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November 22, 2017
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What do I need to do to split my property?

The first step is to determine the zone of the property. All zones have specific minimum lot sizes for new parcels. For instance, the Rural Residential (RR-5) zone requires that all new parcels be five acres in size, so the parcel must be at least ten acres in size in order to be split. If the property is within Medford's Urban Reserve, it cannot be partitioned at this time. All lots and parcels created after October 28, 1980, must also have 25 feet of frontage along a state highway, state access road, County road, city street, or private road. A partition requires an application through the Planning office and is subject to public notice.

What do I need to do to split my property?

The first step is to determine the zone of the property. All zones have specific minimum lot sizes for new parcels. For instance, the Rural Residential (RR-5) zone requires that all new parcels be five acres in size, so the parcel must be at least ten acres in size in order to be split. If the property is within Medford's Urban Reserve, it cannot be partitioned at this time. All lots and parcels created after October 28, 1980, must also have 25 feet of frontage along a state highway, state access road, County road, city street, or private road. A partition requires an application through the Planning office and is subject to public notice.