Can I subdivide my property?
Pierce County has adopted a density driven model for land division. 'Density' means the number of families, individuals, dwelling units, or housing structures per unit of land. Each parcel of land is assigned a zone, which in turn has a specific density allowed. The density allowance is multiplied by the net developable acreage of the site, which then equals the number of lots you can create through a subdivision. Tables that provide zoning and use information for each area of the County are located in Title 18A, Development Regulations - Zoning.

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1. Can I subdivide my property?
2. How many lots can I have in a short plat?