What are the driveway spacing requirements?

There shall be allowed one driveway per every 330 feet of highway frontage. However, no driveway shall be nearer than 100 feet from another access point. *Note: Commercial and Industrial parcels have requirements different than those above.

Driveways shall be no closer than 250 feet from an intersecting highway, as measured from centerline to centerline.

The edge of the entrance flare shall be no nearer than 10 feet from the property line.

For more information regarding access to roads, see Section 121-286 of the County Zoning Ordinance. A brochure describing the driveway spacing requirements can be found on the Driveway Brochure (PDF).

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4. What are the building setback requirements for my property?
5. What are the setbacks for accessory structures?
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7. What are the driveway spacing requirements?
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