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Realty SubdivisionsEngineering

A realty subdivision is created whenever a piece of land is divided up into 5 or more building lots within 3 years or less. The role of the Clinton County Health Department is to review and approve plans for realty subdivisions before homes are constructed and people are living on the land, in order to ensure that the subdivision will provide safe and sanitary living conditions for its residents.

During the planning stage, the developer of the subdivision must demonstrate that the land is free of any harmful soil or water contamination, and must also demonstrate how each home is to obtain drinking water and accomplish sewage waste disposal.


What are the Steps of Subdivision Program?

  • Notice of Intent 
  • Preliminary field visit, soil tests, etc. 
  • Submittal to Health Dept 
  • Check for completeness 
  • Review by engineer
  • Review letter 
  • Resubmission* 
  • Review of revised plans*
  • Approval letter
  • Plans stamped 
  • Letter of completed works from designer 
  • Final approval 
       
    *More than one resubmission may be needed.

 

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Further Reading

Engineering Flowchart

Subdivision Checklist

Forms

Sewage Packet


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870   

  ATUPA

MENU
menu

Realty SubdivisionsEngineering

A realty subdivision is created whenever a piece of land is divided up into 5 or more building lots within 3 years or less. The role of the Clinton County Health Department is to review and approve plans for realty subdivisions before homes are constructed and people are living on the land, in order to ensure that the subdivision will provide safe and sanitary living conditions for its residents.

During the planning stage, the developer of the subdivision must demonstrate that the land is free of any harmful soil or water contamination, and must also demonstrate how each home is to obtain drinking water and accomplish sewage waste disposal.


What are the Steps of Subdivision Program?

  • Notice of Intent 
  • Preliminary field visit, soil tests, etc. 
  • Submittal to Health Dept 
  • Check for completeness 
  • Review by engineer
  • Review letter 
  • Resubmission* 
  • Review of revised plans*
  • Approval letter
  • Plans stamped 
  • Letter of completed works from designer 
  • Final approval 
       
    *More than one resubmission may be needed.

 

INFO BAR


Further Reading

Engineering Flowchart

Subdivision Checklist

Forms

Sewage Packet


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870   

  ATUPA