11.12.040  Tentative map contents.
   Each tentative map shall show and contain the following information:
   (a)   The assigned map number;
   (b)   The date of preparation, north point, and scale;
   (c)   The boundary of the division of land and of the design unit, if not identical to the boundary of the division of land, shown to scale and tied to a known point;
   (d)   A key map, indicating the location of the proposed division of land in relation to the surrounding area;
   (e)   The approximate contours, showing existing topography;
   (f)   The approximate location of all existing and proposed trees standing within the boundaries of proposed rights-of-way;
   (g)   The approximate location of all areas subject to inundation or stormwater overflow and the location, width and direction of flow of each watercourse;
   (h)   The location, width, approximate grade and centerline radius of existing and proposed streets, alleys, highways, ways, and easements which are within or adjacent to the proposed design unit;
   (i)   The existing street improvements, including drainage structures;
   (j)   Actual names for existing streets or highways and an identifying name for each proposed street or highway;
   (k)   A label or identifying note for existing or proposed easements other than street and highways; the widths and approximate locations of all existing and proposed easements, whether public or private, including but not limited to those for roads, drainage, sewage disposal, fire- fighting access, and public utility purposes. This includes the location, owner, purpose and recording reference for all existing easements. If an easement is blanket or indeterminate in nature, a statement to that effect must be shown on the tentative map in lieu of its location. The subdivider or his agent shall certify by an affidavit or by a declaration made under penalty of perjury pursuant to Section 2015.5 of the Code of Civil Procedure that all existing easements of record are shown on the tentative map.
   (l)   The approximate layout of lots, including approximate dimensions and lot numbers, and where pads are proposed for building sites, the approximate finish grade and proposed slopes;
   (m) The approximate location of existing structures, shown to scale, within or immediately adjacent to the design unit. Show house numbers, and label each structure with the proposed disposition;
   (n)   The general location of all proposed buildings and structures which are to be divided into units of air space and the means of access thereto, where the design unit consists of a condominium or community apartment project;
   (o)   If necessary, a generalized plan of proposed development adjacent to the design unit showing the compatibility of the design unit with existing and future development in the neighborhood;
   (p)   The name and address of the subdivider;
   (q)   The name, address and license or registration number of the person who prepared the tentative map or who directed the preparation of the tentative map;
   (r)   Sufficient legal description of the land as to define the boundaries of the proposed division of land;
   (s)   Proposed public areas, if any;
   (t)   The distance from each existing structure to the proposed lot lines;
   (u)   The distance from existing sewage disposal components, including house laterals, to the proposed lot lines.
(Ord. 537 § 2 (part), 1985)