Red Rocks Valley PD Amendment

Red Rocks Homes Filings 2, 3 and 4 are located at 2280 Red Wash Ct, 2280 Rocky Knoll Ct. and Red Vale Ct. and the lots are platted as Blocks 2, 3 and 4, Red Rocks Patio Homes, respectively. Red Rocks Homes Filing 1, built out 12 residential lots by re-platting Block 1 of Red Rocks Patio Homes. The site is a part of the Red Rocks Valley PD, located west of Monument Road on the north side of South Camp Road. Filing 2 (Red Wash Ct.) has an area of 2.134 acres, Filing 3 (Rock Knoll Ct.) has an area of 2.387 acres and Filing 4 (Red Vale Ct.) has an area 1.975 acres. Filing 2 will create 13 residential lots, Filing 3 will create 15 residential lots and Filing 4 will create 12 residential lots. Each filing will also plat Tracts for pedestrian access to a network of trails/sidewalks that bisect the project (including Filing 1) north-south and east-west. Access through Tracts will also be located between lots to allow access from the exterior public road to the interior Private Roads. And 8-ft. concrete sidewalk was constructed with Filing 1 adjacent to Filing 2 and Filing 4. The houses will be single family two and three bedroom houses, with two or three car garages, and range in size from 1600 s.f. to 2200 s.f.

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Lots of building debris building up in patio cul de sacs. Needs cleaned up.

06/29/2020 1:26 pm
red rocks resident

Oppose patio home driveways on main streets. Permanent mismatch with current patio development; will look off. Short and close patio drives will cause patio residents to park on main street, likely on larger home lot side. Who will police,city county, HOA?

06/29/2020 1:22 pm
red rocks resident

The change from driveway access from the interior culdesac is far safer then multple driveway entering from the major roads of the development
The asthetic view of the back of the house which will be the resultant neighbors view along the culdesac challenges a good looking neighborhood.
The extension of development until 2029 seems a continuation of no development on near abandoned lots in a prime development area.
The continuation of the swirling dirt from the lack of vegetation on these lots is a health concern.
The areas under discussion were filled with plant forms but were sprayed to eliminate weeds and are now great eyesores.

06/28/2020 5:53 pm
Brian Hart

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