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The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 5.1
Rock City

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Centers and Greenspace Plan
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The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 5.2

Existing Zoning Districts Map, Town of Rhinebeck
Sources: Zoning data was obtained from the Dutchess County Department of Planning and Development.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 5.3

Proposed Zoning District Map, Town of Rhinebeck
(See Figure 5.4 for Hamlet of Rhinecliff detail)
Sources: Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

The LC-T line representing the former Hucklebush Railway (originally known as the Rhinebeck C&T Railroad) right-of-way is an approximate location only. Final determination of the location of the trail will be made on a project by project basis during Planning Board review.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated July 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 5.4

Proposed Zoning District Map, Hamlet of Rhinecliff
(See Figure 5.3 for Town of Rhinebeck detail)
Sources: Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

The LC-T line representing the former Hucklebush Railway (originally known as the Rhinebeck C&T Railroad) right-of-way is an approximate location only. Final determination of the location of the trail will be made on a project by project basis during Planning Board review.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated July, 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.1

Environmental Resources:

Freshwater Wetlands
Sources: Wetland data was obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.2

Environmental Resources:

Streams & Lakes
Sources: Streams and other water body data were obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Du tchess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.3

Environmental Resources:

Floodplains
Sources: Federal Emergency Management Agency Flood Insurance Maps obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutc hess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.5

Environmental Resources:

Watersheds
Sources: All data was obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.6

Environmental Resources:

Aquifers
Sources: Aquifers were obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.7

Environmental Resources:

Hydric Soils
Sources: Soils are based on the US Soil Conservation Survey and were obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.8

Environmental Resources:

Soils Suitability for Septic Systems
Sources: Soils are based on the US Soil Conservation Survey and were obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.9

Environmental Resources:

Shaded Relief (Elevations)
Sources: Based on USGS 10 Meter Digital Elevation Model (DEM).

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.10

Environmental Resources:

Steep Slopes
Sources: Slope data was obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

NOTE: The map shows areas with especially high biodiversity value, but does not depict all areas of conservation concern.

SOURCE: Hudsonia Ltd., 2007

Priority Conservation Areas Figure 9.11

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.12

Environmental Resources:

Combined Constraints: Floodplains, Streams, Lakes, Wetlands, Aquifers, Slopes & Ag Soils
Sources: All natural resource data was obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 9.13

Proposed Water Resources Overlay
Sources: Wetland, aquifers, stream and lake data was obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

The wetlands shown are the approximate location of the actual boundaries of the wetlands. For a final determination of the actual location of a DEC wetland it is necessary to contact the NYS DEC office. Final determination of the actual location of a NWI wetland will be made during project review by the Planning Board and may require contact with the Army Corps of Engineers for a jurisdictional determination.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated July 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 10.2

Environmental Resources:

Scenic Roads
Sources: New York State Department of Transportation.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 11.1

Environmental Resources:

Agricultural Soils
Sources: Soils are based on the US Soil Conservation Survey and were obtained from the Dutchess County Environmental Management Council. Tax parcels were obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 11.2

Environmental Resources:

Agricultural District #20
Sources: Agricultural district and tax parcel data was obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The numbers on this map correspond to a list of historic properties identified in the Town. For additional information, please see the Master List located in . appendix ___ of the adopted Comprehensive Plan The following items were not located on this map at the time of printing: 21, 33, 207, 228, & 237.

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 12.1

Environmental Resources:

Historic Properties
Sources: Tax parcel data was obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property. Properties were identified with the assistance of Nancy V. Kelly, Town Historian.

* Numbers denote properties of significance within the National Landmark District.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008

The numbers on this map correspond to a list of historic properties identified in the Town. For additional information, please see the Master List located in . appendix ___ of the adopted Comprehensive Plan The following items were not located on this map at the time of printing: 21, 33, 207, 228, & 237.

The Rhinebeck Plan Figure 12.2

Environmental Resources:

Rhinecliff Historic Properties
Sources: Tax parcel data was obtained from the Dutchess County Office of Real Property. Properties were identified with the assistance of Nancy V. Kelly, Town Historian.

* Numbers denote properties of significance within the National Landmark District.

Prepared for the Town of Rhinebeck Comprehensive Plan by Updated March 2008