You can build anywhere in Stagecoach, but there are a few things that need to be done before you get a building permit.
1. The roads must be up to grade before you can get a vault permit. Roads must be 16′ wide by 8″ deep and have culverts where applicable (specs are the same as the Oak Creek Fire Dept. specifications). If the road to your lot isn’t up to grade, you can pay for the improvements and possibly see a refund as more people build.
2. Sewer and Water Update–If your lot is not on the public water system, you’ll need a well and sewer vault. Vault fees (including the Vault Impact Fee, Lot Owner Agreements and Well applications) totaled $4666 as of March, 2008. Each Stagecoach neighborhood allows a certain number of vaults. The homeowner agrees that if the public sewer line comes within 100 feet of their property, they will tap into the public system.
3. Moratorium on Vaults—Morrison Creek Water is talking about a moratorium on vaults. That means they would stop issuing vault permits. Of course, it is all just talk right now, but the current system where homeowners pump out their vaults and transport the waste to the sewer plant is getting to be a burden on the system.
4. Developments in line for public utilities–Morningside will be first. Their Master Plan is okay’d and they only have 8 vault permits left. South Shore and Horseback could be after that.
5. Developments where there is water, sewer, and electric to the lot line: Meadowgreen, Neighborhoods at Youngs Peak, Coyote Run.