This ordinance would amend the Land Use Code regarding the standards for temporary cul-de-sacs and stub streets. A temporary cul-de-sac and stub street are used when the street design of a new subdivision ends at an adjoining property that could be developed. Currently, the land use code requires a developer of a subdivision designed with a stub street to construct it or provide a financial guarantee for five years to cover construction of it. This ordinance would remove that five-year financial guarantee requirement and clarify the procedures and standards for when a temporary cul-de-sac and a stub street are required.
The Planning Commission recommended the Assembly adopt this ordinance at its meeting on December 11, 2018.