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The County Addressing Coordinator will name a road when two or more properties share a common roadway. All addresses will be changed to the new named road. A change may also occur if the County Addressing Coordinator determines that naming the roadway to the property will aid emergency service responders.
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In order to get an address, you must file a principal structure Zoning Certificate Application and pay the appropriate fees. Your address will be assigned and approved with your zoning certificate.
The county will not address vacant land, you must apply for a zoning certificate for a principal structure.
In most circumstances, it is up to the land owners to name the road. If an agreement cannot be made, the County Addressing Coordinator will name the road. The proposed road name must not conflict with existing road names within the county (duplicate or similar sounding). The proposed name will also be checked against the Forest Service road name database.
The rural address is assigned to the centerline of the driveway accessing the property. This location cannot be changed after the rural address application has been submitted. If the driveway location is changed, you will be assessed a new rural address fee and assigned a new rural address. A flag can be picked up in the Planning Office to mark the centerline of the driveway.