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Application for Land Division/Lot Line Adjustment

  1. Application Type:

  2. Original Parent Parcel Information

  3. copy of tax bill, deed, mortgage etc.

  4. Indicate the following parent parcel characteristics that exist.*

    Check all that apply

  5. Does the proposed division/ lot line adjustment have frontage on a major thoroughfare?

    If yes, application of Access Management Ordinance, including formal access and shared access arrangements maybe necessary.

  6. Proposed Child Parcel Information -Land divisions only

  7. Will any of the child parcels be declared "Not Buildable"?*

  8. Including existing buildings and easements.

  9. Do child parcels have 60 feet of frontage on a public street?*

  10. Does the lot depth exceed four times the width?*

  11. Does each child parcel meet the minimum lot area and lot width for the zoning district it is located?*

  12. Is the right to make future division(s) being transferred to a child parcel created from the parent parcel or tract?*

    If yes, attach Notice to Assessor of Transfer of the Right to Make a Division of Land Form.

  13. Assessor can provide this form.

  14. Kalamazoo County Health Department approval for the suitability of on site water supply and or sewage disposal.

  15. Review Fee

    Fees can be paid after the application is complete and reviewed by staff.

  16. I understand that review and approval by the City of Portage will commence upon the submission of a COMPLETE Land Division/Lot Line Adjustment Application and will be reviewed within 10 business days. Approval will become void after 90 days if legal documents are not recorded at the Kalamazoo County Register of Deeds and filed with the City of Portage Assessor.

  17. Electronic Signature Agreement

    By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.

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