§ 154.068 PRIMARY PLAT.
   The primary plat shall be legibly drawn to a scale of 100 feet to one inch; except that, when the use of this scale results in a drawing have a dimension in excess of 30 inches, a scale of 200 feet to one inch may be used, showing the following:
   (A)   The boundary lines of the subdivision tract, together with accurate distances and angles and the exact location of all existing and recorded streets intersecting the boundary of the tract;
   (B)   Angles or referenced bearings (true north, grid north, magnetic north or assumed bearing) and distances to the nearest established street line or existing official monuments which shall be accurately described;
   (C)   The location, names, widths and approximate grades of all roads, streets, highways, public ways and rights-of-way in the proposed subdivision or to be offered for dedication;
   (D)   The location and proposed width of all easements for drainage, sewer and public utilities. In the event there is intended to be any limitations on any easements, such limitations shall be described in the primary plat plan statement;
   (E)   The location and dimensions of all lots and lot numbers;
   (F)   The location and dimension of all property which is proposed to be offered for dedication for public use and the description and location of any property that may be reserved by deed, covenant or restrictions for the common use of property owners of the subdivision;
   (G)   The location of building setback for front, side and rear yards, showing dimensions and location;
   (H)   Location of street lights;
   (I)   The name of the proposed subdivision;
   (J)   The name and address of the subdivider; and
   (K)   Certificate by a registered professional engineer and/or registered land surveyor.
(Prior Code, § 154.43) (Ord. 1978-6, passed 4-4-1978)