Developer plans new Yukon homes on 38 lots

9-acre ‘phase four’ proposed for River Mesa addition off Wagner Road


By Conrad Dudderar
Staff Writer

A developer plans to build more homes on Yukon’s north side.

A final plat for phase four of the River Mesa addition contains 38 lots with no “common area” on 9.02 acres, according to an application submitted to City of Yukon Development Services.

Manco Enterprises LLC is developer of River Mesa, south of E Wagner Road between N Piedmont Road and N Yukon Parkway. The property is zoned R-1 “single-family residential district.”

The Yukon Planning Commission will consider the final plat request, submitted by Crafton Tull & Associates on behalf of Manco Enterprises.

The hearing will be at the planning commission’s 7 p.m. meeting next Monday, July 18 inside the Centennial Building, 12 S 5th.

“Access to River Mesa Phase 4 will be via River Mesa Drive and Dover Mansion in River Mesa Phase 1 and 2; and Linda Lane from the adjoining Ranchwood Heights Addition to the west,” according to city planner Kelly Driscoll’s staff report.

“The preliminary plat of River Mesa was approved on July 13, 2015. This is the final section of the plat.”

The proposed final plat for River Mesa Phase 4 is “consistent” with the Yukon Comprehensive Plan and its “low-intensity” designation for this site, the planning staff report shows.

Yukon Planning Commission members are Chairman Bill Baker, Vice Chairman Jarrid Wright, David Enmark, Nick Grba, and Jeff Geis.



Meanwhile, two Yukon residents are seeking City of Yukon approval to install a new driveway on W Wilshire Boulevard near the east city limits.

Mike and Jodie Pendleton have requested a curb cut off Sara Road for a proposed residence on the south side of Wilshire.

The Pendletons’ application will be heard at the July 18th Yukon Planning Commission meeting.

“The application states that the applicant wishes to utilize gravel and not concrete for the drive,” according to a city planning staff report.

The 8.16-acre undeveloped site is zoned “A” agriculture district and the “entire property” is in the floodplain, the report indicates.