[HISTORY: Adopted by the Planning and Zoning Commission of the Town of Weston effective 9-1-1984 (Appendix B of the 1981 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Building construction — See Ch. 23.
Numbering of buildings — See Ch. 27.
Driveways — See Ch. 51.
South Western Regional Planning Agency — See Ch 167.
Aquifer protection area regulations — See Ch. 207.
Floodplain management regulations — See Ch. 212.
Inland wetlands and watercourses regulations — See Ch. 215.
Zoning regulations — See Ch. 240.
The Town of Weston, Connecticut, is a rural residential community comprising 13,626 acres. This land presently supports approximately 3,025 households with domestic water and sewage disposal systems and may be a future source of public drinking water for other communities.
Much of the available, undeveloped land poses problems for development and for on-site sewage disposal. Major technical studies and adopted public policies concur on the necessity of preventing the overintensive development of Weston's fragile land and water area. [Amended 3-16-1987]230a App I Soils Limited Suitability for Dev 230b App II Ref Materials Subdiv Regs
Article I General Provisions
Article II Application Procedures
Article III Development Standards for Subdivisions
Article IV Implementation
Article V Amendments
Article VI Definitions