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ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING, SITE DESIGN & ENGINEERING EXHIBITS

 

CASE STUDY

RESIDENTIAL MEMORY CARE   ·  ALZHEIMER'S & DEMENTIA SPECIFIC FACILITIES

 


STUDY CREDIT

Alzheimer's Disease [AD], also called Alzheimer disease, senile dementia of the Alzheimer type, primary degenerative dementia of the Alzheimer's type, or simply Alzheimer's, is the most common form of dementia.

This incurable, degenerative, and terminal disease was first described by German psychiatrist and neuropathologist Alois Alzheimer in 1906 and was named after him.

Most often, it is diagnosed in people over sixty-five [65] years of age, although the less-prevalent early-onset Alzheimer's can occur much earlier.

In 2006, there were 26.6 million sufferers worldwide. Alzheimer's is predicted to affect one [1] in eighty-five [85] people globally by 2050.

Although the course of Alzheimer's disease is unique for every individual, there are many common symptoms. The earliest observable symptoms are often mistakenly thought to be 'age-related' concerns, or manifestations of stress. In the early stages, the most common symptom is inability to acquire new memories, observed as difficulty in recalling recently observed events. When AD is suspected, the diagnosis is usually confirmed with behavioral assessments and cognitive tests, often followed by a brain scan if available.

As the disease advances, symptoms include confusion, irritability and aggression, mood swings, language breakdown, long-term memory loss, and the general withdrawal of the sufferer as their senses decline. Gradually, bodily functions are lost, ultimately leading to death. Individual prognosis is difficult to assess, as the duration of the disease varies. AD develops for an indeterminate period of time before becoming fully apparent, and it can progress undiagnosed for years. The mean life expectancy following diagnosis is approximately seven [7] years. Fewer than three [3%] percent of individuals live more than fourteen [14] years after diagnosis.

The cause and progression of Alzheimer's disease are not well understood. Research indicates that the disease is associated with plaques and tangles in the brain.

Currently used treatments offer a small symptomatic benefit; no treatments to delay or halt the progression of the disease are, as of yet, available. As of 2008, more than five hundred [500] clinical trials have been conducted for identification of a possible treatment for AD, but it is unknown if any of the tested intervention strategies will show promising results. A number of non-invasive, life-style habits have been suggested for the prevention of Alzheimer's disease, but there is a lack of adequate evidence for a link between these recommendations and reduced degeneration. Mental stimulation, exercise, and a balanced diet are suggested, as both a possible prevention and a sensible way of managing the disease.

Because AD cannot be cured and is degenerative, management of patients is essential. The role of the main caregiver is often taken by the spouse or a close relative. Alzheimer's disease is known for placing a great burden on caregivers; the pressures can be wide-ranging, involving social, psychological, physical, and economic elements of the caregiver's life.

In developed countries, Alzheimer's Disease is one of the most costly diseases to society.

 

VALUED INFORMATIONAL RESOURCE

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www.alzinfo.org

The Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation
One Intrepid Square
West 46th Street & 12th Avenue
New York, New York 10036

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REPRESENTATIONAL FACILITY
RMC.49SP  [PRIVATE OWNERSHIP]  CALIFORNIA
VILLAGE OF FALLBROOK  ·  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA  ·  UNITED STATES OF AMERICATBNC Alzheimer's Southerly Main Entrance Elevation Study.001

BRIEF PROJECT DESCRIPTION
APN 123.010.52.00    •    MUP P04-058    •    WDID 9 37C 355870     •    GP L15466

 

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49-Bed Assisted Living for The Elderly Facility, Certified by The State of California Under Title 22 of the Health and Safety Code, Including Two Suites Set Aside For Hospice.

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New Construction Single Story Facility with a Central Garden Courtyard.

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Comfortable "At Home" Atmosphere.

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24 Hour Continuous Supervision, Specific to Each Resident’s Need.

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Planned Activities, Exercise and Professional Entertainment Programs.

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Resident-Specific Meal Preparation and Service.

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Daily RN Visits to Monitor Blood Sugar Levels as Needed, Attention to Minor Wound Care and Dressing, and Blood Pressure Checks.

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Expansive Weekly Nursing Care Assessments, Including Checking Vitals, Reviewing Prescribed Medications, Communications with The Resident’s Physicians and Monitoring of Each Resident’s Well-Being.

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Beauty Salon Specific to Residents On-Site.

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On-Site Podiatrist Suite as Per Medicare Guidelines.

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Visiting Physicians Suite to Facilitate Private Patient Counseling.

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Ordering, Monitoring and Dispensing of the Resident’s Medications.

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Incontinent Care and Products.

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Commercial Standards Laundry & Linen On-Site

 

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REPRESENTIONAL INTERIOR  ·  FAMILY RECEPTION & RECEIVING ROOM  ·  ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS

 

SPECIFIC STUDY MODEL  ·  49-RESIDENCE  ·  UNIT ONE

FALLBROOK GENERAL INFORMATION

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Fallbrook is an unincorporated community in northern San Diego County, California. The Fallbrook census-designated place [CDP] population was 30,534 at the 2010 census, up from 29,100 at the 2000 census.


Fallbrook's downtown is not on any major highway route. It is six [6] miles [9.7 km] west of Interstate 15 or 5 miles (8.0 km) north of State Route 76. Fallbrook is situated immediately east of the U.S. Marine Corps' Camp Pendleton.

Fallbrook once housed a stagecoach stop for the stage that ran from Temecula to San Diego.

Fallbrook is known for its avocado groves and claims the title "Avocado Capital of the World." It is often called or known as "The Friendly Village." The Avocado Festival is held in the downtown strip annually and frequently draws large crowds.

 


STUDY CREDIT

FALLBROOK HISTORY

The community of Fallbrook began in the area known today as Live Oak County Park. The first permanent recorded settlement was in 1869, when the Vital Reche family settled here. They named the new community Fall Brook after their former homestead in Pennsylvania.

The present town site was plotted in 1885. The original Fallbrook School, though closed as a school in 1939, still serves the community as the Reche Clubhouse. One of the community’s churches was constructed in 1890 and is still in use today.

Oak trees were the original primary trees in Fallbrook. Olives became a major crop by the 1920s and continued through World War II, but were eventually phased out in favor of the present avocado and floral industry. There are over sixty wholesale and retail nurseries in the community.

 

FALLBROOK CLIMATE

Fallbrook has an average year-round temperature of 61 degrees. Due to the prevailing ocean breezes, the humidity is relatively low and constant.

The average daytime high in Fallbrook is 76 degrees, with the warmest summer temperatures seldom exceeding 90 degrees. Most of the area is frost-free; during the coldest periods the average nighttime temperature is about 42 degrees.

Annual rainfall is roughly 16 inches (41 cm) and comes mostly between November and April. The area is ideal for avocados, strawberries, tomatoes and many other sub-tropical fruits, vegetables, and flowers.

 

FALLBROOK GEOGRAPHY

Fallbrook stands at elevations between 500 and 1500 feet, with an average around 685 feet.

Fallbrook is located at 33°22′18″N 117°14′10″W.

The Fallbrook Community Planning Area is approximately 44 square miles [110 km2]. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 17.6 square miles [46 km2]. 17.5 square miles [45 km2] of it is land and 0.03 square miles [0.078 km2] of it (0.19%) is water.

 

FALLBROOK DEMOGRAPHICS  YEAR 2010

The 2010 United States Census reported that Fallbrook had a population of 30,534. The population density was 1,738.7 people per square mile [671.3/km²]. The racial makeup of Fallbrook was 20,454 [67.0%] White, 489 [1.6%] African American, 233 [0.8%] Native American, 592 [1.9%] Asian, 71 [0.2%] Pacific Islander, 7,372 [24.1%] from other races, and 1,323 [4.3%] from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 13,800 persons [45.2%].

The Census reported that 30,383 people [99.5%] of the population) lived in households, 94 [0.3%] lived in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 57 [0.2%] were institutionalized.

There were 9,999 households, out of which 3,929 [39.3%] had children under the age of 18 living in them, 5,953 [59.5%] were opposite-sex married couples living together, 1,140 [11.4%] had a female householder with no husband present, 577 [5.8%] had a male householder with no wife present. There were 528 [5.3%] unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 45 [0.5%] same-sex married couples or partnerships. 1,782 households [17.8%] were made up of individuals and 870 [8.7%] had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.04. There were 7,670 families [76.7% of all households]; the average family size was 3.40.

The population was spread out with 8,045 people [26.3%] under the age of 18, 3,768 people [12.3%] aged 18 to 24, 7,022 people [23.0%] aged 25 to 44, 7,457 people [24.4%] aged 45 to 64, and 4,242 people [13.9%] who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 34.7 years. For every 100 females there were 99.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 98.3 males.

There were 10,855 housing units at an average density of 618.1 per square mile [238.7/km²], of which 5,921 [59.2%] were owner-occupied, and 4,078 [40.8%] were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 2.4%; the rental vacancy rate was 8.5%. 17,274 people [56.6% of the population] lived in owner-occupied housing units and 13,109 people [42.9%] lived in rental housing units.

 

 

 

 

 

MARKETPLACE COMPARATIVE  ·  REGIONAL COMMUNITY
Memory Care Site Specific Facilities  ·  Comparable Level of Service

 

Comparable Level of Service Facility Study No: 01
ACTIVCARE LIVING AT BRESSI RANCH   ·  CARLSBAD  ·  CALIFORNIA

Comparable Level of Service   ·    Resident's Monthly Schedule    $ 6,500.00  -  $ 9,200.00

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Image Credits ActivCare Living

Now open, ActivCare at Bressi Ranch is a specialized senior living community that serves the changing needs of those with memory loss by offering a continuum of living options. The focus of each day is always on enhancing the lives of each and every resident.

ActivCare at Bressi Ranch's many levels of memory care provides compassionate care and promotes self-esteem and individual dignity throughout the stages of dementia and memory loss.

ActivCare is an innovative program that bridges the gap between retirement living and skilled nursing care, by recognizing what people with memory loss really need - activity, security and unconditional caring in a supportive, comfortable environment. ActivCare is designed to help residents maintain their highest functioning level in a home-like setting.

Since first opening, ActivCare has pioneered residential memory care and has provided compassionate care for more than 4,000 residents. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for those with memory loss by building on their individual personalities and strengths.

Each ActivCare community provides personalized memory care for residents in a secure environment with a supportive, loving atmosphere; stimulating activities; and specially trained, caring staff that promotes self-esteem and individual dignity.

ActivCare cares for individuals throughout the different stages of memory loss with proven programs and an experienced staff by enhancing the quality of life for its residents and families.

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Bressi Ranch Community

6255 Nygaard Street
Carlsbad   ·  California  92009
760.603.9999

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Comparable Level of Service Facility Study No: 02
SILVERADO SENIOR LIVING   ·  ESCONDIDO  ·  CALIFORNIA

Comparable Level of Service   ·    Resident's Monthly Schedule     $ 6,300.00  -  $ 8,500.00

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1500 Borden Road   ·    Escondido   ·   California   92026

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Silverado Senior Living at Escondido provides physical and emotional support for seniors with Alzheimer’s. This specialty care community, located in Escondido, California, enables residents to maintain the best health possible in a comfortable, compassionate setting.

Escondido utilizes effective techniques to personalize a care program to address the unique, changing needs of residents with dementia. Using no physical restraints and minimal medications, Escondido focuses on each senior’s strengths to promote autonomy and enhance a positive self image. Expert clinical care is led by a medical director and a registered nurse.

Residents of Escondido enjoy music, intergenerational programs, gardening, resident pets, and more. These life-enriching activities stimulate social, cognitive, and physical abilities.

By creating a meaningful life for their loved ones with dementia, Silverado at Escondido eases the burden on families. Respite and short-term care are also available.

 

SILVERADO MISSION & VISION STATEMENT

SILVERADO VISION
To give life to those affected by Alzheimer's and other memory impairing diseases.

 

SILVERADO MISSION
Silverado provides the highest quality of care and support to those with Alzheimer’s disease
or any other memory impairment, and their families, with dignity, respect, empathy and compassion.

To maximize the quality of life for our residents, clients and their families.

 

People with Alzheimer's disease can still have a substantial quality to their life. This is best achieved by optimizing our residents physical and emotional health and by providing an environment which is aesthetically pleasing and accommodating. This is further supported by having staff who are caring, trained, and empathetic to residents needs, concerns and fears, by giving residents opportunities for appropriate natural social interaction with family, peers, children and pets. We believe that having some control and decision making as well as responsibilities, provides a "life purpose" for residents, keeps them interested and involved, relieves boredom and increases the opportunity for them to have happier more fulfilled lives.

 

SILVERADO CORE VALUES

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To recognize value and build the human spirit in all we do.

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Getting Alzheimer's disease and other chronic disease doesn't have to be the end of living.

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Retain and build family unity through understanding and positive action.

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To provide all residents at each community with the level of care, I want my mother and yours to have [we would choose to place our own mothers at the community].

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To continuously innovate and improve the level of our services, setting the industry standard of care, doing the impossible. Economic rewards follow from quality service.

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To operate in a fiscally and socially responsible manner exceeding expectation for all constituencies/stakeholders, today and twenty [20] years from today.

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Increasing the quality of care for all people with dementia throughout the world.

 

 

SILVERADO ENVISIONED FUTURE

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Providing a guest relations program exceeding that of Disneyland's customer service program exceeding that of Nordstrom's.

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Develop innovative/research based solutions to the problems encountered by residents and their families.

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To become the global leader in providing care for chronic disease victims by the year 2020.


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@
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Silverado Senior Living Corporate Office

6400 Oak Canyon   ·   Suite 200
Irvine   ·   California  92618

949.240.7200 or 888.328.5400    Corporate Contact
949.240.7270    Corporate Facsimile

   

 

 

 

 

Comparable Level of Service Facility Study No: 03
STERLING AT VINTAGE HILLS   ·  TEMECULA  ·  CALIFORNIA

Comparable Level of Service   ·    Resident's Monthly Schedule     $ 7,800.00  -  $ 10,500.00

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WINE COUNTRY RESORT LIFESTYLE

Sterling at Vintage Hills is Temecula's most distinctive resort-style retirement community, overlooking the beautiful wine country of Temecula. We are proud to offer a campus lifestyle which includes an array of services ranging from Independent Living at "The Sheffield", Assisted Living at "The Inn", and Alzheimer's Care at "The Commons". Our comprehensive range of service allows one to receive the level of care and assistance that encourages a lifestyle of choice.

At Sterling, You will find yourself surrounded by beautifully manicured grounds and resort-style amenities, such as a swimming pool and jacuzzi, a putting green, billiards room, shuffle board and a full service beauty salon. Located nearby are restaurants, wineries, the quaint "Old Town" district, shopping, medical centers and houses of worship for your convenience

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MBK Senior Living is a company rich in tradition, and proud to offer today's seniors an alternative to typical retirement living. We encourage active, independent lifestyles, with residents enjoying access to stimulating activities and convenient amenities.

Our communities have a reputation for value, quality, and high standards of service. Each MBK community features a dynamic team of professionals working together to anticipate needs and preferences, and exceed the expectations of our residents and their families. This proven model of teamwork is the essence of the "MBK Difference."

Anticipating residents' changing needs, our communities are designed to offer a continuum of care: Independent Living, Assisted Living and Expanded Services for Memory Care. Each level-of-care is delivered in an environment that supports the independence and individuality of every resident, and includes access to fine dining, activities and wellness programs, personalized care, a 24-hour emergency response system and more.

Because moving to a retirement community can be a big decision, we invite you to visit our communities in person and experience the "MBK Difference." Join us for a complimentary overnight stay and enjoy the lifestyle and unmatched quality of care and service only a MBK community can provide. As our guest, you'll enjoy activities, meals, and social interaction with residents and staff. There's a difference here you're not likely to experience anywhere else.

 

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MEMORY CARE

MBK Senior Living's Memory Care program has been specifically designed to enhance the comfort and care of residents facing the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments. Our specially trained caregivers work together to enhance the independence and individuality of each resident, while providing peace-of-mind to their families.

Our Memory Care communities are provided in a secure environment, staffed with skilled professionals to handle the behavior associated with memory impairments. Similar to Assisted Living communities, our communities provide assistance with dressing, grooming, bathing, and other daily activities.

 

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THE STERLING AT VINTAGE HILLS

41780 Butterfield Stage Road
Temecula  ·  California 92592

951.506-5555 Contact    ·    951.922.6737 Facsimile

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Comparable Level of Service Facility Study No: 04
SILVERGATE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE   ·  FALLBROOK  ·  CALIFORNIA

Comparable Level of Service   ·  Resident's Monthly Schedule    $ 5,000.00  -  $ 7,500.00   [CYE 2012 Opening Specials]

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The Quaint Village of Fallbrook  ·  California

Located in the Village of Fallbrook, close to doctors and the local hospital, Silvergate Fallbrook is a full-service retirement residence offering independent living and assisted living services.

For a monthly rental fee that includes all services and amenities, one hundred [121] attractive studio, deluxe studio, one-bedroom suites and one bedroom, two [2] bath suites are available.

The warm and friendly atmosphere encourages residents to participate in activities and socialize with new friends. Licensed assisted living services are available to support each resident's changing needs, as they age in place without changing their accommodations.

 

Life Isn't Dull at Silvergate

Residents often have more energy and are more enthusiastic about life after they've moved to Silvergate.

That's because life just gets easier when you have a staff to take care of housekeeping, maintenance, transportation, and preparing and serving wonderful meals. And with day-to-day worries gone, our variety of social activities make each day unique and special.

 

DEMENTIA & MEMORY CARE

Safety, Security, Compassion, and Dignity

When a family member lives at Silvergate Suites, you can rest assured
that every action, every interaction, every activity, and every decision is focused on your loved one's well being.

 

SILVERGATE PROGRAMS OF CARE IS ALL INCLUSIVE

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Registered and Licensed Nurse Managers supervise 24 hours, 7 days a week. Providing the ability to anticipate the health related problems that may occur with a resident and to better communicate with physician and family.

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One of the highest staff to resident ratios you’ll find, ensuring immediate and personal attention.

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Our building is designed to feel like a home, but offers the safety of a secured perimeter, higher level of supervision, and 24-hour security.

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A staff of dedicated caregivers attends to the needs of residents 24 hours a day. Ongoing training ensures that the care we provide is of the highest quality and up to date with the latest medical advances.

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A variety of personal care services are provided by our capable, gentle, and compassionate staff. A tailored Care Plan may include: Medication management, bathing, dressing, grooming, and incontinence care.

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Dedicated housekeeping, maintenance, Chef, and laundry personnel are included in the team of support staff to ensure all aspects of residents needs are met with promptness and safety.

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All accommodations are part of a unique suite, which includes a living room, dining room, kitchen, and dedicated staff designed to promote the comforts of home.

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All meals and snacks are included. Proper nutrition is an essential element of maintaining health, so meals and snacks are specifically designed by a Registered Dietician and Chef to meet the needs of all residents.

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Program directors specifically trained in activities for memory care, design specialized programs to better meet the resident's individual needs and varied tastes.

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Transportation and escorting to physician appointments by our private driver.

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Respite Care is also available, space permitting.

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Spouses not needing memory care, can live conveniently steps away in the residence building so days can be spent together with ease.

 

A Word About Costs

Your monthly fee is based on a combination of the type of unit you've selected and the level of assisted living services that you receive.

At Silvergate, we provide a complete "plan of care" for each new resident and charge only for the level of care that is required.

For more information please contact David or Ashlee 760.744.4484

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Brandie Lopez  ·  Facility Contact

760.728.8880
420 Elbrook Drive  ·   Fallbrook   ·   California  92028

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CALIFORNIA LICENSURE
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Office of Regulations Development

744 P Street   ·  Mail Station 8-4-192
Sacramento  ·  California  95814
916.654.3286   Facsimile
E-mail: ord@dss.ca.gov

 Continuing Care Retirement Community

BRIEF OVERVIEW

Today's seniors are faced with many attractive options for retirement living. One of these options is a continuing care retirement community, or CCRC. CCRCs offer a long-term continuing care contract that provides for housing, residential services, and nursing care, usually in one location, and usually for a resident's lifetime.

All providers offering continuing care contracts must first obtain a certificate of authority and a residential care facility for the elderly (RCFE) license. In addition, CCRCs that offer skilled nursing services must hold a Skilled Nursing Facility License issued by the Department of Health Services.

The California Department of Social Services (Department), is responsible for the oversight of continuing care providers. The Department's Community Care Licensing Division has two branches that participate in the regulation. The Senior Care Program monitors continuing care providers for compliance with the Community Care licensing laws and regulations regarding buildings and grounds, accommodations, care and supervision of residents, and quality of service. The Continuing Care Contracts Branch is responsible for reviewing and approving applications to operate a CCRC and monitors the ongoing financial condition of all CCRC providers and their ability to fulfill the long-term contractual obligations to residents.

Whether you are a prospective resident, current resident or care provider, we are sure you will find useful information on our home page. It is the Department's goal to provide the best possible community care licensing service for the people of the State of California.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIGNIFICANT ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION SUCCESS
NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN MILLING STONE FEATURES INCLUDING MORTARS

NATIVE AMERICAN LANDS SENSITIVE HABITAT & SIGNIFICANT HISTORICAL DESIGNATION ENVIRONMENT

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National Archaeological Data Base Information

Type of Study: Literature Review and Survey
Area Covered: Approximately 2 Acres
Sites Previously Recorded: CA-SDI-11236/H
USGS 7.5' Quadrangle: Bonsall
Key Words: Positive Survey, Milling Features, Not Significant

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ABSTRACT

A comprehensive cultural resource study was prepared by Gallegos & Associates for the Fallbrook Community 49-Resident Memory Care Project, which consists of the development of an assisted living facility for the elderly. This study provides the results of a cultural resource literature review, record search update, and field survey for the two [2] acre project area.

This study was conducted in compliance with County of San Diego guidelines and the California Environmental Quality Act [CEQA]. The record search update and literature review identified one previously recorded cultural resource site [CA-SDI-11236/H] within the project area. Site CA-SDI-11236/H consists of a prehistoric and historic component. The prehistoric component is a habitation site with midden soil and milling features. The historic component is a 1920s reinforced concrete bridge, however this bridge is closed to vehicle traffic.

The field survey was positive and a small portion of site CA-SDI-11236/H was relocated at the southeast end of the project area. Four [4] bedrock milling features were identified, however previous grading has moved these features from their original location. No surface artifacts were located within the project area. The historic bridge was relocated, however this structure is situated outside of the Fallbrook Community 49-Resident Memory Care Project area.

The portion of site CA-SDI-11236/H within the current project area is identified as not significant under CEQA and RPO guidelines, as this area is extremely disturbed and the milling features are not in situ. As the milling features can contribute to the overall project, the milling features are recommended to be incorporated within the fabric of the Fallbrook Community 49-Resident Memory Care Project area, such as placement within the oak-enhanced slope or entry area, or within a meditation, passive area.

 

 HISTORICAL ELEMENT CIRCA 1920s REINFORCED CONCRETE BRIDGE STRUCTURE
SPANNING THE OSTRICH FARMS CREEK FLOWLINE

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ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING

The project area is located in the community of Fallbrook, in northeast San Diego County. The surrounding area is characterized by a series of hills, valleys, and drainages that border the San Luis Rey River. Because of previous grading and quarrying, the majority of the project area is flat and lacks vegetation. Vegetation is present along the north, west, and south perimeter of the project area and consists of oaks, non-native grasses, some native re-growth, willows, and sycamores within the streambed.

BACKGROUND - PRECONTACT

Native Americans have occupied San Diego County over the past 10,000 years. The period from 10,000 to 1,300 years ago is referred to as the Early Period or Archaic Period. The San Dieguito are generally accepted as the first inhabitants of the region, occupying San Diego County as early as 10,000 years ago. The initial occupation, usually referred to as the San Dieguito Complex, is believed to represent a people who entered San Diego County from the desert. These people hunted, fished, milled plant foods, and collected and processed shellfish. The occupation from roughly 8,300 to 1,300 years is also referred to as the La Jolla Complex and Pauma Complex.

Archaeological sites reflecting this occupation are coastal shell habitation sites, inland hunting and milling campsites, and quarry sites. The San Dieguito and La Jolla / Pauma Complexes are believed by the author to be of the same cultural stock, representing one long period of occupation by one people. Occupation after 1,300 years ago [Late Period] is well documented by the numerous Kumeyaay / Diegueño and Luiseño habitation sites. Artifacts and cultural patterns reflecting this Late Period occupation include small projectile points, pottery, obsidian from Obsidian Butte, and cremations.

The project area is within the Luiseño territory as described by Kroeber [1925].

 

SITE HISTORY FOR  CA-SDI-11236/H

Site CA-SDI-11236/H was originally recorded by Joyner and Noah [1989b] as a prehistoric milling site consisting of approximately twenty [20] mortars, four [4] basins, and several slicks. Artifacts noted on the surface included at least two [2] mano fragments and several metavolcanic and quartzite flakes. A midden area with fire-affected rock, approximately 5 x 20 m in area, was also identified.


Additional recording was conducted by Brian F. Mooney and Associates in 1989 [Saunders 1989], which enlarged the site boundary [Figure 1-4]. An historic component, consisting of State Bridge #57-473 [County Bridge # H53B-B1] was also identified adjacent to site CA-SDI-11236/H [Figure 1-5]. The bridge was originally constructed in the 1920s as a portion of Mission Road, however Mission Road was eventually re-routed to divert traffic east of the bridge [Joyner and Noah 1989b]. The bridge was later given to the County of San Diego in 1948 and currently is no longer in use. In 1989, the bridge was identified by Steve Mikesell as not eligible to the National Register of Historic Places [Joyner and Noah 1989a]. However, the bridge may be significant at the local or state level.

A total of six [6] STPS were excavated at site CA-SDI-11236/H northeast and south of the historic bridge, however all STPs were negative [Joyner and Noah 1989b].

 

 

TBNC INITIAL SITE RECONNASAINCE AND FIELD RECORDING REGISTRY

SIGNIFICANT NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL & HISTORICAL ELEMENTS   ·   BEDROCK MILLING FEATURES
GREY SCALE REFERENCE EXHIBIT

SIGNIFICANT ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION  ·  SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATION

The study included a literature review, field survey, and recording of milling features within the approximately two [2] acre project area. The literature review and record search were positive, identifying one prehistoric and historic cultural resource [CA-SDI- 11236/H]. The field survey was positive, relocating site CA-SDI-11236/H, however the portion of site CA-SDI-11236/H within the project area is extremely disturbed and the milling features are not in situ.

Given the level of disturbance and lack of original site provenience for CA-SDI-11236/H, that portion of CA-SDI-11236/H within the project area is identified as not significant under CEQA and RPO criteria, and no additional subsurface cultural resource work is recommended. The milling features, although not significant, could contribute to the overall project, and as such are recommended to be incorporated within the fabric of the Fallbrook Community 49-Resident Memory Care Project area, such as placement within the oak-enhanced slope or entry area, or within a meditation, passive area.

 

TBNC INITIAL SITE PLACEMENT STUDY  ·  MILLING FEATURES EMBEDMENT WITHIN A PARKLANDS SETTING
PUBLIC VIEWING AND SITE VISITATIONS OPPORTUNITIES [FAVORED BY LOCAL COMMITTEE]


ABSTRACT
INCORPORATE FOUND ON-SITE SIGNIFICANT NATIVE AMERICAN GRANITIC MILLING STONES INTO THE FABRIC OF THE LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS

 

1

Provide the best professional effort in site relocation to allow for public viewing and community display as an element of the proposed Community Pathway Program and the scheduled development of the Pocket Park improvements, off site at the Historic Concrete Bridge.

 

2

As an element of the granitic stones site placement, provide Graphic Informational Signage with Historical and Educational Narrative, to the benefit of the site-visiting community.

 

3

Do NOT site place the granitic stone boulders within the existing and undisturbed Fallbrook Public Utility District [FPUD] utility easements.

 

4

Do NOT site place the granitic stone boulders within existing and/or proposed travelway easements and/or proposed roadway surfaces, or in areas of Irrevocable Offers of Dedication[IOD] Improvement Schedules [Overland Trail, a Private Road].

 

5

Provide spatial clearances to County of San Diego Development Standards for the project's proposed underground utilities, including sewer mains, potable, irrigation and reclaimed water services, SWMP Drainage, telecommunications and site security elements. 

 

6

Assure unfettered and unobstructed southbound traffic viewline clearance per the predetermined and scheduled easement at Overland Trail and South Mission Road Intersection [refer to Traffic and Circulation Studies].

 

7

Embed the granitic milling stones per the schedule generated by the Project's Archeologist and Landscape Architect to present the features as a recreation of in situ conditions, and replication environment.

 

 


 

SITE SPECIFIC MEMORY CARE FACILITY    ·    PROJECT INFORMATIONAL GRAPHICS
REPRESENTATIONAL EXHIBITS

MONUMENT SIGNAGE

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Architectural Monument Signs are a great way to let potential visitors and guests know where you are located. They are always visible, night or day, ready attract new patrons. A monument sign can turn a casual passerby into a valuable repeat visitor just by being noticeable and attractive.

Architectural Monument Signs increase a resort's exposure to the visiting public. They are physical representations of the business and promote the facility's corporate image simply by being where they can be seen by both foot traffic and vehicular traffic.

Architectural Monument Signs are on display twenty-four [24] hours a day, 365 days a year, all seasons and in all kinds of weather conditions. Simple, yet tasteful illumination makes them even more visible, especially at night and from greater distances than non-illuminated signs.

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BRIEF AERIAL SITE STUDY NARRATIVE   ·   FALLBROOK SITE SPECIFIC 49-RESIDENCE MEMEORY CARE [RMC] FACILITY

     

KEY

REFERENCE FILE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

01.01.AS.RMC.RH.01

Project Main Entry & Primary Access Point, Improved to NCFPD & County of San Diego DPLU, per MUP P04.058 Approval.

01.01.AS.RMC.RH.02

Project Northerly Service and EMS Secondary Entrance, Sonar Control Gate System per NCFP & County of San Diego.

01.01.AS.RMC.RH.03

Dedicated Offsite Roadway Improvements Area Supporting SB Deceleration Lane & Mandatory Right Turn Only Control.

01.01.AS.RMC.RH.04

Recorded Site Condition Irrevocable Offer to Dedicate [IOD] Forty [40'] Ft. Public Use Roadway Improvements..

01.01.AS.RMC.RH.05

Existing & Undisturbed Onsite Project Fire Hydrant and Potable Water Point of Connection [POC] and Control.

01.01.AS.RMC.RH.06

Proposed Project Northerly Fire Hydrant and Fire Sprinkler Main Point of Connection [POC] Service & Control Device.

01.01.AS.RMC.BB.01

Established and Undisturbed Ostrich Farms Creek Flowline Southerly. Streamflow Granitic Embedded at Historical Bridge.

01.01.AS.RMC.BB.02

Established and Undisturbed Ostrich Farms Creek in Structural Channel Beneath South Mission Road [SMR.13].

01.01.AS.RMC.BB.03

Significant Offsite Stormwater Flowage Management and SWMP Control from Westerly Upslope Properties.

01.01.AS.RMC.BB.04

Area of Prescribed SWMP Grassy Turf Bioswale and Hydrology Retention & Recharge Improvements in Resident's Parkland.

01.01.AS.RMC.GC.01

Existing and Nurtured Oak Woodland Outcropping to be Incorporated within the Lands ape Planting Improvements.

01.01.AS.RMC.GC.02

Existing and Undisturbed Neighboring Significant Oak Woodlands, Serving as Addition project View-Screening Mitigation.

01.01.AS.RMC.GC.03

Area of Exhaustive Existing Slope Erosion Control and SWMP Planting Management per NCFPD & County of San Diego.

01.01.AS.RMC.OC.01

Area of Dedicated Community Linear Pathway Improvements with Companion Information & Safety Signage, Typical.

01.01.AS.RMC.OC.02

Area of Project Offsite Prescribed Community Benefit Pocket Park at the Historical Concrete Bridge Environment, Typical..

01.01.AS.RMC.TC.01

Property Line Placement of Enhanced Site Security Fencing and Limits Line of Project Development, Typical.

01.01.AS.RMC.TC.02

Area of Enhanced Exterior Mounted HVAC & Site Equipment by Sound Barrier Stucco Clad CMU Walls with Finish Cap.

01.01.AS.RMC.TC.03

Area of Neighborhood Benefiting View-Screening Specimen Tree Plantings with Water Conserving Irrigation, Typical.

01.01.AS.RMC.BD.01

Area of Site Found [Previously Relocated] and to be Repositioned Significant Granitic Native American Indian Milling Stone.

01.01.AS.RMC.BD.02

Area of Southbound [SR.13 S/B] Deceleration Lane and "Must Turn Right" Intersection per County of San Diego.

01.01.AS.RMC.BD.03

Area of Southbound [SR.13 S/B] Deceleration Lane and "Must Turn Right" Dedicated Roadway Improvements, Typical.

01.01.AS.RMC.BD.04

Area of Significant Long-Term Southerly Viewline [SR.13] Maintenance, Assuring Traffic Travel Safety Distance per Studies.

     

 

 

ABBREVIATED REPORT & EXHIBIT SERIES FOR SITE PLANNING PRESENTATION ONLY

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STUDY AREA ROADWAYS AND EXISTING TRAFFIC VOLUMES

The study area included S. Mission Road adjacent to the project site. S. Mission Road from E. Mission Road to SR-76 is classified as a Major Road with Bike Lanes on the County Circulation Element map (a copy of the County Circulation Element map is included in Attachment A). This section of roadway generally has a pavement cross-section of approximately 32 feet with one travel lane (about 12 feet in width) and adjacent bike lane (about 4 feet in width) in each direction. Along the project frontage, the roadway generally has a pavement cross-section of approximately 44 feet with one travel lane (about 12 feet in width) and adjacent bike lane (about 4 feet in width) in each direction with a painted center two way left turn lane of approximately 10 feet in width. A daily traffic volume of 19,822 was collected on 5/17/05. The posted speed limit is 50 Miles Per Hour (MPH) with a northbound 85th percentile speed of 55.5 MPH and southbound 85th percentile speed of 59.5 MPH. The existing daily traffic volume on S. Mission Road adjacent to the project was collected on Tuesday, May 17, 2005.

Overland Trail is not classified on the County Circulation Element map. Overland Trail is a roadway between S. Mission Road and Olive Hill Road in the vicinity of the project site. Residences on Overland Trail can access both S. Mission Avenue and Olive Hill Road. A daily traffic volume of 162 was collected during the week of September 27th, 2005. A sign is posted on Overland Trail near S. Mission Avenue that states "Private Road No Trespass or Thru Traffic 2821-2909 Overland Only". A field visit was conducted to determine if this roadway is gated as shown in current Thomas Guides (roadway map atlas). The field visit concluded that there is no gate on Overland Trail between S. Mission Road and Olive Hill Road. A field visit was also conducted by TBNC, which concluded that no gate or gate hardware was found. TBNC findings are included in Attachment B. The existing daily traffic volumes, existing roadway conditions, and 85th percentile speeds are shown in Figure 3. Copies of the data are included in Attachment C.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND TRAFFIC GENERATION

The project (P04-058) is a new 49 bed assisted living facility for the elderly. The facility is solely for Alzheimer and Dementia patients, who do not drive and unfortunately have limited visitors. The project site of approximately 2 acres is currently vacant.

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PROJECT DISTRIBUTION AND ASSIGNMENT

Fifty percent [50%] of the project trips were assigned to/from the north on South Mission Road and fifty percent [50%] were assigned to/from the south on South Mission Road based on discussions with the applicant.

The project distribution and daily traffic volume assignment are shown in Figure 4.

 

COUNTY SIGNIFICANCE CRITERIA

Based on the County of San Diego Guidelines for Determining Significance, a project may have a direct and or cumulative impact if the significance criteria is exceeded as shown in Table 2.

A direct impact would occur when the significance criteria is exceeded.

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If the proposed project exceeds the values provided in the above table, then the individually proposed project would result in a direct traffic impact. Specific improvements to mitigate direct impacts must be identified. A cumulative impact would occur when two conditions are met: 1) build-out of all near term projects will result in a cumulative traffic impact and 2) the amount of traffic generated by the individual proposed project contributes (even in a small part) to that cumulative impact. Both conditions must be met for an individual project to result in a cumulative traffic impact.

SEGMENT ANALYSIS

A segment analysis on South Mission Road was prepared to document existing, and existing + project conditions. Under existing + project conditions, no direct traffic impacts were calculated because the project adds 28 ADT to S. Mission Road north of the project and 28 ADT to S. Mission Road south of the project, which is less than the allowable increase of 100 ADT on a 2 lane congested (LOS F) roadway as shown previously in Table 2. The segment analysis is summarized in Table 3.

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REPRESENTIONAL TRAFFIC STUDY LEGEND
LOS Engineering, Inc..

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A traffic count is a count of vehicular traffic along a particular road, either done electronically or by people counting by the side of the road .Traffic counts can be used by local governing agencies to identify which routes are used most, and to either improve that road or provide an alternative if there is an excessive amount of traffic. Also, some geography fieldwork involves a traffic count. They are useful for comparing two or more roads, and also can be used alongside other methods to find out where the Central Business District [CBD] of a community is located.

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TRAFFIC COUNTER DEVICES

A traffic counter is a device, often electronic in nature, used to count, classify, and/or, measure the speed of vehicular traffic passing along a given roadway.

The device is usually deployed in near proximity to the roadway and uses an intrusive medium, such as pneumatic road tubes laid across the roadway, piezo-electric sensors embedded in the roadway, inductive loops cut into the roadway, or a combination of these to detect the passing vehicles. Recently, in the interest of worker safety and ease of installation, non-intrusive technologies have been developed. These devices generally use some sort of transmitted energy such as radar waves or infrared beams to detect vehicles passing over the roadway. One of the first traffic counting units, called traffic recorders, was introduced in 1937 and operated off a strip laid across the street and operated off a six volt battery. Each hour it printed off a paper strip with the total for that hour.

Road speed limits are used in most countries to regulate the speed of road vehicles. Speed limits may define maximum [which may be variable], minimum or no speed limit and are normally indicated using a traffic sign. Speed limits are commonly set by the legislative bodies of nations or provincial governments and enforced by national or regional police and / or judicial authorities.

The first maximum speed limit was the 10 mph [16 km/h] limit introduced in the United Kingdom in 1861. From 2005 to 2010, the highest posted speed limit was 160 km/h [99 mph] in Abu Dhabi, although this was reduced to 140 km/h [87 mph] in 2011. However, some roads have no speed limit for certain classes of vehicles. Best known are Germany's less congested Autobahns where automobile drivers have no mandated maximum speed. Measurements from the German State of Brandenburg in 2006 show average speeds of 137 km/h [85 mph] on 4-lane sections, and 142 km/h [88 mph] on 6-lane sections, without mandatory speed limits. Rural areas on the Isle of Man, the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra also lack speed limits, but speeds are lower when measured on those lower design roads.

Speed limits are usually set to attempt to cap road traffic speed; there are several reasons for wanting to do this. It is often done with an intention to improve road traffic safety and reduce the number of road traffic casualties from traffic collisions. In their World report on road traffic injury prevention report, the World Health Organization [WHO] identify speed control as one of various interventions likely to contribute to a reduction in road casualties. [The WHO estimated that some 1.2 million people were killed and 50 million injured on the roads around the world in 2004.]

Speed limits may also be set in an attempt to reduce the environmental impact of road traffic [vehicle noise, vibration, emissions], to reduce fuel use and to satisfy local community wishes.

Speed limits are used to reduce the differences in vehicle speeds by drivers using the same road at the same time which increases safety. In situations where the natural road speed is considered too high, notably on urban areas where speed limits below 50 km/h [31 mph] are used then traffic calming is often also used. For some classes of vehicle speed limiters may be mandated to enforce compliance.

Since they have been introduced, speed limits have been opposed from various sources; including motoring advocacy groups, anti-motoring groups and others who either consider them to be irrelevant, set too low or set too high.

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OVERLAND TRAIL TRAFFIC VOLUMES AND REALIGNMENT

The existing traffic volume on Overland Trail is 162 ADT. A future traffic volume is not available on the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) website for Overland Trail, because this is a minor roadway. The segment of Overland Trail closer to South Mission Road is almost completely populated by developed lots. Several undeveloped lots appear to exist along Overland Trail closer to Olive Hill Road. Based on the quality of the roadway, traffic closer to Olive Hill Road would most likely travel toward Olive Hill Road rather than towards S. Mission Road. There does not appear to be an existing or proposed traffic generator that would create a significant increase in future volumes on Overland Trail. Overland Trail is proposed to be realigned into the south project driveway before reaching South Mission Road as shown on the site plan. The realignment will eliminate the existing skewed alignment of Overland Trail with S. Mission Road. In a comment letter dated January 30, 2006, County staff requested that 1) the proposed intersection would reside completely within the project site and outside of the ultimate right-of-way for S. Mission Road, and 2) appropriate separation should be provided to avoid stacking onto the public road. A figure showing that the proposed intersection as it resides completely outside the ultimate right-of-way for S. Mission Road is shown in Attachment H. A queuing analysis was prepared using Synchro 6.0 (Trafficware Corporation, 2003) software. The 95th percentile queue for egress vehicles from the project driveway onto S. Mission Road was at most 1 vehicle; therefore, on-site vehicle queuing is not calculated to exceed the 20 feet between the ultimate S. Mission Road ROW and the realigned Overland Trail on-site intersection (intersection volumes and calculations included in Attachment H).

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PROJECT CORNER SIGHT DISTANCE

Project access is proposed from two [2] driveways on South. Mission Road. Left turns into the project driveways will be able to leave the travel lane and use the existing center two way left turn lane along the project frontage. The county of San Diego corner sight distance requirements for the project are summarized below in Table 4.

As shown in Table 4, the corner sight distance was observed at both driveways in both directions; however, the south driveway may have a possible corner sight distance obstruction by future vegetation growth on the southwest corner of South Mission Road and Overland Trail.

Due to the excessive rains this last winter and spring, the extra vegetation growth may not be typical. A picture of the sight distance obstruction is included in Attachment E. A clear space easement will by submitted under separate cover by the applicant after the final driveway design is approved by County staff.

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PROJECT ACCESS, STRIPING AND SIGNING, & DRIVEWAY SPACING AND WIDTH

Project access is proposed via two driveways on S. Mission Road. Northbound left-turn movements into the project driveways can be accomplished from the center two way left turn lane along the project frontage. The center two way left turn lane is shown on the site plan. A copy of a striping and signing plan prepared by a separate consultant is included in Attachment F.

The San Diego County intersection spacing requirements state that alignment or 300 feet spacing is required between a circulation roadway and a non-circulation roadways. The project driveways are considered non-circulation roadways. The two project driveways are proposed to be constructed 300 feet apart as shown on the site plan. The proposed 40' southern driveway is based on a request by County staff as documented in the meeting notes dated 7/21/04 of which a copy is included in Attachment G.

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CONCLUSION

The project (P04-058) is a new 49 bed assisted living facility for the elderly calculated to generate 56 ADT. Under existing + project conditions, no direct traffic impacts were calculated because the project adds 28 ADT to S. Mission Road north of the project and 28 ADT to S. Mission Road south of the project, which are less than the allowable increase of 100 ADT on a 2 lane congested (LOS F) roadway. The County of San Diego has developed an overall programmatic solution that addresses existing and projected future road deficiencies in the unincorporated portion of San Diego County. This program includes the adoption of a Transportation Impact Fee (TIF) program to fund improvements to roadways necessary to mitigate potential cumulative impacts caused by traffic from future development. Based on SANDAG regional growth and land use forecasts, the SANDAG Regional Transportation Model was utilized to analyze projected build-out (year 2030) development conditions on the existing circulation element roadway network throughout the unincorporated area of the County. Based on the results of the traffic modeling, funding necessary to construct transportation facilities that will mitigate cumulative impacts from new development was identified. Existing roadway deficiencies will be corrected through improvement project funded by other public funding sources, such as TransNet, gas tax, and grants. Potential cumulative impacts to the region's freeways have been addressed in SANDAG's Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). This plan, which considers freeway buildout over the next 30 years, will use funds from TransNET, state, and federal funding to improve freeways to projected level of service objectives in the RTP.

The proposed project generates 56 ADT. These trips will be distributed on circulation element roadways in the County that were analyzed by the TIF program, some of which currently or are projected to operate at inadequate levels of service. These project trips therefore contribute to a potential significant cumulative impact and mitigation is required. The potential growth represented by this project was included in the growth projections upon which the TIF project is based. Therefore, payment of the TIF, which will be required at issuance of building permits, in combination with other components of the program describe above, will mitigate potential cumulative impacts to less than significant.

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In summary, it is recommended that the project applicant shall:

1) Obtain any required construction and encroachment permits for all work along the project frontage within the County's right-of-way.
2) Pay into the TIF program based on fifty-six [56] ADT to mitigate any cumulative traffic impacts.

The TIF cost per trip for Fallbrook is $904.92 ($10,859 per EDU, were 1 EDU = 12 ADT; therefore, 1 ADT = $904.92 - Attachment I). The applicant understand that the TIF
program costs are subject to change as the TIF is updated annually and the fees are adjusted to reflect the engineering cost index. A letter from the applicant agreeing to the TIF program is also included in Attachment I. The total fee for this project is calculated at $50,675.52 [56 ADT x $904.92].

3) Prepare a new traffic study if the proposed use would ever change from an Alzheimer and Dementia patient care facility.


 


 

 

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GP L15466   ·   MUP P04-058   ·   01.07  ·  GRADING PLAN STUDY EXHIBITS   ·   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVAL SET 

TBNC GP L15466 Fallbrook Alzheimer's Care Facility Grading Plan Set Exhibits USA


KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  SD DPLU CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

01.07.GPRHEP.001

Grading Plan, Hydrology, SWMP, Conditions of Approval Engineer of Record, Certifications and Ink Stamp, Typical.

01.07.GPRHEP.002

Project Engineering General Standards and Conditions, Certifications and Recordings, Typical.

01.07.GPRHEP.003

North County Fire Protection District [NCFPD] Certifications of Grading Plan Improvements & Details Schedules, Typical.

01.07.GPRHEP.004

Certified Regional and Local Benchmark Recordings, Engineering Data Source and GOP L 15466 Control Stations.

01.07.GPBBEP.001

Plan Set Legends & Schedules : Hydrology, SWMP and Pre and Post Construction, Erosion Control and Site Maintenance.

01.07.GPBBEP.002

SWMP and Hydrology Schedules: Pre and Post Construction, Best Management Practices [BMP] and Erosion Control.

01.07.GPGCEP.001

Special Site Conditions Schedule: Site Development Environmental Management, Control, Conditions and Specifications.

01.07.GPGCEP.002

Plan Set General Conditions: Hydrology, SWMP and Pre and Post Construction, Erosion Control and Site Maintenance.

01.07.GPGCEP.003

Site Pre-Construction and Course of Construction [CoC] Erosion Control Systems and Methodologies Schedules.

01.07.GPOCEP.001

County of San Diego DPLU:  Land Planning and Land Use General Conditions and Specifications, Typical.

01.07.GPOCEP.002

Grading Plan & SWMP General Conditions and Standards per Director of Engineering, County of San Diego.

01.07.GPOCEP.003

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority [SDCRAA] Prescribed L18 Overflight Easement and Recorded Dedications.

01.07.GPTCEP.001

Grading Plan KEY Map and Sheet Index Schedule with Match Line Depiction, Collective Site Map Presentation, Typical.

01.07.GPTCEP.002

Schedule of Proposed Public & Private Site-Specific Utility Service Providers and Contact Information, Typical.

01.07.GPTCEP.003

Representational Site-Specific Legends, Keys, Schedules and Notes, Descriptive Plan Set Details, Typical.

01.07.GPBDEP.001

Site Identification Assessor's Parcel Number 123.010.52.00, DPLU Log. No;, and Fee Title Holding Information.

01.07.GPBDEP.002

Vicinity Map Depiction; Subject Site-Specific Major Use Permit [MUP] RMC Facility Development Environs.

01.07.GPBDEP.003

Director of Engineering County of San Diego General GP L15466 Notes and Site-Specific Conditions, Typical.

01.07.GPBDEP.004

Site-Specific RMC Memory Care Facility Legal Property Fee Title Recordings and Certifications.

01.07.GPBDEP.005

Fallbrook Public Utility District [FPUD] Wastewater / Sewer Services Capacities and Grading Plan Certification, Typical.

01.07.GPBDEP.006

FPUD Potable and Fire Suppression Water Services Capacities and Grading Plan Certification, Typical.

 

 

GP L15466   ·   MUP P04-058   ·   02.07  ·  GRADING PLAN STUDY EXHIBITS   ·   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVAL SET 

TBNC GP.L15466 Fallbrook Alzheimer's Grading Plan Exhibits Sheet 02 of 07 USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  SD DPLU CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

02.07.GPRHEP.005

Project's Northerly EMS / NCFPD, Services & Supplies, Physicians and Staff Gated Access Point with Video & Sonar Control.

02.07.GPRHEP.006

Site Northerly New Installation Fire Hydrant and Fire Suppression Water Point of Connection [POC],

02.07.GPRHEP.007

Facility Fire Sprinkler Control Station, Metering, and Primary Supply Enclosure, NCFPD Applicable Standards, Typical.

02.07.GPBBEP.003

Area of Significant Westerly Upslope Originating Surface Water Sheetflow, SWMP Controls at Property Line, Typical.

02.07.GPBBEP.004

Treatment Control Best Management Practices [BMP] Schedules, Notes and Specified Details Statement, Typical.

02.07.GPBBEP.005

Offsite Generation OS Calculations & Q100 SWMP Hydrology Statements as Scheduled Elements of Grading Plan.

02.07.GPBBEP.006

SWMP, Hydrological and Grassy Bioswale Retention and Recharge Drainage Systems and Hardware Methodologies.

02.07.GPBBEP.007

Facility Courtyard, Positive Gutter Downspout, Storm & Surface Waters Discharge Beneath Structure to Bioswale Receptors.

02.07.GPBBEP.008

Resident's Enhanced Landscaped Parkland SWMP Grassy Bioswale, Stormwater Retention and Recharge Surfaces.

02.07.GPGCEP.004

Significant Erosion Control Management Associated with Westerly Originating Surface Stormwater, including Devices.

02.07.GPGCEP.005

Vegetive Applications, Treatment Control Best Management Practices [BMPs], Notes and Specified Details, Typical.

02.07.GPGCEP.006

Enhanced Landscaped Parkland SWMP Grassy Bioswale, Stormwater Retention and Recharge Surfaces, Typical.

02.07.GPOCEP.004

Enhanced Slope Gradients, Retaining Walls including Subterranean Drainage Hardware, and Directional Flow Control.

02.07.GPOCEP.005

Site Specific CMU Retaining Walls, Storm and Surface Water Drainage Receptors, and SWMP Control Systems, Typical.

02.07.GPOCEP.006

Grading Plan Secondary Benchmark Engineering Control Record and Identification / Site Recordings.

02.07.GPOCEP.007

Area of Scheduled South Mission Road [SR.13] Southbound [SB] Roadway Improvements and Deceleration Lane, Typical.

02.07.GPOCEP.008

Area of Proposed Community Linear Pathway and Site Landscape Enhancement, with Project Site Recorded Dedications.

02.07.GPBDEP.007

Inventory and Description of Series of Project Site Recorded Easements and Dedications; Fee Title Recordings Validation.

02.07.GPBDEP.008

Proposed Site Improvement Easements, Dedications and Irrevocable Offer to Dedicate [IOD] Overland Trail Development.

02.07.GPBDEP.009

Schedule of Project;s Entitlement Improvements Offsite & Onsite, IOD and Public Dedications and File Recordings.

02.07.GPBDEP.010

Grading Plan, Hydrology, SWMP, Conditions of Approval Engineer of Record, Certifications and Ink Stamp, Typical.

 

 

GP L15466   ·   MUP P04-058   ·   03.07  ·  GRADING PLAN STUDY EXHIBITS   ·   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVAL SET 

TBNC GP.L15466 County of San Diego Approved Grading Plan Set Fallbrook Alzheimer's Care Facility USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  SD DPLU CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

03.07.GPRHEP.008

Project Main Entry and Circular Full Surface NCFPD Fire Control Accessibility Surface & Horizontal Clearances.

03.07.GPRHEP.009

South Mission Road [SR.13] & Overland Trail [Private] Intersection and Public Roadway Improvements Scheduled.

03.07.GPRHEP.010

Overland Trail Forty [40'] Ft. Irrevocable Offer to Dedicate [IOD] and Improvements to Public Use Standards and Conditions.

03.07.GPRHEP.011

Project Main Entry Grand Porte Cochere with Full Surface NCFPD Fire Control and EMS Accessibility, Typical.

03.07.GPRHEP.012

Existing and Undisturbed NCFPD Fire Hydrant and FPUD Area Service Water Control & Project's Point of Connection [POC].

03.07.GPBBEP.009

Long-Established Existing and Undisturbed Ostrich Farms Creek Flowline within an Oak Woodland, Southerly Flow Typical.

03.07.GPBBEP.010

Area of One Hundred [100] Year Flood Inundation [Q100] Schedule, Reformulated in SWMP / Hydrology Studies, Typical.

03.07.GPBBEP.011

Area of Prescribed and Site-Engineered Grassy Bioswale with Stormwater Retention and Recharge Capacities.

03.07.GPBBEP.012

SWMP Main Drain Systems and Hardware Methodologies, Discharge to Ostrich farms Creek Southerly Flow, Typical.

03.07.GPBBEP.013

SWMP Main Drain Systems and Hardware Profile & Sections Study, Supports Hydrology and Site Drainage Conditions.

03.07.GPBBEP.014

Facility Courtyard, Positive Gutter Downspout, Storm & Surface Waters Discharge Beneath Structure to Bioswale Receptors.

03.07.GPBBEP.015

Offsite Generation OS Calculations & Q100 SWMP Hydrology Statements as Scheduled Elements of Grading Plan.

03.07.GPGCEP.007

Significant Erosion Control Management Associated with Westerly Originating Surface Stormwater, including Devices.

03.07.GPGCEP.008

Vegetive Applications, Treatment Control Best Management Practices [BMPs], Notes and Specified Details, Typical.

03.07.GPGCEP.009

Erosion Slope Treatment Control Best Management Practices [BMP] Schedules, Notes and Specified Details Statement.

03.07.GPGCEP.010

Enhanced Landscaped Parkland SWMP Grassy Bioswale, Stormwater Retention and Recharge Surfaces, Typical.

03.07.GPOCEP.009

Site-Engineered CMU Structural Retaining Walls, Positive Sheetflow Drainage Receptors and Scheduled Hardware.

03.07.GPOCEP.010

Dedicated Offsite Roadway Improvements Area Supporting SB Deceleration Lane & Mandatory Right Turn Only Control.

03.07.GPOCEP.011

Overland Trail  [a Private Road] Public Roadway Approach Improvements per County of San Diego Standards, Typical.

03.07.GPBDEP.011

Historic Concrete Bridge Sited Offsite Project to Receive Scheduled Parkland Maintenance by Conditions of MUP P04.058.

03.07.GPBDEP.012

Inventory and Description of Series of Project Site Recorded Easements and Dedications; Fee Title Recordings Validation.

03.07.GPBDEP.013

Inventory of Project's Mandated Site Setbacks and Facility Structure Planning Placement, including Certain Hardscapes.

 

 

 

GP L15466   ·   MUP P04-058   ·   04.07  ·  GRADING PLAN STUDY EXHIBITS   ·   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVAL SET 

TBNC GP L.15466 County of San Diego Grading Plan Set Approved Exhibit Series Azheimer's care Facility Fallbrook, California USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  SD DPLU CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

04.07.GPRHEP.003

South Mission Road [SR.13] Public Roadway Improvements Scheduled, including Curb & Surface Water Management.

04.07.GPBBEP.016

SWMP and Site Control Ceramic Tile "Water Protection" Drainage Statement Application to Drain Receptors, Typical.

04.07.GPBBEP.017

Depiction Series Westerly Upslope Drainage Culvert and Sheetwater Flow Control Devices and Methodologies, Typical.

04.07.GPBBEP.018

Depiction Series CMU Supported Drainage Culvert and Sheetwater Flow Control Devices and Methodologies, Typical.

04.07.GPBBEP.019

Facility Courtyard, Positive Gutter Downspout, Storm & Surface Waters Discharge Beneath Structure to Bioswale Receptors.

04.07.GPBBEP.020

Enhanced Landscaped Parkland SWMP Grassy Bioswale, Stormwater Retention and Recharge Surfaces, Typical.

04.07.GPGCEP.011

Vegetive Applications, Treatment Control Best Management Practices [BMPs], Notes and Specified Details, Typical.

04.07.GPGCEP.012

Treatment BMP and Site Control Ceramic Tile "Water Protection" Drainage Statement Application to Drain Receptors.

04.07.GPGCEP.013

General Conditions & Notes Reflecting Best Management Practices [BMPs] ; SWMP, Hydrology and Site Drainage, Typical.

04.07.GPGCEP.014

Enhanced Landscaped Parkland SWMP / Site Drainage Grassy Bioswale, Stormwater Retention and Recharge Surfaces.

04.07.GPOCEP.012

Site-Engineered CMU Structural Retaining Walls, Positive Sheetflow Drainage Receptors and Scheduled Hardware.

04.07.GPOCEP.013

Prescribed Application Positive Stormwater Drainage Management and Systems, Subterranean Methodologies.

04.07.GPOCEP.014

Site Safety CMU Railings and Guides, Slope Access Control and Resident's Safety and Security Structural Applications.

04.07.GPBDEP.014

South Mission Road [SR.13] & Overland Trail [Private] Intersection and Public Roadway Improvements Scheduled.

04.07.GPBDEP.015

Detail of Proposed Community Linear Pathway and Site Landscape Enhancement, with Project Site Recorded Dedications.

04.07.GPBDEP.016

Details of Pervious and Semi-Pervious SWMP / Drainage, Hydrology Surface Areas Applications & Methodologies.

04.07.GPBDEP.017

Details of Cementitious SWMP / Drainage, Hydrology Sheetflow Applications & Methodologies, Typical.

04.07.GPBDEP.018

Grading Plan, Hydrology, SWMP, Conditions of Approval Engineer of Record, Certifications and Ink Stamp, Typical.

 

 

 

GP L15466   ·   MUP P04-058   ·   05.07  ·  GRADING PLAN STUDY EXHIBITS   ·   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVAL SET 

TBNC GP.L15466 County of San Diego Grading Plan Set Approved Exhibits Alzheimers Care Facility Fallbroo, California USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  SD DPLU CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

05.07.GPRHEP.014

General Grading Plan Project Conditions / General Plan Set Requirements, County of San Diego, California Standards.

05.07.GPRHEP.015

General Statement Grading Plan L 15466 [Approved] Testings, Validations and Certifications by Engineer of Record.

05.07.GPRHEP.016

Grading Plan, Hydrology, SWMP, Conditions of Approval Engineer of Record, Certifications and Ink Stamp, Typical.

05.07.GPBBEP.021

Depiction Series Westerly Upslope Drainage Culvert and Sheetwater Flow Control Devices and Methodologies, Typical.

05.07.GPBBEP.022

Onsite Structural Drainage Improvements, Details & Conditions, Supports Positive & Captured Site Waterflows, Typical.

05.07.GPGCEP.015

Site Development & Erosion Slope Treatment Control Best Management Practices [BMP] Schedules, Notes & Details.

05.07.GPGCEP.016

Vegetive & Enhanced Slope Plantings, Erosion Control Conditions, SWMP & Hydrology General Grading Plan Statement.

05.07.GPGCEP.017

Details and Conditions of Site-Specific Positive Drainage Systems and Hardware, including Rain Gutter Methodologies.

05.07.GPOCEP.015

Site-Engineered CMU Structural Retaining Walls, Positive Sheetflow Drainage Receptors and Scheduled Hardware.

05.07.GPOCEP.016

Site-Engineered CMU Structural Retaining Walls Elevation Control Depiction and Slope Surcharge Notes and Statement.

05.07.GPOCEP.017

Grading Plan Cementitious Surface Application Improvements General Conditions and Structural Detail Inventory.

05.07.GPBDEP.019

Grading Plan, Hydrology, SWMP, Conditions of Approval Engineer of Record, Certifications and Ink Stamp, Typical.

05.07.GPBDEP.020

Benchmark Recordings [Primary & Secondary] as Grading Plan Control Points and Certification by Engineer of Record.

 

 

GP L15466   ·   MUP P04-058   ·   06.07  ·  GRADING PLAN STUDY EXHIBITS   ·   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVAL SET 

TBNC L.15466 Approved Grading Plan Set Exhibits County of San Diego Alzheimer's Care Facility Fallbrook, California USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  SD DPLU CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

06.07.GPRHEP.017

Site of New NCFPD Fire Hydrant & Fire Suppression [Fire Sprinklers] Water Supply Point of Connection [FPUD POC].

06.07.GPRHEP.018

Site of Existing NCFPD Fire Hydrant & Project's Potable & Irrigation Water Supply Point of Connection [FPUD POC].

06.07.GPRHEP.019

Course of Construction [CoC] Protected and Site-Secure Project Access Points, BMP Tire Wash Typical.

06.07.GPRHEP.020

Course of Construction [CoC] So. Mission Road [SR.13] Full Accessibility Maintained, BMP Soils and Construction Controls.

06.07.GPRHEP.021

Existing Property Line Sited Site Security Fencing to be Enhanced and Upgraded, No Access to Neighboring Properties.

06.07.GPRHEP.022

Existing Southerly Neighbor Sited Wood Fencing to be Relocated to Property Line; Currently Encroaches on FPUD Easement.

06.07.GPRHEP.023

Course of Construction [CoC] Site-Security Fencing with Locking Access Gates, BMP Tire Wash and Conditions Applicable.

06.07.GPRHEP.024

All Course of Construction [CoC] BMPs Fully Applicable & Program Monitored, Refer to Schedules & Legends, Typical.

06.07.GPRHEP.025

Site-Specific Post Construction BMPs Fully Applicable & Program Monitored, Refer to Schedules & Legends, Typical.

06.07.GPRHEP.026

SWMP and Site Control Ceramic Tile "Water Protection" Drainage Statement Application to Drain Receptors, Typical.

06.07.GPBBEP.023

Prescribed Course of Construction [CoC] BMPs Fully Applicable & Program Monitored, Refer to Schedules & Legends.

06.07.GPBBEP.024

Site-Specific Post Construction BMPs Fully Applicable & Program Monitored, Refer to Schedules & Legends, Typical.

06.07.GPBBEP.025

SWMP and Site Control Ceramic Tile "Water Protection" Drainage Statement Application to Drain Receptors, Typical.

06.07.GPGCEP.018

Representational Erosion Control and BMP Measures  & Methodologies During Course of Construction [CoC], Typical.

06.07.GPGCEP.019

Vegetive & Enhanced Slope Plantings, Erosion Control Conditions, SWMP & Hydrology General Grading Plan Statement.

06.07.GPGCEP.020

Post Construction Erosion Control Conditions & Standards, SWMP & Hydrology General Grading Plan Statement.

06.07.GPBDEP.021

Course of Construction [CoC] BMPs Legends, Schedules and Notes Reflective of SWMP, Hydrology & Grading Plans.

06.07.GPBDEP.022

Grading Plan, Hydrology, SWMP, Conditions of Approval Engineer of Record, Certifications and Ink Stamp, Typical.

 

 

 

GP L15466   ·   MUP P04-058   ·   07.07  ·  GRADING PLAN STUDY EXHIBITS   ·   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVAL SET 

TBNC L.15466 County of San Diego Approved Grading Plan Set Exhibits Fallbrook Alzheimer's Care Facility, California USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  SD DPLU CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

07.07.GPRHEP.027

Course of Construction [CoC] So. Mission Road [SR.13] Full Construction Accessibility Maintained, BMP Controls, Typical.

07.07.GPRHEP.028

NCFPD Site Specific Firewise & Fire Event Controls Plant Palette and Landscape Improvements Specifications, Typical.

07.07.GPRHEP.029

Area Identification of Project's Potable and Irrigation Water Service Point of Connection [POC] and Use Statement.

07.07.GPBBEP.026

SWMP and Site Control Ceramic Tile "Water Protection" Drainage Statement Application to Drain Receptors, Typical.

07.07.GPBBEP.027

Area of SWMP and Site Generated Drainage Waters Outfall to Ostrich Farms Creek, Southerly Downstream Flowline.

07.07.GPBBEP.028

Site-Specific Post Construction BMPs Fully Applicable & Program Monitored, Refer to Schedules & Legends, Typical.

07.07.GPBBEP.029

Existing and Undisturbed Ostrich Farms Creek Flowline Sited in Granitic Bedding and Outcroppings, Typical.

07.07.GPGCEP.021

Landscape Architect of Record Robert Hill, Certifications, Validation and Ink Stamp, Typical.

07.07.GPGCEP.022

General Conditions Site & Erosion Control Irrigation Standards and Specifications, Certifications and Validations, Typical.

07.07.GPGCEP.023

Site-Specific Irrigation Standards Plan Keys and Legends, General Specifications, Certifications and Notes, Typical.

07.07.GPGCEP.024

Area of Site Irrigation Point of Connection [POC] & Area of Master Vacuum, Backflow and Control Valves Systems, Typical.

07.07.GPGCEP.025

Area of Site Irrigation Master Electronic Control Valves Station [IMECVS] & Vacuum, Backflow and Control Systems.

07.07.GPGCEP.026

Representational Field Presentation of Irrigation Remote Control Valves [RCVs], and Water Application Calculations.

07.07.GPGCEP.027

Representational Site-Specific and Slope Irrigation Sprinkler Units with Water Application Coverages & Calculations.

07.07.GPGCEP.028

Representational Field Presentation of Irrigation Master Vacuum, Backflow and Control Valves Systems, Typical.

07.07.GPGCEP.029

Post Construction Erosion Control Conditions & Standards, SWMP & Hydrology General Grading Plan Statement.

07.07.GPGCEP.030

NCFPD Site Specific Firewise & Fire Event Controls Plant Palette and Landscape Improvements Specifications, Typical.

07.07.GPBDEP.023

Representational Site-Specific Irrigation Coverage Testings, Certifications, Validations and Inspections, Typical.

07.07.GPBDEP.024

Grading Plan, Hydrology, SWMP, Conditions of Approval Engineer of Record, Certifications and Ink Stamp, Typical.

07.07.GPBDEP.025

Project Fee Title Identification including APN 123.010.52.00, MUP P04.058, GP L15644 and County Log 04.02.053.

07.07.GPBDEP.026

Area of Project's Building Footprint, less Roof Overhang and Structural Accoutrement, including HVAC Screen Walls.

07.07.GPBDEP.027

Area of Enhanced Landscape SWMP Grassy Bioswale and Resident's Leisure Turf / Parkland Element, Typical.

 

 


 

 

SPECIAL NEEDS CAREGIVING & SITE SPECIFIC FACILITIES REQUIREMENTS

 

TBNC Edgemon Residential Memory Care Facilities California Environmental Planning, Engineering & Site Development, USA Edgemon 274107

 

 

During this last stage of Alzheimer's Disease [AD], the patient is completely dependent upon caregivers.

Language is reduced to simple phrases or even single words, eventually leading to complete loss of speech. Despite the loss of verbal language abilities, patients can often understand and return emotional signals. Although aggressiveness can still be present, extreme apathy and exhaustion are much more common results.

Patients will ultimately not be able to perform even the simplest tasks without assistance. Muscle mass and mobility deteriorate to the point where they are bedridden, and they lose the ability to feed themselves. AD is a terminal illness, with the cause of death typically being an external factor, such as infection of pressure ulcers or pneumonia, not the disease itself.


STUDY CREDIT

Since Alzheimer's Disease has no cure and it gradually renders people incapable of tending for their own needs, care giving essentially is the treatment and must be carefully managed over the course of the disease.

During the early and moderate stages, modifications to the living environment and lifestyle can increase patient safety and reduce caretaker burden.

Examples of such modifications are the adherence to simplified routines, the placing of safety locks, the labelling of household items to cue the person with the disease or the use of modified daily life objects. The patient may also become incapable of feeding themselves, so they require food in smaller pieces or pureed. When swallowing difficulties arise, the use of feeding tubes may be required. In such cases, the medical efficacy and ethics of continuing feeding is an important consideration of the caregivers and family members. The use of physical restraints is rarely indicated in any stage of the disease, although there are situations when they are necessary to prevent harm to the person with AD or their caregivers.

As the disease progresses, different medical issues can appear, such as oral and dental disease, pressure ulcers, malnutrition, hygiene problems, or respiratory, skin, or eye infections. Careful management can prevent them, while professional treatment is needed when they do arise. During the final stages of the disease, treatment is centred on relieving discomfort until death.

 

TBNC Edgemon Residential Memory Care Facilities Environmental Planning, Site Engineering & Development Programs, San Diego, California USA

REPRESENTATIONAL STUDY EXHIBIT   ·   RESIDENT'S SITE SPECIFIC PARKLAND

 

SPECIAL ATTENTION & COMFORTABLE COMMUNITY

TBNC Edgemon Residential Memory Care Environmental Planning, Site Engineering & Development California + Arizona + Nevada USA
TBNC Edgemon Residential Memory Care Development, Engineering & Environmental Planning Southern California USA
TBNC Edgemon Residential Memory Care Facilities Site Development, Environmental Planning & Engineering, Constructuion Managament, California + Arizona USA Edgemon

Individual Attention & Staff Caring

Well-Lit Resident's Dining & Functionary Room

Resident's Community of Friends

 

 

TBNC Edgemon Memory Care Facilities Environmental Planning, Site Engineering and Three-Dimensional Architectural Studies, San Diego, California USA Edgemon 2012

 

TBNC ARCHITECTURAL PLAN STUDY  ·   FOR PRESENTATION ONLY  ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

STUDY 01.36   ·   RESIDENTIAL MEMORY CARE FACILITY  ·  FALLBROOK PROTOYPICAL 49-RESIDENTS   ·   APN  123.010.52.00

TBNC Fallbrook 49 Residence Alzheimer's & Dementia Care Facility Title Sheet, County of San Diego, CA. USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SET EXHIBITS

01.36.AE.RHEP.001

Proposed Project Informational Schedule & Data, Identification and General Notes, Typical.

01.36.AE.RHEP.002

Brief Description Proposed Project's Scope & Scale, Purpose and Land Use & Zoning Accommodations, Typical.

01.36.AE.RHEP.003

Vicinity Map, Land-Use Area Representation and General Site Location within the Establish Fallbrook Community.

01.36.AE.RHEP.004

Proposed Structural Improvements, Facility Specific Use and Occupancies Identification, and Brief Descriptions,

01.36.AE.RHEP.005

North County Fire Protection District [NCFPD] & EMS / Public Services General Use & Site Conditions, Typical.

01.36.AE.RHEP.006

Structural Engineer of Record, Draft Calculations Certifications, Validations and Ink Stamp, Plan Set Typical.

01.36.AE.BBEP.001

Identification and Presentation of Scheduled Site-Specific Best Management Practices [BMP] & Monitored Compliancies.

01.36.AE.GCEP.001

Identification and Presentation of BMP, SWMP, Hydrology and Erosion Control General Conditions & Standards, Typical.

01.36.AE.GCEP.002

Statement; Site Landscape, Hardscape and Irrigation Improvements Addressed Under Separate Plan Set Coverage.

01.36.AE.GCEP.003

Statement Associated with NCFPD Site-Specific Fire Safety Planting Palette Addressed under Separate Plan Set Coverage.

01.36.AE.GCEP.004

Statement of the Site Management of Onsite Found Significant Native American Indian Granitic Milling Stones.

01.36.AE.OCEP.001

Identification & Certification of the County of San Diego DPLU Approval of Major Use Permit No: MUP P04-058.

01.36.AE.OCEP.002

Identification & Certification of the County of San Diego Department of Engineering Approval of Grading Plan L 15466.

01.36.AE.OCEP.003

Proposed Structure Building Classifications, Specific Use and Footage Calculations, and DPLU MUP Approval Statement.

01.36.AE.TCEP.001

Recording of Fallbrook Community Planning Group Architectural Reviews and Approvals as a Condition of Approved MUP.

01.36.AE.TCEP.002

NCFPD Review and Certifications Associated with EMS & Fire Safety; Construction Surfaces and Closed Soffit Applications.

01.36.AE.TCEP.003

Fallbrook Area Fire Prevention and Site Management General Conditions and Fire / County Agencies Specifications.

01.36.AE.BDEP.001

Project Fee Title Identifications, including APN: APN 123.010.52.00, MUP P04.058, GP L15644 and County Log 04.02.053.

01.36.AE.BDEP.002

Identification of Structural Engineer of Record, Certifications, Project Validation and Ink Stamp, Typical.

01.36.AE.BDEP.003

Identification of Environmental Planner of Record, Building Designer and Project Construction Managers [CM] TBNC.

01.36.AE.BDEP.004

Representational Plan Set Presentation Schedule, Keys, Legends, Index and Supportive Notes & Commentary, Typical.

 

 

 

STUDY 02.36   ·   RESIDENTIAL MEMORY CARE FACILITY  ·  FALLBROOK PROTOYPICAL 49-RESIDENTS   ·   APN  123.010.52.00

TBNC Fallbrook Alzheimer's 49 Residence Care Facility Draft Legends, CDs, Docs, Schedules, County of San Diego, CA USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SET EXHIBITS

02.36.AE.RHEP.007

Identification of Structural Engineer of Record, Certifications, Project Validation and Ink Stamp, Typical.

02.36.AE.RHEP.008

Identification of Environmental Planner of Record, Building Designer and Project Construction Managers [CM] TBNC.

02.36.AE.RHEP.009

General Specifications & Legend Associated with Building Code, NCFPD Fire Marshal & EMS, Community Policies.

02.36.AE.RHEP.010

Special Occupancies and Structural Conditions Associated with Building Codes & Community Policies & Procedures.

02.36.AE.GCEP.005

Schedule & Legends Associated with Site Security & Resident's Safety Lighting, Control & Management, Typical.

02.36.AE.OCEP.004

Representational Door, Fenestration & Window  Schedules, Associated with Special Use Purposes [Elder Care].

02.36.AE.OCEP.005

Representational Window  Schedules & Notes , Associated with Special Use Elder Care Purposes, Typical.

02.36.AE.OCEP.006

Representational Interior Finishes  Schedules & Notes , Associated with Special Use Elder Care Purposes, Typical.

02.36.AE.OCEP.007

Representational Interior Lighting Schedules & Notes , Associated with Special Use Elder Care Purposes, Typical.

02.36.AE.OCEP.008

Representational Interior & Exterior Electrical Schedules & Notes, Associated with Special Use Elder Care Purposes.

02.36.AE.OCEP.009

Representational Plumbing Schedules & Special Consideration Notes, Associated with Special Use Elder Care.

02.36.AE.OCEP.010

Schedule & Legends of Plan Set Abbreviations, Notes and General Identification & Descriptions, Typical.

02.36.AE.OCEP.011

Presentation of Plan Set Legends, Keys, Architectural Abbreviation Notes, to Building Code Compliancies, Typical.

02.36.AE.BDEP.005

Schedule and Brief Outline of Building Plan Set General Conditions, Specifications, Notes and Schedules, Typical.

 

 

 

STUDY 07.36   ·   RESIDENTIAL MEMORY CARE FACILITY  ·  FALLBROOK PROTOYPICAL 49-RESIDENTS   ·   APN  123.010.52.00

TBNC Fallbrook 49 Resident Alzheimer's & Dementia Care facility AutoDesk Draft Foundation Plan County of San Diego CA. USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SET EXHIBITS

07.36.AE.RHEP.011

Federally Mandated ADA Site Accessibility Compliancies & Interior Circulation and Emergency Egress, Typical.

07.36.AE.RHEP.012

Federally Mandated ADA Van Accessibility Parking Compliancies & Site Circulation EMS Standards, Typical.

07.36.AE.RHEP.013

Structures Fire Sprinkler Water Source Control, Stand Pipe, Monitoring & Test / Flush Station Enclosed & NCFPD Secure.

07.36.AE.RHEP.014

Structure to be Fully Fire Sprinklered and NCFPD Monitored per Fire & Building Codes Occupancies  & Schedules.

07.36.AE.RHEP.015

Project's Main Entry NCFPD / EMS and Public Services Full Porte Cochere Solid Paved Surface cul de sac, Typical.

07.36.AE.RHEP.016

Depiction of Site Security Fencing, EMS Site Accessibility, Resident Occupancy Control & Exterior Circulation Management.

07.36.AE.BBEP.003

Project Central Courtyard SWMP & Positive Drainage Control and Subsurface Discharge to Grassy Bioswale Element.

07.36.AE.BBEP.004

Representational Presentation of Scheduled Site-Specific Best Management Practices [BMP] & Monitored Compliancies.

07.36.AE.BBEP.005

Pervious & Semipervious Cementitious Hardscape Surfaces as per SWMP & Site Drainage / Hydrology Requirements.

07.36.AE.BBEP.006

Area of SWMP / Hydrology / Drainage Scheduled Grassy Bioswale and Resident's Parkland Element, Typical.

07.36.AE.GCEP.006

Area of Enhanced Slope Plantings and SWMP / Drainage & Erosion Control Methodologies per Approved Schedules.

07.36.AE.GCEP.007

Area of Structure's Interior Courtyard Hardscape, Landscape, Irrigation & Resident's Amenities Improvements, Typical.

07.36.AE.GCEP.008

Areas of Hardscape, Landscape & Irrigation Improvements Addressed under Separate Cover Landscape Plan Set.

07.36.AE.OCEP.012

Project's Main Entry NCFPD / EMS and Public Services Full Porte Cochere Solid Paved Surface cul de sac, Typical.

07.36.AE.OCEP.013

Depiction of Parking Areas, Capacities, Accessibility and Hard Surface Applications Exceeding DPLU Min. Requirements.

07.36.AE.OCEP.014

NCFPD / EMS Sensor & Video Monitoring Site Access Gates, Northerly Service & Parking Area, as Approved.

07.36.AE.OCEP.015

Fully Enclosed with Architecturally Balanced Weather-Shield Roof, Self-Closing Gates with Safe-Handle/Locking Hardware.

07.36.AE.OCEP.016

Projects' Iconic Monument Sign in Architecturally Balance Composition, 24-Hour Display of Contact & Project Identification.

07.36.AE.TCEP.004

Identification of Environmental Planner of Record, Building Designer and Project Construction Managers [CM] TBNC.

07.36.AE.TCEP.005

Project's Porte Cochere and cul de sac, Illuminated and Fully Fire Sprinklered, Providing EMS / NCFPD Access Clearance.

07.36.AE.TCEP.006

Project's Main & Formal Entry Portal, Fully ADA Compliant in Accessibility, Signage, Graphics and Structural Hardware.

07.36.AE.TCEP.007

Dedicated Safe Entry Portal for Medical Care Professionals, Staff, Vendors, Suppliers and NCFPD / EMS Accessibility.

07.36.AE.TCEP.008

Project's Main Lobby, Reception Venue, Resident Services Management, Video & Site Safety Monitoring Primary Station.

07.36.AE.TCEP.009

Management Executive Office Suite and Private Bathroom Facilities, Secondary Video Monitoring & Site Safety Station.

07.36.AE.TCEP.010

Resident's Cafeteria & Dining / Food Service Area, Special Events Hall & Functionary Room, Emergency Egress Centre.

07.36.AE.TCEP.011

Professional Category Kitchen & Food Preparation Zone, Safe Food Handling Hardware & Systems, Utensils Storage.

07.36.AE.TCEP.012

Site Secured & Monitored Medicine / Healthcare Dispensary and Safe Storage Lockers, Key Pad Access Control.

07.36.AE.TCEP.013

ADA Compliant, Fully Surfaced Glazed, Deck Drained, Roll-In Showers with Special Handling & Health Care Considerations.

07.36.AE.TCEP.014

ADA Compliant Oversized [84"+] Hallways; EMS & NCFPD and Health Care Professionals Accessibility, Emergency Egress.

07.36.AE.TCEP.015

Activities & Special Purposes Meeting & Functionary Rooms, Key Pad Accessibility, EMS & Emergency Egress Standards.

07.36.AE.TCEP.016

Resident's Special Services Beauty Salon & Women's Retreat, Window Wall Exposure with Multiple Care Stations, Typical.

07.36.AE.TCEP.017

Resident's Enhanced Library & Telecommunications Station, Special Purposes Capabilities and Guest Use, Typical.

07.36.AE.TCEP.018

Visiting Physicians Office Suite & Examining / Conference / Counseling Suite with Stand Alone Bathroom Accessibility.

07.36.AE.TCEP.019

Suites Set Aside for Hospice Guest and Family Support Members, Enhanced Site Amenities and Protocols, Typical.

07.36.AE.TCEP.020

Resident's Double Occupancies Suites with Special Exterior Lighting & User / Occupant Egress Window Control.

07.36.AE.TCEP.021

On-Site Professional Category Laundry & Linen Management with Viewing Stations for Resident's [Site Entertainment],

07.36.AE.TCEP.022

Food & Kitchen Supplies Secure Storage, Key Pad Accessibility, Monitored & Back-Up Energy Supply, Typical.

07.36.AE.TCEP.023

Facility's Dry Stores & Materiel Supplies Secure Storage, Key Pad Accessibility, Staff Monitored Typical.

07.36.AE.TCEP.024

Facility's Attic Sited Dry Storage [Non-Office  / Administrative], Fully Sprinklered Non-Habitation Building Code Standards.

07.36.AE.BDEP.006

Identification of Structural Engineer of Record, Certifications, Project Validation and Ink Stamp, Typical.

07.36.AE.BDEP.007

NCFP Site Accessibility "Hammerhead" Solid Surfaces Turning & Egress Services Area, Surface Paint Delineated..

07.36.AE.BDEP.008

County of San Diego Permitted Authority by Major Use Permit [MUP] Approved, General Conditions & Operational Standards.

07.36.AE.BDEP.009

Enclosed Refuse Storage Structure Depiction of SWMP / Hydrology Mandated Roof Surface Covering, Drainage Control.

07.36.AE.BDEP.010

Facility's Operational & Emergency Contacts Signage, Graphics & Information Display Program, Typical.

 

STUDY 12.36   ·   RESIDENTIAL MEMORY CARE FACILITY  ·  FALLBROOK PROTOYPICAL 49-RESIDENTS   ·   APN  123.010.52.00

TBNC Alzheimer's Care Facility Fallbrook 49 Resident South Mission Road, County of San Diego, California USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SET EXHIBITS

12.36.AE.RHEP.017

Project's Main Entry NCFPD / EMS and Public Services Full Porte Cochere Solid Paved Surface cul de sac, Typical.

12.36.AE.RHEP.018

Project's Northerly EMS / NCFPD, Services & Supplies, Physicians and Staff Gated Access Point with Video & Sonar Control.

12.36.AE.RHEP.019

Structures Fire Sprinkler Water Source Control, Stand Pipe, Monitoring & Test / Flush Station Enclosed & NCFPD Secure.

12.36.AE.RHEP.020

Site Dedicated, Safety Enclosed Federally Mandated Facility Back-Up Emergency Generator Hardware, Equipment & Fuels.

12.36.AE.RHEP.021

Fire Rated & NCFPD Confirmed Roofing Surface and Ancillary Roof Mounted Hardware & Equipment, Typical.

12.36.AE.RHEP.022

Stucco Clad, Closed Soffit Fire Management Application and NCFPD Approved Attic Venting Systems, Typical.

12.36.AE.RHEP.023

Stucco Clad, Noise Remediated, Solid Exterior Elevations, Typical all Exposures to Building Code & NCFPD Standards.

12.36.AE.BBEP.007

Positive Control Rain Gutters, Hog Valleys, Flashings and Downspouts Routed to SWMP Grassy Bioswale System.

12.36.AE.BBEP.008

Surface and Pervious Hardscape Elements Positive Control Drainage by Receptor Basins to SWMP Grassy Bioswale.

12.36.AE.GCEP.009

Area of Enhanced Slope Plantings and SWMP / Drainage & Erosion Control Methodologies per Approved Schedules.

12.36.AE.OCEP.017

Structure Not to Exceed Community's Building Height Limitations, Less Architectural Enhancements Components.

12.36.AE.OCEP.018

Structural Improvements General Conditions and Specifications, Limitations and Approved Minor Architectural Variances.

12.36.AE.OCEP.019

Exterior Mounted HVAC Equipment & Hardware Sound Mitigating Stucco Clad CMU Acoustical Screen Wall Components.

12.36.AE.OCEP.020

Site Security & Resident Benefitting Exterior Lighting Hardware & Control Systems, Refer to Approved M UP P04.058.

12.36.AE.OCEP.021

Project's Northerly EMS / NCFPD, Services & Supplies, Physicians and Staff Gated Access Point with Video & Sonar Control.

12.36.AE.TCEP.025

Identification of Environmental Planner of Record, Building Designer and Project Construction Managers [CM] TBNC.

12.36.AE.TCEP.026

Building Plan Set Keys, Legends, Production Abbreviations, Schedules, Conditions and Notes, Typical.

12.36.AE.TCEP.027

Prototypical & Representational Enhanced Fenestration and Architectural Amenities, Notes & Comments, Typical.

12.36.AE.TCEP.028

Prototypical & Representational Manufactured Stone Veneer Applications, and Architectural Amenities & Notes.

12.36.AE.BDEP.011

Identification of Structural Engineer of Record, Certifications, Project Validation and Ink Stamp, Typical.

12.36.AE.BDEP.012

Residence Capacities, Use & Operational Control by County of San Diego Approved Major Use Permit # P04.058.

 

 

 

STUDY 16.36   ·   RESIDENTIAL MEMORY CARE FACILITY  ·  FALLBROOK PROTOYPICAL 49-RESIDENTS   ·   APN  123.010.52.00

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KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SET EXHIBITS

16.36.AE.RHEP.024

Project's Main Entry NCFPD / EMS and Public Services Full Porte Cochere Solid Paved Surface cul de sac, Typical.

16.36.AE.RHEP.025

Project's Porte Cochere and cul de sac, Illuminated and Fully Fire Sprinklered, Providing EMS / NCFPD Access Clearance.

16.36.AE.RHEP.026

Facility's Operational & Emergency Contacts Signage, Graphics & Information Display & Bulletin Board Program.

16.36.AE.RHEP.027

Architecturally Enhanced Chimney Feature with Smoke & Ash Control per NCFPD Fire Safety Programs, Typical.

16.36.AE.BBEP.009

Positive Control Rain Gutters, Hog Valleys, Flashings and Downspouts Routed to SWMP Grassy Bioswale System.

16.36.AE.BBEP.010

Surface and Pervious Hardscape Elements Positive Control Drainage by Receptor Basins to SWMP Grassy Bioswale.

16.36.AE.GCEP.010

Areas of Hardscape, Landscape & Irrigation Improvements Addressed under Separate Cover Landscape Plan Set.

16.36.AE.OCEP.022

Structure Not to Exceed Community's Building Height Limitations, Less Architectural Enhancements Components.

16.36.AE.OCEP.023

Architectural Compliancy with Fallbrook's Local Planning Group; Site Use, Zoning, Occupancies and Community Benefit.

16.36.AE.OCEP.024

Exterior Mounted HVAC Equipment & Hardware Sound Mitigating Stucco Clad CMU Acoustical Screen Wall Components.

16.36.AE.TCEP.029

Prototypical & Representational Enhanced Fenestration and Architectural Amenities, Notes & Comments, Typical.

16.36.AE.TCEP.030

Prototypical & Representational Manufactured Stone Veneer Applications, and Architectural Amenities & Notes.

16.36.AE.TCEP.031

Building Plan Set Keys, Legends, Production Abbreviations, Schedules, Conditions and Notes, Typical.

16.36.AE.BDEP.013

Identification of Structural Engineer of Record, Certifications, Project Validation and Ink Stamp, Typical.

16.36.AE.BDEP.014

Identification of Environmental Planner of Record, Building Designer and Project Construction Managers [CM] TBNC.

16.36.AE.BDEP.015

Residence Capacities, Use & Operational Control by County of San Diego Approved Major Use Permit # P04.058.

 

 

 

STUDY 28.36   ·   RESIDENTIAL MEMORY CARE FACILITY  ·  FALLBROOK PROTOYPICAL 49-RESIDENTS   ·   APN  123.010.52.00

TBNC Fallbrook Alzheimer's Care 49 Residence Facility AutoDesk Door & Window Schedule & Legends, Fallbrook, County of San Diego, CA. USA

KEY

FILE REF DOCS

A+E COMMENTARY  ·  ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS  ·  ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SET EXHIBITS

28.36.AE.RHEP.028

Project's Main Entry NCFPD / EMS and Public Services Full Porte Cochere Solid Paved Surface cul de sac, Typical.

28.36.AE.RHEP.029

Project's Northerly EMS / NCFPD, Services & Supplies, Physicians and Staff Gated Access Point with Video & Sonar Control.

28.36.AE.RHEP.030

Structure to be Fully Fire Sprinklered and NCFPD Monitored per Fire & Building Codes Occupancies  & Schedules.

28.36.AE.BBEP.011

Project Central Courtyard SWMP & Positive Drainage Control and Subsurface Discharge to Grassy Bioswale Element.

28.36.AE.BBEP.012

Positive Control Rain Gutters, Hog Valleys, Flashings and Downspouts Routed to SWMP Grassy Bioswale System.

28.36.AE.BBEP.013

Significant Offsite Stormwater Flowage Management and SWMP Control from Westerly Upslope Properties.

28.36.AE.BBEP.014

Area of SWMP / Hydrology / Drainage Scheduled Grassy Bioswale and Resident's Parkland Element, Typical.

28.36.AE.GCEP.011

Areas of Hardscape, Landscape & Irrigation Improvements Addressed under Separate Cover Landscape Plan Set.

28.36.AE.GCEP.012

Courtyard Area of Specimen Trees and Enhanced & Colorful Landscape Plantings with Night Time Site Security Lighting.

28.36.AE.GCEP.013

Courtyard Area of Padded Artificial Grass Surfaces for Resident's Enjoyment & Safety, Ease of Grounds Maintenance.

28.36.AE.OCEP.024

Grassy Overlook Parkland Experience, Site Secure with Enhanced Architectural Fencing & Key Pad Access Gates.

28.36.AE.OCEP.025

Site Dedicated, Safety Enclosed Federally Mandated Facility Back-Up Emergency Generator Hardware, Equipment & Fuels.

28.36.AE.OCEP.026

Residence Capacities, Use & Operational Control by County of San Diego Approved Major Use Permit # P04.058.

28.36.AE.OCEP.027

Resident's Passive & Active Interior, Site Secured Functionary Areas, Egress Control by Management, Typical.

28.36.AE.OCEP.028

Project's Main Lobby, Reception Venue, Resident Services Management, Video & Site Safety Monitoring Primary Station.

28.36.AE.OCEP.029

Facility's Food, Dry Stores & Materiel Supplies Secure Storage, Key Pad Accessibility, Staff Monitored Typical.

28.36.AE.TCEP.032

Identification of Environmental Planner of Record, Building Designer and Project Construction Managers [CM] TBNC.

28.36.AE.TCEP.033

Building Plan Set Keys, Legends, Production Abbreviations, Schedules, General Conditions and Notes, Typical.

28.36.AE.TCEP.034

Depiction of Site Security Fencing, EMS Site Accessibility, Resident Occupancy Control & Exterior Circulation Management.

28.36.AE.TCEP.035

Site-Engineered CMU Structural Retaining Walls, Positive Sheetflow Drainage Receptors and Scheduled Hardware.

28.36.AE.TCEP.036

Depiction of Parking Areas, Capacities, Accessibility and Hard Surface Applications Exceeding DPLU Min. Requirements.

28.36.AE.BDEP.016

Identification of Structural Engineer of Record, Certifications, Project Validation and Ink Stamp, Typical.

 

 

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As the disease progresses, different medical issues can appear, such as oral and dental disease, pressure ulcers, malnutrition, hygiene problems, or respiratory, skin, or eye infections. Careful management can prevent them, while professional treatment is needed when they do arise. During the final stages of the disease, treatment is centred on relieving discomfort until death.

 

RESIDENTIAL MEMORY CARE   ·  ALZHEIMER'S & DEMENTIA SPECIFIC FACILITIES

 

REPRESENTATIONAL FACILITY
RMC.49SP  [PRIVATE OWNERSHIP]  CALIFORNIA
VILLAGE OF FALLBROOK  ·  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA  ·  UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 


 

ABBREVIATED REPORT & EXHIBIT SERIES FOR SITE PLANNING PRESENTATION ONLY
EXERPT SERIES REPRESENTATIONAL ACOUSTICAL ANALYSIS REPORT

FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING PRESENTATION
County of San Diego Major Use Permit  [MUP] No. P04-058;  Log No. 04-02-053

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539 Encinitas Boulevard
Suite 206
Encinitas  ·  California 92024
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Eilar Job #A61212N1

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The proposed project, a Residential Memory Care Facility, consists of the construction of an assisted-living residential structure. The proposed facility will be a single-story building containing twenty-seven [27] specific use suites, including up to four[4] as hospice dedicated, two [2] offices, and an interior courtyard. The project site is located at 2800 Overland Trail, at the northwestern corner of the intersection of Overland Trail [a private road] and South Mission Road, in the unincorporated area of Fallbrook, County of San Diego, California.

The primary noise sources in the vicinity of the project site include automobile and truck traffic noise from South Mission Road and aircraft noise from Fallbrook Community Airpark. Aircraft overflight noise associated with the Fallbrook Community Airpark has been evaluated and is considered insignificant as the project site has a perpendicular distance of approximately 0.9 miles from the closest corner of the project to the axis of the main runway at the Fallbrook Community Airport. Therefore, the project site is located outside of the projected future 2010 55 CNEL airport noise contour. The current calculated on-site traffic noise level at the eastern property line of the project site is 72.7 Community Noise Equivalent Level [CNEL]. Due to a projected increase in traffic volume, the future [year 2020] traffic noise level at the eastern property line of the project site is expected to increase to 74.3 CNEL.

Without mitigation, due to intervening project building structures, future traffic noise levels at the proposed courtyard outdoor use recreational area will be 50.2 CNEL. Mitigation to provide an exterior traffic noise level below 60 CNEL will not be necessary. Calculations show that future traffic noise levels at the building facades will range from 45.6 CNEL at the west-facing facade near Unit 1 to 70.3 CNEL at the east-facing facade near Units 20 and 21. Speed limit and truck percentages for South Mission Road were updated and subsequently remodeled as per County recommendation. Since future exterior on-site noise levels will exceed 60 CNEL at some building facades, an exterior-to-interior noise analysis was conducted to evaluate the sound reduction properties of proposed exterior wall, window, and door construction designs. Due to the elevated exterior noise levels, unmitigated future interior noise levels in many of the habitable rooms with a view of South Mission Road would exceed the 45 CNEL interior noise limit for habitable residential space and 50 CNEL for office space. Mechanical ventilation, which allows windows to be closed for an extended length of time, is a necessary element to achieve future interior noise levels below 45 CNEL in habitable residential space with windows closed, in compliance with the State of California Building Code requirements.

For further details on mitigation recommendations, please refer to Section 5.0 of this report. There are currently two proposed exterior mechanical ventilation units. These units are "Carrier Residential HVAC: MODEL 38YCC [6O Hz.]" Specifications for this unit are included in Appendix K; Preliminary Mechanical Plan Showing All Major Noise Generators and Locations. This Appendix includes a site map indicating the locations of these two [2] units. Calculations were performed to determine the CNEL increase from existing traffic noise impacts along South Mission Road to those with the additional heavy truck traffic for the initial site grading operations. These calculations show a traffic noise increase of 0.1 dB. This increase to overall existing vehicle traffic noise is less than 3 dB, and therefore considered an insignificant impact.

The County guideline regarding noise generated by project-related traffic states that in urbanized residential areas with an existing traffic noise level of 60 CNEL or less, an increase to greater than 60 CNEL due to project-related traffic is considered significant. For areas with an existing traffic noise above 60 CNEL, an increase of 3 dB or more due to project-related traffic is considered significant. Calculations show a maximum traffic noise increase of 0.03 dB for existing plus project generated traffic. These increases to overall vehicle traffic noise to the surrounding area are less than 3 dB, and are therefore considered an insignificant impact.

The project-related construction noise is expected to only occasionally exceed background noise levels for short durations. Grading operations should take seven [7] days to complete. When the heavy equipment is operated simultaneously for 10% of an 8 hour time period, the average 8-hour equivalent noise level will be as high as 75 dBA at the southern property line. The average 8-hour equivalent noise level will be as high as 72 dBA at the nearest residential property at a distance of 50 feet south of the southern project property line near the facade of the residence. The average 8-hour equivalent noise level will not exceed the 75 dB noise limit at the western, northern, and eastern property lines.

Therefore, no temporary construction noise mitigation is required due to projected grading operations at the project site. According to Tom Edgemon, a potential selective, single event blasting operation will not be necessary during the initial grading activities. Therefore, no additional temporary construction activity mitigation will be necessary.

 

INTRODUCTION

This acoustical analysis report is submitted to satisfy the acoustical requirements of the County of San Diego for a Major Use Permit [MUP]. Its purpose is to assess noise impacts from nearby roadway traffic and airport operations, and to identify project features or requirements necessary to achieve exterior noise levels of 60 CNEL or less in outdoor use areas and interior noise levels of 45 CNEL or less in habitable residential space and 50 CNEL or less in office space, in compliance with the State of California noise regulations. Temporary construction noise impact issues will also be addressed due to projected grading operations on the project site.

All noise level or sound level values presented herein are expressed in terms of decibels, with Aweighting to approximate the hearing sensitivity of humans. Time-averaged noise levels are expressed by the symbol LEQ, for a specified duration. The CNEL is a 24-hour average, where sound levels during evening hours of 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. have an added 5 dB weighting, and sound levels during nighttime hours of 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. have an added 10 dB weighting. This is similar to the Day-Night sound level, LDN, which is a 24-hour average with an added 10 dB weighting on the same nighttime hours but no added weighting on the evening hours.

Sound levels expressed in CNEL are always based on A-weighted decibels. These metrics are used to express noise levels for both measurement and municipal regulations, for land use guidelines, and for enforcement of noise ordinances. Further explanation can be provided upon request.

 

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PROJECT LOCATION

The project site is located at 2800 Overland Trail, at the northwestern corner of the intersection of Overland Trail and South Mission Road, in the unincorporated area of Fallbrook, County of San Diego, California. The Assessor's parcel number [APN] for the property is 123-010-52. The project site has a perpendicular distance of approximately 0.9 miles from the closest corner of the project to the axis of the main runway at the Fallbrook Community Airport. The overall property is rectangular in shape with an overall site area of approximately 87,120 square feet.

The project property is currently zoned for residential [RR2] use.

Neighboring land uses in the proximity of the proposed project site are residential to the south and the west, with limited agricultural activities to the northwest and to the east, and commercial activities to the southeast. Two [2] properties to the immediate south are zoned A-70 and the adjacent property, southeast along Mission Road is zoned C-36. As a result, the day/night applicable noise limit for these property lines, with the exception of the southeastern line, is the one-hour average sound level of 50/45 dBA. The day/night property line sound level limit next to the adjacent commercial property is 55/50 dBA. Appendix F, contains the applicable noise limits in detail. The project property is zoned for residential use, where all current land surrounding the project site zoned for agricultural is planned to be changed in the future to residential.

A complete and current list of the adjacent existing land uses for this project is attached [See Appendix J: Adjacent Existing Land Uses.] The project location is shown on the Thomas Guide Map, Figure 1, following this report. An Assessor's Parcel Map, Satellite Aerial Photograph, Topographic Map, and Planned Land Use Map of this area are also provided as Figures 2 through 5.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING

Existing Noise Environment

The primary noise sources in the vicinity of the project site include automobile and truck traffic noise from South Mission Road and aircraft noise from Fallbrook Community Airpark. Aircraft overflight noise associated with the Fallbrook Community Airpark has been evaluated and is considered insignificant as the project site has a perpendicular distance of approximately 0.9 miles from the closest corner of the project to the axis of the main runway at the Fallbrook Community Airport. Therefore, the project site is located outside of the projected future 2010 55 CNEL airport noise contour. Please refer to Figure 6: Fallbrook Community Airpark Noise Contours Showing Project Location. No other noise source is considered significant.

South Mission Road is a two-lane, two-way Major Arterial roadway running north-south in the vicinity of the project site. The paved roadway width is approximately forty-four [44] feet, curb to curb. The posted speed limit is fifty [50] mph. However, a speed limit of 55 mph was used for all models and projections, as per County of San Diego staff instruction. South Mission Road, in the vicinity of the project site, currently carries a traffic volume of approximately 19,822 Average Daily Trips [ADT], according to Justin Rasas of LOS Engineering. The current calculated on-site traffic noise level at the eastern property line of the project site is 74.0 CNEL. Current and future traffic volumes for the roadway sections near the project site are shown in Table 1. For further roadway details and projected future ADT traffic volumes, please refer to Appendix A: Sound32 Data and Results.

Table 1. Overall Roadway Traffic Information Roadway Name Speed Limit [mph] Current ADT Future [2020] Current Future ADT South Mission Road.

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No current or future truck percentages were available for this area. However, based on neighboring and surrounding land use, roadway classification, our professional experience and on-site observations, as well a recommendation from the County of San Diego, a truck percentage mix of 4.0% medium and 2.0% heavy trucks was used for South Mission Road [See Appendix A: Sound 32 Data and Results. Table 1.]

 

Measured Noise Level

An on-site inspection and traffic noise measurement were made on the morning of Monday, April 11, 2005. The weather conditions were as follows: clear skies, low humidity, temperatures in the high 60's with winds from the west at 2-4 mph. A "one-hour" equivalent measurement was made at the eastern property line near the corner of Overland Trail and South Mission Road. The microphone position was placed approximately five [5'] feet above the existing project site grade. Traffic volumes were recorded for automobiles, medium-size trucks, and large trucks during the measurement period. After a continuous 15-minute sound level measurement, there was no change in the LEQ and results were then recorded. The measured noise level and related weather conditions are found in Table 2. The calculated equivalent hourly vehicle traffic count adjustment and a complete tabular listing of all traffic data recorded during the on-site traffic noise measurement are found in Appendix A: Sound32 Data and Results. Table

 

Calculated Noise Level

Noise levels were calculated for the site using the methodology described in Section 4.1 for the location, conditions, and traffic volumes counted during the noise measurements. The calculated noise levels [LEQ] were compared with the measured on-site noise level to determine if adjustments or corrections [calibration] should be applied to the traffic noise prediction model, Sound32. Adjustments are intended to account for site-specific differences, such as reflection and absorption, which may be greater or lesser than accounted for in the model. The measured noise level of 70.9 dBA LEQ for South Mission Road was compared to the calculated [modeled] noise level of 71.1 dBA LEQ, for the same conditions and traffic flow. As there was only a 0.2 dBA difference between the measured and the calculated noise level, no adjustment was deemed necessary to model future noise levels for this location. Please refer to Table 3, for further evaluation.

 

Future Noise Environment

The future [year 2020] traffic volumes for South Mission Road were obtained from Justin Rasas of LOS Engineering. The future [year 2020] traffic volume for South Mission Road is projected to be 21,304 ADT. The future [year 2020] traffic noise level at the eastern property line of the project site is expected to increase to 74.3 CNEL. Eilar Associates Job #A61212N1 January 3, 2007 Page 6 The same truck percentages from the existing traffic volumes were used for future traffic volume modeling. The roadway classification, speed limit, alignment and roadbed grade elevations are expected to remain the same for this section of South Mission Road. For further roadway details and projected future ADT traffic volumes, please refer to Appendix A: Sound32 Data and Results.

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Field Measurement

Typically, a "one-hour" equivalent sound level measurement [LEQ, A-Weighted] is recorded for at least one [1] noise-sensitive location on the site. During the on-site noise measurement, start and end times are recorded, vehicle counts are made for cars, medium trucks [double-tires/two axles], and heavy trucks [three or more axles] for the corresponding road segment(s). Supplemental sound measurements of one [1] hour or less in duration are often made to further describe the noise environment of the site.

For measurements of less than one hour in duration, the measurement time is long enough for a representative traffic volume to occur and the noise level [LEQ] to stabilize; 15 minutes is usually sufficient for this purpose. The vehicle counts are then converted to one-hour equivalent volumes by using the appropriate multiplier. Other field data gathered includes measuring or estimating distances, angles-of-view, slopes, elevations, roadway grades, and vehicle speeds. This data was checked against the available maps and records.


Roadway Noise Calculation

The Sound32 Release 1.41 program released by the California Department of Transportation, Division of New Technology, Materials and Research was used to calculate the future daytime average hourly noise level [HNL] at various locations at the project site. The daytime average hourly traffic volume is calculated as 0.058 times the ADT, based on the studies made by Wyle Laboratories [see reference]. The HNL is equivalent to the LEQ, and both are converted to the CNEL by adding 2.0 decibels, as shown in the Wyle Study. Future CNEL is calculated for desired receptor locations using future road alignment, elevations, lane configurations, projected traffic volumes, estimated truck mixes, and vehicle speeds. Noise attenuation methods may be analyzed, tested, and planned with Sound32, as required.

Further explanation can be supplied on request.

 

Exterior-to-Interior Noise Calculation

The State Building Code, local municipalities, and other agencies [such as HUD] require an acoustical analysis for any multi-unit residential facility proposed in an area that has or will have exterior noise levels in excess of 60 CNEL. This analysis must demonstrate building features and mitigation that will provide interior noise levels of 45 CNEL or less for residential units, classrooms, or other habitable interior areas and 50 CNEL or less in office space. CNEL is considered synonymous with LDN. Eilar Associates Job #A61212N1 January 3, 2007 Page 7

Analysis for the interior noise levels requires consideration of:

• Number of unique assemblies in the wall [doors, window/wall mount air conditioners, sliding glass doors, and windows]
• Size, number of units, and sound transmission data for each assembly type
• Length of sound impacted wall(s)
• Depth of sound impacted room
• Height of exterior wall of sound impacted room
• Exterior noise level at wall assembly or assemblies of sound impacted room

Modeling of exterior wall assemblies using building plan wall details is accomplished using INSUL Version 5.1, which is a model-based computer program developed by Marshall Day Acoustics for predicting the sound insulation of walls, floors, ceilings and windows. It is acoustically based on theoretical models that require only minimal material information that can make reasonable estimates of the sound transmission loss [TL] and Sound Transmission Class [STC] for use in sound insulation calculations, such as the design of common party walls and multiple family floor-ceiling assemblies, etc. INSUL can be used to quickly evaluate new materials or systems or investigate the effects of changes to existing designs. It models individual materials using the simple mass law and coincidence frequency
approach and can model more complex assembly partitions, as well. It has evolved over several versions into an easy-to-use tool and has refined the theoretical models by continued comparison with laboratory tests to provide acceptable accuracy for a wide range of constructions. INSUL model performance comparisons with laboratory test data show that the model generally predicts the performance of a given assembly within 3 STC points. The Composite Sound Transmission data is developed for the exterior wall(s) and the calculated noise exposure is converted to octave-band sound pressure levels [SPL] by addition of an octave data curve
for typical traffic noise. The reduction in room noise due to absorption is calculated and subtracted from the interior octave noise levels, and the octave noise levels are logarithmically added to produce the overall interior room noise level. When interior noise levels exceed 45 CNEL, the noise reduction achieved by each element is reviewed to determine what changes will achieve the most cost-effective compliance. Windows are usually the first to be reviewed, followed by the doors, and then the walls.

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IMPACTS AND MITIGATION

Exterior

The future noise environment is primarily the result of vehicle traffic traveling on South Mission Road. Without mitigation or proposed project structures, the future 75 CNEL traffic contour will be located approximately one hundred [100'] feet west of the South Mission Road centerline. The future 70 CNEL traffic contour will be located approximately one hundred thirty-five [135'] feet west of the South Mission Road centerline. The future 65 CNEL traffic contour will be located approximately two hundred forty [240'] feet west of the South Mission Road centerline. The future 60 CNEL traffic contour will be located approximately three hundred sixty-five [365'] feet west of the South Mission Road centerline. For a graphical representation of these contours, please refer to Figure 7: Site Plan Showing Future Traffic CNEL Contours and Noise Measurement Location.

Without mitigation, future traffic noise levels at the proposed courtyard outdoor use recreational area will be 50.2 CNEL. Mitigation to provide an exterior noise level below 60 CNEL will not be necessary. Table 4, Future Traffic CNEL at Outdoor Use Areas, shows future noise levels at outdoor-use areas. Please refer to Figure 8: Site Plan Showing Future Traffic CNEL at Outdoor Use Areas.

Calculations show that future traffic noise levels at the building facades will range from 45.6 CNEL at the west-facing facade near Unit 1 to 70.3 CNEL at the east-facing facade near Units 20 and 21. Table 5 summarizes the traffic noise impacts to the future exterior building facades. Please refer to Figure 9: Site Plan Showing Future Traffic CNEL at Exterior Building Facades.

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Temporary Construction Noise

Section 36.410 [b] of the County of San Diego Noise Ordinance states that construction equipment shall not be operated so as to cause noise at a level in excess of 75 dBA for more than 8 hours during any 24-hour period, when measured at the property lines. The County of San Diego Noise Specialist, John Bennett, has requested that this regulation be interpreted as follows: the average eight-hour equivalent noise level of the construction equipment shall not exceed 75 dBA when averaged each hour at any property line used for residential purposes. This is in contrast to the previous interpretation, whereas equipment shall not exceed 75 dBA over an eight-hour average at a property line used for residential purposes. Please refer to Appendix F: Section 36.410 (b) of the County of San Diego Noise Ordinance.

Construction activities shall be limited to the following hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday [except legal holidays], and 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday. There will be no construction activity on Sunday. Fences and gates will be installed as a control feature to limit after hours access to the construction site. The project-related construction noise is expected to only occasionally exceed background noise levels for short durations. Grading operations should take seven [7] days to complete. Please refer to Appendix G, which includes correspondence from the engineer [Tom Edgemon of TNBC] outlining the minimal scope of these activities. It is expected that standard earthmoving equipment, such as dozers, graders, tractors, and front loaders may be used. Please refer to Table 8. No proposed work schedule is available for the project at this time.


Construction Equipment

For a typical eight [8] hour period of grading operations, the applicant expects the equipment to operate simultaneously for up to 10% of that time.

An assumption of an ambient noise level of 45 dBA was used to determine the 8-hour LEQ. When the heavy equipment is operated as described above for 10% of eight [8] hours simultaneously, the average 8-hour equivalent noise level will be as high as 75 dBA at the southern property line.

The Eilar Associates Job #A61212N1 January 3, 2007 Page 13 average 8-hour equivalent noise level will be as high as 72 dBA at the nearest residential property at a distance of fifty [50'] feet south of the southern project property line near the facade of the residence. The average 8-hour equivalent noise level will not exceed the 75 dB noise limit at the western, northern, and eastern property lines.

Therefore, no temporary construction noise mitigation is required due to projected grading operations at the project site. Table 9 summarizes the heavy equipment noise impacts. Please refer to Figure 10 for the Preliminary Grading Plan showing heavy equipment and receiver locations.

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ORDINANCE NO.10032 [N.S.]

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE TO ADD TITLE 8, DIVISION 6, CHAPTER 7,
ADOPTING REGULATIONS RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION IN LANDSCAPING

The Board of Supervisors of the County of San Diego ordains as follows:

Section 1. The Board of Supervisors finds and determines as follows:

The State of California adopted the Water Conservation in Landscaping Act, Government Code sections 65590 et seq. in 1990.  The Act required the State Department of Water Resources to adopt a model water efficient landscape ordinance by January 1, 1992.  The Act further provided that if a local agency had not by January 1, 1993 either: [1] adopted findings based on climatic, geological or topographical conditions or water availability stating a water efficient landscape ordinance is unnecessary or [2] adopted a water efficient landscape ordinance, then the model water efficient landscape ordinance adopted by the Department of Water Resources would take effect within the local jurisdiction and be enforced by the local agency.  The County amended the County Zoning Ordinance adopting water efficient landscape regulations before the January 1, 1993 deadline.

 

CHAPTER 7. WATER CONSERVATION IN LANDSCAPING

SEC. 86.701. PURPOSE

The State Legislature determined in the Water Conservation in Landscaping Act [the "Act"], Government Code sections 65591 et seq., that the State's water resources are in limited supply.  The Legislature also recognized that while landscaping is essential to the quality of life in California, landscape design, installation, maintenance and management must be water efficient.  The general purpose of this chapter is to establish water use standards for landscaping in the unincorporated area of the County that implement the 2006 development landscape design requirements established by the Act.  Consistent with the Legislature's findings the purpose of this chapter is to:

[a]  Promote the values and benefits of landscapes while recognizing the need to utilize water and other resources as efficiently as possible.

[b]  Establish a structure for planning, designing, installing, maintaining and managing water efficient landscapes in new construction.

[c]  Promote the use, when available, of tertiary treated recycled water, for irrigating landscaping.

[d]  Use water efficiently without waste by setting a Maximum Applied Water Allowance for new projects as an upper limit for water use and reduce water use to the lowest practical amount.

 

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* 41% WATER CONSERVATION ACHIEVED

Water Conservation Effected [Savings] 746.5 Units of Water Per Year
Percentage of Savings : 41%

DESCRIPTION OF THE SITE


The site is approximately two [2[ acres = 87,120 square feet.

Approximately 29,012.5 square feet will be permanently irrigated by an automatic control systems and landscaped.
Approximately 3,218.5 square feet will be maintained in a native / natural environs setting to facilitate conditions associated with an existing easement in favor of the Fallbrook Public Utility District [FPUD], and a sloping slope segment aligned with the offsite historic concrete bridge. The subject areas feature existing decomposed granite and in situ granitic formations.

Improved, irrigated and maintained landscape areas provide for approximately thirty-three [33%] percent of the subject property. The majority of the site is characterized by level topography in aligned gradient with South Mission Road and Overland Trail [a private road], formerly utilized as a mineral extraction quarry site by a local Fallbrook Community Family, mining decomposed granite to a level lot configuration. The rear of the project, located site-westerly and northwesterly is an previously executed cut slope to approximately thirty-one [31'] feet in height. The general condition of the site is considered a disturbed and previously graded lot. No existing structures are located upon the site.

Aspect, or the direction of the slope is facing, is an important consideration for efficient irrigation water management. A south, southwesterly, or westerly facing slope will dry out faster than a north, northeasterly, or westerly facing slope. The Country Gardens II site enjoys an easterly facing and a southerly facing slope.

Soils are an important consideration for their water holding capabilities, and representational infiltration rates. Water will rapidly drain through a sandy soil, but may infiltrate a clay soil only at a rate of approximately one tenth [1/10th] of one [1"] inch per hour depending on specific site conditions.

Following the installation of the automatic irrigation system a functionality test of the spray systems should be performed to determine the infiltration rate of water into the specific hydrozone test area. Recordings shall be made of the lengths of time before water begins o flow over the surface of the soil. The length of time recorded shall become the maximum operating time for any single irrigation cycle for that specific circuit.

 

EXPLANATION OF WATER REQUIREMENTS CALCULATIONS

The following is a brief explanation of a method of calculating the approximate landscape water requirements following a normal plant establishment period. This method is a simplification of that used in the State Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance.

Using historical monthly evapotranspiration [ETo] data, harvested from the State of California Irrigation Management Information System [CIMIS], provided in this report, calculations may be generated in estimating monthly, seasonal, or on an annual basis for each hydrozone. This Water Management Plan will provide seasonal calculations.

SITE WATER REQUIREMENTS

The following pages of this Water Management Plan provide detailed information on seasonal water requirement estimates for the Country Gardens II site. This information is provided on County of San Diego format work sheets. Annual total site water use, and supporting calculations of each seasonal use for each hydrozone are provided.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF CALCULATIONS

Maximum Applied Water Allowance in Units of Water : 1,816.9
Proposed Irrigation System & Landscape Plantings Usage : 1,070.4
Water Conservation Effected [Savings] 746.5
Percentage of Savings : 41%


WATER DELIVERY SYSTEMS

The proposed landscape irrigation system includes low-flowage, matched participation rate sprinkler heads, drip category emitters, check valves, an electric automatic irrigation controller suitable for all categories of water schedule applications, including rotors, spray, drip and emitter, and a rain sensing automatic shut off device. All sprinkler spray heads shall be adjusted to prevent water overspray onto paved surfaces and hardscape, and structural walls. Overspray adjustments shall be made during regular irrigation monitoring and maintenance schedules.

Anticipated irrigation precipitation rates for the five [5] hydrozones are as follows;

Hydrozone 1    2.58 inches / hour
Hydrozone 2    1.64 inches / hour
Hydrozone 3    2.15 gallons per hour [gph]
Hydrozone 4    2.05 gallons per hour [gph]
Hydrozone 5    0.00 inches / hour

A post-inspection water audit is recommended to determine actual precipitation rates and the Distribution Uniformity [DU] for the irrigation system.

 

SUMMARY OF WATER CONSERVATION METHODS AND WATER SAVINGS

This project is designed for efficient use and conservation of water resources. Landscape plantings are grouped into specific hydrozones incorporating bark and other mulch as top dressing, irrigated with bubblers, emitters or drip water delivery hardware, and modern irrigation equipment such as low precipitation sprinkler heads, automatic irrigation controllers, and a rain sensing device, wherever appropriate. The landscape design for this project uses an estimated forty-one [41%] percent less water than the same project designed using all cool season turf grass with a spray irrigation system.

The information provided in this plan can, if used properly, be an excellent guideline to the efficient application of water to the landscape throughout the year. This plan will be of diminished value however, without continuous observation by qualified maintenance personnel. Plant observation for signs of stress must be made on a regular basis so that field adjustments may be made to watering schedules. Regular irrigation inspections must be made to assure proper functioning of the irrigation equipment and provide for uniform water application. Repairs of malfunctioning equipment and mis-aligned sprinkler heads should be made immediately.

These practices, along with regular water application audits will assure continued water application efficiencies and support a healthy landscape.

 

REPRESENTATIONAL CALCULATIONS SHEETS
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN [SDCWMP]

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Annual Anticipated Evapotranspiration : ETo Total

Seasonal ETo Categories & Schedule
Monthly ETo Calculations

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Hydrozone & Brief Narrative

WMP ETo & Kc Calculations
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SEC. 86.722. CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

Each person issued a water use authorization who has installed approved landscaping and irrigation, other than a single family residence with a total landscaped area less than 5,000 square feet shall submit:

[a]  A certificate of completion on a form provided by the Director DPLU within ten [10] days after installation, verifying that the landscaping and irrigation were installed as allowed in the approved landscape and irrigation plan, that all approved soil amendments were implemented and the installed irrigation system is functioning as designed and approved.  The certificate of completion shall be signed under penalty of perjury by the person to whom the water use authorization has been issued and by a California licensed, landscape architect, civil engineer or architect.  Where the water use authorization has been issued to a single family homeowner with a landscaped area of 5,000 square feet or more who hired a licensed landscape contractor to install the landscaping and irrigation, the certificate shall be signed under penalty of perjury by the homeowner and the contractor.

[b]  An irrigation schedule that complies with section 86.723 that describes the irrigation times and water usage for the project

[c]  A landscape and irrigation system maintenance schedule that complies with section 86.724.

[d]  A soil management report that complies with section 86.708(b) if the applicant did not submit the report with the landscape documentation package.

 

 

 

 

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SUBJECT AIRSPACE COMPATIBILITY COMPONENT

FALLBROOK COMMUNITY AIRPARK
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OVERVIEW OF THE PLAN

The basic function of airport land use compatibility plans is to promote compatibility between airports and the land uses that surround them to the extent that these areas are not already devoted to incompatible uses.

With limited exceptions, California law requires preparation of a compatibility plan for each public-use and military airport in the state.

Most counties have established an airport land use commission, as provided for in the law, to prepare compatibility plans for the airports in that county and to review land use plans and development proposals, as well as certain airport development plans, for consistency with the compatibility plans.

In San Diego County, the airport land use commission function rests with the Board of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority [SDCRAA], as provided in Section 21670.3 of the California Public Utilities Code.

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STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS

POWERS AND DUTIES

Requirements for creation of airport land use commissions [ALUCs] were first established under the California State Aeronautics Act [Public Utility Code Sections 21670, et seq.] in 1967. [See Appendix A herein for a copy of the statutes].

Although the law has been amended numerous times since then, the fundamental purpose of ALUCs to promote land use compatibility around airports has remained unchanged. As expressed in the present statutes, this purpose is:"...to protect public health, safety, and welfare by ensuring the orderly expansion of airports and the adoption of land use measures that minimize the public's exposure to excessive noise and safety hazards within areas around public airports to the extent that these areas are not already devoted to incompatible uses."

The statutes give ALUCs the following powers and duties, subject to limitations, by which to accomplish this objective:

1.  To assist local agencies in ensuring compatible land uses in the vicinity of airports to the extent that land in the vicinity of the airports is not already devoted to incompatible uses;

2.  To coordinate planning at the state, regional and local levels, so as to provide for the orderly development of air transportation, while at the same time protecting the public health, safety and welfare;

3.  To prepare and adopt an airport land use compatibility plan; and

4.  To review the plans, regulations, and certain other actions of local agencies and airport operators for consistency with that plan.

 

SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIRPORT LAND USE COMMISSION


As noted earlier in this chapter, the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority serves as the airport land use commission in San Diego County. The SDCRAA designation as the San Diego County ALUC is written into state law [Public Utilities Code Section 21670.3]. SDCRAA assumed the ALUC duties from the San Diego Association of Governments [SANDAG] when the Airport Authority came into existence on January 1, 2003. SANDAG had served as the San Diego County ALUC since December 1970 when the ALUC function was first established.

The legislation establishing SDCRAA gives the agency not only the role as the County's ALUC, but also two other key roles with regard to aviation in San Diego County. It is the operator of San Diego International Airport [SDIA], the sole major domestic and international airline airport in the County. Additionally, SDCRAA is responsible for leading the comprehensive planning effort directed at meeting the long-term air transportation service demands of the region. While these three functions are housed within a single organization, the ALUC role is largely independent of the others because by law ALUCs have no authority over airport operations.

This Compatibility Plan thus plays no direct part in determining the future of SDIA or the Airport Site Selection program for serving the county's longterm air transportation needs. For the purposes of this Compatibility Plan, all existing public-use and military airports in the County are assumed to continue in their present roles.

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RELATIONSHIP TO AIRPORT MASTER PLANS

Airport land use compatibility plans are distinct from airport master plans in function and content. In simple terms, the issues addressed by airport master plans are primarily on-airport whereas those of concern in a compatibility plan are mostly off-airport. The purpose of airport master plans is to assess the demand for airport facilities and to guide the development necessary to meet those demands.

An airport master plan is prepared for and adopted by the agency that owns and/or operates the airport.

In contrast, the major purpose of a compatibility plan is to ensure that incompatible development does not occur on lands surrounding the airports. The responsibility for preparation and adoption of compatibility plans lies with each county's airport land use commission.

This distinction notwithstanding, the relationship between the two types of plans is close. Specifically, Public Utilities Code Section 21675(a) requires that ALUC plans be based upon a long-range airport master plan adopted by the airport owner/proprietor. If such a plan does not exist for a particular airport, an airport layout plan may be used subject to approval by the California Division of Aeronautics.

The responsibility of master planning of the Fallbrook Community Airpark rests with the airport's proprietor, the County of San Diego, Department of Public Works. In accordance with state law, the features of the Fallbrook Community Airpark Master Plan Final Report [March 2006] and the associated airport layout plan [February 2006] having implications for off-airport land use have been taken into account in the preparation of this Compatibility Plan.

In particular, the role of the airport and the planned long-term development of the runway system as identified in the master plan were major inputs to the compatibility policies.

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FORECASTING METHODOLOGY

The projected airport activity levels upon which policies in the Fallbrook Community Airpark Land Use Compatibility Plan are based have been determined in accordance with the forecasting methodology guidance contained in the California Airport Land Use Planning Handbook. The chief consideration is that the Public Utilities Code [Section 21675(a)] requires that a compatibility plan must reflect "the anticipated growth of the airport during at least the next twenty [20] years." This same code section also requires the compatibility plan to be based upon the airport sponsor's adopted airport master plan where one exists.

Frequently, unless the master plan is very recent, its forecasts cannot be directly used because they do not cover the requisite 20-year time period. A final forecasting factor therefore is one pointed out in the Handbook:"

…most airports presumably will remain in operation for more than twenty [20] years. This factor combined with the characteristic uncertainty of forecasting suggests that, for the purposed of airport land use compatibility planning, using a high estimate of long-range activity levels is generally preferable to underestimating the future potential. This strategy especially applies with respect to assessment of noise impacts. Too low of a forecast may allow compatibility conflicts that cannot later be undone."

The caveat to this methodology, as also stated in the Handbook, is that "activity projections must also be reasonable." As more fully described in Chapters 3 and 4 of this Compatibility Plan, the Fallbrook Community Airpark Airport Master Plan Final Report [March 2006] covers the requisite 20-year time frame. Furthermore, given the Handbook guidelines above, the high-forecast scenario included in the master plan is utilized for the purposes of this Compatibility Plan.

 

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PLAN IMPLEMENTATION

GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY

As noted above, state law requires each local agency having jurisdiction over land uses within an ALUC's planning area to modify its general plan and any affected specific plans to be consistent with the compatibility plan. The law says that the local agency must take this action within 180 days of when the ALUC adopts or amends its plan. The only other course of action available to local agencies is to overrule the ALUC by a two-thirds vote of its governing body after making findings that the agency's plans are consistent with the intent of state airport land use planning statutes. Additionally, the local agency must provide both the ALUC and the California Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics, with a copy of the local agency's proposed decision and findings at least 45 days in advance of its decision to overrule and must hold a public hearing on the proposed overruling [Public Utilities Code Section 21676(a) and (b)].

The ALUC and the Division of Aeronautics may provide comments to the local agency within 30 days of receiving the proposed decision and findings. If comments are submitted, the local agency must include them in the public record of the final decision to overrule the ALUC [Sections 21676, 21676.5 and 21677.] Note that similar requirements apply to local agency overruling of ALUC actions concerning individual development proposals for which ALUC review is mandatory [Section 21676.5(a)] and airport master plans [Section 21676(c)].

A general plan does not need to be identical with the ALUC compatibility plan in order to be consistent with the compatibility plan. To meet the consistency test, a general plan must do two things:

1.  It must specifically address compatibility planning issues, either directly or through reference to a zoning ordinance or other policy document; and

2.  It must avoid direct conflicts with compatibility planning criteria.

Many community general plans pay little attention to the noise and safety factors associated with airport land use compatibility. Also, some of the designated land uses of property near an airport frequently are contrary to good airport compatibility planning. The County of San Diego may need to make some modification to its general plan and/or other land use policy documents in order to meet the Compatibility Plan's consistency requirements. It must be emphasized, however, that local agencies need not change land use designations to bring them into consistency with the ALUC criteria if the current designations merely reflect existing development. They merely would need to establish policies to ensure that the nonconforming uses would not be expanded in a manner inconsistent with this Compatibility Plan and that any redevelopment of the affected areas would be made consistent with the compatibility criteria.

 

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AIRPORT INFLUENCE AREA

In accordance with guidance from the state Handbook and as defined in the Business and Professions Code [Section 11010], the Fallbrook Community Airpark influence area is established as "the area in which current or future airport-related noise, overflight, safety, or airspace protection factors may significantly affect land uses or necessitate restrictions on those uses." To facilitate implementation and reduce unnecessary referrals of projects to the ALUC, the airport influence area is divided into Review Area 1 and Review Area 2. The composition of each is determined as follows:

REVIEW AREA 1

Review Area 1 consists of locations where noise and/or safety concerns may necessitate limitations on the types of land uses. Specifically, Review Area 1 contains both the 55 dB CNEL noise contours and all of the safety zones depicted on the associated maps in this chapter. Within the Review Area 1, all types of land use actions are to be submitted to the ALUC for review to the extent review is required by law.

REVIEW AREA 2

Review Area 2 consists of locations beyond Review Area 1 but within the airspace protection and/or overflight areas depicted on the associated maps in this chapter. Limits on the heights of structures, particularly in areas of high terrain, are the only restrictions on land uses within Review Area 2. The additional function of this area is to define where various mechanisms to alert prospective property owners about the nearby airport are appropriate. Within Review Area 2, only land use actions for which the height of objects is an issue are subject to ALUC review (see Policy 1.6.2(a)(2) of Chapter 2). The boundaries of Review Areas 1 and 2 are shown on each of the four compatibility policy maps in this chapter. The Fallbrook Community Airpark influence area encompasses unincorporated lands of San Diego County, including a portion of the community of Fallbrook. Much of the Fallbrook Community Airpark influence area overlaps the airspace protection area for Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton. Height limits criteria for the latter need to be considered in this area along with the criteria for Fallbrook Community Airpark.

 

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NOISE IMPACT ZONES

The noise contours established for the purpose of evaluating the noise compatibility of land use development in the influence area of Fallbrook Community Airpark are depicted on Map FAL-1. As required by state law [Public Utilities Code Section 21675(a)], the noise contours reflect the anticipated growth of the airport during at least the next twenty [20] years.

The activity forecast described above was used in the contour calculations. However, as noted in Chapter 4, the contours in Map FAL-1 reflect a combination of the contours associated with the existing runway position and the proposed 240-foot southward shift. That is, the depicted contours represent the greatest noise level to which each location is or is projected to be exposed during a time frame of at least twenty [20] years beyond the adoption of this plan. Once the runway modification has been completed, adjustment of the noise impact zones may be appropriate.

Aircraft operational data used in the noise contour calculations are summarized in Exhibit FAL-4 in Chapter 4.

 

SAFETY ZONES

The safety zones established for the purpose of evaluating the safety compatibility of land use development in the influence area of Fallbrook Community Airpark are depicted on Map FAL-2. The zone boundaries are based upon general aviation aircraft accident location data contained in the California Airport Land Use Planning Handbook along with data regarding the runway configuration and aircraft operational procedures at Fallbrook Community Airpark. This data is mapped in Exhibit FAL-12 in Chapter 4 of this Compatibility Plan.

To depict the relative risks of aircraft accidents near runway ends, the Handbook provides both a series of risk contours and a set of generic safety zones. The contours are derived directly from the accident location database described in the Handbook and show the relative concentrations of arrival and departure accidents near the ends of runways of different lengths. The generic safety zones are based upon the same data and are depicted for different runway lengths and operational characteristics, but additionally consider aeronautical factors that affect where aircraft accidents are likely to occur. Unlike the contours, these zones have regular geometric shapes. Also, the generic safety zones assume an equal distribution of takeoffs and landings at each runway end.

The risk contours and generic safety zones most relevant to Fallbrook Community Airpark, as depicted in Exhibit FAL-12, are the ones for a runway length of less than 4,000 feet. More information regarding the risk contours and generic safety zones is presented in Appendix C of this ComAs stated in the Handbook, the generic safety zones must be adjusted to reflect the runway configuration and operational characteristics of a particular airport runway. Factors specifically considered in adjusting the generic zones to apply to Fallbrook Community Airpark include:

1.  The airport's very short runway—2,160 feet—means few turns are made close to the runway ends, especially on departure; also, the areas of significant departure accident risk when considered relative to the start of takeoff roll at the north end of the runway is extended southward.

2.  The direction of traffic is predominantly [90%] from north to south—mostly arrivals from the north and departures to the south.

3.  The only straight-in approach procedure is a non-precision approach from the north.

4.  The aircraft traffic pattern is only on the east side of the airfield because of controlled airspace over Marine Corp Base Camp Pendleton to the west.

5.  The runway is proposed to be shifted southward as described above, thus necessitating protection of both the current and future runway end configurations.

 

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AIRSPACE PROTECTION ZONES

The airspace protection zones established for the purpose of evaluating the airspace compatibility of land use development in the influence area of Fallbrook Community Airpark are depicted on Map FAL-3.

The zones represent the imaginary surfaces defined for the airport in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations Part 77 along with the terminal instrument procedures [TERPS] surfaces applicable to the established nonprecision instrument approach procedure [GPS Runway 18] to the north end of the runway. To protect both the existing north and proposed south ends of the runway—the most critical combination—Map FAL-3 represents a combination of the existing and proposed runway configurations.

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OVERFLIGHT ZONES

The overflight zones established for the purpose of providing aircraft overflight notification for land uses in the influence area of Fallbrook Community Airpark are depicted on Map FAL-4. The zones reflect that the airport traffic pattern is limited to the east side of the airport because of the proximity of restricted airspace associated with the adjacent Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. The depiction of the overflight zones is derived from information supplied by the airport operator.



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OVERFLIGHT COMPATIBILITY POLICIES

Overflight Compatibility Criteria for New Development

The overflight compatibility of proposed land uses within the influence area of Fallbrook Community Airpark shall be evaluated in accordance with the policies set forth in this section together with the overflight zones depicted on Map FAL-4 of this chapter. The policies apply to all of the airport influence area [Review Area 1 and Review Area 2].

State Law Requirements Regarding Real Estate Transfer Disclosure: Effective January 1, 2004, California state statutes [Business and Professional Code Section 11010 and Civil Code Sections 1102.6, 1103.4, and 1353] require that, as part of many residential real estate transactions, information be disclosed regarding whether the property is situated within an airport influence area.

(a) These state requirements apply to the sale or lease of newly subdivided lands and condominium conversions and to the sale of certain existing residential property.

(b) The statutes define an airport influence area as "the area in which current or future airport- related noise, overflight, safety, or airspace protection factors may significantly affect land uses or necessitate restrictions on those uses as determined by an airport land use commission."

(1) The airport influence area for the Fallbrook Community Airpark is identified on Map FAL-4, Compatibility Policy Map: Overflight.

(2) For the purposes of compliance with the state statutes, San Diego County Airport Land Use Commission policy is that the disclosure requirements shall apply within the airport influence area [Review Area 1 and Review Area 2].

(c) Where disclosure is required, the state statutes dictate that the following statement shall be provided:

NOTICE OF AIRPORT IN VICINITY: This property is presently located in the vicinity of an airport, within what is known as an airport influence area. For that reason, the property may be subject to some of the annoyances or inconveniences associated with proximity to airport operations [for example: noise, vibration, or odors]. Individual sensitivities to those annoyances can vary from person to person. You may wish to consider what airport annoyances, if any, are associated with the property before you complete your purchase and determine whether they are acceptable to you.

(d) For the purposes of this Compatibility Plan, the disclosure provisions of state law are deemed mandatory for new development and shall continue in effect as ALUC policy even if the state law is revised or rescinded. Also ALUC policy requires that signs providing the above notice be prominently posted in the real estate sales office and/or other key locations at any new development within the airport influence area [Review Area 1 and Review Area 2].

(e) Although not required by state law, the recommendation of the San Diego County Airport Land Use Commission is that the above airport proximity disclosure should be provided as part of all real estate transactions involving private property within the airport influence area [Review Area 1 and Review Area 2], especially any sale, lease, or rental of residential property. Furthermore, the ALUC recommends that each land use jurisdiction affected by this Compatibility Plan adopt a policy designating these areas as the places where disclosure of airport proximity is required under state
law or is otherwise appropriate. Although strongly encouraged, adherence to this policy is not mandatory as it applies to existing land uses over which the ALUC does not have authority.

 

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Planning Commission approves Fallbrook Residential Memory Care Facility permit

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The county’s Planning Commission voted 7-0 September 19 to approve a major use permit for the Fallbrook Residential Memory Care facility.  The proposed facility will serve those with degenerative memory diseases.

The 16,780-square-foot facility at the northwest corner of South Mission Road and Overland Trail will include twenty-seven [27] suites which will support forty-nine [49] Residents. The facility will also provide twenty-two [22] on-site parking spaces as well as landscaping.

"It’s an outstanding amenity to the Fallbrook village," said environmental planner and project designer Tom Edgemon of TNBC.

The Fallbrook Residential Memory Care Facility will be owned and operated by locally-based, experienced operators.  The new facility will include two [2] suites specifically oriented for hospice care, a visiting physicians’ suite to facilitate private patient counseling, an on-site podiatrist suite, and an on-site beauty salon.

The Fallbrook Residential Memory Care Facility will be a single-story facility with wood-framed stucco clad. "We designed it as one large home," Edgemon said.  The two-acre parcel is currently undeveloped and is zoned Rural Residential, which permits group care facilities if a major use permit [MUP] has been issued.  Access to The Fallbrook Residential Memory Care Facility will be provided by a driveway from South Mission Road.

The off-site improvements will include construction of a deceleration lane along South Mission Road.  The Fallbrook Residential Memory Care Facility will also maintain a nearby sycamore tree to fourteen [14] feet, providing five hundred [500'] feet visibility for turning onto South Mission Road.  A new public roadway to Overland Trail will be dedicated and built to county standards. "We’re trying to be good neighbors," Edgemon said. "This creates far superior residential community entry."

The Fallbrook Residential Memory Care Facility will also clean up the off-site historic bridge which was once part of US Highway 395 and connect a walking trail to that bridge.

 

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