Subdivision regulations set standards for streets, drainage ways, sewage disposal, water systems, and other aspects of public welfare.
Subdivision regulations are needed to protect communities and ensure building lots provide a wholesome living environment for future residents. These regulations ensure adequate lot size, public access, and the availability of public services to each lot created. They also help to conserve natural, scenic, historic, and recreational areas.
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- Table of Contents.pdf
- Chapter 1 - Title, Purpose, Authority, Jurisdiction, Applicability and Exemptions.pdf
- Chapter 2 - Interpretation and Construction.pdf
- Chapter 3 - Administration and Enforcement.pdf
- Chapter 4 - Procedure for Approval of Subdivision Development Plans, Preliminary Plats, Final Plats and Master Drainage Plans.pdf
- Chapter 5 - Contents of Subdivision Development Plans, Preliminary Plats, Final Plats and Drainage Plans.pdf
- Chapter 6 - Minimum Design Standards.pdf
- Chapter 7 - Procedures for Approval of Lot Splits.pdf
- Chapter 8 - Improvement Procedures and Requirements.pdf
- Chapter 9 - Appeals, Waivers and Variances.pdf
- Chapter 10 - Definitions.pdf
- Chapter 11 - Amendments and Review.pdf
- Chapter 12 - Severability and Effective Date.pdf
- Appendix A.pdf