Minor and Minor Limited subdivisions go through a one step review process. We strongly recommend anyone seeking approval of these type of subdivisions first contact Subdivision Administration staff, who will explain the review process and applicable requirements and standards.
What is a subdivision?
The term "subdivision" generally refers to any division of a parcel of land for the purpose of sale or building development (whether such sale or development is immediate or future).
What is a Minor-Limited Subdivision?
A Minor-Limited Subdivision is the division of a tract or parcel of land in single ownership if all the following criteria are met:
What is a Minor Subdivision?
A Minor Subdivision is any subdivision of a parcel that creates no more than three lots with access to a private or public road that:
Applicant submits a Minor or Minor-Limited Subdivision application and applicable fee through the Permit Portal.
Minor and Minor-Limited plat review fee is $200, payable when the application is submitted.
The subdivision request is reviewed for compliance with State statue and applicable regulations and comments sent to applicant.
Final Mylar Review
The applicant submits the final subdivision plat (i.e. mylars) with all applicable comments addressed to be reviewed and approved by staff.
The approved final subdivision plat (i.e. mylars) are taken to the Register of Deeds to be recorded by the applicant.