9.Zoning_and_subdivision_laws_mon_feb_11_1

Hierarchical street system discourages traffic flow

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Hierarchical street system Discourages traffic flow and concentrations to make a  subdivision safer; Traffic does not grow extensively at the subdivision level; Create ideal residential environments;
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Conceptual plan
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Street standards
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Street right of way Sidewalks Utilities Drainage (curb and gutter) Snow storage Street Swales and ditches
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Environmental preservation
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Alternative subdivision  design
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Subdivision review process-  preliminary plat Zoning and lot sizes Layout conformance to subdivision regulations Layout and width of streets Master plan conformity Drainage, sewer and water systems
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Subdivision review process- final  plat Consistent with preliminary plat Proposed engineering details appropriate Design and construction of streets Street lighting and other infrastructure Do-ability of the proposal- project and timetable
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Recording of the Plat County clerks office Provides record of ownership of various lots Record of underground infrastructure Ease in selling individual parcels Property tax record
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