(A)   Title page.  The subdivider shall provide a title page showing the following:
      (1)   Subdivision name;
      (2)   Location of the subdivision in reference to county roads;
      (3)   Physical features such as wooded areas, swamps, wetlands, and marshes;
      (4)   Future access plans of the entire property which is being subdivided;
      (5)   Existing elementary and high schools, parks, and playgrounds serving the area proposed to be subdivided, and other community facilities;
      (6)   Title, scale, north point, and date;
      (7)   Location of any existing recorded subdivision plats within one mile of the proposed subdivision;
      (8)   Names and lengths of proposed roads;
      (9)   Name and address of subdivider; and
      (10)   Name and stamp of registered land surveyor.
   (B)   Plan and profile.  A detailed plan and profile of all proposed roads and drainage improvements showing the layout and gradients shall be filed along with the primary plat, on standard plan and profile sheets, with a plan scale of 50 feet to one inch and a profile scale of five feet to one inch, or on computer generated sheets to match these scales.  Plan sheets shall include:
      (1)   North arrow;
      (2)   Curve data for all curves (horizontal and vertical);
      (3)   Lot lines and numbers;
      (4)   Street names;
      (5)   Easement dimensions and locations;
      (6)   Right-of-way lines;
      (7)   Monument locations;
      (8)   Scale;
      (9)   Sign type and location; and
      (10)   All water supply, storm, and sewage piping.
   (C)   Water supply and sewage disposal report.  The subdivider shall provide a water supply and sewage disposal report showing the following information:
      (1)   Distance and location of existing public sewer and water mains if these facilities exist within a five mile radius of the proposed subdivision;
      (2)   Soil Conservation Service soil information with soil boundaries, soil identification codes, and soil names, clearly marked on the primary plat;
      (3)   Types of water supply to be used, public or private systems; and
      (4)   Types of sewage disposal systems to be used, public or private systems.
   (D)   Watershed map.  The subdivider shall provide a watershed map showing the following information:
      (1)   Location of the subdivision within the watershed;
      (2)   Intermediate streams, drainage courses, and reaches within the total watershed;
      (3)   Delineation of the watershed flowing into the proposed subdivision and the number of acres within the watershed;
      (4)   Delineation of the watershed flowing out of the proposed subdivision and the number of acres within the watershed;
      (5)   Floodplains and floodways as shown on maps published by the Federal Insurance Administration;
      (6)   Using §§ 153.001 through 153.064, show design calculations for piping and basins in accordance with Chapter 52 of this code; and
      (7)   (a)   If the subdivision falls within a designated flood hazard area, the staff shall forward the proposal to the Department of Natural Resources for review and comment. 
         (b)   The staff shall review the proposal to assure that it is consistent with the need to minimize flood hazards; that all public utilities and facilities are located, elevated, and constructed so as to minimize or alleviate flood damage; and that adequate drainage is provided so as to reduce hazards.
(`88 Code, § 8-87)  (Ord. 98-20, passed 11-10-98)