County of York, VA
 
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[Ord. No. 05-33, 12-20-2005; Ord. No. 14-24, 11-18-2014]
(a) 
It is the intent of the County that the transportation and water quality impacts of certain development proposals be evaluated during the review process and, where such impacts are negative, that they be ameliorated to the extent possible.
(b) 
The subdivider of any subdivision containing, or based on the existing zoning classification potentially containing more than 50 lots shall prepare and submit to the agent a traffic impact analysis detailing the traffic impacts of the proposed subdivision, as defined in § 20.5-117.
(c) 
The subdivider of any subdivision which will involve development activity within a resource protection area as determined by the Natural Resources Inventory shall submit a water quality impact analysis in accordance with Chapter 23.2 which shall identify the impacts of the proposed subdivision and subsequent development thereon on water quality, the buffer and the lands in the resource protection area.
[Ord. No. 14-24, 11-18-2014]
Where required, a transportation systems impact assessment shall be prepared and submitted to the agent at the time of preliminary plan submission, or at the time of development plan submission in the event a preliminary plan was not required or submitted. The traffic impact analysis shall include sufficiently detailed information to reasonably determine the impact of the proposed development on the existing and planned transportation network and systems and shall be prepared in accordance with the relevant provisions of the zoning ordinance. The traffic Impact analysis shall include all pertinent information relative to the proposed development phasing and shall be correlated with that phasing.
[Ord. No. 05-33, 12-20-2005; Ord. No. 14-24, 11-18-2014]
(a) 
For subdivisions of land in Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas, a Water Quality Impact Assessment shall be required at the time of preliminary plan submission, or at the time of development plan submission in the event a preliminary plan was not required or submitted. The water quality impact assessment shall be prepared in accordance with Chapter 23.2.
(b) 
For subdivisions of land in Watershed Management and Protection Areas, an impact study prepared in accordance with § 24.1-376 of the Zoning Ordinance is required.
[Ord. No. 05-33, 12-20-2005]
The Agent shall review, or transmit to appropriate departments or agencies for review, all submitted impact analyses, water quality impact assessments and impact studies. Such analyses, assessments and studies shall form the basis for recommendations to or requirements of the subdivider for the appropriate design of potential mitigation efforts.