§ 153.387  INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN OR DEPICTED ON PRELIMINARY AND FINAL PLATS.
   (A)   This section shall apply to minor subdivisions, major subdivisions and PRDs/PUDs.
   (B)   The preliminary and final plats shall depict, contain or be accompanied by the information indicated in the following table. A “Yes” indicates that the information is required; where a “No” appears, the information shall not be required. Preliminary plat information shall only be required for major subdivisions.
Information
Preliminary Plat
Final Plat
Information
Preliminary Plat
Final Plat
Title block containing:
   Subdivision name
Yes
Yes
   Name of subdivider
Yes
Yes
Location (including township, block numbers as shown on the county index map, county and state)
Yes
Yes
Date or dates survey was conducted and plat prepared
Yes
Yes
A bar graph, scale and north arrow
Yes
Yes
Name, address, registration number and seal of the registered land surveyor and/or professional engineer who drew the plat
Yes
Yes
A sketch vicinity map with north arrow showing the relationship between the proposed subdivision and the surrounding area
Yes
Yes
Corporate limits and city extraterritorial jurisdictional lines if on the subdivision tract
Yes
Yes
The boundaries of the tract or portion thereof to be subdivided, distinctly and accurately represented with all bearing and distances shown
Yes
No
The exact boundary lines of the tract to be subdivided, fully dimensioned by lengths and bearings and the location of existing boundary lines of adjoining lands
No
Yes
The names of owners of adjoining properties
Yes
Yes
The names of any adjoining subdivisions of record or proposed and under review
Yes
Yes
Minimum required setback lines
Yes
Yes
The zoning classifications, if any, of the tract to be subdivided and adjoining properties
Yes
Yes
Existing buildings or other structures, watercourses, railroads, bridges, culverts, storm drains, cemetery plots, both on the land to be subdivided and land immediately adjoining
Yes
Yes
Proposed lot lines, lot and block numbers and appropriate dimensions of each lot
Yes
Yes
The lots numbered consecutively throughout the subdivision with exact dimensions and areas given
No
Yes
Marshes, swamps, rock outcrops, ponds or lakes, streams or streambeds and any other natural features affecting the site
Yes
Yes
The exact location of any flood hazard area, floodway and floodway fringe areas from the city or county FEMA maps, if applicable
Yes
Yes
The following data concerning streets:
   Proposed streets
Yes
Yes
   Existing and platted streets on adjoining properties and in the proposed subdivision
Yes
Yes
   Street rights-of-way, locations and dimensions
Yes
Yes
   Pavement widths
Yes
Yes
   Approximate grades
Yes
Yes
   Design engineering data for all corners and curves
Yes
Yes
   Typical road cross-sections
Yes
Yes
   Street names
Yes
Yes
   Type of streets dedication; all streets must be designated either “public” or “private.” Where public streets are involved which will not be dedicated to the city, the subdivider following documents to the North Carolina Department of Transportation District Highway Office (NCDOT) for review:  a complete site layout, including any future expansion anticipated; horizontal alignment indicating general curve data on site layout plan; vertical alignment indicated by percent grade, PI station and vertical curve length on site plan layout (NCDOT may require the plotting of the ground profile and grade line for roads where special conditions or problems exist); typical section indicating the pavement design and width and the slopes, widths and details for either the curb and gutter or the shoulder and ditch proposed; drainage facilities and drainage areas
Yes
Yes
   Subdivision street disclosure statement indicating (i) if streets are public or private and (ii) if private, who will maintain private streets in subdivision and also that all lots will have right of access to any private street in the subdivision
No
Yes
   Where streets are dedicated to the public, but not accepted into the state system before lots are sold, a statement explaining the status of the street in accordance with § 153.26 of these regulations
No
Yes
   If any road is proposed to intersect with a state maintained road, the subdivider shall apply for driveway approval as required by NCDOT’s Manual on Driveway Regulations; evidence that the subdivider has obtained approval
No
Yes
The location and dimensions of all:
   Utilities and other easements
Yes
Yes
   Parks and recreation areas with specific type indicated
Yes
Yes
   School sites (both existing and proposed)
Yes
Yes
   Dedicated water access lots
Yes
Yes
   Areas and/or lots to be used for purposes other than residential with the purpose of each stated
Yes
Yes
   The future ownership (dedication or reservation for public use to governmental body, for owners to duly constituted homeowners’ association or for tenants remaining in subdivider’s ownership) of recreation and open space lands
Yes
Yes
Site calculations including:
   Acreage in total tract to be subdivided and area in each lot
Yes
Yes
   Acreage in parks and recreation areas and other nonresidential uses
Yes
Yes
   Total number of lots created
Yes
Yes
   Linear feet in streets in subdivision
Yes
Yes
   The name and location of any property or buildings within the proposed subdivision or within any contiguous property that is located on the U.S. Department of Interior’s National Register of Historic Places
Yes
Yes
   Sufficient engineering data to determine readily and reproduce on the ground every straight or curved line, street line, lot line, right-of-way line, easement line and setback line, including dimensions, bearings or deflection angles, radii, central angles and tangent distance for the centerline of curved property lines that are not the boundary lines of curved streets; all dimensions shall be measured to the nearest one-hundredth of a foot and all angles to the nearest minute.
No
Yes
   The accurate locations and descriptions of all survey monuments, markers and control points
No
Yes
   A copy of the erosion control plan submitted to the North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources for approval, where applicable
Yes
No
   A topographic map with contour intervals of no greater than five feet at a scale of no less than one inch equals 200 feet may be required
Yes
No
   A copy of the Lincoln County Health Department’s Soil Site Evaluation of the subdivision, where applicable
Yes
No
   A copy of the Soils Map for the subdivision obtained from the County Soil and Water Conservation District
Yes
No
   Any additional information required as a result of changes in federal, state or local ordinances
Yes
Yes
In addition to all other information herein required, additional information shall be required for PUDs/PRDs which is set forth in §§ 153.217 of this chapter.
 
(Prior UDO, § 17.17)  Penalty, see § 153.999