is necessary, unless a majority of the Board wishes to
consider this preliminary subdivision application. On
October 28, 2004, the Planning Commission voted to approve
the Keith Meadows Preliminary Plat, subject to the
conditions noted below:
The Final Plat shall be in general conformance with
the Preliminary Plat entitled "Keith Meadows Subdivision"
dated November 29, 2004, signed by Henry J. Ellis on
11-29-04 and received in the Planning Office on December 2,
2004, except as modified by these conditions. This approval
is for a maximum of three (3) residential lots.
This subdivision shall comply with the Fauquier
County Subdivision Ordinance. If the SWM/BMP facility is
proposed to be a dry pond, some type of assurances shall be
required that the pond will remain dry.
- Lots 1
& 2 shall have a joint access at Keith Road. This
access shall be located in the same place as the
administrative lots’ private street.
Dedication shall be required if Keith Road right-of-way
is less than 50 feet in width.
Driveway culverts shall be a minimum of 15 inches in
A sight distance profile shall be provided
demonstrating that the entrance meets minimum requirements
in accordance with Minimum Standards of Entrances to
The entrance shall be constructed in accordance with
our Private Subdivision Road/Street Entrance standard.
A note shall be incorporated in the plan that lots 1
and 2 shall not have direct access to Route 628, and shall
only be accessed from the private drive.
The stormwater management ponds and outfall shall be
constructed in accordance with the October 16, 2003
memorandum “Proposed Stormwater Management Facilities
Adjacent to VDOT Right-of-way” from the Culpeper District
Hydraulic Engineer. A profile shall be provided
demonstrating that the pond is in compliance.
The Private Drive shall be named in accordance with
Section 7-11 of the Fauquier County Subdivision Ordinance.
A bold statement shall be added to the Final
Construction Plans and Final Plat stating that street signs
for the private street will not be maintained with funds
from the County of Fauquier pursuant to Section 7-12 of the
Per Article 7-306 of the Zoning Ordinance a bold
statement shall be on any plat of subdivision containing a
Virginia Certified Professional Soil Scientist (CPSS)
needs to adjust the Type I Soil Map soil lines or
needs to adjust the preliminary soil map with revisions
onto the Final Construction Plan. This shall be done in
the field and checked for any additional soils
information to be added to the Final Construction plan.
Interpretive information from the Type I soil report for
each mapping unit shown on the above Final Construction
Plan shall be placed on the same sheet as the soil map.
Also a Symbols Legend shall be placed on the Final
Construction Plan to identify spot symbols.
final soil map shall be filed in the Building Department
to be used exclusively for obtaining soils information
for this proposed subdivision.
copies of this final soil map with CPSS signature shall
be submitted to the Soil Scientist Office before Final
Plat approval is made.
final signature sets shall require original CPSS
type of primary and reserve drainfield area shall be
stated for each lot.
statements under Home Sites and Road Construction
shall be placed on the same sheet as the final soils
The County recommends that no below grade
basements be constructed on soil mapping unit 417C due to
wetness unless the foundation drainage system of the
structure is designed by a Virginia Licensed Professional
Engineer. The foundation drainlines should be daylighted for
gravity flow on all structures.
PRIOR TO FINAL CONSTRUCTION PLAN APPROVAL, IT
SHALL BE AGREED THAT ALL DRAINFIELD AREAS ARE TO BE
SURROUNDED BY SAFETY FENCING AND NO CONSTRUCTION
TRAFFIC SHALL CROSS NOR SHALL LAND DISTURBANCE OCCUR
IN THESE AREAS. THE FENCING OF THESE AREAS IS TO BE
VERIFIED BY COUNTY STAFF BEFORE THE ISSUANCE OF THE
LAND DISTURBING PERMIT.
Pursuant to Section 7-603 of the Fauquier County
Zoning Ordinance, a landscape plan shall be submitted with
the construction drawings for approval. That landscape plan
Save existing trees on-site to the fullest extent
possible, with clearcutting only allowed for the house pad,
yard, drainfields, streets, etc.
Provide street trees every 50 linear feet along