Sustainable Growth & Agricultural Preservation Act of 2012
The Sustainable Growth & Agricultural Preservation Act of 2012 (the septics law) limits the spread of septic systems on large-lot residential development to reduce the last unchecked major source of nitrogen pollution into Chesapeake Bay and other waterways. By mapping future growth in “tiers,” the law seeks greater accountability and predictability.
Sustainable Growth & Agricultural Preservation Act of 2012 Planning Resources
MDP is providing this web application as part of the department’s technical assistance role that SB 236 describes. The web application provides the key components for local jurisdictions to create the tier map. MDP is available to help jurisdictions that might need guidance in compiling a composite Tier map from these data.
> Launch the Guidance Interactive Map <
ESRI® Map Document file (.MXD) for download - For use in ArcGIS® by geographic information system (GIS) users
For additional reference, MDP has developed statewide maps using MDP’s Septics Law Implementation Guidance Map web application
This page was last updated: 2013-05-07