The project involves the repeal and replacement of the City of Morro Bay Municipal Code Chapter 16, the City's Subdivision Regulations and the repeal of Chapter 17.49 of the Municipal Code, Community Housing Project, for incorporation into the new Chapter 16. The new refulations are primarily guided by updates to the City's Subdivision Regulations for consistency with the 2005 Subdivision Map Act and for consistency with Department of Real Estate terminology. Updates to procedural handling of subdivisions have also been updated to reflect current processing demands. Updates to the code include modifications to the city's review procedures, updates to the application and map requirements, and the addition of regulations regarding compact in-fill developments, conservation subdivisions and common interest subdivisions. Adjustments to the City's minimum lot sizes and codes governing flag lots will also be incorporated. The City's streets standards will be removed and incorporated into a separate document known as the City's engineering standards. The new document will promote contemporary street and lot standards and interpretive definitions for ease of understanding.
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