Description:

The Recorded Exemption is a land division process used to divide a lot into two (2), three (3) or four (4) separate lots. Examples of when a Recorded Exemption application may be submitted include creating a lot in the A (Agricultural) Zone District for a single-family residential building site, separating existing improvements from agricultural land, and creating a lot in a Commercial or Industrial Zone District for existing or future development.

An Amended Recorded Exemption may also be used in order to change the lines on an existing Recored Exemption.

Weld County Notes:

  1. No pre-application meeting is necessary for an RE (May have informal meeting - submit application in Greeley) Planning Web Site
  2. Owner must provide Authorized Agent letter for anyone other than owner to sign application and to act on agents behalf.
  3. A Title Commitment from a title company is required by our company to discover encumbrances and easements of record which are required to be shown on the final plat by the county. A Certificate of Conveyance from a title company is required by the county to be included with the application and must be dated within 30 days of application submittal.  
  4. Typical Time Frame: 14 to 21 days for application + 60 days for county review of application + 14 days for plat map + 14 days for county review of map + 2 days for mylar + 14 days for recording = 118 to 125 days.

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Examples: 

Fort collins, Greeley, erie, fort lupton, windsor, longmont, dacono, frederick, firestone, hudson, weld county, surveyor

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Weld Co RE Standards.pdf677.56 KB
Example-RE Weld County.pdf711.1 KB

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