Text Box: Despite the fact that respondents generally felt public roadways were generally suitable for future use (2.49 at Figure VII-1), and suitable maintained (2.69 at Figure VII-1), several comments were made in these areas.

Roads frequently cited as unsuitable are:
Holt Drive
Bigfork Stage Road
Hwy 35
Chapman Hill Road
La Brant Road
Ferndale Drive
Yenne Point Road
Hanging Rock Road
Echo Lake Road

Not surprisingly, there is some similarity to the list of roads assessed as maintained most poorly:
Hwy 35 (cited most frequently)
Hwy 209

Table 1

Land Use Classifications

Code

Description

Size

AG-20 to AG-80

Large Agricultural Tracts

20 acres and up

SAG-5 to SAG- 10

Suburban Agricultural

5 acres through 19 acres

R-1

Suburban Residential,

1 acre minimum (43.5K)

R-2

Suburban Residential

20K sq ft

R-3 to R-5

Urban Residential

10K sq ft to 5.4 K

RC-1

Residential Cluster: Master Plan community, Gross Density of One Unit Per Acre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RA-1

Residential Apartment: Multi-Family & Non-Residential Use

 

B-1

Neighborhood business

 

B-2 through B7, BR-2 and BR-4

Business: general, community, resort, tourist, rural area commercial

 

CCC and CVR

Commercial: rural area, small scale intersections, rural area intersection of two state highways: village

 

I-1 & I-2

Industrial: Light and Heavy

 

P

Public: schools, public buildings, parks, open space