Shoreland definition

Shoreland means land, as defined in Minn. Stat. § 103F.205, subd. 4, located within 1,000 feet from the normal high water mark of a lake, pond, or flowage and 300 feet of a river or stream or the landward side of floodplain delineated by ordinance on such a river or stream, whichever is greater.
Shoreland. (NR 115.03(8)) means lands within the following distances from the ordinary highwater mark of navigable waters: 1,000 feet from a lake, pond or flowage; and 300 feet from a river or stream or to the landward side of the floodplain, whichever distance is greater.
Shoreland means land located within the following distances from the ordinary high water elevation of public waters: (a) land within one thousand (1,000) feet of lake, pond, reservoir, impoundment or flowage; and (b) land within three hundred(300) feet of a river or stream or the landward extent of a flood plain designated by ordinance on such river or stream, whichever is greater.

Examples of Shoreland in a sentence

  • The viewshed perimeter shall in no location be less than the 300-foot depth of the Shoreland Protection Tier.

  • The Scenic Resource Tier consists of the lands surrounding a lake that lie within 300 feet of its shoreline (the Shoreland Protection Tier) plus any lands within 1,000 feet of its shoreline that fall within the viewshed observable from the opposite shoreline.

  • All provisions applicable to Highlands Open Waters buffers as provided therein, shall apply fully to the Shoreland Protection Tier of any lake in the Lake Management Area.

  • The Shoreland Protection Tier consists of the lands surrounding a lake that lie within 300 feet of its shoreline, or between the shoreline and the nearest property line adjacent to and alongside of the lake, whichever is the lesser.

  • The district designation for a particular site shall be determined from the Official Shoreland Zoning Map.


More Definitions of Shoreland

Shoreland means the land, water, and land beneath the water that is in close proximity to the shoreline of a Great Lake or a connecting waterway.
Shoreland means land located within the following distances from the ordinary high water elevation of public waters:
Shoreland or "shoreland areas" means those lands extending landward for two hundred feet in all directions as measured on a horizontal plane from the ordinary high water line; floodways and contiguous flood plain areas landward two hundred feet from such floodways; and all wetlands and river deltas associated with the streams, lakes, and tidal waters which are subject to the provisions of this chapter; the same to be designated as to location by the department of ecology.
Shoreland means land within 300 m of the ordinary high water mark of a water body, or land within 90 m of the ordinary high water mark of a waterway;
Shoreland means land within 300 feet of the high water mark of any natural or artificial, publicly or privately owned lake or any impoundment of water used as a source of public water supply.
Shoreland means the area landward of the ordinary high water mark within the following distances: 1,000 feet from a lake, pond or flowage; and 300 feet from a river or stream or to the landward side of the floodplain, whichever distance is greater. (ww) “Site” means the entire area included in the legal description of which the land disturbing or land development activity will occur.
Shoreland or “shoreland areas” means those lands extending landward for 200 feet in all directions as measured on a horizontal plane from the ordinary high water mark of Puget Sound, Commencement Bay, Thea Foss Waterway, Middle Tacoma Waterway Municipal Code City Clerk’s Office 13-283 (Revised 08/2009), St. Paul Waterway, Puyallup Waterway and the Puyallup River (including Clear Creek),Milwaukee Waterway, Sitcum Waterway, Blair Waterway (including Wapato Creek), Hylebos Waterway (including Hylebos Creek), Wapato Lake, Titlow Lagoon, floodways and contiguous floodplain areas landward 200 feet from such floodways, and all wetlands and river deltas associated with the streams, lakes and tidal waters which are subject to the provisions of the Act.