A. It is unlawful for any person to construct any building, or to reconstruct, remodel or add to any existing building, closer to any public street than distances set forth in this chapter.
B. Setback lines, where they have not been heretofore established by a zoning ordinance shall be as follows:
1. On Northcrest Drive, from the junction of FAP-1 to the junction of Elk Valley Road, the setback shall be sixty feet on major highways, one-half of the right-of-way width in commercial or industrial manufacturing zones fifty feet in all other areas
2. On dedicated county roads in commercial, industrial or manufacturing areas, one-half of the right-of-way width, but in no case less than thirty feet
3. In agricultural, residential or other areas, one-half of the right-of-way width, plus twenty feet, but in no case less than forty feet
4. On county roads, not dedicated, fifty feet.
C. It shall be the responsibility of the county engineer to establish setback lines upon instructions from the board of supervisors. Application for establishment for setback lines shall be made in writing on a form prescribed by the engineer.
(Ord. 309 (part), 1961: Ord. 302 § 3, 1960.)