Series 103 2002 ORDINANCES/RESOLUTIONS
Section 103-172 Ord. 17230; Amending Chapter 25 RE: Street Access within Subdivisions
Ordinance No. 17230 Council
Bill No. B 92-02A
amending Chapter 25 of the City Code regarding street access; and fixing the time when this
ordinance shall become effective.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, AS
SECTION 1. Chapter 25 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Columbia,
hereby amended as follows:
Material to be deleted in
strikeout; material to be added underlined.
Sec. 25-54.1. Maximum number of lots having a single access.
(a) Not more than one hundred (100) R-1 zoned lots nor more than fifty (50) R-2
zoned lots nor
more than six (6) acres of R-3 zoned land nor more than the number of acres of PUD-zoned land
that would permit more than 100 dwelling units may be final platted when the design of the
subdivision is such that only one (1) point of public street access is provided for those lots or
tract of land. Once two points of public street access have been provided, not more than two
hundred (200) R-1 zoned lots, one hundred (100) R-2 zoned lots, twelve (12) acres of R-3 zoned
land or no more than the number of acres of PUD-zoned land that would permit more than 200
dwelling units may be final platted unless one of the two points of public street access is an
arterial or collector street located through or directly adjacent to the subdivision or a third point
of public street access is provided. The above limitations shall also apply to land having a
mixture of different residential zoning districts on a proportional basis. A point of public street
access shall consist of a connection to a through street.
(b) Streets which dead-end or "stub" into property which is adjacent
to the property being
subdivided shall not count as a second access until such time as the dead-end or "stub" street
connected to a through street and constructed to city standards.
SECTION 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after
PASSED this 18th day of March, 2002.