Approved - 6 to 1.

Horizon Drive Church Right-of-Way and Easement Vacations

Case: VAC-2020-184, VAC-2020-186
Consider a request by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to Vacate the platted Public Right-of-Way of West Cliff Drive and Public Easements (Utility & Irrigation) as identified on the 2nd Addition to O’Nan Subdivision Located by Horizon Drive, N. 12th Street, Midway Avenue & Budlong Street.

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Videos

Staff Presentation

Files

Staff Report ( 0.69 MB )
Site Location Aerial Photo & Zoning Maps ( 0.56 MB )
Vacation Resolution ( 0.1 MB )
Vacation Ordinance ( 0.21 MB )
Decision Making Criteria

Per Section 21.02.100 of the Zoning and Development Code, before an easement or street right-of-way vacation is approved, the following determinations shall be made:


(1)    The Comprehensive Plan, Grand Junction Circulation Plan and other adopted plans and policies of the City;

(2)    No parcel shall be landlocked as a result of the vacation;

(3)    Access to any parcel shall not be restricted to the point where access is unreasonable, economically prohibitive, or reduces or devalues any property affected by the proposed vacation;

(4)    There shall be no adverse impacts on the health, safety, and/or welfare of the general community, and the quality of public facilities and services provided to any parcel of land shall not be reduced (e.g., police/fire protection and utility services);

(5)    The provision of adequate public facilities and services shall not be inhibited to any property as required in Chapter 21.06 GJMC; and

(6)    The proposal shall provide benefits to the City such as reduced maintenance requirements, improved traffic circulation, etc


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