Yes. A community solar grid is possible.
Some of the parcels have access to grid power, others do not. The grid can be delivered to all parcels or you can utilize renewable energy systems with back-up generators.
Parcel #1 has a deep abundant well. The undeveloped parcels will either require drilling a well, rainwater catchment, or having water delivered. County water is not available at this time.
Not at this time. The lender will not allow it.
Laytonville does not have a municipal wastewater treatment facility. The entire town is on septic.
The size of a home is partially based the size of the septic system in terms of the number of bedrooms each parcel can support. Each parcel has engineered septic systems that can support four bedrooms. Thus, you can build one four bedroom home or two two-bedroom homes, etc.
Each parcel can support two single-family homes.
The original parcel was ten acres and in order to legally build more than two single-family homes, the county and state require subdividing. The parcel is a long narrow rectangle and could only be subdivided along those lines.