Substantial and Non-Substantial Modification Requests Under Review
The applicant is requesting to modify condition #51 items (2) and (3) to remove the word "preliminary development" and replace it with "construction" plan approval for greater than 300 Suburban/Central Neighborhood Exempt Units north of Tower Road prior to performance of either the construction of a supermarket of 50,000 square feet or the construction of a complete street, bicycle, and pedestrian network.
Starkey Ranch MPUD Non-substantial Modification Application December 05, 2014
The applicant is requesting the following modification to the MPUD to allow for the following:
- Modify Attachment C, Default Standards, Conventional Residential Lot Standards to allow for a minimum building Separation of 12' for Single-Family Detached Product Types;
- Modify Attachment C, Default Standards, Conventional Residential Lot Standards to allow for a 2' side yard setback for accessory structures where 12' Minimum Building Separation is utilized; and
- Modify Condition 58 to allow for accessory uses (air conditioner pads) to be located within the 10' side yard, where the 12' Minimum Building Separation is utilized.
January 23, 2015 Technical Resubmittal
- Modify Attachment C, Default Standards, Conventional Residential Lot Standards to allow for a minimum building Separation of 12' (3'/9' side yard setbacks) for Single-Family Detached Product Types;
- Modify Attachment C, Default Standards, Conventional Residential Lot Standards to allow for a 3'/9' side yard setback for accessory structures where 12' Minimum Building Separation is utilized, and clarify that the 12' Minimum Building Separation applies to both Primary and Accessory Structures; and
- Modify Condition 58 to allow for air conditioner pads to be located within the 9' side yard, where the 12' Minimum Building Separation is utilized. This modification will also reiterate that Condition 58 supersedes the requirements of Section 530.2 of the Land Development Code (LDC).
MPUD Modifications - Approved by the Development Review Committee December 20, 2014
- Modification to the trail locations in the Downtown Neighborhood with a small segment connecting a previously proposed trail head park removed and an additional connection being made to the Central Neighborhood.
- Trails that were previously proposed to be fourteen feet (14') wide have been reduced to twelve feet (12'). Trails that were previously proposed to be twelve feet wide (12') have been reduced to ten feet (10'), with the exception of the twelve foot (12') trail along State Road 54 and Long Spur between Heart Pine and Gunn Highway.
- The pedestrian underpass on Rangeland Boulevard has been replaced with an at-grade crossing to include features such as pedestrian refuges, lighting, and a high visibility.
- Request to modify road sections, trail sizes, and roadway phasing to the Master Roadway Phasing Plan for Starkey Ranch by:
- Restrict access to Road D by placing gates at the intersections of Rangeland Boulevard and Town Avenue.
- Add a new roundabout on Rangeland Boulevard east of Gunn Highway.
- Access A on State Road 54 renamed Access C and Access C on State Road 54 renamed Access A.
- On-street parking removed from both sides of Road D.
- On-street parking removed along the south side of Rangeland Boulevard and the north side of Town Avenue adjacent to the Adult Lifestyle Area.
- Multi-use path widths revised to reflect the changes proposed in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.
- Pedestrian underpass on Rangeland boulevard replaced with an at-grade pedestrian crossing.
- Road names added to collector roads which were unnamed in the previous proposal.
- Phasing Plan revised to reflect revised construction phasing.
- Modification to the layout of the Downtown Neighborhood to revise in order to accommodate a grocery store.
- A new roundabout proposed at Gunn Highway and Rangeland Boulevard with the Downtown Activity Center extending eastward to the roundabout.
- The internal roadway network revised in the Downtown Neighborhood north of Rangeland Boulevard to include a loop around the Downtown Activity Center. The locations and configurations of the stormwater ponds north of Rangeland Boulevard are modified to accommodate the expanded Downtown Activity Center.
- Tampa Bay Water monitoring sites TBW SC69 and SC70 are no longer active and do not require monitoring or access. They are removed from Condition No. 40 of the MPUD.
- Revised 69.4 acre District Park to include 4, where previously there were five proposed, 200 foot baseball diamonds and one 300 foot baseball diamond. The District Park will be co-located with an elementary/middle school that will include an additional multi-purpose field and 200 foot baseball field as well as four tennis courts and four basketball courts that will be available to the public during non-school hours. This is a 2.7 acre reduction form the previously approved plan.
- The Master Park Plan includes 44.7 acres of Neighborhood Parks (33.4 acres), Lakeside Parks (9.0 acres), and Trail Head Parks (2.3 acres). This is a 4.1 acre increase from the previously approved plan.
- Language to the previously approved alternative standard request is revised to reflect the above items.
- The trail head park in the Suburban area is eliminated. The trail head park in the Downtown Neighborhood had been expanded.
- A linear park south of Long Spur has been added.
- The lakeside park in the Adult Lifestyle Area has been reduced. A half-acre park has been added to the Adult Lifestyle Area.
MPUD Modification - Approved by the Board of County Commissioners on December 17, 2013
- Starkey Ranch MPUD Agenda Memo (PDF) PDD14-325 (RZ-7078)
- Starkey Ranch MPUD Conditions (PDF) of Approval
- Starkey Ranch MPUD Plan Option 1 (PDF)
- Starkey Ranch MPUD Plan Option 2 (PDF)
- Starkey Ranch MPUD RZ-7078 Resolution (PDF) 13-51RZ
Starkey Ranch MPUD - Collocated District Park/Library/Theatre/School Site
- Starkey Ranch Collocated District Park/Library/Theatre/School Site Agreement (PDF) (a/k/a P4 Agreement)
DRC approved plans
On November 21, 2013, the DRC approved the following plans:
- Starkey Ranch Master Parks Plan (PDF) and Alternative Standard
- Parks Plan Agenda Memo PDD14-257 (PDF)
- Starkey Ranch Master Roadway Plan
- Starkey Ranch Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan (PDF)
- Bike/Ped Agenda Memo PDD14-035 (PDF)
Historical Documents for Starkey MPUD
On November 7, 2012, the Board of County Commissioners approved an Amended and Restated Development Agreement (PDF) (DA). This DA became effective on November 15, 2012.
On September 11, 2012, the Board of County Commissioners approved:
- A Large Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment to PD (Planned Development)
- A Rezoning to Master Planned Unit Development (MPUD)
- The Starkey Ranch DRI Rescission