Subdivision: Special Option
What is the special subdivision option?
Where not more than five (5) lots or parcels will result after the subdivision is complete. Lots created in a Special Subdivision must meet the minimum residential density requirements for the applicable zoning district or each lot created must have a minimum lot size of at least one-half (1/2) acre in size, whichever is less.
do I request special subdivision?
- Subdivision Application
- Final Plat (which meets the requirements of ) prepared by a registered land surveyor (one (1) mylar and one (1) blue line copy). The Final Plat must contain the Certificate of Understanding for Special Subdivisions.
- Fee (See Fee Schedule)
Complete application(s), form(s) and plan(s) which meet the requirements of higher approving authority (Technical Review Committee (TRC) or Planning Board)) who may sign off on the final plat. The signed plat must then be recorded at the Register of Deeds Office.
Can I use the special subdivision procedure a second time?
No more than five (5) lots within a five (5) year period shall be allowed within the boundaries of the tract that was the subject of the original special subdivision application. The special subdivision procedure may not be used in conjunction with an application for a minor subdivision or major subdivision.