Subdivision control is another way the Planning Commission can shape its community’s character. This tool is used to influence the layout of lots and streets and coordinate the construction of public infrastructure to support homes and businesses.
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There are three types of RPA plats reviews:
1. Staff approved plats: Any division or revision of lots less than five lots with no needed variances or new public streets. These plats do not go to the Planning Commission. To submit for review email a PDF of the plat and the Autocad file to the Hamilton County Geospatial Office for review at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review times are typically 10 business days.
2. Minor plats: Subdivisions of 6-10 lots. Requires Planning Commision approval. Plat can be submitted as a combination Preliminary/Final Plat to the Planning Commission. To submit send plat and supporting documents to email@example.com. Subdivision plat submittals are due by the third Monday of the month.
3. Major Plats: Subdivisions of more than 10 lots. Requires Planning Commission approval. Preliminary Plat and Final Plat are required to be submitted separately. To submit send plat and supporting documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. Subdivision plat submittals are due by the third Monday of the month.
Questions? Contact RPA at email@example.com