WHEN: A land division within the unincorporated areas of the County, which is not defined as a subdivision, creates one or more parcels within 1,000 feet of any lake or 300 feet from a river or stream, or the landward side of the floodplain, whichever is greater. A subdivision is considered the creation of more than four (4) lots under 1.5 acres in five (5) years, or where more than six (6) parcels of any size are created in five (5) years.
WHY: To determine compliance with the Waukesha County Code of Ordinances, including Appendix D - Shoreland and Floodland Subdivision Control Ordinance, and Article VIII of Chapter 14 - Storm Water Management and Erosion Control, which are available online and in the office of the Waukesha County Clerk.
WHO: The staff of the Waukesha County Department of Parks and Land Use – Planning and Zoning Division is responsible for CSM review. See Staff Who Can Help.
HOW: Applicant must submit a proposed Certified Survey Map to the Planning and Zoning Division Staff for review.
A COMPLETE SUBMITTAL SHALL CONSIST OF THE FOLLOWING:
VARIANCE OR APPEAL
An applicant wishing a variance from the requirements of the Waukesha County Shoreland and Floodland Subdivision Control Ordinance must apply to the Waukesha County Park and Planning Commission. Any appeal of a decision made by the staff of the Planning and Zoning Division must be made to the Park and Planning Commission within thirty (30) days of the said decision. Staff of the Planning and Zoning Division will assist you with the appeals process.
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