The Bozeman Pass Zoning District was created in 2002 to for the primary purpose of regulating(preventing) coalbed methane drilling in the area which was an immediate threat at that time. However, the 32,000-acre district (50 square miles) Bozeman Pass Zoning District has the stated general purpose of furthering the health, safety, and general welfare of the people of the District.
The Bozeman Pass Zoning District is adjacent to, and south of the Bridger Canyon Zoning District and protects the southern half of Kelly Canyon. The goal of protecting and enhancing the rural residential and agricultural character of the Bozeman Pass area will be protected and maintained through the following implementing objectives:
The goal of protecting and enhancing the character and freedoms associated with living in a rural area will be protected and maintained through the following implementing objectives:
General development standards were adopted and are applicable throughout the District. These standards are intended and designed to respect property rights, assure compatibility of uses, protect the environment, protect the rural residential and agricultural character of the District and to enhance the public health, safety and general welfare of District residents and the County by planning for and guiding future growth. These standards supplement the specific sub- district provisions set forth in these Regulations and apply to any and all conditional uses.
These development standards were set up as ZONING SUB-DISTRICT PROVISIONS of:
Category : Bridger Canyon Information