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Title: 21 - Coastal Zoning

Chapter: 11A - RCA2 Designated Resource Conservation Area District

Section: 50 - Minimum lot areas

A. No new development parcels shall be created totally within any RCA2 zone except that agricultural parcels not intended for residential development may be created subject to all applicable policies of the General Plan Coastal Element and the minimum parcel size of the adjacent agricultural land use designation and where the landowner records a covenant with the county which runs with the land prohibiting all buildings and limits the use to nonresidential development as set forth in this chapter.

      B. Where parcels totally within any RCA2 zone are contiguous with a parcel outside or partly outside of the RCA2 zone, and where all of these parcels have a single owner, said parcels shall be merged at the time the RCA2 zoning is placed in effect upon the properties.

      C. Where a portion of a parcel is partly outside of the RCA2 zone, only the acreage not in the RCA2 zone may be used in determining development density based on the non-RCA designation, except that those areas designated as a wetland buffer may be used in determining the development density.

      D. Parcels may be created which include RCA land areas subject to the provision of a non-RCA area totaling at least fifty percent of the minimum lot size (as required by the non-RCA zone) for parcels designated as one unit/two acres or higher in density or a minimum of one acre for parcels designated as one unit/three acres or lower in density.

 

(Ord. 83-03(part))