(A)   Minimum standards. A plan for a new subdivision submitted for approval shall meet minimum requirements as established in this section.
   (B)   Other required information. A proposal to subdivide or split a property shall be submitted in accordance with the requirements of §§ 171.125 through 171.128 on forms provided by the Lake County Health Department, and shall include the following information unless otherwise determined by the Health Officer:
      (1)   Other information. Reports from engineers, wetland consultants, or other professionals, as required by the Health Officer to establish stormwater drainage, wetland delineations, surface water elevations, floodplain or other information necessary for the evaluation of the proposal.
      (2)   Plat of survey. An accurate Plat of Survey of the property prepared by a licensed surveyor.
   (C)   Licensed professional engineer. The plan shall be prepared by an Illinois Licensed Professional Engineer, except as authorized by the Health Officer.
   (D)   Topographical survey. The plan shall be drawn on a topographical survey as defined in § 171.021.
   (E)   Scale. The plan shall be drawn to a scale of 1" = 100' or less.
   (F)   Soil evaluation points. The plan shall locate all soil evaluation points.
   (G)   Site features. The plan shall identify and detail site features as follows:
      (1)   Water wells/onsite wastewater treatment systems. All existing water wells and/or onsite wastewater treatment systems.
      (2)   Waters and drainage. All existing surface water resources, wetlands, agricultural and other subsurface drain tiles, flood plains and floodways.
      (3)   Stormwater systems. All proposed stormwater systems including runoff channels, storm sewers, detention or retention areas and drain tiles.
      (4)   Roadways. Proposed roadways and other areas where existing soils will be disturbed.
      (5)   Restricted areas. All deed restricted, easement, and conservancy areas.
   (H)   Lot specifications. The plan shall identify each proposed lot and shall demonstrate the capacity of each lot to meet the requirements of this chapter.
   (I)   Soil maps and soil boring logs. Soil maps and soil boring logs must accompany the plan submittal.
(Ord. [Bd of Health Ord., Art. V], passed 11-12-1996; Ord. [Bd of Health Ord., Art. V], passed 11-12-2013; Ord. 17-0605, passed 6-13-2017)