WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITY INFORMATION

    

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Wireless Telecommunications Facility Ordinance Update
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Wireless Moratorium

WIRELESS 101 - Presentation by Jonathan L. Kramer

6409(A) Exempt Facilities

Wireless Telecommunication Facility Application
  * Required for all new submittals

A Local Government Official’s Guide to Transmitting Antenna RF Emission Safety: Rules, Procedures, and Practical Guidance

Ordinance No. 2012-295 - Wireless Telecommunications Ordinance

Active Wireless Projects

Project No. & Location

Project Description

140001385

23586 Calabasas Road
A request for a Wireless Telecommunication Facility Permit, an Administrative Plan Review and a Variance for building height for an existing facility. The project includes the removal of 20 antennas and replacing them with 16 new antennas, (screened from view), installation of 8 new remote radio units, and the installation of 4 new Raycap fiber demarcation junction boxes on the rooftop of 23586 Calabasas Road within the Commercial Old Town (CT) zoning district. The project requests a Variance from the 35’ height limit on commercial buildings to allow for a maximum finished height of 52’ for FRP antenna enclosures.

Please click here for a copy of the project application
Please click here for the alternate site analysis and coverage gap analysis
Please click here for the collocation agreement
Please click here for the coverage maps
Please click here for the least intrusive location analysis
Please click here for the photo sims
Please click here for the project description
Please click here for the property description
Please click here for the RF compliance statement
Please click here for activity status (posted 12/02/14)
140001107

25151 Calabasas Road
Request for a Wireless Telecommunications Facility (WTF) Permit and a Scenic Corridor Permit to modify an existing WTFs to provide LTE coverage. The proposed modifications include replacing existing pole mounted equipment and antennas with new equipment and antennas. The existing facility is located at 25151 Calabasas Road, within the public right-of-way.

Please click here for a copy of the project application
Please click here for the supplemental application
Please click here for the supplemental application attachments
Please click here for the alternate site analysis
Please click here for the collocation agreement
Please click here for the FCC statement
Please click here for the noise impact analysis
Please click here for the photo sims
Please click here for the technical siting analysis
Please click here for activity status (posted 10/02/14)
140000549

4937 Las Virgenes Road
A request for a Wireless Telecommunication Permit, Administrative Plan Review and a Scenic Corridor Permit to upgrade an existing Wireless Telecommunication Facility in the roof of 4937 Las Virgenes Road within the Commercial Retail (CR) zoning district. Project includes: the replacement of existing equipment located on the roof behind a screened enclosure with new LTE and LTE 2C equipment and the replacement of existing antennas with 3 new 7-foot tall antennas and 8 new 6-foot tall antennas.

Please click here for a copy of the project application
Please click here for the noise impact analysis
Please click here for the alternate site analysis
Please click here for the Appendix A
Please click here for AT&T Master Plan
Please click here for the collocation letter
Please click here for the RF propagation maps narrative
Please click here for the RF propagation maps
Please click here for the FCC statement
Please click here for a copy of the least intrusive means
Please click here for the photo sims
Please click here for the project narrative
Please click here for activity status (posted 05/21/14)

Future Projects

Project Description

14 sites

Proposal by Southern California Gas Company to install 14 Data Collection Units(DCU’s) throughout the City. The DCU’s would convey information from existing natural gas meters to the Gas Company. Information on the county wide project is available at www.socalgas.com/advanced. The City was briefed on the project by Gas Company representatives in late March 2012. No formal application has been received by the City at this time.

3 RIC towers

In mid-March , 2012, staff met with representatives of the LA-RICS (Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System) project.  The LA-RICS system will provide a single dedicated wireless communication network for government agencies and first responders such as the Sheriff’s Department, Police Departments, Fire Departments and other safety personnel in the LA area (www.la-rics.org).

The first phase of the LA-RICS project includes three locations within the City of Calabasas: the Sheriff’s station on Agoura Road, the fire station on Las Virgenes Road and the fire station on Calabasas Road. While the exact size of individual facilities may vary slightly, the LA-RICS engineering/design team has determined that each location will require an approximately 70-foot tall monopole with 12 panel antennas and two microwave dishes, as well as associated ground mounted equipment cabinets and a backup power generator.

LA-RICS is currently in the process of drafting environmental documents for CEQA and NEPA and expects to have a draft environmental document available for public review in the next few months, at which time the City will have an opportunity to comment on the environmental document.

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Map of Existing Wireless Facilities in the City of Calabasas
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General Wireless Information

Below is a list of presentations that staff has prepared over the past several years for the City Council and various commissions regarding wireless facilities.  You can view the powerpoint presentation and/or watch an archive of the meeting.

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Wireless Telecommunications Facility Ordinance Update

At the direction of City Council, the City is currently in the process of updating its wireless telecommunication facility ordinance, which is found in section 17.12.050 of the Calabasas Municipal Code. The City encourages participation from all members of the community in this effort.  Please contact Michael Klein, Associate Planner, at (818) 224-1710 or email at mklein@cityofcalabasas.com if you have any questions regarding this process.  Below is information relating to the ordinance update project.

City of Calabasas Community Development Department Code Interpretation Regarding 6409(a) Exemptions - 07/30/12
Ordinance No. 2012-295 - Wireless Telecommunications Ordinance

Ordinance No. 2012-295 - Wireless Telecommunications Ordinance - Redline Version - 06/15/12  

Ordinance No. 2012-295 - Wireless Telecommunications Ordinance - 06/11/12 

Notice of Intent to adopt a Negative Declaration - Wireless Telecommunication Facility Ordinance /File No. 120000070 - 4/11/12

Wireless Telecommunication Facilities Ordinance - Proposed Initial Study/Negative Declaration - 4/11/12

Peer Review of Revised Draft of Proposed City Ordinance 17.12.050 & Proposed Application from Andrew Campanelli, Esq. - 2/8/12

Peer Review of Draft Wireless Ordinance Report from Andrew Campanelli, Esq. - 12/16/11

Draft Wireless Telecommunications Ordinance with comments from the Communications and Technology Commission - 12/16/11

Draft Wireless Telecommunications Ordinance w/ comments from the Communication and Technology Commission & City Attorney - 12/16/11

Current Ordinance - 8/11/11

Communications and Technology Commission Recommendations - 11/9/10


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