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Subdivision Review Process – Detailed step by step explanation of how a proposed residential subdivision, including single family, zero lot line and townhouse lots, is submitted to the County for review.
Preliminary Plan Application – An optional Preliminary submittal is designed to provide the applicant big picture review comments from all review agencies. The more detailed the plan, the more detailed the review comments. There is no submittal fee.
Conditional Subdivision Application – Initial submission for Planning Commission approval of a Conditional Subdivision plan. For 50 lots or less, the filing of a Conditional Subdivision is optional, per state law.
Pre-Final Subdivision Application – Once Conditional subdivision approval has been granted, site construction plans may be submitted for initial review (pre-final), with no application fee or plat required, before applying for Final Subdivision approval. This process is not available for sites that forgo the conditional subdivision process.
Final Subdivision Application – Once Conditional Subdivision approval has been granted, Final Subdivision approval is required. If 50 lots are less are proposed, then this may be the initial step in the Subdivision process. The submittal includes the engineered site construction plan and the plat.
Subdivision – Plans for Signature – Final Construction Plans – Engineered site construction plans are submitted for review after staff approval of a Final Subdivision has been granted.
Clearing and Grubbing Plan Application – This partial permit enables the developer to begin initial site work on a limited scope as defined with the application prior to approval of the full site plan for a property.
Subdivision Plat Miscellaneous Application – This provides the requirements for the submittal and review of subdivision plats and covenants.
Landscape, Lighting and Fence Plan Application – Landscaping and lighting plan review is an aspect of the overall review of a subdivision. Fencing could also be an aspect in need of review including requests for alternative fence heights as allowed in the zoning ordinance.
Easement Plat Application – County public easements required per the review of the civil/construction plans must be submitted for review prior to recordation of the easement, if recorded separately from the plat.
Easement Vacation and Quitclaim Application – Requests for easements or rights-of-way to be vacated or quitclaimed in conjunction with a subdivision development application.
Special Limited Power of Attorney Form– Used when the owner of the property will be represented in this matter by another individual.