What does it mean that me new address review has "triggered road naming?"

When reviewing a request for a new address, we check to see whether or not the location of the requested address is off of an unnamed road or not. If an address application is received for a site on an unnamed road that is more than 1,000 feet from a named road or for a site on an unnamed road that has an existing addressed site that is more than 1,000 feet from a named road, or if an application is received for a fourth emergency locator number on an unnamed road The road shall be named at the expense of the applicant. You can learn more about the road naming process at the following links:

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1. How do I permit an addition to an existing house?
2. Do I need a permit for a small picnic pavilion on my property?
3. Who do I talk to about preliminary questions about building a home in Jefferson County?
4. I want to build a stand-alone building to house my tractor. Do I need a permit?
5. I'm wondering how I would go about finding information about the zoning and development potential of a property in Jefferson County.
6. Does Jefferson County requires a pre-pour inspection?
7. What do I need to do for a re-roof permit?
8. Where can I find a copy of the county code?
9. I am planning to install a fireplace insert. What forms do I need?
10. Do I need a permit to remodel a bathroom?
11. Is it the property owner or the contractor's responsibility to submit permits?
12. Does my ductless heat pump need to be installed above the flood plain?
13. What is the minimum height for a deck before it requires a rail?
14. Who do I call about installing road name signs?
15. How do I name a road?
16. What do I need to do to be able to do to demolish a building?
17. What do I need to submit if I only want to build a garage?
18. What are my permit fees? How do I get a fee estimate?
19. What are the rules regarding fences and gates?
20. What does it mean that me new address review has "triggered road naming?"