Linn County : Forestland development standards handbook
Linn County (Or.)
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Linn County (Or.)
The siting of new buildings and the expansion of existing buildings and homes is subject to various property development standards in the Linn County Land Development Code (LCC). The purpose of this handbook is to explain and illustrate how to meet development standards for property located in forested areas of Linn County. The handbook is intended to provide Linn County property owners, residents and development professionals with a clear and concise description of the LCC standards related to building in forested areas. Specifically, the handbook describes the forestland structural siting standards contained in the Land Development Code including property line setbacks, building material requirements, road and access design, firebreaks and water supply standards. [From the document]
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