Sec. 14-230. - Specifications for drawings.
   (a)   Format. The requirements of this section apply to the format of drawings.
   (b)   Preliminary plat. The preliminary plat shall be drawn to a scale between 1:100 and 1:20.(Under special circumstances, with the planning director's approval, a preliminary plat can be drawn to a scale which can clearly and accurately display the necessary information for review.) The plat shall show the following:
   (1)   Title data. Name of the subdivision, the names and addresses of the owner or owners, name of designer of the plat, scale, date, approximate north point, and in large letters the words, "PRELIMINARY PLAT."
   (2)   Existing data. Property lines, street lines and names, principal buildings, existing utility lines, watercourses, bridges, public easements, names of adjacent subdivisions and/or property owners, distance to nearest street intersection, corporate limit and/or planning district lines; and an inset sketch map showing the subdivision's location in relation to the county and general area.
   (3)   Data relating to subdivision. Names, locations and other dimensions and/or metes and bounds of proposed streets, lots, easements, building lines, and recreational/open space areas if appropriate. A statement describing the water supply and sanitary sewage disposal facilities proposed to be installed in the subdivision.
   (4)   Floodway data. The boundaries of both the floodway and floodplain, shown on maps entitled flood hazard boundary map, shall be shown clearly.
   (c)   Final plat. The final plat shall be drawn in black ink on mylar to a suitable scale to assure legibility. It shall show the following:
   (1)   Title and documentation data. Name of subdivision, the township, the name of the licensed engineer or surveyor under whose supervision the plat was prepared; the date of the plat; the scale and north point; and all endorsements and certifications provided for in section 14-231.
   (2)   Data relating to the subdivision. Lines and names of streets; lines of all lots, easements, areas devoted to common use, with notes stating clearly their proposed use, any limitations and the person or entity responsible for continued maintenance; corporate and/or other boundaries; building lines; metes and bounds survey information sufficient to determine readily on the ground the location of every street, lot line, boundary line, block line, easement line, and building line; the radius central angle, and tangent distance for both street lines of curved streets, the locations and types of all permanent monuments; the names of subdivisions and streets adjoining the platted subdivision; and designation of all streets within the subdivision as public or private.
   (3)   State statute. All data shown on the final plat shall be consistent with the provisions set out in G.S. 47-30.
   (4)   Easements. All easements and their function shall be shown on the final plat.
   (5)   Floodway data. The boundaries of both the floodway and 100-year floodplain zone, as shown on the map entitled "Flood Boundary and Floodway Map," shall be shown. The FRIM panel and its adoption date shall be shown.
   (6)   Future streets. All streets intended for future extension either within or beyond the boundaries of the subdivision shall clearly be indicated on the plat, by the words "Reserved for Future Public Access."
(Ord. of 7-10-2000, § 5.11; Amend. of 6-1-2009(2))