Planning - AG Reserve

 

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  • What are the boundaries of the Agricultural Reserve Tier?
    Answer:

    ​The boundary of the Agricultural Reserve Tier is identified on the Managed Growth Tier System Map.


  • What are the permitted densities in the Agricultural Reserve Tier?
    Answer:

    ​The majority of the land within the Agricultural Reserve Tier has an Agricultural Reserve (AGR) Future Land Use designation which allows density as follows:

    1. One unit per five acres for a subdivision.
    2. One unit per one acre for a Planned Unit Development

    Check with the Planning Division to confirm or discuss questions' related to density.


  • What is the Agricultural Reserve Tier?
    Answer:

    The Agricultural Reserve Tier (AGR) is an area of the County identified for agricultural and environmental preservation that also permits residential development and limited commercial development provided that the proposed developments include a minimum amount of open space dedicated to agricultural or environmental preservation.The AGR is one of the County's Growth Management Tiers. The Future Land Use designation and Zoning District applicable to this area are also indentified on the Future Land Use Atlas (FLUA) and Zoning quads Managed Growth Tier System Map.