The Subdivision Review Process
The subdivision review process is intended to address the provision of basic public services and facilities, and ensure that a subdivision has adequate legal and physical access (streets, roads, or easements), police and fire protection, water and sewage disposal facilities, and solid waste disposal. The review process also is designed to ensure that if a subdivision causes negative impacts to the area where it is proposed that those impacts are mitigated before the subdivision is approved. As such, all subdivision proposals must undergo review as denoted in
(76-3-608 (3), MCA).
City of Billings Subdivision Regulations
Yellowstone County Subdivision Regulations
Submitting a Subdivision Application for Review
The Yellowstone County Board of Planning, through the City-County Planning Division, administers the subdivision regulations for both the City of Billings and Yellowstone County. The Planning Division staff coordinates the review of subdivisions by affected departments and agencies, and provides recommendations on all subdivision proposals.
Types of Subdivisions (City and County)
- Minor Subdivision
- Subsequent Minor Subdivision
- Major Subdivision
- RV, Mobile, and Manufactured Home Parks
- Condominiums and Townhomes
- Variances from Subdivision Design Standards