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Posted: March 05, 2020
Rapid City
Agenda Item Summary

Agenda Item Ref. #: 20PD003 - Original Town of Rapid City

Agenda Item Title:

20PD003 - Major Amendment to a Planned Development Overlay to allow a care campus with medical facilities, childcare and support services

Origination Group:
Planning Commission
Origination Meeting Date:
03/05/2020
Petitioner:
Fisk Land Surveying & Consulting Engineers, Inc for OneHeart
Staff Contact:
John Green, Current Planner I
Location:
East of 3rd Street, south of Kansas City Street
Agenda Item Summary:
The applicant has submitted a Major Amendment to a Planned Development Overlay to allow a care campus to provide medical and support services to impoverished neglected citizens. Specifically, the “OneHeart” care campus will include professional medical services, childcare, education, outreach, fitness, recreation, counseling, and other support services for a broad range of people combatting poverty and associated issues. The clients served by the care campus will be based on referrals only to insure that the facility has the capacity to serve each individual’s needs accordingly. Additionally, 90 residential units will provide transitional housing for clients served by the care campus, with the average length of stay anticipated to range from two months to two years. As part of the support services offered, the care campus will partner with other community organizations to provide a nexus of information, outreach, and availability to receive services from any other necessary community partners of the program based on each individual’s need. The applicant has indicated that the project will be developed in phases, with all primary and secondary care services, residential uses, and support services outlined in Phase One for an anticipated completion date of 2021. Some auxiliary services, such as a proposed sweat lodge and greenhouse, may not be completed until as late as 2025. The proposed project will renovate existing structures located along Kansas City Street, between 3rd and 1st Street. The majority of the subject property is zoned General Commercial District, while a smaller portion of the property is currently zoned High Density Residential District. The property in total is 3.85 acres in size. The applicant is aware that the portion of the property zoned High Density Residential District must be rezoned to General Commercial District prior to initiating the use within that specific phase of the project.

Funding Source & Fiscal Impact (if applicable):

Funding Cost Center

Recommendations:

Origination Recommendation Action:
Approve with Stipulations