A.   The subdivider shall prepare a plat consistent with the standards contained herein and shall pay for the design and inspection of the public improvements required. The City shall process said plats in accordance with the regulations set forth herein.
   B.   Following a determination of a complete subdivision application by the Planning and Zoning Commission, the subdivision application shall be scheduled for consideration by the Planning and Zoning Commission at a regular meeting.
      1.   Notice of the meeting shall be provided as required by the Open and Public Meetings provisions of Utah Code Annotated (1953, as amended) title 52, chapter 4, and within section 10-9a, part 2, Utah Code Annotated (1953, as amended).
      2.   Additional notice shall be provided by U.S. mail to all owners of record of real property adjacent to the subdivision site.
   C.   Proposed subdivisions shall be referred by the Zoning Administrator to such departments and special districts, governmental boards, bureaus, utility companies, and other agencies which will provide public and private facilities and services to the subdivision for their information and comment. The Planning and Zoning Commission is responsible for coordinating the comments received from all public and private entities and shall decide which agencies to refer the proposed subdivisions to.
   D.   The Planning and Zoning Commission shall make comments as to engineering requirements for street widths, grades, alignments and flood control, whether the proposed public improvements are consistent with this title and other applicable ordinances and policies, and for the inspection and approval of all construction of public improvements.
   E.   The Planning and Zoning Commission shall act as an advisory agency to the City Council. It is charged with making investigations, reports and recommendations on proposed subdivisions as to their conformance to the City General Plan, land use ordinance, and other pertinent documents. The Planning and Zoning Commission shall recommend approval, approval with conditions, or denial of the preliminary and final plats to the City Council.
   F.   The Zoning Administrator shall approve the form of the final plat, that the subdivider dedicating land for use of the public is the owner of record, and that the land is free and clear of unacceptable encumbrances according to the title report.
   G.   The City Council has final jurisdiction in the approval of subdivision plats; the establishment of requirements for and design standards of public improvements; and the acceptance of lands and public improvements that may be proposed for dedication. (Ord. 13-01, 4-16-2013)