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23.14.010 Dedication of streets, alleys and other public rights-of-way or easements.
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As a condition of approval of a tentative parcel or subdivision map, the subdivider shall dedicate or make an irrevocable offer of dedication of all real property within the subdivision that are needed for streets and alleys, including access rights and abutters’ rights, drainage, public greenways, bicycle paths, trails, open space easements, scenic easements, snow storage easements, public utility easements, and other public easements. The subdivider shall be required to offer for dedication easement and rights-of-way for the furnishing and serving of utilities. It shall be the responsibility of the subdivider to obtain approval of serving utility companies as to location of any utility easements which are to be shown on the final map or parcel map and to obtain concurrence of the serving utility company in writing as to supplying utility services to individual parcels. In addition, the subdivider shall improve or agree to improve all streets and alleys, including access rights and abutters’ rights, drainage, public greenways, bicycle paths, trails, open space easements, scenic easements, public utility easements, and other public easements.

All dedications in fee and grants of easements shall be free of liens and encumbrances except for those which the county, in its discretion, determines would not conflict with the intended ownership and use. (Formerly 23.14.001)

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