(A)   Number of copies. The Code Enforcement Officer may require the applicant to submit up to 40 blue- or black-line folded copies of the final plat, one legible eight and one-half-inch by 11-inch reduced copy and an original and reproducible matte film of the plat.
   (B)   Format.
      (1)   Plats shall be drawn or printed in ink on paper on sheets at least 22 inches wide and 34 inches long, with appropriate margins on all sides. Plats shall be drawn at a scale of 100 feet equals one inch unless the Code Enforcement Officer approves a smaller scale. Plats that include one-half acre or less in area shall be drawn at a scale of 50 feet equals one inch.
      (2)   Where more than one sheet is necessary to accommodate the entire area to be subdivided, an index sheet showing the entire subdivision at an appropriate scale shall be attached to the plat.
   (C)   Contents. The plat applications shall include the following:
      (1)   All of the information required by Table 153.1625(A) of this chapter;
      (2)   A performance agreement, if required by the city;
      (3)   The plat number issued by the Planning Department in the upper right corner, scale, north arrow and date;
      (4)   The name of the subdivider and the name of the record owner of the land involved;
      (5)   The location of the subdivision with respect to a corner of the survey or tract, or an original corner of the original survey of which it is a part, giving the dimensions of the subdivision;
      (6)   The primary control points, approved by the Code Enforcement Officer, or descriptions and ties to such control points, to which all dimensions, angles, bearings, new city block number or county block number and similar data on the plat shall be referred, and four points on the perimeter of the subdivision, identified by coordinates that relate to the State Plane Coordinate system;
      (7)   The tract boundary lines, the exact location and width of all existing or recorded streets, easements and other rights-of-way intersecting the boundary or streets, easements and other rights-of- way forming the boundary of the tract being subdivided, and property lines of residential lots and other sites with accurate dimensions, bearing or deflecting angles and radii, area and central angles of all curves;
      (8)   Final contour data to show drainage of the site of the proposed subdivision. If the average grade of the site is 5% or less, the maximum contour interval to be used shall be two feet. If the average grade exceeds 5%, the maximum contour interval may be increased to five feet;
      (9)   The name and width of each public and private street or other right-of-way in or adjacent to the subdivision. The right-of-way width on all streets and safety lanes shall be displayed by an overall dimension. The dimensions of the division of the right-of-way on public streets between the centerline of the right-of-way and respective adjacent property line shall be shown. Private streets and safety lanes shall also be designated as such;
      (10)   The name of the subdivision (no more than 35 characters), legal description of the property, and a number to identify each lot or site;
      (11)   Location, dimensions and purpose of any easement or reservation and location of any high-pressure oil, gas or gasoline lines. Easements that are designated to be converted into public street rights-of-way on a subsequent plat shall be annotated with the following note: “Easement to expire upon incorporation into platted public street right-of-way”;
      (12)   Front and side setback lines adjacent to streets, where required;
      (13)   The city limits line and the extraterritorial jurisdiction line if either traverses the subdivision;
      (14)   The location map indicating the location of the plat in relation to adjacent streets and at least two major thoroughfares in the vicinity;
      (15)   The County Clerk’s certificate of authentication as required by the applicable county; and
      (16)   If part of the plat is within a regulatory floodplain, two copies of all data, as specified by the latest requirements of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to apply for a conditional Letter of Map Revision and payment of the associated fees, when the proposed plat shall cause a change in the alignment, width or elevation of a 100-year floodplain identified on a Flood Insurance Rate Map.
(Ord. 3020, passed 9-10-2013, § B-14; Ord. 3160, passed 1-9-2018)