§ 2-3-1  IN GENERAL.
   (A)   Where the tract to be subdivided contains all or any part of the site of a park, school site, flood control facility, fire station or other public area as shown on the city General Plan, the site shall be dedicated to the public and ownership shall be transferred to the appropriate entity concurrently with final plat recordation. An agreement shall be reached between the subdivider and the appropriate public agency regarding time, method and cost of the acquisition. In the event the Development Services Director or his or her designee determines that such an agreement has not been reached within the specified period of time, then the Development Services Director or his or her designee may make a determination that the requirements of this section have not been met. The final plat shall not be recorded unless such an agreement is entered into between the parties.
   (B)   Land which is subject to periodic flooding or land which the Development Services Project Engineer or his or her designee determines cannot be properly drained shall not be subdivided, except that the City Council may approve subdivision of the land upon receipt of evidence from the Development Services Project Engineer or his or her designee that the construction of specific improvements can be expected to render the land suitable for subdividing; thereafter, construction upon the land shall be prohibited until the specified improvements have been planned, designed and construction guaranteed to the satisfaction of the Development Services Project Engineer or his or her designee . Land within the Federal Emergency Management Agency ("FEMA") floodplain areas is administered through § 5-1 Floodplain Management, Chapter 5, Vol. II, Apache Junction City Code.
   (C)   The project's surveyor/engineer shall submit the compaction report and the building pad elevation certification prior to the issuance of the building permit for each lot within the subdivision. A drainage and retention certification for all related drainage areas shall be submitted prior to the release of a building clearance for occupancy. As-built plans shall be provided to the city at the final completion stage of the subdivision, indicating the finish floor elevation of each structure and all other pertinent grade elevations within the project. Building structures with basements shall submit finish floor elevation certification prior to the release of a building clearance for occupancy.
   (D)   Where an MPC District is being formed, alternate requirements for street design, block design, lot planning, easement planning, and street names as stated within this Article 2-3 may be proposed and made a part of the approved MPC district.
(Ord. 1503, passed - -2021)