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In 2012, the Maryland General Assembly passed the Sustainable Growth and Agricultural Preservation Act of 2012 to address major developments served by on-site sewage disposal systems and their impact on the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. The legislation requires all local jurisdictions in Maryland to develop and adopt a system of Growth Tiers for future residential development. Four tiers were established to identify where major and minor residential subdivisions may be located in a jurisdiction and what type of sewerage system can serve them.
The Office of Planning and Zoning adopted Growth Tiers administratively on June 17, 2013.
To download the
Growth Tiers Map
in pdf format,
The governing criteria for delineating Growth Tiers are established in the State law, as well as the related requirements for future development in each tier. Criteria and development requirements are summarized in the table below.
* Development requirements apply to new residential subdivisions and do not apply to commercial, industrial, institutional, or other non-residential development.
* A minor subdivision creates five or fewer residential lots. A major subdivision creates six or more residential lots.
|For additional information on the Growth Tiers legislation and implementation, see the Maryland Department of Planning website at www.mdp.state.md.us.|