shall be on forms provided by the and shall be accompanied by the tentative . The tentative shall be sufficiently accurate to ensure proper review and shall not exceed 24 inches by 36 inches. The tentative shall include the following information where applicable:
   A.   Names of the owner, , engineer and surveyor as appropriate;
   B.   Date, scale and north arrow;
   C.   Property line boundaries of all land in the same ownership as the area encompassed in the ;
   D.   Sufficient description to define location and boundaries of the area to be partitioned;
   E.   Location of existing ;
   F.   Number and type of units proposed where known;
   G.   Location and width of all existing or proposed public or private accessways (rights-of-way) including any and parking areas;
   H.   Location of all existing and proposed public and private utilities, including water, sewer and storm drainage;
   I.   Proposed parcel layout indicating dimensions, parcel lines and areas of parcels;
   J.   Approximate location and width of watercourses;
   K.   All areas to be dedicated to the public and their proposed uses including rights-of-way, drainageways, and ;
   L.   Location and use of adjacent within 150 feet of the ;
   M.   Identification of significant natural features including heavily wooded areas; and
   N.   Where it is evident that the subject can be further partitioned the shall show, either on the tentative or as an attachment, that the land will not preclude efficient division of land in the future.
   The may waive any of the submittal requirements where determined that the information is unnecessary to properly evaluate the proposed . The may also require any additional information needed to evaluate the proposal.
   The tentative shall be reviewed for compliance with the requirements above according to Type II procedures. Please refer to Article 1 for a summary of the procedures.
(Ord. 2009-01, passed 3-9-2009; Ord. 2013-3, passed 5-22-2013)