1185.05  FINAL PLAT.
   The subdivider shall furnish the following:
   (a)   Application for Final Plat Approval (See Appendix E.)
      (b)   Final Plat Drawing (See Appendix F.)
      (1)   The final plat shall be approved by a registered professional engineer and drawn in ink on tracing cloth or mylar (sheet size twenty four inches by thirty inches within the border), shall be at a scale of not more than 100 feet to one inch. Where necessary, the plat may be on several sheets accompanied by an index showing the entire subdivision.
(Ord. 1971-130. Passed 11-17-71.)
      (2)   The final plat shall show the following:
         A.   Identification.
            1.   Name of subdivision (must not duplicate others in the County), township, tract and original lot or section number.
            2.   Vicinity map at 1" = 1,000' scale with north arrow.
         B.   Control points: all dimensions, angles and bearings are to be referred to control points, nearest established street line, section lines or other established point.
         C.   Lines and boundaries: center lines and right of way lines of streets, easements and other rights of way, natural and artificial watercourses, streams, shorelines, corporation lines and property lines of all lots and parcels with distances, radii, arcs, chords and tangents of all curves (nearest one hundredth of a foot), bearings or deflection angles (nearest second).
         D.   Street: name (must not duplicate another in the Kent postal delivery area) and right of way width of each street within proposed subdivision and those adjoining.
         E.   Building setback lines accurately shown with dimensions.
         F.   Lot and block identification: lots shall be numbered in consecutive order and when the subdivision is submitted in sections or phases, lots shall be numbered consecutively as each section or phase is submitted. In cases where lots or parcels have previously been transferred, such lots or parcels previously transferred should also be numbered in sequence with all new lots created in the proposed subdivision.
         G.   Total site data: including acreage, number of residential lots, typical lot size and acres in parks and other public uses.
         H.   Land for public use: show boundaries and identify the use of all parcels which are to be dedicated or reserved for public use or easements.
         I.   Monuments: locations and description of those found, set or to be set.
         J.   Names of recorded owners of adjoining unplatted land and reference to subdivision plats of adjoining platted land by name, volume and page of Recorder's maps.
         K.   Certification and seal by a registered surveyor to the effect that the plat represents a survey made by him which balances and closes, and that the monuments shown thereon exist or shall be set as shown, and that all dimensional and geodetic details are correct.
         L.   Notarized certification by the owner or owners of the subdivision and the offer of the dedication of streets and other public areas and that there are no unpaid taxes or special assessments against the land contained in the plat.
         M.   Notation for:
            1.   Certification of City Development Engineer that required improvements have been satisfactorily installed or adequate financial guarantees have been provided.
            2.   Approval of plat by chairman and secretary of the Planning Commission.
            3.   Acceptance of offers of dedication by Council.
            4.   Proper notations for transfer and recording by the County Auditor and the County Recorder.
         N.   Protective covenants.
         O.   Marital status, of land owner must be shown, and if married, spouse must also sign plat and release dower or curtesy interest in public places.
         P.   Release by the mortgage holder, if any, of all interest in all property dedicated to a public use. This may be a separate document.
         Q.   If the subdivision is outside of the City but within the three mile limit, the grading, profiles, surfacing, drainage, signs, monuments, trees and any other similar requirements must be acceptable to the Portage County Highway Department and the Portage County Commissioners. All roads, grading and drainage must be acceptable to the township trustees.
(Ord. 1998-17. Passed 2-18-98)