF EXISTING 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN PER PELOTON STUDY N67° 3 0 ' 1 1 " W S67° 3 0 ' 1 1 " E N45°00'15"W 96.14' S45°00'15"E 40.72'L123L122 L121 L43L44S0°00'51"E654.84'L120 L119L51 L50 L49N89°59'58"E 44.80' N0°06'52"E 12.50' S89°59'58"W 44.82'N0°00'51"W225.24'N89°59'09"E 12.23' N0°00'51"W 10.00' S89°59'09"W 12.23' N0°00'51"W 113.74' N89°59'09"E 35.26' N0°00'51"W 27.76' S89°52'16"W 12.50' S0°00'51"E 15.24' S89°59'09"W 22.76'N0°00'51"W 276.86'L48L47L46 L45 N89°59'58"E 75.72' S0°00'06"E 28.81' N89°59'54"E 12.50' N0°00'06"W 28.81' N89°59'58"E 312.45' N0°00'02"W 17.46' S89°59'58"W 10.00' S0°00'02"E 17.46' S89°59'58"W 103.14'S0°00'11"E 173.55' S89°59'49"W 28.75' S0°00'11"E 10.00' N89°59'49"E 28.75'S0°00'11"E164.37'S89°59'49"W 26.00' S0°00'11"E 10.00' N89°59'49"E 26.00'S0°00'11"E 145.38' S22°30'11"E 13.32' S33°45'11"E 19.80' S78°48'54"E 42.74' L55 L54 L53 L52 L58 L56 L57 N0°00'11"W 519.33' N89°59'58"E 528.04' 7.54'11.85' 5 0 5 .7 5 '28.61'20' WATEREASEMENT20' WATER EASEMENT 20' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 12.5' WATER EASEMENT 12.5' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 12.5' WATER EASEMENT L71 L72 S79°17'22"E 25' DRAINAGE EASEMENT64.37'S5 0 ° 3 7 ' 0 8 " E 62 3 . 4 0 ' S5 0 ° 3 7 ' 0 8 " E 62 2 . 2 8 ' ∆=32°50'12" R=287.50' L=164.77' CB=S67°02'14"E C=162.52' ∆=32°50'12" R=312.50' L=179.10' CB=S67°02'14"E C=176.65' S83°27'20"E 119.53' S83°27'20"E 131.02' N29°04'18"E 116.02' N34°53'42"E 125.94' ∆=52°47'53" R=93.49' L=86.15' CB=N61°17'39"E C=83.13' N90°00'00"E 17.36' N85°25'34"E 21.77' N55°56'39"E 113.16' N18°08'17"W 105.96' N15°15'18"E 9.90' S83°39'35"E 23.58' ∆=43°32'46" R=96.84' L=73.60' CB=S61°53'12"E C=71.84' S52°42'43"E 118.93' N86°36'15"E 36.83' S83°25'25"E 131.91' S75°24'57"E 37.35' 35 . 2 3 ' S83°27'20"E 268.52' S83°27'20"E 226.49' ∆=32°53'07" R=67.50' L=38.74' CB=N67°00'47"W C=38.21' 25' DRAINAGE EASEMENT DRAINAGE EASEMENT40.42 ' 74.19'10' ELECTRICEASEMENTL84L85 L86L91L92L93L94 L95 L96L97L98 L99L100 N0°00'51"W307.41'P H A S E 2 F U T U R E P H A S E329.78'20.17'48.03'15.12' 1 6 8 .0 8 '25.03'10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 5' TELECOM EASEMENT 5'X15' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 20'x5' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 5' TELECOM EASEMENT 20'x5' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 236.13'20.00'199.02'11.85' 98.96' 13.30' 20'X5' ELECTRIC EASEMENT 4720 4721 4722 4723 4724 4725 4726 4727 4728 4729 4730 4731 4732 47334734 4735 4736 4737 4738 4739 4740 4741 4742 4743 4744 4745 4746 4747 4748 47494750 4751 47594760 4761 L36L37 L38L39 5' GAS EASEMENT DOC. NO. ___________ O.R.D.C.T. NOTES: 1. Bearing system based on the Texas Coordinate System of 1983, North Central Zone (4202), North American Datum of 1983. 2. The coordinates shown hereon are grid values. The combined scale factor utilized for this project is 0.999873440. 3. Approximately 10 acres within the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract No. 1154 and 61 acres within the Richard Eads Survey, Abstract No. 393. LEGEND: Δ = DELTA ANGLE OR CENTRAL ANGLE P.O.B. = POINT OF BEGINNING P.O.C. = POINT OF COMMENCING O.R.D.C.T. = OFFICIAL RECORDS, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS DOC. NO. = INSTRUMENT NUMBER VOL. = VOLUME PG. = PAGE BDF = 5/8" IRON ROD WITH 3-1/2" BRASS DISK STAMPED "TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORATION" FOUND IRF = IRON ROD FOUND IRFC = IRON ROD WTH CAP FOUND PKF = PK NAIL FOUND Copyright © 2018 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. All rights reserved REVISED PRELIMINARY SITE EVALUATION SCHWAB AT LAKE TURNER ADDITION LOT 1, BLOCK A BEING 71.1394 ACRES SITUATED IN THE RICHARD EADS SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 393, AND THE JESSE SUTTON SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 1154, TOWN OF WESTLAKE, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS EXISTING ZONING: PD3-5B PROPOSED ZONING: PD3-5B DWG NAME: K:\DAL_SURVEY\063934076-SCHWAB OFFICE CAMPUS\DWG\063934076-PROJECT BLIZZARD REV PP.DWG PLOTTED BY DUNN, STACY 10/5/2018 8:50 AM LAST SAVED 9/4/2018 5:47 PM Scale Drawn by SRD1" = 100' Checked by Date Project No.Sheet No. Tower, Suite 700, Dallas, Texas 75240 13455 Noel Road, Two Galleria Office Tel. No. (972) 770-1300 Fax No. (972) 239-3820FIRM # 10115500 DAB APR. 2017 063934067 2 OF 2 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 0100 50 100 200 1" = 100'@ 24X36 NORTH MATCHLINE (SEE SHEET 1)OWNER'S CERTIFICATE STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF DENTON § WHEREAS CS Kinross Lake Parkway LLC is the owner of a tract of land situated in the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract No. 1154 and the Richard Eads Survey, Abstract No. 393, Town of Westlake, Denton County, Texas and being all of two tracts of land described as Tract 1 and Tract 3 in Special Warranty Deed to CS Kinross Lake Parkway LLC, recorded in Document No. 2016-64107, Official Records of Denton County, Texas and being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found in the south right-of-way line of Proposed Roadway (a 100-foot wide right-of-way) at the northeast corner of said Tract 1; THENCE with the east line of said Tract 1, the following courses and distances to wit: South 17°25'21" West, a distance of 45.97 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the left having a central angle of 17°32'30", a radius of 2560.00 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 8°39'06" West, 780.71 feet; In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 783.77 feet to a point for corner; South 0°07'09" East, a distance of 245.16 feet to a point in a lake at the southeast corner of said Tract 1; THENCE with the south line of said Tract 1, the following courses and distances to wit: South 89°27'07" West, a distance of 127.87 feet to a point in a lake at the beginning of a non-tangent curve to the right having a central angle of 79°36'02", a radius of 211.21 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 89°27'07" West, 270.40 feet; In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 293.43 feet to a point in a lake for corner; South 89°27'07" West, a distance of 78.72 feet to a point in a lake for corner; South 0°32'53" East, a distance of 25.20 feet to a point in a lake for corner; South 89°27'07" West, a distance of 194.11 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found at the southeast corner of said Tract 3; THENCE with the south line of said Tract 3, the following courses and distances to wit: South 64°51'10" West, a distance of 213.57 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set for corner; South 80°32'48" West, a distance of 304.04 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set at the southwest corner of said Tract 3 and at the beginning of a non-tangent curve to the right having a central angle of 23°40'31", a radius of 408.29 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 55°08'46" West, 167.51 feet; THENCE with the south line of said Tract 1, the following courses and distances to wit: In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 168.71 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set for corner; South 50°57'18" West, a distance of 12.08 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set for corner; South 89°27'07" West, a distance of 32.96 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the left having a central angle of 90°00'00", a radius of 30.00 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 44°27'07" West, 42.43 feet; In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 47.12 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found for corner; South 0°32'53" East, a distance of 45.96 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found for corner; North 89°54'09" West, a distance of 898.42 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the left having a central angle of 3°55'08", a radius of 1882.50 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 88°08'17" West, 128.73 feet; In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 128.76 feet to a "PK" nail found for corner in the northeast line of a tract of land described in deed to Margaret B. Lee, recorded in Instrument No. D208308067, Official Public Records of Tarrant County, Texas; THENCE with said northeast line, the following courses and distances to wit: North 41°18'25" West, a distance of 147.59 feet to a "PK" nail found for corner; North 56°49'26" West, a distance of 522.90 feet to a "PK" nail found at the southwest corner of the westerly terminus of said Proposed Roadway and at the westernmost corner of said Tract 1; THENCE departing said northeast line and with the south line of said Proposed Roadway, the following courses and distances to wit: North 33°10'34" East, a distance of 455.15 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the right having a central angle of 56°49'15", a radius of 1215.00 feet, a chord bearing and distance of North 61°35'12" East, 1156.16 feet; In a northeasterly direction, with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 1204.93 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found for corner; North 89°59'49" East, a distance of 1513.65 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PELOTON” found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the left having a central angle of 33°59'05", a radius of 512.38 feet, a chord bearing and distance of North 73°00'17" East, 299.48 feet; In a northeasterly direction with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 303.92 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING and containing 71.1394 acres or 3,098,833 square feet of land. OWNER'S DEDICATION STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF DENTON § NOW, THEREFORE, KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: THAT CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC, does hereby adopt this plat, designating the herein above described property as SCHWAB AT LAKE TURNER ADDITION, an addition to the Town of Westlake, Denton County, Texas. The easements thereon are hereby reserved for the purposes indicated, and in accordance With the easement documents filed with the Town of Westlake and Denton County. The utility and fire lane easements shall be open to fire and police units, garbage and rubbish collection agencies and the public and private utilities for which the easement is reserved, and as specifically approved by the Town of Westlake for the use of a particular easement. The maintenance of paving or any other surface on the utility and fire lane easements is the sole responsibility of the property owner. No buildings, or other permanent improvements shall be constructed, reconstructed or placed upon, over or across the easements as shown. said easements being hereby reserved for use and accommodation of all public utilities for which the easement is reserved, and as specifically approved by the Town of Westlake. Any public utility for which the easement is reserved, and as specifically approved by the Town of Westlake to use a particular easement shall have the right to remove and keep removed all or part of any buildings or other improvements which in any way may endanger or interfere with the construction, maintenance, or efficiency of its system in the easement and that public utility shall at all times have full right of ingress and egress upon the easement for the purpose of constructing, reconstructing, inspecting, patrolling, and maintaining and adding to or removing all or part of its system, subject to complying with all ordinances, rules, regulations and resolutions of the Town of Westlake, Texas, and in accordance with the easement documents filed with the Town of Westlake and Denton County. The Town of Westlake, Texas, and the public utility shall have the right of ingress and egress to private property for the purpose of reading meters, maintenance and service required or ordinarily performed by that utility. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this plat, the owners, for themselves and their successors and assigns, reserve and retain the right to grant other rights and easements across, over or under the easement tract(s) to such other persons as the owners deem proper, provided such other grants are subject to the easements to the Town of Westlake granted in this plat or the easement documents, and the uses granted do not materially interfere with the use of said easements by the Town of Westlake for the purposes set forth herein and the town approves said additional easements or additional uses in writing. any damages to facilities located in said easements as a result of the use granted to such other person shall be promptly repaired by such other person, and the Town of Westlake shall have no responsibility for any damage to such other person's facilities in connection with the use of said easement by the Town of Westlake. In addition, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this plat, the owners, and their successors and assigns, may use the easement tract(s) identified in the easement documents, and shown within the boundaries of the platted property for paving, pedestrian walkway, parking, landscaping and aerial improvement purposes (the "improvements"), which do not materially interfere with or prevent the use by the Town of Westlake of said easements for the purposes set forth herein. Any damages to facilities located in the easements identified on the platted property as a result of such uses shall be promptly repaired by the then-current owner of the platted property that caused such damage, and the Town of Westlake shall have no responsibility for any damages to the improvements in connection with the use of said easements by the Town of Westlake. This plat approved subject to all platting ordinances, rules, regulations, and resolutions of the Town of Westlake, Tarrant County, Texas. WITNESS, my hand, this the ______ day of ______________, 2018. CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC ____________________________________________ By: ____________________________________________ TITLE: STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF DENTON § BEFORE ME, the undersigned, a notary public in and for said county and state, on this day personally appeared ___________________, known to me to be the one whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this _____ day of_________________ 2018. _______________________________________ Notary Public in and for the State of Texas APPROVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS on this the _____ day of ______________, 2018. ATTEST: ____________________________ Mayor ____________________________ Town Secretary REVIEWED BY: ________________________________________ TOWN ATTORNEY ________________________________________ TOWN ENGINEER SURVEYOR’S CERTIFICATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: THAT I, Dana Brown, do hereby certify that I prepared this plat from an actual and accurate survey of the land and that the corner monuments shown thereon were properly placed under my personal supervision in accordance with the platting ordinances, rules, regulations and resolutions of the Town of Westlake, Denton County, Texas. Dated this the __________ day of ___________________________, 2018. ________________________________ DANA BROWN REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR NO. 5336 13455 NOEL ROAD TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWER, SUITE 700 DALLAS, TEXAS 75240 PH. (972) 770-1300 dana.brown@kimley-horn.com STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF DALLAS § BEFORE ME, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the said County and State, on this day personally appeared Dana Brown known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same for the purpose therein expressed and under oath stated that the statements in the foregoing certificate are true. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND SEAL OF OFFICE this ____________ day of ____________________ 2018. _______________________________________ Notary Public in and for the State of Texas IL OETATS SAXETF D S U R V EYORL A N ES S ALP ROF DANA BROWN O NR E G I S TERED 5336 OWNER: CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC C/O CHARLES SCHWAB & CO., INC., CORPORATE REAL ESTATE 2309 GRACY FARMS, AUSTIN, TX 78758 CONTACT - KATIE BLAIR katie.blair@schwab.com PH. 512-682-5859 ENGINEER: KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC. 13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE, SUITE 700 DALLAS, TX 75240 Brad Moss, P.E. brad.moss@kimley-horn.com PH. 972-770-1346 APPROVED BY THE PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS on this the _____ day of ______________, 2018. ATTEST: ____________________________ Chairman ____________________________ Town Secretary LINE TYPE LEGEND BOUNDARY LINE EASEMENT LINE BUILDING LINE WATER LINE SANITARY SEWER LINE STORM SEWER LINE UNDERGROUND GAS LINE OVERHEAD UTILITY LINE UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC LINE UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE LINE FENCE CONCRETE PAVEMENT ASPHALT PAVEMENT UGT UGE XXXXW SS GAS OHE Ordinance 869 OCTOBER 05, 2018 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RE-SUBMISSION CONCEPT SUBMISSION CHECKLIST 2 OVERALL SITE PLAN 3 LAND USE DIAGRAM 4 AREA CALCULATIONS 5 FIRE LANE DIAGRAM 6 CIRCULATION DIAGRAM 7 RENDERED IMAGES 8 ELEVATIONS 10 BUILDING MATERIALS 14 VIEW SHED ANALYSIS 15 SITE LIGHTING 17 DFW-G2 LIGHITNG 19 SIGNAGE (11 x 17 SUPPLEMENT) Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RE-SUBMISSION 2 OCTOBER 05, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS O V E R A L L S IT E P L A N SCALE : 1” = 100’-0” 3 PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS 4 PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION PROJECT AREA CALCULATIONS *Per PD zoning, parking structure, service circulation areas, and rooftop mechanical areas are not included in this total OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS P H A S E 2 S IT E P L A N SCALE : 1” = 50’-0” 5 PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION P H A S E 2 S IT E P L A N – F IR E L A N E D IA G R A M SCALE : 1” = 50’-0” 6 OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS P H A S E 2 S IT E P L A N – S IT E C IR C U L AT IO N D IA G R A M SCALE : 1” = 50’-0” 7 PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUSOVERHEAD NIGHT VIEW FROM THE NORTHWESTVIEW OF DFW-G2 FROM THE NORTHEASTVIEW OF OPEN SPACE FROM SCHWAB WAY9OVERHEAD NIGHT VIEW OF OPEN SPACEPHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSIONOCTOBER 5TH, 2018Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS DFW-4 | SOUTH ELEVATION DFW –4 | NORTH ELEVATION DFW – 4 | WEST ELEVATION DFW – 4 | EAST ELEVATION 10134’-0”1 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 R 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 R 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 R 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 R 134’-0”134’-0”134’-0”PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS DFW – 3 | SOUTH ELEVATION DFW –3 | NORTH ELEVATION DFW – 3 | WEST ELEVATION DFW – 3 | EAST ELEVATION 11104’-0”1 2 3 4 5 6 R 1 2 3 4 5 6 R 104’-0”1 2 3 4 5 6 R 1 2 3 4 5 6 R104’-0”104’-0”PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS DFW-G2 ( 8 STORIES) | SOUTH ELEVATION DFW-G2 (8 STORIES) | NORTH ELEVATION 1285’-0”85’-0”95’-0”95’-0”PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 DFW-G2 (8 STORIES) | EAST ELEVATION DFW-G2 (8 STORIES) | WEST ELEVATION CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS 1385’-0”85’-0”PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 A VISION GLAZING . SPANDREL GLAZING TEXAS LIMESTONE COMPOSITE ALUM. PANEL COMPOSITE WOOD CLADDING STANDING SEAM MTL. ROOF A B C D E F D E F PLEASE NOTE: SPECIFIC MATERIAL SELECTIONS ARE CONCEPTUAL AND MAY BE MODIFIED BASED ON SCHWAB’S REVIEW OF ON- SITE MATERIAL MOCK-UPS. CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS B C D C PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION 14 OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS P H A S E 2 S I T E P L A N –O P E N S PA C E D I A G R A M SCALE : 1” = 50’-0” 20 *Previous open space between Phase 1 & 2 measured 4.5 AC. PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION SEPTEMBER 10TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS V IE W S H E D A N A LY S IS – A R E A M A P 15 PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS V IE W S H E D A N A LY S IS – S E C T IO N V IE W S 16 PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS 23 ROOF SCREEN VISIBILITY DIAGRAM DFW-3 ROOF SCREEN IS NOT VISIBLE WITHIN THIS AREA DFW-4 ROOF SCREEN IS NOT VISIBLE WITHIN THIS AREA PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION SEPTEMBER 10TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS 24 65% OF DFW-3 ROOF SCREEN IS NOT VISIBLE WITHIN THIS AREA 65% OF DFW-4 ROOF SCREEN IS NOT VISIBLE WITHIN THIS AREA ROOF SCREEN VISIBILITY DIAGRAM PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION SEPTEMBER 10TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN SUBMISSION * COLOR TEMPERATURE OF ALL SITE LIGHTING TO BE 3000 K 17 OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS BEGA 77 18 PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS 19 PHASE 2 CONCEPT PLAN RESUBMISSION 15’ TALL POLE MOUNT AREA LIGHT WALL MOUNT AREA LIGHT @ 7’ A.F.F PENDANT MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE DFW-G2 | LIGHTING PLAN – TYPICAL LEVEL DFW-G 2 | LIGHTING PLAN –LEVEL 08 OCTOBER 5TH, 2018 Ordinance 869 P H A S E 2 L A N D S C A P E D E S I G N Ordinance 869 P H A S E 2 L A N D S C A P E D E S I G N Ordinance 869 P H A S E 2 L A N D S C A P E D E S I G N Ordinance 869 Ordinance 869 FL FLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLF LFLFLFLFL FL FLFLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FL FLFL FL FL FLFLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL D >>STREAM EQP.UGEUGE> > >> W W 4200005629.160CHECK SHOT TRAV X BM#2 BM#2 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE EASEMENT VOL. 3144, PG. 359 D.R.D.C.T. APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF LANDSCAPE EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2837 D.R.D.C.T. 40' UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. 20' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. 20' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. TRACT 2 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD. INST. NO. 1998-118649 O.R.D.C.T. HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. TRACT 3 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. NOR T H W E S T P K W Y (TX 1 1 4 ) S89°27'07"W 78.72' S0°32'53"E 25.20' S89°27'07"W 194.11'S64°51' 1 0" W 213.57' S80°32'48"W 304.04' DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE) DFW-1 (OFFICE BUILDING) DFW-A (AMENITY CENTER)DFW-2 (OFFICE BUILDING) HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. PROP. VARIABLE WIDTH PUBLIC DRAINAGE & WATER EASEMENT PROP. 30' PUBLIC DRAINAGE & WATER EASEMENT PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT50.0'25.0' SCHWAB WAY (BY OTHERS) (100' WIDTH R.O.W.) 50' BUILDING SETBACK 25' SIDEYARD SETBACK 50' BUILDING SETBACK PHASE 1 LIMITS PROP. 20' SANITARY SEWER EASEMENT PROP. DRAINAGE WAY EASEMENT PROP. DRAINAGE WAY EASEMENT DFW-3 (OFFICE BUILDING) DFW-4 (OFFICE BUILDING) DFWG-2 (PARKING GARAGE)PHASE 1 LIMITRETAIL CSTATE H I G H W A Y 1 1 4 (NORT H W E S T P A R K W A Y )OVERALLREVISED SITEPLANBYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWERSUITE 700, DALLAS, TX 75240PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2018 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANSCHWAB AT TURNER LAKE ADDITIONTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECTOCTOBER 2018063934067RARRARBJMEngineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BRADLEY J. MOSS 96631 10/05/2018 1 OF 7 PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND PROPOSED CONCRETE FIRE LANE NORTH PROPOSED GRASSCRETE FIRE LANEVICINITY MAP NORTH PROJECT LOCATION ENGINEER 13455 NOEL ROAD TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWER SUITE 700 DALLAS, TEXAS 75240 PH. (972) 770-1300 CONTACT: BRADLEY J. MOSS, P.E. FIRM NO. F-928 ARCHITECT CORGAN 401 NORTH HOUSTON STREET DALLAS, TX 75202 PH. (214) 748-2000 CONTACT: MATT MCDONALD OWNER CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY, LLC 2309 GRACY FARMS AUSTIN, TX HOUSTON, TX 78758 PH. (512) 682 - 5859 CONTACT: KATIE BLAIR FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE EASEMENT 1. ALL REQUIREMENTS OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT 3-5B WILL BE COMPLIED WITH, EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING VARIANCE REQUESTS: A. FIRE LANE BUILDING COVERAGE: i. THE USE OF REMOTE FIRE HYDRANT TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR EXTERIOR BUILDING COVERAGE (LOCATED BETWEEN PROPOSED GARAGE AND DFW-1). NOTES PROPOSED TREE SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS PROPOSED CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE FLFL 2 OF 74 OF 76 OF 7 7 OF 7 5 OF 7 3 OF 7 MATCHLINE MATCHLINEMATCHLINEOrdinance 869 FLFL FL FL FL FL FLFL F L FLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FLFLFLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLD >>>>>>>>>>>>W WWW W W W W W W W W W WWWWWSS SS SS SS SS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWWWSS SS SS SS SS SSSSWWWWWWWWWWWW W W W WW WWUGEUGEUGEUGEUGEUGEUGEUGEUGEUGEUGEWWWWWWSS SS SS SS SS SS SSSSSS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. DFW-1 (OFFICE BUILDING) 60. 0 ° ' 60.0° ' HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. N89°59'49"E 1513.65' ∆=33°59'05" R=512.38' L=303.92' CB=N73°00'17"E C=299.48' ∆=17°32'30" R=2560.00' L=783.77' CB=S8°39'06"W C=780.71' 615615 616 616 SCHWAB WAY (BY OTHERS) (100' WIDTH R.O.W.) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 24' CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. UNDERGROUND SERVICE TUNNEL PROP. BUILDING COLUMN (TYP.) PROP. 6" CURB PROP. 25' CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. HEADWALL SSWR MANHOLE SSWR MANHOLE PROP. AREA DRAIN PROP. CONCRETE PROP. CONCRETE PROP. CONCRETE PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT 25' SIDE YARD SETBACK 50' BUILDINGSETBACK 50' BUILDING SETBACK PROP. 20' SANITARY SEWER EASEMENT PROP. 10' SIDEWALK PROP. 10' SIDEWALK PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 36" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 24" STORM EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN PROP. ENTRY SIGN WALL 10' HEIGHT (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 24' GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. MOUNTABLE CURB PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. FH PROP. WATER FEATURE(SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. STREET EASEMENT PROP. PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT PROP. PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT BFR BFR BFR BFR REMOTE FDC PROP. 2" WATER METER STORM DRAIN, (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) STORM DRAIN, (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) STORM DRAIN, (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 12" STORM PROP. RETAINING WALL(SEE LANDSCAPE AND STRUCTURAL PLANSFOR DETAILS) 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT PROP. FUEL PORT PAD PROP. FUEL TANK PROP. IRRIGATION PUMP 616616 617617 617 618618 619619 616616617617618619615615614614 616 6166166 1 6 616616 617 617 610 615 608 609 611612613614 616 616616616616 616617 617617617 616617620618619621616617618619615616617620618619616 617 616 617 620618619 615 615 611 612 613 614 616 616 617 617 610615615615608609611612612613613614614615613614616616616617617 618618612613614610611612612 615613613613614616617617PROP. 5' GAS EASEMENT PROP. 5' TELECOM EASEMENT PROP. 5' TELECOM EASEMENT DFWG-1(PARKING GARAGE)DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE) R10.0'R1 0 . 0 ' R10.0' R20.0' R 2 2 4 . 0 ' R99. 0 'R99.0' R 1 2 0 . 0 ' R 2 0 0 . 0 ' R10 5 . 0 ' R104.0'R112.0'R3.5'R100.0' R75.0'R4 0 . 0 'R20.0'R165.0' R60.0' R8 8 . 0 ' R189.0' R81.0' R 9 6 . 0 'R99.0 ' R76.0' R80.0' R36.0'R61.3'R353.0 'R100.0'R7 6 . 0 ' R15.0' R124.5' R93.1'R30.0'R 3 0 . 0 'R30.0'R 3 0 . 0 ' R3 0 . 0 'R30.0'R3 0 . 0 ' R 3 0 . 0 'R3 0 . 0 'R30.0'R30. 0 ' R30. 0 '24.0'12.0'12.0'58.1' TO PROPERTY133.7' TO PROPERTY PC 121.8' 72.9'± 443.7'± 136.7'52.3' 24.0' 12.0'12.0' 12 . 0 ' 12 . 0 '12.0 '12.0 '12.0'12.0'24.0'292.3' 32.6'9.0'21.0'9.3'21.0'24.0'24 . 0 '27.2'31.2'24.0'100' R.O.W.155.4'24.0' ± 333.5'± 118 .5 '± 166 .2 '25.0 '25.0' 10.0'24.0'24.0' 12.0'12.0'12.0'12.0'9.0'187.4'56.8'± 16.6'± 16 .6 ' PROP. WATER METER NORTH 3805 W W 4720 4721 47224723 472447254726472747284729 473047314732 47334734 4735 4736 4737 4738 4739 4740 4741 4742 4743 4744 4745 4746 4747 4748 4749 4750 4751 4752 4753 4754 4755 4756 4757 47594760 FL KEY MAP 2 of 7 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2. ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3. ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5. STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6. REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7. SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 15 617 617PROP. CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROP. CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE PROP. TREE SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS PROP. CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE FLFL REVISED SITEPLAN2 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 3 OF 7MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 4 OF 7BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 “(“ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 “(“ cut set on top of a concrete curb at the midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of state highway no. 114 and trophy lake drive. Elev. = 617.02 BM#4 “(“ cut set on the south side of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 2,200 feet west of trophy lake drive. Elev. = 621.10 BM#5 “(“ cut set on the southwest corner of a concrete curb inlet located on teh south side of the east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 1000 feet east of ottinger road. Elev. = 625.35 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWERSUITE 700, DALLAS, TX 75240PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2018 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANSCHWAB AT TURNER LAKE ADDITIONTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECTOCTOBER 2018063934067RARRARBJMBENCHMARKS Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BRADLEY J. MOSS 96631 10/05/2018 Ordinance 869 FLFL FL FL FL FL FLFL F L FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FLFLFLFLF L FL FLF L FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLF L FLFLFL FLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLD >>>>>W W W W W W W W W W SS SS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWWSSSS SS SS SS SS SSSSWWWWWW WWW WWWW WWWUGEUGEUGEUGEHW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. TURNER LAKE TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. DFW-A (OFFICE BUILDING) (AMENITY CENTER)DFW-A (OFFICE BUILDING) (AMENITY CENTER) HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. 20' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. 200' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2899 D.R.D.C.T. S89°27'07"W 78.72' S0°32'53"E 25.20' S89°27'07"W 194.11' S64°51' 1 0" W 213.57' ∆=17°32'30" R=2560.00' L=783.77' CB=S8°39'06"W C=780.71' S89°27'07"W 127.87' ∆=79°36'02" R=211.21' L=293.43' CB=S89°27'07"W C=270.40' ∆=79°36'02" R=211.21' L=293.43' CB=S89°27'07"W C=270.40' 605 610606607608609 605610 606607608 609 611 612 611 612 611612612 PROP. DRAINAGE WAY EASEMENT PROP. DRAINAGE WAY EASEMENT APPROXIMATE PELOTON PROP. LAKE EDGE APPROXIMATE. EX. LAKE EDGE PROP. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN + PELOTON MODIFICATIONS PROP. 24' CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. BUILDING COLUMN (TYP.) PROP. UNDERGROUND SERVICE TUNNEL PROP. 25' CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. HEADWALL PROP. WATER METER PROP. HEADWALL SSWR MANHOLE PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. WATER FEATURE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANSFOR DETAILS) 25' SIDE YARD SETBACK LAKE EDGE GRADING(BY OTHERS) PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 48" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 24" STORM EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN SSWR MANHOLE PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 12" STORM PROP. UNDERGROUND SERVICE TUNNEL PROP. 12" STORM REMOTE FDC PROP. 12" STORM STORM DRAIN, (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) STORM DRAIN, (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FUEL PORT PAD PROP. FUEL TANK PROP. IRRIGATION PUMP 616616 617617 617 618618 619619 616616617617618619615615 615614614616 616 615613614616617 612613614612613614 6156156 1 1612613614 615611 612613614611 611 612 612 613 613 614 614 612 613 614 615616617 6106096116 1 2 605 605 610610 610 610 610 610610 615608 608609 609 611 612 613613613614DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE)R471.0'R20.0' R104.0'R112.0' R5 4 . 0 ' R119.8'R170.0'R60.0' R88 . 0 ' R80.0' R252.0'R30.0 'R194.0'R36.0' R95.8'R61.3'R353.0 'R6 0 5 . 0 'R580.0 ' R228.0' R106.0'R30.0'R56.0'R30.0'R1 8 4 . 2 'R163.0'R187.0'R174. 0 ' R170.0' R183.2' R15.0' R124.5' R93.1'R495.0'R200.0' R30.0' R13 0 . 0 'R30.0'R30.0'R30.0' R30. 0 '± 198.0'72.7'126.0'± 103.5'20.1'12.0'12.0'16.0'25.0 '25.0' 24.0' ±324.6'18.9'±213.3'±131.7' ±84.6' ± 1.6'135.1'± 15.5'378.1' ± 20.5'± 16.6'2 4 . 0 '24.0'24.0' NORTH 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2. ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3. ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5. STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6. REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7. SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 15 617 617PROP. CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROP. CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE PROP. TREE SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS FLFL PROP. CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE REVISED SITEPLAN3 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 2 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 5 OF 73805 W W 4720 4721 47224723 472447254726472747284729 473047314732 47334734 4735 4736 4737 4738 4739 4740 4741 4742 4743 4744 4745 4746 4747 4748 4749 4750 4751 4752 4753 4754 4755 4756 4757 47594760 FL KEY MAP 3 of 7 BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 “(“ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 “(“ cut set on top of a concrete curb at the midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of state highway no. 114 and trophy lake drive. Elev. = 617.02 BM#4 “(“ cut set on the south side of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 2,200 feet west of trophy lake drive. Elev. = 621.10 BM#5 “(“ cut set on the southwest corner of a concrete curb inlet located on teh south side of the east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 1000 feet east of ottinger road. Elev. = 625.35 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWERSUITE 700, DALLAS, TX 75240PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2018 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANSCHWAB AT TURNER LAKE ADDITIONTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECTOCTOBER 2018063934067RARRARBJMBENCHMARKS Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BRADLEY J. MOSS 96631 10/05/2018 Ordinance 869 FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWSSSS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SS SS WWWWWWWWWWWWWW W W W W W W WWW SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SS SS WWWWWWWWWWWWWW W W W W W W WWW FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE) DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE) N89°59'49"E 1513.65' 617 616617618618SCHWAB WAY (BY OTHERS) (100' WIDTH R.O.W.) 3 4 3 5 2 2 3 3 2 3 7 6 5 3 2 2 6 6 53 6 5 6 2 DFW-4 (OFFICE BUILDING)DFWG-2(PARKING GARAGE)PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FH PROP. 36' CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PHASE LIMITS PROP. 30' PUBLIC DRAINAGE AND WATER EASEMENT 50' BUILDING SETBACK PROP. 30' PUBLIC DRAINAGE AND WATER EASEMENT PROP. WATER METER PROP. 7'X5' RCB PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. CURBINLET PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 10' SIDEWALK PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. CURBINLET PROP. 18" STORM PROP. CURBINLET PROP. 18"STORM PROP. WATER FEATURE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANSFOR DETAILS) PROP. 10' SIDEWALK PROP. STREET EASEMENT PROP. STREET EASEMENTPROP. STREET EASEMENT PROP. PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT PROP. PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT PROP. PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT BFRBFRBFRBFR BFR BFR BFR BFR BFR BFRBFR STORM DRAIN, (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FUEL PORT PAD PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 36" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. 25' CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FIRE HYDRANT PROP. AREA DRAIN (TYP.) PROP. AREA PROP. AREA DRAIN (TYP.) PROP. AREA DRAIN (TYP.) PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. SSWR MANHOLE PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SSWR MANHOLE PROP. WATER METER PROP. WATER METER PROP. FIRE HYDRANT PROP. SSWR MANHOLE PROP. ENTRY SIGN WALL 10' HEIGHT (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 5' TELECOM EASEMENT PROP. 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT PROP. 5' GAS EASEMENT PROP. 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT PROP. 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. BUILDING COLUMN (TYP.) PROP. WATER FEATURE(SEE LANDSCAPE PLANSFOR DETAILS) 6 2 0620 620 620 618618618619620619619621 621 620 620620618619621621622622623623624624620 619 621 6206196216 2 2 6 2 3 620618619PROP. 5' TELECOM EASEMENT PROP. 10" WATER PROP. WATER METER PROP. ENTRY FEATURE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) ∆=56°49'15" R=1215.00' L=1204.93' CB=N61°35'12"E C=1156.16' PROP. BUILDING OVERHANG (TYP.) R10. 0 ' R 1 0 . 0 'R3.0'R10.0'R20.0'R 3 5 . 0 'R3.5'R3.5'R10.0' R10.0' R1.3' R1.2'R1.5'R30.0'R 3 0 . 0 'R412.5'R5.0' R5. 0 'R5.0'R5.0'R 5 . 0 'R337.5'R552.9 'R185.3'R312.7'R247.1'R286.5'R210.3'R527.9 'R312.5'R285.2' R274.3' R214.0' R274.1' R298.0' R310.1' R285.1'R273.0' R299.1' R239.0' R260.7' R299.3' R 5 . 0 ' R5.0'R5.0'R5.0 ' R5 . 0 'R15.0'R45.0' R30.0' R69. 0 'R100.0'R100.0'R30.0'R3 0 . 0 ' R30.0' R54.0'R30.0'R20.0'R20.0'R15.0'R15.0'R32.0'R20.0'R15.0'19.0'(TYP.)19.0'(TYP.)19.0'(TYP.)± 363.5' 268.0'200.5'± 443.7'30.0'19.4'80.0'30.0'103.0'145.9'40.0'155.4' 200.8' 18.0'30.0'24.0'36.0'60.3'5.9'1.0'187.4'12.0'11.1'36.0'11.5'11.4'11.8'12.4' 12.4' 12.4'12.1'± 126.9'± 366.8'18.0'(TYP.)9.0' (TYP.)18.0'(TYP.)9.0' (TYP.)18.0'(TYP.)9.0' (T Y P . )18.0'(TYP.)9.0' (TYP.)18.0'(TYP.)9.0' (TYP.)18.0'(TYP.)9.0' (TYP.) 24.0' 25.0'23.1'67.4'54.5'24.0'NORTH 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2. ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3. ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5. STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6. REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7. SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 15 617 617PROP. CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROP. CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE PROP. TREE SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS FLFL PROP. CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE REVISED SITEPLAN4 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 5 OF 7MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 6 OF 7MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 2 OF 73805 W W 4720 4721 47224723 472447254726472747284729 473047314732 47334734 4735 4736 4737 4738 4739 4740 4741 4742 4743 4744 4745 4746 4747 4748 4749 4750 4751 4752 4753 4754 4755 4756 4757 47594760 FL KEY MAP 4 of 7 BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 “(“ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 “(“ cut set on top of a concrete curb at the midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of state highway no. 114 and trophy lake drive. Elev. = 617.02 BM#4 “(“ cut set on the south side of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 2,200 feet west of trophy lake drive. Elev. = 621.10 BM#5 “(“ cut set on the southwest corner of a concrete curb inlet located on teh south side of the east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 1000 feet east of ottinger road. Elev. = 625.35 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWERSUITE 700, DALLAS, TX 75240PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2018 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANSCHWAB AT TURNER LAKE ADDITIONTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECTOCTOBER 2018063934067RARRARBJMBENCHMARKS Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BRADLEY J. MOSS 96631 10/05/2018 Ordinance 869 FLFLFL FL FL FL FL FLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FLFL FLFLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLWWWWWW W W W W W W W W SSSSSSSS SS W W WWW W W W W W W W W W WWWWWWWWWWWWWWW W W SSSSSSSS SS W W WWW W W W W W W W W W WWWWWWWWWWWWWWW W W >>>> > > >>>> > >FLFL FL FL FL FL FL FLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FLFLF L F L FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLTRACT 3 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. DFW-2 (OFFICE BUILDING) 5 5 DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE) HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. S80°32'48"W 304.04' 610607608609 611 605610 606607608609 612 613614610 609611 612 613 614 55 DFW-3 (OFFICE BUILDING)DFWG-2(PARKING GARAGE)PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN + PELOTON MODIFICATIONS PROP. 25' CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. BUILDING COLUMN (TYP.) PROP. FH PROP. 5' CURB INLET PROP. 5' CURB INLET APPROXIMATE PELOTON PROP. LAKE EDGE PHASE LIMITS PROP. FIRE HYDRANT PROP. FIRE HYDRANT PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 18" STORM PROP. (2) 6'x4' RCB PROP. (2) 6'x4' RCB PROP. 7'X5' RCB PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 12" STORM EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. 2' CONCRETE FLUME PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18"STORM PROP. 18"STORM PROP. 24" STORM (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANSFOR DETAILS) BFR BFR BFR BFR BFR BFR BFR PROP. 25' PUBLIC DRAINAGE EASEMENT STORM DRAIN, (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FUEL PORT PAD PROP. SSWR MANHOLE PROP. 25' CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN PROP. 25' PUBLIC DRAINAGE EASEMENT PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 12"STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 48" STORM PROP. 36" STORM PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. FIRE HYDRANT PROP. FIRE HYDRANT PROP. AREA DRAIN (TYP.) PROP. AREA DRAIN (TYP.) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. BUILDING COLUMN (TYP.) PROP. WATER FEATURE(SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS)615 615 620 611611 612 612 613 613 614 614 616617 618 619 615 615615 620620 620 6206 1 3 6 1 4 616 617 618 618619 6 1 9 615620616617618619 620620616 617 618619 617 616 616 616 616617 615 615616 616616617617618619 610 610 610 PROP. 10" WATER PROP. WATER METER PROP. HEADWALL PROP. DRAINAGE SWALE PHASE LIMITS PROP. BUILDING OVERHANG (TYP.) R 1 0 . 0 'R3.0'R10.0' R10.0' R1.3' R1.2'R1.5'R605.0'R 3 0 . 0 'R30.0'R15.0 ' R209.8' R 1 6 4 . 1 ' R 1 3 9 . 1 'R3 0 . 0 'R298.4 'R228.4'R30.0'R583.9'R253.4'R435.0'R270.7 'R24 2 . 0 'R220.6 'R387.5'R209.8'R184.8'R412.5'R274.1' R298.0' R310.1' R285.1'R273.0' R299.1' R228.8' R232.7' R55.0'R32.0'R665.0'R20.0'R15.0'19.0'(TYP.)19.0'(TYP.)19.0'(TYP.)43.0'± 348.5'126.0'± 103.5'9.0' (TYP.) 9.0' (TYP.)9.0' (TYP.)7.9' 10.0'20.1'16.0' 200.8'10.0 '25.0'24.0'36.0'18.9'5.9'11.5'11.4'11.8'12.4' 12.4' 12.4'12.1'± 16.6'25.0'25.0'25.0' 25.0'26.0 ' ± 360.5'± 110.1'25.0'± 97.7'27.3'± 64.5'16.6'25.0' 25.0'23.1'54.5'PROP. 2' CONCRETE FLUME NORTH 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2. ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3. ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5. STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6. REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7. SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 15 617 617PROP. CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROP. CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE PROP. TREE SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS FLFL PROP. CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE REVISED SITEPLAN5 OF 7 3805 W W 4720 4721 47224723 472447254726472747284729 473047314732 47334734 4735 4736 4737 4738 4739 4740 4741 4742 4743 4744 4745 4746 4747 4748 4749 4750 4751 4752 4753 4754 4755 4756 4757 47594760 FL KEY MAP 5 of 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 4 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 7 OF 7MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 3 OF 7BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 “(“ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 “(“ cut set on top of a concrete curb at the midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of state highway no. 114 and trophy lake drive. Elev. = 617.02 BM#4 “(“ cut set on the south side of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 2,200 feet west of trophy lake drive. Elev. = 621.10 BM#5 “(“ cut set on the southwest corner of a concrete curb inlet located on teh south side of the east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 1000 feet east of ottinger road. Elev. = 625.35 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWERSUITE 700, DALLAS, TX 75240PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2018 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANSCHWAB AT TURNER LAKE ADDITIONTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECTOCTOBER 2018063934067RARRARBJMBENCHMARKS Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BRADLEY J. MOSS 96631 10/05/2018 Ordinance 869 SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS W W WWWWWWWWWW W W W WWWWWWWWWW W > > > >FLFLFLFL F L FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL3 7 6 6 7 7 7 3 2 353 4432 DFWG-2 (PARKING GARAGE) PROP. 48' CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. 25' PUBLIC DRAINAGE EASEMENT PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 20' PUBLIC WATER EASEMENT PROP. FIRE HYDRANT PROP. FIRE HYDRANT PROP. AREA DRAIN (TYP.) BOX CULVERT (BY OTHERS) 50' BUILDING SETBACK 50' BUILDING SETBACK PROP. 5' TELECOM EASEMENT PROP. 10' ELECTRIC EASEMENT PROP. 5' GAS EASEMENT PROP. 36' CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. 36' CONCRETE FIRE LANE 62 3 62 4 623623 620620620 620620621622 62062 0 62061961 9 6 2 0620 620619621622621 621 620620620620619619621 622SCHW A B W A Y (BY O T H E R S )(100' WI D T H R. O. W.) TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. PROP. BUILDING OVERHANG (TYP.) ∆=56°49'15" R=1215.00' L=1204.93' CB=N61°35'12"E C=1156.16'R30.0'R30. 0 'R150.0 'R100.0 ' R1 2 . 0 'R12.0'R 1 2 . 0 'R20.0'R434.7'R202.3'R10.0'R10.0' R5.0'R12.0 ' R 5 . 0 ' R5.0' R 5 . 0 ' R69. 0 'R100.0'12.0'24.0'31.0'48.0'12.0'12.0'12.0'12.0'1 2 . 0 '24.0'18.0'18.0'24.0'18.0'40.2'24.0' 36.0' 1 5 1 . 6 ' TOPROPERTY± 471.7'± 423.5'17.8'625621 622623624 626627628620625622622623623624626627 625625622623624624626626NORTH 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2. ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3. ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5. STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6. REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7. SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 15 617 617PROP. CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROP. CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE PROP. TREE SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS PROP. CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE FLFL REVISED SITEPLAN6 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 7 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 4 OF 73805 W W 4720 4721 47224723 472447254726472747284729 473047314732 47334734 4735 4736 4737 4738 4739 4740 4741 4742 4743 4744 4745 4746 4747 4748 4749 4750 4751 4752 4753 4754 4755 4756 4757 47594760 FL KEY MAP 6 of 7 BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 “(“ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 “(“ cut set on top of a concrete curb at the midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of state highway no. 114 and trophy lake drive. Elev. = 617.02 BM#4 “(“ cut set on the south side of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 2,200 feet west of trophy lake drive. Elev. = 621.10 BM#5 “(“ cut set on the southwest corner of a concrete curb inlet located on teh south side of the east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 1000 feet east of ottinger road. Elev. = 625.35 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWERSUITE 700, DALLAS, TX 75240PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2018 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANSCHWAB AT TURNER LAKE ADDITIONTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECTOCTOBER 2018063934067RARRARBJMBENCHMARKS Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BRADLEY J. 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WATER METER PROP. 36' CONCRETE FIRE LANE 61 5 61 5 62 0 62 0 620 620 61361 3 61 4 61 4 61 6 616 61661661 7 617 61 8 618 61 9 619 62 1 62 2 62 3 62 4 620 61 8 61 9 62 1 622 623 62062062 0620620 620625616617618619621622623624 620625 61761861962 1 622 623 624 626 627 628 620 620 620 618 618 619 619 621 621 PROP. DRAINAGE SWALE PROP. HEADWALL TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. PROP. BUILDING OVERHANG (TYP.)R10.0'R10.0'R25.0'R167.2'R2 5 . 0 '25.0'40.2'35.0'36.0'± 423.5'± 471.7'625625621622623623624624626626BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 “(“ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 “(“ cut set on top of a concrete curb at the midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of state highway no. 114 and trophy lake drive. Elev. = 617.02 BM#4 “(“ cut set on the south side of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 2,200 feet west of trophy lake drive. Elev. = 621.10 BM#5 “(“ cut set on the southwest corner of a concrete curb inlet located on teh south side of the east bound service road of state highway 114, approximately 1000 feet east of ottinger road. Elev. = 625.35 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.13455 NOEL ROAD, TWO GALLERIA OFFICE TOWERSUITE 700, DALLAS, TX 75240PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2018 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANSCHWAB AT TURNER LAKE ADDITIONTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECTOCTOBER 2018063934067RARRARBJMBENCHMARKS Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BRADLEY J. MOSS 96631 10/05/2018 NORTH 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2. ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3. ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5. STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6. REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7. SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 15 617 617PROP. CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROP. CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE PROP. TREE SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS FLFL PROP. CONCRETE PAVER FIRE LANE REVISED SITEPLAN7 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 6 OF 7 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 5 OF 73805 W W 4720 4721 47224723 472447254726472747284729 473047314732 47334734 4735 4736 4737 4738 4739 4740 4741 4742 4743 4744 4745 4746 4747 4748 4749 4750 4751 4752 4753 4754 4755 4756 4757 47594760 FL KEY MAP 7 of 7 Ordinance 869 O1 CHARLES SCHWAB DFW CAMPUS JULY 24, 2018OCTOBER 05, 2017 Ordinance 869 ARCHITECTURAL REFERENCE..........3 SITE + VISION.....................................6 SIGNAGE PALETTE INSPIRATION......9 SIGNAGE CONCEPTS........................12 Ordinance 869 O6 SITE + VISION Ordinance 869 O7 CIRCLE T A 2,500-acre mixed-use, master planned community in Westlake, Texas, Circle T Ranch® presents the corporate campus, championship golf and recreational component to Alliance- Texas. With more than 700 acres of open space and golf, Circle T Ranch showcases some of the most picturesque land in the state. The Town of Westlake was recently ranked the nation’s most affluent community by Forbes. O7 Ordinance 869 O8 MODERN RANCH AUTHENTIC ELEGANT INVITING STURDY REINVENTED AGRARIAN TRANSPARENT O8 Ordinance 869 O9 SIGNAGE PALETTE INSPIRATION Ordinance 869 O10 MODERN RANCH WARM CLASSIC CONTEMPORARY SLIGHTLY RUSTIC O10 Ordinance 869 O11O11 MODERN RANCH WARM CLASSIC CONTEMPORARY SLIGHTLY RUSTIC Ordinance 869 O12 SIGNAGE CONCEPT Ordinance 869 FRONT VIEW - MONUMENT SIGN OPTION 2 SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0" SIDE VIEW - MONUMENT SIGN OPTION 2 SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0" 7'-6"10'-0"1'-9"6'-3"4 Ordinance 869 Ordinance 869 O25 PRIMARY VEHICULAR DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE SECONDARY VEHICULAR DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGESIDE VIEW SIDE VIEW PARKING EXIT114 WEST GUEST PARKING EXIT114 EAST GUEST PARKING EXIT114 EAST PARKING EXIT114 WEST AUTHORIZED VEHICLES ONLY Painted aluminum logo applied to face of sign Quality powder coating aluminum panels with push-thur acrylic to be illuminated at night Quality powder coating aluminum panels with push- thru acrylic to be illuminated at night Painted aluminum sign frame Natural stone to match architectural stone 3'-0"9" 2'-6"4'-6"4 1/2"6'-8"SIGNAGE CONCEPT ONE VEHICULAR DIRECTIONALS Ordinance 869 PEDESTRAIN DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE SIDE VIEW Ordinance 869 O28 Charles Schwab WAY Future Circle ROAD Front View Scale: 1/2" = 1'-0"1 Side View Scale: 1/2" = 1'-0"2 4'-2"7"Framed painted aluminum sign panel with reflective vinyl letters applied to face REGULATORY & STREET SIGNAGE Ordinance 869 Ordinance 869 E.3E.5E.5E.7E.7E.7E.7E.7Ordinance 869 O32 THANK YOU! Ordinance 869 Page 1 of 7 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Action Item Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance for a Concept/Development Plan for Schwab Way on an approximately 52.87- acre portion of Planned Development District Number 3-5A (PD 3-5A). The property/roadway is generally located south of and along State Highway 170 and State Highway 114, between JT Ottinger Road, and the southern terminus of Trophy Lake Drive. STAFF CONTACT: Ron Ruthven, Director of Planning & Development Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Planned / Responsible Development Citizen, Student & Stakeholder High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) This request is being initiated by The Town of Westlake in order to formally approve the location and design of Schwab Way, which will provide the exclusive public roadway access to the Charles Schwab campus. The Charles Schwab campus is wholly located within the PD3-5B zoning district, owned by Charles Schwab, while Schwab Way will be wholly located within the PD3-5A zoning district, owned by Hillwood and its development partners. Given the requirement for a concept/development plan, construction of the phase one portion of Schwab Way was allowed to proceed in lieu of this requirement through the approval of a Master Roadway Construction Agreement (Resolution 17-28), which was approved by the Town Council on June 19, 2017. The Page 2 of 7 Town of Westlake Code of Ordinances requires that a concept plan and/or development plan must be approved in any PD zoning district prior to any development activity, which includes any roadway construction. Therefore, approval of this item meets the concept/development plan requirement for PD3-5A such that the remainder of Schwab Way may be completed within the PD3-5A zoning district per the requirements of the Code of Ordinances. This request does not include any commercial or residential development plans in PD3-5A as these development details will likely be brought forward for consideration at future date by the property owner(s). CURRENT CONDITIONS Phase one of the Charles Schwab campus is scheduled for substantial completion in Spring 2019. Approval of the phase two portion of the Schwab campus is a companion item for consideration on this agenda. The phase one portion of Schwab Way is approximately 70% complete at this time. Items that are outstanding regarding the completion of Schwab Way include installation of traffic signals and connections to the State Highway 114 service road, landscaping and signage among other items. Final plans for landscaping, signage, sidewalks and various intersection improvements for Schwab Way phase one are currently under review by Town staff. In addition to Schwab Way phase one plans, staff is currently reviewing Schwab Way phase two plans submitted by the PD3-5A developer last month. TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS The Code of Ordinances requires that a traffic impact analysis (TIA) be submitted with any new PD district application. Given that the PD3-5A developer (Hillwood et al) is constructing the public roadway system that provides access to the PD3-5B development, the PD3-5A developer is conducting the TIA for the larger development that encompasses both PD3-5A and PD3-5B, commonly referred to as “Project Blizzard”. Given its more global scope, this TIA includes the entire Project Blizzard development and projects traffic impacts and demand up to the projected build-out of the entire development in 2040. However, in reviewing the TIA, staff has identified several issues that require addressing including the absence of a concept plan and development schedule for PD3-5A. Therefore, in order to more accurately predict the traffic impacts and traffic mitigation needs for the Charles Schwab development, staff has commissioned a separate TIA to be performed that provides a specific focus on the Charles Schwab, phase one and two development only. The TIA is complete but remains under review by staff. Staff will provide a summary of the recommendations and present options for traffic mitigation at the October 29th meeting. SCHWAB WAY LOCATION AND DESIGN Schwab Way will be located along the boundary line of PD3-5A and PD3-5B with the south right- of-way boundary on the specific boundary line, thereby leaving the entire right-of-way within PD3-5A. According to both the Master Thoroughfare Plan and the Circle T Ranch master plan, Schwab Way will eventually connect with the future extension of Parrish Lane and will ultimately terminate into U.S. Highway 377. The Schwab Way phase two plans currently under review by staff show a current terminus into J.T. Ottinger Road. Based on the final recommendations of the Town commissioned TIA, it may also be recommended that Schwab be extended past J.T. Ottinger Page 3 of 7 Road as an off-site improvement or stopped short of J.T. Ottinger and connect through a new or temporary road to State Highway 170 in order to mitigate traffic impacts to J.T. Ottinger Road from the development. In terms of roadway design, Schwab Way will be a four-lane divided road within a 100 foot wide right-of-way. This cross-section was approved as part of Resolution 17-28 and deviates from both the approved roadway cross-sections in Ordinance 769 approving the PD3-5A zoning district and from the Master Thoroughfare Plan. Ordinance 769 shows a “Primary Arterial”, which includes a four-lane divided road within a 134 foot right-of-way that includes on-street parking spaces on both sides of the road. Ordinance 769 Approved Cross-section The Master Thoroughfare Plan in the 2015 Comprehensive Plan shows Schwab Way as a “Regional Arterial”, which includes a four-lane divided road within a 126 foot right-of-way that includes a significant landscape buffer. Page 4 of 7 Master Thoroughfare Plan “Regional Arterial” Cross-section The cross-section approved by Resolution 17-28 more closely resembles the “Town Arterial” cross-section in the Master Thoroughfare Plan, both of which are shown as follows: Master Thoroughfare Plan “Town Arterial” Cross-section Page 5 of 7 Resolution 17-28 Approved Cross-section for Schwab Way In terms of other roadway design elements, staff recommends that these generally meet the recommendations contained in the Town Design Structure Plan in the Comprehensive Plan (attached). SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATION This item is a staff initiated request in order to formally approve the Schwab Way alignment and design as required by the Code of Ordinances through the approval of a concept/development plan specifically for Schwab Way in the PD3-5A zoning district. As mentioned above, the TIA is complete but remains under review by staff. Staff will provide a summary of the recommendations and present options for traffic mitigation at the October 29th meeting. Notwithstanding discussion and presentation of new information at the October 29th meeting, staff acknowledges that many details remain to be reviewed but staff has crafted the recommendations below such that the Charles Schwab development can continue to move forward while roadway and traffic issues are addressed. Therefore, pending presentation and discussion of the recommendations for traffic mitigation at the October 29th meeting, staff recommends approval of this item subject to the following conditions: 1. A four lane, divided concrete roadway, hereinafter referred to as “Schwab Way” shall be constructed as depicted on Exhibits A and B. Construction of Schwab Way shall be aligned and constructed as shown on Exhibits A and B within a 100' wide right of way to be dedicated to the Town of Westlake. Schwab Way right-of-way cross-sections shall be generally consistent with the cross-sections shown in Exhibit B. 2. Schwab Way shall be constructed in two phases as shown on Exhibit A. For the purpose of this ordinance, all phase one Schwab Way construction and improvements shall at a minimum include, and be consistent with, the improvements described in Master Roadway Construction Agreement approved by Resolution 17-28, Town Ordinances and the Comprehensive Plan. Page 6 of 7 3. Prior to the issuance of the notice to proceed for Schwab Way phase two, a development agreement shall be submitted and approved by the Town as required by the Code of Ordinances. 4. Schwab Way phase one improvements shall be completed not later than September 1, 2019, or before a final certificate of occupancy is issued for the site plan approved by Ordinance XXX, whichever occurs first. For the purpose of this ordinance, completion includes final approval by the Town Manager or designee and final acceptance by the Town of all required improvements included in Resolution 17-28. 5. Schwab Way phase two improvements shall be completed not later than June 1, 2021, or before a final certificate of occupancy is issued for the site approved by Ordinance XXX, whichever occurs first. 6. Not later than the date of final acceptance of public improvements for phase two construction of Schwab Way, a preliminary site evaluation shall be submitted and approved and a final plat shall be submitted, approved and recorded. Said plats shall, at a minimum, include all right-of-way to be dedicated for Schwab Way including any adjacent required easements on common ownership property. Both plats may be considered simultaneously. 7. Sidewalks and/or trails shall be constructed on both sides of Schwab Way per the requirements of the Comprehensive Plan, Code of Ordinances and/or an approved concept plan, development plan and site plan. Said sidewalk/trail shall be constructed prior to the final acceptance of public improvements. 8. The design and placement of all roadway amenities, including landscaping, traffic control devices, streetlights, benches, signage (including wayfinding and entryway signage), enhanced concrete and/or pavers, etc. shall be generally consistent with the recommendations for said amenities contained in the Comprehensive Plan and the Code of Ordinances where applicable. 9. All lighting illumination shall be low intensity and shall generally comply with the outdoor lighting requirements contained in the Code of Ordinances. 10. Except as amended herein, Schwab Way, whether built in phases or in its entirety as one project, as well as any additional improvements constructed in PD3-5A shall comply with the recommendations of the Westlake Comprehensive Plan, The Code of Ordinances and any other applicable Planned Development District Ordinances. Where a conflict exists between the recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan and other existing codes and ordinances, the recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan shall apply. 11. In addressing traffic impacts and any mitigation thereof as identified in a Town approved traffic impact analysis, additional roadways may be constructed in this zoning district without further amendment to this ordinance upon the final approval of the Town Manager or their designee. ATTACHMENTS Page 7 of 7 1. Location, Alignment and Zoning Maps 2. Schwab Way Phase One Approved Designs 3. Proposed Roadway Concept/Development Plan 4. Resolution 17-24 5. Ordinance 769 6. Town Design Structure Plan 7. Master Thoroughfare Plan 8. Draft Ordinance PD3‐5B PD3‐5A PD3‐5A LocaƟon and Zoning Map Town of Trophy Club City of Roanoke Schwab Way—Ph.1 J.T.Oƫnger Rd.  Schwab Way Phase One Schwab Way Phase Two Charles Schwab Campus Hillwood & Partners Future Mixed‐Use Schwab Way LocaƟon and Alignment Exhibit  0 10’20’30’ GRAPHIC SCALE TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ 2.0% 6" CURB 6" CURB PARKWAY 9’ 2.0%ROW2.0% 6" CURB 2.0% TURN LANE 10’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ PARKWAY 9’ ROW100’ ROW ROAD CENTER LINEDEVELOPMENT SCHWAB DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ROW 50’ FROM SETBACK LINEBUILDING SETBACK LINEBUILDING MEDIAN 14’ TURN LANE 10’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ 2.0% 6" CURB 6" CURB PARKWAY 9’ 2.0%ROW2.0% 6" CURB 2.0% TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ PARKWAY 9’ ROW100’ ROW ROAD CENTER LINEDEVELOPMENT SCHWAB DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ROW 50’ FROM SETBACK LINEBUILDING SETBACK LINEBUILDING MEDIAN 34’ 6" CURB BACK OF CURB 15’ FROM BACK OF CURB 15’ FROM BIKE LANE 10’ BIKE LANE 10’ 6’ 6’ A SCHWAB WAY WITH FULL MEDIAN PROPOSED 100’ ROW B SCHWAB WAY WITH 2 LEFT TURN LANES PROPOSED 100’ ROW C 26’ SANITARY SEWER DRAIN STORM WATER LINE STREET SECTIONS SCHWAB WAY TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ 2.0% PARKWAY 9’ 2.0%ROW2.0%2.0% TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ PARKWAY 9’ ROW100’ ROWDEVELOPMENT SCHWAB DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ROW 50’ FROM SETBACK LINEBUILDING SETBACK LINEBUILDING BACK OF CURB 15’ FROM BIKE LANE 10’ 6’ D SCHWAB WAY WITH 2 LEFT TURN LANES PROPOSED 100’ ROW CURB ROLLOVER CURB ROLLOVER MARKERS/BUTTONS REFLECTIVE RAISED DELINEATED WITH MEDIAN TO BE ELECTRIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS 26’ SANITARY SEWER DRAIN STORM WATER LINE ELECTRIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS 26’ SANITARY SEWER DRAIN STORM WATER LINE ELECTRIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS 26’ SANITARY SEWER DRAIN STORM WATER LINE ELECTRIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS * UTILITY DEPTH NOT TO SCALE. A PART OF ANY CONCEPT OR DEVELOPMENT PLAN. THIS IS FOR EXHIBIT PURPOSES ONLY. THIS EXHIBIT IS NOT SCHWAB WAY WITH 2 LEFT TURN LANES & 1 RIGHT TURN LANE PROPOSED 100’ ROW 2.0% 6" CURB 6" CURB 2.0%ROW2.0% 6" CURB 2.0% TURN LANE 10’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ PARKWAY 9’ ROW100’ ROW ROAD CENTER LINEDEVELOPMENT SCHWAB DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ROW 50’ FROM SETBACK LINEBUILDING SETBACK LINEBUILDING BACK OF CURB 15’ FROM 6’ MEDIAN 14’ TURN LANE 10’ 9’1’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ BIKE LANE 10’ TURN LANE 10’ TURN LANE 10’ TURN LANE 10’CENTER LINEROAD MEDIAN 14’ 22’ 22’ 22’ 22’ DRAFT DATE: 5/11/2017 N G:\JOB\HWA17006_Partnership_Dev\Site\Exhibits\20170213_Street Sections\Schwab Way Sections Per Median Cut Exhibit With Utilities.sht NSCHWAB WAY - PHASE I PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SH 114STREET B (67’ ROW)STREET A (67’ ROW)STREET C (67’ ROW)STREET D (67’ ROW)STREET E (67’ ROW)BY OTHERS DEVELOPMENT 75’ B-B 100’ ROW SIGNALS EXISTING SIGNAL PROPOSED SCHWAB WAY SH 170 1.9 ACRES POD 7 HOTEL OFFICE/ 0 80’160’240’ GRAPHIC SCALE TURNAROUND TRANSITION & TEMPORARY ASPHALT COLORED CONCRETE RAMP STAMPED (STAMPED COLORED CONCRETE) RAISED PEDESTRIAN CROSSING COLORED CONCRETE CROSSWALK PAVERS/COLORED CONCRETE CROSSWALK PAVERS/ COLORED CONCRETE CROSSWALK PAVERS/ COLORED CONCRETE CROSSWALK PAVERS/ FUTURE DRIVE FUTURE DRIVE FUTURE DRIVE A PART OF ANY CONCEPT OR DEVELOPMENT PLAN. THIS IS FOR EXHIBIT PURPOSES ONLY. THIS EXHIBIT IS NOT 2.3 ACRES POD 5 ENTERTAINMENT OFFICE/ 1.7 ACRES POD 3 ENTERTAINMENT OFFICE/ 6.9 ACRES POD 1 RETAIL/HOTEL MIXED USED/OFFICE/ 1.4 ACRES POD 8 OFFICE 2.2 ACRES POD 6 ENTERTAINMENT OFFICE/RETAIL/ MIXED USE/ 1.4 ACRES POD 4 OPEN SPACE RETAIL/ OFFICE/ 6.1 ACRES POD 2 MIXED USED/OFFICE/RETAIL 3.0 ACRES OFFICE/RETAIL BRANCH CHARLES SCHWAB G:\JOB\HWA17006_Partnership_Dev\Site\Exhibits\20170317_SchwabWay\20170317_SchwabWay.dgnTEXAS 114 TEXAS 170 Schwab Way Phase One Schwab Way Phase Two Concept/Development Plan Schwab Way TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION 17-28 A RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, APPROVING A MASTER ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT WITH WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD., HW2421 LAND, LP, AND HILLWOOD ALLIANCE SERVICES, LLC, RELATED TO THE PHASE ONE CONSTRUCTION OF SCHWAB WAY, A PUBLIC ROADWAY IN WESTLAKE, TEXAS. WHEREAS, the Town is a duly created and validly existing Type A General Law Municipality, created under the laws of the State of Texas, including particularly, but not by way oflimitation, Chapter 51, Texas Local Government Code ("LGC"); and WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake (Town) and Westlake Retail Associates, Ltd., HW2421 Land, LP, and Hillwood Alliance Services, LLC desire to enter into an agreement which sets out responsibilities for the Developers, Owner and the Town as it relates to the construction of a new road in Westlake; and, WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That, all matters stated in the Recitals hereinabove are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein by reference as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, hereby approves the Master Roadway Construction Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit "A", with the Developers, Owner; and further authorizes the Town Manager to execute said agreements and pursue any necessary procedures on behalf of the Town of Westlake. SECTION 3: If any portion of this Resolution shall, for any reason, be declared invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining provision ns hereof and the Council hereby determines that it would have adopted this Resolution without the invalid provision. Resolution 17-28 Page I of2 MASTER ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SCHWAB WAY, PHASE ONE This Agreement ("Agreement") is executed to be effective as of the 19th day of June, 2017 ("Effective Date") by and among the Town of Westlake, Texas (the "Town"), Westlake Retail Associates, Ltd., a Texas limited partnership ("WRA"), HW 2421 Land, LP, a Texas limited partnership ("HW242 l "),and Hillwood Alliance Services, LLC, a Texas limited liability company ("HAS"). WRA is the owner of that certain real property as more particularly described in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference (the "WRA Property"). HW2421 is the owner of that certain real property as more particularly described in Exhibit "B", attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference (the "HW2421 Property"). This Agreement concerns the dedication of the WRA Property and the HW2421 Property for the right-of-way for, and construction of, phase one of a roadway herein referred to as "Schwab Way" and which construction may also be described as the "HAS Phase One Improvements" herein, for which the right-of-way is described in Exhibit "A" and Exhibit "B". SECTION 1. HAS ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS A. HAS Phase One Improvements. The HAS Phase One Improvements shall be constructed pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement. B. Schwab Way. 1. HAS shall construct or cause to be constructed the HAS Phase One Improvements, which means phase one of a four lane, divided or undivided Portland Cement concrete road as depicted on Exhibit "C" attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference and referred to herein as Schwab Way. Construction the HAS Phase One Improvements will be completed from the intersection of Trophy Lake Drive and SH 170/114 to the westerly end of Schwab Phase One (hereinafter defined) on the Schwab Property (hereinafter defined) within a 100' wide right of way to be dedicated to the Town. The construction of the HAS Phase One Improvements shall be completed, and accepted by the Town (said acceptance not to be unreasonably withheld), on or before the HAS Phase One Improvements Deadline (defined below). 2. The HAS Phase One Improvements shall include the roadway, underground storm drainage, a 12" water line, street lighting, sidewalks within the right of way, enhanced concrete and/or concrete pavers, and traffic signals (if warranted). 3. HAS shall provide the Town with contracts, specifications, and construction plans as required here under that bear the seal of a Licensed Professional Engineer who shall be licensed in the State of Texas. 4. The Town shall review the submitted contracts, specifications, and construction plans for the HAS Phase One Improvements for compliance Resolution 17-28 Page 1 of 11 with Town regulations and the Comprehensive Plan and will issue a Notice to Proceed once the contracts, specifications, and construction plans are deemed acceptable for construction and approved by the Town Engineer. 5. HAS agrees it will contract for the HAS Phase One Improvements with contractors who are approved to work within the Town. Before acceptance of the public improvements by the Town, the contractor or contractors will furnish a two-year maintenance bond as specified below. 6. Upon completion of the construction of the HAS Phase One Improvements, HAS shall provide the Town with as-built drawings of the same. 7. HAS agrees the HAS Phase One Improvements shall become the property of the Town only after completion of the work, final acceptance issued by the Town, and submission of the aforementioned maintenance bonds, and when all of the facilities are constructed. 8. HAS acknowledges that the traffic impact analysis (TIA) submitted for the portions of the PD3-5(A) and PD3-5(B) zoned areas to be served by Phase One of Schwab Way as contemplated in this Agreement, and that the TIA remains is under review by the Town as of the date of this agreement. SECTION 2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE HAS IMPROVEMENTS A. HAS Phase One Improvements Deadline. The term "HAS Phase One Improvements Deadline" shall mean the date on which a certificate of occupancy is issued by the Town for a corporate office and amenity campus consisting of a building or buildings totaling, in the aggregate, at least 400,000 square feet ("Schwab Phase One") located on the property described on Exhibit "D" attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference (the "Schwab Property"). B. Maintenance Security for Schwab Way. At the time of initial construction of the HAS Phase One Improvements, HAS shall obtain a maintenance bond provided by its general contractor that guarantees maintenance of the paving within the HAS Phase One Improvements for a period of not less than two (2) years following Town of Westlake acceptance of construction of the HAS Phase One Improvements. The bond shall be in the amount of 100 percent of the costs of the maintenance of the paving within the HAS Phase One Improvements for this period as reasonably determined by HAS. C. Security for Completion of the Schwab Way. HAS shall obtain a performance bond from the general contractor to insure the completion of the HAS Phase One Improvements, and either assign such performance bond to the Town or cause the Town to be listed on such bond as a co-obligee in the amount of 100 percent of the funds estimated by HAS' s engineer to be necessary to pay for completion of the HAS Phase One Improvements. Resolution 17-28 Page 2of11 D. HAS Engineer. HAS must employ a civil engineer licensed to practice in the State of Texas, for the design and preparation of the plans and specifications for construction of the Schwab Way. E. Contractor Approval. HAS shall employ a construction contractor who is approved by the Town in connection with construction of the HAS Phase One Improvements. The contractor must meet the Town's regulatory standards and statutory requirements for being insured, licensed, and bonded to do work in public streets and/or public projects, and to be qualified in all respects to bid on public streets and upon public projects of similar nature, as the case may be. F. Dedication of Property. Dedication to the Town of real property, including right- of-way and easements, shall include a metes and bounds description stamped by a Texas registered professional surveyor. SECTION 3. CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES FOR HAS IMPROVEMENTS A. Engineering Standards. HAS covenants that all HAS Phase One Improvements shall be constructed in accordance with the Town engineering standards. B. Conditions Prior to Construction. Prior to authorizing construction of the HAS Phase One Improvements , the Town shall be satisfied that the following conditions have been met with respect to the HAS Phase One Improvements: 1. All required plans and contract documents, if any, shall have been completed and filed with the Town. 2. All contractors participating in the construction shall be presented with a set of approved plans bearing the Town stamp of release. These plans must remain on the job site at all times. 3. A complete list of the contractors, their representatives on the site, and the telephone numbers where a responsible party may be reached at all times, must be submitted to the Town. 4. HAS or the contractor must furnish to the Town an insurance policy of general liability in the amount of $1,000,000 naming the Town as an additional insured prior to the commencement of any work on the HAS Phase One Improvements. C. Fees. All applicable Town fees will be paid. D. Inspections. Construction of the HAS Phase One Improvements shall be subject to periodic inspections by the Town or the Town's designee. HAS shall be responsible for completing and/or correcting any HAS Phase One Improvements completed by HAS which are not constructed in accordance with the Town's construction standards and specifications and engineering standards. Any change Resolution 17-28 Page 3 of I I in design required during construction shall be reviewed and approved by the Town. SECTION 4. DEFAULT, TERMINATION AND FAILURE BY THE HAS TO MEET VARIO US DEADLINES AND COMMITMENTS. A. Violations of Town Code, State or Federal Law An event of default shall occur under this Agreement if prior to completion of the HAS Phase One Improvements any written citation is issued to HAS due to the occurrence of a violation of a material provision of the Town Code with respect to the construction described herein (including, without limitation, any violation of the Town's Building or Fire Codes, and any other Town Code violations related to the environmental condition of the improvements, or to matters concerning the public health, safety or welfare) and such citation is not paid or the recipient of such citation does not properly follow the legal procedures for protest and/or contest of any such citation. An event of default shall fmiher occur under this Agreement if HAS is in violation of any material state or federal law, rule or regulation on account of the HAS Phase One Improvements, or any operations thereon (including, without limitation, any violations related to the environmental condition of improvements; the environmental condition on other land or waters which is attributable to operations of the road construction; or to other matters concerning the public health, safety or welfare related to the improvements). Upon the occurrence of such default, the Town shall notify HAS in writing and HAS shall have (i) thirty (30) calendar days to cure such default or (ii) if HAS has diligently pursued cure of the default but such default is not reasonably curable within thirty (30) calendar days, then such amount of time that the Town reasonably agrees is necessary to cure such default. If the default has not been fully cured by such time, the Town shall have the right to terminate this Agreement immediately by providing written notice to HAS and shall have all other rights and remedies that may be available to under the law or in equity. C. General Breach Unless stated elsewhere in this Agreement, HAS shall be in default under this Agreement if HAS materially breaches any term or condition of this Agreement. In the event that such breach remains uncured after thirty (30) calendar days following receipt of written notice from the Town referencing this Agreement (or, if HAS has diligently and continuously attempted to cure following receipt of such written notice but reasonably requires more than thirty (30) calendar days to cure, then such additional amount of time as is reasonably necessary to effect cure, as determined by the Town and HAS mutually and in good faith), the Town shall have the right to terminate this Agreement immediately by providing written notice to HAS. Resolution 17-28 Page 4of11 SECTION 5. NO INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR OR AGENCY RELATIONSHIP It is expressly understood and agreed that HAS shall not operate as a servant, contractor agent, representative or employee of the Town. HAS shall have the exclusive right to control all details and day-to-day operations relative to its operations and obligations that it is required to perform under the Agreement and shall be solely responsible for the acts and omissions of its officers, agents, servants, employees, contractors, subcontractors, licensees and invitees. HAS acknowledges that the doctrine of respondeat superior will not apply as between the Town and HAS, or Town's officers, agents, servants, employees, contractors, subcontractors, licensees, and invitees. HAS further agrees that nothing in this Agreement will be construed as the creation of a partnership or joint enterprise between the Town and HAS. SECTION 6. INDEMNIFICATION HAS, AT NO COST OR LIABILITY TO THE TOWN, AGREES TO DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD THE TOWN, ITS OFFICERS, ELECTED AND APPOINTED OFFICIALS, AGENTS, ATTORNEYS, SERVANTS AND EMPLOYEES (TOGETHER WITH THE TOWN, EACH A "TOWN INDEMNIFIED PERSON'') HARMLESS AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, LAWSUITS, ACTIONS, COSTS AND EXPENSES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THOSE FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE OR LOSS (INCLUDING ALLEGED DAMAGE OR LOSS TO HAS'S BUSINESS AND ANY RESULTING LOST PROFITS OF HAS) AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH, THAT RELATE TO, ARISE OUT OF OR ARE OCCASIONED BY ANY ACT OR OMISSION OR INTENTIONAL MISCONDUCT OF HAS, ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, ASSOCIATES, EMPLOYEES, CONTRACTORS OR SUBCONTRACTORS (OTHER THAN ANY TOWN INDEMNIFIED PERSON) ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT.HAS' OBLIGATIONS IN THIS SECTION 6 SHALL NOT APPLY TO ANY CLAIM, LOSS, DAMAGE, CAUSE OF ACTION, SUIT OR LIABILITY THAT ARISES MORE THAN TWO YEARS AFTER THE COMPLETION, AND ACCPETANCE BY THE TOWN, OF CONSTRUCTION OF THE HAS PHASE ONE IMPROVEMENTS. SECTION 7. INDEMNITY AGAINST DESIGN DEFECTS APPROVAL OF THE TOWN ENGINEER OR OTHER TOWN EMPLOYEE, OFFICIAL, CONSULTANT, EMPLOYEE, OR OFFICER OF ANY PLANS, DESIGNS OR SPECIFICATIONS SUBMITTED BY HAS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT CONSTITUTE OR BE DEEMED TO BE A RELEASE OF THE RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY OF HAS, ITS ENGINEER, CONTRACTORS, EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, OR AGENTS FOR THE ACCURACY AND COMPETENCY OF THEIR DESIGN AND Resolution 17-28 Page 5 of I I SPECIFICATIONS. SUCH APPROVAL SHALL NOT BE DEEMED TO BE AN ASSUMPTION OF SUCH RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY BY THE TOWN FOR ANY DEFECT IN THE DESIGN AND SPECIFICATIONS PREPARED BY THE CONSULTING ENGINEER, ITS OFFICERS, A GENTS, SERVANTS, OR EMPLOYEES, IT BEING THE INTENT OF THE PARTIES THAT APPROVAL BY THE TOWN ENGINEER OR OTHER TOWN EMPLOYEE, OFFICIAL, CONSULTANT, OR OFFICER SIGNIFIES THE TOWN APPROVAL OF ONLY THE GENERAL DESIGN CONCEPT OF THE IMPROVEMENTS TO BE CONSTRUCTED. IN THIS CONNECTION, HAS SHALL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS EACH TOWN INDEMNIFIED PERSON, FOR A PERIOD OF TWO YEARS AFTER COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION OF THE HAS PHASE ONE IMPROVEMENTS, FROM ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, LIABILITY OR EXPENSE ON ACCOUNT OF DAMAGE TO PROPERTY AND INJURIES, INCLUDING DEATH, TO ANY AND ALL PERSONS WHICH MAY ARISE OUT OF ANY DEFECT, DEFICIENCY OR NEGLIGENCE OF THE ENGINEER DESIGNS AND SPECIFICATIONS TO THE EXTENT PREPARED OR CAUSED TO BE PREPARED BY HAS AND INCORPORATED INTO THE HAS PHASE ONE IMPROVEMENTS, AND HAS SHALL DEFEND AT ITS OWN EXPENSE ANY SUITS OR OTHER PROCEEDINGS BROUGHT AGAINST ANY TOWN INDEMNIFIED PERSON, ON ACCOUNT THEREOF, TO PAY ALL EXPENSES AND SATISFY ALL JUDGMENTS WHICH MAY BE INCURRED BY OR RENDERED AGAINST THEM, COLLECTIVELY OR INDIVIDUALLY, PERSONALLY OR IN THEIR OFFICIAL CAPACITY, IN CONNECTION HEREWITH; PROVIDED THAT HAS SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO SELECT COUNSEL OF ITS OWN CHOOSING AND SHALL HAVE ALL REQUISITE AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO ANY SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AT ANY TIME IN CONNECTION WITH ANY SUCH CLAIMS OR LIABILITIES FOR WHICH HAS OWES INDEMNITY UNDER THIS SECTION 7. NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, NOTHING IN THIS SECTION 7 SHALL REQUIRE HAS TO INDEMNIFY OR DEFEND FOR ANY CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF THE GROSS NEGLIGENCE OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT OF THE TOWN ENGINEER OR ANY TOWN INDEMNIFIED PERSON. SECTION 8. NOTICES All written notices called for or required by this Agreement shall be addressed to the following, or such other party or address as either party designates in writing, by certified mail, postage prepaid, or by hand delivery: Ifto HAS: Hillwood Alliance Services, LLC 9800 Hillwood Parkway, Suite 300 Fort Worth, TX 76177 Attention: Russell Laughlin Resolution 17-28 Page 6of11 With a copy to (which shall not constitute notice): If to WRA: Westlake Retail Associates, Ltd. c/o Hillwood Alliance Services, LLC 9800 Hillwood Parkway, Suite 300 Fort Worth, TX 76177 Attention: Russell Laughlin Ifto HW2421: HW 2421 Land, LP Ifto Town: 9800 Hillwood Parkway, Suite 300 Fort Worth, TX 76177 Attention: Russell Laughlin Town of Westlake Attn: Town Manager 1301 Solana Boulevard Building 4, Suite 4202 Westlake, Texas 76262 With a copy to (which shall not constitute notice) Boyle & Lowry, L.L.P. Attn: L. Stanton Lowry 4201 Wingren Dr., Suite 108 Irving, Texas 75062 SECTION 9. ASSIGNMENT AND SUCCESSORS HAS may not assign, transfer or otherwise convey any of its rights or obligations under this Agreement to any other person or entity without the prior consent of the Town Council. Any lawful assignee or successor in interest of HAS of all rights and obligations under this Agreement shall be deemed 'HAS' for all purposes under this Agreement. SECTION 10. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS, ORDINANCES, RULES AND REGULATIONS SECTION 11. This Agreement will be subject to all applicable Federal, State and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations, including, but not limited to, all provisions of the Town's codes and ordinances, as amended. GOVERNMENTAL POWERS It is understood that by execution of this Agreement, the Town does not waive or Resolution 17-28 Page 7of11 surrender any of it governmental powers or immunities that are outside of the terms, obligations, and conditions of this Agreement. SECTION 12. NO WAIVER The failure of either party to insist upon the performance of any term or provision of this Agreement or to exercise any right granted hereunder shall not constitute a waiver of that party's right to insist upon appropriate performance or to assert any such right on any future occasion. SECTION 13. VENUE AND JURISDICTION SECTION 14. SECTION 15. If any action, whether real or asserted, at law or in equity, arises on the basis of any provision of this Agreement, venue for such action shall lie in state courts located in Tarrant County or Denton County, Texas or the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas -Fort Worth Division. This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas. NO THIRD PARTY RIGHTS The provisions and conditions of this Agreement are solely for the benefit of the Town, HAS and WRA, and any lawful assign or successor of HAS, and are not intended to create any rights, contractual or otherwise, to any other person or entity. FORCE MAJEURE It is expressly understood and agreed by the Parties to this Agreement that ifthe performance of any obligation hereunder is delayed by reason of war, civil commotion, acts of God, inclement weather that prohibits compliance with any portion of this Agreement, or other circumstances which are reasonably beyond the control of the party obligated or permitted under the terms of this Agreement to do or perform the same, regardless of whether any such circumstance is similar to any of those enumerated or not, the party so obligated or permitted shall be excused from doing or performing the same during such period of delay, so that the time period applicable to such requirement shall be extended for a period of time equal to the period such party was delayed. SECTION 16. INTERPRET A TI ON In the event of any dispute over the meaning or application of any provision of this Agreement, this Agreement shall be interpreted fairly and reasonably, and neither more strongly for or against any party, regardless of the actual drafter of this Agreement. Resolution 17-28 Page 8of11 SECTION 17. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE. It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Parties that sections, paragraphs, clauses and phrases of this Agreement are severable, and if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section of this Agreement shall be declared unconstitutional or illegal by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such unconstitutionality or illegality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs or sections of this Agreement. SECTION 18. CAPTIONS Captions and headings used in this Agreement are for reference purposes only and shall not be deemed a part of this Agreement. SECTION 19. ENTIRETY OF AGREEMENT This Agreement, including any attachments attached hereto, contains the entire understanding and Agreement between the Town, WRA and HAS, and any lawful assign and successor of HAS, as to the matters contained herein. Any prior or contemporaneous oral or written agreement is hereby declared null and void to the extent in conflict with any provision of this Agreement. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, this Agreement shall not be amended unless executed in writing by all parties and approved by the Town Council of the Town in an open meeting held in accordance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. SECTION 20. COUNTERPARTS This Agreement may be executed in multiple counterparts, each of which shall be considered an original, but all of which shall constitute one instrument. Resolution 17-28 Page 9of11 E x hibit A -Master Road w ay Construction A greement EXHIBIT "A" DESCRIPTION OF 4.388 ACRES OF LAND RIGHT-OF-WAY DEDICATION SCHWAB WAY BEING a tract ofland situated in the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract Number 1154 , Town of Westlake, Denton County, Texas and being a portion of that tract ofland described by deed to Westlake Retail Associates, LTD . recorded in Instrument Number 98 -ROI 18649, Real Property Records, Denton County, Texas and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" set at the northeast comer of said Westlake Retail tract, being the northwest comer of that tract of land described by deed to HW 2421 Land , L.P., recorded in Instrument Number 2009 -55583 , said Real Property Records , and being in the south right-of-way line of State Highway 114 (a variable width right- of-way); THENCE S 17 °25' 17"W, 431.19 feet , departing said south right-of-way line, with the east line of said Westlake Retail tract, and the west line of said HW 2421 tract , to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" found at the northeast comer of that tract ofland (tract I) described by deed to CS Kinross Lake Parkway, LLC, recorded in Instrument Number 2016- 64107 , said Real Property Records at the beginning of a curve to the right; THENCE departing the west line of said HW 2421 tract, with the south line of said Westlake Retai l tract, and the north line of said CS Kinross tract, and with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 303.92 feet, through a central angle of 33 °59'06'', having a radius of 5 12.38 feet, the long chord which bears S 73 °00'16"W, 299.48 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" found ; THENCE S 89 °59'49"W, 1513 .64 feet , continuing with said conunon line, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped ''Peloton" found , at the beginning of a curve to the left; THENCE continuing with said common line and with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 30.52 feet , through a central angle of 01 °26'22", having a radius of 1215 .00 feet , the long chord which bears S 89 °16 '38"W, 30.52 feet , to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" set; THENCE N 00 °58'15"W, W0.00 feet , departing said common line, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" set at the beginning of a non -tangent curve to the ii ght; THENCE with said non-tangent curve to the right , an arc distance of 32.21 feet, through a central angle of 0 1°24' 13'', having a radius of 1315 .00 feet , the long chord which bears N 89°l 7'43"E , 32.21 feet, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton'' set; Pe loton Job No . HW A 16 01 3 Tracking No . ACF #7000 Westlake June14,2017 G:V OB \H WA16 0 13 _CTR_ W ESTLAKE_INFRA\SUR\LEGAL\HWA16013 _DE1.DOCX Page 1 o f 3 E x hibit A -Master Roadway Construction A g reement THENCE N 89°59'49"E, 1513.64 feet, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" set, at the beginning of a curve to the left; THENCE with said curve to the left, at an arc distance of 83.30 feet a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton", found at the south corner of that tract ofland (tract 2) described by deed to CS Kinross Lake Parkway, LLC recorded in Instrument Number 2016-64107 said Real Property Records, in all 306.83 feet, through a central angle of 42 °37'54", having a radius of 412.38 feet , the long chord which bears N 68°40'52"E, 299.80 feet, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" found in the west line of said CS Kinross tract (tract 2), at the beginning of a compound curve to the l eft; THENCE with the west line of said tract 2, and with said compound curve to the left, an arc distance of 199.27 feet, through a central angle of 28°28'29", having a radius of 400.97 feet, the long chord which bears N 29°1O'36"E, 197 .23 feet, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" found; THENCE N 13 °26'29"E, 91.19 feet, continuing with the west line of said tract 2, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" found; THENCE N l 7°10'09"E, 32.91 feet, with said west line, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" found; THENCE S 75 °22'51 "E, 9.46 feet to the Point of Beginning and containing 191, 131 square feet or 4.388 acres ofland more or less . "Integral parts of this document" I. Descripti on -2 Pgs . 2. Exhibit -1 Pg. Peloton Job No. HWA16013 Westlake G:1JOB\HWAI60 13_ CTR_ WESTLAKE_INFRA\SUR\LEGAL\HWA16013 _DE1 .DOCX Tracking No. ACF#7000 June 14, 20 17 Page 2 of3 Exhibit B -Master Roadway Construction Agreement EXHIBIT "A" DESCRIPTION OF 0.918 ACRES OF LAND RIGHT-OF-WAY DEDICATION SCHWAB WAY BEING a tract ofland situated in the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract Number 1154, Town of Westlake, Denton County, Texas and being a portion of that tract of land desc1ibed by deed to HW 2421 Land (Parcel 1) recorded in Instrument Number 2009-55583 , Real Property Records, Denton County, Texas and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" set, at the northwest comer of said HW 2421 Land, L.P ., tract, and being the northeast comer of that tract of lan d described by deed to Westlake Retail Associates, LTD ., recorded in Instrument Number 98- ROl 186 49, said Real Property Records, and being in the south right-of-way line of State Highway 114 (a variable width right-of-way); THENCE S 75 °23 '38"E , 137.82 feet , with said south right-of-way line, and the north line of said HW 2421 tract, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" set, from which a 5/8 inch iron rod found, in the south right-of-way line of said State Highway 114 , bears s 75°38'3 5"E, 39.90 feet; THENCE S l 7°10'09"W, 40.80 feet, depaiting said common line, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" set; THENCE S 28 °49'12"W, 182.42 feet , to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" set, at the beginning of a curve to the right; THENCE with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 243.1 7 feet , through a central angle of 27 °11 '31'', having a radius of5 12.38 feet, the long chord which bears S 42°24'58"W, 240.89 feet, to a 5/8 inch iron rod with plastic cap stamped "Peloton" found, at the northeast comer of that tract ofland (tract 1) described by deed to CS Kinross Lake Parkway LLC , recorded in Instrument Number 2016-64107, said Real Property Records, and being in the west line of the aforementioned HW 2421 tract; THEN CE N 17 °25' l 7"E, 431 .19 feet with said west line , to the Point of Beginning and containing 40,004 square feet or 0.918 acres ofland more or less. "Integral parts of thi s document" I . Description -1 P g. 2. Exhibit - 1 P g. Peloton Job No . HWA1 6013 westlake G:\J OB \H WA16013 _CTR_ W ESTLAKE_INFRA\SUR\LEGAL\H WA16013 _DE 2 .DOCX Tracki ng No . ACF# 700 l June 14 . 20 17 Page l of2 Ex hibit D -Master Roadway Construction Agreement Ex hibit D -Description of Schwab Property PROPERTY DESCRIPTION WHEREAS CS Kinross Lake Parkway LLC is the owner of a tract of land situated in the Jesse Sutton Survey , Abstract No . 1154 and the Richa rd Eads Survey , Abstract No. 393 , Town of We stlake, Den ton County , Texas and being all of two tracts of land described as Tract 1 and Tract 3 in Special Warranty Deed to CS Kinross Lake Parkway LLC, recorded in Document No . 2016-64107 , Official Records of Denton County , Texas and be ing more particularly descri bed as follo ws: BEGINNING at a 5/8" iron rod wi th plastic cap stamped "PELOTON " foun d in t he south rig ht -of-way line of Proposed Road way (a 100-foot wide right-of-way) at the northeast corner of said Tract 1; THENCE wi th the east li ne of said T ra ct 1, the following courses and distances t o wit: South 17°25'21" West, a distance of 45.97 feet to a 518" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "P ELOT ON " found at the beginning of a tangent curve to t he left having a centra l angle of 17°32 '30". a radius of 2560.00 feet. a chord bearing and distance of South 8'39'06" West , 780.71 feet; In a southwesterly direction , w ith said curve to the left, an arc distance of 783. 77 feet to a point for corner ; South 0 '07'09" East. a distance of 245 .16 feet to a point in a la ke at the southeast corner of said Tract 1; THENCE wi th the south l ine of said Tract 1, the fo ll owing courses and distances to w it South 89 '27'07" West , a distance of 127 .87 feet to a point in a lake at the beginning of a non-tangen t curve t o the right having a central angle of 79 '36'02", a radius of 211 .21 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 89°27'07" West, 270.40 fe et ; In a southwesterly direction , with said curve to the right , an arc distance of 293.43 feet to a point in a lake for corner; South 89'27'07" West , a distance of 78. 72 feet to a point in a lake for corner: South 0 '32'53" East , a distance of 25.20 fee t to a point in a lake for corner: South 89 '27'07" West. a distance of 194 .11 feet to a 518" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "PE LOTON " found at the southeast corner of sa id Tract 3; THENCE wi th the south line of said Tract 3 , the following courses and distances to w it South 64 '51 '10" West, a distance of 213.57 feet to a 518" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "K HA" set for corner; South 80 °32 '48" West. a distan ce of 304.04 feet to a 518" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set at the southwest corner of said Tract 3 and at the beginning of a non-tangent curve to the right hav ing a centra l ang le of 23 '40'31", a rad ius of 408.29 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 55'08'46" West. 167 .51 feet ; THENCE wi th the south l ine of said Tract 1, the fo ll owing courses and distances to w it: In a southwesterly direction , with said curve to the ri ght, an arc distance of 168.71 feet to a 518" iron rod wi th plastic cap stamped "K HA" set for corner; South 50'57'18" West , a distance of 12.08 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set for comer; South 89°27'07" West, a distance of 32.96 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "P ELOTON" found at the beginning of a tangen t curve to the left havi ng a central angle of 90 °00'00", a radius of 30.00 fee t , a chord bearing and distance of South 44 °27'07" West. 42.43 feet; In a sou thwe ste rly direction , with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 4 7 .12 fe et to a 5/8" iron rod wi th plastic cap stamped "PELOTON" found for corner: South 0°32'53" East , a dista nce of 45 .96 feet to a 518" iron rod wi th plastic cap stamped "PELOTON " fou nd for comer; North 89'54'09" West, a distance of 898.42 feet to a 5/8" iron rod w ith plastic cap stamped "P ELOTON " found at the begi nn ing of a tangent curve to the left having a central ang le of 3 "55 '08 ", a radius of 1882 .50 fee t , a chord bearing and distance of South 88 '08'17" West , 128. 73 feet; In a southwesterly direction , wi th said curve to t he left , an arc distan ce of 128 .76 feet to a "PK" nail found for comer in the northea st li ne of a tract of la nd described in deed to Margaret B. Lee , recorded in Instru ment No. D208308067 , Officia l Pub lic Records o f Tarrant County , Texas; THENCE with said northeast line, the following courses and distances to wit: North 41 °18'25" West , a distance of 147 .59 feet to a "PK" na il fou nd for corner; North 56°49'26" West . a distance of 522.90 feet to a "PK" nail found at the southwest corner of the westerly terminus of said Proposed Road way and at the westernmost corner of said Tra ct 1; THENCE departing said northeast line and wi th the south line of said Proposed Road w ay, the follow ing courses and d istances to wit: North 33°1 0'34" East, a d istance of 455 .1 5 feet to a 518" iron rod w ith plastic cap stamped "PELOTON" found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the right having a central a ng le of 56 '49'15", a radius of 1215.00 feet, a chord bearing and distance of North 61 °35'12" East. 1156.16 feet: In a northeasterly d irection , wi th said curve to the right , an arc distance of 1204 .93 feet to a 518" iron rod wi th plastic cap stamped "PELOTON" found for corner: North 89'59 '49" East, a d istance of 1513.65 feet to a 5/8" iron rod wi th plastic cap stamped "PELOTON " found at the beginn ing of a tangent curve to the left having a central ang le of 33'59'05", a rad ius of 512.38 feet, a chord bearing and d istance of North 73°00'17" East, 299.48 feet: In a northeasterly direction with said curve to the left. an arc d is tance of 303.92 f eet to the POINT OF BEGINNING and containing 71 .1394 acres or 3 ,098 ,833 square feet of land. Westlake Comprehensive plan Update182the thoroughfare PlanThe Thoroughfare Plan is intended to address traffic potentially generated by future development in accordance with existing zoning and Planned Development Ordinances, should such levels of development actually occur. Analysis performed for the Comprehensive Plan Update shows that the entitlement currently granted to properties in THOROUGHFARE PLANTown of Westlake - Proposed Thoroughfare Plan[Deloitte WayW Dove RdRoanoke RdAlliaGateway FreePrecinct Line DrW Dove RdCapital PwyN Pearson LnOttinger RdOttinger RdOttinger RdN Main StDavis BlvdLEGEND Existing Roads Water Features Study Area BoundaryLINK TYPE Existing Proposed Regional Arterial Town Arterial Pastoral Collector Special Consideration114 Connection #4114 Connection #3114 Connection #2114 Connection #1Dove/170 ContinuityPearson South ConnectionOttinger South Connection170 ConnectionOttinger/170 Continuity170/114 ContinuityPearson/114 Connection00.20.40.1MilesNote: Future road alignment betweenconnection points is to bedetermined by development sitedesign as site plans are submittedfor coordination of connection andcontinuity.Design and coordination are required1CCapital Pwypital PwyCapital PwyDaviDavis Blcinct Line Drrecinct Line DrtitionorDDrdlvdPPrW Dove RdW Dove RdOOtOtOtireciPrdAAAAAlllliiaattinger RdOttinger RRdRdegerOttOtt/114 Cont/0/114 Cont777000/114 Cont00/114717777r Rdr RdrdRdWayWayd Rder RdertingettingengettdOOOOtinuitytinuityuyttdr Rdr Rdh ConionCtih ConnnneeeccttionPearson LnN Pearson LnPeaPeanuitynuityuPearPPPearCW Dove DdW Dove RdWDveRdnConnetiConnectionC0C7077onnectio0070Roanokdoke Rdokooke oke R45231ddd114114170377377114DISCLAIMER: Future road alignment between connection points is intended to serve the projected use of Westlake entitlements and is to be determined by development site design as site plans are submitted for coordination of connection and continuity. Therefore, final road alignments may differ from the Plan. Should road and intersection service thresholds defined by this Plan not be attained, the whole system as shown may not be built. See Policy Section B in the Implementation Document for roadway thresholds, trigger points, and other implementation language. Westlake is approximately 25 million square feet of non-residential use equating to more than 460,000 new daily trip productions and attractions. However, recent development constructed within the Town has not made full use of entitlement allowances for a particular property. Therefore, the Thoroughfare Plan is based upon the assumption that approximately 70 percent of entitled development will ultimately be built. System connectivity must be established and linkages must be extended to minimize delay caused by intersections that function at levels near congestion (Level of Service “D”) and/or when street capacity is reached. The Thoroughfare Plan identifies key connections and linkages which collectively comprise a system of movement that:• Distributes the traffic in such a way as to avoid future congestion, minimize choke points, and discourage non-residential traffic encroachment on resi-dential streets;• Facilitate crosstown trip making that doesn’t rely on Highway 114 or High-way 170• Provides a framework for orderly development.The Thoroughfare Plan is composed of key connections (the arrowheads as shown on the Plan) and linkages (the dashed lines shown on the Plan). Collectively, con-nections assure that the thoroughfare system serves destinations within the Town as well as points of ingress/egress to the Town. Linkages assure that there is system continuity from east to west and north to south. Not only does a sound system of well-connected street networks result in more direct routes and shorter travel times, it provides more travel options to discourage non-local travel on sensitive existing roadways, like the easternmost portion of Dove Road, beginning at the GlenWyck neighborhood. By providing more connections and linkages, this sec-tion of Dove Road may remain a low-traffic pastoral street. Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 205 Part three: the Plan elements section Four: town Design structure Plan INTRODUCTION Like many communities caught in the outward expansion of a growing Metroplex, Westlake is experiencing a “regionalization” of its heretofore unique townscape. The tendency of ubiquitous development patterns/ forms (public and private) to erode local and often unique qualities of place has motivated those communities desiring preservation of their visual character to formulate a clear Town Design Structure. The Town Design Structure is a framework intended to promote expressions of these patterns/ forms, which are more responsive to the local characteristics and collectively create a unified identity. However, it is often the case that a Town Design Structure (typically in the form of urban design themes and features) ends up promoting a similarly ubiquitous townscape because it is derived from design conventions repeatedly used and reused in communities throughout Texas and the Nation. Such urban design initiatives are descriptive in the sense that they replicate attractive urban design approaches seen and used elsewhere. Westlake Comprehensive plan Update206 A properly crafted Town Design Structure Plan for Westlake must be prescriptive instead of descriptive. The term “prescriptive” implies that the design initiatives are intended to resolve a particular visual condition and are derived from a more real assessment of the themes/ qualities that characterize the identity of a place. Therefore, it is important to have a methodologically sound means by which such attributes will be identified and affirmed. Prescriptive also means that the purpose of the urban design initiatives are not only aesthetic, they are also intended to give visual presence to an expression of a community form that will create cognitively strong features/ themes upon which one’s mental map of, and recognition of, place is anchored. They must also create a legibility to the fabric of the town so that a sense of “wholeness” can be comprehended. This creates a clear sense of hierarchy so that one’s orientation and identity within the town fabric is always reinforced. It is historically true that private development (buildings) from place to place will exist in recognizable patterns and have stylistic/ construction qualities that are similar. As a result, buildings seldom distinguish a town unless they represent a unique surviving collection reminiscent of a historic era or comprise the singular work of a noted architect. It is also historically true that the public realm (squares, public spaces, streets, parks, etc.) often vary, which effectively establishes the qualities of place that are remembered/ and recognized. For example, Dallas is more distinguished by Turtle Creek and the improved IH 45 (and other such assets) than its buildings. Therefore, Westlake initiatives to establish, clarify and articulate a distinct quality of place through a Town Design Structure Plan that addresses streets, portals, nodal points, focal points, edges, and districts is the best means of achieving the Town’s goals that address identity. The following Town Design Structure Plan identifies the key design settings, key design initiatives, and more specific design actions (explaining how the initiatives should be manifest) to be taken in the various design settings discussed above. THE TOWN DESIGN STRUCTURE The Town Design Structure a is framework of design settings and component parts to which various design initiatives will be applied. It is intended to establish the visual relationship of nine Design Settings and tie them together in a unified whole. Design Settings are particular visual components of the hierarchical cognitive structure (Design Structure) that, in its totality, communicates the identity of, and orientation within, the Town of Westlake. More specifically, the Design Settings are: 1. Streets: Streets are the primary experiential venue from which residents and visitors gather identifying images and impressions. Also, streets are essential to understanding location and progress toward a destination. The Thoroughfare Plan establishes three Street Types for Westlake. These Street Types are: a. Neighborhood Streets: Streets that serve residential lots. b. Pastoral Collectors: Streets gathering residential traffic as it moves to and from residential neighborhoods. c. Town Arterials: Streets that serve the Town Community, View Shed Community, and Town Core as defined in the Land Use Plan. d. Regional Arterials: Streets that serve Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 207 the Regional Community as defied in the Land Use Plan. Each Street Type has its place in a recognizable hierarchy that communicates both the image identified as Westlake and one’s location within Westlake. This is accomplished with landscaping, street lighting, street signage, information systems, and street section design that typifies the Street Type. A progressive intensification of identifying elements (along certain streets) communicates movement from edge to center. 2. Intersections: A key aspect of streets is the character of important intersections. Important intersections include: a. Intersection of a Town Arterial with a Pastoral Collector: These happen at places where Dove Road and the southern portions of Roanoke Road intersect with new east/ west arterials (as shown on the Thoroughfare Plan). b. Intersection of a Town Arterial with another Town Arterial: These happen in places where the two main east to west arterials of the Town System are tied together by north/ south connectors. c. Intersection of a Town Arterial with a Regional Arterial: These happen where the east/west Town Arterials intersect with a primary commercial street of the Regional Community that connects with SH 114. 3. Trails and Sidewalks: Like streets, trails are also an experiential venue with significant power to communicate Town identity and orientation. This is accomplished with landscaping, signage, pedestrian furniture/ fixtures, trail heads, signage, and street crossings. Key Trail Types include: a. On-Street Bike Trails: These are dedicated bike lanes that share street space with vehicular traffic. b. Street Parkway Trails: The Town Arterials and the Regional Arterials will have a flanking trail on at least one side. The trials flanking Town Arterials will be the Town Trail and the trails flanking the Regional System will be Regional Trails, making contact to the trail systems extending beyond Westlake. c. Trails Engaging Neighborhoods: The Public Workshops stressed the importance for public trails to go “around” neighborhoods and not “through” neighborhoods, yet neighborhoods will likely have internal trail/ sidewalk systems that need to make connection with the Town System. Therefore, where a public trail connects with a Neighborhood Trail, certain measures are needed to prevent invasion of the neighborhood boundary by full public use. d. Trails through Open Spaces: The central open space network is host to most of the Town Trail System. Therefore, the treatment of trails within this open space is important. 4. Edges: Edges are experience start points; the recognition of which signals when the identifying visual impressions will commence. Edges require points of connection. It would be difficult to have a Town Design Structure without edges as a foundational element upon which to build the structure. Like places of arrival, edges are places of beginning. Edge conditions include: a. Regional Edges (SH 114): The interface of Westlake with a major regional corridor (SH 114) needs to communicate a comprehensible Westlake Comprehensive plan Update208 identity to the regional population. Therefore, treatment of this edge is critical to giving Westlake a recognizable identity along the SH 114 corridor. Failure to establish this identity pulls Westlake into the ubiquitous corridor identity of SH 114, which passes through cities like Grapevine and Southlake without making distinction of one community from another. b. Neighborhood Edges: Neighborhood Edges are critical for neighborhood integrity. However, the articulation of those edges can subdivide the ground plane with opaque walls and other hard division, which begin to suburbanize the rural landscape. c. Commercial Edges: Commercial edges are important as they often abut residential or open space areas. Walls and security fences can communicate separation of town elements rather than organic cohesion. Also, parking aprons moved to the edge can amplify separation rather than connection. Therefore, initiatives are needed to overcome these potentials. d. Open Space Edges: Open spaces are meant to be remnants of the historic rural landscape and to serve as seams that bind commercial and residential uses together. Therefore, porous edges are more preferred than barrier edges. 5. Arrival and Focal Points: Points of arrival, points of focus/ interchange, or points of significance must be recognizable in order to give meaning to the Town Design Structure. The Town Design Structure imparts information meant to support recognition, and without such demarcation to recognize, the cognitive structure fails its purpose. Key arrival and focal point conditions include: a. Town Common: The main place of arrival should be the Town Common. This is the hub of the community and the destination of the Town Road System. Therefore, arrival, and sequence of movement to the Town Common should be monumented. b. Southern Entry Points: There are numerous roads entering Westlake from the south (from Southlake and Keller). Development along these roads is not responsive to municipal boundaries and gives no visual indication as to where one city ends and another begins. Therefore, some form of monumentation is needed to identify such boundaries. c. SH 114 Entry Points: Major entries into the Town occur along SH 114. Therefore, the experience of Town is enhanced by portals that visually celebrate such entry. 6. Active Public Spaces: An important point of arrival/ focus will be active public space, such as public plazas, recreational parks, and city cultural assets. Therefore, such active open spaces should have identifying elements that visually connect them to the Town Design Structure. These identifying elements include monumentation, paving, pathway connections, pedestrian furniture/ fixtures, information systems, lighting, and signage. Key Active Public Space conditions include: a. Major Gathering Spaces: As Westlake moves from its currently small population to population levels seven times larger (projected 2036 population), it will need spaces in which the Town population can conduct certain public gathering activities. One such space will likley be located within the Town. Others could be located at the Town Hall, Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 209 major retail venues, aggregated office locations, and in proximity to the educational venues. Treatment of these spaces should conform to some uniform standards of design that makes their function and use easily identifiable. b. Minor Gathering Spaces: In addition to major gathering spaces, future populations will likely call for smaller spaces where small gatherings (more familial or neighborhood related) can be conducted. These could be small spaces along trails, such as amphitheaters or lateral expansions of the sidewalk in commercial or municipal areas. Like Major Gathering Spaces, treatment of these spaces should conform to some uniform standard of service and offerings that makes their function and use easily identifiable. c. Recreational Parks: The Parks and Open Space Plan identifies the need for Recreational Parks in Westlake. Standards of user accommodation that will distinguish Westlake should be imposed upon each Park Type. 7. Passive Public Spaces: According to the Land Use Plan, Passive Open Space will be a significant visual experience acquired from streets, trails, and Vista Points throughout the Town. These passive open spaces are the essence of Westlake’s identifying character. Therefore, it is important to maintain them in a condition reflective of that identity. This essential character is rural, which is manifest in fencing type (edge definition), pathway alignment, pasture land to wooded land balance, and landscape materials. Key Passive Open Space conditions include: a. Conservation Open Spaces: The Public Workshops expressed a desire to preserve/ conserve the natural, picturesque, pastoral landscape. Such preservation may require selective restoration and conservation, especially of remaining natural systems. Therefore, how these areas will be recognized within the Town Design Structure requires understanding. b. Landmark Landforms: The View Analysis in Part Two of this Comprehensive Plan identifies certain view terminals as important natural features that define many of the characteristic views enjoyed by residents. Therefore, how these features will be recognized within the Town Design Structure requires understanding. c. Rural Heritage Areas: Certain open space areas may continue to be managed as agricultural activities. In such instances public observation and participation would be an asset to quality of life. Therefore, the Town Design Structure Plan should address these potential areas. 8. Public Facilities: As Westlake grows it will likely need additional public facilities such as police and fire facilities. These are opportunities to further reinforce the identity of Westlake through site placement, signage, paving, landscaping, and pedestrian connection. Key Public Facilities include: a. Police Facilities: The Facilities and Town Hall Plan to follow identifies that Westlake at build-out will require additional police facilities. How these facilities are recognized within the fabric of the Town, defines their potential contribution to its cognitive structure. b. Fire Facilities: The Facilities and Town Hall Plan to follow identifies that Westlake at build-out will require Westlake Comprehensive plan Update210 additional fire facilities. How these facilities are recognized within the fabric of the Town, defines their potential contribution to its cognitive structure. c. Municipal Facilities: As Westlake grows, it will require more space for its Town Hall functions and municipal employees. This may further require the establishment of a new Town Hall facility. In such an event, the new facility should have more public space than the present facility and be more engaged with fabric of the Town, making it a significant landmark for the future. 9. Site Open Space: As Westlake grows, the abundant openness of the landscape will begin to infill with development. Therefore, it is important to establish minimum open space allotment areas within any site. While recommended restrictions to building coverage (as specified in the Land Use Plan) accomplish most of this goal, further clarification is justified in the Town Design Structure Plan. Key Site Open Space settings include: a. Parking Lots: Westlake has done a good job in promoting structured parking over surface parking. However, that may not be as feasible where conventional retail development is concerned. Therefore, open space standards relative to surface parking are justified. b. Site Landscaping: Site Landscaping is the amount of a site area that is set aside for landscape development or natural system preservation. c. Buffers: Buffers are recommended in those locations where a commercial use abuts a residential use or open space. The effect is to provide a proper edge to residential locations and/ or visually expand town open space into private development. TOWN DESIGN STRUCTURE AND THEMATIC ELEMENTS Within the Town Design Structure and its framework of component parts (presented above), various design initiatives are needed that will, in their manifestation, create a coherent urban design fabric for the Town, a fabric which distinguishes Westlake from other cities, enhances value, and enriches quality of life. These design initiatives include: • Pavement • Lighting • Signage • Landscaping • Information Systems • Furniture • Traffic Signalization • Bridges • Cross Drainage Structures • Facilities and Special Features • Traffic Calming • Pedestrian Crossings • Marking/ Demarcation • Trail Heads • Portals • Landscape Buffers/ Landscape Setbacks • Fences and Walls • Major Monuments • Minor Monuments • Banners/ Flags • Built Amenities/ Public Art • Safety • Furniture • Street Recognition (by Public Facilities) Each of the following tables lay the above listed design initiatives (shown on the vertical axis) against the earlier described Design Settings (shown on the horizontal axis) and portrays how the applicable Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 211 initiative is manifest in each of these Design Settings (manifestations presented within the intersecting table cell). In its totality, the tables present a Town Design Structure for Westlake that assigns particular design actions and/ or standards to the key design settings that comprise the overall Town Design Structure. More specifically the tables are: Neighborhood St. Pastoral Collector Town Arterial Regional Arterial Section Design 2 ln 2 ln 4 ln‐ divided 4 ln‐ divided Pavement See street sections Lighting See lighting and signal  palette figure Signage Street name signs as per the  development design Street names presented in Town  format with uniform pole  mounted, backlit street name  signs with the Westlake logo. Street names presented in Town  format with uniform pole  mounted, backlit street name  signs with the Westlake logo. Street names presented in Town  format with uniform pole  mounted, backlit street name  signs with the Westlake logo. See signage figure Traffic signage mounted in Town  thematic frame upon city thematic  standard at uniform visual heights Traffic signage mounted in Town  thematic frame upon city thematic  standard (compatible with period  street light standards), at uniform  visual heights Traffic signage mounted in Town  thematic frame upon city thematic  standard at uniform visual heights Traffic signage mounted in  uniform frame that is compatible  with street light standards, at  uniform visual heights Way‐finding signage as per Town  way‐finding sign program with  uniform sign format and standard. Way‐finding signage as per Town  way‐finding sign program with  uniform sign format and standard.  Way‐finding signage as per Town  way‐finding sign program with  uniform sign format and standard. Way‐finding signage as per Town  way‐finding sign program with  uniform sign format and standard. Landscaping Trees: Natural Drifts of trees  including both canopy and  understory planting.  Purpose to  reknit the natural plant fabric. Trees: Natural Drifts of trees  including both canopy and  understory planting.  Purpose to  reknit the natural plant fabric in all  Town Core approaches and open  space areas. Tree placement shifts  toward more composed alignment  and understory dissipates as the  Town Arterials arrive at more  urbanized areas. Trees:  Composed, uniformly  spaced placement of canopy trees. See approved plant list Grasses: low maintenance Native  pasture grasses. ‐Grasses: low maintenance Native  pasture grasses   Grasses: Maintained native  grasses or hybrid grass varieties.   Contiguous grass planting from  project to project must maintain a  consistent grass variety. Ornamental planting: Flowering  native shrubs at horizontal  deflectors.   Ornamental Trees: Flowering  native trees at public entries and  street intersection. Shrubs: plant varieties attaining a  minimum 36 in. height screening  surface parking areas from street  view. Ornamental trees and shrubs: At  project entries and median cuts Landscape design and plant  materials as per approved  development design. 1. STREETS Concrete or Asphalt with custom  design curb unique to the  neighborhood or standard vertical  or roll up curb. Concrete or Asphalt with a  laydown curb (flat curb) that  allows run off to barrow ditches. Concrete with vertical curb and  variable median width (minimum  median width = 14 ft. which can  narrow for left turn storage lanes) Concrete with vertical curb and  uniform median (typical median  width = 14 ft. which narrows for  left turn storage lanes) Individual thematic fixtures and  standards as determined by the  project developer and approved  by the Town of Westlake Rural light standards and fixtures  placed at intersections and no less  than one fixture every 1,000 ft.  (see lighting palette) Period street standard and fixture  with dual fixture masts and banner  arms (see lighting palette). Placed  in the median, spacing as per  manufacturer’s recommendation. Westlake Parkway standard and  fixture continued from the Service  Roads of Highway 114, into the  Regional Road connections of  development fronting Highway  114 within the Regional  Community. Westlake Comprehensive plan Update212 Neighborhood St. Pastoral Collector Town Arterial Regional Arterial Information Systems Information Kiosks: Placed in close  proximity to the portal entries and  in close proximity to the Town  Common. See information figure  Banners: Placed along Town  Arterials connecting to the Town  center.  Furniture Pedestrian benches and trash  receptacles: Placed so that there  are at least 2 benches and trash  receptacles per block in the Town  Core. Pedestrian benches and trash  receptacles: Located within the  projects. See furniture palette Pedestrian lighting: along  sidewalks and Town/ Regional  Trails flowing to the Town  Common.  Pedestrian Bench and transit  canopy: one at each transit stop.  Pedestrian Bench and transit  canopy: one at each transit stop. Traffic Signals See lighting and signal  palette figure Bridges See bridge examples Cross Drainage  Structures As per Town approved  development design by project  developer Stone headwalls Stone headwalls with bridge rails Stone headwalls Fire/ Police: Specialized street  paving, which makes rumble  sound when driven over, at  emergency facility locations. Fire/ Police: Specialized street  paving, which makes rumble  sound when driven over, at  emergency facility locations. Transit Stop: make provision for  public transit stop. One potential  stop per 1200 ft. within ¾ mile of  the Town Common and one  potential stop per 2500 ft.  elsewhere. Transit Stop: make provision for  public transit stop. One potential  stop per 1200 ft. within the  Regional Community. Public Facilities N/A N/A 1. STREETS When required by warrant: Traffic  signal standard, arm, and fixture  to be a period design that matches  the Town street light standard.   When required by warrant: Traffic  signal standard, arm, and fixture  to be a period design that matches  the Town street light standard.   When required by warrant: Traffic  signal standard, arm, and fixture  to be a period design that matches  the Town street light standard.  Traffic signals at the intersection  of a Town Arterial with a Town  Arterial should have banner arms. When required by warrant as per  TxDOT standard. As per Town approved  development design by project  developer To match existing specialty bridges  along Dove Road To match existing specialty bridges  along Dove Road with the addition  of bridge lights To match existing specialty bridges  along Dove Road with the addition  of bridge lights As per Town approved  development design by project  developer N/A Information Kiosks: Placed at  major intersections and pedestrian  crossing points. As per Town approved  development design by project  developer N/A Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 213 Design Element Town Arterial  Intersection with  Pastoral Collector Town Arterial  Intersection with Town  Arterial Town Arterial  Intersection with  Regional Arterial and at  intersections around  Town Centers Traffic Calming Horizontal deflection at entrance  to Pastoral Connector.  Horizontal  deflection islands shall have  ornamental planting. N/A N/A Pedestrian Crossing  Demarcation Decorative paving that defines the  pathway only. Use natural stone  pavers that make a sound when  driven over. Decorative paving of the  pedestrian pathway with  ornamental paver circle in center.   Use a pavestone product which  matches existing use of pavestone  at Dove Road and Precinct Line  Road intersection. Decorative paving of the  pedestrian pathway, circle, and  within the frame defined by the  pedestrian pathway. Use a  pavestone product which matches  existing use of pavestone at Dove  Road and Precinct Line Road  intersection, Lighting N/A Enhanced lighting from fixtures  mounted on Traffic Signal  standards (where they exist) and  another similar standard located  on an opposing corner (or two  opposing corners where traffic  signals do not exist). Enhanced lighting from fixtures  mounted on Traffic Signal  standards (where they exist) and  another similar standard located  on the other three corners (or two  opposing corners where traffic  signals do not exist). Signage Intersection related signage to be  mounted to thematic street sign  standard where possible. Intersection related signage to be  mounted to intersection lighting  standard where possible. Intersection related signage to be  mounted to intersection lighting  standard where possible. Pedestrian Safety Disabled pedestrian ramps and  markings as per ADA standards Disabled pedestrian ramps and  markings as per ADA standards  Disabled pedestrian ramps and  markings as per ADA standards Information Systems N/A See street information system  above See street information system  above 2. Intersections Westlake Comprehensive plan Update214 Design Element On‐Street Bike Trails Street Flanking Trails Trails Engaging  Neighborhoods Trails through Open  Spaces Applicable Standard AASHTO AASHTO AASHTO AASHTO Land demarcation: Painted bike  lane marker with vertical “tubular”  lane dividers. Town and Regional demarcation  cast into Trail Pavement. Pathway destination identifier:  cast into trail pavement. Bike lane symbol: on pavement Educational message or graphic  cast in 5 ft. long sections every ¾  mile.  Edge marking: where grade (off  trail) exceeds 5% Material Same as street pavement Buff Concrete Dark Concrete transitioning to  stone at the neighborhood  interface Buff Concrete Location: Trail intersections and  points of convergence (hub). Location: At interface between  Neighborhood Trail and another  Trail. Location: At interface between a  nature trail and another trail, as  well as points of interpretation. Features: Identification signage,  Kiosks, bike racks, benches,  drinking fountain, decorative  paving at major hubs.   Identification signage, bike racks,  benches, and decorative paving at  other intersections. Features: Identification signage,  surface paving, interface portal. Features: Identification signage,  interpretative signage, benches,  bike racks.   Pools of Light: Uniform light at interface with  commercial destinations: Trail head name: on Trailhead  marker. Trail head name: on Trailhead  marker. Trail head name: on Trailhead  marker. Caution signage: Mounted in  uniform frame on a uniform  standard that matches Town  traffic sign frame and standard Caution signage: Mounted in  uniform frame on a uniform  standard that matches Town  traffic sign frame and standard. Caution signage: Mounted in  uniform frame on a uniform  standard that matches Town  traffic sign frame and standard. Signage N/A Marking Privacy markers: In pavement (as  neighborhood boundary  approaches) and privacy signs at  the interface with neighborhoods. Trail Head N/A Lighting N/A Ambient light level of at least .2 ft.  candles.  Low lighting of the path  only is acceptable. Pools of Light: 3. Trails Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 215 Design Element On‐Street Bike Trails Street Flanking Trails Trails Engaging  Neighborhoods Trails through Open  Spaces Applicable Standard AASHTO AASHTO AASHTO AASHTO Trees: Canopy trees for shade  comfort, elimination of understory  for safety.  Canopy trees in drifted  clusters as needed to reknit  natural fabric. Trees: Canopy trees for shade  comfort, elimination of understory  for safety.  Canopy trees in drifted  clusters as needed to reknit  natural fabric. Trees: Canopy trees for shade  comfort, elimination of understory  for safety.  Canopy trees in drifted  clusters as needed to reknit  natural fabric. Trees: Canopy trees for shade  comfort, elimination of understory  for safety.  Canopy trees in drifted  clusters as needed to reknit  natural fabric. Grasses: Native, short variety, low  maintenance grasses. Grasses: Native, short variety, low  maintenance grasses. Grasses: Native, short variety, low  maintenance grasses. Grasses: Native, short variety, low  maintenance grasses. Trailhead Markers: Trail head  monument markers which display  the city logo, the trail head name,  trail name, and any appropriate  historic information interpreting  the rural heritage of Westlake. Trailhead Markers: Trail head  monument markers which display  the city logo, the trail head name,  trail name, and any appropriate  historic information interpreting  the rural heritage of Westlake. Trailhead Markers: Trail head  monument markers which display  the city logo, the trail head name,  trail name, and any appropriate  historic information interpreting  the rural heritage of Westlake. Way‐finding: destination markers  cast in pavement and displayed at  trail heads.  Way‐finding: destination markers  cast in pavement and displayed at  trail heads.  Way‐finding: destination markers  cast in pavement and displayed at  trail heads.  Trail name signs: Located at each  trail intersection, trail heads, and  intersection of a trail with the  street Trail name signs: Located at each  trail intersection, trail heads, and  intersection of a trail with the  street. Trail name signs: Located at each  trail intersection, trail heads, and  intersection of a trail with the  street. Special interpretative markers:  periodic low post mounted signs  that explain historic information  or identify particular plan species/  wildlife habitat.  These signs are a  uniform color, painted on metal. Pedestrian benches and trash  receptacles:  located at trail head.  Bench and trash receptacle should  be built into trail head marker. Pedestrian benches and trash  receptacles:  located at trail head.  Bench and trash receptacle should  be built into trail head marker. Water Fountain: Located at Trail  head serving 2 or more trails. Water Fountain: Located at Trail  head serving 2 or more trails. Street Crossing N/A All trails should cross streets at an  intersections where pedestrian  crossings are provided (described  above in intersections) All trails should cross streets at an  intersections where pedestrian  crossings are provided (described  above in intersections) All trails should cross streets at an  intersections where pedestrian  crossings are provided (described  above in intersections) 3. Trails Landscaping Information Systems Trail Name: Trail name sign in  Town thematic frame mounted on  Town standard. Furniture Westlake Comprehensive plan Update216 Design Element Regional Edges  (Highway 114)Neighborhood Edges Commercial Edges Open Space Edges Portals Entry Portals N/A Boundary portals Gateways: Landscape Buffers/  Landscape Setbacks 114/ 170 Landscape Zone: The  Town of Westlake has an existing  requirement for a 70 ft. landscape  set back from highway 114 and  170.  This area should be heavily  forested where development is  uphill from the set back and  planted in natural drifts of trees  where development is at the same  level (thereby allowing visual  penetration. Effort should be  made to screen parking with  berms that separate the visual  experience from the hardscape of  surface parking. 114 and 170  buffer areas should be planted  with native grasses of varying  height that allow the creation of  grass drifts in the landscape  composition. See plant palette for  selection options. Boundary softening:  Neighborhood edges should be  planted with natural drifts of trees  containing both evergreen and  deciduous varieties as well as  conifers that contain branch  structure from ground to crown.   The complexity of leaf textures  and plant forms will obscure the  continuous presence of perimeter  walls and fences. See plant palette  for selection options. Extension of street landscape: To  create greater visual connectivity  across commercial roadways,  project edges should bring the  roadway landscaping into the  project and transition to project  landscaping instead of creating a  landscape change line at the  project boundary. This will also  increase the sense of public  domain. The plant selection for  this merger of landscapes will be  derived from the streetscape  palette used.   Rural restoration: Open Spaces are  opportunities to restore and  preserve the rural heritage of  Westlake.  Therefore open spaces  edges should be treated as rural  edges with rural fencing and an  uninterrupted ground plane that  extends from the street into the  open area (no intervening walls or  plant screens) Fencing and Walls Walls and/ or fences in this area  are discouraged.  If used they  should be screened with trees and  understory planting that will  conceal the wall or fence.  Only  agricultural fencing may be fully  visible.  Opaque privacy walls or fences  abutting any street or public open  space should be landscaped to  provide boundary softening (as  discussed above).  Minimize  neighborhood walls or fences as  much as possible. No walls or fences at any edge  interfacing a street unless it is  screened or in the front yard space  of commercial development. Agricultural fences or planted  screens only. Landscaping See plant palette for selection  options. See plant palette for selection  options. See plant palette for selection  options. See plant palette for selection  options. 4. Edges Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 217 Design Element Town Hub/ Common Southern points of Entry Highway 114 Identity Monuments type 1:  Monuments integrated with  overpass structures crossing  Highway 114 at Davis Road/  Precinct Line Road, Westlake  Parkway A, and Westlake Parkway  B. These identity monuments will  have characteristics compatible  with the existing monuments at  Westlake Parkway overpasses. Identity Monuments type 2:  Dove  Road and Roanoke Road Pylons  that build off of the Pylons already  located at Solana. Minor Monuments N/A Approach monuments:  Minor  monuments which are visually  compatible with the Identity  monuments (Major Monuments)  should be located at southern  points of entry to Westlake, along  Ottinger Road, Pearson Lane,  Randol Mill/ Precinct Line Road,  Peytonville Road, Shady Oaks  Drive. N/A Internal Illumination: Internal  lighting that contributes to a night  form for the Town Common. Activity Down Lighting:  For  pedestrian gathering areas Increased Ambient Street Light:  More frequently placed street  lights (perhaps moving from  median to road edge) to raise light  levels within the urbanized area. Town Identity: The name and logo  of Westlake, Texas Event Information: Electronic  reader board capable of showing  information about upcoming  events, public notices, public  service. Memorial Information:  Inscriptions and dedication plaque  (s) Time: Traditional Clock Lighting External Illumination: Up‐lighting  of the monument and its  messaging. External Illumination: Up‐lighting  of the monument and its  messaging. Information Systems Town Identification: The name  and logo of Westlake, Texas Town Identification: The name  and logo of Westlake, Texas 5. Arrival and Focal Points Major Monuments Land Mark Monument: Town  Center Landmark attaining a  height of at least 35 ft., iconic  expression of Texas rural heritage.  This is a stone structure with  features/ details derived from  rural/ ranch references. N/A Westlake Comprehensive plan Update218 Design Element Major Public Gathering  Space Minor Public Gathering  Spaces Recreational Parks Stove Pavers: True stone  pavement reminiscent of a  traditional Town Square used as  an accent and design  enhancement of the general  paving. Concrete Trails, walkways, and  ancillary use spaces: In all high  traffic and intense use activity  areas. Scored Concrete: The general  paving of the gathering space. Decomposed Granite seating and  ancillary activity areas: In areas of  lesser use and use intensity. Decomposed Granite:  Ancillary  and other areas for bench  placement. High traffic tolerant grass: Within  a distance from major gathering  space that is no less than 200 ft.  (where such lateral space exists). High traffic tolerant grass: Within  a distance from major gathering  space that is no less than 75 ft.  (where such lateral space exists). High traffic capacity grass in event  fields: Traffic tolerant hybrid grass  on all sports fields or open areas  where intense use is expected. Canopy Trees: Planted to clarify  definition of gathering space and  to provide shade to seating/  activity areas. Canopy Trees: Planted to clarify  definition of gathering space and  to provide shade to seating/  activity areas. Native Grass:  Defining edges of  traffic tolerant grass areas.  These  remain unmown (except as  recommended for annual  cropping) to demark use areas in  the same manner as a fairway and  the rough in golf. Canopy Trees: Planted in natural  drifts to accentuate non traffic  areas and restore native  landscape.  Pedestrian Lighting: Pedestrian  lighting along edge of gathering  area that is visually similar to the  period street lighting and other  pedestrian lighting for Westlake. ‐Sports Lighting: Appropriate field  lighting in team sport areas. Landscape Lighting: up and down  lights at all trees in tree wells that  define the public space. Down  lights only in bench areas. Pedestrian Lighting: Pedestrian  lighting along walks to sport areas  from parking areas. Parking Lighting: Parking lot lights  when parking is provided that  maintains a .2 foot candle  ambient light level. Signage N/A N/A Sponsorship panels: Space to  display corporate sponsorship of  sport activities. Such displays shall  be mounted in a uniform frame  and within a designated area for  such display. 6. Active Public Spaces Paving Scored Concrete:  The general  paving of the gathering space. Landscaping Lighting Landscape Lighting: up and down  lights at all trees in tree wells that  define the public space. Down  lights only in bench areas.  Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 219 Design Element Major Public Gathering  Space Minor Public Gathering  Spaces Recreational Parks Standards for Banners  incorporated with Pedestrian  Lighting: vertical banners,  attached top and bottom, for  display of events, seasons,  corporate sponsorship, etc. Flag Plaza: Flag poles for the US,  Texas, and Westlake Flag. Water feature: Opportunity for a  public water feature such as a  pool fountain or squirt fountain  with a changing water display. Memorial: Opportunity for  memorial honoring leaders and  civic heroes of Westlake.  Art Installation: All public  gathering spaces are  opportunities for public art. It is  preferable that art is intrinsic to  the design of the space rather  than a commissioned piece to be  installed in the space. Town Identity: Westlake name,  date of founding, and logo  engraved into stone material of  monument. Event Information: Electronic  reader board capable of showing  information about upcoming  events, public notices, public  service. Memorial Information:  Inscriptions and dedication plaque Time: Traditional clock Pedestrian benches and trash  receptacles: Placed around edge  of gathering space and/ or along  walkways t the activity space. Drinking Fountain: Public free  standing drink fountain providing  water for adults, children, and  pets. Special Features Public Restroom:  Located in a  specialized structure within 300 ft.  of activity space. N/A Public Restroom: located to serve  multiple sport activity areas. 6. Active Public Spaces Information Systems Town Identity: Westlake name,  date of founding, and logo  engraved into stone material of  monument. Town Identity: Westlake name,  date of founding, and logo  engraved into stone material of  monument. Furniture Pedestrian benches and trash  receptacles: Placed around edge  of gathering space and/ or along  walkways to the activity space. Pedestrian benches and trash  receptacles: Placed along  pathways to and around sport  activity area. At least 1 bench per  300 ft.  Banners/ Flags N/A N/A Built Amenities/ Public  Art Art Installation: All public  gathering spaces are  opportunities for public art. It is  preferable that art is intrinsic to  the design of the space rather  than a commissioned piece to be  installed in the space. N/A Westlake Comprehensive plan Update220 Design Element Conservation Open  Spaces Landmark Landforms Rural Heritage Areas Public Accessibility Designated Public Access:  Directed access to interpretative  stations and viewpoints.  Access  to other areas limited to on‐foot  access with no trail availability. Designated Public Access:  Directed access via trail to  interpretative stations and  viewpoints.  Access to other areas  limited to on‐foot access with no  trail availability. General Public Access and  participation: General public  access via improved walks and  activity areas to interpretative  and demonstration events. Trails: Concrete trails to  interpretative stations and vista  points. Trails: concrete trails to vista  platforms. Interpretive Exhibits: Programmed  interpretative events that portray  rural heritage of Westlake or  promote conservation practices. Interpretative Exhibits: ‐ Interpretative signage for various  plant types, vegetative  communities, wildlife habitats,  and conservation awareness that  are painted on metal and color  coded according to message type. Vista Platforms: Paved,  designated viewing area with  bench facilities. Participation Demonstration  structures: Wood pavilion  structures that provide shelter for  demonstrations.  Such structures  should be capable of  reconfiguration in accordance  with space and viewing  requirement of the  demonstration. Vista Platforms: Paved,  designated viewing area with  bench facilities. Drinking Fountain: Combined  Fountain for adults, children, and  pets no more than 300 ft. from  the event areas. Trails: Decomposed granite  walkways to demonstration areas  and parking areas. Gathering Structures: Thematic  structures for large gathering  event. Pasture: Native pasture Grass (se  plant list for selection) Fence line Trees:  Trees along  fence rows that are typical of  most rural areas. See plant list for  selection. Homestead Trees: Trees around  historic agricultural structures.   See plant list for selection. Lighting N/A N/A Activity Lighting: Lighting  incorporated into activity  structures and tree down lighting. Emergency call box: 1 box per  1,000 ft. Guard Rails: At Vista Points where  necessary. Information Systems Interpretative Signage: signage for  various plant types, vegetative  communities, wildlife habitats,  and conservation awareness that  are painted on metal and color  coded according to message type. Interpretative Signage: signage for  various plant types, vegetative  communities, wildlife habitats,  and conservation awareness that  are painted on metal and color  coded according to message type. Interpretative Signage: signage for  various plant types, vegetative  communities, wildlife habitats,  and conservation awareness that  are painted on metal and color  coded according to message type. Furniture Pedestrian Benches and trash  receptacles: located at  vista  points Pedestrian Benches and trash  receptacles: Located at vista  points. N/A Safety Emergency call box: 1 box per  1,000 ft. Activity staff and procedures:  Personnel monitoring for  pedestrian safety. 7. Passive Public Spaces Facilities Landscaping Natural fabric restoration: See  plant list for selection.  Objective  to restore native grass, native  trees and native understory at  appropriate locations. Natural fabric Restoration: See  plant list for selection.  Objective  to restore native grass, native  trees and native understory at  appropriate locations. Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 221 Design Element Police Fire Municipal Masonry veneer, pitched roof,  strong definition of entry and  public access pathway.  Deep set  Utility Doors. Rural stylistic  references. Building lighting. Continuity with  public image identity Rumble Strip Paving: Stone pavers  making a rumble strip across  street in front of Police Stations. Rumble Strip Paving: Stone pavers  making a rumble strip across  street in front of Fire Stations. Premise awareness icon: A  location monument that is  recognizable as a police  monument, located along the  parkway and within the road  ROW, on either side of the rumble  strip.  Premise awareness icon: A  location monument that is  recognizable as a police  monument, located along the  parkway and within the road  ROW, on either side of the rumble  strip. Monuments are equipped  with a traffic signal to stop traffic  at times of emergency response. Lighting Street side and entry walk and  ground plane illumination:  Provided by building up lights and  landscape down/ up lighting. Street side and entry walk and  ground plane illumination:  Provided by building up lights and  landscape down/ up lighting. Street side and entry walk and  ground plane illumination:  Provided by building up lights and  landscape down/ up lighting.  Where the public space lacks  landscape, pedestrian lighting will  provide ground plane illumination. Monument Identification:  Monument sign at street and/ or  entry drive to Town Hall that  identifies structure.  Sign shall  have a stone base and pin  mounted, backlit letters. Building mounted identification:  Engraved or cast into building  material. Safety N/A Emergency exit traffic signal:  Mounted in identification pylon N/A Information Systems N/A N/A Electronic public notifications:  Public reader board that  communicates upcoming events,  public notices, public service  information. Special Features Public Meeting room: Available to  neighborhood and other public  groups. Public meeting room: Available to  neighborhood and other public  groups. Public gathering space: available  for civic events, public  demonstration, and organized  municipal activities.  Street Recognition Lateral expansion of parkway to  create entry plaza: Generous  parkway width at the location of  City hall that permits public  gathering. A public plaza may  substitute for such space when it  is connected to the street. Signage Standard Station Identification:  Engraved or cast into building  material. Standard Station Identification:  Engraved or cast into building  material. 8. Public facilities Building Identity Masonry veneer, pitched roof,  strong definition of entry and  public access pathway.  Deep set  Utility Doors.  Building lighting.  Continuity with public image  identity Masonry veneer, pitched roof,  strong definition of entry and  public access pathway.  Deep set  Utility Doors.  Building lighting.  Continuity with public image  identity Westlake Comprehensive plan Update222 Design Element Parking Lots Site Landscaping Buffers Spatial proportion Landscape areas should not be  less than 10% of the parking apron  surface in Regional Commercial,  Community Commercial 1, and  Town Core land Use Areas. Other  Land Use areas where commercial  use is permitted, parking lot  landscape areas should not be less  than 15% of the parking apron  surface area. However, Trees  placed in Parking lots should be  placed so that any parking space is  no further than 10 spaces from a  tree. Parking lot trees not in  landscape areas may be located in  tree grates in the Regional  Commercial and Community  Commercial 1 Land Use Zones.  Recommendation does not apply  to parking structures. At least 10% of any site should be  in landscaped and/ or open space  in Regional Commercial,  Community Commercial 1, and  Town Core lad Use Districts.   Other Land Use areas where  commercial use is permitted, the  recommended minimum  landscape area is 15% Where commercial use abuts a  single family residential use a  minimum 20 ft. landscape buffer  should be incorporated.  Where a  commercial use abuts an open  space, at least 50% of the site’s  10% minimum landscape area  should abut the open space,  thereby expanding the open space  areas. Trees:  Planted in landscape  islands and tree grates.  Parking  lot trees should be located so that  no parking space is further from a  tree than 10 parking spaces. Trees: Natural Drifts of trees  including both canopy and  understory planting.  Purpose to  reknit the natural plant fabric. Trees: Natural Drifts of trees  including both canopy and  understory planting.  Purpose to  reknit the natural plant fabric. Grasses: low maintenance Native  pasture grasses. Grasses: low maintenance Native  pasture grasses. Ornamental planting and ground  cover: Flowering native shrubs  and ground covers as specified in  the recommended plant list. Ornamental planting:  Flowering  native shrubs at horizontal  deflectors.   Ornamental planting:  Flowering  native shrubs at horizontal  deflectors.   Lighting N/A Trees: Tree lighting within 100 ft.  of structure only N/A Monument Identification:  Monument sign at street and/ or  entry drive to Town Hall that  identifies structure.  Sign shall  have a stone base and pin  mounted, backlit letters. Building mounted identification:  Engraved or cast into building  material. Landscaping Signage Standard Station Identification:  Engraved or cast into building  material. Standard Station Identification:  Engraved or cast into building  material. 9. Site Open Space Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 223 Design Element Parking Lots Site Landscaping Buffers Furniture N/A Building Entries and Activity  Areas: provide one or more  benches and trash receptacle.  N/A Built Amenities/ Art N/A Building Entries, building  approaches, and roadway  interfaces: Seize these landscape  area opportunities for placement  of publically visible art.  Strategic placement of site specific  art in conjunction with artist.   Suggest cooperative Town/  Private property owner program  to initiate such are installations. Banners/ Flags Banners should be placed on  parking lot lighting, not in parking  lot landscape areas. Corporate, State and national  Flags encourage at all corporate  office structures.  In urbanized  areas, such flags could be placed  in close proximity to the street,  creating an additional streetscape  element. In campus settings, flags  could be places in a flag court,  close to the entry. N/A  Signage Directional, cautionary, and  parking area location signage only. Premise identification monument  signs with no additional  advertising. N/A Tree grates: Located in pave areas Landscape Islands: no paving N/A 9. Site Open Space Paving N/A Westlake Comprehensive plan Update224 LISTS, SECTIONS, AND PALETTES Various Design Initiatives explained above references information presented in list, section, or palette form in the following text. This material is included in the Town Design Structure Plan in order to further expand the action descriptions provided above. The particular lists, sections, and palettes include: • Plant List: This is a listing of the plant selections available for use in various landscape actions described above. The plant list includes recommended canopy trees, ornamental trees, understory plants, shrubs, grasses, and other ornamentals. • Street Sections: Street sections illustrate typical section designs for Pastoral Collectors, Town Arterials, and Regional Arterials. • Lighting and Signal Palette: These show a pictorial sampling of street light fixtures, street light standards, banner arms, traffic signal standards, traffic signal arms/ fixture, pedestrian light standards, and pedestrian light fixtures suitable for Westlake lighting and signalization initiatives. • Information Systems Figure: This figure shows a pictorial sampling of recommended kiosks for Westlake. • Furniture Palette: This palette shows a pictorial sampling of recommended pedestrian furniture, including benches, trash receptacles, water fountains, and bike racks that are recommended for Westlake. • Bridges Figure: This shows a pictorial sampling of bridge types that are recommended for Westlake. Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 225 Recommended Plant List: Common Name Botanical Name Drummond Red Maple Acer Rubrum drummondii XX October Glory Maple Acer rubrum 'October Glory'X XXXX X Caddo Maple Acer saccharum ‘Caddo’X River Birch Betula Nigra XX Pecan Carya illinoinensis X XXXXX Sweet Gum Liquidambar styraciflua X XX X Magnolia Magnolia grandiflora XX X Black Gum Nyssa sylvatica X XX X Chinese Pistachio Pistacia chinensis XX White Oak Quercus Alba XX X Bur Oak Quercus macrocarpa X XX X X X Swamp Chestnut Oak Quercus michauxii XX X Pin Oak Quercus palustris XX X Willow Oak Quercus Phellos X XXX X X Live Oak Quercus virginiana XXXX XXX X X Bald Cypress Taxodium distichum XX Cedar Elm Ulmus crassifolia X XX XXX X X Lacebark Elm Ulmus parvifolia sepervirens X Slash Pine * Pinus elliotii X X XX X X Large Canopy Trees (minimum 4" cal. Installation DBH) * and/or the same pine species currently growing along Solana Blvd. at the Village Circle intersection Rural heritagePastoral ConnectorTown ArterialRegional ArterialTrailsRegional EdgeNeighborhood EdgeCommercial EdgeOpen Space EdgeGathering SpacesRecreational parksConservation Spaces and Landforms Westlake Comprehensive plan Update226 Common Name Botanical Name Fringe Tree Chionathus virginica Flowering Dogwood Cornus Florida X XX X X Titi Cyrilla racemiflora Possumhaw Ilex decidua Crape Myrtle Lagerstroemia sp.X X XX Wax Myrtle Myrica cerifera X XX XX X Mexican Plum Prunus meYicana X XXX XX X Mexican Buckeye Ungnadia speciosa X Vitex Vitex agenus-castus Recreational parksConservationSpaces and LandformsRural heritageRegional EdgeNeighborhood EdgeCommercial EdgeOpen Space EdgeGathering SpacesTrailsTown ArterialRegional ArterialOrnamental Trees (minimum 6' installation height)Pastoral ConnectorCommon Name Botanical Name Yaupon Holly Ilex vomitoria X X XX Nellie R. Stevens Holly Ilex X ‘Nellie R. Stevens’X X XX Foster Holly Ilex X attenuata ‘Foster’X XX XX Eastern Red Cedar Juniperus virginiana X XXX X Little Gem Magnolia Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gen’XX XX X Wax Myrtle Myrica cerifera X X XX X X Red Bay Persea barbonia XX Indian Cherry Rhamnus caroliniana X XX X X Mexican Fan Palm Washingtonia robusta XConservation Spaces and LandformsRural heritageRegional EdgeNeighborhood EdgeCommercial EdgeOpen Space EdgeGathering SpacesRecreational parksTown ArterialRegional ArterialTrailsEvergreen Trees (minimum 6' installation height)Pastoral Connector Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 227 Common Name Botanical Name American Beautyberry Callicarpa americana X XXX X Eleagnus Elaeagnus macrophylla ‘Ebbenji’ XX X X Coral Bean Erythrina herbacea X XXXX X Forsythia Forsythia intermedia X XXXXX X Red Yucca Hesperaloe parviflora X XXXXXXX X X Oakleaf Hydrangea Hydrangea quercifolia XX Holly var.Ilex spp.XX X Dwf. Yaupon Ilex vomitoria 'nana'XX Virginia Sweetspire Itea virginica X XXXX X Juniper var.Juniperus var.X XXX X X Manzanita Malphigia glabra X X XXX X X X Miscanthus Miscanthus spp.X XX X Muhlenbergia Muhlenbergia spp.X X XX XXX X X Dwarf Wax Myrtle Myrica cerifera XX Nandina Nandina domestica XX Switchgrass Panicum virgatum X XXXXXXX X Needle Palm Rhapidophyllum hystrix X Indian Hawthorn Rhapiolepis indica XX Aromatic Sumac Rhus aromatica X XXX X X X X Sumac Rhus glabra X XXX X X X X Spirea var.Spirea X XX X Anthony Waterer Spirea Spirea X Bumalda 'Anthony Waterer'XXXXXXXXX Viburnum Viburnum spp.X X XXX XCommercial EdgeOpen Space EdgeGathering SpacesRecreational parksConservation Spaces and LandformsRural heritagePastoral ConnectorTown ArterialRegional ArterialTrailsRegional EdgeNeighborhood EdgeShrubs (minimum 5 gal. 24" o.c. Installation) Westlake Comprehensive plan Update228 Common Name Botanical Name Inland Sea Oats Chasmanthum latifolium X XXXXX X X Winter Creeper Euonymous fortunei 'Coloratus'X XX X Spider Lilly Hymenocallis sp.X Trailing Lantana Lantana sellowiana X X XXXXXXX X Agapanthus Africanus Lily of the Nile XX Liriope var.Liriope spp.XX X Ophiopogon Ophiopogon japonicus XX X Southern Woodfern Thelypteris kunthii XX X Asian Jasmine Trachelospermum asiaticum X XX X Groundcover (minimum 4" pot 4" o.c. Installation)Pastoral ConnectorTown ArterialRegional ArterialRecreational parksConservation Spaces and LandformsRural heritageTrailsRegional EdgeNeighborhood EdgeCommercial EdgeOpen Space EdgeGathering Spaces Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 229 Example Canopy Trees: Drummond Red Maple October Glory Maple Sweet Gum Black Gum White Oak Burr Oak Swamp Chestnut Oak Live Oak Cedar Elm Bald Cypress Slash Pine Westlake Comprehensive plan Update230 Example Ornamental Trees: Redbud Fringe Tree Titi Possumhaw Mexican Plum Vitex Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 231 Example Evergreen Trees: Japanese Blueberry Nellie R. Stevens Holly Foster Holly Eastern Red Cedar Wax Myrtle Red Bay Westlake Comprehensive plan Update232 Example Shrubs: Abelia American Beautyberry Coral bean Red Yucca Virginia Sweetspire Juniper Var. Manzanita Sumac Anthony Waterer Spirea Viburnum Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 233 Example Ground Cover: Ardisia Inland Sea Oats Winter Creeper Trailing Lantana Spider Lilly Westlake Comprehensive plan Update234 Street Sections: The following palette illustrates standard sections for the Pastoral Collector, the Town Arterial, and the Regional Arterial. The first image in the palette is a transect that illustrates how the three Street Types differ in terms of: 1. Natural to Urban Organization of the Landscape: The pastoral areas are identified by a plant type and planting pattern that has the appearance of a naturally formed, drifted landscape. Here, the view from the road is meant to be the view of Westlake’s characteristically beautiful and undisturbed natural condition. As one approaches the more urbanized areas, the street planting becomes more ordered and lineal. 2. Motorial to Directed Street Alignment: The rolling topography of Westlake is experienced by gracefull, curvilinear streets with a variable width median. The alignments are truly responsive to the landscape condition. However, as the context is more developed/ urbanized, the streets become straighter and transform from parkway into boulevard. STREET TYPE STREET SECTION Street Type Transect Pastoral Collector STREET SECTIONS PALETTE Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 235 STREET TYPE STREET SECTION Town Arterial Regional Arterial STREET SECTIONS PALETTE Westlake Comprehensive plan Update236 Lighting and Signal Palette: The street lighting palette builds upon the lighting already being used along Solana Boulevard (the Town Arterial) and Westlake Parkway (the Regional Arterial). STREET TYPE STANDARD/ FIXTURE/ HARDWARE Pools of light, not continuous illumination. Rural Coop Lighting. A pole mounted light such as the following by Sternberg Lighting with single arm, mounted to a simple square pole. This is compatible with the Regional Road fixture. STREET LIGHTING AND SIGNAL PALETTE Pastoral Collector Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 237 STREET TYPE STANDARD/ FIXTURE/ HARDWARE Building upon the fixtures already installed along Solana Boulevard. Possibly a close derivation such as the Villa by Sternberg Lighting or others by BEGA. Town Arterial STREET LIGHTING AND SIGNAL PALETTE Westlake Comprehensive plan Update238 STREET TYPE STANDARD/ FIXTURE/ HARDWARE Building upon the fixtures already installed along Westlake Parkway. Possibly a close derivation such as the Gallery 1970 by Sternberg Lighting Lights should have banner arms such as these by Sternberg Lighting Regional Arterial STREET LIGHTING AND SIGNAL PALETTE Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 239 Pedestrian Furniture and Information Systems: Pedestrian furniture should be simple, sculptural, and not overly reminiscent of an historical period. Like the commercial architecture of the Town, the street furniture should be elegant in its simplicity. TYPE SELECTION AND CHARACTERISTICS A simple slatted bench which is both timeless and elegant such as the Parc Vue by Landscape Forms or the bottom image from Tolar Industries. A simple 4 sided or round kiosk advertising structure such as these provided by Matrix Media National and Outdoor Media. STREET/PLAZA FURNITURE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS PALETTE Benches Kiosks Westlake Comprehensive plan Update240 TYPE SELECTION AND CHARACTERISTICS A classic wire mesh receptacle such as the Parc Vue Litter Receptacle or the ribbed one by Tolar Industries. A simple sculptural shape such as the Pi Bike Rack from Landscape Forms A simple shape that can also provide pedestrian lighting such as the Annapolis by Landscape forms or the 7740, 7741, and 8554 by BEGA Bollards STREET/PLAZA FURNITURE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS PALETTE Trash Receptacle Bike Racks Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 241 Bridges: Future bridges should continue the basic bridge types that exists in Westlake today. BRIDGE TYPE BRIDGE APPEARANCE Hillwood has set the theme for treatment of Highway 114 and Highway 170 Overpasses The Town has already set the theme for general bridges. BRIDGE PALETTE All Highway 114 and 170 overpasses All bridges within the Town Westlake Comprehensive plan Update242 Other Visual Themes Palette: The following palette presents a set of other visual themes for monuments, signage, and intersections. These visual themes seek to employ a unified use of material and forms to create an overarching visual character that is uniquely Westlake. Much of this section builds on work done for the Town of Westlake by Townscape. TYPE THEMATIC APPEARANCE When a Town Roadway intersects a Town Roadway When a Town Roadway intersects a Regional Roadway When a Town Roadway intersects a Pastoral Roadway OTHER VISUAL THEMES PALETTE Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 243 TYPE THEMATIC APPEARANCE Hillwood has already set the theme for overpass monuments. Continue the vernacular of stone and simple forms that remember the forms at Solana Continue the vernacular of stone as suggested by Townscape in this image from their Streetscape Plan Overpass Monuments Underpass Monuments Southern Entry Monuments OTHER VISUAL THEMES PALETTE Westlake Comprehensive plan Update244 TYPE THEMATIC APPEARANCE Continue the vernacular of stone and simple forms that remembers the themes already in place Continue the vernacular of stone and simple forms that remembers the themes already in place A sign concept developed by Townscape Way Finding Premise Signage Trail Heads OTHER VISUAL THEMES PALETTE Plan ElEmEnts: town DEsign structurE Plan 245 TOWN DESIGN STRUCTURE PLAN The following Town Design Structure Plan illustrates the various Urban Design Initiatives (intersections, portals, monumentation, etc.), described above, as they are arrayed within the fabric of Westlake. The essence of this Town Design Structure Plan is to visually pull together the various landmark and thematic features installed by private (such as the towers at Solana) and public (such as the bridges along Dove Road) parties and create a unified identity for the Town. Continued fragmented efforts will ultimately make it impossible to communicate a single coherent identity. It is important to see that the following compositional features of cognitive structure are established in this Plan Element: 1. Creation of a major town focal point within the heart of its commercial areas that functions as an organic Town Common. 2. Visual separation of roadway type with the Regional and Pastoral Roadway Types emanating out from the Town System, making the Town System the hub of movement within Westlake. This implements citizens’ desire to have a town hub in Westlake. 3. Demarcation of the interface between Town System and Regional System with special intersection design (vertical and horizontal design). 4. Demarcation of the interface between the Town System and the Pastoral System with special intersection design (vertical and horizontal design). 5. Using the present visual differences between over pass and underpass monumentation in Westlake, create a pattern of monumentation types where all over passes establish a visual distinction that builds off the present appearance of Westlake Parkway and all under passes establish a visual distinction that builds off the present appearance of Solana Boulevard. 6. Demarcation of Westlake’s southern edge (important to maintenance of market distinction) with a distinctive roadway portal monument. 7. Demarcation of the entry to Westlake’s pastoral region with horizontal deflection and traffic calming installations (narrowing of the pastoral street at its intersection with the Town Roadways with landscaped “neck- downs” that discourage entry by pass- through traffic flows. Westlake Comprehensive plan Update246TOWN DESIGN STRUCTURE PLANDISCLAIMER: The location of urban design elements, not located within a street right of way and shown on the Town Design Structure Plan, in no way modifies any approved PD Plan, PD Ordinance, or zoning. The location of Ur-ban Design Elements (other than those located within the a street right of way) is to be determined through a cooperative Town/ property owner process which takes place as site plans, requests for amendment of any existing Planned Development Ordinance, and/or requests to transfer commercial square footage from one land use district to another are submitted for Council approval (when the legal mechanism for such transfer has been adopted by the Town of Westlake). See Section D of the Implementation Plan for trigger points and other policy related information.The essence of this Town Design Structure Plan is to visually pull together the various landmark and thematic features installed by private (such as the towers at Solana) and public (such as the bridges along Dove Road) parties and create a unified identity for the Town. Therefore, the Town Design Structure defines a typology of design that articulates hier-archy, sequence, portal, focal point, and sub-district in visual terms. More specifically, the Design Settings are:• Streets: Streets are the primary experiential venue from which resi-dents and visitors gather identifying images and impressions. Also, streets are essential to understanding location and progress toward a destination. There are three distinct streetscapes recommended for Westlake that build upon the streetscapes already in place.• Intersections: A key aspect of streets is the character of important intersections. Important intersections include:o Intersection of a Town Arterial with a Pastoral Collector: These happen at places where Dove Road and the southern portions of Roanoke Road intersect with new east/ west arterials.o Intersection of a Town Arterial with another Town Arterial: These happen in places where the two main east to west arterials of the Town System are tied together by north/ south connectors.o Intersection of a Town Arterial with a Regional Arterial: These happen where the east west Town Arterials intersect with a pri-mary commercial street of the Regional Community that connects with Highway 114.TOWNSCAPEIntersection of a Town Arterial with a Pastoral CollectorIntersection of a Town Arterial with a Town ArterialIntersection of a Town Arterial with a Regional Arterialthe town Design structure Plan Ordinance 870 Page 1 of 5 TOWN OF WESTLAKE ORDINANCE NO. 870 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE AMENDING ORDINANCE 769; AMENDING THE ZONING BY APPROVING A CONCEPT/DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR SCHWAB WAY ON AN APPROXIMATELY 52.87-ACRE AREA OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 3, PLANNING AREA 5A (PD3-5A). THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 170, NORTH OF JT OTTINGER ROAD, AND WEST OF WESTLAKE PARKWAY. PROVIDING A PENALTY; PROVIDING A CUMULATIVE CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE; AUTHORIZING PUBLICATION; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake, Texas is a general law municipality; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake finds it necessary for the public health, safety and welfare that development occur in a controlled and orderly manner; and WHEREAS, in February 2016, the Town Council approved Ordinance 769 establishing the approximately 73.17-acre Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5A (PD 3-5A) zoning district; and WHEREAS, because of the size, location, and natural features of Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5A (PD 3-5A) and the Town's need for public infrastructure, amenities, and economic development, the Town has a critical interest in the development of Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5A (PD 3-5A) and is encouraging such development to the highest possible standards of quality consistent with the Town's long-term development vision; and WHEREAS, the property owner and developer of the properties located within the Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5A (PD 3-5A) zoning district desires to construct roadway infrastructure that will serve both the Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5A (PD 3-5A) and Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3- 5B) zoning districts; and WHEREAS, construction of said roadway infrastructure in Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5A (PD 3-5A) must be adequate to accommodate the traffic expected to be generated by the uses, densities and intensities of uses approved within, and adjacent to, Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5A (PD 3-5A) and Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B) in a timely and efficient manner.; and WHEREAS, it is in the Town’s interest that said roadway infrastructure comport to the recommendations and vision contained in the 2015 Forging Westlake Comprehensive Plan; and Ordinance 870 Page 2 of 5 WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission recommended to the Town Council approval of the roadway depicted in attached Exhibit A and B on October 15, 2018, subject to certain specific conditions; and WHEREAS, following provision of proper legal notice, including written notice to owners within 200 feet of the subject property, published notice and posted notice in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act of public hearing, a public hearing was held on October 29, 2018, by the Town Council; and WHEREAS, upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, is of the opinion that it is in the best interests of the Town and its citizens that the roadway location and design depicted in Exhibit A and B, should be approved and adopted. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That all matters stated in the preamble are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That Ordinance 770 of the Town of Westlake, Texas, is hereby amended by this Ordinance amending Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5A (PD 3-5A). SECTION 3: That the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas does hereby approve the roadway location and design shown as shown in Exhibit A and B subject to the following conditions: 1. A four lane, divided concrete roadway, hereinafter referred to as “Schwab Way” shall be constructed as depicted on Exhibits A and B. Construction of Schwab Way shall be aligned and constructed as shown on Exhibits A and B within a 100' wide right of way to be dedicated to the Town of Westlake. Schwab Way right-of-way cross -sections shall be generally consistent with the cross-sections shown in Exhibit B. 2. Schwab Way shall be constructed in two phases as shown on Exhibit A. For the purpose of this ordinance, all phase one Schwab Way construction and improvements shall at a minimum include, and be consistent with, the improvements described in Master Roadway Construction Agreement approved by Resolution 17-28, Town Ordinances and the Comprehensive Plan. 3. Prior to the issuance of the notice to proceed for Schwab Way phase two, a development agreement shall be submitted and approved by the Town as required by the Code of Ordinances. 4. Schwab Way phase one improvements shall be completed not later than September 1, 2019, or before a final certificate of occupancy is issued for the site plan approved by Ordinance 870 Page 3 of 5 Ordinance 869, whichever occurs first. For the purpose of this ordinance, completion includes final approval by the Town Manager or designee and final acceptance by the Town of all required improvements included in Resolution 17-28. 5. Schwab Way phase two improvements shall be completed not later than June 1, 2021, or before a final certificate of occupancy is issued for the site approved by Ordinance 869, whichever occurs first. 6. Not later than the date of final acceptance of public improvements for phase two construction of Schwab Way, a preliminary site evaluation shall be submitted and approved and a final plat shall be submitted, approved and recorded. Said plats shall, at a minimum, include all right-of-way to be dedicated for Schwab Way including any adjacent required easements on common ownership property. Both plats may be considered simultaneously. 7. Sidewalks and/or trails shall be constructed on both sides of Schwab Way per the requirements of the Comprehensive Plan, Code of Ordinances and/or an approved concept plan, development plan and site plan. Said sidewalk/trail shall be constructed prior to the final acceptance of public improvements. 8. The design and placement of all roadway amenities, including landscaping, traffic control devices, streetlights, benches, signage (including wayfinding and entryway signage), enhanced concrete and/or pavers, etc. shall be generally consistent with the recommendations for said amenities contained in the Comprehensive Plan and the Code of Ordinances where applicable. 9. All lighting illumination shall be low intensity and shall generally comply with the outdoor lighting requirements contained in the Code of Ordinances. 10. Except as amended herein, Schwab Way, whether built in phases or in its entirety as one project, as well as any additional improvements constructed in PD3-5A shall comply with the recommendations of the Westlake Comprehensive Plan, The Code of Ordinances and any other applicable Planned Development District Ordinances. Where a conflict exists between the recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan and other existing codes and ordinances, the recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan shall apply. 11. In addressing traffic impacts and any mitigation thereof as identified in a Town approved traffic impact analysis, additional roadways may be constructed in this zoning district without further amendment to this ordinance upon the final approval of the Town Manager or their designee. SECTION 4: That this Ordinance shall be cumulative of all other Town Ordinances and all other provisions of other Ordinances adopted by the Town which are inconsistent with the terms or provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. Ordinance 870 Page 4 of 5 SECTION 5: That any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions or terms of this ordinance shall be subject to the same penalty as provided for in the Code of Ordinances of the Town of Westlake, and upon conviction shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed the sum of Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00) for each offense. Each day that a violation is permitted to exist shall constitute a separate offense. SECTION 6: That any person violating any provision of this Chapter may be issued a citation and upon conviction thereof, the person shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and punished as provided in subsection 1-9 of the Code of Ordinance of the Town of Westlake. Each 24-hour period of violation, and each separate act or condition in violation of this Chapter, shall constitute a separate offense. SECTION 7: It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, that sections, paragraphs, clauses and phrases of this Ordinance are severable, and if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section of this Ordinance shall be declared legally invalid or unconstitutional by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such legal invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs or sections of this Ordinance since the same would have been enacted by the Town Council of the Town of Westlake without the incorporation in this Ordinance of any such legally invalid or unconstitutional, phrase, sentence, paragraph or section. SECTION 8: This ordinance shall take effect immediately from and after its passage as the law in such case provides. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 29TH DAY OCTOBER OF 2018. _____________________________ ATTEST: Laura Wheat, Mayor ____________________________ ______________________________ Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Thomas E. Brymer, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: ____________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney Ordinance 870 Page 5 of 5 EXHIBITS EXHIBIT A ROADWAY CONCEPT/DEVELOPMENT PLAN EXHIBIT B ROADWAY CROSS-SECTIONS Schwab Way Phase One Schwab Way Phase Two Concept/Development Plan Schwab Way 0 10’20’30’ GRAPHIC SCALE TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ 2.0% 6" CURB 6" CURB PARKWAY 9’ 2.0%ROW2.0% 6" CURB 2.0% TURN LANE 10’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ PARKWAY 9’ ROW100’ ROW ROAD CENTER LINEDEVELOPMENT SCHWAB DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ROW 50’ FROM SETBACK LINEBUILDING SETBACK LINEBUILDING MEDIAN 14’ TURN LANE 10’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ 2.0% 6" CURB 6" CURB PARKWAY 9’ 2.0%ROW2.0% 6" CURB 2.0% TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ PARKWAY 9’ ROW100’ ROW ROAD CENTER LINEDEVELOPMENT SCHWAB DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ROW 50’ FROM SETBACK LINEBUILDING SETBACK LINEBUILDING MEDIAN 34’ 6" CURB BACK OF CURB 15’ FROM BACK OF CURB 15’ FROM BIKE LANE 10’ BIKE LANE 10’ 6’ 6’ A SCHWAB WAY WITH FULL MEDIAN PROPOSED 100’ ROW B SCHWAB WAY WITH 2 LEFT TURN LANES PROPOSED 100’ ROW C 26’ SANITARY SEWER DRAIN STORM WATER LINE STREET SECTIONS SCHWAB WAY TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ 2.0% PARKWAY 9’ 2.0%ROW2.0%2.0% TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ PARKWAY 9’ ROW100’ ROWDEVELOPMENT SCHWAB DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ROW 50’ FROM SETBACK LINEBUILDING SETBACK LINEBUILDING BACK OF CURB 15’ FROM BIKE LANE 10’ 6’ D SCHWAB WAY WITH 2 LEFT TURN LANES PROPOSED 100’ ROW CURB ROLLOVER CURB ROLLOVER MARKERS/BUTTONS REFLECTIVE RAISED DELINEATED WITH MEDIAN TO BE ELECTRIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS 26’ SANITARY SEWER DRAIN STORM WATER LINE ELECTRIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS 26’ SANITARY SEWER DRAIN STORM WATER LINE ELECTRIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS 26’ SANITARY SEWER DRAIN STORM WATER LINE ELECTRIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS * UTILITY DEPTH NOT TO SCALE. A PART OF ANY CONCEPT OR DEVELOPMENT PLAN. THIS IS FOR EXHIBIT PURPOSES ONLY. THIS EXHIBIT IS NOT SCHWAB WAY WITH 2 LEFT TURN LANES & 1 RIGHT TURN LANE PROPOSED 100’ ROW 2.0% 6" CURB 6" CURB 2.0%ROW2.0% 6" CURB 2.0% TURN LANE 10’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ PARKWAY 9’ ROW100’ ROW ROAD CENTER LINEDEVELOPMENT SCHWAB DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ROW 50’ FROM SETBACK LINEBUILDING SETBACK LINEBUILDING BACK OF CURB 15’ FROM 6’ MEDIAN 14’ TURN LANE 10’ 9’1’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ TRAVEL LANE 12’ BIKE LANE 10’ TURN LANE 10’ TURN LANE 10’ TURN LANE 10’CENTER LINEROAD MEDIAN 14’ 22’ 22’ 22’ 22’ DRAFT DATE: 5/11/2017 N G:\JOB\HWA17006_Partnership_Dev\Site\Exhibits\20170213_Street Sections\Schwab Way Sections Per Median Cut Exhibit With Utilities.sht NSCHWAB WAY - PHASE I PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SH 114STREET B (67’ ROW)STREET A (67’ ROW)STREET C (67’ ROW)STREET D (67’ ROW)STREET E (67’ ROW)BY OTHERS DEVELOPMENT 75’ B-B 100’ ROW SIGNALS EXISTING SIGNAL PROPOSED SCHWAB WAY SH 170 1.9 ACRES POD 7 HOTEL OFFICE/ 0 80’160’240’ GRAPHIC SCALE TURNAROUND TRANSITION & TEMPORARY ASPHALT COLORED CONCRETE RAMP STAMPED (STAMPED COLORED CONCRETE) RAISED PEDESTRIAN CROSSING COLORED CONCRETE CROSSWALK PAVERS/COLORED CONCRETE CROSSWALK PAVERS/ COLORED CONCRETE CROSSWALK PAVERS/ COLORED CONCRETE CROSSWALK PAVERS/ FUTURE DRIVE FUTURE DRIVE FUTURE DRIVE A PART OF ANY CONCEPT OR DEVELOPMENT PLAN. THIS IS FOR EXHIBIT PURPOSES ONLY. THIS EXHIBIT IS NOT 2.3 ACRES POD 5 ENTERTAINMENT OFFICE/ 1.7 ACRES POD 3 ENTERTAINMENT OFFICE/ 6.9 ACRES POD 1 RETAIL/HOTEL MIXED USED/OFFICE/ 1.4 ACRES POD 8 OFFICE 2.2 ACRES POD 6 ENTERTAINMENT OFFICE/RETAIL/ MIXED USE/ 1.4 ACRES POD 4 OPEN SPACE RETAIL/ OFFICE/ 6.1 ACRES POD 2 MIXED USED/OFFICE/RETAIL 3.0 ACRES OFFICE/RETAIL BRANCH CHARLES SCHWAB G:\JOB\HWA17006_Partnership_Dev\Site\Exhibits\20170317_SchwabWay\20170317_SchwabWay.dgnTEXAS 114 TEXAS 170 Page 1 of 3 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Action Item Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 TOPIC: Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance for a Site Plan Amendment for an approximately 309.305 acre area of Planned Development District 2 (PD 2). The property is generally located on the south side of State Highway 114, between Davis Boulevard and Westlake Parkway. STAFF CONTACT: Ron Ruthven, Director of Planning & Development Nick Ford, Development Coordinator Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Planned / Responsible Development Citizen, Student & Stakeholder High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) This item includes the proposed addition of a Fidelity Investments monument sign to be located at the southeast corner of State Highway 114 and Westlake Parkway. Ordinance 301/306, which created the PD2 Planning District and the Town’s current sign ordinances, as found in Chapter 70 of the Code of Ordinances, do not include provisions for the monument signage that is proposed. Therefore, any signage outside of what is provided in the Planned Development Zoning District or the Code of Ordinances requires a site plan to be submitted for the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Town Council. It is important to note, however, that in March Page 2 of 3 2016 the Town Council under Ordinance 775 (please see attached) approved entryway/gate signage for Fidelity, which can now be seen at the corner of Westlake/Capital Parkway. SIGN The proposed sign has a height of 40 feet. Materials are to mimic the aforementioned gateway sign as approved by Ordinance 775 and the masonry that can be found on the campus facades. Lighting is to be internally illuminated channel lettering and comply with the dark sky’s regulations of the town. *For reference and similarity, the Charles Schwab monument sign approved by Ordinance 770, is to be 33 feet unless otherwise amended by the Town Council through a future ordinance. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of this item subject to the following conditions: 1. All lighting must comply with the outdoor lighting standards of the town as set out in Section 102-Zoning of the Code of Ordinances. 2. Final determination of sign height shall be at the discretion of the Commission and Town Council. 3. Prior to the issuance of building permits, the property owner may affix a Town of Westlake streetscape logo to the base portion of the sign. Final design and placement of said logo shall require the final approval of the Town Manager or their designee. PLANNING AND ZONING The Planning and Zoning recommended approval of this item with a vote of (5-0). ATTACHMENTS 1. Vicinity Map 2. Proposed Sign Package 3. Ordinance 775 - Approving Fidelity Gateway Signage 4. Purpose of Request by Applicant 5. Letter of Support from Hillwood 6. Town of Westlake Logo Detail 7. Ordinance for consideration Page 3 of 3 Attachment 1: Project Vicinity Map October 12, 2018 Ph: 1 . 800 . 660 . 1838 Fax: 1 . 574 . 237 . 6166 www.siteenhancementservices.com Westlake Campus One Destiny Way Westlake, TX Campus Identifier Location Detail 10' x 10' Sign Base 10' x 10' Sign Base 2 of 12 Campus Identifier Aluminum Panels Painted to match surrounding elements (light poles, etc.) Each Panel: 256 SF Fidelity Letters w/ Trimcaps Internally Illuminated w/ LEDs 104.07 SF Each (Qty 2 total) Stone to match building Footer Night View Mixed San Saba & Milsap or other material to be determined 54"40'-0"32'-0"8'-0"22'-2"8'-0"9'-0"14'-0" 10'-0" Sign Orientation 3 of 12 Top View 10'-0"8'-0" 8'-0"7'-1 1/2"4" 3'- 6 " 10'-0" 9 1/4" 1'-6 1/2"1'-6 1/2"9 1/4" Base Mesh Back Steel Tie Back Steel Angle Saddle Pole Letters PanelPerspective View BackPerspective View Front Campus Identifier - Construction Details Metal lath & mortar joint CMU block Stone veneer Concrete footer Weep holes to be spaced across bottom of all four sides of base. Dowell Front of wall Wall Section Weep holes Stone detail 4 of 12 Campus Identifier - Letter Detail ASSEMBLED LOGO 3 1/2" deep aluminum return painted PPG 25426 Gold (Metallic)1" custom gold trim cap 3M Gold Nugget vinyl 3/16" #7328 White plex face 3M 3630-22 Translucent White Vinyl GE White Tetra Max LED unit "INVESTMENTS" letters are fabricated from 1 ½" thick solid plex. Channels are routed into plex and LED units are mounted to letter backs. A 3/8" white acrylic face fits within the channel and pushes 1/4" past the letter return. All 1 1/2" letters to be mounted 1/2" off wall (matching depth from wall of "FIDELITY" letters and disc). Note: LED patterns shown in letters and logo are for representational purposes only. Exact LED arrays to be per GE's recommendation and to provide even illumination across faces without visible hot spots or shadows. Sign is intended to be installed in accordance with the requirements of article 600 of the National Electrical Code and/or applicable local codes. This includes proper grounding and bonding of the sign. Sign components to be in strict compliance with all UL standards. 3 ½" deep letter return painted White (satin finish) 1" custom white trim cap GE White Tetra Max LEDs Quantity (2) 3M #3630-20 Translucent White Vinyl applied first surface Scale: 3/16"= 1' Utilized Square Footage: 104.07 Each54"37"56 3/8"22'-2" 5 of 12 Photo View 1 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 6 of 12 Photo View 2 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 7 of 12 Photo View 3 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 8 of 12 Photo View 4 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 9 of 12 Photo View 5 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 10 of 12 11 of 12 12 of 12 TOWN OF WESTLAKE ORDINANCE NO. 775 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS,APPROVING A PLANNED DISTRICT (PD) SITE PLAN FOR THE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT#2 (PD 2),ESTABLISHED BY ORDINANCE 306 FOR THE PROPERTY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF HWY 114, WEST OF DAVIS BOULEVARD,AND NORTH OF DOVE ROAD,AND COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE FIDELITY OFFICE CAMPUS, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING A PENALTY CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING FOR A SAVINGS CLAUSE. WHEREAS,the Town of Westlake, Texas is a general law municipality; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake finds it necessary for the public health, safety and welfare that development occur in a controlled and orderly manner; and WHEREAS, there is located within the corporate limits of the Town of Westlake an approximately 309.305 acre tract of land known as the PD 2 zoning district bounded by Dove Road to the south, FM 1938 "Davis Blvd."to the east, and SH 114 to the north, (Exhibit A) on which an Office Campus Development is partially completed; and WHEREAS,because of the size, location, and natural features of the Planning Area PD 2 and the Town's need for public infrastructure, amenities, and services, the Town has a critical interest in the development of Planning Area 2 and is encouraging such development to the highest possible standards of quality consistent with the Town's long-term development vision; and WHEREAS, because of improvements to FM 1938 (Davis Blvd.), further urban growth throughout the region, and other changed conditions that affect the region, the Town believes there are unique and significant opportunities for new development within the Planning Area PD 2 that will be consistent with the Town's long-term development vision; and WHEREAS, following provision of proper legal notice, a public hearing was held on March 21, 2016 by the Planning and Zoning Commission (Commission) whereby the Commission recommended to the Town Council approval of a PD Site Plan as described in attached Exhibit B; and WHEREAS,the Council believes that the interests of the Town, the present and future residents and citizens of the Town, and developers of land within the Town, are best served by adopting this Ordinance, which the Council has determined to be consistent with the 2015 Comprehensive Plan and its Land Use Map, Thoroughfare Plan, and Open Space Plan, all as amended to date; and Ordinance 775 Page 1 of 14 WHEREAS, upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Town Council,of the Town of Westlake, Texas, is of the opinion that it is in the best interests of the Town and its citizens that this PD Site Plan(Exhibit B) should be approved and adopted. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION l: That all matters stated in the preamble are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas does hereby approve the PD Site Plan shown as attached Exhibit B located in PD 2 which is an approximate 309.305 acre tract located on the south side of Hwy 114, west side of Davis Boulevard, and north of Dove Road, as reflected in Exhibit A, also attached hereto. This PD Site Plan shown on attached Exhibit B is approved. SECTION 3: It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, that sections,paragraphs, clauses and phrases of this Ordinance are severable, and if any phrase, clause, sentence,paragraph or section of this Ordinance shall be declared legally invalid or unconstitutional by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such legal invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences,paragraphs or sections of this Ordinance since the same would have been enacted by the Town Council of the Town of Westlake without the incorporation in this Ordinance of any such legally invalid or unconstitutional,phrase, sentence, paragraph or section. SECTION 4: That this Ordinance shall be cumulative of all other Town Ordinances and all other provisions of other Ordinances adopted by the Town which are inconsistent with the terms or provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 5: Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor offense and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in a sum not to exceed Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00) for each separate offense. A separate offense shall be deemed committed upon each day, or part of a day, during which a violation occurs or continues. Ordinance 775 Page 2 of 14 SECTION 6: This ordinance shall take effect immediately from and after its passage as the law in such case provides. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 28th DAY OF MARCH 2016. Laura Wheat, Mayor ATTEST: I 111 U "'C—'A I i_ Kell Edwls, Town Secretary Thomas E. Brymer, o in Ma ager OF APPROV S T RM: s, m L(§ on L'° n Attorney T XAS Ordinance 775 Page 3 of 14 EXHIBITS EXHIBIT A Legal Description of PD 2 District EXHIBIT B PD Site Plan for PD 2—monument sign. Ordinance 775 Page 4 of 14 Exhibit A LEGAL DESCRIPTION 309.305 ACRE TRACT BEING A TRACT OF LAND SITUATED IN THE CHARLES MEDLIN SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 823( DENTON COUNTY), ABSTRACT NUMBER 1084( TARRANT COUNTY), THE MEMUCAN HUNT SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 756(TARRANT COUNTY) AND THE J. BACON SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 2026 (TARRANT COUNTY), TOWN OF WESTLAKE, DENTON AND TARRANT COUNTIES, TEXAS AND BEING ALL OF THE TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO HILLWOOD/ 1088, LTD., RECORDED IN VOLUME 12260, PAGE 1948 OF DEED RECORDS, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS, ALL OF THAT TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO SCOTT BRADLEY AND WIFE KELLY PACE BRADLEY, RECORDED IN VOLUME 6395, PAGE 67 OF DEED RECORDS AND BEING A PORTION OF THAT TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO HILLWOOD/WILLOW BEND, LTD., RECORDED IN VOLUME 11316, PAGE 2235 OF DEED RECORDS, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS AND UNDER COUNTY CLERK'S NUMBER 93-R0075228 OF REAL PROPERTY RECORDS, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A RAILROAD SPIKE, FOUND AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF PRECINCT LINE ROAD (A VARIABLE WIDTH RIGHT-OF-WAY) AND THE CENTERLINE OF ROANOKE-DOVE ROAD (A CALLED 50 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE WITH THE APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF ROANOKE- DOVE ROAD THE FOLLOWING BEARINGS AND DISTANCES S 89° 50'03"W, 1942.81 FEET; N 86° 34'52"W, 550. 83 FEET; N 82028'16"W, 252.07 FEET; S 65° 50' 11" W, 562.77 FEET; S 71° 04'02"W, 198.77 FEET; THENCE N 11° 01' 26"W, 589. 37 FEET, DEPARTING SAID APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE; THENCE N 00° 2655"W1 573. 79 FEET; THENCE N 17° 09' 12" E, 1518. 12 FEET; THENCE N 09007'25"W, 892. 93 FEET, TO THE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT; THENCE WITH SAID NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 1369. 14 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 58° 52' 17", HAVING A RADIUS OF 1332.50 FEET, THE LONG CHORD OF WHICH BEARS N 49 012' 42"E, 1309. 71 FEET; THENCE N 19' 46' 33" E, 318.45 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE HIGHWAY 114 (A VARIABLE WIDTH RIGHT-OF-WAY); CAB Job No. 981498010 S# CRT July 9, 1998 J:\JOB\98149801\SUR\WP\LEG\OVERALL.WPD Page 1 of 2 s THENCE WITH SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY THE FOLLOWING COURSES AND DISTANCES N 70° 39'43" E, 64.29 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT; WITH SAID NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 443.43 FEET, Ordinance 775 Page 5 of 14 INVOICE Star-Telegram Customer ID: TOW27 808 Throckmorron St.Invoice Number: 337376631 FORT WORTH,TX 76102 817)390-7761 Invoice Date:4/1/2016 Federal Tax ID 26-2674582 Terms: Net due in 21 days Due Date: 4/30/2016 Bill To: PO Number: TOWN OF WESTLAKE 1301 SOLANA BLVD Order Number: 33737663 BLDG 4 STE 4202 Sales Rep: 073 WESTLAKE, TX 76262-7940 Description: TOWN OF WESTLA Publication Dates: 3/31/2016-4/1/2016 Description tion Col Depth"' Linage MU Rate' Amount TOWN OF WESTLAKE ORDINANCE NO. 13580 1 32 32 LINE 6.14 392.84 m' OyVhC OF WEST"LKE Misc Fee ORDINANCE NM47575 10.00ANODINAIVC + ,THE COUNCIL OF THE TOWN`" OF_, A PLTANNN550 DISTRICT(PD;'SITE PLANFOR THE PLANNED DE- VELOMENT bISTRICT` °(PD"s) ESTABLISHED 6Y ORDINANCE 309 Net Amount: 402.84 FOR THE PROPERTY FSENERALLY LOCATED ON`THE SOUTH SIDE OF HWY'U4, WEST OF T)AVIS BOU- LEVARO AND (NORTH OF DOVE ROA ANI)COMMONLY KNO "N'AS I EFIDELITYOFFIt CA#W AS, PROVIDINr AN EFFE+ INE DATE; PRokt 0 A C , AND'PRDV DING FOR A SAVIRd CLAoSE S TICr A" men- DEBORAH JEAN BAYLOR Irda ig Y"<of'000 ohs Notary Public.State of Texas tt.hy i#y nrclit h e hall 0e dem" Y My Commission Expires and upon conVlctron Ilrera sl'shetl'Fae.a, October 29, 2039 County o Tarrant wo Thousand Do larsT( 00000) for each separate offense.A,sep- arate-offense.shall" be,deened . Before me a rotary committed upon each day,or partCommdav:during which a vlolat"ion ,'State, this day persona!!y appeared Christy fofland,Bids d LegalCoordinrztoroccursorcontinues.PASSED AND for the Star e£egram" Ai PA ROV"E D,ON THIS 'DAY Inc.at Fort Worthin Tarrant County,TeXas:and who after being duy sworn, did depose and say that the attached clipping of advertisement was published in the above named paper on the listed dates: BIDS&LBGALS DEPT Star-Telegram.(i SUBSCRIBED AND SWORNTO BEFOREME, THIS DAA'OF AApril ep(& 2016 Signed rOT 'Z'71BLIC F Thank You For Your Payment Remit To: Star-Telegram Customer ID: TOW27 P.O. BOX 901051 Customer Name: TOWN OF WESTLAKE FORT WORTH, TX 76101-2051 Invoice Number: 337376631 Invoice Amount: 402.84 PO Number: Amount Enclosed: $ THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 04° 25'08", HAVING A RADIUS OF 5749.58 FEET, THE LONG CHORD OF WHICH BEARS S 72 008'30" E, 443.32 FEET; S 63° 32' 03" E, 238.74 FEET; N 84° 41' 23"E, 154.28 FEET; S 76 041' 49"E, 119.54 FEET; S 45°55'45"E, 116. 36 FEET; S 75° 22' 11" E, 296.05 FEET; N 69 029'26" E, 98.90 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT; WITH SAID NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 204.65 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 02 003' 13", HAVING A RADIUS OF 5709.58 FEET, THE LONG CHORD OF WHICH BEARS S 72° 10'21" E, 204.64 FEET; S 71- 03-31" E, 736.07 FEET, TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID HILLWOODMILLOW BEND TRACT, IN THE APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF AFOREMENTIONED PRECINCT LINE ROAD; THENCE S 00' 30' 00" E, 1386.00 FEET; THENCE S 23° 5544"W, 87. 29 FEET; THENCE N 89° 19'34"W, 164.44 FEET; THENCE S 06° 48' 13"W, 137.96 FEET; THENCE S 89 043'41" E, 50.00 FEET; THENCE S 00° 16' 19"W, 2147.22 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND CONTAINING 13, 473,328 SQUARE FEET OR 309. 305 ACRES OF LAND MORE OR LESS. LEGAL DESCRIPTION 309.305 ACRE TRACT BEING A TRACT OF LAND SITUATED IN THE CHARLES MEDLIN SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 823( DENTON COUNTY), ABSTRACT NUMBER 1084( TARRANT COUNTY), THE MEMUCAN HUNT SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 756(TARRANT COUNTY) AND THE J. BACON SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 2026 (TARRANT COUNTY), TOWN OF WESTLAKE, DENTON AND TARRANT COUNTIES, TEXAS AND BEING ALL OF THE TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO HILLWOOD/ 1088, LTD., RECORDED IN VOLUME 12260, PAGE 1948 OF DEED RECORDS, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS, ALL OF THAT TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO SCOTT BRADLEY AND WIFE KELLY PACE BRADLEY, RECORDED IN VOLUME 6395, PAGE 67 OF DEED RECORDS AND BEING A PORTION OF THAT TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO HILLWOOD/WILLOW BEND, LTD., RECORDED IN VOLUME 11316, PAGE 2235 OF DEED RECORDS, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS AND UNDER COUNTY CLERK'S NUMBER 93-R0075228 OF REAL PROPERTY RECORDS, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A RAILROAD SPIKE, FOUND AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF PRECINCT LINE ROAD (A VARIABLE WIDTH RIGHT-OF-WAY) AND THE CENTERLINE OF ROANOKE-DOVE ROAD (A CALLED 50 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE WITH THE APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF ROANOKE- DOVE ROAD THE FOLLOWING BEARINGS AND DISTANCES S 89° 50'03"W, 1942.81 FEET; N 86° 34'52"W, 550. 83 FEET; N 82028'16"W, 252.07 FEET; Ordinance 775 Page 6 of 14 S 65° 50' 11" W, 562.77 FEET; S 71° 04'02"W, 198.77 FEET; THENCE N 11° 01' 26"W, 589. 37 FEET, DEPARTING SAID APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE; THENCE N 00° 2655"W, 573. 79 FEET; THENCE N 17° 09' 12" E, 1518. 12 FEET; THENCE N 09007'25"W, 892. 93 FEET, TO THE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT; THENCE WITH SAID NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 1369. 14 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 58° 52' 17", HAVING A RADIUS OF 1332.50 FEET, THE LONG CHORD OF WHICH BEARS N 49 012' 42"E, 1309. 71 FEET; THENCE N 19' 46' 33" E, 318.45 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE HIGHWAY 114 (A VARIABLE WIDTH RIGHT-OF-WAY); CAB Job No. 981498010 S# CRT July 9, 1998 J:\JOB\98149801\SUR\WP\LEG\OVERALL.WPD Page 1 of 2 s THENCE WITH SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY THE FOLLOWING COURSES AND DISTANCES N 70° 39'43" E, 64.29 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT; WITH SAID NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 443.43 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 04° 25'08", HAVING A RADIUS OF 5749.58 FEET, THE LONG CHORD OF WHICH BEARS S 72 008'30" E, 443.32 FEET; S 63° 32' 03" E, 238.74 FEET; N 84° 41' 23"E, 154.28 FEET; S 76 041' 49"E, 119.54 FEET; S 45°55'45"E, 116. 36 FEET; S 75° 22' 11" E, 296.05 FEET; N 69 029'26" E, 98.90 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT; WITH SAID NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 204.65 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 02 003' 13", HAVING A RADIUS OF 5709.58 FEET, THE LONG CHORD OF WHICH BEARS S 72° 10'21" E, 204.64 FEET; S 71- 03-31" E, 736.07 FEET, TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID HILLWOODMILLOW BEND TRACT, IN THE APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF AFOREMENTIONED PRECINCT LINE ROAD; THENCE S 00° 30' 00" E, 1386.00 FEET; THENCE S 23° 5544"W, 87. 29 FEET; THENCE N 89° 19'34"W, 164.44 FEET; THENCE S 06° 48' 13"W, 137.96 FEET; THENCE S 89 043'41" E, 50.00 FEET; THENCE S 00° 16' 19"W, 2147.22 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND CONTAINING 13, 473,328 SQUARE FEET OR 309.305 ACRES OF LAND MORE OR LESS. Ordinance 775 Page 7 of 14 EXHIBIT B FIDELITY CAMPUS SIGN PD SITE PLAN Westlake,TX PRIMARY&SECONDARY LOCATIONS Primary(Option 1) Primary(Ontion lj L Seeandtr> s J _ ji h A Proximity to Property Line FIDETY ISCHEWTICQEVGNREVISIONWROORISSIAPRIL Lg2015 Owder Ordinance 775 Page 8 of 14 SUBMITTAL GATEWAY SUN-APPROACH PHOTOS OF SIGNC:' Y5.311. 4 Ordinance 775 Page 9 of 14 Journey (Original Preferred Option) Influenced by the Fidelity campaign"Tum HeW'vocabulary,the signage form emerges from and interactswith the surrounding landscape to revel the Fidelity logo.Flexible from site-to-site,each curve is bold but purposeful— suggestingdirection,guidance and momentum. Inspiration Perspective(Westlake) Materials A A View A:Front Vim B:Side Plan Gensler N©VEMBER02,2015 y Ordinance 775 Page 10 of 14 GATEWAY SIGN PLAN VIEW Y I v,K r1 I:EUTTERS 1 A 1 A-3-TO F,TANT OF LET-ERS r-- - -- FIDELITY GATEWAY SIGN JANUMUS,2016 Gensler SIGN VIEWS ROAD APPROACH 4- YenY s SITE V ENS d If VIEW A VIEW B FIDELITY GATEWAYSIGN JANUARY 2S,2016 Gensler Ordinance 775 Page 11 of 14 Inspiration Images journey;(DpLior 1, Viev.prom Seaard;ry A.],'OaCI Jr View from Primary Appmath i._,; •om 3^_nr.I c•n Plan View Alternate View from Primary Approach Gensler NOVFMBER02,2015 I(Ifjl Ordinance 775 Page 12 of 14 GATEWAY SIGN ELEVATION F VROLUEDCOR-TEN STEEL WITH r TH-STAINLESS STEEL LETTERS MOUNTED TO THE FACE FLUSH-IN-GRADE,ASYMMETRIC-FORWARD-THROW,3000K LINEAR WHITE LED LUMINAIRES SEGMENTEd TO FOLLOW THE ARC AND PLACED 12"TO 18'OUT AS DETERMINED BY MOCKUPS. FOR THE ROUGHLY 12 FEET OF LETTERINGILOGO A 16 ARC OF FIXTURES ISANTICIPATED, AND FOR THE RETURN HOOKAT THE RIGHT SIDE ANOTHER 61SASSUMED- FEDELITY GATEWAY SIGN JANUARY 25,2016 V'1ww4w Ordinance 775 Page 13 of 14 Approximate Dimensions z 1" 24, i z• I Plan Viae IL Elc ation Gensler N0VEMBER@,2©15 eJ//yr Ordinance 775 Page 14 of 14 3"-0" DIA.2' - 9 1/2"3' - 7 1/4"1"2A4.02PRE-WEATHERED CORTENSTEEL, SEAL BEFOREINSTALLATIONBACK-LIT LOGO,RE: ELECTRICAL,LOGO AVAILABLEUPON REQUESTPREWEATHEREDCORTEN STEEL,SEAL BEFOREINSTALLATIONDIA.3' - 0"GALV. STEEL PINS,1/2" x 10" LONG,EPOXY GROUT INTO CMUA MIN. OF 4" INTO CMU1' - 1"4"2"NOTE:SIGN NOT TO EXTENDMORE THAN MAX. 4"FROM FACE OF MASONRY4"4"11065DLANORE.HORT O N ATTS XETEFOSAREGISTEREDARCHIT E C T DATE:REVISED:STATUS:DESIGNED BY:DRAWN BY:JOB NO:PROJECT NAME:September 24, 20135126SHEET NO.SCALE:Electrical EngineersIrrigation DesignerYAGGI ENGINEERING, INC.James Pole Irrigation Consultants5840 W. 1-20, Suite 270Arlington, Texas 76017(817) 483-2373 FAX (817) 482-4233100 West Oak Street, Suite 106Denton, Texas 76201(940) 243-2364 FAX (940) 382-2475AS SHOWNSchrickel, Rollins and Associates, Inc.Landscape Architecture Civil Engineering Planning1161 Corporate Drive WestSuite 200Arlington, Texas 76006Phone 817 649 3216Metro 817 640 8212Fax 817 659 7645F.M. 1938 PHASE III2013 SRA, INC. BID SETF.M. 1938 - PHASE IIILANDSCAPEENHANCEMENTSStructural EngineersDon Illingworth and Assoc., Inc.2401 Ave. J., Suite 206Arlington, Texas 76006(817) 649-1544TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS9/24/2013DETAILSMBRWA4.02SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"LOGO DETAIL1SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"LOGO SECTION21. CONTRACTORS SHALL NOT SCALE THESE DRAWINGS FOR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSE. INTHE EVENT OF OMISSION OF NECESSARY DIMENSIONS, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFYARCHITECT.2. VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS, CONDITIONS, AND GRADES AT JOB SITE.3. VERIFY SIZE, LOCATION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF ALL WORK AND EQUIPMENT TO BEFURNISHED BY OWNER OR OTHERS, WITH MANUF. OR SUPPLIER BEFORE ANYCONSTRUCTION PERTAINING TO SAME IS BEGUN. VERIFY SIZE AND LOCATION OF ALLOPENINGS FOR MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND WORK WITH CONTRACTORS INVOLVED.GENERAL NOTES4.IF DISCREPANCIES APPEAR BETWEEN THE DRAWINGS AND THE SPECIFICATIONS, THE HIGHERQUALITY, QUANTITY AND PRICE SHALL SUPERCEDE.5.6. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE PROJECT AND THEON-SITE/OFF-SITE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING OR COMMENCING WORK.7. DIMENSIONS ARE TO FINISH FACE OF MASONRY UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.8. MASONRY DIMENSIONS ARE NOMINAL UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.9. COORDINATE SITE UTILITIES AND ALL OTHER TRADES AS REQUIRED. REFER TO CIVIL, LANDSCAPE,STRUCTURAL AND MEP FOR MORE INFORMATION10.11.ALL CONDUIT TO BE CONCEALED WITHIN WALLS, PARTITIONS OR STRUCTURE UNLESS NOTEDOTHERWISE. EXPOSED CONDUIT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.ANY UTILITY SHUTDOWNS AFFECTING ANY OCCUPIED SPACES NEED TO BE COORDINATED ANDAPPROVED BY OWNER.12. ALL MATERIAL, LABOR, COORDINATION AND SUPERVISION IS BY THE GENERAL CONTRACTORUNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED "BY OWNER" OR "NIC". GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALLCOORDINATE, INSTALL AND /OR CONNECT EQUIPMENT NOTED "OWNER FURNISHED".13. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODEENFORCEMENT AUTHORITIES AND THE LOCAL FIRE MARSHALL, VERIFY ALL REQUIREMENTSAND EQUIPMENT, AND FURNISH AND INSTALL ALL ELECTRICAL ITEMS NECESSARY FORPROPER INSTALLATION IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE GUIDELINES ANDINTERPRETATIONS SET FORTH BY THESE GOVERNING LOCAL AUTHORITIES, ABOVE ANDBEYOND ALL BASIC ELECTRICAL AND FIRE ALARM REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN THE NEC ANDNFPA. ALLOWANCE TO BE MADE FOR THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS FAILURE TOCOORDINATE ALL SUCH REQUIREMENTS WITH SAID LOCAL AUTHORITIES.14. SITE VERIFY LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITY SERVICE CONNECTIONS. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDEALL MATERIAL / LABOR / COORDINATION REQUIRED TO EXTEND SERVICE.THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS TO VERIFY ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS / EXISTING DIMENSIONSAND NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT OF AN DISCREPANCIES IN THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS THATWOULD NOT ALLOW THE PROJECT TO BE CONSTRUCTED AS SHOWN.15. ALL WORK IS TO BE PERFORMED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF ALLGOVERNING CODES AND ORDINANCES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STATE BUILDINGCODES WITH LOCAL AMENDMENTS, TEXAS ACCESSIBILITY STANDARD, AMERICANS' WITHDISABILITIES ACT (ADA), OSHA REGULATIONS AND ALL AGENCIES HAVING JURISDICTION.16. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND ALL SUBCONTRACTORS SHALL VERIFY IN THE FIELD ALLCONDITIONS EFFECTING THEIR WORK.17. ALL WORK OF THE PROJECT SHALL BE PERFORMED CAREFULLY AND SKILLFULLY BY WORKERSADEPT IN THEIR TRADES.18. CARE SHALL BE TAKEN TO AVOID DISTURBANCE ON ADJACENT FUNCTIONS / BUILDINGS. ALLWORK, DELIVERIES AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION RELATED ACTIVITIES SHALL ADHERE IN STRICTACCORDANCE TO THE LOCAL RESTRICTIONS AND CONDITIONS. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS TOHAVE A COPY OF SAID REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS AVAILABLE AT THE JOB SITE AT ALLTIMES FOR REVIEW.19. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE THOROUGH COORDINATION OF ALLTRADES. NO CLAIMS FOR ADDITIONAL WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR WORK RELATED TOSUCH COORDINATION.20. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL EXAMINE THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND SHALL BEINFORMED OF THE ENTIRE CONTENTS THEREOF PRIOR TO SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL. ANYERRORS OR AMBIGUITIES NOTED DURING SAID EXAMINATION SHALL BE IMMEDIATELYBROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT, PRIOR TO THE SUBMISSION OF A BID. THEARCHITECT WILL ISSUE AN ADDENDUM OF INTERPRETATION OF THE CITED ERROR ORAMBIGUITY. NO SUBSEQUENT CLAIM FOR EXTRA WORK WILL BE ALLOWED ON ACCOUNT OFCLAIMED MISUNDERSTANDING OF THE MEANING OR INTENT OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTSOF ANY PORTION THEREOF IN THE ITEM OCCASIONING THE CLAIM APPEARED IN, OR WASINFERABLE FROM SAID CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AS FURNISHED FOR BIDDING.21. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL CHECK AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS. ELEVATIONS ANDCONDITIONS AT THE SITE PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF WORK AND NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT INWRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES IN PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS BEFORE PROCEEDING. Ordinance 871 Page 1 of 4 TOWN OF WESTLAKE ORDINANCE NO. 871 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE APPROVING A SITE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 309.305-ACRE AREA OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 2 (PD2) ESTABLISHED BY ORDINANCE 306. THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 114, NORTH OF DOVE ROAD, EAST WEST OF WESTLAKE PARKWAY, AND WEST OF DAVIS BLVD. PROVIDING A PENALTY; PROVIDING A CUMULATIVE CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE; AUTHORIZING PUBLICATION; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake, Texas is a general law municipality; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake finds it necessary for the public health, safety and welfare that development occur in a controlled and orderly manner; and WHEREAS, in July 1998, the Town Council approved Ordinance 301 establishing the approximately 309-acre Planned Development District 2 (PD2) zoning district; and WHEREAS, in August 1998, the Town Council approved Ordinance 306 establishing development standards for the 309-acre Planned Development District 2 (PD2) zoning district; and WHEREAS, in March 2016, the Town Council approved Ordinance 775 establishing a site plan for signage within the PD2 zoning district; and WHEREAS, there is located within the corporate limits of the Town of Westlake an approximately 309-acre tract of land known as Planned Development District 2 (PD2), bounded by Dove Road to the south, Westlake Parkway to the west, Davis Blvd to the east, and State Highway 114 to the north, depicted in attached Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, because of the size, location, and natural features of Planned Development District 2 and the Town's need for public infrastructure, amenities, and economic development, the Town has a critical interest in the development of Planned Development District 2 and is encouraging such development to the highest possible standards of quality consistent with the Town's long-term development vision; and WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission recommended to the Town Council approval of the plans depicted in attached Exhibit B on October 15, 2018, subject to certain specific conditions; and Ordinance 871 Page 2 of 4 WHEREAS, following provision of proper legal notice, including written notice to owners within 200 feet of the subject property, published notice and posted notice in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act of public hearing, a public hearing was held on October 29, 2018, by the Town Council; and WHEREAS, upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, is of the opinion that it is in the best interests of the Town and its citizens that the site plan depicted in Exhibit B, should be approved and adopted. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That all matters stated in the preamble are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That Ordinance 301 of the Town of Westlake, Texas, is hereby amended by this Ordinance amending Planned Development District 2 (PD2) described and depicted in attached Exhibit A. PD2 shall be subject to the site plan shown in Exhibit B. SECTION 3: That the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas does hereby approve the site plan shown as attached Exhibit B and located in PD2, which is an approximately 309.305-acre tract located south of Hwy 114, east of Westlake Parkway, north of Dove Road, and west of Davis Blvd, as reflected in Exhibit A, also attached hereto. The site plan shown on attached Exhibit B is approved subject to the following conditions: 1. Lighting for the signage must be consistent with the Town of Westlake outdoor lighting standards and ordinances as from time to time amended. 2. Prior to the issuance of building permits, the property owner may affix a Town of Westlake streetscape logo to the base portion of the sign. Final design and placement of said logo shall require the final approval of the Town Manager or their designee. SECTION 4: That this Ordinance shall be cumulative of all other Town Ordinances and all other provisions of other Ordinances adopted by the Town which are inconsistent with the terms or provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 5: That any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions or terms of this ordinance shall be subject to the same penalty as provided for in the Code of Ordinances of the Town of Westlake, and upon conviction shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed the sum of Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00) for each offense. Each day that a violation is permitted to exist shall constitute a separate offense. SECTION 6: That any person violating any provision of this Chapter may be issued a citation and upon conviction thereof, the person shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and punished as provided in subsection 1-9 of the Code of Ordinance of the Town of Westlake. Ordinance 871 Page 3 of 4 Each 24-hour period of violation, and each separate act or condition in violation of this Chapter, shall constitute a separate offense. SECTION 7: It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, that sections, paragraphs, clauses and phrases of this Ordinance are severable, and if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section of this Ordinance shall be declared legally invalid or unconstitutional by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such legal invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs or sections of this Ordinance since the same would have been enacted by the Town Council of the Town of Westlake without the incorporation in this Ordinance of any such legally invalid or unconstitutional, phrase, sentence, paragraph or section. SECTION 8: This ordinance shall take effect immediately from and after its passage as the law in such case provides. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 29TH DAY OCTOBER OF 2018. _____________________________ ATTEST: Laura Wheat, Mayor ____________________________ ______________________________ Kelly Edwards, Town Secretary Thomas E. Brymer, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: ____________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney Ordinance 871 Page 4 of 4 EXHIBITS EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION PD2 EXHIBIT B FIDELITY SITE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR MONUMENT SIGNAGE Exhibit A LEGAL DESCRIPTION 309.305 ACRE TRACT BEING A TRACT OF LAND SITUATED IN THE CHARLES MEDLIN SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 823( DENTON COUNTY), ABSTRACT NUMBER 1084( TARRANT COUNTY), THE MEMUCAN HUNT SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 756(TARRANT COUNTY) AND THE J. BACON SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 2026 (TARRANT COUNTY), TOWN OF WESTLAKE, DENTON AND TARRANT COUNTIES, TEXAS AND BEING ALL OF THE TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO HILLWOOD/ 1088, LTD., RECORDED IN VOLUME 12260, PAGE 1948 OF DEED RECORDS, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS, ALL OF THAT TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO SCOTT BRADLEY AND WIFE KELLY PACE BRADLEY, RECORDED IN VOLUME 6395, PAGE 67 OF DEED RECORDS AND BEING A PORTION OF THAT TRACT OF LAND CONVEYED TO HILLWOOD/WILLOW BEND, LTD., RECORDED IN VOLUME 11316, PAGE 2235 OF DEED RECORDS, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS AND UNDER COUNTY CLERK'S NUMBER 93-R0075228 OF REAL PROPERTY RECORDS, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A RAILROAD SPIKE, FOUND AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF PRECINCT LINE ROAD (A VARIABLE WIDTH RIGHT-OF-WAY) AND THE CENTERLINE OF ROANOKE-DOVE ROAD (A CALLED 50 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE WITH THE APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE OF ROANOKE- DOVE ROAD THE FOLLOWING BEARINGS AND DISTANCES S 89° 50'03"W, 1942.81 FEET; N 86° 34'52"W, 550. 83 FEET; N 82028'16"W, 252.07 FEET; S 65° 50' 11" W, 562.77 FEET; S 71° 04'02"W, 198.77 FEET; THENCE N 11° 01' 26"W, 589. 37 FEET, DEPARTING SAID APPROXIMATE CENTERLINE; THENCE N 00° 2655"W1 573. 79 FEET; THENCE N 17° 09' 12" E, 1518. 12 FEET; THENCE N 09007'25"W, 892. 93 FEET, TO THE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT; THENCE WITH SAID NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 1369. 14 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 58° 52' 17", HAVING A RADIUS OF 1332.50 FEET, THE LONG CHORD OF WHICH BEARS N 49 012' 42"E, 1309. 71 FEET; THENCE N 19' 46' 33" E, 318.45 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE HIGHWAY 114 (A VARIABLE WIDTH RIGHT-OF-WAY); CAB Job No. 981498010 S# CRT July 9, 1998 J:\JOB\98149801\SUR\WP\LEG\OVERALL.WPD Page 1 of 2 s THENCE WITH SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY THE FOLLOWING COURSES AND DISTANCES N 70° 39'43" E, 64.29 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT; WITH SAID NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 443.43 FEET, Ordinance 871 October 12, 2018 Ph: 1 . 800 . 660 . 1838 Fax: 1 . 574 . 237 . 6166 www.siteenhancementservices.com Westlake Campus One Destiny Way Westlake, TX Ordinance 871 Campus Identifier Location Detail 10' x 10' Sign Base 10' x 10' Sign Base 2 of 12 Ordinance 871 Campus Identifier Aluminum Panels Painted to match surrounding elements (light poles, etc.) Each Panel: 256 SF Fidelity Letters w/ Trimcaps Internally Illuminated w/ LEDs 104.07 SF Each (Qty 2 total) Stone to match building Footer Night View Mixed San Saba & Milsap or other material to be determined 54"40'-0"32'-0"8'-0"22'-2"8'-0"9'-0"14'-0" 10'-0" Sign Orientation 3 of 12 Ordinance 871 Top View 10'-0"8'-0" 8'-0"7'-1 1/2"4" 3'- 6 " 10'-0" 9 1/4" 1'-6 1/2"1'-6 1/2"9 1/4" Base Mesh Back Steel Tie Back Steel Angle Saddle Pole Letters PanelPerspective View BackPerspective View Front Campus Identifier - Construction Details Metal lath & mortar joint CMU block Stone veneer Concrete footer Weep holes to be spaced across bottom of all four sides of base. Dowell Front of wall Wall Section Weep holes Stone detail 4 of 12 Ordinance 871 Campus Identifier - Letter Detail ASSEMBLED LOGO 3 1/2" deep aluminum return painted PPG 25426 Gold (Metallic)1" custom gold trim cap 3M Gold Nugget vinyl 3/16" #7328 White plex face 3M 3630-22 Translucent White Vinyl GE White Tetra Max LED unit "INVESTMENTS" letters are fabricated from 1 ½" thick solid plex. Channels are routed into plex and LED units are mounted to letter backs. A 3/8" white acrylic face fits within the channel and pushes 1/4" past the letter return. All 1 1/2" letters to be mounted 1/2" off wall (matching depth from wall of "FIDELITY" letters and disc). Note: LED patterns shown in letters and logo are for representational purposes only. Exact LED arrays to be per GE's recommendation and to provide even illumination across faces without visible hot spots or shadows. Sign is intended to be installed in accordance with the requirements of article 600 of the National Electrical Code and/or applicable local codes. This includes proper grounding and bonding of the sign. Sign components to be in strict compliance with all UL standards. 3 ½" deep letter return painted White (satin finish) 1" custom white trim cap GE White Tetra Max LEDs Quantity (2) 3M #3630-20 Translucent White Vinyl applied first surface Scale: 3/16"= 1' Utilized Square Footage: 104.07 Each54"37"56 3/8"22'-2" 5 of 12 Ordinance 871 Photo View 1 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 6 of 12 Ordinance 871 Photo View 2 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 7 of 12 Ordinance 871 Photo View 3 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 8 of 12 Ordinance 871 Photo View 4 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 9 of 12 Ordinance 871 Photo View 5 Image shown is approximate. Scaling based on site features. Flag test not performed for this sign location. 10 of 12 Ordinance 871 11 of 12 Ordinance 871 12 of 12 Ordinance 871 EXECUTIVE SESSION The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Section 551.087 Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations (1) to discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information that the governmental body has received from a business prospect that the governmental body seeks to have locate, stay, or expand in or near the territory of the governmental body and with which the governmental body is conducting economic development negotiations; or (2) to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect described by Subdivision (1) for the following: - Charles Schwab - BRE Solana - Maguire Partners-Solana Land, L.P., related to Centurion’s development known as Entrada and Granada Town Council Item # 8 – Executive Session Town Council Item # 9 – Reconvene Council Meeting NECESSARY ACTION a. Section 551.087 Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations (1) to discuss or deliberate regarding commercial or financial information that the governmental body has received from a business prospect that the governmental body seeks to have locate, stay, or expand in or near the territory of the governmental body and with which the governmental body is conducting economic development negotiations; or (2) to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect described by Subdivision (1) for the following: - Charles Schwab - BRE Solana - Maguire Partners-Solana Land, L.P., related to Centurion’s development known as Entrada and Granada Town Council Item #10 – Necessary Action FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS: Any Council member may request at a workshop and / or Council meeting, under “Future Agenda Item Requests”, an agenda item for a future Council meeting. The Council Member making the request will contact the Town Manager with the requested item and the Town Manager will list it on the agenda. At the meeting, the requesting Council Member will explain the item, the need for Council discussion of the item, the item’s relationship to the Council’s strategic priorities, and the amount of estimated staff time necessary to prepare for Council discussion. If the requesting Council Member receives a second, the Town Manager will place the item on the Council agenda calendar allowing for adequate time for staff preparation on the agenda item. Council Member Rennhack - Understand why commercial property values are declining in a market with commercial pricing sky rocketing and Residential values are steadily increasing. Wondering if this is just Westlake or Tarrant County Town Council Item # 11 – Future Agenda Items Town Council Item # 12 – Adjournment Regular Session