PRE-PLAT REQUIREMENTS

 

(1) Sketch Plan:

 

(a)                Title, scale, north arrow and date must be shown.

 

(b)                The scale should not be less than 200 feet to the inch and be on a topographical survey map.  It may be a free hand sketch on a print of such a map and must show:

 

(1)                Subdivision boundaries

 

(2)                General street and lot layout including streets and other features adjacent and within 300 feet of the proposed subdivision

 

(3)                Approximate location of trees and other prominent physical features

 

(c)                Must show a location map.  It may be free hand and must show:

 

(1)                Municipal boundaries

 

(2)                Subdivision location and boundaries

 

(3)                Location of existing facilities which serve or influence the subdivision, e.g., schools, parks, main traffic arteries, shopping centers, utilities, etc.

 

(d)                Must show total acreage of subdivision and number of lots proposed, and the typical width and depth of lots.

 

(e)                Name and address of subdivider or his agent.

 

(f)                 Each sketch plan shall specify for each lot the total square footage of each lot created.

 

(2)                Preliminary Plat:

 

(a)                It shall be clearly marked "Preliminary Plat" and shall be in sufficient detail to determine whether the final plat will meet layout requirements.

 

(b)                Title, scale, north arrow and date must be shown.

 

(c)                The scale shall not be less than 100 feet to the inch, and shall be drawn on a topographical survey map having contour intervals of no more than two feet between intervals.

 

(d)                Must show the location and dimensions of:

 

(1)                Existing, planned and proposed streets, public facilities or land, easements and other such features

 

(2)                Facilities or land offered for dedication or reserved for public or other use as indicated

 

(3)                Contour lines/elevation points

 

(4)                Owners of adjoining land

 

(5)                Blocks and lots in consecutive order

 

(e)                It must have a neighborhood location map showing subdivision location and surrounding roads, etc.

 

(f)                 It must have a feasibility report on sewage and water facilities.

 

(g)                Must show zoning classification, land use and minimum lot sizes within and adjacent to the subdivision.

 

(h)                Must be a drawing of all present and proposed street grades and facilities for storm water drainage.

 

(i)                  There must be a draft of all types of restrictions placed on the land which will become covenants in the deeds for lots shown on the Final Plat when submitted.

 

(j)                  Must show total acreage of subdivision and number of lots proposed, and the typical width and depth of lots, and total street length must be indicated.

 

(k)                Name and address of subdivider or his agent.

 

(l)                  The preliminary plat shall include an amount of the total square feet of each lot created by the said plat.