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Subdivision Application


APPLICATION TO AMEND AN EXISTING SUBDIVISION FINAL PLAT PHASE

MINOR SUBDIVISION
A Minor Subdivision is a division of land into no more than nine lots. A minor subdivision shall not: include the construction of new infrastructure; be a part or a phase of a larger subdivision; be allowed further division of land by way of minor subdivision within three years of approval, further division within three years shall be accomplished through the standard subdivision process and shall include all land divided from the parcel in the last three years; and include commercial or industrial uses. Minor Subdivisions may only be located along improved County Roads with all of the necessary utilities already available. Additional information about Minor Subdivisions can be found here.

NATURAL RESOURCE EXTRACTION SUBDIVISION
A Natural Resource Extraction Subdivision Application simplifies the process of splitting land for uses related to natural resource extraction. This type of subdivision only requires a single application, which outlines the requirements necessary for approval. Natural Resource Extraction Subdivisions do not require the standard improvements that are needed for most other subdivision types, but this type of subdivision does require a 50' right-of-way to be dedicated for access to the lot. The lot does not need to have frontage on a County Road. Natural Resource Extraction Subdivisions may only be used in the MG-1, RFM, and A-4 zoning districts. Additional information regarding Natural Resource Extraction Subdivisions can be found here.

STANDARD SUBDIVISION
The Standard Subdivision was created as a basic template for development. It is allowed in all zones, and requires developers to follow County standards for construction and any other necessary improvements. Standard Subdivisions must follow the 3 phase application process below. Additional information, including general requirements for Standard Subdivisions can be found here.

PUD SUBDIVISION
The Planned Unit Development (PUD) subdivision option is provided to encourage flexibility and creativity in subdivision design and layout. PUDs may be allowed in the following zones: RA-1, R-1, R-2, R-3, C-1, and C-2. Lot sizes are determined by meeting certain criteria which are established here in County Code. PUDs also allow for alternatives to standard sidewalk/drainage systems. Planned open space is encouraged in the development of a PUD. Additionally, this type of subdivision must be served by public water and sewer. The 3 phase application process for Planned Unit Developments is listed below.

CLUSTER SUBDIVISION
The Cluster Subdivision option is provided to allow developers to reduce minimum lot size requirements in exchange for increased open space. It is recommended that the open space constitute 50% of the entire subdivision site, and all lots must either have direct access or trail/sidewalk access to the open space. Cluster Subdivisions must follow the 3 phase application process listed below. Specific requirements and additional information can be found here in County Code.

SEASONAL SUBDIVISION
The Seasonal Subdivision option is provided to facilitate the development of properties with limited seasonal access from a Class B County Road within the MG-1 and/or RFM zones. Measures may be taken to eliminate the need to install certain improvements. More information about Seasonal Subdivisions can be found here. 

SUBDIVISION APPLICATIONS-  These applications are for all Standard, PUD, Cluster, and Seasonal Subdivisions.

      1.  PRELIMINARY PLAT APPLICATION
      2.  DESIGN AND ENGINEERING APPLICATION
      3.  FINAL PLAT APPLICATION