A site development plan drawn to scale and shall contain the following information:
   (A)   The name of the planned development;
   (B)   The exact boundary lines of the planned development fully dimensioned by lengths and bearings, and the location of intersecting boundary lines of adjoining lands;
   (C)   Scale denoted both graphically and numerically;
   (D)   The plans for utility layouts, including sewers, storm sewers, water distribution lines, natural gas, telephone and electric service, illustrating connections to existing systems or plans for individual water supply systems and/or sewage disposal systems. Plans must show line sizes, the location of fire hydrants, blowoffs, manholes, pumps, force mains, and gate valves;
   (E)   Street names;
   (F)   The location, purpose and dimensions of areas to be used for purposes other than residential;
   (G)   Minimum building setback lines;
   (H)   The names of owners of adjoining properties and any adjoining subdivisions of record (or proposed and under review);
   (I)   The location and dimensions of all rights-of-way, utility or other easements, riding trails, natural buffers, pedestrian or bicycle paths, and areas to be dedicated to public use with the purpose of each stated;
   (J)   Right-of-way lines, and pavement widths of all streets and the location and width of all adjacent streets and easements;
   (K)   Property lines, buildings or other structures, water courses, railroads, bridges, culverts, storm drains, both on the land to be subdivided and on the land immediately adjoining, corporate limits, township boundaries, and county lines;
   (L)   Sufficient engineering data to determine readily and reproduce on the ground every straight or curved boundary line, street line, lot line, right-of-way line, easement line, and setback line, including dimensions, bearings, or deflection angles, radii, central angles, and tangent distances for the center line of curved streets and curved property lines that are not the boundary of curved streets. All dimensions shall be measured to the nearest one-tenth of a foot and all angles to the nearest minute;
   (M)   The accurate locations and descriptions of all monuments, markers and control points;
   (N)   The deed restrictions or any other similar covenants proposed for the planned development, if any;
   (O)   The date of the survey and plat preparation;
   (P)   North arrow and declination;
   (Q)   The name(s) of the township(s), county(ies), and state in which the development is located;
   (R)   The name and location of any property, within the planned development or within any contiguous property, that is listed on the U.S. Department of Interior's National Register of Historic Places; likewise any property that has been designated by local ordinance as an historic property pursuant to G.S. Chapter 160A, Article 19, Part 3C;
   (S)   The name(s), address(es), and telephone number(s) of the owner(s), registered surveyor(s), land planner(s), architects), landscape architect(s), and professional engineer(s) responsible for the subdivision and the registration number(s) and seal(s) of the professional engineer(s) and registered surveyor(s);
   (T)   Flood hazard areas according to flood insurance rate maps or flood hazard boundary maps;
   (U)   Topographic information showing vertical contour every two feet if deemed necessary by the Planning Board;
   (V)   Show boundaries of areas of environmental concern (CAMA);
   (W)   Total number of dwelling units; total residential floor area; total number of floors, total height; total open space area; and total number of parking spaces.
(Ord. passed 6-8-78; Am. Res. passed 4-8-10)