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The subdivider shall furnish the following:
(a) Application for Preliminary Plan Approval (See Appendix B.)
(b) Preliminary Plan Drawing (See Appendix D.)
The plan shall be prepared in accordance with these Subdivision Regulations by a registered surveyor, city planner, landscape architect or professional engineer. The plan shall be accurately and clearly drawn. The drawing shall include the proposed plan or alternate plans of the subdivision, and shall show the following:
A. Proposed name of subdivision (must not duplicate others in the County), township, tract or original lot or section number.
B. Names, addresses and telephone numbers of owners, subdivider, and registered surveyor, city planner, landscape architect or professional engineer.
C. Scale (1"= 100'), north arrow and date.
(2) Existing data.
A. Boundary line survey: showing bearings and distances as surveyed by a registered surveyor.
B. Easements: location, width and purpose.
C. Streets on and adjacent to the subdivision: names, location, right of way and roadway width. Planned public improvements: highways or other major improvements planned by public authorities for future construction on or near the subdivision, including journalized routes for highways.
D. Utilities on and adjacent to the subdivision: location, size and invert elevations of sanitary and storm sewers; location and size of water mains; location of gas lines, fire hydrants and utility poles. If water mains, sewers and/or culverts are not on or adjacent to the tract, indicate the direction and distance to and size of nearest ones, showing invert elevation of sewers and culverts.
E. Ground elevations on the subdivision: show contours with an interval of not more than five feet if ground slope is in excess of four percent and two feet if ground slope is less than four percent.
F. Subsurface conditions on the subdivision: any conditions that are not typical such as abandoned mines.
G. Other conditions on the subdivision:
1. Watercourses and areas subject to flooding.
3. Rock outcroppings.
4. Wooded areas.
5. Isolated preservable trees one foot or more in diameter.
6. Any structures or other significant features.
H. Other conditions on adjacent land within 200 feet:
1. Approximate direction and gradient of ground slope including any embankments or retaining walls.
2. Location and type of buildings, fences, tree lines, etc.
3. Railroad lines.
4. Power lines and towers.
5. Other nearby nonresidential uses of land.
6. Owners of adjacent unplatted land. (For adjacent platted land refer to subdivision plat by name, plat book and pages.)
I. Zoning requirements:
2. Lot size and yard requirements.
3. Proof of any variances or special exceptions which may have been granted.
J. Planned public improvements: highways or other major improvements planned by public authorities for future construction on or near the subdivision.
A. Streets: show proposed streets (indicate each street by a letter except where the street is a continuation of an existing street), right of way widths, approximate grades and proposed improvements.
B. Other rights of way or easements: location, width and purpose.
C. Lots: numbers, dimensions and area of irregular lots in square feet.
D. Minimum building setback lines.
E. Land parcels within the subdivision not to be divided into lots.
F. Public sites: reserved or dedicated for parks, playgrounds or other public uses.
G. Sites for other uses: multifamily dwellings, shopping facilities, churches, industry or other nonpublic uses exclusive of single family dwellings.
H. Total site data: including acreage, number of residential lots, typical lot size and acres in parks and other public uses.
I. When extensive changes of topography are contemplated, a plan showing the proposed topography.
J. In cases where lots or parcels have previously been transferred, without plat, out of the tract sought to be subdivided, such lots or parcels previously transferred should also be numbered in sequence with all new lots created in the proposed subdivision.
(4) Other information.
The City Development Engineer or Planning Commission may require such additional information as deemed necessary.
(c) Vicinity Map. The map shall show the relationship of the proposed subdivision to existing community facilities which serve or influence it. The vicinity map may be on the same sheet as the preliminary plan drawing. The vicinity map at a scale of 1" = 400' shall show:
(1) Subdivision name; township, tract and original lot or section number; north arrow and the Ohio State Plane coordinate grid.
(2) Existing and proposed main traffic arteries.
(3) Shopping facilities.
(5) Parks and playgrounds.
(6) Any other significant community features.
(Ord. 1998-17. Passed 2/18/98)