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03-01-21 Joint TC BOT Agenda packetTC/BOT Agenda – 03/01/21 Page 1 of 4 TOWN OF WESTLAKE TOWN COUNCIL AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY BOARD OF TRUSTEES JOINT MEETING AGENDA 1500 SOLANA BLVD, BUILDING 7, SUITE 7100, COUNCIL CHAMBER WESTLAKE, TX 76262 March 1, 2021 VIA VIRTUAL MEETING 5:00 P.M. In accordance with Order of the Office of the Governor issued March 16, 2020 and March 19, 2020, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake and the Board of Trustees of Westlake Academy will conduct this joint virtual meeting at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 1, 2021 by video and telephonic conference in order to advance the public health goal of limiting face-to-face meetings (also called "social distancing") to slow the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). There will be no public access to the physical location described above. A recording of the virtual meeting will be made and will be available to the public in accordance with the Open Meetings Act. Instructions for public participation in the meeting by video conference and telephonic conference are as follows: By Video: By Telephone: Link: http://bit.ly/tcbot030121 Local: (346) 248-7799 Webinar ID: 896 1433 4924 Webinar ID: 896 1433 4924 Passcode: 644494 Passcode: 644494 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. Regular Session 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. CITIZEN COMMENTS: This is an opportunity for citizens to address the Council on any matter whether or not it is posted on the agenda. For those joining by videoconference: Any person desiring to make a public comment using a Windows computer must first press the “Raise Hand” button on the screen. Alternatively, the Alt+Y keyboard shortcut may be used to raise or lower their hand. Any person desiring to make a public comment using a Mac computer must first press the “Raise Hand” button on the screen. Alternatively, the Option+Y keyboard shortcut may be used to raise or lower their hand. For those joining by teleconference: Any person desiring to make a public comment must first press star-nine (*9) on their telephone keypad to “Raise their hand” to speak. Persons joining the meeting by teleconference may mute and unmute their phones by pressing star- 6 (*6). TC/BOT Agenda – 03/01/21 Page 2 of 4 Citizens will be placed in a queue based on the order the hands were raised. The presiding officer will recognize callers based on the order of the queue, where they will be asked to state their name and address. Individual citizen comments are normally limited to three (3) minutes; however, time limits can be adjusted by the presiding officer. The presiding officer may ask the citizen to hold their comment on an agenda item if the item is posted as a Public Hearing. 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. 3.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. 4.CONSENT AGENDA: All items listed below are considered routine by the Town Council and Board of Trustees 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.Consideration of WA Resolution 21-02, approving a Waiver for Missed School Days and Professional Development Days. b.Consideration of WA Resolution 21-03, authorizing compensation to be paid to Employees during the inclement weather period. c.Consider approval of Resolution 21-05, amending Resolution 09-02 that established a Policy for Naming Town Owned Facilities and Parks, and to provide guidelines and standards for the submission of individuals or entities for naming opportunities. d.Consideration of Resolution 21-06, authorizing changes to the signers on all Town of Westlake Solana PID depository accounts with US Bank. 5.CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION OF WESTLAKE ACADEMY’S 2020 ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT. 6.PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION REGARDING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, INCLUDING UPDATES AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON MUNICIPAL AND ACADEMIC OPERATIONS. 7.CONSIDER RESOLUTION 21-07, APPROVING A ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT FOR STREET “G” LOCATED BETWEEN SCHWAB WAY AND SH 170. TC/BOT Agenda – 03/01/21 Page 3 of 4 8. EXECUTIVE SESSION: The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Sec 551.076 – Deliberation Regarding Security Devices or Security Audit to deliberate: (1) the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation of security personnel or devices; or (2) a security audit. b. 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: - Front 44 - Entrada - Project “YYZ” - Potential development on 55.12 acres located at Tracts 7C, 7F, 7G, 7H, 7L and 7M Abstract 648, William Huff Survey, Town of Westlake, Texas, and more generally located at the northeast corner of U.S. Highway 377 and State Highway 170. c. Section 551.071(2) Consultation with Attorney – to seek advice of counsel on matters in which the duty of the Town Attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code - FM 1938 access for proposed Southlake development. d. 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 e. Section 551.071 - Discussion with the Town Attorney regarding pending, threatened, or contemplated litigation regarding BRS. 9. RECONVENE MEETING 10. TAKE ANY ACTION, IF NEEDED, FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS. 11. COUNCIL RECAP/STAFF DIRECTION 12. 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 TC/BOT Agenda – 03/01/21 Page 4 of 4 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. 13. 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 551.07187 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, February 26, 2021, by 5:00 p.m. under the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. _____________________________________ Todd Wood, Town Secretary If you plan to attend this public meeting and have a disability that requires special needs, please advise the Town Secretary’s Office 48 hours in advance at 817-490-5711 and reasonable accommodations will be made to assist you. CITIZEN COMMENTS: This is an opportunity for citizens to address the Council on any matter whether or not it is posted on the agenda. For those joining by videoconference: Any person desiring to make a public comment using a Windows computer must first press the “Raise Hand” button on the screen. Alternatively, the Alt+Y keyboard shortcut may be used to raise or lower their hand. Any person desiring to make a public comment using a Mac computer must first press the “Raise Hand” button on the screen. Alternatively, the Option+Y keyboard shortcut may be used to raise or lower their hand. For those joining by teleconference: Any person desiring to make a public comment must first press star-nine (*9) on their telephone keypad to “Raise their hand” to speak. Persons joining the meeting by teleconference my mute and unmute their phones by pressing star-6 (*6). Citizens will be placed in a queue based on the order the hands were raised. The presiding officer will recognize callers based on the order of the queue, where they will be asked to state their name and address. Individual citizen comments are normally limited to three (3) minutes; however, time limits can be adjusted by the presiding officer. The presiding officer may ask the citizen to hold their comment on an agenda item if the item is posted as a Public Hearing. 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 and Board of Trustees Item #2 – Citizen Comments 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. Calendar of Meetings/Events: Joint Town Council/Board of Trustees Meeting Monday, March 1, 2021; 5:00 pm* Westlake Town Hall, Solana Terrace-Bldg.7, Suite 7100 - via Teleconferencing Planning & Zoning Meeting Monday, March 8, 2021; 5:00 pm* Westlake Town Hall, Solana Terrace-Bldg.7, Suite 7100 - via Teleconferencing Westlake Academy CLOSED for Spring Break Monday, March 15 through Friday, March 19, 2021 Joint Town Council/Board of Trustees Meeting Monday, March 29, 2021; 5:00 pm* Westlake Town Hall, Solana Terrace-Bldg.7, Suite 7100 - via Teleconferencing Westlake Academy Foundation’s Gallery Night “Rhinestones at the Ranch House” Saturday, April 10th, 2021 – Vaquero Club *Reminder: Agendas for all municipal/academic meetings are posted a minimum of 72 hours before the meeting begins and can be found on our Town’s website under the tab “Government/Agendas & Minutes.” **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. Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 3 – Items of Community Interest CONSENT AGENDA: All items listed below are considered routine by the Town Council and Board of Trustees 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. Consideration of WA Resolution 21-02, approving a Waiver for Missed School Days and Professional Development Days. b. Consideration of WA Resolution 21-03, authorizing compensation to be paid to Employees during the inclement weather period. c. Consider approval of Resolution 21-05, amending Resolution 09- 02 that established a Policy for Naming Town Owned Facilities and Parks, and to provide guidelines and standards for the submission of individuals or entities for naming opportunities. d. Consideration of Resolution 21-06, authorizing changes to the signers on all Town of Westlake Solana PID depository accounts with US Bank. Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 4 – Consent Agenda estlake Academy Board of Trustees TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Consent Westlake Board Meeting Monday, March 01, 2021 TOPIC: Consider Approval of a Waiver for Missed School Days and Professional Development Days. STAFF CONTACT: Dr. Mechelle Bryson, Executive Director of Westlake Academy Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Curriculum Outcome Objective Vision: Westlake Academy inspires college bound students to achieve their highest individual potential in a nuturing environment that fosters the traits found in the IB Learner Profile. Academic Operations PYP / MYP / DP Increase Financial Capacity & Reserves Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives Time Line - Start Date: August 24, 2020 Completion Date: June 1, 2021 Funding Amount: N/A Status - N/A Source - N/A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) On February 18, 2021, the Texas Education Agency, TEA, provided flexibility in their guidance for the inclement weather for the week of February 15, 2021. According to TEA, Local Education Agencies, LEAs, had the option to close schools in the wake of continued infrastructure issues due to power outages and internet delivery service issues that prevent the LEA from providing remote instruction. In cases of school closures, TEA requires LEAs to submit a Missed School Day waiver approved by the district or charter school Board of Trustees. During the inclement weather event of the week of February 15, 2021, the Academy experienced power outages and internet delivery service issues. As a result, the Academy closed school for the following days: • February 16, 2021; • February 17, 2021; • February 18, 2021; and • February 19, 2021. Please note that February 15, 2021 was a school holiday. These missed days are enumerated in the waiver. Every year the Academy submits a waiver for professional development. This waiver allows the Academy to provide professional learning opportunities in lieu of student instruction during the school year. According to TEA, “the staff development minutes waiver provides for a maximum of 2,100 total waiver minutes to use for professional development for districts and charter schools that provide operational and instructional minutes.” These waiver days only apply to days within the school calendar from the first day of school and the last day of school. The professional development waiver does not apply to the professional learning days prior to the first day of school or after the last day of school. The Academy’s professional development waiver covers the following days: • October 9, 2020; • October 28, 2020; • November 20, 2020; • January 5, 2021; and • February 12, 2021. The Academy is seeking approval of these two waivers. Once approval has been granted the Academy will complete these waivers and submit them to TEA. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval. ATTACHMENTS Resolution WA Resolution 21-02 Page 1 of 2 WESTLAKE ACADEMY RESOLUTION 21-02 A RESOLUTION OF THE WESTLAKE ACADEMY BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVING THE MISSED SCHOOL DAYS WAIVER AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WAIVER. WHEREAS, Westlake Academy considers attendance essential to the academic achievement of students; and, WHEREAS, Westlake Academy is required to adhere to state policies regarding student attendance while seeking to make decisions in the best interest of all stakeholders; and, WHEREAS, Westlake Academy is required to submit waivers for missed school days due to inclement weather and professional development; and, WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake as well as the students, their parents, and faculty of Westlake Academy. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF WESTLAKE ACADEMY: 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 Board of Trustees of Westlake Academy, hereby approves the missed school day waivers: • February 16, 2021; • February 17, 2021; • February 18, 2021; and • February 19, 2021. WA Resolution 21-02 Page 2 of 2 SECTION 3: That, the Board of Trustees of Westlake Academy, hereby approves the professional development day waivers: • October 9, 2020; • October 28, 2020; • November 20, 2020; • January 5, 2021; and • February 12, 2021. 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. SECTION 5: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 1st DAY OF March 2021. ___________________________________ Laura Wheat, President ATTEST: ________________________________ ___________________________________ Todd Wood, Board Secretary Amanda DeGan, Superintendent APPROVED AS TO FORM: ________________________________ Janet S. Bubert or L. Stanton Lowry, School Attorney estlake Academy Board of Trustees TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Consent Westlake Board Meeting Monday, March 01, 2021 TOPIC: Consider Approval of Compensation Paid to Employees During the Inclement Weather Period. STAFF CONTACT: Amanda DeGan, Superintendent Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Curriculum Outcome Objective Compassion and Understanding People, Facilities, & Technology PYP / MYP / DP Attract, Recruit & Retain the Highest Quality Workforce Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives Timeline - Start Date: March 1, 2021 Completion Date: N/A Funding Amount: $17,500 Status - N/A Source - General Fund EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) Employees of Westlake Academy were prevented from working on February 16, 17, 18 and 19, 2021 by reason of the closure of the school due to severe inclement weather. Due to these circumstances, it is recommended that all employees shall be compensated in accordance with their normal pay rate. In addition, non-exempt employees who were required to work on February 16, 17, 18 and 19, 2021 by reason of the closure of Westlake Academy during the severe inclement weather period shall be paid at the premium rate (i.e., overtime rate) of one and one-half times their regular rate of pay for all actual hours worked during such closure. The total fiscal impact of this expenditure shall not exceed $17,500, and the Superintendent of Westlake Academy or her designee shall determine the timing and manner in which such compensation shall be paid. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval. ATTACHMENTS Resolution WA Resolution 21-03 Page 1 of 2 WESTLAKE ACADEMY RESOLUTION NO. 21-03 A RESOLUTION BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF WESTLAKE ACADEMY, REGARDING WAGE PAYMENTS DURING EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSINGS. WHEREAS, Governor Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster for all of Texas on February 12, 2021 due to the imminent threat of possible injury and property damage resulting from severe winter weather and prolonged freezing temperatures; and WHEREAS, Westlake Academy was closed on February 16, 17, 18 and 19, 2021, due to severe inclement weather for public safety by certain utility providers in order to conserve electricity, natural gas and/or water; and WHEREAS, the decision to close schools and offices on these dates was in the best interest of the safety of our students, community, and employees; and WHEREAS, such closures prevented many contractual and non-contractual employees of Westlake Academy from reporting to work on such days; and WHEREAS, Westlake Academy is not legally obligated to pay non-exempt employees when the school is closed, it is permissible to pay employees if the Board of Trustees of Westlake Academy (“the Board”) finds that doing so is necessary in the conduct of the public schools; and, WHEREAS, the Board finds that there is a need to address wage payments for employees who are idled and those required to work during emergency closings; WHEREAS, the Board is of the opinion and finds that continuing wage payments at each employee’s normal rate of pay to all regular employees—contractual and non-contractual, salaried and non-salaried—who suffer a loss in pay due to an emergency closing is necessary in the conduct of the public schools and serves the public purposes of increasing employee morale and safety, reducing employee turnover, and ensuring continuity of service and instruction when Westlake Academy reopens; and WHEREAS, the Board further finds that as to non-exempt employees who are called on to work during an emergency closing, payment of these employees at a premium rate for actual hours worked, as provided is necessary in the conduct of the public schools and serves the public purposes of maintaining morale, providing equity between idled employees and employees who provide emergency-related services, and recognizing the services of essential staff; WHEREAS, the Board is of the opinion and finds that it retains sufficient control over payment of employee compensation and all employees will continue receiving regular wage payments when not working and be paid a premium rate for actual hours worked for the days of school closure identified herein, and that a public purpose is accomplished; and, WA Resolution 21-03 Page 2 of 2 WHEREAS, the Board is of the opinion and finds that it is in the best interest of Westlake Academy and Westlake Academy will receive a return benefit from such compensation of Westlake Academy’s employees; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: By the Board of Trustees of Westlake Academy that the statements contained in the preamble of this Resolution are true and correct and adopted as findings of fact and operative provisions hereof. SECTION 2: That all employees of Westlake Academy who were prevented from working on February 16, 17, 18 and 19, 2021 by reason of the closure of the school for severe inclement weather shall be compensated in accordance with each employee’s normal pay rate. SECTION 3: That non-exempt employees who were called to work on February 16, 17, 18 and 19, 2021 by reason of the closure of Westlake Academy for severe inclement weather shall be paid at the premium rate of one and one-half times their regular rate of pay for all actual hours worked during such closure. SECTION 4: That the Superintendent of Westlake Academy or her designee shall determine the timing and manner in which such compensation shall be paid. SECTION 5: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 1st DAY OF MARCH 2021. ___________________________________ Laura Wheat, President ATTEST: ________________________________ ___________________________________ Todd Wood, Board Secretary Amanda DeGan, Superintendent APPROVED AS TO FORM: _______________________________ Janet S. Bubert or L. Stanton Lowry, School Attorney Page 1 of 3 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Consent Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, March 01, 2021 TOPIC: Consider approval of Resolution 21-05, amending Resolution 09-02 that established a Policy for Naming Town Owned Facilities and Parks, and to provide guidelines and standards for the submission of individuals or entities for naming opportunities. STAFF CONTACT: Troy J. Meyer, Facilities & Public Works Director Darcy McFarlane Facilities & Event Manager Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Planned / Responsible Development People, Facilities, & Technology High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Maximize Efficiencies & Effectiveness Strategic Initiative Annual Review of Admissions Requirements and Policy Time Line - Start Date: February 8, 2021 Completion Date: February 8, 2021 Funding Amount: N/A Status - N/A Source - N/A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) In 2009, the first Naming Policy for Town owned facilities was approved by the Town Council. As the Town of Westlake continues to grow, staff is receiving more requests to name items on the Westlake Academy Campus and Town facilities. Therefore, staff has reviewed the current Town owned Facilities Naming Policy and is recommending the following updates and additions to the following sections of the policy. (See Exhibit “A”) Page 2 of 3 Additional Criteria: Staff has added the following additional criteria to the existing policy: • Monetary-Related Naming • Real Property: • Gift Related Naming (non-Monetary) • Honorific Naming Existing Honorific Named Items: Staff has identified the following items that have previously been named in honor or memory of persons, on the Westlake Campus: • 1 Wooden bench, 10 Stone benches (There are 38 total benches on campus) • Pavers - WA Senior Class pavers • Two buildings • One Anvil • Stone memory by flagpole • One tree Standards Guide: Staff has created a Westlake Naming Request Standards Guide to be used when a naming opportunity has been approved which includes the following: • Standard I – Outdoor Furniture • Standard II – Memorial Plaques • Standard III – Trees and Plantings • Standard IV – Building Names • Standard V – Cemetery • Standard VI – Westlake Fire Station No. 1 (See Exhibit “B” for full definition for each standard) The guide also includes an exception stating that Town management reserves the right to make minor modifications to the approved Westlake Naming Requests Standards Guide administratively, provided the changes do not entail a significant change to the original Standards. On February 8, 2021, staff presented the proposed changes to the Naming Policy for Town owned facilities (Resolution 09-02) which include new standards and guidelines. Town Council requested changes to the proposed policy and standards. These changes included: • Minimum amount of $1,000,000.00 • Increase the name amount for items on campus • A written agreement would be required to pay off the name donation Page 3 of 3 RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends the approval of Resolution 21-05, amending Resolution 09-02 that established a Naming Policy for Town Owned Facilities and Parks, and to provide guidelines and standards for the submission of individuals or entities for naming opportunities. ATTACHMENTS Exhibit “A” - Naming Policy for Town Owned Facilities and Parks. Exhibit “B” - Westlake Naming Requests Standards Guide Resolution Town of Westlake Facility Naming Policy Page 1 of 4 Res. 21-05 – Exhibit “A” Facility Naming Policy 1. Purpose The purpose of the Facility Naming Policy is to establish proper procedures to recognize the dedication, accomplishment or generosity of individuals and entities whose support is a valuable and integral component of the mission of the Town of Westlake and, by extension, Westlake Academy and the Westlake Academy Foundation. Naming opportunities include Town owned buildings or other facilities including parks, recreational areas and sports fields and hike and bike trails hereinafter referred to as "facilities". In addition, other naming opportunities that may be considered are benches, plantings, steppingstones, pavers or other items not described above, all of which will be submitted to the Council for review and approval. 2. Objectives A. Encourage broad community support, enhancement and involvement in the Town, Academy and Foundation through private donations, gifts and other private funding sources and to ensure that recognition is afforded to those who have made extraordinary commitments, or achievements on behalf of the Town and/or Academy and Foundation B. Provide a uniform policy and procedure for submitting naming requests to the Town Council for consideration and approval. 3. Criteria The Town Council may authorize the naming or renaming of the facilities under the following criteria: Monetary-Related Naming Occurs when a donor makes a significant monetary donation to the Town and requests a facility or program to be named for a person or entity. A person or entity submitted for consideration shall: A. Make a significant land and/or monetary donation to the Town, of a minimum amount of $1,000,000 or more, toward the acquisition and/or development of a building, facility, or endowment, or; B. Provide a minimum of a five-year pre-approved gift amount which will cover the cost to administer the program and/or maintain the facility. Naming rights will extend only for the time period the gift covers. Town of Westlake Facility Naming Policy Page 2 of 4 Res. 21-05 – Exhibit “A” Real Property Occurs when a donor makes a gift of property to the Town, Westlake Academy or Foundation and requests the property be named for one or more persons. Real property given to the Town, Westlake Academy or Foundation may be named in consideration of the gift of the donor’s interest of the property. Gift Related Naming (non-Monetary) Occurs when a person or entity donates an item of value to be used in or on a Town owned facility and requests the item to be recognized as being donated in the name of a person or entity. A. Any items considered for naming rights must have a value of at least $5,000.00 B. Donated, named items must fit within the Standards of the Town and Westlake Academy and the placement of any item must be approved by the Director of Facilities and Public Works. (Current Naming Requests Standards Guide available in the Director of Facilities and Public Work Office.) C. Applicants must follow the procedures for submitting a request described in the Procedures section below. D. Donation plaque or signage must be approved by the Director of Facilities and Public Works and all cost for installation and upkeep for the life of the donated item are the responsibility of the donor and must be agreed upon prior to approval. Honorific Naming As a matter of general practice, honorific namings are exceptional in nature and will be considered to recognize the dedication or meritorious contribution of a person or entity who has been instrumental in supporting the mission of the Town, Academy, Foundation or other Westlake owned property. These applications will be considered under the following guidelines: A. A person may be living or deceased and will have demonstrated a consistent or significant contribution to the citizens of the Town and/or to the students of Westlake Academy, or the person should be known for some other significant accomplishment B. A local historical figure or leader, place, event or other instance of historical or cultural significance C. Names of any elected or appointed official currently serving in that capacity or any individual currently employed by the Town will not be considered. Town of Westlake Facility Naming Policy Page 3 of 4 Res. 21-05 – Exhibit “A” 6. Procedures An application for any naming request should be submitted to the Director of Facilities & Public Works for review by the Town Manager and authorization by the Town Council. The application must contain: A. A single recommendation or name for consideration B. resume of the nominee or entity C. A summation of the contributions or impact of the individual or entity on the mission of the Town or Westlake Academy D. Identification of the facility or item for naming consideration (i.e. park space, classroom, laboratory, etc.) E. Name and contact information of the person or group making the request. Upon receipt of an application, a review committee comprised of the Town Manager and the appropriate department heads associated with the facility or park specified in the naming application will review the request and formulate a staff recommendation and present to the Council for approval or rejection of the naming request. The presentation to Council will include the following: A. Current name of the facility (if applicable) B. Status or availability of the facility requested in the naming opportunity C. Fit with the Westlake Naming Requests Standards of the Town and Academy D. Estimate of the budgetary impact of signage or necessary plaque to commemorate the naming, stationary, legal fees, public notices or other costs and changes associated with the request. 7. General Guidelines A. Duration of a Naming – any monetary, gift and/or honorary naming may serve for the useful life of the facility, area or item unless otherwise agreed to in the donation agreement. If the asset is later modified or replaced, the Town reserves the right to rename it or offer an alternative honorific naming as close to the spirit as possible of the original naming. B. Funds – The designation of a naming shall not be publicly announced until 100% of any gift, donation, or a payment schedule related to the naming, has been received and approved by the Town Council. C. Components of the facilities – or area of use may have a different name from the larger facility, park, recreation area, hike and bike trail or municipal asset. Town of Westlake Facility Naming Policy Page 4 of 4 Res. 21-05 – Exhibit “A” 8. Restrictions A. No buildings or other assets may be named for a current member of the board, a current employee of the Town or of Westlake Academy B. Names related to race, religion, creed, national origin, sex, color, political affiliation or other similar categories should be avoided C. Names that would result in the overt commercialization of Town Facilities will not be considered. 10. Exceptions A. In the event a gift-related naming request stipulates a condition which the Town is unable to maintain or fund, or finds inconsistent with the mission of the Town, the Council retains the ability to decline the gift. B. Names may be removed from consideration or from the facility if the individual is convicted of a felony or any crime involving moral turpitude, is convicted of a lesser included offense pursuant to a plea when the originally charged offense is a felony or if the individual accepts deferred adjudication for a felony or any crime involving moral turpitude. 11. Dates Approved or Amended Adopted: 01/12/2009 Amended: 02/08/2021 Amended: 03/1/2021 Westlake Naming Requests Standards Guide - Page 1 of 2 Res. 21-05 – Exhibit “B” Westlake Naming Requests Standards Guide The Westlake Naming Requests Standards Guide has been established to ensure the continued distinctive design of the Town of Westlake and all property and assets owned by the Town. Although the Standards Guide is dynamic in nature and will evolve over time to reflect current design and building preferences, conditions and upgrades, these standards will continue to reflect the exceptional standards of the Town of Westlake. Standard I – Outdoor Furniture: Any furniture placed in or on Town owned property such as the Westlake Academy campus, the Cemetery, trails, and parks, must be made of high-grade metal or stone materials. Benches: With the current campus design, the number of benches allowed on the Westlake Academy campus is limited to thirty-eight. Location and placement of benches along the trail system must be pre-approved by the Town Manager, or designee. All benches must be black in color, six feet in length and powder coated. Benches in the Cemetery and Fire Station must follow the Standards specifically outlined below for those properties. Picnic Tables: Picnic tables on the Westlake Academy campus will be limited to 20 and must have a metal frame, and planks must be made of wood or recycled material. Memorial Pavers: Memorial Pavers must match the current style and color of the existing pavers on campus and will only be placed in the butterfly garden area. Paver design must be pre-approved by the Town Manager, or designee, before the paver is ordered. Standard II – Plaques: Plaques must be made of high-grade metal or stone materials that are appropriate for the conditions of the area in which they will be placed. UV protection will be required for all plaques being placed in outside locations. All wording on plaques must be pre-approved by the Town Manager, or designee. Standard III – Trees and Plantings: Trees and plantings must be indigenous to the Texas landscape and be able to thrive in the North Texas climate and must be placed in an irrigated area. A list of acceptable tree species can be found in the Town Code of Ordinances in Section 98-48, Appendix D. The Town’s approved plant list, which includes, but is not limited to, Red Oaks, Live Oaks, Red Buds and others, must be approved by the Town Manager, or designee. Standard IV – Building Names: When naming a building for a person or entity, the style and design of the building will determine the design of the plaque, lettering and placement of the name. Requests may be submitted; however, the final decision will be made by a committee comprised of the Town Council, Town Manager, Director of Facilities and Public Works, and architect or other design professionals and engineers. Westlake Naming Requests Standards Guide - Page 2 of 2 Res. 21-05 – Exhibit “B” Standard V – Cemetery: Benches, trees and plantings and all other items to be placed in the Westlake I.O.O.F. Cemetery must follow the standards outlined in the Rules and Regulations for the Cemetery. Standard VI – Westlake Fire Station No. 1: The Westlake Fire Station and campus will be reserved as memorial space for honoring First Responders only. Exceptions: Town management reserves the right to make minor modifications to the approved Westlake Naming Requests Standards Guide administratively, provided the changes do not entail a significant change to the original Standards. Presented: 02/08/2020 Adopted: 3/1/2021 Resolution 21-06 Page 1 of 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION NO. 21-06 A RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, AMENDING RESOLUTION 09-02 WHICH ESTABLISHED A NAMING POLICY FOR TOWN OWNED FACILITIES AND PARKS, TO PROVIDE GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS FOR THE SUBMISSION OF INDIVIDUALS OR ENTITIES FOR NAMING OPPORTUNITIES. WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake realizes the increase in Westlake's residential community and there is a need to provide a framework for Town and Academy through private donations, gifts and other private funding sources; and WHEREAS, to ensure that recognition is afforded to those who have made extraordinary commitments, donations, and achievements on behalf of the Town and/or Academy; and WHEREAS, the need arose to provide a uniform policy for submitting naming requests to the Town Council for consideration; and WHEREAS, staff have developed a facilty naming policy, attached as Exhibit "A" and Naming Requests Standards Guide, attached as Exhibit "B", establishing the guidelines for name submission; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the people 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 hereby approves the Policy for the Naming of Town Owned Facilities and Parks (Exhibit "A") and Naming Requests Standards Guide, attached as (Exhibit "B"). 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. Resolution 21-06 Page 2 of 2 PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 1st DAY OF MARCH 2021. _____________________________ ATTEST: Laura Wheat, Mayor _____________________________________ _____________________________ Todd Wood, Town Secretary Amanda DeGan, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: ____________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney Page 1 of 2 Westlake Town Council TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Consent Westlake Town Council Meeting Monday, March 01, 2021 TOPIC: Consider approval of a Resolution authorizing changes to the signers on all Town of Westlake Solana PID depository accounts with US Bank. STAFF CONTACT: Ginger Awtry, Director of Finance Jarrod Greenwood, Assistant Town Manager Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Informed & Engaged Citizens / Sense of Community 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 Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives Time Line - Start Date: March 1, 2021 Completion Date: N/A Funding Amount: $0.00 Status - N/A Source - N/A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) The Solana Public Improvement District (PID) for the Entrada development was created by Resolution 14-07 by Town Council on February 24, 2014. In order to levy the assessment on property within the PID required to service the PID bonds, Town Council adopted Ordinance No. 741 approving the Solana Public Improvement District Service and Assessment Plan and Assessment Roll. Page 2 of 2 Due to the retirement of former Town Manager, Tom Brymer, and former Finance Director, Debbie Piper, the Town needs to change authorized signers on all the Town’s Solana (Entrada) PID depository accounts with US Bank. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval. ATTACHMENTS Resolution Resolution 21-06 Page 1 of 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION NO. 21-06 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, CHANGING THE AUTHORIZED SIGNERS ON ALL TOWN OF WESTLAKE SOLANA PID DEPOSITORY ACCOUNTS WITH US BANK. WHEREAS, authorized signers of the Town of Westlake’s depository accounts may require amendments at certain times due to changes in structure and/or personnel; and WHEREAS, due to the current need to change authorized signers on the Town’s bank accounts, it is necessary to change the authorized signers on all Town of Westlake Solana PID depository accounts with US Bank; and WHEREAS, signers on the Town of Westlake Solana PID depository accounts have previously included the Town Manager and the Finance Director; 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 Council hereby designates the current, and any future, Town Manager and Finance Director as authorized signers on all Town of Westlake Solana PID depository accounts with US Bank. 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. Resolution 21-06 Page 2 of 2 PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 1st DAY OF MARCH 2021. ATTEST: ______________________________ Laura L. Wheat, Mayor _______________________________ ______________________________ Todd Wood, Town Secretary Amanda DeGan, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: ______________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION REGARDING THE WESTLAKE ACADEMY 2020 ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT. Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 5 – Presentation and Discussion Item estlake Academy Board of Trustees TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting – Discussion Item Westlake Board Meeting Monday, March 01, 2021 TOPIC: Public Hearing and Discussion regarding the Westlake Academy 2019- 2020 Accountability Report. STAFF CONTACT: Dr. Mechelle Bryson, Executive Director Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Curriculum Outcome Objective Vision: Westlake Academy inspires college bound students to achieve their highest individual potential in a nuturing environment that fosters the traits found in the IB Learner Profile. Academic Operations PYP / MYP / DP Optimize Student Potential Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives Time Line - Start Date: August 15, 2019 Completion Date: June 2, 2020 Funding Amount: N/A Status - N/A Source - N/A EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) The purpose of this Public Hearing and discussion is to inform the Board of Trustees and the greater community on the overall academic health of the Academy and to provide an opportunity for the Board and the greater community to gain an understanding of the status of Westlake Academy’s academic progress. The Texas Education Code (TEC), §39.306, requires each district’s Board of Trustees to publish an annual report that includes the TAPR, campus performance objectives, information on violent or criminal incidents, and information on the performance of the previous year’s graduates in their first year of college, as reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB). Each district’s Board of Trustees must hold a public hearing to discuss the district’s annual report within 90 days of receiving the final TAPR. Each of these items will be presented in the public hearing and the presentation will be published on the Academy’s website in compliance of State law. ATTACHMENTS None PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION REGARDING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, INCLUDING UPDATES AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON MUNICIPAL AND ACADEMIC OPERATIONS. Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 6 – Presentation and Discussion Item Page 1 of 2 WESTLAKE TOWN COUNCIL TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Consent Monday, March 01, 2021 TOPIC: Consider approval a resolution approving a roadway construction agreement for Street “G” located between Schwab Way and SH 170. STAFF CONTACT: Ron Ruthven, Planning and Development Director 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 Time Line - Start Date: March 1, 2021 Completion Date: March 1, 2021 Funding Amount: N/A Status - N/A Source - N/A Contract: No Forms: Forms 1295 & 2270 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) The proposed roadway construction agreement involves the construction of a two-lane road by Hillwood that would connect Schwab Way to SH 170. The road will be composed of concrete and will be approximately 500 feet in length. According to the attached agreement, the roadway will be located in an access easement and maintained by the developer, or property owner’s association upon assignment, until such time that the adjacent property is developed per the terms of the agreement. Page 2 of 2 HISTORY AND PURPOSE On October 29, 2018, the Town Council approved Ordinance 870, which authorized the constructed of the phase two portion of Schwab Way. As a condition of approval, a provision (Section 3-14) was added which states: “A street [Street G] shall be constructed that connects Schwab Way to SH 170. Said street shall be generally located on the western portion of the Schwab Way with the final location to be included in the development agreement noted in this ordinance.” This provision was added per the recommendations of the Town commissioned traffic impact analysis in response to the phase two site plan request for the Charles Schwab campus. Therefore, the approval and subsequent construction of Street “G” fulfills this requirement. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval. ATTACHMENTS Roadway construction agreement – “Exhibit “A” Street “G” Location Map – Exhibit “B” Sanitary Sewer, Paving, Drainage, Landscape, Irrigation, & Street Light Improvements – Exhibit “C” Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 1 RESOLUTION 21-XX EXHIBIT A ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STREET “G” This Agreement (“Agreement”) is executed to be effective as of the _______ day of _____________, 2021 (“Effective Date”) by and between the Town of Westlake, Texas (the “Town”) and Westlake Retail Associates, Ltd. (WRA, the “Owner”). WRA is the owner of that certain real property as more particularly depicted in Exhibit “A1”, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference (the “WRA Property”). This Agreement concerns the dedication of a public and emergency access easement on the WRA Property, and construction of a roadway herein referred to as “Street G” by Owner, for which the construction plans are attached in Exhibit “B1”. WHEREAS, The Town Council of the Town of Westlake approved Ordinance 769 on October 29, 2018, which created the PD3-5A zoning district and contains specific roadway criteria; and WHEREAS, The Town Council of the Town of Westlake approved Ordinance 870 on October 29, 2018, which approved a PD3-5A concept plan specific to Schwab Way and Street G wherein the roadway designs are permitted to deviate from Ordinance 769 roadway criteria; and WHEREAS, Given Ordinance 870 conditions, Town staff has recommended a temporary roadway design for Street G with no utilities placed under or across the roadway due to uncertainty of the PD3-5A development; and WHEREAS, the Owner desires to construct a more permanent roadway; and WHEREAS, the Town and Owner acknowledge and agree that Street G will be constructed in compliance with all Town Engineering Standards; and WHEREAS, the Town and Owner acknowledge that the roadway improvements described in this agreement satisfy the requirements of Section 3(14) of Ordinance 870; and WHEREAS, the Town and Owner acknowledge that upon future development in the PD3-5A zoning district, Street G may require further modification as detailed in this agreement. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto, in consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions contained herein, promise and agree as follows: SECTION 1. PURPOSE The purpose of this Agreement is to set forth design, construction, ownership, and maintenance expectations for Street G and related improvements. Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 2 SECTION 2. STREET G ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS A. Street G. The Owner agrees that Street G improvements shall be constructed pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement and as follows: 1. Engineering Standards. The Owner covenants that Street G shall be constructed in accordance with the Town engineering standards, including all required geo-technical reports and lab tests. 2. Street G shall be designed to a minimum standard for Designated Fire Lanes as set forth in the Town’s Engineering Design Standards, Chapter 36, Town of Westlake Code of Ordinances, and may be constructed of either asphalt or concrete. Any standard that exceeds the designated fire lane standards noted above shall be constructed at Owner’s sole discretion and to the roadway specifications shown in Exhibit “B1”. 3. All street lighting, if constructed, shall meet the outdoor lighting requirements contained in the Westlake Code of Ordinances and shall comply with the recommendations of the 2015 Westlake Comprehensive Plan. 4. It is acknowledged by all parties that Street G may be constructed and that any associated improvements, in the future, may be altered, widened, modified, relocated, closed, removed and/or converted to a publicly owned roadway at the Owner’s sole expense given any of the following future conditions: a. Modification to the existing zoning district wherein the roadway is located, including but not limited to, conditions contained in future Concept Plan, Development and/or Site Plan approvals; 5. Conditions Prior to Construction. Prior to authorizing construction of Street G, the Town shall be satisfied, in its reasonable discretion, that the following conditions have been met: a. All required plans and contract documents, if any, shall have been completed and filed with the Town. b. 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. c. A complete list of the contractors, their representatives on the site, Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 3 and the telephone numbers where a responsible party may be reached at all times, must be submitted to the Town. d. Owner 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 Street G and continuing until completion of said work. 6. Upon completion of the construction of Street G, Owner shall provide the Town with as-built drawings of the same. 7. Fees. All applicable Town fees will be paid. 8. Inspections. Construction of Street G shall be subject to periodic inspections by the Town or the Town’s designee. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Owner shall be responsible for completing and/or correcting any portion of Street G which is not constructed in accordance with the approved set of plans, the Town’s construction standards and specifications and engineering standards. Any change in design required during construction shall be reviewed and approved by the Town. B. Ownership and Maintenance 1. It is agreed to and acknowledged by all parties that Street G and associated improvements shall be private facilities that are located wholly within a public and emergency access easement until such time they are dedicated to the Town of Westlake. 2. No right-of-way shall be dedicated for the street as of the Effective Date of this Agreement. However, a public access easement shall be provided to the Town for execution and recording prior to the final approval for opening of Street G by the Town Engineer. 3. Any utilities adjacent to, or underneath, Street G shall be private and will not be accepted by the Town at the time of granting of the public access easement. Furthermore, Owner acknowledges that, should said utilities be constructed, any future development adjacent to Street G may necessitate the modification and/or removal of said utilities. 4. It is agreed to and acknowledged by all parties that at some point after recording of the public access easement, the Owner may dedicate the street right-of-way, street paving, and certain other improvements to the Town upon the earlier of the following: Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 4 a. Issuance of one or more non-residential building Certificate of Occupancies adjacent to 50% or more of the total linear footage of Street G as identified on any future approved Development and Site Plan; and b. Town Council approval of a PD3-5A Concept Plan or Development Plan wherein a comprehensive roadway design and classification system is approved specific to the entire PD3-5A zoning district along with all other information as required for said plans by the Town’s zoning regulations and/or any additional conditions contained within the approving ordinance(s) for said plan; and c. A Developer’s Agreement for Street G has been executed for long-term maintenance of streetscape elements, which may include landscaping, irrigation, lighting, wayfinding signage, chairs/benches, awnings, and trash receptacles; OR d. Any time from and after the date that is five years after the Effective Date, provided that the following has occurred prior to such dedication: i. Town Council approval of a PD3-5A Concept Plan or Development Plan wherein a comprehensive roadway design and classification system is approved specific to the entire PD3-5A zoning district along with all other information as required for said plans by the Town’s zoning regulations and/or any additional conditions contained within the approving ordinance(s) for said plan; and ii. A Developer’s Agreement for Street G has been executed for long-term maintenance of streetscape elements, which may include landscaping, irrigation, lighting, wayfinding signage, chairs/benches, awnings, and trash receptacles. 5. During that period that Street G is private, Street G, including all improvements constructed within or adjacent to the roadway, shall be maintained in good condition at all times by the Owner or its successor in title. Improvements include, but shall not limited to, road repair, lighting, irrigation, landscaping and utilities. Maintenance shall continue until such time any improvement is dedicated to, and accepted by, the Town (said acceptance not to be unreasonably withheld). 6. Prior to the Town’s acceptance of dedication of any improvement in the Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 5 future, the Owner shall provide the Town with the following: a. Lien release; b. Right-of-Way documents including dedication instruments; c. Maintenance Records; d. Pavement condition assessment as required and approved by the Town engineer; and e. Detailed inventory of all roadway assets. SECTION 3. BREACH OF CONTRACT. Unless stated elsewhere in this Agreement, Owner shall be in default under this Agreement if Owner 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 Owner 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 Owner mutually and in good faith), the Town shall have the right to terminate this Agreement immediately by providing written notice to Owner. SECTION 4. NO INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR OR AGENCY RELATIONSHIP It is expressly understood and agreed that Owner shall not operate as a servant, contractor agent, representative or employee of the Town. Owner 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. Owner acknowledges that the doctrine of respondeat superior will not apply as between the Town and Owner, or Town’s officers, agents, servants, employees, contractors, subcontractors, licensees, and invitees. Owner further agrees that nothing in this Agreement will be construed as the creation of a partnership or joint enterprise between the Town and Owner. SECTION 5. INDEMNIFICATION OWNER, 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 Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 6 OR LOSS (INCLUDING ALLEGED DAMAGE OR LOSS TO OWNER’S BUSINESS AND ANY RESULTING LOST PROFITS OF OWNER) AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH, THAT RELATE TO, ARISE OUT OF OR ARE OCCASIONED BY ANY ACT OR OMISSION OR INTENTIONAL MISCONDUCT OF OWNER, ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, ASSOCIATES, EMPLOYEES, CONTRACTORS OR SUBCONTRACTORS (OTHER THAN ANY TOWN INDEMNIFIED PERSON) ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT. OWNER’S OBLIGATIONS IN THIS SECTION 5 SHALL NOT APPLY TO ANY CLAIM, LOSS, DAMAGE, CAUSE OF ACTION, SUIT OR LIABILITY THAT ARISES MORE THAN TWO YEARS AFTER THE DEDICATION AND ACCEPTANCE BY THE TOWN, OF STREET G. SECTION 6. 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 OWNER UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT CONSTITUTE OR BE DEEMED TO BE A RELEASE OF THE RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY OF OWNER, ITS ENGINEER, CONTRACTORS, EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, OR AGENTS FOR THE ACCURACY AND COMPETENCY OF THEIR DESIGN AND 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, AGENTS, 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, FOR A PERIOD OF TWO YEARS AFTER DEDICATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE TOWN OF STREET G, OWNER SHALL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS EACH TOWN INDEMNIFIED PERSON 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 OWNER AND INCORPORATED INTO THE STREET G IMPROVEMENTS, AND OWNER 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, Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 7 COLLECTIVELY OR INDIVIDUALLY, PERSONALLY OR IN THEIR OFFICIAL CAPACITY, IN CONNECTION HEREWITH; PROVIDED THAT OWNER 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 THE OWNER OWES INDEMNITY UNDER THIS SECTION. NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, NOTHING IN THIS SECTION SHALL REQUIRE OWNER 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 7. 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: If to Owner: Westlake Retail Associates, Ltd. c/o Hillwood Alliance Services, LLC 9800 Hillwood Parkway, Suite 300 Fort Worth, TX 76177 Attention: Russell Laughlin If to Town: Town of Westlake Attn: Town Manager 1500 Solana Blvd. Building 7, Suite 7200 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 8. ASSIGNMENT AND SUCCESSORS Except as set forth below, Owner 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, which shall not be unreasonably Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 8 withheld. Any lawful assignee or successor in interest of Owner of all rights and obligations under this Agreement shall be deemed “Owner” for all purposes under this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Westlake Retail Associates, Ltd. (“WRA”) may, without the prior consent of the Town Council, assign its rights and obligations under this Agreement to the Circle T Ranch – Phase III Association to whom WRA transfers all or any portion of Street G, and upon such assignment, WRA shall have no further rights or obligations as Owner under this Agreement. SECTION 9. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS, ORDINANCES, RULES AND REGULATIONS 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. SECTION 10. GOVERNMENTAL POWERS It is understood that by execution of this Agreement, the Town does not waive or surrender any of its governmental powers or immunities that are outside of the terms, obligations, and conditions of this Agreement. SECTION 11. 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 12. VENUE AND JURISDICTION 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. SECTION 13. NO THIRD PARTY RIGHTS The provisions and conditions of this Agreement are solely for the benefit of the Town and Owner, and any lawful assign or successor of Owner, and are not intended to create any rights, contractual or otherwise, to any other person or entity. SECTION 14. FORCE MAJEURE Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 9 It is expressly understood and agreed by the Parties to this Agreement that in the event that any party shall be prevented from performing any of its obligations under this Agreement by any act of God, war, riot, civil commotion, strikes, fires, flood, disease, epidemic, pandemic, quarantine, act of government, state of emergency, or by the occurrence of any event beyond the control of such party, then such party shall be excused from the performance of the obligations under this Agreement but only during such period of Force Majeure. SECTION 15. INTERPRETATION 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. SECTION 16. 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 17. CAPTIONS Captions and headings used in this Agreement are for reference purposes only and shall not be deemed a part of this Agreement. SECTION 18. ENTIRETY OF AGREEMENT This Agreement, including any attachments attached hereto, contains the entire understanding and Agreement between the Town and Owner, and any lawful assign and successor of Owner, 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 19. COUNTERPARTS Resolution 21-xx Exhibit A 10 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 21-xx Exhibit A 11 SIGNED AND EFFECTIVE on the date last set forth below. WRA: Westlake Retail Associates, Ltd. By: HWWRA GP, LLC, a Texas limited liability company, its general partner By: ________________ Name:________________ Title: __________________ TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS By: _______________________________________________ Amanda DeGan, Town Manager ATTEST: ______________________________________________ Todd Wood, Town Secretary Date: _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Stan Lowry, Town Attorney Date: _______________________________________________ VICINITY MAP SCALE: 1" = 2,000' CITY OF ROANOKE --------TOWN OF WESTLAKE PROJECT NO. HWA20004 FILE PATH G:JOB\ HWA20004_Fron144_St_G DRAWN BY BO REVIEWED BY TW DATE DATE APRIL 14,2020 MARGARET 8. LEE INST#D208308067 C.R.T.C.T. REVISIONS � NORTH WESTl.AKE RETAIL ASSOC., LTD DC 98-0118649 EXISTING 'PD3-5A' ZONING FUTURE DEVELOPMENT CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY, LLC TRACT 1 INST#2016-64107 EXISTING 'PD3-58' ZONING OWNER WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD 9800 HILL WOOD PARKWAY SUITE300 FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76177 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY, U.C TRACT 2 INST#2016-64107 DEVELOPER WESTI..AKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD 9800 HILLWOOO PARKWAY SUITE300 FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76177 PLANNER / ENGINEER / SURVEYOR Jil!LPELOTON 11111 LAMO SOI.UTIOIU 9800 HILL WOOD PARKWAY SUITE250 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PHONE: 817-562-3350 HW 2421 LAND, LP INS��J583 R.P.R.D.C.T. A LOCATION MAP OF STREETG EXISTING PD3-5 LOCATED IN THE THE RICHARD EADS SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 393 SITUATED IN THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS Resolution 21-06 Exhibit "B" APPROVED TITLE DATE THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS SANITARY SEWER, PAVING, DRAINAGE, LANDSCAPE, IRRIGATION, & STREET LIGHT IMPROVEMENTS TOWN OF WESTLAKE TO SERVE CTR WESTLAKE STREET G WESTLAKE OWNER/ DEVELOPER: HILLWOOD ALLIANCE SERVICES, LLC 9800 HILLWOOD PARKWAY, SUITE 300 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PHONE: 817-244-6000 FAX: 817-244-6060 Cla:a:wC,z 1--------i�f­-, DOVE RD LOCATION MAP N.T.S. k (,.), ·l t. ..; ·� �,:,; .. :'.'. .. !.��, •<;' •' * ·-�.s, OIi •• ••• •• ••• ... ·-• .• l ....................... ·-:. * 01/19/2021 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS-w TEXAS FIRM N0.12207 �::::;f--The seal appearing on this document was authorized by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. wa: NOTTO SCALE Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act ENGINEER: i 1 PELOTON ...-,�1,:-:11:":'l.,,._i...._ LAND SOLUTIONS 9800 HILLWOOD PARKWAY, SUITE 250 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PHONE: 817-562-3350 TX FIRM NO 12207 JANUARY 2021 SANITARY SEWER, PAVING, DRAINAGE, LANDSCAPE, IRRIGATION, & STREET LIGHT IMPROVEMENTS SHEET NO. C001 COVER SHEET ,C003-C004 C101 C201 C202-C203 •C204 C301 C302 C303 C401 C402 •C403-C404 C501 C601-C603 • C604 C701-C702 •C703 C801 •C802 C901 • C902 L001 L101 L102 IR101 IR202 SL-1 SL-2 GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES EXISTING CONDITIONS & DEMOLITION PLAN OVERALL SANITARY SEWER PLAN SANITARY SEWER PLAN & PROFILE UTILITY DETAILS DRAINAGE AREA MAP -INTERIM DRAINAGE AREA MAP -ULTIMATE HYDRAULIC CALCULATIONS PAVING PLAN & PROFILE -STREET G PAVING PLAN -DECELERATION LANE PAVING DETAILS GRADING PLAN STORM DRAIN PLAN & PROFILE STORM DRAIN DETAILS PAVEMENT MARKING AND SIGNAGE PLAN PAVEMENT MARKING AND SIGNAGE DETAILS TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN DETAILS EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL DETAILS LANDSCAPE GENERAL NOTES LANDSCAPE PLANTING PLAN LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS IRRIGATION PLAN IRRIGATION NOTES & DETAILS STREET LIGHT PLAN STREET LIGHT DETAILS • THE SHEETS, SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED IN THIS INDEX OF SHEETS, HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED BY ME OR UNDER MY RESPONSIBLE SUPERVISION AS BEING APPLICABLE TO THIS PROJECT en1-zLU �LU>00:::a.. � I­IC, _J I­LULU0:::I-­en cl!Sz g 0:::a::: LUa.. en 0z LUC, <(z 0 C, a.. LU LUen& �z (9 1-w w 0:: I-­en w � I-­en w s 0:: I­(.) Resolution 21-06 Exhibit "C" UNTIL 70% VEGETATIVE COVER IS ATTAINED. ALL DISTURBED AREAS SHALL BE SEEDED OR SODDED, WATERED & MAINTAINED2. MEASURES. GENERATED BY THE PROJECT OR DEPOSITED AS A RESULT OF EROSION CONTROL AND BORROW DITCHES IN THE WORK ZONE SHALL BE DREDGED OF ANY SEDIMENT DRAINAGE. AT THE CONCLUSION OF ANY PROJECT, ALL CHANNELS, DRAINAGEWAYS MEASURES, INCLUDING FLOODING DAMAGE, WHICH MAY OCCUR DUE TO BLOCKED THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMAIN LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE CHANNELS, DRAINAGEWAYS OR BORROW DITCHES AT RISK OF THE CONTRACTOR. EROSION CONTROL MEASURES MAY ONLY BE PLACED IN FRONT OF INLETS, OR IN1. EROSION CONTROL GENERAL NOTE IN PARTICULAR AREAS. THE SAME POLES SHALL BE CONSISTENTLY USED THROUGHOUT SUBDIVISIONS. THEY ARE BEING INSTALLED IN. CONTACT TOWN OF WESTLAKE (817) 430-0941, FOR DIRECTION ON LIGHT POLE TYPES ALLOWED ALL NEW STREETLIGHT POLE TYPES SHALL MATCH THOSE OF THE SURROUNDING AREA OF TOWN OF WESTLAKE FOR WHICH2. TOWN DETAILS, AND PLANS. INSTALL LED LUMINAIRES FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST TOWN STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS, THE TOWN WILL NOT FURNISH LUMINAIRE MATERIAL TO THE CONTRACTOR. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH AND 1. LUMINAIRES: (817) 430-0941 TO ARRANGE TIME AND DATE OF SIGNAL TURN-ON. SHALL BE PRESENT WHEN THE SIGNAL IS PLACED IN OPERATION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT TOWN OF WESTLAKE (NOON) ON MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY ONLY. A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE UNLESS DIRECTED BY THE TOWN, SIGNALS SHALL BE PLACED IN FULL OPERATION BETWEEN 9:00 A.M. AND 12:00 P.M. 3. EXISTING STOP SIGNS AND POSTS WILL BE REMOVED BY THE CONTRACTOR UPON, OR BEFORE, THE SIGNAL TURN-ON.2. INSTALLATION. THE METRO STREET NAME SIGNS WITH BLOCK NUMBERS TO THE TOWN FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO FABRICATION AND CONTRACTOR INCLUDING THE METRO STREET NAME SIGNS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE A DETAIL SHEET FOR ALL TRAFFIC SIGNS AND MOUNTING HARDWARE SHOWN ON THE PLANS WILL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED BY THE1. TRAFFIC SIGNS AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS: FROM THE METER TO THE SIGNAL CABINET. ELECTRICAL SERVICE SHALL BE INSTALLED PER TOWN SPECIFICATIONS AND TOWN DETAIL IN SEPARATE 2" CONDUIT3. ALL CONDUITS SHALL BE SCHEDULE 80 PVC.2. WIRE IN CONDUIT BETWEEN FOUNDATIONS AND GROUNDING AT EACH FOUNDATION GROUND ROD. A CONTINUOUS GROUNDED SYSTEM SHALL BE PROVIDED IN PVC CONDUIT BY RUNNING 1-#8 BARE COPPER1. CONDUIT: TOWN WILL INSTALL SIGNAL TIMING AND PROGRAM CONTROLLER.2. CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL CONTROLLER CABINET AND CONNECT ALL ASSOCIATED FIELD WIRING.1. CONTROLLER AND CABINET: FOUNDATION. CABINET FOUNDATION AND APRON SHALL BE POURED TOGETHER IN ONE PIECE. CONTROLLER CABINET CONCRETE APRON SHALL BE SUBSIDIARY TO THE BID ITEM FOR THE CONTROLLER CABINET6. EACH DAY PRIOR TO THE WORK IS BEING SUSPENDED. CONTRACTOR SHALL CLEAN UP AND REMOVE ALL LOOSE MATERIAL RESULTING FROM CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS5. OF CONCRETE. NO SIGNAL POLES SHALL BE PLACED ON FOUNDATIONS PRIOR TO FIVE (5) CALENDAR DAYS FOLLOWING POURING4. PIER FOUNDATIONS SHALL BE POURED TOGETHER IN ONE PIECE.3. SHALL BE INSTALLED PER TOWN SPECIFICATION AND TOWN DETAIL. BE SURE THAT TEMPLATE AND BOLT PATTERNS ARE CORRECT FOR TYPE OF CABINET BEING SUPPLIED. FOUNDATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE TOWN TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSPECTOR PRIOR TO POURING CABINET FOUNDATION TO2. BE APPROVED BY THE TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSPECTOR OR THE TOWN ENGINEER. VARY IN ORDER TO MEET LOCAL CONDITIONS. ALL LOCATIONS OF FOUNDATIONS, CONDUIT, AND GROUND BOXES SHALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON PLANS FOR LOCATIONS OF SIGNAL FOUNDATIONS, CONDUIT, AND OTHER ITEMS MAY1. FOUNDATIONS: MATERIALS AT THE TOWN YARDS. JOB SITE TO A DISPOSAL SITE OF THEIR CHOOSING. THE CONTRACTOR WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO DROP OFF SALVAGED THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HAULING AND PROPERLY DISPOSING OF SALVAGED MATERIAL FROM THE4. AND READY TO OPERATE. ALL EXISTING SIGNAL EQUIPMENT SHALL REMAIN IN PLACE AND OPERATING UNTIL NEW EQUIPMENT IS IN PLACE3. AS CALLED OUT FOR IN THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL MATERIALS NEEDED TO CONSTRUCT A FULLY OPERATIONAL TRAFFIC SIGNAL2. THE COST MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE BID PACKAGE FOR PURCHASE FROM THE VENDOR. COST FOR THESE ITEMS MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE TOWN PROJECT BUDGET, OR FOR ALL PRIVATELY FUNDED PROJECTS, THE TOWN WILL NOT PROVIDE TRAFFIC SIGNAL CABINET OR TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLER TO THE CONTRACTOR. THE1. TRAFFIC SIGNALS: THE WARRANTY AND THE SERIAL NUMBER OF THE EQUIPMENT. DOCUMENTATION SHALL INCLUDE THE START DATE (WHEN MATERIAL IS DELIVERED TO JOB SITE) AND THE END DATE OF CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE A 5 YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY ON APS SYSTEMS. THE WARRANTY5. DESIGN CONSULTANT SHALL SUBMIT ELECTRONIC (PDF) FINAL SIGNED AND SEALED PLANS TO THE TOWN. 4. THE PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE MUST AUTHORIZE ALL EQUIPMENT PICKUPS. IF APPLICABLE, EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY THE TOWN WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP FROM TOWN OF WESTLAKE. 3. ADVANCE OF ALL CONCRETE POURS. INSPECTOR MUST BE PRESENT WHEN CONCRETE IS PLACED ON THE PROJECT SITE. NOTIFY TOWN OF WESTLAKE (817) 430-0941 PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE AT LEAST 24-HOURS IN2. TRAFFIC SIGNALS. NOTIFY TOWN OF WESTLAKE (817) 430-0941 AT LEAST ONE WEEK PRIOR TO STARTING WORK ON1. GENERAL: TRANSPORTATION AND LOCAL GUIDELINES. TAKE APPROPRIATE MEASURES TO PRESERVE WILDLIFE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE FEDERAL, STATE3. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT A SEQUENCING PLAN TO THE TOWN FOR APPROVAL. CONTINUED STORM DRAIN SERVICE. IF THE CONTRACTOR PROPOSES TO CONSTRUCT THE SYSTEM OTHERWISE, THE CONSTRUCT ALL DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS FROM THE DOWNSTREAM END TO THE UPSTREAM END TO ALLOW2. TO ADJACENT PROPERTY. SHOULD THE CONTRACTOR LEAVE THE EXISTING STORM DRAIN OUT OF SERVICE WHEREBY RUNOFF WOULD CAUSE DAMAGE MAINTAIN THE EXISTING STORM DRAINAGE SYSTEM UNTIL THE PROPOSED SYSTEM IS IN SERVICE. IN NO CASE1. STORM DRAIN: BE ALLOWED TO ADJUST VALVE BOXES, MANHOLES, RING & COVERS, ETC. ONLY TOWN PREQUALIFIED CONTRACTORS, BY APPROPRIATE WATER DEPARTMENT WORK CATEGORY, SHALL6. WITH OSHAS PERMIT REQUIRED FOR CONFINED SPACES. REQUIREMENTS. CONFINED SPACES SHALL INCLUDE MANHOLES AND ALL OTHER CONFINED SPACES IN ACCORDANCE PROVIDE AND FOLLOW APPROVED CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PROGRAM IN ACCORDANCE WITH OSHA5. AND FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS. ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A TRENCH SAFETY SYSTEM IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE EXCAVATION SAFETY PLAN4. SHALL SERVICES BE ALLOWED TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE OVERNIGHT. EXCEPT FOR BRIEF INTERRUPTIONS IN SERVICE FOR WATER AND SEWER SERVICES TO BE REINSTATED. IN NO CASE MAINTAIN ALL EXISTING WATER AND SEWER CONNECTIONS TO CUSTOMERS IN WORKING ORDER AT ALL TIMES,3. THOSE SHOWN ON DRAWINGS CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY TOWN. LOCATIONS OF EXISTING MANHOLES WERE DETERMINED FROM FIELD SURVEY. IF FIELD CONDITIONS VARY FROM HAVE NOT BEEN FIELD VERIFIED, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. RIM ELEVATIONS, FLOW LINES, AND HORIZONTAL EXISTING VERTICAL DEFLECTIONS AND PIPE SLOPES SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS ARE APPROXIMATE AND2. SURFACE RESTORATION, AS NOTED ABOVE, MAY RESULT IN SUSPENSION OF WORK UNTIL RESTORATION IS COMPLETE. TO THE OWNERS SATISFACTION WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS OF WORK FINISHING ON-SITE. FAILURE TO MAINTAIN REHABILITATED, IMMEDIATELY COMMENCE TEMPORARY SURFACE RESTORATION. COMPLETE SURFACE RESTORATION FOR UTILITY WORK WITHIN UTILITY EASEMENTS, ONCE PIPE OR APPURTENANCES HAVE BEEN INSTALLED OR1. GENERAL: UTILITIES POSTED FOR ALL LANDSCAPING MATERIALS, (HARDSCAPES, IRRIGATION, PLANTINGS). 11. ALL PLANTING MATERIAL WILL BE WARRANTEED AND A MAINTENACE BOND TO BE PLANTING MATERIALS CAN BE INSTALLED. IRRIGATION LINES HAVE BEEN INSPECTED AND APPROVED THEN TREES AND BACKFILLING OF ALL IRRIGATION LINES FOR PRESSURE TESTING OF THE LINES. ONCE THE TOWN. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE TOWN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO 10. FOR LINES DAMAGED OR INSTALLED - ALL IRRIGATION LINES SHALL BE INSPECTED BY INSPECTION OF PLANTED MATERIAL. ONCE INSTALLED, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE AGAIN FOR INSPECTED BY THE TOWN AND INSTALLED PRIOR TO INSPECTION MAY BE REJECTED. PLANTINGS OR SOD FOR INSPECTION OF PLANT MATERIALS . ANY PLANT MATERIAL THAT IS NOT 9. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE 72 HOURS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF ANY WHEN INSTALLED. 8. ALL PLANT MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION TAGS MUST REMAIN ON PLANT MATERIALS THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE PRIOR TO INSPECTION FOR CERTIFICATION OF MATERIALS. DELIVERY BY THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE. DELIVERY TAGS AND RECEIPTS MUST BE PRESENTED TO 7. ALL LANDSCAPE MATERIAL MUST BE INSPECTED PRIOR TO SELECTION OR UPON UNTIL ACCEPTED BY THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE. 6. ALL GRASSED MEDIANS SHALL BE WATERED AND MAINTAINED BY THE CONTRACTOR OF THE DELIVERY TICKET. ON SOIL, SOD SEEDING OR HYDRO-MULCH PRIOR TO INSTALLATION ALONG WITH A COPY 5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE TO THE TOWN, A COPY OF ALL CERTIFICATIONS TO ENSURE THAT IT IS INSPECTED BY THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE. 4. THE TOWN IS TO BE NOTIFIED 72 HOURS PRIOR TO DELIVERY OF THE MATERIALS (SEE NOTE NUMBER 2 AS IT RELATES TO SEEDING PROCESSES.) CALL THE TOWN INSPECTOR OVER TO INSPECT THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO SEEDING. GREATER THAN 1" BE REMOVED FROM THE SURFACE. ONCE THE GRADING WORK IS FINAL, 6" OR GREATER WITHIN THE SOILS TO A DEPTH OF 6" AND THAT ALL SURFACE ROCKS 3. FOR AREAS OF ROW INCLUDING MEDIANS, THE CONTRACTOR IS TO REMOVE ALL ROCKS TO THE TOWN A COPY OF THE DELIVERY TICKET. AND ONCE THE MATERIALS HAVE BEEN DELIVERED, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE SOIL AND SEED, SOD OR HYDRO-SEED PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF THE MATERIALS AS DESCRIBED ABOVE. THE CONTRACTOR IS TO PROVIDE CERTIFICATION OF THE THE TOP 24 INCHES SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH 24 INCHES OF SOIL BORINGS AND SITE INSPECTIONS. IF SOIL BORINGS INDICATE SOLID ROCK IS PRESENT, ACCEPTABLE IF APPROVED BY THE TOWN UPON REVIEWING GEOTECHNICAL SOIL DIAMETER AND THE TOP SIX (6) INCHES SHALL BE TOP SOIL. IN-SITU SOIL CAN BE FREE FROM CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS, FREE OF ROCKS GREATER THAN 6 INCHES IN SOIL TO A DEPTH OF 24 INCHES. THE BOTTOM 18 INCHES SHALL BE CLEAN DIRT STORED OR DISPOSED OF IN THE MEDIAN. ALL MEDIAN SOIL SHALL HAVE CLEAN 2. THE TOWN WILL INSPECT THE MEDIANS TO ENSURE THAT NO DEBRIS IS BEING TO BACKFILLING OF THE ACTUAL MEDIAN. THE TOWN FOR INSPECTION OF ALL IRRIGATION LINES, DEPTH, AND PRESSURE PRIOR 1. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF MEDIANS, THE PROJECT INSPECTOR IS TO CONTACT MEDIANS AND ROW NOT BE STEEPER THAN 5% (20:1) IN ANY DIRECTION. COUNTER SLOPES OF ADJOINING GUTTERS AND ROAD SURFACES IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO THE CURB RAMP SHALL 13. WITH THE CROSSWALK. WHERE CURB RAMPS ARE PROVIDED, CROSSWALK MARKINGS SHALL BE REQUIRED AND RAMPS SHALL BE ALIGNED 12. THE SIDE APPROACH IS SUBSTANTIALLY OBSTRUCTED. THE RAMP, EITHER BECAUSE THE ADJACENT SURFACE IS PLANTING OR OTHER NON-WALKING SURFACE OR BECAUSE CURB RAMPS WITH RETURNED CURBS MAY BE USED ONLY WHERE PEDESTRIANS WOULD NORMALLY WALK ACROSS 11. MARKINGS AND SHALL NOT PROJECT INTO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC LANES. BY 5 FEET MINIMUM. THE SPACE AT THE BOTTOM SHALL BE WHOLLY CONTAINED WITHIN THE CROSSWALK WHERE TURNING IS REQUIRED, MANEUVERING SPACE AT THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF CURB RAMPS SHALL BE 5 FEET 10. PROVIDED AND SHALL NOT BE STEEPER THAN 8.3% (12:1). IN ALTERATIONS WHERE THERE IS NO LANDING AT THE TOP OF THE CURB RAMP, CURB RAMP FLARES SHALL BE 9. RAMP, EXCLUDING FLARES. THE LANDING SHALL HAVE A MAXIMUM SLOPE OF 2% IN ANY DIRECTION. MINIMUM FROM THE END OF RAMP. THE LANDING CLEAR WIDTH SHALL BE AT LEAST AS WIDE AS THE CURB LANDINGS SHALL BE PROVIDED AT THE TOP OF CURB RAMPS. THE LANDING CLEAR LENGTH SHALL BE 5 FEET 8. THE MINIMUM WIDTH OF SIDEWALKS AND CURB RAMPS SHALL BE 4 FEET.7. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE CROSS SLOPE ON SIDEWALK AND CURB RAMP SURFACES IS 2%.6. CURB RAMP FLARE SLOPES SHALL NOT BE STEEPER THAN 10% (10:1) AS MEASURED ALONG BACK OF CURB. 5. GRADE OF APPROACH SIDEWALKS AS DIRECTED BY THE TOWN. CURB RAMP RUNNING SLOPES SHALL NOT BE STEEPER THAN 8.3% (12:1). ADJUST CURB RAMP LENGTH OR 4. CONDITIONS, BUT ANY PROPOSED CHANGES MUST BE APPROVED BY THE TOWN. THE TOWN. THE CONTRACTOR MAY PROPOSE CHANGES TO THE SIDEWALK AND CURB RAMP LAYOUT DUE TO FIELD THE CONTRACTOR MAY NOT MAKE CHANGES TO THE SIDEWALK AND CURB RAMP LAYOUT WITHOUT APPROVAL OF 3. LAYOUT, INCLUDING ACTUAL DIMENSIONS AND SLOPE PERCENTAGES. RAMP, THE ENGINEER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN OF THE SIDEWALK AND CURB RAMP TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS ARE ONLY INTENDED TO INDICATE PAY LIMITS FOR EACH TYPE OF 2. DESIGN BY THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 2012 TEXAS ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS (TAS) AND THE 2010 ADA STANDARDS FOR ACCESSIBLE CURB RAMPS. THE INFORMATION SHOWN ON THE STANDARD DETAILS MEET THE REQUIREMENTS SHOWN IN THE THE CURB RAMP STANDARD DETAILS ARE INTENDED TO SHOW TYPICAL LAYOUTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE 1. SIDEWALKS AND CURB RAMPS: WHICH SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE BID IN THE PROPOSAL FOR VARIOUS BID ITEMS. EACH DAY. THE TEMPORARY SURFACE SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS A SUBSIDIARY ITEM OF WORK. THE COST OF ALL DRIVEWAYS, WHICH ARE OPEN CUT, SHALL HAVE AT LEAST A TEMPORARY DRIVING SURFACE AT THE END OF 2. PRICE BID IN THE PROPOSAL FOR VARIOUS BID ITEMS. GRADES SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS A SUBSIDIARY ITEM OF WORK, THE COST OF WHICH SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF EXISTING STREET AND GUTTER GRADES. ESTABLISHMENT OF AT LOCATIONS WHERE THE CURB AND GUTTER ARE TO BE REPLACED, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ASSUME ALL 1. GENERAL: EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF THESE ITEMS SHALL BE AS DESIGNATED IN THE DRAWINGS. PROTECT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER, DRIVEWAYS, AND SIDEWALKS THAT ARE NOT DESIGNATED FOR REMOVAL. 3. THE CONTRACTORS NAME, LOGO OR COMPANY. CONTRACTORS PERSONNEL SHALL HAVE IDENTIFYING CLOTHING, HATS OR BADGES AT ALL TIMES WHICH IDENTIFY 2. START OF ANY EXCAVATION THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE (817) 430-0941 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE F. WORK AT THE INTERSECTION. PERFORM CONDUIT LINE LOCATES AT SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS 72 HOURS PRIOR TO COMMENCING EXPENSE OF THE CONTRACTOR. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE TO SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS. ANY DAMAGES AT SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS SHALL BE REPLACED AT THE EXISTING SIGNAL HARDWARE, GROUND BOXES, DETECTION LOOPS, AND UNDERGROUND CONDUIT AT SHALL NOTIFY TOWN OF WESTLAKE (817) 430-0941. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT CAUTION! WHEN DOING WORK WITHIN 200 FEET OF ANY SIGNALIZED INTERSECTION, THE CONTRACTOR E. 1-800-344-8377CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS* COMMUNICATION COMPANIES 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATION: CAUTION! BURIED COMMUNICATION CABLES MAY EXIST ALONG THIS PROJECT. CONTACT D. 1-800-344-8377) PRIOR TO EXCAVATION, AND WITHIN TWO (2) HOURS OF ENCOUNTERING A GAS LINE (ATMOS GAS: CAUTION! BURIED GAS LINES MAY EXIST ALONG THIS PROJECT. CONTACT {GAS COMPANY} 48 HOURS C. 1-800-344-8377TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY* HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATION : CAUTION! BURIED ELECTRIC LINES MAY EXIST ALONG THIS PROJECT. CONTACT ELECTRICAL PROVIDERS 48 B. PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. NOTIFY TEXAS 811 (1-800-DIG-TESS OR WWW.TEXAS811.ORG) TO LOCATE EXISTING UTILITIES A. 48 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY ANY AFFECTED OWNERS (UTILITY COMPANIES) OR AGENCIES IN WRITING AT LEAST OF WORK, THE COST OF WHICH SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE BID IN THE PROPOSAL FOR VARIOUS BID ITEMS. ANY DAMAGE THERETO RESULTING FROM THE WORK. THIS WORK SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS A SUBSIDIARY ITEM UNDERGROUND FACILITIES DURING CONSTRUCTION AND FOR THE SAFETY AND PROTECTION THEREOF AND REPAIRING FOR LOCATING ALL UNDERGROUND FACILITIES, FOR COORDINATION OF THE WORK WITH THE OWNERS OF SUCH CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR REVIEWING AND CHECKING ALL SUCH INFORMATION OR DATA, SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY SUCH INFORMATION OR DATA. THE UNDERGROUND FACILITIES OR ON PHYSICAL APPURTENANCES OBSERVED IN THE FIELD. THE TOWN AND ENGINEER CONTIGUOUS TO THE SITE IS APPROXIMATE AND BASED ON INFORMATION FURNISHED BY THE OWNERS OF SUCH EXCAVATION. THE INFORMATION AND DATA SHOWN WITH RESPECT TO EXISTING UNDERGROUND FACILITIES AT OR THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING ALL UTILITIES, WHETHER PUBLIC OR PRIVATE, PRIOR TO 1. GENERAL: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS GENERAL NOTES GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES C003 DATE FILE SHEETSHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C003-HWA20004-C-GEN-NOTE1.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:35:09 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 C004 GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES ABBREVIATIONS MANHOLEMH LEFTLT LOW POINTLP LINEAR FEETLF JOINTJT JUNCTION BOXJB IRRIGATIONIRR HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONINGHVAC HIGH POINTHP HORIZONTALHORIZ HOT MIX ASPHALTIC CONCRETEHMAC HEADWALLHDWL HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE PIPEHDPE GAS METERGM GRATE INLETGI GUTTERG FIRE WATERFW FLOW LINEFL FEET PER SECONDFPS FINISHED PADFP FIBER OPTICSFO FORCE MAINFM FIRE HYDRANTFH FINISHED GRADEFG FINISH FLOOR ELEVATIONFFE FACE TO FACE OF CURBF-F FACE OF CURBFOC EXISTINGEX EASEMENTESMT EDGE OF PAVEMENTEP ELECTRIC MANHOLEEMH ELEVATIONEL EXPANSION JOINTEJ DOMESTIC WATERDW DUCTILE IRON PIPEDIP DIAMETERDIA DROP INLETDI DRAINAGE EASEMENTDE DOUBLE CLEANOUTDCO CENTER LINECL CONSTRUCTCONST CONCRETECONC CLEANOUTCO CORRUGATED METAL PIPECMP CURB INLETCI CUBIC FEET PER SECONDCFS CABLE TVCATV BOTTOM OF WALLBW BENCHMARKBM BACK TO BACK OF CURBB-B BACK OF CURBBOC ASPHALTASPH APPROXIMATELYAPPROX WASTE WATERWW WATER VALVEWV WATER MANHOLEWMH WATER METERWM WATER LINEWL WATER EASEMENTWE WATERW VITRIFIED CLAY PIPEVCP UNDERGROUND ELECTRICUGE UTILITY EASEMENTUE TYPICALTYP TOP OF WALLTW TOP OF PIPETPIPE TOP OF PAVEMENTTP TOE OF SLOPETOS TOP OF BANKTOB TELEPHONE MANHOLETMH TOP OF CURBTC TELEPHONET SQUARE YARDSY STATIONSTA SANITARY SEWER EASEMENTSSE SANITARY SEWERSS SQUARESQ STORM DRAINSD SQUARE FEETSF RIGHTRT RIGHT OF WAYROW RIDGE LINERL REINFORCEDREINF REINFORCED CONCRETE CYLINDRICAL PIPERCCP REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPERCP RECESSED CURB INLETRCI REINFORCED CONCRETE BOXRCB RADIUSR OVERHEAD ELECTRICOHE ON CENTER EACH WAYOCEW PAVEMENTPVMT POLYVINYL CHLORIDE PIPEPVC POINT OF TANGENCYPT PROPOSED BY OTHERSPBO PROPOSEDPROP POINT OF REVERSE CURVATUREPRC POWER POLEPP PROPERTY LINEPL POST INDICATOR VALVEPIV POINT OF INTERSECTIONPI POINT OF COMPOUND CURVATUREPCC POINT OF CURVATUREPC NATURAL GROUND (EXISTING)NG NOT APPLICABLEN/A EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTESGRADING GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES PAVING GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES R.O.W. REFER TO PAVING GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES. * APPLIES TO ALL AREAS OUTSIDE OF PUBLIC R.O.W. ONLY. FOR DENSITY/MOISTURE REQUIREMENTS IN 12. 4:1 SLOPES INTO PUBLIC PARKS ARE LIMITED TO 10’ HORIZONTALLY. INCLUDING FOOTING. 11. NO PART OF ANY RETAINING WALL SHALL BE WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY, OR TOWN PROPERTY (I.E. PARK) TO THIS CONTRACT. INCHES OF TOP SOIL. THIS SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY THE EXCAVATION CONTRACTOR, SUBSIDIARY STREET SUBGRADE. ROCK IN STREET PARKWAYS SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH SIX OF SIX INCHES, REMOVED FROM THE STREET, AND NON-ROCK MATERIAL SHALL BE REPLACED FOR THE 10. IF ROCK IS ENCOUNTERED IN THE STREET SUBGRADE, THE ROCK SHALL BE EXCAVATED TO A DEPTH SAID MATERIALS WERE REMOVED DURING THE DAY FOR EASE OF CONSTRUCTION OR ACCESS. 9. CONTRACTOR SHALL REPLACE ANY EROSION CONTROL MATERIALS AT THE END OF EACH WORK DAY IF CENTER OF THE PAD, IN ALL SWALES, AND LOT CORNERS. PROVIDED TO A TOLERANCE OF PLUS OR MINUS TWO TENTHS OF ONE FOOT AT ALL FOUR CORNERS AND BUILDING PAD GRADING, TO BE DONE UPON COMPLETION OF PAVING AND UTILITY FACILITIES, SHALL BE FOOT IN STREETS AND PLUS OR MINUS THREE TENTHS OF ONE FOOT FOR BUILDING PADS. FINAL 8. INITIAL SITE GRADING SHALL BE COMPLETED TO A TOLERANCE OF PLUS OR MINUS ONE TENTH OF ONE SURFACE DRAINAGE. 7. CONTRACTOR TO SLOPE THE ADJACENT GROUND AWAY FROM BUILDING PAD TO ACHIEVE POSITIVE MATERIAL WHICH SOILS LAB DECLARES UNSUITABLE FOR USE ON-SITE. 6. GRADING CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DISPOSAL OFF-SITE OF ALL EXCAVATED AND CLEARED 5. FRONT YARDS TO BE "DISHED OUT" USED IN FILL SHALL BE LESS THAN SIX (6) INCHES DIAMETER. COMPACTING EACH LIFT TO AT LEAST THE SPECIFIED MINIMUM DRY DENSITY. PARTICLE SIZES 4. COMPACTION SHOULD BE ACCOMPLISHED BY PLACING THE FILL IN SIX INCH THICK LOOSE LIFTS AND PADS, STREETS OR ANY OTHER AREAS THAT WILL HAVE ANY TYPE OF STRUCTURES. SIX INCHES IN ITS GREATEST DIMENSION SHALL BE USED IN FILL WHEN THE FILL IS PLACED UNDER OR MINUS THREE (3) PERCENTAGE POINTS OF OPTIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT. NO ROCK LARGER THAN A.S.T.M. D-698. THE COMPACTED MOISTURE CONTENT DURING PLACEMENT SHOULD BE WITHIN PLUS PERCENT AND NOT EXCEEDING 105 PERCENT OF STANDARD PROCTOR DENSITY AS DETERMINED BY *3. LIMESTONE OR OTHER ROCK-LIKE MATERIALS USED AS FILL SHOULD BE COMPACTED TO AT LEAST 95 OPTIMUM AND NOT EXCEEDING FIVE (5) PERCENTAGE POINTS ABOVE OPTIMUM. THE COMPACTED MOISTURE CONTENT OF THE CLAYS DURING PLACEMENT SHOULD BE AT LEAST EXCEEDING 105 PERCENT OF STANDARD PROCTOR DENSITY AT DETERMINED BY A.S.T.M. D-698. *2. ALL CLAY SOIL USED AS FILL SHOULD BE COMPACTED TO A DRY DENSITY OF AT LEAST 95 AND NOT STANDARD AND/OR SPECIFICATION SHALL SUPERSEDE THE ABOVE. AND SPECIFICATIONS PREPARED BY SOILS ENGINEER, HOWEVER, ANY TOWN OF WESTLAKE 1. ALL CONSTRUCTION TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROVISIONS OUTLINED IN F.H.A. DATA SHEET 79G 9. SEE PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION DETAILS SHEET FOR PAVEMENT SECTIONS AND CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. A DISTANCE OF 50’ OF WHERE A VALLEY GUTTER CROSSES A STREET INTERSECTION. 8. TYPICAL PAVEMENT SECTION IS TO TRANSITION FROM CROWN SECTION TO TRANSVERSE SECTION WITHIN DIMENSIONS ARE TO FACE OF CURB, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 7. STREET CURB RADII AT STREET INTERSECTIONS SHALL BE 15’ UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. ALL PAVING UNDERNEATH PROPOSED PAVING. WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE PRE-CONSTRUCTION MEETING FOR ALL FILL AREAS IN EXCESS OF 2.0’ 6. ALL FILL SHALL BE COMPACTED AS SPECIFIED IN THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. DENSITY TEST RESULTS INTERSECTIONS. 5. THE PAVING CONTRACTOR SHALL BE REQUIRED TO CONSTRUCT STANDARD CURBS AT ALL STREET FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION - N.T.C.O.G.". STREET AND STORM DRAIN CONSTRUCTION - TOWN OF WESTLAKE " AND "STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS 4. ALL MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONFORM TO APPLICABLE "STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR 3. SEE UTILITY PLANS FOR LOCATION OF WATER MAINS, SEWER MAINS, AND UTILITY CROSSINGS. UTILITIES PRIOR TO HIS OPERATIONS. 2. CONTRACTOR WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR FIELD VERIFYING THE LOCATION AND ELEVATION OF EXISTING ASSUMES NOR IMPLIES ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ACCURACY OF THIS DATA. AS POSSIBLE, THE CONTRACTOR IS CAUTIONED THAT THE OWNER AND THE ENGINEER NEITHER 1. UTILITY DATA IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION ONLY. ALTHOUGH THIS DATA IS SHOWN AS ACCURATELY GENERATED BY THE PROJECT OR DEPOSITED AS A RESULT OF EROSION CONTROL MEASURES. DRAINAGEWAYS AND BORROW DITCHES IN THE WORK ZONE SHALL BE DREDGED OF ANY SEDIMENT OCCUR DUE TO BLOCKED DRAINAGE. AT THE CONCLUSION OF ANY PROJECT, ALL CHANNELS, LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY MEASURES, INCLUDING FLOODING DAMAGE WHICH MAY DRAINAGEWAYS OR BORROW DITCHES AT RISK OF CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR SHALL REMAIN 15. EROSION CONTROL MEASURES MAY ONLY BE PLACED IN FRONT OF INLET OR IN CHANNELS, STABILIZED. 14. EROSION CONTROLS TO REMAIN IN PLACE AND TO BE MAINTAINED UNTIL DISTURBED AREAS ARE 14 DAYS. 13. AREAS WHERE FINAL GRADE HAS BEEN ACHIEVED SHOULD RECEIVE PERMANENT SEEDING WITHIN REPRESENTATIVE. LEAVES THE SITE. THE LOCATION OF SAME IS TO BE APPROVED BY THE OWNER OR HIS 12. CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCES ARE TO BE INSTALLED AT ALL POINTS WHERE EQUIPMENT ENTERS OR OR HIS REPRESENTATIVE. "PARKING AND STORAGE AREA". THE LOCATION OF SAID AREA IS TO BE APPROVED BY THE OWNER 11. CONTRACTORS SHALL PARK, STORE EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS, AND SERVICE VEHICLES AT THE BY THE CONSULTANT ENGINEER. 10. "SEDIMENT BARRIER" INDICATES SILT FENCE AS SELECTED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND APPROVED WASTE MANAGEMENT. CONCRETE TRUCK WASHING. SEE N.C.T.C.O.G. CONSTRUCTION BMP MANUAL SECTION 4 CONCRETE 9. A CENTRALIZED PIT/WASH BASIN SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED ON-SITE FOR THE PURPOSE OF MANAGEMENT. SAID STORAGE. SEE N.C.T.C.O.G. CONSTRUCTION BMP MANUAL SECTION 4 HAZARDOUS WASTE HAZARDS TO THE GROUND WATER IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR UTILIZING 8. USE OF ON-SITE FUEL STORAGE TANKS IS DISCOURAGED. HOWEVER, IF USED, THE PREVENTION OF STORM. 7. ALL EROSION CONTROL DEVICES TO BE INSPECTED, CLEANED AND/OR REPLACED AFTER EACH FROM EROSION DEPOSITS. SHALL PROTECT ALL PUBLIC STREETS, ALLEYS, STREAMS, STORM DRAIN SYSTEMS AND INLETS CONTROL AND LIMIT SILT AND SEDIMENT LEAVING THE SITE. SPECIFICALLY, THE CONTRACTOR 6. IT SHALL BE THE CONTRACTOR’S RESPONSIBILITY TO USE WHATEVER MEANS ARE NECESSARY TO 5. ALL PERIMETER PROTECTION SHALL BE INSTALLED PRIOR TO EXTENSIVE ON SITE GRADING. DAY. FOR CONSTRUCTION OR ACCESS. ALL EROSION CONTROL MUST BE IN PLACE AT THE END OF EACH ALREADY IN PLACE. CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE AND REPLACE EROSION CONTROL AS NEEDED 4. EACH CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING ALL EROSION CONTROL DEVICES RECOMMENDATIONS. 3. SILT FENCES SHALL BE MIRAFI 100X OR APPROVED EQUAL AND INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURER (C) OWNER TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SEEDING, AND FINAL REMOVAL OF EROSION CONTROLS. INSTALLATION OF STAGE 1 AND STAGE 2 INLET PROTECTION. (B) UTILITY CONTRACTOR (WATER, SEWER & STORM DRAIN) TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECK DAMS AND CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE/EXIT. (A) EXCAVATION CONTRACTOR TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLATION OF SILT BARRIERS, MEASURES TAKEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS PLAN ARE INADEQUATE. LOCATIONS FOR EROSION CONTROL MAY OCCUR IF IN THE OPINION OF THE TOWN INSPECTOR SHALL BE AS SHOWN IN THE PLANS. ADDITIONAL EROSION CONTROL DEVICES AND/OR ADJUSTMENT OF 2. THE LOCATION OF EROSION CONTROL DEVICES AND THE CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLATION 1. ALL PROCEDURES AND MATERIALS USED FOR EROSION CONTROL SHALL BE APPROVED BY THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE. STORM DRAIN GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES TRAFFIC GENERAL NOTES DEVICES (TEXAS MUTCD). COMPLY WITH THE LATEST VERSION OF THE TEXAS MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL 1. ALL TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES SUCH AS SIGNS, SIGNALS, AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS MUST 5. ALL INLETS DEEPER THAN 5 FEET SHALL INCLUDE MANHOLE STEPS OR OTHERWISE PROTECTED AGAINST EROSION BY THE USE OF RIP RAP, GABIONS, OR GEOTEXTILES. STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN WHICH WAS PREPARED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS PROJECT, 4. ALL AREAS DISTURBED BY CHANNEL EXCAVATION SHALL BE REVEGETATED AS SET FORTH IN THE GROUTED AS NECESSARY, PER TOWN OF WESTLAKE CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS. 3. ALL CURVED STORM DRAIN IS TO BE CONSTRUCTED WITH RADIUS PIPE OR IS TO HAVE ALL JOINTS 2. ALL STORM DRAIN LINES ARE TO BE CLASS III R.C.P. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEWER DRAWINGS FOR EXACT LOCATIONS. 1. WATER AND SANITARY SEWER LINES ARE SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. REFER TO WATER AND DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C004-HWA20004-C-GEN-NOTE2.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:35:10 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: N G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C101-HWA20004-C-DEMO-PLAN.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:35:12 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD 60 120 1800 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 10’X6’RCB 625625625625625 621621 622622622622 624624 621621 624621 622622622622 624 624 624621 624621621620 62 0 620625625 625 62562 0 620WARNING!! CONSTRUCTION LOCATION PRIOR TO CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY UNDERGROUND UTILITY LINES APPROXIMATE LOCATION EX 21" WEX 8" GEX OHEEX OHEEX OHEEX OHE EX 8" G 8 " WEX10" WEXEX 12" W TO BE REMOVED EX FENCE LEGEND C101ROANOKESH - 170 SCHWAB WAY ROADJT OTTINGERSH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROADSH - 170 WB FRONTAGE ROAD 170 TEXAS & DEMOLITION PLAN EXISTING CONDITIONS E X 1 2 " WEX ROW EX ROW E X 1 2" WTO BE REMOVED 60 LF OF EX FENCE WIRES TO BE RELOCATED EX POWER POLE & GUY E X 8" S S EX 10" SS EX 27" RCP E X 8" S S EX 36" RCP EX 24" RCP EX 24 " RC P EX 24" RCP EX 18" RCP EX 24" RCP R C P E X 24" CURB & GUTTER TO BE REMOVED 440 LF OF 2’ WIDE STRIP EX CONC R.P.R.D.C.T. VOL. 4247, PG 2908 40’ PUBLIC UTILITY ESMT EX 10’ UTILITY ESMT R.P.R.D.C.T. VOL. 4247, PG 2908 40’ PUBLIC UTILITY ESMT MARKING TO BE REMOVED 440 LF OF EX EDGE LINE PVMT TO BE REMOVED EX STORM DRAIN INLET EX COMMWESTLAKE EX TxDOT ROW EX TxDOT ROW EX TxDOT RO WSIDEWALK TO BE REMOVED 299 SF OF EX CONC TO BE REMOVED EX CONC SIDEWALK TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC2005-136073 DC2005-136072 ASSOCIATES LTD 170 RETAIL DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC2016-64107 69.337 AC TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DATE FILE SHEET 0 80 120 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 40 DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: N G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C201-HWA20004-C-SSWR-WATR-PLAN.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:35:14 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021621622624624621621624622624 624 624621 624620 62 0625 625 62562 0 620621621625625625625625 62662562562562 5 6 2 5 6 2 5 6 2 1625624 C201 PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER LINE PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER LINE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE LEGEND EXISTING WATER LINE EXISTING GATE VALVE EXISTING FIRE HYDRANT ASSY PROPOSED WATER LINE PROPOSED GATE VALVE INFORMATION DETAILED CONSTRUCTION SEE SEWER PLANS FOR SCHW AB W AY S T R E E T GSANITARY SEWER PLAN OVERALL EX 12" W E X 8" S S EX 10" SS EX ROW EX ROW 8" S S -1 8" SS-1a BEGIN 8" SS CONNECT TO EX 8" SS REMOVE EX PLUG SS-1 STA 0+00.00 8" SS-1b CONST STD 4’ DIA MH SS-1b STA 0+00.00 SS-1a STA 0+00.00 = SS-1 STA 0+80.00 = CONST STD 4’ DIA MH SS-1d STA 0+00.00 SS-1c STA 0+00.00 = SS-1 STA 3+00.00 = 8" S S -1 8" SS-1d E X 1 2" WL WATER LINE CROSSINGS TO BE LOCATED FOR FUTURE USE. OR OTHER ACCEPTABLE IDENTIFIERS ALLOWING THE PROVIDE IDENTIFYING MARKERS ON BACK OF CURB, NOTE: BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY 8" SS-1c SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS EX 8" W EX 10" W DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DATE FILE SHEET PROFILE SCALES: 1" = 40’ HORZ. 1" = 4’ VERT. 0 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C202-HWA20004-C-SSWR-PP1.sht40 12080 REV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:35:16 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021 6 2 4 6246 2 4 62462 5 626 625 625625625625 625621625 6241+00 2+00 3+00 4+00 5+00 @ 0.50% EXIST 8" SS 10" FL OUT = 608.9210" FL IN = 609.02 8" FL IN = 609.19 8" FL IN = 609.67 8" FL OUT = 609.67 8" FL IN = 610.16 8" FL IN = 610.16 8" FL IN = 610.16 8" FL OUT = 610.06 8" FL IN = 611.34 8" FL IN = 611.34 8" FL OUT = 611.24RIM = 624.13CONST STD 4’ DIA MHSS-1b STA 0+00.00SS-1a STA 0+00.00SS-1 STA 0+80.00 =RIM = 625.38CONST STD 4’ DIA MHSS-1d STA 0+00.00SS-1c STA 0+00.00SS-1 STA 3+00.00 =NG @ CL @ CL PROP GRADE CONDUIT 2", 4", 6" STOP (TYP) TRENCH WATER CLSM CONCRETE INSTALL STOP (TYP) TRENCH WATER CLSM CONCRETE INSTALL STABILIZED SAND OF CEMENT INSTALL 20 LF @ 0.50% SDR-26 8" SS PVC BEGIN 8" SSCONNECT TO EXIST 8" SSREMOVE EX PLUG &EX SS STUBEX SS STA 0+96.00SS-1 STA 0+00.00 =RIM = 622.31STD 4’ DIA MHSS-1 STA -0+96.00@ 0.50% 8" SS PVC SDR-26 21" RCP 3.1’ 21" RCP 2.2’ 3.7’ 21" RCP STABILIZED SAND OF CEMENT INSTALL 40 LF 609.42609.92610.50610.75611.00CONDUIT 24"NC202EX TxDOT ROWEX ROWEX ROWSCHWAB WAY 0+00 1+00 2+00 3+00 610 620 630 610 600 620 WARNING!! CONSTRUCTION LOCATION PRIOR TO CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY OHE & UG UTILITY LINES APPROXIMATE LOCATION 8" SS-18" SS-1EX 10" SSSANITARY SEWER PLAN & PROFILE SS-1 UTILITY CROSSING UTILITY CONSTRUCTION NOTES 1 LEGEND PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER LINE PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER LINE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE PROPOSED WATER LINE PROPOSED GATE VALVE PROPOSED FIRE HYDRANT ASSY EXISTING WATER LINE EXISTING GATE VALVE PROPOSED STREET LIGHT EXISTING STREET LIGHT 1 1 1 STREET G E 2362110.92 N 7048333.06 E 2362002.88 N 7048524.70 600 630EX 12" W8" SS-1a8" SS-1c8" SS-1b 8" SS-1d EX 8" SS BEGIN 8" SS CONNECT TO EX 8" SS REMOVE EX PLUG SS-1 STA 0+00.00 E N CONST STD 4’ DIA MH SS-1b STA 0+00.00 SS-1a STA 0+00.00 = SS-1 STA 0+80.00 = E N CONST STD 4’ DIA MH SS-1d STA 0+00.00 SS-1c STA 0+00.00 = SS-1 STA 3+00.00 =SH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROADSANITARY SEWER MANHOLES TO BE B&H VRM-30 BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC2016-6410769.337 ACTRACT 1CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DATE FILE SHEET PROFILE SCALES: 1" = 40’ HORZ. 1" = 4’ VERT. 0 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C203-HWA20004-C-SSWR-PP2.sht40 12080 REV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:35:17 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021624624625625621625FUTURE CONNECTIONEND 8" SS & PLUG FORSS-1a STA 0+36.92BEGIN 8" SSSS-1b STA 0+00.00SS-1 STA 0+80.00SS-1a STA 0+00.00 = 8" FL IN = 610.37@ CL PROP GRADE @ 0.60% 8" SS PVC SDR-26 2.0’ 27" RCP 8" FL IN = 610.16 8" FL IN = 610.16 8" FL OUT = 610.06 8" FL IN = 610.16STOP (TYP) TRENCH WATER CLSM CONCRETE INSTALL STABILIZED SAND OF CEMENT INSTALL 37 LF 624624 6256256216251+002+00FUTURE CONNECTIONEND 8" SS & PLUG FORSS-1b STA 0+23.08BEGIN 8" SSSS-1a STA 0+00.00SS-1 STA 0+80.00SS-1b STA 0+00.00 = 8" FL IN = 610.29@ CL PROP GRADE @ 0.60% 8" SS PVC SDR-26 8" FL IN = 610.16 8" FL IN = 610.16 8" FL OUT = 610.06 8" FL IN = 610.166266256256256252+00BEGIN 8" SSSS-1d STA 0+00.00SS-1 STA 3+00.00SS-1c STA 0+00.00 =@ CL PROP GRADE NG @ CL 8" FL IN = 611.55FUTURE CONNECTIONEND 8" SS & PLUG FORSS-1c STA 0+36.9627" RCP 3.0’ 8" FL IN = 611.34 8" FL OUT = 611.24 8" FL IN = 611.34STOP (TYP) TRENCH WATER CLSM CONCRETE INSTALL @ 0.60% 8" SS PVC SDR-26 STABILIZED SAND OF CEMENT INSTALL 37 LF 626625625 6256252+00BEGIN 8" SSSS-1c STA 0+00.00SS-1 STA 3+00.00SS-1d STA 0+00.00 = 8" FL IN = 611.47FUTURE CONNECTIONEND 8" SS & PLUG FORSS-1d STA 0+23.03@ CL PROP GRADE NG @ CL @ 0.60% 8" SS PVC SDR-26 8" FL IN = 611.34 8" FL OUT = 611.24 8" FL IN = 611.34C203 SCHWAB WAY 0+00 0+00 0+00 0+00 610 620 630 610 600 620 SANITARY SEWER PLAN & PROFILE UTILITY CROSSING UTILITY CONSTRUCTION NOTES 1 LEGEND PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER LINE PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER LINE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE PROPOSED WATER LINE PROPOSED GATE VALVE PROPOSED FIRE HYDRANT ASSY EXISTING WATER LINE EXISTING GATE VALVE PROPOSED STREET LIGHT EXISTING STREET LIGHT 1STREET GE 2362110.92 N 7048333.06 600 6308" SS-18" SS-1b SS-1a SS-1a, SS-1b, SS-1c, & SS-1d 8" SS-1a 27" SD-ASS-1b SS-1c SS-1dNN NN1 SCHWAB WAY 27" SD-A8" SS-18" SS-18" SS-18" SS-1b 8" SS-1a 8" SS-1c 8" SS-1c 8" SS-1d 27" SD-A27" SD-A27" SD-A27" SD-AE 2362002.88 N 7048524.70 E 2362002.88 N 7048524.70 E N FUTURE CONNECTION END 8" SS & CAP FOR SS-1a STA 0+36.92 E N FUTURE CONNECTION END 8" SS & CAP FOR SS-1b STA 0+23.08 600 610 620 630 600 610 620 630 600 610 620 630 600 610 620 630 600 610 620 630 600 610 620 630STREET GSTREET GSTREET GSANITARY SEWER MANHOLES TO BE B&H VRM-30 EX 8" SSE N BEGIN 8" SS SS-1b STA 0+00.00 SS-1 STA 0+80.00 = SS-1a STA 0+00.00 = E N BEGIN 8" SS SS-1d STA 0+00.00 SS-1 STA 3+00.00 = SS-1c STA 0+00.00 = E N BEGIN 8" SS SS-1c STA 0+00.00 SS-1 STA 3+00.00 = SS-1d STA 0+00.00 = E N FUTURE CONNECTION END 8" SS & CAP FOR SS-1d STA 0+23.03 E N FUTURE CONNECTION END 8" SS & CAP FOR SS-1c STA 0+36.96 EX ROW E 2362143.08 N 7048351.19 E 2362090.82 N 7048321.72 E 2362035.08 N 7048542.85 E 2361982.81 N 7048513.39 EX ROW BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY 8" SS-1BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT WATER SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT WATER SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 60’ PUBLIC ACCESSDC98-011864955.877 ACWESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTDDC98-011864955.877 ACWESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTDDC98-011864955.877 ACWESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTDDC98-011864955.877 ACWESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTDE 2362110.92 N 7048333.06 E N BEGIN 8" SS SS-1a STA 0+00.00 SS-1 STA 0+80.00 = SS-1b STA 0+00.00 = BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY C204 NOT TO SCALE1 EMBEDMENT FOR SANITARY SEWER NOT TO SCALE 6" 12" METALLIC DETECTOR TAPE CONCRETE PAVEMENT (CONE) MANHOLE LID ASSEMBLY - PROPOSED PIPE CONNECTION. DIRECTION FROM THE CENTER OF THE CONCRETE EXTENDING 12" IN EITHER ALL "CT" ADAPTERS TO BE ENCASED IN 6"3. FOR SEWER LINES. BETWEEN EMBEDMENT AND NATIVE BACKFILL METALLIC DETECTOR TAPE TO BE PLACED2. 6" BELOW THE PIPE. EXTENDING 1 FOOT ABOVE THE PIPE AND ALL SEWER PIPE SHOULD HAVE EMBEDMENT1. NOTES: NOT TO SCALE TRENCH WATER STOP3 TO PROVIDE SMOOTH WORKING SURFACE QUICK SETTING HYDRAULIC CEMENT CONCRETE BONDING AGENT AND GASKET MATERIAL 2 ROWS OF BITUMINOUS CONFORMING TO ASTM C-478 PRECAST GRADE ADJUSTMENTS FINISHED GRADE IN PAVED AREAS AREAS AND MATCH EXISTING PAVEMENT SURROUNDING AREA IN NON-PAVED SET MANHOLE RIMS 1/2" TO 1" HIGHER THAN (NON-PAVED AREAS) GS-702 OR EQUAL GASKET MATERIAL TROWELABLE BITUMASTIC (NON-PAVED AREAS) POLYETHYLENE SHEET 6’ MAX 24" MAX4" MIN 12" MIN 6" MIN CLSM BACKFILL CLSM BACKFILL SEALING PROCEDURE N.T.S. NOT TO SCALE PRECAST STANDARD MANHOLE NOT TO SCALE TIE-IN STANDARD MANHOLE NOT TO SCALE GRADE RING SEALING 6 NOT TO SCALE EMBEDMENT FOR WATER LINES METALLIC DETECTOR TAPE 7 UTILITY DETAILS 2 4 5 DATE FILE SHEETSHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C204-HWA20004-C-SSWR-DETL1.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:35:19 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021 620620 619 DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: N G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C301-HWA20004-C-DAM-INT.sht0 240 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 80 160 REV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:37:08 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021620620620620621621622625625622 624 621621 62462 0 62 0 61 5 61 5 62 0 62 0 62 0 620 620620620620620 625625 620 625620620625620 620 620620625625625625625 6206266256256256 2 5 6 2 5 6 2 5 6 2 16256256243.95 Ac. A-3 0.13 Ac. A-4 0.13 Ac. A-5 0.15 Ac. A-1 0.15 Ac. A-2 0.54 Ac. 30F27 0.61 Ac. 30F29 10.2 Ac. OS-3 34.4 Ac. OS-1 6.75 Ac. OS-2 DESIGNATION DRAINAGE AREA DRAINAGE LEGEND MAJOR DRAINAGE DIVIDE SURFACE FLOW ARROW 1. RATIONAL METHOD OF DESIGN. 2. DESIGN FREQUENCY (A) CLOSED SYSTEM - 5 YEAR (B) CLOSED SYSTEM - 100 YEAR (C) OPEN CHANNEL - 100 YEAR RAINFALL INTENSITY FROM T.P. No. 40 DESIGN CRITERIA n = 0.013 FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE SH - 170 SCHWAB WAY 170 TEXAS n = 0.015 FOR CONCRETE STREET/GUTTERS (BROOM FINISH) (PERMANENT) INLET NUMBER (TEMPORARY) INLET NUMBER C301 DRAINAGE AREA MAP - INTERIM SCHWAB WAY S T R E E T GEX 36" RCP EX 27" RCP EX 60" RCP EX 7’x5’ RCB EX 48" RCP EX 30" RCP EX 21 " RC P (2) 5’x4’ MBC EX 7’x’4 H S-20 RCB EX 8’x’4 HS-20 RCBEX 7’x5’ RCBEX 30" RCPEX TXDOT 18" RCP EX TXDOT 54" RCP PROP TXDOT 18" RCP 21" SD-A1 21" SD-A221" SD-A3 27" SD-A 21" SD-A7 27" SD-A TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: X.XX Ac. X-1 1 1 1 26 5 4 3 DC2016-64107 69.337 AC TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD 620620 619 DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: N G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C302-HWA20004-C-DAM-ULT.sht0 240 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 80 160 REV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:37:13 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021620620620620621621622625625622 624 621621 62462 0 62 0 61 5 61 5 62 0 62 0 62 0 620 620620620620620 625625 620 625620620625620 620 620620625625625625625 6206266256256256 2 5 6 2 5 6 2 5 6 2 16256256240.54 Ac. 30F27 0.61 Ac. 30F29 13+0014+0015+0016+00SH - 170 SCHWAB WAY 170 TEXAS SCHWAB WAY S T R E E T GEX 36" RCP EX 27" RCP EX 60" RCP EX 7’x5’ RCB EX 48" RCP EX 30" RCP EX 21 " RC P (2) 5’x4’ MBC EX 7’x’4 H S-20 RCB EX 8’x’4 HS-20 RCBEX 7’x5’ RCBEX 30" RCPEX TXDOT 18" RCP EX TXDOT 54" RCP C302 DRAINAGE AREA MAP - ULTIMATE 27" SD-A DESIGNATION DRAINAGE AREA DRAINAGE LEGEND MAJOR DRAINAGE DIVIDE SURFACE FLOW ARROW 1. RATIONAL METHOD OF DESIGN. 2. DESIGN FREQUENCY (A) CLOSED SYSTEM - 5 YEAR (B) CLOSED SYSTEM - 100 YEAR (C) OPEN CHANNEL - 100 YEAR RAINFALL INTENSITY FROM T.P. No. 40 DESIGN CRITERIA n = 0.013 FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE n = 0.015 FOR CONCRETE STREET/GUTTERS (BROOM FINISH) (PERMANENT) INLET NUMBER (TEMPORARY) INLET NUMBER 21" SD-A3 21" SD-A2 27" SD-A 27" SD-A 21" SD-A7 PROP TXDOT 18" RCP 24" SD-A4 27" SD-A6 21" SD-A5 21" SD-A1 TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE:FLOW FROM OS-3 EX 30" RCP TO PICK UP FLOW FROM OS-3 EX 36" RCP TO PICK UP FLOW FROM OS-3 EX 30" RCP TO PICK UP FLOW FROM OS-3 EX 30" RCP TO PICK UP 0.07 Ac. A-3 0.15 Ac. A-1 0.15 Ac. A-2 0.59 Ac. A-4 0.13 Ac. A-7 0.24 Ac. A-5 15.2 Ac. OS-2 32.7 Ac. OS-3 18.5 Ac. OS-1 0.13 Ac. A-8 1.67 Ac. A-6 X.XX Ac. X-1 1 1 5 1 2 4 3 DC2016-64107 69.337 AC TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD C303 HYDRAULIC CALCULATIONS DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C303-HWA20004-C-HYDR-CALC.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:37:20 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 DATE FILE SHEET PROFILE SCALES: 1" = 40’ HORZ. 1" = 4’ VERT. 0 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C401-HWA20004-C-PAV-PP1.shtOTHERWISE NOTED TOP OF CURB UNLESS ALL ELEVATIONS ARE NOTE: 40 12080 REV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:38:39 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021 6 2 4 6246 2 4 6241+00 2+00 3+00 4+00 5+00 NG @ CL 3.5’ @ -2.0% EXIST PVMT CONDUIT 2", 4", 6" CONDUIT 2", 4", 6" CONDUIT 2", 4", 6" 3.5’ 3.5’ 21" RCP 21" RCP 21" RCP 21" RCP 8"SS 8"SS 4.0’ 8.2’ 9.1’ 9.2’ 5.6’ 4.0’ 13.7’ 13.7’PVC STA 2+52.73625.87PVI STA 2+87.73626.29HIGH PNT STA 2+96.94626.14PVT STA 3+22.73626.05LT & RT TC @ 1.20% LT & RT TC @ -0.70% 70.00’ VC e=-0.17’ K=36.84 623.44624.04624.64625.24625.84626.13625.85625.50625.15624.80PROCTOR FILL @ 95% STANDARD PROCTOR FILL @ 95% STANDARD LT TC @ 0.67 % RT TC @ 1.93 %LT TC @ -0.70 % RT TC @ -0.88 %RT TC = 624.39LT TC = 624.48& CONNECT TO EX PAVEMENTEND CONC PAVEMENTSTA 5+46.42STREET G RT TC = 623.15LT TC = 623.46TO EX CONC PAVEMENTBEGIN PAVEMENT & CONNECT STA 29+86.39, 41’ RTSCHWAB WAYSTA 0+41.00 =STREET G TxDOT ROWPVI STA 5+00.69624.80PVI STA 0+65.49623.62CONDUIT 24" CONDUIT 24"NPAVING PLAN & PROFILE C401 STREET G EX TxDOT ROWEX ROWEX ROWSCHWAB WAY 0+00 1+00 2+00 3+00 4+00 5+00 610 620 600 630 620 630 610 600 WARNING!! CONSTRUCTION LOCATION PRIOR TO CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY OHE & UG UTILITY LINES APPROXIMATE LOCATION STA 29+86.39 SCHWAB WAY STA 0+00.00 = STREET G STA 5+65.36 STREET G 25’ R 25’ R PT STA 0+65.49, 12.0’ RT PT STA 0+65.49, 12.0’ LT PC STA 5+00.58, 12.0’ LT PC STA 5+17.78, 12.0’ RT LEGEND PAVEMENT PROPOSED CONCRETE STREET LIGHTS PROPOSED 8" SS-1 24" RCP SD-A4 EX 24" RCP 6+00 STA 5+25.93, 13.13’ RT MATCH ELEVATION & SECTION TO EXISTING BEGIN PAVEMENT & CONNECT PC STA 0+40.50, 36.31’ LT MATCH ELEVATION & SECTION TO EXISTING BEGIN PAVEMENT & CONNECT PC STA 0+40.50, 36.31’ RT EX 12" W EX 12" W EX 8" SS EX 10" SSEX 12" WFL = 613.39 TC = 623.76 CONST 10’ STD CURB INLET NO. 2 PAV STA 0+80.29, 12.0’ RT 27" RCP SD-A6 FL = 616.52 TC = 625.00 CONST 10’ STD CURB INLET NO. 4 PAV STA 4+75.19, 12.0’ RT FL = 619.31 TC = 625.00 CONST 10’ STD CURB INLET NO. 3 PAV STA 4+75.19, 12.0’ LT STA 5+23.14, 22.22’ LT CURB RAMP (TYP) TYPE P-1 PERPENDICULAR CURB RAMP (TYP) TYPE P-1 PERPENDICULAR FL = 614.94 TC = 623.76 CONST 10’ STD CURB INLET NO. 1 PAV STA 0+80.31, 12.0’ LT FRONTAGE ROADSH - 170 EB 30’ R 30’ R TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: TPIPE = 620.42 @ 0.0% 1 - 2" CONDUIT (60 LF) 2 - 4" CONDUITS (60 LF) 2 - 6" CONDUITS (60 LF) INSTALL: STREET G STA 0+90.00 TPIPE = 622.55 @ 0.0% 1 - 2" CONDUIT (60 LF) 2 - 4" CONDUITS (60 LF) 2 - 6" CONDUITS (60 LF) INSTALL: STREET G STA 2+72.21 TPIPE = 621.73 @ 0.0% 1 - 2" CONDUIT (60 LF) 2 - 4" CONDUITS (60 LF) 2 - 6" CONDUITS (60 LF) INSTALL: STREET G STA 4+38.90 BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE 17.5’25’ B-B17.5’EX 100’ ROW TPIPE = 619.60 @ 0.0% 1 - 24" CONDUIT (72 LF) INSTALL: STREET G STA 0+63.44 TPIPE = 620.84 @ 0.0% 1 - 24" CONDUIT (60 LF) INSTALL: STREET G STA 4+94.78 INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC2016-64107 69.337 AC TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC SD-A7 21" RCPSD-A3 21" RCPSD-A 27" RCP SD-A 27" RCP27" RCPEX 21" RCPSD-A521" RCP SD-A2 21" RCP SD-A1 DATE FILE SHEET 0 80 120 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 40 DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C402-HWA20004-C-PAV-PP2.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:38:41 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 20214+005+00NEX TxDOT ROW (A VARIABLE WIDTH R.O.W.) SH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROAD PAVING PLAN - DECELERATION LANE C402STREET GLEGEND PAVEMENT PROPOSED CONCRETE STREET LIGHTS PROPOSED 200’ R30’ R E 2361952.23 N 7048710.51 EX OHE EX 8" G EX 24" RCPEX 24" R CP EX 24" RCP RCPEX 24"EX 24" RCP R.P.R.D.C.T. VOL. 4247, PG 2908 40’ PUBLIC UTILITY ESMT EX 10’ UTILITY ESMT EX 18" RCP SD-30F27 18" RCP EX COMM CONSTRUCTION LOCATION PRIOR TO CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY OHE & UG UTILITY LINES APPROXIMATE LOCATION WARNING!! 300’ R E 2361603.77 N 7048443.94 E 2361658.76 N 7048483.01 E 2361686.46 N 7048501.50 E 2361886.68 N 7048653.87 TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: N 624.31 TC PC CURB N 624.94 TC PCC CURB N 625.50 TC PRC CURB N 625.58 TC PCC CURB N 625.53 TC PRC CURB E 2361910.08 N 7048658.54 E 2361939.41 N 7048678.27 N 624.62 TC PRC CURB N 624.58 TC PRC CURB 1.5’ 12’ SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD 30’ R 2840’ R C403 PAVING DETAILS ELEVATION PROFILE 2% TYP. 12’ LANE BACKFILL NATIVE ACCEPTABLE COMPACTED 6"8" CONC @ 4000 PSI 12" 8% HYDRATED LIME 8" LIME STABILIZED SUBGRADE JOINT CONSTRUCTION LONGITUDINAL OCBW (MIN) NO. 3 BARS @ 18" 2% TYP. 25’ B-B 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS EASEMENT 6" CURB STANDARD ELEVATION PROFILE 12’ LANE 6" CURB STANDARD 6"8" CONC @ 4000 PSI 12" BACKFILL NATIVE ACCEPTABLE COMPACTED 2% TYP. 2% TYP. NTS STREET G SECTION 18" 18" #3 18" 18" 17.5’ PARKWAY17.5’ PARKWAY DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C403-HWA20004-C-PAV-DETL1.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:38:42 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 C404 PAVING DETAILS 18" #3 18" #3 18"18" #3 18" 18" #3 18" 40’ #3 18" DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C404-HWA20004-C-PAV-DETL2.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:39:36 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021 DATE FILE SHEET 0 80 120 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 40 DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: N G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C501-HWA20004-C-GRAD-PLAN.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:40:57 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 624624 621621 624624 624 624621 624625 625621625625625625 623.12 G 623.62 TC 0.7 1 %MATCH EX 623.93 TP MATCH EX 623.81 TP 625.37 G 625.87 TC 624.30 G 624.80 TC MATCH EX 624.44 TP 624.16 G 624.94 TC MATCH EX 624.08 TP MATCH EX 624.24 TP 624.36 G 624.86 TC 624.20 G 624.70 TC 625.00 G 625.50 TC MATCH EX 625.12 TP 624.30 G 624.80 TC 1.0 % 2.0 % 2.0 %0.7 0 %0.7 0 %MATCH EX 623.89 TP 619.80 THROAT 620.80 TOP 0.70 % 625.37 G 625.87 TC 625.55 G 626.05 TC 625.55 G 626.05 TC MATCH EX 623.98 TP 1.2 0 %1.2 0 %MATCH EX 622.65 TP MATCH EX 622.96 TP 623.12 G 623.62 TC 625.64 G 626.14 TC 625.64 G 626.14 TC RL 0.7 0 %0.7 0 %62662562562562 5 6 2 5 6 2 5 6 2 1 6:1 6:1 6:1 6:1 MATCH EX 623.29 G 623.79 TC MATCH EX 622.34 G 622.84 TC 0.6 5 %1.9 2 %625MATCH EX 625.48 TP 624.54 TP 0.8 8 %1.3 3 %625624C501 EX TxDOT ROW EX ROW EX ROW SCHW AB W AY WARNING!! CONSTRUCTION LOCATION PRIOR TO CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY OHE & UG UTILITY LINES APPROXIMATE LOCATION GRADING PLAN MAJOR CONTOUR MINOR CONTOUR GRADING LEGEND 665 EXISTING CONTOUR PROPOSED CONCRETE PROP STORM INLET ELEVATION TOP OF PAVEMENT GUTTER ELEVATION TOP OF CURB ELEVATION LIMITS OF GRADING XXX.XX XXX.XX TP XXX.XX FL XXX.XX ELEVATION FLOWLINE 1.00% SLOPE / FLOW DIRECTION SH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROAD SCHWAB WAY E 2361802.98 N 7048590.96N FL = 619.95 TC = 624.70 CONNECT 18" RCP TO INLET CONST 10’ CURB INLET & N BEGIN 18" RCP EX FL= 619.76 CONNECT TO EX 18" RCP REMOVE EX CURB INLET & E 2361795.79 N 7048600.57 @ 1.8% PROP 18" RCP EX 54" RCP EX 54" RCP RCP EX 18" S T R E E T G TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC2016-64107 69.337 AC TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DATE FILE SHEET PROFILE SCALES: 1" = 40’ HORZ. 1" = 4’ VERT. 0 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C601-HWA20004-C-STRM-PP1.shtOTHERWISE NOTED TOP OF CURB UNLESS ALL ELEVATIONS ARE NOTE: 40 12080 REV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:40:59 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021 6 2 4 6246 2 4 6241+00 2+00 3+00 4+00 5+00 13+00 14+00 15+00 16+00 RCP @ 0.011% EX 27" CLASS III RCP @ 1.0%27" CLASS III RCP @ 1.0%27" CLASS III 8"SS FL EX 27" RCP =612.38FL 27" RCP =612.38FL 21" RCP = 612.68FL 27" RCP = 612.43FL 21" RCP = 612.76FL 27" RCP = 612.51FL 21" RCP = 612.93FL 27" RCP = 612.68FL 24" RCP = 614.06FL 27" RCP = 613.93FL 27" RCP = 616.52CONST 27" x 21" x 60” WYESD-A1 STA 0+00.00SD-A STA 12+77.59 =CONST 27" x 21" x 60” WYESD-A2 STA 0+00.00SD-A STA 12+85.77 =CONST 27" x 21" x 45” WYESD-A3 STA 0+00.00SD-A STA 13+02.59 =CONST 27" x 24" x 45” WYESD-A4 STA 0+00.00SD-A STA 14+27.59 =NG @ CL @ CL PROP GRADE V = 0.35 fps Sf = 0.0000 Q100 = 1.41 cfs2.0’ CONST 27" x 21" x 45” WYESD-A7 STA 0+00.00SD-A STA 16+64.28 =FL 21" RCP = 616.55FL 27" RCP = 616.30FL 27" RCP = 615.83FL 27" RCP = 615.83CONST 27" x 27" x 45” WYESD-A6 STA 0+00.00SD-A STA 16+17.59 =CONST 27" x 21" x 45” WYESD-A5 STA 0+00.00SD-A STA 14+97.59 =FL 21" RCP = 614.88FL 27" RCP = 614.63@ CL PROP GRADE V = 0.19 fps Sf = 0.000 Q100 = 0.75 cfs V = 3.21 fps Sf = 0.0017 Q100 = 12.75 cfs V = 3.72 fps Sf = 0.0023 Q100 = 14.8 cfs V = 4.77 fps Sf = 0.0037 Q100 = 18.95 cfs V = 4.91 fps Sf = 0.0040 Q100 = 19.51 cfs V = 5.08 fps Sf = 0.0042 Q100 = 20.19 cfs V = 5.25 fps Sf = 0.0045 Q100 = 20.86 cfs TC = 625.00CONST STD 10’ CURB INLETEND 27" RCPSD-A STA 16+86.07 =CONDUIT 2", 4", 6" CONDUIT 2", 4", 6" CONDUIT 2", 4", 6" 8"SS 3.0’ 2.1’ 4.5’ 4.2’613.15613.65614.15614.65615.15615.65616.15100 YR HGL CONDUIT 24" 2.7’BEGIN 27" RCPCONNECT TO EX 27" RCPEX SD-B1 STA 12+72.59 SD-A STA 0+00.00 = NSTORM DRAIN PLAN & PROFILE SD-A C601SCHWAB WAY(A VARIABLE WIDTH R.O.W.)SH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROADEX TxDOT ROWEX ROWEX ROWSTREET G WARNING!! CONSTRUCTION LOCATION PRIOR TO CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY OHE & UG UTILITY LINES APPROXIMATE LOCATION 610 620 600 630 12+00 620 630 610 600 13+00 14+00 15+00 16+00 E N TO INLET END 27" RCP & CONNECT SD-A STA 16+86.07 21" RCP SD-A2 24" RCP SD-A4 E N 27" x 21" x 45 WYE SD-A2 STA 0+00.00 SD-A STA 12+85.78 = E N 27" x 21" x 45 WYE SD-A3 STA 0+00.00 SD-A STA 13+02.59 = E N 27" x 21" x 45 WYE SD-A1 STA 0+00.00 SD-A STA 12+77.59 = E N 27" x 24" x 45 WYE SD-A4 STA 0+00.00 SD-A STA 14+27.59 = E N 27" x 21" x 45 WYE SD-A5 STA 0+00.00 SD-A STA 14+97.59 =E N 27" x 27" x 45 WYE SD-A6 STA 0+00.00 SD-A STA 16+17.59 = E N INSTALL 27" x 45 BEND SD-A STA 16+78.32 E N 27" x 21" x 45 WYE SD-A7 STA 0+00.00 SD-A STA 16+64.28 = E N CONST CONC COLLAR BEGIN 27" RCP TO EX 27" RCP REMOVE CAP & CONNECT SD-A STA 12+72.59 EX 27" RCP STA 12+72.59= SD-A 8" SS-1 SD-A6 27" RCP E N CROSSING SANITARY SEWER SD-A STA 15+72.59 E N SANITARY SEWER CROSSING SD-A STA 13+52.59 E 2362015.07 N 7048531.58 EX 24" RCP21" RCP SD-A1 E 2362162.41 N 7048270.24 E 2362159.95 N 7048274.60 E 2362123.12 N 7048339.93 E 2362086.29 N 7048405.26 E 2362155.93 N 7048281.73 E 2361992.98 N 7048570.78 E 2362051.91 N 7048466.24 E 2362147.67 N 7048296.37 E 2361965.24 N 7048631.14 E 2361963.16 N 7048623.68 E 2361970.05 N 7048611.45 E 2361963.34 N 7048633.51 E N FL = 616.52 TC = 625.00 CONNECT 27" RCP TO INLET CONST 10’ STD CURB INLET #4 & STA 4+75.19, 12.5’ RT STREET G TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE INSTRUMENT BY SEPARATE FACILITY EASEMENT SANITARY SEWER 15’ PERMANENT INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTDDC2016-6410769.337 ACTRACT 1CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLCSD-A3 21" RCPCLASS III RCP SD-A 27" CLASS III RCP SD-A 27" CLASS III RCP SD-A 27" CLASS III RCP EX 27" SD-A5 21" RCPSD-A7 21" RCP DATE FILE SHEET PROFILE SCALES: 1" = 40’ HORZ. 1" = 4’ VERT. 0 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C602-HWA20004-C-STRM-PP2.sht40 12080 REV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:41:00 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021 624624 6256211 + 0 0 1 3 + 0 0 1 4 + 0 0 8"SS RCP @ 10.0% 21" CLASS III FL 21" RCP = 614.94BEGIN 21" RCPSD-A STA 12+77.59 SD-A1 STA 0+00.00 =NG @ CL @ CL PROP GRADE V = 0.34 fps Sf = 0.000 Q100 = 0.81 cfs 100 YR HGL 3.7’ TC = 623.76CONST STD 10’ CURB INLETEND 21" RCPSD-A1 STA 0+22.62FL 27" RCP = 612.43FL 21" RCP = 612.681+0013+0014+00625RCP @ 10.0% 21" CLASS IIIBEGIN 21" RCPSD-A STA 12+85.77 SD-A2 STA 0+00.00 =TC = 623.76CONST STD 10’ CURB INLETEND 21" RCPSD-A2 STA 0+06.24FL 21" RCP = 613.39@ CL PROP GRADE V = 0.35 fps Sf = 0.000 Q100 = 0.83 cfs 100 YR HGL FL 27" RCP = 612.51FL 21" RCP = 612.76NG @ CL 1+002+0013+0014+00625625621RCP @ 0.50% 21" CLASS IIIBEGIN 21" RCPSD-A STA 13+02.59 SD-A3 STA 0+00.00 =FL 21" RCP = 613.38@ CL PROP GRADE NG @ CL V = 0.38 fps Sf = 0.000 Q100 = 0.92 cfs 100 YR HGL THROAT = 619.80TOP = 620.80CONST STD 4’ SQ DROP INLETEND 21" RCP SD-A3 STA 0+89.438"SS 2.2’ FL 27" RCP = 612.68FL 21" RCP = 612.932+003+0014+0015+00625625625RCP @ 0.50% 24" CLASS IIIBEGIN 24" RCPSD-A STA 14+27.59 SD-A4 STA 0+00.00 =FL 24" RCP = 614.22@ CL PROP GRADE NG @ CL V = 1.58 fps Sf = 0.0005 Q100 = 4.96 cfs 100 YR HGL FOR FUTURE EXTENSIONEND 24" RCP AND CAPSD-A4 STA 0+32.44FL 27" RCP = 613.93FL 24" RCP = 614.06SCHW AB W AY EX ROW S T R E E T GE N BEGIN 21" RCP SD-A STA 12+77.59 SD-A1 STA 0+00.00 = 610 620 600 630 STORM DRAIN PLAN & PROFILE C602 0+00 SD-A1 E N BEGIN 21" RCP SD-A STA 12+85.78 SD-A2 STA 0+00.00 = E N TO INLET END 21" RCP & CONNECT SD-A2 STA 0+22.62 0+00 E N BEGIN 21" RCP SD-A STA 0+02.59 SD-A3 STA 0+00.00 = 0+00 E N BEGIN 24" RCP SD-A STA 14+27.59 SD-A4 STA 0+00.00 = E N END 24" RCP SD-A4 STA 0+32.44STREET GSTREET GSTREET G600 610 620 630 SD-A1, SD-A2, SD-A3 & SD-A4 SD-A2 SD-A3 SD-A4 E N CROSSING SANITARY SEWER SD-A1 STA 0+19.80 E N TO INLET END 21" RCP & CONNECT SD-A2 STA 0+06.24 0+00 E 2362137.33 N 7048274.83 E 2362143.79 N 7048274.76 E 2362159.95 N 7048274.60 E 2362155.93 N 7048281.73 E 2362159.11 N 7048287.10 E 2362136.29 N 7048277.69 E 2362147.67 N 7048296.37 E 2362086.29 N 7048405.26 NNNNE N CROSSING SANITARY SEWER SD-A1 STA 0+19.80 E 2362128.60 N 7048301.70 E N 21" x 45 BEND INSTALL: SD-A3 STA 0+81.43 E 2362064.33 N 7048326.97 E 2362069.24 N 7048318.26 E 2362136.29 N 7048277.69 E N THROAT = 619.80 TOP = 620.80 CONST STD 4’ SQ DROP INLET #6 END 21" RCP SD-A3 STA 0+89.43 E N FL = 614.49 TC = 623.76 CONNECT 21" RCP TO INLET CONST 10’ STD CURB INLET #1 & STA 0+80.29, 12.0’ RT STREET G E 2362095.01 N 7048436.51 BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE E N FL = 616.32 TC = 623.76 CONNECT 21" RCP TO INLET CONST 10’ STD CURB INLET #2 & STA 0+80.29, 12.0’ LT STREET G BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE INSTRUMENT BY SEPARATE FACILITY EASEMENT DRAINAGE 15’ PERMANENT BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY INSTRUMENT BY SEPARATE FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT WATER SEPARATE INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY WATER FACILITY 15’ PERMANENT BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY BY SEPARATE INSTRUMENT SEWER FACILITY EASEMENT 15’ PERMANENT SANITARY INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY INSTRUMENT BY SEPARATE FACILITY EASEMENT 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS INSTRUMENT BY SEPARATE FACILITY EASEMENT 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC 9 8-0 1 1 8 6 4 9 5 5.8 7 7 ACAS S OCI AT E S L T DWE S T L AKE R E T AI L DC98-0118649 55.877 AC ASSOCIATES LTD WESTLAKE RETAIL 2 1" R C P S D-A1DC98-011864955.877 ACASSOCIATES LTDWESTLAKE RETAIL 21" RCPSD-A3DC98-011864955.877 ACASSOCIATES LTDWESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-011864955.877 ACASSOCIATES LTDWESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-0118649 55.877 AC ASSOCIATES LTD WESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-0118649 55.877 AC ASSOCIATES LTD WESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-011864955.877 ACASSOCIATES LTDWESTLAKE RETAIL CLASS III RCPSD-A 27" 8" SS-18" SS-18" SS-18" S S -1 III RCP 21" CLASS SD-A2 RCP 24" CLASS III SD-A4 RCP 21" CLASS III SD-A1 21" RCP SD-A2 E X 2 7 " R C P S D-A 2 7" R C P EX 27" RCPEX 27" RCPSD-A 27" R CP SD-A 27" RCP CLASS III RCP SD-A3 21" DATE FILE SHEET PROFILE SCALES: 1" = 40’ HORZ. 1" = 4’ VERT. 0 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C603-HWA20004-C-STRM-PP3.sht40 12080 REV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:41:02 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 20212+003+004+0014+0015+0016+00RCP @ 0.50% 21" CLASS IIIBEGIN 21" RCPSD-A STA 14+97.59 SD-A5 STA 0+00.00 =FL 21" RCP = 615.14@ CL PROP GRADE NG @ CL V = 1.08 fps Sf = 0.0003 Q100 = 2.6 cfs 100 YR HGL FOR FUTURE EXTENSIONEND 21" RCP AND CAPSD-A5 STA 0+52.408"SS 3.1’ FL 27" RCP = 614.63FL 21" RCP = 614.884+005+0016+004+005+0016+0027" RCP @ 0.50%BEGIN 27" RCPSD-A STA 16+17.59 SD-A6 STA 0+00.00 =FL 27" RCP = 615.99@ CL PROP GRADE NG @ CL V = 3.25 fps Sf = 0.0017 Q100 = 12.9 cfs 100 YR HGL FOR FUTURE EXTENSIONEND 27" RCP AND CAPSD-A6 STA 0+32.48FL 27" RCP = 615.83FL 27" RCP = 615.8321" RCP @ 10.0%BEGIN 21" RCPSD-A STA 16+64.28 SD-A7 STA 0+00.00 =TC = 625.00CONST STD 10’ CURB INLETEND 21" RCPSD-A7 STA 0+27.61FL 21" RCP = 619.31@ CL PROP GRADE NG @ CL V = 0.31 fps Sf = 0.000 Q100 = 0.75 cfs 100 YR HGL FL 27" RCP = 616.30FL 21" RCP = 616.55NSTREET GE N BEGIN 21" RCP SD-A STA 15+18.73 SD-A5 STA 0+00.00 = E N END 21" RCP SD-A5 STA 0+52.40 610 620 600 630 STORM DRAIN PLAN & PROFILE C603 0+00 SD-A5 SD-A5, SD-A6 & SD-A7NE N BEGIN 27" RCP SD-A STA 16+02.59 SD-A6 STA 0+00.00 =STREET GE N END 27" RCP SD-A6 STA 0+32.48 SD-A6 SD-A7 NSTREET GE N BEGIN 21" RCP SD-A STA 16+64.28 SD-A7 STA 0+00.00 = E N TO INLET END 21" RCP & CONNECT SD-A7 STA 0+27.61 0+00 600 610 620 630 0+00 E N CROSSING SANITARY SEWER SD-A5 STA 0+19.80 E 2362022.45 N 7048489.98 E 2362041.53 N 7048484.66 E 2361943.46 N 7048618.87 E 2361970.05 N 7048611.45 E 2361942.42 N 7048621.73 E 2362001.45 N 7048480.32 E 2362001.71 N 7048602.06 E N FL = 619.31 TC = 625.00 RCP TO INLET INLET #3 & CONNECT 21" CONST 10’ STD CURB STA 4+75.19, 12.5’ LT STREET G SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 15’ PERMANENT DRAINAGE INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITYDC98-011864955.877 ACASSOCIATES LTDWESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-0118 6 4 9 55.877 ACASSOCIATES LTDWESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-011864955.877 ACASSOCIATES LTDWESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-011864955.877 ACASSOCIATES LTDWESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-0118649 55.877 AC ASSOCIATES LTD WESTLAKE RETAIL DC98-0118649 55.877 AC ASSOCIATES LTD WESTLAKE RETAIL 27" RCP SD-A68" SS-1E 2362000.34 N 7048557.71 RCP 21" CLASS III SD-A5 RCP 27" CLASS III SD-A6 RCP 21" CLASS III SD-A7SD-A 27" RCPSD-A 27" RCPSD-A 27" RCP27" RCPSD-A STORM DRAIN DETAILS C604 NOT TO SCALE6 EMBEDMENT FOR RCP STORM SEWER NOT TO SCALE3 TYPICAL MANHOLE / PIPE PENETRATION 1 2 4 5 REQUIREMENTS OF TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARDS. 1. MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM WITH THE DATE FILE SHEETSHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C604-HWA20004-C-STRM-DETL.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:41:03 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021 DATE FILE SHEET 0 80 120 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 40 DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C701-HWA20004-C-PVMT-MARK-PLAN.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:42:34 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 1+00 2+00 3+00 4+00 5+00 NC701EX TxDOT ROWEX ROWEX ROWSCHWAB WAY(A VARIABLE WIDTH R.O.W.)SH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROADNOTES POSTED SPEED LIMIT = 30 MPH DESIGN SPEED = 35 MPH DESIGN SPEED NOTE: UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 4. ALL PAVEMENT MEASUREMENTS ARE TO FACE OF CURB PROVIDED ON SHEET C502. OF THE SCHWAB WAY PHASE 1 STREETSCAPE PLANS. DETAILS 3. ALL TRAFFIC SIGNAGE SHALL MATCH COLOR AND FINISH THERMOPLASTIC ROADWAY MARKINGS. WITH GLASS TRAFFIC BEADS OR ALTERNATE OF TYPE I 2. ALL ROADWAY MARKINGS SHALL BE TYPE II PAINT MARKINGS WESTLAKE CODE OF ORDINANCES. MANUAL PER CHAPTER 90, ARTICLE II, DIVISION 2 OF THE ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF THE TEXAS MUTCD 1. ALL PAVING MARKINGS AND SIGNAGE SHALL BE IN STOP BAR 24" WHITE 117 LF 12 EACH 1 PAVEMENT MARKINGS TABLE MATERIALSIZE & COLOR QUANTITYTYPE 12 LF 4" YELLOW 4" AMBER PVMT MARKING (HAS) THERMOPLASTIC PVMT MARKING (HAS) THERMOPLASTIC 2 12 SIGN DESCRIPTION PROJECT SIGN TABLE TMUTCD DESIGNATION QUANTITYSIZE (IN) 36 x 36 1STOPR1-1 STA 0+60.00 STA 5+27.32 SHEET C502) (SEE DETAILS 36"X36" R1-1 SIGNAGE PLAN PAVEMENT MARKING & STOPSTA 0+65.49, 14.52’ LT PAVEMENT MARKER TYPE I-C 4" RAISED TYPE I-C 4" PVMT MARKER SKIP LANE LINE PVMT MARKING TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: D3-1 D3-1STREET G SCHWAB WAY D3-1 VARIESSTREET NAME SIGN 212’12’ INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC2016-64107 69.337 AC TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DATE FILE SHEET 0 80 120 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 40 DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C702-HWA20004-C-PVMT-MARK-PLAN2.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:42:35 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 20214+005+00NEX TxDOT ROW (A VARIABLE WIDTH R.O.W.) SH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROAD WARNING!! CONSTRUCTION LOCATION PRIOR TO CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY OHE & UG UTILITY LINES APPROXIMATE LOCATION C702STREET GPLAN - DECELERATION LANE PAVEMENT MARKING & SIGNAGE NOTES POSTED SPEED LIMIT = 30 MPH DESIGN SPEED = 35 MPH DESIGN SPEED NOTE: 253 LF 13 EACH 1 PAVEMENT MARKINGS TABLE MATERIALSIZE & COLOR QUANTITYTYPE 4" CLEAR PVMT MARKING (HAS) THERMOPLASTIC PVMT MARKING (HAS) THERMOPLASTIC 2 SIGN DESCRIPTION PROJECT SIGN TABLE TMUTCD DESIGNATION QUANTITYSIZE (IN) 54 x 18 1 36 x 36 1 ONE WAY (RIGHT)R6-1 RIGHT LANE MUST TURN RIGHT ONE WAY 15’ - 9" SIGN EX W12-2 MUST ENTER RAMP SIGN EX R3-33aT LEFT LANE 36" X 36" R3-7 (RIGHT) 54" X 18" R6-1 (RIGHT) RIGHT LANE MUST TURN RIGHT R3-7R 8" WHITE TYPE I-C 4" PVMT MARKER PVMT MARKING TURN BAY LANE LINE PAVEMENT MARKER TYPE I-C 4" RAISED ’ONLY’ PVMT MARKING RIGHT TURN ARROW AND WHITE 2 EACH 12 2 N PC BEGIN STRIPING N PC END STRIPING STOP BAR 24" WHITE PVMT MARKING (HAS) THERMOPLASTIC 3 3 SHEET C502) (SEE DETAILS 36"X36" R1-1 STOP STA 5+30.69, 17.72’ RT STOP R1-1 36 x 36 1 E 2361879.89 N 7048663.77 E 2361678.45 N 7048510.44 14 LF N PC BEGIN STRIPING N PC END STRIPING E 2361686.46 N 7048501.50 E 2361886.68 N 7048653.87 4 PVMT MARKING (HAS) THERMOPLASTIC44" WHITE 252 LFEDGE PVMT MARKING TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR 5. AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 4. ALL PAVEMENT MEASUREMENTS ARE TO FACE OF CURB PROVIDED ON SHEET C502. OF THE SCHWAB WAY PHASE 1 STREETSCAPE PLANS. DETAILS 3. ALL TRAFFIC SIGNAGE SHALL MATCH COLOR AND FINISH THERMOPLASTIC ROADWAY MARKINGS. WITH GLASS TRAFFIC BEADS OR ALTERNATE OF TYPE I 2. ALL ROADWAY MARKINGS SHALL BE TYPE II PAINT MARKINGS WESTLAKE CODE OF ORDINANCES. MANUAL PER CHAPTER 90, ARTICLE II, DIVISION 2 OF THE ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF THE TEXAS MUTCD 1. ALL PAVING MARKINGS AND SIGNAGE SHALL BE IN D3-1STREET G 1VARIESD3-1STREET NAME SIGN12’12’12’12’ SEPARATE INSTRUMENT FACILITY EASEMENT BY 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD 2852’ R SPECFICATIONS. FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW BACK VIEW FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW BACK VIEW REGULATORY SIGN STREET NAME SIGN NOT TO SCALE NOT TO SCALE LIGHTING (PER SIDE) MAX GRAPHIC AREA MAX HEIGHT MAX WIDTH NONE 9 FT 6 IN N/AN/A N/A (PER SIDE) MAX SIGN AREA LIGHTING (PER SIDE) MAX GRAPHIC AREA MAX HEIGHT MAX WIDTH NONE 11 FT 5 FTN/A N/A (PER SIDE) MAX SIGN AREA C703 PAVEMENT MARKING & SIGNAGE DETAILS DATE FILE SHEETSHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C703-HWA20004-C-PVMT-MARK-DETL.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:42:37 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS 01/19/2021 P ROF E SSIONAL ENGINEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 JAN 2021 DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: N G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C801-HWA20004-C-TRFC-CTRL-PLAN.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:43:52 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD 60 120 1800 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 20211+002+003+004+005+00TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN SH - 170 SCHW AB W AY C801 170 TEXAS SH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROAD SH - 170 WB FRONTAGE ROAD ROANOKETROPHY CLUBEX ROW EX ROW EX TxDOT ROW EX TxDOT ROW EX TxDOT ROW CONTROL MEASURES TCP(2-6)-18 FOR TRAFFIC REFER TO TxDOT DETAIL CONTROL MEASURES TCP(2-6)-18 FOR TRAFFIC REFER TO TxDOT DETAIL TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC2005-136073 DC2005-136072 ASSOCIATES LTD 170 RETAIL DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC2016-64107 69.337 AC TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD TRAFFIC CONTROL DETAILS C802 DATE FILE SHEETSHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C802-HWA20004-C-TRFC-CTRL-DETL.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:43:54 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C803-HWA20004-C-TRFC-CTRL-DETL.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:44:53 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 C803 TRAFFIC CONTROL DETAILS DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: N G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C901-HWA20004-C-EROS-CTRL-PLAN.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:45:57 AM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD 60 120 1800 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021625625625625625 620620 621621 622622622622 624624 621621 624621 622622622622 624 624 624621 624620620 621621620 62 0 620 62 0625625 625 625625625 6 2 0620 62 0 620SH - 170 SCHW AB W AY C901 170 TEXAS SH - 170 EB FRONTAGE ROAD SH - 170 WB FRONTAGE ROAD ROANOKETROPHY CLUBEX ROW EX ROW EX TxDOT ROW EX TxDOT ROW EX TxDOT ROW CONTROL PLAN EROSION & SEDIMENT LEGEND SEDIMENT BARRIER ENTRANCE / EXIT CONSTRUCTION SURFACE FLOW ARROW INLET PROTECTION CHECK DAM ENTRANCE CONSTRUCTION INSTALL: 1 - ROCK CHECK DAM INSTALL: TO ANY WORK PERFORMED WITH THE TxDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY. OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) SHALL BE REQUIRED PRIOR AN APPROVED PERMIT ISSUED BY TEXAS DEPARTMENT NOTE: INSTRUMENT EASEMENT BY SEPARATE 60’ PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITY DC2005-136073 DC2005-136072 ASSOCIATES LTD 170 RETAIL DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD DC2016-64107 69.337 AC TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DC98-0118649 55.877 AC WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES LTD C902 EROSION CONTROL DETAILS DATE FILE SHEETSHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\C902-HWA20004-C-EROS-CTRL-DETL.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/202110:45:59 AM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G Texas Engineering Practice Act to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Alteration of a sealed document without proper notification by Tanya N. Warbritton, P.E. No. 128028. The seal appearing on this document was authorized TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONS P ROF E SSIONAL ENG INEERLI CENSED STATE OF T EXAS TANYA N. WARBRITTON 128028 01/19/2021 JAN 2021 DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:\\srvfile2016\Land Development\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\L001-HWA20004-C-LSCP-GEN-NOTE.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/20211:36:30 PM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G JAN 2021 L001 GENERAL NOTES LANDSCAPE discrepancy between quantities shown on the plan and quantities shown on the list, the quantities shown on the plan shall apply. Quantities shown on the plan are for the contractor’s convenience only and are not guaranteed to be accurate. In the event of a 13. Contractor shall provide bid proposal listing unit prices for all material provided.12. underground utilities. representative. Verify with owner pipe line locations prior to digging. Contractor shall exercise caution when working in the vicinity of The contractor shall locate and verify all existing utility lines prior to planting or construction and shall report any conflicts to the owner’s 11. existing trees. Unless otherwise noted, all existing trees shall be protected. Do not park, drive, operate machinery or store materials within the dripline of 10. exists. Actual limits of work shall include all areas necessary to complete scope of design intent. Limits of work indicated on drawings, if any, are general in nature and are intended to define the general vicinity in with the scope of work 9. Contractor shall coordinate all work with other disciplines.8. Notify the owner’s representative immediately for direction on how to proceed. Do not proceed with any portion of work as indicated in documents if obstructions, discrepancies or unknown conditions are encountered. 7. make such conflicts known to the owner’s representative will result in the contractor’s liability to relocate materials as directed. and shall notify owner’s representative of any discrepancies between documents and actual site conditions prior to construction. Failure to Drawings are based on survey data and design drawings provided by others. It is the contractors responsibility to verify existing conditions 6. Notify owner’s representative 48 hours in advance of commencing work to coordinate project inspection schedule.5. related to scope of work. addition to the owner’s representative the contractor shall contact the landscape architect for design clarifications or additional information Reference to "owner’s representative" are made in these documents, and refers to the project owner or designated representative, in 4. Contractor is responsible for securing all required permits, approvals and inspections related to scope of work.3. requirements. Contractor shall notify owner’s representative of any portion of documents which conflict with regulations prior to construction. All work shall be executed in accordance with all federal, state and local regulations, and shall comply with prevailing accessibility 2. Contractor shall provide all materials and labor to complete scope of work as indicated in documents.1. GENERAL NOTES evapotranspiration (et) weather-based controllers and said irrigation system shall be designed by a licensed irrigator. All required landscape areas shall be provided with an automatic underground irrigation system with rain and freeze sensors and 17. sidewalks, curbs or fences. All shrub planting beds and lawn areas to be separated by steel edging unless otherwise noted. No steel to be installed adjacent to 16. maintain a firm ball when the container is removed, but shall not have excessive root growth encircling the inside of the container. All container grown material must be of nursery stock conditions, with a well-established root system reaching the sides of the container, to 15. All plant varieties must come from a same source supplier in order to maintain a consistent appearance.14. All landscaped areas are to be maintained in accordance with city regulations.13. All planted areas to be mulched as specified in plan / details. 12. All planting beds to be tilled to depth of 6" and, backfilled with 4" of organic mulch.11. to accommodate for soil amendment / mulch. Contractor shall fine grade areas to achieve final contours as indicated. Planting bed areas to be excavated or left below final finished grade 10. grade. No trees shall be planted before acceptance of rough grading. Tree shall bear same relationship to finish grade as they bore to previous 9. The general contractor shall supply all new plant material in quantities sufficient to complete the plantings shown on the drawings.8. All new plants shall be container- grown, unless otherwise noted on the plant list.7. nurseryman, Inc. in addition, all new plant material for the project shall be of specimen quality. All new plant material shall conform to the minimum guidelines established for nursery stock published by the American association of 6. in writing by the owner or owner’s representative. damaged, destroyed, or removed shall be replaced with plant material of similar size and variety within 30 days. Unless otherwise approved All plant material shall be maintained in a healthy growing condition as is appropriate for the season of the year. Plant material that is 5. Refer to details and specifications for plant pit dimensions and backfill requirements.4. representative reserves the right to make minor adjustments to locations prior to planting. Paint or string all edging and bed line locations on finish grade for approval by the owner’s representative prior to installation. The owner’s 3. representative reserves the right to make minor adjustments to locations prior to planting. Stake the location of all proposed trees for approval by the owner’s representative prior to commencement of planting. The owner’s 2. All non-dimensioned plants symbols, edging and bed lines are diagrammatic and shall be scaled from drawings.1. LANDSCAPE NOTES Contractor shall provide a separate bid proposal for one year’s maintenance to begin after final acceptance. 3. similar initial size. branching pattern and repair of irrigation systems. Plant materials, which die, shall be replaced with plant material of similar variety and The owner shall be responsible for replacing all plant material, which shows dead branching over 75 percent or more of the normal 2. the waste of water. condition as is appropriate for the season of the year. All irrigation heads or lines which are broken shall be replaced or repaired to prevent litter, weeds, and other such material or plants not a part of the landscaping. All plant materials shall be maintained in a health and growing watering, weeding, and other such activities common to the maintenance of landscaping. Landscaped areas shall be kept free of trash, required landscaping shall be maintained in a neat and orderly manner at all times. This shall include mowing, edging, pruning, fertilizing, The owner, tenant and their agent, if any, shall be jointly and severally responsible for the maintenance of all landscaping and irrigation. All 1. MAINTENANCE NOTES Contractor shall guarantee establishment of acceptable turf area and shall provide replacement from local supply if necessary. 7. cultivating, cleaning and replacing dead or bare areas to keep plants in a vigorous, healthy condition. Contractor shall maintain all lawn areas until final acceptance. This shall include, but not be limited to: mowing, watering, weeding, 6. installation. Contractor shall remove all rocks 3/4" diameter and larger, dirt clods, sticks, concrete spoils, etc. prior to placing topsoil and lawn 5. landscape architect prior to lawn installation. All lawn areas shall be fine graded, irrigation trenches completely settled and finish grade approved by the owner’s construction manager or 4. of slopes and other breaks in grade. Correct irregularities and areas where water may stand. Contractors shall fine grade areas to achieve final contours as indicated on the civil plans. Provide uniform rounding at the top and bottom 3. Contractor shall leave lawn areas 1" below final finished grade.2. Contractor shall coordinate operations and availability of existing topsoil with on-site construction manager. 1. GENERAL LAWN NOTES Sod shall be clean and reasonably free of weeds and noxious pest and insects.5. per one thousand (1000) square feet. If installation occurs between September 1 and March 1, all sod areas to be over-seeded with winter ryegrass, at a rate of four (4) pounds 4. Water sod thoroughly as sod operation progresses. 3. Roll grass areas to achieve a smooth, even surface, free from unnatural undulations.2. Plant sod by hand to cover indicated areas completely. Ensure edges of sod are touching. Top dress joints by hand with topsoil to fill voids.1. SOLID SOD NOTES »¿All areas other than turf shall be irrigated using NetafimÆÆ·„ or approved equal subterranea3. All irrigation systems shall be installed with rain and frost sensors, and shall meet all applicable state and local regulations. 2. system, designed and installed by a licensed irrigator. All areas containing turf, ground cover, shrubs, trees, or other planted material shall be irrigated with a below ground, automatic irrigation 1. IRRIGATION NOTES Contractor to follow manufacturer’s recommended seeding and irrigation rates for drill seed applications.11. Contractor shall guarantee establishment of acceptable turf areas and shall provide replacement from local supply as necessary.10. cultivating, cleaning and replacing dead or bare areas to keep plants in a vigorous, healthy condition. Contractor shall maintain all lawn areas until final acceptance. This shall include but not be limited to: mowing, watering, weeding, 9. All lawn areas to be hydromulched shall have one hundred (100) percent coverage prior to final acceptance.8. grass, bag clippings, and scarify soil to a depth of 1" prior to permanent lawn grass installation. In the event that Ryegrass is necessary due to time of year installation, it shall be the responsibility of the contractor to scalp existing 7. thousand (1000) square feet. Contractor shall be required to re-hydromulch with Bermuda grass the following growing season. If installation occurs between September 1 and April 1, all Hydromulch areas to be winter Ryegrass at a rate of four (4) pounds per one 6. Hydromulch with Bermuda grass seed at a rate of two (2) pounds per one thousand (1000) square feet.5. equal. Fiber Tack shall be delivered to site in its original unopened container and shall be "Terro-Tack one", as manufactured by Growers, Inc. or 4. Fiber shall be one hundred (100) percent Wood Cellulose Fiber, delivered to the site in its original unopened container, "Conwed" or equal.3. and shall meet Texas State Law requirements. Bermuda grass seed shall be extra-hulled and treated lawn type. Seeds shall be delivered to the site in its original unopened container, 2. prior to topsoil and hydromulch installation. Contractor shall scarify, rip and loosen all areas to be hydromulched to a minimum depth of 4"1. HYDROMULCH & SEED NOTES HISTEC CTTESAETS TAIREG OF ETX RLDRECAANDSEPA TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONSROLYAK .A NA DROJ7113 01/19/2021 CMK CMK JAK 626 625 625625625625 625621625 62 5 624DATE FILE SHEET 0 80 120 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 40 DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:G:\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\L101-HWA20004-C-LSCP-PLNT-PLAN.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/20211:06:34 PM$USER$CALL BEFORE YOU DIG R PROJECT BENCHMARKS BM NO. 1 BM NO. 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW NOTE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO EXCAVATING IN THIS AREA: FOR OTHER FACILITIES 1-800-344-8377 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS ATMOS GAS TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY 1-800-344-8377 TEXAS 811 1-800-344-8377 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 817-430-0941 1-800-316-2135 TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 888-286-6700 1-800-431-1541 TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD ELEVATION = 686.70 AND THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO WESTLAKE ACADEMY. – 305 FEET WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF OTTINGER ROAD – 110 FEET EAST OF A DOORWAY TO ANOTHER BUILDING, AND WESTLAKE ACADEMY. BEING – 116 FEET SOUTH OF A BUILDING, FOUND IN A GRASS PLAYGROUND NEAR THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO 31#4 INCH ALUMINUM CAP STAMPED "TOWN OF WESTLAKE GPS 8" ELEVATION = 605.54 NORTHEAST OF A POWER POLE. OUTFALL CREEK OF TURNER LAKE, AND +/- 15 FEET EAST BOUND FRONTAGE ROAD BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN NORTHWEST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY 114 X CUT IN THE CENTER OF A CURB INLET FOUND +/- 50 FEET TCG/BCD TNW STREET G JAN 2021 6 2 4 6246246 2 4624 624624625 6256251+00 2+00 3+00 4+00 5+00 NL101 PLANTING PLAN LANDSCAPE HISTEC CTTESAETS TAIREG OF ETX RLDRECAANDSEPA TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONSROLYAK .A NA DROJ7113 01/19/2021EX ROWEX ROWCOMMON NAMEBOTANICAL NAMESYMBOL PLANT SCHEDULE CONDITION / REMARKSQUANTITY TURF Cynodon dactylon Lawn solid sod, regional, drought tolerant - refer to notes PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER PROPOSED STORM PIPE DROP INLET PROPOSED STORM PROPOSED CONDUIT SEWER MANHOLE PROPOSED SANITARY STREET LIGHT PROPOSED 170 FRONTAGE ROAD BACK OF CURB OF SH RE-ESTABLISH TURF TO FROM BACK OF CURB RE-ESTABLISH TURF 10’BERMUDA SEED Cynodon dactylon – 92,430 square feet – 11,030 square feet Lawn seed, regional, drought tolerant - refer to notes PROPOSED STORM INLET BERMUDA SOD BERMUDA SOD Bermudagrass Sod Bermudagrass Seed ROWEX TxDOTBERMUDA SEED – 112’– 50’– 60’ 10’ FROM BACK OF CURB RE-ESTABLISH TURF PROPOSED STREET SIGN STREET SIGN PROPOSED EXTENTS OF BERMUDA SEED AREA TO BE IRRIGATED WITH ABOVE GROUND TEMPORARY IRRIGATION. 3. PROVIDE BERMUDA SEED TO FULL LIMITS OF DISTURBANCE. LIMITS OF WORK SHOWN IS APPROXIMATE & IS TO BE VERIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR. 2. ALL HEIGHTS AND SPREADS ARE MINIMUMS. ALL PLANT MATERIAL SHALL MEET OR EXCEED REMARKS AS INDICATED. 1. PLANT LIST IS AN AID TO BIDDERS ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL QUANTITIES ON PLAN. NOTE: 10’10’SCHWAB WAY).W.O.R HTDIW ELBAIRAV A(DAOR EGATNORF BE 071 - HSCMK CMK JAK DATE FILE SHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED:\\srvfile2016\Land Development\JOB\HWA20004_Front44_St_G\Master Dev\Civil\CAD\L102-HWA20004-C-LSCP-SPECS.shtREV.DATE REMARKS 1/19/20211:48:35 PM$USER$TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS CTR WESTLAKE KTW TX FIRM NO 12207 PHONE: 817-562-3350 FORT WORTH, TX 76177 PARKWAY, SUITE 250 9800 HILLWOOD TCG/BCD TNW STREET G JAN 2021 L102 SPECIFICATIONS AND DETAILS LANDSCAPE acceptable plant as specified at no additional cost to the Owner. after planting and shall be removed at the expense of the Landscape Contractor and replaced with undersized condition will be rejected by the Owner’s Authorized Representative either before or Approval: All plants which are found unsuitable in growth, or are in any unhealthy, badly shaped or D. insect eggs and larvae, and are to be of specimen quality. insects, diseases, injuries to the bark or roots, broken branches, objectionable disfigurements, symmetrical, well-shaped, full branched and well rooted. The plants shall be free from injurious Quality and size: Plant materials shall conform to the size given on the plan, and shall be healthy, C. only. Confirm all quantities on plan. the other is as binding as if shown and called for on both. The plant schedule is an aid to bidders Quantities: The drawings and specifications are complimentary. Anything called for on one and not B. and his decision as to their acceptability shall be final. the outer leaf tips. Plants will be individually approved by the Owner’s Authorized Representative of root balls to nominal tops of plants. Plant spread refers to nominal outer width of the plant, not to General: Well-formed No. 1 grade or better nursery grown stock. Listed plant heights are from tops A. 2.1 PLANTS PART 2 - PRODUCTS by trunk or stems. 7. To avoid damage or stress, do not lift, move, adjust to plumb, or otherwise manipulate plants 6. Remove rejected plant material immediately from job site. 5. Notify Owner’s Authorized Representative of delivery schedule 72 hours in advance job site. Keep plants moist at all times. Cover all materials during transport. 4. Protect plants during delivery to prevent damage to root balls or desiccation of leaves. if not planted within 24 hours of delivery. 3. Protect root balls by heeling in with sawdust or other approved moisture retaining material watering facilities are available on job site. 2. Deliver only plant materials that can be planted in one day unless adequate storage and manufacturer. Protect materials from deterioration during delivery and while stored on site. 1. Deliver packaged materials in sealed containers showing weight, analysis and name of Delivery: B. mass. 2. Container Grown Plants: Deliver plants in rigid container to hold ball shape and protect root damage roots, branches, shape and future development. 1. Balled and Burlapped (B&B) Plants: Dig and prepare shipment in a manner that will not Preparation: A. 1.8 PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING shall be rejected. acceptable material at no additional cost to the Owner. Plants damaged in transit or at job site during the process work. Remove rejected materials immediately from the site and replace with 7. Owner’s Authorized Representative may reject unsatisfactory or defective material at any time limbs, branching habit, insects, injuries and latent defects. arrival to the site and during installation for size and condition of root balls and root systems, 6. Owner’s Authorized Representative retains the right to further inspect all plant material upon species, cultivar / variety size and quality. 5. Owner’s Authorized Representative shall inspect all plant material with requirements for genus, branch or root tip-to-tip. Measure main body of all plant material of height and spread dimensions, do not measure from trees up to and including 4" caliper size, and twelve inches above ground for larger sizes. not prune to obtain required sizes. Take caliper measurements six inches above ground for 4. Measurements: Measure trees with branches and trunks or canes in their normal position. Do will be required to document material selection, source and delivery schedules to site. 3. Landscape Architect will provide a key identifying each tree location on site. Written verification have located the materials necessary to complete the job as specified. use of equivalent material. At the time bids are submitted, the Contractor is assumed to obtainable, submit proof of non-availability to Landscape Architect, together with proposal for 2. Substitutions: Do not make plant material substitutions. If the specified landscape material is not ensure the purchased materials will meet and / or exceed project specifications. and book materials. Develop a program of maintenance (pruning and fertilization) which will 1. Make contact with suppliers immediately upon obtaining notice of contract acceptance to select Selection of Plant Material: C. time supervision by a qualified foreman acceptable to Landscape Architect. Personnel: Employ only experienced personnel who are familiar with the required work. Provide full B. materials and work. General: Comply with applicable federal, state, county and local regulations governing landscape A. 1.7 QUALITY ASSURANCE the expense to the Landscape Contractor. the Owner, without further notice to Contractor, may provide materials and men to make such repairs at notice, weather permitting. In the event the Landscape Contractor does not make repairs accordingly, Repairs: Any necessary repairs under the Guarantee must be made within ten (10) days after receiving C. the Owner will assume maintenance on the accepted work. is in a complete, undamaged condition and there is a stand of grass in all lawn areas. At that time, 4. Acceptance for all landscape work shall be given after final inspection by the Owner provided the job storms, hail, freeze, insects, diseases, injury by humans, machines or theft. 3. The above guarantee shall not apply where plants die after acceptance because of injury from during dry periods and cultivate beds once a month after final acceptance. 2. The Owner agrees that for the guarantee to be effective, he will water plants at least twice a week replacements are to be included under "Work" of this section. originally specified and re-inspected for full compliance with the contract requirements. All c. When plant replacements are made, plants, soil mix, fertilizer and mulch are to be utilized as season. In such cases, dead plants shall be removed from the premises immediately. b. At the direction of the Owner, plants may be replaced at the start of the next year’s planting immediately repaired. including ruts in lawn or bed areas, incurred as a result of making replacements shall be equipment used in replacements, shall carry a twelve (12) month guarantee. Any damage, and shall be planted as originally specified. All work, including materials, labor and a. Plants used for replacement shall be of the same size and kind as those originally planted opinion of the Owner shall be final. symmetry have been damaged, shall be considered subject to replacement. In such cases, the notification of the Owner. Plants, including trees, which have partially died so that shape, size, or acceptance. The Contractor shall replace all dead materials as soon as weather permits and upon 1. Trees, shrubs and groundcover shall be guaranteed for a twelve (12) month period after final Guarantee: B. will be completed prior to written acceptance. seven (7) days prior to completion. An on-site inspection by the Owner’s Authorized Representative 3. A written notice requesting final inspection and acceptance should be submitted to the Owner at least of trees, mowing of grass, cleaning up and all other work necessary of maintenance. 2. Maintenance shall include watering of trees and plants, cultivation, weeding spraying, edging, pruning accepted unless they show healthy growth and satisfactory foliage conditions. of planting until final acceptance by the Owner. No trees, shrubs, groundcover or grass will be 1. The Landscape Contractor shall be held responsible for the maintenance of all work from the time Maintenance: A. 1.6 MAINTENANCE AND GUARANTEE The Owner cannot be held responsible for theft or damage. Storage of materials and equipment at the job site will be at the risk of the Landscape Contractor. B. All construction debris shall be removed prior to Landscape Contractor beginning any work. receive solid sod shall be left one (1") inch below the final finish grade of sidewalks, drives and curbs. below final finish grade of sidewalks, drives and curbs as shown on the drawings. All lawn areas to portion of landscape installation, General Contractor shall leave planting bed areas three (4.5") inches General Contractor to complete the following punch list: Prior to Landscape Contractor initiating any A. 1.5 JOB CONDITIONS the project. crushed stone. Samples shall be approved by Owner’s Authorized Representative before use on Samples: Provide representative quantities of sandy loam soil, mulch, bed mix material, gravel and A. 1.4 NOTIFICATION OF SOURCES AND SUBMITTALS Hortis Third, 1976 - Cornell University D. Association of Nurserymen, Grades and Standards C. American Joint Committee on Horticultural Nomenclature: 1942 Edition of Standardized Plant Names. B. 1980, Edition; by American National Standards Institute, Inc. (Z60.1) - plant material American Standard for Nursery Stock published by American Association of Nurserymen: 27 October A. 1.3 REFERENCE STANDARDS 5. Guarantee 4. Water and maintenance until final acceptance 3. Notification of sources 2. Bed preparation and fertilization 1. Planting (trees, shrubs and grasses) landscaping plans, including: complete the work covered in conjunction with the landscaping covered in these specifications and Work included: Furnish all supervision, labor, materials, services, equipment and appliances required to A. 1.2 DESCRIPTION OF WORK for additional requirements. Refer to Landscape Plans, notes, details, bidding requirements, special provisions, and schedules A. 1.1 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS SECTION 32 9300 - LANDSCAPE PART 1 - GENERAL END OF SECTION clean by sweeping or hosing them at end of each work day. All trash and debris shall be removed from the site as work progresses. Keep paved areas Storage areas for all materials shall be so organized so that they, too, are neat and orderly. Cleanup: During the work, the premises shall be kept neat and orderly at all times. A. 3.3 CLEANUP AND ACCEPTANCE 6. Cut steel edging at 45 degree angle where edging meets sidewalks or curbs. 5. Do not install steel edging along sidewalks or curbs. grass side. 4. Stakes are to be installed on the planting bed side of the curbing, as opposed to the 3. Top of curbing shall be 1 " maximum height above final finished grade. 2. All steel curbing shall be free of kinks and abrupt bends. obtain Owners approval prior to installation. 1. Curbing shall be aligned as indicated on plans. Stake out limits of steel curbing and Steel Curbing Installation: Q. trees shall be the diameter of the plant pit. layer of organic material two (2") inches in depth. This limit of the organic material for 3. Immediately after planting operations are completed, all tree pits shall be covered with a 2. Pruning shall be done with clean, sharp tools. tipping of the branches is not permitted. Do not cut terminal branches. 1. Dead wood, suckers, broken and badly bruised branches shall be removed. General pruning standards provided by the National Arborist Association. pruned in accordance with standard horticultural practice following Fine Pruning, Class I Pruning and Mulching: Pruning shall be directed by the Landscape Architect and shall be P. trees against seasonal prevailing winds. Trees and large shrubs shall be staked as site conditions require. Position stakes to secure O. underground obstructions encountered at the cost of the Landscape Contractor. grade.The work of this section shall include the removal from the site of such rock or less than six (6") inches below the bottom of ball when plant is properly set at the required obstructions shall be removed to a depth of not less than three (3’) feet below grade and no alternate locations may be selected by the Owner. Where locations cannot be changed, the obstructions are encountered in any plant pit excavation work to be done under this section, Obstruction below ground: In the event that rock, or underground construction work or N. over the entire bed or pit. All plant beds and trees to be mulched with a minimum settled thickness of two (2") inches M. area above the top of the ball and mulch with at least two (2") inches of specified mulch. Mulch the top of the ball. Do not plant grass all the way to the trunk of the tree. Leave the L. Do not over prune. K. Do not wrap trees. J. usually be root bound, if so follow standard nursery practice of ’root scoring’. from the top 1 of the ball, as well as all nylon, plastic string and wire. Container trees will should not be used. Carefully settle by watering to prevent air pockets. Remove the burlap Backfill only with native soil. When the hole is dug in solid rock, topsoil from the same area I. percolation test fails. stand pipe per tree planting detail as approved by the Landscape Architect if the hours, the tree needs to move to another location or have drainage added. Install a PVC Percolation Test: Fill the hole with water. If the water level does not percolate within 24 H. glazed. the surface of the ground. The sides of the hole should be rough and jagged, never slick or Dig a wide, rough sided hole exactly the same depth as the height of the ball, especially at G. should be thoroughly moist before removing containers. and haul from site all rocks and stones over three-quarter (3/4") inch in diameter. Plants dimension of the earth ball and six (6") inches deeper than it’s vertical dimension. Remove Shrub and tree pits shall be no less than twenty-four (24") inches wider than the lateral F. to the finish grade as it did to soil surface in original place of growth. depth that,when planted and settled, the crown of the plant shall bear the same relationship permit handling and planting without injury to balls of earth or roots and shall be of such Excavate pits with vertical sides and horizontal bottom. Tree pits shall be large enough to E. of plant materials. Notify the Owner’s Authorized Representative for inspection and approval of all positioning D. Position the trees and shrubs in their intended location as per plan. C. the property of the Contractor until final acceptance. B & B plants shall be kept covered with soil or other acceptable material. All plants remain the site, shall be well protected against the possibility of drying by wind and Balls of earth of the drying winds during transit. All plants which cannot be planted at once, after delivery to ready for planting. All shipments of nursery materials shall be thoroughly protected from Plant materials shall be delivered to the site only after the beds are prepared and areas are B. and shall continue until all construction has been satisfactorily accomplished. Maintenance of plant materials shall begin immediately after each plant is delivered to the site A. 3.2 INSTALLATION should be filled with topsoil where they are evidently gaped open, then watered thoroughly. Roll grass areas to achieve a smooth, even surface. The joints between the blocks of sod 1. Blocks of sod should be laid joint to joint (staggered joints) after fertilizing the ground first. Grass Areas: C. inch layers and watered in thoroughly. as needed) free from large clumps, rocks, debris, caliche, subsoils, etc., placed in nine (9") 3. Backfill for tree pits shall be as follows: Use existing top soil on site (use imported topsoil 2. All planting areas shall receive a four (4") inch layer of specified mulch. Green Sense at the rate of twenty (20) pounds per one thousand (1,000) square feet. into a depth of six (6") inches of the topsoil. Apply organic fertilizer such as Sustane or fertilizer as per Manufacturer’s recommendations. Add six (6") inches of compost and till Till existing soil to a depth of six (6") inches prior to placing compost and fertilizer. Apply 1. Prepare new planting beds by scraping away existing grass and weeds as necessary. All planting areas shall be conditioned as follows: B. Owner. Landscape Contractor to inspect all existing conditions and report any deficiencies to the A. 3.1 BED PREPARATION & FERTILIZATION PART 3 - EXECUTION earth base. not to exceed 1/8" diameter in size and shall be composed of various stages of decomposed Decomposed Granite: Base material shall consist of a natural material mix of granite aggregate E. Filter Fabric: ’Mirafi Mirascape’ by Mirafi Construction Products or approved equal. D. Gravel: Washed native pea gravel, graded 1 inch to 1-1/2 inch. C. Staking Material for Shade Trees: refer to details. B. by The J.D. Russell Company under its trade name DURAEDGE Heavy Duty Steel . Steel Edging: 3/16" x 4" x 16’ - dark green, DURAEDGEfi steel landscape edging manufactured A. 2.3 MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS approved organic material. Peat: Commercial sphagnum peat moss or partially decomposed shredded pine bark or other G. release organic Nitrogen (SCU or UF) with a minimum 8% sulfur and 4% iron, plus micronutrients. Commercial Fertilizer: 10-20-10 or similar analysis. Nitrogen source to be a minimum 50% slow F. bearing the manufacturer’s guaranteed statement of analysis. applications. Fertilizer shall be delivered to the site in original unopened containers, each Organic Fertilizer: Fertilaid, Sustane, or Green Sense or equal as recommended for required E. Mulch: Double Shredded Hardwood Mulch, partially decomposed, dark brown. D. Sharp Sand: Sharp sand must be free of seeds, soil particles and weeds. C. Ingredients should be a mix of course and fine textured material. Organic Material: Compost with a mixture of 80% vegetative matter and 20% animal waste. B. approved soil testing laboratory verifying that sandy loam meets the above requirements. 4. If requested, Landscape Contractor shall provide a certified soil analysis conducted by an 3. Organic matter shall be 3%-10% of total dry weight. c. Sand - less than 52 percent b. Silt - between 15-25 percent a. Clay - between 7-27 percent 2. Physical properties as follows: or Nutgrass shall be rejected. material and reasonably free of weeds and foreign grasses. Loam containing Dallasgrass 1. Friable, fertile, dark, loamy soil, free of clay lumps, subsoil, stones and other extraneous Sandy Loam: A. 2.2 SOIL PREPARATION MATERIALS acceptance, shall be executed by the Landscape Contractor at no additional cost to the Owner. Pruning: All pruning of trees and shrubs, as directed by the Landscape Architect prior to final F. equal diameter.) For clarification, the term "multi-trunk" defines a plant having three (3) or more trunks of nearly measured six (6") inches above ball. (Nomenclature confirms to the customary nursery usage. rejected. Balls shall be ten (10") inches in diameter for each one (1") inch of trunk diameter, wrapped in burlap. Any tree loose in the ball or with a broken root ball at time of planting will be diameter requirements of the plant schedule. Balls shall be firm, neat, slightly tapered and well Trees shall be healthy, full-branched, well-shaped, and shall meet the minimum trunk and E.HISTEC CTTESAETS TAIREG OF ETX RLDRECAANDSEPA TEXAS FIRM NO. 12207 PELOTON LAND SOLUTIONSROLYAK .A NA DROJ7113 01/19/2021 JAK CMK CMK 1+002+003+004+005+00SASASASASASAR-1ER-1R-2R-3R-4R-5R-6EXISTING 240/480V SINGLEPHASE LIGHTINGCONTACTOR IS LOCATEDAPPROXIMATELY 1300LF,EAST, ON SCHWAB WAY.(CONNECT TO CIRCUIT 'A')STREET 'G'HW Y 1 7 0 SCHWAB WAY 1+002+003+004+005+00STREET G TYPICAL SECTIONIlluminance (Fc)Average = 1.23Maximum = 3.3Minimum = 0.3Avg/Min Ratio = 4.10Max/Min Ratio = 11.00STREET G TYPICAL SECTIONIlluminance (Fc)Average = 1.23Maximum = 3.3Minimum = 0.3Avg/Min Ratio = 4.10Max/Min Ratio = 11.000.41.3 0.9 0.41.6 2.8 1.2 0.4 0.22.7 2.7 1.3 0.42.0 3.1 2.2 0.8 0.31.7 1.8 1.1 0.40.6 0.9 0.8 0.5 0.20.5 0.6 0.6 0.4 0.31.2 0.9 0.5 0.31.5 2.5 1.2 0.5 0.23.3 2.6 1.3 0.51.7 3.2 2.2 0.9 0.31.9 2.1 1.3 0.50.6 1.1 1.0 0.6 0.30.4 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.31.1 1.0 0.6 0.31.4 2.6 1.3 0.5 0.23.3 2.6 1.3 0.52.0 3.0 2.2 0.9 0.31.9 1.9 1.2 0.50.7 1.1 0.9 0.6 0.30.5 0.7 0.7 0.5 0.31.3 1.1 0.6 0.3 0.21.4 2.8 1.4 0.5 0.23.1 2.7 1.4 0.51.8 3.3 2.3 0.9 0.31.7 2.0 1.2 0.50.6 1.0 0.9 0.6 0.30.6 0.6 0.5 0.31.1 1.1 0.6 0.3 0.21.0 2.6 1.6 0.6 0.33.0 2.8 1.7 0.61.1 3.7 2.5 1.2 0.41.5 2.4 1.6 0.70.4 0.9 1.1 0.7 0.40.4 0.5 0.5 0.30.5 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.20.8 1.4 1.0 0.5 0.22.3 2.7 1.1 0.41.6 2.8 2.5 1.0 0.42.8 2.6 1.6 0.61.7 1.3 0.7 0.30.3 0.2STREET 'G'HWY 170 SCHWAB WAY STREET LIGHT PLANSL-1N04080SCALE: 1" = 40'ELECTRIC SERVICE PROVIDER:TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPDESIGNER:ROBERT ROBINSON817-752-8224RROBINSON@TCECTEXAS.COMGENERAL NOTES : 1. PROVIDE LIGHTING CIRCUITS THROUGH PHOTOCELL/TIME CLOCKCONTROLS ON PANEL P1.2. ALL CONDUITS SHALL AVOID TREE WELLS AND DAMAGE TO EXISTINGTREES.3. INSTALL ALL CONDUIT LOCATED UNDER PAVING PRIOR TO PAVING.INSTALL UNDER SIDEWALK WHERE INDICATED AND ROUTE AS SHOWN.4. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INSTALLATION OF STREETLIGHTS, PEDESTALS, CONDUIT, CONDUCTOR, GROUND BOXES, ANDOTHER ELECTRICAL DEVICES AS INDICATED IN THE DRAWING.5. POLE FOUNDATIONS SHALL MAINTAIN MINIMUM CLEARANCE FROMWATER LINES AND FIRE HYDRANTS.6. ALL CONDUITS SHALL BE SCHEDULE 80 PVC AND SHALL BE BURIED AT 30"DEPTH ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. INSTALL PER DETAIL 2 ONSHEET SL-5.7. COORDINATE AND INSTALL ALL NECESSARY DEVICES AS DIRECTED BYTRICOUNTY FOR SERVICE TO NEW PEDESTALS.8. STREET LIGHTS TO BE MAINTAINED BY TOWN OF WESTLAKE.SYMBOLDESCRIPTIONT(EXISTING) 120/240V OR 240/480V UTILITY TRANSFORMERBRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUIT AND CONDUCTORS, SIZES AS INDICATED LEGEND NOTES:20' POLE, FULL CUTOFF POST-TOP LED FIXTURE - SEE NOTE 1.1. DECORATIVE STREET LIGHTLUMINAIRE: (1) LED, POST-TOP MOUNT, TYPES 'SA'. REFER TO FIXTURE SCHEDULE FORADDITIONAL INFORMATION.VOLTAGE: PROVIDE AUTO-SENSING 120V-277V DRIVER. FIXTURES WIRED AT 240V.EXISTING PAD-MOUNTED STREET LIGHT PEDESTAL - SEE NOTE 2.(EXISTING) GROUND BOX - SEE NOTE 3.2. (EXISTING) CONCRETE PAD-MOUNT PEDESTAL 'P1'(EXISTING) PEDESTAL: (1) 100A, 240/480V SINGLE PHASE PAD-MOUNTED PEDESTAL WITHAPPROVED TRI-COUNTY TRANSOCKET INTEGRAL METER, INTEGRALPHOTOCELL, CONTACTOR FOR LIGHTING LOADS, 6 - 20A/1P AVAILABLECIRCUIT BREAKERS FOR LIGHTING CIRCUITS.3. GROUND BOXDIMENSIONS: REFERENCE DETAIL SHEET SL2 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.P1ELECTRICAL LEGENDNOTE BY SYMBOLS: 1. CONDUIT IS INSTALLED UNDER SEPARATE PHASE OF WORK AND SHOWNFOR REFERENCE ONLY.2. GROUND BOX SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. GROUND BOX ISINSTALLED UNDER SEPARATE PROJECT, 'SCHWAB WAY - PHASE 2'.PROVIDE APPROVED WATERPROOF SPLICE EQUIVALENT TO POLARISBLUE SUBMERSIBLE TAP CONNECTOR AND CONNECT TO EXISTINGSTREET LIGHT CIRCUIT.3. STREET LIGHT CONDUIT SHALL BE 5'-0" OFFSET FROM BACK OF PUBLICACCESS EASEMENT LIMITS. SWEEP CONDUIT INTO STREETLIGHTFOUNDATIONS AS SHOWN.4. CONNECT NEW CONDUIT INTO EXISTING CONDUIT INSTALLED UNDERSEPARATE CONTRACT. EXTEND NEW CONDUCTORS ON TO EXISTINGGROUND BOX AND SPLICE AS NOTED.DATE FILESHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN:CHECKED:TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXASCTR WESTLAKETEW9800 HILLWOODPARKWAY, SUITE 250FORT WORTH, TX 76177PHONE: 817-562-3350TX FIRM NO 12207TEWTEWMAR 2020STREET GTHIS DOCUMENT ISRELEASED FOR THEPURPOSE OF INTERIMREVIEW UNDER THEAUTHORITY OFIT IS NOT TO BE USEDFOR CONSTRUCTION,BIDDING, OR PERMITPURPOSES.THOMAS WILSON,P.E., 127691ONBHB PROJECT #6300 Ridglea Place, Suite 700 Fort Worth, TX 76116mail@bhbinc.com • 817.338.1277 • bhbinc.comTBPE Firm #44 • TBPLS FIRM #100113002020.007.0053/20/2020SCALE: 1" = 40'-0"STREET LIGHT PLAN1SCALE: 1" = 40'-0"STREET LIGHT PHOTOMETRIC PLAN2GENERAL STREET LIGHT PHOTOMETRIC NOTES : 1. PHOTOMETRIC PLAN CALCULATED USING AGI32 LIGHTING SOFTWARE.2. CALCULATIONS INCLUDE LIGHT LOSS FACTOR OF 0.85.3. CALCULATION POINTS ARE AT GRADE. STREET LIGHT DETAILSSL-2DEBRIS AND COMPACTED TO 90%SELECTED BACKFILL FREE OF LARGECONDUIT, SIZE AS SHOWN ON PLANSRELATIVE DENSITYUNDISTURBED EARTHPROVIDE 4" OVERLAP TO PREVENTBACKFILL TO MATCH EXISTING GRADE ATNEW CONCRETE TO MATCH EXISTINGPAVING SUBGRADESLUMPING.LANDSCAPED AREAS, REPAIR OR REPLACELANDSCAPINGSCALE: NO SCALETYPICAL CONDUIT TRENCHING DETAIL2SCALE: NO SCALEGROUND BOX DETAIL3IDENTIFICATION PLATELIFT EYE4"18" MIN.CONDUIT3"5"18"- 22"B1" CRUSHED STONE36"PVC CONDUIT WITH90° ELBOWREFER TO PLANSFOR CONDUIT SIZECONCRETE POLYMERGROUND BOX AND COVER.OPENING AT END OF CONDUITSSHALL BE SEALED WITH DUCT SEAL.PVC CONDUIT WITH 90° ELBOWCONCRETE POLYMER COVER1" CRUSHED STONEMAINTAIN MINIMUM CLEARANCEOF 8" BETWEEN BOTTOM OF LIDAND TOP OF 2" CONDUIT.ADDITIONAL TEXT, "TRAFFIC SIGNAL" FOR ALLGROUND BOXES SERVING FUTURE TRAFFICSIGNALS AND "ELECTRIC" FOR ALL GROUNDBOXES SERVING STREET LIGHTS.58" X 4" LIFTING SLOTSSECURE NUTS WITH BOLT TOATTACH TO GROUND BOXSKID RESIST. POLYMERCONCRETE COVERBOLT TO ATTACH TO GROUND BOXWARNING TAPE, FULL LENGTH6'-0"OUT 5'-0" AND CAPSPARE CONDUIT STUB2'-0"GRADE8 #6 LONGITUDINAL REBARCONDUIT 30" BELOWGRADEANCHOR BOLTS#3 TIES 12" O.C.3 ADDITIONAL #3 TIES2" CHAMFERANCHOR BASE COVERCONNECT BRANCH CIRCUIT GROUND WIRE STREET LIGHTING POLEAND #4 BARE COPPER WIRE TO POLE AT SCALE: NO SCALEPOLE BASE DETAIL 11"5/8" X 8'-0" COPPER PLATEDGROUND ROD PER NEC 250.52(5).#4 BARE COPPER WIRE PER NEC 250.52(3)(2). BOND TO ANCHOR BOLTS,CONCRETE ENCASED RE-BAR, POLE BASE AND BRANCH CIRCUIT EQUIPMENT GROUND CONDUCTOR.EXOTHERMIC WELDGROUNDING BUSHING.DATE FILESHEETDESIGNED: DRAWN:CHECKED:TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXASCTR WESTLAKETEW9800 HILLWOODPARKWAY, SUITE 250FORT WORTH, TX 76177PHONE: 817-562-3350TX FIRM NO 12207TEWTEWMAR 2020STREET GTHIS DOCUMENT ISRELEASED FOR THEPURPOSE OF INTERIMREVIEW UNDER THEAUTHORITY OFIT IS NOT TO BE USEDFOR CONSTRUCTION,BIDDING, OR PERMITPURPOSES.THOMAS WILSON,P.E., 127691ONBHB PROJECT #6300 Ridglea Place, Suite 700 Fort Worth, TX 76116mail@bhbinc.com • 817.338.1277 • bhbinc.comTBPE Firm #44 • TBPLS FIRM #100113002020.007.0053/20/2020(EXISITING CIRCUIT TO CONNECTNEW STREET 'G' STREETLIGHTS) Resolution 21-06 Page 1 of 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION 21-06 A RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, APPROVING ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT FOR STREET “G” WITH WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD. 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 of limitation, Chapter 51, Texas Local Government Code (“LGC”); and WHEREAS, the Ordinance 870, approved by the Town Council on October 29, 2018, requires the approval of a development agreement for the construction of Street “G”; and WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake (Town) and Westlake Retail Associates, Ltd. (the Owner) hereby agree to approve and execute a construction agreement for Street G; 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 this Agreement for Street G Roadway Construction, attached hereto to this resolution as Exhibit “A”. SECTION 3: THAT, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake further authorizes the Town Manager to execute said agreement on behalf of the Town of Westlake. 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. SECTION 5: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. Resolution 21-06 Page 2 of 2 PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 1st DAY OF MARCH, 2021. ___________________________________ Laura Wheat, Mayor ATTEST: ________________________________ ___________________________________ Todd Wood, Town Secretary Amanda DeGan, Town Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: ________________________________ L. Stanton Lowry, Town Attorney EXECUTIVE SESSION: The Council will conduct a closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code, annotated, Chapter 551, Subchapter D for the following: a. Sec 551.076 – Deliberation Regarding Security Devices or Security Audit to deliberate: (1) the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation of security personnel or devices; or (2) a security audit. b. 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: - Front 44 - Entrada - Project “YYZ” - Potential development on 55.12 acres located at Tracts 7C, 7F, 7G, 7H, 7L and 7M Abstract 648, William Huff Survey, Town of Westlake, Texas, and more generally located at the northeast corner of U.S. Highway 377 and State Highway 170. c. Section 551.071(2) Consultation with Attorney – to seek advice of counsel on matters in which the duty of the Town Attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code - FM 1938 access for proposed Southlake development. d. 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 e. Section 551.071 - Discussion with the Town Attorney regarding pending, threatened, or contemplated litigation regarding BRS. Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 8 – Executive Session Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 9 – Reconvene Town Council and Board of Trustees Meeting TAKE ANY ACTION, IF NEEDED, FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS. Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 10 – Necessary Action Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 11 – Town Council and Board of Trustees Recap and Staff Direction FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS: Any Council or Board Member may request at a workshop and / or Council or Board meeting, under “Future Agenda Item Requests”, an agenda item for a future Council or Board meeting. The Council or Board Member making the request will contact the Town Manager/Superintendent with the requested item and will list it on the agenda. At the meeting, the requesting Board Member will explain the item, the need for Council/Board discussion of the item, the item’s relationship to the Council and/or Board’s strategic priorities, as well as the amount of estimated staff time necessary to prepare for Council or Board discussion. If the requesting Council or Board Member receives a second, the Town Manager/ Superintendent will place the item on the Council or Board of Trustees agenda calendar, allowing for adequate time for staff preparation on the agenda item. Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 12 – Future Agenda Items Town Council and Board of Trustees Item # 13 – Adjournment of the Town Council and Board of Trustees Meeting