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1/13/10 Zoning Review Committee & Planning Board Workshop. Drainage. A completely impervious parking lot relies on drainage structures, i.e. piping, retention ponds Allowing for some impervious parking or landscaped drainage swales can reduce the size of built drainage needed.

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1/13/10

Zoning Review Committee & Planning Board Workshop


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Drainage

  • A completely impervious parking lot relies on drainage structures, i.e. piping, retention ponds

  • Allowing for some impervious parking or landscaped drainage swales can reduce the size of built drainage needed


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Pervious Parking


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Why Landscape Parking Lots?

  • Helps alleviate the amount of heat a parking lot gives off “heat islands”

  • Can go hand in hand with drainage, the more pervious areas= the less drainage structures that may need to be built

  • Visual buffers

  • Traffic calming


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Different Locations for Landscaping

Can also act

as drainage

swale if at

proper

elevation


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Landscaping on Perimeter Only


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Example of Change


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Different Strategies for Landscaping


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Landscaped Parking Lots


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Open Parking Lot


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Why encourage parking to side and rear?

  • Allows the building to get the attention as opposed to a parking lot

  • Smaller curbcut =

    • traffic has designated areas to access parking lot

    • More easily allows for sidewalks and pedestrian access


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Parking on the Side of the Building


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Parking shown to front and side of buildings, landscaping acts as buffer


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Parking Spaces Layout

Not Ideal:

Pedestrians

than need to

walk through

parking

spaces

Ideal:

Creates more

of a walkway

for pedestrians


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  • Pro:

  • Parking on side and back

  • of building

  • Sidewalk

  • Small curbcuts

  • Landscaping

  • Angled parking

  • Lines well delineated


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  • Pro:

  • Parking to side and rear of building

  • Landscaping in front

  • Sidewalks

  • Small curbcuts

  • Lines well delineated

  • Angled parking


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  • Pro:

  • Parking to the side of building

  • Lines are visible


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  • Pro:

  • Delineated curbcuts

  • Some landscaping

  • Con:

  • -Parking mainly in front of building

  • -Traffic flow confusing

  • -Difficult to see lines


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  • Pro:

  • Parking to the side and back,

  • not in front of building

  • Flow in parking lot

  • Con:

  • -No lines since material is dirt


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  • Pro:

  • Parking to side and back of building

  • Lines well delineated

  • Con:

  • -Open curbcut

  • -No landscaping


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  • Pro:

  • Curbcuts delineated

  • Lines well maintained

  • Con:

  • -Parking all in front


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  • Pro:

  • Most parking to rear and side

  • Well delineated lines

  • Small curbcuts with landscaping

  • in front

  • Con:

  • -No designated areas for

  • pedestrians


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  • Pro:

  • Landscape buffer in front

  • Landscaping within the

  • parking lot

  • Small curbcuts

  • Well delineated lines


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  • Pro:

  • Parking to the side and

  • back of building

  • Landscape buffer from

  • street to building

  • Lines well delineated

  • Good traffic flow

  • Con:

  • -Sidewalk access would be

  • beneficial


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  • Pro:

  • Landscape buffering from street

  • Parking to side of building

  • Small curbcut

  • Con:

  • -Lines need to be better delineated

  • -Sidewalk would be beneficial


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