Land Use Report For Monroe County, New York

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Land Use ReportforMonroe County, New YorkMajor Projects Proposed, Approved andConstructed in 2012Monroe CountyDepartment of Planning and DevelopmentPlanning Division

Land Use Report for Monroe County, New York2012TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction.1Land Use Data.2Description of Database Elements.5Land Use Classification Codes .6Land Use Classification: Number of Properties and Acreage.9Tables:Table A.Residential Building Permit InformationTable B.Proposed Major Projects in 2012Table C.Cumulative Report on the Status of Major Projects: 1992-2012Table D.Cumulative Status of Rezonings – Potential Development: 2003-2012Table E.Potential Development: 2013-2015Maps:Map 1.2012 Major Development ProjectsMap 2.2012 Major Residential ProjectsMap 3.2012 Major Non-Residential Projects

Financial assistance for the preparation of this report was provided in part by the FederalHighway Administration. Monroe County is solely responsible for its content and the views andopinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of the U.S.Department of Transportation.

Land Use Report for Monroe County, New York2012INTRODUCTIONFunds from the Genesee Transportation Council (GTC) Unified Planning Work Program(UPWP) were provided as a grant to continue a system for annually reporting changes inland use within Monroe County. Up-to-date land use data is important for transportationmodeling and analysis and will be used by GTC as inputs into their traffic simulationmodel. This land use information will be used to assess changes in land use, identifytrends, guide capital project investments, and help pinpoint “hot spots” of trafficcongestion that may become candidates for possible traffic management solutions such asTransportation Development Districts (T. D. D.) or Transportation ManagementAssociations (T. M. A.).Keeping track of growth is a task that is essential to sound land use decision-making.New land uses can place a strain on existing infrastructure and other communityfacilities. In reviewing development applications, communities should be aware of otherproposed developments that could impact a proposed facility or the area in which theproject is located. In response to the need to monitor proposed development, the GeneseeTransportation Council and the Monroe County Department of Planning andDevelopment initiated a process to identify all proposed projects and approved majorprojects within a computerized database that can be updated on an annual basis.The emphasis on major projects is intended to identify significant economic activity thatcan generate high levels of vehicular traffic that could impact traffic operations on aparticular highway or within a transportation corridor. This information is obtained asearly as possible in the development process and actual construction activity each yearuntil the project is completed.Our department files also contain detailed data on proposed projects, which are below thethresholds for major projects. However, we did not monitor these “minor” projects todetermine if or when they were approved or constructed. Information on the location andtype of proposed minor projects may be important in the future to determine thecumulative development impacts of both major and minor projects when consideringspecific infrastructure improvements or in analyzing development trends.1

LAND USE DATAProject DatabaseThis database is a compilation of selected information about proposed residential andnon-residential development projects which have been submitted for county review underGeneral Municipal Law § 239-l, -m, -n by the city, towns and villages. The status ofeach project is tracked through construction, denial, or withdrawal. For the actual projectstatus as of the spring of 2012, each municipality was contacted.Information on proposed and approved projects was gathered from a variety of sourcesincluding our computerized log in system, from project reporting forms completed bymunicipal officials, and discussions with local officials.Major Project CriteriaThis database focuses on those proposed projects that could have significant trafficimpacts. It would be cumbersome to track every project that has been proposed in thecounty. To reduce the volume of proposed projects, thresholds were established toeliminate those that are not deemed to be significant traffic generators. The criteria usedare as follows:5 or more residential lots or dwelling units; OR5,000 square feet of non-residential gross floor area; ORRezoning for an area of 10 acres or more.Department staff identified those major projects proposed within each calendar year,which meet these thresholds. Detailed information on each proposed major project isrecorded on a Municipal Land Use Monitoring Report form, which is submitted tomunicipal officials for their verification of all data for each project.Additional Land Use DataThe following additional data has been collected for this report:Table A. Residential Building Permit InformationTable B. Proposed Major Projects in 2012Table C. Cumulative Report on the Status of Major Projects: 1992-2012Table D. Cumulative Status of Rezonings – Potential Development: 2003-2012Table E. Potential Development: 2013-20152

Residential Building Permit InformationTable A. shows residential building permits issued by municipality for single family, two (2)family, three (3) family, four (4) family and other family in Monroe County. The buildingpermit data was obtained directly from the municipalities and is consistent with theGenesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council’s Regional Land Use Monitoring Report.These building permits are for new construction only.The following table shows a breakdown of data for residential building permits issued in 2012.Single FamilyNumberBuildingPermits Issued766% of TotalBuildingPermits Issued93.3%Two (2) FamilyThree (3) FamilyFour (4) FamilyOther Family4005104.9%0%.6%1.2%Total Permits Issued 2012821100%Municipalities with Most SignificantConstructionPenfield (125); Greece (123);Rochester (108); Henrietta (106)Greece (38); Brighton (2)N/ASpencerport (3); Webster (V) (2)Brighton (4); Webster (3)Proposed Major Projects in 2012Table B. indicates there were a total of 107 major projects proposed in Monroe County in 2012.Five (5) of those projects included applications for re-zoning, which is often the first indicationof future development activity. The data in Table B also indicates residential projects which aresenior or special needs facilities.Of the 107 major projects proposed in Monroe County in 2012, the majority came from ahandful of municipalities. Greece had the most major projects with 18, followed by Henriettawith 13, Gates with 12 and Perinton with 11.The proposed major projects data indicates there were 49 projects with residential developmentin 2012. The remaining balance of 58 projects therefore was non-residential development.Cumulative Report on the Status of Major Projects: 1992-2012Table C. is a status report for all major projects in Monroe County between 1992 and 2012 listedby land use. In cases where a project is not listed under a land use category the type ofdevelopment has not been identified.The only way a major project will be deleted from this cumulative list in future years is: 1) if theproject has been denied; 2) if the project has been approved, but then subsequently withdrawn; or3) if construction has been completed.3

This table is a valuable resource within the Land Use Report because many major projects takelonger than one year to work through the approval and construction process.Cumulative Status of Rezonings – Potential Development: 2003-2012Table D. This table is an accumulation of all rezonings in Monroe County, which have notresulted in final construction between 2003 and 2012. In cases where a project is not listed undera land use category the type of development has not been identified.Potential Development: 2013-2015Table E. is constructed from information supplied by the municipality as known major projectswhich are in the “pipeline” but have not been formally submitted for approval in 2012.4

DESCRIPTION OF DATABASE ELEMENTSThe following description of the database elements can be used to interpret the data provided inthe attached tables:Applicant’s Name: The name of the applicant as it appears on the development referral formsubmitted to Monroe County Department of Planning and Development.Census Tract Number: Small statistical subdivisions of a county determined by the United StatesCensus Bureau.Development Information: The name used by NYS and the Monroe County Real Property Taxoffices to identify property categories.Land Use Code:The three-digit number used by NYS and the Monroe County Real Property Taxoffices to identify type of land use.Number of Lots: Number of lots resulting from any subdivision of land.Number of Units: Applies to number of units in an apartment project or a motel/hotel.Parcel Address:The name of the primary access road to the property.Project Name: The title or most recognized reference name for the proposed project, if available.Project Status: Indicates if a project is approved, pending approval, under construction or complete.Referral Number: This is Monroe County’s identification number assigned to each proposed projectsubmitted for our review. The capital letters represent the municipality, the year the project wasinitially proposed follows, and then a file number was assigned to each project. The letter at the endidentifies the type of review (S subdivision, Z site plan review, special permit, or any other typeof zoning action, and A airport review).Residential Conversion:for residential use.Senior Housing:Indicates that an industrial, commercial or vacant building was convertedIndicates that a project is for senior housing.Special Needs: Indicates that a project is for a special needs development.Tax Account Number: The County’s Real Property Tax number.Total Acreage: Total acreage of site to be developed.Total Gross Floor Area (GFA): The total square footage of gross floor area (if available).Transportation Analysis Zone (TAZ): This code number identifies the location of a property for usein the computer modeling system of Genesee Transportation Council.5

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION CODEThe New York State Office of Real Property Services has developed a simple and uniformclassification system to be used in assessment administration in New York State. The system ofclassification consists of numeric codes within specific land use categories (listed below). Theland use code indicated for each project in the Development Referrals File of approved majorprojects conforms to this system and all land use codes found in the file are described below:Land Use Code Numbers and 410411414AGRICULTURAL (Property used for the production of crops orlivestock)Agricultural vacant land (productive)Livestock and productsField cropsTruck crops – mucklandsTruck crops – not mucklandsOrchard cropsOther fruitsNursery and greenhouseSpecialty farmsFish, Game and Wildlife PreservesRESIDENTIALOne family year-round residence (Apartments are #411 under theCommercial category)Two family year-round residenceThree family year-round residenceRural residence with acreageEstateSeasonal residencesMobile homeResidential – multi-purpose/multi-structureMultiple residencesVACANT LANDResidentialResidential vacant landRuralVacant land located in commercial areasVacant land located in industrial areasUrban Renewal or slum clearancePublic utility vacant landCOMMERCIALLiving accommodationsApartmentsHotel6

8059060060612613615620630633640Inns, lodges, boarding and rooming houses, tourist homes, fraternityand sorority housesDining establishmentsRestaurant (full service)Motor vehicle servicesAuto dealers – sales and serviceAutomatic car washStorage, warehouse and distribution facilitiesMini warehouse (self service storage)Retail servicesRegional shopping centersArea or neighborhood shopping centersLarge retail outletsLarge retail food storesBanks and office buildingsStandard bank/single occupantOffice buildingProfessional buildingMiscellaneous servicesMultiple use or multipurposeDowntown row type (detached)One story small structureRECREATION AND ENTERTAINMENTEntertainment assemblySports assemblyAmusement facilitiesIndoor sports facilitiesIce or roller skating rinksYMCA’s, YWCA’s, etc.Other indoor sportsOutdoor sports activitiesPublic golf courseImproved beachesMarinasCamps, camping facilities and resortsParksCOMMUNITY SERVICESEducationSchool (general, elementary and secondary)Colleges and universitiesOther educational facilitiesReligiousWelfareHomes for the agedHealth7

90HospitalsAll other health facilitiesGovernmentProtectionFacilities for police and fire protectionProtectionCultural and acturing and processingHigh tech. manufacturing and processingMining and quarryingWellsIndustrial product pipelinesPUBLIC SERVICESWaterCommunicationTransportationWaste disposalLandfills and dumpsSpecial franchise propertyElectric and gasElectric and gas transmission and distributionWILD, FORESTED, CONSERVATION LANDS AND PUBLICPARKSPrivate wild and forest lands except for private hunting and fishingclubsPrivate hunting and fishing clubsState owned forest landsReforested land and other related conservation purposesHudson River and Black River regulating district landPublic parksOther wild or conservation landsTaxable state owned conservation easementsOther taxable state land assessments8

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION: NUMBER OF PROPERTIES AND ACREAGEThe following tables were created by summarizing all of the land use codes by nine general landuse categories and calculating the total number of parcels, or properties, in each category. Theproperty acreage was also aggregated for each category. Percentages were calculated for bothproperties and acreage. The first Land Use Classification Table provides a compilation of datafor all municipalities in Monroe County. The second table provides the 2012 PropertyClassification Summary Final by Municipality.Property Code100200300400500600700800900No DataTotalCategory DescriptionAgriculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic servicesWild, forested, conservation lands andpublic parksProperty 3Source: Monroe County GIS Parcel File, January 20139Count 7627.9288916158.251436371.774877389371.4635Acreage .64%100.00%

MunicipalityPropertyCodePropertyCountCategory acant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic ld, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo 0060070080000ResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic servicesNo 00200300400500600700800ChiliChiliCount geAcreage uralResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic .02%1.47%3.84%90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo 0600700800AgriculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic .39%14.64%8.09%10.52%3.63%3.93%Churchville900Wild, forested, conservationlands and public Vacant land291914400100.10%0.43%0.57%

00800CommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic servicesClarksonClarkson90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo DataTotal12222483East RochesterEast RochesterEast RochesterEast RochesterEast RochesterEast RochesterEast Rochester200300400500600700800ResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic services2253142187527223East RochesterEast Rochester90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo irportFairport200300400600700800ResidentialVacant landCommercialCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic services19145810324136FairportFairport90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo sidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic servicesNo tialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic %7.11%2.43%6.10%3.12%2.32%0.07%0.14%

GreeceGreece90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo 00300400500600700800AgriculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic 20114.0092.7225.79HamlinHamlin90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo 500600700800AgriculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic 000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo ltonHilton200300400500600700800ResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic services1775528541618HiltonHilton90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo DataTotal271950Honeoye FallsHoneoye FallsHoneoye FallsHoneoye FallsHoneoye FallsHoneoye FallsHoneoye FallsHoneoye alVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic 33%

Honeoye FallsHoneoye Falls90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo Vacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic 90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo lResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic services10422093735851518MendonMendon90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo 00600700800AgriculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic 46413.59472.3484.70OgdenOgden90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo tialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic 9.71%2.99%3.18%1.01%1.42%0.09%

ResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic %3.50%1.59%1.47%90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo 0700800AgriculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo 00500600700800AgriculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic 0Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo DataTotal22289731Pittsford (V)Pittsford (V)Pittsford (V)Pittsford (V)Pittsford (V)Pittsford (V)Pittsford (V)Pittsford acant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesPublic servicesNo DataTotal1539299921352690Parma00No 3.05%3.87%1.13%100%

riculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic services157118124522610113RigaRiga90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo esidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic r90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo cant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic services120131423234830412RushRush90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo ralResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic servicesNo ortSpencerport200300400ResidentialVacant 75%8.81%100%

500600800Recreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesPublic servicesSpencerportSpencerport90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo esidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic services52183957683925522SwedenSweden90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo culturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic ld, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo DataTotal88614384Webster (V)Webster (V)Webster (V)Webster (V)Webster (V)Webster (V)Webster (V)Webster (V)20030040050060070080000ResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic servicesNo .66%0.65%0.22%0.65%AgriculturalResidentialVacant landCommercialRecreation and entertainmentCommunity servicesIndustrialPublic 00%

WheatlandWheatland90000Wild, forested, conservationlands and public parksNo DataTotalSource: Monroe County GIS Parcel File, January 0%2.40%100%

Table AResidential Building Permit Information

2012 Residential Building Permits IssuedSingle Family Two (2) chville00Clarkson10East Henrietta1060Hilton30Honeoye ld1250Perinton320Pittsford340Pittsford port00Sweden80Webster520Webster (V)00Wheatland00Total 201276640Three (3) Family0000000000000000000000000000000Four

Genesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council’s Regional Land Use Monitoring Report. These building permits are for new construction only. The following table shows a breakdown of data for residential building permits issued in 2012. Number Building Permits Issued % of Total Building Permits Issued Municipalities with Most Significant

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