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SEC. 18.03.  PROCEDURE.
 
   (a)   (Amended by Ord. No. 122,064, Eff. 6/14/62.) No person shall plat or divide land as lots or building sites which are contiguous or adjacent to a private road easement and no person shall be granted a building permit for such a lot or building site unless a Private Street Map has been first filed with and approved by the Director in accordance with the provisions of this article. Every person who shall plat or divide such land, and every person applying for a building permit for such lots or building sites shall file with the Director at least 15 copies of a Private Street Map showing the proposed platting or division of land. Such maps shall be prepared with respect to all engineering data required herein by or under the direction of a licensed surveyor or a registered civil engineer, and shall contain the following information:
 
   1.   A private street map number furnished by the County Surveyor, together with the following statement: “The purpose of this map is to obtain approval of private streets.”
 
   2.   Sufficient legal description of the land to describe the location of the proposed division of lands, together with a location survey of the private street.
 
   3.   Names and addresses of record owners or of other persons dividing the land, and the engineer or surveyor;
 
   4.   The locations, names and existing widths of all adjoining and contiguous public highways, streets and ways and private streets and the proposed name of each private street on the land platted or divided. (Amended by Ord. No. 158,691, Eff. 3/12/84.)
 
   5.   The widths and approximate grades of all existing and proposed public highways, streets and ways and private streets;
 
   6.   The approximate width and location of all existing and proposed easements for drainage, sewer and public utility purposes;
 
   7.   Approximate radii of all curves;
 
   8.   The approximate lot layout and the approximate dimensions of each lot or building site;
 
   9.   The approximate location, width and direction of flow of all water courses;
 
   10.   The proposed method of sewage disposal;
 
   11.   The proposed use of property;
 
   12.   The approximately accurate contours drawn to intervals prescribed by the City Engineer where topography controls or influences the layout or water supply;
 
   13.   The approximate location of all trees that will affect locations of easements;
 
   14.   The date, north point and scale;
 
   15.   The approximate location and outline of each existing building or structure;
 
   16.   The boundary line of the parcel of land divided;
 
   17.   Any of the foregoing data which is impossible or impractical to place upon the Private Street Map shall be submitted in writing with the map.
 
   (b)   The director shall not accept any Private Street Map for filing unless the fees prescribed in this Chapter shall have been paid.  (Amended by Ord. No. 129,575, Eff. 4/4/65.)
 
   (c)   The Director shall not act on any Private Street Map until he receives a report thereon from the City Engineer, the Department of Building and Safety, the Fire Department and the Department of Water and Power. Reports from the Departments shall be submitted to the Director within 30 days of the date of receipt of request for said reports.  (Amended by Ord. No. 127,508, Eff. 6/29/64.)