§ II-6.012  PUD - MYSTIC MINER SUBDIVISION.
   (A)   Planned Unit Development Districts. Planned Unit Development Districts shall be as enumerated below and shall include the regulations set forth herein: COZ #287 Mystic Miner PUD.
   (B)   Intent. The regulations set forth in this section and as set forth elsewhere in this title and specifically references herein are the district regulations in the Mystic Miner Planned Unit Development District.
   (C)   Scope. The Mystic Miner Tract includes 531 total acres. The maximum density allowed is for 531 units, inclusive of road right-of-way, compromised of various types of residential and commercial units, according to the chart set below.
Type
West of Terry Summit Road
East of Terry Summit Road
Total
Type
West of Terry Summit Road
East of Terry Summit Road
Total
Highway service commercial
0
2
2
Recreation commercial
95
50
145
Road right-of-way
28
18
46
Suburban residential (multifamily)
7
7
14
Suburban residential (single family)
174
150
324
Totals
276
209
531
Table notes:
The Mystic Miner Tract shall include a minimum of 25% of designated common open space, which is 133 acres.
 
   (D)   Definition. For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning. Additionally, the defined term used herein shall be in accordance with those definitions as found in this code, unless indicated otherwise herein.
      COMMERCIAL UNIT. An allowed commercial use or uses conducted on at least one acre and meeting all other applicable requirements of this code. When more than one acre is needed to meet the requirements of this code, the total number of COMMERCIAL UNITS available shall be diminished by a number equivalent to the number of whole acres required to support any given commercial use or uses.
   (E)   Road improvements. All streets shall be required to be constructed per Title I of this code.
   (F)   Drainage and erosion control plans. Drainage and erosion controls plans shall be required to be constructed per Title I of this code.
   (G)   Water system improvements. The Mystic Miner Subdivision will be supplied with domestic water from the existing Deer Mountain Water System. The water is supplied from the Lead-Deadwood Sanitary District. The developer shall upgrade the Deer Mountain Water System to meet future water needs. The principal components of the improvement plan are as follows:
      (1)   New water supply contract with Lead-Deadwood Sanitary District for up to 600 gpm;
      (2)   Reconstruct the Engelwood pump station to enhance supply;
      (3)   The water system will provide pumping capacity equal to projected peak-day demands;
      (4)   New water treatment plant at Deer Mountain with initial capacity of 300 gpm and space for future expansion to 600 gpm;
      (5)   Approximately 0.4 MG raw water storage tank and raw water transmission pipeline to supply untreated water to the treatment plant;
      (6)   New treated water storage for approximately 0.8 MG in three separate storage tanks serving three separate pressure zones;
      (7)   Booster pumping stations to lift treated water to each pressure zone;
      (8)   Distribution piping ranging from six-inch to 12-inch diameter, sized to meet peak domestic demands and fire flows (1,000 gpm for single family, 1,500 gpm for multifamily and commercial);
      (9)   An emergency power supply will be included in the water treatment plant and key pumping units for maximum reliability;
      (10)   Radio telemetry is planned to provide centralized operation and control of all facilities, and to provide advanced warning of impending problems;
      (11)   Water meters will be installed on all new and existing customer service lines;
      (12)   Existing storage tanks within Deer Mountain residential areas will be renovated and retained in service;
      (13)   Existing residential area distribution piping will be substantially retained, but selected improvements will be completed to improve system hydraulics and operation;
      (14)   System improvements will be completed in phases corresponding to development phasing. High priority improvements include the water treatment plant, raw water storage tanks, and new storage and distribution piping for lodge and base area developments;
      (15)   Water user relates for existing and future customers have not been established at this time and will depend in part upon actual construction costs; and
      (16)   Mystic Miner will continue to use the untreated water from the Lead-Deadwood Sanitary District for snowmaking activities and will be transferred separately from the domestic water supply.
   (H)   Wastewater system.
      (1)   Mystic Miner plans to construct a centralized wastewater collection and treatment system for all proposed commercial and multifamily properties. The central sewer system will also provide sewer service to all single-family residential properties with lot sizes less than two acres. An on-site individual septic system will provide sewer for large lots (two acres and more) located west of Terry Peak Summit Road.
      (2)   The water and sewer treatment facilities shall be located in the same location as the water treatment plant, east of the ski lodge.
      (3)   Treated effluent will be stored and used for snowmaking when conditions warrant.
      (4)   Water will be treated to cold-fishery standards and will meet all State DENR requirements.
      (5)   The wastewater system shall be a centralized system which has been approved by the State DENR, with the understanding that the first phases shall be allowed to have a septic system, but must be designed by a state licensed engineer and installed by a state licensed installer. The septic systems shall be pumped as needed and at the time of the centralized sewer system being activated all existing septic tanks shall be either removed or tied into the centralized systems. As the correct amount of homes have been built into this subdivision, the centralized sewer system shall be hooked up.
   (I)   Subareas.
      (1)   Generally.
         (a)   Prior to Planning and Zoning Board approval of the master plan-preliminary plat, the applicant shall submit a sub area map depicting the boundary of each subarea for COZ #287 Mystic Miner Planned Unit Development.
         (b)   All subareas shall be designed and built in conformance with Title I of this code including, but not limited to, the following:
            1.   Amendments to the PUD shall be in conformance with § II-6.011(L);
            2.   The buildings and site shall be designed to be consistent with the intent of division (B) above;
            3.   Prior to County Commission approval of the final plat, the homeowners’ association and covenants attached to this PUD, shall be recorded in the County Register of Deed’s office;
            4.   Building permits be obtained for any structure exceeding 144 square feet or located on a permanent foundation, which includes the necessary site plans and building permit requirements to be reviewed and approved by the Planning and Zoning Office;
            5.   All structures have the required 911 addressing posted and approved by the County 911 Coordinator;
            6.   Prior to Planning and Zoning Board approval of the preliminary plat, the applicant shall submit and complete a fire plan written by a wildfire hazard assessment contractor;
            7.   Prior to Planning and Zoning Board approval of the preliminary plat, the applicant shall submit and complete a weed plan written by the County Invasive Species Department;
            8.   All section lines shall be vacated prior to any building permit being issued;
            9.   This PUD shall be reviewed each time a phase is completed and/or a new phase is being started or bonding is released;
            10.   Parking shall be regulated in conformance with Chapter 7 of this zoning title; and
            11.   Signs shall be regulated in conformance with Chapter 8 of this zoning title.
      (2)   Subarea “A” - Suburban Residential District (Single - Multifamily Residential Area).
         (a)   Intent. The intent of the SRD - Suburban Residential District is to provide a district that permits single-family and multifamily dwellings and such supportive community facilities as parks, playgrounds, schools, libraries, and churches. It is intended that this District provide protection for those areas existing as, or planned for, single-family and multifamily neighborhoods.
         (b)   District boundary description. SRD - Suburban Residential District land use is planned for both the east and west slopes of the Mystic Miner Tract. Approximately 157 acres are located on the east slope. The east portion of land extends from the north property boundary line to the south property boundary line and is located between the existing ski lodge to the east and extends to within 250 feet of Terry Summit Road to the west. Approximately seven acres of the total 157 acres is located adjacent to the northwest edge of the peak of Deer Mountain. Approximately 181 acres located on the west slope is planned for suburban residential land use. This portion of property extends from the north property boundary line to the south property boundary line and begins approximately 250 feet west of Terry Summit Road and extends to within approximately 1,000 feet of the west property boundary line.
         (c)   Allowed uses. Same as set forth in § II-6.005(B).
         (d)   Conditional uses permitted. The following uses may be allowed in the SRD - Suburban Residential District, under the provision of § II-6.005(D):
            1.   Utility substations;
            2.   Grooming, vet clinics (excluding boarding);
            3.   Churches, religious structures;
            4.   Schools;
            5.   Playgrounds and parks;
            6.   Fire stations;
            7.   Antennas, microwave and communication towers;
            8.   Rental storage units, garages, buildings;
            9.   Roadside stand/vendor space;
            10.   Bed and breakfast;
            11.   Community hall, lodge, or meeting place;
            12.   Assisted living, elderly care, convalescent;
            13.   Family and group care facilities;
            14.   Agricultural crops; and
            15.   Historical monuments.
         (e)   Density, area, setbacks, width, and height. Same as set forth in § II-6.005(E), except where noted as follows: all structures be setback a minimum of 58 feet from the centerline of all section lines.
      (3)   Subarea “B”- Recreational Commercial District.
         (a)   Intent. The intent of the RC - Recreation Commercial District is to provide a district that will allow limited commercial development. The proposed development must primarily serve those persons who utilize the surrounding district for recreational purposes or act as a destination; development designed to primarily serve customers which result from traffic on major roads and highways shall not be permitted in the Recreation Commercial District; and the proposed development must not conflict with the purpose of the district preserving the natural beauty, resources, and open character of the lands.
         (b)   District boundary description. RC - Recreation Commercial District land use is planned for both the east and west slopes of the Mystic Miner Tract. Approximately 50 acres are located on the east slope. The east portion of recreation commercial land consists of the existing lodge and surrounding area totaling approximately 25 acres as well as a 250-foot strip from the north property boundary line to the south property boundary line. This portion is located adjacent to the east side of Terry Summit Road and extends 250 feet east. Approximately 95 acres located on the west slope is planned for recreation commercial land use. This portion of property consists of land adjacent to the west side of Terry Summit Road and extends west approximately 250 feet. The land use area extends from the north property boundary line to the south property boundary line. The west recreation commercial land use area also includes land adjacent to the west property boundary line, which extends 1,000 feet east and from the north property boundary line to the south property boundary line.
         (c)   Allowed uses. Same as set forth in § II-6.007(B).
         (d)   Conditional uses permitted. The following uses may be allowed in the RC - Recreation Commercial District, under the provision of § II-6.007(D):
            1.   Utility substations;
            2.   Antennas, microwave, and communication towers;
            3.   Off-premises signage, billboards;
            4.   Kennel, animal hospital;
            5.   Private outdoor recreation facility;
            6.   Day or summer camp;
            7.   Commercial riding academies, arenas, stables;
            8.   Fairgrounds;
            9.   Plant nursery;
            10.   Cemetery;
            11.   Group daycare;
            12.   Apartments, condos; and
            13.   Gas station, convenience store.
         (e)   Density, area, setbacks, width, and height. Same as set forth in § II-6.007(E), except where noted as follows: all structures be set back a minimum of 58 feet from the centerline of all section lines.
         (f)   Other regulations. Each proposed commercial use shall be required to submit a development plan pursuant to Chapter 14 of this zoning title prior to the issuance of a building permit.
      (4)   Subarea “C”- Highway Service-Commercial District.
         (a)   Intent. The intent of the HSC - Highway Service-Commercial District is to provide a district that will: allow compact and convenient highway-oriented business; provide development standards that will not impair the traffic carrying capabilities of abutting roads and highways; and permit retail, wholesale, businesses, and related services.
         (b)   District boundary description. HSC - Highway Service-Commercial District land use is planned for the east slope of the Mystic Miner Tract. Approximately two acres located near the existing Mystic Miner Lodge are planned for this land use. The property is located adjacent to the south side of Deer Mountain Road and is approximately 600 feet east of the lodge. The property extends approximately 700 feet east of Aspen Drive and approximately 125 feet south of Deer Mountain Road.
         (c)   Allowed uses. Same as set forth in § II-6.008(B).
         (d)   Conditional uses permitted. The following uses may be allowed in the HSC - Highway Service-Commercial District, under the provision of § II-6.008(D):
            1.   Utility substations;
            2.   Antennas, microwave and communication towers;
            3.   Off-premises signage, billboards;
            4.   Golf driving ranges;
            5.   Drive-in theaters;
            6.   Racetracks;
            7.   Light manufacturing and fabricating;
            8.   Kennels, animal hospitals;
            9.   Campgrounds/RV parks; and
            10.   Commercial recreations and amusement structures and uses, including theaters, amusement parks, bowling alleys, ice and roller rinks, archery ranges, and miniature golf.
         (e)   Density, area, setbacks, width, and height. Same as set forth in § II-6.008(E), except where noted as follows: all structures be setback a minimum of 58 feet from the centerline of all section lines.
         (f)   Other regulations. Each proposed commercial use shall be required to submit a development plan pursuant to Chapter 14 of this zoning title prior to the issuance of a building permit.
(Ord. 14-01, passed 6-6-2014, Ch. 6, Art. 12)