Division 6. Building and Construction

Chapter 21.60
SUBDIVISION DESIGN

Sections:

21.60.010    Title.

21.60.020    Authority.

21.60.030    Purpose.

21.60.040    General provisions.

21.60.050    Lot standards.

21.60.060    Exceptions to lot standards.

21.60.070    Easements.

21.60.080    Water supply.

21.60.090    Sewage disposal.

21.60.100    Storm drainage.

21.60.110    Watercourses.

21.60.120    Underground utilities.

21.60.130    Water and sewer standards.

21.60.140    Street standards.

21.60.150    Street right-of-way and pavement widths.

21.60.160    Street lights.

21.60.170    Monuments.

21.60.180    On-site recreation and trail corridors.

21.60.190    Tree preservation and protection.

21.60.200    Public accessways.

21.60.210    Clearing and grading.

21.60.220    Improvements – Completion or guarantee.

21.60.230    Improvements – Security for performance and warranty.

21.60.240    Improvements – Construction.

21.60.250    Survey required.

21.60.260    Repealed.

21.60.270    Repealed.

21.60.280    Repealed.

21.60.290    Repealed.

21.60.300    Repealed.

21.60.010 Title.

This chapter shall be known as the City of Woodinville subdivision code, hereafter referred to as “this chapter.” (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.020 Authority.

This chapter is adopted by City of Woodinville Ordinance No. 175, pursuant to Chapter 58.17 RCW. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.030 Purpose.

(1) The purpose of this chapter is to identify processes to accomplish the orderly development of land within the City, and to provide for the expeditious review and approval of proposed land divisions which comply with this section, other City land use regulations and standards, and Chapter 58.17 RCW, Plats – Subdivisions – Dedications.

(2) The purpose of this chapter is to set forth the criteria, standards and requirements for the review and approval of subdivision and short subdivision.

(3) The intent of this chapter is to provide criteria, regulations and standards to govern the subdividing of land within the City and to:

(a) Promote the public health, safety and general welfare in accordance with standards established by the State and the City;

(b) Promote effective use of land by preventing the overcrowding or scattered development which would injure health, safety or the general welfare due to the lack of water supplies, sanitary sewer, drainage, transportation or other public services, or excessive expenditure of public funds for such services;

(c) Avoid congestion and promote safe and convenient travel by the public on streets and highways through the coordination of streets within a subdivision with existing and planned streets;

(d) Provide for adequate light and air;

(e) Provide for water, sewage, drainage, parks, and recreational areas, sites for schools and schoolgrounds, and other public requirements;

(f) Provide for proper ingress and egress;

(g) Provide for the housing and commercial needs of the community;

(h) Require uniform monumenting of land divisions and conveyance of accurate legal descriptions;

(i) Protect environmentally sensitive areas; and

(j) Protect and preserve the community urban forest for its aesthetic, environmental and health benefits. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.040 General provisions.

(1) Applicability. All divisions or redivisions of land into lots, tracts, parcels, sites or divisions for the purpose of sale, lease or transfer of ownership shall comply with the provisions of State law and the Woodinville Municipal Code (WMC).

(2) Multiple Applications. All contiguous parcels of land, regardless of date of acquisition or location in different lots, tracts, parcels, tax lots or separate government lots, that are to be subdivided shall constitute a single subdivision or short subdivision action. Multiple applications or applications and/or exemptions shall not be utilized as a substitute for comprehensive subdividing in accordance with the requirements of this chapter.

(3) Exceptions. The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to:

(a) Cemeteries and burial plats;

(b) Divisions made by testamentary provisions, or the laws of descent;

(c) A division made under the provisions of the Horizontal Properties Regimes Act (Chapter 64.32 RCW); provided a binding site plan has been approved.

(4) Subdivisions Processed Simultaneously. Unless the applicant requests otherwise, a subdivision or short subdivision application shall be processed simultaneously with application for variances, conditional uses, street vacations, and similar quasi-judicial or administrative actions to the extent that procedural requirements applicable to these actions permit simultaneous processing, and subject to WMC 21.83.020.

(5) Deviation from Requirements. Subdivision and short subdivision development requirements may be modified by the Director only upon a showing by the applicant that the criteria of WMC 21.80.280, Variance, can be complied with. Deviations shall not be allowed on the basis of economic hardship. A request by the applicant must be attached to the application and shall be processed in conjunction with the application. Action taken by an approval authority on the request shall be entered into the record.

(6) Subdivision Names. No subdivision shall be approved which bears a name using a word which is the same as, similar to or pronounced the same as a word in the name of any other subdivision in the County, except for the words “town,” “city,” “place,” “court,” “addition,” “acres,” “heights,” “villa,” or similar words, unless the land so divided is contiguous to the subdivision bearing the same name. All subdivisions shall continue the block numbers of the subdivision of the same name last filed. (Ord. 643 § 2, 2017; Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.050 Lot standards.

(1) Suitability for Intended Use. All lots shall be suitable for the general purpose for which they are intended to be used. No lot shall be of such size or design as to be detrimental to the health, safety or sanitary needs of the residents of the subdivision of such lot.

(2) Lots shall be created by following the procedures of this chapter and Chapters 21.80 through 21.89 WMC.

(3) No lot shall be established which is in violation of the Woodinville Municipal Code.

(4) Lot Shapes. Lot shapes shall be designed to avoid awkward configurations or appendages.

(5) Width – Area – Frontage. Each lot shall have sufficient width, area and frontage to comply with the minimum site requirements as set forth in Chapter 21.22 WMC, Density and Dimensions.

(6) Depth. Each lot should have an average depth between the front and rear lot lines of not less than one-foot depth for each one foot of width.

(7) Front Lot Line. For corner lots, double frontage lots, and single frontage lots, the front lot line shall be the property line(s) separating the lot from a street or vehicle access corridor.

(8) Side Lot Lines. As much as possible, where topography and natural features permit, side lot lines should run at right angles to the street upon which the lot faces, except that on curved streets they shall be radial to the curve.

(9) Building Setback Lines. Where watercourses, topography, geology and soils, vegetation, utilities, lot configuration, or other unique circumstances dictate a different building envelope than that set by Chapter 21.22 WMC, Density and Dimensions, building setback lines may be required to be shown on the final plat or short subdivision map and observed in the development of the lot.

(10) Future Subdivision of Lots. Where the subdivision or short subdivision will result in a lot one-half acre or larger in size which is likely to be further divided in the future, it may be required that the location of lot lines and other details of layout be such that future division may readily be made without violating the requirements of this section and without interfering with orderly extension and connection of adjacent streets. It is intended that the lot lines and other details of future subdivision be advisory only, and shall not be final or binding on the applicant unless he makes further application; however, any restriction of buildings within future street locations may be imposed and may require such restrictions to be set forth on the final plat or short subdivision. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.060 Exceptions to lot standards.

(1) Cluster – Zero Lot Line – Townhouse Development. The relaxation of building setbacks, lot size and lot frontage requirements as set forth in Chapter 21.22 WMC, Density and Dimensions, and WMC 21.60.050, Lot standards, may be authorized for a subdivision developed in compliance with Chapter 21.42 WMC. Such authorization shall only occur where the applicant presents a plan whereby the entire subdivision will be designed and developed with provision for proper maintenance of recreation facilities and open space which will be commonly available for use of the residents of the subdivision and which will be of such benefit to said residents as is equal to that which would be derived from observance of the size and frontage requirements otherwise specified. The relation of said requirements shall not violate the purpose and criteria set forth in WMC 21.60.030, Purpose, and 21.61.040, Preliminary subdivision and short subdivision approval criteria, respectively.

(2) Temporary Parcel. Parcels smaller than permitted by the Woodinville Municipal Code may be temporarily created if they are subsequently merged in title with an adjacent parcel to create a lot that complies with the Woodinville Municipal Code.

(3) Eminent Domain. Parcels smaller than otherwise permitted by the Woodinville Municipal Code may be created through the action of governmental agencies including the City of Woodinville by such actions as eminent domain and the splitting of a parcel by dedicated right-of-way. Wherever possible, such parcels shall be merged in title with adjacent lots to create lots in compliance with the Woodinville Municipal Code.

(4) Substandard Lots. A lot of record created prior to the effective date of the Woodinville Municipal Code that does not meet the minimum area or dimensional requirements of the land use district in which located shall be considered a conforming lot of record if the following requirements are met: there must be no adjoining lots of record of continuous boundary in the same ownership to which the substandard lot can be merged in title or with which the lot lines can be adjusted to create lots of record which would comply with the Woodinville Municipal Code.

(5) Lots for Building Pads. In industrial, business and multiple residential zones, lots with boundaries coterminous or nearly so with building walls may be created. The standards that normally would apply to such lots shall apply instead to the project tract of which such lots are a part. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.070 Easements.

(1) Public easements for the construction and maintenance of utilities and public facilities shall be granted to provide and maintain adequate utility service to each lot and adjacent lands. The widths of the public easements shall be the minimum necessary as determined by the utility, unless the Director determines a smaller or larger width is appropriate based on site conditions. Whenever possible, public easement shall be combined with driveways, pedestrian accessways and other utility easements.

(2) Private easements for the construction and maintenance of utilities within the subdivision or short subdivision shall be granted so that individual lots gain access to public facilities. The widths of the private easements shall be the minimum necessary as determined by the utility, unless the Director determines a larger width is appropriate based on the site conditions.

(3) When there is a need to use a stream for stormwater control purposes, public improvement and maintenance easements at least 20 feet wide shall be provided for storm drainage. When possible, said easements shall be located along the centerlines of such facilities. Public improvement and maintenance easements for creeks and other watercourses shall be provided and shall extend 25 feet in each direction from the waterway centerline or 10 feet from the top of a recognizable bank, whichever is greater. Such easements shall be of a width sufficient to allow both initial improvements and future maintenance operations. Larger widths may be required where necessary.

(4) Native growth and protection easements (NGPE) shall be granted as deemed appropriate by the Director where the preservation of native vegetation benefits the public health, safety and welfare, including control of surface water and erosion, maintenance or slope stability, visual and aural buffering, and protection of plant and animal habitat. The NGPE shall impose upon all present and future owners and occupiers of land subject to the easement the obligation, enforceable on behalf of the public by the City of Woodinville, to leave undisturbed all trees and other vegetation within the easement, except that are required for future construction of multi-purpose trails and Director-approved utilities. The vegetation within the easement may not be cut, pruned, covered by fill, removed, damaged or enhanced without express written permission from the City of Woodinville.

(5) Easements for utility mains or lines shall be held to prohibit the placement of any building on or over the easement, but shall not preclude landscaping of an appropriate variety as determined by the City. The City encourages the use of an easement for more than one utility or vehicle and pedestrian access, provided the Director finds the multi-use appropriate. Restoration shall be required of the site following any excavation or other disturbance permitted by the easement.

(6) Easements required by this section shall be granted by the terms and conditions of such easements being shown on the final plat or short subdivision or by separate instrument.

(7) Areas used as regional utility corridors shall be contained in tracts separate from the lots, but sharing of tracts among utilities encouraged. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.080 Water supply.

All lots shall be served by a water system approved by the City of Woodinville and the Woodinville Water District or local purveyor. Any common water system serving more than one lot shall be provided by the applicant and dedicated to the appropriate water purveyor. Water distribution systems shall be designed and constructed according to all applicable provisions of the Woodinville Municipal Code, the standards and specifications of the water purveyor and the applicable rules and regulations of the State. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.090 Sewage disposal.

All lots shall be served by the sanitary sewer system, or on-site sewage disposal system, as required by WMC 21.81.030. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.100 Storm drainage.

(1) All lots shall be provided with adequate storm drainage connected to the storm drainage system of the City or other system approved by the City.

(2) Where a public street is to be dedicated or improved by the applicant as a condition of preliminary approval, the applicant shall provide and dedicate any required storm drainage system in the street.

(3) When required in accordance with Chapter 13.05 WMC, storm drainage facilities shall include suitable on-site detention and/or retention facilities.

(4) Storm drainage shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 13.05 WMC and standards and specifications approved by the City.

(5) Easements shall be dedicated as provided in WMC 21.60.070.

(6) Maintenance of storm drainage facilities shall be assured through the creation of a homeowners association or the recording of a shared maintenance agreement, and covenants shall be provided for maintenance in accordance with Chapter 13.05 WMC. (Ord. 634 § 45, 2016; Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.110 Watercourses.

When required by the City, the developer of a subdivision shall enhance any major or minor watercourse which traverses or abuts the subdivision in accordance with the specifications and standards approved by the City. Any required watercourse easements shall be dedicated as provided in WMC 21.60.070, Easements. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.120 Underground utilities.

All new and existing permanent utility service to lots shall be provided from underground facilities as set forth in the Woodinville Municipal Code regulating underground wiring, pursuant to WMC 12.30.310 and 15.39.010. The applicant shall be responsible for complying with the requirements of this section, and shall make all necessary arrangements with the utility companies and other persons or corporations affected by installation of such underground facilities in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Public Utility Commissioner of the State of Washington. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.130 Water and sewer standards.

(1) Design Standards. All City water and sewer facilities shall be designed in compliance with the “Design Requirements Water and Sewer System Extensions” document available from the Department of Planning and Community Development or appropriate water and sewer purveyor.

(2) Construction Standards. All City water and sewer facilities shall be constructed in compliance with the standards and specifications available from the Department of Planning and Community Development or appropriate water and sewer purveyor. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.140 Street standards.

(1) All street improvements, grades and design shall comply with standard regulations and specifications as set forth in Chapter 12.09 WMC.

(2) When required by the City to mitigate anticipated impacts of a new subdivision or short plat, the developer shall incorporate features into the layout of the street circulation system to minimize cut-through traffic of the proposed development and/or surrounding neighborhoods.

(3) This section does not apply to trails or pedestrian walkways not located in the public right-of-way.

(4) Proposed single-access subdivision streets ending in cul-de-sacs, hammerheads or loop roads shall not exceed 990 lineal feet in length from the access point of the new subdivision and serve more than 75 proposed dwelling units unless a connection can be established to a second access right-of-way. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.150 Street right-of-way and pavement widths.

(1) The street right-of-way in or along the boundary of a subdivision shall conform to the provisions set forth in Chapter 12.09 WMC.

(2) When subdivision or an area within a subdivision is set aside for commercial or industrial uses, or where probable future conditions warrant, greater widths than those provided in subsection (1) of this section may be required.

(3) Where topographical requirements necessitate either cuts or fills for the proper grading of the streets, additional right-of-way widths or slope easements may be required. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.160 Street lights.

All subdivisions shall include underground electric service, light standards, wiring and lamps for street lights according to City adopted standards for underground wiring and the specifications and standard set forth in Chapter 12.09 WMC. The subdivider shall install such facilities and make the necessary arrangements with the serving electric utility. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.170 Monuments.

(1) Permanent survey control monuments shall be provided for all final plats and short plats at:

(a) All controlling corners on the boundaries of the subdivision or short subdivision;

(b) The intersection of centerlines of roads within the subdivision or short subdivision; and

(c) The beginning and ends of curves on centerlines or points of intersections on tangents.

(i) Permanent survey control monuments shall be the standard concrete monuments as required by King County or City-approved equivalent. Permanent survey control monuments within a street shall be marked by a two-inch diameter by 24-inch-long galvanized iron pipe with a cap identifying the surveyor or survey company that placed the monument and shall be set after the street is paved. Every lot corner shall be marked by rebar at least one-half-inch diameter by 24 inches long with a cap identifying the surveyor or survey company that placed the monument. Said pipe or City-approved equivalent shall be driven into the ground. If any land in a subdivision or short subdivision is contiguous to a meandered body of water, the meander line shall be reestablished and shown on the final plat or short plat. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.180 On-site recreation and trail corridors.

All subdivisions shall provide on-site recreation and trail corridors in compliance with applicable provisions of Chapter 21.45 WMC, Recreation and Trail Corridors. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.190 Tree preservation and protection.

All subdivisions and short subdivisions shall provide tree preservation and protection in accordance with Chapter 21.50 WMC. A tree plan shall be part of the preliminary plat or short plat submittal requirements and approved prior to preliminary or short plat approval. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.200 Public accessways.

(1) When necessary for public convenience or safety, the developer shall improve and dedicate to the public accessways to connect to cul-de-sac streets, to pass through oddly shaped or unusually long blocks, to provide for networks of public paths creating access to schools, parks, shopping centers, transit stops, trails, or other community services.

(2) The accessway shall be of such design, width and location as reasonably may be required to facilitate public use and shall comply with WMC 21.44.100 regulating walkways, sidewalks, and trails as well as any other specifications and standards of the City. Where possible, said dedications may also accommodate utility easements and facilities. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.210 Clearing and grading.

All clearing and grading shall be conducted in compliance with the provisions set forth in the Woodinville Municipal Code applicable to clearing and grading. No clearing or grading shall occur prior to approval of tree preservation and protection measures. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.220 Improvements – Completion or guarantee.

Unless installation prior to plat approval is excused by the provisions of this chapter, the applicant shall complete the required improvements before final approval of the plat and shall financially guarantee installation thereof as set forth in WMC 21.60.230, Improvements – Security for performance and warranty, prior to construction. The applicant may be allowed to submit a surety bond, a cash deposit or assignment of funds for items not completed at the time of approval of the plat, only as set forth in WMC 21.61.050(6). The surety bond, cash deposit, or assignment of funds shall identify the improvements, name the date the improvements are to be completed, and be of a form and substance subject to the approval of the above Directors. All required improvements shall be installed and/or completed within one year for subdivisions (long plats). For short subdivisions (short plats), all required improvements shall be constructed within three years of the date of plat approval. If a building permit for any residential or commercial building constructed within the short plat boundaries is issued before three years after the date of plat approval, frontage improvements, other required improvements adjacent to the lot, and other required improvements necessary for the public health, safety, and welfare such as access to the lot that meets fire code requirements, are required to be constructed within six months of the date of issuance of the building permit, whichever is earliest to occur. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.230 Improvements – Security for performance and warranty.

(1) Prior to actual construction of required improvements, the subdivider shall provide a guarantee in a form approved by the City Attorney and in an amount to be determined by the Planning Director (landscape, critical areas, etc.) and Public Works Director (on- and off-site improvements, drainage, lighting, etc.) sufficient to guarantee actual construction and installation of such improvements prior to final plat or short plat approval and issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy. The guarantee shall only be released to the applicant upon written approval by the Planning Director and Public Works Director. A schedule for the release of funds shall be approved by the City prior to authorization to proceed with construction. In such case where the applicant fails to complete the infrastructure work by the deadline provided herein, the City shall have the option of attaching the guarantee to ameliorate any outstanding environmental concerns at the project site and/or to complete the project. The amount of the guarantee for completion shall not be less than 150 percent of the estimate of the cost of such improvements, but the Director may set a higher percentage based upon the complexity of the project. In addition, before acceptance by the City of the improvements, the subdivider shall complete the project closeout requirements and file a maintenance and defect guarantee in a form approved by the City Attorney and in an amount to be determined by the Planning Director (landscape, critical areas, etc.) and Public Works Director guaranteeing the repair or replacement of any improvement or any landscaping which proves defective or fails to survive within a minimum two-year time period after final acceptance of the improvements or landscaping by the City. The City shall withhold acceptance of the improvements until any required security for completion and the required guarantee for maintenance are filed.

(2) The City Development Services Director may enforce the assignment of funds or other security required by this section according to their terms, pursuant to any and all legal and equitable remedies. In addition, any assignment of funds or other security filed pursuant to this section shall be subject to enforcement in the following manner:

(a) In the event the improvements are not completed as required, or warranty is not performed satisfactorily, the Development Services Director shall notify the property owner and the guarantor in writing which shall set forth the specific defects which must be remedied or repaired and shall state a specific time by which such shall be completed.

(b) In the event repairs or warranty are not completed as specified in the notice referred to in subsection (2)(a) of this section by the specified time, the City Development Services Director may proceed to repair the defect or perform the warranty by either force account, using City forces, or by private contractor. Upon completion of the repairs or maintenance, the cost thereof, plus interest at 12 percent per annum, shall be due and owing to the City from the owner and guarantor as a joint and several obligation. In the event the City is required to bring suit to enforce maintenance, the subdivider and guarantor shall be responsible for any costs and attorneys’ fees incurred by the City as a result of the action.

(c) In the event that the guarantee is in the form of an assignment of funds or cash deposit with the City, the City may deduct all costs set forth in this section from the assignment of funds or cash on deposit, and the subdivider shall be required to replenish the same for the duration of the guaranty period. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.240 Improvements – Construction.

Construction of subdivision improvements prior to final plat or short plat approval or subsequent to final plat approval is required subject to WMC 21.60.220 and shall proceed as follows:

(1) Complete construction drawings, specifications and related material shall be submitted to the City Development Services Director for approval prior to the commencement of construction. The submitted drawings and specifications shall be designed and certified by a registered civil engineer. Construction drawings shall be in conformance with the conditions, if any, of preliminary plat or short plat approval and applicable City standards.

(2) Construction of improvements shall not be initiated without authorization of the City Engineer. The City Engineer shall authorize the subdivider to proceed with construction after approval of the construction drawings and specifications by the appropriate City department. The City Engineer may grant approval on condition additions or changes are made in the drawings or specifications, or on the inclusion or implementation of mitigating measures necessary to minimize the impacts of the construction on the environment. Conditions required to minimize environmental impacts shall conform with the requirements of the WMC regarding environmental impact procedures.

(3) Any changes to the construction drawings or specifications involving design of the improvements shall first be reviewed and approved by the City Engineer and the appropriate City department.

(4) City Tree Official-approved tree protection measures shall be installed and inspected prior to beginning any construction activities. Damage to any preserved tree shall result in replacement pursuant to WMC 21.50.070 of the damaged tree to equal the number of tree credits lost as a result of the damage. After construction activities are completed, the applicant shall provide an inspection report prepared by a certified arborist of the condition of the preserved trees.

(5) Construction of the improvements shall proceed as shown in the construction drawings and specifications. Construction inspection shall proceed under the supervision of a registered civil engineer. The City Engineer or his designee shall inspect construction progress on a regular basis to review compliance with construction plans and required standards.

(6) After the completion of construction in accordance with the approved plans and specifications, as-built drawings showing the improvements as constructed shall be certified as true and complete by a registered civil engineer. The certified as-built drawings on reproducible Mylar shall be submitted to the City Development Services Director. When a final plat is involved, the certified as-built drawings are required to be submitted prior to the acceptance of the subdivision improvements and approval of the plat or proper administrative authority for short plats by the City Council. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.250 Survey required.

The survey of every proposed subdivision or short subdivision shall be made by or under the supervision of a registered land surveyor. All surveys shall conform to standard practices and principles for land surveying as set forth in the laws of the State of Washington and the submittal requirements checklist as developed by the Director. Subdivision control and staking traverses shall close within an error of one foot in 5,000 feet for residential and subdivision lots, and one foot in 10,000 feet for commercial and industrial development. Primary survey control points shall be referenced to section corners and monuments. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.260 General provisions.

Repealed by Ord. 643. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.270 Subdivision vacation.

Repealed by Ord. 643. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.280 Subdivision alteration.

Repealed by Ord. 643. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.290 Final plat and short plat corrections and boundary line adjustments.

Repealed by Ord. 643. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.60.300 Divisions requiring binding site plans.

Repealed by Ord. 643. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)