square-foot Panda Express (SP23-0005), and a 152,000 Store
Space Self-Storage facility (SP23-0006).
The current and third requested amendment via Ordinance No.
04-2023, requests the following:
1) Amendment to the Overall Development Plan/Master
Development Plan to increase the number of multi-family unit
allocation for the BPUD from 414 units to 652 units;
2) Amendment to the development agreement approved by
Ordinance No. 21-2009, to update the multi-family unit cap,
include the 26.57 acres, and to clarify remaining entitlements
between the landowner and the City; and
3) Rezone an additional ±26.57 acres of land to be rezoned and
included within the Deltona Village BPUD.
On March 15, 2023, the Planning and Zoning Board voted (6 to 1) to
recommend approval of Ordinance No. 04-2023 by the City
On April 3, 2023, the City Commission voted (4 to 3) to deny
Ordinance No. 04-2023, due to concerns with the age of the
originally approved traffic study (2009) and the requested increase of
multi-family unit cap for the project (652-unit cap). Concerns
regarding School Concurrency were also expressed.
On May 1, 2023, the applicant requested a rehearing of Ordinance
No. 04-2023 via the motion filed as allowed by Section 110-1005. -
Rehearing and administrative res judicata. The City Commission
approved the applicant’s request to rehear the application and
scheduled for the next available meeting.
Since the April 3, 2023, City Commission, staff contracted the City’s
consulting traffic engineer, BCC Engineering. Staff requested BCC
provide an update to the trip generation impacts and traffic
equivalency matrix of the 2009 Deltona Village Traffic Impact
Analysis in comparison to the Institute of Traffic Engineer’s (ITE)
Manual, 11th and latest edition. The attached memo finds that the
project evaluated under modern trip generation rates would have a
net total impact of 24,417 average daily trips (ADTs) and 2,271 PM
Peak Hour Trips as opposed to the originally anticipated 17,808
ADTs and 1,141 PM Peak Hour Trips at full build-out. However,
based on the updated traffic equivalency matrix within the memo, the
Deltona Village BPUD with the existing and proposed developments
would remain compliant with the originally approved 17,808 ADTs,
1,141 PM Peak Hour Trips, and 900,000 square feet of retail at this
As a method of addressing/accepting the new anticipated impacts
per the ITE Manual, 11th edition, for the 24,417 ADTs and 2,271 PM