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06-03-14 Comp Plan Steering Committee Agenda Mission Statement Westlake is a unique community blending preservation of our natural environment and viewscapes, while serving our residents and businesses with superior municipal and academic services that are accessible, efficient, cost-effective, and transparent. Westlake, Texas – “One-of-a-kind community; natural oasis – providing an exceptional level of service.” Page 1 of 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS 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. COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA June 3 , 2014 WESTLAKE TOWN HALL 3 VILLAGE CIRCLE, 2ND FLOOR WESTLAKE, TX 76262 COUNCIL CHAMBERS Work Session: 6 :00 p.m. Page 2 of 2 Work Session 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. UPDATE ON FOLLOW-UP ITEMS FROM COMMITTEE’S MAY 28, 2014 MEETING: • Alignment – receive input from Hillwood, Deloitte, and Fidelity; look at the NW corner of Glenwyck for East Dove Road alignment • Volume – Hillwood consultant reviewing traffic patterns, analysis of Mesa • Title for staging of thoroughfare – Word smithing of the exhibits or documents • Process/timing – meeting schedules and process to finish the public hearings and committee meetings with the final comp plan; June 3rd steering committee meeting – public input TBD maybe August. 3. APPROVAL OF THOROUGHFARE PLAN AT BUILD OUT WITH FULL ENTITLEMENTS 4. APPROVAL OF OPEN SPACE PLAN 5. APPROVAL OF LAND USE PLAN 6. ADJOURN CERTIFICATION I certify that the above notice was posted at the Town Hall of the Town of Westlake, 3 Village Circle,May 29, 2014, by 5:00 p.m. under the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. _____________________________________ Kelly Edwards, TRMC, Town Secretary If you plan to attend this public meeting and have a disability that requires special needs, please advise the Town Secretary 48 hours in advance at 817-490-5710 and reasonable accommodations will be made to assist you. Steering Committee Pre-Workshop Meeting #3-3 Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) AGENDA: 1.Recap of Entitlements 2.Revised Thoroughfare Plan 3.Revised Parks and Open Space Plan 4.Revised Trails Plan 5.Revised Land Use Plan 6.Possible Locations for Town Hall 7.Next Steps Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Comparison of Entitlement Square Feet Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 0 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,000,000 8,000,000 9,000,000 10,000,000 Retail Office Mixed Use Hotel Office Ind.Commercial Hillwood MESA *Hillwood bar for Hotel does not show 1,250,000 Conference Center * Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) •Retail:……………………….38.70/1000 GFA •Office:……………………….11.85/1000 GFA •Hotel:…………………………8.70/Occ. Rm. •Mixed Use:…………………18.27/1000 GFA* •Office Industrial:…………6.97/1000 GFA *25% Retail and 75% Office ITE Trip Generation Rates Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 NOTE: Employment Travel Demand Rates were used in final analysis for Thoroughfare Concept which generalizes over potential uses in a given category…end results are very similar. This example relates specifically to the zoning categories contained in PD and is an example only. Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Average Daily Trips per Zoning •Retail…………………………….3,126,333 sf. = 120,989 trips •Office (PD 1,2,3)…………..15,045,313sf. = 179,000 trips •Hotel (PD 1 & 3)……………2,712,100 sf.* = (3,875 rms. at 65% occupancy =2,518 rms.) = 21,909 trips •Office Industrial……………1,099,019 = 7,660 trips •Mixed Use…………………….2,326,587 sf. = 42,506 •Residential……………………2885 DU = 28,442 trips Total non-res SF………………………………..24,309,352 sf. Total Trips………………………………………….400,506* * Less 10,000 trips for Conference Center = 390,506 Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Empire State Building is slightly more than 2 million sf. Therefore, 11 Empire State Buildings equal 24 million sf. 5 points of connection with no other local continuity The Effect of Permitted SF Served by Limited Road Access Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) The Planning Square Feet Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 0 2,000,000 4,000,000 6,000,000 8,000,000 10,000,000 12,000,000 14,000,000 16,000,000 18,000,000 20,000,000 Non-Res (excluding PD 1 and 2) Hillwood MESA GSP The GREEN Bar is the Planning Basis Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 8 6 6 4 22 2222 22 33 33 Number of Lanes Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 Pre-Workshop #3-1 April 30, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 148,700 23,90023,900 Average Daily Capacity 111,800 111,800 74,400 23,90023,900 23,90023,900 23,90023,900 35,90035,900 35,90035,900 Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 78,500 3,4003,400 Average Daily Traffic 67,900 NA 75,400 2,7002,700 28,70028,700 NANA 29,40029,400 1,9001,900 Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 70,200 20,50020,500 Remaining Capacity 43,900 NA -1,000 21,20021,200 -4,800-4,800 NANA 10,50010,500 34,00034,000 Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 Average Daily TrafficActual Conditions Average Wednesday Morning Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 Average Daily TrafficActual Conditions Average Wednesday MorningActual Conditions Average Wednesday Afternoon Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Capacity Analysis of SH 114 Pre-Workshop #3-1 April 30, 2014 Actual Conditions Average Wednesday Afternoon Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Thoroughfare Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 A coherent system serving 360,000 ADT Dove Option #1 NON RESIDENTIAL = OUTSIDE COMING IN RESIDENTIAL = INSIDE GOING OUT Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Thoroughfare Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 A coherent system serving 360,000 ADT Dove Option #2 NON RESIDENTIAL = OUTSIDE COMING IN RESIDENTIAL = INSIDE GOING OUT Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Thoroughfare Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 A coherent system serving 360,000 ADT Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Plans to Consider for Land Use and Open Space Circle T Ranch –Master Plan (CTR-MP)2004 Land Use Plan (2004 LUP) Not AdoptedAdopted per Ordinance 450 and 702 Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Original Land Use Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Revised Land Use Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Open Space Area Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 1,184 810 1,199 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 2004 Land Use Plan CTR MP Revised Open Space Plan Open Space Area (AC) Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Proposed Open Space & CTR MP Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Proposed Open Space and Existing LUP Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Revised Parks and Open Space Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Revised Open Space, Trails & Parks Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Westlake within 2 Ecotones: •Def. = Transitional area between 2 biomes/natural communities •Forms the natural features citizens wish to preserve Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Revised Open Space, Trails & Parks Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 National Standards for Parks and Recreation Park Type Suggested Park Size at NRPA Standards NRPA Ratio Total Acres/ 1000 Population NRPA Suggested Total Acres based on Population Recommended Westlake Acres/ 1000 population Westlake Total Acres at Build-put based on Amended Standard Playgrounds/ Mini Parks Less than 1 ac. 0.5 3.5 ac = 4 parks 0.5 2 public parks supplemented by private Neighborhood Parks 15+ ac.2.0 14 ac = 1 facility 2.0 14 ac = 1 facility Community Parks 25+ ac.8.0 56 ac = 2 facilities 5 (due to potential for dual school facility) 35 ac. = 1 large facility Total Local Close-to- Home Park System (hybrid park space) 10.5 73.5 ac 10.5 73.5 ac for hybrid recreational space Regional Parks (Natural Preserves, passive areas, and rural areas due to population characteristics). Greater than 200 ac. 10 70 ac = less than one facility 25 due to amount of natural system fabric to be preserved and need for connectivity. 175 ac min but whatever is required for view, historic, and natural system preservation Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Revised Parks and Open Space Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Open Space, Park and Trail Types Based on: •7,000 build-out population, •National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA), and •Local culture, socio- economic status, proximity to surrounding facilities, and lot capacity Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Open Space Types Purpose of maintaining presence and health of natural systems. Meant to be viewed rather than used. Should include landmark landforms/termini of vistas/picturesque views Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Open Space Types Areas of culturally significant and/or historic agricultural activities = Westlake identity Can be active or inactive Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Open Space Types Linear open areas that preserve flow-way and bank conditions of creek environments Usually within view corridors Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Park Types Centrally located to provide opportunities for shared community activities Can include open fields for impromptu sports activities, park bench areas, dog-parks, pavilions, picnic areas, etc. Should be located 1 to 2 miles from the next Typically 25+ acres Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Westlake’s Needs (Based on NRPA Standards): Playgrounds 1 Basketball 1 Tennis 4 Baseball 1 Volleyball 2 All can be provided within a 35 ac Community Park Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Park Types Group recreational facilities for organized activities (team sports) Typically developed by, or in conjunction with, schools for dual use Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Park Types Small recreation facilities serving needs of small populations, typically children and parents Typically contain playgrounds and are privately developed as part of residential development Should be located ½ to 1 mile apart from the next Typically 15+ acres Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Park Types Pocket open spaces in urbanized areas for use of daytime populations Meant to serve physical/mental health needs of the workforce population Typically provided by private developer Should be located ¼ to ½ mile from the next Typically less than 1 ac. Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Park Types Ceremonial gathering space for collective celebration of seasonal, festive, corporate, fraternal, and other social interactive events Fundamental focal point of town life Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Revised Trails Plan Pre-Workshop #3-3 June 3, 2014 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Trail Types Interpretive pathways serving as means of public access into natural preserves and other open areas Low impact Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Trail Types Primary pedestrian connection routes between neighborhood trail heads and bike/pedestrian pathways to points of destination like stores, work, and/or schools Meant to reduce locally generate vehicular trips Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Trail Types Collection trails within neighborhoods that connect household populations to Town Trail system Typically privately developed as part of residential development Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Trail Types Pass through pathways for regional traffic that connect with the Town Trail system Makes Westlake a destination within the regional trail network Preservation of Open Space/Landscape Heritage Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) Open Space, Trails and Parks Plan Pre-Workshop #3 April 16, 2014 Trail Types Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)