§ 154.095  DRAWING AND INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   The final plat shall be drawn in India ink or other substantial solution on a reproducible medium with outer dimensions of 24 inches by 36 inches, and shall be at a scale of 100 feet to one inch or larger.
   (B)   The final plat shall show the following:
      (1)   The boundary lines of the subdivided tract, together with accurate distances and angles and the exact location of all existing and recorded streets intersecting the boundary of the tract;
      (2)   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 on the plat;
      (3)   An accurate metes and bounds description of the tract;
      (4)   Street names;
      (5)   The length of all arcs and radii, central angles, internal angles, points of curvature and tangency, and the length of all tangents;
      (6)   All easements for rights-of-way for public services and utilities and any limitations on such easements;
      (7)   Lot numbers and dimensions;
      (8)   Street lines with accurate dimensions in feet and hundredths and with angles to street, alley and lot lines;
      (9)   Location, type, material and size of all monuments and lot markers;
      (10)   The accurate outline of all property offered for dedication for public use with the purpose indicated. All property that may be reserved by deed, covenant or restrictions for the common use of property owners of the subdivision;
      (11)   Building setback line locations and dimensions with regard to front, side and rear yards;
      (12)   Restrictions of all types which run with the land;
      (13)   Name of the subdivision;
      (14)   Name and address of the subdivider;
      (15)   North point, scale and date;
      (16)   Certification of title showing that the subdivider is the landowner;
      (17)   Certificate by a registered professional engineer or registered land surveyor;
      (18)   Certificate of dedicator of public lands;
      (19)   Certificate for approval by the City Plan Commission and Board of Public Works; and
      (20)   Other data: a notation stating total acreage, benchmarks and date of survey.
(Prior Code, § 154.60)  (Ord. 1978-6, passed 4-4-1978)