The preliminary plat shall be drawn to a scale of 100 feet to an inch, or larger scale as may be approved by the Planning Commission, and shall show the following information:
1. The proposed name of the subdivision.
2. North point, scale and date.
3. The names and addresses of the subdivider and of the engineer or surveyor.
4. The tract designation and other description according to the real estate records of the City or County Auditor and Recorder, also the designation of the proposed uses of land within the subdivision.
5. The boundary lines (accurate in scale) of the tract to be subdivided.
6. Contours with intervals of five feet or less, referred to official City datum.
7. The names of adjacent subdivisions or the names of record owners of adjoining parcels of unsubdivided land.
8. The location, widths, and names of all existing or platted streets or other public ways within or adjacent to the tract, existing permanent buildings, railroad rights-of-way, and other important features, such as section lines, political subdivision or corporation lines, and school district boundaries.
9. Existing sewers, water mains, culverts, or other underground structures, within the tract and immediately adjacent thereto with pipe sizes, grades, and locations indicated.
10. All parcels of land intended to be dedicated for public use or reserved in the deeds for the use of all property owners in the proposed subdivision, together with the purpose of conditions or limitations of such reservation, if any.
11. The layout, names, and widths of proposed streets, alleys and easements.
12. A plan of proposed water distribution system, sanitary sewers and storm sewers showing pipe sizes and the location of valves, fire hydrants, and fittings.
13. The layout, numbers, and scaled dimensions of proposed lots.
14. Indication of any portion of the subdivision for which a final plat is to be proposed when the subdivision is to be developed in stages.
15. The layout of proposed sidewalks.
16. The proposed zoning classification for the subdivision as well as the existing zoning classifications of surrounding properties.