Subdivision

Concept Plan

5-SB-21-C  

Related Case(s)
5-D-21-UR
Planning Staff Recommendation
APPROVE variances 1-10 and alternative design standards 1-11 on the recommendations of the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works and because the site conditions restrict compliance with the Subdivision Regulations and the proposed varia
After the Planning Commission
Because of its location in the County, appeals will be heard by Knox County Chancery Court.
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Applicant Request

Subdivision
Catatoga
Lots
120 (Split)
Proposed Density
1.92 du/ac
Residential?
Yes - SF

Case Notes

1. Connection to sanitary sewer and meeting any other relevant requirements of the utility provider.
2. Provision of street names that are consistent with the Uniform Street Naming and Addressing System within Knox County (County Ord. 91-1-102).
3. Implementing the street and intersection improvements recommendations outlined in the Catatoga Subdivision Transporation Impact Study (AJAX Engineering, revised April 21, 2021). The design details and timing of the installation of the improvements shall be worked out with the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works during the design plan stage for the subdivision.
4. Providing a 200-FT sight distance easement on the final plat for the northeast corner of the common area / potential clubhouse/dock/pool/parking area lot, as shown on the Concept Plan.
5. Providing a 25-FT buffer around the community lake starting from the high water line, as shown on the Concept Plan.
6. Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Zoning Ordinance.
7. Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works.
8. Placing a note on the final plat that all lots will have access only to the internal street system.
9. Submitting to Planning staff prior to final plat review by the Planning Commission or Planning staff, the certification of design plan approval form as required by the Knoxville-Knox County Subdivision Regulations.
10. Prior to certification of the final plat for the subdivision, establishing a property owners association that will be responsible for the maintenance of the common areas, recreational amenities, and drainage system.


Variances

VARIANCES:

1) REDUCE THE K VALUE FROM 25 TO 15 AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROAD 'A' AND N. CAMPBELL STATION ROAD.
2) REDUCE THE K VALUE FROM 25 TO 20 BETWEEN ROAD 'B' STATIONS 1+02.83 AND 2+50.34.
3) REDUCE THE TANGENT BETWEEN REVERSE CURVES FROM 50' TO 25' BETWEEN STATIONS 16+42.82 AND 16+68.28.
4) REDUCE THE TANGENT BETWEEN REVERSE CURVES FROM 50' TO 31' BETWEEN STATIONS 19+86.39 AND 20+18.12.
5) REDUCE THE TANGENT BETWEEN REVERSE CURVES FROM 50' TO 45' BETWEEN STATIONS 48+16.38 AND 48+62.33.
6) REDUCE THE TANGENT BETWEEN REVERSE CURVES FROM 50' TO 44' BETWEEN STATIONS 49+09.15 AND 49+53.62.
7) REDUCE THE TANGENT BETWEEN REVERSE CURVES FROM 50' TO 39' BETWEEN STATIONS 26+95.89 AND 27+35.05.
8) REDUCE THE TANGENT BETWEEN BROKEN BACK CURVES FROM 150' TO 99' BETWEEN STATIONS 29+72.53 AND 30+71.78.
9) REDUCE THE TANGENT BETWEEN BROKEN BACK CURVES FROM 150' TO 43' BETWEEN STATIONS 32+82.68 AND 33+26.05.
10) REDUCE THE TANGENT BETWEEN BROKEN BACK CURVES FROM 150' TO 113' BETWEEN STATIONS 34+28.69 AND 35+42.33.

ALTERNATIVE DESIGN STANDARDS REQUIRING PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVAL:

ROAD 'A':
1) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 150' BETWEEN STATIONS 3+53.81 AND 3+91.67.
2) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 150' BETWEEN STATIONS 4+72.37 AND 5+10.22.
3) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 125' BETWEEN STATIONS 10+64.35 AND 12+55.31.
4) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 125' BETWEEN STATIONS 13+62.62 AND 15+23.22.

ROAD 'B':
1) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 150' BETWEEN STATIONS 15+61.50 AND 16+42.82.
2) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 150' BETWEEN STATIONS 19+45.16 AND 19+86.39.
3) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 150' BETWEEN STATIONS 45+75.28 AND 48+16.38.
4) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 150' BETWEEN STATIONS 25+97.12 AND 26+95.89.
5) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 150' BETWEEN STATIONS 35+42.33 AND 36+31.41.
6) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 125' BETWEEN STATIONS 10+64.94 AND 12+47.06.
7) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 200' BETWEEN STATIONS 20+ 18.12 AND 21+32.23.
8) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 200' BETWEEN STATIONS 21+94.76 AND 22+53.90.
9) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 200' BETWEEN STATIONS 27+35.05 AND 29+72.53.
10) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 100' BETWEEN STATIONS 16+68.28 AND 17+20.50.
11) REDUCE THE CENTERLINE RADIUS FROM 250' TO 100' BETWEEN STATIONS 33+26.05 AND 34+28.69.

ALTERNATIVE DESIGN STANDARDS REQUIRING KNOX COUNTY ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC WORKS APPROVAL:

1) INCREASE THE INTERSECTION GRADE FROM 1 % TO 3% AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROAD 'A' AND N. CAMPBELL STATION ROAD.
2) INCREASE THE INTERSECTION GRADE FROM 1 % TO 2% AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROAD 'A' AND ROAD 'B'.
3) INCREASE THE INTERSECTION GRADE FROM 1% TO 1.99% AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROAD 'B' AND ROAD 'B'.
4) INCREASE THE INTERSECTION GRADE FROM 1% TO 3% AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROAD 'B' AND ROAD 'C'.
5) INCREASE THE INTERSECTION GRADE FROM 1% TO 2% AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROAD 'B' AND ROAD 'D'.

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Applicant
Urban Engineering, Inc.

Property Information

Location
1737 N. Campbell Station Rd.

West side of N. Campbell Station Rd., north of Yarnell Rd.

Commission District 6


Size
62.50 acres

Sector
Northwest County

Currently on the Property
Kennel and vacant land

Growth Plan
Rural Area