§ 229.11  PLACEMENT AND DESIGN OF ROADS, DRIVEWAYS, AND PARKING AREAS.
   Public and private roads, driveways, and parking areas shall be designed to take advantage of natural or planted vegetation and topography to achieve maximum screening from view from public waters, and shall be designed and constructed to minimize and control erosion to public waters, consistent with the field office technical guides of the local soil and water conservation district, or other applicable technical materials.  Additionally:
   (A)   Roads, driveways, and parking areas shall meet the setbacks for structures set forth herein and shall not be placed within bluff impact zones or shore impact zones where other reasonable and feasible placement alternatives exist. If no such alternatives exist, they must be designed to minimize adverse impacts.
   (B)   Public and private watercraft access ramps, approach roads, and access related parking areas may be placed within shore impact zones, provided that the vegetative screening and erosion control conditions of this section and the grading and filling provisions of M.S. § 150.58 are met.
(Ord. 2011-06-07A, passed 6-7-2011)