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9.07.2010 - Village of Deerfield

9.07.2010 - Village of Deerfield

The clean-up plan will

The clean-up plan will provide an adequate number of parking spaces in the lot with improved circulation, safety and aesthetics. Access to the parking lot will not change. The existing access point is located in the northwest corner of the parking lot, off Jewett Park Drive. 5. Effect on Neighborhood In all respects the Special Use will not be significantly or materially detrimental to the health, safety and welfare of the public or injurious to the other property or improvements in the neighborhood, nor will it diminish or impair property values in the surrounding area. The proposed clean-up plan will not be significantly or materially detrimental to the health, safety and welfare of the public or injurious to the other property or improvements in the neighborhood, nor will it diminish or impair property values in the surrounding area. The property is currently used as a public parking lot and the proposed clean-up will plan will improve the striping of the parking spaces, provide better circulation through the drive aisle, and improve safety in the parking lot. The clean-up plan will allow trucks to load for deliveries for the Waukegan Road commercial businesses. This will be a benefit for vehicles traveling on Waukegan Road. The clean-up plan includes signage to direct truck traffic to the loading area and away from the Church’s daycare entrance. 6. Adequate Facilities That adequate utilities, access roads, drainage and/or other necessary facilities have been or are being provided. Adequate utilities and facilities are currently available in the parking lots and will remain. 7. Adequate Buffering Adequate fencing and/or screening shall be provided to ensure the enjoyment of surrounding properties, to provide for the public safety or to screen parking areas and other visually incompatible uses. Significant landscaping will be provided as shown on the landscape plan. The landscaping will serve to improve aesthetics and buffer the view of the parking lot from Deerfield Road. 8. If in C-1 Village Center District That the establishment of the Special Use will not be injurious to the character of the C-1 Village Center District as a retail center for the Village. The proposed clean-up plan will not be injurious to the character of the C-1 Village Center District as a retail center. The property currently serves as a public parking lot for the Village and will continue to be utilized as such. The clean-up plan provides for improved circulation and safety through restriping, and provides for improved aesthetics through the new landscape buffer along Deerfield Road.

July 26, 2010 Memorandum To: Kent Street, Village Manager From: Tim Doron, Director of Transportation Planning Date: July 26, 2010 Re: Evaluation of Parking Options for Parking Lot NWC Deerfield Rd. and Waukegan Rd. The following gives some background and an evaluation of two parking options for the purpose of resurfacing the parking lot at the northwest corner of Deerfield Rd. and Waukegan Rd. As you will note two of the options attached are labeled Options C and D and thus indicate that these are the two resulting from a series of options discussed with you and staff. We have also referenced a drawing from one of your citizens, Mr. Dondanville, who obviously invested some time and effort in his drawing. It should be noted that our Option D used some of his concepts. I. Village Goals for the Site The site has been the subject of a number of plans and studies in recent years. As a temporary measure the Village has demolished some of the barriers on the site and wishes to restripe the lot to provide adequate parking, good circulation, safety and aesthetics. Because of the varied surrounding land uses, and variety of parkers, the design must accommodate both short and long term users, pedestrians, drop offs, and deliveries. Consequently, the following goals were referenced in its design. � Safety and efficiency in circulation � Utilize current access drives � Shift trucks and deliveries currently using Waukegan Rd. to the site � Pedestrian paths � Landscaping buffer � Bicycle facilities � Facilitate drop offs and circulation for the preschool at the north end of the site � Creation of a number of parking spaces that were somewhat representative of peak demands identified in previous studies. It should be noted that the amount of parking spaces is still subject to discussion by both the VCDC and Plan Commission. A previous study identified current supply as 166 spaces and peak demand at 11 a.m. on a weekday as 104 occupied spaces. The site was being used by the church, the Park District, some shoppers and employees of businesses to the east and south, and possibly some commuters - despite the three hour parking restriction. II. Design Alternative Discussion – Angled versus 90- Degree Ninety degree parking will provide the maximum amount of spaces on the site. This policy issue is still being discussed and consequently two alternatives showing both ninety degree and angled designs are offered at this time. The following discusses some of the pros and cons of each type.

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