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Seneca, NY: Agricultural Zoning Ordinance

The Town of Seneca adopted an updated zoning code in 2004.  The code includes an agricultural zoning district that permits one subdivided lot with one single-family dwelling for each parcel greater than five acres.  The density standards permit a maximum density of one unit if under 50 acres and one unit per 50 acres if over 50 acres.  The town and Ontario County use a computerized real property system that allows them to document permitted subdivisions.

Downloadable Documents
Authority Type
Statutes and Ordinances
State
New York
Level of Government
Local
Law Type
Local Laws and Resolutions
Keywords
Agricultural Protection Zoning, Land Use Planning, Planning for Agriculture and Food Systems, Subdivision
Citation
Seneca, N.Y., Zoning Code art. III, § 8 (2004).

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