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09-03-19 Town Council PacketTown Council Tuesday, September 03, 2019 4:00 PM 130 Kearns Road Council Chambers Agenda 1.CALL TO ORDER - Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council 2.ROLL CALL 3.PUBLIC COMMENT - This section is set aside for the Town Council to LISTEN to comments by the public regarding items that do not otherwise appear on this agenda. Generally, the Town Council will not discuss the issue and will not take an official action under this section of the agenda. (Five Minute Time Limit) 4.CONSENT AGENDA - These are items where all conditions or requirements have been agreed to or met prior to the time they come before the Council for final action. A Single Public Hearing will be opened for all items on the Consent Agenda. These items will be approved by a single motion of the Council. The Mayor will ask if there is anyone present who has objection to such procedure as to certain items. Members of the Council may also ask that an item be removed from the consent section and fully discussed. All items not removed from the consent section will then be approved. A member of the Council may vote no on specific items without asking that they be removed from the consent section for full discussion. Any item that is removed from the consent agenda will be placed on the regular agenda. 4.A.DRAFT AGENDAS Draft Agendas Page 4 5.POLICY/LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS 1 Town Council Page - 2 5.A.FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 11, SERIES OF 2019 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE BUDGET Agenda Summary Budget Ord Page 7 Ordinance 11, 2019 Page 9 6.PUBLIC HEARINGS - QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS - Public Hearings are the formal opportunity for the Town Council to LISTEN to the public regarding the issue at hand. For land use hearings the Council is required to act in a quasi-judicial capacity. When acting as a quasi-judicial body, the Council is acting in much the same capacity as a judge would act in a court of law. Under these circumstances, the judicial or quasi-judicial must limit its consideration to matters which are placed into evidence and are part of the public record. The Council must base their decision on the law and the evidence presented at the hearing. 6.A.PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF 2019 - ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF 2019 AN ORDINANCE REGARDING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE TOWN’S OFFICIAL ZONE DISTRICT MAP INVOLVING TOWN HOUSING DEPARTMENT-INITIATED RE-ZONINGS FROM ‘RECREATION (REC)’ TO ‘MULTI-FAMILY (MF)’ AFFECTING LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY MASTER SUBDIVISION PLAT AND FROM ‘SF-150’ TO ‘MF’ AND CONSERVATION (‘CON’) AFFECTING LOTS 2-S AND 2-M OF THE SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION; AND THE NEW COFFEY PLACE HOUSING SUBDIVISION PLAT INVOLVING PARTIAL AMENDMENTS TO OPEN SPACE ‘A’ OF THE RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION, LOTS 2-S AND 2-M OF THE SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION AS AMENDED IN 2013, AND LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY MASTER SUBDIVISION PLAT, INCLUDING, A) DEVELOPMENT IN WILDLIFE SENSITIVE WINTER RANGE AREAS, B) DEVELOPMENT ENCROACHMENTS AND OTHER CODE-EXCEPTION ITEMS WITHIN THE BRUSH CREEK IMPACT AREA, THE ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY AREA, AND THE TOWN REQUIRED 25-FOOT WETLAND SETBACK AREA, AND C) DEVELOPMENT IN AREAS CONTAINING GREATER THAN THIRTY PERCENT (30%) SLOPES. Agenda Summary Coffee Place Page 11 Attachment 1 Public Notice Page 14 Attachment 2a Ordinance 10 Page 16 Attachment 2b Exhibits A - S Page 33 Attachment 3 Public Comments Page 81 7.ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 2 Town Council Page - 3 7.A.COFFEY PLACE - OWNERS UPDATE Agenda Summary Owners Update Coffee Place Page 115 Attachment 1 Housing Projects Purchases Funding Options Page 120 Attachment 2 Housing Funds Available Page 121 Attachment 3 - Excise Tax - projected 7.B.2019 COMMUNITY SURVEY REPORT OF RESULTS Agenda Summary Survey Report of Results Page 122 Community Survey Findings Report Page 124 Community Survey Open Ended Comments Page 259 8.TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS - Reports and Updates 9.ADJOURNMENT 3 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items • Regular Meetings begin at 4:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted • Work Sessions begin at 4:00 p.m. and aim to end at 6:00 p.m. • The dates on which agenda items are listed are only a best approximation. Agenda items are added to this list as they arise. Agenda items may well be moved to different meeting dates. Agendas are generally not finalized until the Thursday prior to the meeting. • In addition to agenda items, this document also lists expected absences of Town Council members. In compliance with section 2-49 of the municipal code, once the consent agenda is approved, the absences noted will be considered to have received the prior approval necessary of the majority of the Council for members to be absent from meetings. 2019 Meetings Tue. Sep. 3rd - Regular Meeting (Monday is Labor Day) • 2019 Community Survey Report of Results • Continued Public Hearing and Ord 10 – Coffey Place • Coffey Place owners update • First reading ordinance amending 2019 budget Mon. Sep. 9th - Work Session (Sirkus Out) (Butler out ?) • Joint Meeting with POSTR Board • Joint Meeting with PTRAB • Compensation Analysis Review Thurs. Sep 12 4:00 CML Outreach • 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 Town Council Chambers • 5:30 p.m. -6:30 p.m. Social Hour Limelight • 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. dinner Limelight Mon. Sep. 16th - Regular Meeting • Second reading ordinance amending 2019 budget • Discussion regarding flavor tabaco ban • Review Proposed Housing Regulations Modifications? • Introduction of Town Park Design Concepts • Sorenson Art Piece location approval Thur. Sep. 19 – Joint Meeting w/BOCC • 5:00 p.m. Snowmass Club Mon. Oct. 7th - Regular Meeting • 2020 Budget Introduction • Review proposed changes to housing regulations • Review results of the employee survey Mon. Oct. 14th - Work Session • Joint Meeting with Citizen Grant Review Board • Continued budget review Thurs. Oct. 17th - EOTC Meeting -Aspen to Chair 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 4 of 338 4 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items Mon. Oct. 21st - Regular Meeting • Continued budget review Tourism Department Presentation Mon. Nov. 4th – Regular GID Meeting • GID revised Budget 2019 • GID Budget 2020 Mon. Nov. 4th - Regular Meeting • PH and Reso Adopting 2020 Budget • Public Hearing – Road Mill Levy Mon. Nov. 11th -Work Session • GID Budget approval Mon. Nov. 18th - Regular Meeting Mon. Dec. 2nd - Regular Meeting Mon. Dec. 9th – Regular GID Meeting • GID – Reso Setting Mill Levy Mon. Dec. 9th - Special Meeting • TC – Reso Setting Mill Levy Mon. Dec. 16th - Regular Meeting 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 5 of 338 5 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items Topics for Work Sessions or Other Meetings Requested by Town Council Members • Explore the potential of having or creating a not-for-profit to support the arts community in addition the SAAB • Senior Housing Discussion • Broad discussion regarding dogs on trails and leash law enforcement • Discussion regarding putting a tobacco tax on November ballot • Discussion to consider a ban on the sale of flavored tobacco • Review the outdoor smoking ordinance to consider modifications • Update on Daly Town Home regarding retaining wall • How did they do that? • Environmental Discussions/ Approaches: 1) Meet with EAB and prioritize Sustainability goals 2) update on Solar and Renewable Energy for the Town of Snowmass Village 3) Discuss the Climate Reality Project 4) overview of the Re-Op Fund, its uses and successes. 5) a presentation of the Energy Navigator from the EAB/PW 6) discussion regarding how to move energy conservation efforts beyond town government to a community wide effort enabling individuals to help make progress 7) Update Council on solar project that was included in 2019 budget with findings from FAB, etc • Housing strategy: 1) discuss a potential regional approach to aging in place/ work with Pitkin county and county senior services- 2) find ways to encourage/ allow individuals to move from larger homes to smaller homes 3) meeting other needs- such as specific housing for town employees 4) update on current housing construction project 5) update on meeting the overall housing strategy • Action on Necessary IGA’s or other documents regarding “school property tax” distribution • A discussion on potentially allowing camping (RV or other) within the Village • Schedule Updates will all of the Town Boards to review priorities and current initiatives o EAB o FAB o PTRAB o POSTR o Marketing o Grants – Recent Awards; Review of Criteria; Purpose, etc. o SAAB o Planning • RFTA Strategic Priorities Update w. New Mill Levy 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 6 of 338 6 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: September 3, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: ORDINANCE NO. 11, SERIES OF 2019 – FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2019 BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND AND THE POST GRANT FUND FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PRESENTED BY: Clint Kinney, Town Manager BACKGROUND: The General Fund budget is proposed to be amended to include the additional funding needed for the Ice Cube Art Project of $40,000 and to include the use of the Art Board escrow funds of $22,000 for the Triangle Art Project. The POST (Peace Officer Standards & Training) Grant Fund is proposed to be amended due to the new grant received for the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. This revision of $86,754 covers the training period of July 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019. FINANCIAL IMPACT: The Ice Cube Project of $40,000 will be funded from the General Fund funds available and the Triangle Project of $22,000 will be funded from the existing art escrow funds. The POST Grant funds of $86,754 will be both a revenue (for the approved grant funding) and an expenditure (for the training and associated costs of the program). APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: . COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Approve the First Reading of Ordinance No. 11, Series of 2019 funding the amended budget items. 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 7 of 338 7 2. Deny the First Reading of Ordinance No. 11 Series of 2019 declining funding the amended budget items. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended to amend the budget by approving Ordinance No. 11, Series of 2019 . ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance No. 11, Series of 2019 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 8 of 338 8 SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1 TOWN COUNCIL 2 3 ORDINANCE NO. 11 4 SERIES OF 2019 5 6 7 8 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2019 BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND AND 9 THE POST GRANT FUND FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. 10 11 12 WHEREAS, Clint Kinney, Town Manager, has submitted changes to the 2019 13 Adopted Budget; and 14 15 WHEREAS, the 2019 amendments include changes to the General Fund and the 16 POST Grant Fund; and 17 18 WHEREAS, the General Fund is revised to include expenditures for the Ice Cube 19 Art Project and the Triangle Art Project; and 20 21 WHEREAS, the POST Grant Fund is revised to include additional revenues and 22 expenditures of the I-70 West POST Grant; and 23 24 WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Home Rule Charter requires 25 adjustments to the budget when circumstances change relating to the budget. 26 27 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of 28 Snowmass Village, Colorado: 29 30 31 Section One: Revised Budget 32 That the Town of Snowmass Village 2019 budget for the General Fund 33 and the POST Grant Fund be adjusted to include the below amendments. 34 35 Section Two: Appropriation 36 That the below 2019 revised revenues and expenditures are hereby 37 appropriated for expenditure during the 2019 budget year. 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 9 of 338 9 19-11 TC Ord Page 2 of 2 Town of Snowmass Village Budget Changes - 2019 Revised Budget 2019 Revenues 2019 Expenditures General Fund $ 62,000 POST Grant Fund $ 86,754 $ 86,754 TOTAL $ 86,754 $ 148,754 47 Section Three: Effective Date 48 This Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption in accordance with 49 Article X, Section 9.11 (e) of the Home Rule Charter. 50 51 52 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on first reading by the Town Council of 53 Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 3rd day of September, 2019 with a motion made by 54 Council Member _________ and seconded by Council Member ________ and by a 55 vote of __ in favor to __ opposed. 56 57 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of 58 Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 16th day of September, 2019 with a motion made 59 by __________ and seconded by ______________, and by a vote of __ in favor to __ 60 opposed. A roll call was taken, those in favor were_________________________, 61 those opposed were _____________________. 62 63 64 65 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 66 ____________________________ 67 Markey Butler, Mayor 68 69 ATTEST: 70 71 ____________________________ 72 Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk 73 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 10 of 338 10 Page 1 of 3 Town of Snowmass Village Town Council September 3, 2019 Agenda Item: Continued Public Hearing and Second Reading of Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019, regarding proposed Re-zonings from ‘Recreation (REC)’ to ‘Multi-Family (MF)’ affecting Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat and from ‘SF-150’ to ‘MF’ and Conservation (‘CON’) affecting Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision; and the New Coffey Place Housing Subdivision Plat involving partial amendments to platted versus zoned Open Space ‘A’ of the Rodeo Place Subdivision, Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision, and Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat including, a) development within or next to the Elk and Mule Deer sensitive winter range areas, b) development encroachments and other code-exception items within the Brush Creek Impact Area, the Environmental Sensitivity Area, and the Town required 25-foot wetland setback area, and c) development in areas containing greater than thirty percent (30%) slopes. Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner AICP/MPCD Approvals Requested: Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019, for the Re-zonings of the properties in question described above and the new Coffey Place Subdivision Plat for 17 single-family and duplex lots. Reference Attachment 2 of this cover memorandum. Applicant and Representative: Betsy Crum, Director of the Town of Snowmass Village Housing Department; and Chad Molliconi, Senior Project Architect, Charles Cunniffe Architects Background: The applicant submitted the Coffey Place Housing re-zonings and subdivision plat applications on April 14, 2019, as updated May 24, 2019 following completion reviews. The application materials may be found on the Town’s web page at: https://docs.tosv.com/WebLink/Browse.aspx?id=132281&dbid=0&repo=TOSV The signed Planning Commission Resolution No. 4, Series of 2019, was presented to the Town Council during the first reading of the Ordinance on August 5, 2019. Planning Commission’s recommended conditions were incorporated into the ordinance. At the second reading of the draft Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019 on August 19, 2019, the 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 11 of 338 11 Page 2 of 3 Town Council continued the Public Hearing to September 3, 2019 at 4 PM and requested that a site visit be scheduled with story poles to indicate maximum heights and building corners marked. The site visit was held on Monday, August 26 at 4 PM at the subject site. Municipal Code provisions: Section 16A-5-220, ‘Amendments to the Official Zone District Map,’ of the municipal code applies to the proposed re-zonings to ‘MF’ and ‘CON.’ Section 16A-5-400-450 for Amendments to a Final Plat and the required process for a major subdivision plat apply pursuant to the municipal code. The review standards for a subdivision plat, including amendments to three final plats, require compliance with the Development Evaluation Standards in Article IV, which include addressing impacts to the Environmental Sensitivity Map Area, the Brush Creek Impact Area, sensitive wildlife areas, the provisions and exceptions for encroachments into the Town’s required 25-foot wetland setback, and geological hazards and steep slope areas. Other review standards in Article IV pertain to trails, floodplains, fire protection, “off-street” parking standards, building design guidelines and landscaping design. Town Council Options: The Town Council may consider and act upon the second reading of the attached Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019, after the continued public hearing has been conducted on September 3. Reference the publication notice for the public hearing in Attachment 1. Additional public comments have been received and those are referenced in Attachment 3 with the previous public comments provided at the August 5 and 19, 2019 meetings. Town Council may approve, approve with conditions or deny the applications via the prepared ordinance, which may be modified at the meeting. Staff Recommendation: Following the discussions at the first reading of the Ordinance on August 5, 2019 and the continuation of the public hearing at the August 19, 2019 meeting, staff added language to the ordinance that includes: a) an additional ‘Whereas’ statement on page 2 of the ordinance to document the Council’s site visit August 26 and the continued public hearing to Septembers 3, 2019; and b) a recommended Condition No. 6 was added on page 15 of the ordinance that a condominium map be prepared, reviewed and completed prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for the duplex units on proposed Lots CP 1-3. 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 12 of 338 12 Page 3 of 3 Otherwise, it is the recommendation of Town staff that the Town Council hear and consider any additional public comments during the continued public hearing and then act upon and approve the second reading of Ordinance 10 as written and updated. ATTACHMENTS: Attachment 1: Public Hearing Notice published in the Snowmass Sun on July 17, 2019. Attachment 2: Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019, with its reference exhibits including: Exhibit A: Vicinity Map Exhibit B: Legal Descriptions of Affected Existing Platted Fathering Lots Exhibit C: Zoning Maps showing existing and proposed zone districts Exhibit D: Zoning and Dimensional Limitations (outside of ‘MF’ code standards) Exhibit E: Architectural Site Plan Exhibit F: Parking Plan updated July 9, 2019 Exhibit G: Planting / Landscaping Plan Exhibit H: Trail Connection Diagram Exhibit I: Subdivision Plat, updated July 29, 2019 Exhibit J: Engineering / Civil drawing excerpts (grading & paving plans) Exhibit K: Improvements Survey and slope analysis from application Exhibit L: Site and slope stability analysis from Kumar and Associates, Inc. dated March 13, 2019, KL&A Engineers & Builders dated March 14, 2019, and R.A. Nelson dated May 22, 2019. Exhibit M: Environmental review comments dated June 17, 2019 from Dunlop Environmental Consultants, Inc. Exhibit N: Roaring Fork Fire Rescue review comments dated June 24, 2019 Exhibit O: Transportation review comments dated June 25, 2019 Exhibit P: Public Works Department review comments dated June 25, 2019 Exhibit Q: Colorado Parks and Wildlife review comments dated June 26, 2019 Exhibit R: Police, Animal Services comments dated June 26, 2019 Exhibit S: Snowmass Water and Sanitation District’s review comments and Will-Serve letter with conditions dated July 1, 2019 Attachment 3: Public comments received. 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 13 of 338 13 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: August 19, 2019 TIME: During a regular meeting that begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers Town Hall, 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: For the Town Council to consider the Coffey Place Housing applications for proposed Amendments to the Official Zone District Map involving Re-zonings from ‘Recreation (REC)’ to ‘Multi-Family (MF)’ affecting Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat and from ‘SF-150’ to ‘MF’ and Conservation (‘CON’) affecting Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision; and the New Coffey Place Housing Subdivision Plat involving partial amendments to Open Space ‘A’ of the Rodeo Place Subdivision, Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision, and Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat. CODE: The application will be processed pursuant to Section 16A-5-220, ‘Amendment to Official Zone District Map,’ and Section 16A-5-400-440, Subdivision Regulations,’ and Section 16A-5-450, ‘Amendments to a Final Plat’ and the required process for a major subdivision plat that apply pursuant to the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. INFO: Together with the proposed re-zonings, the applications also propose 14 residential subdivided lots for 17 affordable dwelling units, three of which that include single-family attached duplex units on proposed Lots CP 1 – 3 amending portions of Open Space A of the Rodeo Place Subdivision. Also included are proposed Lots CP 4 – 8 for single-family detached homes amending a portion of Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat. Lastly, proposed Lots CP 9 – 14 for new single-family detached units would amend Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision. Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Community Development Department, by telephone at (970) 923-5524 during normal business hours, or via the Town’s web page at: https://docs.tosv.com/WebLink/Browse.aspx?id=132281&dbid=0&repo=TOSV Written comments are encouraged and will be accepted until the close of the public hearing. For inclusion of written comments in the staff report, submissions must be received a minimum of 10 days prior to the public hearing to the following address: Snowmass Village Community Development Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attention: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Email: jimwahlstrom@tosv.com ATTACHMENT 1 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 14 of 338 14 Additional public hearings may be held for which only this published notice may occur. Telephone: (970) 923-3777 Internet Access to Council email: http://www.tosv.com Citizen Feedback Hotline: (970) 922-6727 or clerk@tosv.com Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on July 17, 2019. 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 15 of 338 15 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1 TOWN COUNCIL 2 3 ORDINANCE NO. 10, 4 SERIES OF 2019 5 6 AN ORDINANCE REGARDING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE TOWN’S 7 OFFICIAL ZONE DISTRICT MAP INVOLVING TOWN HOUSING 8 DEPARTMENT-INITIATED RE-ZONINGS FROM ‘RECREATION (REC)’ TO 9 ‘MULTI-FAMILY (MF)’ AFFECTING LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY MASTER 10 SUBDIVISION PLAT AND FROM ‘SF-150’ TO ‘MF’ AND CONSERVATION 11 (‘CON’) AFFECTING LOTS 2-S AND 2 -M OF THE SEVEN STAR 12 SUBDIVISION; AND THE NEW COFFEY PLACE HOUSING SUBDIVISION 13 PLAT INVOLVING PARTIAL AMENDMENTS TO OPEN SPACE ‘A’ OF THE 14 RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION, LOTS 2-S AND 2-M OF THE SEVEN STAR 15 SUBDIVISION AS AMENDED IN 2013, AND LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY 16 MASTER SUBDIVISION PLAT, INCLUDING, A) DEVELOPMENT WITHIN OR 17 NEXT TO THE ELK AND MULE DEER SENSITIVE WINTER RANGE AREAS, B) 18 DEVELOPMENT ENCROACHMENTS AND OTHER CODE-EXCEPTION ITEMS 19 WITHIN THE BRUSH CREEK IMPACT AREA, THE ENVIRONMENTAL 20 SENSITIVITY AREA, AND THE TOWN REQUIRED 25-FOOT WETLAND 21 SETBACK AREA, AND C) DEVELOPMENT IN AREAS CONTAINING 22 GREATER THAN THIRTY PERCENT (30%) SLOPES. 23 24 WHEREAS, Town Council Resolution No. 28, Series of 2006 (“Resolution 25 28”), granted approval for the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat thereby 26 authorizing the platting of six (6) lots and one (1) tract (Tract ‘A’) of land, which 27 was a re-subdivision of the Stables Facility Parcel granted as a subdivision 28 exemption by Town Council pursuant to Resolution No. 43, Series of 1985; and 29 30 WHEREAS, Town Council Ordinance No. 4, Series of 2006 (“Ordinance 4”) 31 granted approval to rezone Tract A of the Entryway Master Plan from Mixed-Use 32 PUD (MU/PUD) to Multi-Family Residential (MF), which was planned for the 33 Rodeo Place Subdivision under study and consideration at that time; and 34 35 WHEREAS, Town Council Resolution No. 39, Series of 2006, granted 36 approval of the Rodeo Place Subdivision, including the platting of common ‘Open 37 Space A’ which remained zoned ‘MF’ by Ordinance No. 4, Series of 2006; and 38 39 WHEREAS, following the a) annexation and zoning of the adjacent Seven 40 Star property by Ordinance No. 7, Series of 2006, b) the Seven Star zoning and 41 subdivision plat by Ordinance No. 8, Series of 2006, and c) the subdivision and 42 special review for two lots and a right-of-way parcel by Town Council Resolution 43 No. 33, Series of 2006, the Seven Star Subdivision was again amended by Town 44 Council Resolution No. 20, Series of 2013, to split Lot 2 into Lots 2-S and 2-M; and 45 46 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 16 of 338 16 19-10 TC Ord Page 2 of 17 WHEREAS, the Housing Department of the Town of Snowmass Village 47 (“Applicant and Owner”) submitted on April 14, 2019 the Coffey Place Housing re-48 zonings and subdivision plat applications. Following a couple completion reviews, 49 the applicant resubmitted the application on May 24, 2019. The applications were 50 referred for evaluation review by May 28, 2019 with review comments requested 51 due on June 24, 2019; and 52 53 WHEREAS, the Town’s Planning Commission reviewed the application, 54 considered the staff report and recommendations, the applicant’s presentation, 55 and public comments on July 10, 2019 and acted upon Resolution No. 4, Series of 56 2019, that provided recommendations to the Town Council; and 57 58 WHEREAS, the Town Council was scheduled to review and consider the 59 application and act on this ordinance at first reading on August 5, 2019 and 60 conduct a public hearing and second reading of this ordinance on August 19, 61 2019; and 62 63 WHEREAS, a publication notice of the public hearing was printed in the 64 Snowmass Sun on July 17, 2019 and the applicant submitted the signed affidavits 65 regarding the mailing and posting of the hearing notices for the Town Council 66 meeting scheduled on August 19, 2019; and 67 68 WHEREAS, the public hearing was continued to September 3, 2019 to 69 reconsider the second reading of this ordinance and a separate site visit was 70 scheduled by the Town Council on August 26 with the public invited to attend; and 71 72 WHEREAS, the Coffey Place Housing Subdivision proposes new Lots CP 1 73 through 3 for duplexes upon a portion of previously platted Open Space A of the 74 Rodeo Place Subdivision. The accompanying Rodeo Place Subdivision plat 75 designated the common ‘Open Space A’ area which remained zoned ‘MF,’ and the 76 area was not zoned ‘Open Space.’ Proposed Lots CP 4 through 7 for single-family 77 detached homes are proposed on a portion of previously platted Lot 5 of the 78 Entryway Master Subdivision Plat. Proposed Lots CP 9 through 14 for single-79 family detached homes are proposed on portions of Lots 2-S and 2-M of the 80 Seven Star Subdivision (reference attached Exhibits A through J); and 81 82 WHEREAS, according to the adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan, the 83 northern portion of the proposed site, in particular proposed Lots CP 9 through 84 14, would be located next to an Elk Winter Range Sensitivity Area but not within 85 the Elk Severe W inter Range Area, an Elk Migration Area (one-third mile away) 86 or an Elk Concentration Area (within one-quarter mile away); and 87 88 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 17 of 338 17 19-10 TC Ord Page 3 of 17 WHEREAS, according to the adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan, most of 89 the proposed site, in particular proposed Lots CP 4 through 14, would be located 90 within the Mule Deer Winter Range Sensitivity Areas but not within the Mule Deer 91 Severe W inter Range Area or the nearby Mule Deer Migration Areas (one-third 92 mile away); and 93 94 WHEREAS, according to the adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan, most of 95 the proposed site, in particular proposed Lots CP 4 through 14, would be located 96 within the Brush Creek Impact and the Environmental Sensitivity Areas as well 97 as in a location that was previously impacted by and currently designated for 98 agricultural uses; and 99 100 WHEREAS, the municipal code states that, “Development shall be set 101 back a minimum of 25-feet, measured horizontally from the outer edge of any 102 riparian or wetland areas that are subject to the provisions of Section 16A-4-30, 103 ‘Brush Creek Impact Area.’” Also per the ‘Definitions’ code it states, 104 “Development means any of the following activities pursuant to this Land Use 105 and Development Code: (a) the subdivision of a parcel of land into two (2) or 106 more parcels, divisions or ownerships; (b) the construction, reconstruction, 107 conversion, expansion or structural alteration, relocation or enlargement of any 108 buildings, structures or accessory structure; (c) any use, change in use or 109 change in intensity of use of any buildings, land or water; or (d) any clearing, 110 grading, filling, excavating or other movement of land;.” and 111 112 WHEREAS, the application proposes encroachments of utilities, roads, 113 drainage, trails, easements, proposed subdivided single-family detached lots, 114 possible foundation work, private driveways, a shared/guest parking area and an 115 above ground lift station within the Town’s required 25-foot wetland setback area, 116 of which, a) certain exceptions are allowed by the code and b) other development 117 requires a super-majority vote of the Town Council pursuant to Section 16A-4-118 30(e) of the Municipal Code; and 119 120 WHEREAS, a review of the existing topographic information in the 121 improvement survey for the Coffey Place Housing application indicates that 122 portions of the proposed lots are located within areas having slopes greater than 123 thirty percent (30%); and 124 125 WHEREAS, Section 16A-4-50(d)(4) of the current Municipal Code enables 126 the Town Council to authorize development on slopes greater than thirty percent 127 (30%) in circumstances such as those presented by the topographic information and 128 proposed subdivision layout if at least three-quarters (¾) of the members of Town 129 Council present and voting approve an ordinance finding that: a) the development is 130 unable to avoid the steep slopes, and the reasons therefore; and b) on the basis of 131 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 18 of 338 18 19-10 TC Ord Page 4 of 17 competent engineering or geologic reports and data and testimony received, the 132 design and/or construction techniques that will be incorporated within the 133 development will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential harm to the public 134 health, safety or welfare; and 135 136 WHEREAS, there has been consideration of the Applicant’s written 137 responses to Section 16A-4-50(a) and Section 16A-4-50(b) regarding developing 138 on slopes greater than 30 percent (per attached improvement survey in Exhibit K) 139 and the site/slope stability analysis from Kumar and Associates, Inc. dated March 140 13, 2019, KL&A Engineers & Builders dated March 14, 2019, and R.A. Nelson 141 dated May 22, 2019 (attached Exhibit L) plus the recommended conditions from 142 the Town Planning Staff; and 143 144 WHEREAS, the proposed re-zonings and the subdivision plat were 145 processed pursuant to Section 16A-5-220, ‘Amendments to Official Zone District 146 Map,’ Section 16A-5-400-440, ‘Subdivision Regulations,’ and Section 16A-5-450, 147 ‘Amendment of final plat.’ 148 149 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town 150 of Snowmass Village, as follows: 151 152 Section One. Findings. The Town Council finds as follows: 153 154 A. PROPOSED RE-ZONINGS TO ‘MF’ AND ‘CON’: 155 156 1. Consistent with Comprehensive Plan. The proposed amendments 157 are sufficiently consistent with the adopted 2018 Town of Snowmass 158 Village Comprehensive Plan because: 159 160 a. According to the Comprehensive Plan under its Town’s 161 Park/Entryway CPA, there are three factors stated that are 162 consistent with the proposal: 163 164 i. The character of any development in the Town Park CPA should 165 be representative of Snowmass Village: pastural, open, rural and 166 authentic. 167 168 ii. In proximity to Town Park, low-density employee housing would 169 be appropriate and should be encouraged. 170 171 iii. Single family or attached homes should be considered along 172 Stallion Circle at the entrance of Rodeo Place, on the north 173 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 19 of 338 19 19-10 TC Ord Page 5 of 17 boundary of Town Park near the tennis courts and at the Seven 174 Star property. 175 176 b. Other relative 2018 Comprehensive Plan adopted policies applied 177 that are consistent with the proposal, subject to addressing the 178 conditions in Section Three of this Ordinance, include: 179 180 i. Protect wildlife habitat and other environmentally sustainable 181 areas. 182 183 ii. Continue to enforce the sensitive wildlife habitat area regulations 184 of the Land Use and Development Code for any new 185 development in Town and for public lands management. 186 187 iii. Develop guidelines for all employee housing to assure 188 compatibility with existing neighborhoods and commercial areas. 189 190 iv. Use the POSTR Master Plan Standards whenever improvements 191 are considered, planned for and implemented. 192 193 2. Consistent with purpose of zone district. The proposed 194 amendments are acceptably consistent with the purpose of the ‘MF’ 195 zone district to which the property will be designated, is compatible 196 with the adjacent Rodeo Place Subdivision also zoned ‘MF,’ including 197 ‘Open Space A,’ and the application proposes no variations from the 198 development parameters established in the ‘MF’ zone district, unlike 199 the Rodeo Place Subdivision. The re-zoning to ‘CON’ is consistent 200 with the conservation easement already in place on a majority of 201 current Lot 2-S of the Seven Star Subdivision. 202 203 3. Compatibility with surrounding zone districts and uses. The 204 development permitted by the proposed amendment is satisfactorily 205 compatible with surrounding zone districts, land uses and 206 neighborhood character. It acceptably results in a logical and orderly 207 development pattern within the overall community and in the 208 immediate vicinity. 209 210 4. Necessary circumstances. The applicant has sufficiently 211 demonstrated that the following circumstances exist: 212 213 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 20 of 338 20 19-10 TC Ord Page 6 of 17 a. Error. There has been a technical error in the boundaries shown 214 on the Official Zone District Map; or 215 216 b. Changed conditions. There have been changed conditions affecting 217 the subject parcel and the surrounding neighborhood that justify 218 the proposed amendment; and 219 220 c. Community need. The proposed amendment addresses and helps 221 to resolve a community need that is documented in or is consistent 222 with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan. 223 224 This standard is met because there are no technical errors that exist on the 225 Official Zone District Map and therefore is not applicable. However, there 226 have been changed conditions and new development in the area over the 227 last 20 to 30 years. Regarding the community need criteria, the affordable 228 housing proposal meets the policies of the comprehensive plan and such a 229 proposal would assist the Town in meeting its goals. While it impacts 230 environmental sensitive areas, subject to meeting certain conditions, the 231 project fulfills an important goal of providing workforce housing considering 232 there is limited land within the Town to construct such housing. 233 234 B. PROPOSED NEW COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION PLAT: 235 236 1. Wildlife Sensitive Areas. Section 16A-4-20(e) of the Municipal Code 237 states that, ‘Development shall be prohibited in elk production areas, elk 238 concentration areas, elk severe winter range, elk migration corridors, 239 mule deer severe winter range, bighorn sheep winter range and the 240 buffer areas surround the next sites of golden eagles, goshawks and 241 red-tailed hawks.’ The proposed Coffey Place Housing is not located in 242 these areas, but only next to or within Elk Winter Range and Mule Deer 243 Winter Range areas pursuant to the 2018 adopted Comprehensive Plan. 244 245 2. Nest sites. The Brush Creek Impact Report provided in the application 246 states that there were no nests or perches found of golden eagles, 247 goshawks and red-tailed hawks. 248 249 3. Frog impacts. Northern Leopard frogs might be impacted by the 250 construction excavation of the project, but the Comprehensive Plan and 251 the Municipal Code do not designate a wildlife sensitivity area for frogs. 252 253 4. Exceptions in 25-foot Wetland Setback. The Municipal Code allows 254 for an exception of water-dependent structures to be located within the 255 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 21 of 338 21 19-10 TC Ord Page 7 of 17 required setback area, such as water quality and drainage related 256 features. It also excepts other necessary structures such as 257 underground utilities, roads, trails, bridges and similar facilities. Such 258 provisions acceptably meet the criteria provided in the Municipal Code 259 because: 260 261 a. It is necessary to locate the structures in the required setback 262 area; 263 b. Any other applicable federal state and local permits have or will 264 be obtained; 265 c. The installation will comply with all other applicable standards of 266 the code, including the submission of a planting plan for 267 restoration of disturbed areas and for visual buffering. 268 269 5. Exception for stream restoration. Per the code, there is an exception 270 for stream restoration which is not proposed. In lieu thereof, the 271 applicant acceptably proposes to install trees and boulders, drainage 272 filtration swales and sedimentation ponds or detention water quality 273 control features, and other landscape buffers around the perimeter of 274 the proposed platted lots. 275 276 6. Development exceptions in 25-foot Wetland Setback. There are 277 proposed platted residential lots, the backyard spaces, possible 278 foundation walls/footings for the homes, certain driveways, the planned 279 six (6)-space guest parking bay, and an above-ground lift station, which 280 are planned to encroach into the Town code-required 25-foot wetland 281 setback which appears acceptable. The Town Council by code may 282 authorize other types of development not listed as allowed exceptions if 283 at least 4 out of 5 members of the Town Council approve an ordinance, 284 identifying reasons why the development is unable to avoid the setback 285 area. 286 287 Acceptable reasons include: 288 289 a) A required provision of a water quality drainage swale defining the 290 edge of the Town’s 25-foot wetland setback and to separate 291 improved back yard spaces from native areas; 292 b) A provision of a conservation easement on the subdivision plat for 293 the affected wetland setback and planned open space area; 294 c) The overarching importance of providing affordable housing for the 295 community; and 296 d) For purposes of implementing the goals of the adopted 2018 297 Comprehensive Plan. 298 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 22 of 338 22 19-10 TC Ord Page 8 of 17 299 7. Slopes greater than 30 percent. The procedures and requirements 300 set forth in Section 16A-4-50(d)(4) of the Municipal Code have been 301 satisfied regarding development in those areas containing slopes 302 greater than thirty percent (30%) within the proposed Coffey Place 303 Housing Subdivision (pursuant to attached improvement survey and 304 slope analysis in Exhibit K) because: 305 306 a. The residential buildings, driveways, parking areas and sections of 307 roadways are unable to avoid the steep slopes; and 308 309 b. The design and construction techniques that will be incorporated 310 within the development will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential 311 harm to the public health, safety or welfare as stated within the 312 site/slope stability analysis from Kumar and Associates, Inc. dated 313 March 13, 2019, KL&A Engineers & Builders dated March 14, 2019, 314 and R.A. Nelson dated May 22, 2019 (per attached Exhibit L) plus 315 the recommended conditions from the Town Planning Staff. 316 317 8. Ridgeline protection. Mountain vistas and ridges would not be 318 impacted by this proposal. 319 320 9. Public trials. Relocation of existing trails and new trails are 321 acceptably provided subject to trail easements being granted to the 322 Town by the subdivision plat. 323 324 10. Water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal and utilities. 325 Utility services are acceptably being planned but the applicant should 326 comply with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District’s ‘Will-Serve’ 327 letter and its conditions of approval dated July 1, 2019 (attached 328 Exhibit S). 329 330 11. Fire protection. The applicant agreed upon an acceptable design 331 layout meeting the Roaring Fork Fire Rescue’s requirements, subject 332 to fulfilling their conditions of approval in a letter dated June 24, 2019 333 (attached Exhibit N). 334 335 12. Storm drainage. Acceptable storm drainage and water quality 336 filtration features such as drainage filtration swales and sedimentation 337 ponds are acceptably planned for project subject to addressing the 338 review comments from the Town Environmental consultant dated June 339 17, 2019 and from the Town’s Public Works Department dated June 340 25, 2019 (attached Exhibits M and P). 341 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 23 of 338 23 19-10 TC Ord Page 9 of 17 342 13. Subdivision plat, easements, and survey monumentations. The 343 subdivision plat layout, easements and amendments to fathering lots 344 appear acceptable subject to addressing the technical review 345 comments from the Community Development Department dated June 346 24, 2019 and the Public Works Department dated June 25, 2019 347 (attached Exhibit P). 348 349 14. Off-street parking standards. Portions of the required “off-street” 350 parking requirements tandemly placed in driveways and within parts of 351 the public right-of-way of Stallion Circle and into the access easements 352 are acceptable, provided that the parking does not overflow or extend 353 beyond the curb line and onto the roadways. 354 355 15. Landscaping, grading and other design standards. The planting 356 plan submitted with the application, including its restoration efforts of 357 the common areas and the wetland setback areas, are sufficient, 358 provided a natural state of the wetland setback area is preserved / 359 conserved and that the common areas are maintained by the 360 homeowners’ association including the landscaping and irrigation 361 placed between the property line and the curb line next to the affected 362 lots. 363 364 16. Energy conservation. These standards were sufficiently addressed. 365 366 17. Building Design Guidelines. The Rodeo Place Subdivision was 367 previously determined compliant with these standards and the 368 proposed Coffey Place home designs are acceptably consistent. 369 370 18. Subdivision Plat Review Standards. The review standards in 371 Section 16A-5-440 of the Municipal Code are sufficiently met provided 372 the applicant complies with the conditions in Section Three of this 373 resolution. 374 375 Section Two. Action . The Town Council approves the following land use 376 applications or actions, subject to the applicant complying with the conditions in 377 Section Three of this ordinance: 378 379 1. Amendments to the Official Zone District Map, involving re-zonings 380 from ‘REC’ to ‘MF’ affecting a portion of Lot 5 of the Entryway Master 381 Subdivision Plat and from ‘SF-150’ to ‘MF’ and ‘CON’ on affected 382 portions of Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision (attachment 383 Exhibits B and C). 384 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 24 of 338 24 19-10 TC Ord Page 10 of 17 385 2. The new Coffey Place Housing Subdivision Plat, including the 386 affected engineering / civil drawings with the lot / building 387 envelope layouts, and the Dimensional Limitations matrix (attached 388 Exhibits D through J) proposing Lots CP 1 through 14 and an ‘Open 389 Space 2’ area with the following development parameters: 390 391 a. Minimum Lot Area: 3,000 square feet in addition to 1,500 square 392 feet per bedroom plus 500 square feet for each additional bedroom. 393 394 b. Minimum Lot Width: 50 feet, and as verified by the subdivision plat 395 along the Stallion Circle right-of-way and the proposed access 396 easements. 397 398 c. Minimum Building Setbacks: As set by the adoption of the new 399 Coffey Place Subdivision Plat. 400 401 d. Maximum Height of Principle Building: 28 feet (in lieu of the 38 402 feet in the ‘MF’ zone district) measured from existing or finished 403 grade, whichever is most restrictive. 404 405 e. Maximum Height of Accessory Building: 18 feet measured from 406 existing or finished grade, whichever is most restrictive. 407 408 f. Minimum Percent Open Space: 25 percent. 409 410 g. Maximum Floor area or F.A.R.: 0.75:1 as set by the ‘MF’ zone 411 district but limited to the gross internal calculated square footage of 412 all spaces in the Dimensional Limitations matrix, subject to the 413 homes being calculated pursuant to the municipal code’s floor area 414 measurement standards at the time of a building permit application. 415 416 h. Off-Street Parking Standards: 1.5 spaces per each bedroom 417 subject to the required off-street parking being placed in the garages 418 and tandemly in the private driveway, with no parking overflowing or 419 extending beyond the curb line and onto the roadways. 420 421 3. Allowing development within or next to the Elk and Mule Deer 422 Winter Range Sensitive Areas, as shown in the adopted 2018 423 Comprehensive Plan and the municipal code, provided the wildlife 424 enhancement measures and relative conditions are implemented by the 425 applicant. 426 427 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 25 of 338 25 19-10 TC Ord Page 11 of 17 4. Allowing development encroachments and other code-exception 428 items within the Brush Creek Impact Area and the Environmental 429 Sensitivity Area as shown in the adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan. 430 431 5. Allowing exceptions for water dependent structures within the 432 Town required 25-foot wetland setback area, including irrigation 433 devices, water diversion facilities, erosion control devices, drainage 434 features, water quality features such as swales, sedimentation or 435 filtration ponds or similar water dependent structures, subject to meeting 436 certain conditions and the applicant obtaining a Section 404 permit from 437 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers prior to construction excavation. 438 439 6. Allowing exceptions for other necessary structures within the 440 Town required 25-foot wetland setback area, including underground 441 utilities, roads, trails, bridges and similar facilities, subject to the 442 applicant implementing the restoration of disturbed areas pursuant to 443 the planting plan, complying with certain conditions, and obtaining a 444 Section 404 permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers prior to 445 construction excavation. 446 447 7. Al lowing Development within the Town required 25-foot wetland 448 setback area, including the development / lot encroachments, certain 449 driveways, possible foundations, the guest parking area and an above 450 ground lift station into the required setback area. 451 452 8. Allow ing development to occur on greater than 30 percent slopes, 453 subject to complying with the geotechnical recommendations during 454 construction (attached Exhibits K and L). 455 456 Section Three. Conditions of Approval. The Applicant shall comply with 457 the following conditions: 458 459 1. The prior platted and fathered lots for the proposed subdivision plat 460 shall be incorporated into the subdivision plat to document the lot 461 splits. 462 463 2. The previously granted Conservation Easement on re-zoned remnant 464 Lot 2-S of the Seven Star Subdivision for rezoning to ‘Conservation 465 (CON)’ shall remain in place on the new subdivision plat. 466 467 3. As offered by the applicant, a conservation easement shall not only be 468 provided on the subdivision plat for the required 25-wetland setback 469 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 26 of 338 26 19-10 TC Ord Page 12 of 17 area but also for the platted Open Space 2 area, which is planned to 470 be owned and maintained by a homeowners’ association once 471 established. Such conservation easement shall be granted to the Town 472 by plat note and shown as being accepted by the Town in the 473 dedicatory language on the plat document. 474 475 4. The ownership and maintenance responsibility of the access 476 easements and open space areas shall be verified on the subdivision 477 by plat notes. The Town shall not be responsible for the ownership 478 and maintenance of these common areas or the irrigation and 479 landscaping placed between the property line and the roadway curb 480 lines next to the affected lots. 481 482 5. All new trails and conservation areas shall be provided with easements 483 for granting to the Town by plat note and shown as being accepted by 484 the Town in the dedicatory language. 485 486 6. All water and sanitary sewer easements stall be granted to the 487 Snowmass Water and Sanitation District by plat note on the 488 subdivision plat. 489 490 7. A privately shared parking easement shall be shown on the subdivision 491 plat and engineering drawings for one of the surface parking spaces on 492 Lot CP 5 if no convenient guest parking area is allowed or provided 493 nearby along Stallion Circle. 494 495 8. The engineering plans shall be modified to show the planned water 496 quality storm drainage filtration system by use of swales in between 497 the lots and building envelopes, around the perimeter of the 498 subdivision and by utilizing detention / sedimentation ponds and/or 499 similar best management practices (BMPs). The filtration drainage 500 swales shall define the edge of the Town-required 25-foot wetland 501 setback as well as the conservation easement to be granted to the 502 Town via the subdivision plat. 503 504 9. Additional parking provisions in the vicinity of proposed Lots CP 4 505 through 8 shall be considered to meet potential demands from 506 residents, guests and recreational users. 507 508 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 27 of 338 27 19-10 TC Ord Page 13 of 17 10. Parking shall not overflow or extend beyond the curb line and onto the 509 roadways. 510 511 11. The applicant shall comply with the Environmental review comments 512 dated June 17, 2019 and the Town’s Public Works Department review 513 comments dated June 25, 2019 relative to the review standard 514 responses, the construction management plan (including a fugitive and 515 erosion control plans), landscape improvements, final civil plan design, 516 and appropriate drainage BMPs prior to commencement of 517 construction excavation or issuance of a building permit, whichever 518 applies most directly to the standard. 519 520 12. The buildout chart for the Comprehensive Plan shall be amended to 521 reflect the Coffey Place Housing subdivision following a final approval. 522 523 At time of building permit application, its review and prior to permit issuance: 524 525 1. All technical comments in the subdivision plat shall be addressed to 526 the satisfaction of the Community Development Director and the 527 Town Attorney prior to final execution and recording before a building 528 permit is issued. 529 530 2. A Construction Management Plan, including a Fugitive Dust Control 531 plan and an Erosion Control Plan, shall be prepared by addressing 532 the standards in Ordinance 12, 2007 for review and acceptance with a 533 building permit application prior to commencement of construction 534 excavation and permit issuance. 535 536 3. All proposed decks shall be placed within the platted building 537 envelopes or meet the dimensional requirements of the municipal 538 code standards for placement. 539 540 4. All dwelling units shall be calculated pursuant to the Town’s floor area 541 measurement standards at the time of building permit application. 542 543 5. The applicant shall demonstrate compliance with the 28-foot height 544 standard for principle structures, measured from existing and finished 545 grades, whichever is most restrictive, at the time of building permit 546 application. 547 548 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 28 of 338 28 19-10 TC Ord Page 14 of 17 6. The Roaring Fork Fire Rescue (RFFR) recommendations dated June 549 24, 2019 shall be incorporated into the project to include: 550 551 a. That emergency roadways be maintained for year-round access; 552 b. The emergency access be unobstructed and preserved for such 553 use, such as the placement of breakaway bollards, signs, and 554 striping; 555 c. The emergency access be designed to withstand fire apparatus 556 weighing 80,000 pounds; 557 d. An additional fire hydrant be installed along the northern access 558 easement prior to any combustible construction of housing; and 559 e. Non-combustible exterior siding and decks be utilized. 560 561 Prior to construction excavation: 562 563 1. A Section 404 Clean Water Act permit shall be obtained from the U.S. 564 Army Corps of Engineers prior to construction activity and excavation, 565 with the exception of Lots CP 1 through 3. 566 567 2. The applicant shall comply with the conditions of approval in the Will-568 Serve letter dated July 1, 2019 from the Snowmass Water and 569 Sanitation district prior to construction excavation. 570 571 During construction: 572 573 1. The Construction Management Plan shall require that all food trash 574 be stored in bear proof containers and taken off site at day’s end and 575 that contractors not be allowed to take dogs onto the construction 576 sites. 577 578 2. Noise from construction activities shall be limited and mitigated 579 between December 1 through March 31 and addressed within the 580 construction management plan, such as consideration for the use of 581 sound baffle panels pursuant to the municipal code’s wildlife 582 mitigation and enhancement standards. 583 584 3. The applicant shall implement the recommendations in the 585 geotechnical and soils reports during the excavation and construction 586 process. 587 588 Prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy: 589 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 29 of 338 29 19-10 TC Ord Page 15 of 17 590 1. To encourage the use of the roads and new trails for commuting and 591 recreational purposes, painted shared “sharrows” or similar methods 592 or arrangements to include both bicycles and pedestrians shall be 593 considered. 594 595 2. The new trail connection off-site by the tennis courts shall be hard-596 surfaced and installed prior to a Certificate of Occupancy to better 597 serve the commuting public. 598 599 3. Install landscape buffering for the guest parking area(s) to soften the 600 appearance as viewed from public areas and streets, including Brush 601 Creek Road. 602 603 4. The disturbed areas are proposed for revegetation according to the 604 planting plan and shall be completed prior to issuance of Certificates of 605 Occupancy, or the following growing season if necessary. 606 607 5. Provisions incorporated in the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions 608 (CC&Rs) of the homeowners’ association that the adjacent lot owners 609 next to a public street or the homeowners’ association for the 610 adjacent common areas, shall be responsible for the maintenance of 611 the landscaping and irrigation between the property line and the back 612 edge of the roadway curb/edge for the affected adjacent lots. These 613 areas shall not be maintained by the Town. 614 615 6. A condominium map shall be prepared, reviewed and completed for 616 the duplex units on Lots CP 1 through 3. 617 618 Miscellaneous items: 619 620 1. The following wildlife habitat migration measures shall be employed, 621 also pursuant to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Police, 622 Animal Services comments dated June 26, 2019: 623 624 a. The subdivision and lots shall not include perimeter fencing. 625 b. Lever-style door handles shall not be utilized. 626 c. Prohibit the installation of fruit-bearing trees and shrubs. 627 d. Wildlife-proof refuse containers shall be utilized. 628 e. Prohibit feeding pets outside or leaving pet food outside. 629 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 30 of 338 30 19-10 TC Ord Page 16 of 17 f. Prohibit dogs from running free in the riparian area. 630 g. Bird feeders shall be avoided from April through November. 631 h. Composting shall be restricted to yard waste. 632 633 2. If proposed later, the applicant shall submit a sign permit application 634 once ready to proceed with a sign proposal for review, consideration 635 and action by the Town’s Community Development Department. 636 637 Section Four. Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance application 638 hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect 639 any other provision or application of this Ordinance can be given effect without the 640 invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance 641 are severable. 642 643 INTRODUCED, READ AND APPROVED on First Reading by the Town 644 Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on August 5, 2019 upon a motion by 645 Town Council Member _____________, the second of Town Council Member 646 ___________________, and upon a vote of ____ in favor and ____ against. 647 648 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on Second Reading by the Town 649 Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on August 19, 2019 upon a motion by 650 Town Council Member _____________, the second of Town Council Member 651 ___________________, and upon a vote of ____ in favor and ____ against. 652 653 654 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 655 656 657 ________________________ 658 Markey Butler, Mayor 659 ATTEST: 660 661 662 __________________________ 663 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 664 665 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 666 667 668 ________________________________ 669 John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 670 671 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 31 of 338 31 19-10 TC Ord Page 17 of 17 Attached Exhibits incorporated herein: 672 673 Exhibit A: Vicinity Map 674 Exhibit B: Legal Descriptions of Affected Existing Fathering Lots 675 Exhibit C: Zoning Maps showing existing and proposed zone districts 676 Exhibit D: Zoning and Dimensional Limitations (outside of ordinance standards) 677 Exhibit E: Architectural Site Plan 678 Exhibit F: Parking Plan updated July 9, 2019 679 Exhibit G: Planting Plan 680 Exhibit H: Trail Connection Diagram 681 Exhibit I: Subdivision Plat, updated July 29, 2019 682 Exhibit J: Engineering / Civil drawing excerpts (grading & paving plans) 683 Exhibit K: Improvements Survey and slope analysis from application 684 Exhibit L: Site and slope stability analysis from Kumar and Associates, Inc. 685 dated March 13, 2019, KL&A Engineers & Builders dated March 14, 686 2019, and R.A. Nelson dated May 22, 2019. 687 Exhibit M: Environmental review comments dated June 17, 2019 from Dunlop 688 Environmental Consultants, Inc. 689 Exhibit N: Roaring Fork Fire Rescue review comments dated June 24, 2019 690 Exhibit O: Transportation review comments dated June 25, 2019 691 Exhibit P: Public Works Department review comments dated June 25, 2019 692 Exhibit Q: Colorado Parks and Wildlife review comments dated June 26, 2019 693 Exhibit R: Police, Animal Services comments dated June 26, 2019 694 Exhibit S: Snowmass W ater and Sanitation District’s review comments and 695 Will-Serve letter with conditions dated July 1, 2019 696 697 Exhibits incorporated by reference and on file at the Town’s Community 698 Development Department: 699  Applicant’s updated application submittal of May 24, 2019 and supplemental 700 items to address review standards or review comments but not required as 701 submittal items for the applications; 702  Staff Analysis Report to the Town Council on August 5, 2019; 703  Signed Planning Commission Resolution No. 4, Series of 2019; and 704  Public comments received. 705 706 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 32 of 338 32 VICINITY MAP 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT A Page 1 of 1 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 33 of 338 33 LEGAL DESCRIPTION 1.Lot 2-M, - REMNANT PORTION REZONE FROM 'SF-150' TO 'CON' Amended Plat of Lot 2, SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION, According to the Plat recorded on October 24, 2013 in Plat Book 104 at Page 93 Reception No. 604953 2.Lot Open Space A, - REMAINS ZONED 'MF' PER ORDINANCE NO. 4, 2006 RODEO PLACE, According to the Plat recorded August 1, 2007 in Plat Book 84 at Page 70 as Reception No. 540522 3.Lot Open Space B, - REMAINS ZONED 'MF' PER ORDINANCE NO. 4, 2006 RODEO PLACE According to the Plat recorded August 1, 2007 in Plat Book 84 at Page 70 as Reception No. 540522 4.Lot 5, ENTRY MASTER SUBDIVSION, According to the Final Subdivision Plat recorded December 30, 2014 in Plat Book 109 at Page 2 as Reception No. 616370- RESUBDIVISION OF COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION, LOTS CP 4-8 AND OPEN SPACE 2 REZONE FROM 'REC' TO 'MF' 5.Lot 2-S - REMNANT PORTION REZONE FROM 'SF-150' TO 'CON' Amended Plat of Lot 2 SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION According to the Plat recorded October 24, 2013 in Plat Book 104 at Page 93 as Reception No. 604953 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT B Page 1 of 3 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 34 of 338 34 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT B Page 2 of 3 Parcel 1, of the Coffey Place Subdivision including Lots CP 4-14 & Open Space 2 Rezone from 'REC' & 'SF-150' to 'MF' 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 35 of 338 35 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT B Page 3 of 3 Parcel 2, of the Coffey Place Subdivision including Lots CP 1-3 & Open Space A Remains Zoned 'MF' per Ordinance No. 4, Series of 2006 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 36 of 338 36 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 200'0100200400Title:Zoning ExhibitRevision#Dwg No.Coffey Place Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WC05.23.2019JWHZoningExhibitJWH118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:Z.1.01 1Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT C Page 1 of 1EXHIBIT C Page 1 of 1COFFEY PLACESUBDIVISON PROPOSED LOTS CP 9-14COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISON PROPOSED LOTS CP 4-8COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISON PROPOSED LOTS CP 1, 2 & 3RODEO PLACESUBDIVISONCROSSINGSSUBDIVISIONSEVEN STARSUBDIVSION AS AMENDED IN 2013EXISTINGZONING CONDITIONSPROPOSED RE-ZONING CONDITIONS19-10 TCOrdPARCEL 1,COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVSIONPARCEL 2,COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISIONCONCONMFMF09-03-19 TC PacketPage 37 of 33837 CP LOT 01aE23CP LOT 01bE23CP LOT 02aE23CP LOT 02bE23CP LOT 03aE23CP LOT 03bE23CP LOT 04D34.55,5006,0372,6650.44CP LOT 05D34.55,5005,7952,6650.46CP LOT 06D34.55,5006,0312,6650.44CP LOT 07C34.55,5006,3623,1090.49CP LOT 08C34.55,5006,7823,1090.46CP LOT 09B235,0007,4122,2730.31CP LOT 10A34.55,5006,6222,5180.38CP LOT 11A34.55,5007,7042,5180.33CP LOT 12A34.55,5008,3102,5180.30CP LOT 13A34.55,50010,0442,5180.25CP LOT 14A34.55,5008,5762,5180.29Total number of bedrooms: 44 Total number of spaces required: 66 Total Proposed Lot Area: 110,207 SF Total number of spaces provided: 70 Total Proposed Gross Floor Area: 40,926 SF COFFEY PLACE ZONING AND DIMENSIONAL LIMITATIONS0.390.390.3810,09610,16910,2673,9503,9503,950PROPOSED LOT AREA (SF)PROPOSED GROSS FLOOR AREA (SF)MAXIMUM FAR (MF 0.75)NOTE: "Gross Floor Area" represents the building's total square footage, including all exterior walls to face-of-stud, mechanical rooms, and garages. Crawl space areas are not included. No area exemptions are taken.10,00010,00010,000LOT NUMBER UNIT TYPENUMBER OF BEDROOMSNUMBER OF OFF-STREET PARKING SPACES (1.5 CARS/BEDROOM) MIN. LOT SIZE BASED ON BEDROOM COUNT (SF)19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT D Page 1 of 1EXHIBIT DOrdinance 10, 2019Page 1 of 109-03-19 TC PacketPage 38 of 33838 BRUSH CREEK ROAD BRUSH CREEK ROADLOT 2-S LOT 1SEVEN STAR RANCHHORSE RANCH ROAD LOT 1 LOT 3 LOT 2 LOT 4 LOT 5HORSE RANCH DRIVELOT 6 STALLION CIRCLE STALLI ON CIRCLE STALLION CIRCLE ALLEY HORSE RANCH PARCEL E THE CROSSING AT HORSE RANCH OPEN SPACE A OPEN SPACE BOPEN SPACE COPEN SPACE D LOT 01 LOT 02 LOT 03 LOT 04 LOT 05 LOT 06 LOT 07 LOT 08 LOT 09 LOT 24 LOT 10 LOT 23 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 22 LOT 21 LOT 20 LOT 13 LOT 14 LOT 15 LOT 16LOT 17LOT 18 LOT 19PARCEL P(CROSS HATCH AREA IS CONSERVATION EASEMENT) 8 0'-0"R.O.W. FOR COU NTY ROAD(HATCHED AREA IS TRAIL EASEMENT)2 0 '-0 "20'-0" CL 25' TRAIL EASEMENT ROAD SI DE EASEMENT 60'-0" 50'-0"UTILITY EASEMENT(OLD HORSE RANCH DRIVE RIGHT OF WAY)ROA D SI DE E AS E ME N T CP LOT 01 CP LOT 02 CP LOT 03 CP LOT 04 CP LOT 05 CP LOT 06 CP LOT 07 CP LOT 08 CP LOT 09 CP LOT 10 CP LOT 11 CP LOT 12 CP LOT 13 CP LOT 14 25' WETLANDS SETBACK (SHOWN HATCHED) 25' WETLANDS SETBACK (SHOWN HATCHED) TRAIL EASEMENT TRAIL EASEMENT TRAIL EASEMENT REMAINDER REMAINDER CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO. JOB NO.5/24/2019 12:14:41 PMA1.0 1822 ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLANCOFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO 1" = 100'-0" 1 SITE PLAN - COFFEY PL. NORTH 0 25 50 100 ISSUE: DATE: PLANNING SUB 2/28/19 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT E Page 1 of 1 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT E Page 1 of 1 COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION PROPOSED LOTS CP 9-14 COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION PROPOSED LOTS CP 4-8 COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION PROPOSED LOTS CP 1-3 RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION REMNANT LOT 2-M, SEVEN STAR SUBDIVSION SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION AMENDED IN 2013 RECREATION CENTER RODEO GROUNDS TRANSIT CENTER & PARKING TOWN PARK BRUSH CREEK ROAD BRUSH CREEK ROAD09-03-19 TC Packet Page 39 of 338 39 LOT 1SEVEN STAR RANCHLOT 2 LOT 5 STALLION CIRCLE STALLI ON CIRCLE STALLION CIRCLE ALLEY THE CROSSING AT HORSE RANCH OPEN SPACE A OPEN SPACE BOPEN SPACE CO PEN SPA CE D LOT 01 LOT 02 LOT 03 LOT 04 LOT 05 LOT 06 LOT 07 LOT 08 LOT 09 LOT 24 LOT 10 LOT 23 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 22 LOT 21 LOT 20 LOT 13 LOT 14 LOT 15 LOT 16LOT 17LOT 18 LOT 19 (HATCHED AREA IS TRAIL EASEMENT)CL 25' TRAIL EASEMENT LOT 2-S LOT 2-M CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO. JOB NO.7/18/2019 2:05:31 PMA1.00 1822 ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN - PARKINGCOFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COISSUE: DATE: PARKING UPDATE 7/18/19 1" = 50'-0" 1 SITE PLAN - COFFEY PL. (PARKING) NORTH 0 25 50 100 44 TOTAL BEDROOMS X 1.5 PARKING SPACES PER BEDROOM = 66 PARKING SPACES REQUIRED 70 PARKING SPACES PROVIDED EXTERIIOR ON-SITE PARKING SPACES ARE SHOWN AT 8X18 EXTERIOR SHARED/GUEST PARKING SPACES ARE SHOWN AT 10X18 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT F Page 1 of 1 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT F Page 1 of 1 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 40 of 338 40 LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 PROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA ORNAMENTAL TREE SHADE TREE RIPARIAN AREA TREE EVERGREEN TREE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS MULCHED PLANTING BEDS SOD/LAWN RESTORATION SEEDING LIMITS OF WORK STEEL EDGER PROPOSED TRAILS EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA BOUNDARY EXISTING TRAILS PROPOSED TRAILS TRAIL EASEMENT ROCK COBBLE MULCH COBBLE BUFFER OPEN SPACE CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com 07.27.2019CD SET L 1.0 LANDSCAPE KEY PLAN LEGEND SEE SHEET L 1.1 SEE SHEET L 1.2 SEE SHEET L 1.3 SCALE 1"= 60'-0" 0 30 60 120 1. SEED WILL BE STABILIZED WITH CERTIFIED WEED FREE STRAW AND TACKIFIER. 2. ALL SEEDED AREAS TO BE IRRIGATED. 3. ALL DISTURBED AREAS TO RECEIVE TOPSOIL, SEED, AND IRRIGATION. 4. ALL PLANT MATERIAL SHALL BE HEALTHY AND FREE OF DISEASE. ALL PLANT MATERIAL TO BE APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. 5. IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING SEEDING OPERATIONS OF SPECIFIC ZONES, THE AREAS SHALL BE PROTECTED FROM TRAFFIC OR OTHER ACTIVITIES- EXCEPT WEED CONTROL. 6. NOXIOUS VEGETATION SHALL BE CONTROLLED BY THE CONTRACTOR THROUGHOUT THE SEEDING ZONES AS WELL AS THE ENTIRE PROJECT SITE UNTIL FINAL ACCEPTANCE OR THROUGH THE MAINTENANCE PERIOD, WHICH EVER IS LONGER. 7. EXISTING TREES TO BE PROTECTED PER TREE PROTECTION DETAIL FOR THE DURATION OF CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES PLANTING NOTES: 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 1 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 1 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 41 of 338 41 LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT_1 LOT_2 LOT_3 PROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA ORNAMENTAL TREE SHADE TREE RIPARIAN AREA TREE EVERGREEN TREE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS MULCHED PLANTING BEDS SOD/LAWN RESTORATION SEEDING LIMITS OF WORK STEEL EDGER PROPOSED TRAILS EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA BOUNDARY EXISTING TRAILS PROPOSED TRAILS TRAIL EASEMENT LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com L 1.1 LANDSCAPE ENLARGEMENT 5/10/19 LEGEND SEE SHEET L 1.2L1.1 KEY MAP NTS SCALE 1"= 20'-0" 0 10 20 40 L1.2 L1.3 EXTEND RESTORATION SEEDING BEYOND CONSTRUCTION DISTURBANCE LIMIT BY APPROXIMATELY 10', TYP. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 2 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 2 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 42 of 338 42 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT_4 LOT_5 LOT_6 LOT_7 LOT_8 PROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA ORNAMENTAL TREE SHADE TREE RIPARIAN AREA TREE EVERGREEN TREE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS MULCHED PLANTING BEDS SOD/LAWN RESTORATION SEEDING LIMITS OF WORK STEEL EDGER PROPOSED TRAILS EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA BOUNDARY EXISTING TRAILS PROPOSED TRAILS TRAIL EASEMENT LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com L 1.2 LANDSCAPE ENLARGEMENT 5/10/19 LEGEND KEY MAP NTS SCALE 1"= 20'-0" 0 10 20 40SEE SHEET L 1.1SEE SHEET L 1.3 L1.1L1.2 L1.3 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 3 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 3 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 43 of 338 43 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 LOT_9 LOT_10 LOT_11 LOT_12 LOT_13 LOT_14 PROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA ORNAMENTAL TREE SHADE TREE RIPARIAN AREA TREE EVERGREEN TREE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS MULCHED PLANTING BEDS SOD/LAWN RESTORATION SEEDING LIMITS OF WORK STEEL EDGER PROPOSED TRAILS EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA BOUNDARY EXISTING TRAILS PROPOSED TRAILS TRAIL EASEMENT LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com L 1.3 LANDSCAPE ENLARGEMENT 5/10/19 LEGEND KEY MAP NTS SCALE 1"= 20'-0" 0 10 20 40 SEE SHEET L 1.2 L1.1L1.2 L1.3 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 4 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 4 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 44 of 338 44 DECIDUOUS TREES CONT ACER GINNALA AMUR MAPLE 1.5" CAL B&B ACER NEGUNDO `SENSATION` SENSATION BOX ELDER MAPLE 2" CAL B&B ACER PLATANOIDES NORWAY MAPLE 2" CAL B&B CELTIS OCCIDENTALIS COMMON HACKBERRY 2" CAL B&B FRAXINUS NIGRA `FALL GOLD` FALLGOLD ASH 2" CAL B&B MALUS X `SPRING SNOW` SPRING SNOW CRAB APPLE 1.5" CAL B&B POPULUS TREMULOIDES QUAKING ASPEN 1.5" CAL B&B POPULUS X ACUMINATA LANCELEAF POPLAR 2" CAL B&B SALIX AMYGDALIODES PEACH LEAF WILLOW 2" CAL B&B EVERGREEN TREES CONT PICEA PUNGENS COLORADO SPRUCE 10` B&B PICEA PUNGENS COLORADO SPRUCE 12` B&B PICEA PUNGENS COLORADO SPRUCE 8` B&B PINUS NIGRA AUSTRIAN BLACK PINE 10` B&B PINUS NIGRA AUSTRIAN BLACK PINE 8` B&B DECIDUOUS SHRUBS SIZE BERBERIS THUNBERGII `ATROPURPUREA` RED LEAF JAPANESE BARBERRY 5 GAL BUDDLEJA ALTERNIFOLIA `ARGENTEA` BUTTERFLY BUSH 5 GAL FORSYTHIA X `NORTHERN GOLD` NORTHERN GOLD FORSYTHIA 5 GAL JAMESIA AMERICANA WAXFLOWER 5 GAL KOLKWITZIA AMABILIS `PINK CLOUD` BEAUTY BUSH 5 GAL PHILADELPHUS LEWISII `CHEYENNE` LEWIS MOCK ORANGE 5 GAL PRUNUS TOMENTOSA NANKING CHERRY 5 GAL RHUS TRILOBATA `GRO LOW` SKUNKBUSH SUMAC 5 GAL SPIRAEA X VANHOUTTEI SPIREA 5 GAL SYRINGA VULGARIS `ANGEL WHITE` COMMON LILAC 5 GAL VIBURNUM DENTATUM `BLUE MUFFIN` SOUTHERN ARROWWOOD 5 GAL EVERGREEN SHRUBS SIZE JUNIPERUS HORIZONTALIS `WILTONII` BLUE RUG JUNIPER 5 GAL PICEA ABIES `PROCUMBENS` CREEPING NORWAY SPRUCE 5 GAL PERENIALS AJUGA REPTANS CARPET BUGLE ARTEMISIA LUDOVICIANA `VALERIE FINNIS` VALERIE FINNIS ARTEMISIA ECHINACEA PURPUREA PURPLE CONEFLOWER FESTUCA X `SISKIYOU BLUE` CALIFORNIA FESCUE GAURA LINDHEIMERI WHITE GAURA HELICTOTRICHON SEMPERVIRENS BLUE OAT GRASS NEPETA X FAASSENII `WALKERS LOW` WALKERS LOW CATMINT PANICUM VIRGATUM `PRAIRIE SKY` PRAIRIE SKY SWITCH GRASS RUDBECKIA FULGIDA `GOLDSTRUM` CONEFLOWER SALVIA X SYLVESTRIS `MAY NIGHT` SAGE VERONICA ALPINA ALPINE SPEEDWELL PLANT SCHEDULE PROPOSED PLANT LIST CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com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a. ROUGH GRADE AND FINISHED GRADING WILL BE PERFORMED BY OTHERS. LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR FINE GRADING AFTER SOIL AMENDMENT OPERATIONS TO ALLOW FOR MULCH AND SOD INSTALLATION. b. LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING POSITIVE DRAINAGE AWAY FROM ALL STRUCTURES. c. CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE OF ANY POORLY DRAINED AREAS PRIOR TO COMMENCING WORK. d. CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN APPROVAL OF THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE OF THE GRADING PRIOR TO PLANTING. e. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE REQUIRED DEPTH OF SOIL ALONG CURBS AND WALKWAYS TO ACCOMMODATE SOD OR MULCH DEPTH. 8. CONTRACTOR SHALL FOLLOW THE LANDSCAPE PLAN. ANY DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE PLAN AND FIELD CONDITIONS SHALL BE REPORTED TO THE OWNER'S AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. 9. CONTRACTOR SHALL USE LOCAL BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR OBTAINING AND INSTALLING LANDSCAPE MATERIALS. COMPLETE THE WORK USING SKILLED PERSONNEL, PROFICIENT IN THE TRADES REQUIRED & IN A NEAT , ORDERLY AND RESPONSIBLE MANNER & WITH RECOGNIZED STANDARDS OF WORKMANSHIP. 10. ALL PLANTS TO BE APPROVED BY OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. NOTIFY OWNER FOR INSPECTION AND APPROVAL OF PLANT MATERIAL AT TIME OF DELIVERY. TREES ARE TO BE TAGGED AT THE NURSERY BY OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE. ANY PLANT NOT MEETING OWNER'S APPROVAL MAY BE REJECTED AT ANY TIME PRIOR TO FINAL ACCEPTANCE. 11. PLANT MATERIAL MUST MEET CURRENT LANDSCAPE NURSERY STANDARDS &/OR ANSI Z60.1. 12. IF PLANTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE, NOTIFY OWNER FOR APPROVAL OF CHANGE BEFORE MAKING SUBSTITUTIONS. 13. THE OWNER'S AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE MUST APPROVE ALL PLANTING LAYOUTS PRIOR TO PLANTING. ALL ADJUSTMENTS SHALL BE MADE BY THE CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO INSTALLING PLANTS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT DIG PLANT PITS UNTIL LOCATIONS ARE APPROVED. 14. MINOR FIELD ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PLANTING PLANS MAY BE NECESSARY BASED ON THE ACTUAL LOCATION OF LIGHTS, TRANSFORMERS, GROUND-MOUNTED HVAC UNITS, UTILITY PEDESTALS, AND SIMILAR FEATURES. CONTRACTOR MUST OBTAIN APPROVAL FROM THE OWNER PRIOR TO ADJUSTING THE DESIGN. 15. IF THERE IS A DISCREPANCY BETWEEN THE PLANT COUNTS ON THE CALL-OUTS ON THE PLANS & THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF PLANT SYMBOLS DEPICTED ON THE PLANS, THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLING THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF PLANTS AS SYMBOLICALLY DEPICTED ON THE PLANS. 16. ALL SHRUB BEDS AND SOD AREAS SHALL BE CONTAINED BY A STEEL EDGER (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTION), OR A CONCRETE CURB, WALK, OR OTHER SHRUB BED DEFINING ELEMENT - AS PER PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS. 17. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WEED CONTROL ON BEDS AND SEEDED AREAS UNTIL FINAL ACCEPTANCE. TREE PLANTINGS AND PLANTING BEDS WILL BE TREATED WITH DIEHARD TRANSPLANT (TREES) AND DIEHARD BED PREP (PLANTING BEDS) MICORRHIZA INOCULATES INSTALLED AT THE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED RATE. 18. SOD AREAS SHALL RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 5 CU. YDS PER 1000 S.F. OF A-1 ORGANIC'S BIOCOMP, OR A WELL DECOMPOSED COMPOST APPROVED BY THE OWNER'S AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE. SHRUB BEDS SHALL RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 4 CU. YDS. PER 1000 S.F. OF ONE OF THE ABOVE MATERIALS. ALL AMENDMENTS SHALL BE THOROUGHLY TILLED A MIN. OF 6" INTO THE SOIL. 19. ALL AREAS TO BE PLANTED, SEEDED OR SODDED WILL HAVE THE TOPSOIL INSTALLED. THESE AREA WILL THEN BE TILLED TO A MINIMUM 6" DEPTH, INCORPORATING A-1 ORGANIC'S BIOCOMP CLASS 1 COMPOST AT A MINIMUM RATE OF 4 CY / 1000 SF. THE DISTURBED AREAS OF THE SITE WILL THE BE FINE GRADED IN PREPARATION FOR SEEDING, SODDING OR PLANTING AS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS. 20. TREE BASKETS SHALL BE REMOVED FROM ROOTBALLS AND KEPT BY THE PLANTED TREE UNTIL VERIFIED BY THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE. 21. THE DEVELOPER, HIS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPLACEMENT OF ALL LANDSCAPING MATERIALS SHOWN OR INDICATED ON THE APPROVED SITE PLAN OR LANDSCAPE PLAN ON FILE IN THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT. ALL LANDSCAPING WILL BE INSTALLED AS DELINEATED ON THE PLAN, PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCY. 22. ALL LANDSCAPE AREAS WILL BE IRRIGATED WITH A FULLY AUTOMATIC UNDERGROUND IRRIGATION SYSTEM. 23. IRRIGATION SLEEVING SHALL BE INSTALLED PRIOR TO INSTALLING CONCRETE FLATWORK 24. ALL BUILDINGS WILL HAVE A DRY ZONE OF 5' FROM THE BUILDING IN WHICH THERE WILL BE NO IRRIGATION. NO SPRAY IRRIGATION SHALL BE INSTALLED WITHIN 10' OF BUILDINGS. SEE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. TREES AND SHRUBS SHALL NOT BE PLANTED CLOSER THAN 5 FT. FROM THE BUILDINGS. ALL SOD SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 10' FROM THE BUILDINGS. DO NOT OVERSPRAY INTO THE DRY ZONE. PLACE SPECIFIED WOOD MULCH IN DRY ZONE AREA UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON PLANS. 25. MULCH - ALL PLANTING BEDS SHALL BE COVERED BY A SPECIFIED MULCH (OR ACCEPTED SUBSTITUTION) AS APPROVED BY OWNER. ALSO REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS AND DETAILS. 25.1. ALL SHRUB BEDS SHALL RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 4" OF MULCH, INCLUDING THE DRY ZONE AROUND THE BUILDINGS. 25.1.1. EXCEPT GROUNDCOVERS SHALL RECEIVE 3" OF MULCH. 25.1.2. DO NOT BURY PERENNIALS OR ORNAMENTAL GRASSES WITH MULCH. 25.1.3.MULCH RINGS AROUND SHRUBS IN NATIVE AREAS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 2' Ø. 25.2. MULCH COVERING TREES SHALL BE 4" DEEP IN NON-TURF AREAS & 2" DEEP IN TURF AREAS. 25.2.1. PULL MULCH BACK 6" FROM TRUNK OF TREES AS PER DETAILS. 25.2.2.MULCH RINGS AROUND TREES IN NATIVE AREAS SHALL BE MINIMUM 8' Ø 25.2.3. DO NOT PROVIDE A WATER BASIN FOR TREES IN LAWN AREA. 25.3. SPACING / LAYOUT 25.4. TREES TO BE A MINIMUM OF 6' FROM HARDSCAPE. 25.5. TREES TO BE A MINIMUM OF 8' FROM CENTER LINE OF UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SUCH AS STORM SEWERS, WATER MAINS, ETC. 25.6. ALL EVERGREEN TREES SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 12' FROM TRAILS, OR WALKS. EDGING SHALL BE MINIMUM OF 8' FROM EVERGREEN TREES. 25.7. LARGE SHRUBS (THOSE OVER 6' SPACING AS SHOWN IN THE PLANT SCHEDULE) SHALL BE PLANTED A MINIMUM OF 5' FROM EDGER OR WALKS. 25.8. SMALLER SHRUBS (THOSE LESS THAN 6' SPACING AS SHOWN IN THE PLANT SCHEDULE) SHALL BE PLANTED A MINIMUM OF 3' FROM EDGER OR WALKS. SEED MIX 62,101 SF SOD 15,953 SF SEEDING AND SOD AREA TOTALS PROPOSED SEED MIX PLANTS BY AREA 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 5 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 45 of 338 45 CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com L 3.0 PLANTING DETAILS 5/10/19 DECIDUOUS TREE PLANTING NOT TO SCALE 1 LXX EVERGREEN TREE PLANTING NOT TO SCALE 2 P1.2 FINAL TOP ROOTBALL GRADE NOT TO SCALE 3 P1.2 PERENNIALS & GROUND COVERS NOT TO SCALE 6 LXX SHRUB / FLOWERS / GROUNDCOVERS NOT TO SCALE 8 P1.2 TRIANGULAR SPACING STEEL EDGER NOT TO SCALE 7 P1.2 TREE PLANTING ON SLOPE NOT TO SCALE 5 P1.2 SHRUB PLANTING NOT TO SCALE 4 P1.2 DO NOT CUT LEADER-PRUNE ONLY DAMAGED OR DEAD WOOD 12 GAUGE GALV. WIRE WITH 3 4"Ø WHITE PVC ON ENTIRE LENGTH OF EACH WIRE SPECIFIED TREE STRAP SPECIFIED POSTS-2 PER TREE SET MIN 18" INTO UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE WRAP ENTIRE SURFACE OF TRUNK UP TO SECOND BRANCH WITH SPECIFIED WRAPPING SECURE TOP & BOTTOM & @ 2' INTERVALS PLANT TREE W/ TOP OF ROOTBALL 2"-4" ABOVE FINAL GRADE PULL MULCH 2"-3" BACK FROM TRUNK DECIDUOUS TREE PLANTING NOT TO SCALE 1 P1.2 2x DIAMETER OF ROOTBALL, MIN.18''MINNOTE: MULCH SHOULD BE 4" DEEP IN NON-TURF AREAS, MULCH SHOULD BE 2" DEEP IN TURF AREAS. MULCH RING, MIN. 48" Ø, PULL MULCH BACK 2"-3" FROM TRUNK. 4" HEIGHT WATER SAUCER IN NON-TURF AREAS SPECIFIED BACKFILL MIXTURE AS PER SPECIFICATIONS AFTER TREE IS SET IN PLANTING PIT, REMOVE ALL TWINE & WIRE FROM TOP & SIDES OF ROOTBALL, PULL BURLAP BACK 13 (MIN.) SET ROOTBALL ON UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE - DO NOT OVER-EXCAVATE DO NOT CUT LEADER-PRUNE ONLY DAMAGED OR DEAD WOOD SPECIFIED TRUNK ATTACHMENT DOUBLE STRAND GALVANIZED WIRE PROVIDE 3 GUY SYSTEMS EQUALLY SPACED AROUND TREE, AS PER DIAGRAM PLACE 3 4"Ø WHITE PVC, 36'' LENGTH, ON ALL GUYING UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE NOTES: 1. PULL MULCH BACK 2" TO 3" FROM TRUNK OF TREE 2. INSTALL SPECIFIED MULCH TO DRIP LINE OF TREE WHERE PLANTED IN LAWN AREAS. MULCH TO BE 2" DEEP IN LAWN AREAS. 3. DO NOT PROVIDE WATER BASIN IN IRRIGATED LAWN AREAS. 2x DIAMETER OF ROOT BALL, MIN. 2"-3" SET ROOT BALL ON EXISTING UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE-DO NOT OVER-EXCAVATE BACK FILL MIXTURE AS PER SPECIFICATIONS AFTER TREE IS SET IN PLANTING PIT, REMOVE ALL TWINE & WIRE FROM TOP & SIDES OF ROOT BALL PULL BURLAP BACK 13 (MIN.) SPECIFIED STAKES DRIVEN AT AN ANGLE, FLUSH WITH GRADE 4'' HEIGHT WATER SAUCER IN NON-TURF AREAS PLANT TREE W/ TOP OF ROOT BALL 3'' ABOVE FINAL GRADE 4'' DEPTH MULCH RING UNLESS IN TURF AREAS (SEE BELOW) NORTH EW NOTES: 1. ALL WORK TO BE DONE AT TIME OF PLANTING 2. PEEL BACK ONLY TOP OF BURLAP REQUIRED TO PERFORM WORK. REPLACE BURLAP BEFORE MOVING TREE INTO PLANTING PIT. DO NOT REMOVE WIRE BASKET UNTIL INSIDE PLANTING PIT. 3. MEASURE NEW HEIGHT OF ROOTBALL AND DIG PLANTING PIT SO FINAL TOP ROOTBALL GRADE IS 3'' ABOVE FINAL GRADE SURROUNDING BALL.2313FINAL TOP ROOTBALL GRADE FINAL TOP ROOTBALL GRADE GRAFTED NON-GRAFTED LEAVE PROTECTIVE WRAPPING/ COVER ON TREE TRUNK UNTIL PLANTING REMOVE ADVENTITIOUS ROOTS FROM NEWLY EXPOSED PORTION OF TREE TRUNK LEAVE PROTECTIVE WRAPPING/ COVER ON TREE TRUNK UNTIL PLANTING REMOVE ADVENTITIOUS ROOTS FROM NEWLY EXPOSED PORTION OF TREE TRUNK CAREFULLY REMOVE ANY SOIL ABOVE BOTTOM 13 OF GRAFT CAREFULLY LOCATE TOP OF ROOT CROWN WITH BLUNT HAND TOOLS TO DETERMINE FULL HEIGHT OF GRAFT. REPLACE SOIL TO BOTTOM ONE THIRD OF GRAFT AS SHOWN. CAREFULLY REMOVE ANY SOIL HIGHER THAN 1'' ABOVE TOP OF ROOT CROWN CAREFULLY LOCATE TOP OF ROOT CROWN WITH BLUNT HAND TOOLS TO DETERMINE LOCATION OF TOP OF ROOT CROWN. REPLACE SOIL AROUND TRUNK TO FINAL TOP ROOTBALL. GRADE AS SHOWN.GRAFT1''PLANT SPACING AS SPECIFIED PLANTING PIT TO BE PER SPECIFICATIONS AMENDED BACKFILL PER SPECIFICATIONS REMOVE POTS PRIOR TO PLANTING APPLY SPECIFIED MULCH 112" - 3" DEEP. SEE SPECIFICATIONS. MULCH DEPTH AROUND PLANT BASE MAY BE THINNER. DO NOT BURY PLANTS WITH MULCH. 151 2" FOR PLANTING LAYOUT EDGE OF BED, CURB, OR WALK PLANT LOCATION NOTE: ALIGN FRONT ROW PARALLEL TO BED LINE A B C D 6''5''6''6''6'' 8''7''6''8''8'' 12'' 12'' 8'' 10'' 12'' 18''9''18''18'' 24'' 24'' 18'' 21'' 24'' 30''26''15''30''30'' 36''31''30''36''36'' 48'' 48'' 30'' 42'' 48'' 60''52''36''60''60''CCCBD A60°AD PLANT SPACING NOTES: 1. SET ALL EDGING 1'' ABOVE FINISH GRADE AS SHOWN. 2. EDGING SHALL ABUT ALL CONCRETE CURBS AND WALKS PERPENDICULAR, AND FLUSH W/ GRADES OF CONCRETE. 3. ALL JOINTS TO BE SECURELY STAKED. 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL CUT TOP EDGE(S) AS NEEDED TO BE PARALLEL WITH GRADE. SPECIFIED METAL STAKES SPECIFIED STEEL EDGING LAWN AS SPECIFIED 1'' MIN.SHRUB BED W/ SPECIFIED MULCH DEPTH SPECIFIED LANDSCAPE FABRIC - ROLL EDGE UNDER EDGING AS SHOWN EXISTING GRADE CUT GRADE AT UPHILL SIDE OF ROOTBALL SET TREE PLUM TO LEVEL NOTES: 1. REFER TO VARIOUS SPECIFIC TREE INSTALLATION DETAILS FOR STAKING, GUYING, MULCHING, ETC. 2. THIS INSTALLATION SHALL APPLY TO ALL TREE TYPES AND SIZES PLANTED ON SLOPES LESS THAN 2:1. FILL DOWNHILL SIDE OF ROOTBALL. COVER EXPOSED ROOTBALL 6" MIN. 2 MAX 2 MAX 1 1 2'-0'' MIN. 1" MIN. CONCRETE CURB OR SIDEWALK (IF APPLICABLE) APPLY MULCH SPECIFIED DEPTH (MIN. 3") REMOVE CONTAINER FILL PIT WITH SPCIFIED SOIL MIX. NOTES: 1. ANY BROKEN OR CRUMBLING ROOTBALLS WILL BE REJECTED. 2. REMOVING THE CONTAINERS WILL NOT BE AN EXCUSE FOR DAMAGED ROOTBALLS. 3. HOLD GRADE 1'' BELOW EDGE OF WALK OR CURB PRUNE ALL DAMAGED OR DEAD WOOD IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO PLANTING. SET SHRUB 1" HIGHER THAN THE GRADE AT WHICH IT GREW. DIG PLANT PIT TWICE AS WIDE AS THE CONTAINER, MIN. ROUGHEN SIDES OF PLANT PIT SCORE SIDES OF ROOTBALL OF ROOTBOUND PLANTS ONLY. 2 X DIAMETER ROOTBALL, MIN. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 6 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 6 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 46 of 338 46 19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT H Page 1 of 119-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT H Page 1 of 109-03-19 TC PacketPage 47 of 33847 LOT CP 1 10,094.70 sq.ft. LOT CP 2 10,170.51 sq.ft. LOT CP 3 10,266.48 sq.ft. LOT CP 4 6037.14 sq.ft. LOT CP 5 6039.82 sq.ft LOT CP 6 5853.93 sq.ft. LOT CP 7 6407.60 sq.ft. LOT CP 8 6784.50 sq.ft. LOT CP 10 6724.26 sq.ft. LOT CP 11 7707.23 sq.ft. LOT CP 12 8316.69 sq.ft.LOT CP 13 10,043.45 sq.ft. LOT CP 14 8385.86 sq.ft. LOT CP 9 7417.85 sq.ft.CP Open Space A Amends OS A - Rodeo Place Subdivision Rec. 540522 45,013.31 sq.ft. 1.03 acres +/- CP Open Space 1 5247.02 sq.ft. CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- Parcel 1 207,314 sq. ft. 4.76 acres ± Parcel 2 75,545 sq. ft. 1.73 acres ± Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Coffey Place Subdivision Amends Portions of Rodeo Place Subdivision, The Entryway Master Subdivision Plat and Lots 2S and 2M of Seven Star Subdivision Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 100' 0 50 100 200 Title: Overview Coffey Place SubdivisionRevision#Sheet No.Portions Rodeo Place Subdivision,The Entryway Master Subdivision Platand Seven Star Subdivision Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.0014 CF Oct 20 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 1 6Of : --PLS: ”” ” ” ” ” Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM Scotth@sgm-inc.com “” ’ ’ 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 1 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 1 of 609-03-19 TC Packet Page 48 of 338 48 LOT CP 1 10,094.70 sq.ft. LOT CP 2 10,170.51 sq.ft. LOT CP 3 10,266.48 sq.ft. LOT CP 4 6037.14 sq.ft. LOT CP 5 6039.82 sq.ft LOT CP 6 5853.93 sq.ft. LOT CP 7 6407.60 sq.ft. LOT CP 8 6784.50 sq.ft. LOT CP 10 6724.26 sq.ft. LOT CP 11 7707.23 sq.ft. LOT CP 12 8316.69 sq.ft. LOT CP 13 10,043.45 sq.ft. LOT CP 14 8385.86 sq.ft. LOT CP 9 7417.85 sq.ft. CP Open Space A Amends OS A - Rodeo Place Subdivision Rec. 540522 45,013.31 sq.ft. 1.03 acres +/- CP Open Space 1 5247.02 sq.ft. CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- Center Line 36.0' Easement Coffey Place Lane CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- Parcel 1 207,314 sq. ft. 4.76 acres ± Parcel 2 75,545 sq. ft. 1.73 acres ± - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE LOT CP 4 6037.14 sq.ft. LOT CP 5 6039.82 sq.ft LOT CP 6 5853.93 sq.ft. Coffey Place Subdivision Building Envelope and Easement Detail Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Building Envelope and Easement DetailRevision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionBuilding Envelope and Easement DetailTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 2 6Of : --PLS: Access Easement Detail 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 2 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 2 of 609-03-19 TC Packet Page 49 of 338 49 Coffey Place Subdivision Adjoining & Fathering Subdivisions Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 200' 0 100 200 400 Title: Exhibit Adjoining & Fathering SubdivisionsRevision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionAdjoining & Fathering SubdivisionTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 3 6Of : --PLS: 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 3 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 3 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 50 of 338 50 LOT CP 1 10,094.70 sq.ft. LOT CP 2 10,170.51 sq.ft. LOT CP 3 10,266.48 sq.ft. LOT CP 4 6037.14 CP Open Space A Amends OS A - Rodeo Place Subdivision Rec. 540522 45,013.31 sq.ft. 1.03 acres +/- - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH Coffey Place Subdivision Lots CP 1 thru CP 3 Amends Open Space A of Rodeo Place Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 30' 0 15 30 60 Title: Coffey Place Lots CP1 thru CP3Revision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionAmends Open Space Aof Rodeo Place Subdivision,Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 91004J-17 HS February 8, 2019 SH CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 4 6Of : --PLS: 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 4 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 4 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 51 of 338 51 LOT CP 1 10,094.70 sq.ft. sq.ft. LOT CP 4 6037.14 sq.ft. LOT CP 5 6039.82 sq.ft LOT CP 6 5853.93 sq.ft. LOT CP 7 6407.60 sq.ft. LOT CP 8 6784.50 sq.ft. CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE Coffey Place Subdivision Lots CP 4 thru CP 8 Amends Portions of Lot 5, The Entryway Master Subdivision Plat Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Coffey Place Subdivision Lots CP4 thru CP8Revision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionPortions of Lot 5Entryway Master Subdivision,Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 CF Oct 20, 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 5 6Of : --PLS: DESCRIPTION LOT 5 REMAINDER 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 5 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 5 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 52 of 338 52 LOT CP 8 6784.50 sq.ft. LOT CP 10 6724.26 sq.ft. LOT CP 11 7707.23 sq.ft. LOT CP 12 8316.69 sq.ft. LOT CP 13 10,043.45 sq.ft. LOT CP 14 8385.86 sq.ft. LOT CP 9 7417.85 sq.ft. CP Open Space 1 5247.02 sq.ft. CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH Coffey Place Subdivision Lots CP 9 thru CP 14 Amends Portions of Lots 2M and 2S Seven Star Subdivision Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Coffey Place Sub. Lots CP9 thru CP14Revision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionPortions of Lot 2M and Lot 2SSeven Star SubdivisionTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 6 6Of : --PLS: ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 6 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 6 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 6 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 53 of 338 53 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 20'0102040Title:Lots CP1-CP3Grading & Paving PlanRevision#Dwg No.COFFEY PLACE Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WCPROGRESS SET 05.23.2019JWHCoffeyPl-GradingRM118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:C.1.05 50Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 1 of 319-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 1 of 309-03-19 TC PacketPage 54 of 33854 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 20'0102040Title:Lots CP4-CP8Grading & Paving PlanRevision#Dwg No.COFFEY PLACE Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WCPROGRESS SET 05.23.2019JWHCoffeyPl-GradingRM118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:C.1.06 50Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 2 of 319-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 2 of 309-03-19 TC PacketPage 55 of 33855 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 20'0102040Title:Lots CP9-CP14Grading & Paving PlanRevision#Dwg No.COFFEY PLACE Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WCPROGRESS SET 05.23.2019JWHCoffeyPl-GradingRM118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:C.1.07 50Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 3 of 319-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 3 of 309-03-19 TC PacketPage 56 of 33856 Open Space A75545 sq.ft.1.734 acres +/-Site- VICINITY MAP -SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 FeetScott A. HemmenColorado PLS # 38182For, and on behalf of SGMImprovement Survey PLatOpen Space A, Rodeo Place Subdivision Town of Snowmass VillageSituated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M.Pitkin County, ColoradoApproved:Graphic ScaleIn U.S. Feet : 1" = 30'0153060Title:ImprovementSurveyPlatRevision#Sheet No.A Portion of Open Space A, Rodeo Place Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:2018-402.0014CFOct 20 2018SHRodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:Of :--PLS:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT K Page 1 of 619-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT K Page 1 of 609-03-19 TC PacketPage 57 of 33857 Open Space A75545 sq.ft.1.734 acres +/-Site- VICINITY MAP -SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 FeetScott A. HemmenColorado PLS # 38182For, and on behalf of SGMImprovement Survey PLatOpen Space A, Rodeo Place Subdivision Town of Snowmass VillageSituated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M.Pitkin County, ColoradoApproved:Graphic ScaleIn U.S. Feet : 1" = 30'0153060Title:ImprovementSurveyPlatRevision#Sheet No.A Portion of Open Space A, Rodeo Place Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:2018-402.0014CFOct 20 2018SHRodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:Of :--PLS:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT K Page 2 of 619-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT K Page 2 of 609-03-19 TC PacketPage 58 of 33858 Lot 5 Entryway Master Plan Town of Snowmass Village 509,391sq.ft. 11.964 acres +/- Rec.No. 616370 - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Improvement Survey Plat A Portion of Lot 5, Entryway Master Subdivision Plat, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Improvement Survey PlatRevision#Sheet No.Lot 5Entryway Master Subdivision,Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 CF Oct 20, 2018 .. RodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: Of : --PLS: Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 3 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 3 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 59 of 338 59 Lot 5 Entryway Master Plan Town of Snowmass Village 509,391sq.ft. 11.964 acres +/- Rec.No. 616370 - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Improvement Survey Plat A Portion of Lot 5, Entryway Master Subdivision Plat, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Improvement Survey PlatRevision#Sheet No.Lot 5Entryway Master Subdivision,Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 CF Oct 20, 2018 .. RodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: Of : --PLS: Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 4 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 4 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 60 of 338 60 Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Open Space BRec. No. 540522Lot 5 Entryway Master Plan Town of Snowmass Village 509,391sq.ft. 11.964 acres +/- Rec.No. 616370 Improvement Survey Plat Lot 2M and Lot 2S, Amended Plat of Lot 2 Seven Star Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 40' 0 20 40 80 Title: Improvement Survey PlatRevision#Sheet No.Lot 2M and Lot 2SSeven Star SubdivisionTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. RodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: Of : --PLS: Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 5 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 5 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 61 of 338 61 Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Open Space BRec. No. 540522Lot 5 Entryway Master Plan Town of Snowmass Village 509,391sq.ft. 11.964 acres +/- Rec.No. 616370 Improvement Survey Plat Lot 2M and Lot 2S, Amended Plat of Lot 2 Seven Star Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 40' 0 20 40 80 Title: Improvement Survey PlatRevision#Sheet No.Lot 2M and Lot 2SSeven Star SubdivisionTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. RodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: Of : --PLS: Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 6 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 6 of 6 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 62 of 338 62 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT L Page 1 of 5 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 63 of 338 63 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT L Page 2 of 5 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 64 of 338 64 Page 1 of 1 KL&A, Inc. 215 N. 12th Street, Unit E Carbondale, Colorado 81623 Telephone: (970) 927-5174 March 14, 2019 Town of Snowmass Village c/o Charles Cunniffe Architects 610 East Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611 Attn: Chad Molloconi Re: Coffey Place Housing – Slope stability Dear Chad, KL&A has been retained as the Structural Engineer of Record for the Coffey Place Housing project, which consists of multiple housing units in Snowmass Village on 3 lots. We have received the letter by HP Kumar dated March 13, 2019 which discusses the slope stability at each of the lots. The letter indicates only limited potential slope instability on lot C during construction, and otherwise indicates that no increase in slope instability will be created by the project. As the structural engineer, KL&A can design the new structures to resist the localized soil pressures that are imparted on the structures. Any temporary instabilities during construction will need to be mitigated and will be the responsibility of the contractor. Please let me know if there are any questions. Sincerely, Dan Doherty, P.E. Principal 03/14/2019 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT L Page 3 of 5 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 65 of 338 65 51 Eagle Road #2 1000 Dolores Way, Suite A P O Drawer 5400 Carbondale, Avon, Colorado 81620 Colorado 81623 t. 970.949.5152 t. 970.963.3558 f. 970.949.4379 f. 970.963.3179 www.ranelson.com www.ranelson.com Creating opportunities and building lasting relationships since 1976. May 22, 2019 Town of Snowmass Village c/o Charles Cunniffe Architects Attn: Chad Molloconi 610 East Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611 chadm@cunniffe.com Re: Coffey Place Housing – Slope Stability & Shoring Dear Chad, We have reviewed the drawings and documents provided in the Exhibit A RFP package dated 3/22/2019 and it is our recommendation that permanent and temporary shoring is utilized for the excavation of buildings 1, 2, and 3 on Lot C. Our proposed shoring layout is attached to this letter. Layback excavation is not feasible for these buildings due to the steep slope, proximity to property lines, and proximity to existing residences. A 1:1 layback excavation would not catch existing grade within the limits of the property. Permanent shoring to the north of the buildings will allow us to contain mass excavation within the limits of the property, mitigate slope stability risks associated with layback excavation, and reduce lateral loads on the building foundation. Temporary shoring to the east and west of the buildings will also allow us to contain mass excavation within the limits of the property. We anticipate no issues with slope stability during construction by utilizing the proposed permanent and temporary shoring methods. Sincerely, Preconstruction Manager RA Nelson 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT L Page 4 of 5 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 66 of 338 66 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 20'0102040Title:Lots CP1-CP3Grading & Paving PlanRevision#Dwg No.COFFEY PLACE Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WCPROGRESS SET 03.21.2019JWHCoffeyPl-GradingXX118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:C.1.07 48Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:Preliminary03/21/2019 3:58:50 PM7896':7885' = 11'7892':7885' = 7'7900':7885' = 15'7905':7885' = 20'7910':7885' = 25'7910':7885' = 25'7885':7905' = 20'7885':7900' = 15'7885':7895' = 10'7885':7890' = 5'7889':7885' = 4'7895':7885' = 10'7900':7885' = 15'7904':7885' = 19'7905':7885' = 20'7885':7905' = 20'7885':7900' = 15'7885':7895' = 10'7885':7890' = 5'128'-10"63'-10"53'-0"49'-2"62'-0 "42'-10"Permanent MicropileShoring, typ.Permanent MicropileShoring, typ.Temporary MicropileShoring, typ.Temporary MicropileShoring, typ.Temporary MicropileShoring, typ.Temporary MicropileShoring, typ.CONCEPTUAL SHORING PLAN19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT L Page 5 of 519-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT L Page 5 of 509-03-19 TC PacketPage 67 of 33867 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT M Page 1 of 3 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 68 of 338 68 19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT M Page 2 of 309-03-19 TC PacketPage 69 of 33869 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT M Page 3 of 3 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 70 of 338 70 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 71 of 33871 From: John Mele <JMele@roaringforkfire.org> - ROARING FORK FIRE RESCUE Sent: Monday, June 24, 2019 2:53 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Subject: Re: DEVELOPMENT REVIEW TEAM Coffey Place Jim, In regards to the proposed Coffey Place we have the following comments: 1.The proposed new roadway requires an adequate emergency access "turn around" which is indicated as a "T" style access in the site plan and located between two structures at the end of the street. This emergency access was not our first choice in design but we realize the constraints placed on this proposal due to the surrounding wetlands. As such, we need assurance that this emergency access is maintained year round and able to withstand the imposed loads of fire apparatus weighing 80,000 lbs. This access should be assured in some manner and not become overflow parking, playground or other storage. It must remain free and clear of obstructions. 2. An additional fire hydrant is to be located along this roadway and will be required prior to any combustible construction of housing. 3. We recommend non-combustible exterior siding and decks in an effort to minimize potential loss from potential wildfires. Sincerely, John T. Mele Fire Marshal 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT N Page 1 of 1 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 72 of 338 72 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970.923.2543 www.tosv.com e-mail: transport@tosv.com TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT MEMO To: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner From: David Peckler, Transportation Director CC: Date: June 25, 2019 Re: Review of Coffee Place Submission I have reviewed the materials on Coffee Place. I have only comments on the pedestrian access to transit. In the application it states that “The location of Coffee Place Housing is in walkable proximity to the regional and local services.” I agree with the general concepts in the Trail Connection Diagram, but I would like to see a well-designed, hard- surface trail that connects the development to the Recreation Center and Town Park Station. In the Trail Connection Diagram a “New Pedestrian Connection to Park” is shown. I believe that this pedestrian connection would become a commuter pathway that should be serviced year-round. I believe that by working with the Recreation Department, a good pathway from Stallion Circle that connects to the Recreation Center and Town Park Station can be developed. This would provide year-round access to local and regional transit services at Town Park station. A trail or sidewalk along Stallion Circle would provide a safe walking path outside of the roadway and benefit both the existing and proposed employee housing complexes. If there can be a modification to the Hike, Bike, Horse Trail (Modified Route) shown in the Trail Connection Diagram so that it can service commuting pedestrians along Stallion Circle, it could be a benefit to multiple users. David Peckler Transportation Director 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT O Page 1 of 1 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 73 of 338 73 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970.923.3777 www.tosv.com TO: JULIE ANN WOODS, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JIM WAHLSTROM, SENIOR PLANNER FROM: ANNE MARTENS, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS SUBJECT: COFFEY PLACE – MAY 2019 SUBMITTAL DATE: JUNE 25, 2019 CC: CLINT KINNEY, TOWN MANAGER In reference to the Coffey Place Housing application for subdivision plat and Amendment to Zoning submitted in May 2019 the following comments are being submitted: Comments: 1.Project Narrative:Paragraph #4 – Lots 4 -14 –States “The proposed driveway to lots 9-14 have limited disturbance on the existing wetlands.” However, I believe it should read “on the wetlands setback”, which is acceptable as it is not a structure but a parking area. It is important to have permanent storm water BMP’s installed to insure proper water quality protection. 2.Project Narrative: Paragraph #5 discusses the trails that run nearby. These trails should have easements indicated on the plat map and indicate use, purpose and ownership. 3.Review Standard Response: Public Trails Section – The proposed trails and relocated trails should be mapped in to indicate locations and easements provided. The trails should also be adequate in size to handle the appropriate maintenance equipment and access needs. 4.Review Standard Response: Water Supply, Sewage Disposal, Solid Waste Disposal and Utilities – a.Details regarding the lift station operation, maintenance, and responsibility should be spelled out in the HOA declarations. b. Each residence is responsible for subscribing to the community dumpster service and the curbside collection is optional at this time. 5.Review Standard Response - Off Street Parking – It is acceptable that the parking requirement is met by utilizing the driveways for parking, even with some of the area being in the ROW. The parking is not in the roadway. 6.Review Standards Response – Building design guidelines to preserve community character. The proposed neighborhood sign will need to be reviewed for placement to ensure that it does not interfere with site distance or other factors. 7.Construction Management Plan – The contractor needs to take into consideration annual road weight restriction (March 15 to June 15) and the restriction of work within the Road Right of Way (October 15 to April 15). 8.Construction Management Plan – Site Security, Parking and BMPs – An active maintenance of the roadway mitigating tracked debris needs to include street sweeping by an enclosed sweeper to manage dust control. 9.DHM Landscape Design Narrative – Irrigation Design and Concept - private property areas, common areas and ROW. 10.CIVIL REVIEW – Final plan review and approval of civil plans will be required prior to Final Development Approval and issuance of a ROW Permit. 11.CIVIL REVIEW – A right of way permit will be required for all work within the Road Right of Way. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT P Page 1 of 2 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 74 of 338 74 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970.923.3777 www.tosv.com 12.CIVIL Plans – Sheet C0.03 General Roadway Note #8.1: No roadway closures are permitted without prior approval from the Public Works Department. 13.CIVIL plans – Sheet C0.03 Shallow Utilities note: 33: All Comcast cable pedestal locations to be approved by the Town to insure no concerns with snow removal or storage. 14.CIVIL Plans – General comment – All curb and gutter removal and replacement needs to be from concrete joint to concrete joint and dowel connections. 15.CIVIL Plans – General comment – All street cuts need to straight saw cut removal and t-patch mill replacement. 16.CIVIL Plans – Sheet C 1.02 – All grading between existing lots and proposed development needs drainage swales to ensure drainage is not directed towards structures or adjacent properties. 17.CIVIL Plans – Plat Sheet 2 of 6 a.The connection between the driveway and Stallion Circle needs to clarify to ensure there is platted access easement to the proposed developed area. b.The 30’ Sanitation, and water easement above the existing Lot 9 need to be clarified as it appears to be incorrectly mapped. c.The CP Open Space 1 parcel ownership, access and maintenance responsibility needs to be clearly indicated as this is a major storm drainage corridor. d.All trail easements should mapped with use and access indicated. 18.Landscape plans – It is recommended that irrigation for lots adjacent to Public Roads have irrigation systems installed to back of curb and gutter, similar to the adjacent subdivision. It does not make sense to the ROW portion of the landscaped areas to be managed by the HOA. However, the Town is not responsible for any damages to infrastructure placed within the ROW. 19.Landscaping Plans – The landscaping plans will need a final review to ensure that site distance is adequate and no large landscaping is placed within the Public ROW. 20.Landscaping Plans – Snow storage needs to be indicated and provided not only on the lots but also for the public roadways. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT P Page 2 of 2 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 75 of 338 75 Dan Prenzlow, Director, Colorado Parks and Wildlife • Parks and Wildlife Commission: Taishya Adams • Robert W. Bray • Charles Garcia • Marie Haskett Carrie Besnette Hauser • John Howard • Marvin McDaniel, Acting Vice-Chair • Luke B. Schafer • Eden Vardy • James Vigil, Secretary • Michelle Zimmerman, Acting Chair Director’s Office 1313 Sherman St., Suite 618 Denver, CO 80203 P 303.866.3203 | F 303.866.3206 June 26, 2019 Jim Wahlstrom Community Development Department 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Town’s Coffey Place Housing Project Dear Jim, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has reviewed the proposed land use application for Town’s Coffey Place Housing Project. The applicant is requesting approval for a proposed subdivision and rezoning of the planned Town’s Coffey Place Housing project adjacent to the Rodeo Place Housing and the Seven Star property. CPW has assessed the potential wildlife impacts based on the Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Species Activity Maps (SAM).These maps indicate that this site is within a ¼ mile of Elk Severe Winter Range, Elk Winter Concentration Areas and Elk and Mule Deer Winter Ranges. They also indicated that this site is within a Black Bear Fall Concentration Area and conflicts may occur. CPW recommends the following to help minimize conflicts with Black Bears: - Install round handled door knobs on all exterior doors. - Prohibit all berry, nut, and fruit producing trees or shrubs for landscaping. - Use only bear proof dumpsters and store trash securely until morning of pickup. - During construction all food trash must be stored in a bear proof container or taken off site at each day’s end. - Contractors should not be allowed to take dogs on site during construction. Loose or uncontrolled dogs can have significant impact to wildlife including direct and indirect mortality, increased stress and disturbance, and displacement to less preferred ranges. It is important that all dogs are leashed or under human supervision when outside. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT Q Page 1 of 2 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 76 of 338 76 Additionally it is recommended that construction is not permitted from December 1st through March 31st due to the fact that this residence is within ¼ mile of Elk Severe Winter Range and Winter Concentration Areas. CPW understands that this limits the window of construction time, however due to the location of this residence and the potential to greatly impact wildlife in and around the proposed project, CPW feel that these regulations should be highly considered. Colorado Parks and Wildlife appreciates the opportunity to comment on this project. If there are any questions or need for additional information don’t hesitate to contact District Wildlife Manager, Kurtis Tesch at (970) 948-1662. Sincerely, Matt Yamashita, Area Wildlife Manager Cc. Kurtis Tesch, District Wildlife Manager 19-10 TCOrd EXHIBIT Q Page 2 of 2 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 77 of 338 77 From: Laurie Smith – POLICE, ANIMAL SERVICES Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2019 1:46 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Cc: Brian Olson <BOlson@tosv.com> Subject: Re: Town's Coffey Place Housing Project - CPW Comments Jim, We see CPW’s dog recommendation & we agree. Laurie Smith & Tina White Snowmass Village Animal Services X242 Sent from my iPhone On Jun 26, 2019, at 13:16, Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> wrote: Matt, Thank you for the CPW’s review comments. We will forward to the applicant representatives and other affected review agencies by copy of this message. The CPW comments will be included and referenced in the staff report and packet to the Town’s Planning Commissioners and Town Council members. Thanks again for the input. Jim Jim Wahlstrom, AICP, MPCD Senior Planner Town of Snowmass Village From: Yamashita - DNR, Matt <matt.yamashita@state.co.us> Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2019 12:12 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Cc: Kurtis Tesch - DNR <kurtis.tesch@state.co.us> Subject: Town's Coffey Place Housing Project - CPW Comments Jim, My apologies for submitting this late. It got temporarily lost in the mix. Attached are CPW's comments regarding this project. Matt Matt Yamashita Area Wildlife Manager P 970.947.2931 | F 970.947.2936 | C 970.989.8617 0088 Wildlife Way, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 matt.yamashita@state.co.us | cpw.state.co.us 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT R Page 1 of 1 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 78 of 338 78 19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT SPage 1 of 209-03-19 TC PacketPage 79 of 33879 19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT SPage 2 of 209-03-19 TC PacketPage 80 of 33880 From: MIchelle Wilson <snowmassv@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, July 15, 2019 10:17 AM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Cc: Cindy Ford <CFord@tosv.com> Subject: Fwd: Proposed Site Plan Coffey place Lot CP 3 Hello- I am writing in about one of the proposed sites that I have attached to this email. It is the lot CP 3 (where it says "open space" ) First, I would like to say that when this neighborhood was designed and we all attended the proposal of it, then the final draft and the lottery, this space was supposed to actually be open space. (at least that is how it was explained to us) I am in the unit LOT 2 which is located next to the proposed site. When I won the lottery and picked out my place, I picked it out due to the open space next to it. (and also because it was awesome!) Joe Coffey told me that this would not change because I asked him more than several times about it. When they built phase 2, I asked him again, just to make sure, and the answer was again no we will not be building on the site. Then I saw the plans for the new buildings and talked with Joe right before he passed and brought up that he always told me that it would not be built on and he said well I know we have always said that but now plans may change. (?) I have also asked some of my neighbors about this and they said it was explained to them by Joe the same way. They referred to the original plans and even the plans now that say "open space" I just wanted to write in about what was said to us and was written on the plans and is now maybe changing. I hope this may influence your decision. Another couple of things that were brought up in talking with my neighbors was that this space is not only beautiful with wild flowers, but this is where snow is plowed to in the winter and stored. They commented about it being a "green" space that they and myself enjoy looking at. The houses across from it are concerned with run off because they are both having to use pumps so their basements will not fill with water. We are also concerned with the stability of the soil...We had a mini mud slide this spring from water draining down the hill toward my unit and my attached neighbor. My unit is the only one that is built into the side of the hill with a retaining wall and so my back bedroom window is at soil level in the back-- -so when the mud started to slide it really freaked me out. (it was small but ...) We heard that there was a mud/soil slide in the Crossings a couple years back---is it ok to disturb more of this hill to build? There are 2 transformers on the "open space" which would make sense that it probably was planned to be "open space". Nonetheless I just wanted to write in and at least have you hear what we were told and what we are thinking. Thank you and happy planning. Please feel free to call me 9709487459 Michelle Wilson (and neighbors) 148 Stallion Circle ATTACHMENT 3 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 81 of 338 81 August 9, 2019 Dear Jim, Per the public notice we received, we are submitting these written comments for inclusion in the staff report prior to the public hearing on August 19, 2019 for the Town Council to consider the Coffey Place Housing application, and proposed amendments to the Official Zone District Map. (Please note, we are sending these written comments 10 days prior to the public hearing.) We are all writing as owners of townhouses and houses in Rodeo Place. We love living in Snowmass Village, and we love the Rodeo Place neighborhood. We are happy that the Town is building more opportunities for people of all income levels to live a quality life in Snowmass Village, and we are generally supportive of new housing in this neighborhood. We have read through the majority of meeting minutes for all Town Council meetings that involved the original development of Rodeo Place. The recurring themes expressed during those meetings – by neighbors, Town Council, and the planning department – were of creating a development with low density, open space for wildlife, preserving view planes for surrounding neighborhoods and incoming traffic to Snowmass, and minimizing building on 30+ degree slopes. In fact, the original development was revised after public comments to reduce the number of lots by one to lower the density, preserve view planes, and increase open space. We have reviewed the public notice and proposals for Coffey Place and have the following comments and concerns. Affordability We were shocked to read about the proposed prices of townhouses and houses in the new Coffey Place development, ranging from $523K to $824K. We are all residents of Rodeo Place, and the starting prices of our townhouses and homes were half of the starting prices of these new homes. We are dismayed to see such high prices – wages have certainly not doubled over the last few years – and are wondering how many Snowmass Village residents and employees will actually qualify for such housing. Residents, employers, employees, and members of the public have gone before the town council to ask for affordable employee housing in Snowmass Village, urging the town to address the impact of Base Village and the growing employee base here. But, in our view, only a narrow sliver of employees working in this town will be able to afford a two-bedroom townhouse for $523,000. The sales price for the same townhouse in Rodeo Place, in January of this year, was $270,812. The sales price for the last single family home to be built at Rodeo Place was $265,000. Also, with a $250K income cap, who will be able to afford the down-payment and mortgage for an $824K home? Why are these same homes, in the same location, now so much more expensive to build only a few years later? If Snowmass Village employees 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 82 of 338 82 do not qualify, will the town then sell its subsidized housing stock to Pitkin County workers? Surely this is not the goal of the TOSV housing program. We also understand that the smaller townhouses are meant to be options for older Crossings owners to downsize, so that the town can free up those larger Crossings homes for families. We have doubt that such owners will want to downsize to a townhouse that is one-third of the size and yet costs almost as much as their single family home. Rodeo Place is an incredible neighborhood with a fantastic mix of employees and families. We were hoping the new stock of employee housing at Coffey Place would provide the same type of opportunities for our dedicated employees, colleagues, and residents to own a home in Snowmass Village. We have heard over and over that their dreams have been dashed by these unattainable prices. We urge the Town Council to reconsider the cost of Coffey Place and honestly ask who will ultimately bear that cost and who will ultimately come to own these homes. Parking and Storage We are concerned about the availability of parking on property (in driveways and garages), and we think that there is not enough available to accommodate the number of cars that will be in each home. Because these units will be sold at high prices, we anticipate most homebuyers will require two incomes or a roommate to afford the mortgage – multiple owners and workers means multiple cars per unit. The units are also built without adequate storage, which impacts parking. When units have inadequate storage, owners have to use their garages for equipment storage rather than for parking, forcing the cars out onto the driveways and streets. A simple solution to this would be to create outdoor sheds (perhaps along the side of the house or townhouse) to store skis, bicycles, and other equipment that are commonly used by Snowmass Village owners – this would allow the garages to be used for their intended purpose, to house cars. Open Space "Platted vs. Zoned” and Density Applicant states that Open Space A was “platted” but never “zoned” as open space. While it is true that the zoning was never changed on the Open Space A parcel once the development was approved (an error made by the Town, it appears), the Town has always intended this space to be – and has always treated this space as – true open space. In the meeting minutes of past Town Council meetings where the Rodeo Place development was originally discussed, the applicant (the Town), the neighbors, and the developers all cited the need for open space as part of the plan, to protect view planes, keep density low, and protect areas for wildlife. 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 83 of 338 83 Several open space parcels were created as part of Rodeo Place (Open Space B is the second one; the others surround the creek). Open Space B contains access easements for access across the parcel – importantly, no such easement exists for Open Space A because the Town’s intent was to keep Open Space A as true open space: no park, no access easements (other than utilities), no trails, no development of the parcel whatsoever. Multiple homeowners around the Open Space A parcel were informed by Joe Coffey that the lot would remain as Open Space, and we know of one unit owner who chose her unit adjacent to open space in reliance on Joe Coffey’s remarks. A development in this open space area, contrary to the original development plans and original intent of the development, flies in the face of representations and promises made to homeowners, the Town, and neighbors. The elimination of Open Space A as open space is not true to the Comprehensive Plan’s requirement that the Town “preserve the quality of existing open space” (emphasis supplied). In addition to the elimination of open space by the development of Open Space A, park space will also be eliminated by the development of five units in proposed lots CP 4- 8. Staff states that this plan is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the Town's Park/Entryway CPA, but we believe the number and density of homes in that section is not consistent with the requirement that the housing be "low density" (four homes completely consume the current park next to the tennis courts), nor is the proposed double elimination of open/park/community spaces (current park space and Open Space A) consistent with the requirement that the development "be representative of Snowmass Village: pastural, open, rural and authentic.” 30 Degree Slopes, Wetlands, Soils Issues As Rodeo Place residents, we have significant concerns about the slopes, wetlands areas, drainage and soils issues. We are not experts, of course, and we write only of our experience living in the neighborhood. One of the owners (Alexis and Dusty Diaz) lives across the street from the proposed Open Space A development. The Diaz’s have a sump pump in their basement running 24 hours per day, with a marine battery backup. Their pump failed two years ago, and in less than one day their basement flooded. Another neighbor across the street from Open Space A had to have rock walls built to redirect drainage to prevent further basement flooding. The fact of the matter is that drainage is already an issue in the neighborhood, and further development, particularly without adequate mitigation, will exacerbate these drainage issues. In the original Rodeo Place plans and public discussions around those plans, it was clear that another intended purpose of Open Space A was to mitigate the number of units built on 30+ degree slopes by adequately spacing those units with open space between them. We see no indication in the plans for adequate drainage, culverts, or other means of channeling the significant amount of water that is naturally absorbed by the current open 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 84 of 338 84 space. It is not lost on us that in the very same public meetings where the original Rodeo Place development was discussed, the Town was also having to deal with the mudslide that had just occurred above the Crossings, causing significant damage to several homes and significant expense to the Town to remedy it. We anticipate the same sorts of mudslides and flooding will be an issue in this development. We also fail to see how new construction, even closer to the wetlands areas, will not have flooding and drainage issues as well. Garbage Crossings residents, Rodeo Place residents, and now the Coffey Place residents do not have garbage/recycling shed service. Residents on this side of Snowmass Village must pay the annual garbage fee (for the garbage sheds supplied in other parts of the Village) but have no corresponding benefit of garbage service. These residents must either drive their garbage over a mile to the nearest shed, or they must pay a (second) fee for home service. This is a significant portion of the Village population, and an even more significant portion of its full-time population. We see nothing in the plans that provides for common garbage and recycling services. This is an environmental issue – home garbage/recycling services are a wasted duplication of services – and also an affordability issue, as we fail to see how requiring employee housing residents to pay twice for garbage service is an affordable solution. We ask that the Town explore requiring adequate garbage and recycling shed services on this side of the Village as part of the Coffey Place approvals. Thank you for your consideration of these issues. Many of us plan to participate in the public meeting on August 19 and are happy to discuss these concerns then or at any time. Again, we appreciate your consideration. Kind regards, Dusty and Alexis Diaz Mark and Linda Chapdelaine Michael and Jo Mallory Naomi Smith Torey Trefz Scott and Lee Ann Vold 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 85 of 338 85 From: Susan Markwood <my81615@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, August 12, 2019 12:49 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Subject: Re: Coffey Place Housing Thank you, Yes but I read they were planning on breaking ground the Fall of 2019 which is coming up quick! It kind of feels like they are planning on building them even though they don't know if they can find qualified buyers. That was our concern. On Mon, Aug 12, 2019 at 12:40 PM Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> wrote: Hello Susan, Thanks for your message. We will make sure to include your message below in the Town Council packet for the hearing and second reading of the ordinance on August 19. The proposal is for re-zonings and a subdivision plat. The primarily focus is on addressing the review standards for those types of applications. Jim From: Susan Markwood <my81615@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, August 12, 2019 11:32 AM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Cc: Travis Elliott <TElliott@tosv.com>; council <council@tosv.com>; Julie Ann Woods <JWoods@tosv.com>; Betsy Crum <bcrum@tosv.com> Subject: Re: Coffey Place Housing All, I regret that I will not be able to attend the Council Meeting tonight as you discuss the Coffey Place housing. I did have one question that many of us are discussing, and that is when Rodeo Place was being explored as a potential development, a housing lottery was held well in advance of ground breaking to make sure all of the lots would sell to TOSV employees. Is this the same procedure that will be happening for Coffey Place? With 17 units being priced in between $525,000-$825,000 it would be nice to know that since this is "affordable" TOSV housing, adding to the employee housing pool, that all units will go to TOSV employees. A lottery with financial pre-qualification taking place prior to ground breaking would ensure this happens. Thank you for addressing this issue in the meeting tonight. Thank you, Susan 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 86 of 338 86 From: Susan Markwood <my81615@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, August 7, 2019 11:00 AM To: council <council@tosv.com>; Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com>; Julie Ann Woods <JWoods@tosv.com>; Travis Elliott <TElliott@tosv.com> Subject: Coffey Place Housing Dear All, After reading the article in the Aspen Daily News 8/7/19, I am interested in reading the environmental impact study that relates to the proposed development. Can you please tell me where I could find that information? Also, putting a development in the wetlands that will effect elk and deer winter migration doesn't seem to align with the towns environmental sustainability plan. Please see copy attached. Thank you 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 87 of 338 87 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 88 of 33888 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 89 of 33889 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 90 of 33890 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 91 of 33891 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 92 of 33892 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 93 of 33893 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 94 of 33894 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 95 of 33895 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 96 of 33896 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 97 of 33897 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 98 of 33898 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 99 of 33899 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 100 of 338100 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 101 of 338101 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 102 of 338102 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 103 of 338103 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 104 of 338104 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 105 of 338105 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 106 of 338106 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 107 of 338107 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 108 of 338108 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 109 of 338109 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 110 of 338110 09-03-19 TC PacketPage 111 of 338111 From: Staci Stokes <staci.stokes@comcast.net> Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2019 9:02 AM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Subject: Rezoning for Coffey Place Dear Jim: please share this with our town council as well. The rezoning of land for more employee housing is a dangerous move forward in Affordable housing. To build homes where it was clearly noted that homes should not be built is ludicrous. Snowmass Village needs to back up a step and rethink its development, we are growing beyond what our land can take. Our environment is suffering. There will begin to be changes in employee housing availability in SMV before these places can even be built. I also heard rumors of what homes will cost. It was shockingly unaffordable. I understand the need to house employees, I live in employee housing, but will be selling in a few years. Please rethink this decision to put housing where it should not be built. Thanks Staci Stokes 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 112 of 338 112 Rhonda Coxon From: Sent: To: Subject: Thursday, August 22,2019 9:20 AM Tom Goode; Bob Sirkus;Alyssa Shenk; Bill Madsen; Markey Butler; council Joe Coffey Re-Zoning Dear Town Council, First I want to thank you for listening to my concerns with the re-zoning lor the town homes proposed for Joe Coffee Place at Mondays meeting. To reiterate my biggest concern is how close the proposed buildings will be to one other. And I do not believe that to be low density. From the meeting on Monday, lf I understood correctly, my current home, #102 is 5 feet from the property line and the housing department is asking to re zone lot C to have a zero setback. They said they are "planning to build 5 leet from the property line not including the roof overhang" but are not required to do so and anyone can build right up to the property line if they wish to. When Council walks the property on Monday I would like to ask you to look at the current unit #1 12 and #122 and see how close they are. Those two units are about B feet apart and it is just too close. When I made to decision to move lrom #1221o #102 Joe and I walked around the buildings and concluded there would be considerably more room with the new construction. 2 feet is not considerably more and if the project gets built as proposed it was lot of money and stress just to move two doors down, I would like to ask the Councilwhen re zoning the lot lrom open space to multi-family use that Council add in a reasonable minimum setback for the town homes. What the housing department wants/needs to fit in their current plans is not reasonable. There must be a compromise from what the housing department wants and low density look our town is looking for and something that residents will actually want to living with. Please do not repeat the same mistakes. I would suggest a 15 feet setback from the property line. This request of adding a setback to the rezoning is not just for me. I know I will not live here forever. These suggestions will benefit the future residents of #102 and lucky winners of the proposed unit as well. Lastly, I would like to remind everyone that this project is named after Joe Coffey. His name and legacy will always be tied to this street. Every time people talk about it I would like it to positive. Again, thank you for your time and consideration Torey Trefz SMV Resident 1 Sent from Mail for Windows 10 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 113 of 338 113 Rhonda Coxon From: Sent: To: Subject: Lee Ann Vold <vold.leeann@gmail.com> Monday, August 26,2019 3:32 PM council Coffey Place Density. l'm not able to attend the 4pm tour of the story poles today so I wanted to send out an email with my concerns. I attend the town council meeting last week and listened to people's comments during the public comment portion of rezoning Coffee Place. I did not speak at the meeting and most of my concerns were expressed. After seeing the site layout for the houses and townhomes my concerns are even greater on the density of the project. l'm in support of Coffee Place. however this many homes placed where they are feels like everything is being jammed into the location without understanding the impact of this additional density. Allopen space is being eliminated. A house was already built on Stallion Circle that was slated to be a park area. The planned homes located next to the tennis courts, also remove open space for the large family and pet owner community of both Rodeo Pl and CoffeyPlace. Awalkingpathbetweenthenewhomesandtenniscourtswill beaninvasionoftheseowners privacy. The layout is too tight. I realize there is a demand for employee housing, however adding this much density with families, pets, and kids will likely create more tension between neighbors and visitors using the town park with such tight quarters. Regards -Lee Ann Vold Licensed Massoge Theropist & Estheticion PO Box 6886 Snowmass Village, CO 8L615 Cell: 970-948-8301 1 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 114 of 338 114 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: September 3, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Owner’s Update on Coffey Place Housing Development PRESENTED BY: Betsy Crum, Housing Director BACKGROUND: The Housing Department has been working toward the development of Coffey Place for several years, looking to create additional for-sale, owner-occupied homes in the area in and immediately adjacent to the current Rodeo Place housing development. In 2017 we developed a schematic plan to add housing in three areas: along Stallion Circle near the entrance to the development, immediately adjacent to the existing tennis courts, and at the northeast portion of the site at the former Seven Star parcel. Based on this plan, the Council appropriated $3.3 million to subsidize development of 17 new housing units on 14 sites. Through 2018-19 the Coffey Place design and development team has worked toward developing a single-family homeownership community within the Stallion Circle neighborhood that: • Fits into the current neighborhood from a design and density standpoint, • Protects the existing natural environment, • Enhances the livability of the homes and neighborhood; and • Meets a segment of the market that represents the workforce housing needs in Snowmass Village and serves a range of household sizes and types. The resulting development includes 17 residential homes in 14 buildings. Two-bedroom duplex units will have just under 1,500 square feet of living space plus a garage; all of the single-family homes will have three bedrooms and range in space from 1,700 to 2,400 square feet of living space, each with a two-car garage. Throughout the design 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 115 of 338 115 process, considerable attention has been paid to respecting and addressing the many site challenges associated with an in-fill project, including poor soils, steep slopes, varying water tables, need for more parking, proximity to wetlands and wildlife corridors, and access to Town Park. Overlaying all was the importance of developing a project that, in nearly every way, met the standards and limits of the Multifamily Zone. FINANCIAL IMPACT: Current construction costs in upper Pitkin County have far outstripped that in the rest of Colorado and the nation, by some estimates increasing 300% in the last 10 years. After a competitive bid process and responsible value engineering, the total construction cost of Coffey Place is just over $13.3 million in total, equal to $325 per square foot or an average of $782,500 per home. We estimate that design, engineering, construction loan interest rate and other soft costs will add another $1.6 million to the price tag, for a total cost of $14.9 million, or an average of $875,000 per home. By way of comparison, the cost of building in Rodeo Place in 2008/2009 averaged $665,000 per home. The primary difference with Rodeo Place was the amount of the Town subsidy to the project, which averaged $300,000 per home, or 45% of the cost of development. By contrast, the current cash subsidy allocated in 2017 to Coffey Place - $3.3 million - averages $194,000/unit, or 22% of the total cost. While there is no doubt that there is a potential market for Coffey Place as currently priced, additional subsidy would reduce the eventual cost and increase the number and diversity of potential homebuyers. It would also bring the pricing much more in line with the existing neighborhood, especially when accounting for newer construction and finishes and enhanced parking, storage, and other amenities. I have analyzed the impact of increasing the total subsidy to Coffey Place from the existing $3.3 million to both $4.3 million (an addition of $1 million) and $4.8 million (addition of $1.5 million). I also slightly adjusted my assumptions from a mortgage interest rate of 4.5% for a 30-year mortgage to 4.25%, which is still conservative but more reflective of the rates we have been seeing for several years. The following tables illustrate the differences in the final sales price and minimum qualifying incomes for each of the three options. 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 116 of 338 116 Subsidy @ $3.3 million (current level, or $194,000/unit): Subsidy @ $4.3 million (additional $1 million, or $253,000/unit): Subsidy @ 4.8 million (additional $1.5 million, or $282,000/unit): The addition of $1.5 million in subsidy to support the Coffey Place development would bring the sale price much more in line with the prices seen in other deed-restricted housing in the community, especially when adjusting for new construction. It would also increase the diversity of purchasers, and would likely reach a greater number of our permanent, year-round workforce that wish to purchase a home in the community. The current favorable interest rate and lending environment would further open opportunities to our residents. Number built Total Cost Sale Price (proportionate) Subsidy per unit Subsidized Purchase Price down- payment needed @ 10% Mortgage Amount @ 90% Payment @ 30 yr, 4.25% Minimum Income Building Type E 6 722,936 159,733 563,203 56,320 506,882 2,752 110,085 Building Type D 3 975,506 215,539 759,967 75,997 683,970 3,714 148,545 Building Type C 2 1,138,029 251,449 886,581 88,658 797,923 4,332 173,293 Building Type B 1 832,017 183,835 648,182 64,818 583,364 3,167 126,695 Building Type A 5 921,698 203,650 718,048 71,805 646,243 3,509 140,351 Number built Total Cost Sale Price (proportionate) Subsidy per unit Subsidized Purchase Price down- payment needed @ 10% Mortgage Amount @ 90% Payment @ 30 yr, 4.25% Minimum Income Building Type E 6 722,936 207,991 514,945 51,494 463,450 2,516 100,652 Building Type D 3 975,506 280,657 694,850 69,485 625,365 3,395 135,817 Building Type C 2 1,138,029 327,415 810,614 81,061 729,553 3,961 158,444 Building Type B 1 832,017 239,374 592,643 59,264 533,379 2,896 115,839 Building Type A 5 921,698 265,176 656,522 65,652 590,870 3,208 128,325 Number built Total Cost Sale Price (proportionate) Subsidy per unit Subsidized Purchase P rice down- payment needed @ 10% Mortgage Amount @ 90% Payment @ 30 yr, 4.25% Minimum Income Building Type E 6 722,936 232,120 490,816 49,082 441,734 2,398 95,936 Building Type D 3 975,506 313,215 662,291 66,229 596,062 3,236 129,453 Building Type C 2 1,138,029 365,398 772,631 77,263 695,368 3,775 151,020 Building Type B 1 832,017 267,144 564,873 56,487 508,386 2,760 110,411 Building Type A 5 921,698 295,939 625,759 62,576 563,183 3,058 122,312 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 117 of 338 117 We have also analyzed our ability to add this subsidy to the Coffey Place financial structure, especially given the importance of maintaining and upgrading our existing rental housing stock (please see Attachment A). Working with the Financing Director and projecting future projects, we believe that there are sufficient funds in the Excise Tax Fund to add $1.5 million to the subsidy and still meet the other funding needs of our known housing projects. The attached spreadsheet illustrates the funding that could be made available from both the Excise Tax Fund and the Housing Fund over the next 5-6 years to support Coffey Place, undertake substantial needed renovations to our rental portfolio, and plan for future development projects. It should be noted that the Excise Tax Fund dollars have been very conservatively estimated, as they are dependent on private market activity. The great majority of funding will be through the Housing Fund, which is capitalized by income from our rental housing program. This is a predictable source of revenue for our future projects. We have estimated a transfer of $4 million from this fund in 2021 to fund the Mountain View and Villas North renovations and $1.2 million each year thereafter to support future Mountain View II rehabilitation. This will not, however, deplete the Housing Fund (see Attachment B), which will maintain a healthy balance throughout this period. The Excise Tax Fund (Attachment C) is also projected to maintain a strong balance into the near future. Both Funds should have sufficient resources to seed future new development opportunities. In summary, it is our opinion that $1.5 million in subsidy could be added to the Coffey Place development from the Excise Tax Fund without impacting our ability to undertake other critical housing projects. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: The Town Council adopted goals that include supporting a viable workforce and our commitment to workforce housing by exploring opportunities that best balance the character and resources of the Town, with a specific goal to create up to 200 new units of housing that serves our residents. Providing a variety of affordable housing options within the Village not only enables community members to contribute to the local economy, but it also helps to build a strong, well connected, and engaged community with a viable workforce. The Housing Department continues to actively pursue the long- standing goal of housing our full-time workforce households that want to live in the community, including developing new opportunities that provide attractive and desirable homeownership opportunities. Coffey Place will provide new homes in close proximity to local amenities and transportation and will offer the benefits of homeownership to seventeen Snowmass Village households with moderate-to-middle incomes. COUNCIL OPTIONS: N/A 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 118 of 338 118 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This is an update only. No decisions are required. ATTACHMENTS: A. Housing Projects/Purchases Funding Options - Updated 08-24-19 B. Housing Funds Available – Projection C. Excise Tax Funds Available - Projection 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 119 of 338 119 Housing Projects/Purchases Funding Options: As of 08‐24‐19Year Funds Available:Funding Options2018201920202021202220232024202520262027Excise Tax FundFunds Available 1,500,000$              450,000$        200,000$        ‐$                ‐$                ‐$                ‐$                ‐$                ‐$                ‐$                   CIP Fund Funds Available  3,296,359$              ‐$                ‐$                 Housing FundFunds Available ‐$                           400,000$        200,000$        4,000,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$     FUNDING SOURCES:            ANNUAL TOTAL4,796,359$              850,000$       400,000$       4,000,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    1,200,000$    Cummulative Balance 4,796,359$              5,646,359$    6,046,359$    10,046,359$  11,246,359$  12,446,359$  13,646,359$  14,846,359$  16,046,359$  17,246,359$  Projects/PurchasesYear(s) of funding2018201920202021202220232024202520262027Coffey Place Project2018101,828$                 2,600,000$    594,531$                   Additional Subsidy1,500,000$    Housing Land Opportunities 2019 25,000$          225,000$        Mountain View I ‐ Interior Renovations (Project) 2021 200,000$        1,400,000$      Villas North ‐ Exterior Renovations (Project)2020    120,000$        1,200,000$        Mountain View I ‐ Exterior Renovations (Project)2022‐20231,600,000$    1,600,000$    Mountain View II ‐ Interior Renovations (Project) 20271,200,000$    Mountain View II ‐ Exterior Renovations (Project) 20281,800,000$    250 Carriageway  2019 800,000$        "Tuck In" Projects ????Draw Site (Project) ????PROJECTS/PURCHASES            ANNUAL TOTAL101,828$                 4,925,000$    1,019,531$    1,520,000$    2,800,000$    1,600,000$    1,200,000$    ‐$                 1,800,000$    ‐$                Cummulative Balance101,828$                 5,026,828$    6,046,359$    7,566,359$    10,366,359$  11,966,359$  13,166,359$  13,166,359$  14,966,359$  14,966,359$  SUMMARY:            ANNUAL TOTAL4,694,531$              (4,075,000)$   (619,531)$      2,480,000$    (1,600,000)$   (400,000)$      ‐$                 1,200,000$    (600,000)$      1,200,000$    Cummulative Balance4,694,531$                   619,531$           (0)$                       2,480,000$        880,000$           480,000$           480,000$           1,680,000$        1,080,000$        2,280,000$       09-03-19 TC PacketPage 120 of 338120 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGEHOUSING DEPARTMENTBUDGET SUMMARY FUNDS ARE CONSOLIDATED FROM 2019-2024201820192019$2020$ 2021202220232024 ACTUALBUDGETPROJECTEDVARIANCEBUDGETVARIANCEPROPOSEDPROPOSEDPROPOSEDPROPOSEDBEGINNING FUNDS AVAILABLE BALANCE$2,390,384.94 $3,380,622.51 $3,380,622.51$0.00 $4,150,165.51 $769,543.00 $5,270,214.51 $2,481,485.51 $2,789,880.51 $3,035,581.51OPERATING REVENUE$2,869,601.71 $2,841,950.00 $2,927,184.00 $85,234.00 $2,941,670.00 $14,486.00 $2,989,037.00 $3,036,507.00 $3,084,084.00 $3,131,770.00OPERATING/CAPITAL EXPENDITURES($1,262,621.14) ($1,633,529.00) ($1,581,696.00) $51,833.00 ($1,514,306.00) $67,390.00 ($1,508,939.00) ($1,523,955.00) ($1,581,235.00) ($1,643,865.00) NET OPERATING REVENUE/EXPENDITURE$1,606,980.57 $1,208,421.00 $1,345,488.00 $137,067.00 $1,427,364.00 $81,876.00 $1,480,098.00 $1,512,552.00 $1,502,849.00 $1,487,905.00CAPITAL RESERVES USED($166,743.00) ($150,110.00) ($140,945.00) $9,165.00 (92,315.00)$ $48,630.00 (268,827.00)$ (4,157.00)$ (57,148.00)$ (119,886.00)$ TRANSFER OUT TO CIP-HOUSING PROJECTS ($450,000.00) ($400,000.00) ($400,000.00)$0.00$0.00 $400,000.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00TRANSFER OUT TO CIP-MVI RENOVATION DESIGN$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 ($200,000.00) ($200,000.00)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00TRANSFER OUT TO CARRIAGE WAY$0.00 ($5,000.00) ($5,000.00)$0.00TRANSFER OUT TO CIP - HOUSING PROJECTS$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00($4,000,000.00) ($1,200,000.00) ($1,200,000.00) ($1,200,000.00)SIDEWALK AND BOULDER WALL REPAIRS - MV$0.00 ($30,000.00) ($30,000.00)$0.00$0.00 $30,000.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00TREE MAINTENANCE$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 ($15,000.00) ($15,000.00)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00OTHER NET OPERATING REVENUE/EXPENDITURE ($616,743.00) ($585,110.00) ($575,945.00) $9,165.00 (307,315.00)$ $268,630.00 (4,268,827.00)$ (1,204,157.00)$ ($1,257,148.00) ($1,319,886.00)YEAR END FUNDS AVAILABLE BALANCE$3,380,622.51 $4,003,933.51 $4,150,165.51 $146,232.00 $5,270,214.51 $1,120,049.00 $2,481,485.51 $2,789,880.51 $3,035,581.51 $3,203,600.51HOUSING DEPARTMENTFUNDS AVAILABLE SUMMARY201820192019$2020$2021202220232024ACTUALBUDGETPROJECTEDVARIANCEBUDGETVARIANCEPROPOSEDPROPOSEDPROPOSEDPROPOSEDCAPITAL RESERVE FUND$851,769.00 $818,825.00 $829,823.00 $10,998.00 $849,750.00 $19,927.00 $688,877.00 $822,850.00 $896,049.00 $920,104.45EMERGENCY/CONTINGENCY FUND$459,136.27 $454,712.00 $468,349.44 $13,637.44 $470,667.20$2,317.76 $478,245.92 $485,841.12 $493,453.44 $501,083.20FUNDS AVAILABLE$2,069,717.24 $2,730,396.51 $2,851,993.07 $121,596.56 $3,949,797.31 $1,097,804.24 $1,314,362.59 $1,481,189.39 $1,646,079.07 $1,782,412.86 ENDING FUNDS AVAILABLE$3,380,622.51 $4,003,933.51 $4,150,165.51 $146,232.00 $5,270,214.51 $1,120,049.00 $2,481,485.51 $2,789,880.51 $3,035,581.51 $3,203,600.51 HOUSING DEPARTMENT FUNDING FOR CAPITAL RESERVE 2018 2019 2019 $ 2020 $ 2021 2022 2023 2024ACTUALBUDGETPROJECTEDVARIANCEBUDGETVARIANCEPROPOSEDPROPOSEDPROPOSEDPROPOSED NET OPERATING REVENUE/EXPENDITURE$1,606,980.57 $1,208,421.00 $1,345,488.00 $137,067.00 $1,427,364.00 $81,876.00 $1,480,098.00 $1,512,552.00 $1,502,849.00 $1,487,905.00CAPITAL RESERVE CONTRIBUTION($57,449.00) ($117,166.00) ($118,999.00) ($1,833.00) (112,242.00)$ $6,757.00 (85,074.00)$ (138,130.00)$ (130,347.00)$ (123,941.45)$ NET OPERATING BALANCE$1,549,531.57 $1,091,255.00 $1,226,489.00 $135,234.00 $1,315,122.00 $88,633.00 $1,395,024.00 $1,374,422.00 $1,372,502.00 $1,363,963.55 2018 ACTUAL IS FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY (Housing, MV & MVII)09-03-19 TC PacketPage 121 of 338121 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE EXCISE TAX FUND BUDGET SUMMARY 2018 2019 2019 $2020 $2021 2022 2023 2024 DESCRIPTION Actual Budget Projected VARIANCE Budget VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING FUND BALANCE $1,341,568.25 $1,981,545.56 $1,981,545.56 $0.00 $319,818.56 ($1,661,727.00)$194,387.56 $469,432.56 $744,946.56 $1,020,921.56 REVENUES $666,345.50 $304,640.00 $326,053.00 $21,413.00 $317,899.00 ($8,154.00)$319,232.00 $320,604.00 $322,018.00 $273,474.00 CORE Grant $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Other $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 EXPENDITURES ($26,368.19)($37,780.00)($37,780.00)$0.00 ($43,330.00)$5,550.00 ($44,187.00)($45,090.00)($46,043.00)($47,050.00) TOTAL REVENUES $666,345.50 $304,640.00 $326,053.00 $21,413.00 $317,899.00 ($8,154.00)$319,232.00 $320,604.00 $322,018.00 $273,474.00 TOTAL EXPENDITURES ($26,368.19)($37,780.00)($37,780.00)$0.00 ($43,330.00)$5,550.00 ($44,187.00)($45,090.00)($46,043.00)($47,050.00) Net Operating Rev's/Exp $639,977.31 $266,860.00 $288,273.00 $21,413.00 $274,569.00 ($2,604.00)$275,045.00 $275,514.00 $275,975.00 $226,424.00 Hsg Renvtn-Phase I $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Hsg Renvtn-Phase II Pln/Dsgn $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Rodeo Place Homes-Phase 2 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfer out-CIP (Exterior Renovations)$0.00 ($450,000.00)($450,000.00)$0.00 ($400,000.00)($50,000.00)$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfer out-CIP (Coffey Place)$0.00 $0.00 ($1,500,000.00)($1,500,000.00)$0.00 ($1,500,000.00)$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 ENDING FUND BALANCE $1,981,545.56 $1,798,405.56 $319,818.56 ($1,478,587.00)$194,387.56 ($125,431.00)$469,432.56 $744,946.56 $1,020,921.56 $1,247,345.56 2018 2019 2019 $2020 $2021 2022 2023 2024 FUND BALANCE-DESIGNATIONS/RESERVES Actual Budget Projected VARIANCE Budget VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED Unrestricted Funds from Sales $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Reserve for 2016 Expenditures in 2017 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 FUNDS AVAILABLE $1,981,545.56 $1,798,405.56 $319,818.56 ($1,478,587.00)$194,387.56 ($125,431.00)$469,432.56 $744,946.56 $1,020,921.56 $1,247,345.56 TOTAL FUND BALANCE $1,981,545.56 $1,798,405.56 $319,818.56 ($1,478,587.00)$194,387.56 ($125,431.00)$469,432.56 $744,946.56 $1,020,921.56 $1,247,345.56 122 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: September 3, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Presentation of the 2019 Community Survey Results PRESENTED BY: Jason Morado, ETC Institute Travis Elliott, Assistant Town Manager BACKGROUND: The results from the 2019 Community Survey are in. Jason Morado, with the ETC Institute, will be at the Town Council meeting to present the results to the Town Council and answer any questions. The complete report of results is also attached (attachment A) for your review. Overall, the results from the survey are extremely positive. The vast majority of respondents indicated that they were “very satisfied” or “satisfied” with the universal community indicators that were asked in the survey: • Overall quality of services provided by the Town – 81% positive (up 6% from 2017) • Quality of life in Snowmass Village – 88% positive • Overall feeling of safety in Snowmass Village – 96% positive 82% of all respondents also indicated they believe that the “sense of community” in Snowmass Village is improving or staying the same. When compared to other municipalities across the country, the Town of Snowmass Village rated even or above the U.S. average in all 19 areas that were assessed. Details on these comparisons are available in the benchmarking section of the attached report. Upon the finalization of this report, the Town Manager’s Office will begin distributing the results to the organization, congratulating staff for the positive scores, and assessing opportunities for improvement. 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 122 of 338 123 FINANCIAL IMPACT: The Town estimates that the total cost to execute, advertise, and analyze the 2019 Community Survey will be $17,500. This is included in the 2019 budget. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: The 2019 Community Survey directly relates to the Town Council’s goal of increasing and strengthening Community Engagement. COUNCIL OPTIONS: No formal action is required of the Town Council at this time. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: No action is necessary. ATTACHMENTS: A. 2019 Community Survey Report of Results B. Appendix of Open-Ended Comments 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 123 of 338 124     …helping organizations make better decisions since 1982  Submitted to the Town of Snowmass Village ETC Institute  725 W. Frontier Lane,  Olathe, Kansas   66061  August 2019 Town of Snowmass  Village Community  Survey   Findings Report 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 124 of 338 125       Contents      Executive Summary ....................................................................... i  Section 1: Charts and Graphs ....................................................... 1  Section 2: Benchmarking Summary ............................................ 42  Section 3: Trend Data ................................................................. 50  Section 4: Tabular Data .............................................................. 77    09-03-19 TC Packet Page 125 of 338 126 Executive Summary Report 2019 Town of Snowmass Village   Community Survey Executive Summary  Purpose and Methodology  ETC Institute administered a survey to respondents of the Town of Snowmass Village during the  summer of 2019. The purpose of the survey was to help the Town of Snowmass Village assess  community needs and priorities, as well as evaluate trends on levels of satisfaction with Town  Services.   On May 31st the Town included a pre‐notification and story about the survey in their monthly  newsletter that was sent to 3,715 subscribers. Following the pre‐notification, the Town of  Snowmass Village emailed a link to the survey on June 30th, which was successfully delivered to  3,719 subscribers. A reminder email was sent on July 11th. The Town made the survey available on  their website, www.TOSV.com and created multiple social media posts targeted to reach  individuals within a 50 mile radius of Snowmass Village.    In addition to email and online outreach efforts, the Town of Snowmass Village sent a postcard  mailer with a link to the survey to every resident and business in Snowmass Village with a PO Box. A  total of 1,759 mailers were delivered. The survey was also advertised with traditional mediums,  such as the newspapers, on www.SnowmassSun.com, and local radio stations.   A minimum of 600 completed surveys was targeted to provide statistically significant results for the  Town to use. That target was exceeded with a total of 676 completed surveys collected. The overall  results for the sample of 676 surveys has a precision of at least +/‐3.8% at the 95% level of  confidence. The town values feedback from a wide array of community members, and the Town’s  Community Survey was made available to any individual that directly receives or experiences Town  services. This includes all residents, part‐time residents, employees, and guests of Snowmass  Village.   The percentage of “don’t know” responses has been excluded from many of the graphs shown in  this report to facilitate valid comparisons of the results from the Town of Snowmass Village with  the results from other communities in ETC Institute’s DirectionFinder® database. Since the number  of “don’t know” responses often reflects the utilization and awareness of Town services, the  percentage of “don’t know” responses has been provided in the tabular data section of this report.  When the “don’t know” responses have been excluded, the text of this report will indicate that the  responses have been excluded with the phrase “who had an opinion”.   This report contains:  An executive summary of the methodology for administering the survey and major findings, Charts showing the overall results for most questions on the survey, Benchmarking data that shows how the results for the Town of Snowmass Village compare to other communities, 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page i09-03-19 TC Packet Page 126 of 338 127 Executive Summary Report Trend data that shows how the 2019 results compare to 2017, 2015, and 2013 results, Tables that show the results for each question on the survey, and A copy of the survey instrument. Major Findings  The Town of Snowmass Village continues to significantly outperform the U.S., regional, and  similarly sized community averages when it comes to the major categories of service, public works,  police services, and parks and recreation. The Town saw a significant increase in the number of  respondents who indicated they are satisfied with the overall value they receive for their taxes and  fees (+5.3% since 2017). Town Administrators saw a significant increase in satisfaction with four of  the five areas that were assessed. Snow removal, overall street maintenance, and solid waste and  recycling services, condition of park facilities and fields, and the connectivity and effectiveness of  the trail network all performed significantly above the U.S., regional, and similarly sized community  averages. Community leaders should continue to be proud of the exceptional level of service they  are providing in the Town of Snowmass Village. Despite the relatively minor increases in  satisfaction when comparing the 2019 and 2017 survey results, the Town of Snowmass Village  continues to deliver exceptional services to residents, employees, and tourists.   Overall Perceptions of the Town  Eighty‐one percent (81%) of the respondents surveyed, who had an opinion, indicated they were  “very satisfied” or “satisfied” with the overall quality of services provided by the Town. Ninety‐six  percent (96%) of those surveyed, who had an opinion, indicated they were “very satisfied” or  “satisfied” with the overall feeling of safety in the town, and 88% of respondents surveyed, who  had an opinion, indicated they were “very satisfied” or “satisfied” with the overall quality of life in  the Town. Thirty‐six percent (36%) of respondents, who had an opinion, indicated they believe the  sense of community in Snowmass Village is improving, 46% believe it is staying the same, and only  18% believe it is getting worse.   Satisfaction with Town Services   Town Rental Housing. Based upon the combined percentage of “very satisfied” and “satisfied” responses among respondents who had an opinion 69% were satisfied with the quality of Town rental housing and 62% were satisfied with the level of service and unit upkeep. Town Administration and Leadership The highest levels of satisfaction with Town administration and leadership, based upon the combined percentage of “very satisfied” and “satisfied” responses among respondents who had an opinion, were: the overall quality of service provided by the Town Clerk’s Department (71%), the availability of Town personnel to address needs (70%), and the overall quality of service provided by the Town Manager’s Office (61%). 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page ii09-03-19 TC Packet Page 127 of 338 128 Executive Summary Report Community Development. Twelve percent (12%) of respondents indicated they have utilized Community Development services within the past 12 months. The highest levels of satisfaction with Community Development services, based upon the combined percentage of “very satisfied” and “satisfied” responses among respondents who had an opinion and have utilized Community Development services within the past 12 months, were: the courtesy of staff (78%), the adequacy of staffing in the department (69%), and the fairness of staff (67%). Based on their experience, 42% of respondents indicated that the process of working with the Community Development Department in Snowmass Village is “better” than other jurisdictions, 14% said it was the same, 21% said it was worse, and 23% did not have an opinion. Public Works. The highest levels of satisfaction with public works services, based upon the combined percentage of “very satisfied” and “satisfied” responses among respondents who had an opinion, were: snow removal (91%), overall street maintenance (88%), and solid waste and recycling service (78%). Forty‐six percent (46%) of respondents, who had an opinion, indicated they would be willing to incur higher solid waste rates for the addition of composting services and bins. Police Department. The highest levels of satisfaction with Police services, based upon the combined percentage of “very satisfied” and “satisfied” responses among respondents who had an opinion, were: the friendliness and approachability of personnel (92%) trustworthiness of personnel (91%), and how quickly personnel respond to emergencies (91%). Respondents were asked to indicate, based on their own experience, if they feel the current levels of Police presence in five situations is “too low”, “too high”, or “just right”. Most respondents indicated that the current levels of Police presence in all five situations is “just right”. Transportation. Respondents were asked to indicate if they would utilize three different programs and/or transportation alternatives to driving if they were offered in Snowmass Village. Dedicated bike lanes (46%) was the only item that received a significant level of support. Twenty‐five percent (25%) or less of respondents indicated they would utilize a bike share program or car share program. Seventy‐six percent (76%) of respondents indicated they currently ride the Village Shuttle. The highest levels of satisfaction with the Village Shuttle services, based upon the combined percentage of “very satisfied” and “satisfied” responses among respondents who had an opinion and ride the Village Shuttle, were: the sense of safety (97%), the comfort and cleanliness of shuttles (94%), the timeliness/punctuality of service (92%), and the courtesy and helpfulness of the shuttle driver (91%). Parking and Parking Management. Sixty‐two percent (62%) of respondents who had an opinion were either “very satisfied” or “satisfied” with the availability of parking in the summer, 51% were satisfied with parking permit fees, 44% were 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page iii09-03-19 TC Packet Page 128 of 338 129 Executive Summary Report satisfied with the availability of parking in the winter, and 43% were satisfied with  the availability of parking information.   Tourism. The highest levels of satisfaction with tourism services, based upon the combined percentage of “very satisfied” and “satisfied” responses among respondents who had an opinion, were: the appeal of special events offered (74%) and the appeal of special events offered in winter (66%). Sixty‐two percent (62%) of respondents who had an opinion indicated they feel the current amount of special events hosted in Snowmass Village during the summer is “just right”, 15% think it is “too much”, and 23% think it is “not enough”. Sixty‐six percent (62%) of respondents who had an opinion indicated they feel the current amount of special events hosted in Snowmass Village during the winter is “just right”, 6% think it is “too much”, and 29% think it is “not enough”. Parks, Recreation, and Trails. The highest levels of satisfaction with the parks and recreation system, based upon the combined percentage of “very satisfied” and “satisfied” responses among respondents who had an opinion, were: the condition of park facilities and fields (88%), the connectivity and effectiveness of the trail network (81%), and the overall enforcement of seasonal trail closures (80%). Communication and Outreach  Respondents were asked to indicate how informed they feel they are on current issues facing the  Town on a 10‐point scale where 10 means they feel “extremely informed” and 1 means they feel  “not at all informed”. Most respondents (66%) gave a rating between 9 and 6, and only 4% of  respondents indicated they feel they are “not at all informed” (1). Most respondents indicated that  they currently access government news and information from newspaper articles which is the same  source respondents indicate would be best to receive information about tourism events, local  offerings, and activities. The Town website, Town e‐newsletters/alerts, and word of mouth were  the other most common sources of information according to respondents.   Intersections and Traffic Calming  Respondents were asked to indicate their level of satisfaction with six different intersections while  riding in an automobile and while walking or biking. The two intersections that received the highest  levels of “dissatisfied” and “very dissatisfied” responses, among residents who had an opinion,  were: Wood Road and Carriage Way, and Brush Creek Road and Owl Creek Road. Respondents  were then asked to indicate which traffic calming measures currently used in Snowmass Village do  they find acceptable for improving overall traffic flow and safety. Acceleration/de‐acceleration  lanes and reduced speed limits received the highest level of “not acceptable” responses. However,  none of the eight options listed received less than 63% of respondents who indicated that the  measure was acceptable.   2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page iv09-03-19 TC Packet Page 129 of 338 130 Executive Summary Report How the Town of Snowmass Village Compares to Other Communities Nationally  Satisfaction ratings for The Town of Snowmass Village rated above the U.S. average in 18 of the  19 areas that were assessed. The Town of Snowmass Village rated significantly higher than the  U.S. average (difference of 5% or more) in 18 of these areas.   Service TOSV US Difference Category Overall  street maintenance 88%48% 40% Public Works Department's efforts to prevent crime 89%55% 34% Police  Services Overall quality of services provided by Town 81%48% 33% Overall Enforcement of parking restrictions 75%43% 32% Police  Services Snow removal 90%60% 30% Public Works Overall feeling of safety 96%66% 30% Overall How quickly personnel respond to emergencies 91%62% 29% Police  Services Condition of park facilities & fields 87%62% 26% Parks  and Recreation Overall value that you re ceive  for your tax & fees 63%37% 26% Overall Overall quality of police services 91%68% 23% Police  Services Connectivity & effectiveness of trail  network 81%58% 23% Parks  and Recreation Animal services 76%55% 21% Police  Services Overall quality of life 88%72% 16% Overall Enforcement of local traffic laws 81%65% 16% Police  Services Overall quality of representation you receive from Town Council 43%31% 12% Overall Courtesy of staff 78%70% 8% Customer Service Overall  image of Town 69%61% 8% Overall Solid waste & recycling services 77%72% 6% Public Works Timeliness & efficiency 57%57% 0% Customer  Service How the Town of Snowmass Village Compares to Other Small Communities  Satisfaction ratings for The Town of Snowmass Village rated above the small community average  all 19 areas that were assessed. The Town of Snowmass Village rated significantly higher than the  small community average (difference of 5% or more) in 18 of these areas.   Service TOSV Small  Communities Difference Category Overall street maintenance 88%50% 39% Public Works Overall quality of services provided by Town 81%44% 38% Overall Snow removal 90%56% 34% Public Works Department's efforts to prevent crime 89%57% 33% Police  Services How  quickly personnel  respond to emergencies 91%59% 32% Police  Services Overall value that you receive  for your tax & fees 63%33% 29% Overall Overall feeling of safety 96%67% 29% Overall Enforcement of parking restrictions 75%48%27% Police  Services Condition of park facilities & fields 87%62% 26% Parks and Recreation Connectivity & effectiveness of trail network 81%57% 24% Parks and Recreation Overall quality of life 88%67% 21% Overall Overall quality of police services 91%71% 20% Police  Services Animal services 76%56% 20% Police  Services Courtesy of staff 78%64% 14% Customer Service Enforcement of local traffic laws 81%66% 14% Police  Services Overall image of Town 69%57% 12% Overall Overall quality of re presentation you re ceive  from Town  Council 43%33% 10% Overall Solid waste & recycling services 77%71% 7% Public Works Timeliness & efficiency 57%55% 2% Customer Service 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page v09-03-19 TC Packet Page 130 of 338 131 Executive Summary Report How the Town of Snowmass Village Compares to Other Communities Regionally  Satisfaction ratings for The Town of Snowmass Village rated above the Mountain Regional  average in 17 of the 19 areas that were assessed. The Town of Snowmass Village rated  significantly higher than the Mountain Regional average (difference of 5% or more) in 17 of these  areas.   Service TOSV Mountain  Region Difference Category Overall  street maintenance 88%45% 43% Public Works Snow removal 90%47% 43% Public Works Department's efforts to prevent crime 89%56% 33% Police  Services Condition of park facilities & fields 87%56% 31% Parks  and Recreation How quickly personnel respond to emergencies 91%61% 30% Police  Services Enforcement of parking restrictions 75%46% 29% Police  Services Overall quality of services provided by Town 81%54% 27% Overall Overall feeling of safety 96%69% 27% Overall Overall  value that you receive  for your tax & fees 63%40% 23% Overall Connectivity & effectiveness of trail  network 81%58% 22% Parks  and Recreation Overall quality of police services 91%72% 19% Police  Services Animal services 76%58% 18% Police  Services Enforcement of local traffic laws 81%63% 17% Police  Services Overall quality of life 88%75% 13% Overall Courtesy of staff 78%67% 11% Customer Service Solid waste & recycling services 77%71% 6% Public Works Ove rall  image of Town 69%63% 6% Overall Overall quality of representation you receive  from Town Council 43%43% 0% Overall Timeliness & efficiency 57%60%‐3% Customer Service Town Council Strategic Goals  Respondents were asked to indicate how important six Town Council Strategic Goals are when  planning the Town’s future. The most important goals, based upon the combined percentage of  “extremely important” and “very important” responses among respondents who had an opinion,  were: working regionally with local partners to solve significant issues (e.g. transit, housing, etc.),  maintaining and increasing public safety, parking, and transit by enhancing connectivity, and  improving the Town’s resiliency and environmental sustainability. The least important item was  increasing the amount of community spaces to create more community focused interaction. Only  22% of respondents indicated there were issues not included in the Town Council’s Strategic Goals  list that they feel should be a top priority.    Trends  ETC Institute used previous survey data from 2017, 2015, and 2013 to compare the Town of  Snowmass Village’s 2019 results. Comparisons to past results help community leaders gauge  progress and plan for future improvements. The tables on the following pages highlight the notable  trends in survey results between 2019, 2017, 2015, and 2013.    2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page vi09-03-19 TC Packet Page 131 of 338 132 Executive Summary Report 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page vii Long‐Term Trends, 2019‐2013 results:   The Town saw a significant increase in satisfaction in five of the 20 areas that were comparable  between the 2019 and 2013 surveys. There were three significant decreases in overall satisfaction  in this same time period.   Long‐Term Increases  Service 2019 2013 Difference Category How  quickly personnel respond to emergencies 91% 83%8% Police Services Quality of housing 69% 62%7% Town  Rental  Housing Department's efforts to prevent crime 89% 82%7% Police Services Overall  quality of service provided by Town Clerk's Department 71% 64%7% Village Administration Availability of Town personnel to address your needs 70% 65%5% Village Administration Trends 2019‐2013 Long‐Term Decreases  Service 2019 2013 Difference Category Level  of service & unit upkeep 62% 67%‐5% Town  Rental  Housing Providing clear expectations of the process 58% 63%‐5% Community Development Department Timeliness & efficiency 57% 65%‐8% Community Development Department Trends 2019‐2013 Mid‐Term Trends, 2019‐2015 results:   The Town saw a significant increase in satisfaction in six of the 32 areas that were comparable  between the 2019 and 2015 surveys. There were five areas that saw a significant decrease in  overall satisfaction.  Mid‐Term Increases  Service 2019 2015 Difference Category How quickly personnel respond to emergencies 91% 83%8% Police  Services Overall quality of services provided by Town 81% 75%6% Overall  Services Department's efforts to prevent crime 89% 85%4% Police  Services Trustworthiness 91% 87%4% Police  Services Overall value that you receive  for your tax & fees 63% 59%4% Overall  Services Availability of/access to public records 53% 49%4% Village  Administration Trends 2019‐2015  Mid‐Term Decreases  Service 2019 2015 Difference Category Animal services 76% 80%‐4% Police  Services Availability of information on solid waste & recycling services 58% 63%‐5% Public Works Timeliness & efficiency 57% 65%‐8% Community Development Department Providing clear expectations of the process 58% 68%‐10% Community Development Department Level  of service provided for rates/fees paid for solid waste & recycling services 56% 68%‐12% Public Works Trends 2019‐2015  09-03-19 TC Packet Page 132 of 338 133 Executive Summary Report 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page viii Short‐Term Trends, 2019‐2017 results:   The Town saw a significant increase in satisfaction in 11 of the 54 areas that were comparable  between the 2019 and 2017 surveys. There were 13 areas that saw a significant decrease in overall  satisfaction.  Short‐Term Increases  Service 2019 2017 Difference Category Quality of housing 69% 53%16% Town  Rental  Housing Level of service & unit upkeep 62% 49%13% Town  Rental  Housing Adequacy of staffing in the department 69% 59%9% Community  Development Department Parking permit fees 51% 44%8% Parking Services Availability of Town personnel to address your needs 70% 63%7% Village Administration Overall quality of service provided by Town Clerk's Department 71% 65%6% Village Administration Overall quality of services provided by Town 81% 76%6% Overall  Services Overall value that you receive  for your tax & fees 63% 57%5% Overall  Services Overall quality of service provided by Town Manager's Office 61% 56%5% Village Administration Ease  & efficiency of license application processes 52% 48%4% Village Administration Availability of/access to public records 53% 49%4% Village Administration Trends 2019‐2017  Short‐Term Decreases  Service 2019 2017 Difference Category Group sales & lodge bookings generated for Snowmass properties 51% 54%‐4% Special  Events Promotion of Snowmass Village through marketing, advertising, public relations, et 60% 64%‐4% Special  Events Information on website 77% 81%‐4% Village Shuttle Services Availability of parking information 43% 47%‐5% Parking  Services Adequacy of information on how to properly dispose of solid waste 57% 62%‐5% Public Works Solid waste & recycling services 77% 82%‐5% Public Works Guest service centers at Town Park Station & Snowmass Mall 59% 65%‐6% Special  Events Timeliness & efficiency 57% 63%‐6% Community Development Department Availability of information on solid waste & recycling services 58% 64%‐6% Public Works Availability of parking in summer 62% 69%‐7% Parking Services Fairness of staff 67% 76%‐9% Community Development Department Level of service provided for rates/fees paid for solid waste & recycling services 56% 65%‐9% Public Works Providing clear expectations of the process 58% 68%‐10% Community  Development Department Trends 2019‐2017  09-03-19 TC Packet Page 133 of 338 134                 Section 1  Charts and Graphs                       Page 109-03-19 TC Packet Page 134 of 338 135 Q1. Which of the following best describes you? by percentage of respondents 3% 52% 32%12% 2% Guest of Snowmass Village (non-resident) Year-round resident (10+ months per year) Part-time resident of Snowmass Village Roaring Fork Valley resident (outside of Snowmass Village) Other Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 209-03-19 TC Packet Page 135 of 338 136 Q1a. Are you an employee within Snowmass Village? by percentage of respondents 36% 64% Yes No Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 309-03-19 TC Packet Page 136 of 338 137 Q1b. Are you a business owner/operator within Snowmass Village? by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) 15% 85% Yes No Page 409-03-19 TC Packet Page 137 of 338 138 Q2. Overall, do you feel that the sense of community in Snowmass Village is: by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) 36% 18% 46% Improving Getting worse Staying the same Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 509-03-19 TC Packet Page 138 of 338 139 66% 42% 23% 18% 17% 11% 30% 46% 58% 51% 45% 33% 2% 8% 15% 17% 25% 39% 2% 4% 3% 14% 13% 18% Overall feeling of safety Overall quality of life Overall quality of services provided by Town Overall image of Town Overall value that you receive for your tax & fees Overall quality of representation you receive from 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Q3. Overall satisfaction with various aspects of Town government and the Snowmass Village Community by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Town Council Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 609-03-19 TC Packet Page 139 of 338 140 Q4. Do you own or rent your residence? by percentage of respondents (Without "Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 61% 16% 0%8% 10% 4% Own free-market unit Own deed-restricted unit Own a “fractional” unit Rent free-market unit Rent Town-owned unit Other Page 709-03-19 TC Packet Page 140 of 338 141 Source: ETC Institute (2019) 19% 17% 10% 4% 4% 5% 29% 24% 18% 11% 7% 4% 27% 28% 29% 36% 25% 27% 26% 31% 43% 49% 64% 64% Lease housing for your employees Construct units for employees Subsidize employee rents Provide down payments for employees Contribute to employee damage deposits Subsidize employee mortgage payments 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Willing Willing Neutral Unwilling/Very Unwilling Page 8 Q6. Willingness to Assist with the Following Provisions of Affordable/Employee Housing by percentage of respondents who are business owners only (Excluding "Don’t Know”) 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 141 of 338 142 Page 9 Q7. Importance of Building the Following Types of Affordable Housing by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 26% 26% 25% 26% 20% 24% 23% 22% 18% 16% 26% 24% 28% 22% 24% 25% 27% 25% 33% 40% Deed restricted townhomes/duplexes Multi-family/apartment rental units Deed restricted condominiums Single family deed restricted homes Senior housing 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Extremely Important Very Important Important Less Important/Not Important 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 142 of 338 143 Q8. Overall satisfaction with items regarding Town rental housing by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 23% 24% 47% 38% 19% 18% 11% 21% Quality of housing Level of service & unit upkeep 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 1009-03-19 TC Packet Page 143 of 338 144 Q10. Overall satisfaction with the following functions of the Town of Snowmass Village administration by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) Overall quality of service provided by Town Manager's Office Ease & efficiency of license application processes (business or liquor licenses) Overall quality of service provided by Town Clerk's Department Availability of Town personnel to address your needs 23% 21% 17% 15% 13% 48% 49% 44% 37% 39% 28% 24% 32% 44% 41% 1% 6% 7% 3% 8% Availability of/access to public records 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 1109-03-19 TC Packet Page 144 of 338 145 Q12. Overall importance of the following Town Council Strategic Goals when planning the Town's future by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) sustainability Create more opportunities for effective communication and community engagement Increasing amount of affordable housing in the Village Working regionally with local partners to solve significant issues (e.g. transit, housing, etc.) Maintain & increase public safety for pedestrians, bike riders, & transit users by enhancing our connectivity Increasing amount of community spaces (i.e. library, plaza, etc.) to create more community focused interaction 32% 18% 30% 33% 31% 22% 37% 34% 34% 29% 27% 27% 26% 41% 28% 26% 23% 29% 5% 7% 9% 12% 19% 22% Improve Town's resiliency & environmental 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Extremely Important Very Important Important Less Important/Not Important Page 1209-03-19 TC Packet Page 145 of 338 146 Q13. Are there any issues not included in the Town Council’s Strategic Goals listed above that you feel should be one of the Town's top priorities? by percentage of respondents (Without “Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 22% 78% Yes No Page 1309-03-19 TC Packet Page 146 of 338 147 Q15. Have you utilized Community Development Department services (building & planning) within the past 12 months? by percentage of respondents (Without “Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 12% 88% Yes No Page 1409-03-19 TC Packet Page 147 of 338 148 Q15a. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of the Community Development Department by percentage of respondents who answered "Yes" to Q15 (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 38% 23% 34% 24% 24% 26% 27% 40% 46% 33% 40% 37% 32% 30% 16% 23% 14% 22% 24% 21% 23% 6% 9% 19% 13% 15% 22% 20% Courtesy of staff Adequacy of staffing in the department Fairness of staff Electronic permit application process Amount of information required in applications Providing clear expectations of the process Timeliness & efficiency 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 1509-03-19 TC Packet Page 148 of 338 149 Q15b. Based on your experience with the Community Development Department, how does the process of working with the Department in Snowmass Village compare to other Jurisdictions? by percentage of respondents who answered "Yes" to Q15 Source: ETC Institute (2019) 42% 14% 21% 23% Better Same Worse Don’t know/no opinion Page 1609-03-19 TC Packet Page 149 of 338 150 Q16. What do you think of the current amount of art on display in public places within Snowmass Village by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) 10% 42% 30% 17% Too much Just right Not enough Don’t know Page 1709-03-19 TC Packet Page 150 of 338 151 Q18. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of Public Works services in the Town of Snowmass Village by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Availability of information on solid waste & recycling services Adequacy of information on how to properly dispose of solid waste Level of service provided for rates/fees paid for solid waste and recycling services Source: ETC Institute (2019) 41% 31% 31% 21% 19% 18% 50% 57% 47% 38% 38% 38% 6% 9% 14% 28% 29% 32% 4% 3% 9% 14% 14% 12% Snow removal Overall street maintenance Solid waste & recycling services 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 1809-03-19 TC Packet Page 151 of 338 152 Q19. The Town is exploring composting options for residents. Would you be willing to incur higher solid waste rates for the addition of TOSV composting services and bins? by percentage of respondents (Without "Not Provided") Source: ETC Institute (2019) 46% 54% Yes No Page 1909-03-19 TC Packet Page 152 of 338 153 by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Q20. When driving or riding in an automobile, please rate your satisfaction with the following intersections Source: ETC Institute (2019) 37% 25% 14% 14% 13% 11% 44% 56% 55% 54% 36% 29% 12% 17% 24% 21% 20% 22% 7% 3% 7% 11% 31% 38% Brush Creek & Wood Rd. (new roundabout) Brush Creek Rd. at Town Park Station/Rodeo Brush Creek & Sinclair Rd. Brush Creek & Faraway Rd. Brush Creek Rd. & Owl Creek Rd. (single stop sign) Wood Rd. & Carriage Way (mini roundabout) 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 2009-03-19 TC Packet Page 153 of 338 154 by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Q21. When walking or biking, please rate your satisfaction with the following intersections Source: ETC Institute (2019) 20% 26% 11% 10% 12% 10% 55% 45% 44% 42% 36% 30% 20% 18% 31% 30% 25% 24% 5% 11% 14% 18% 27% 36% Brush Creek Rd. at Town Park Station/Rodeo Brush Creek & Wood Rd. (new roundabout) Brush Creek & Sinclair Rd. Brush Creek & Faraway Rd. Wood Rd. & Carriage Way (mini roundabout) Brush Creek Rd. & Owl Creek Rd. (single stop sign) 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 2109-03-19 TC Packet Page 154 of 338 155 87% 81% 80% 78% 75% 75% 67% 63% 3% 9% 9% 7% 9% 9% 15% 12% 10% 10% 11% 15% 15% 16% 18% 25% Crosswalks Roundabout(s) Stop sign(s) Pedestrian islands/landscaped medians Yield sign(s) Reduced speed limits Acceleration/de-acceleration lanes 0%20%40%60%80%100% Acceptable Don't know Not acceptable Q22. Which traffic calming measures currently used in Snowmass Village do you find acceptable for improving overall traffic flow and safety? by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) Pedestrian activated rapid flashing beacons at crosswalks Page 2209-03-19 TC Packet Page 155 of 338 156 by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) Q23. Level of support for the Town constructing sidewalks/pedestrian walkways at the following locations 42% 41% 38% 38% 31% 32% 31% 30% 19% 17% 22% 21% 8% 10% 9% 11% Brush Creek Rd.-Mountain View to Snowmass Mall Brush Creek Rd.-Owl Creek Rd. to Faraway Rd. Brush Creek Rd.-Wood Rd. to Mountain View Brush Creek Rd.-Faraway Rd. to Wood Rd. 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Strongly Support Support Neutral Oppose/Stronlgy Oppose Page 2309-03-19 TC Packet Page 156 of 338 157 Q25. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of Police services in the Town of Snowmass Village by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 61% 58% 57% 56% 51% 40% 46% 34% 31% 33% 34% 34% 38% 41% 30% 41% 7% 7% 9% 9% 9% 13% 17% 20% 2% 1% 0% 1% 1% 6% 7% 6% Friendliness & approachability Trustworthiness How quickly personnel respond to emergencies Overall quality of police services Department's efforts to prevent crime Enforcement of local traffic laws Animal services Enforcement of parking restrictions 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 2409-03-19 TC Packet Page 157 of 338 158 Q26. Based on experience please rate the current levels of Police presence in the following situations by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 4% 2% 3% 9% 2% 92% 89% 89% 83% 83% 4% 9% 8% 9% 15% Presence at special events Retail/business patrol Liquor-serving establishments Traffic patrol Residential patrol 0%20%40%60%80%100% Too Much Just Right Not Enough Page 2509-03-19 TC Packet Page 158 of 338 159 Q28. Would you utilize any of the following programs and/or transportation alternatives to driving your own vehicle if they were offered in Snowmass Village? by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) 46% 25% 17% Dedicated bike lanes Bike share program (e.g. We-Cycle) Car share program (e.g. Car To Go) 0%20%40%60%80%100% Page 2609-03-19 TC Packet Page 159 of 338 160 Q29. Do you ride the Village Shuttle? by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) 76% 24% Yes No Page 2709-03-19 TC Packet Page 160 of 338 161 Q29a. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of Village Shuttle services in the Town of Snowmass Village by percentage of respondents who answered "Yes" to Q23 (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 56% 57% 51% 54% 43% 32% 35% 34% 32% 28% 41% 37% 41% 37% 45% 49% 42% 42% 41% 44% 3% 5% 6% 6% 6% 11% 19% 20% 21% 20% 1% 1% 2% 2% 6% 8% 4% 4% 6% 8% Sense of safety Comfort & cleanliness of shuttles Timely/punctual service Shuttle driver courtesy/helpfulness Ease of access/location of stops & routes Service hours & frequency Information on website Information in brochures & handouts Information on map apps Information at bus stops 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 2809-03-19 TC Packet Page 161 of 338 162 Q30. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of Parking and Parking Management in the Town of Snowmass Village by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 16% 13% 10% 10% 46% 38% 34% 33% 21% 31% 24% 42% 17% 18% 32% 16% Availability of parking in summer Parking permit fees Availability of parking in winter Availability of parking information 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 2909-03-19 TC Packet Page 162 of 338 163 Q32. Overall satisfaction with the following functions of the Tourism Department, and the overall value the community receives for their services by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Group sales & lodge bookings generated for Snowmass properties Guest services at Town Park Station & Ice Age Discovery Center Promotion of Snowmass Village through marketing, advertising, public relations, etc. Source: ETC Institute (2019) 23% 15% 15% 17% 15% 51% 51% 44% 42% 35% 16% 23% 27% 33% 37% 10% 10% 13% 8% 13% Appeal of special events offered in summer Appeal of special events offered in winter 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 3009-03-19 TC Packet Page 163 of 338 164 Q33. Do you feel the current amount of special events hosted in Snowmass Village is... by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 15% 6% 62% 66% 23% 29% Number of special events offered in summer Number of special events offered in winter 0%20%40%60%80% 100% Too Much Just Right Not Enough Page 3109-03-19 TC Packet Page 164 of 338 165 Q34. What is the best way for you to receive information about Tourism events, local offerings, and activities? by percentage of respondents 52% 44% 43% 31% 30% 21% 13% 9% 9% 5% 5% 4% 1% 3% Newspapers E-blasts (emails) Main tourism website (gosnowmass.com) Social media Main town website (tosv.com) Posters/flyers Radio Guest Service Center at Snowmass Mall Mailers Guest Service Center at Town Park Station Bikesnowmass.com Hikesnowmass.com VIKsnowmass.com Other 0%20%40%60%80% 100% Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 3209-03-19 TC Packet Page 165 of 338 166 Q36. Overall satisfaction with the Town of Snowmass Village’s Parks and Recreation System by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 28% 21% 24% 19% 18% 19% 16% 14% 13% 12% 13% 60% 60% 56% 57% 52% 49% 50% 52% 46% 40% 35% 10% 12% 16% 14% 19% 23% 22% 16% 30% 26% 21% 3% 8% 4% 10% 10% 9% 12% 19% 11% 23% 31% Condition of park facilities & fields Connectivity & effectiveness of trail network Overall enforcement of seasonal trail closures Condition of paved surface trails & paths Adequacy of trail information at trailheads Adequacy of trail information available online Adequacy of wayfinding signage along trails Trail etiquette exhibited by other trail users Overall enforcement of Nordic trail rules Overall enforcement of trail rules Overall enforcement of leash laws 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied/Very Dissatisfied Page 3309-03-19 TC Packet Page 166 of 338 167 Q38. Do you feel well informed on current issues facing the town? by percentage of respondents (Without "Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 5% 28% 33% 22% 8% 4% Extremely Informed 9-8 7-6 5-4 3-2 Not at all Informed Page 3409-03-19 TC Packet Page 167 of 338 168 Q39. How do you currently access government news and information, including information about Town services? by percentage of respondents 67% 43% 41% 40% 21% 18% 8% 3% 1% Newspaper articles Town website (www.tosv.com) Town e-newsletters/alerts Friends/family/word of mouth Social media (Facebook/Twitter) Newspaper advertisements Forums or meetings Grassroots TV/CGTV Other 0%20%40%60%80%100% Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 3509-03-19 TC Packet Page 168 of 338 169 Q40. Do you feel your voice is adequately heard by the Town? by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) 27%19% 54% Yes No Don't know/no opinion Page 3609-03-19 TC Packet Page 169 of 338 170 Q41. Are you a registered voter in Snowmass Village? by percentage of respondents (Without "Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 47% 53% Yes No Page 3709-03-19 TC Packet Page 170 of 338 171 Q42a. How long have you lived within, or owned property within the Town of Snowmass Village? by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 3% 16% 24% 58% Less than 1 year 1-5 years 6-15 years 15+ years Page 3809-03-19 TC Packet Page 171 of 338 172 Q43. What is your age? by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 4% 14% 22% 22% 28% 9% 18-28 years 29-39 years 40-54 years 55-64 years 64-75 years >75 years Page 3909-03-19 TC Packet Page 172 of 338 173 Q44. Would you describe yourself as... by percentage of respondents 86% 2% 1% 1% 1% Caucasian (non-Hispanic) Latino or Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islanders Native American or Aleut Other 0%20%40%60%80%100% Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 4009-03-19 TC Packet Page 173 of 338 174 Q45. What is your approximate combined household annual income by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 12% 16% 13% 17% 17% 10%5% 11% <$49,999K $50K–$74,999 $75K–$99,999 $100K–$149,999 $150K–$249,999 $250K–$399,999 $400K–$599,999 >$600K Page 4109-03-19 TC Packet Page 174 of 338 175                 Section 2  Benchmarking Data                      Page 4209-03-19 TC Packet Page 175 of 338 176 Executive Summary Report Benchmarking Summary Report Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado Overview ETC Institute's DirectionFinder program was originally developed in 1999 to help community leaders across the United States use statistically valid community survey data as a tool for making better decisions. Since November of 1999, the survey has been administered in more than 230 cities in 43 states. Most participating cities conduct the survey on an annual or biennial basis. This report contains benchmarking data from three sources: (1) a national survey that was administered by ETC Institute during the fall of 2018 to a random sample of more than 4,000 residents across the United States, (2) a survey administered by ETC Institute to over 1,750 residents living in small communities in the United States, and (3) a regional survey administered to over 360 residents living in the Mountain Region of the United States during the fall of 2018. The Mountain Region includes residents living in the following states: Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming The charts on the following pages show how the overall results for the Town of Snowmass Village compared to the U.S. average, small community average, and the Mountain Regional average. The Town of Snowmass Village’s results are shown in blue, the National averages are shown in orange, the small community averages are shown in yellow, and the Mountain region averages are shown in grey. Note: The benchmarking data contained in this report is protected intellectual property. Any reproduction of the benchmarking information in this report by persons or organizations not directly affiliated with the Town of Snowmass Village is not authorized without written consent from ETC Institute. Page 4309-03-19 TC Packet Page 176 of 338 177 Page 4409-03-19 TC Packet Page 177 of 338 178 96% 88% 81% 69% 63% 43% 66% 72% 48% 61% 37% 31% 67% 67% 44% 57% 33% 33% 69% 75% 54% 63% 40% 43% Overall feeling of safety Overall quality of life Overall quality of services provided by Town Overall image of Town Overall value that you receive for your tax & fees 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% TOSV US Small Communities Mountain Region Satisfaction with Major Categories of Services Town of Snowmass Village vs. The U.S. vs. Small U.S. Communities vs. The Mountain Region by percentage of respondents who rated the item as a 4 or 5 on a 5-point scale where 5 was "very satisfied" Source: ETC Institute (2019) Overall quality of representation you receive from Town Council Page 4509-03-19 TC Packet Page 178 of 338 179 78% 57% 70% 57% 64% 55% 67% 60% Courtesy of staff Timeliness & efficiency 0%20%40%60%80%100% TOSV US Small Communities Mountain Region Satisfaction with Town Staff Town of Snowmass Village vs. The U.S. vs. Small U.S. Communities vs. The Mountain Region by percentage of respondents who rated the item as a 4 or 5 on a 5-point scale where 5 was "very satisfied" Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 4609-03-19 TC Packet Page 179 of 338 180 90% 88% 77% 60% 48% 72% 56% 50% 71% 47% 45% 71% Snow removal Overall street maintenance Solid waste & recycling services 0%20% 40% 60% 80% 100% TOSV US Small Communities Mountain Region Satisfaction with Public Works Town of Snowmass Village vs. The U.S. vs. Small U.S. Communities vs. The Mountain Region by percentage of respondents who rated the item as a 4 or 5 on a 5-point scale where 5 was "very satisfied" Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 4709-03-19 TC Packet Page 180 of 338 181 91% 91% 89% 81% 76% 75% 62% 68% 55% 65% 55% 43% 59% 71% 57% 66% 56% 48% 61% 72% 56% 63% 58% 46% How quickly personnel respond to emergencies Overall quality of police services Department's efforts to prevent crime Enforcement of local traffic laws Animal services Enforcement of parking restrictions 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% TOSV US Small Communities Mountain Region Satisfaction with the Police Department Town of Snowmass Village vs. The U.S. vs. Small U.S. Communities vs. The Mountain Region by percentage of respondents who rated the item as a 4 or 5 on a 5-point scale where 5 was "very satisfied" Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 4809-03-19 TC Packet Page 181 of 338 182 87% 81% 62% 58% 62% 57% 56% 58% Condition of park facilities & fields Connectivity & effectiveness of trail network 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% TOSV US Small Communities Mountain Region Satisfaction with Parks and Recreation Town of Snowmass Village vs. The U.S. vs. Small U.S. Communities vs. The Mountain Region by percentage of respondents who rated the item as a 4 or 5 on a 5-point scale where 5 was "very satisfied" Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 4909-03-19 TC Packet Page 182 of 338 183                 Section 3  Trend Data                       Page 5009-03-19 TC Packet Page 183 of 338 184 Page 5109-03-19 TC Packet Page 184 of 338 185 Q1. Which of the following best describes you? by percentage of respondents 52% 32% 12% 3% 2% 47% 25% 24% 2% 2% Year-round resident (10+ months per year) Part-time resident of Snowmass Village Roaring Fork Valley resident (outside of Snowmass Guest of Snowmass Village (non-resident) Other 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2019 2017 Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 5209-03-19 TC Packet Page 185 of 338 186 by percentage of respondents who said "YES” Q1a. Are you an employee within Snowmass Village 38%36% 2017 2019 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 5309-03-19 TC Packet Page 186 of 338 187 36% 44% 37% 17% 46% 41% 17% 31% 18% 15% 47% 52% 2019 2017 2015 2013 0%20%40%60%80%100% Improving Staying the same Getting worse Q2. Overall, do you feel that the sense of community in Snowmass Village is: by percentage of respondents (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 5409-03-19 TC Packet Page 187 of 338 188 Q3. Overall satisfaction with various aspects of Town government and the Snowmass Village Community by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" 96% 88% 81% 69% 63% 43% 95% 89% 76% 67% 57% 43% 95% 87% 75% 66% 59% 40% Overall feeling of safety Overall quality of life Overall quality of services provided by Town Overall image of Town Overall value that you receive for your tax & fees 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2019 2017 2015 Source: ETC Institute (2019) Overall quality of representation you receive from Town Council Page 5509-03-19 TC Packet Page 188 of 338 189 Q4. Do you own or rent your residence? by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) 61% 16% 0% 8% 10% 4% 51% 17% 1% 14% 11% 5% Own free-market unit Own deed-restricted unit Own a “fractional” unit Rent free-market unit Rent Town-owned unit Other 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 0.3% Page 5609-03-19 TC Packet Page 189 of 338 190 Q8. Satisfaction with Town Rental Housing by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" Source: ETC Institute (2019) 69% 62% 53% 49% 66% 62% 67% Quality of housing Level of service & unit upkeep 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 2015 2013 Not Asked in 2015 Page 5709-03-19 TC Packet Page 190 of 338 191 71% 70% 61% 53% 52% 65% 63% 56% 49% 48% 68% 70% 49% 51% 64% 65% Availability of/access to public records Ease & efficiency of license application processes 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2019 2017 2015 2013 Q10. Satisfaction with Functions of the Town of Snowmass Village Administration by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" Overall quality of service provided by Town Manager's Office Overall quality of service provided by Town Clerk's Department Availability of Town personnel to address your needs Source: ETC Institute (2019) Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Page 5809-03-19 TC Packet Page 191 of 338 192 Q12. Importance of Town Council Strategic Goals by percentage of respondents who responded "extremely important," “very important," or “important” sustainability Maintain & increase public safety, parking, & transit by enhancing our connectivity Increase amount of community spaces to create more community focused interaction Increase amount of affordable workforce & senior housing in Village Working regionally with local partners to solve significant issues Create more opportunities for effective communication & community engagement Source: ETC Institute (2019) 95% 93% 92% 88% 81% 78% 71% 51% 68% 64% 60% 53% Improve Town's resiliency & environmental 0%20%40%60%80% 100% 2019 2017 Page 5909-03-19 TC Packet Page 192 of 338 193 Q15. Have you utilized Community Development Department services (building & planning) within the past 12 months? by percentage of respondents who said “YES” (Without “Not Provided”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 13%13%12% 2015 2017 2019 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Page 6009-03-19 TC Packet Page 193 of 338 194 Q15a. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of the Community Development Department Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" and answered "Yes" to Q15 (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Source: ETC Institute (2019) 78% 69% 67% 64% 61% 58% 57% 80% 59% 76% 61% 64% 68% 63% 0% 59% 68% 65% 0% 60% 63% 65% Courtesy of staff Adequacy of staffing in the department Fairness of staff Electronic permit application process Amount of information required in applications Providing clear expectations of the process Timeliness & efficiency 0%20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2019 2017 2015 2013 Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Page 6109-03-19 TC Packet Page 194 of 338 195 Q15b. Based on your experience with the Community Development Department, how does the process of working with the Department in Snowmass Village compare to other Jurisdictions? by percentage of respondents who answered "Yes" to Q15 (Excluding "Don’t Know”) Source: ETC Institute (2019) 54% 15% 51% 18% 26% 31% 28% 59% 18% 2019 2017 2015 0%20%40%60%80%100% Better Same Worse Page 6209-03-19 TC Packet Page 195 of 338 196 Q18. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of Public Works services in the Town of Snowmass Village by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" Not Asked in 2015 Level of service provided for rates/fees paid for solid waste & recycling services Availability of information on solid waste & recycling services Adequacy of information on how to properly dispose of solid waste Source: ETC Institute (2019) 90% 88% 77% 58% 57% 56% 91% 89% 82% 64% 62% 65% 87% 90% 80% 63% 68% Snow removal Overall street maintenance Solid waste & recycling services 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 2015 Page 6309-03-19 TC Packet Page 196 of 338 197 by percentage of respondents (excluding "not provided") Q19. Would you be willing to incur higher solid waste rates for the addition of TOSV composting services and bins? Source: ETC Institute (2019) 49%46% 2017 2019 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Page 6409-03-19 TC Packet Page 197 of 338 198 by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" Q25. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of Police services in the Town of Snowmass Village Source: ETC Institute (2019) 91% 91% 91% 91% 89% 81% 76% 75% 92% 89% 88% 93% 86% 83% 78% 90% 87% 83% 90% 85% 81% 80% 91% 83% 89% 82% 79% 78% Friendliness & approachability Trustworthiness How quickly personnel respond to emergencies Overall quality of police services Department's efforts to prevent crime Enforcement of local traffic laws Animal services Enforcement of parking restrictions 0%20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2019 2017 2015 2013 Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Page 6509-03-19 TC Packet Page 198 of 338 199 by percentage of respondents who indicated the level was “just right” Q26. Based on experience please rate the current levels of Police presence in the following situations Source: ETC Institute (2019) 92% 89% 89% 83% 83% 91% 92% 88% 86% 87% 90% 93% 91% 83% 87% Presence at special events Retail/business patrol Liquor-serving establishments Traffic patrol Residential patrol 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 2015 Page 6609-03-19 TC Packet Page 199 of 338 200 Q28. Would you utilize any of the following programs and/or transportation alternatives to driving your own vehicle if they were offered in Snowmass Village? Source: ETC Institute (2019) 46% 25% 17% 44% 22% 17% Dedicated bike lanes Bike share program (e.g. We-Cycle) Car share program (e.g. Car To Go) 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 by percentage of respondents who said "YES” Page 6709-03-19 TC Packet Page 200 of 338 201 by percentage of respondents who said "YES” Q29. Do you ride the Village Shuttle? 79% 76% 2017 2019 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 6809-03-19 TC Packet Page 201 of 338 202 96% 94% 92% 92% 88% 81% 77% 76% 73% 73% 95% 93% 93% 91% 89% 82% 81% 95% 95% 92% 91% 90% 82% 94% 95% 92% 93% 91% 83% Sense of safety Comfort & cleanliness of shuttles Timely/punctual service Shuttle driver courtesy/helpfulness Ease of access/location of stops & routes Service hours & frequency Information on website Information in brochures & handouts Information on map apps Information at bus stops 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 2015 2013 by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" Not Previously Asked Q29a. Overall satisfaction with the following aspects of Village Shuttle services in the Town of Snowmass Village Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 6909-03-19 TC Packet Page 202 of 338 203 by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" Q30. Satisfaction with Parking and Parking Management Source: ETC Institute (2019) 62% 51% 45% 43% 69% 44% 48% 47% Availability of parking in summer Parking permit fees Availability of parking in winter Availability of parking information 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 Page 7009-03-19 TC Packet Page 203 of 338 204 74% 67% 60% 59% 51% 0% 0% 64% 65% 54% Appeal of special events offered in summer Appeal of special events offered in winter 0%20%40%60%80% 100% 2019 2017 by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" Q32. Satisfaction with the Tourism Department Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Group sales & lodge bookings generated for Snowmass properties Promotion of Snowmass Village through marketing, advertising, public relations, etc. Guest service centers at Town Park Station & Snowmass Mall Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 7109-03-19 TC Packet Page 204 of 338 205 52% 44% 43% 31% 30% 21% 13% 9% 9% 5% 5% 4% 1% 3% 59% 47% 51% 45% 29% 20% 14% 9% 2% Newspapers E-blasts (emails) Main tourism website (gosnowmass.com) Social media Main town website (tosv.com) Posters/flyers Radio Guest Service Center at Snowmass Mall Mailers Guest Service Center at Town Park Station Bikesnowmass.com Hikesnowmass.com VIKsnowmass.com Other 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 Q34. Best way for respondents to receive information about tourism events, local offerings, and activities by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Page 7209-03-19 TC Packet Page 205 of 338 206 87% 81% 81% 76% 71% 68% 66% 66% 59% 52% 48% 0% 78% 82% 78% 68% 62% 54% 47% Condition of park facilities & fields Connectivity & effectiveness of trail network Overall enforcement of seasonal trail closures Condition of paved surface trails & paths Adequacy of trail information at trailheads Adequacy of trail information available online Adequacy of wayfinding signage along trails Trail etiquette exhibited by other trail users Overall enforcement of Nordic trail rules Overall enforcement of trail rules Overall enforcement of leash laws 0%20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2019 2017 by percentage of respondents who indicated they were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" Q36. Satisfaction with Local Parks and Trails Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Not Previously Asked Source: ETC Institute (2019) Not Previously Asked Page 7309-03-19 TC Packet Page 206 of 338 207 Q38. Do you feel well informed on current issues facing the town? by percentage of respondents (Without "Not Provided”) 5% 4% 3% 28% 26% 15% 33% 39% 30% 22% 21% 29% 8% 6% 17% 4% 3% 6% 2019 2017 2015 0%20%40%60%80%100% Extremely Informed 9-8 7-6 5-4 3-2 Not at all Informed Source: ETC Institute (2019) Page 7409-03-19 TC Packet Page 207 of 338 208 Q39. How respondents currently access government news and information by percentage of respondents Source: ETC Institute (2019) 67% 43% 41% 40% 21% 18% 8% 3% 1% 73% 44% 41% 45% 30% 15% 11% 6% 2% Newspaper articles Town website (www.tosv.com) Town e-newsletters/alerts Friends/family/word of mouth Social media (Facebook/Twitter) Newspaper advertisements Forums or meetings Grassroots TV/CGTV Other 0%20%40%60%80%100% 2019 2017 Page 7509-03-19 TC Packet Page 208 of 338 209 by percentage of respondents who said "YES” Q40. Do you feel your voice is adequately heard by the Town? Source: ETC Institute (2019) 64% 57%58% 2015 2017 2019 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Page 7609-03-19 TC Packet Page 209 of 338 210                 Section 4  Tabular Data                       Page 7709-03-19 TC Packet Page 210 of 338 211 Q1. Which of the following best describes you? Q1. Which following best describes you Number Percent Guest of Snowmass Village (non-resident) 17 2.5 % Year-round resident (10+ months per year) 349 51.6 % Part-time resident of Snowmass Village 212 31.4 % Roaring Fork Valley resident (outside of Snowmass Village) 82 12.1 % Other 11 1.6 % Not provided 5 0.7 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT NOT PROVIDED Q1. Which of the following best describes you? (without "not provided") Q1. Which following best describes you Number Percent Guest of Snowmass Village (non-resident) 17 2.5 % Year-round resident (10+ months per year) 349 52.0 % Part-time resident of Snowmass Village 212 31.6 % Roaring Fork Valley resident (outside of Snowmass Village) 82 12.2 % Other 11 1.6 % Total 671 100.0 % Page 7809-03-19 TC Packet Page 211 of 338 212 Q1a. Are you an employee within Snowmass Village? Q1a. Are you an employee within Snowmass Village Number Percent Yes 245 36.2 % No 431 63.8 % Total 676 100.0 % Q1b. Are you a business owner/operator within Snowmass Village? Q1b. Are you a business owner/operator within Snowmass Village Number Percent Yes 104 15.4 % No 572 84.6 % Total 676 100.0 % Page 7909-03-19 TC Packet Page 212 of 338 213 Q2. Overall, do you feel that the sense of community in Snowmass Village is: Q2. What is overall sense of community in Snowmass Village Number Percent Improving 211 31.2 % Getting worse 102 15.1 % Staying the same 268 39.6 % Don’t know/no opinion 95 14.1 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q2. Overall, do you feel that the sense of community in Snowmass Village is: (without "don’t know/no opinion") Q2. What is overall sense of community in Snowmass Village Number Percent Improving 211 36.3 % Getting worse 102 17.6 % Staying the same 268 46.1 % Total 581 100.0 % Page 8009-03-19 TC Packet Page 213 of 338 214 Q3. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of Town government and the Snowmass Village Community. (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q3-1. Overall quality of services provided by Town 22.2% 56.2% 14.8% 2.5% 0.6% 3.7% Q3-2. Overall value that you receive for your tax & fees 16.1% 41.9% 22.9% 9.0% 2.8% 7.2% Q3-3. Overall image of Town 17.3% 50.4% 16.6% 11.2% 3.0% 1.5% Q3-4. Overall quality of life 40.5% 45.1% 8.1% 3.0% 0.6% 2.7% Q3-5. Overall feeling of safety 64.3% 29.1% 2.2% 1.0% 0.9% 2.4% Q3-6. Overall quality of representation you receive from Town Council 8.9% 26.9% 32.1% 8.7% 5.9% 17.5% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q3. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of Town government and the Snowmass Village Community. (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q3-1. Overall quality of services provided by Town 23.0% 58.4% 15.4% 2.6% 0.6% Q3-2. Overall value that you receive for your tax & fees 17.4% 45.1% 24.7% 9.7% 3.0% Q3-3. Overall image of Town 17.6% 51.2% 16.8% 11.4% 3.0% Q3-4. Overall quality of life 41.6% 46.4% 8.4% 3.0% 0.6% Q3-5. Overall feeling of safety 65.9% 29.8% 2.3% 1.1% 0.9% Q3-6. Overall quality of representation you receive from Town Council 10.8% 32.6% 38.9% 10.6% 7.2% Page 8109-03-19 TC Packet Page 214 of 338 215 Q4. Do you own or rent your residence? Q4. Do you own or rent your residence Number Percent Own free-market unit 402 59.5 % Own deed-restricted unit 108 16.0 % Own a “fractional” unit 2 0.3 % Rent free-market unit 55 8.1 % Rent Town-owned unit 63 9.3 % Other 28 4.1 % Not provided 18 2.7 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT NOT PROVIDED Q4. Do you own or rent your residence? (without "not provided") Q4. Do you own or rent your residence Number Percent Own free-market unit 402 61.1 % Own deed-restricted unit 108 16.4 % Own a “fractional” unit 2 0.3 % Rent free-market unit 55 8.4 % Rent Town-owned unit 63 9.6 % Other 28 4.3 % Total 658 100.0 % Page 8209-03-19 TC Packet Page 215 of 338 216 Q4-6. Other Q4-6. Other Number Percent ASC employee housing 1 3.6 % Rent on-property apartment from my employer 1 3.6 % I have employee housing through my full-time job. 1 3.6 % Ski company housing 1 3.6 % I live in my parents house and rent it out on Airbnb 1 3.6 % Rent apartment outside Snowmass Village 1 3.6 % Teacher housing 1 3.6 % Rent employer owned unit 1 3.6 % I rent an Aspen School District-owned unit 1 3.6 % Out of town residence 1 3.6 % Girl friend owns been here 15 years 1 3.6 % I have an APCHA house in Aspen 1 3.6 % Own in Aspen Village 1 3.6 % Do not live in Snowmass Village 1 3.6 % Own a single family home in the mid valley 1 3.6 % Pitkin County employee housing 1 3.6 % Rent teacher housing 1 3.6 % Own outside of Snowmass Village 1 3.6 % Live on property where husband works 1 3.6 % Visitor 1 3.6 % I am an original member of the Part Time Home Owners Association 1 3.6 % Rent ASC employee housing 1 3.6 % We own our house 1 3.6 % Commercial property owner 1 3.6 % Care-taker 1 3.6 % Guest 1 3.6 % Free market outside of Snowmass Village 1 3.6 % Considering purchasing Snowmass Village home 1 3.6 % Total 28 100.0 % Page 8309-03-19 TC Packet Page 216 of 338 217 Q5. Please rate your level of satisfaction with your current residence: Q5. How satisfied are you with your current residence Number Percent Very satisfied 347 51.3 % Satisfied 229 33.9 % Neutral 54 8.0 % Dissatisfied 18 2.7 % Very dissatisfied 6 0.9 % Not provided 22 3.3 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT NOT PROVIDED Q5. Please rate your level of satisfaction with your current residence: (without "not provided") Q5. How satisfied are you with your current residence Number Percent Very satisfied 347 53.1 % Satisfied 229 35.0 % Neutral 54 8.3 % Dissatisfied 18 2.8 % Very dissatisfied 6 0.9 % Total 654 100.0 % Page 8409-03-19 TC Packet Page 217 of 338 218 Q6. "Business Owners only from Question 1b" Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very willing" and 1 means "very unwilling," please rate the level to which you would be interested in assisting with the following provisions of affordable/employee housing in the future: (N=104) Very Very Don't willing Willing Neutral Unwilling unwilling know Q6-1. Lease housing for your employees 12.5% 19.2% 18.3% 9.6% 7.7% 32.7% Q6-2. Construct units for employees 12.5% 18.3% 21.2% 12.5% 10.6% 25.0% Q6-3. Subsidize employee rents 7.7% 13.5% 21.2% 20.2% 11.5% 26.0% Q6-4. Provide down payments for employees 2.9% 7.7% 26.0% 19.2% 16.3% 27.9% Q6-5. Contribute to employee damage deposits 2.9% 4.8% 18.3% 26.9% 19.2% 27.9% Q6-6. Subsidize employee mortgage payments 3.8% 2.9% 20.2% 26.9% 21.2% 25.0% WITHOUT NOT DON’T’ KNOW Q6. "Business Owners only from Question 1b" Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very willing" and 1 means "very unwilling," please rate the level to which you would be interested in assisting with the following provisions of affordable/employee housing in the future: (without "don't know") (N=104) Very Very willing Willing Neutral Unwilling unwilling Q6-1. Lease housing for your employees 18.6% 28.6% 27.1% 14.3% 11.4% Q6-2. Construct units for employees 16.7% 24.4% 28.2% 16.7% 14.1% Q6-3. Subsidize employee rents 10.4% 18.2% 28.6% 27.3% 15.6% Q6-4. Provide down payments for employees 4.0% 10.7% 36.0% 26.7% 22.7% Q6-5. Contribute to employee damage deposits 4.0% 6.7% 25.3% 37.3% 26.7% Q6-6. Subsidize employee mortgage payments 5.1% 3.8% 26.9% 35.9% 28.2% Page 8509-03-19 TC Packet Page 218 of 338 219 Q7. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "extremely important" and 1 means "not important," please rate the level of importance you feel for the Town to build the following types of affordable housing options within Snowmass Village: (N=676) Extremely Very Less Not Don't important important Important important important know 21.4% 14.8% 18.2% 14.1% 13.2% 18.3% 20.7% 19.2% 20.6% 9.9% 10.2% 19.4% 20.4% 17.5% 22.6% 9.8% 10.1% 19.7% 21.0% 18.6% 19.5% 12.4% 9.5% 18.9% Q7-1. Single family deed restricted homes Q7-2. Deed restricted townhomes/duplexes Q7-3. Deed restricted condominiums Q7-4. Multi-family/apartment rental units Q7-5. Senior housing 16.1% 13.0% 19.5% 16.6% 16.0% 18.8% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q7. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "extremely important" and 1 means "not important," please rate the level of importance you feel for the Town to build the following types of affordable housing options within Snowmass Village: (without "don't know") (N=676) Extremely Very Less Not important important Important important important 26.3% 18.1% 22.3% 17.2% 16.1% 25.7% 23.9% 25.5% 12.3% 12.7% 25.4% 21.7% 28.2% 12.2% 12.5% 25.9% 23.0% 24.1% 15.3% 11.7% Q7-1. Single family deed restricted homes Q7-2. Deed restricted townhomes/duplexes Q7-3. Deed restricted condominiums Q7-4. Multi-family/apartment rental units Q7-5. Senior housing 19.9% 16.0% 24.0% 20.4% 19.7% Page 8609-03-19 TC Packet Page 219 of 338 220 Q8. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following items regarding Town rental housing: (N=63) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q8-1. Quality of housing 22.2% 46.0% 19.0% 11.1% 0.0% 1.6% Q8-2. Level of service & unit upkeep 23.8% 38.1% 17.5% 17.5% 3.2% 0.0% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q8. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following items regarding Town rental housing: (without "don't know") (N=63) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q8-1. Quality of housing 22.6% 46.8% 19.4% 11.3% 0.0% Q8-2. Level of service & unit upkeep 23.8% 38.1% 17.5% 17.5% 3.2% Page 8709-03-19 TC Packet Page 220 of 338 221 Q10. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following functions of the Town of Snowmass Village administration. (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q10-1. Overall quality of service provided by Town Manager's Office 13.3% 33.7% 24.7% 3.0% 2.4% 22.9% Q10-2. Overall quality of service provided by Town Clerk's Department 17.5% 36.2% 21.2% 0.6% 0.3% 24.3% Q10-3. Availability of Town personnel to address your needs 17.0% 39.3% 19.7% 3.3% 1.3% 19.4% Q10-4. Ease & efficiency of license application processes (business or liquor licenses) 4.9% 14.9% 15.5% 1.8% 1.2% 61.7% Q10-5. Availability of/access to public records 6.8% 16.9% 20.0% 1.2% 0.3% 54.9% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q10. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following functions of the Town of Snowmass Village administration. (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q10-1. Overall quality of service provided by Town Manager's Office 17.3% 43.8% 32.1% 3.8% 3.1% Q10-2. Overall quality of service provided by Town Clerk's Department 23.0% 47.9% 27.9% 0.8% 0.4% Q10-3. Availability of Town personnel to address your needs 21.1% 48.8% 24.4% 4.0% 1.7% Q10-4. Ease & efficiency of license application processes (business or liquor licenses) 12.7% 39.0% 40.5% 4.6% 3.1% Q10-5. Availability of/access to public records 15.1% 37.4% 44.3% 2.6% 0.7% Page 8809-03-19 TC Packet Page 221 of 338 222 Q12. Town Council Strategic Goals: Please indicate how important each of the following Town Council Strategic Goals are to you when planning the Town's future using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "extremely important" and 1 means "not important." (N=676) Extremely Very Less Not Don't important important Important important important know Q12-1. Create more opportunities for effective communication & community engagement 16.6% 30.8% 37.7% 5.2% 1.5% 8.3% Q12-2. Working regionally with local partners to solve significant issues (e.g. transit, housing) 30.0% 35.1% 24.7% 3.3% 1.9% 5.0% Q12-3. Increase amount of affordable workforce & senior housing in Village 28.8% 25.6% 21.3% 9.8% 8.0% 6.5% Q12-4. Improve Town's resiliency & environmental sustainability 30.8% 27.1% 24.4% 8.0% 3.4% 6.4% Q12-5. Increase amount of community spaces (e.g. library, plaza) to create more community focused interaction 20.7% 25.9% 27.1% 14.2% 7.0% 5.2% Q12-6. Maintain & increase public safety, parking, & transit by enhancing our connectivity 28.4% 31.7% 26.2% 6.8% 1.2% 5.8% Page 8909-03-19 TC Packet Page 222 of 338 223 WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q12. Town Council Strategic Goals: Please indicate how important each of the following Town Council Strategic Goals are to you when planning the Town's future using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "extremely important" and 1 means "not important." (without "don't know") (N=676) Extremely Very Less Not important important Important important important Q12-1. Create more opportunities for effective communication & community engagement 18.1% 33.5% 41.1% 5.6% 1.6% Q12-2. Working regionally with local partners to solve significant issues (e.g. transit, housing) 31.6% 36.9% 26.0% 3.4% 2.0% Q12-3. Increase amount of affordable workforce & senior housing in Village 30.9% 27.4% 22.8% 10.4% 8.5% Q12-4. Improve Town's resiliency & environmental sustainability 32.9% 28.9% 26.1% 8.5% 3.6% Q12-5. Increase amount of community spaces (e.g. library, plaza) to create more community focused interaction 21.8% 27.3% 28.5% 15.0% 7.3% Q12-6. Maintain & increase public safety, parking, & transit by enhancing our connectivity 30.1% 33.6% 27.8% 7.2% 1.3% Page 9009-03-19 TC Packet Page 223 of 338 224 Q13. Are there any issues not included in the Town Council's Strategic Goals listed in Question 12 that you feel should be one of the Town's top priorities? Q13. Are there any issues not included in Town Council's Strategic Goals that should be Town's top priorities Number Percent Yes 147 21.7 % No 529 78.3 % Total 676 100.0 % Q15. Have you utilized Community Development Department services (building & planning) within the past 12 months? Q15. Have you utilized Community Development Department services within past 12 months Number Percent Yes 84 12.4 % No 592 87.6 % Total 676 100.0 % Page 9109-03-19 TC Packet Page 224 of 338 225 Q15a. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of the Community Development Department. (N=84) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q15a-1. Courtesy of staff 36.9% 39.3% 15.5% 6.0% 0.0% 2.4% Q15a-2. Fairness of staff 32.1% 31.0% 13.1% 4.8% 13.1% 6.0% Q15a-3. Adequacy of staffing in the department 19.0% 38.1% 19.0% 4.8% 2.4% 16.7% Q15a-4. Timeliness & efficiency 25.0% 28.6% 21.4% 9.5% 9.5% 6.0% Q15a-5. Providing clear expectations of the process 23.8% 29.8% 19.0% 7.1% 13.1% 7.1% Q15a-6. Amount of information required in applications 17.9% 27.4% 17.9% 7.1% 3.6% 26.2% Q15a-7. Electronic permit application process 13.1% 21.4% 11.9% 3.6% 3.6% 46.4% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q15a. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of the Community Development Department. (without "don't know") (N=84) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q15a-1. Courtesy of staff 37.8% 40.2% 15.9% 6.1% 0.0% Q15a-2. Fairness of staff 34.2% 32.9% 13.9% 5.1% 13.9% Q15a-3. Adequacy of staffing in the department 22.9% 45.7% 22.9% 5.7% 2.9% Q15a-4. Timeliness & efficiency 26.6% 30.4% 22.8% 10.1% 10.1% Q15a-5. Providing clear expectations of the process 25.6% 32.1% 20.5% 7.7% 14.1% Q15a-6. Amount of information required in applications 24.2% 37.1% 24.2% 9.7% 4.8% Q15a-7. Electronic permit application process 24.4% 40.0% 22.2% 6.7% 6.7% Page 9209-03-19 TC Packet Page 225 of 338 226 Q15b. Based on your experience with the Community Development Department, how does the process of working with the Department in Snowmass Village compare to other Jurisdictions? Snowmass Village is... Q15b. How does the process of working with the Department in Snowmass Village compare to other Jurisdictions Number Percent Better 35 41.7 % Same 12 14.3 % Worse 18 21.4 % Don’t know/no opinion 19 22.6 % Total 84 100.0 % WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q15b. Based on your experience with the Community Development Department, how does the process of working with the Department in Snowmass Village compare to other Jurisdictions? Snowmass Village is... (without "don’t know/no opinion") Q15b. How does the process of working with the Department in Snowmass Village compare to other Jurisdictions Number Percent Better 35 53.8 % Same 12 18.5 % Worse 18 27.7 % Total 65 100.0 % Page 9309-03-19 TC Packet Page 226 of 338 227 Q16. Please indicate if you feel the current amount of art on display in public places within Snowmass Village is "too much," "just right," or "not enough." Q16. What do you think of the current amount of art on display in public places within Snowmass Village Number Percent Too much 68 10.1 % Just right 286 42.3 % Not enough 206 30.5 % Don’t know 116 17.2 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q16. Please indicate if you feel the current amount of art on display in public places within Snowmass Village is "too much," "just right," or "not enough." (without "don't know") Q16. What do you think of the current amount of art on display in public places within Snowmass Village Number Percent Too much 68 12.1 % Just right 286 51.1 % Not enough 206 36.8 % Total 560 100.0 % Page 9409-03-19 TC Packet Page 227 of 338 228 Q18. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with each of the following aspects of Public Works services in the Town of Snowmass Village. (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q18-1. Overall street maintenance 30.0% 55.5% 8.9% 2.1% 0.4% 3.1% Q18-2. Snow removal 39.1% 47.5% 5.8% 3.0% 0.7% 4.0% Q18-3. Solid waste & recycling services 28.0% 42.2% 12.9% 5.8% 1.9% 9.3% Q18-4. Availability of information on solid waste & recycling services 17.2% 31.5% 23.2% 10.4% 1.3% 16.4% Q18-5. Adequacy of information on how to properly dispose of solid waste 15.8% 30.9% 24.0% 10.1% 1.0% 18.2% Q18-6. Level of service provided for rates/fees paid for solid waste & recycling services 13.9% 29.9% 25.3% 6.1% 3.1% 21.7% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q18. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with each of the following aspects of Public Works services in the Town of Snowmass Village. (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q18-1. Overall street maintenance 31.0% 57.3% 9.2% 2.1% 0.5% Q18-2. Snow removal 40.7% 49.5% 6.0% 3.1% 0.8% Q18-3. Solid waste & recycling services 30.8% 46.5% 14.2% 6.4% 2.1% Q18-4. Availability of information on solid waste & recycling services 20.5% 37.7% 27.8% 12.4% 1.6% Q18-5. Adequacy of information on how to properly dispose of solid waste 19.3% 37.8% 29.3% 12.3% 1.3% Q18-6. Level of service provided for rates/fees paid for solid waste & recycling services 17.8% 38.2% 32.3% 7.8% 4.0% Page 9509-03-19 TC Packet Page 228 of 338 229 Q19. Composting in Snowmass Village: The Town is exploring composting options for residents. Would you be willing to incur higher solid waste rates for the addition of TOSV composting services and bins? Q19. Would you be willing to incur higher solid waste rates for addition of TOSV composting services & bins Number Percent Yes 274 40.5 % No 318 47.0 % Not provided 84 12.4 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT NOT PROVIDED Q19. Composting in Snowmass Village: The Town is exploring composting options for residents. Would you be willing to incur higher solid waste rates for the addition of TOSV composting services and bins? (without "not provided") Q19. Would you be willing to incur higher solid waste rates for addition of TOSV composting services & bins Number Percent Yes 274 46.3 % No 318 53.7 % Total 592 100.0 % Page 9609-03-19 TC Packet Page 229 of 338 230 Q20. When driving or riding in an automobile, please rate your level of satisfaction with the following intersections using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied." (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q20-1. Brush Creek & Wood Rd. (new roundabout) 35.1% 42.0% 11.5% 4.3% 2.1% 5.0% Q20-2. Wood Rd. & Carriage Way (mini roundabout) 10.5% 27.1% 20.6% 15.4% 19.7% 6.8% Q20-3. Brush Creek Rd. & Owl Creek Rd. (single stop sign) 12.6% 34.3% 18.9% 19.4% 9.5% 5.3% Q20-4. Brush Creek Rd. at Town Park Station/Rodeo 23.1% 52.2% 15.5% 2.8% 0.3% 6.1% Q20-5. Brush Creek & Faraway Rd. 12.4% 49.0% 18.5% 6.7% 3.4% 10.1% Q20-6. Brush Creek & Sinclair Rd. 12.3% 48.5% 21.6% 4.4% 1.8% 11.4% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q20. When driving or riding in an automobile, please rate your level of satisfaction with the following intersections using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied." (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q20-1. Brush Creek & Wood Rd. (new roundabout) 36.9% 44.2% 12.1% 4.5% 2.2% Q20-2. Wood Rd. & Carriage Way (mini roundabout) 11.3% 29.0% 22.1% 16.5% 21.1% Q20-3. Brush Creek Rd. & Owl Creek Rd. (single stop sign) 13.3% 36.3% 20.0% 20.5% 10.0% Q20-4. Brush Creek Rd. at Town Park Station/Rodeo 24.6% 55.6% 16.5% 3.0% 0.3% Q20-5. Brush Creek & Faraway Rd. 13.8% 54.4% 20.6% 7.4% 3.8% Q20-6. Brush Creek & Sinclair Rd. 13.9% 54.8% 24.4% 5.0% 2.0% Page 9709-03-19 TC Packet Page 230 of 338 231 Q21. When walking or biking, please rate your level of satisfaction with the following intersections using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied." (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q21-1. Brush Creek & Wood Rd. (new roundabout) 20.3% 35.2% 14.3% 5.8% 2.7% 21.7% Q21-2. Wood Rd. & Carriage Way (mini roundabout) 9.2% 27.7% 19.4% 12.3% 8.6% 22.9% Q21-3. Brush Creek Rd. & Owl Creek Rd. (single stop sign) 7.7% 23.8% 19.1% 17.2% 10.8% 21.4% Q21-4. Brush Creek Rd. at Town Park Station/Rodeo 15.8% 43.5% 15.7% 2.5% 1.2% 21.3% Q21-5. Brush Creek & Faraway Rd. 7.7% 30.6% 22.3% 7.2% 5.8% 26.3% Q21-6. Brush Creek & Sinclair Rd. 8.0% 32.2% 22.9% 7.4% 3.3% 26.2% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q21. When walking or biking, please rate your level of satisfaction with the following intersections using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied." (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q21-1. Brush Creek & Wood Rd. (new roundabout) 25.9% 45.0% 18.3% 7.4% 3.4% Q21-2. Wood Rd. & Carriage Way (mini roundabout) 11.9% 35.9% 25.1% 15.9% 11.1% Q21-3. Brush Creek Rd. & Owl Creek Rd. (single stop sign) 9.8% 30.3% 24.3% 21.8% 13.7% Q21-4. Brush Creek Rd. at Town Park Station/Rodeo 20.1% 55.3% 19.9% 3.2% 1.5% Q21-5. Brush Creek & Faraway Rd. 10.4% 41.6% 30.3% 9.8% 7.8% Q21-6. Brush Creek & Sinclair Rd. 10.8% 43.7% 31.1% 10.0% 4.4% Page 9809-03-19 TC Packet Page 231 of 338 232 Q22. Which traffic calming measure(s) currently used in Snowmass Village do you find acceptable for improving overall traffic flow and safety in Snowmass Village? And which techniques, if any, would you prefer NOT be used in Snowmass Village? (N=676) Not Acceptable acceptable measure measure Don't know Q22-1. Stop sign(s) 77.5% 7.4% 15.1% Q22-2. Yield sign(s) 75.0% 8.6% 16.4% Q22-3. Roundabout(s) 80.5% 9.3% 10.2% Q22-4. Reduced speed limits 67.3% 14.6% 18.0% Q22-5. Acceleration/de-acceleration lanes 63.2% 12.3% 24.6% Q22-6. Crosswalks 86.7% 3.1% 10.2% Q22-7. Pedestrian activated rapid flashing beacons at crosswalks 80.0% 8.6% 11.4% Q22-8. Pedestrian islands/landscaped medians 75.3% 9.3% 15.4% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 9909-03-19 TC Packet Page 232 of 338 233 WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q22. Which traffic calming measure(s) currently used in Snowmass Village do you find acceptable for improving overall traffic flow and safety in Snowmass Village? And which techniques, if any, would you prefer NOT be used in Snowmass Village? (without "don't know") (N=676) Not Acceptable acceptable measure measure Q22-1. Stop sign(s) 91.3% 8.7% Q22-2. Yield sign(s) 89.7% 10.3% Q22-3. Roundabout(s) 89.6% 10.4% Q22-4. Reduced speed limits 82.1% 17.9% Q22-5. Acceleration/de-acceleration lanes 83.7% 16.3% Q22-6. Crosswalks 96.5% 3.5% Q22-7. Pedestrian activated rapid flashing beacons at crosswalks 90.3% 9.7% Q22-8. Pedestrian islands/landscaped medians 89.0% 11.0% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10009-03-19 TC Packet Page 233 of 338 234 Q23. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "strongly support" and 1 means "strongly oppose," please rate your level of support to construct sidewalks/pedestrian walkways at the following locations. (N=676) Strongly Strongly Don't support Support Neutral Oppose oppose know Q23-1. Brush Creek Rd.-Owl Creek Rd. to Faraway Rd. 35.8% 27.7% 14.8% 5.9% 3.0% 12.9% Q23-2. Brush Creek Rd.-Faraway Rd. to Wood Rd. 32.4% 25.7% 17.6% 5.6% 3.4% 15.2% Q23-3. Brush Creek Rd.-Wood Rd. to Mountain View 31.2% 25.1% 17.6% 4.1% 3.1% 18.8% Q23-4. Brush Creek Rd.-Mountain View to Snowmass Mall 34.9% 25.9% 15.4% 3.4% 3.1% 17.3% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q23. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "strongly support" and 1 means "strongly oppose," please rate your level of support to construct sidewalks/pedestrian walkways at the following locations. (without "don't know") (N=676) Strongly Strongly support Support Neutral Oppose oppose Q23-1. Brush Creek Rd.-Owl Creek Rd. to Faraway Rd. 41.1% 31.7% 17.0% 6.8% 3.4% Q23-2. Brush Creek Rd.-Faraway Rd. to Wood Rd. 38.2% 30.4% 20.8% 6.6% 4.0% Q23-3. Brush Creek Rd.-Wood Rd. to Mountain View 38.4% 31.0% 21.7% 5.1% 3.8% Q23-4. Brush Creek Rd.-Mountain View to Snowmass Mall 42.2% 31.3% 18.6% 4.1% 3.8% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10109-03-19 TC Packet Page 234 of 338 235 Q25. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of Police services in the Town of Snowmass Village. (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q25-1. Animal services 36.8% 24.1% 13.6% 3.0% 2.5% 20.0% Q25-2. Friendliness & approachability 56.4% 28.6% 6.8% 1.2% 0.1% 7.0% Q25-3. Trustworthiness 52.5% 30.2% 6.7% 1.0% 0.3% 9.3% Q25-4. Department's efforts to prevent crime 43.6% 32.7% 7.8% 0.7% 0.4% 14.6% Q25-5. Enforcement of local traffic laws 36.2% 37.4% 12.0% 3.1% 2.7% 8.6% Q25-6. Enforcement of parking restrictions 29.9% 36.1% 17.5% 3.0% 2.1% 11.5% Q25-7. How quickly personnel respond to emergencies 40.8% 24.6% 6.5% 0.1% 0.0% 28.0% Q25-8. Overall quality of police services 51.9% 31.4% 8.0% 0.4% 0.3% 8.0% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10209-03-19 TC Packet Page 235 of 338 236 WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q25. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of Police services in the Town of Snowmass Village. (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q25-1. Animal services 46.0% 30.1% 17.0% 3.7% 3.1% Q25-2. Friendliness & approachability 60.6% 30.7% 7.3% 1.3% 0.2% Q25-3. Trustworthiness 57.9% 33.3% 7.3% 1.1% 0.3% Q25-4. Department's efforts to prevent crime 51.1% 38.3% 9.2% 0.9% 0.5% Q25-5. Enforcement of local traffic laws 39.6% 40.9% 13.1% 3.4% 2.9% Q25-6. Enforcement of parking restrictions 33.8% 40.8% 19.7% 3.3% 2.3% Q25-7. How quickly personnel respond to emergencies 56.7% 34.1% 9.0% 0.2% 0.0% Q25-8. Overall quality of police services 56.4% 34.1% 8.7% 0.5% 0.3% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10309-03-19 TC Packet Page 236 of 338 237 Q26. Based on your experience, please indicate if you feel the current levels of Police presence is "too much," "just right," or "not enough." (N=676) Too much Just right Not enough Don't know Q26-1. Traffic patrol 7.5% 73.4% 7.5% 11.5% Q26-2. Residential patrol 1.6% 63.5% 11.8% 23.1% Q26-3. Retail/business patrol 1.3% 54.6% 5.3% 38.8% Q26-4. Presence at special events 3.4% 74.7% 3.1% 18.8% Q26-5. Liquor-serving establishments 2.1% 55.5% 4.7% 37.7% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q26. Based on your experience, please indicate if you feel the current levels of Police presence is "too much," "just right," or "not enough." (without "don't know") (N=676) Too much Just right Not enough Q26-1. Traffic patrol 8.5% 82.9% 8.5% Q26-2. Residential patrol 2.1% 82.5% 15.4% Q26-3. Retail/business patrol 2.2% 89.1% 8.7% Q26-4. Presence at special events 4.2% 92.0% 3.8% Q26-5. Liquor-serving establishments 3.3% 89.1% 7.6% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10409-03-19 TC Packet Page 237 of 338 238 Q28. Would you utilize any of the following programs and/or transportation alternatives to driving your own vehicle if they were offered in Snowmass Village? Q28. Would you utilize any following programs and/or transportation alternatives to driving your own vehicle Number Percent Car share program (e.g. Car To Go) 115 17.0 % Bike share program (e.g. We-Cycle) 166 24.6 % Dedicated bike lanes 308 45.6 % Total 589 Q29. Do you ride the Village Shuttle? Q29. Do you ride Village Shuttle Number Percent Yes 514 76.0 % No 162 24.0 % Total 676 100.0 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10509-03-19 TC Packet Page 238 of 338 239 Q29a. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of Village Shuttle services in the Town of Snowmass Village. (N=514) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q29a-1. Timely/punctual service 49.4% 39.1% 5.6% 1.9% 0.4% 3.5% Q29a-2. Shuttle driver courtesy/helpfulness 52.7% 36.2% 6.2% 1.4% 0.4% 3.1% Q29a-3. Ease of access/location of stops & routes 42.0% 43.4% 5.8% 4.3% 1.4% 3.1% Q29a-4. Information in brochures & handouts 30.7% 37.2% 17.7% 3.1% 0.6% 10.7% Q29a-5. Information at bus stops 26.3% 40.9% 18.5% 6.2% 0.8% 7.4% Q29a-6. Information on website (www. villageshuttle.com) 25.3% 30.5% 14.0% 2.5% 0.4% 27.2% Q29a-7. Information on map apps (Google maps, Apple maps, Transit app, etc.) 20.6% 26.1% 13.6% 3.3% 0.8% 35.6% Q29a-8. Service hours & frequency 30.2% 45.9% 10.5% 7.2% 0.8% 5.4% Q29a-9. Sense of safety 53.7% 39.3% 2.9% 0.6% 0.0% 3.5% Q29a-10. Comfort & cleanliness of shuttles 54.7% 35.8% 4.3% 1.0% 0.2% 4.1% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10609-03-19 TC Packet Page 239 of 338 240 WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q29a. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of Village Shuttle services in the Town of Snowmass Village. (without "don't know") (N=514) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q29a-1. Timely/punctual service 51.2% 40.5% 5.8% 2.0% 0.4% Q29a-2. Shuttle driver courtesy/helpfulness 54.4% 37.3% 6.4% 1.4% 0.4% Q29a-3. Ease of access/location of stops & routes 43.4% 44.8% 6.0% 4.4% 1.4% Q29a-4. Information in brochures & handouts 34.4% 41.6% 19.8% 3.5% 0.7% Q29a-5. Information at bus stops 28.4% 44.1% 20.0% 6.7% 0.8% Q29a-6. Information on website (www. villageshuttle.com) 34.8% 42.0% 19.3% 3.5% 0.5% Q29a-7. Information on map apps (Google maps, Apple maps, Transit app, etc.) 32.0% 40.5% 21.1% 5.1% 1.2% Q29a-8. Service hours & frequency 31.9% 48.6% 11.1% 7.6% 0.8% Q29a-9. Sense of safety 55.6% 40.7% 3.0% 0.6% 0.0% Q29a-10. Comfort & cleanliness of shuttles 57.0% 37.3% 4.5% 1.0% 0.2% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10709-03-19 TC Packet Page 240 of 338 241 Q30. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of Parking and Parking Management in the Town of Snowmass Village. (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q30-1. Availability of parking in winter 9.6% 31.8% 21.9% 21.7% 7.7% 7.2% Q30-2. Availability of parking in summer 15.1% 43.0% 19.4% 10.8% 5.5% 6.2% Q30-3. Parking permit fees 10.2% 28.8% 23.4% 8.9% 4.7% 24.0% Q30-4. Availability of parking information 7.8% 26.3% 33.4% 9.3% 3.4% 19.7% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q30. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of Parking and Parking Management in the Town of Snowmass Village. (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q30-1. Availability of parking in winter 10.4% 34.3% 23.6% 23.4% 8.3% Q30-2. Availability of parking in summer 16.1% 45.9% 20.7% 11.5% 5.8% Q30-3. Parking permit fees 13.4% 37.9% 30.7% 11.7% 6.2% Q30-4. Availability of parking information 9.8% 32.8% 41.6% 11.6% 4.2% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10809-03-19 TC Packet Page 241 of 338 242 Q32. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following functions of the Tourism Department, and the overall value the community receives for their services. (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q32-1. Appeal of special events offered in summer 21.3% 47.8% 14.9% 6.7% 3.0% 6.4% Q32-2. Appeal of special events offered in winter 14.2% 47.2% 21.3% 7.8% 1.8% 7.7% Q32-3. Promotion of Snowmass Village through marketing, advertising, public relations, etc. 13.3% 38.5% 23.8% 8.4% 2.8% 13.2% Q32-4. Group sales & lodge bookings generated for Snowmass properties 9.9% 22.6% 23.7% 4.7% 3.6% 35.5% Q32-5. Guest service centers at Town Park Station & Snowmass Mall 12.1% 29.9% 23.4% 4.6% 1.2% 28.8% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q32. Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "very satisfied" and 1 means "very dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the following functions of the Tourism Department, and the overall value the community receives for their services. (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q32-1. Appeal of special events offered in summer 22.7% 51.0% 16.0% 7.1% 3.2% Q32-2. Appeal of special events offered in winter 15.4% 51.1% 23.1% 8.5% 1.9% Q32-3. Promotion of Snowmass Village through marketing, advertising, public relations, etc. 15.3% 44.3% 27.4% 9.7% 3.2% Q32-4. Group sales & lodge bookings generated for Snowmass properties 15.4% 35.1% 36.7% 7.3% 5.5% Q32-5. Guest service centers at Town Park Station & Snowmass Mall 17.0% 42.0% 32.8% 6.4% 1.7% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 10909-03-19 TC Packet Page 242 of 338 243 Q33. Based on your experience, please indicate if you feel the current amount of special events hosted in Snowmass Village is "too much," "not enough," or "just right." (N=676) Too much Just right Not enough Don't know Q33-1. Number of special events offered in summer 13.5% 56.4% 21.0% 9.2% Q33-2. Number of special events offered in winter 4.9% 56.4% 24.7% 14.1% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q33. Based on your experience, please indicate if you feel the current amount of special events hosted in Snowmass Village is "too much," "not enough," or "just right." (without "don't know") (N=676) Too much Just right Not enough Q33-1. Number of special events offered in summer 14.8% 62.1% 23.1% Q33-2. Number of special events offered in winter 5.7% 65.6% 28.7% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11009-03-19 TC Packet Page 243 of 338 244 Q34. What is the best way for you to receive information about Tourism events, local offerings, and activities? Q34. What is the best way for you to receive information about Tourism events, local offerings, & activities Number Percent Main tourism website (gosnowmass.com) 287 42.5 % Main town website (tosv.com) 200 29.6 % Bikesnowmass.com 33 4.9 % Hikesnowmass.com 25 3.7 % VIKsnowmass.com 9 1.3 % Guest Service Center at Town Park Station 36 5.3 % Guest Service Center at Snowmass Mall 59 8.7 % Newspapers 351 51.9 % Radio 85 12.6 % E-blasts (emails) 295 43.6 % Posters/flyers 141 20.9 % Mailers 58 8.6 % Social media 207 30.6 % Other 20 3.0 % Total 1806 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11109-03-19 TC Packet Page 244 of 338 245 Q34-14. Other Q34-14. Other Number Percent Word of mouth 9 45.0 % Banners at Woodbridge 2 10.0 % Facebook 1 5.0 % There needs to be a central repository of all activities where people can go 1 5.0 % Skicos website 1 5.0 % Aspen Ski Co 1 5.0 % Face to face 1 5.0 % ASPEN APP 1 5.0 % I like the cards in the mailbox 1 5.0 % Bulletin board at Snowmass Center 1 5.0 % Aspen/Snowmass website 1 5.0 % Total 20 100.0 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11209-03-19 TC Packet Page 245 of 338 246 Q36. Based on your experience(s) with our local parks and trails, please rate your level of satisfaction with each of the following trail systems and rule enforcement. (N=676) Very Dissatisfi- Very Don't satisfied Satisfied Neutral ed dissatisfied know Q36-1. Trail etiquette exhibited by other trail users 12.4% 46.2% 13.9% 12.7% 3.8% 10.9% Q36-2. Overall enforcement of seasonal trail closures 19.2% 45.0% 12.4% 2.4% 0.7% 20.3% Q36-3. Overall enforcement of leash laws 10.7% 29.1% 17.2% 15.4% 10.7% 17.0% Q36-4. Overall enforcement of trail rules (e.g. no dogs, equestrian only, etc.) 9.5% 33.0% 21.2% 11.7% 7.0% 17.8% Q36-5. Overall enforcement of Nordic trail rules 7.2% 25.9% 16.6% 3.7% 2.4% 44.2% Q36-6. Condition of park facilities & fields 23.7% 50.4% 8.4% 1.9% 0.3% 15.2% Q36-7. Condition of paved surface trails & paths 16.3% 50.1% 12.0% 7.4% 1.8% 12.4% Q36-8. Connectivity & effectiveness of trail network 18.0% 51.6% 9.9% 6.1% 0.7% 13.6% Q36-9. Adequacy of trail information at trailheads 15.4% 43.6% 16.0% 7.1% 1.6% 16.3% Q36-10. Adequacy of trail information available online 12.7% 32.8% 15.7% 5.5% 0.7% 32.5% Q36-11. Adequacy of wayfinding signage along trails 12.9% 40.8% 17.8% 8.0% 1.8% 18.8% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11309-03-19 TC Packet Page 246 of 338 247 WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q36. Based on your experience(s) with our local parks and trails, please rate your level of satisfaction with each of the following trail systems and rule enforcement. (without "don't know") (N=676) Very Very satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied dissatisfied Q36-1. Trail etiquette exhibited by other trail users 14.0% 51.8% 15.6% 14.3% 4.3% Q36-2. Overall enforcement of seasonal trail closures 24.1% 56.4% 15.6% 3.0% 0.9% Q36-3. Overall enforcement of leash laws 12.8% 35.1% 20.7% 18.5% 12.8% Q36-4. Overall enforcement of trail rules (e.g. no dogs, equestrian only, etc.) 11.5% 40.1% 25.7% 14.2% 8.5% Q36-5. Overall enforcement of Nordic trail rules 13.0% 46.4% 29.7% 6.6% 4.2% Q36-6. Condition of park facilities & fields 27.9% 59.5% 9.9% 2.3% 0.3% Q36-7. Condition of paved surface trails & paths 18.6% 57.3% 13.7% 8.4% 2.0% Q36-8. Connectivity & effectiveness of trail network 20.9% 59.8% 11.5% 7.0% 0.9% Q36-9. Adequacy of trail information at trailheads 18.4% 52.1% 19.1% 8.5% 1.9% Q36-10. Adequacy of trail information available online 18.9% 48.7% 23.2% 8.1% 1.1% Q36-11. Adequacy of wayfinding signage along trails 15.8% 50.3% 21.9% 9.8% 2.2% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11409-03-19 TC Packet Page 247 of 338 248 Q38. Do you feel well informed on current issues facing the Town? Please select a number from 1 to 10 where 10 means "extremely informed" and 1 means "not at all informed." (N=676) Extre- Not at mely all Not inform- inform- provid- ed 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 ed ed Q38. Are you well informed on current issues facing Town 4.7% 8.7% 18.3% 19.5% 12.3% 12.7% 8.0% 4.9% 3.1% 3.4% 4.3% WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q38. Do you feel well informed on current issues facing the Town? Please select a number from 1 to 10 where 10 means "extremely informed" and 1 means "not at all informed." (without "not provided") (N=676) Extreme- Not at ly all informed 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 informed Q38. Are you well informed on current issues facing Town 4.9% 9.1% 19.2% 20.4% 12.8% 13.3% 8.3% 5.1% 3.2% 3.6% 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11509-03-19 TC Packet Page 248 of 338 249 Q39. How do you currently access government news and information, including information about Town services? Q39. How do you currently access government news & information, including information about Town services Number Percent Town website (www.tosv.com) 292 43.2 % Town e-newsletters/alerts 278 41.1 % Newspaper articles 454 67.2 % Newspaper advertisements 123 18.2 % Social media (Facebook/Twitter) 144 21.3 % Friends/family/word of mouth 270 39.9 % Forums or meetings 51 7.5 % Grassroots TV/CGTV 22 3.3 % Other 9 1.3 % Total 1643 Q39-9. Other Q39-9. Other Number Percent Radio 1 11.1 % Newspaper 1 11.1 % Brian is great spreading the word about important happenings in the Town 1 11.1 % Town information board at the center 1 11.1 % Top of the Village newsletters 1 11.1 % Mailers 1 11.1 % Condominium management letter 1 11.1 % Information sent by property managers 1 11.1 % Destination resorts 1 11.1 % Total 9 100.0 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11609-03-19 TC Packet Page 249 of 338 250 Q40. Do you feel your voice is adequately heard by the Town? Q40. Is your voice adequately heard by Town Number Percent Yes 180 26.6 % No 131 19.4 % Don't know/no opinion 365 54.0 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT DON’T KNOW Q40. Do you feel your voice is adequately heard by the Town? (without "don't know/no opinion") Q40. Is your voice adequately heard by Town Number Percent Yes 180 57.9 % No 131 42.1 % Total 311 100.0 % Q41. Are you a registered voter in Snowmass Village? Q41. Are you a registered voter in Snowmass Village Number Percent Yes 310 45.9 % No 350 51.8 % Not provided 16 2.4 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT NOT PROVIDED Q41. Are you a registered voter in Snowmass Village? (without "not provided") Q41. Are you a registered voter in Snowmass Village Number Percent Yes 310 47.0 % No 350 53.0 % Total 660 100.0 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11709-03-19 TC Packet Page 250 of 338 251 Q42a. How long have you lived within, or owned property within the Town of Snowmass Village? (Residents only) Q42a. How long have you lived or owned property within Town of Snowmass Village Number Percent Less than 1 year 15 2.7 % 1-5 years 89 15.9 % 6-15 years 131 23.4 % 15+ years 318 56.7 % Not provided 8 1.4 % Total 561 100.0 % WITHOUT NOT PROVIDED Q42a. How long have you lived within, or owned property within the Town of Snowmass Village? (Residents only) (without "not provided") Q42a. How long have you lived or owned property within Town of Snowmass Village Number Percent Less than 1 year 15 2.7 % 1-5 years 89 16.1 % 6-15 years 131 23.7 % 15+ years 318 57.5 % Total 553 100.0 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11809-03-19 TC Packet Page 251 of 338 252 Q42b. What is your zip code? Q42b. What is your zip code Number Percent 10022 1 0.1 % 10024 1 0.1 % 10028 1 0.1 % 10065 1 0.1 % 10549 1 0.1 % 10580 1 0.1 % 11201 1 0.1 % 11710 1 0.1 % 15143 1 0.1 % 16803 1 0.1 % 19426 1 0.1 % 20815 1 0.1 % 20852 1 0.1 % 23185 1 0.1 % 28480 1 0.1 % 28803 1 0.1 % 29909 1 0.1 % 29926 1 0.1 % 30097 1 0.1 % 30577 1 0.1 % 32541 1 0.1 % 33062 1 0.1 % 33330 1 0.1 % 33408 2 0.3 % 33432 1 0.1 % 33446 1 0.1 % 33486 1 0.1 % 33912 1 0.1 % 33957 1 0.1 % 34215 1 0.1 % 34236 1 0.1 % 35223 1 0.1 % 37069 1 0.1 % 38133 1 0.1 % 40222 1 0.1 % 44233 1 0.1 % 45040 1 0.1 % 45206 1 0.1 % 45434 1 0.1 % 45805 1 0.1 % 46250 1 0.1 % 46256 1 0.1 % 47906 1 0.1 % 48236 1 0.1 % 48302 1 0.1 % 52401 1 0.1 % 54952 1 0.1 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 11909-03-19 TC Packet Page 252 of 338 253 Q42b. What is your zip code? Q42b. What is your zip code Number Percent 55331 1 0.1 % 60010 1 0.1 % 60091 2 0.3 % 60521 1 0.1 % 60540 1 0.1 % 60613 1 0.1 % 60654 1 0.1 % 61254 1 0.1 % 61822 1 0.1 % 63105 1 0.1 % 63141 1 0.1 % 67206 1 0.1 % 68154 1 0.1 % 70124 1 0.1 % 72205 1 0.1 % 74003 1 0.1 % 74114 1 0.1 % 75205 1 0.1 % 75225 3 0.4 % 75701 1 0.1 % 77401 1 0.1 % 77566 1 0.1 % 78703 1 0.1 % 78731 1 0.1 % 78746 1 0.1 % 80015 1 0.1 % 80126 1 0.1 % 80132 1 0.1 % 80134 1 0.1 % 80207 1 0.1 % 80227 1 0.1 % 80301 1 0.1 % 80448 1 0.1 % 80525 1 0.1 % 81403 1 0.1 % 81601 3 0.4 % 81611 33 4.9 % 81615 482 71.3 % 81621 14 2.1 % 81623 27 4.0 % 81625 1 0.1 % 81652 1 0.1 % 81654 9 1.3 % 87063 1 0.1 % 87102 1 0.1 % 87505 1 0.1 % 90803 1 0.1 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 12009-03-19 TC Packet Page 253 of 338 254 Q42b. What is your zip code? Q42b. What is your zip code Number Percent 91304 1 0.1 % 91320 1 0.1 % 92629 1 0.1 % 92705 1 0.1 % 94061 1 0.1 % 94526 1 0.1 % 95404 1 0.1 % 98391 1 0.1 % Not provided 8 1.2 % Total 676 100.0 % Q43. What is your age? Q43. Your age Number Percent 18-28 years 25 3.7 % 29-39 years 90 13.3 % 40-54 years 146 21.6 % 55-64 years 145 21.4 % 64-75 years 184 27.2 % >75 years 58 8.6 % Not provided 28 4.1 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT NOT PROVIDED Q43. What is your age? (without "not provided") Q43. Your age Number Percent 18-28 years 25 3.9 % 29-39 years 90 13.9 % 40-54 years 146 22.5 % 55-64 years 145 22.4 % 64-75 years 184 28.4 % >75 years 58 9.0 % Total 648 100.0 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 12109-03-19 TC Packet Page 254 of 338 255 Q44. Would you describe yourself as... Q44. Your race/ethnicity Number Percent Asian/Pacific Islanders 5 0.7 % Caucasian (non-Hispanic) 584 86.4 % Latino or Hispanic 15 2.2 % Native American or Aleut 4 0.6 % Other 6 0.9 % Total 614 Q44-6. Other Q44-6. Other Number Percent Mixed 2 33.3 % Brown 1 16.7 % Asian Indian and Jewish 1 16.7 % Descendants of European immigrants 1 16.7 % French & Mexican 1 16.7 % Total 6 100.0 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 12209-03-19 TC Packet Page 255 of 338 256 Q45. What is your approximate combined household annual income? Q45. Your approximate total household annual income Number Percent <$49,999K 58 8.6 % $50K–$74,999 78 11.5 % $75K–$99,999 62 9.2 % $100K–$149,999 85 12.6 % $150K–$249,999 83 12.3 % $250K–$399,999 49 7.2 % $400K–$599,999 22 3.3 % >$600K 56 8.3 % Not provided 183 27.1 % Total 676 100.0 % WITHOUT NOT PROVIDED Q45. What is your approximate combined household annual income? (without "not provided") Q45. Your approximate total household annual income Number Percent <$49,999K 58 11.8 % $50K–$74,999 78 15.8 % $75K–$99,999 62 12.6 % $100K–$149,999 85 17.2 % $150K–$249,999 83 16.8 % $250K–$399,999 49 9.9 % $400K–$599,999 22 4.5 % >$600K 56 11.4 % Total 493 100.0 % 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Findings Report Page 12309-03-19 TC Packet Page 256 of 338 257     …helping organizations make better decisions since 1982  Submitted to the Town of Snowmass Village ETC Institute  725 W. Frontier Lane,  Olathe, Kansas   66061  August 2019 Town of Snowmass  Village Community  Survey   Open Ended Comments 09-03-19 TC Packet Page 257 of 338 258       Contents      Question 9 .................................................................................... 1  Question 11 ................................................................................ 12  Question 13 ................................................................................ 16  Question 14 ................................................................................ 25  Question 24 ................................................................................ 41  Question 27 ................................................................................ 50  Question 31 ................................................................................ 55  Question 35 ................................................................................ 63  Question 37 ................................................................................ 69      09-03-19 TC Packet Page 258 of 338 259 Q9. Do you have any comments about services provided by the Housing Department that you’d like to share? 1. Create a permanent exhibit for the Mastodons. Nowhere in the world does a skiing community have this “one of a kind” major find to showcase to the world, our children and grandchildren creating an exhibit similar to the Bible Museum in Washington, D.C. which is interactive showing the four previous extinctions along with climate change aspects. This should be on everyone’s priority list. With the wealth of the people here, I am sure there are major donors who’d like to see their names up on a screen into perpetuity. 2.Allow all single-family owners on at least 20,000 square foot lots to build “tiny homes” and not charge a price for this additional square feet to enhance the family orientation of SMV so that our parents, or grown children or employees needing housing could have this option. 3. To change the Post Office ASAP. 4.To connect the mountains together as in Europe. First connect SM to Buttermilk. Aspen to Highlands, and then Highlands to Buttermilk. Then you have the most awesome place, creating a world class place with uniqueness that is on the cutting edge of being environmentally and socially conscientious with our community at large. $850,000 for a deed restricted house is totally unjustified. If someone can afford a house that expensive, then they do not need it to be subsidized. I feel that housing in the $350,000 and up but not more than $600,000 is more justified. A 2 bedroom unit in Creekside has been unoccupied for two years due to the death of the owner. It seems shameful that this unit has not been occupied by qualified residents. ADA units to be occupied by ADA persons and requalify every few years as with the income/work qualifications. Adding low income housing will increase crime in the area. I know because as soon as they did it in our area, that is what happened. We have friends in law enforcement, and they have confirmed this as the service calls have gone up in our area. Adequate parking is 1.5 spaces per bedroom. Less than 1.5 parking spaces per bedroom will have many future negative impacts. Where will plumbers and other service workers park with their tools and supplies? Just one example of many. Adequate parking will have a calming effect. No adequate parking will cause many permanent problems. Allow more incentives for single family housing residents to make improvements to the cheap materials used when purchased. 25 years as a resident, no allowance for energy saving improvements, i.e. roof, windows, landscaping. TOSV should subsidize replacing roofs on homes to save energy, replacing worthless inefficient windows. Although family housing is needed for employees, family can be raised in townhomes and condominiums as long as there is adequate open space around for kids to play in. Proximity to bus stops and services should also be a deciding factor. Employee projects should be mandated to have and HOA that collects reserves each month for ongoing capital improvements on a regular schedule. As an owner in Capital Peak Condos in the Base Village, I am directly subsidizing the 5 employee units via their 50% HOA fees. Why shouldn’t all Snowmass Taxpayers be subsidizing this additional cost? As a senior who worked for 35 years, I would love to see senior housing in Snowmass. Attractive senior housing is needed as older employees who will want to downgrade from employee housing, opening up housing for younger employees and families. Bears a real problem summer 2019. Betsy Crum has been an incredible addition to TOSV. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 109-03-19 TC Packet Page 259 of 338 260  Big thanks to the maintenance employees who maintain the club commons.  By far the best housing program of any resort community in Colorado. Aspen and Pitkin County have no clue, they should listen to Snowmass Village.  Change the pets rule. For such a dog friendly valley, the housing should be too.  Cost of living is already really high.  Council and Mayor are doing a great job. Businesses need more good employees, therefore the businesses should pay the employees more. Village of Snowmass should not get involved in development of housing. Leave this to the private sector. There is a market need for affordable housing for employees. That means businesses which can build and sell or rent housing for a profit should satisfy that need. The Village should just set building standards and OK permits that meet the TOSV requirements.  Deed restricted housing should be for working people and not for seniors. Not interested in subsidizing someone else’s retirement. Once person is no longer working, they need to move on so that working people can live there.  Do not give away what our ancestors and current owners have worked so hard for.  Do we need to build a lot of employee housing? If the rules were enforced, we may not need as much employee housing construction as we think. Enforce the employee housing rules.  Does the Town have an overall plan for employee housing? I would like to know what that is. How much will be built, what kind of housing and where will it be built? Who will pay for it? Taxpayers?  Dog friendly housing is lacking. That is why we are free market year round renting residents. Dogs lives matter. Thanks.  Don’t want the impacts of more people in town.  Enough affordable housing.  Even without the mighty Joe Coffey, the Housing Department continues to impress. Betsy, Terri, and the maintenance guys are all top notch.  Excellent.  Focus should be on rental units, one to two bedrooms.  From every window being completely fogged up and full of moisture to carpet that is so old that it’s completely worn off to a fridge that’s falling apart piece by piece. Upkeep seems to only be directed to bigger issue and how it looks from the outside since regular paint jobs and new roofs surely are done.  Great that you are looking into new options. Availability should be to anyone whose work takes them into the Village, even if they are part of a multi-nodal business that has interactions with other communities or businesses in the valley.  Have not had any interactions with housing department.  Housing department must examine its position on capital improvements on deed restricted units. The ownership is not free market. There is no way to capture the large costs of retaining walls, roofs, boilers, etc. It should not be the financial responsibilities when as an owner one cannot recapture any of these costs.  Housing for locals in this community is of utmost importance. I know a resident who has been renting for 18 years, trying to get into the deed restricted housing market, but finding it impossible so far. Unacceptable. The locals need to be able to live where they work and play.  Housing is a bottomless pit, so when you find yourself in a hole, just stop digging.  I am part of the Creekside Condominium Homeowners and I do not feel the town is properly handling the situations/condo’s involving two homeowners that have either passed away or been absent for a number of years to date. This neglect is prolonging the opportunity of several employees the option to 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 209-03-19 TC Packet Page 260 of 338 261 live here in Snowmass Village where they may work. It seems as though someone is not doing their due diligence in solving such a problem and it is not understood why by much of the community.  I hope Snowmass Village recognizes the importance of opening employee housing up to Aspen School District teachers. We pay taxes and our children are being not only taught by the teacher but often cared for above and beyond “course curriculum” by the teachers. We lose very competent teachers because they can’t afford to live where there is no employee housing support. They should be considered for employee housing here and we as Snowmass residents should support our children’s teachers.  I know that everyone gets busy with things they have to do for work. But when I call housing to make maintenance request, they never seem to be too concerned for what I’m calling about. For the amount of money I’m paying to live in employee housing, I’m expecting them to be a little more professional than what they’ve been giving. I have made a request for things that were missing or weren’t working when I moved in from the fault of the previous tenants and they still have not been addressed. What do I do?  I own a home and am self-employed, but I feel we need to have housing for employees.  I question if it is financially responsible for the town of Snowmass to fund such a large amount for employee housing. Also, why are we subsidizing housing for those whose incomes is substantial? I believe a more thorough study of the economics of Snowmass’s employee housing commitments should be done.  I recently went to the housing department to find out about employee housing. My circumstances are changing, and I may need to move. As someone who is semiretired, I was surprised to find out that after living in Snowmass for almost 30 years, and living in the valley since 1971, I am not eligible for employee housing either in Snowmass Village or in Pitkin County.  I strongly feel that the affordable housing department is not meeting the needs of employees who have worked here for years. Major employers (Skico, Alpine Management, etc.) get housing just by telling the department that “this employee has lived here (x) years”. There is no verification system in place. A federal tax return should be used showing a minimum of 3-5 years of employment in SMV. Taking the word of the employer is not verification if there is no documented paperwork to back it up. Why isn’t this being addressed now that we have a new Housing Director? We need much more affordable housing in SMV. Apartments seem the best use of the expensive land, especially if they back up to the mountain like the Town Hall does.  I think the one pet per unit should be allowed in Town owned rental units. I realize not all pets behave well, so I would suggest that there be a “pet test”, and if said pet passes the test, then that renter should be allowed to have a pet in their unit.  I think building more affordable rental/ownership unites would be wise.  I think for the area we live in, it’s ridiculous that the Town of Snowmass doesn’t provide any housing in which people can own pets. I know people would be more than willing to pay a pet deposit in order to live in Snowmass in an affordable unit.  I think it is absolutely unreasonable to offer employee housing that does not allow pets, dogs in particular. We keep adding high stress events, concerts, races, that fill every weekend and we push valley employees to work crazy hours and then send them home to a sterile pre-fab box. Housing is housing and people need animals to complete their lives and to de-stress. Don’t bother building housing if you are not treating the tenants or owners as humans. Pets and parking are necessary. Castle Ridge is sterile, no color, no life.  I think that the housing department has a very difficult job. My family lives in employee housing and quite honestly we would not be able to live, work, and raise our family in such an amazing place without the opportunity to buy our deed restricted home. I am thrilled that the Coffey housing project is moving 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 309-03-19 TC Packet Page 261 of 338 262 forward. It gives other families and people a chance to live where they work and become more involved with such a wonderful community. It is extremely hard to work in a community and then drive away to live in another. Well done.  I think that they have always done an excellent job.  I think the service of the housing department has been great over the years and new leadership has done well with keeping it a great place.  I think there should be a better system in place for purchasing and moving within the employee housing program, from larger to smaller specifically. There are many seniors that need to downsize soon.  I think they work hard to keep everything in good shape.  I think we have sufficient deed-restricted units. Thank you for asking. Note that as a principle of economics, the longer the waiting list, the bigger the oversupply. A wait list means you are subsidizing too much, not that there is insufficient employee housing. Look it up if you disagree with me.  I think we need to build more employee housing within the Village, in particular rental housing. The Base level employees, and many above Base level, can no longer afford to live in the Upper Village, and some are forced to live as far away as Rifle. It will soon be very difficult to attract high quality employees to Snowmass Village. This town relies on intelligent and energetic young people coming for the short term and deciding to give up what could be a more financially lucrative life somewhere else so they can live here. These young employees are now staring down sky-rocketing prices for free- market rentals, and years before they can move far enough up the rental list. The draw of Snowmass dissipates when living up valley becomes impossible. Because of this, we are staring down a future of rotating bottom rung employees and nobody to promote to the next level. So many of the amazing people running the various businesses and services of our town would not be here if it were not for employee housing, we should not price out the next generation. I believe we need to be less selfish and nostalgic so that we can progress as a resort and a community.  I was appalled to see the prices for the single-family homes that are proposed for Coffee Place. If I remember correctly, the price range started above $500,000 and topped out above $800,000. This price range for deed restricted housing is absurdly high, and Joe is rolling over in his grave. I hope TOSV can do something to bring the prices into a more affordable range.  I wish there were more pets allowed in the rental units.  I work as an emergency dispatcher for Pitkin county. I think it’s important to make the employee housing open to dispatchers since we directly work for and represent all of Pitkin county, including dispatching for Snowmass Village.  I would like to see more pet-friendly employee housing.  I would like to see the housing department implement incentives for homeowners to make major improvements to their deed restricted homes (like replacing windows that are no longer code) and have that cost added to the home value.  I would like to see the Town Council enforce current or increase the affordable housing required in our regulations/codes instead of giving relief and permission to developers to build more second homes.  I’m concerned about the aging population in areas, i.e. Crossroads and maybe Rodeo Drive homes. The plan for that housing, as I understand it, has not worked. I’m also concerned that our Valley does not have a multi-level living that is reasonably affordable for the independent living, then assisted, then memory care. Our valley, county, and area desperately needs that. I understand how expensive land is and the need for developers to make a profit. We need to make this discussion and action a priority so people who have spent their lives working in this valley can remain here in accommodation that they can afford. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 409-03-19 TC Packet Page 262 of 338 263  I’m not certain they care about the fact that a large number of people living in Snowmass Village employee housing are not, in fact, employees in Snowmass Village.  Important to have nice affordable housing to offer for strong employment Base and to attract worthy candidates for employment. As development of Base Village and new housing in this area is completed, I do not think continued non-employee residential building is important. There should be a period of time where the Town absorbs the impact of the new growth and addresses business, safety, and service needs that new growth created.  In the winter, it takes until about midday to get our parking lots plowed and sidewalks shoveled. Also, the cleanliness of the neighborhood could be improved (i.e. having families pick up after toys and smokers pick up their butts).  It is difficult finding housing for employees here. I don’t have a large enough income though to help employees pay for their housing. We need more affordable housing for workers. Even if they could afford to live here, there just aren’t openings very often.  It is ridiculous still that there is a problem with people living in employee housing only during winter and then they rent it out the rest of the year when families could be living in them.  It is very frustrating that Snowmass Village restricts housing opportunities provided by the town only to people who serve the town in specific ways. I teach Snowmass Village residents, but the town does not recognize me as someone who provides a service and I, therefore, do not benefit from housing here. I work for this town and would like to be acknowledged in that by being afforded the same opportunities that someone manning the gondola does. The hospital also supports this town and is not acknowledged. We’re not asking for more representation, more of a chance than anyone else, but we would like to have the same chances as the family who works for the hotel in the town itself. We serve this community, we love this community, it would be nice if the community would recognize us back.  It needs to actually be affordable, the “affordable” housing is still ridiculous.  I’ve lived in Aspen since the mid-70’s, and have for the most part been employed each and every year (recovering from back fusion surgery, so not much income unfortunately over the past year since my boss of 4+ years required full time care/move to Heritage), but have yet to be “winning’ the opportunity of employee housing; longevity in the valley should be given more credence than those here only 8 years having the same opportunity.  Lack of affordable housing. With the growth of Base Village, retailers are not going to be able to stay in business as they will not be able to recruit or retain employees because of the cost of living and lack of affordable housing. The service quality will drop significantly which will result in Snowmass will have a poor service reputation, which will impact tourism. Tourists spend a lot of money to vacation here, and having a lack of workers will significantly impact that experience.  Laundry room is disgusting. The machines have never been maintained/cleaned. Open the little drawer to add your laundry detergent and they’re all filled with black mold growth. Open the glass door to the washers, and they’re covered in dirt/mold/mildew. There are no “common area housekeepers”. I don’t think this position even exists. How can that be? I dread doing laundry because it feels like my clothes are getting dirtier by putting them in those machines, or like I am going to catch hepatitis. Seriously, take a field trip to the laundry room in Mountain View II (or probably any of the other laundry rooms) and open the dispenser drawers and glass doors to the washers, or the dryers with the build-up of years of everybody’s lint (and peanuts and hair, etc.) surrounding the lint screens. So gross.  Let the market drive housing. Tax dollars should not.  Make developer responsible for building employee housing. Too often they take the money and run.  Mold issues in units covered up by paint. Mold in toilets and walls and in shower cannot be remedied. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 509-03-19 TC Packet Page 263 of 338 264  More housing and make it affordable to the people that make this place what it is. I don’t need to hear about how many houses someone owns if I cannot afford my own rent.  More senior housing on flat ground, two bedroom, 1200 square foot with sunny views.  My business is a single owner/employee operation.  My general impression is that the town is not interested in working with/talk to/hear from neighbors in building new housing. They do a good job of communicating about the housing but aren’t really listening to the needs of the neighbors and greater community.  Need more parking at the Base for day use.  Need to acknowledge that after 30 years a home should get credit for improvements in a resale, especially if the original “improvements” that they had to pay for are starting to fall apart.  Need to have employee units occupied by SMV employees that work at least 6 months in the Village. Doesn’t seem to be enforced.  Need to have more supervision on condition of employee housing maintenance.  Not a fan of the recent development of the Base Village and the future planned development of the additional ten homesites on Fanny Hill and where Clark’s Market, Post Office is. I do not feel the infrastructure on the mountain supports the additional influx of people. Parking is becoming more limited. Restaurants on the mountain during peak season are over capacity. Developers are ruining the mountain to increase their pocketbook rather than focusing on the overall impact on the quaintness of Snowmass. We purchased a place in Snowmass vs. Aspen because it is quiet in Snowmass and there is not the traffic and number of people that Aspen has. The more you develop Snowmass, the more Basalt, Carbondale, and places down valley develop which then increases traffic and people coming to Snowmass. I have seen what development has done to Dallas, Austin, and Houston where there has been no investment in infrastructure to support the influx of people. Just developers building mid and high rises cheaply to make a buck with no forethought for parking, traffic, grocery stores, crime, etc. Please do not let Snowmass Village become a victim of developers. They build and leave the mess for the rest of us to deal with once they get paid.  Not interested in town supported senior housing. Any employee housing should only be for actively working people. Those who have retired need to move and make way for the next generation.  Not sure it is necessary to build $1-$1.5M value “subsidized” units. Seems odd to be building units for the higher paid employees in the valley versus those who need help to live anywhere near their place of work/community involvement.  Not taking care of some rental housing. Poor exterior maintenance.  One can see lots of TOSV pickup trucks driving around the community, executing on daily basis work assignments, but no one goes around the town and picks up litter (usually plastic and aluminum containers, wrappers, etc.). Does TOSV educate residents or tourists about our mountain environment? Does TOSV enforce the responsibility and sustainability behavior to individuals and businesses and businesses that litter?  Options for deed restricted owners to downsize.  Overall, I think the grounds could be kept up a little better in certain places.  People should be paid well enough not to have to live in subsidized housing. If we didn’t provide subsidized housing, don’t you think they would have to be paid more/  People should be responsible for their own housing. If they have problems with that, they should live in a less expensive community.  Perhaps if the Housing Department enforced the regulations and requirements that are “supposed” to be followed to live in employee housing, we wouldn’t need much more. Too many people are not in compliance, and still living in a deed restricted unit. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 609-03-19 TC Packet Page 264 of 338 265  Pitkin County employees should receive better placement on the priority system for rentals and purchases. Snowmass Village is part of Pitkin County, but excluded when it comes to housing. We are supposed to be more integrated between Aspen and Snowmass with our communities and initiatives; however, the housing situation just creates separation. In addition, many of us work hard to promote the destination and both resort towns, Aspen and Snowmass. I feel like many of us work hard to bring business to both Villages, with no help to apply to employee housing. I have lived in Snowmass for seven years, for a total combined of 14 years (between Aspen and Snowmass), and I receive a much lower of importance than people who have lived here for a fraction of my time in the valley.  Please re-look/re-vamp income and asset level requirements.  Please work towards having all town owned rental units occupied by Snowmass full-time employment. An annual audit and correction would fix the town housing issues.  Provide a little bit more funding for basic services like snow shoveling, grounds maintenance, basic service calls. Town housing staff is stretched very thin, which makes no sense giving the funding and revenue they generate monthly.  Provide compost in all deed restricted housing.  Rent to stop going up every year.  Residence should have a discounted pass to the recreation center.  Senior housing is not a town responsibility.  Senior housing should not be subsidized by the town. All town housing should be for active workers. Developers need to be self-supporting for worker housing. They are making outrageous money and leaving the problems to the town.  Snowmass currently has many large-scale condominium and apartment complexes. The scale of these buildings in my opinion detracts from the beauty of our community. I am in favor of providing affordable housing, but feel the scale should not be overbearing. It also concerns me that by developing large scale affordable housing complexes we will be increasing population and congestion in the Village. We have a family business and would be interested in developing housing for our employees. We are open to all options.  Snowmass needs to reach a critical mass of year-round residents to become a town. We need to look no further than Basalt or Carbondale or Aspen to see what a real town looks like. Things might slow down in the off-season, but the town does not shut down. No expert can tell you how many residents are required to have a town, so the solution is to focus on full-time residents until Snowmass is more than a glorified subdivision. I would like to turn towards Snowmass when we go out instead of saying, “are we going to Basalt or Aspen?”  Staff is fantastic. We just need more housing, a lot more housing.  Staff is great to work with.  Stop allowing building on all the green spaces. You’re already allowing too much corporate spending and over building in our nice community. No more new living unit buildings.  Stop thinking and using the word “beds” and start using thinking and using words like “home”. Residents want to call Snowmass home and to stop feeling like it is just a temporary place to sleep and put up with employee housing. The new construction plans are better but still too clustered and rumored to be too expensive. More green, such as plants, bushes, and trees between units or homes. I don’t know anyone that lives here that wants their neighbors to be on top of them all the time or to stay inside all the time. A little bit of space goes a long way.  Subsidized housing should be only for actively working people. Developers should be responsible for providing worker housing, not funding, not lip service, actually building the housing as an integral part of any development. SkiCo has an abysmal record of this and Limelight is a prime example of square 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 709-03-19 TC Packet Page 265 of 338 266 footage not taxed but provides revenue for them, foisting expenses on everyone else and vastly under- providing housing for the people that work for them.  Thanks.  The affordable housing rates that were recently shared in the newspaper on Saturday, June 1st of this year is a complete joke. $523,767 for a two-bedroom condominium isn’t affordable for employees.  The appliances need upgrading. Having only a single bathroom on the second floor is somewhat of a pain (wish there was at least a half-bath on the main floor). I’d love it if there was more hot/hotter water. A little weed management (landscaping) is necessary.  The Base Village is nice, but I believe it has divided the town. I’m not sure if this relates to your question, but since I just answered housing questions, I’d put it here too.  The carpet in my housing is falling apart, dusty, and old. Parts of apartment needs renovation.  The experiment with owner-occupied dwellings for employee housing is a failure. There are so many units that are not occupied with the total possible residents (families with kids grown and gone0, and retirees that have had their units since they were build and have no intention of leaving anytime soon. We need employee housing only on a rental basis so you can move people around when their situations change. It all sounded like a good idea at the time, to develop owner occupied dwellings and now it is time to revisit the whole situation.  The Housing Department does a terrific job. Keep it up.  The Housing Department is great. However, I do know that not all of the “affordable” units are Snowmass Village employees, some are County employees.  The housing in this area is a huge deal. There is nothing affordable. My family is looking to move next year for this reason. We have been employed in this community for the past 5-6 years.  The need for more rental and deed restricted units that are affordable.  The new price points of the homes that are about to be developed is ridiculous. I am not sure who they think is going to be able to afford them as residents of Snowmass Village, except Mountain Manager, Senior Town staff maybe, and general managers. They will go to Pitkin County individuals or you will have TOSV employees over burdening themselves with too high of mortgages. Figure out a way to reduce the cost. Additionally, step up the housing offices’ review of applications. It is ridiculous that people are buying who clearly own other property in town. It makes the whole system look bad.  The only way to get great quality services and businesses is to help with housing. Deed restricted homes are the only way to go. It is very important to the future of our town. On a different note: we have a five-bedroom single family home. All of our children are out of the house now. We would like to downsize but there is no way to go from a deed restricted single-family home to a free market condo. There should be an option for couples to downsize within the housing guidelines. That then frees up larger homes for new families that need the room.  The price of Coffey Place housing units is absolutely ridiculous. Who are you trying to house? We might as well move down valley and buy free market.  The prices for the proposed units at Coffey Place are way too high for most working people. There just are not that many high paying jobs in Snowmass to qualify for the mortgage while meeting the employment requirements.  The teachers at the Aspen School District should have the same priority as the employees who work in Snowmass Village. The children of Snowmass Village go to the Aspen Public Schools and are taught by the teachers who work there. I see no difference between a teacher who works at the Little Red School House and a teacher who works within the Aspen Public School System.  The town is way behind in keeping up with employee housing. Respectfully, I often wonder what the housing department is actually doing as I see no progress. Instead, I see an extreme shortage for all 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 809-03-19 TC Packet Page 266 of 338 267 housing from seasonal rentals to single family homes. The few ideas/plans that I’ve heard discussed seem to be all talk with no action. I think housing needs to be a top priority. The Human Resources around here is incredibly challenging which limits the quality of services that can be provided and ultimately ability to draw more guest to the area. I believe the lack of not only affordable housing, but even just available housing is the main culprit. I know this is a valley wide issue, but Snowmass seems to be particularly behind. I was hopeful with a new Director, we would finally see some movement, but so far, I am very disappointed.  The Town ultimately has no business using taxpayer dollars to fund real estate projects such as for sale employee housing at a loss. The Town is already running into issues, much like Aspen, wherein residents that once met the requirements for employee housing are aging and retiring but not selling their employee housing unit. Herein lies the biggest issue the Town will face, entitlements. The survey question implies the Town is aware of the housing problem and quite simply the individuals not in compliance (whether they’ve been here 5 years or 50 years) need to sell their unit. If the Town is going to use taxpayer dollars for anything related to real estate, it should be for short term rental units only. The idea that everyone who comes to live in Snowmass Village has the “right” to own a home and that it’s the Town’s responsibility to make that happen is backwards.  The towns/cities of Aspen and Snowmass need to embrace density. SMV will not thrive as a neighborhood or town without density, lots of people. Restaurants, retail, and other services need an abundance of local residents to thrive. I’m disappointed in how the council stifles (places so many hurdles) to development and progress. SMV needs to get with the times.  There is a great need of options for seasonal and year round employees.  There is no senior housing and I believe a large number of residents are becoming seniors.  There is way too much focus on employee housing. More does not need to be built in Snowmass Village. The town has many better uses for its money and commuting is a fact of life for most workers in the country. Land here is precious and expensive, and open space should be protected at all cost.  There just is not enough housing available for the expanding workforce in Snowmass Village. Ski Company has the commons and a lot of down valley housing, but the independent workforce here has a really tough time finding affordable housing anywhere between Carbondale and Aspen. Our workers represent the town and if we cannot provide for them, we will lose them.  There needs to be special attention given towards the noise curfew hours. Some tenants are staying up all night playing their video games, which has the effect of bombs blowing up and machine guns echoing upstairs and downstairs throughout the apartment units at Brush Creek 500. The walls are thin between apartment units and it doesn’t take much to hear everything. I can accept noise during the daytime, but night is when most of us try to sleep so we can go to work refreshed the next day. This just doesn’t happen anymore because nobody is reminding with memos and then enforcing the quiet time rules, which I believe are from 10 pm to 7 am. Please, give this issue the same attention as tenants leaving their personal belongings on the balcony. Post memos, remind, and do not tolerate the loud video games. Make them use headphones if they have to play.  There needs enforcement to make sure people who actually work in Snowmass Village live in Snowmass Village housing. There are many people who work elsewhere in the valley in employee housing. Overall, there needs to be more employee housing, otherwise the working class will not survive in Snowmass Village.  There should be a method and incentive to downsize for older deed restricted residents to open up existing housing to young families while still providing senior housing to residents who have already raised their families.  They are doing a great job. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 909-03-19 TC Packet Page 267 of 338 268  They do a great job with what they have, but they need more inventory and to be able to enforce rules easily.  They need to help all who work in Snowmass regardless of how long they’ve been employed. One should not have to wait a year of working in the town to qualify for assistance. If I’m working full time, I should qualify immediately.  They work very had and we appreciate them very much. Housing is a cornerstone issue for many in the valley and their work has pivotal ripple effect throughout the community.  To make affordable housing for common workers in SMV.  Too many tax dollars get handed out to people who could easily commute from mid/down valley. Taxes should be cut. Middle class entitlements are way too big and way too costly in TOSV and in Aspen.  TOSV should not get involved in building housing. Do the zoning and permits, but let the free market supply the needs.  Ugh. I know that employee housing is super important; however, I don’t know what the best way is to solve the problem. I have thought that all new second homes must be built with an employee housing attached but I don’t know if this is practical.  Units are old and repaired cheaply, no insulation, no privacy. Smoking is a big issue. Snow removal, parking cleanup is great. Appreciate the employees that keep this up during winter.  Updates needed at MV. Exterior paint and maintenance, interior updates, (kitchen floor needs replaced). Just a lot of things need to be updated. Still living in the 90’s here. Maintenance vehicles need to park away from tenant parking spots (so aggravating). We all like to park near our units. Please park somewhere else.  Upper Woodbridge Road needs a speed bump across from the pool. People speed up and down Upper Woodbridge. A dog or kid is going to get killed. I have sent emails and our HOA manager has contacted the city and nothing has been done.  Very happy to see all the hard work housing does to maintain all the housing areas. Good job.  We are very unhappy about the direction growth is going in Snowmass Village. Building the monstrosity at the roundabout leading up the mountain has completely taken away our scenery of the mountain. Also, there should’ve been some setback that it doesn’t impose itself as we enter our beautiful Village and mall further up. Furthermore, the encouragement of bicyclists is ruining our mountain. Their refusal to dismount in spite of the signs pose a direct threat to those walking around the area. Can’t someone police this area to avoid a collision that is going to happen? Children are running around, and people are trying to visit safely in this very busy area. For these reasons, we are unhappy with the so-called improvements in our community. Looks like the almighty dollar has won. How unfortunate.  We have a great bus system. Thus, as a property owner, I am not willing to subsidize through taxes, bond issues, etc. the construction of low-income housing on expensive land in Snowmass itself. I would think it is fine to put it along Hwy 82 or downfalls. It is not practical to build affordable housing “within” Snowmass.  We have lived in the valley for 50 years and worked for 40 years. We would love to see housing for seniors that are now retired and financially need affordable housing.  We need affordable senior living options to open up current employee housing for empty nesters.  We need to lower the sales tax so we can support local businesses. Government is way too big and receives too much compensation from tax dollars. The town employees are receiving Cadillac health insurance funded by our tax dollars when we can barely afford high deductible bad health insurance. Offer an option of TOSV health plan to all Village residents.  We own free market whole ownership in Aspen as well as multiple fractional units in Snowmass Village for our family use. We grow increasingly tired of the constant increase in taxes and cry for more free 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1009-03-19 TC Packet Page 268 of 338 269 and “affordable” housing for employees and the scammers who actually work there making great wages and get very low housing deals, on the backs of the part-time owners who don’t have a voice or actual vote in the city matters that actually affect us and not those getting a free ride.  We think all housing should be paid for by developers. And an ongoing fund set up to support their businesses. They profit from renting spaces. They should be involved in keeping those businesses viable. The quality of our lives went down when developers came to town. I don’t want to subsidize their businesses. I pay more than strong wages to my employees. All have been with me for long periods of time and many have bought their own homes down valley.  We think it is important for the people who work in Snowmass to be able to afford to live here. How that is accomplished should be determined by those who know the demographics.  We were delighted when the tennis courts were built at the rec center. We have been part-time residents since 1978 and recently full time. Last year, the tennis courts had an active drop in scene for the drills 3 times a week. Things were hopping. This year, 2 of the courts were painted for pickleball. Who wants to or is able to play tennis with that design on the court? We showed up 5 times already for pickle ball drop-in which is scheduled a couple times a week. Each time, only 2 people were there, and some pro was giving a private lesson. The busy pickle ball is at Snowmass Club mostly. One conversion of tennis court to pickle ball would have been fine and enough, not two. Seems like there is much less action there this year than in the past.  When purchasing employee housing from seller and you discover problems, mold, electrical, etc. The problem needs to be solved between the buyer and the sellers. It seems to me the town should ensure these units are safe and sound to ensure the safety of the new owner. Without the town’s enforcement, these problems will be ignored and will only become more serious.  Where is the evidence that there is a compelling need for more affordable housing?  Why are you allowing all the ugly new condos at Base Village?  With employee housing so very limited, I would like the town to take more aggressive action to resell units that have been empty for more than two years.  With the increase in inventory, are we effectively increasing staff to maintain the units?  Work with APCHA. The fact that someone who works in Snowmass Village for only one year can get a unit before a 10-year Pitkin County employee is awful. I’d also like to see a report on compliance of those in the system.  You need to address the fact that employee housing is transitional and not meant for retirement. They have been kept up well over the years.  You should be building affordable housing and acquiring new locations like Snowmass Inn whenever you can.  You should have more pet-allowed units and more flexibility for the qualifying criteria for homes. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1109-03-19 TC Packet Page 269 of 338 270 Q11. Do you have any comments about services provided by the administration that you would like to share?  500K 2 bedroom “affordable housing” is a joke. Whoever gave up the go-ahead on this should lose their job.  All old plats/house plans should be digitized.  Are there recycling dumpsters? If so, where? In general, recycling is not economical, so I am not pushing for it. I will use if already available.  Are town offices closed at noon? Phone always goes to an answering machine during this hour. This is okay, but the message needs to say closed or staff are at lunch, and calls will be returned after 1 pm.  Barb Peckler at the front desk is very friendly and helpful.  Biased towards pleasing developer at the expense of Base Village residential owners.  Community Development Department needs work.  Continue to prioritize having staff trained and prepared for disaster preparedness. We have a lot to handle with so many tourists in town in the event of a natural disaster.  Dissolve GID.  Don’t know if this goes here, but we have issues with parking. I went to visit my mom and my black wagon in lot 12 was used for ticket-writing practice by SMVPD for the high crime/misdemeanor of “auto storage”. Conversely, in the summer especially, there are times when I cannot park in my own lot. This is a problem (higher parking fees for visitors seems like the move). Thank you.  Giving the weed license process the run around. Office looking unprofessional and without a plan.  Great job.  Have not had need to experience Q10.  Honestly, I don’t have any interaction with any of these departments, so cannot give an adequate response to their work.  I appreciate the chance to voice my concerns, and I think I’m being heard.  I did a remodel/addition on our home. I found the permit process to be vague and difficult to weed through. We would submit and I was told X isn’t allowed. However, I asked for what was allowed and I could not receive a concrete answer, resulting in an inefficient process of submitting and waiting.  I’m a rule follower, if I knew what they were, I would have had plans drawn up accordingly.  I did not answer these items, because I have not experienced dealing with these administrative functions.  I did not like the way Snowmass Conoco was treated during and after the sports car races.  I don’t feel that the town manager or director of public works are as involved in their operations or as responsive as I would prefer.  I don’t have a lot of interaction with town government but when I do, they are very helpful and friendly.  I feel the administration could be helping with the issues of missing residents in Creekside. Condominiums in order to solve the ongoing absentee problems; hence the negative reflection as being part of “the team”.  I have been trying to get the plans for my residence. Before the move, I knew right where they were. Since the move, I have not been able to locate them.  I have had to use 911 and the speed and service were exceptional.  I have had very little need for these services. My limited experiences have been positive.  I have never used these services. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1209-03-19 TC Packet Page 270 of 338 271  I know it’s not the Village’s responsibility, but the operation of the post office needs to improve. Individual citizens can’t seem to get the post office’s attention. Maybe the Village administration could lend a voice to the dissatisfaction.  I never needed any service.  I preferred when Council full meeting packets were available and posted online rather than only agendas.  I really like the program to provide parking during the winter, at a fee, for seniors.  I think the cost is reasonable, and is an amenity for local, regular users of the available parking lots under this program.  In approving a residential site plan, the director of Planning caved on maintaining heavily utilized ingress and egress over an existing water and sewer easement that allowed easy access to skiing and hiking from Creek Lane.  It doesn’t seem like much of a community. Just a place for tourists to come to. The town caters more to the guests than it does the locals.  It feels as if town employees are disconnected from the community. It seems that most town employees commute in and commute out and do not spend a substantial amount of time in the community.  It wasn’t that easy to get a business license for my acupuncture practice. Because I did not have a physical location (I perform house calls). They denied my application at first. It wasn’t until in ensured them that I would not be performing acupuncture out of my home that I was granted a license. I liked that the application and renewal and payment all went to an online platform, however I didn’t renew my license because of the expense.  It would be great if people could pay their housing and trash bills without a service fee or just a minimal one.  Keep it up and enjoy it.  Love the obvious push for transparency.  More outreach to part-time homeowners and helping with issues would be helpful. We pay taxes too.  My experience has been good.  No 4th of July fireworks? No community picnic? Should be a spirited community day at the Town Park, not at the mall. Boring for most community residents. Do it on the 3rd and in our designed Town Park, with shuttles to/from, games, SVFD shooting water from the fire trucks, fireworks from the Horse Ranch knob, where 1000’s of folks can throw out a blanket on grass, like it once was. The last two years of snowplowing has sucked, especially at Horse Ranch Drive. Several vehicles slid down into the park because it wasn’t plowed or sanded properly, because TOSV has cut back on taking good care of our roads in the past. What happened to the Thrash a Thistle program? The TOSV used to actually mitigate the weeds, now they say the weed control should be done by the adjacent property owners? Now the town has a guy drive alongside of the road in an ATV with weed sprayer, but is doing nothing about the medians at our front doorstep or around the housing areas. Third rate for a world class resort community.  One comment: Often the part-time residents may have valuable “public input”. Often second homeowners have above average resources, skills, and knowledge. But, also often, critical online information specific issues is not available early enough for the public to study or analyze prior to political decision making. Therefore, the talents and inputs of second homeowners is lost to the towbn. Parochialism results.  Please do not build a roundabout circle at Brush Creek and Owl Creek Roads. I totally agree with Tom Fridstein that it will change the character of our town. I travel this intersection many, many times a week and on weekends also. The wait is minimal compared to the cost and change of the landscape that 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1309-03-19 TC Packet Page 271 of 338 272 is so beautiful. Few small communities anywhere have gardens as glorious as the Ben Rawlins Garden at that intersection. That is a huge waste or money. I have lived here for many years and if any of the intersections is a pain in the neck, it is Faraway Road. Please don’t ever put a light there. I can wait my turn.  Positive experience with town management.  Public records. Town website needs to improve digital delivery of town council agendas and minutes. Currently, the service does not deliver even when signed up.  Rhonda Coxon is the best clerk ever.  Rhonda Coxon tends to be disgruntled when answering the phone and it would behoove the administration office to put someone else in charge of answering phones.  Slow to get TOSV building inspectors to visit per requests.  Snowmass was a pleasant, rural, family friendly, tourist community where citizens helped their neighbors solve problems. Now we are a city (with too many city people who fled other cities bringing their failed city ideas), full of roundabouts (a bad thing) and road furniture that is not calming (actually the opposite), closed hiking trails (a bad thing) for no good reason/just politics; ignoring science and logic, and parking hassles. Base Village and the Fanny Hill Cabins should have at least 1.5 parking spaces per residential bedroom as any other future commercial development (like at the center) or condos will take longer to sell and at a lower price (smaller real estate transfer taxes too). Inadequate commercial parking will result in fewer sales at restaurants, retail stores; with reduced sales tax revenue to the government as locals and tourists will go elsewhere to shop.  The bus drivers are life savers.  The clerk sometimes acts disrespectfully to residents.  The mail is atrocious. Why doesn’t the town spend some of its extra cash and pay somebody to take care of this vastly inadequate service, since the federal government isn’t?  The Mayor asked part-time residents to complete the marijuana survey and then when the male members of council did not like the answer, they ignored the input. We need to vote in local elections because we provide most of the town income.  The online licensing system for business licenses is awful.  The system/process for applying for and renewing business licenses could be much improved and modernized.  The town Council should be running the community. Not the town manager’s office. No more roundabouts. Moved here to live in a quiet mountain community.  Town does not support part-time owners.  Town Manager insensitive to part-time residents.  Town Clerk great to every person.  Town officials tune out when they hear anything that doesn’t comply with their view.  Traffic regulation and enforcement.  Use your weight to fix the problems with the SMV Post Office. A disgrace and embarrassment.  We are not sure the Town Manager and the residents have the same goals for Snowmass Village. We are concerned about a push to develop more and wish to emphasize goal of “just big enough”. Base Village is more than enough of transforming Snowmass into Beaver Creek. We do not need more free market condos destroying the center, which is the locals’ services and point of contact. Nor do we need another traffic circle, especially at the Owl Creek intersection, where one very rarely has to wait for access. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1409-03-19 TC Packet Page 272 of 338 273 To keep Snowmass a family community where locals can live, we need more price-restricted housing, both rentals and owner-occupied and many fewer new rental and part-time residents condos and houses.  We need to fix the postal problem.  With few exceptions, really don’t care about part-time residents.  You’ll have to do a lot to overcome the blow you gave us several years ago when you voted out our private Roaring Fork Mountain Club over class warfare and valet parking emissions. Still get the feeling Mayor Marks may be the only sane voice in the city government. Meanwhile, SMV is a relatively dead town that can’t support enough good restaurants and bars.  Zoning department needs serious attention and improvement. Staff isn’t helpful or respectful. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1509-03-19 TC Packet Page 273 of 338 274 Q13-1. Are there any issues not included in the Town Council's Strategic Goals listed above that you feel should be one of the Town's top priorities?  1. Foster Snowmass as a music center by building a large enough “Texas Dance Hall” type facility (including bar and good food service). 2. Encourage more year-round (resort compatible) businesses to settle in SMV. Aspen is a year-round town. Snowmass is a two-season resort. If music was bigger in SMV, I and many others would spend more, or all of the year here.  1. Put a light, not a circle, at Brush Creek and Owl Creek Road to be used during the busy seasons. No light needed during the off-season. 2. I feel safe living in SMV now. I do not know what you mean by increasing safety. 3. I am not in favor of making the Town Center look like a Main Street Village. I do not want underground parking just to get my mail and groceries. That would be much too cumbersome as I age. Much more discussion is needed prior to allowing this plan to become reality.  1. Have a person at the Village who can work with the county to provide access to the bike trail along the Roaring Fork trail that doesn’t rely on biking on the road. Snowmass is the only area that is restricted from safe access to that trail. We have figured out how to get access for Aspen, we need to do the same for SMV. 2. We need to figure out if we are getting our share of the benefit from the RE taxes that are collected from all the property in Snowmass that goes to Aspen Historical. I am sure it wasn’t the intention of Aspen to fund Snowmass Ice Age history. We deserve our share of those funds.  Abolishing punishing taxation of GID and Base Village Metro Districts.  Address and face the fact that Snowmass Village is a resort. Period. Open space preservation and not accept any more development from SM club. Also, finish one project before any others are started.  Affordable housing (senior too).  Affordable housing and senior housing.  Affordable housing, more of a town atmosphere instead of a tourist destination.  Affordable workspace.  As I stated in another comment, the Base Village divides some of the community. All this money was spent and the permits given to developers who flooded the market with units that brought down the values of many at the time. They are the center of attention and the rest of Snowmass doesn’t seem to count.  As other communities have done, arrange for all property owners to vote in TOSV matters. This would include part-time residential owners.  Being pro-business. Promoting people coming in and actually wanting to stay in SMV besides the great skiing in the day, by having quality restaurants and dining and bars that don’t feel like a college dive. It seems most of the restaurants and bars in SMV cater to the subsidized affordable housing crowd and local curmudgeons. We most always drive to Aspen for fine dining and an enjoyable night out. Sad the construction failure, mostly caused by the delays caused by the City Council and Staff caused such a poorly resulting development. Hoping the new spurt in growth brings synergies to the food and beverage market that is sorely lacking. Meanwhile it looks like, as in Aspen, there’s no end to spending money for city halls, community centers, libraries, etc.  Better regulate current town owned rentals for full time Snowmass Village employment.  Better transportation options between Mall, Center, and Base Village.  Better transportation options between Mall, Center, and Base Village Snowmass. Bus service year- round in Ridge Run area up Faraway Loop. It is needed. Most likely also needed in other individual 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1609-03-19 TC Packet Page 274 of 338 275 neighborhoods as well. This can eliminate cars going down Brush Creek and Owl Creek. Safer type of transportation, especially bad weather. 2nd issue: To upgrade original “Base Village” façade and entrance. Old stairs are crumbling and ugly railing. Stairs very steep without ski boots. Whole area looks very tacky. 3rd issue: Improve the median plantings and tree health appearance between 82 and the Brush Creek Rotary by rodeo lot. Some trees look half dead. Lights are out on some. Who is in charge of this space? First impressions are important. Pay as much attention to this area as is done to upper Rotary by gas station.  Build a dog park. With the future development of the Town Center, create a two block long “Main Street” for Snowmass. This would require underground parking and pedestrian friendly two block long shopping area. Snowmass Village lacks a “Main Street” environment and without this, the Village will never have the feeling of a small town, which it truly is.  Cars and construction vehicles parked on Wood Road make it extremely dangerous to walk down Wood Road.  Child and family friendly amenities for community members. Better hiking and walking trails connections. The new crosswalks planned for Brush Creek are long overdue; let’s now wait so long for more.  Commit more funding to public art through passage of a % for art fee through revised regulations.  Community engagement, why can’t the Town Council come to neighborhoods to talk to residents in an open forum? Why does it have to be at Chambers, where people aren’t free to speak their mind, because they don’t want to be televised? Why can’t the Mayor or Town Manager be more transparent within the neighborhoods?  Community through the four seasons and consistency.  Connecting the three centers of Snowmass Village-Mall, Base, and Center, to significantly improve the sense of community.  Connectivity.  Continue developing and promoting tourism and economic development, especially in summer season.  Control the pricing at Clark’s, it is a monopoly with high prices. Well then everything here is expensive. Can you reduce the cost to use the recreation center?  Coordinated communication and marketing of all local events so everyone has this information in one place, including local businesses who have to rely on this information to plan their services and products. Also, more events that bring people in to support local businesses.  Creating more year-round opportunities, the town is very sleepy. We are selling our townhouse to move into Aspen as it’s a much better investment and a lot more activities. The town is mainly a ghost town most of the year.  Creating a strategic plan for the entryway.  Dealing with the growth of recreation.  Dining. And to a lesser degree non-chain retail. It is ridiculous that the “restaurant selection” in Snowmass Village is so weak and it doesn’t even appear as a strategic goal. Not high-end fancy places, but more like those found at the mall. Base Village is a joke (for dining) and retail is pathetic. This town has five major activities: ski, hike, bike, eat, and shop. The focus on the first three and mountain improvements are fantastic. The latter two are poor, at best. Because I don’t know what comments/questions follow this one, I will add…a library? Seriously? (Mentioned in #5 above.) I am truly hoping you used a survey question from 1980 by mistake and 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1709-03-19 TC Packet Page 275 of 338 276 didn’t mean to include “library” as a priority. To spend tax dollars, or even donated dollars, on something like that is a total waste of money and time.  Dissolve GID.  Dissolve GID and absorb into general TOSV funds as whole town benefits and not fair to make an isolated group bear the full burden.  Do you feel that we need to continue to grow bigger, taller, wider to accommodate our current desires or should we update existing commercial spaces and so they function better to solve our current needs? What is your number one priority: environmental preservation, economics, aesthetics, openness, civic involvement, or social offerings?  Enforcement of existing ordinances. No smoking and no dog areas.  Ensuring that continued growth will not outstrip our infrastructure and reduce livability/community in the Village.  Environmental sustainability.  Equitable taxation between full-time and part-time owners. The Town delegated and continues to ignore what the developers taxation have done and are doing to Base Village owners. In addition, the Town itself inequitably taxes Base Village owners through GID and gives Base Village taxpayers zero representation in the GID tax district.  Event department needs to shift their focus on drive market, destination programming (Ragnar, Yoga Fest, Ride the Rockies, Tough Mudder) and focus on events that RFV residents would like. Create the vitality and the destination guests will come. The “Copper Mountain” strategy to fill beds should not be our strategy. Events should be brand-led decisions and Snowmass’ brand is not one-off, lame “front ranger getting into nature”. Focus on art and culture, music and food focused events that would resonate with RFV residents.  Events that are geared toward locals. Not front range folks. Incentives for businesses/restaurants to stay open in summer. The crepe place closes every day at 5 pm, why is that?  Fair cost sharing regarding BVCo and GID.  Focus on small town businesses run by locals with a focus on catering to locals. Locals work hard to remain here and make this place the special place it is.  Get back the ski town feeling, eliminating the big corporate look/feel that will kill the reason we all got here in the first place.  Get the crosswalks at Owl Creek Road and Faraway Road done. Something that simple shouldn’t take more than five years. They are school bus stops for Pete’s sake, just get it done.  Getting along with the millennials. Perhaps they will be forced to work.  Give formal representation to part-time residents.  Greater financial transparency with the residents of Snowmass Village in connection with project the town is pursuing.  Growing the tourism industry.  Growth.  Growth control and development, especially at Base Village.  Growth management and pet waste.  Housing for workers in SMV.  I am deeply concerned with the overbuilding of TOSV. There appears to be a goal of infilling everywhere possible on the mountain with the town becoming a traffic jam of people, buses, and cars. I’ve lived here for forty years and can no longer see a mountain for the high rises that look like Swiss hotels. I truly hope strong consideration be given to dedicated open space. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1809-03-19 TC Packet Page 276 of 338 277  I am strongly opposed to the presence of a rodeo in our beautiful, conscientious, educated Village. This “sport” represents an extraordinary amount of animal suffering, and children participating in a cruel and unsophisticated evening. We are teaching our children that cruelty to animals is acceptable; we encouraging the next generation to be thoughtless, unconscientious and reckless towards those with no voice.  I believe we should be at the forefront of the e-bike revolution. If we are serious about our senior citizens and not just lip service, then this needs to be taken on. I disagree with several of our council members who seem to think this is either not a priority or should be ignored.  I said it previously: 1. A permanent exhibit of the Mastodons. 2. Allow homeowners to build “tiny homes” in their yard for senior, youth, and employees as the needs arise. 3. New Post Office. 4. Connect the ski mountains like in Europe=World Class one of a kind places for people to take note of cutting edge ideas and showing SMV residents do believe in climate change unlike this American President. 5. Get the recycling up to Canadian standards whereby nothing is thrown away, everything is recycled.  I think desirable open space for people, locals, and guests to leisurely enjoy. All of our open space is oriented toward activity and nothing for peaceful enjoyment. Read a book, picnic, or just relax. Look at some of Aspen’s parks.  I’d like to see the Village explore the possibility of becoming the nation’s first personal-vehicle free community.  Importance of maintaining Snowmass brand: a family-oriented community with great year-round outdoor activities.  Improve cellular service in the Village.  Improve skiing and outdoor activities.  Improvement of recreation center programming.  Improving the yield (occupancy, tax revenue) of many of the town’s marketing efforts, e.g. replacing events that have participants camp with events that fill hotels and condos and increase the length of participant’s stay.  In my opinion, senior and employee housing should be separate goals as they address separate needs.  Increase open space, maintain, and improve existing trail and recreational areas while balancing and preserving the natural beauty, quiet, and animal habitat in SV. While a difficult balance, the town and county do an extraordinary job in this area, but no it should be explicitly defined as a set of town objectives and strategic goals. While the town strategic goals are excellent, they are unbalanced with regard to preservation of our natural environment, at least as stated, and explicitly defining one or more objectives as above would rectify this.  Increase parking.  Increase population density via affordable apartments or condos. The workforce shortage is directly correlated to lack of the city’s vision to provide density.  Increase the safety of road crossings for pedestrians and place where the trail is near the road.  Increased bod count in the existing Base Village and the old Snowmass Mall into the evenings and making things more inviting and affordable (food and beverage). People will stay longer after skiing and go to Aspen less often if there is more options for food and beverage with a more inviting atmosphere. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 1909-03-19 TC Packet Page 277 of 338 278  It is time for the Town Council to stop using Base Village residential owners as their private funding source for things they want for their town, but don’t want the non-Base Village property owners to have to pay. GID and Metro District taxes are an insult to all Base Village residential owners.  Keep taxes low.  Keeping the town our town. Not the town staffs’ town. He didn’t elect the town council to make money all the time for the town.  Keeping the town small and family-oriented and not allowing big ugly buildings at Base Village (too late for that one).  Let’s not make Snowmass Village look like Beaver Creek ski area, where you drive up the hill amidst tall condominium buildings, and can’t see the mountain or figure out where to park. We need good signage to direct guests. We call this a town, but guests are always asking, where is the town?  Limited unbridled large hotels and housing that do not adhere to “alpine style” architecture. The two new hotels/condos are hard to fathom, the architectural committee/council really missed the boat as far as style and height. Very few full-time residents approve of those two new buildings that are under construction.  Local bus service to Ridge Run. We pay taxes but no service and nowhere to park besides going backwards to rodeo lot which I was told I needed to do by the town. Ridiculous.  Marketing dollars are poorly spent.  Marketing improvements. In my opinion, the marketing budget is not being used efficiently. I think with the amount of money SMV has to market, the marketing tools are archaic and ineffective. SMV has a lot to offer guests and yet most business owners are struggling to keep their doors open. Fore example, 4th of July week I was a patron at four different SMV restaurants for lunch/dinner and only saw a handful of other tables taken, if that. The atmosphere and food was good at all of them, these restaurants should be booming, especially that week.  More amenities.  More community areas.  More community events during off season such as a fun run, sharing your favorite place and activity in the Village, utilizing the recreation center for more opportunities to meet your fellow Village people.  More horse friendly opportunities. Example: Ride from Cozy Point to rodeo grounds, secure horse there and take a shuttle up to the Village for lunch or dinner. Or ride to the Village and have a safe designated place to “park” horses.  More one-way bike trails built.  More passing lanes on Brush Creek.  Mountain access at Two Creeks all season to help with lack of parking at Base.  Need a big music venue with a dance floor. Art galleries would be nice. Biggest issue is Snowmass shuts down in the two off-seasons. Need things to make Snowmass a year-round resort. Aspen is like a year-round town; Snowmass is winter and summer only.  New planned transit center at the Mall. I could barely make out the new transit center plans for the Mall in the paper as it was too blurry and small, but I am concerned that it will be taking away coveted parking spots for those visiting the mall. As the building in the Base Village finishes, there will be more and more traffic. If anything, more parking is needed for ski season. As mentioned earlier, the more development in Snowmass creates more development down valley and these people come to Snowmass to ski. They need parking. The parking garage in the Base Village is one of the most poorly designed parking garages. It is confusing, has dead ends. Just awful. Locals and visitors alike comment on how horrible it is. I am begging you guys to please involve locals who do not have a financial interest in the decisions regarding development of Snowmass Village to give their input on future development. The 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2009-03-19 TC Packet Page 278 of 338 279 locals I have met, love their town, and only have its best interests in mind. Real estate brokers, developers, construction companies, plumbers, electricians, etc. all have a vested financial interest in development. Ask those who have been here for years and may be retired for their input. Please.  Noise abatement and at night, light pollution.  Not sure how the Town works with SkiCo to develop and integrate Legacy Mall, Base Development and Center. I realize they all have separate ownership, but all seem incentivized to create a lively and vital “core” to Snowmass Village which is missing at present.  Over-building that is taking away from the natural beauty of the Village. What is currently built is fine, but anymore high-rise buildings like those in Base Village will begin to detract from the views I have loved having since I came out here as a kid.  Parking and management of parking. Figure out the traffic flow on Brush and Owl. Would like a functional roundabout and not the silly thing at the bottom of Carriage Way. That is the most dysfunctional thing.  Parking for seniors.  Parking. We are in an era of individual/independent transport by a personal vehicle, not mass transport. Personal autos, Uber, Lyft, etc. are absolutely the most accommodating form of effective personal transportation. Mass transit works well within high density populations, metropolitan, Europe, Asia, etc. Snowmass Village has not achieved this critical mass density to continually promote travel by bus/mass transit. Encourage travel by foot, by bicycle, and include e-bike accommodation as a non-motorized form of transportation on all bike trails, no restrictions.  Part-time second homeowners now lobbying for the right to vote. Do not allow this to happen unless they want to make Snowmass their permanent place of residency. All the BS from Base Village residents regarding taxation without representation is a crock. None of these people read the special taxing district regulations at the time of purchase.  Part-time owner representation and voting rights.  Part-time residents need a vote on any issue that increases or concerns our taxes. It was a glaring example last year when three council members completely ignored part-time residents’ input not to have marijuana sold in the Village.  Pedestrian connections between Mall-Base Village and Center-Base Village are inadequate. Skittles is inefficient and no good connection exists between the Center-Base Village. Goal should be a seamless transition much like concourse connections at an airport.  People breaking into swimming pools after midnight.  Perhaps better e-communication for those who wish to remain engaged, participatory, and informed as part-time residents.  Planning: Specifically, to two or three themes. a) That localized variances adhere strictly to planning policy, not politically expedience. Sometimes we forget that the “feel” of a place has real value. b) That planning be forward focused; mostly involving the updated Town Center at the moment. As it must serve thousands of residents, part-time and full-time, and tourists. We must be sure that “Just Big Enough” doesn’t result in “Not Big Enough”, meaning that tight traffic flow not be defended; that commercial retail outlets be planned with both service docks to fill the stores and facilities for customers too, not just head-in curbside parking. The Town Center update must be designed to serve the town citizenry in 2030 and beyond, and not simply be designed to correct today’s issues. In fact, cars and big buses will seem “last century” in twenty years or so, but the Center buildings will be there way past that. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2109-03-19 TC Packet Page 279 of 338 280 c) That the resort itself be considered a “work of art”, rather than scattering inexpensive public art around town in a vain effort to seem contemporary. d) That more attention be paid to Photo Voltaic energy. e) That, though ski-in, ski-out living is wonderful. Perhaps carports to protect our stored cars whilst supporting PV collectors on top might be a great contemporary form of “art”. f) That this survey allow the respondent to backtrack as new ideas occur to us.  Please do not overbuild the town of SMV. With all the proposed building at the Base Village, we are becoming, even before their completion, so congested.  Population growth? Visitor growth?  Post office. Need sidewalks on main roads. Intersection of Brush Creek and Owl Creek is super dangerous at dusk. Small children’s playground at Base and Mall, and fountain to play in (like in Aspen). Force owner of mall to fix it up.  Post office. We need mail to be delivered to housing complexes and houses.  Poverty. In a place with extreme amounts of money, we should be leaders on seeking out what people need and developing avenues between the people that have money to give and those who are needy. Helping the wealthy understand that they have the power to change people’s lives for the better, not just governments, agencies, or organizations.  Protect open space. (Mentioned twice.)  Put a hold on most new construction, as with current construction, we now have excess condos and housing. Adding new housing to Snowmass Center is an especially foolish idea. On the other hand, give a priority to revitalizing the mall, as right now the vacant stores are especially noticeable and thus an embarrassment. Give up on the idea of an Ice Age Discovery Center as the trickle of visitors in recent years does not justify the cost (unless we get lots of skeletons from the Denver museum).  Quality daycare and preschool options. Raise standards. Review little red school-house current standards. Remodel Upper Snowmass Village. More fine dining options. More lunch options/restaurants off mountain.  Quit trying to be something we are not. We need more full-time residents and easier parking. If it was easier to park and play in Snowmass, more people would be in Snowmass.  Remodeling of Snowmass Mall RFTA Bus Station. Please do not make it an ugly eyesore. Sidewalk in Brush Creek Lane. People walk on the road late at night and is dangerous. Bushes on Brush Creek Lane and Own Creek Lane. Keep them short to see deer, drivers visiting the area ignore that we have these animals around and they could jump from behind the bushes and get hit. We need more signs, deer in area signs with flashing lights. We need pet friendly housing. Having a pet is emotionally uplifting and depriving the community that works in this area from having a furry friend in such secluded area is a punishment. Cat and dog friendly properties are very much needed.  Replace the “Skittles” gondola with a lift with a higher capacity for busy times.  Representation on Town Council of a part-time resident.  Resurrect ICE Age Discovery Center as a free, interactive showcase for the amazing discovery found in SMV. It is most disappointing that the town has done virtually nothing to establish and support this unique feature.  Rethinking transportation in the Village and how people get from point A to point B with better options than running empty busses across town all day.  Road maintenance.  Save for a rainy (snowless) day.  Sidewalks are badly needed. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2209-03-19 TC Packet Page 280 of 338 281  Since Snowmass Village is trying to increase its family feel and enhance a better sense of community, let’s get sidewalks in the neighborhoods. And a sidewalk on Brush Creek Road by the blue roofs. We live on Terrace Drive and there are tons of kids in our neighborhood and with zero sidewalks it’s often dangerous for the kids to be walking up and down the street. Tourists fly up and down the street and it is only a matter of time before a child gets hit by a car, both on Terrace Drive and on Brush Creek. And I wonder how all the people who say they want to keep the mountain feel in Snowmass (and therefore no sidewalks) will respond when a child gets seriously injured by a car. We wanted to keep it mountainy. Do something to keep our children safe.  Snowmass is changed from a seasonal resort to a stand-alone community/town. Keep the growth in check and make sure there is ample affordable housing.  Something really simple and not too expensive: better public lighting. The town looks really dark at night. I also suggest authorities to encourage people to décor light houses and building facades.  Specifically recognize and include part-time owners in tax or other decisions that impact them.  Stay concerned with the issues that are the town’s responsibilities: fire and police department services, road maintenance, and enforcing laws that are on the books or change them. For example: leash laws, walking on the roads facing traffic, protecting hikers from bikers on the trails. I’m afraid to hike due to out of control bikers and loose dogs. Support our schools.  Stop the growth. Stop building more hotels when we can’t find enough workers to staff the existing businesses.  Stop wasting the taxpayers money so fast. Spend the citizens money with responsibility. There will be another, future economic collapse. Not if, but when. One example of many: solar panels are a waste of the taxpayers money. Do the math. Hydro appears to be economically rational. Put solar panels on your own house first. See how it works.  Taxes are too high. Taxes should be cut.  The Golden Goose, the Ice Age find. Unreal that it has been so long, and the town cannot come up with a good plan to cash in on this natural find. Make a museum with the history of Snowmass, from the Ice Age to the pioneers to becoming a ski area. Such a waste not using this as a marketing tool, seems like the town would rather be a concert venue and sell wine/beer.  The overbuilding of Base Village.  The Post Office (recognizing it’s out of the hands of our municipal government and a function of the Federal Government) is horrible for our community.  The re-development of the Snowmass Center, with the results that there is an improved Post Office and improved year-round community gathering space.  The roads should be a priority (they are in poor condition in some areas) and the landscaping from the entrance to town and all along Brush Creek Road between the two roundabouts could use a lot of work. It would be nice to see a lot (hundreds) of spruce and Aspen trees planted along many of the north facing slopes and berms (Vail and Beaver Creek put us to shame in this regard).  The Snowmass Center redevelopment. Only a few people attend P&Z meetings. There does not seem to be enough interest by the public to attend at this point.  The Snowmass Center should coincide with the Comprehensive plan but doesn’t seem to be. All three major businesses will be under separate roofs with no ease of traveling from one to another. Traffic will be a major problem and convenience for guests is non-existent. I hope the town will take this seriously to create a well-organized, efficient, safe, and social environment. We only have one shot at this. We need to do it right.  The town should rescind the 1% tax charged when purchasing a free market home. You should not penalize people who want to live here. Try spending less. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2309-03-19 TC Packet Page 281 of 338 282  There are too many bikers and have taken over the hiking trails and the horseback trails. What about fair representation of the different communities that have existed in Snowmass for many years.  There seems to be too much economic pandering to tourists disregarding the effects to the locals. Too much traffic, too many events that aren’t policed properly causing danger or safety issues just to gain money. One example are the numerous bike races on the hiking trails. Bikes careen around blind corners at full speed with no one warning walkers of racers/teams racing around those corners. I’ve barely been able to jump off a trail numerous times. Another example is the antique car race which blocks our roads during the ridiculous “race”. It is a consumptive environmental disaster wasting fuel, polluting the air, and creating sound pollution, along with inconveniencing locals who must put up with these effects.  Town must hold commercial developers responsible for worker housing, not taxpayers. Consider traffic impacts and limit them when reviewing projects.  Two issues: Protection of single-family residential neighborhoods using regulation to curtail short-term rentals and ensuing impacts from traffic, noise, and solid waste. The Village has a noise problem. Need to address noise from buses, large trucks, and leaf blowers.  Updating and modifying the mostly 20-year-old municipal code, its processes, and the procedures. Creating a redevelopment district and/or authority with different review procedures for areas that might need it.  Upper Village lots are public, not at the whim of organizers to block off for special use. Does the city receive income for this at the expense of the homeowners that use these lots? Does the Westin and Wildwood pay to use these lots as the homeowners, as taxpayers do?  Use tax dollars to paint parking lines in Upper Village parking.  Waste management. Educate businesses and people how to manage overwhelming trash per capita.  We are adding too many new non-employee housing units. Base Village is out of control with the number of new rooms available for weekend warriors.  We need a USPS office that functions efficiently and professionally. Currently, the SMVPO is a joke. They return mail for no good reason and lose mail all the time.  What is the town’s relationship to the business community, and do we support their efforts?  Why not add more programming like last week where the Aspen Institute brought topics here, adding to the town’s contribution to continued learning in which community members engage with one- another. Intellectual pursuit. I would also promote elevated collaboration with the ASC to continue evolving Snowmass Ski area into the wonderful playground it has become.  You have already mentioned connectivity related to parking, transit, and safety. This seems like the wrong approach. Those will come naturally, but actually having a real Village center with affordable housing and community amenities would help bring in young families and maintain a sense of community.  You should separate workforce and senior housing. They are completely different and need to be differentiated. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2409-03-19 TC Packet Page 282 of 338 283 Q14. If you could keep one thing the same in Snowmass Village forever, what would it be?  A feeling of connection with the ski area.  A sense of community.  A stellar and connected system of trails.  Absence of traffic and crowds.  Access to a great mountain for skiing and now biking too.  Access to all the different trails for recreational use all around Snowmass Village.  Access to public lands (hiking and biking).  Affordable housing.  Affordable housing. But if I can add a second thing: free transportation on request.  All of the multi-use trails.  Almost nothing. It never had a quaint mountain feel in the buildings and should be more friendly to access. The new parking garage is a corkscrew disaster. The original lots are too far to walk for real pedestrian viability. Not everyone can and will take advantage of bus service. The Skittles is too little an effort to connect a very disjointed and disconnected retail and dense condo infrastructure. Hoping the filling out of Base Village will sooner than later work. The mountain could use some expansion to some steeper terrain too.  Always having something going on.  Amazingly beautiful setting, free of wires, billboards, commercial signage and the like.  An easily accessed Village Center with Postal, Grocery, Liquor, Hardware, and Restaurant services featuring a community message board.  As previously stated, it’s already too late. The two ugly buildings at Base Village and having torn up the mountain for biking trails have detracted from what the town used to be.  Awesome trail access.  Beauty of the surroundings.  Being able to see the mountain when approaching it.  Billy Madison on town council.  Black Out Thursdays.  Blue skies and sunshine. Town should have been built around the Snowmass Club but what is done is done, unfortunately. The only way to rectify the situation is to connect the four mountains altogether and then bring the car race back.  Bus service.  Bus transportation within the Village and to intercept. Aspen remaining free and available at numerous times throughout the day.  Buses for transportation around Village and intercept lot.  Can walk around with my dog off-leash (under voice control).  Certainly not our post office.  Change. It needs to happen continually. Holding on to the way it was is what gets in the way of progressive thinking. Second place: keep having great trails.  Clean quaint town feel.  Clear views of mountains for all properties and not just the town offices.  Community.  Community feel and amenities that really support the community.  Community feeling. (Mentioned twice.)  Community ownership. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2509-03-19 TC Packet Page 283 of 338 284  Complete mountain views from Snowmass Center.  Completely unobstructed mountain views, the same way the town council and staff have it from their offices, especially from Snowmass Center.  Concerts and continued activities on mountain in summer.  Country feel, rodeo, and horses in pasture at HRD entrance.  Current size.  Dark skies.  Dedicated hiking trails, we need more of them.  Do not increase density/high-rise properties.  Dog friendly trails.  Dog friendly.  Dog friendly trails. Building has brought a lot of undesirables.  Don’t become Vail.  Down to earth feeling of belonging in this vibrant community.  Enough building out the Village.  Environmental carrying capacity for existing services and our community.  Environmental integrity, current development initiatives erode that.  Family businesses and not overdeveloping.  Family first.  Family orientation.  Fanny Hill.  Feeling of community.  Free and frequent bus service is key.  Free and frequent transportation.  Free beer.  Free concerts.  Free music on Thursday, except I would book better bands.  Free parking.  Free public transportation.  Free ride up gondola or chit lift in summer, inexpensive foot passes in winter, especially for seniors.  Free Thursday night concerts.  Free Thursday night concerts, sky cab always free, more free community events.  Free Thursday night shows in the summer.  Friendliness.  Full views of mountains from every property and especially Snowmass Center.  Going to cheat on this one and say two things: 1) Keep it family friendly, and 2) keep the businesses locally owned and operated (no chains or Aspen style galleries, etc.).  Great view of the mountains and surrounding area. Don’t over build. A small community is awesome.  Gwyn’s.  High property values.  Hiking on the rim trail and on the Snowmass Village Ski area without being run down by mountain bikers. Have upper lift towers by Mall area have permanent speakers for Thursday concerts. No more hotels in Base Village. All mountain meadows replanted with indigenous flowering plants instead of bluegrass seed which is not a natural plant at 9000’ above sea level. Bluegrass also requires too much water for growing in this arid elevation. Build a tunnel under Owl Creek Road (to connect Owl Creek 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2609-03-19 TC Packet Page 284 of 338 285 Trail in dirt to Highline and Owl Creek) for events: as mountain bike races, running races, skiing races, and day-to-day running, hiking, biking, and walking. Would be fabulous if it connected to golf cart tunnel. Repair sewer pipes by bridge (10 steps down hill on path under Woodbridge) so Base Village won’t smell like raw sewage. Especially once all those toilets start flushing in all the new hotels.  Horse ranch meadow.  How dog friendly it is. Or make it even more dog friendly.  Humble in size, humble in attitude, focused on environmental attitudes and somewhat indifferent to superficial attributes of insincere marketing.  I like the Snowmass Mall; it feels more of a unifying space then the Base Village.  I love the small town feel and do not want to increase the housing here to include a significant increase in the residents.  I loved the family small town feel the Village had when I moved here nearly 20 years ago.  I would go back 10-20 years before the mountain biking industry was allowed to take over, dominate our thinking and every trail, and become the town government’s sole master.  I would have kept the old parking lot at the Base of Fanny Hill, so that when you arrive at Snowmass you see all the skiers on the mountain. Too late for that one.  I would keep po shops out of Snowmass Village. I do not believe they have anything positive to contribute to SV. I do not believe the taxes they “contribute” to our coffers in any way will make up for the “negative” to our reputation as a world class area. I have yet to hear an argument “for” a pot shop that would make Snowmass Village a great place to live or play.  I would keep the post office, as bad as it is right now, it’s convenient to have in town.  I would like to have the town continue to focus on maintaining our outdoor recreation. The trails in our “back yard” are amazing. I am not sure that the people in our town realize the amount of work that goes into these trails for everyone to use for free.  I would like to see that the Mall stays intact, that said, it definitely could use a facelift.  I would have kept the view of Mt. Daly driving up Brush Creek, it’s now blocked. I was very disappointed when that was changed. If that can be sold, I guess nothing will stay the same.  I would outlaw mountain bikes so that I wouldn’t get run over while hiking, which has happened to me and others. The wildlife would appreciate that, too.  I would want to keep the relaxed, calm, uncrowded atmosphere. Aspen is becoming a bustling city and I feel so fortunate every day to return home to our calm sanctuary.  I’d keep the clean air, green grasses, RIM trail, Sky Mt. Park, and other hiking and biking trails including Discovery.  I’d like if no more construction occurs on the ski mountain as it is both inefficient to build and to heat (all north facing). Building on the mountain also reduces the natural beauty of the valley.  Improve cell service throughout.  Improve everything.  It is already gone by the building of Base Village.  It’s already gone. It would have been the view before Base Village was built and blocked it.  It’s friendly vibe, that it’s not over the top like Aspen, that it keeps it’s construction to the past at the same time as offering cutting edge skiing.  Its quaintness, we don’t need another Aspen.  It’s quiet unique neighborhood feeling with varied styles of housing (single family) as well as it’s rural and open feel never feeling dense or over built. Keep development zoning tight.  It’s size and sense of community which is rapidly disappearing with the overbuilt constructions at Base Village. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2709-03-19 TC Packet Page 285 of 338 286  It’s smallness.  It’s the people who live here, that’s what makes it special and they won’t be here forever.  It’s too late. The High Alpine double chair without a safety bar is long gone.  JAS, Thursday night concerts (can you sod the hill)?  Keep all views from Snowmass Center for all residents vs the tendency to keep great views from Town officiates but nowhere else.  Keep animal control responsive yet relaxed.  Keep it core, don’t gentrify it. Bigger isn’t always better. Change is inevitable. Don’t let growth intoxicate your decisions. Paid civil employees often want to have something to show their next employer while those left behind are stuck with it.  Keep it family friendly and stop pot shops and keep the shuttles. The shuttles are the best thing about Snowmass, well one of the best things.  Keep it from being overpopulated by greedy reckless people.  Keep it from getting any more commercialized. Don’t need another Vail.  Keep our view of our mountains.  Keep Snowmass small.  Keep Snowmass Village safe.  Keep the rodeo event and change the rodeo grounds and location.  Keep the sense of pride of helping others and keeping the environment clean.  Keep the view planes. Reject developers cries for more and new and now empty condos that tower and obliterate the views of the mountains. The town council must hold firm and pass on the community costs to the developers for more water, electrical power, fire protection, police protection, roads, and traffic.  Keep the views of mountain daily…oh wait that has already been destroyed by Base Village.  Keep the open spaces open, stop rezoning them, less is more. Less buildings, less manmade objects to see from Brush Creek, more natural. But keep the horses down by the park.  Keep the vintage car race in August. Love it.  Keeping the greatest of friendly and safety and enjoyment of Snowmass Village. Thank you.  Keeping the skier density (skiers and boarders per acre of ski runs) the same or less. Skiers drive past multiple good ski areas to come to Aspen/Snowmass because they do not have to stand in lift lines forever. Want more skiers, expand the four ski areas.  Less high end rarely occupied housing. This Village has trouble when occupancy is high, yet we want more?  Less beds. I voted against the idea of Base Village. Still against the idea. Landscape change for the worse.  Less people than Aspen.  Less tourists.  Less traffic up and down Brush Creek. Especially in the winter, all electric or quiet buses. The larger buses are super busy.  Limit development, keep sense of community.  Local businesses.  Local ownership of restaurants and businesses.  Lots of snow.  Low key vibe and minimal traffic issues. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2809-03-19 TC Packet Page 286 of 338 287  Lower skier density. If Snowmass wants to add more skiers/boarders, they should work to expand the ski runs.  Main Upper Mall as the central hub, for winter and summer.  Maintain open spaces, hiking, and biking trails.  Maintain our quiet nature and laid-back country feel. It’s such a relief to return to Snowmass after a busy day in Aspen with all of its traffic and congestion.  Maintain our unique quaint impact on our precious environmental connects, our aesthetics and our openness, including avoiding build out, limiting excessive height and dominance in new structures, preserve the essence of Just Big Enough. Save the golf course. Preserve more open spaces for future generations and finish constructing projects already in the works before starting new ones.  Maintaining the views of the mountains and figuring out how much is enough? Too many condos and hotels, when is there enough? Maintaining a balance.  Make sure that our long-standing local businesses have the opportunities needed to stand the test of time.  Me being able to be there.  Minimal government intervention, unlike Aspen or Pitkin County.  Mountain resort community. Keep simplicity. Less development.  Mountain view protection for every owner and in particular the unobstructed views from Snowmass Center.  Music on Fanny Hill.  My ability to live and work here. It gets a little tougher each year. Mostly due to some of the points I’ve already made. I work harder and harder to try and keep up with the increased cost of living. At the same time, it is hard to expand as hiring qualified candidates is very challenging and many of us are competing for the same small numbers of clientele.  Natural beauty.  Natural beauty and access to trails for hiking and biking.  No airplanes flying over the valley.  No marijuana stores.  No marijuana. (Mentioned twice.)  No more high-rise buildings that kill the view of the surrounding environment and make the place less pretty.  No more new buildings.  No more new housing. Keep population stable.  No more traffic and more parking.  No more view blocking buildings.  No pot shops.  No red lights.  No sales of marijuana.  No stoplights. (Mentioned five times.)  No traffic lights. Views of Mt. Daly from Brush Creek Road. Too late.  Not allowing the views to be interrupted by large buildings.  Not Base Village development.  Not let it become like Aspen. I have lived here since 1991 and love the feel of driving down Owl Creek Road, away from Aspen. Aspen always seems so hectic. Snowmass has a very serene and peaceful feel about it. I tell people that living in Snowmass Village is like living in the country and I love it. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 2909-03-19 TC Packet Page 287 of 338 288  Not to increase housing density.  Not too crowded.  Nothing. Life is an evolution, everything should change, including cities.  Nothing. Everything needs to be updated except for Base Village.  One of the most beautiful and adventurous places I’ve ever lived. Keep the community alive and active. Thank you.  Open space. (Mentioned 7 times.)  Open space and trails.  Open space, wildlife, view planes.  Open space, no stop lights.  Original character and charm.  Our amazing network of trails.  Our beautiful trails.  Our diminishing quality of life being undermined by constant construction, traffic, and the increasing shift to urbanization. We are a community, not a commodity.  Our dwindling green spaces.  Outdoor focused life.  Parking in the numbered lots being free in the summer.  Parks and trails.  Peace.  Peace and quiet.  Philosophy with family and fun at its core. After that, easy access for us locals to ski.  Please keep some hiker only, no bike trails, throughout the mountain. Thank you.  Please consider having buses pick up or drop off in Two Creeks if requested. That would decrease auto use.  Pool for capitol peak residents.  Population.  Public safety.  Quality of life. Maintain natural environment. Clean air and water. Quiet and not crowded. Small locally owned businesses.  Pursuit of happiness.  Quaintness of the Upper and Lower Village.  Quality of the snow and mountain were spectacular this past year.  Quiet Village atmosphere. Don’t let it get overcrowded.  Really nice police and fire department.  Recreation center and park areas.  Recreation center, parks, and trails.  Recycling option.  Return to the previous mission statement, family-friendly resort.  Rodeo. (Mentioned twice.)  Rodeo lot as is, or hopefully expanded (a second deck). It is our “capture” lot. Tourists and valley locals who have “committed” to coming to Snowmass can do so without contributing to traffic/parking congestion. Other Colorado ski towns/resorts would die for a capture lot such as the rodeo lot (i.e. Aspen).  Rodeo lot. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3009-03-19 TC Packet Page 288 of 338 289  Rural resort.  Safe family environment.  Safe neighborhoods that are quiet and with low traffic.  Safety.  Sense of “neighborhoods”, good balance of full-time, part-time and visiting residents.  Sense of community. (Mentioned twice.)  Sense of community, continued emphasis on the Village, more retail opportunities, keep the Conoco forever. It’s an institution.  Shorter lift lines.  Size.  Size and trail traffic.  Size of community does not increase or decrease, stays the same forever.  Ski access and low-key vibe.  Ski hills.  SkiCo.  Skiing. (Mentioned twice.)  Small and not commercial.  Small community feel the Village offers.  Small community feeling without making the town overrun with billionaires who will push out the millionaires.  Small town atmosphere for residents without worrying about big city development, i.e., Base Village isn’t anything like what was approved and still isn’t done. Many people have a real disgust for what has been allowed to happen at our core, with the Height, Mass, and Scale.  Small town atmosphere.  Small town charm.  Small town environment.  Small town family atmosphere, spaces to foster that connectivity.  Small town feel. (Mentioned 9 times.)  Small town feel and friendliness and safe being.  Small town feel, no more commercial development.  Small town feel, no stoplights.  Small town feel, peace and quiet.  Small town feel. Stop trying to urbanize paradise.  Small town feeling and closely connected community. We may already have lost that to development and money.  Small town feeling despite Base Village size.  Small town flavor. We have one chance to get it right on the Center remodel. I strongly suggest you do everything possible to make the remodel look like a little Village rather than a shopping center. For example, the simple act of creating names (Snowmass Village Way, Mountain View Lane, whatever), instead of just having roadway and parking meandering through the center. Snowmass Village needs a Village to set it apart from the resort. A lot of locals and part-time locals (7 months/year). I feel strongly about this.  Small Village (town) feel.  Snowmass Center clear view of mountains. It is not enough to have unobstructed views from the town offices. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3109-03-19 TC Packet Page 289 of 338 290  Some of the old charm.  Something “untouchable” makes Snowmass Village unique: it’s “style”. Avoid any major change.  Spirit.  Stop the development. No more condos, houses, etc. Keep it small.  Supply and demand. Limit supply and the demand will be there. You are diluting the market. Snowmass Village is a magical place. All the new development with these modern looking buildings is ruining Snowmass. In 20 years, these angled roofs will look dated. It will be an eyesore and the loyal Snowmass Village people who have been coming here for 30 plus years will be left to endure it while the people you are currently trying to attract will move on to the next “IT” resort.  Strict zoning and lack of density.  Stupid question, moving on. Nothing stays the same forever. Maybe the rocks under the high rises.  Superiority to Aspen in terms of fewer, cleaner air, better real estate value for money. Better and more skiing. That we have an “off” or shoulder season. I like quiet. If I wanted busy, I would live in Denver.  That’s a tough one. Snowmass is always changing, from dissolving the old that locals are accustom to, to inventing the new just for tourism hype. Our word doesn’t make a difference.  The ability to ski without lines, and to have summers with no backed-up traffic.  The access to mountains, trails, and paths.  The awesome pizza from Tasters. The amazing cookies from up4pizza. The great people you meet along the way. Thursday night concerts. The welcoming community events, rafts/Village shuttles, and most importantly the quality of small mountain Village life.  The beautiful trails and community feel.  The beautiful vistas.  The beauty of the natural environment and the access to it.  The beauty. (Mentioned twice.)  The beauty, peacefulness, safety, and the town’s desire to always improve to accommodate the residents.  The best ski mountain in the world is hidden behind all the bad ugly empty condos and overpriced townhomes.  The bike paths.  The bike trails.  The biking/hiking trail systems.  The cemetery. Use it and keep it.  The character that brought us here.  The climate and snow pack.  The community, I feel very fortunate to live here.  The connected community vibe.  The current commercial density. We don’t have room for more commercial buildings/stores, etc.  The ease of use of the transit system. It is great.  The family-friendliness.  The feeling of a family-oriented community vs. too much multi-level corporate building.  The feeling of a small town. Laid-back, non-commercialized, local community as a native to the glitz surrounding us.  The feeling that Snowmass is a Village, not a city. Stop building these awful, ugly high rise buildings that take away from our special Village community feeling. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3209-03-19 TC Packet Page 290 of 338 291  The field of grass on the left and just below Owl Creek Road. It is a beautiful sight when rounding the bend in the road. I don’t know if this is open space. It should be.  The focus on quality of life.  The free bus service to Aspen.  The free bus system.  The free music every Thursday.  The friendly and helpful animal control staff of Laurie and Tina.  The friendly feeling you get just being here.  The golf course. Don’t ruin that open space like you seem to want to ruin the Snowmass Center.  The great Thursday concerts. And the entry sign.  The horse has left the barn. Yes, we have been spoiled, but one new hotel and the Ikon pass made the on-mountain ski experience not what it has been. With all these new condos, it will only be worse. That includes lift lines, idiots, and cell and wi-fi service that doesn’t work because the network is over-taxed.  The horses in the Horse Ranch Meadows and the open fields/parks on either side of Brush Creek Road as you enter the Village.  The ice rink at the recreation center.  The level of safety and lack of crime.  The lifestyle, trails, small Village feel.  The local interactions.  The mall. (Mentioned twice.)  The mall area where Venga, Ranger Station, etc. are.  The Mayor.  The mid-mountain Village. Don’t let the big retailers take over. Local, small stores are the best.  The mountain theme, and quiet respect for the natural environment.  The mountain. (Mentioned twice.)  The natural beauty and open space.  The natural beauty.  The natural beauty and not obstructing the beautiful views of our mountains. A big mistake when Base Village was planned, and no balloons were required to show what views would be lost. Aspen seems to have protected their iconic views and we have not. Good luck.  The natural beauty, open spaces, and the view planes of that beauty.  The natural, undeveloped spaces that abound throughout.  The number of year-round residents.  The old mall; I just love the character.  The openness and relatively small amount of development of the golf course/town park area.  The original mall. The gas station.  The outdoor lifestyle.  The Planning Department, it’s really awesome.  The population.  The quality of the ski area. Keep the non-interstate highway feeling. Too late just have a look from the center. You can’t tell there is a ski hill behind the hideous buildings. This doesn’t make us better, it only fulfills the greed and power of a limited few.  The question could have been: what would it have been? The answer: the Timber mill.  The recreation center and swimming pools.  The relatively uncrowded Snowmass Ski area. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3309-03-19 TC Packet Page 291 of 338 292  The Rodeo. (Mentioned three times.)  The Rodeo. Also, when the Base is built out, we should have enough hotel space to sustain Snowmass Village.  The sense of an independent, locally owned business environment, “western town” feel. I don’t like the chain retailers and loss of independent shops. Also, I have mixed feelings on how the Base Village development is proceeding. It looks very built up, but I do like the many options offered to area visitors and residents (the fire pits, the co-op, choice of bars). There used to be a lot more live music offerings in the past and we miss that a lot.  The sense of community and the shuttle bus system.  The sense of community we had before the Base Village disaster.  The sense of community. However, I feel that is being degraded by the amount of construction that is constantly being done or planned. I understand we’re a tourist town, but I think people go to Snowmass rather than Aspen for the small town, slow, relaxed vibe.  The sense that it is not Aspen but different then Aspen.  The sense that small businesses are as important as “big” business. The sense of family-oriented ski area. We used to have small bookstores, bakery, toy store to buy games, spaces other than Starbucks and bar eateries for people to gather.  The ice-skating rink with fire pits and crepe and donuts/hot chocolate and adult spirits is one of our favorite family spots. Great addition. Could have been larger. How does Snowmass retain the small town friendly as it grows is an important question of quality and a sense for visitors and residents alike “love Snowmass”?  The shared sentiment that there is a “real community” here.  The Silvertree Hotel, family-owned and independently operated.  The size of the buildings. Base Village is massive, it is destroying our small-town vibe. We needed something, but that is a shame. The parking garage is ridiculous. The small-town feel is leaving us.  The size. No more growth.  The size. No more building.  The ski area. (Mentioned twice.)  The ski experience.  The ski mountain.  The skiing.  The sky cab operations.  The small-town atmosphere.  The small-town community atmosphere and sense of family.  The small-town feel. (Mentioned three times.)  The small-town feel that is both different than and a respite from the urban/suburban life most of our guests come from.  The small-town feeling that you get when you run into someone you haven’t seen in a while at the post office or grocery. Those simple moments of a quick hello or more lengthy catch-ups are all threads in the social fabric of the SMV community that I hope never changes.  The small-town feeling, running into people I know every time I go to the post office or grocery store. Not dreading going into the store because of the crowds/lines.  The small-town sense of connectivity and access to outdoor activities.  The small, family-oriented town.  The spectacular mountain views upon entering the town. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3409-03-19 TC Packet Page 292 of 338 293  The star-filled sky at night without the interference from year-round lighted Christmas trees. They are an abomination as are illegal outside lights. As we become more citified, we lose the natural beauty of our magnificent surroundings.  The Thursday night concerts.  The Tower.  The Town Center albeit increasing the size of the post office. I strongly feel that all retail needs to be on the first floor: Market, Post Office, Real Estate, Ski Shops, Sundance, Pizza, Dry Cleaner, restaurant.  The Town Park by the recreation center. Such a beautiful space for all sorts of events.  The town seems to be spending a lot of money developing new bike trails for bikers and events that take place within the Village. As a hiker, I feel that the hiking trails tent to lose out when these bike paths are developed. Make sure we do not lose the quality of our hiking trails for the benefit of bikers. They probably get equal use.  Town wide composting would be a great addition to services offered also.  The trail system.  The trails here are remarkable and should always be preserved. Thank you.  The trees. Please keep the trees. I think about trees like an historic preservation commission would think about Victorian homes. We should consider a thorough review process for cutting any down.  The trend toward commercialization, monetization of the mountain has gone too far. Do the mountain bikers bring in any revenue other than the money it takes to ride the gondola and buy snack food? The idea of shared biking and hiking trails doesn’t work for anyone. Why has there been significantly more consideration given to mountain bikers? A better/more fair approach would be to have a hiking trail for every mountain biking trail. I imagine that hikers/homeowners account for most of the town’s tax revenues.  The view of Daly as we drive up the hill. But it is already gone.  The views.  The views, but it may be too late for that.  The views are awesome, and the trails are in wonderful condition this year. They help create an appreciation of the beauty of the valley as well as a low-cost good time activity. Thank you.  The views, but that is already a lost cause.  The views of the ski mountain.  The views. Quit blocking them with more high-rises.  The views, but it’s too late for that.  The views, the smaller town feel, and sense of community.  The Village and the events they do there. Taking away and focusing some events at Base Village hurt local employees this winter. Base Village is going to be busy no matter what. No need to take away the parade for Mardi Gras and such things. Just start them in the Village and have them finish in Base Village. Make it an all Village event rather than one or the other.  The Village Shuttle is an excellent service that we depend upon.  The Village, the way it used to be originally.  The well-maintained environment.  The ying-yang at the top of Rim Trail.  There needs to be some radical transformation for it to be sustainable for local businesses and general value.  There used to be streams running through the Village, full of frogs. That was awesome. I miss those little froggies. Maybe they were toads, but cool. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3509-03-19 TC Packet Page 293 of 338 294  Thursday night concerts. (Mentioned seven times.)  Thursday night music series and emphasize special events.  Too late. Base Village is not welcoming.  Too late. The view from Brush Creek seeing the ski area from one end to the other and Mt. Daly.  Too late. Base Village has ruined the view. Stewpot, I’d keep it forever.  Too late, the view of Mt. Daly is sadly already gone.  Too late. No Base Village.  Tough. I’ll probably think of it in the middle of the night. We need some growth, but not too much. Keep all town, community feel.  Tourism board for the town.  Town Council has shifted into a progressive agenda to support the growth of our community and commercial development. I hope this does not change.  Traffic and parking controls.  Trails and Aspen trees.  Trails and the mountain.  Tranquility, don’t need another busy Aspen.  Transportation.  Two-lane roads.  Uncrowded ski mountains.  Unimpeded views of incredible vistas.  Unobstructed mountain views from all properties. It is sinful to see the Viceroy damage to the Alpine bank view. Don’t let this happen to the Snowmass center. So far, it looks like only peek-a-boo views will be left.  Unobstructed mountain views from any property that has it today, especially Snowmass center.  Unobstructed view of the ski mountain.  View plane of the surrounding mountain peaks. Don’t hide them with massive development unless you are trying to emulate Vail.  View planes, open space, wildlife corridors.  Views. (Mentioned twice.)  Village shuttle.  We don’t spend much time in town. We spend our winters there and generally just stay at home with friends and family. I like being able to go to mass in SMV instead of Aspen. We avoid Aspen as much as possible. The things we love can’t really be changed too much by anyone; the location, the peace, the beauty, and the mountain. One thing that always mars our experience is the post office. The personnel (one man in particular) is a really miserable human being who at least twice a year has someone in tears. There are occasionally others in town who let us know the general disdain some locals have for us part-timers. Other than that, from this extreme outsiders’ view, we love SMV.  Well, I would have said the view plain, but you messed that up with your Base Village.  Western flavor.  What is left of the original mall. It is uniquely Snowmass.  Wilderness and open space access.  Wildlife/environment.  Yes, a quiet mountain town that used to be without high-rise buildings. Base Village is abomination. I guess we’re way past that point now and it stinks. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3609-03-19 TC Packet Page 294 of 338 295 Q17. OPTIONAL: Do you have any comments about the services provided by the Community Development Department that you would like to share?  A mural could be done in the Base Village bus depot, to lighten and enhance the environment there.  About art work: consider art work that can become a destination draw for visitors to and residents of the RFV.  Amount of art is “just right” but always utilizing local artists in the community would be better.  Any communication was handled by builder/architect.  Art work in town does not fit with the original character or charm, art related to what started Snowmass, ranching, skiing, etc.  Aspen has many art galleries. Snowmass has none. Just an observation, but it speaks to the fact that Aspen is larger, has more full-time residents, and does not “shut down” in the off seasons.  Building staff are not available to provide customer service, process requests, answer questions or upload timely reviews much of the time.  Changes made in the field not following approved building permit plans are not caught until later or don’t require change order permit applications by the contractor/builder/owner.  Cannot read the names on the bricks at Base Village in front of the Tree House/Hayden Lodge.  Chris and staff are the best. Easy to work with during my remodel. Very helpful and give super guidance. Responds promptly. Fortunate to have him on staff.  Com Dev needs to understand its own codes.  Developer biased.  Developer biased at the expense of residential owners.  Development is too dense.  Don’t like the Tough Mudder cutting through our apartments. Makes it impossible to get home and the runners are kind of annoying. There are millions of acres on Snowmass Mountain for them.  Experiment with art. People complain all the time. Cut thru the noise and experiment more.  Fails to prioritize existing property owners’ desires above new development.  Favors developers. Does not consider impact on existing properties.  Focus on the important things: preserving our current natural environment, community activities in existing built environments (The Collective, the ice-skating rink), develop employment hubs.  Get rid of the terrible sculpture in the roundabout next to the Conoco station.  How about not caving into the whims of developers?  How many of them actually live in Snowmass Village?  I feel there are too many gas fireplaces out there that are being approved. These are often fired up w/out anybody being around them, and is environmentally irresponsible. Could these be set on a timer, so they aren’t just blazing all night? We don’t need any more, and they don’t fit with our ideas of being a green town/resort.  I have no idea what their mission is. Please clarify for all of us. A pet peeve of mine is bikers using Owl Creek Road when there are millions of dollars of bike trails running parallel to the road. And they ride in the middle of the road not allowing cars to pass them because of the yellow double line. Signs should be put up at the intersection of Highline and Owl Creek Road stating, “This road is for cars only. Bikers, please use the biking trails.” Every time I ride on Owl Creek and blow my horn, the biker will not move to the right, they just give me the finger and stay in the middle of the road. Maybe this is something the Community Development Department can address? I have lived here for 25 years and have never experienced this kind of biker behavior until last year. Apparently, bikers rule. (Note: I am a previous biker, I always used the bike paths.) 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3709-03-19 TC Packet Page 295 of 338 296  I have not noticed any art in the public spaces.  I like the art piece that was installed in the roundabout by the gas station a few years ago, but I don’t think it’s the right piece for that spot. It’s underwhelming.  I question the sculpture in the roundabout. Was it placed there because it was given to the town? If so, why was the artist willing to do this? Is it the most appropriate sculpture for its location?  I really don’t like the piece of “art” in the roundabout.  I would like to see designated hiking trails to eateries like Gwen’s or Elk Camp so non-skiers and skiers can join for lunch. Trails not fully straight up on side of busy ski/boarder lanes.  If the Community Development Department has a public art department, I would tell them three things: 1) we have very little art compared to Carbondale and Aspen, 2) the sculpture at the roundabout is a poor choice; it could be Stein Ericsson in his famous deep powder “comma” turn as seen on the cover of a magazine and 3) the art that has been attempted such as the sandstone “dinosaur bones” in the park (near the rodeo) is mostly a disaster. If there is a committee that chooses public art, it is thoroughly incapable of making good choices.  If they are in charge of art, they have no taste. Also, get rid of, or dim down, the lights on the roundabout. You could land a plane there.  If this is referring to art, I would like to see all our public art done by local artists. I also believe that we are putting ourselves out there as a family resort and I don’t believe edgy art fits our mold.  I’m not quite sure what services are currently being provided by the Community Development Department. If the sculpture at the roundabout near the gas station was facilitated by CDD, then that department is clueless.  Insensitive to density of development and retaining mountain views from existing property.  It depends on the art. This should have more community involvement.  It sure would be nice to have some “friendly” artwork in SMV. Thinking something that families would want to take pictures of, post those pictures, tag those pictures, and give SMV free advertising. Please stop with the modern art that has little to no connection or significance to SMV.  It would be nice if the artwork reflected more of our surroundings, like wildlife.  It would be really cool to see more art around town. Like graffiti art or murals by local artists, not just sculptures that are hidden away.  Leave well enough alone. Adding ugly stays ugly.  Less is more. The natural beauty is what makes this place special, not humans and not human junk.  Let’s move on quickly with a new updated transit area in Snowmass Village.  Like the signs.  Like to see more art as I don’t even know what is around to look at.  Listen to more people in the Village and not just the rich that don’t actually live in the Village area.  More art.  More art/display mammoth bone replicas in the mall.  Nature provides plenty of art.  Nature themed art even if it is temporary like at the roundabout.  Need better art and a better entrance statement at the circle.  Need more activities for kids in summer.  Need to think of things to draw visitors, new owners, and businesses year-round.  No more development on mountain and within town limits, just maintenance of current ones.  Not acting fast enough to update the land use code to the new comprehensive plan.  Please get rid of art at roundabouts. Looks trashy and has no connection with ski industry lifestyle etc. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3809-03-19 TC Packet Page 296 of 338 297  Please look carefully at availability of open spaces, especially in residential areas.  POS sculpture at roundabout, just because it was free? Should have been named, “The jokes on you Snowmass”.  Pro-development. Anti-view preservation.  Public art is a waste of money.  Public art should be relevant, subtle, and discoverable. Residents might turn a corner and have a “oh, isn’t that nice” reaction rather than a “wow” or “well, that’s a statement” moment.  Public art: not in favor of adding more artworks to trails. Preserve the natural experience.  Re: Public art and architecture. Many citizens of the world enjoy life here in Snowmass Village and consider the quiet restraint of the development here superior to most other ski resorts, as if “under development,” respect for the contours of nature, and the absence of attention getting “art”, let alone flashy billboards and commercialism, is an art in itself: a) The Brush Creek approach, without power lines. b) The stone retaining walls, earth tone. c) The signage, earth tone, with wood surrounds. d) The private homes, buried in the Aspen forests. e) The respect for the undeveloped ridge lines. f) The earth tone roofs and walls of most buildings that blend with the natural background. g) The profuse walkways and trails for hiking and biking, as artful as any Christo work may have been. h) The rail fencing. i) The earth tone bridges with wood accents. j) The bus stops, also earth tone. k) The reverence for the place as less spoiled. Reflected in most development decisions.  See above concerns. Can’t emphasize enough the importance of keeping our construction project to low elevations and set back away from the street. Please save our community.  Smarter Marketing of Collective and events.  Some of the trash cans are painted, why aren’t there more? Also, the new recycling receptacles could be painted as well.  Spending money on Ice Cube sculpture was not wise. Money better spent on trail maintenance. Our paved trails are in poor shape.  The art must blend with the natural environment.  The art purchased by the town should reflect the town’s values and location. Plastic ice cubes are not appropriate (and all that plastic is bad for the environment). Why not have benches with backs showing the mountains, wildlife, and other Snowmass area attractions? The roundabout sculpture would be great at Anderson Ranch, but is too urban for our Village. The money used to erect this “free” sculpture could be better used to bring art to everyday interactions, such as murals, the trash cans and other places we see constantly. Carbondale did a very nice job with this, including the “local kid art” or many western towns (Delta) have interesting murals about their history or locations.  The artwork at the new roundabout at the gas station is a total miss. Just leading us part-timers to wonder can SMV ever get it right? Some nice and pleasing mountain aesthetic art would be nice. Not lightning bolts and art that looks like a welder went wild with someone else’s budget.  The arts advisory board put an ugly “Holy Cross Electric” sculpture right smack in the middle of town. The ugly sculpture should be removed.  The community development department is doing an exceptional job. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 3909-03-19 TC Packet Page 297 of 338 298  The main concern I think that weighs on everyone in the community is the fire risk. We are often told "don't worry you live in a ski area and they are safe". That all went out the window last year. No amount of space separation is enough when it comes to fires. They create their own weather and wind and can't be controlled by the distance of a ski run. There are thousands of fallen trees along lift lines and ski runs that were left when they were cut. They are the potential that would make controlling a fire once it gets started impossible. Our whole Village is at risk due to the ski company leaving these fallen trees. Walk along the Two Creeks lift area and you'll see what I mean. We cannot let this happen again. We have to hold the ski company responsible for removing trees. No community should be put at risk to save the cost of clearing trees for lifts and runs. It is not too late to expect the ski company to make this right and to give assurances of being responsible in the future.  The Mall is aging. It's fine that its aging, it’s a cool space and has views of the continental divide! Spruce it up with more art and unique viewing areas and interactive displays. Put some of the reproductions on display on pedestals. Let the kids touch them. Make them accessible! Clean up our gardens around the Village and the mall. Landscape. And keep our town parks looking good!  The sculpture choices are horrible. I'm an artist so coming at it from an informed point of view. These pieces do nothing to accurately enhance the visible spaces they occupy in a way to speaks to a mountain town and resident values.  The smaller roundabout is convenient for those of us who know how to use it. However, 90% of the time visitors or whomever is driving do not correctly use it. It is awkward because it is so small and I find it a little dangerous because although I have the right of way, the downhill traffic never stops.  The town needs many, large, concise (not too much info) signs helping with directions. The placement of the signs is crucial. They need to be placed before intersections so that drivers will know in advance which direction to turn. Garbage and recycling receptacles need to be single color, not busy scribbles. Signs indicating where the grocery store is, the gondola, local and Aspen buses.  The traffic circles in front of the entrance to Snowmass and the Conoco station are a very good idea.  There is so much ugly architecture in Snowmass Village, it's hard to dress it up with art. "Lipstick on a pig." The Mall needs some serious curb appeal intervention.  They are doing a great job!  They are top notch and go out of their way to be helpful. There are some struggles with electronic permits, but Cindy is always helpful and can troubleshoot as necessary.  They're really awesome...especially that Brian guy!  Too biased towards developers at the expense of views and taxation and woefully insufficient employee housing.  Unless you are one of the big developers working on Base Village, the Mall or Snowmass Center you are treated like second class citizens.  Use of space inside building 6 is not consistent with supporting existing activities.  We need more full-time residents. Make it easy to build homes or start a business.  What about the eye sore the Upper Village has become due to lack of maintenance?  What does the department actually do?  Why are we spending 100k on artwork? Improve the entrance, 86 the rodeo. For only 8 nights a year? What a waste, and an eyesore.  Would be nice if we had a health fair weekend.  Would like to see a skatepark expansion!  Zoning staff needs serious improvement. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4009-03-19 TC Packet Page 298 of 338 299 Q24. Do you have any comments about the services provided by the Public Works Department that you would like to share?  I think the reader board mobile signs (speed limit) are helpful and effective. Because they are mobile, they can easily be moved to accommodate traffic flow and speed.  A roundabout at Brush Creek Owl Creek intersection will create chaos unless the size is much larger than the apparent available space. EG: How can a fire truck quickly navigate a small circle? Why not a stop light?  A sidewalk up Sinclair Road would be ideal, otherwise a plethora of Watch for Pedestrians is needed. It's like walking a death line traversing up/down Sinclair Rd.  Adding a bike path would help.  Anne does a great job with her crews and getting the job done. They are always willing to help where help is needed.  Anne Martens has done an exceptional job. I hope Council sees this.  Better maintained walkways /bike paths. Walkway up to market/post office is in unacceptable condition, also very poor maintenance all the way down Brush Creek Road.  Better visibility at Brush Creek and Upper Carriage Way with left turns, bus station.  Better pedestrian walkways from Upper Mall and businesses to employee housing. With weather, lighting, and curvature of road difficult for drivers to see walkers/bikers.  Better, and more timely plowing.  Bike lanes.  Brush Creek/Owl Creek intersection is a big problem and not safe for kids or at night. Walking from this intersection to Anderson Ranch/Fairway 3/Sinclair Meadows safety needs to be improved. So many people walk this route and it is not safe.  Brush Creek and Owl Road needs a Cross Walk Pedestrian Signal really bad.!!!!!  Brush Creek has too much vehicular traffic for walkers or bikers. A path 50ft or more from Brush Creek Rd would be fine.  Brush Creek has too much vehicular traffic to be safe for walkers and bikers. If sidewalks are constructed, they should be trails off the major road in and out of SMV.  Can we add striping to the parking lots, at least for the summer season? It seems like we could maximize spaces that way, and reduce the times that people park incorrectly.  Complete the walkway around the golf course perimeter on Owl Creek from Brush Creek roundabout to the section of road leading to the Two Creeks lift area and up the road all the way to the Upper intersection with Brush Creek.  Confused on these questions as there are sidewalks.  Could use a sidewalk on Brush Creek as the paved trail is unwalkable in the winter. That being said the paved trail going up to Base Village could also just be plowed.  Crossings to ski slope in Wood Road are difficult.  Dept should provide disposal services for many items that must be taken to county dump, i.e., electronic equipment, paint, fluorescent lights, etc. It is wasteful for each resident to drive to the dump.  Desperately need a cross walk when you cross the street on Owl Creek coming from chapel that connects Brush Creek trail on other side going uphill. Very busy intersection and people hardly seem to notice pedestrians crossing the street to continue on Brush Creek trail. I also think there needs to be a better cross walk that connects Brush Creek trail near the below the first round about near town park. Cars are usually flying up the hill, and tend to neglect pedestrians as they are still going 40 mph. THANK YOU!!!! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4109-03-19 TC Packet Page 299 of 338 300  Do not put roundabout at Owl Creek/Brush Creek intersection. Remove roundabout at Wood Road (mini).  Don't make us into an urban city.  During development of Base Village, it was indicated to Tamarack Owners and shown on drawings that there would be in island installed at the Tamarack to Treehouse crossing but this ended up as a painted island. This needs to be a raised island to control traffic and provide a safe haven for crossing.  Everyone just drives over the mini roundabout. Cars, buses, bikes. It's confusing for tourists who don't know what's going on and frustrating for residents who just want people to keep moving and use the roundabout like it was meant to be used.  Excellent trails within SMV.  Fine with number of roundabouts we currently have, no more please. Also, Wood Road & Lower Village to parking garage is confusing.  Good.  Have we considered outsourcing most of the Public Works Dept and using the savings to construct more employee housing?  Having out of SMV people using our dumpsters is still out of control. I see lots of people not living in the Village using the dumpsters. There is no enforcement of this illegal dumping. I really bothers me to pay what we do for solid waste and have non-residents use it frequently. There is a sign threatening there is a camera, but everyone knows there isn't a camera.  I don't know what you mean my sidewalk/pedestrian walkways. It seems like all of the listed areas already have sidewalks. The crosswalks especially at Owl Creek/Brush Creek on Owl Creek and Brush Creek as well as on Sinclair/Brush Creek are an issue. Faraway/Brush Creek has similar issues but also has the wonderful Wood Bridge which as a walker and biker works well.  I know it was not an option, and gladly so, never acceptable to have stop lights!! Please never consider stop lights!!! I LOVE living in a town with NO lights.  I like the Public Works Department almost as much as that awesome Brian guy in the Planning Department!  I live near the Little Red School House and I fear for my life (and my granddaughters life) when we cross Owl Creek at the Gambel Way bus stop. The speeding is excessive and there is little done to slow the traffic down. I wish we had speed bumps on this stretch, or the police enforced the speed limit. Drivers are not impressed by the signs as they enter this area of the road. It's locals as well as tourists. This is my biggest concern. Help keep my family safe! Please do something!  I may not understand well, but I think the issue is more enforcement and less civil engineering. I could be mistaken.  I object to adding sidewalks where there already exists a paved path or trail to get to the same general location. I don't want increased storm water runoff with the additional hard surfaces.  I think overall, they do a nice job.  I think the Public Works Dept did an awesome job this year with all the snow. I know that options are being explored for Brush Creek/Owl Creek intersection. I just want to say it is super dangerous. I watch people try to stop/slowdown in the winter once they realize they need to turn right onto Owl Creek from Brush Creek and slide through the intersection, hit other cars and in general create dangerous driving and pedestrian conditions. I have also witnessed near T-boning with cars coming down Brush Creek and cars turning left. I have seen fender benders there too. Also, the traffic during busy times of the year backs up to Meadow Ranch for people trying to get onto Brush Creek from Owl Creek and around the 5 pm hour traffic is steady enough where I have gone up to the roundabout to use it to turn left onto Owl Creek because people are exiting the Village after work. All in all, this intersection is a ticking 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4209-03-19 TC Packet Page 300 of 338 301 time bomb for a major accident. I live here full time and have for most of my adult life and I see how much busier this intersection has become in the last 5 years.  I think the speed limit on Owl Creek from the corner of Brush Creek to just past the little red schoolhouse should be changed from 35 to 30 or 25. I have thought this for many years.  I wanted to comment on the safety at the Rodeo Lot intersection. As a driver, I encounter pedestrian hazards there frequently, especially at dawn or dusk. It just seems like there is a lot going on right there with both bus pullout, pedestrians crossing, the intersection with Clubhouse Dr and entrance to Rodeo Lot.  I was told that this isn't the towns responsibility. However, I would like to bring up that during some of the winter storms, the parking lot at the Center was very hazardous. Several cars had problems getting traction because of all the snow and nobody was plowing that area. Again, this may not be the town but wanted to say something, nonetheless.  I wish they would have kept John Baker. He was a great manager and I could talk to him if there were any problems.  I would like to see a pedestrian crosswalk or some measure at the Brush Creek/Owl Creek intersection, between the shuttle stops.  I would walk more if I felt more safe.  If you want people to not drive, then walking has to be safer.  I'm confused! There are already pedestrian paths in many of these locations. Maybe the pedestrians don't like the routes, or the hills involved but they are there.  Improve recycling. The condominiums in Snowmass do not offer recycling. Fine places (including hotels) that do not recycle, as NY City has done for at least 20 years. Composting would be great, but most of the town does not have recycling! Improve pedestrian access. The town is not large, yet it is hard to walk to many locations. Make sure the access exists year.  In the winter sometimes the snow is piled so that it blocks entrances to trails which is annoying and makes their use difficult. Also, would love a composting option.  It would be nice to have dedicated bike paths in the Village - or at least widened paths so that part of them might be for bikes only. When you come around a corner on a bike, even very slowly, it is easy to get tripped up by dogs on long leases, dogs on no leashes, wide baby carriages, people across the width of the path, etc. In Dallas, the community paths are divided down the middle by a center line (might require widening the existing paths) which make clear to people that there is two-way traffic. The uphill bike/walking path just above Owl Creek Rd (above the SMV Chapel at the intersection near Brush Creek) is ridiculously steep. On a bike it is hard to get enough steam uphill (when worried about those you can’t see coming down) and it is hard to navigate coming downhill for the same reason (and stopping in time before you get to the road). The other very steep path for bikes is the last segment going up to Owl Creek Pass on the SMV side.  It’s very dangerous to try and walk to the center from the employee units at Mountain View/Creekside/Palisade.  Lack of trash pickup and shuttle service in Wood Run neighborhood, even during summer months, makes homeowners there feel discriminated against.  Make it more pedestrian and bike friendly. The e-bikes are coming!  Many pedestrians walk up and down Wood Road. Snowmass Village desperately needs sidewalks there and in many other places. Visitors and tourists should not have to walk on roads competing for space with cars! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4309-03-19 TC Packet Page 301 of 338 302  Mini roundabout at Carriage Way needs to go away. I've almost been hit 6 times by Wood Road traffic never stopping or slowing. They can't see the signs and don't do it anyway. Either put in all stops that people can see or go back to the old way.  More parking at Base, two creeks access to mountain all season.  More sidewalks.  More sidewalks in and around town housing.  More slowdown islands and better road markings. At Base Village a traffic island and blinking yellow light!  Most drivers seen here do not know that the intersection of Wood Road and Carriage Way is a mini roundabout. Improve signage and paint a yellow stripe around the roundabout, or get rid of it. Have one speed limit per road, with posted yellow caution speeds as needed; multiple and changing speed limits on one road (e.g., Brush Creek Road) seems like the multiple speed limits are only for speed ticket revenue.  MUST facilitate safe walking. Most TOSV leaders do not walk around town but as a part-time resident I do, and the difference is apparent in comments about pedestrian safety measures.  Need crosswalk lines painted to cross at Owl Creek to get to bus.  Need Kearns to Center sidewalk.  Need lots more sidewalks so folks can walk around this Village year-round.  Need more crosswalks to connect walking trails.  Need more designated bus stops/shelters.  Need sidewalk from Kearns to Center.  Need speed bumps on Upper Woodbridge Rd. by the swimming pool.  Need to improve BCR paths Meadow to Owl Creek, particularly at Sinclair.  Need to maintain paved bike paths. Upgrade and enforce pedestrian crossings, town park to commons/path across Brush Creek to Ditchline, Highline to Tom Blake, etc.  New/improved sidewalks should be designed with a gravel easement running along-side like the Brush Creek path.  Pam rocks!  Parking lots are falling apart, and the snow is not removed in a timely manner.  Paved trail behind Woodbridge Condos needs work on pavement and railroad ties.  Pedestrian situation on OCR and BCR from OCR to Snowmass Center not so good.  Pedestrian walkways are preferable to "city" sidewalks throughout the Village. I would support the interconnection of all the existing Village paved trails to provide alternatives to walking along Brush Creek Rd.  People (tourist and locals) drive way to fast. Making more pedestrian crosswalks May slow people down. The flashing lights work well.  Please consider pedestrian improvements and crossing improvements along Brush Creek Road from Owl Creek Road up to Wood Road (and to Mountain View and Mall if possible). Roundabout at Owl Creek Rd is long past due. Complete planning for roundabout, transit and pedestrian improvements to the Owl Creek intersection and study options for funding.  Please explore sidewalks in the above-mentioned areas of the Village.  Please put in a speed bump on lower Woodbridge Road. People go way too fast on this road -15mph speed limit is never enforced or followed.  Please see comments regarding roundabout at Brush Creek/Owl Creek in previous area. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4409-03-19 TC Packet Page 302 of 338 303  Props to the snowplow drivers. Living and driving in the Village would be far more difficult and scary were it not for their diligence.  Put in a roundabout at Brush Creek and Owl Creek.  RE sidewalks and walkways: Not a fair ROI. We do enjoy an excellent bus system. If you are thinking of recreational bikers/peds, we aren't enough to justify the expense.  Repair existing paved paths and walkways before building new ones.  Return trash bins to Wood Road.  Road bikes in the Roundabouts are extremely dangerous!!!!  Road maintenance and snow removal are excellent. The mini roundabout is unusable, it is very confusing, and many drivers do not know who actually has the right of way.  Roundabouts are not good because people who are not taught that they are NOT A STOP SIGN have no clue that you merge every other car. Maybe you can publicize how to maneuver through one like we were taught on the east coast during driving school.  Roundabouts, walkways, crosswalks, and sidewalks are only beneficial if done well. Where you are asking about sidewalks, I believe there are bike paths that could be utilized if properly kept clear for walking and made more visually pleasing so people would want to use. I think our bike paths are the worst maintained of any area in the Roaring Fork Valley. A sidewalk along a busy road with splash back would be horrible. Improve what you have.  Safety.  Second pass snowplowing leaves roads unsightly. Once is enough.  Sidewalk for Brush Creek Rd -Owl Creek Rd to Faraway Rd, there are already two trails that connect these locations; one is paved, one is gravel. No sidewalk is necessary! Brush Creek Road-Faraway Road to Wood Road, there is already a paved trail connecting these locations! Don't urbanize our town with more sidewalks!  Sidewalks are better than people walking on the side of the road. The mini roundabout is too confusing for most and would be best served by a three way stop.  Sidewalks in more local residential areas, i.e. Horse Ranch, Meadow Road.  Sidewalks parallel to paved walkways make little sense, and the separation from cars is comfortable. On the other hand, further up Brush Creek pedestrians are way too exposed to fast traffic.  Sidewalks save lives.  Single manned location for trash/recycling/composting drop off. Mandatory recycling for all residents and businesses. Pay a little more now or pay a lot more later.  Snowplow/removal department does an amazing job.  Snow removal and sanding in late November last year was weak. Snow removal the next month in December and the rest of the winter was great. Seemed to be a budget issue, like staffing wasn't available or as strong, but of course the roads iced up anyway and vehicles slid off the road.  Snow removal is great. The mini roundabout by Base Village is confusing and largely useless.  Solid Waste and Road Depts. do a heck of a job!  Stop cementing and paving paradise.  Stop using that useless street sweeper truck on Brush Creek Road during morning hours from 7 - 8:30!! You flood the road at the roundabout with your sprinkler system anyway. That truck is a waste of time and money.  That mini roundabout is the worse design ever. No one yields going up or down Wood Road and when you take a left from carriage road there's not a reason to go 'around' the roundabout. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4509-03-19 TC Packet Page 303 of 338 304  The "mini roundabout" is not a roundabout at all. You can't paint a circle in an intersection and call it a roundabout! I see SO MANY near accidents at that "intersection". No one knows what to do there. No one treats it as a roundabout. Please put the 2 downhill stop signs back! Please!  The above places are extremely dangerous for pedestrians and I hope the town will address this.  The bike path acts as a good sidewalk, maybe just add to make it easier to use up especially around the center?  The bus stop at Meadow Road coming from the Village down towards the rodeo lot is extremely dangerous. There is a willow tree that blocks the view of the bus stop and in the winter at night the bus has a hard time seeing people at the stop and has to pull over and stop very quickly. I feel it is very important that something be done to address this before someone gets hurt.  The crossing at Brush Creek before coming into town needs a light or underpass.  The current access between Mtn View to Wood Road and Snowmass Mall should be kept with the bike paths. It is too narrow to throw a sidewalk in those areas.  The dumpster at the bottom of Meadow Road is out of control. The resident living across from the street from the dumpster who owns Colette Landscaping routinely fills up multiple dumpsters with yard waste that should not be in the dumpster. I am frequently there when multiple people from different parts of Snowmass Village are using the dumpster for the dumping material there that should not be in the landfill. The recycling containers clearly contain material that is not able to be recycled. I would appreciate small containers with more specific information about where the recycling is currently going to ensure that this an appropriately used resource. There are routinely tires, chemicals and other matters near the dumpsters that clearly don't belong in the trash. This needs to be locked and keys given to the residents who are approved to use these dumpsters.  The first three have a bike trail option. The fourth does not have any option.  The flashing pedestrian lights are awesome! A sidewalk with low-cast lighting between the upper Brush Creek employee housing complexes and the Mall would be great given the number of people that choose to walk to/from these areas year-round. (Especially for night use.)  The mini round-about between transit center and round-about next to the gas station is not functional and makes no sense.  The mini roundabout in front of the transit center is stupid and not effective.  The mini roundabout is an accident waiting to happen. Nobody yields coming down Wood Road (including Town Shuttles) and everyone ignores the same rules they successfully used to get through the first one.  The mini roundabout near Treehouse is not noticeable because many people run it over and do not yield there. Composting attracts bears so it could be an attraction to the bears, especially if users do not lock the doors.  The more options people have to safely walk or ride around the Village, the better.  The questions about walking areas need comment. The Brush Wood Road roundabout is great for cars but much too narrow for bike safety or walkers. The signaled crosswalk at the Town Park is great due to the large volume of walkers there. Other intersections (Owl, Faraway) need crosswalks but probably can be adequate with striping and signage to avoid more flashing lights. Sidewalks along Owl Creek are needed for the area from Brush to Fairway Three. There is a lot of foot traffic there with limited bike path access while Brush Creek has moderately good bike path access, maybe needs more signage to get improved use.  The roundabouts cause more traffic than anything, not to mention the people who visit that don't know how to drive in a roundabout. I can count on 2 hands how many times I have seen a car going the opposite direction in there! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4609-03-19 TC Packet Page 304 of 338 305  The roundabout at Wood Road and Carriage Way is ridiculous. No one sees or uses it. The space is way too small for a roundabout. A 4-way stop would be better. The Recycling is at best confusing. We try our best to separate and appropriately put recycling in our bins, but if you have one lone item that they don't like, they will not take any of our recycling. It must be perfect, or they leave it on the curb. This is ridiculous. Help us try to be better recyclers, don't just reject everything because you don't like one piece of plastic that didn't belong.  The sewer/water fees continue to escalate each year--WHY??? We are only two people living in our home and don't use that much water. We live in Fox Run and our irrigation system is NOT Town water. And, why is the sewer plant taking so long to build?? Costly Overruns?  The sidewalk from Mountain View to the mall needs to happen. People seriously take their lives in their hands every day walking that curve, particularly at night with no lights and drunk drivers on the road. If we can't build a sidewalk, because people seem to hate sidewalks for some reason, we should at least widen the shoulder, so pedestrians have a safe distance from the road to walk.  The reason I gave low scores to solid waste/recycling is entirely because of the lack of composting, I honestly think those guys do a good job. It is a bit embarrassing to hold environmental conferences in a town that doesn't, at the very least, have composting.  The sidewalks are inadequate to walk from the Mall down the hill to anywhere significant. The bus system is excellent, but not always there when needed. I'd be happy to walk home (Seasons 4), after dinner but I'd take my life in my hands to do so.  The small roundabout at Carriage Way/Wood Run causes more confusion then any roundabout I have seen and used. Drivers have no idea on how to handle a small thing. Please bring back the STOP signs.  The speed limit on Owl Creek is much too high. You can't safely drive a car and it's worse for a truck, going the speed limit downhill around a curve, near a firehouse and near a crosswalk to a bus stop. 35 is too high. For all the activity along that road, church, the ranch, 4 subdivisions, (Teachers, Meadow Ranch, Sinclair, Fairway) two schools (Arts Ranch, Little Red School House) new fire house, cross country ski crossing, bike crossings. The road has 2 curves that obscure the road and it has a significant slope. At 35 there are too many times when people on their cell phones increase the risk beyond what is reasonable. The speed limit needs to be lowered. Why increase when going by the fire house?  The toughest spot for cars and pedestrians is Brush Creek and Owl Creek intersections.  The trash services provided are excellent and very well managed, but the fees charged are outrageous!  This cost should be included in our property taxes and not another additional +/- $540 a year for trash that I have to drive to drop off, not even curb side. Please lower this cost.  The worker bee lots fill first and should be cleared of snow prior to lot 6, i.e. lots 2 & 3  There are already pedestrian paved paths, they are just lower than Brush Creek from Faraway to the Wood Road roundabout and there are continuations of it up Wood and Up Carriage Way. May need to do another overpass or tunnel to connect roundabout area to Snowmass Mall (Clark's Mkt.) The traffic is only an issue at peak times, which there really aren't that many of. Maybe a traffic cop at Owl Creek and Brush during peak loads would suffice. The traffic circles that Colorado is in love with take up precious land use space and are not the salvations to traffic people want to think they are, especially to tourists or people not paying attention.  There are numerous places on the hike/bike trails where the blacktop needs repairing. Also, the wooden bridge across the street from Alpine bank on Brush Creek has wooden slats that are in disrepair.  There is already a bike path on most of Brush Creek. Need a path on Highline.  There is not that many pedestrians or bikers, overwhelming car traffic is the irreversible issue!?  There needs to be a right turn lane from Owl Creek on to Brush Creek.  They do a great job! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4709-03-19 TC Packet Page 305 of 338 306  This may be for the trails people: there needs to be better signage directing people to Aspen where the bike path passes through Meadow Ranch. People get lost all the time and wander around Meadow Ranch.  Those people who are voting against pedestrian safety appear not to walk much. I walk most of the time and do not feel safe in many areas because of the lack of sidewalks. Speed limits not enforced on Carriage Way/Snowmelt road. Buses routinely drive over sidewalks. Housing maintenance staff regularly block sidewalks, so they don't have to park their vehicles which causes pedestrians to walk in the street. Top of the Village visitors during Ragnar and Tough Mudder often park on the sidewalks again forcing pedestrians to walk in the street.  Too many times morning traffic is dangerous because of lack of snow plowing.  Town dropped the ball on putting in a sidewalk from Lower Kearns Road (below Alpine Bank) to Conoco crosswalk on the north and south side of Brush Creek. Absolutely, no room for bikes or pedestrians. This should be a top priority for public safety. Also, the new sidewalk from Viceroy up Wood Road to Crestwood should be maintained in the winter, not used to plow snow onto, forcing people to walk on the roadway. Better police visibility also in the winter, as guests use it to access Base Village and skier pick-up. Tree House is too congested. Was promised crosswalks, but nothing for pedestrian safety along Wood Road and no enforcement of construction traffic, out of limelight and across from Viceroy is ridiculous. What is it going to take, a pedestrian or construction worker getting killed before TOSV does something?  Use the existing road easements for better shoulders. Add free dirt. Note where Holy Cross is working now, this summer. For example, a 30-foot legal, wide easement with only a 12-foot wide asphalt road surface is not easily plowed, etc. 2) Helpful if ten foot tall stakes were used instead of the existing three foot tall stakes (at the road edges) that get buried by Christmas.  Very few people use the flashing lights at the roundabout. This can be dangerous. A sign needs to be erected to make people use the flashing lights.  Very visible 3-way yield signs at the Wood Road/Carriage Way roundabout to try and help people understand the desired system.  Walk on the existing bike trails, it's safer and prettier. No need to build sidewalks along Brush Creek Road when trail system already connects the areas mentioned.  Want a pedestrian friendly and pedestrian safe walking environment on Wood Road.  We already have walkways from Brush/Owl to Wood Road. Some improvements getting people from Brush to the walkway would be the first step.  We desperately need a crosswalk at intersection of Fairway Drive and Owl Creek Road - it's a blind crossing - you can't see traffic coming from the west.  We have one good roundabout at the entrance, one dysfunctional roundabout that needs to be addressed upper, and the mini roundabout is ridiculous and confusing and pointless. I think it should go away. Crosswalks could be helpful, but we do not need additional roundabouts, and I caution against the crossing lights except at the Blue Roofs because of the potential for traffics' obstructed view of a crosswalk with the hills. Seems like flashing crossing lights could be excessively added, work smarter not wasteful. But you’re probably going to do it regardless. Please no more roundabouts.  We miss John Baker; the roads were much better taken care of when he was in the position.  We need at least an official crosswalk, or a pedestrian activated flashing beacon crosswalk at the RFTA bus stop located at the intersection of Owl Creek & Brush Creek Roads. Cars come fast from both directions, and it is extremely difficult and unsafe at times to cross to catch the bus.  We need more crosswalks; it is very unsafe out there.  We need sidewalks on upper Brush Creek! It's a very dangerous situation. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4809-03-19 TC Packet Page 306 of 338 307  We NEED sidewalks! Cars go way too fast down Brush Creek Road.  While improved the last three years since I complained, I still spend $500 to $1000 PER YEAR (Down from $1000 to 2000!) to repair my lawn and sprinklers because the plows go FAR OVER the easement and rip the heck out of my berm and lawn.  Would be lovely if the driver (has lamb chop sideburns) who uses the massive caterpillar (that goes 10 mph, slower than molasses running uphill on a cold day!) at 8:30 in the morning (way to late in the day) removed snow at 5 am instead so that he would not impede shuttle drivers getting employees and patrons to their destination. Especially when there is only 2 to 4 inches of snow! A regular truck and plow would be 10 times faster!!!! Also, with the parking levels! People are coming to work and parking at 6:30am or earlier!!! The dividers on top of the heated road need to be scrapped off! The snowmelt doesn't work properly with the added build-up on snowmelt road by Carriage Road and Woodbridge! Make roundabouts big enough for school busses and transit busses! Any curb in the winter gathers snow and ice and narrows a parking space as well as a road! No curbs, no steep edges! The name of this town is SNOWMASS Village! When roads are snow covered lines are obsolete. Wider roads by upper Sinclair road turn off. Finished bike path along Brush Creek. Widen road before Faraway Road and pave and have a Snowmass Police car permanently parked there during busy times of the day. Police man inside would be optional. Larger parking lot at Spiral parking lot. Move the Boulders and put in more gravel parking. I wish the town of Snowmass Village didn't have so many growing pains!  Would like to be able to bike safely from Snowmass Village to Snowmass Club.  Would like to see consideration of pavement markings on major roads to facilitate cycling safety.  Yes, the roads are not in as good a shape as they used to be when John Baker ran the road department. Sometimes you had to call to have them come plow N. Ridge Ln. this past winter. Every house on that street is occupied they're all duplexes it was kind of a nightmare but then again, we had a lot of snow this winter. Kind of wild how the town staff just wants to keep building along the roads in our Village. Sidewalks are a good. I'm not sure if all those sidewalks are needed, we already have hiking and biking past between almost all the locations you listed. Which I'm sure something will come up future in the survey but the bike paths. Seem to be very neglected throughout the Village, very neglected. As are most of the small parks throughout the Village. Safety wise the sidewalks might be a good idea but if you could get people up to the existing path easily that would be a better idea! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 4909-03-19 TC Packet Page 307 of 338 308 Q27. Do you have any comments about the services provided by the Police Department that you would like to share?  Always a quick response time and understanding.  Amazing! We have the best Police in SMV! Great people and great leadership.  AMAZING!!!  As dangerous as Owl Creek is with all the various activities along it, I have never seen any policing along Owl Creek at the junction of Owl Creek and Fairway Three/Owl Creek Grove. There are many speeding vehicles in the morning with the drivers distracted by their cell phones, before and after the two curves. People cross there to the bus stop; it is an area where there are frequent pedestrians, especially on the winter schedule.  As mentioned above, we need the Base Village patrolled more when there are bicycle events.  Awesome group that is an example for other police departments around the country.  Chill on the speed traps. No need to stop someone for going 5 or 10 miles over the speed limit where hardly a car or anything in sight. It only enforces they are bored.  Dense development requires changing to manage it. Illegal parking on sidewalks by service personnel discourages making the Town a pedestrian friendly place. The exhaust alone makes it unpleasant but the wholesale blocking of the sidewalk is even worse on upper Carriage Way. It happens every day at the Laurelwood and TOV and especially during Ragnar Relay and Tough Mudder by visitors in addition to service companies.  Does not enforce existing ordinances.  Dogs off leash still a problem but a little better. Owners not picking up there used poop bags on trails. Used poop bags are dropped on the shoulder of trail. Can you believe it?  Enforce the speed limits! People drive way too fast.  Enforcement of law!  Great job. (Mentioned twice.)  Helpful, responsive, especially during recent eviction in our housing complex. Professional.  I am bothered by the police hiding in places to catch speeders. Isn't there a better way to keep traffic moving safely?  I appreciate the proactive, professional services.  I don't ever see police drive/patrol up to TOV. They usually turn around before it.  I don't like seeing police vehicles setting traps or lurking in the parking areas - just doesn't look right. people are great.  I feel badly for tourists who get pulled over for unintentionally driving too fast--I hope that they are given warnings, not tickets.  I feel the Village police work very hard to make the community feel safe and supported. I hope they maintain their focus on helping the community and not "policing" the community. I have always felt we are working "together" to keep Snowmass safe and enjoyable for all residents and our guests.  I hike the Rim Trail often. There's limited parking and I've seen cars parked on the side of the road. Once, I thought I saw an officer writing a ticket or warning for these cars. There should be more options or better signs for parking.  I see many dogs on the trails but RARELY see owners with their dogs on leashes. If there was any chance of a fine, I believe owners would follow the leash requirement.  I like our police dept and the philosophy they hold. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5009-03-19 TC Packet Page 308 of 338 309  I think our police department is excellent. My concerns is that there does not seem to be a lot of communication or coordination between the police, housing department, and the Snowmass HOA. I think there is so much to be gained by the community when all three coordinate with each other.  I think the Snowmass police spend too much time try to catch people for speeding and giving tickets. It leads to the feel that they are trying to fill a quota. It's a very different feeling than in Aspen where you feel like they are patrolling the speed limit to increase safety.  I think there could be more enforcement on Owl Creek Road, people seem to drive very aggressively on that road.  I think they are all pros and one of the strongest aspects of TOSV. They do a great job.  I think TOSV Police are the best I have ever seen. These guys (both genders included) are on target, very professional, and deliver great service. I have seen none of the tensions experienced in large cities. I appreciate the fact that they are loyal to locals and do not mess with citizens and visitors.  I think we have one of the best Police Departments around the valley!  I wish Animal Services would patrol and enforce the lease laws on our trails. At the very least I'd like to see more presence on the South Rim trail when it comes to educating dog owners on the dangers of having their dogs off leash.  I wish dog leash laws were more enforced.  I would like to see the leash law enforced better on the golf course and on town trails, especially in the winter months.  I would really like to see policing of leash laws for dogs on hiking trails. It's not good for the environment. Dogs poop wherever they please and rarely is that picked up and disposed of properly, and they can cause issues with hikers who are obeying the laws and have their dogs on a leash. Thank you!  I'd be bored out of my mind doing their job so kudos to them. The guy at Base camp intersection in the winter needs to chill out!! He'd be more useful standing in the center of the mini roundabout and directing traffic there.  Implement Radar Speed Checks At busiest (traffic and Pedestrian) locations!  It seems like there are police on the roads at all times. I do not have an issue with this but question the cost to taxpayers.  It seems to be a free for all on our roads! Cars are going way too fast!  It would be nice to see BYOB brought back as an option for free concerts.  Keep doing what you are doing.  Keep hiking trails open all year long.  Kudos to Brian and his team!  Lori and Tina are really great at their animal control efforts. They really care about the health of wildlife and pets. Pets off of leash continue to be a problem on the trails.  Love the Snowmass Village Police Department.  Maybe this is already done, but a SMV Police Department hosted community picnic would be welcome.  More enforcement needs to be done on Brush Creek especially the stretch between the roundabout at Base Village and Sinclair relative to speeding. Additionally, enforcement needs to be done to protect bicyclists on Brush Creek and Owl Creek road: cars do not yield to bicyclists or give the requisite 3'.  More visibility would help.  Mostly friendly to residents and guests, but need to be more visible around Wood Road in winter, with skier drop off above Base Village.  Must change to enforce resident and visitor ordinance compliance. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5109-03-19 TC Packet Page 309 of 338 310  Need better enforcement of the leash law. Way too many unleashed dogs on the trails, Too much poop left by dog owners.  Need to enforce existing ordinances - No Smoking in Base Village  Not enough enforcement of existing ordinances on No Smoking, Dogs on leash, and No bike riding in major gathering areas such as Base Village.  Our police force is the best in the state.  Owl Creek Road speed limit should be reduced from 35mph to 30mph.  Parking should be its own department for issuing permits and tickets, and paying tickets.  Please monitor/enforce speed limit on Faraway Rd. Thank you.  Please enforce the speed limit on Owl Creek by the Little Red School House and Gambel Way bus stop. Everyone speeds and I am in fear for my family- particularly when crossing Owl Creek on snowy icy days. Help!  Please ticket the speeders and drunk drivers.  Please watch and check speeds on Sinclair Road on the straight away as folks go 50-60 up and down there. It is crazy! There is no sidewalk so walking on the street is terrifying!  Police are friendly, competent, and helpful.  Police are universally friendly, reasonable, flexible and polite, all of which comforts the citizenry, which tends to reflect those same qualities.  Police Department is exemplary!  Police in animal services in Snowmass Village are exemplary! Super trustworthy awesome police officers and animal service officers! They're the best.  Police Officers and Animal Control officers are fantastic and always willing to help. They are amazing!  Police officers dealing with parking seems like a poor use of their time.  Police should enforce noise ordinance. Many calls to police about excessive amplified music from Venga Venga are ignored.  Really appreciate police being seen at busy bus stops to alert traffic for child safety. My sense of police is they are a community force to serve and protect. Their "personal" professionalism garners respect.  Remember we are a glorified subdivision the town is nothing more than an HOA, the police department should provide services accordingly.  See my comment on Q11. I'd like not to be the target of ticket writing practice sessions. I have to see my mom sometimes, and I leave my car here. Having someone move it is pure busywork.  Seems like there are always police cars sitting along roadsides all over the Village. Don't see this in Aspen or other resort communities as much.  SMV police provide excellent community service.  Some people speed down Meadow Road and ignore the speed bump. Many deer, and kids, cross the road and speeders would not have a chance to stop.  Spend too much time sitting in one spot with motor and A/C running rather than patrolling. Don't do enough traffic direction at busy times at places like Brush Creek/Owl Creek intersection.  Stay mellow.  Step up our leash law enforcement and to start writing tickets. No more education or slap on the wrist. It's the law.  Stricter enforcement of leash and litter laws. Irresponsible dog owners are a nuisance and liability to all, pet owners and non-pet owners alike.  Thank you for all that you do!  Thank you for your service to the community. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5209-03-19 TC Packet Page 310 of 338 311  Thank you, Police Department for serving us and the TOSV so well.  Thanks for keeping it safe and the great concern the police have to be approachable.  The best police force in Colorado! Period.  The constant presence of police is my #1 complaint about living in Snowmass. It's way more than Basalt or Aspen. Guests from out of town have noted this and many of my local friends complain but are afraid to speak up about it for fear of being targeted.  The SMV police department is outstanding. They deal with problems quietly, confidently, and thoughtfully with the tact of professional therapists!  The speed traps on Brush Creek below Rodeo Lot are inappropriate, should give locals at least one warning if going too fast.  They are all awesome, and really care about the Village.  They are fabulous!!!  They are super friendly.  They do a great job. (Mentioned twice.)  They do a great job in our small community.  They do a great job. In particular animal services. In the 13 years I have been here the population of people has rapidly increased, and it seems to me the wildlife populations have increased as well.  They do not enforce No Smoking ordinances.  They have always been very friendly when interacting at the bottom of Elk Camp Gondola.  They respond promptly.  This is a tough job and our police officers are very respectful and are well-respected in return. Good job!  This is the best Police Department I have ever seen.  Top notch. I appreciate the school bus escort in the morning.  Town leash law is not enforced, either enforce or take off books. Selective enforcement is not acceptable and may create liability.  Unfortunately, it seems we may need a little increase in police presence on the Village Mall in the winter season.  Very nice people but with more people in the Village now, must enforce traffic, parking, and No Smoking ordinances. Dogs must be leashed. Warning folks is great but habitual offenders need stronger measures.  Very professional.  We are so lucky to have a community-oriented, approachable, and trustworthy police department. Also, it would be great to improve/ increase education and enforcement pertaining to equestrians staying off hiking/ biking trails (where prohibited) and leash laws for dogs. It is only a matter of time before someone is hurt due to a lack of rule following and I'd hate for the Police to be blamed.  We don't need police stationed all night at the rec center looking for speeders or DUI's. We need a police presence that is available when needed. Animal services is fine with respect to wildlife. However, loose dogs is a widespread and continuous problem that they do not control at all. Snowmass Village has a leash rule.  We have the best Chief of Police and Police Force in the Nation!!!  Wish they would enforce existing ordinances on smoking.  Would like to see greater enforcement of leash laws on public property and trails.  Would like to see stronger penalties for people breaking into swimming pools after hours to discourage future activity. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5309-03-19 TC Packet Page 311 of 338 312  Wish they would enforce No smoking ordinance.  Yes, but I won't.  You guys are awesome. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5409-03-19 TC Packet Page 312 of 338 313 Q31. Do you have any comments about the services provided by the Transportation and Parking Department that you would like to share?  A better alternative for off season shuttles. Too infrequent. Or more parking at Village center for those of us that work there.  Again, lack of shuttle service to Wood Run 1--specifically Bridge Lane--is hard to accept, especially in summer months when snow is not an issue.  All parking needs to be equal. It is patently unfair to make Base Village provide free parking when other venues are charging.  ALL parking should be fee-for-service year-round.  Allow BV employees to purchase numbered lot parking permits.  As a residential condo owner in the Base Village I own my condo as a second home and do not rent it. My property taxes (Metro District) paid for the construction of the Base Village garage (as well as many other TOSV infrastructure investments). These taxes pay for the bonds used to build the parade and TOSV infrastructure. I also pay HOA fees for the upkeep of the Base Village garage. When I am not in residence, I cannot keep my car in the residential condo owners section of the Base Village Garage. What is TOSV's TC doing about this mess? Absolutely nothing.  As a senior, it's imperative that I drive my own car many times, too hard to get in & off buses. More senior parking.  As you know, parking is too limited. It is way too expensive to park at Two Creeks. Lower those fees to something much more in keeping with the skiing-comes-first culture of Aspen.  Availability of parking for summer Thursday night concerts is an issue.  Bring back the old route 7 through Mountain View and Creekside.  Bus routes: should be able to reach Krabloonk/Ditch trail by bus, also Tom Blake/line trails access Need designated bus stops (Owl Creek/Two Creeks) and need more bus shelters (overall). Town Park Station should be open for evening and early morning bus users.  Bus service is great, but the schedule is always +/- 2-3 minutes. Not sure why the #8 bus can't run right on time with such a small route.  Can SMV and RFTA talk to each other yet?  Can't ride the shuttle when it does not service our area.  Charge for parking at Town Park. Let's make the visiting guests share in the parking burden.  Confusing that permits are issued in one department and then tickets are issued in another department. Confusing. It should all be under one department and not the police. They have more important things to deal with. I would rather the police officers were responding to real calls involving our safety rather than having to deal with cars parked without a permit or parked willy nilly.  Connections with RFTA seem odd. More consistency please.  Could not find out how much it cost to park in parking structure. Neither web sites nor town hall had info.  Daily parking fees in the winter seem low compared to other ski resorts. A substantial increase in parking fees would be appropriate - particularly for tourists.  Direct RFTA bus service to Aspen should be more frequent.  Employees should park at intercept lot and leave limited lot space for guests. Village shuttle needs to run late night.  For those areas that don't get shuttle service they should not be charged for a permit. I'd rather have shuttle service in Ridge Run neighborhood.  Hard to figure out the rules about the numbered lots. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5509-03-19 TC Packet Page 313 of 338 314  I cannot imagine driving a bus, keeping people safe, talking to tourists all day, etc. TOSV bus drivers are the best, heads above RFTA. Thank you.  I don't know if Car-share or Bike-share programs would hold an appeal for our guests. Resident usage, I expect, would be very limited. We have the Village trails which are appropriate for cyclists to use go get around the region. I feel we should encourage cyclists to utilize the existing "bike lanes / trails" we have and discourage them from using the Village streets (Brush Creek, Owl Creek, etc.) unless there is no other alternative. Dedicated bike lanes, I feel, would be a bad idea except in the "no alternative" situation and only on main transit way streets (not in residential areas).  I like the option of parking anytime in the lots in the off-season.  I love the shuttle system. And RFTA.  I love the shuttle, might be worth putting a large sign at the mall shuttle stop though, there isn't really great info down there and people are often confused.  I made my comments about an alternative to cars in another question. Not enough options listed for alternatives here. BTW I experienced winter bus transportation in Sun Valley Idaho this past holiday season while visiting. The buses ran until 11pm into neighborhoods. Eliminates cars and possible drunk driving. A nice public option. Do more of this in our neighborhoods.  I no longer ride the Snowmass shuttle because of an extremely rude female driver.  I think it is critically important that the Village Shuttle has multiple drop-off and pick-up locations in the new Snowmass Center. The currently proposed single location is too remote, and it will discourage use of the shuttles by both locals and visitors!  I think the routes and times need to be examined based on ridership. Some routes should be on call if there are few or no riders.  I utilize the winter fee parking for seniors. This is a great program, and reasonably priced. Thank you!  I would like to have a shuttle service or even an on-call shuttle service (not mountain taxi) that comes up Divide Road.  I would like to see a lot of things happen with our transportation department, which overall, I think is amazing, but for now I'll just focus on a couple. We can separate ourselves from other resorts with a robust and environmentally responsible transportation system. This can help us fulfill stated commitments to sustainability and the environment, it is how we "protect our winters." First, I would like to see the department begin to make the long overdue switch towards electric vehicles. I am also disturbed by the number of hotel and condo shuttles that run around town to bring people to and from the grocery store, this service is provided by the Village shuttle, and the amount of carbon waste from all these vans running around town is disturbing. Second, I think we can institute an e-ride service run by the transportation department. This service could replace the dial-a-ride service with electric vehicles driven by town drivers and at a greater cost give a more personalized experience for those who would rather not ride on a bus for whatever reason. Someday I would like to see the Upper Village become car-less, an all valley transportation center at the intercept lot (where we can set up a solar array to support electric transportation), and light rail or monorail services for the entire valley. But for now, I'll stick with the easy stuff.  I would like to see better bike racks that hold more bikes on the shuttle busses, and/or bikes allowed in/on bus.  I would like to see the return of shuttle service through the Mountain View neighborhood that was cut around 2008. It is safer for children so that don't have to cross Brush Creek Rd. and would also serve a lot of people who work in the Village.  I would love to see a bike share program in Snowmass! Can WeCycle please add a station or two here, and also at Buttermilk? 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5609-03-19 TC Packet Page 314 of 338 315  I would use the town shuttle if it came up Faraway Rd.  If the shuttle could come all the way up Sinclair Road and turn around at Summit Lane that would be helpful. It can then proceed to the route down Meadow.  If the shuttle went to my neighborhood, I might utilize it. Fortunately, I purchase a pass to park at Two Creeks in the winter, an expensive alternative but satisfactory.  Implement variable message sign at Highway 82 and BCR to divert parking to BC Park & Ride.  In order to better serve ALL the people who use the shuttle at Horse Ranch, that is #8, please consider returning to the first and original route which was to Stirrup Circle. Just because one guy didn't like the stop in front of his place, now it's time to let the people on Colt Circle be free of the stop. Thanks for considering.  In the winter, cars are left parking in the Snowmass Mall lots for days/weeks without moving, and take up more than one space. Could you find a way to mark parking spaces so people don't use 2 spaces?  Increase frequency of bus #3 in the summer.  It would be helpful in keeping my car off the streets if the Village shuttle would come up to the residences on the mountain. As it is, I have to hike from my house to the mall to catch the shuttle. I use it to get to the interceptor lot to catch the bus into Aspen. I don't always want to hike up and down the mountain.  It would be nice to add a bus or two in the spring and fall as the bus from the intercept varies wildly in its timing.  I've always had a parking permit for working at the Snowmass Clinic. Otherwise I might be frustrated with where to park.  Live at the very top of Oak Ridge Road. It would be great if shuttle came up rather than having to walk up and down the entire way.  Make more parking spaces. Have local & SkiCo employee discounts for parking in the lots or even free with a parking permit. Make money off the tourists and charge them for parking. Or have more available bussing routes like up the divide.  Merchant lot should have less merchant parking and more short-term parking like lot 6. TOSV should coop with RFTA to create additional parking in the numbered lots. Phase construction to add a second tier from lots 3-10 and insist the developers of Base Village and Mall contribute. Now that is a “community benefit/purpose” we all could enjoy.  More parking needs to be a top priority.  More shuttle service to Brush Creek on the creek side/employee housing route to mall.  More than 90 min parking for the mall as well as more of that parking!  Most of the winter shuttle drivers are wonderful, but some are absolutely miserable, which creates a bad guest experience for our visitors.  Must charge for all parking. Unfair to make Base Village provide free parking in summer.  Need more parking at Mall.  Need more parking at the Base and parking access to the Mountain all season from two creeks.  Need to charge for all parking all the time.  Need to revamp parking! Hotels, hotel employees, construction, mountain employees, and especially the ski instructors! If there is no accountability, there will be no change! All I know is that by 10 am on snowy mornings the Town had no more parking for patrons on Sat. and Sun. This affects everything. All it tells me is we as a resort are not handling this challenge correctly and we need solutions. I know most lefties carpool. Ski employees take busses from Black Saddle. Not sure of the solutions. Alpine equipment is heavy and people, and all patrons want their cars. Maybe another parking area at Two 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5709-03-19 TC Packet Page 315 of 338 316 Creeks and another Treehouse scenario with a magic carpet on the wee hill? More school busses parked out back?? 3 level parking garage at Two Creeks?  Neither Aspen or Snowmass have obvious signs or information directing first-time visitors where to park, and the cost.  No smoking/vaping/chewing within 300' of any shuttle/bus stop, or for that matter any public or business entrance. Same rules should be applied to tobacco as marijuana - no public consumption.  Not enough parking for locals. Love the shuttle system!  Overall, I am very pleased with the shuttle system.  Paint Free on side of shuttles. So many visitors don't know they are free.  Paint parking lines in the lots! So many spaces are lost because people double park!  Parking always the headache. Wish there was a way for more available parking or ski drop off in the Il Poggio/Westin area.  Parking for a second car when you live by the lower lots is overpriced. We are a captive group and because we don't live by the upper lots are charged more.  Parking in the Base Village should be free for the first 1.5 hours to help businesses!!  Parking in the Village is crazy in the winter as well as Thursday night concerts in the summer. There must be a better way. Own parking dept rather than Police Department would be a good start.  Parking in the winter is really limited. Two Creeks is very convenient but SO ridiculously expensive. Maybe a winter parking pass? Love skiing in Snowmass but free parking at west Buttermilk beats Snowmass any day.  Parking needs to be better enforced about all day in the Rec center lots.  Parking space is very limited in the mountains, yet people often don't keep their cars within the lines thereby causing the loss of space for other drivers. If the T&PD can do anything about inconsiderate parkers - signs, tickets - that would be great.  Parking will be a larger and larger problem with the expected and desired increase in summer visits. People are much more likely to drive to Snowmass in the summer, and they assume that they will have a place to park. If they the find that parking is a problem, they will not be repeat clients.  Perhaps more signage for new guests educating them about the parking options before they get to the rodeo lot.  Permanent residents should have more/better parking options.  Please use the town general tax fund to create a parking structure for day use. The town owned numbered lots should be regulated by the town and not by the lodging community. If the town is interested in fixing these issues, don't put the burden on the highest tax generating entity. They are the ones funding the general fund and the town should provide parking for these guests.  Property Owners should not have to pay for parking.  Provide an option for Base Village employees to park in the numbered lots.  Provide more parking. Make it easier for people to access and spend time in Snowmass. The parking situation is one of the largest deterrents to Snowmass.  Put in bus stop at Fairway 3 south side of road.  Really need parking regulations enforced so vehicles are not on sidewalks.  Request equitable parking management so that Base Village owners do not bear the expense of providing free parking for the whole Village during town sponsored events.  Residents should be able to have 1 parking permit for winter use without charge.  RFTA and Village Shuttle Bus systems are awesome, fantastic, wonderful. I don't understand why so many employees and locals drive to work. I fly in for 2 months stay in the winter, and never need a 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5809-03-19 TC Packet Page 316 of 338 317 car or bike. There is inadequate parking for the summer crowds. Parking availability is confusing both in Aspen and Snowmass.  See prior comments Q11, and SMV PD about parking. I do NOT like getting ticketed for "storage" when I go visit my mom. I really do not like getting two tickets in as many days. Also, big events in summer cause parking disruption, I know you know this, please fix, thank you.  Should put a Village stop at Two Creeks across from Fairway.  Shuttle is great but the ride is rough and sometimes cleanliness is an issue. Drivers are courteous.  Shuttle system and shuttle staff are one of the best community aspects and support for Snowmass Village! That is an additional thing that I would not change or decrease in SMV.  Signage at the parking deck is EXTREMELY confusing.  Since we do not have bus service on Faraway, I drive to a station and park, then catch the bus into Aspen.  Snowmass should charge more for parking in winter.  Snowmass shuttle will be so much more utilized when moved to a central location. It has always been hard for our guests to find the shuttle terminal.  Some of the Shuttle Bus Drivers have been driving the shuttles for a very long time and their attitudes need to be put in check. Some of them are very rude to tourists and not willing to take the time to explain how the system works. Not everyone is familiar with it, even with the brochures, some just don't understand.  Some of us pay for a parking permit. At certain times, winter & summer, there are no parking spots. Maybe there should be a permit only - well located - permit only lot regardless of time of day.  Teach the shuttle drivers what "stop signs" are for, not sure I've ever seen one actually stop unless immediate traffic is present.  The Aspen Parking Dept. says they need 1.4 parking spaces per bedroom as a minimum for calming reasons. Snowmass could learn from Aspen’s knowledge. Better to have it (adequate parking ~ 1.5 per bedroom) and not need it - versus needing it, but not having it.  The Base Village parking lot is unacceptable. It's unpleasant and inconvenient every time. Poorly designed. Unwelcoming, difficult to navigate etc. An embarrassment when we have visitors. Makes us want to stay away from Base Village establishments. Wish there were a way to transform this into better experience for everyone. And have parking alternatives.  The bus system is GREAT!  The design of the parking garage is abominable though I know it is too late to change anything.  The liberal inspired bike lanes which compete with sorely lacking traffic capacity is not an answer to anything. There is already and wide bike and pedestrian path from the Village down to 82 along Brush Creek. Don't be Aspen and make it increasingly difficult to drive cars in SMV! You'll lose all but your full-time residents and without us, there'll not be much of a need or demand for full-time residents except retirees. Make enough road space and parking space for the families that drive in their suburban's and need to transport people when and where a bus isn't convenient, and believe me, there are enough buses with their noise and belching diesel.  The numbered lots should be "carported" with PV collectors. Parking can be an issue on some crowded times. Must be careful not to issue too many permits. The T and P department is typically very well staffed.  The numbered parking lots are very hazardous in winter. Solutions should be derived to safeguard against slipping on snow/ice. Slipping and falling is very serious and occurs frequently.  The other day at the bus stop wanting schedule information, I found the information on the web site confusing. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 5909-03-19 TC Packet Page 317 of 338 318  The parking fees are exorbitant for non-residents. $10/day! No weekly parking option for guests! My condo is small, and $10 is a lot of money when you pay $120/night. The computerized system has also complicated my life. I rent out a small one-bedroom apartment. I now have to not only keep track of the cleaning but also the parking. When the parking was $7/week, I could just tell my guests to grab a pass from the kitchen drawer. I spend way too much time every year working out the parking pass. This use to not be the case before it was computerized. Computerization the parking passes may have helped the town, but it definitely added complication to my life.  The parking structure is inadequate in a number of ways: size of spaces is ridiculously tight, and the amount of parking is too little. A 5-point turn is required when searching for parking and I need to exit an area that is full.  The rodeo parking lot is a sick mess in the winter. There is no one monitoring those parking and taking up multiple spaces when snow covered. If somehow you can figure out how to fix this, many more spaces are available. There should be just as many winter parking spaces as in winter. It's a shame people cannot park properly but then again you have no employees monitoring this space.  The service is so good that sometimes I think there is too much service for what's actually needed.  The shuttle is great. On-time and friendly, helpful drivers.  The Snowmass Shuttle goes right by my house at Sinclair and Terrace Dr but somehow, I have never figured it out. This may well be my fault.  The special events in summer such as the motor car shows are a nuisance and take away parking.  The town (and RFTA) make it so easy not to have to drive in the RFV.  The town needs to do a better job of letting people know when the lots are full on busy ski days. There needs to be an electronic sign on Highway 82 that alerts people to use the Intercept lot.  The transportation center needs redone. I makes it confusing when SMV has numbers at the mall for buses and letters at the center. All the next stops should be listed at each bus stop along with the bus number. At bus stops where there are multiple buses which stop, allow a switch with a 5-minute timer to be turned on and illuminate the number or name of the requested bus. That way buses will know to stop, and the timer would shut off before the next bus of that number comes.  The Village shuttle is an amazing service!  The Village Shuttle route brochures are very confusing. They should be revamped.  The Village Shuttle section of the town website needs to be improved. It is a little confusing.  The Village Shuttle should run until the bars close. Parking in Snowmass Village is a nightmare. Deck Town Park Lot and increase shuttle service for a year-round (at least high seasons) park and ride. Summer permit parking is a must. TOSV should have its own parking department instead of parsing out duties to the police department and the transportation department.  The woman dealing with permits could take a course in customer service.  There are NEVER ENOUGH PARKING SPACES for LOCALS TO ACCESS THE SKI SLOPES IN LOTS 12 & 13. AND, THERE IS NO PLACE TO PARK TO GET A PARKING PERMIT. My husband can't walk up to Lot 9/10/11 because of heart disease just to get a permit. Can we do a mail in to make it easier; or online?  There has to be provision for overnight parking in the Village.  There is a clear and definite parking problem at the Rec Center due to special events and skier parking in the winter. Given this past winter was exceptional, the parking reserved for patrons/members of the Rec Center was roundly ignored by skiers and there was no enforcement regarding this. Many of the same individuals did this day after day. The Ragnar and only a few days later, Ride the Rockies made parking to access the Rec Center close to impossible. Couple this with the few parking spaces reserved for patrons being once again ignored by event participants, many encountered rude staff/volunteers we 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6009-03-19 TC Packet Page 318 of 338 319 tried to access the Rec Center. Parking restriction often starts days before the event is staged with access being a significant problem on the 2 days the event occurs. The music festival also has the same issues, but perhaps a bit more finesse in how it is handled. The goal should not be to cram as many people possible into town park at the expense of citizens, members & patrons. Quit doing these events on the parking lot!  There is no reason why there should not be paid parking during the non-peak times of the year. Figure out always to increase the numbered lots parking by adding tiered parking.  There isn't any help for the people off Brush Creek rd. To use public transportation services. Maybe Seniors could pay a fee to use some kind of small van. This is not a town friendly to seniors.  They both do a great job. Parking availability sometimes in the numbered lots is a bit crowded. I think they should enforce the numbered lots to all day during the winter. We pay to park there.  Thursdays, for concerts on Fanny Hill, parking should be restricted to residents/guests on lots along Snowmelt Road. Currently it is dangerous for the many pedestrians and traffic on that steep grade.  Todd Granger Rocks!!  Transit app does not show Village Shuttle. This is an important app because it links to WE-Cycle in Aspen.  Transportation & Parking could benefit from a Brian in their department...like the one in Planning!  Unfair to make Base Village provide summer free parking for Town events which causes Base Village owners the expense of maintaining the garage while at the same time taking tax dollars to run numbered lots from Base Village owners but not allowing them to use this parking.  Unfair to make Base Village supply free summer parking.  Village shuttle is such a benefit.  Village Shuttles should be more widely available in the summer, without having to call for the on- demand service. Even if not as often as the winter service, some more residential routes (like #1) should have continually scheduled services.  We could definitely benefit from another parking area!!  We need an earlier bus out of Snowmass to be able to reach the Eastbound Bustang in Glenwood Springs.  We need more parking for residents summer and winter. The numbered lots are used by businesses (and visitors), and are sometimes full and not available for residents who have paid for a permit. The fees for permits is fine, but the expectation is that parking will be available.  We need more parking, or fewer events.  We use Dial-a-Ride in winter and would have to move without it. Parking inadequate for special events in summer, such as Thursday evening concerts. Parking for Base Village can be problematic for residents at times.  We wish that the Village Shuttle would go through the Rodeo Places. Our neighborhood has easy access to go through with the shuttle. For my kids to take the shuttle during ski season they often have to carry many bags/ski gear, etc. When they take public transportation to Aspen, they not only have to switch buses at Intercept, but they have to walk quite a bit. It seems like there are enough people in the neighborhood to warrant a shuttle bus stop at one of the 2 stops the public-school bus makes.  We-cycle E-bikes in SMV, they are a must have.  When there are summer groups that get reserved parking in lots, business vehicles should be restricted to more remote lots. It is aggravating when there is no parking and unused or little used vehicles are taking up convenient spots. Lot 7 is ridiculous. Having an empty lot where it could serve so many cars should be repurposed. Maybe just make it another lot 6 - e.g. short term, one-hour parking. Need more 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6109-03-19 TC Packet Page 319 of 338 320 people to use the shuttle system. Could work to encourage more use when the reconstruction is happening on Clarks building.  When will Snowmass realize that people do not simply fly to Aspen? The parking problems continue to be an issue with all new development in the area, not just in the winter but in the summer too. The Upper Village lots are very inefficient and total redesign of these needs to take place to support the homeowners, retail, and lodging that use these lots. When will a sunken parking garage be looked at which would provide much greater efficiency and if designed correctly will be much less of an eyesore.  Why does Blazing get to occupy Lots 1 and 2 all summer to run their business for next to nothing? Also why did the Town allow the old Fire Station structure to take up spaces all winter when the parking spots were needed for skier parking every weekend? Neither seem fair nor just.  Why does it seem that whenever you want to catch a bus, you just miss it? Is there a way to put electronic signs at each stop to indicate when the next bus is coming, like on Highway 82?  Why is Base Village required to provide free summer parking by the town?  Why is parking paid for by Base Village residential owners in tax bonds being forced to provide free parking for town events when Base Village owners are prohibited from having any access to numbered lots tax-supported parking?  Winter parking in lot 8 should not be used for valet parking of Westin. Cars get parked there for a week at a time and never moved. Takes up spaces for residents and local employees.  Year round 15-minute director service to Aspen! Not enough buses or frequency in the summer and off season! The perception is that Snowmass is so far from Aspen because it can take almost an hour to get here by bus! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6209-03-19 TC Packet Page 320 of 338 321 Q35. Do you have any comments about or suggestions for the services provided by the Tourism Department?  A variety of music/musicians and concerts are appreciated; maybe less funk/alternative/jazz and more rock and roll, bluegrass and folk.  All these special events seem to appeal to whatever group they are trying to sell to stay here. Very few if any really have a local appeal. How many locals participated in Ragnar? There should be something required in these special events that would be attractive for locals to join in. It seems like the Tourism is run like a cruise ship.  Better Newsletter frequency.  Bring in groups that will spend money in the town. Not these races where people camp and bring/cook their own food and damage our parks.  Cater too much to mountain bikes to the detriment of other recreational pursuits; i.e. hiking, horseback riding. Mountain bikes ruin trails (create rivets). Bikers have developed and exhibit a sense of 'ownership & superiority' to trail use, therefore can be dangerous & rude to other users. Our town has created a monster in its acquiescence and slobbering devotion to mountain biking.  Consider how planned events fit with town philosophy and goals. For example, holding car races are a ridiculous example of environmental hypocrisy in an area that may well lose winter entirely in decades to come due to climate change. Align the town's environmental stewardship with your events!  Didn't know go Snowmass was the main website - says something!  Events are great- but don't seem to reach critical mass for attendees, other than the Thursday night concerts and JAS fest. Perhaps the reach needs to be bigger or revisit what works well and do more of that. I often get excited to attend an event, but feel its lacking when I arrive.  Events need to remove the number of times they take over parking in the Snowmass Recreation Center lot.  Fireworks - great. What other events are there in winter? Nothing comes to mind. We need more events like demo days, Thursday concerts, balloon fest, Heritage Fire. Think Mountain Fair (Carbondale), Art in the Park (steamboat), F&W classic.  First, we need to create a town! Tourists want to come to a town and feel like a local. In the Roaring Fork Valley, many if not most are returning visitors. People come then they come back and stay longer, but only if they feel a true community exists. Bringing people in for a weekend event does nothing for the viability or vitality of Snowmass.  Fix the smell by Woodbridge!  For the older generation, remember that many of us do not use social media as much. Don't ever do away with newspaper ads, radio ads, posters & flyers etc.  Free Thursday Summer concerts needs to up its game - quality of bands. A few main headliners at least.  Get rid of car race and rodeo.  Get rid of the banners on Wood Bridge!! There are so many you can't read them and even if you could it’s not increasing value for the special groups who are here that the banners are promoting.  Give too much free to events that costs Base Village owners without corresponding increase in value or revenue.  Great job on the music this summer awesome lineups. To many special events in the Summer and fall that don't generate a lot of revenue for the community. Like anything that's giving away endless camping at our town parks, those people don't spend any money!! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6309-03-19 TC Packet Page 321 of 338 322  Great work bringing events to Snowmass Village Especially in the summer. My only concern is Ragnar relay and Tough Mudder tear up the trails when they are here.  Have one website for residents, guests and tourists to ascertain information. Too many websites= too confusing, inconsistent information, misuse of resources.  Hockey events that diminish the image of the town for people who bring in no or little revenue.  Host events at the BV and Mall every weekend. Spread in some early week events, focus on filling the peak season calendar prior to shoulder season. Snowmass cannot currently stand on its own at any point in the summer we currently need events to subsidize.  How sad that when the balloon races present an evening light-up it has taken over a focus on merchandising the Village instead of promoting a community gathering style that occurs in the open space where the daily balloon lift-offs take place. People have more space to convene, photograph, park and feel that it is a community convergence rather than blatantly commercial. Please RECONSIDER evening balloon light-up location.  Huge budget! Where does it all go?  I almost checked "too many" summer events. I checked "just right" instead. It seems like there is always something going on, it almost feels like it is too much.  I believe the special events would be TOO MUCH if we offered anything more than we currently do.  I believe there could be more cultural events offered in Snowmass; theatre, concerts, lectures, etc. We need a larger community space to handle these types of events.  I don't know if the town can subsidize the ice skating and keep it free?  I would like my tax dollars to be spent on that.  It was amazing to have that as a free gathering place for the community and greatly increased the quality of life for those of us living here with young kids. Also, it was (without exaggeration) life changing to have a free activity to do with kids in the winter and not have to drive to Aspen.  I like the posts from Dave Hievly on road closed, for the Valley and the Village, the alerts are worthy.  I think events could be advertised more in Aspen to get locals and visitors to come up, especially since the buses are free and frequent.  I think the "Welcome Centers" could be made more appealing or noticeable. When walking through the Village, it is not unusual to be stopped by a new guest who is driving around not able to find where they want to go. I guess it's because we are built on a slope and not in a grid pattern that new guests easily get lost. Hopefully, once the construction is completed, new signage and "information centers" will make it easier for the first timers.  I think the sites for go Snowmass and Aspen Snowmass (Skico) are confusing. This summer, I was looking for specific information about the Tuesday Farm to Table dinners at Elk Camp and was very frustrated trying to find accurate information between the two websites. Although interdependent, I'm not sure what to expect from each entity.  I think the sponsors of the events should be promoting them. Aspen Ski Company should be the promoter of the ski area. Tourism and Public Policy/ Planning - are they not oxymorons? Marketing is the responsibility of businesses who have something to sell. Having the extremely high sales tax rate due to the marketing tax is deplorable and off-putting to both tourists and residents. I make a point of not shopping in our Village due to this one fact. You are government not a business.  I think there are some things about Aspen that draw people in (dispensary's being one of the main ones), which then they want to stay in Aspen and spend money/time there. I think it's ridiculous the hoops a dispensary would have to jump through to open in Snowmass. Marijuana is now a part of Colorado tourism, and whether the locals partake or not, the tourists want to and will travel away from our town for it. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6409-03-19 TC Packet Page 322 of 338 323  I think we are reaching a tipping point with Summer events. Tourism continues to book large events like the car race and Tough Mudder that completely stretch TOSV's ability to handle them. The community needs to decide when enough is enough when it comes to events. Summer events have started to negatively impact quality of life for Village residents.  I was not aware of the above-referenced websites. That should be communicated more broadly/prominently.  I would like to see all shops receive a weekly or monthly description of town events so employees can inform tourists effectively.  I would love to see the return of the Snowmass Village 4th of July community picnic.  I'm receiving notes from our Governor Jared Polis on Facebook and really like this. It would be nice to have the same for Snowmass. Maybe it is available, and I don't know about it.  It seems that many of the summer events do not bring a lot of revenue to the Village while impacting residents.  Just like I wrote earlier, Base Village and the Main Village. Don't take away from mall because Base Village will always be self-promoting, make events such as Marti-Gras start in mall and end in Base Village. Make it all a Village not just one part.  Keep Thursday night concerts Free. It is the BEST thing about summer in Snowmass.  Less alcohol at all events, more popcorn.  Less alcohol fueled events. All events should be completely self-funding. If Base Village parking is used, then Tourism should pay per car usage or have Base Village have fee-for-service parking.  Level out the peaks and valleys. Bring tourists during the week.  More balance of race/bike/run events with other options.  More busses and public rest rooms facilities available during special events. Reduction of special events (bike racing) on the mountain--interferes and creates extreme danger for hikers. Elimination of antique car show/race. Too much inconvenience to locals with roads blocks, too much air and noise pollution.  More family events.  More variety of events.  Need family-focused events and fewer events that focus on over-indulgence. All events should be self- funding for use of Base Village spaces.  Need more family and less alcohol-rich events.  Need more family events and less focus on alcohol.  Need more promotion of winter through posters and in a timely manner as they approach.  Need to keep promoting the summer season and extend what people consider the summer season to include all of June and all of September -- and keep restaurants open from Memorial Day weekend through the end of September.  No events that limit residence access to come and go around town.  No more freaking car races!!!! Please!  No more RAP.  Now that we are finally getting some more badly needed bedroom development for tourism, we need to encourage and make SMV a welcoming destination. It's already hard to get to Aspen, harder to get to SMV, we need plenty of roads and parking and nice, not tiny, hotel and condo spaces for attracting skier and summer visits.  Please don't trash the Village just to fill some beds for a weekend.  Please have all businesses keep their hours of operation up to date. I have looked up businesses and had the hours be incorrect. Colorado Doughnuts says they are open 7 days a week at 8am - they are in 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6509-03-19 TC Packet Page 323 of 338 324 fact not open on Sunday. Sake claimed to be open June 20th when in fact they were not open for the summer yet.  Please have more kid friendly summer events. Like STEM and science, not just face painting.  RE: Group Sales Bookings. Occupancy level is all good. Where the guest is staying in particular can be of greater help. [i.e. second home owner, Upper Village, Base Village, Wood Road properties, Wood Bridge, Season's Four, Snowmass Club]  Represent all businesses equally.  Rose and her team do an admirable job of having events that put heads in beds and keep tax dollars coming in so our tax dollars can be kept low.  See earlier comments about tourism and event dept. Also, the budget is too big, and it's WASTED on that ridiculously stupid outside-self campaign. You clearly have too much money and aren't spending it wisely. Snowmass doesn't need national ad campaigns. Join forces with acre and let them take the lead.  See prior comment under strategic plans and goals.  Seems like they used to do more.  Seems we would be better having fewer but higher quality events.  SMV events that disrupt the whole town and our road system are too problematic for both visitors and residents. For example, the antique car race. This event made many people unhappy and I hope you will not consider it again. Town still needs to function.  Speakers and cultural events would be a nice add. The summer music and events are great.  Start concerts earlier on Thursday. Control the parking with the digital sign when they arrive at the roundabout before Rodeo Lot. Don't promote mountain biking anymore. It's become a problem and many locals and visitors dislike how the volume of mountain bikes have changed the nature of Snowmass and have over run the once-peaceful mountains.  The amount and quality of special events seems to have dwindled the last few years.  The car race is very disruptive.  The events provided are getting stale/old, and the events are geared too much toward tourists. Mammoth Fest was a good example of an event that both tourists and locals enjoyed. I'd like to see more events like that.  The park does not need to be used by an origination every day. It is not every day, but can feel like it in the summer. Between soccer and the bikes and rodeo, the town park is busy most of summer. Sometimes it would be nice just to go the park and have an open field to play in. With all the special events it seems like the park is not really a public park but just place for someone to make money.  The Snowmass Village Tourism Department should be embarrassed by this 4th of July!!!!!!!! The concert was a disaster with the items for children not even available until halfway through the concert with many families having already left due to the no show of family activities. The beer lines were stretched hallway across the hill into families trying to sit and watch the show. We were told the event was completely understaffed. Overall, the event left a bad taste for many visitors who were shocked to see such an unprofessional event. In no way does Snowmass deserve a title of a world class destination. Saturday in Snowmass was a joke. Not a single restaurant provided any reason for visitors to stay in Snowmass. Other than the movie ET, there was not a single other event, music, or activity to highlight the holiday. Why was the stage sitting empty on the Saturday night of the 4 day 4th of July weekend for many people? What a waste of an expensive resource that could have brought people and much needed commerce to Snowmass. The Tourism Department should be ashamed.  The Tourism Dept is a monster. My two cents, they are not bringing in events that fill the Village and serve both hubs of the Town, the Mall and Base Village. And when they do have events you never hear 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6609-03-19 TC Packet Page 324 of 338 325 about them until after the fact or the day of, ex.: Rodeo, the first rodeo of the year and the cops vs fireman contest. Didn't hear about that until it was going on and I couldn't get there in time. With taxes they are collecting for this department they are wasting money. Should find more creative ways to bring people into the Village. Ex: Snowy Mammoth Days, have faux dinosaur digs for the kids, brontosaurus barbecues, show Jurassic park, fossil hunt in the Mall retail area , dinosaur balloons, smores, etc.  The Town doesn't do a good job communicating with the community regarding how all of their events are going to impact a local's daily life and activities. (roads/trails being impacted by a particular event/race/etc.)  The Town should not have a tourism/marketing/sales department. They should not spend money on selling private company services. They should leave that to SkiCo, the hotels, and lodging companies.  There are too many mediums pushing out information on events in Snowmass. This effort needs to be condensed.  There is too much noise from Snowmass Base Village later at night. By 8 o’clock the volume needs to come down. Hard to get to sleep with the noise so loud.  There needs to be a central repository of all activities where people can go and find out every event. Put out a calendar with all events on it as well as the opening day for ticket sales. Perhaps each Sunday or Saturday paper and also on a Snowmass Calendar website. Right now, it's a scavenger hunt to come up with all the valley happenings.  They are excellent but can always use more. Need to continue showcasing SMV as something more than a sleepy bedroom community.  They waste a lot of money.  This is a much bigger issue, but I would suggest that the Town move the rodeo to Cozy Point and turn that space into a park or flexible space that would allow for more/bigger sports tournaments, special events, etc. The rodeo is used 11 days per year (only 11!!) and brings zero (zero!!) revenue to the town (in terms of dining, shopping, room nights). It would be amazing to have a space that draws, for example, major tournaments (lacrosse or soccer for example) where people stay, play, shop and eat.  Too many alcohol-fueled adult activities not enough family focus.  Too many cars coming in the summer months. Too many complaints about not having enough parking.  Too many events in summer.  Too many rich older people without children continue to live in large employee houses. They own second homes in other states. Senior citizens have to leave their homes here vs stay because there aren't appropriate public transportation methods.  TOO MANY special events in the summer. We live here for peace, quiet, and nature, not a bunch of drunks listening to horrible music on the stage.  Too much alcohol and not enough family gatherings.  Too much focus on over-indulgence events that promote drinking. Want more family-oriented events.  Tourism is great for the town if it is not over done! Too many people impose on parking, lift lines, loss of internet, traffic flow problems, general congestion. Impacts the quality of life for those who live here. Great for businesses, tax revenue, etc. not a change of lifestyle for those who call this place home. New employees can't even get a Box at the Post Office!  Tourism needs to dial back the amount of summer events. Events are necessary, but the amount of visitors can be overwhelming especially with large events back-to-back such as RAGNAR and Ride the Rockies. Residents need a break and the constant buzz can be stressful.  Tourism needs to represent the entire town and all its businesses and not be too closely related to Aspen Ski Company. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6709-03-19 TC Packet Page 325 of 338 326  Town of Snowmass Village should pursue a "flagpole" annexation of Pitkin County Airport. Upon successful annexation of same, promptly rename it " Snowmass Regional Airport". Net effect of the increased exposure and name recognition would allow for significant reduction in Marketing/Tourism budget in perpetuity.  Town sponsored events generally are nice but do not draw "new" guests. They do help maintain current guest interest.  Try to fill in early week peak summer. Everything seems to weekend/shoulder/off-season centered. Include better signage prior to and during events. Improve website (event info is clunky and depends on organizations own websites to share info).  Watch how the special events are structured, scheduled and placed in the town. Again, in the space of about 3 days we had about 2,800 people showering, staying at and walking through the Rec Center. I question the value of both Ragnar and Ride the Rockies to the town.  We don't own anything, yet we have an expensive to us marketing and sales department. LET THOSE WHO OWN MARKET AND SELL THEMSELVES. Ski co is now year-round, they should be doing the bulk promoting of this Village.  We need to benefit financially from these special interest groups. It seems as though we give the Village away.  What group sales? I have never had anyone from a group rent my property. I hope the lodging tax I am generating is not going to help sell spaces at the larger properties and hotels. Please make sure owners of single properties also get some of the group sales. I own one condo, which I rent out by myself. I hope I am also being represented by the tourism department.  What happened to the car race?  Where is guest services at the Mall? Been coming here every year since 1968 and do not know where this is. Shuttle Buses are great, but it was years before I used them extensively because I did not know the drill.  Where is the tourist center at Snowmass Mall? Been coming to Snowmass for 50 years, and still don't know of the existence or location.  Why is the TOSV so active with tourism? The business benefiting from tourism should pay for it. Tourism doesn't benefit many of the residents.  Would be better if they would service a better group of people. More in keeping with clean air and healthy activity instead of the dollar amount they can get.  Would like to hear Damian Smith's band more frequently. Also, improve the quality of free summer musicians who play on the hill. In recent years, the caliber has declined considerably.  Would like to see additional winter 'casual' events that bring residents and tourists to the Mall and Base Village. Free events are great.  Yes, things like car racing undermine environmental integrity and bring negligible benefits. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6809-03-19 TC Packet Page 326 of 338 327 Q37. Do you have any comments about or suggestions for the services provided by the Parks, Recreation and Trails Department that you would like to share?  A lot of trails are overgrown. (Rim especially.) Snowmass builds things, then abandons them. (Mayfly, garden next to Mt. Chalet.) Look at bridge under Viceroy.  Add more signage on popular trails. Work to build connectors from SBV and the Mall.  Adding how far it is on the hiking pole from that pole to different destinations so u can judge whether to go that way or not.  Again, I would really like to see policing of leash laws for dogs on hiking trails. It's not good for the environment - dogs poop wherever they please and rarely is that picked up and disposed of properly - and they can cause issues with hikers who are obeying the laws and have their dogs on a leash. Thank you!  All dogs should be registered and tagged and the poop ID'd so violators can be ID'd and dealt with.  All paved trails desperately need repaving.  As an avid skateboarder I would like to weigh in on our current skatepark. I use the skatepark 4-6 times a week. It is a fun skatepark, but it could be better. There are a few upgrades that could be made that would go a long way. Also, many of the features in the park are far too advanced for the majority of the people that go there. But rather than changing the park, a small expansion would be perfect. We need some more basic beginner type features to get more people using it. This would also give the advanced riders something less scary to practice on. The basketball court next to the park is a perfect zone for a expansion and the courts could easily be re-located. Hope this sheds a little light from a skateboarders point of view of the current park. Thank you.  As a dog owner, I can't take him on trails because the bikers are so in disgust that we are in their way when we are heading uphill. Many bikers are boarder line out of control on the downhill and it is getting busier and busier. It would be amazing to have a trail just for dogs to be off leash, let them run, jump, play. Just let them be a dog.  As a walker, I do not enjoy sharing trails with bikes. For the most part they are very nice and polite, but I don 't enjoy having to step aside and the dust they leave in their wake. Just not terribly Zen.  Better bike paths would be most appreciated!  Better connectivity is appreciated e.g. Hawk Ridge Road. Need to eliminate pedestrian traffic on Upper Brush Creek Road curve.  Better signs to and on trails.  Bicycles on trails are a serious hazard for hikers on foot. It appears all trails are now used by and for people on bicycles. This is very annoying: bikers should be on bike-only trails and hikers should not have to deal with bikers. Bikes on the mountain are way too dominant!  Bigger signs to bike trails and paths.  Bike and hiker trails should be separate--too dangerous otherwise.  Bike paths merging with people/pet paths should be very minimal due to danger aspects of bikes.  Bikers act like they have the "right of way". Are e-bikes allowed to ride down the middle of the roads, which I have observed?  Can't walk Tom McLain trail anymore. Bikers are rude and run into you.  Create fewer mountain biking trails and more hiking/horseback riding only trails. You've decreased horse trails & increased bike trails.  Dog density has made trails smelly. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 6909-03-19 TC Packet Page 327 of 338 328  Dogs rules need to be enforced. Some dangerous asphalt areas on bike paths. Like the connectivity efforts. Signage improving. Work to improve trails is appreciated. Seasonal closure of north rim and Tom Blake is too long - could cut a week on both easy with no impact.  Doing a good job of removing fallen trees in the spring.  Don't use trails all that much.  Ease up on leash restrictions; get the bridge replaced at East Snowmass Creek; better wayfinding, distance signage would help tourists. Improve Rec Center activity programming--very weak.  End leash law signage on trails; end any leash laws.  Enforce leash laws. Continue to help support the Nordic trail system. Park fields are looking great.  Enforce the leash laws...not everyone loves dogs.  Expand the skatepark. There is lots of room down there and the skatepark is used a lot more than the basketball court, which has been covered in dirt all summer. Have the skatepark expand into the basketball court.  Folks with dogs disrespect the "NO DOGS" signage on the Nordic skating trails and walk their dogs on these trails often.  Gaps between various trail connections need to be eliminated.  Good.  Great work on the signs at trails and intersections of trails!!  Hardly anyone alerts one well in advance before passing on a bike; a center stripe might work; there are hazards on the trails. Overall, trail conditions could be improved. Otherwise, a lot of connecting trails within the Village.  Having distances on signage could be helpful, and an update on when the nature trail landslide spot might reopen would be very nice.  Hikers sharing trails with mountain bikers is often scary. Is it worth considering separate trails for each?  Hold dog owners accountable for picking up dog crap, observing leash laws, and keeping dogs off of trails designated “no dogs allowed".  How about more hiking trails? We need a hiking trail up to Big Burn and Sam's Knob. Also, there should never be a path shared by cyclists and hikers. Way too dangerous. Trail signs are not very good. I can find my way because I've been coming here for years. But even I got turned around in the new construction area going up Vista trail. No sign connecting the trails.  I agree with the 'no dog' policy on assigned trails. Too many people let their dogs off leash.  I am a skate boarding hoping to see an expansion on the skate park and fix up the outside basketball courts.  I am concerned about the noxious weeds in Snowmass and would love to be part of fighting this. Please call/text me at 970 379-1283. This is Annie Pausback and I have a weird love for digging/eradicating noxious weeds and would love to have my obsession put to work.  I believe dogs should be allowed on any connection trail that is connected to dog allowed trails, i.e. the new Deerfield connection between the Rim Trail and Mountain View Trail.  I don't know which trails are maintained by the town vs Skico, but I think there could be better signage for the summer trails - more info on length and difficulty; signs along trail to make sure still on correct trail.  I fell jogging on trail above church by stream Durrell to a big pothole in trail.  I hike a lot and find the trail system must be a problem for tourists here for short vacations. In the first place, there should be big trail system signs (like we have for winter) at the mall, the Base Village, and Elk Camp. Many trail intersections are confusing do to a lack of signage, and there should be signs for 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7009-03-19 TC Packet Page 328 of 338 329 the trails that start at the mall. As of early July, there are still fallen trees blocking some of our trails. it would be nice to establish a second hiking-only trail from the mall or Base Village to Elk Camp to create a relatively short loop. Overall, the summer trail system needs significant improvements in order to provide an enjoyable experience for our tourists.  I know this is not the fault of the Trails Dept, but there has got to be a way to get people to pick up after their animals. The amount of dog waste is really infuriating.  I once saw that Brian guy from the Planning Department lifting at the Rec Center...the dude's a beast!  I only know of one place the signage is not fantastic- where the bike path dumps into Meadow Ranch. The people biking to Aspen get lost and ride around Meadow Ranch trying to figure it out and I can't always be there to help them. Nordic trail rules enforcement as it applies to the golf course...don't get me started.  I think having some sort of orientation video that runs in every hotel room should be mandatory. These tourists just check their brains at the arrival gate at the airport. The stupidity displayed regarding wildlife, private property, driving, riding bikes is unbelievable.  I think the dept does a real good job with the trails. They have built quite a few (with more on the way) and have a large challenge with maintenance. Having spent a lot of time on the trails, I have never seen any enforcement. Frankly, I have not had a problem with dogs on single tracks. I have on paved trails where they are often off leash. About 10-15% of mountain bikers are a problem due to speed, poor etiquette and damage they do.  I think the Village does a good job with trail signage on the Village trails. While not a Village responsibility, Skico does not provide adequate signage on their trails for hikers or XC bikers. This necessitates repeated referencing of the "Summer Trail Map" to try and figure out where you are on the trail. I would suggest, as a trail is about to cross a ski run, they have signage to tell users which run they are about to traverse. The 2019 Skico Summer Trail Map is greatly improved, for accuracy and simplicity, over earlier versions. Maybe the Village can urge them to improve their signage.  I wish Snowmass would do a better job enforcing leash laws- very unsafe at the moment.  I wish the bridge that crosses the East Snowmass Creek would be replaced.  I wish there were more trails that didn't allow mtn or e-bikes, so we can walk in peace and with a dog without fear of being run over.  I would like to see more trails and especially the ditch trail designated as off leash for dogs. We successfully got this for the Wink Jaffe park trail beside the Roaring Fork River. I personally went before the parks and trails board to ask for this.  I would like to see the Rim Trail one way for bikes. There is heavy pedestrian traffic from Mt View to Yin/Yang. Bikes going up the trail are fine since they are going slow, but the bikers come down to fast and create a dangerous situation.  I've had trouble understanding if the Deadline bike trail is closed or not to hikers descending... the signage at the top of the trail (where View line, Sky Mountain Park trail and Deadline intersect) can be confusing.  If there is a leash law, it should be enforced. Some paved trails need repairs, roots are making them bumpy. Bike riders need to respect hikers. Education helps, but the only thing that seems to work is keeping separate trails. I am thinking of Vista Trail being bike free. Love it.  Improve signage at numbered lots for Brush Creek Trail. A small spray-painted Trail marking is not enough. A Sign would be much better. Same goes for the Rim trail and connecting trail at Mountain view, the road markings are not good enough. A sign with arrows would go a long way.  Information of Bear bells as a deterrent rather that scare tactics.  Instead of Dogs must be on leash, use Dogs must be restrained, as airport signage uses. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7109-03-19 TC Packet Page 329 of 338 330  Is there a central website with all the trail info? Some nice trails, but I am relatively uninformed.  It would be great to add some more dog poop bag stations around the Village. Make it easy for people to do the right thing.  It'd be awesome to have one designated trail like Jaffee Park to take my dog on where I do not have to worry about bikers running me over.  Keep bikes on bike trails, not roads when they are parallel, give brochures where to avoid extra congestion.  Keep the parks, recreation areas, public gardens etc. maintained. In particular when we have events or construction in Town Park. Vendors need to be held accountable for returning the used spaces to their pristine nature. Leave no trace! Also a few public gardens have not been maintained in recent years. Agreed we are not Aspen, however there is no excuse to not strive to maintain and be better!  Keep the trails and the recreation center beautiful. Expand the offerings.  Leash law enforcement needs to actually happen!  Leash laws not adequately enforced. Unleashed herding dogs plus deer herds = bad. Don't get me wrong, I like border collies (e.g.,) but they need to be on a leash, not chasing the deer.  Less bikes on some of the hiking trails! They don't yield to anyone!  Locker rooms need to be redone at Rec center.  Loose dogs are a problem on most trails most of the time. Leash laws are not enforced, and the dogs are not in control and frequently not in sight of their owners. This is a safety hazard that we have personally encountered on numerous occasions.  The rec center seems good and responsive to input. The pickleball courts are a very nice add.  Loose dogs continue to be a problem. The majority of pet owners with loose dogs do NOT have them under voice control. We always have our dog on a leash and continue to struggle with loose dogs (at times up to 3 at once) coming up to our leashed dog causing problems for us as well as for our dog. We have had to discontinue using many trails (usually on weekends) because of this. I strongly feel that ALL dogs must be on a leash and that this must be enforced. Although this is not Parks and Recreations jurisdiction, loose dogs on roads are a safety hazard.  Lots of dogs not responding to their yelling owners and not on leash. Primarily Rim trail.  Love dogs but not the overwhelming smell of dog urine at all trail heads. Would like to see the a few of most popular trails, such as Vista, be dog free trails.  Love the Nordic trail system - if there is a way to enforce picking up dog poop it would make a HUGE difference in the spring melt.  Love well-mannered leashed dogs - sadly, this is not what is seen on trails. Yearn for the days of trails that smell like nature and not overwhelming dog urine.  More e-bike trails.  More parking at trailheads please.  More trail rangers - leash law not being followed and not enough enforced.  More trails.  Most dogs are not leashed & owners "forget" to pick up after them. Having to jump off a trail to avoid being run over by inconsiderate bikers is not fun.  MUST enforce trail on-leash and no biking areas. Getting run over and knocked down by dogs is an unforgettable experience. There should be some dog-free/urine odor and feces free trails. I love dogs but it is overdone, and the concentration has made hiking Snowmass a literally stinky experience.  My dissatisfaction is in regards that hikers hiking on the way up to have the right of way, and the hikers coming down should move to the side. Same with all hikers moving over for people biking. I feel like this should be addressed at trailheads and something on the page of hiking trails 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7209-03-19 TC Packet Page 330 of 338 331  Need better maintenance of trail borders. Weeds too high in many places. Too much dog poop on or near trails.  Need hiking only trails. Bikes have taken over all the trails. Hikers only trails. Dogs off leash area, trail.  No dogs on trails, please. Leave the dogs at home. I don't like to see poop or poop bags on our trails.  Not satisfied with special events closing all trail for the general public. Too many closures. All walking should be plowed by March 15 to access the bus system.  Noted this winter that Nordic trails were MUCH better for not having dogs on the trails. Better signage, not really, but I think the difference was better separation. Also, noted packing trails instead of "scraping" bike trails were better suited for bikes and pedestrians. Not the fear of slipping on scraped off snow/ice patches. Well done and thank you!  Our paved trails need lots of work because they have aged. This should be a priority for summer fixing up. The Melton Ranch trail has marked sections that have fallen apart but aren't repaired and make it treacherous for walking at night. These need to get done soon vs. waiting for another season for them to deteriorate. And please keep a single paved trail free of snow so commuters can walk to Snowmass Center, Base Village, Mall, etc. where the jobs are. The rest can remain part of the Nordic system.  Parks and Rec does an outstanding job of signing and maintaining trails. I would like to see a visible volunteer presence on trails during high usage summer months, similar to Maroon Belles. This could function as conservation/compliance and goodwill/outreach.  Paved trails are crumbling. Current repair program will take 25 years to complete.  Pay your highly trained instructors more money to keep them & show them that they are valued. Instructors need to clean up after the classes at night, so morning classes are ready to start without having to move last night’s equipment.  People need friendly ways to verbally educated other trail users about trail etiquette. i.e. cutting trail corners at switch backs causes erosion, please stay in trails etc. People don't know and just hike wherever they want. Maybe some stay in the trail signage world be useful?  People still have dogs without leash, and they do not clean up after them. We need some sort of OST presence or ranger presence to enforce the law.  People w/dogs on trails have seemingly become 'entitled' to NOT USING LEASHES. I've had friends on bikes crash b/c dogs were NOT on a leash & the dog owner is nonchalant about the accident. Trail walkers are LOST when they come into Creekside Condos trying to get to the bike path, & although the housing department put up signs between the homeowners & the rentals, people walk right on through; so, there is definitely a disconnect there.  Please encourage mountain bikers to slow down.  Please make the Ditch Trail a leash-free trail.  Please stop spraying toxic chemicals on our parks and trails, there are many other options to provide a safer environment for our hikers, children, and dogs.  Provide less mountain bike trails, not more.  Put more maps at trails signs along the trails.  Really love Snowmass trails!  Require bicyclists on multi-user trails to have a continuous noise device to warn hikers of an approaching cyclist from behind.  Signage for bike path along Owl Creek road, uphill of the schoolhouse. It is so difficult to follow the trail there.  Simple is better, always.  Small skatepark expansion would be cool! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7309-03-19 TC Packet Page 331 of 338 332  Snowmass has Best trail system ever!  Some of the worst offenders of bikes on pedestrian only trails are SkiCo employees on Vista Trail. Many, many dog owners think it is just fine to have off-leash dogs - only solution might be to have dog-free trails.  Some sections of older asphalt needs to be dug up and replaced as it has buckled due to roots and such. Not a very smooth ride on bike, especially area that passes through the Pines.  Some trails should be hikers only (South Rim, Government trail outside of ski area).  South rim needs more patrol. Amount of clueless people with dogs off leash is out of hand! Sky mountain park needs a loop back that does not include a bike path/paved. Ride is out and back and a lower loop trail back would enhance.  Thanks to the trails department for working so hard on the trail systems. This is what sets Snowmass Village apart from other mountain towns; focus and capitalize on these assets.  The "trail map" is awful. Can't believe you can't make a trail map that people can actually use.  The bike path along the town park from parking lot toward stop sign at rodeo place has enormous root growth for years erupting through asphalt creating danger.  The bike path along Brush Creek is in very poor shape.  The bike paths have become in need of resurfacing in places. Lots of major cracks from tree roots etc. Also, where the path on Owl Creek Rd crosses Burnt Mountain and Two Creeks could be graded much better.  The bike traffic on popular trails like Rim Trail, Tom Blake, Sky Park has gotten dangerous. I've had and witnessed numerous near misses and some bad collisions with bikes. I am an avid hiker and biker myself but am very cautious about sharing the trails. I am fortunate to know the trails well enough that I know where to take extra precaution to avoid hitting others or being hit. Not everyone on these trails has that advantage. I think some signage on sharp/blind corners warning bikers to take precaution of hikers and fellow bikers would be really helpful at this point.  The continued improvement of the mountain bike trail system is a major asset to our community. I would love to see additional mtn. bike trail development.  The number and aggressiveness of cyclists on the mountain have made it very difficult for hikers. Many of us have stopped hiking on the mountain due to fear of being hit by a cyclist. Many are polite. But some ride fast and do not consider pedestrians as all.  The park by the rodeo is treated so poorly it is not a public park space anymore. Just a storage parking lot. Signage for getting on to 7-Star is confusing with horse trail.  The parks and trails department has continuously gone downhill for the last number of years! All of the parks in the Village are not in the shape they could be or should be! The paved trails need a major makeover! Town cleanup day should be about cleaning the town not helping the parks department building or painting Stuff they should take care of on their own. Hire some more people. Too many special events are taking over our major town park!!  The paved trails need attention with roots breaking through and cracks in the pavement.  The problem with bike riders going too fast is dangerous. Is there a way to put speed limits on the bike trails? Allow e-bikes on more trails.  The signage on the hiking trails on Snowmass Mountain are confusing when paired with the trail maps. They do not seem to match up and can be quite confusing. Also, I think better signage needs to be on the pedestrian/bike path for those going across Faraway Rd. to Owl Creek Rd. A lot of bikers continue up Faraway Rd to the Ridge Condos instead of going across Faraway Rd. and continuing down Brush Creek. They find themselves lost once they get up Faraway Rd. to the Ridge. I have helped many a 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7409-03-19 TC Packet Page 332 of 338 333 biker out who has made this mistake after working hard to get up that hill only to find they did not need to do that.  The Snowmass skate park could use some TLC. In addition to that, it is somewhat small. I would be in favor of a small expansion.  The trails department is amazing!  The walking trail along Brush Creek Road is much too close to the road. Someday it would be nice to have some space between cars and humans.  There always seems to be confusion by visitors on how to get to Tom Blake trail from mall and also at the last bit of Tom Blake heading back to Snowmass where you have to go left up 4-wheel road to paved road and then to Ridge section. The signage is not great right there and I've seen numerous riders go straight down 4-wheel road instead of making left turn. There could also be a sign from Brush Creek Rd pointing to Rim Trail at the short trail between Brush Creek and Divide Road. I've also come across horseback riders on Tom Blake hike/bike sections who refused to get off the trail to let bikers pass, maybe improving equestrian signage so they don't end up on the hike/bike portions. I've never seen anyone enforcing leash laws/no dogs on the trail, was that a trick question?  There are too many dogs off leash on the trails. Rim trail in particular. I counted 5 dogs off leash the other day. We hike with kids who don't like to be charged by dogs on the trail.  There has been for a few years a signage problem at the Meadow Ranch intersection. Right now, there is no sign, but even when there is, it is still difficult for people to find their way on the path. Most of the time they end up riding through M.R. looking for the continuing trail.  There is absolutely no enforcement of leash laws which is harmful to the local wildlife regardless of the dog size.  There isn't parking at trailheads and not adequate, cohesive public transportation to and from trailheads.  There needs to be additional signage, not just on the trails, but for pedestrians throughout the Village.  There needs to be more places where people can have a dog off-leash, like the ditch trail, for example. There aren't any places for dogs in SMV.  There needs to be some dog free trails. Love dogs but density of development and dog ratio to other wildlife has overwhelmed nature's ability to mitigate dog urine and feces odors.  There should be a few more signs where trails diverge from each other, etc. as you are hiking/biking. There are many signs when start but not along the way or at forks where other trails may cross. The issue of dogs off the leash can be a problem, esp. on a bike. Some individuals do not know that the Person/Biker headed UPHILL has the right of way. It might be informational to many to post the information at the beginning of each route/trailhead. Many just don't know, esp. if they are new to the area. On shared pathways - bikes plus hikers - it would be helpful for them to have a bell or holler out as the approach/round a curve so that you have time to make way (e.g. Rim Trail).  They have been doing a good job of maintaining the single-track trails in the Village. Cutting brush back, building water bars, it all makes a big difference. There hasn't been a lot of e-bikes on the single tracks, yet.  This is our biggest asset; people want and use outdoor services.  Too busy to use the trails! I haven't experienced them.  Too many dogs off leash! Too many poop bags everywhere! I love dogs, but there are too many irresponsible owners! Too many dogs on the Mountain chasing deer and wildlife. In the state where I grew up, if the pet was chasing wildlife or livestock the pet ate a bullet then owner was fined heavily!! No dogs on groomed ski trails we have a walking area for owners with dogs that is packed. There is no excuse to walk on groomed ski trails with an option available. In many other ski towns, the cost of grooming trails does not equate to dog walkers ruining the tracks! Take back the TRACKS! 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7509-03-19 TC Packet Page 333 of 338 334  Too many dogs that harass wildlife and people. Plus, too many dogs off lease everywhere and poo that could be picked with re-usable plastic bags from the grocery store.  Too many signs that people can't or don't read, too many restrictions.  Too much dog shit and unleashed dogs on our trails. There is literally no enforcement.  TOSV's signage at trail heads and along trails is confusing as best.  Trail behind Woodbridge condos up to Center needs repaving. Big potholes, cracks. Dangerous for bikes.  Trail etiquette is lacking. Paved paths could use some improvement.  Trail signs are improving, but we need more. Keep adding please!  Unfortunately, the Nordic Trail system that was once a great place to ski has deteriorated due to the dog walkers and non-skier traffic that destroys the trail system. From what used to be my first choice for Nordic skiing to I won't even consider x-Country skiing in Snowmass is pretty sad. When I am asked for places to Nordic ski, Snowmass no longer makes the list, bummer.  Unhappy with the changing of trail plans without notifying all concerned.  We can do a better job with our leash law enforcement. Our connectivity is getting much better and safer, but we still need work to do.  We have some great trails, but I am not certain they are adequately marked. I am not sure what can be done about enforcement of rules on trails. People not paying attention to leash laws is a problem, but patrols cannot be everywhere. Bigger fines might work.  We need a dog park.  We need a trail for humans and dogs without the hazards of speeding mountain bikers.  Walkers are discriminated against.  We need more signage for trail etiquette. For example, who has the right of way while hiking.  We need signs for people to pick up dog poop and dog poop bags. They are left along trails and roads to be forgotten. There is then plastic bags all over our environment sometimes squished by cars or bikes. Picking up dog poop and leaving it on the side of the trial is not really picking up the dog poop. This is a big problem on Sinclair Road and the Rim Trail.  Work with Skico to improve summer hiking to top of elk camp. Slide took over most beautiful part, now hikers forced up by sandy park exposed.  Would be nice to have dog free trails that would mean urine odor and poop free zones.  Would like dog-free trails. Too many owners leave dog poop everywhere.  Would like to see hiking trails separate from bikers.  Yes, Nordic skiers, snowshoes, and hikers leaving the ski area get lost at the junction of Long Shot, East Branch, and the closed sign at the Homeowners access road. They wind up at the Upper Pines lift and have no idea how they got there or how to get to where they want to go. More sigs /information on trail maps etc. would great help our guests experience.  Yes. First, in general they are great. So, thank you. Like the little touches that get added. The bike path near town park and along upper Brush Creek needs love. Would love more sky Mtn stuff. Again. Thank you. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7609-03-19 TC Packet Page 334 of 338 335 Q40a. Please tell us why you do not feel your voice is heard, and/ow how we could improve.  3 council members completely ignored part-time owners input on marijuana sales in Snowmass. Taxpayers in GID have absolutely no voice.  As a part time resident, it's taxation without representation. The town is run by its town council and the part timers have to go along with whatever is decided. How about a seat on the Town Council of a member at large of a part timer?  As a part-time residential owner, I pay all the taxes and extra taxes in Base Village but have no voice and no vote.  As part timers we need to have more invasive info. Perhaps there is an email blast to all who sign up that provides important community issues being considered.  As second homeowner, lack of vote.  Better communication of meeting content and more access for public comments.  City hall could careless that we never got the aquatic center and now have no pool.  Council makes decisions without input or chooses not to listen to input.  Council promotes initiatives I don't agree with and blocks many I do. The "community amenity" in Base Village is a joke. The mayor fighting a "pot shop" is going against the vast majority of the voters she is supposed to represent, and I don't even use the stuff. The telling of Skico that they shouldn't take over their property - Gwynn's - I love Gwynn's, but it's Skico's property. Council needs to spend more time on employee housing, better parking, lowering taxes and stay out of local business decisions.  Councilmen and women do not seem receptive to input. They are following their personal agendas.  Different Vision.  Few opportunities for part time residents to find out information and have their voices heard.  I do not feel the part-time residents or PTRAB is taken seriously by Town Council. There really is no voice.  I am not sure how part time residents voices are being heard as we never get any feedback after decision has been made.  I do not think anyone on council represents my income or age group.  I don't feel part time residents’ concerns are particularly important to the Town. A greater effort to communicate and hear from part time residents would be appreciated.  I don't feel that the Town is interested in residents who live her. The interest is in tourism and affordable housing.  I feel part-time owners are given lip-service only by the TOSV. It seems the small full-time resident Base and more distressingly the subsidized below market housing voter are running things and not in the right direction.  I feel that a lot of the people who make decisions in town are of a generation that is not interested in the successful future of the town. I think that is on the citizens to elect town council members with progression in mind, but possibly on the town to hire forward thinking department heads.  I have sent several emails in regard to extremely poor event planning - for one- we had 1000 Tough Mudders in our parking lot last year waiting to run the rim trail, out of control! For Labor Day jazz fest you rerouted people coming from Aspen down towards the actual mayhem of Jas and the roundabout only to drive right back up because you were not allowed a left turn on to Owl Creek!! Insanity!! No one got back to me.  I have tried several times to subscribe to alerts but never receive them (not in spam filter etc.).  I think my NO answer is self-explanatory. I feel one way, like the idea of no dogs allowed on a trail behind a building that is taxpayer subsidized is stupid, but the town goes the other way and says "no" 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7709-03-19 TC Packet Page 335 of 338 336 to dogs. The Snowmass Center looks like it will be a mess as well with 70 condos taking up open space. It seems the town is more concerned with the voices of those in subsidized housing than people that actually pay a big portion of the bills. Those that own free market properties.  I think part-time residents should have a seat on town council.  I think there should have been a vote on marijuana stores in Snowmass.  I wrote everyone on City Council when we started on the Base Village fiasco. I assume I don't need to review the 10-year long bankruptcy saga there.  I've been lobbying for crosswalks for 5 years to deaf ears.  I'm a part time resident and feel you like me because I pay taxes, pay water bills that are bigger than my share, etc. but then you don't like me because I'm not a "local." The rift between locals and part- timers is alive and well.  Listen a bit more to the year-round residents that make this resort a community.  More transparency and effort to put information out.  Need for some bike free trails, especially on the rim and Brush Creek trail. 2 out of 100 is a small request.  No representation for nonresidents property owners.  No voting rights on taxes that town levies for part-time owners.  Not sure if annual survey is enough.  Our town council does not represent the people who work their asses off all winter and summer catering to our tourists. We need new younger representation.  Part time resident property owners have no real say. We can't vote on any issue.  Part time resident so no meaningful voice - it is what it is.  Part time residents are not acknowledged. It's almost like the locals want to ignore us. We pay taxes too and love Snowmass. Sorry if we have to work elsewhere to afford to visit. It's really unjust.  Part-time owners were completely ignored on marijuana sales in Snowmass.  Part-time residents are just ignored. This was extremely evident with Town Council's marijuana vote. More than one council member complained that we heard from Part-time residents and now we need to hear from locals that Part-time residents are the majority of property owners. They should be the most important voice.  Part-time residents views are not adequately considered. Property owners should be allowed to vote locally.  Pass out flyers or something to all the locals here in SMV. Then give us feedback on what we think.  People are listening, but not hearing.  PTR concerns essentially ignored.  Related to housing: I do not feel that I am a part of this community as a teacher since I am not recognized (via housing, in this case) as providing a service to the community. I always feel like an outcast here, that my service is not valued or considered.  Renters don't pay property taxes yet seem to have a big say so on trails that they don't pay much for. They actually vote for passing every subsidy because they don’t pay in.  See prior comment on ignoring mayoral requested input from part-timers on marijuana We need to vote in local elections. Town should fess up and show how much revenue comes from part- timers - it is actively being hidden and avoided.  Several of us have wanted affordable housing that Coffee Place was supposed to give us. This is not the case and a deliberate refute to anyone who thinks the new prices are indeed affordable. Here what we have to say about this issue and look elsewhere for pricing for all of the building materials. Somewhere out there, less window cost, doors, etc. I wouldn't think this is the final number 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7809-03-19 TC Packet Page 336 of 338 337 or would hope our town would agree, this shouldn't be the final number for AFFORDABLE HOUSING!!  Snowmass needs to wake up or other resorts in Colorado will bury them if they have not already. While some do not want change, the home owners, the business owners, and the employees in the area should demand an overall change to support growth in property values, commerce to restaurants and retail, and jobs with parking/transportation and housing options for employees. The Upper Village looks like it is becoming an abandoned strip mall from the 1970s while the Westin and the Wildwood should be leveled.  Snowmass politicians get a paycheck & benefits from the taxpayers, then hide/refuse to talk with those same citizens.  The handful of people making decisions think they know what's best and they act like they listen to each other, but they don't. They always they stick with they had already decided. I have not seen anyone change their stance. They change their plans but only because they have to. They talk like they are open to ideas, but they will just push things though as they see fit. This has been happening with all people in the town that have been there for a very long time. The new people think they are so different, but they are not. They are doing the same thing they just have a slightly different idea on what they want. It’s not what all the people that live hear want. We want to feel like this is home and not some low-class people you can just push around.  The NIMBY mentality has got to go. You were elected to lead. Do your job.  The powers that be could shop locally more often, eat at local restaurants more often and introduce themselves to members of the community, businesses, etc.  The town ignores non-voting part-time residents. It was so stated during marijuana discussions.  The town should make better use of emails to residents (especially part time residents) so we are aware of issues pending.  There is no consideration for part-time owners. Base Village is a taxation nightmare entirely approved by the town. GID should be dissolved.  There should be an established input channel for the many property owners who do not live in Snowmass but spend several weeks a year there while having a substantial investment in real estate in the town. I for instance, own three condos but have no legal input into the governing of the town. I would be much more involved if I could vote in local elections or at least have a channel for having a voice heard by the council. This survey is largely not appropriate to serve as a vehicle for those type of input.  This Base Village extension is a disaster.  This is the first survey I've ever done, never had any idea the TOSV did these. In fact, it wasn't until recently when I was looking for something else on the website that I realized I can sign up for email newsletters to become more informed about what is going on. Doesn't seem like there is a good enough push of information for residents.  Town Council made it very clear last year that part-time residents opinions are not considered in major town decisions such as selling marijuana in our family-oriented town. Suggest putting a part-time resident on town council and/or giving part-time residents voter status on municipal issues as seen in other parts of the country.  Town council routinely goes through 'listen to the people initiatives', while its mind is already made up, especially on the development front.  Town Council turns a deaf ear to part-time residents because we can't vote.  Town officials ignore viewpoints which don't jive with their own. For example, how many town employees and elected officials currently advocate for lower taxes? 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 7909-03-19 TC Packet Page 337 of 338 338  Village residents feel strongly that our town should be 'just big enough'. Town Council should focus on enhancing our strengths and uniqueness, not try to turn us into a competitor of every other destination or resort. Our beautiful setting, our family friendly resort and residential policies (especially affordable housing) and our laid-back atmosphere should be cherished, not changed. Council should listen to citizen boards and survey on controversial questions, as well as read and heed their email.  When we are your eyes and ears, a lot of weight should be put on our suggestions, as we are the users and voice of the community.  Where is the permanent exhibit of the Mastodons?  While I agree full time residents should have the most say in how the town can improve, Snowmass is unique in that much of the tax revenue used to support many of the TOSV programs is provided by part-time residents. Yet I feel a certain negativity towards part-time residents who would like more representation and say in the continued improvements in TOSV. 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey - Open Ended Comments Page 8009-03-19 TC Packet Page 338 of 338 339