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.010 Final Reports. Upon completion of the rough grading work and at the final completion of the work prior to the issuance of any building permit, the City Engineer shall require submittal of the following reports and drawings and supplements thereto:
.0101 An As-Graded grading plan prepared by the Civil Engineer including original ground surface elevations, as-graded ground surface elevations, lot drainage patterns and locations and elevations of all surface and subsurface drainage facilities. He shall provide certification that the work was done in accordance with the final approved grading plan;
.0102 A Soil Grading Report prepared by the Soil Engineer including locations and elevations of field density tests, summaries of field and laboratory tests and other substantiating data and comments on any changes made during grading and their effect on the recommendations made in the soil engineering investigation report. He shall provide certification as to the adequacy of the site for the intended use;
.0103 A Geologic Grading Report prepared by the Engineering Geologist including a final description of the geology of the site including any new information disclosed during the grading and the effect of same on recommendations incorporated in the approved as-graded grading plan. He shall provide certification as to the adequacy of the site for the intended use as affected by geologic factors.
.020 Notification of Completion. The permittee or his agent shall notify the City Engineer when the grading operation is ready for final inspection. Final approval shall not be given until all work including installation of all drainage facilities and their protective devices and all erosion control measures have been completed in accordance with the final approved as-graded grading plan and the required reports have been submitted.
.030 Final Lot Drainage Certification. Upon completion of building construction and prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, the Chief Building Inspector shall require submittal of a certification by the Civil Engineer that each lot does have positive drainage to the street and/or that a drainage device approved by the City Engineer has been installed to provide adequate lot drainage and is functioning properly; and, that lot drainage has been provided in accordance with the final approved grading plan. (Ord. 3411 § 2 (part); April 1, 1975: Ord. 3942 § 1; November 21, 1978.)