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File #: 22-0004SUP2    Name: Aster Park Private Streets SUP
Type: Ordinance Status: Public Hearing
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 5/17/2022 Final action:
Title: Conduct a Public Hearing to Consider/Discuss/Act on a Specific Use Permit Request for a Private Street Subdivision (Aster Park), Located on the North Side of FM 1461 and Approximately One Mile East of FM 2478, and Accompanying Ordinance
Attachments: 1. PZ Minutes, 2. Location Map and Aerial Exhibit, 3. Letter of Intent, 4. Ex. PD ordinance No. 2021-06-055, 5. Proposed Ordinance, 6. Exhibits A-D, 7. Proposed Wall Plan Exhibit - Informational, 8. Presentation
Title
Conduct a Public Hearing to Consider/Discuss/Act on a Specific Use Permit Request for a Private Street Subdivision (Aster Park), Located on the North Side of FM 1461 and Approximately One Mile East of FM 2478, and Accompanying Ordinance

Summary

COUNCIL GOAL: Direction for Strategic and Economic Growth
(1C: Provide a strong city economy by facilitating a balance between industrial, commercial, residential, and open space)

MEETING DATE: May 17, 2022

DEPARTMENT: Development Services - Planning Department

CONTACT: Jennifer Arnold, AICP, Director of Planning
Caitlyn Strickland, Planning Manager
Jake Bennett, Planner I

RECOMMENDED CITY COUNCIL ACTION: Staff recommends approval of the proposed specific use permit request to allow for a private street subdivision with the following special ordinance provision:

1. The property shall generally develop in accordance with the attached Specific Use Permit Exhibit, Wall Plan Exhibit, Entrance Exhibit, and all applicable development requirements of the city.

APPLICATION SUBMITTAL DATE: March 7, 2022 (Original Application)
April 8, 2022 (Revised Submittal)

ITEM SUMMARY: The applicant is requesting approval of a specific use permit for a Private Street subdivision (Aster Park) located on the north side of FM 1461 and approximately one mile east of FM 2478. A private street subdivision is one in which the public improvements (streets and utilities) are privately maintained by the Homeowner's Association for the subdivision and are not accepted as public improvements by the City. The proposed private street development will develop in accordance with the attached specific use permit exhibit and will include approximately 1,190 single family residential lots and 49 common areas. The applicant has proposed 12 entrances into the development, each with controlled access gates. All gates into and throughout the subdivision shall be automatic-only and comply with City of McKinney Fire Marshal specifications...

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