§ 153.116  RIGHT-OF-WAY DEDICATIONS.
   (A)   Subdividers shall dedicate right-of-way for streets and easements, and, if planned, alleys, in all new subdivisions.
   (B)   When the subdivider owns the land on both sides of a proposed street, the entire right-of-way for the street shall be dedicated by the subdivider.
   (C)   When the subdivider owns the land on only one side of an existing street, the existing right-of-way of which is narrower than that required by this chapter or the Comprehensive Plan/Major Streets Plan, the subdivider shall dedicate additional right-of-way which lies between the centerline of the existing right-of-way and the outside edge of the additional right-of-way equal to at least one-half of the required right-of-way width.
   (D)   Minimum dedicated street rights-of-way shall be:
 
Arterial*
80 ft.
Collector*
70 ft.
Commercial/Industrial Alleys
24 ft.
Cul-de-sac Radius
64 ft.
Local and Cul-de-sac
60 ft.
Residential Alleys
20 ft.
*Refer to the village’s Land Use Plan
 
(Ord. 97-7, passed 7-1-1997, § 5.14.2)