16.02.020 – Validity & Applicability

A.        No plat of any subdivision shall be entitled to record in the recorder's office, or have any

validity, until it has been approved in the manner prescribed in this Title.

 

B.        No parcel of land may be conveyed for the purpose of creating a new residential dwelling

lot without said parcel begin established as a lot pursuant to approval of a plat of

subdivision in the manner prescribed in this Title, unless said parcel was previously

subdivided, pursuant to a Subdivision Plat approved by the City of St. Charles and

recorded with the County Recorder of Deeds.

 

C.       Lots of Record that were lawfully conveyed prior to September 17, 2012 that meet the

minimum lot width and area requirements of the applicable zoning district in which it is

located shall be considered valid lots for purposes of this title...

 

D.        Parcels of land may be conveyed for the purpose of modifying lot size or configuration,

provided the conveyance does not create a greater number of buildable residential lots,

based on the applicable zoning district in which it is located, than currently exist within

the boundary of the subdivision (either as existing subdivided lots or valid Lots of Record

under Item C. above.)

(2018-M-29: § 1)