Plat/Subdivision Review

Plat & Subdivision Review

Subdivisions of any use are classified as either Minor or Major.

Minor Subdivision

Minor Subdivisions include:

  • Four lots or less and subdivision does not include new road(s)
  • Need for infrastructure construction plans
  • New public park space
  • New public school site
  • New utility transmission line(s)

Approval Process: The preliminary subdivision plat must be reviewed and approved by TRC but final subdivision plat approval may occur via a weekly internal staff review.

Major Subdivision

Major Subdivisions include:

  • Five lots or more and/or includes new road(s)
  • New public park space, or the need for infrastructure construction plans.
  • New public school site
  • New utility transmission line(s)

Approval Process:

  1. The applicant must first have a pre-application meeting with city staff.
  2. The subdivision Concept Plan must be reviewed by TRC and approved by the Planning Commission.
  3. The preliminary subdivision plat and road construction plans must then be approved by TRC; these items may be submitted separately or together.
  4. After infrastructure construction is completed and inspected, the final subdivision plat approval may occur via a weekly internal staff review.

Subdivision Flowchart

View the complete Subdivision Flowchart (PDF)