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The city of Pagosa Springs has re-vamped its zoning codes to allow numerous commercial, industrial and residential uses on the property. Some of the allowed uses are mixed-use corridor, institutional and civic use, offices and business, retail sales, lodging, manufacturing and warehouse, and affordable/workforce housing.
Mountain Crossing currently has final approval of a Preliminary Development Plat/Plan from the city of Pagosa Springs. The approval enables a developer to submit Final Plat Approval concurrently with Building Permit Approval. Also, the preliminary plat can be amended as an administrative procedure.
To obtain this approval our engineer Keith Mendenhall has done extensive engineering work concerning utilities, retention, drainage, wetlands, ingress/egress and roads. This information will be extremely useful to any developer for all or part of this project.
Since obtaining Preliminary Plat Approval, we have obtained a CDOT traffic permit and completed the engineering for off-site improvement as well.
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|Town of Pagosa Springs – Zoning Map|
|Town & Mountain Crossing – Aerial Map|
|Mountain Crossing – BLOCK Map|
|Mountain Crossing – LOT Map|
|Mountain Crossing – Master Utility Plan|
Aquatic Resources Deliniation Report-prepared by Ecosphere Environmental Services, Inc.
Biological Assessment and Evaluation-prepared by Ecosphere Environmental Services, Inc.
Cultural Clearance Letter-provided by Stratified Environmental & Archaeological Services LLC
Geotechnical Evaluation Report-prepared by Western Technologies Inc.
Monitoring & Remediation Report-prepared by the CO Department of Labor and Employment, Division of Oil & Public Safety
Click for ESAS Phase 1 documents
Radius Search Report-prepared by EnviroCheck Solutions, Inc.
Click for synopsis of Paleo clearance
In following the requirements to obtain CDOT environmental clearance for Mountain Crossing, specifically to determine that there are no paleontological resources local to the project, on 2/14/18 consultant Mike Fitzgerald reached out via email to the three required organizations (University of Colorado Boulder, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and Museums of Western Colorado), asking each for a paleo records review (Email #1).
Veronika at Denver Museum forwarded Mike’s request to fellow staffer Kristen to do the search (Email #2). Kristen replied to Mike on 2/19/18 that there were no localities (Email #6). Mike thanked her (Email #7).
So, on 2/19, Mike reported to CDOT that he had 2 negative findings (Email #8).
Nicole Peavey of CDOT replied the next day that since Mike had 2 negative findings, Mountain Crossing’s paleo requirements had been satisfied (Email #9).