Address Assignment | Land Use Plan Services | Subdivision Administration Services | Zoning Services
The primary role of the Subdivision Administration section is to provide consultation services for landowners, review new preliminary
subdivision plans, and determine compliance with Regulations and other adopted plans, coordinate cross-agency review; prepare maps and
staff reports for Planning Commission meetings, review minor subdivision (lot splits) for compliance with Subdivision Regulations,
and prepare addresses for all property in the unincorporated Hamilton County and some incorporated jurisdictions.
Subdivisions are categorized as major or minor. A major subdivision is a division of an original parcel into 6 or more lots and usually
involves improvements such as sewer, water, and streets. The plans for a major subdivision must be reviewed and approved by many
Hamilton County departments or agencies that oversee the construction of the improvements. The major subdivision must be platted with
lots identified with lot numbers. A minor subdivision is a division of 5 lots or less that does not involve any new streets or other
public improvements. This type of subdivision is approved administratively by stamping the deeds prior to transfer. No plat is required
and the lots are identified by their legal description. All plans are kept on file in the office of the Regional Planning Commission and
are available for viewing during regular office hours.
to go to the 2012 Ohio Riverfront Area Plan Update Page from
Anderson Township's Website (case
LUP Anderson 2012-02)