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What is a Dedication Plat?
A Dedication Plat is a plat submitted to dedicate land for public street purposes only. The plat does not create any additional lots of record. The plat may be submitted for public street purposes under the following circumstances: 1.) pursuant to adding additional right-of-way for an existing road in the state system, 2.) pursuant to adding additional right-of-way for a street identified in the County Transportation Plan, and 3.) pursuant to adding additional right-of-way for a street identified in approved proffers or an approved special exception plat or Concept Development Plan and having a minimum projected traffic volume of 4,000 vehicles per day or as otherwise approved by the Director of Building and Development. The dedication plat must meet all of the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance, §8.103 and §8.103.7 of the Facilities Standards Manual, and §1242.02 and §1243.11 of the Land Subdivision and Development Ordinance.

What is the difference between a (DEDI) dedication application and an SBRD (record plat) dedication plat that dedicates r-o-w?
A SBRD (record plat) that dedicates right-of-way is submitted when the public right-of-way being created does not meet one of the three criteria of §1243.11 of the Land Subdivision and Development Ordinance and is shown on an approved (SBPL) Preliminary plat. The fee for a SBRD (record plat) dedication plat is the base fee of a record plat plus one lot.

What is the difference between a (DEDI) dedication application and an ESMT (easement plat) that dedicates r-o-w?
An ESMT (easement) that dedicates right-of-way is submitted when the public right-of-way being created does not meet one of the three criteria of §1243.11 of the Land Subdivision and Development Ordinance and is not shown on an approved (SBPL) Preliminary plat. The fee for an ESMT (easement) dedication plat is the same fee for all ESMT (easement) applications.


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