AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A PUD, PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT FOR TERNING TRAILS

ORDINANCE NO. : 17-107

CITY OF HOWARD LAKE

WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A PUD, PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT FOR TERNING TRAILS

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HOWARD LAKE ORDAINS:

Section 1. Legal Description. The legal description of the property included in the PUD District shall be as follows:

All that part of Terning Trail, according to the recorded plat thereof, Wright County, Minnesota. Less and except 60th Street Southwest as dedicated in said Terning Trails.

Section 2. Zoning Map Amendment. The property is hereby rezoned from R-3, Single Family and Two Family Residential District and R-6, Medium Density Residential District to PUD, Planned Unit Development District subject to the terms and conditions set forth herein.

Section 3. Terning Trails Planned Unit Development Plan.

A. All entitlements, including but not limited to, allowed dwelling units, allowed uses, location and boundaries of the sub-districts and development standards established within this PUD District are hereby set forth by the Terning Trails Development Plan dated May 12, 2007 incorporated herein by reference as Exhibit A.

B. Any allowed uses and standards not specifically addressed by the Terning Trails Planned Unit Development Plan shall be subject to the requirements set forth by the Howard Lake Zoning Ordinance understanding that subsequent, more specifically detailed, PUD Development Stage Plans may seek modification of the standards and requirements established by the Zoning Ordinance by City Council approval provided that the proposed flexibility is shown to be consistent with the goals and objectives of the Terning Trails Planned Unit Development Plan and complies with the fundamental principals for the requirements established by the Zoning Ordinance, even without their strict application.

Section 4. Sub-districts. For the purposes of this PUD District, the following sub-districts shall be established:

A. Low Density Residential

B. Medium Density Residential

Outlot A is assigned the Medium Density Residential sub-district. The remainder of the PUD is assigned the Low Density Residential designation.

Section 5. Allowed Uses. The allowed uses within the PUD District and its various sub-districts defined by the Planned Unit Development Plan shall include the following base entitlements:

A. Low Density Residential District. All permitted uses, permitted accessory uses, conditional uses, interim uses and uses allowed by administrative permit within the R-3 District shall be allowed within this sub-district subject to approval of a Development Stage Plan in accordance with Chapter 90 of the Zoning Ordinance. Program Lots and General Lots are as depicted in Exhibit A.

B. Medium Density Residential District. All permitted uses, permitted accessory uses, conditional uses, interim uses and uses allowed by administrative permit within the R-6 District shall be allowed within this sub-district subject to approval of a Development Stage Plan in accordance with Chapter 90 of the Zoning Ordinance.

Section 6. Lot Area Requirements. Lot requirements for the various sub-districts shall conform to the following minimum standards:

A. Program Lots must meet a minimum width of 65 feet wide at setback line and a minimum area of 7,475 square feet. The lots shall be generally depicted on the Final Plat as they are on the Development Plan/Preliminary Plat.

B. General Lots must meet a minimum width of 80 feet at the setback line and maintain a minimum area of 9,200 square feet. The lots shall be generally depicted on the Final Plat as they are on the Development Plan/Preliminary Plat.

Section 7. Lot Setback and Performance Standards. The following setback and performance standards are hereby in place for the Terning Trails Planned Unit Development. All standards not contemplated by this ordinance are to be the same as found in the Howard Lake Zoning Ordinance for the R-3 District:

A. Program Lots must maintain the following standards:

Front yard setback (house): 25 feet

Front yard setback (garage): 25 feet

Side yard setback (house): 10 feet

Side yard setback (garage): 5 feet

Allowed impervious surfaces: 40%

The façade width of the garage shall not exceed 55% of the entire façade width of the combined garage and house.

All garages must be at a minimum 20’ wide and 520 square feet in area. No third stall location is required.

B. General Lots must maintain the following standards:

Front yard setback (house): 25 feet

Front yard setback (garage): 25 feet

Side yard setback (house): 10 feet

Side yard setback (garage): 5 feet

Allowed impervious surfaces: 40%

The front of the house shall be even with or closer to the right-of-way than the front of the garage.

The façade width of the garage shall not exceed 60% of the entire façade width of the combined garage and house.

Section 8. Construction Standards. The construction of structures within the PUD District shall conform to following minimum standards:

A. The principal buildings constructed within the Terning Trails Planned Unit Development shall comply with the requirements of the Howard Lake Zoning Ordinance and shall be consistent with the building elevations and floor plans as attached with Resolution 07-17 and submitted with the PUD District Development Stage Plan as modified by Section 7 of this Ordinance, except as may be approved as an amendment to the PUD Development Stage Plan in accordance with the procedures set forth by the Zoning Ordinance.

B. The same floor plan shall not be constructed or the same color scheme utilized on two abutting lots within the same block or on a lot across a public right-of-way that is between the side lot lines of a lot and the same elevation shall not be utilized closer than every third lot within the same block.

Section 9. Future Phases and Amendments. Approval of PUD Development Stage Plans for Outlot A or any portion thereof, modifications of the sub-districts, sub-district boundaries or performance standards established by the Planned Unit Development Plan or this Ordinance and the inclusion of additional lands within this GCI Builders, its affiliates, successors, and assigns only shall be processed in accordance with the Howard Lake Zoning Ordinance.

Section 10. The zoning map of the City of Howard Lake shall not be republished to show the aforesaid rezoning, but the City Clerk shall appropriately mark the zoning map on file in the City Clerk’s office for the purpose of indicating the rezoning hereinabove provided for in this Ordinance, and all of the notations, references and other information shown thereon are hereby incorporated by reference and made part of this Ordinance.

Section 11. This Ordinance shall be effective upon its passage and publication.

ADOPTED by the Howard Lake City Council this 19th day of June, 2007.

CITY OF HOWARD LAKE

By: Terry Ostgulen

Mayor

ATTEST

By: Gene Gilbert

City Clerk

Published in the Herald Journal July 9, 2007.


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