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What is a minor subdivision?
• The division of property into 20 or fewer lots
• OR the division of property into lots of at least 15 acres
• OR the division of property that creates more than 20 lots but does not require the creation of a new street or the extension of an existing street, including family subdivisions
• If a planned subdivision does not meet any of these criteria, it is considered a major subdivision and is subject to different rules and regulations.

Action on minor subdivisions is approved administratively and does not require public hearing

Planning

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1. What is a Comprehensive Plan?
2. Why have a Comprehensive Plan?
3. Why update the Comprehensive Plan?
4. What is the relationship between the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning?
5. What is a subdivision?
6. What is a minor subdivision?
7. What are the types of minor subdivisions?
8. What is the approval process for minor subdivisions?
9. Who owns a house/parcel?
10. How can I reach Planning?
11. Who should I contact to report a missing street name sign?