A subdivision is a division of land into two or more lots and typically involves the creation of a new road. Dimensional requirements for land in the Town of Randolph are governed by the Town's Zoning Ordinance. In order to subdivide, a parcel(s) must have sufficient land to meet the applicable requirements.
Approval Not Required (ANR) Plans
In some cases, single lots can be created from a larger lot or there can be a land swap between neighbors that does not require a full subdivision plan because the lots will meet the dimensional requirements of the current zoning as it applies to frontage and lot size requirements. In that case the term "approval not required" actually means "approval not required under the Subdivision Control Law".
Preliminary Subdivision Plans
Submission of a preliminary plan is suggested for residential subdivisions and required for non-residential subdivisions of land. It is a method of receiving feedback before formal submission to the Planning Board.
Definitive Subdivision Plans
Submission of a definitive subdivision plan is the formal process of requesting a subdivision of land before the Planning Board.
Rules & Regulations
The Planning Board Rules and Regulations Governing the Subdivision of Land layout the design and submission requirements for the creation of any street to provide frontage, improvement of a paper street or private street and modification of lot lines. See the information (PDF) and find all required forms.
The following residential subdivisions have been approved by the Planning Board and are in various stages of development, but not released by the Planning Board as "complete". The roads remain private (not under the jurisdiction of the Town) until the project is complete, and the developer has requested the Town make the road public, and the Town Council has accepted the road through its formal processes.
Questions regarding status, road completion and/or issues for subdivisions may be directed to the subdivision owner or emailed to the Planning Office.
|Subdivision Name||Street Name||Owner|
|Autumn Estates||E.J. Foley Circle|
|Barlett Estates||McEnelly Circle||West Point Development|
|Belcher Estates||George M Lovering Circle||West Point Development|
|Hampton Estates||E.J. Griffin Road||Bob Schoepplein|
|Ledgewood Estates||J.A. McDermott Road||Alan Paine|
|Maplewood Estates||A. Arredondo Circle||Marotta Landscaping|
|Marylee Estates||S.J. Skeen Circle||John Greene|
|Pinewood Estates||Restarick and Truelson||E. Daly|
|Richard Estates||Richard Road||West Point Development|
|Roel Estates||Roel Court||N/A|
|Spring Estates||Kelli Road||West Point Development|
|Country Way||Country Way/Lane||West Point Development|
|Grove Avenue||Cygnet Lane||Wells Construction|
|Washington Avenue||Richardi Reservoir Road||D.A. Bosworth|
|Lafayette Estates||Vine Lane|
Neary Mountain Lane
|N/A||Kiley Circle||P. Scally|
|Morton Road||Morton Road||M. Baxter/B. Schoepplein|
|Orchard Estates||Cherry Circle||Todd Sandler/West Point Development|
|Pham Estates||Mary Lee Way||John Pham|