The Board of Trustees and Plan and Zoning Commission shall take into account flood hazards, to the extent that they are known, in all official actions related to land management, use and development.
   (A)   New subdivisions, manufactured home parks, annexation agreements, planned unit developments, and additions to manufactured home parks and subdivisions shall meet the damage prevention and building protection standards of §§ 151.25 and 151.26.
   (B)   Any proposals for such development shall include the following data:
      (1)   The base flood elevation and the boundary of the floodplain. Where the base flood elevation is not available from an existing study, the applicant shall be responsible for calculating the base flood elevation and submitting those analyses to the Village Engineer for review and approval as best available regulatory data;
      (2)   The boundary of the floodway when applicable;
      (3)   A signed statement by a licensed professional engineer that the proposed plat or plan accounts for changes in the drainage of surface waters in accordance with the Plat Act (ILCS Ch. 765, Act 205, § 2); and
      (4)   Streets, blocks lots, parks and other public grounds shall be located and laid out in such a manner as to preserve and utilize natural streams and channels. Wherever possible the floodplains shall be included within parks, common areas or other public grounds.
(Ord. 13-09-1, passed 9-10-2013)