ALLEY: A dedicated minor way which is used primarily for vehicular service access to the back or side of properties otherwise abutting on a street.
CROSSWALK: A right of way dedicated to public use which cuts across a block to facilitate pedestrian access to adjacent streets and properties.
CUL-DE-SAC OR DEAD END STREET: A short street having one end open to traffic and being terminated by a vehicle turnaround.
DOUBLE FRONTAGE LOT: A lot fronting on two (2) nonintersecting streets.
EASEMENT: A grant of the right to use a strip of land for specific purposes.
IMPROVEMENTS: Change in the physical characteristics of the land within the subdivision and/or those facilities which serve the purpose of adding to the general usability of the land.
LOT: A portion of a subdivision intended as a unit for transfer of ownership or for development.
LOT, REVERSED CORNER: A corner lot, the side street line of which is substantially a continuation of the front lot line of the first lot to its rear.
MASTER PLAN: A planning map of the city of Wendell, Idaho, showing the existing zoning and street layout, together with the future zoning and street layout as planned and proposed by the city to secure and maintain an orderly growth and expansion program.
OWNER: The individual, firm, association, syndicate, partnership or corporation having sufficient proprietary interest in the land to be subdivided to commence and maintain proceedings under this title.
PEDESTRIANWAY: A strip of land dedicated to the public use for foot traffic only.
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION: The city of Wendell, Idaho, planning and zoning commission.
RESERVED STRIP: An area of land shown on a plat and intended to serve as access to streets or alleys, but not intended for dedication to the public.
SHALL: Mandatory.
STREET: A right of way dedicated to the public use which provides vehicular and pedestrian access to adjacent properties. It shall include the terms street, highway, thoroughfare, parkway, throughway, road, drive, avenue, boulevard, lane, place and other such terms.
STREET, ARTERIAL: A street used primarily for through traffic.
STREET, COLLECTOR: A street used to some extent for through traffic and to some extent for access to abutting properties.
STREET, HALF: The dedication of a portion of the width of a street, usually along the edge of a subdivision where the remaining portion of the street could be dedicated in another subdivision.
STREET, MARGINAL ACCESS: A minor street parallel to and adjacent to a major street providing access to abutting properties and protection from through traffic.
STREET, PLUG: An area of land not intended for a building lot and not to be dedicated to the public, lying between the end of a dedicated street or alley and the boundary of the subdivision.
STREET, RESIDENTIAL: A street used exclusively for access to abutting properties.
SUBDIVIDER: Any individual, firm or group who undertakes the subdividing of a lot, tract or parcel of land for the purpose of transfer of ownership or development and including changes in street or lot lines.
SUBDIVISION: A tract of land divided into five (5) or more lots, parcels or sites for the purpose of sale or building development, whether immediate or future; provided, that this definition shall not include a bona fide division or partition of agricultural land for agricultural purposes, which shall mean the division of land into lots, all of which are five (5) acres or larger, and maintained as agricultural lands. Cities or counties may adopt their own definition of subdivision in lieu of the above definition. (Ord. 266, 4-10-1975)