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The final plat shall be drawn at the scale of 100 feet or less to the inch, and shall clearly show the following features and information.
(A) Legal description of the property, including reference to established triangulation points or other established survey corners or lines.
(B) All plat boundary lines with lengths or courses to hundredths of a foot and bearings or angles to the closest 30 seconds, based on an accurate survey in the field which shall be balanced and closed with an error of closure not to exceed one to 5000.
(C) The exact locations and the widths along the property lines of all existing or recorded streets intersecting or paralleling the boundaries of the tract.
(D) Bearings and distances to the nearest established street bounds, other established survey lines, triangulation points, or other official monuments, which monuments shall be located or accurately described in the plat. Any established survey or corporation lines shall be accurately monument- marked and located on the plat, and their names shall be lettered on them.
(E) The accurate location and material of all permanent reference monuments. These monuments shall be concrete cylinders or rectangular prisms, not less than four inches in diameter or square, and 24 inches long, located at the extreme corners of the subdivision. Other markers shall be steel rods not less than three-quarter inch in diameter and 24 inches long, located at all street corners, at all points where street lines intersect the plat boundary lines and at angle points and points of curve in each street; and shall be one-half inch square iron pins, 24 inches in length, at all lot corners.
(F) The exact layout including the following.
(1) Street and alley lines, with their names, bearings, angles of intersection, and widths, including widths along the line of any obliquely-intersecting street.
(2) The lengths of all arcs including radii, points of curvature, and tangent bearings.
(3) All easements or rights-of-way, when provided for or owned by public services, with the limitation of the easement rights definitely stated on the plat.
(4) All lot lines with dimensions in feet and hundredths, and with bearings or angles if other than right angles to the street and alley lines.
(G) Lots and blocks numbered in numerical order.
(H) The accurate outline of all property which is offered for dedication for public use, and of all property that may be reserved by covenant in the deeds for the common use of the property owners in the subdivision, with the purpose indicated thereon.
(I) Front yard setback building lines as fixed by the zoning code, and any other setback lines or street lines established by public authority, and those stipulated in the deed restrictions.
(J) Private restrictions, if any including the following.
(1) Boundaries for each type of use restriction.
(2) Other private restrictions for each definitely-restricted section of the subdivision.
(K) Name of the subdivision and name or number of the largest subdivision or tract of which the tract being subdivided forms a part.
(L) Names and locations of adjoining subdivisions.
(M) Names and addresses of the owner or owners of record, the subdivider, and of the registered engineer who prepared the plat.
(N) North-point, scale, and date.
(O) Statement that any lot transferred, except those in business districts, will have a minimum width and area substantially the same as those shown on the plat, and that only one principal building will be permitted on any such lot.
(P) Certification by the registered engineer who prepared the plat to the effect that the plat represents a survey made by him, that all monuments indicated thereon actually exist, and that their location, size, and material are correctly shown.
(Q) Other certificates required by law, including certificate of title showing ownership of the tract of land included in the subdivision, and a certificate showing that all taxes have been paid.
('83 Code, § 156.26) (Ord. 27-1960, passed 7-12-60)