Coffee Creek Master Plan (2005)

Status

The Coffee Creek Master Plan was adopted by the Planning Commission in 2005.

Purpose

The Coffee Creek Master Plan provides a framework for future development decisions and serves as a guide for the Coffee Creek Plan Area.  It identifies infrastructure improvements, delineates development locations, outlines types of uses and recommends development parameters to ensure the unincorporated area acquires levels of service that meets municipal standards prior to annexation.

Key Conclusions

  • Locate Transitional Residential areas (characterized by large residential lots from 2-10 acres) south of 175th Street;
  • Locate Neighborhood Residential (70% are single-family detached with 2-4 dwelling units per acre) north of 175th Street;
  • Extend 167th Street to Lackman/Black Bob to provide east-west access through Coffee Creek; ensure the street alignment meanders slightly north and south to preserve tree stands and add visual interest; 167th will be at least one-half of a divided arterial;
  • Provide an interconnected local road network;
  • Provide roundabouts at major arterial roads;
  • Provide access to trails and open space within every residential neighborhood development thereby creating pedestrian connections with surrounding residential and commercial developments;
  • Locate Mixed Use Retail developments at major arterial intersections;
  • Mixed Density Residential should be located along 175th Street between major arterial intersections;
  • Limit Retail/Business Park uses to areas adjacent to major arterials such as 175th Street and Ridgeview Road;
  • Establish Village Retail uses as a neighborhood mixed use node at the intersection of Renner Road and 167th Street;
  • Provide at least three seven to eight-acre neighborhood parks with an interconnected trail system along Coffee Creek;
  • Locate the potential elementary school (minimum 10 acres) adjacent to potential middle school (minimum 15 acres);
  • Provide a comprehensive greenway and trail system that links parks, open space, community facilities, residential areas and employment centers; and
  • Preserve and enhance the quality of natural areas, open space and greenways/trails.