(A)   Subdivisions should be designed to create an integrated system of lots, streets, trails and infrastructure that provides for efficient movement of people, bicycles and automobiles within the subdivision and to and from adjacent developments.
   (B)   Subdivisions should provide for the efficient movement of through traffic by providing a completely interconnected hierarchy of streets in order to avoid isolation of residential areas and over-reliance on federal, state and county roadways.
   (C)   All subdivisions should be designed to provide safe and attractive pedestrian routes to nearby commercial centers, as well as nearby public/civic, employment and recreation uses.
   (D)   Street layouts should be uncomplicated, so that emergency services, public services and visitors can find their way to their intended destinations.
   (E)   Subdivision designs must avoid the proliferation of private streets and driveways with access onto major streets.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)