(A)   Boundary line survey, including measured distances and angles, which shall close by latitude and departure with an error of closure not exceeding one foot in 7,500 feet;
   (B)    Total acreage in the preliminary plat computed to one-tenth of an acre;
   (C)   Location and names of existing or platted streets or other public ways, parks and other public open spaces, permanent buildings and structures, easements and section and corporate lines within the tract and to a distance of 100 feet beyond the tract;
   (D)   If the proposed subdivision is a rearrangement or a replat of any former plat, the lot and block arrangement of the original plat along with its original names shall be indicated by dotted or dashed lines. Also any revised or vacated roadways of the original plat shall be so indicated;
   (E)   Location and size of existing paved streets, railroads, sewer, water mains, gravel pits, culverts or other underground facilities within the tract and to a distance of 100 feet beyond the tract. Also data such as grades, invert elevations and location of catch basins, manholes and hydrants;
   (F)   Boundary lines of adjoining platted or unplatted land within 100 feet of the tract; and
   (G)   Complete topographic map with water courses, marshes, rock outcrops and other significant features all superimposed on at least one print of the preliminary plat.
      (1)   United States Geodetic Survey datum shall be used for all topographic mapping.
      (2)   High water elevation and date thereof if parts of plat are wet or have been wet.
      (3)   In the case of a subdivision where no new street is involved, the required topographic map may be waived it if is deemed unnecessary by the Community Development Officer and the Planning Commission.
(Prior Code, § 4-804)