Chapter 29.17
SHORT SUBDIVISION AND LARGE LOT DIVISION PROCESS

Sections:

29.17.100    Application review and analysis.

29.17.200    Administrator’s action.

29.17.300    Appeals.

SOURCE:    ADOPTED:

Ord. 594    05/21/96

AMENDED SOURCE:    ADOPTED:

Ord. 631    02/03/98

29.17.100 Application review and analysis.

Review requirements for a short subdivision or large lot division shall comply with Chapter 26.10 CCC.

29.17.200 Administrator’s action.

The Administrator shall compile the recommendations of the Department of Community Development, the County Roads Department, and other interested departments and agencies, and review the findings of the environmental impact evaluation, if applicable. The Administrator shall take action on all preliminary short subdivisions or large lot divisions, except for those applications which also propose planned unit developments, within forty-five (45) days following the filing of a complete application or such additional period as the land divider may authorize, not to exceed 180 days.

Based on review of the information presented, the Administrator shall determine if the proposed preliminary short division or large lot subdivision is consistent with Chapter 29.10 CCC and shall take one of the following actions:

(1) If the Administrator finds that the preliminary short subdivision or large lot subdivision complies with the criteria for approval as specified in Chapter 29.10 CCC, the Administrator shall approve the preliminary short subdivision or large lot subdivision and attach such necessary conditions to ensure compliance with standards of this title. Recommendations of approval may include reasonable conditions necessary to further the public health, safety and welfare, use and interest.

(2) If the Administrator finds that the preliminary short subdivision or large lot division does not comply with the criteria for approval as specified in Chapter 29.10 CCC, the Administrator shall deny the preliminary short subdivision or large lot division.

(3) The Administrator’s recommendation shall be based on findings of fact and conclusions of law. Said recommendation shall be based upon and shall reference the requirements of adopted County ordinances or State law. The action of the Administrator on a preliminary short subdivision or large lot division is final unless appealed.

29.17.300 Appeals.

Any appeal of the Administrator’s decision shall comply with the appeal process specified in Chapter 26.10 CCC.