What does preliminary plat approval mean?
The preliminary plat approval from the County Commission is essentially the green light that gives the developer assurance that the project will be accepted so long as the conditions of approval have been met before final plat. When all the conditions of preliminary plat approval have been satisfied, the subdivider submits the final plat materials for review by the Planning Office and the County Commission.

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1. What is a subdivision?
2. What are major, minor, and subsequent minor subdivisions?
3. What are the differences between a Major and Minor Subdivision?
4. What is the first step in the subdivision process?
5. What documents are needed during the subdivision application and review process?
6. What county departments are involved in the process?
7. What types of professionals should the subdivider include on the project team?
8. How long does the process take?
9. What does preliminary plat approval mean?
10. At what point can the lots be sold?
11. What costs are associated with a subdivision?