This Code is intended for the purposes of coordinated, efficient and economic development of the County, providing adequate services and utilities, safe convenient access and a desirable and attractive living environment through good subdivision design. In achieving these purposes, the County shall utilize development standards which are directed toward reasonable costs for initial development and continuing maintenance; such standards shall include the following:
(A) The proper location and width of streets and the proper location of building setback lines, open spaces, recreational areas and public lands.
(B) The avoidance of conditions which would lead to the creation of blighted areas.
(C) The avoidance of overcrowding of population and congestion of vehicular traffic.
(D) Proper grading and improvement of streets, curbs, gutters, sidewalks and provision of water, sewer, storm water drainage and erosion control.
(E) The provision of adequate space for traffic and utility facilities; for access of emergency apparatus; for the control of the number, spacing, type and design of access points to existing or future streets; for minimum width, depth, and area of lots; for adequate light and air; and for a proper distribution of population.
(F) Provision of adequate right‑of‑way easements such that extensions are continued within subdivisions and may be continued to adjacent lands.