INTRODUCTION

Thefollwing standadshave beendeveloped supplement ZoningLaw of the Tutn of to the Rhinebeck. such,theyshouldbeusedin conjunaionwith Section ofthe code,"SitePlan As Vll Review ApprovalProcedure"partsC andD n helpapplicqnts and understond whdt is intended , by thestatedcriteia for sitedesign,building design, landscope design lightingd*ign. The and intent is to daifi what k expected, therebysimplifyingand speeding site plan opproval the process both applicants the Planning and Board. ftr The workingcommittee that produced these standards beganby lookingat eochaspect ofthe cutent zoningcode with respect thePlanning to Boatd'sSitePlanReviewprocess questions The in eachcase were 'what doesit say,what doesit mean,dnd how cdn we illustate itl" The illustrotions text,cannotshow selected, alongwith the explanotory eyerypossible appoachn a given s,teor condition,but ctreneant to serveas guidelines evolvingoppropriate in d*ign solutions.The PlonningBoardand theZoningEnftrcamentAffcer are resources ovailableto proposals advance applicants assist developing to in in ofthe firmal application, shouldbe and ss consuted whenev r nece aru I e

Mem b e r s o f t h e T o wn Bo a r d
WilliamW Dowden,l! Supervisor WilliamCotting Dennis Dempster RobertElliot JohnHoney

Mem b e r s o f t h e D e s ig n Sta n d a r d s Co r n m itte e
WarrenSmith,Cfrd,," Michael Tiimble Saveria Mazzarella JohnCriffin Nicholas McCausland LouisTi.rrpin KayVerrilli StevenPlotnick JohnClarke toTirvnEoad WilliamCotting,Lorcon

Mem b e r s o f t h e P l a n n in g Bo a r d
PaulLagnoCAarr JohnGrifin JohnVarricchio RiccardoRecchia Nicholas McCausland SaraStephenson Waflen Smith

Aqknowleds.ments Fundinefor $e development productionofthis brochurewas eenerously and providedby the HudsonRive. Creenwaymd the Tom of RhinebeckProfessional technicalierviceswere pro\,fided the Dutchess and by County Departmentof Plannine Econom;cDevelopment, and Warren TempleSmith, Architect, and Stanley Lichens,Photoc.dpher. Sincerethaoksare otreredto everyonewho contributedn any way to this project, andto the Rhineb€ck communityat largefor its encouragement support. Special and drnks to DavidSouers, OptimusArchitecture, 6. his t]@shttul anaiysis oland propGalsfor Rhinebeck's GatewayDiskict, \,!fiich becamethe ;mpetus6r the broaderscopeofths effort.

BACKCROUND
Rhinebeck a predom;nantly is iural town along the HudsonRiverin northernDutchess County. The community cente. is the Village of Rhinebeck, locatedaroundthe intersection of New YorkStateRoute9 andCountyRoute308. With agricultural usesin decline, much of the outlying landis subl'ect demand residential to for subdivisioos. pressure Thereis alsoan increasing particulady for new commercial dwelopment, northofthe Village alongRoute9. The'Ibwn adoptedits latestComprehensive Plan in 1989.The subsequent zoning law update providedsite plan designcriteria, but the general nature of the language not providesumcient did guidance the Planning br Boardin manysrtuatrons. ln early 1997 the Town Board appointeda committeeof town and villageresidents with representatives the Planning from Boardandthe Conservation Advisory Committee among othersto draft supplemental design standards to be used duringthe siteplanreviewprocess. The committeeof volunteersmet many times to discuss specifrc language and, mo.e importantly, waysto illustrate design the standards. The Design Standards meantto supplement are the Comprehensive Planand ZoningLaw of the lbwn ofRhinebeck.ln particular, theywill ber-rsed in conjunction Section ofthe code,"Site with Vll PlanReview ApprovalProcedure," partsC and and D, to helpapplicants understand what is intended bythe statedcrite.iafor sitedesign, building design, and landscaping. The intent is to clari8/ what rs expeaedwiti drawings photographs, and thereby streamliningthe approval process for both applicants the Planning and Board. The ill.rstrations selected, alongwith the explanatory text, will not show every possible approach a given site or to condition,but are meantto serveasguidelines in determiningappropriatedesign solutions. The standards will apply to commercial, industrial, institutionaland multi-family residentialproiects requiring planapproval. site

PURPOSE
DesignStandardsha,,ebeen developedto re'nftrce tlrc Tor,,nofRhinebecl< C,omprehensive ard the Plan -Idtn ofRhinebeck ning Law, aswellas to assistin the implementation tiese doclments. of These standards foster commlnity valuesidentified by the Rhinebeck community through surveys, public hearings, and informational meetings. Community values have been the foundation of all Rhinebeckt planning. Rhinebeckhas achieved national, state, regional and local recognition. It proudly boasts of its Hudso, River Notional Iandmo* distia, amongthe most prestigious the in nati<,fi,the Rhinebe&. Vl[oge Historic District,t ,e25 Mile NewYork Sate Scmicond CoasmlDistrias, ud the many New York State and locally designated scenicroads that meander throughout these higfrly pnzed areas. The cultural heritage of Rhinebeck,together with its richness of resources and significant natjonal, state and local status, prompts the need for these design standards. lt is the communjty's desire to achievethrough use ofthese standardsan outcome that willr
. respectRhine&ch]s histotic,@hutul ohd orchhecam! lesacy a fxter harmonybet*ven the Mtural nd buib etuircnmentt ,| reinf@e onl inpwe Rhnebeck\ stong ancl vi6.ant econonic succest a ftcilitdte senskire, hun@-ffihd develapment stfttegi$ a ndintoin Rhnebeck\ Mland scenic chamder

By providing specific examples of valued architectuaal treatments and preferred site plao details in advance of development proposals,the Jbwn intends to encourage higher quality applicationstiat respect Rhinebeck'shistoric, cultlral and architectural legacy, reinlbrce its recent economic success,Gcilitate sensitivedevelopment strategies, and maintain its rural and seenic character.The application of these standardswill assue Rhinebeckt heritageand preserveits quality of life for trture generations.

S I TE DE S I C N C R I T E R I A
Vehicular Access Unrestdctedaccesswith multiple drivewaysalong major roadways leads to trafEc tie-ups, more accidentscausedby constant turning movements, and the demand for expensive highway impaovementsto correct safety and congestion problems. The following access standards are designed to keep the frow of traffic moving smoothly, increase safety, improve the visual appearancefrom the roadway, allow convenient connections between adjacent uses, and avoid trnnecessary costly road wideningprojects. and l. Minimize Site Entrances
Access drives should be limited to one per parcet untessa trafrc impact analysisor unique circumstances tully justify additionalcLrb cuts. Excessentrancesshouldbe closedand ove.ly wid€ clrb openings sholld be narrowed, especially du.ing any subsequent site plan approval process.

2. Share Accesswith Neighbors
Adiacent parcels should share a single d.iveway whenever feasible. New accessdnves shouldbe placedat the edgesof the property so tiat entrances can be convenienrly shared with tuture adjacent uses. Commercid uses should be clustered and developed in depth around a shared access point, rather than strung out alona the road wir_h multiple

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Overall guidelines for commercidl deeelopment
Atuupi^s of connerciol uses ih wotkobh .l6t B a^d de@bpnqt in .lepth with .onnoh than s'ip @nnerciol stfung out along the ftad ftuntdee with tulhiple qtm^es or.! 8its ac.B .tives ae stftngb tucmMnde.l, rctha

Siteswith \ tide open frontages a ow uncontrcled accest, often at €.P.ssrte spesdlr. Nafowe. eatancp. t*ieet (nMinum 24 feet fol two way) slot, ttafrc enterins the sne, ptovide tafet and natu prcdictable turning noeements, ond allw spte fot street ttees oncl londscopinl alons the f,omore

Parti.ulor uses,likegas stationsansnal l|es, noy needtwo acces dtives to pmeide rhrough citculotia^, but existine thld a^d ftutth entance dtues, especiallythose too closeto intercections,should be clos.d ond the frontuse tondscoped.

Paircd one-\ray @cessdtivesfot e@h leod ta muhiple cuft cuts ^e toa .lose tasethe. excessi|ebrcaks in side\rdks, lossof landscapihs oppottu^ities olong the tontoge, ond the needfot unottr@tive o^d t'epetitive entrunce/ exit signs. Single enhance d.ivet wlh shorcd exits would help protect the copocir, afthe noin funroge rcod ond imprcre cnculatiot and safety.

These business Raute 9 share t n.now entance *ive bet$'een an

thebuUi^gs @nsistent sb^e wallsoh^g theftontoge,the bulk ''ith of thepd kinl to therca\ and a conmonexit *ive onrodn €rist;ns

3.Provide Internal Circulation Between Sitec
Inter.onnected parking lots between adiacen! parcels should be phased into continuous service roads (preferably to the _Temporafy rear), consistent with long range corridof plansstub roads can be provided to connect comrnercial or largescaleresidentjalprojects 1o adjacen! parcelswhen developed.

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Larse-scalercsidential srcupinss should be dircctly connected thtDughsecondarysheett to odjdce^t rcsidenrialor connetcial developments. Thi. o ows canvenient s'alking, biking ond dtiving @nnectbnsbetw.en site.oad avoids finnellng a traffic onrc notn rcade,,ats.

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Eeata.cessrcad behindAstor Squar. shouldconnectto odja.ent enreftiol porels. Co.ri se.vicercads.dn beph6ed in ds 'o6o( odjoi^ingparcdsarc deeelaped rcquireth",plan rcv@\rs

T\ o w iely sp@.dtrofrc sisndsease trclfc flov) at this busyshoppinc center

Raar seftice ftad coffiects naarby shtpping cente.s in Hyde Park, olowkg intttml cit.ulatitn nary odjocent bus;nesesand co$olidotins ex;tsot t|'o widely sp.rcedrnfrc sisnals 4

4. Screen and Reducethe Scale ofPatking Lots
to Parking should locatedto the sideor prelerably the fear be ofbrildings,so that the archtecturersfeatured,notexpanses also areasshould of asphalt.Drlve-thruwindowsand loading be sffeenedbehindbuildings.Lafgeparkingareasshouldbe with landscaping varied and dividedinto separate, smallerlots foftns. buildlng

5. Eliminate Unnecessary Asphalt
arsles, parkrngareas and Road\Mddrs, entrance drives,access to shouldbe the mrnimum necessary provide safe access. Short corner fadil and na.row drives slow traffic speeds, r€ducedevelopment costs and site runoff and allow more shouldbe Minimumparkingstandards room fltrrlandscaprng. consideredmaximum standardsunlesslarger numbefsare fully justified.

building and consttucted o row betm to heh tcteen the lat. The building is set dose to the rcadr|ay, emphasizinq the ottr@tive monument sig^ and architectLtre.

Typical Commercial lntersection Pa*ins in ftunt, mh sitehasown a.cess ndin rcad, b architecture ni,inal Md fraemented landscopinsandgeneric

Pref€rr€d Commercial Cluste. Po*ins behind buildings, shotedo.xzssto both oads, onple and nore inte/esting architectuz uniled lanscoping,

Th; ofre b'itdinc on Route 308, dlixh was conee'Ied ta ofrce f'on industri.cl use,h6 itsp$k;ng located iithe RTotra side rcad entrcnca Si$as dad parking dre ttuly acc.ssories in the site plan ond do not doninate the buildine.

Major plannng islonds with tees pr.i,ide shade on paved surfee

Pa*ias fot atta.hed rcsidentid dusters should divided be kto sna er lotsandshidded the sides rcuadbuild;^es. Thk ro or residentiol plonfeoturcs si? cenid ge"r6 ond londs.opins, parkingba andgatuges th4ftar 6hets ofttu iitu. Mile dispercing b

pdkins p@ide Buildinrs ctustured atound potkinso@ frcn the road coNienent ar'ess scre?^ aN

Larye nunicipol parking bt in the Vitlqge of Rhinebeck is we scrcenedfron the rcad with sr'eet treet low hedges and landscaping, and evenbenchzsiatonL Rowsolcarc orc separuted by lahdscaped islonds wth tees, afeins coolins shade ftt the pa*ed vehicle, and |isually 6rcoking up th. paled orcd-

Thepa.kins lotsor sorosedoors nuhi-fdmily housine shoud ftr not dominatethefiontageo/ c.nta! pottion ofthe site

Site onenities, detaih & fufliishinss also inpftve scale and chancter Wood and netdfenc8, stonewdls, low hedsesmd tre. ws help to brcak dowt scale and add chatdcrer whib defnine bundatus and ;ntpNv;ttg soeefling. Bd'nN aid m;red dac;didus @agreen plantings are not a rurd verntaular ofthe rortheast and

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PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE CIRCULATION
Almost every shoppe.must be a pedestrian first, even if it is jr:st from the parkinglot to the store. Unless a community provides an adequate sidewalk and bicyclesystem,every trip, even short ones, require a car Overdependence on automobiles leadsto traflic coflgestion, quality air problems,and an all-too-expensive spiral of road building projects. A balanced approach to transportation,featuringa compact development pattern connected by convenient bicycle and pedestrianroutes, providesalternativesto those who chooseto walk or bikefor exercise, well as as the 25-30 percent of the populatioowho cannot drrvebecause ofage, income,or disabrlity. l.Provide Community-Wide Walking and Biking Systems
The Town shouldimplenrent aplarned networkoftrails, bike rcutes, and sidewalksthat link housingconcenffarrons to parks,publicbulldlngs, stores,schools, work places and orher cornmunjtydestinations-Every publicprcject, slte plan and subdivision shoulcl reviewed6r its pedestrian b€ and bicycle potential, includingthe need fof sidewalksof bike racks. Compact and close-in residential development,instead of scatteredor strip forms, creates more walkable/blkable distances.Adjacentcommercial uses shouldalwaysbe connected sidewalks by alongrhe fiontage.
Aslcr Squore protide! excellent wdlkdy connectionsbett een the onrite businetes, but therc Me no sidewalk con the odjacent bnner.iol prcpertbs oll alans RouteL

SidewoJk@nneds outlt/ing housing an Astot Dti\,e to Vi ase of Rhinebeck cenkr This sidNalk is tao naffow to conhttably occonnodate pqstingpedestriais ol Dccdsionalbicyclists.

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Build SafeSidewalks

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Make Crosswalks Clear and Convenient

Planting strips at least 4 6 ieet wide with street trees prcvide a protectjve bufer between tramc and sidewdks in vjllage centerareas. ln outlyingcommerclal areaswalkwayscan be set back futher from the road, following natural contours, but should still have protective rees in betlveen and be careful not to block total visibility from rhe roadway. Sidewalks should be ive leet wide or more to allow t1/vo peopleto passor walk sideby side and shouldcomplywith the Americans with Disabilities Act. More dLrraoLe concree or brickpavingmaterlals preferredover asphalt. are

Crosswalks acrcss rcads or accessdrives need to be clearly marked wrth distjnctive paving or bold bar markngs to warn motodsts to slow down and watch lor pedestrlans, Crosslng distances shouldbe as short as possible-ln somecases, the sidewalk can be iared out into the parkinglane or shoulder area to shorlen the crosswalk,ofer b€tter visibility,and encourEge drivers to slow down. Short corner radii also decreasedossing distancesand h€lp slo,^/turning trafnc. Crosswalks should be frequent enough to discourage jalv/alking and make convenient connectioosbetween nearby !ses. On wide highways, refuge islandson center medians oedestr a prorected p'aceto rerLhall-wayacross Qive rdnq

Five-fpot sidewalA in the Viuage of Rhinebeck albws rcom for patsing pedestriont dnd couples or gtoups to walk together The planting strip whh steet teet and on-steet paro el porking afer a se^seof separorion and safetyfrom the rraffc. The planting sttip also provides spee ftr snot, stotoge oll the sideu,alk in the winter and preven$ direway romps fion nbins the sidewdk.

Centet rcfuse hlandt, bald a\tss.ralks. extendectsidewdks, and yield to pedesttian sisrc dte crorsins rfiis 6l1syroad in Da bury

Alonsconmerciol frontag\ the sidawiks shouu hew;de( to d!.N1 nore pedesticnactttny, sttppins b laok in storcftont, inda,,'s, fot and zvenoutdaotdisplays st*t .afet or

Aold ffastl,olk mafiincs canbine with erte^ded sidewalhs, benchet steet beq ald hunat-scde lightine f*ures b. ct eate 6 confottable p.desttidp envircnn.nt 1t Mt- Kisca. Extending s lewdks into the par,.ing lane dt c'llswdltJ lnorrerr .,lJssirs distancet slow a.afrc spe.tk, ptoeides bet@r ped8d itn visibiliry, shelte^ patted cars fnn passing vehida ond leveatt i eeal grking to.i dose b ift$ections.

SIGNS
An integral component of attractive stte design is the manner in which a business identified. The is sign itself, its relationship to the business it represents and its compatabilit/ with adjacent businesses sitesare key factorsin establishing or an identity for a business. ln the Jdwn of Rhinebeck, the rural characterof the commericaldistrictsprovidesthe opportunity to create attractive settings for signs which may includeberms, plantings,rocks and sculptureand enables signage in those districts to be of a moderatesize,mounted closeto eye level,and of materials and colors which reflect the historic natureofthe town. l. The business district ofthe hamlet of Rhinecliff requiresspecial smallscalesignage, with provisions for wallmounted signs which allow for uninte.ruptedviews to the river and to the nearby residential district. 2. Signsin the Cateway district must be designed so that it is not only a welcomeintroductionto the activitieswithin the district but sets the scenefor the historicnatureofthe villagebeyond. 3. In general,wall signsshould complementthe architectureof the buildingson which they are mounted, while free-standing signs should be integ.atedioto the landscape, ,{. When buildingsare locatedcloseto the road, freestandingsigns are not necessary;attractive buildings their own signs. are 5. Monument signsintegratewith the su.rounding landscape more successfully than pole srgns. 6. White or light coloredcopy on a blackor dark backroundis generallyeasierto read and visually more appealing than color copy on a white or light colored backround
A standordcorpora? lago signcdn easilt conpb with the bcal standalds ifextqnoly i uninated afld rcndered wood. in

Anothe. ubiquitous loeq agoin endeled in wood and of a ede suited to ttu b.al ewnonnznL

Thit tienus€s beorqead drouelDutthe a butin'lel eft{,hictnoterids. A bdd ald ffiiqueer hdpsit stundoutv;&outbeiry sa/'$.

The contextof the Vi ageis ,espected thk reeatonding sign, by whilethelieely gfaphid suegast pu.pose theb siness. the of

A norument sign, complete with stone wdl and fow.rt ma*s this oooulor locd destinatbn-

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Thisfree4tandins\rood siennakes itsprcsence knovn though the us. ofon inturcsting shape, sbnnscttu dndincised, sildedletteins.

Atbtha nemoftble ,oodtide ttgn tlhbh he.o,nes por? of tte sraphicapragrtm ofth. b@i.esr, h.e a phrta.sraphb rtudi.t

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BUILDING DESICN CRITE RIA
The standards listedbeloware intended establish to an appropriate contextual character for all new commercial,industrial,and multifamily residential developrnent within the Town of Rhinebeck, including modification and/or expansion existrng of buildingsand uses. It should be noted thai the creatron an arlrficral of hrslorrcal rs character not desired: Rhinebeck hasa genuineand rich already history of its own, and new buildingsare simply expected .espectand complement to that tradltion. However since everyapplicant equally not is versed in the localarchitectural vernaculatthesestandards spellout some of the basiccharacte.rstics the of community. The applicant will be expectedduringthe Planning Board'ssite plan review and approvalprocessto demonstrate the appropriateness the specinc of designand materialelementsselected conform to guideInes. to thesedesign l. Building Form and Massing:
Two story buildings are preferred, wlrh one story wings if i€quired. Building (strcet)t'acade lengthalongp.incipal should not exceed60 feet withost a change1nplaneofthe facaile and iDof To satisf,/this rcquirement,the lacademay be interrupted porches,recessed with other elements,such as prbjectrng wings, etc. Vernacularbdldrng forms that accommodatelarger greenhouses, buildingvolumes include barnsandlarm clusters, and wings linkedby a cenfal block or tower

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Thi fom compl,.r includes sohbd dnd ednbret rcafs, toofop ventiloto\, ond t o silos.

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Theseinte ocking gabled bans featurc brccketed etes dmrctiee quanefoils ond a cupolo. ll

The sane btns fian daother a^gle display o sh.d toofed oddttian to a gabled stucturc, with nore shedsand gambrck berond.

2. RoofShape:
Principal(main)foof! shouldhavea pitch dependent the on type of .oof used, as appropdatelor the local clirnate. Appfopdateprincipal roof types include: t Cable: min. 6112 a Hip: min. 5:12 I Cambrel: l2- 8:12upper 3: slopei l8:1220:12 lowerslope a Mansard:slopes nlm protruding in eaves rldge, to max.offset 2'in. max. 8'height La€e4 more complex buildingsmay requhe combinations with secondary rcoftypes. Flat.oofs a.e acceptable where they are not visiblefr.omany public flght of way or where they are completelyscreened other buildinglorms which by are rnaccordance with the pfovisions above. Secondary roof types Include smalleror lower versionsof the roof types aboveas well as shedroofadditions. Shedroofsshouldhave a minimumpitch of 3:12, and shouldbe used only jn conjunction with the other types listed above. Roof mountedskylights acceptable are ifnotvisiblefrom the public right of-way.

T@ intefsecting gables roaftllis simple ttr,tture.

The nanso incoryorotes goble and nonsard dorners plus a cupala.

Th;s hipped roof buidine featrres hipped domerc 6 |9ell, with a tw story pofch-

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3. Roof Featuresl
Featuressuch as a cupola (windowedor louvered),belfly, \ enLi alor,lowero- s'niar 9t'LcLUre occupy nd\i'rLur') can a of I 0% of the roof area, where such featurc is an Hstorically hip accurate architectural element. Dormersmay take gable, or shed form, should consist primarily of windows, and clmllativeiy not exceed I/3 of the overall foof lengrh. if Cornices, brackets, and overhanging eavesare encouraged appropriate the style ol the proposed to design-

Roof Materials: Where vjsible, roofs should be covered in shingle (slat€, wood, asphalt/fiberglass) metal (standing seam), as or appropriate the design to and characterof the building.

Anea y chu/ch boas.to bvrersunountedbya stek of.upolafttm.

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A be$y topsthk fomer school-hous

LDcol schoolroof includesattic ventilaton.

A Grcek Revivd ti aee church incoryorctes a turreted to\ter

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4. Facade Materials:
Acceptable materials includefieldstone, brick (jn a radltlonal palateof localvernac ularcolors),stucco,wood clapboard, or verticalboardandbatten,with appropr;ate wood trin, alone or in harmonious combinatron with eacholher Meral siding may be consideredif the result will ciosely resemblea traditional board and batten appearance. No vinyl or aluminumsidingshouldbe used unlessin combination witl-l wood tdm. Actualsamples must be ofallproposedn-raterials pr€sented the Plannjng to Boardlor fi nal approval.

Colorsl Shouldbe appropriate the local vernacularfor florthern to clinrates. Carishorfruorescent colorsare not acceptable.

4a.ot b toloaiol hone ;s . tod ;n J;eldstone and.lopbootd.

Anothe/ famar schoolhaTe hos hood ond batten sidi,g

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5, Windows:
Shape, size,and details shouldbe apprcpriate the building to design, with proportions rnore vertical than horizontalMultiple panes divided by muntins are encouraged,in accofdance with the style of the building (smallpanesfor colonial, large panes for Vctorian, etc.). Clear glass is preferr€dt smokedor reflectiveglass not pernritted. is

6. Doors:
panel, vertical tongue in g.oove board Raisedor recessed style, or glazed, with size, proportion and detail apFopriate to the character olthe building.

A tadltional born doot slidesopen to reveal a pab af Frcnch doors at the entance to this ban adaptedfot rcus, os an antiques shap.

Diamond pane.o\ene t wind'ws andftet*prk tin conplement thb Vbtoriansttle buildins.

Morc comice elabofttian ahove ,inple doulb hung indows mwn this Queen Anne stylestructure.

Thi, pdneled door, enhanc.d hy windo

, and decotatire sidelights, sets a ttdition4l and gracious tone at the entrulce to

hacket: and dendls line the cornice aboee ofthed head 2 ,rvet 2 douhle-hun{ windows.

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7. Porchesr
Stronglyencouraged, proportioned wrth postsapprcprjately to the spanand visualweight tney carry (the talterthe porch o. wider the span,the thickerthe post or columnshouldbe).

Attached to the bu;lding, nrade of canvas or other woven mateflal, and appropflate in color and scaleto the buildingand sur.oundings

Stockedparches enhance thisfne coloniai erc buildks

A single ttory wrap orcund porch complements this nonsorded Victotian

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A low-hippedporch vl/aps the centd block of this lgth @tuty hone.

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LANDSCAPE DESICN CRITERIA
Landscaping, buffering, and site treatment The natural features of a site, inc'udingexisting topography, watercourses, rock formations, hedgerows and matu.e trees should be incorporated into the site design. 'Tothis end, and as part of the Planning Board's site visit, the existing landscapewill be assessed, and design parameterssuggestedby the site's natuial features willbe identified. Consultation betweenthe Board and the applicant during the sketch plan conference and subsequent meetings will facilitate application thesestandards. of
l. To preservethe visual traits of a rural sewrng,prolecrs unde€oing site plan review will b€ consideredseparately depending whether they are locatedin tie existingretail on districtssouthofthe villageand Route9 North (that is,from the villageto Weys Corner) or outsidethis zone (e.g.,Route 9C north ofthe commefcial district). A. For new prolectswithin the existingretail area defined above,where setbacks limitedand intensive are commercial development alreadyexists,street trees plantedon 30'-40' spacingand as near to tbe highway right-of-way as possible, should be used to make the transition from the rural town landscapeto the more r.rrbanfaits of the villqge via a treelinedcommercial corridor.Within a slowerspeedcontext, a closerspacing of20'-30' is more appropriate. B, Outside the retail district described above,new prclects should (i) incorporate setbacks sufrciently large to ensure preservation of e\isting woodlands and that will effectrvely screen the project from the adjacent highways, or (ii) incorporate setbacks sufncientto preserveexistingroadside meadows and fields. ln the event option (ii) is most appropriate for a given site, the prcject's buildings should be scrEenedfiom view by the use of evergreen and hardwood trees set closeto the structures.

The prcservarion an exitting woodedbufet screes this lieht of industtidloa* flom thetudd.

A line of marurestreetheesd.fn the edceof the road, n@*inc ' to thetoEttion fitn rud landtcape tilose center

prcseftation ofatl open neadow at thefiont of a sitecontinues the bcal rurdl trddition while ollo dny pernitted use to occur 'i4q behind the s$eenof eesbeyond.

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2. Where butrers are designedwith berms, the berms shall emulate.atural land forms of local ierm;n, and shallbe as wide as the mature branch spreadof the tree speciesplanted

5. Flower beds,walkway pavers,pedestrian height site lights along walks, bencl,es, use of natural or Fadjtional materials such as grass, gravel, brjck, stone and wood all add color, texture and chamcter to newly developed sites. However these materials must be used with sensitivrty appropriate to th€ site and situatron

Thi, landIcopad betn hdps sctee^ tt& pd.kins bt b.hind n.

3, Tiailsshouldbe designed follow tie naturaltefrain ofa to prbpeft€s. site, linkingup with similarfeatufesof adjoining

pnpe@ is ptovidedvisualsepo.atbnby a screen Theneighboring A. The useofnative plantmaterialisstfonglyfecommended as a meansto reduce malntenance and create plantings that willblendwith the rural landscape ofthe'Town3openspaces. Where streettrees are used,nativeand sall tolerantspecies shouldbe selected.

B. reduce the likelihoodof damage to plant material adiacentto highways,planl material should be protected againstthe reach of highway hazards.Setbacks, naturally scaled berms, archrtecturally compatible fencing, and appropriatespeciesselecdoncan all be used to achieve

Trcib shorld rc.pect.ritting

tees rdther thdn dispktai.g,hem.

4, The landscapingof a site must lessenthe negatrveirnpact ofa prolectupon its neighbors either blending with the by in pr?vaillng scale,appearance and use of its neighborc, by or effectively sc.eeo;ogit from its neighbors. Ideally the landscaping should seento corrplementandenhance, be not srmply rcmedy or screen unappealing buildings.Effect|e bufers include the use of plant material, natural appearing topographical features, ftncing, or a combination of the three. The integration ot attractive landscaping and architecturewith neighboringsites is preGrfed, and the prcseruation aod use of characteristic stone walls to mark and bordera siteis stronglyencouraged.

t8

Eeological eoneiderations
6. Landscaped islands within paved areas must hav€ suficient unpaved surface arca to both insure healthy root development and prevent mechanicalinjury from snow removal and other maintenance operations. Parking lot islandsshould be at least 6 feet in width, and the plant material Lrsedshould be compatlble with the growing conditions otreredby the islands. E. The naiural features of a site, includingtopographical variations, natural watercources, rock formations, and mature hardwood and evergreen trees should be incorpo.ated into the sitedesign. properdes 9. Sites found to possess significantecological groundwaterrechalgezones,et al, whose suchas aquifers, degradationwould negativelyellect adjoiningprcperties, should be developedin a manner which will efectively pfeventthe posslbility ofsuch degradation.

Drcinose rhk condoniniumconplexfeedsa pond ftmins an fu otttactiye feodire ofthe siteas i)el as a rcfuge wotefo\rl. for

Drainage
This we -d.sienedpa*ine tot fdtur.! hldnd' with rlea tD brqk up the expanse asphaltand prcvidewelconeshade vehiclesof for 7. Screening serviceyards,reluse containers, and othef of places that tend to be unsightly by shallbe accompllshed use of walls, fencing,plantingof combinations ofthese, with all such enclosures being compatiblern material,texture and colorwith the pr;ficrpal buildrdg orbuildingson the site. 10, The designof dralnagefeaturessuch as catch basins, swales, and collectionpondsshallbe treatedas elementsof plan the site's landscape and modeled upon the charactensncs of naturallyoccufringponds and streamsitrund throughout the town. Native plant material suited to pond and stream ba.k envlftrnments shallbeusedto controlercson.

l9

LICHTING DESIGN CRITERIA
The "Idwn of Rhinebeck has developedoutdoor lQhting standards the following for reasons: a Glare
Poodydesigned installedlightingcan causea greatamount of or g{are $fii?h canse}eret hamperdre visionofpedestrians, cychsts and drir€rs, creatinga hazad rad€r dran increadngsafetla 4. Maximum permitted height lof lightine standads;s fifleen (i5) feet. 5. Prohibited light sources: a) Mercury vapor and Quar? halogen larnps b) Lasersourcelight - the useoflasersourcelight or any similar high intensity light for outdoor adve.tising, when projected above tbe horjzontal, is not permitted c) Searchlightsthe operation ofsearchlights for advertising is not permitted; 6. Color: White metal halideprefefled in pedestrian areas, high pressurE sodiumacceptable alongoutlyinghighways. Z. Outdoo. signs:Outdoor iight fixturas usedto illuminate an outdoor sign shal{ be moudt€d on the top of the sign

+ Light Tiecpass
Poor outdoor lighting shines directly inro neighboring proF€rties and into bedroom windows, reducing privacy, interfering with sleep and creating an unattractive appearancefor the area.

t Energy Waete
Much ofour outdoorllghtingwastesene€y because is not it _fhis welldesigned. waste resultsin highop€rating costsand pollutionfaom the extra power generation increased needs. Over a billion dollarsa year is wasted in the United States lightingup the sky at night.

8. Exemptions:Fossiltuel light - All outdoor lighr fixtures producing light directly by the comblstion ofnatlral gas,oil or othei 6ssil fuels are exempt from all reqlirementslisted

i Skyglow A large &action ofpoor lighting shines upwards, creating the skyglow that washes our view of the starrynightsky, out damaging importantnaturalresource. an

9. Special PermitrAlternativeoutdoor light fixtures may be allowed by specialpermrt if it can be demonslrated thatr (a) the fixture's design and appearance a"e superior, (b) significantlight pollutronwill not b€ c.eated, and (c) light trespass glareare minimal. and

Standards The lbwn of Rhinebeckhas adopted the following guidelines all new outdoor lightingrequi.ingsite for pranapprovar : |. The use tullyshielded of lighting fixrufes control that the
light output in order to keep the light in the lntended area. Fully shieldedmeansthat all light is projecteddownward. Low intensitylight sources emirting1800lumensor less,and spot or flood lightsemitting 900 lumensor lessare exempt frcm the tully shielded requhement.ffherefore, a 75 watt incandescent flood light, for example, is exempt from the shieldingrequirements.) 2. Lighting ixtures shall be ;nstaliedto maximize tieir effectiveness on the targeted plperty, and minimize their adverse impact beyondlhe propertybordeN 3. Lighting fixtures shall p.ovide adequare lighting lor the intended task, but not over light- The llluminaring Engineering Society of North America (leSNA) has psrab|shed recommended hghting levets \arious pLrrposes me nighttin2 ;Iuninatbn at th;s se^'ice stution is .eesred in the for canow dM dire.ted down, yotidins a we -lit orea while which should be refe.enced fbr guidance: nhhnizine gla,"eb, psias
n oraris5 n d r,cighbors

Examplee The illustrations of acceptable and unacceptableLghting on the following page should help applicants comply with these outdoor lightlngrequirements:

20

LI G HT I NG F I X T U R E S
U n a cce p tab le A c ceptabl e

M o d if ic a t io n s
Unacceptable AcceptaSle

Tap-tuo!nted billbootdloodtiehts Gotefuttt facu*d anto bi boatd)

(hore than IE00 tunenc)

Postatyl. lanp (lanp setin apoquetap)

Ared faad lisht with haad

2l

Related Interests

, and decotatire sidelights, sets a ttdition4l and gracious tone at the entrulce to

hacket: and dendls line the cornice aboee ofthed head 2 ,rvet 2 douhle-hun{ windows.

l5

7. Porchesr
Stronglyencouraged, proportioned wrth postsapprcprjately to the spanand visualweight tney carry (the talterthe porch o. wider the span,the thickerthe post or columnshouldbe).

Attached to the bu;lding, nrade of canvas or other woven mateflal, and appropflate in color and scaleto the buildingand sur.oundings

Stockedparches enhance thisfne coloniai erc buildks

A single ttory wrap orcund porch complements this nonsorded Victotian

I i
A low-hippedporch vl/aps the centd block of this lgth @tuty hone.

t6

LANDSCAPE DESICN CRITERIA
Landscaping, buffering, and site treatment The natural features of a site, inc'udingexisting topography, watercourses, rock formations, hedgerows and matu.e trees should be incorporated into the site design. 'Tothis end, and as part of the Planning Board's site visit, the existing landscapewill be assessed, and design parameterssuggestedby the site's natuial features willbe identified. Consultation betweenthe Board and the applicant during the sketch plan conference and subsequent meetings will facilitate application thesestandards. of
l. To preservethe visual traits of a rural sewrng,prolecrs unde€oing site plan review will b€ consideredseparately depending whether they are locatedin tie existingretail on districtssouthofthe villageand Route9 North (that is,from the villageto Weys Corner) or outsidethis zone (e.g.,Route 9C north ofthe commefcial district). A. For new prolectswithin the existingretail area defined above,where setbacks limitedand intensive are commercial development alreadyexists,street trees plantedon 30'-40' spacingand as near to tbe highway right-of-way as possible, should be used to make the transition from the rural town landscapeto the more r.rrbanfaits of the villqge via a treelinedcommercial corridor.Within a slowerspeedcontext, a closerspacing of20'-30' is more appropriate. B, Outside the retail district described above,new prclects should (i) incorporate setbacks sufrciently large to ensure preservation of e\isting woodlands and that will effectrvely screen the project from the adjacent highways, or (ii) incorporate setbacks sufncientto preserveexistingroadside meadows and fields. ln the event option (ii) is most appropriate for a given site, the prcject's buildings should be scrEenedfiom view by the use of evergreen and hardwood trees set closeto the structures.

The prcservarion an exitting woodedbufet screes this lieht of industtidloa* flom thetudd.

A line of marurestreetheesd.fn the edceof the road, n@*inc ' to thetoEttion fitn rud landtcape tilose center

prcseftation ofatl open neadow at thefiont of a sitecontinues the bcal rurdl trddition while ollo dny pernitted use to occur 'i4q behind the s$eenof eesbeyond.

17

2. Where butrers are designedwith berms, the berms shall emulate.atural land forms of local ierm;n, and shallbe as wide as the mature branch spreadof the tree speciesplanted

5. Flower beds,walkway pavers,pedestrian height site lights along walks, bencl,es, use of natural or Fadjtional materials such as grass, gravel, brjck, stone and wood all add color, texture and chamcter to newly developed sites. However these materials must be used with sensitivrty appropriate to th€ site and situatron

Thi, landIcopad betn hdps sctee^ tt& pd.kins bt b.hind n.

3, Tiailsshouldbe designed follow tie naturaltefrain ofa to prbpeft€s. site, linkingup with similarfeatufesof adjoining

pnpe@ is ptovidedvisualsepo.atbnby a screen Theneighboring A. The useofnative plantmaterialisstfonglyfecommended as a meansto reduce malntenance and create plantings that willblendwith the rural landscape ofthe'Town3openspaces. Where streettrees are used,nativeand sall tolerantspecies shouldbe selected.

B. reduce the likelihoodof damage to plant material adiacentto highways,planl material should be protected againstthe reach of highway hazards.Setbacks, naturally scaled berms, archrtecturally compatible fencing, and appropriatespeciesselecdoncan all be used to achieve

Trcib shorld rc.pect.ritting

tees rdther thdn dispktai.g,hem.

4, The landscapingof a site must lessenthe negatrveirnpact ofa prolectupon its neighbors either blending with the by in pr?vaillng scale,appearance and use of its neighborc, by or effectively sc.eeo;ogit from its neighbors. Ideally the landscaping should seento corrplementandenhance, be not srmply rcmedy or screen unappealing buildings.Effect|e bufers include the use of plant material, natural appearing topographical features, ftncing, or a combination of the three. The integration ot attractive landscaping and architecturewith neighboringsites is preGrfed, and the prcseruation aod use of characteristic stone walls to mark and bordera siteis stronglyencouraged.

t8

Eeological eoneiderations
6. Landscaped islands within paved areas must hav€ suficient unpaved surface arca to both insure healthy root development and prevent mechanicalinjury from snow removal and other maintenance operations. Parking lot islandsshould be at least 6 feet in width, and the plant material Lrsedshould be compatlble with the growing conditions otreredby the islands. E. The naiural features of a site, includingtopographical variations, natural watercources, rock formations, and mature hardwood and evergreen trees should be incorpo.ated into the sitedesign. properdes 9. Sites found to possess significantecological groundwaterrechalgezones,et al, whose suchas aquifers, degradationwould negativelyellect adjoiningprcperties, should be developedin a manner which will efectively pfeventthe posslbility ofsuch degradation.

Drcinose rhk condoniniumconplexfeedsa pond ftmins an fu otttactiye feodire ofthe siteas i)el as a rcfuge wotefo\rl. for

Drainage
This we -d.sienedpa*ine tot fdtur.! hldnd' with rlea tD brqk up the expanse asphaltand prcvidewelconeshade vehiclesof for 7. Screening serviceyards,reluse containers, and othef of places that tend to be unsightly by shallbe accompllshed use of walls, fencing,plantingof combinations ofthese, with all such enclosures being compatiblern material,texture and colorwith the pr;ficrpal buildrdg orbuildingson the site. 10, The designof dralnagefeaturessuch as catch basins, swales, and collectionpondsshallbe treatedas elementsof plan the site's landscape and modeled upon the charactensncs of naturallyoccufringponds and streamsitrund throughout the town. Native plant material suited to pond and stream ba.k envlftrnments shallbeusedto controlercson.

l9

LICHTING DESIGN CRITERIA
The "Idwn of Rhinebeck has developedoutdoor lQhting standards the following for reasons: a Glare
Poodydesigned installedlightingcan causea greatamount of or g{are $fii?h canse}eret hamperdre visionofpedestrians, cychsts and drir€rs, creatinga hazad rad€r dran increadngsafetla 4. Maximum permitted height lof lightine standads;s fifleen (i5) feet. 5. Prohibited light sources: a) Mercury vapor and Quar? halogen larnps b) Lasersourcelight - the useoflasersourcelight or any similar high intensity light for outdoor adve.tising, when projected above tbe horjzontal, is not permitted c) Searchlightsthe operation ofsearchlights for advertising is not permitted; 6. Color: White metal halideprefefled in pedestrian areas, high pressurE sodiumacceptable alongoutlyinghighways. Z. Outdoo. signs:Outdoor iight fixturas usedto illuminate an outdoor sign shal{ be moudt€d on the top of the sign

+ Light Tiecpass
Poor outdoor lighting shines directly inro neighboring proF€rties and into bedroom windows, reducing privacy, interfering with sleep and creating an unattractive appearancefor the area.

t Energy Waete
Much ofour outdoorllghtingwastesene€y because is not it _fhis welldesigned. waste resultsin highop€rating costsand pollutionfaom the extra power generation increased needs. Over a billion dollarsa year is wasted in the United States lightingup the sky at night.

8. Exemptions:Fossiltuel light - All outdoor lighr fixtures producing light directly by the comblstion ofnatlral gas,oil or othei 6ssil fuels are exempt from all reqlirementslisted

i Skyglow A large &action ofpoor lighting shines upwards, creating the skyglow that washes our view of the starrynightsky, out damaging importantnaturalresource. an

9. Special PermitrAlternativeoutdoor light fixtures may be allowed by specialpermrt if it can be demonslrated thatr (a) the fixture's design and appearance a"e superior, (b) significantlight pollutronwill not b€ c.eated, and (c) light trespass glareare minimal. and

Standards The lbwn of Rhinebeckhas adopted the following guidelines all new outdoor lightingrequi.ingsite for pranapprovar : |. The use tullyshielded of lighting fixrufes control that the
light output in order to keep the light in the lntended area. Fully shieldedmeansthat all light is projecteddownward. Low intensitylight sources emirting1800lumensor less,and spot or flood lightsemitting 900 lumensor lessare exempt frcm the tully shielded requhement.ffherefore, a 75 watt incandescent flood light, for example, is exempt from the shieldingrequirements.) 2. Lighting ixtures shall be ;nstaliedto maximize tieir effectiveness on the targeted plperty, and minimize their adverse impact beyondlhe propertybordeN 3. Lighting fixtures shall p.ovide adequare lighting lor the intended task, but not over light- The llluminaring Engineering Society of North America (leSNA) has psrab|shed recommended hghting levets \arious pLrrposes me nighttin2 ;Iuninatbn at th;s se^'ice stution is .eesred in the for canow dM dire.ted down, yotidins a we -lit orea while which should be refe.enced fbr guidance: nhhnizine gla,"eb, psias
n oraris5 n d r,cighbors

Examplee The illustrations of acceptable and unacceptableLghting on the following page should help applicants comply with these outdoor lightlngrequirements:

20

LI G HT I NG F I X T U R E S
U n a cce p tab le A c ceptabl e

M o d if ic a t io n s
Unacceptable AcceptaSle

Tap-tuo!nted billbootdloodtiehts Gotefuttt facu*d anto bi boatd)

(hore than IE00 tunenc)

Postatyl. lanp (lanp setin apoquetap)

Ared faad lisht with haad

2l

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