NOTICE OF DECISION On March 22, 2016 the City of Tualatin

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NOTICE OF DECISION

On March 22, 2016 the City of Tualatin approved with conditions AR 15-0025 for Cracker Barrel Restaurant located at 7665 SW Nyberg St (Tax Lot: 2S124AD3100). This staff level decision will be final after 14 calendar days from the date of this mailing unless a written request for review is received by the Community Development Department – Planning Division at 18880 SW Martinazzi Avenue, Tualatin, OR 97062 before 5:00 p.m. The appeal must be submitted on the City Request for Review (i.e. Appeal) form with all the information requested, as required by TDC 31.075, and signed by the appellant. Only those persons who submitted comments during the notice period may submit a request for review. The plans and appeal forms are available at the Planning Counter. The appeal forms much include reasons, the appeal fee and meet the requirements of Section 31.076 of the Tualatin Development Code.

Date notice mailed: 3/23/2016 Date a Request for Review must be filed: 4/6/2016 4/6/2016 File: AR-15-0025

March 22, 2016

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FINDINGS AND DECISION ** APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS ** Case #: Project: Location: Applicant: Project Contact:

AR-15-0025 Cracker Barrel at Nyberg Rivers 7665 SW Nyberg St. (Tax Lot 2S1 24AD 3100) LD Reeves and Associates, Inc.; Loretta Reeves, 1889 Manzana Ave, Punta Gorda, FL 33950 DOWL; Read Stapleton, [email protected]; 720 SW Washington St, Ste 750, Portland, OR 97205 (971) 280-8641

I.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 2

II.

CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL .................................................................................................... 3

III.

FINDINGS ................................................................................................................................... 5

A.

Previous Related Land Use Actions: ....................................................................................... 5

B.

Planning Districts and Adjacent Land Uses: ............................................................................ 5

C.

Lot Sizes: ................................................................................................................................. 5

D.

Setback Requirements: ........................................................................................................... 6

E.

Structure Height:...................................................................................................................... 6

F.

Access: .................................................................................................................................... 7

G.

Site Planning: .......................................................................................................................... 7

H.

Structure Design: ................................................................................................................... 12

I.

Mixed Solid Waste and Source Separated Recyclables Storage Areas: ............................... 12

J.

Landscaping: ......................................................................................................................... 15

K.

Tree Removal: ....................................................................................................................... 18

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L.

Grading: ................................................................................................................................. 19

M.

Bicycle Parking, Off-Street Parking and Loading: .................................................................. 19

N.

Loading Berths: ..................................................................................................................... 22

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Access: .................................................................................................................................. 23

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Signs: .................................................................................................................................... 23

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Time Limit on Approval: ......................................................................................................... 23

IV.

I.

APPEAL..................................................................................................................................... 25

INTRODUCTION

Cracker Barrel, represented by LD Reeves and Associates, proposes to construct a 10,112 sq ft restaurant and porch within the newly constructed Nyberg Rivers commercial center at 7665 SW Nyberg Street, Tualatin, Oregon. The property is owned by Tuala Northwest LLC. The lot is 22.7 acres, while the development area associated with this project is 0.38 acres or 16,700 sq ft. The property is zoned CC – Central Commercial, the building will include a porch feature, sidewalks with connections to existing pathways, landscaping, and a trash enclosure. The subject site is located within the existing Nyberg Rivers commercial center (AR 13-07 approved in 2013) and will tie into existing infrastructure. The front building elevation will face south toward a plaza area with firepit and small parking area. The building will tie into a 2-inch domestic water line at the southeast corner of the building, along with a 6-inch fire water and FDC connection in the same location. Sanitary will connect to the building along the northeast corner, where there is a proposed grease interceptor and 4-inch line to serve the building. Aside from the overall Nyberg Rivers storm water system, there is one additional catch basin that will connect to the system. That catch basin is located in the northeast portion of the site, just south of the fire pit. Public access is taken from SW Nyberg Street, a Major Arterial according to the City of Tualatin Transportation System Plan (TSP) and Figure 11-1 in the Tualatin Development Code. There is a bike lane along the site’s frontage. Secondary access is also provided off of SW Barngrover Way and SW Seneca Street. The applicant attended a pre-application conference for this project with the City of Tualatin on March 4, 2015. A neighborhood/developer meeting was held on June 25, 2015 where ten people were in attendance. Attendees commented on parking issues and on the building’s exterior and landscaping. Mailing labels, invitation letter, affidavit of mailing, certification of posting, and meeting sign-in sheet are attached to this application as Exhibit 102. The application was submitted October 13, 2015 and deemed complete on January 15, 2016. Notice was mailed to owners of property within 1,000 feet (ft) of the subject site, and to owners of property in any residential subdivision within 1,000 feet (ft) of the subject site on February 4, 2016, pursuant to Tualatin Development Code (TDC) 31.064(1). Staff did not receive written comments during the comment period that ended February 18, 2016.

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For reference “subject site” or “subject project” means any proposed or required work directly associated with the Cracker Barrel development. “Subject property” means the tax lot on which Cracker Barrel will be developed.

II.

CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

Based on the Findings and Conclusions presented, AR-15-0025 is approved, subject to the following Architectural Review conditions of approval: PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS: AR-1 All further submittals shall be sent in one complete and full set. No piecemeal submittals will be accepted. Submittals prior to building permit shall contain one plan set, with one table of contents that includes all pages submitted. All plan set pages and documents shall be numbered in accordance with table of contents. All plan submittals must be on 24 x 36 inch paper. All submittals shall be stapled or bound together down the length of the bound side. Please do not use binder or paper clips. The entire set will be reviewed at one time. A narrative shall be included and will address each condition of approval. Each applicant narrative response shall include how the condition is being addressed and on what revised plan page the condition is shown to be met in drawn form. Each resubmittal will start a new 2-week minimum review period by staff. AR-2 Prior to obtaining a building permit, the applicant shall submit two revised plan sets – plan size and ledger (11 x 17) – for review and approval to the Planning Division with the following changes: AR-3 Applicant shall construct building with a variety of architecture features as shown on the submitted elevations to ensure the building will retain visual appeal with variations in texture and massing. Features include: batten siding, metal coping, landscaped trellis, and stone veneer base and chimney. TDC 73.050 AR-4 Applicant shall submit revised site plans to provide bicycle access north of the trash enclosure to the bike parking area and install access according to revised plans. TDC 73.160(1)(d) AR-5 Applicant shall submit revised landscaping plans that note shrubs in parking areas must not exceed 30 inches in height and tree canopies must not extend below 8 ft measured from grade. TDC 73.160(3)(e) AR-6 Applicant shall submit revised landscape plans that fully screen the north, east, and south side of the transformer at time of planting and install landscaping according to revised plans. TDC 73.160(4)(a) AR-7 Applicant shall submit revised plans prior to issuance of building permit that demonstrate the proposed parapet adequately screens conceptual roof top units. TDC 73.160(4)(a) AR-8 The applicant shall revise site plans to provide adequate room for evergreen landscape screening and bike parking requirements as defined in TDC 73.370(1)(q). Landscape plans shall be revised to illustrate evergreen plants around the walls of the recycling and trash

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enclosure, excluding the gate or entrance openings. Applicant shall install these facilities to the revised plans. TDC 73.227(6)(b)(iii) AR-9 Applicant shall provide an irrigation plan prior to on-site work. TDC 73.280 AR-10 Applicant shall revise landscape plan to provide additional screening or amenity on the north elevation and provide approved groundcover and shrubs or a bioswale landscaping in strip along east elevation. Applicant shall install landscaping according to revised plans. TDC 73.310(1) Notes:  The applicant must submit sign permit applications separately from this AR for any proposed signage. 

All building exterior improvements approved through the Architectural Review Process must be continually maintained, including necessary painting and repair, so as to remain substantially similar to original approval through the Architectural Review Process, unless subsequently altered with Community Development Director’s approval. TDC 73.100(2)



All landscaping approved through architectural review (AR) must be continually maintained, including necessary watering, weeding, pruning and replacement, in a manner substantially similar to that originally approved by the AR decision, unless subsequently altered with Community Development Director’s approval. TDC 73.100(1)



Site landscaping and street trees shall be maintained to meet the vision clearance requirements of TDC 73.400(16).



The site development and uses must comply with the noise limits of TDC 63.051(1).



The plan size (24 x 36 inches) and ledger (11 x 17 inches) plan sets must be folded, not rolled.



The plan sets for the Planning Division must contain sheets relevant to AR conditions of approval while also not being a full building permit set. For example, because the Planning Division needs no erosion control or roof framing plan sheets, exclude them.



Following Planning Division approval of revised plans and when the constructed site is ready, the applicant must contact the Planning Division for a site inspection in order to obtain a certificate of occupancy (CO). This inspection is separate from inspection(s) done by the Building Division. Staff recommends scheduling a Planning inspection at least three business days in advance of the desired inspection date.

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III.

FINDINGS

Reviewing this application in terms of the Tualatin Development Code (TDC) and other ordinances, the following findings are relevant. All references are to sections in the TDC unless otherwise noted. A.

Previous Related Land Use Actions:  Architectural Review AR13-07 (Nyberg Rivers: 300,000 sq ft shopping center improvements including two building pads)  Master Plan MP 13-01 (Nyberg Rivers Master Plan: Commercial redevelopment project of 26 acre site)

B.

Planning Districts and Adjacent Land Uses:

The subject property is located in the Central Commercial (CC) Planning District where retail, professional, and other services usually found downtown are permitted pursuant to TDC 53.020. Adjacent planning districts and land uses are clockwise: N: CO LA Fitness, Tualatin River E: CG Interstate-5 S: CC Red Robin, Fred Meyer beyond SW Nyberg Road W: CC Cabela’s, Pieology, Home Goods C. Lot Sizes: 53.070 Central Urban Renewal Area - Lot Sizes. Except for lots for public utility facilities, natural gas pumping stations and wireless communication facilities which shall be established through the Subdivision, Partition or Lot Line Adjustment process, and excepting any lot in the Core Area Parking District where TDC 53.070(1)-(5) apply, the minimum lot size in the Central Urban Renewal District shall conform to the lot sizes described on Map 9-3: (1) Except for mixed use developments, and common-wall dwellings on separate lots: (a) The minimum lot area shall be 5,000 square feet. (b) The minimum average lot width shall be 40 feet. (c) The minimum lot width at the street shall be 40 feet. (d) For flag lots, the minimum lot width at the street shall be sufficient to comply with at least the minimum access requirements in TDC 73.400(8) - (12). (e) The minimum lot width at the street shall be 35 feet on a cul-de-sac street. (2) For mixed use developments, and common-wall dwellings on separate lots: (a) Lot areas, widths and frontages shall be determined through the Architectural Review Process. (b) Frontage on a public street shall not be required when access via easements is provided in accordance with TDC 73.400. (3) The minimum lot width at the street shall be 40 feet. (4) For flag lots, the minimum lot width at the street shall be sufficient to comply with at least the minimum access requirements in TDC 73.400(8) - (12).

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(5) The minimum lot width at the street shall be 40 feet on a cul-de-sac street. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the Site Plan (Sheet C2.0), the proposed building will be located on an existing legal lot identified as Tax Lot 2S124A003100. This lot encompasses a large portion of Nyberg Rivers and is 22.7 acres. All of the dimensions for lot size meet the minimum lot size requirements listed above, and were approved under AR-13-07 for the Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center. Staff notes the plan meets the requirement. D. Setback Requirements: 53.080 (1) Front yard. Except as provided by TDC 53.090(2)(a), zero to 20 feet, as determined through the Architectural Review process. (2) Side yard. Except as provided by TDC 53.090(2)(a), zero to 20 feet, as determined through the Architectural Review process. (3) Rear yard. Zero to 15 feet, as deter-mined through the Architectural Review process. (4) Corner lot yards. Zero to 20 feet for a sufficient distance to provide adequate sight distance for vehicular and pedestrian traffic at an intersection, as determined through the Architectural Review process. (5) Off-street parking and vehicular circulation areas shall be set back a minimum of 5 feet from any public right-of-way or property line, except as approved through the Architectural Review process. (6) No fence shall be constructed within 5 feet of a public right-of-way, except that in residential and mixed use residential developments within the Central Design District the minimum fence setback shall be determined through Architectural Review, with no minimum requirement. As shown on the Site Plan (Sheet C2.0), the location of the restaurant building pad meets all setback requirements listed above. The front yard faces south to the fire pit and parking area where there is an approximately ten ft wide landscape buffer between the porch area and parking area, as scaled by staff. The west elevation faces inward toward a drive aisle and the central parking area. There is a six ft sidewalk and landscaped area along the base of the building to achieve an approximate nine ft setback from the building to the drive aisle. The rear yard setback is defined as the north elevation of the building that faces LA Fitness. The existing off-street parking and vehicular circulation areas are setback at least 15 ft to meet the setback requirements. The east elevation of the building faces the Interstate-5 right of way and is setback approximately four ft from the property line by a stormwater trench. No new fencing is proposed as part of this application. Staff notes the plan meets the requirement. E. Structure Height: 53.090 (1) Except for flagpoles displaying the flag of the United States of America, either alone or with the State of Oregon flag which shall not exceed 100 feet in height above grade, and except as provided in TDC 53.090(2), (3) and (4), the maximum height for a structure is 45 feet.

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As noted on the building elevation included in Exhibit 101, the proposed building height of the south facing elevation (including parapet) is 19 ft with side and rear parapet elevations that reach a maximum height of 16.86 ft. Additionally the sign parapets have a maximum height of 23 ft. A singular stone chimney is shown to be 30 ft above the finished floor elevation. Staff notes the requirement has been met. Note: Signs are not permitted as part of this application. F. Access: 53.100 Except as provided below, no lot shall be created without provision for access to the public right-of-way in accordance with TDC 73.400 and TDC Chapter 75. Such access may be provided by lot frontage on a public street, or via permanent access easement over one or more adjoining properties, creating uninterrupted vehicle and pedestrian access between the subject lot and the public right-of-way. Lots and tracts created to preserve wetlands, greenways, Natural Areas and Stormwater Quality Control Facilities identified by TDC Chapters 71, 72, Figure 3-4 of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan and the Surface Water Management Ordinance, TMC Chapter 3-5, as amended, respectively, or for the purpose of preserving park lands in accordance with the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, may not be required to abut a public street. The subject site is a development on a larger lot. Primary access into Nyberg Rivers is provided by SW Nyberg Street (Major Arterial), with secondary access from SW Barngrover Way and SW Seneca Street. A 30 ft wide drive aisle within Nyberg Rivers provides access to the subject site. Staff notes the plan meets the requirement. G. Site Planning: 73.050 Criteria and Standards (1) In exercising or performing his or her powers, duties, or functions, the Community Development Director shall determine whether there is compliance with the following: (a) The proposed site development, including the site plan, architecture, landscaping, parking and graphic design, is in conformance with the standards of this and other applicable City ordinances insofar as the location, height, and appearance of the proposed development are involved; (b) The proposed design of the development is compatible with the design of other developments in the general vicinity; and (c) The location, design, size, color and materials of the exterior of all structures are compatible with the proposed development and appropriate to the design character of other developments in the vicinity. The Nyberg Rivers project has been designed so that all buildings have four-sided architecture. The shopping center is a 360-degree shopping center, meaning there is no “back” or “rear” of the shopping center. Interstate-5 is on the east of the shopping center, SW Nyberg Street is on the south, City Offices and SW Martinazzi Avenue is on the west, and the Tualatin River Greenway is on the north. The applicant has provided elevations that demonstrate the proposed restaurant’s architectural features will include: batten siding, metal coping, green screen, and stone veneer base and chimney. These features will compliment the surrounding development. Staff has conditioned the applicant to provide a variety of architecture features

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as shown on the submitted elevations to ensure the building will retain visual appeal with variations in texture and massing. Condition of Approval: Applicant shall construct the building with a variety of architecture features as shown on the submitted elevations to ensure the building will retain visual appeal with variations in texture and massing. Features include: batten siding, metal coping, landscaped trellis, and stone veneer base and chimney. 31.060 Definitions Accessway. A non-vehicular, paved pathway designed for pedestrian and bicycle use and providing convenient linkages between a development and adjacent residential and commercial properties and areas intended for public use such as schools, parks, and adjacent collector and arterial streets where transit stops or bike lanes are provided or designated. An accessway is not a sidewalk. Bikeway. Any street, road, path or way open to bicycle travel regardless of whether such facilities are designated for the preferential use of bicycles or are to be shared with other transportation modes. Walkway. A pedestrian facility which provides a paved surface for pedestrian circulation within a development. A walkway may be shared with bicycles and may cross vehicle areas. 73.160 The following standards are minimum requirements for commercial, industrial, public and semi-public development and it is expected that development proposals shall meet or exceed these minimum requirements. (1) Pedestrian and Bicycle Circulation. (a) For commercial, public and semi-public uses: (i) a walkway shall be provided between the main entrance to the building and any abutting public right-of-way of an arterial or collector street where a transit stop is designated or provided. The walkway shall be a minimum of 6 feet wide and shall be constructed of concrete, asphalt, or a pervious surface such as pavers or grasscrete, but not gravel or woody material, and be ADA compliant, if applicable; The larger Nyberg Rivers commercial site abuts a transit line on the western property line at SW Martinazzi Avenue. However the subject site is located on the southeasterly corner of Nyberg Rivers and does not directly abut a transit line. This requirement is not applicable. (ii) walkways shall be provided between the main building entrances and other on-site buildings and accessways. The walkways shall be a minimum of 6 feet wide and shall be constructed of concrete, asphalt, or a pervious surface such as pavers or grasscrete, but not gravel or woody material, and be ADA compliant, if applicable; (iii) walkways through parking areas, drive aisles, and loading areas shall be visibly raised and of a different appearance than the adjacent paved vehicular areas; The proposed restaurant and subject site are a part of the Nyberg Rivers commercial center and will tie into the overall pedestrian and bicycle circulation network. The on-site walkways connect to the existing circulation network to provide access between the main building entrance and the abutting Nyberg Street. All proposed walkways are a minimum of six ft wide

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and constructed of concrete. Walkways through parking areas are striped to differentiate these areas from the adjacent paved vehicular areas. Staff notes that raised walkways are not proposed on the north face of the building, as loading is proposed in this area. (iv) accessways shall be provided as a connection from the development's internal bikeways and walkways to all of the following locations that apply: abutting arterial or collector streets upon which transit stops or bike lanes are provided or designated; abutting undeveloped residential or commercial areas; adjacent undeveloped sites where an agreement to provide an accessway connection exists; and to abutting publicly-owned land intended for general public use, including schools; This criteria has been met through AR 13-07 Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center. (v) fences or gates which prevent pedestrian and bike access shall not be allowed at the entrance to or exit from any accessway. No fences or gates are proposed as part of this project. (vi) bikeways shall be provided which link building entrances and bike facilities on the site with the adjoining public right-of-way and accessways. As mentioned previously, the site will tie into Nyberg River’s existing circulation network. The on-site bikeways will provide access between the building entrance, bicycle parking near the building’s northeast corner, abutting Nyberg Street bike lane, and the Tualatin River Greenway. Staff notes this requirement has been met. (vii) Outdoor Recreation Access Routes shall be provided between the development's walkway and bikeway circulation system and parks, bikeways and greenways where a bike or pedestrian path is designated. The proposed sidewalks and crosswalks will connect to the Tualatin River Greenway path northwest of the subject site. Overall site circulation and connections to the Greenway were reviewed and approved in AR-13-07 for the Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center. Staff notes this requirement has been addressed. (c) Curb ramps shall be provided wherever a walkway or accessway crosses a curb. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the Site Plan (Sheet C2.0), curb ramps are provided wherever a walkway or accessway crosses a curb. Staff notes that bike parking is proposed behind the trash enclosure located on the northeast corner of the subject site. Staff has conditioned the applicant to provide bicycle access to the proposed bike parking area. Condition of Approval: Applicant shall submit revised site plans to provide bicycle access north of the trash enclosure to the bike parking area and install access according to revised plans. (d) Accessways shall be a minimum of 8 feet wide and constructed in accordance with the Public Works Construction Code if they are public accessways, and if they are

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private accessways they shall be constructed of asphalt, concrete or a pervious surface such as pervious asphalt or concrete, pavers or grasscrete, but not gravel or woody material, and be ADA compliant, if applicable. The proposed sidewalks on site will connect to the existing Nyberg Rivers accessway that is 12-feet wide to connect to the Tualatin River Greenway Recreational Path and SW Nyberg Street. (2) Drive-up Uses Applicant’s Response: The use proposed does not include a drive-up facility. This section does not apply. (3) Safety and Security (a) Locate windows and provide lighting in a manner which enables tenants, employees and police to watch over pedestrian, parking and loading areas. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the building elevations provided, all windows are located to provide natural lighting which enables employees and patrons to watch over pedestrian and parking areas Staff notes that there are blocks of windows provided for each building face. This requirement has been met. (b) In commercial, public and semi-public development and where possible in industrial development, locate windows and provide lighting in a manner which enables surveillance of interior activity from the public right-of-way. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the building elevations provided, all windows and lighting are located to enable surveillance of interior activity from the adjacent drive aisles and parking areas. Staff notes the applicant has submitted a photometric plan (Sheet ES1). This requirement has been met. (c) Locate, orient and select on-site lighting to facilitate surveillance of on-site activities from the public right-of-way without shining into public rights-of-way or fish and wildlife habitat areas. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the photometric plan (Sheet ES1), all on-site lighting allows for surveillance of on-site activities from adjacent drive aisles and parking areas without shining lights into the adjacent SW Nyberg Street. Staff notes the Tualatin River is located approximately 825 ft north of the subject site, behind LA Fitness. This requirement is met. (d) Provide an identification system which clearly locates buildings and their entries for patrons and emergency services.

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Applicant’s Response: Signage will be provided to clearly mark the primary building access for both patrons and emergency services. This standard is will be met through the building permit process. (e) Shrubs in parking areas must not exceed 30 inches in height. Tree canopies must not extend below 8 feet measured from grade. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the Landscape Plan provided in Exhibit H, existing shrubs in parking areas do not exceed 30-inches in height and tree canopies do not extend below 8feet measured from grade. Staff notes that Douglas Spirea is proposed near the parking area located to the south. As these shrubs reach a mature height of six ft, staff is conditioning the applicant to provide landscaping that meets the vision clearance requirement near parking. Condition of Approval: Applicant shall submit revised landscaping plans that note shrubs in parking areas must not exceed 30 inches in height and tree canopies must not extend below 8 ft measured from grade. 73.160(4)(a) On and above grade electrical and mechanical equipment such as transformers, heat pumps and air conditioners shall be screened with sight obscuring fences, walls or landscaping. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the Landscape Plan (Sheet L1.0), transformer screening is shown on the north and east side of the transformer, mostly in the form of retained or replanted Oregon grape. The west and south sides of the transformer are not proposed for landscaping in order to meet maintenance access requirements. Staff notes that the applicant is proposing the use of shrubs that grow up to 3 ft tall in order to screen the transformer. Applicant shall be conditioned to provide adequate landscaping to fully screen the transformer on the north, east, and south side at time of planting. No rooftop equipment is shown on the proposed elevations. Parapet shall screen any roof top units. Applicant is conditioned to submit revised plans with conceptual roof top units to conform with screening requirement. Condition of Approval: Applicant shall submit revised landscape plans that fully screen the north, east, and south side of the transformer at time of planting and install landscaping according to revised plans. Condition of Approval: Applicant shall submit revised plans prior to issuance of building permit that demonstrate the proposed parapet adequately screens conceptual roof top units. 73.160(4)(b) Outdoor storage, excluding mixed solid waste and source separated recyclables storage areas listed under TDC 73.227, shall be screened with a sight obscuring fence, wall, berm or dense evergreen landscaping.

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Staff notes trash enclosure plans have been provided (Sheet D-1). The plans show a walled trash enclosure that is constructed of batten siding, metal coping, and stone veneer base to match the proposed restaurant. 73.160(5) The Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to development in the City of Tualatin. Although TDC, Chapter 73 does not include the Oregon Structural Specialty Code’s (OSSC) accessibility standards as requirements to be reviewed during the Architectural Review process, compliance with the OSSC is a requirement at the Building Permit step. It is strongly recommended all materials submitted for Architectural Review show compliance with OSSC. The applicant has demonstrated compliance with ADA standards on the Site Plan (Sheet C2.0). This standard will be met through the building permit process. H. Structure Design: 73.220(1) (a) Locate, orient and select on-site lighting to facilitate surveillance of on-site activities from the public right-of-way or other public areas. (b) Provide an identification system, which clearly identifies and locates buildings and their entries. (c) Shrubs in parking areas shall not exceed 30 inches in height, and tree canopies must not extend below 8 feet measured from grade, except for parking structures and underground parking where this provision shall not apply. Staff discussed similar requirements in reviewing compliance with 73.160(3) above. I. Mixed Solid Waste and Source Separated Recyclables Storage Areas: 73.227(2) Minimum Standards Method (a)(i) The storage area requirement is based on the area encompassed by predominant use(s) of the building (e.g., residential, office, retail, wholesale/ warehouse/ manufacturing, educational/institutional or other) as well as the area encompassed by other distinct uses. If a building has more than one use, and that use occupies 20 percent or less of the gross leasable area (GLA) of the building, the GLA occupied by that use shall be counted toward the floor area of the predominant use(s). If a building has more than one use and that use occupies more than 20 percent of the GLA of the building, then the storage area requirement for the whole building shall be the sum of the area of each use. The site is proposed to be a commercial restaurant use and is 10,112 sq. ft. 73.227(2)(a)(v) Commercial, industrial, public and semi-public developments shall provide a minimum storage area of 10 square feet plus: Office - 4 square feet/1000 square feet gross leasable area (GLA); Retail - 10 square feet/1000 square feet GLA; Wholesale/Warehouse/Manufacturing - 6 square feet/1000 square feet GLA; Educational and institutional - 4 square feet/1000 square feet GLA; and other - 4 square feet/1000 square feet GLA.

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Applicant’s Response: Based on the retail commercial requirements for storage areas, the minimum requirement is 112 sq. ft. of storage area. As shown on the Site Plan (Sheet C2.0) and Trash Enclosure Details (Sheets D-1 and D-2), the proposed trash enclosure area will be designed to accommodate mixed solid waste and source separated recyclable storage areas. The proposed area is 288 sq. ft. Trash Enclosure Requirements Use Retail Total

Trash Enclosure (SF) Required Provided 101.12 10 111.12 288

Staff notes that the total GLA of the building, (10,112 sq ft x 10 ft/1000 ft) + 10 sq ft = 111.12 sq ft. The planned trash enclosure area is approximately 288 sq ft. The proposal meets the requirement. (5) Franchised Hauler Review Method. The franchised hauler review method provides for a coordinated review of the pro-posed site plan by the franchised hauler serving the subject property. This method can be used when there are unique conditions associated with the site, use, or waste stream that make compliance with any of the three other methods impracticable…. Applicant’s Response: The trash enclosure plans was submitted to Republic Services and a letter of authorization dated July 2, 2015 verifies that the enclosure meets the dimensional and access requirements for the hauler. Staff notes that the applicant has already shown that the proposal meets the minimum standards method. Nonetheless, the franchise haulers review is good assurance of a practical design and accessibility by the hauler. 73.227(6)(a) Location Standards (iv) Exterior storage areas shall not be located within a required front yard setback or in a yard adjacent to a public or private street. (v) Exterior storage areas shall be located in central and visible locations on the site to enhance security for users. (vi) Exterior storage areas can be located in a parking area, if the proposed use provides parking spaces required through the Architectural Review process. (vii) Storage areas shall be accessible for collection vehicles and located so that the storage area will not obstruct pedestrian or vehicle traffic movement on site or on public streets adjacent to the site. Storage areas shall be accessible for collection vehicles and located so that the storage area will not obstruct pedestrian or vehicle traffic movement on site or on public streets adjacent to the site. Applicant’s Response: The trash enclosure is located to the north of the building, in an area separated from the adjacent parking stalls and outside any required setback or yard. The trash enclosure plan was submitted to Republic Services and a letter of authorization verifies that the enclosure meets the dimensional and access requirements for the hauler, including signature on the proposed plan for the trash enclosure.

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73.227(6)(b) Design Standards (iii) Exterior storage areas shall be enclosed by a sight obscuring fence or wall at least 6 feet in height. In multi-family, commercial, public and semi-public developments evergreen plants shall be placed around the enclosure walls, excluding the gate or entrance openings. Gate openings for haulers shall be a minimum of 10 feet wide and shall be capable of being secured in a closed and open position. A separate pedestrian access shall also be provided in multi-family, commercial, public and semi-public developments. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the Site Plan and building elevations, the proposed trash enclosure area is dimensioned at approximately 24 ft wide by 12 ft deep, with walls 10 ft tall. Two sets of approximately 5 x 8 ft access doors are provided on the west side of the enclosure. The enclosure is constructed with 8” split-face CMU walls and the doors are provided with locking mechanisms in the form of drop rods. The base of the enclosure is designed with a stone fascia to improve overall aesthetic quality of the structure. The structure is also covered with a roof with wood trim. Access to the enclosure is provided by a separate access door and an adjacent pedestrian walkway. Staff notes the proposed walls are scaled to 8 ft high and that the roof is scaled to 12.5 ft in the front and 10 ft in the rear. No evergreen screening for the trash enclosure is proposed. Staff has conditioned the applicant to meet this requirement. Condition of Approval: The applicant shall revise site plans to provide adequate room for evergreen landscape screening and bike parking requirements as defined in TDC 73.370(1)(q). Landscape plans shall be revised to illustrate evergreen plants around the walls of the recycling and trash enclosure, excluding the gate or entrance openings. Applicant shall install these facilities to the revised plans. 73.227(6)(c) Access Standards (i) Access to storage areas can be limited for security reasons. However, the storage areas shall be accessible to users at convenient times of the day, and to hauler personnel on the day and approximate time they are scheduled to provide hauler service. (ii) Storage areas shall be designed to be easily accessible to hauler trucks and equipment, considering paving, grade, gate clearance and vehicle access. A minimum of 10 feet horizontal clearance and 8 feet vertical clearance is required if the storage area is covered. (iii) Storage areas shall be accessible to collection vehicles without requiring backing out of a driveway onto a public street. If only a single access point is available to the storage area, adequate turning radius shall be provided to allow vehicles to safely exit the site in a forward motion. Applicant’s Response: Access to the enclosure is provided by an existing parking lot, as well as an adjacent pedestrian walkway connecting the enclosure with the restaurant. The front of the trash enclosure is 12.5 ft high, while the rear is 10 ft high. The front is accessed with two sets of doors, each set at approximately 12 ft wide. The interior of the enclosure is lit. The trash enclosure plan was submitted to Republic Services and a letter of authorization is provided to verify that the enclosure meets the dimensional and access requirements for the hauler, including signature on the proposed plan for the trash enclosure.

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Staff notes the roof is 12.5 ft high in the front and 10 ft high in the rear. The requirement has been met. J. Landscaping: 73.240(3) The minimum area requirement for landscaping for uses in CO, CR, CC, CG, ML and MG Planning Districts shall be fifteen (15) percent of the total area to be developed, except within the Core Area Parking District, where the minimum area requirement for landscaping shall be 10 percent. When a dedication is granted on the subject property for a greenway or natural area, the minimum area requirement for landscaping may be reduced by 2.5 percent from the minimum area requirement as determined through the AR process. Applicant’s Response: The approved Nyberg Rivers Master Plan (AR-13-17) included the restaurant pad associated with this application within its development boundary. The overall commercial development represented in the Master Plan, including the proposed restaurant site, exceeds the 15% minimum landscape area requirement. Therefore, the landscaping area proposed for the restaurant development is consistent with the master plan approval, for which the City has acknowledged compliance with the 15% minimum landscaping requirement. As shown on the Landscape Planting Plan (Sheet L1.0), the overall landscape percentage provided for the proposed developed area is 4%. Staff notes that the overall commercial center landscaping was reviewed and approved through AR13-07. The Nyberg Rivers site includes 27% landscaping which exceeds this requirement. The subject site will increase the commercial center landscaping from approximately 6.22 acres to 6.24 acres. (9) Yards adjacent to public streets, except as described in the Hedges Creek Wetlands Mitigation Agreement, TDC 73.240(7), shall be planted to lawn or live groundcover and trees and shrubs and be perpetually maintained in a manner providing a park-like character to the property as approved through the Architectural Review process. Applicant’s Response: The yard adjacent to the Interstate-5 right-of-way is planted to be lawn with live groundcover, trees, and shrubs to create a park-like character. This area will also be planted with additional landscaping to provide screening between the trash enclosure area and areas to the east of the site. Staff observes that this area is noted as being existing and not a part of this project on the Landscape Planting Plan. This area was landscaped as part of AR 13-07. 73.240(11) Any required landscaped area shall be designed, constructed, installed, and maintained so that within three years the ground shall be covered by living grass or other plant materials. (The foliage crown of trees shall not be used to meet this requirement.) A maximum of 10% of the landscaped area may be covered with unvegetated areas of bark chips, rock or stone. Applicant’s Response: All proposed landscape areas are designed and will be constructed and installed so that all ground will be covered by living grass and/or plant material within three years of installation.

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Staff notes that Massachusetts Kinnickinnik and Rockspray Cotoneaster, will be planted in one gallon containers as the predominant ground cover. This is sufficient to meet the intent of the requirement. 73.250 Tree Preservation. (1) Trees and other plant materials to be retained shall be identified on the landscape plan and grading plan. (2) During the construction process: (a) The owner or the owner's agents shall provide above and below ground protection for existing trees and plant materials identified to remain. (b) Trees and plant materials identified for preservation shall be protected by chain link or other sturdy fencing placed around the tree at the drip line. There are twenty trees within the ODOT right-of-way that are identified and marked for preservation on the tree preservation plan. 73.260 Tree and Plant Specifications (1)(a) Deciduous shade and ornamental trees shall be a minimum one and one-half inch (1½”) caliper measured six inches (6”) above ground, balled and burlapped. Bare root trees will be accepted to plant during their dormant season. Trees shall be characteristically shaped specimens. (1)(b) Coniferous trees shall be a minimum five feet (5’) in height above ground, balled and burlapped. Bare root trees will be acceptable to plant during their dormant season. Trees shall be well branched and characteristically shaped specimens. (1)(c) Shrubs. Evergreen and deciduous shrubs shall be at least one (1) to five (5) gallon size. Shrubs shall be characteristically branched. Side of shrub with best foliage shall be oriented to public view. (1)(d) Groundcovers shall be fully rooted and shall be well branched or leafed. English ivy (Hedera helix) is considered a high maintenance material, which is detrimental to other landscape materials and buildings and is therefore prohibited. Applicant’s Response: The Landscape Plan provided (Sheet L1.0) includes a legend that specifies the species size and caliper of all the proposed new plant material. Staff notes the Landscape Plan lists: (a) Jaquemonti Birch (3” cal) which meets the requirement (b) Hogan Western Cedar (6’ ht) which meets the requirement (c) A variety of one to five gallon shrubs including: Douglas Spiraea, Wood’s Rose, and Parney Cotoneaster which meets the requirement (d) Massachusetts Kinnikinnick and Rockspray Cotoneaster which meet the requirement. 73.280 Irrigation System Required Except for townhouse lots, landscaped areas shall be irrigated with an automatic underground or drip irrigation system. Applicant’s Response: All landscape areas shown on the Landscape Plan (Sheet L1.0) will be irrigated with an automatic drip irrigation system.

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Condition of Approval: Provide an irrigation plan prior to on-site work. Section 73.290 Re-vegetation in Unlandscaped Areas (1) Where vegetation has been removed or damaged in areas not affected by the landscaping requirements and that are not to be occupied by structures or other improvements, vegetation shall be replanted. The applicant has included a note on the Grading Plan (Sheet C4.0) stating plants affected by grading will be hand dug, stockpiled, and replanted once grading is complete. This standard is met. (2) Plant materials shall be watered at intervals sufficient to ensure survival and growth for a minimum of two growing seasons. The applicant has included a note on the Landscaping Plan (Sheet L1.0) stating landscape areas shall have a complete underground automatic irrigation system with full head to head coverage. This standard is met. (3) The use of native plant materials is encouraged to reduce irrigation and maintenance demands. Native plants including: Douglas Spiraea, Woods’ Rose, and Pacific Ninebark are proposed for use throughout the landscaped areas (Sheet L1.0). This standard is met. (4) Disturbed soils should be amended to an original or higher level of porosity to regain infiltration and stormwater storage capacity. The applicant has included a note on the Grading Plan (Sheet C4.0) stating plants topsoil is to be restored to exposed cut and fill areas to provide a suitable based for seeding and planting. This standard is met. 73.310(1) A minimum 5-foot-wide landscaped area must be located along all building perimeters, which are viewable by the general public from parking lots or the public right-of-way, excluding loading areas, bicycle parking areas and pedestrian egress/ingress locations. Pedestrian amenities such as landscaped plazas and arcades may be substituted for this requirement. This requirement shall not apply where the distance along a wall between two vehicle or pedestrian access openings (such as entry doors, garage doors, carports and pedestrian corridors) is less than 8 feet. Staff notes that this requirement is satisfied on the south face of the building where the applicant is proposing a 10 ft wide landscaped area and porch area. The applicant has proposed 3.5 wide landscape strip on the west building face with one green screen proposed as amenity substitution. No landscaping is shown on the north or east building faces. A loading area and bicycle parking area is located to the north, excluding this requirement for the north elevation. Three green screens are proposed on the east elevation that faces I-5. No further landscaping is proposed on the eastern elevation. To meet this requirement staff has conditioned the applicant to provide additional landscape amenities.

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Condition of Approval: Applicant shall revise landscape plan to provide additional screening or amenity on the north elevation and provide approved groundcover and shrubs or a bioswale landscaping landscaping in strip along east elevation. Applicant shall install landscaping according to revised plans. 73.310(2) Areas exclusively for pedestrian use that are developed with pavers, bricks, etc., and contain pedestrian amenities, such as benches, tables with umbrellas, children’s play areas, shade trees, canopies, etc., may be included as part of the site landscape area requirement. Staff notes that the applicant is proposing a porch area on the south side of the building and that the building faces an existing pedestrian plaza with firepit that is a part of the larger Nyberg Rivers development. 73.310(3) All areas not occupied by buildings, parking spaces, driveways, drive aisles, pedestrian areas or undisturbed natural areas shall be landscaped. Applicant’s Response: All areas within the limit of work that are not occupied by buildings, parking spaces, drive aisles, pedestrian area or undisturbed natural areas are planned to be landscaped with new plantings. The landscape plan includes both deciduous and coniferous trees, shrubs and groundcover to occupy all remaining areas not summarized above. Staff notes this requirement has been met. 73.340(1) A clear zone shall be provided for the driver at ends of on-site drive aisles and at driveway entrances, vertically between a maximum of 30 inches and a minimum of 8 feet as measured from the ground level, except for parking structures and underground parking, where this provision shall not apply. It has been noted that the applicant is to maintain vegetation to these specifications. 73.340 Off-Street Parking Lot and Loading Area Landscaping - Commercial… Uses The criteria under this section was approved and constructed with AR-13-07 for the Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center. 73.360 Off Street Parking Lot Landscaping Islands- Commercial… Uses The criteria under this section was approved and constructed with AR-13-07 for the Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center. K. Tree Removal: 73.050(4) As part of Architectural Review, the property owner may apply for approval to cut trees in addition to those allowed in TDC 34.200. The granting or denial of a treecutting permit shall be based on the criteria in TDC 34.230. 34.230 The Community Development Director shall consider the following criteria when approving, approving with conditions, or denying a request to cut trees.

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(1) The Community Development Director may approve a request to cut a tree when the applicant can satisfactorily demonstrate that any of the following criteria are met: (a) The tree is diseased, and (i) The disease threatens the structural integrity of the tree; or (ii) The disease permanently and severely diminishes the aesthetic value of the tree; or (iii)The continued retention of the tree could result in other trees being infected with a disease that threatens either their structural integrity or aesthetic value. (b) The tree represents a hazard, which may include but not be limited to: (i) The tree is in danger of falling; (ii) Substantial portions of the tree are in danger of falling. (c) It is necessary to remove the tree to construct proposed improvements based on Architectural Review approval, building permit, or approval of a Subdivision or Partition Review. All tree removal for the subject site was approved through AR-13-07 and has already occurred. Staff notes that the applicant has submitted a Tree Preservation Plan (Sheet C3.0). L. Grading: 73.270(1) After completion of site grading, topsoil is to be restored to exposed cut and fill areas to provide a suitable base for seeding and planting. The applicant has included a note on the Grading Plan (Sheet C4.0) stating plants topsoil is to be restored to exposed cut and fill areas to provide a suitable base for seeding and planting. This standard is met. 73.270(4) Impervious surface drainage shall be directed away from pedestrian walkways, dwelling units, buildings, outdoor private and shared areas and landscape areas except where the landscape area is a water quality facility. Site infrastructure was approved and installed through AR-13-07. The storm drainage system has been designed so water is directed away from walkways, buildings and landscape areas (not intended for storm water detention or water quality), which meets the requirement. M. Bicycle Parking, Off-Street Parking and Loading: 73.370(1) (n) Bicycle parking facilities shall either be lockable enclosures in which the bicycle is stored, or secure stationary racks, which accommodate a bicyclist’s lock securing the frame and both wheels. (o) Each bicycle parking space shall be at least 6 feet long and 2 feet wide, and overhead clearance in covered areas shall be at least 7 feet, unless a lower height is approved through the Architectural Review process. (r) Required bicycle parking shall be located in convenient, secure, and well lighted locations approved through the Architectural Review process. (s) Bicycle parking facilities may be provided inside a building in suitable secure and accessible locations. (u) Bicycle parking areas and facilities shall be identified with appropriate signing as specified in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) (latest edition). At a minimum, bicycle parking signs shall be located at the main entrance and at the location of the bicycle parking facilities.

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Bicycle parking for the entire Nyberg Rivers site was reviewed and approved through AR-1307. The Cracker Barrel site was determined to provide a trash enclosure with 12 hanging bike racks. The applicant has demonstrated that 12 hanging bike racks will be provided on the Dumpster Enclosure Plan (Sheet D-1). Bicycle parking is proposed to be covered and signage is noted on the submitted Site Plan. This requirement has been met. Off-Street Vehicle Parking: 73.370(2)(a): The following are the minimum and maximum requirements for off-street motor vehicle parking in the City… USE

(iii) Shopping center (over 100,000 sq. ft. of gross floor area)

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT

4.1 spaces per 1,000 sq. ft. of gross floor area

MAXIMUM REQUIREMENT Zone A: 5.1 spaces per 1,000 sq. ft. gross floor area Zone B: 6.2 spaces per 1,000 sq. ft. gross floor area

BICYCLE REQUIREMENT

0.50 space per 1,000 sq. ft. of gross floor area

PERCENTAGE COVERED

50

The overall Nyberg Rivers commercial center parking requirements were determined based on a shopping center use under AR-13-07. Parking for the site is existing with 1,316 stalls total throughout Nyberg Rivers. While there was one public comment recorded regarding a lack of parking at certain shops in Nyberg Rivers, there are approximately 75 existing parking stalls near the proposed Cracker Barrel. No additional parking is being proposed as part of this application. 73.380 (1) Off-street parking lot design shall comply with the dimensional standards set forth in Figure 73-1 of this section. Applicant’s Response: All existing standard parking stalls associated with this development are dimensioned at 9’ wide by 19’ long to meet the dimensional standards set forth in Figure 73-1. (2) Parking stalls for sub-compact vehicles shall not exceed 35 percent of the total parking stalls required by Section 73.370(2). Stalls in excess of the number required by TDC 73.370(2) can be sub-compact stalls. Applicant’s Response: All existing compact parking stalls associated with this development are dimensioned at 7.7’ wide by 16’ long to meet the compact parking dimensional standards. (3) Off-street parking stalls shall not exceed eight continuous spaces in a row without a landscape separation. Applicant’s Response: As shown on the attached Site Plan (Sheet C2.0), no section of parking stalls exceed eight continuous stalls in a row without a landscape separation.

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(4) Parking lot drive aisles shall be constructed of asphalt or concrete, including pervious concrete. Parking stalls shall be constructed of asphalt or concrete, or a pervious surface such as pavers or grasscrete, but not gravel or woody material. Drive aisles and parking stalls shall be maintained adequately for all-weather use and drained to avoid water flow across sidewalks. Applicant’s Response: All parking lot drive aisles are constructed of asphalt. (6) Artificial lighting, which may be provided, shall be deflected to not shine or create glare in a residential planning district, an adjacent dwelling, street right-of-way in such a manner as to impair the use of such way or a Natural Resource Protection Overlay District, Other Natural Areas identified in Figure 3-4 of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, or a Clean Water Services Vegetated Corridor. Applicant’s Response: All existing and proposed lighting will deflect to the interior of the site to limit shine or glare into adjacent properties and street right-of-ways. No residential uses are located adjacent to the subject site. However the applicant has submitted cut sheets for four styles of full-cut off or fully-shielded light fixtures. 73.380(7) Groups of more than 4 parking spaces shall be so located and served by driveways that their use will require no backing movements or other maneuvering within a street right-of-way other than an alley. The existing parking meets the requirement. (8) Service drives to off-street parking areas shall be designed and constructed to facilitate the flow of traffic, provide maximum safety of traffic access and egress, and maximum safety for pedestrians and vehicular traffic on the site. Applicant’s Response: All parking areas associated with this development will be served by an existing drive aisle located on the west side of the building and parking areas. This drive aisle was constructed as a part of the Nyberg Rivers commercial center. (9) Parking bumpers or wheel stops or curbing shall be provided to prevent cars from encroaching on the street right-of-way, adjacent landscaped areas, or adjacent pedestrian walkways. Applicant’s Response: All parking adjacent to landscaped areas and pedestrian walkways feature curbs to prevent cars from encroaching into the landscaping and pedestrian pathways. (10) Disability parking spaces and accessibility shall be provided in accordance with applicable federal and state requirements. Four ADA compliant parking spaces are provided at the south side of the building as shown on the Site Plan (Sheet C2.0). (11) On-site drive aisles without parking spaces, which provide access to parking areas with regular spaces or with a mix of regular and sub-compact spaces, shall have a

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minimum width of 22 feet for two-way traffic and 12 feet for one-way traffic. On-site drive aisles without parking spaces, which provide access to parking areas with only sub-compact spaces, shall have a minimum width of 20 feet for two-way traffic and 12 feet for oneway traffic. Applicant’s Response: The on-site drive aisle located west of the building and parking area does not have associated parking spaces and is 30 ft wide to meet the minimum requirement. N. Loading Berths: 73.390 (1) The minimum number of off-street loading berths for commercial, industrial, public and semi-public uses is as follows: Square Feet of Floor Area 5,000 - 25,000

Number of Berths 1

Applicant’s Response: The proposed floor area of the commercial building is 10,112 sq ft. Therefore, one (1) loading berth is required. The loading berth is located on the north side of the building as shown on Sheet C2.0. (2) Loading berths shall conform to the following minimum size specifications: (b) Commercial uses - 12’ x 25’ (c) Berths shall have an unobstructed height of 14’ (d) Loading berths shall not use the public right-of-way as part of the required off-street loading area. Applicant’s Response: The dimensions of the loading berth are 16 ft wide by 75 ft long, thereby meeting the minimum size specification of 12 ft by 25 ft for commercial uses. Staff notes the requirement has been met. (3) Required loading areas shall be screened from public view from public streets and adjacent properties by means of sight-obscuring landscaping, walls or other means, as approved through the Architectural Review process. Applicant’s Response: The loading area is screened from public view by sight-obscuring landscaping as shown on Sheet L1.0. Landscape trees along the northeast corner of the site screen the loading area from views from the I-5 public right-of-way. The development area is part of tax lot 3100, and the loading berth is not visible from properties adjacent to tax lot 3100. Staff notes that the loading area will be visible from LA Fitness and Cabela’s. Additionally, the proposed landscape screening on the northeast corner consists of Tall Oregon Grape Holly and provides some screening from the I-5 corridor. There is an existing landscaped parking island adjacent to the proposed loading berth area. A green screen is proposed on the north side of the building, west of the loading area. The applicant has been conditioned to provide an additional green screen on this elevation in 73.310(1). Condition of Approval: Applicant shall revise landscape plan to provide an additional green screen on the north elevation [and provide approved groundcover and shrubs in strip along east elevation]. Applicant shall install landscaping according to revised plans.

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O. Access: 73.400 (1) The provision and maintenance of vehicular and pedestrian ingress and egress from private property to the public streets as stipulated in this Code are continuing requirements for the use of any structure or parcel of real property in the City of Tualatin. Access management and spacing standards are provided in this section of the TDC and TDC Chapter 75. No building or other permit shall be issued until scale plans are presented that show how the ingress and egress requirement is to be fulfilled. If the owner or occupant of a lot or building changes the use to which the lot or building is put, thereby increasing ingress and egress requirements, it shall be unlawful and a violation of this code to begin or maintain such altered use until the required increase in ingress and egress is provided. Applicant’s Response: Ingress and egress from private property to the public streets were addressed and designed as a part of the Nyberg Rivers commercial center. This proposed development connects to the existing internal drive aisles that then connect to the ingress/egress at SW Nyberg Street, a public street. Staff notes that the existing drive aisles were reviewed and approved through AR 13-07. The 30 ft wide drive aisle is shared with Red Robin to the south and LA Fitness to the north. Delivery trucks also use this drive aisle to navigate to loading areas within the commercial center. (16) Vision Clearance Area. (c) Vertical Height Restriction - Except for items associated with utilities or publicly owned structures such as poles and signs and existing street trees, no vehicular parking, hedge, planting, fence, wall structure, or temporary or permanent physical obstruction shall be permitted between 30 inches and 8 feet above the established height of the curb in the clear vision area (see Figure 73-2 for illustration). Staff has included a note on this decision that site landscaping and street trees shall be maintained to meet the vision clearance requirements of 73.400(16). P. Signs: Except code required signs for street number, disabled parking and car/vanpool, no signs are proposed by this application and none are approved. The applicant shall submit separate sign permit applications for any future signage. Q. Time Limit on Approval: 73.056 Architectural Review approvals shall expire after two years unless: (1) A building, or grading permit submitted in conjunction with a building permit application, has been issued and substantial construction pursuant thereto has taken place and an inspection performed by a member of the Building Division; or (2) The Architectural Review (AR) applicant requests in writing an extension and the City approves it. If the Community Development Director and City Engineer or their designees approved the AR. then the Community Development Director and City Engineer shall decide upon the extension request. If the Architectural Review Board (ARB) approved the AR. then the ARB shall decide upon the extension request. The

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applicant shall provide notice of extension request to past recipients of the AR notice of application and post a sign pursuant to TDC 31.064. Before approving an extension, the deciding party shall find the request meets these criteria: (a) The applicant submitted a written extension request prior to the original expiration date. (b) There have been no significant changes in any conditions, ordinances, regulations or other standards of the City or applicable agencies that affect the previously approved project so as to warrant its resubmittal for AR. (c) If the previously approved application included a special study, the applicant provided with the extension a status report that shows no significant changes on the site or within the vicinity of the site. A letter from a recognized professional also would satisfy this criterion if it states that conditions have not changed after the original approval and that no new study is warranted. (d) If the AR applicant neglected site maintenance and allowed the site to become blighted, the deciding party shall factor this into its decision. (e) The deciding party shall grant no more than a single one-year extension for an AR approval. (f) If the Community Development Director and City Engineer or their designees are the deciding party, then they shall decide within thirty (30) days of receipt of the request. If the ARB is the deciding party. then the ARB shall decide within sixty (60) days of receipt of the request. If the deciding party fails to decide within the applicable time period, the decision shall default to approval.

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IV.

APPEAL

The Architectural Review portion of this decision will be final after 14 calendar days on April 7, 2016 unless a written appeal is received by the Community Development Department – Planning Division at 18880 Martinazzi Avenue, Tualatin, Oregon 97062 before 5:00 p.m., April 6, 2016. The appeal must be submitted on the City appeal form with all the information requested provided thereon and signed by the appellant. The plans and appeal forms are available at the Tualatin Library and at the Community Development Department – Planning Division offices. Appeals of a staff Architectural Features decision are reviewed by the Architectural Review Board (ARB). Submitted by:

Erin Engman Temporary Assistant Planner Issued by:

Aquilla Hurd-Ravich Planning Manager Attachments: 101. Site Plans and Elevations 102. Additional Application Materials 103. Agency Comments: CWS, TVF&R file:

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DOWL ATTN: BEN WILLIAMS, PE RYAN HALVORSON, PE 720 SW WASHINGTON STREET, SUITE 750 PORTLAND, OR 97205 PHONE: (971) 280-8641 FAX: (800) 865-9847

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THE UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SHOWN HAVE BEEN LOCATED FROM FIELD SURVEY INFORMATION AND EXISTING DRAWINGS. THE SURVEYOR MAKES NO GUARANTEES THAT THE UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SHOWN COMPRISE ALL SUCH UTILITIES IN THE AREA, EITHER IN SERVICE OR ABANDONED. THE SURVEYOR FURTHER DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SHOWN ARE IN THE EXACT LOCATION INDICATED, ALTHOUGH WE CERTIFY THAT THEY ARE LOCATED AS ACCURATELY AS POSSIBLE FROM INFORMATION AVAILABLE. DUE TO THE HAZARDOUS NATURE AND APPLICABLE OSHA REQUIREMENTS REGARDING CONFINED SPACES, IT IS CARDNO POLICY TO NOT SEND FIELD STAFF INTO UTILITY MANHOLES TO RETRIEVE DEPTH AND SIZE INFORMATION. INFORMATION SHOWN HEREON IS SUBJECT TO AN UNCERTAINTY IN ACCURACY DEPENDING ON DEPTH, SIZE, FLOW, AND CONSTRUCTION OF MANHOLES. THE SURVEYOR HAS NOT PHYSICALLY LOCATED THE UNDERGROUND UTILITY LINES.

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LOCATED WEST OF I-5 AND NORTH OF NYBERG STREET. LOCATED IN NE QUARTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, RANGE 1 WEST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, CITY OF TUALATIN, WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON.

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IT SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY ALL UTILITY LOCATIONS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND ARRANGE FOR THE RELOCATION OF ANY IN CONFLICT WITH THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION. THE LOCATIONS, DEPTH, AND DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING UTILITIES SHOWN WERE COMPILED FROM AVAILABLE RECORDS AND/OR SURVEYS. THE ENGINEER OR UTILITY COMPANIES DO NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY OR THE COMPLETENESS OF SUCH RECORDS. ADDITIONAL UTILITIES MAY EXIST WITHIN THE WORK AREA. OREGON LAW REQUIRES THAT THE RULES ADOPTED BY OREGON UTILITY NOTIFICATION CENTER BE FOLLOWED. THOSE RULES ARE SET FORTH IN OAR 952-001-0090. YOU MAY OBTAIN COPIES OF THE RULES BY CALLING THE CENTER OR ACCESSING VIA INTERNET AT WWW.STATE.OR.US/GOVERNME.HTM CALL BEFORE YOU DIG - PORTLAND METRO AREA 503-246-6699.

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THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE PROVISIONS TO KEEP ALL EXISTING UTILITIES IN SERVICE AND PROTECT THEM DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL IMMEDIATELY REPAIR OR REPLACE ANY DAMAGED UTILITIES USING MATERIALS AND METHODS APPROVED BY THE UTILITY OWNER. NO SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS SHALL BE PERMITTED WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN AGREEMENT WITH THE UTILITY PROVIDER.

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ALL WATERLINE CROSSINGS SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH OAR CHAPTER 333. THE CITY MAY REQUIRE MORE STRINGENT STANDARDS. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY PROJECT ENGINEER AND CITY OF TUALATIN ENGINEERING STAFF 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF STARTING CONSTRUCTION AND 24 HOURS BEFORE RESUMING WORK AFTER SHUTDOWNS, EXCEPT FOR NORMAL RESUMPTION OF WORK FOLLOWING A SATURDAY, SUNDAY, OR HOLIDAY.

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CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF TREES, STUMPS, BRUSH, ROOTS, TOPSOIL, AND OTHER MATERIAL IN THE ROADWAY AND WHERE INDICATED ON THE PLANS. MATERIAL SHALL BE DISPOSED OF IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO MEET ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS.

ALL STORM SEWER CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIALS SHALL CONFORM TO THESE PLANS AND THE APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE, AND THE APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE CITY OF TUALATIN.

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LONG TERM SLOPE STABILIZATION MEASURES SHALL INCLUDE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PERMANENT VEGETATIVE COVER VIA SEEDING WITH APPROVED MIX AND APPLICATION RATE.

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STOCKPILED SOIL OR STRIPPINGS SHALL BE PLACED IN A STABLE LOCATION AND CONFIGURATION. DURING "WET WEATHER" PERIODS, STOCKPILES SHALL BE COVERED WITH PLASTIC SHEETING OR STRAW MULCH. SEDIMENT FENCE IS REQUIRED AROUND THE PERIMETER OF THE STOCKPILE.

NO DRAINAGE PIPING OR PART THEREOF, WHICH IS CONSTRUCTED OF MATERIALS OTHER THAN THOSE APPROVED FOR USE UNDER OR WITHIN A BUILDING, SHALL BE INSTALLED UNDER OR WITHIN FIVE (5) FEET OF ANY BUILDING OR STRUCTURE, OR PART THEREOF, NO LESS THAN ONE (1) FOOT BELOW THE SURFACE OF THE GROUND. (EXCEPT IN AREAS WHERE DIP IS SPECIFIED). THIS INCLUDES STRUCTURES SUCH AS PORCHES AND STEPS, WHETHER COVERED OR UNCOVERED, BREEZEWAYS, ROOFED PORTE-COACHERES, ROOFED PATIOS, CARPORTS, COVERED WALKS, COVERED DRIVEWAYS, AND SIMILAR STRUCTURES OR APPURTENANCES.

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EXPOSED CUT OR FILL AREAS SHALL BE STABILIZED THROUGH THE USE OF TEMPORARY SEEDING AND MULCHING, EROSION CONTROL BLANKETS OR MATS, MID-SLOPE SEDIMENT FENCES OR WATTLES, OR OTHER APPROPRIATE MEASURES. SLOPES EXCEEDING 25% MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES.

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LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES ARE BASED ON AVAILABLE INFORMATION. IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO FIELD VERIFY DEPTH AND LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND INFORM THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES IN THE PLANS. CALL FOR LOCATES AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.

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CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCES SHALL BE INSTALLED AT THE BEGINNING OF CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTAINED FOR THE DURATION OF THE PROJECT. ADDITIONAL MEASURES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, TIRE WASHES, STREET SWEEPING, AND VACUUMING MAY BE BE REQUIRED TO INSURE THAT ALL PAVED AREAS ARE KEPT CLEAN FOR THE DURATION OF THE PROJECT.

THE CONTRACTOR SHALL AT ALL TIMES ABIDE BY APPLICABLE SAFETY RULES OF O.S.H.A. AND IN PARTICULAR THOSE PERTAINING TO ADEQUATE SHORING AND TRENCH PROTECTION OF WORKMEN.

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ACTIVE INLETS TO STORM WATER SYSTEMS SHALL BE PROTECTED THROUGH THE USE OF APPROVED INLET PROTECTION MEASURES. ALL INLET PROTECTION MEASURES ARE TO BE REGULARLY INSPECTED AND MAINTAINED AS NEEDED.

RIM ELEVATIONS OF MANHOLES AND CLEANOUTS WITHIN PAVEMENT ARE APPROXIMATE, FINAL FINISHED RIM ELEVATIONS SHALL MATCH FINISHED PAVEMENT GRADES.

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AN AREA SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR THE WASHING OUT OF CONCRETE TRUCKS IN A LOCATION THAT DOES NOT PROVIDE RUN-OFF THAT CAN ENTER THE STORM WATER SYSTEM. IF THE CONCRETE WASH-OUT AREA CAN NOT BE CONSTRUCTED GREATER THAN 50' FROM ANY DISCHARGE POINT, SECONDARY MEASURES SUCH AS BERMS OR TEMPORARY SETTLING PITS MAY BE REQUIRED. THE WASH-OUT SHALL BE LOCATED WITHIN SIX FEET OF TRUCK ACCESS AND BE CLEANED WHEN IT REACHES 50% OF THE CAPACITY.

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CONTROL DEVICES", PART VI, CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE, AS ADOPTED AND MODIFIED BY ODOT. SHOULD WORK BE IN AN EXISTING PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY THAT ARE OPEN TO TRAFFIC, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT A TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN TO THE APPROPRIATE CITY, COUNTY, STATE, AND PORT PERSONNEL FOR APPROVAL. APPROVALS SHALL BE OBTAINED PRIOR TO START OF WORK. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM ALL WORK NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT IN ACCORDANCE

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THERE SHALL BE NO ALTERATION OR VARIANCE FROM THE APPROVED PLANS. THE MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PLAN REVISIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS; PLAN REVISIONS SHALL BE SUBMITTED ON AN 8 1/2" X 11" SHEET (MINIMUM), PLAN REVISION SHALL BE WET STAMPED AND SIGNED BY PROJECT ENGINEER, ANY REQUIRED ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS, OR OTHER AGENCY APPROVALS, SHALL BE INCLUDED WITH THE SUBMITTAL REVISION. UPON APPROVAL OF THE SUBMITTED REVISIONS, THE CITY ENGINEER SHALL AFFIX AN APPROVED STAMP TO THE REVISED PLAN SKETCH AND THE PLAN SHALL BE RETURNED TO THE PROJECT ENGINEER. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PROJECT ENGINEER TO DISTRIBUTE THE APPROVED PLAN REVISION TO ALL PARTIES TO WHOM THE ORIGINAL APPROVED PLANS WERE ISSUED. ALL APPROVED REVISION SHALL BE AFFIXED TO THE CONSTRUCTION FIELD PRINTS (ALSO KNOWN AS THE CONTRACTOR'S "REDLINE DRAWINGS").

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CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE EFFECTIVE EROSION PROTECTION TO INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMIT TO, GRADING, DITCHING, HAY BALES, SILT FENCING, AND SEDIMENT BARRIERS TO MINIMIZE EROSION AND IMPACT TO ADJACENT PROPERTY. SEE EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES AND PLAN.

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OPEN TRENCHES SHALL BE STRICTLY LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF 100 LINEAR FEET WITHIN STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY UNLESS LIMITED TO A LESSER AMOUNT BY PERMIT. NO TRENCHES WILL BE ALLOWED TO REMAIN OPEN OVERNIGHT.

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CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN AND COORDINATE ACCESS TO ALL AFFECTED PROPERTIES.

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ANY PAVEMENT DISTORTION CAUSED BY THE CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS SHALL BE TEMPORARILY REPAIRED SAME DAY OF OCCURRENCE (OR IN A TIME PERIOD AGREED TO WITH THE CITY INSPECTOR), USING COLD OR HOT AC MIX. OWNER/CONTRACTOR SHALL BE REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN REPAIRED AREAS UNTIL CITY FINAL ACCEPTANCE IS GRANTED.

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ALL WATER LINES AND APPURTENANCES SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CITY OF TUALATIN STANDARD CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS & DRAWINGS AND THE UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE.

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MECHANICAL JOINT FITTINGS SHALL CONFORM TO AWWA C110 AND SHALL BE OF A CLASS AT LEAST EQUAL TO THAT OF THE ADJACENT PIPE.

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CONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM ALL NECESSARY PRESSURE AND LEAKAGE TESTS ON ALL WATER LINES PER CITY OF TUALATIN STANDARDS.

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ALL FITTINGS SHALL BE MECHANICALLY RESTRAINED PER CITY OF TUALATIN STANDARDS.

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PRIOR TO BEING PLACED IN SERVICE, THE WATER LINES AND SERVICES SHALL BE FLUSHED, STERILIZED, AND TESTED, ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH CITY OF TUALATIN STANDARDS AND THE UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE BY THE CONTRACTOR.

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TUALATIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT SHALL BE NOTIFIED AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ANY WATER LINE CONSTRUCTION.

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CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN A MINIMUM OF 30" COVER OVER THE WATER LINE.

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LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES ARE BASED ON AVAILABLE INFORMATION. IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO FIELD VERIFY DEPTH AND LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND INFORM THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES IN THE PLANS. CALL FOR LOCATES AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.

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ENGINEER SHALL NOT, IN ANY WAY, RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR FROM ANY OBLIGATION TO PERFORM THE WORK IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE CODES, REGULATIONS, CITY STANDARDS AND PROJECT CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.

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PROJECT PLANS SHALL ALWAYS HAVE AN ENGINEER OF RECORD PERFORMING THE FUNCTION OF PROJECT ENGINEER. IF THE PROJECT ENGINEER IS CHANGED DURING THE COURSE OF THE WORK, THE CITY SHALL BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING AND THE WORK SHALL BE STOPPED UNTIL REPLACEMENT ENGINEER HAS AGREED TO ACCEPT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PROJECT ENGINEER. THE NEW PROJECT ENGINEER SHALL PROVIDE WRITTEN NOTICE OF ACCEPTING PROJECT RESPONSIBILITY TO THE CITY WITHIN 72 HOURS OF ACCEPTING THE POSITION AS PROJECT ENGINEER. 21. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE TO REPLACE ANY SURVEY MONUMENTS THAT ARE DISTURBED DUE TO CONSTRUCTION. EXCAVATORS MUST COMPLY WITH THE PROVISIONS OF ORA 757.541 THRU 757.571.

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INLET AND OUTLET CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE BY THE USE OF A FLEXIBLE COMPRESSION JOINT NO CLOSER THAN 12" AND NO FARTHER THAN 36" FROM THE MANHOLE. NO FLEXIBLE COMPRESSION JOINT SHALL BE EMBEDDED IN THE MANHOLE BASE. MANHOLES SHALL HAVE A SMOOTH, UNIFORM WATERWAY WITH CHANGES OF DIRECTION MADE WITH THE APPROPRIATE SWEEP OFFSET AS PER THE OREGON PLUMBING SPECIALTY CODE. OPEN-GRATE LIDS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON ANY MANHOLE.

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SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CITY OF TUALATIN, PORT OF PORTLAND, ODOT AND THE UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE. ALL SANITARY SEWER SERVICE LATERALS SHALL BE 4" PVC PIPE CONFORMING TO ASTM SPECIFICATION D3034 (SDR-35), UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.

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LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES ARE BASED ON AVAILABLE INFORMATION. IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO FIELD VERIFY DEPTH AND LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND INFORM THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES IN THE PLANS. CALL FOR LOCATES AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.

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FINISHED RIM ELEVATIONS OF CLEANOUTS WITHIN PAVEMENT ARE APPROXIMATE, FINAL FINISHED RIM ELEVATIONS SHALL MATCH FINISHED PAVEMENT GRADES.

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PIPE BEDDING AND BACKFILL SHALL CONFORM TO UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE AND CITY OF TUALATIN STANDARDS.

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SANITARY SEWER CLEANOUT CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONFORM TO UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE AND CITY OF TUALATIN STANDARDS.

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A MINIMUM OF TWO FEET (2') HORIZONTAL SEPARATION IS REQUIRED BETWEEN WATERLINES AND SANITARY AND STORM MANHOLES. ALL CONSTRUCTION MUST MEET DEQ AND STATE WATER RESOURCES BOARD REQUIREMENTS FOR SEPARATION.

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ALL TRENCHES PARALLEL TO THE BUILDING SHALL BE KEPT OUT OF THE ANGLE OF REPOSE FOR THE BUILDING FOOTING.

WATERLINE SHALL MAINTAIN A MINIMUM OF 18" VERTICAL CLEARANCE FROM SEWER LINE AT ALL TIMES.

THE START OF WORK. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE ALL NECESSARY FIELD MEASUREMENTS AND OTHERWISE VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND EXISTING CONSTRUCTION CONDITIONS INDICATED AND/OR SHOWN ON THE PLANS. SHOULD ANY ERROR OR INCONSISTENCY EXIST, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT PROCEED WITH THE WORK AFFECTED UNTIL REPORTED TO THE PROJECT ENGINEER FOR CLARIFICATION OR CORRECTION. ANY INSPECTION BY THE CITY, COUNTY, STATE, FEDERAL AGENCY, PORT OF PORTLAND, OR PROJECT

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LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES ARE BASED ON AVAILABLE INFORMATION. IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO FIELD VERIFY DEPTH AND LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND INFORM THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES IN THE PLANS. CALL FOR LOCATES AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.

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LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES ARE BASED UPON AVAILABLE INFORMATION. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO FIELD VERIFY DEPTH AND LOCATION OF EXISTING UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND INFORM THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES IN THE PLANS. CALL FOR LOCATES AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF GRADING (1-800-332-2344).

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THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE TO REPLACE ANY SURVEY MONUMENTS THAT ARE DISTURBED DUE TO CONSTRUCTION.

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ALL CONDUIT MUST BE INSPECTED BY THE RESPECTIVE UTILITY COMPANY PRIOR TO BACKFILL.

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THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE CITY INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 24 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONCEALED CONSTRUCTION WITHOUT THE REQUIRED EXPOSURE SHALL BE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION AT THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE.

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SIGNIFICANT VARIATION AND DEGREE OF EROSION CONTROL EFFORT WILL BE DICTATED BY WEATHER CONDITIONS. THE DEVELOPER AND CONTRACTOR SHOULD BE PREPARED TO PROVIDE EXTRA EROSION CONTROL PROVISIONS AND EFFORT DURING WINTER AND WET WEATHER CONDITIONS BEYOND WHAT IS REQUIRED DURING SUMMER AND DRY WEATHER CONDITIONS. FINE GRAINED AND UNCONSOLIDATED SOILS ON GRADED SLOPES MAY BECOME UNSTABLE WHEN SUBJECT TO EXCESSIVE MOISTURE.

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Jaquemontii Birch

Betula Jaquemontii

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Columnar Hornbeam

Carpinus Betula 'Fastigiata'

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no

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Columnar Hornbeam

Carpinus Betula 'Fastigiata'

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no

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Patmore Green Ash

Fraxinus Pennsylvanica 'Patmore'

2

new

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no

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Fraxinus Pennsylvanica 'Patmore'

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no

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Patmore Green Ash Jaquemontii Birch

Betula Jaquemontii

2

new

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no

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Jaquemontii Birch

Betula Jaquemontii

2

new

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no

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Alnus Rubra

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Alnus Rubra

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no

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new

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no

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Jaquemontii Birch

Betula Jaquemontii

2

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no

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Acer Griseum

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Paperback Maple

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Installed as part of Nyberg Rivers Onsite Project

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no

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Patmore Green Ash Vine Maple

Acer Griseum Fraxinus Pennsylvanica 'Patmore'

new

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no

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Patmore Green Ash

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Acer Cercinatum Fraxinus Pennsylvanica 'Patmore'

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new

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no

Fraxinus Pennsylvanica 'Patmore'

2

new

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no

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Patmore Green Ash Jaquemontii Birch

Betula Jaquemontii

2

new

Installed as part of Nyberg Rivers Onsite Project

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no

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Jaquemontii Birch

Betula Jaquemontii

2

new

Installed as part of Nyberg Rivers Onsite Project

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no

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Jaquemontii Birch

Betula Jaquemontii

2

new

Installed as part of Nyberg Rivers Onsite Project

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no

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Columnar Hornbeam

Carpinus Betula 'Fastigiata'

2

new

Installed as part of Nyberg Rivers Onsite Project

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no

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Patmore Green Ash

Fraxinus Pennsylvanica 'Patmore'

2

new

Installed as part of Nyberg Rivers Onsite Project

yes

no

14038

Columnar Hornbeam

Carpinus Betula 'Fastigiata'

2

new

Installed as part of Nyberg Rivers Onsite Project

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no

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Patmore Green Ash

Fraxinus Pennsylvanica 'Patmore'

2

new

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no

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ALL ADDITIONAL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES SHALL BE IMPLEMENTED FOR ANTICIPATED SITE CONDITIONS. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD. ALL FACILITIES TO BE UPGRADES AS NEEDED FOR STORM EVENTS. ALL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL FACILITIES WILL BE CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO ANY CLEARING AND GRADING ACTIVITIES.

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** SECTION TO BE DETERMINED BY GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER

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EXTERIOR MATERIALS LEGEND

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TUALATIN, OREGON

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EXTERIOR MATERIALS LEGEND

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This memo is provided as a general overview of the proposed Cracker Barrel to be located at the Nyberg Rivers commercial center. The proposed restaurant will be located just north of the proposed Red Robin and south of the L.A. Fitness currently in construction . Please accept this memo and the attached pre-application meeting request application, existing conditions plan, preliminary site plan, and preliminary building elevations as items for your review and comment at the time of the pre-application conference. Based on preliminary design, the proposed Cracker Barrel is 8,717 SF, with associated site improvements to include pedestrian sidewalks, landscaping, off-street parking spaces, and a trash enclosure located at the northeast corner of the site adjacent to the building. The primary building entrance is located to the south of the building, while there are secondary accesses on the north and west side of the building. The site is within the Community Commercial (CC) planning district. The applicant is well aware of the development standards defined under City of Tualatin Development Code, but would request any feedback on the proposed site layout and building elevations at the pre-application m~~. • Specific questions to be discussed with the City include but are not limited to: 1. 2.

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Please confirm the Architectural Review approvals and submittal requirements including fees. Please confirm the attached preliminary site plan meets the requirements as established by the City development code, Nyberg Rivers Master Plan, and Nyberg Rivers ARB . Or provide comments on what would be required to reach staff support. Please confirm the attached elevations meet the requirements as established by the City development code, Nyberg Rivers Master Plan and Nyberg Rivers ARB. Or provide comments on what would be required to reach staff support. For an AR application would the City require a lighting plan or photometric plan? Based on the approved lighting plan for Nyberg Rivers, the applicant may need to shift the location of one light pole that is in the northwest corner of the site within a parking lot landscape island. Please verify known utility constraints that could affect the project. Please confirm what will be required for any traffic related documentation for the AR Submittal. Please confirm any required SOC Fees for the proposed project. Please confirm all permits and requirements required for construction of this project.

Thank you Clare for this opportunity to discuss the proposed development. We look forward to working with you and the City on this project. Australia • Belgium • Indonesia • Kenya • New Zealand • Papua New Guinea United Arab Emirates • United Kingdom • United States • Operations in 60 Countries

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Dear Property Owner/Neighborhood Representative: You are cordially invited to attend a meeting on June 25, 2015 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m . at the Heritage Center located at 8700 SW Seek Drive in Tualatin. This meeting shall be held to discuss an architectural review application for a proposed Cracker Barrel restaurant located at Nyberg Rivers within the southeast portion of the site along the Nyberg Road frontage (Tax Lot ID 2S124A003100) in Tualatin . Please note that this will be an informational meeting on preliminary plans with the developer and representatives only and is not intended to take the place of a public hearing before the Planning Commission. You will have an opportunity to present testimony to these bodies when an application is submitted to the City for review. We look forward to meeting you at the June meeting and hearing your thoughts on the proposed project!

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From: Thatch Moyle (Portland) [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Tuesday, June 23, 2015 3:16 PM To: Lynette Sanford; Clare Fuchs Cc: '[email protected]'; [email protected]; '[email protected]'; '[email protected]cast.net'; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; '[email protected]; [email protected] -'ubject: Nyberg Rivers Cracker Barrel-- neighborhood meeting this Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 at Heritage Center Hello! We are hosting a neighborhood meeting for the proposed Cracker Barrel at Nyberg Rivers this Thursday, June 25th from 5:30 to 6:30 PM at the Heritage Center. See attached mailer as well as updated elevations that will be presented at the meeting. Please do not hesitate to call or email with any questions or concerns. Thank you and hope you can make it on Thursday.

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June 25, 2015 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

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Heritage Center 8700 SW Seek Drive Tualatin, OR 97062

Prepared by: Thatch Moyle Senior Planner, Cardno

This neighborhood meeting for Cracker Barrel at Nyberg Rivers was attended by sever a I neighbors and a Sen i or City Planner for the City of Tualatin, Clare Fuchs. Representing the applicant was Thatch Moyle, Senior Planner with Cardno. Some of the attendees were concerned with existing traffic/parking issues at Nyberg Rivers. Clare Fuchs addressed the concerns about on-site parking issues, including steps the City is taking to resolve parking concerns. Nearly all attendees approved of the building elevations and the porch location relative to the fire pit. Several attendees were 'big fans' of Cracker Barrel and have been waiting for the arrival of Cracker Barrel to the Portland metro area.

There were a few specific comments and questions from the attendees, as indicated on the attached Comment Forms and summarized below: 1) Christine Tunstall expressed a desire to include native plants in the planting plan , and that the paint color appeared to be too dark. 2) Mary Lyn Westenhaver indicated that parking was already an issue and that additional retail/restaurants would increase the demand. She indicated that she already had trouble finding parking on weekends. 3) Lindy Hughes expressed her appreciation for the color (brown), but that it should be lightened. 4) Steve Heino expressed his appreciation for the Cracker Barrel restaurant brand and also the proposed appearance of the exterior.

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February 11, 2016 Clare Fuchs City of Tualatin 18880 SW Martinazzi Road Tualatin, OR 97062 Re: AR-15-0025 Tax Lot I.D: 2S1 24AD 3100 Dear Clare, Thank you for the opportunity to review the proposed site plan surrounding the above named development project. Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue endorses this proposal predicated on the following criteria and conditions of approval:

FIRE APPARATUS ACCESS: 1. FIRE APPARATUS ACCESS ROAD DISTANCE FROM BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES: Access roads shall be within 150 feet of all portions of the exterior wall of the first story of the building as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the building or facility. An approved turnaround is required if the remaining distance to an approved intersecting roadway, as measured along the fire apparatus access road, is greater than 150 feet. (OFC 503.1.1)) 2. DEAD END ROADS AND TURNAROUNDS: Dead end fire apparatus access roads in excess of 150 feet in length shall be provided with an approved turnaround. Diagrams of approved turnarounds are shown below: (OFC 503.2.5 & D103.1) 3. FIRE APPARATUS ACCESS ROAD EXCEPTION FOR AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER PROTECTION: When

buildings are completely protected with an approved automatic fire sprinkler system, the requirements for fire apparatus access may be modified as approved by the fire code official. (OFC 503.1.1) Note: If residential fire sprinklers are elected as an alternate means of protection and the system will be supported by a municipal water supply, please contact the local water purveyor for information surrounding water meter sizing. 4. ADDITIONAL ACCESS ROADS – COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL HEIGHT: Buildings exceeding 30 feet in height or three stories in height shall have at least two separate means of fire apparatus access. (D104.1) 5. ADDITIONAL ACCESS ROADS – COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: Buildings or facilities having a gross building area of more than 62,000 square feet shall have at least two approved separate means of fire apparatus access. Exception: Projects having a gross building area of up to 124,000 square feet that have a single approved fire apparatus access road when all buildings are equipped throughout with approved automatic sprinkler systems. (OFC D104.2)

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6. AERIAL FIRE APPARATUS ROADS: Buildings with a vertical distance between the grade plane and the highest roof surface that exceeds 30 feet in height shall be provided with a fire apparatus access road constructed for use by aerial apparatus with an unobstructed driving surface width of not less than 26 feet. For the purposes of this section, the highest roof surface shall be determined by measurement to the eave of a pitched roof, the intersection of the roof to the exterior wall, or the top of the parapet walls, whichever is greater. Any portion of the building may be used for this measurement, provided that it is accessible to firefighters and is capable of supporting ground ladder placement. (OFC D105.1, D105.2) 7. AERIAL APPARATUS OPERATIONS: At least one of the required aerial access routes shall be located within a minimum of 15 feet and a maximum of 30 feet from the building, and shall be positioned parallel to one entire side of the building. The side of the building on which the aerial access road is positioned shall be approved by the fire code official. Overhead utility and power lines shall not be located over the aerial access road or between the aerial access road and the building. (D105.3, D105.4) 8. FIRE APPARATUS ACCESS ROAD WIDTH AND VERTICAL CLEARANCE: Fire apparatus access roads shall have an unobstructed driving surface width of not less than 20 feet (26 feet adjacent to fire hydrants (OFC D103.1)) and an unobstructed vertical clearance of not less than 13 feet 6 inches. The fire district will approve access roads of 12 feet for up to three dwelling units and accessory buildings. (OFC 503.2.1 & D103.1) 9. NO PARKING SIGNS: Where fire apparatus roadways are not of sufficient width to accommodate parked vehicles and 20 feet of unobstructed driving surface, “No Parking” signs shall be installed on one or both sides of the roadway and in turnarounds as needed. Signs shall read “NO PARKING - FIRE LANE” and shall be installed with a clear space above grade level of 7 feet. Signs shall be 12 inches wide by 18 inches high and shall have red letters on a white reflective background. (OFC D103.6) 10. NO PARKING: Parking on emergency access roads shall be as follows (OFC D103.6.1-2): 1. 20-26 feet road width – no parking on either side of roadway 2. 26-32 feet road width – parking is allowed on one side 3. Greater than 32 feet road width – parking is not restricted 11. PAINTED CURBS: Where required, fire apparatus access roadway curbs shall be painted red (or as approved) and marked “NO PARKING FIRE LANE” at 25 foot intervals. Lettering shall have a stroke of not less than one inch wide by six inches high. Lettering shall be white on red background (or as approved). (OFC 503.3) 12. FIRE APPARATUS ACCESS ROADS WITH FIRE HYDRANTS: Where a fire hydrant is located on a fire apparatus access road, the minimum road width shall be 26 feet and shall extend 20 feet before and after the point of the hydrant. (OFC D103.1) 13. SURFACE AND LOAD CAPACITIES: Fire apparatus access roads shall be of an all-weather surface that is easily distinguishable from the surrounding area and is capable of supporting not less than 12,500 pounds point load (wheel load) and 75,000 pounds live load (gross vehicle weight). Documentation from a registered engineer that the final construction is in accordance with approved plans or the requirements of the Fire Code may be requested. (OFC 503.2.3) 14. TURNING RADIUS: The inside turning radius and outside turning radius shall not be less than 28 feet and 48 feet respectively, measured from the same center point. (OFC 503.2.4 & D103.3) 15. ACCESS ROAD GRADE: Fire apparatus access roadway grades shall not exceed 12%. When fire sprinklers* are installed, a maximum grade of 15% will be allowed. 0-12% Allowed 13-15% Special consideration with submission of written Alternate Methods and Materials request. Ex: Automatic fire sprinkler (13-D) system* in lieu of grade. ≥16% Special consideration on a case by case basis with submission of written

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Alternate Methods and Materials request Ex: Automatic fire sprinkler (13-D) system* plus additional engineering controls in lieu of grade.** *The approval of fire sprinklers as an alternate shall be accomplished in accordance with the provisions of ORS 455.610(5) and OAR 918-480-0100 and installed per section 903.3.1.1, 903.3.1.2, or 903.3.1.3 of the Oregon Fire Code (OFC 503.2.7 & D103.2) ** See Forest Dwelling Access section for exceptions.

16. ANGLE OF APPROACH/GRADE FOR TURNAROUNDS: Turnarounds shall be as flat as possible and have a maximum of 5% grade with the exception of crowning for water run-off. (OFC 503.2.7 & D103.2) 17. ANGLE OF APPROACH/GRADE FOR INTERSECTIONS: Intersections shall be level (maximum 5%) with the exception of crowning for water run-off. (OFC 503.2.7 & D103.2) 18. AERIAL APPARATUS OPERATING GRADES: Portions of aerial apparatus roads that will be used for aerial operations shall be as flat as possible. Front to rear and side to side maximum slope shall not exceed 10%. 19. GATES: Gates securing fire apparatus roads shall comply with all of the following (OFC D103.5, and 503.6): 1. Minimum unobstructed width shall be not less than 20 feet (or the required roadway surface width). 2. Gates serving three or less single-family dwellings shall be a minimum of 12 feet in width. 3. Gates shall be set back at minimum of 30 feet from the intersecting roadway or as approved. 4. Electric gates shall be equipped with a means for operation by fire department personnel 5. Electric automatic gates shall comply with ASTM F 2200 and UL 325. 20. ACCESS DURING CONSTRUCTION: Approved fire apparatus access roadways shall be installed and operational prior to any combustible construction or storage of combustible materials on the site. Temporary address signage shall also be provided during construction. (OFC 3309 and 3310.1) 21. TRAFFIC CALMING DEVICES: Shall be prohibited on fire access routes unless approved by the Fire Code Official. (OFC 503.4.1).

FIREFIGHTING WATER SUPPLIES: 22. MUNICIPAL FIREFIGHTING WATER SUPPLY EXCEPTIONS: The requirements for firefighting water supplies may be modified as approved by the fire code official where any of the following apply: (OFC 507.5.1 Exceptions) 1. Buildings are equipped throughout with an approved automatic fire sprinkler system (the approval of this alternate method of construction shall be accomplished in accordance with the provisions of ORS 455.610(5)). 2. There are not more than three Group R-3 or Group U occupancies. 23. COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS – REQUIRED FIRE FLOW: The minimum fire flow and flow duration for buildings other than one- and two-family dwellings shall be determined in accordance with residual pressure (OFC Table B105.2). The required fire flow for a building shall not exceed the available GPM in the water delivery system at 20 psi. Note: OFC B106, Limiting Fire-Flow is also enforced, except for the following:  In areas where the water system is already developed, the maximum needed fire flow shall be either 3,000 GPM or the available flow in the system at 20 psi, whichever is greater.  In new developed areas, the maximum needed fire flow shall be 3,000 GPM at 20 psi.  Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue does not adopt Occupancy Hazards Modifiers in section B105.4-B105.4.1 24. FIRE FLOW WATER AVAILABILITY: Applicants shall provide documentation of a fire hydrant flow test or flow test modeling of water availability from the local water purveyor if the project includes a new structure or increase in the floor area of an existing structure. Tests shall be conducted from a fire hydrant within 400 feet for commercial projects, or 600 feet for residential development. Flow tests will be accepted if they were performed within 5 years as long as no adverse modifications have been made to the supply system. Water availability information may not be required to be submitted for every project. (OFC Appendix B) 25. WATER SUPPLY DURING CONSTRUCTION: Approved firefighting water supplies shall be installed and operational prior to any combustible construction or storage of combustible materials on the site. (OFC 3312.1)

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FIRE HYDRANTS: 26. FIRE HYDRANTS – COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: Where a portion of the building is more than 400 feet from a hydrant on a fire apparatus access road, as measured in an approved route around the exterior of the building, on-site fire hydrants and mains shall be provided. (OFC 507.5.1)  This distance may be increased to 600 feet for buildings equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system.  The number and distribution of fire hydrants required for commercial structure(s) is based on Table C105.1, following any fire-flow reductions allowed by section B105.3.1. Additional fire hydrants may be required due to spacing and/or section 507.5 of the Oregon Fire Code. 27. FIRE HYDRANTS – ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLINGS & ACCESSORY STRUCTURES: Where a portion of a structure is more than 600 feet from a hydrant on a fire apparatus access road, as measured in an approved route around the exterior of the structure(s), on-site fire hydrants and mains shall be provided. (OFC 507.5.1) 28. FIRE HYDRANT NUMBER AND DISTRIBUTION: The minimum number and distribution of fire hydrants available to a building shall not be less than that listed in Table C 105.1. (OFC Appendix C) 29. FIRE HYDRANT(S) PLACEMENT: (OFC C104)  Existing hydrants in the area may be used to meet the required number of hydrants as approved. Hydrants that are up to 600 feet away from the nearest point of a subject building that is protected with fire sprinklers may contribute to the required number of hydrants. (OFC 507.5.1)  Hydrants that are separated from the subject building by railroad tracks shall not contribute to the required number of hydrants unless approved by the fire code official.  Hydrants that are separated from the subject building by divided highways or freeways shall not contribute to the required number of hydrants. Heavily traveled collector streets may be considered when approved by the fire code official.  Hydrants that are accessible only by a bridge shall be acceptable to contribute to the required number of hydrants only if approved by the fire code official. 30. PRIVATE FIRE HYDRANT IDENTIFICATION: Private fire hydrants shall be painted red in color. Exception: Private fire hydrants within the City of Tualatin shall be yellow in color. (OFC 507) 31. FIRE HYDRANT DISTANCE FROM AN ACCESS ROAD: Fire hydrants shall be located not more than 15 feet from an approved fire apparatus access roadway unless approved by the fire code official. (OFC C102.1) 32. REFLECTIVE HYDRANT MARKERS: Fire hydrant locations shall be identified by the installation of blue reflective markers. They shall be located adjacent and to the side of the center line of the access roadway that the fire hydrant is located on. In the case that there is no center line, then assume a center line and place the reflectors accordingly. (OFC 507) 33. PHYSICAL PROTECTION: Where fire hydrants are subject to impact by a motor vehicle, guard posts, bollards or other approved means of protection shall be provided. (OFC 507.5.6 & OFC 312) 34. CLEAR SPACE AROUND FIRE HYDRANTS: A 3 foot clear space shall be provided around the circumference of fire hydrants. (OFC 507.5.5) 35. FIRE DEPARTMENT CONNECTION (FDC) LOCATIONS: FDCs shall be located within 100 feet of a fire hydrant (or as approved). Hydrants and FDC’s shall be located on the same side of the fire apparatus access roadway or drive aisle, fully visible, and recognizable from the street or nearest point of the fire department vehicle access or as otherwise approved. (OFC 912.2.1 & NFPA 13)  Fire department connections (FDCs) shall normally be located remotely and outside of the fall-line of the building when required. FDCs may be mounted on the building they serve, when approved.

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FDCs shall be plumbed on the system side of the check valve when sprinklers are served by underground lines also serving private fire hydrants.

BUILDING ACCESS AND FIRE SERVICE FEATURES 36. EMERGENCY RESPONDER RADIO COVERAGE: In new buildings where the design reduces the level of radio coverage for public safety communications systems below minimum performance levels, a distributed antenna system, signal booster, or other method approved by TVF&R and Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency shall be provided. (OSSC 915.1; OFC 510.1) a. Emergency responder radio system testing and/or system installation is required for this building. Please contact me (using my contact info below) for further information including an alternate means of compliance that is available. If the alternate method is preferred, it must be requested from TVF&R prior to issuance of building permit. 37. KNOX BOX: A Knox Box for building access may be required for structures and gates. See Appendix C for further information and detail on required installations. Order via www.tvfr.com or contact TVF&R for assistance and instructions regarding installation and placement. (OFC 506.1) 38. UTILITY IDENTIFICATION: Rooms containing controls to fire suppression and detection equipment shall be identified as “Fire Control Room.” Signage shall have letters with a minimum of 4 inches high with a minimum stroke width of 1/2 inch, and be plainly legible, and contrast with its background. (OFC 509.1) If you have questions or need further clarification, please feel free to contact me at (503) 649-8577. Sincerely,

Ty Darby Ty Darby Deputy Fire Marshal II

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