Generally, a subdivision is the division of a parcel of land into two or more lots or parcels. A subdivision includes any division of land regardless of the intended use. Anyone proposing a subdivision is required to submit an application and receive approval from the Kenton County Planning Commission. Staff reviews all subdivision applications and issues all subdivision approvals. Minor subdivision applications propose only the division of land and contain no new public infrastructure such as new streets or utilities. Major subdivision applications propose both the division of land and contain new public infrastructure such as new streets or utilities. The proposal to create a major subdivision requires attendance at a pre-application meeting between the applicant, staff, elected officials and other regulatory agencies prior to submittal of a major subdivision application.